The Daily Eagle, March 21, 1905

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The Daily Eagle, March 21, 1905

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Grand Traverse County (Mich.)
Traverse City (Mich.)

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Sutherland, G. H. D. (1874-1931)

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1905-03-21

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Mo builnen can uicMed withI euttemen, and 0>« way to
l cuitomers la te advertiaa fbr

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VOU XI.

EAGLE.

THE
TRAVEE3E CITY,

XO. 3700.

SUPT. GILBERT
TO STAY HERE
• ENGAGING HIM AT INCREASED
SALARY.-'
CONTRACT WILL 8E SIGNED FOR
TWO^YEARS.
Schools Have Proapered Under Hit
Superviaion.

Ladies’.J Desks!
In all styles and finishes,
especially adapted for s|u- i|
dents’ 11^,

:On SnmU Payments

aii
Combuiatton Cases
Make a beautiful piece ofhousefarnisliing:. We have them at
all prices. You cannot fail to
just what you want here.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.

J. W. Slater

LET U8
Figure fVlth You
On all kinds of interior
work. Our prices on buiiding materials are right.

The board
I
of educaOOD met last
nlfbt in special sessiem, at':15 o'clocic.
listen to and act upca, a repotf
from the teachers' committee. Tiie
o9iDml<te« reported as follove:
Your teachers' committee beg lo re­
port that they have had under consWeratloo the matter of 'securing the
conUnued services of Prof. 1. B. Gil­
bert as superintendent of
school.' After the 'most careful conslderatlos «e submit the foliotrlng jvsluUon:^
Resolved, That Prof. I.'B. Gilbert':
Trices as satterintendeot of
Schools be secured for the heal two
ears at the following named salary,
tamely: for the next year, suoceediug
be fl.900, and ter
the Becond year after
the present year’) bis salap■ .000 for the year.
That the mayor ai^ cVrh be aulborIxed to eater Ihto a cootract with Prol.
I. B. Gilbert upon this basis, and that
said contract be completed and fli-rd
with the city clerk as Boon as poaslb’r.
HERBERT MONTAGrE.
■ O. C. MOFFAtT,
H. B. GARNER,
• OommlttK.
. laie resolution was passed wlthoot
a dissentJng Tote.
. •
Professor Gilbert today express^
himself to The Dally Eagle as being
weii satisfied with the action of the
board and the contract will be made
cut and slgned.TSy' the parties
a.s soon as possible.

"Now, me good man." aald the pom­
pous dtranger who bad signed 'Tlscount Hardcaitle, London," on the reg­
ister, “what are yoar terms hwof
“Cash In adraBee.” replied die
shrewd hotel clerk proB9tly.-.rd)es

Pin Their Faith
to the Schaeffer.

Schaeffer Pianos are lor Sale
4n Traverse City by

Grinnell Bros
ftBcUgah’s MJMMng Music BdWsA.
m front ST.

LADY BOWU

CONTEST.

teams' from u
<CUUB

The
usi last
lainlDg
soneNdim*
one’
lister captaining t
• a victory

ioiAin

> bad a
t SpeocM- cap««j
I Jennie HoiMber. The reMiss Spencer's
The

.^..08 276 391

G. A. R. MBTtNG
e at Pa^k F

Florence S. Babbit!, of YpsllanU, •de­
partment president;; and Mrs. Vina E
Redfield. depanmeat secretary of the
W. H. C.. M whlck hrrangeinentfl ^■
the

DAILY EAGLE WANT ADS PJ^Y I

Shoes for Women,
Good Time Today
d Spring Furnishings.
DEBBY BAV$-We Bhow Guyer
nets in black and brown—all
dimensions—equal to many
higher priced Bt.ts,-onIy SB.
SOFT BATS-Best

$2.00
We are Khdwiog a large as
meat of this, grade of i
Afl styles.

$2.59

»oe» tor Woi

These shoes have all the appeargrades! Th«
______
service.
CaU and see them.

HOWLAND DOUGLASS
—new
—good

SHERMAN &
HUNTER

OPP'. WHITING HOTEL
i Wednesday evening instead
Tuesday.

The suit that FMs the
Most PrescriptloiB.

Hot

Water
Bottle
Jc, others' i

IT’ ?1.25

White Toilet Sets,
firstrclass goods, fine
■shapes, with beautiful
embossed word, only
$1.25 per set.
Combinets, 85c and 5De
each.
Milk Crocks, Butter
■lai-s, etc.
New

Doiiiesi

.Guaranty for
two years
and it <-osfe you cnly
90 cent9

It’s the BED CROSS

Center

Banner Patterns; best
on earth, sold only at the
Economy ^re.
'

variable

wtnda

QITY EDITION,
ADRIAN DOLE WITMDRAWB.
Adrian Oole. whose name has
been menUoned as a candidate few
. the Bepubtlcan Ucket
lo the ^Ird ward, has withdrawn •
from Ms conteau He wishes to *
Atnperely'Uluk bis friends-who
\ua<c
Willingness k
■''kuppocl him, and urges them 1

GROWING IN •
INTEREST

SDME SENTIMENT IN REGARD TO
Llnevltch Finds His'Hands Full

.1. E. Curtts, So«b Union street • ’07tf

“Best In Uie West” Is Uie Snperlattve Used by
Ibe JenUns Honse ol Kansas City.
The .1. W. .Tonkins' S.-iis, Music Cn. of
Kansas City. Mo., is known as one 01 the
largest, most enterprising and rfithal most
conservative music, houses in this eountrv.
When
Miicii they
i-ucj lu
in rtu
an uuvc'riisement
advertisement saj that the'
the
“N<hw
■ i».
_ . .in the
“New F.ra
Era SolrtolTor
Schaeffer T>i-».s.s
Piano :..
ib .1
the
'best
west’ ” it means something, for they, empha­
Itm^ninsi
m..«k for the
size tlieir statement. It
means much,
J. W. Jenkins’ Sons Music Co. would not
make a statement of tliis kind unless thef
lyeUeved what they^said arid were able to back
it
lb up. They jjut.
put iL
it 111
in uiis
this lorm;
form; ‘‘Of
‘.‘Of all the
pianos made in Chicago arid the West, noth­
ing compares with the New Era. qiiCfi Schaef­
fer.” The three lines which theStenkins
hoifle emphasizes are:
j
. . “Best in the West”
.“The New Era Schaeffer.”
“The great Chicago piano.”
-Fnyn Presto, March 16,1905.

SOLD CHAMPAGNE AND DESTROY­
ED PROPERTY.

jer who has not
era] montha
washing and li
bold duties.

The highest market price paid for

MAPLE LOGS WANTED.

Corner Tenth Street and Lake Avenue,
W. L; BROWN, Mjfr.

RUSS RETREAT
FROM MUKDEN

iSpeclal to
Vermonivllle,
Ssrab Kark
years Old tomoi
arranged
Mrs. Austin

He'd Mure the Circle.
meeUng.place tor the l^es of the
“I understand that yon aje a geo­ corps.were the" priocipU considera­
metrician. Caa yon aqnare the cir- tions of .the meeUng this Bwrning an-J
cler
I result it has been announced that
"Te», If I had a couple of tbousand
headquarters for the W. R. C. will
dollara I could square my elide «t
at the Park Hace, wbUe Uie meet­
creditors."—Dallas Newa
ings will be held in Uie Bapllet cburclL

Custom Sawing and Planing.
^av dust for Dale.

Traverse City Mfg. Co.

-N. TUESDAY, MAKCH 21. 1905.

Wodneetfay;

219
Amerkah Drag Co.
ttKie-«*««%..

54 BODIES
RECOVERED

Kaoprantze. March
slans have left Mukden with five col­
or infSBCry In the center of
which were tfae.,«omnilssarlale with.
artUlery flankiog the body and cavalry
.eiitic w screens.
On the Iwt day at Tie Pass, the cossacks looted the booths of traders and
sold champagae at a roohle a botUe.
ney smashed everrUilhg salable.
Japanese spy who was caught, upon
resisting, was shot.
Llnevitch Establishes
lSp«^ to Tbs DaOr Bsgle.1
,Si. Peteraboig. Uandi 21.—Oeoeral
LinerUeb's beadquariers for the pr^
ent are established at Cl
situated at the crossing of the SmgsH
river -whence be is dIrecUng the
treat of three armies and disposing -yt
fresh troops from the faitth corps Juvt
arriving from European Russia.
The protection of the bridge Is rvltal ,polni_to Uie salvation ,of Uie
army as the river carioot be forded
below Kiris and once the line of the
river is passed and Uie bridge blown
up there Is little dagger .of being
overtaken by tbe
Petersburg, March 20.—A dis­
patch from Guiisbu Pass, dated todaysays that since this morning artiUeiy
.fire has been gtring about seven ihiles
south of ne Pass.
St. Petersburg. March 20.—Coaplcta
details of the losses at the batUe of
Mukden are hot yet available a
war olBee. but the reports thus far
received indicate that 120.000
were killed, wounded or made prisand that shout 80 field guns
were captured. Almost every siege
gun, it is aOrmed, was removed.
Petersburg, March 20.—Paul
Lessar, the Russian minister to Chlaa.
bss transmitted to the foreign office
Uie moet solemn aaaoimnces from
Tc^rdlng lU

Argoments Are Being Uaqd tor Cam-paign Purposes.

a and nominees
for aldermen in the different wards a.'o
aa^the time for the
municipal election draws near.
While tbe present sdmlnlsti^n
has t^ sn unusually clean oae. yet
there seems to be a sentiment in favti
of a new man' taUng Uie chair at the
head of the city goyernmenu The re­
cent liquor cases Imve act tended tu
brighten Mr. Fulghum's.chsnces but
that dSclal probably hid nothing tu
do with them.
The cases referred to, arose o« of
Mass. MarcS 21.—Fifty-four the alleged change'of proprietonbiu
bodies have now been taken from ihp in three ul the saloons without s
ruins of tbe Broctno shoe factor}-.
ing new licenses'. As these Bnppos;.-il
Mayor Keith has issued a procls- changes loi* place some months ago,
ation requesting all ol the clergymen
matter should have been taken iij>
in tbe city to meet tbts af^rnoon
n. as how it appears to
done imthe City hall and arrange for the elecitoheering purposes.
Those informed. ' have occasion . >
funerals of the victims which It ‘s
smlTe when the good brethren tr i
thought will be held Thursday.
Referring to the cause of the expl'*- them that tbe city has been run .-o.
sioc, Joshes F.-Gibbs, assistant eu- UghriUis'pfaL:yecp.aad that a movf.
gineer at the k oc
r ton sewage stailou,
is ba foot^'-iave a wide op-^:i
who was with the engineer
next year, for it is pretty weU
!-»io«l that Uie several "clubs ' .n
Grover shoe factory j^terdsy a sho t
make it possible for these places
time before teh explosion says that
wheu he left, tbe steam was below the to sia
nay open twenty-four hours in iho
ai seven dsys In the week. The
safely limit and.tBat there was plenty day and
of water in the glass. He however Merchants' and Manufseturers’ club
said the l)Diler 'wa8
it is said has gone out of liuslaese—
Chief Shaw, of the sUte police has until after election.
........................
■■
to asceruin
The "Dont-ten-a” club is stHl flour,
iebing.
,
tbe cause of the Brhpktoh accident
"If criminal negligence Is shown I
Alderman X. E. Bingham,’
the
shall take immediate steps." said tbs Second ward has the advantage of hav­
•hlef last night
ing been into the game early, u he
The boiler was insured by the Hart announced himself Iwg before Hay-Tr
furd Steam Boiler Inspecting and In­ Ftiighum bad made up his mVod to run.
The latest candidate Is Mr. W. D.
surance Co. of this city In the '
0.0*0.
P. H
Germaine, who has developed consid­
er, Btat two> of
o his inspectors to tbe erable strength in a short time, and he
Immediately upon receipt of has a businesB bustle about hlm.thJt
ewe of the catastroiffie.
will keep the other candidates worrivil
Mayor Edward H.
and may secure him the s
d the aeatcfc,|Rd Medhml «Tth the nmnsel of wch men ss
gtamlBer A. a PiSm rie^ each
keep fl p reins of city government well
The eaac of Fuller va Kildec is still body as it was taken out.
Treasurer t. O. Emersho of the In band:: iit is a cinch that be handles '
occupring the attention of the cireiilt
Grover company estimated theToas oh
court
bis-TtusinesK in good
While a locomotive was 'being put Ibe factory at 82M.OOO and the aggre­ shape.
Of course tunlghl will ilecide the
into the *rooodhou8e at Boardman gate of loss on other burned structure
Junction yesterday, it took the wrong was. placed at 150.DM, The Grover Republican nomination, hut the Denifactory, machinery and stock were
orraiE are yet to be heard from. Their
track leading from the turntable
sured for 1200,000.
caucus will be held the 22rd and the .
smashed into an oil shed.
convention, the 25tb.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bamum returned
While be has not solicited the ho’ithis noon from a four weeks' visit :tt
-. ex^derman Joseph Sleder Is a .
Abblngttn, Va., with their daughter,
ADOITIDNAL LOCALS.
candidate for mayor and If he ahdiiM
Miss Blanche Barntim, who Is engaged
develop the strength that he did on
In leaching muelc at that place.
occasions that he ran for
Ttie report of the Traverse City
Debois went to Fi veil today.« alderman on the Citizens' ticket lu'
Stale bank as called for by the comthe Second ward, he would carr.v acv-,
of the banking department. a .buslnesa trip.
Mrs,- O. W. Rice hat gone
eral of the wards at lehst.
appears in snother column. The foot­
r a short visit.
Tbe fun. however. Is not all at th-ings sre 11,655,319.92, 'probably the
Harvey Decker went to Summit City head of the ticket. The office of al­
largest ebpowing of any tnsUttiUon ‘
derman in the five wards is also to
this portion of tbe State of Michigan. Ibis morning cn business.
Wallle Campbell returned to Man- be filled and there seem.s to be plenty
ton today, after spending a day in of candidates for ibe place. In the
the city.
Hrai. M. Winnie wishes to succeed
Mlaa Carrie York of Klngalay, who himself: Tn the Second James M. OilofHrenf tbs! I'ncle Ssm has," emi6de.l
one of the si-rwaiii« aitariied to-tbe re- has been the gueet of friends in the leu has decided to run again becau-ic
he expdets Aid. A. E. Bingham to lie
cruitiiic liead-iuarirte. "Back of near­ city, returned home today.
Dr. and Mra. E. B. Miner returned
ly every euUstou-nt there is a woman
layer and in chat case iheio
to the cure. J.overs' .luarvelt chase a today from attending the funeral ^f would necessarily be two new men an
lot of bill' IikIs iHto Ibe service. Your tbe doctor’s father at Saline.
the council from bis ward. A. W.
Robert Agoaa of Nerthpert, the In­ IGckcrd was also mentioned for th”
dian tailor, went lo Charlevoix today, place bui Mr. Riekerd is too busy to
with Ills sweetheftri ax naturally as a He was accompanied by Mrs.' Agosa.
take a part in city 'F->rk at this time.
duck tithe..! u> Witter. It tteems to him
Albert Fate.-who has been an attend- 0. M. Morse has also done some elec­
tbe nitwl niliiiB wa.v lu whlrh to aacrltfae asylum for some time, left tioneering for the place.
fli-e bimaeir tt lieii love's .young dream
morning
for
bis
home
at
Remus.
There is no deanlr of material iu
Is a]i|inn-ntl.v tHs|S'llert. Way down in
Ed. Hankinaon of Chicago, who has the Third ward—It has been renamed
bis hean be nursed the idea of making
bis ersiwhlii- ioaiuoratn sad. and it's been visiting friends' In the city the by tfeose down town as "the fighting
the army or navy, wilb tbe poeslblUty
»sl 10 days, has returned to Chicago. Third. " Alderman L. K. Gibbs, an-1
of death In Imltle. for him. .Vgntn.
The Rathbene Slaters will give a Wm. Abbott are mentioned.'aid there '
party tomorrow evening to which all may be otfaera. rin the Founh. J8«.
b) the ileslra.of young fellowa to siion' K P.'s and their ladies are Invlt'el.
.Murchie and W. F. Harsha have been
a’ uniform before fbelr girls. In such No charges.
hieDUoned. and fti the Fifth war-1.
cases Cupid does bis recruiting through
Mrs. JaA S^et of Lake Ann, <i^e Cbas. BrerelL will be nominated to
raifity. Bnt in both ways be nunages
to fill op big gaps in the ranke of Un­ has been the guest of her mother. succeed O, G. Millar. Democrat, oi
cle Bain's figbtera"—Philadelphia Bee- Mrs Jas. Ayers, of West Tenth street the board.
returned home this morning.
TodA}- Howard MuMelmgnY name
Mrw. O. E. Stoidstedt of Uke Ano.
as a psBslble candidati'.
Xeedeel Xo latreedaellM.
"II i„„. ..Ni. iiui.-1. til""' • "III; who hAs been visklng Mrs. Cbas. to the Plrat ward.
Of Uif rumlly liisiory «f your clIenlH. r Tompkins a! Lake avenue, a short
aahl a boslnewt n-oioao the other day.
me. has twilirned to her home. .
NEWS FROM CEDAR
■It woukl have witted me from making
Mra. C. M. Hoppins of
a blunder it 1 Ji:i<l known the r^stious who has been risiliog her broiber. U
that foruieri.v existed between two M. Lancaster, and other relatives In A. 6LOM&HINE. OF THE CEDAR
menwlio
wliomet
metlulumy
myoO<-e,
oO.-e, Their traal- the city, has returned to Hancekma
___
HOTEU VERY SICK.
ness was praelieally of the aame na­
Mra. Oliver Houghton and HUM
ture. and ns i was oMIgrt to leave
them together for a few mlnntee while grandson. Callle Honghtoo, who has
I
lo
1 been rlsl^tlng her a short lime, weul
thonghi it would In- more agreeable I .Kingsley this momlog for a riaii.
Cedar. March 20.—A. Biomablnc.
The Rev. Thoa. E. Bannett and wife,
If 1 introduee,l them. They raaponde,!
father eilffly. but I P>it that di
of Suttons Bay. pasaed through the proprietor of the Cedar hotel, is vary
temperajneiit nnd went Into my inner city today on their way to the Cast- sick with but a slight chance for his
office When I rettiroed a quarter of dian Soo. for a visit cf a few dgys' recovery.
an hour Uter tbe younger man di»- duration.
Hiss Cora Van "WTe ia ■fery low.
patdted his ImKliiens as quit^y ae poaTbe following cudidstte were nom­
Mrs. W. J. Sargent and am, Herbert
sible and got out. The other raid:
•• ‘1 waa not aware that yon were nc- OlmsteatL formerly, of Washington, inated toqay;
state),
are
wtsiting
retaUves
at
Be«Supervisor. John Wjblte. .
qaainted with in,' ,ex-brotb«-iif-taw.‘
Clerk. J. A Penntogttm.
•••Brotiier-ln-ittiri' I asked ettpldly. don and will reside Jn thU city In the
Treasurer. ^Tiner Blllmu.
“ “Yes'. My slater got a divorce from future.
Hi^way commissioner. Dan NMan.
him last summer.’ "-Brooklyn Eagle.
Eighty couplet enjoyed the darice
Justice of the peace: full term, Cbas.
given last night at the City opera
l'B4erslM4 Hla BaalMaa,
bouse by tbe South Bide orchestra and Hannaferd.
Fashionable Tailor—Go front at Obce. tbe affair was one of the pl<
Justice, 10 fill vavancy, L. Rmlve^
Two young clerks Ibere after anlti. the series of daoeeS whjhh have teen
---------------.... .rmwaltliigoii
Member of board of review. J. Sulllgiven. The •'Arabola" twoatep, a new
a nilllHmeira.
was the hit of the
to the clerks. Tneae ------------ ----------clothes once m
In n»e
flva aw«.
mrt.
buy new CJOinea
A Clerk U good for a fiaah nit #r«7
tbm months."-yew Toft iTa^.
DAILY-EAOLE YfANf AD8 FAY I

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E»OL. PRE.., PUiULHER^

C|XY

Strikes Hidden Rockfc
When your ship of henitli strikes
le hit den rocks of ----------

W. D. C. QERMAINB

Qp g^pp^LO

MAYOR

\V0ULD

^elp
i/iacu>o>y tor Cwitnimptlon.

--J. W-

Rain Coats

the care of two

A Hain Coat i.s 1h;1.-.cronage
.dv.
WUliam D. C. Germaine, the eeni
cove^ Tbe
first
dose gave .relief,
ter than I’lieumatisnY
-■ ieml>er of the Srm of Germaine trivia;, wiu Mr. Gennftiuv took the
botUe
cured■ me."
and
costs much less,.
mchlt
STREET CAR'~-INES HAVE SUS­ Bros., liverymen, whfttarn in this city managemeA'flf this P»pe' •’*'
uviun. won.o..-*.- — — —. “• ----- “
PENDED BUSINESS
October 17. 18^; hla enUre life has JHUs to
upo»
Pneumonia
fcomes
pluck. A ^ few i«sues. under his bee The Hannah Drug Store, B. E.
been spent In Traverse City,
Miller's drug store, price SOc a^d 81-00.
cheap but goe^ higli.
Mr. Germaine attended the local poi>- managemrat served t< £how' that he “rial bottles lOe,.
imw
Hr school,, finished the course In the was to the ntthor born,
A genuine; GrayoDAILY EAGLE WANT ADS PA
Jtlgh achool and then took the regu^r
lu ihree'^ Hie hew editor
nette Rain Coat on the
ceeded in bnllding ui> « publication of
o«« 0,« •V-i'W.a., «..1M Bl0 Steel Bridge it Swept From I course. 81 Swenaburg'B “
rnllcge at Grand Rapids. • On bis
liack is wbrtlj two un/
HOh^R
■which the ffitr and counly was justly
m school he secured employbrellas iih the hand.
proud.
Buffalo, l/arch 21.-A floodjtf water
I bookkeeper In the lumber
The splehflid success he bad made
and Ice has come down trim the'Catme Dally Ea«le will be found on uraupUB hills Into Lake Erie and the
The cravenetting
or the
of
ihe ]«peg
wpst led some peop'®
oau at the followiss places; E. J- Hana Niagara river, Buffalo river, and Car.-Heve that ^.publication of a newrrt-ofpss don'tmake the
ft Son, 901
WashlD^OD street; noria creek are miles over their hanU.:
f»imr was ateond only to operating a
MUST BE RAISED DURING
fabric air, tight—nor
' Joseph Umloi:. 910 East Blebth
The whole of South BoBalo and a
gold mine
THE NEXT FOUR fiVEEKS
yet deluge-proof; doe.s
street; C.
McEvoy.
803
West great part of North Bnffalo are from
In alioui three years, Mr. Germaine
Front street: Mrs. A. R. Fuller, 818
makb it non-absorbent
to five feet under water. The flood
left ihi editorial chatr. sold his
North mtawood arenue; Monroe Can'
be worst the city has ever exper­
of moisture and odor­
IK-r at a fancy pric.r,a“^ embarked In
dy Ca. Union streeL For the con­ ienced. The properly loss will- be
less — all without
his preaeni Tocaiiop'of liveryman in
venience or our patr«>i, want adTe^ enormous. . The homes of 75.000 per>.
AT ALMOST HALF PRICE
tlsemenu luy be lefit at any c< the pie are surrounded by water.
,^'is brothers and
clianging its appear•bore places.
‘two street car
' buBlnffli-h^ has
ha shown slmllaaitfc. .
busii^Bs. One-third of the city proper
abHiiies
aa'ft-i^oney maker.
lilies aa'a-ihoney
COMINO EVE«T».
An Ideal Itein Coat
Is cut off from oommunicaUon except
lAke HMe.-Olo, July 27. 1895. Mr
Maroh 28—Bohl. Sherman’s story of by bt^L The great ^kawanna steel
Germaine was uniiod In marriage to
and SpriRg ’Oveixtoal
Arkansas life. "My FWend from AHcan- plant is Isolated by uraial means of
Ola Hun^ daughter of H. S. Hull
eomiiipod.
ras ”—Steinberg's Grand opera house. travel.
aOyeftreaac^Anerlean
of ^his Cliy. ' She was educated at
Buffalo was slumbering when.llie
'^uBcon, Ohio, and-ber.musjcal edu­
PROF. I. B. GILBERT. '
flood-gates burst. Huge Ice cakes
cation which Is most proficient was
The board of educailpn did well last
were thrown into tbe streets. Tht<ureceived at tbe Boslou Conservatory
night Jn Instructing the mayor and
We moat raise this aniount
eands of Buffalonlans are Imprisonefl
of Music. She has few equals
clerk to enter Into contract-with Prof.
of moaeF to sstlsly dalms
their htanes.
I 1. B. Gilbert for bU services for the
ol our ereGlIors. No reft^
tnuRiclan iu this state.
Future.
: coming two years as superintendent, of
soMblc oiler rctvsetf.
Politically Mr. Germaine is a Repub­
With the-heavy rain and the strong
the city schools, at increased ^ary.
lican
and
every
campaign
he
takes
. -eeze from the lake it is feared that
WM. O. C. GERMAINE
• li is doubUul whether a better man,
off liis coat and gets into the game
condlUons will In no way be amelloratWho has Announeetl his Candidacy
or one more qualified to fill the posifor some of his friends.
Cafenovia creek passes throug.i
for Mayoralty Honors.
•lion,could be found and It Is certain
Hta fraternal afflllaUons are 'with
one of the finest districts of the city,
• ihat no choice coplil be made whJeb
and H Is thought the loss will
(he Blka, Uniform Rank, Knights of
. would be more popular with, or moA
of
The
Hannah
ft
I-ay
Co,
Pythias. BaglflB and
office
satisfactory to. the ciUiens of this heavy.
The flood swept away two miles of
In addition to bU livery business,
the sale of that department, hie
JEWELER
jcHy.
macadamieed roads running-southerly
he is a stockholder in the People's
ni Into' the hank as a clerk and
professor Gilbert, during his three
from the Buffalo city line, and sprea.l
Savings bank and is quite extensively
lined there two years when he
years soperintendeney of the Traverse
vast area of farm lan J. signed to embark hi the newspaper engag<[d In lumbering. In everything
City schools, has shown great exeeuMore than a- nine of track of the Buf­
he UDdertakea,.be Is a worker.
business.
‘live ability In the conduct and super­
falo ft H«nburg- electric railway
Mr. and Mrs. Germaine rccenUy
vision of them. It Is a facL.he Is so
He purclyased an interest in
uprooted and torn to wreckage and
moved into an ^gant new home
well acquainted -with the condlUon of
swept along on the surface of the rag­ Traverse Cl.iJ’ Transcript, s' weekly
the scholars and Aelr studies, that
newspaper, and was given editorial the corner of State an.d Welllngteu
ing waters, "nie big steel bridge of
he can almost InvjWably tell, without
charge. The subscription list
streets.
this company over Caxenovla creek
a moment's bearthUon, the progress
By people with sample books from outside town.s
was lifted bodily from JU fdundaOou-i
which any particular student of the
Boston 6acon
claiming to be “wdiolesale dealers,” yet having
and was in tbe water only a few min­
Those who prefer to be on the fly caa
2.CKM) enrolled.'from the Undergarten'
utes when it was In pieces. The trol­ ft CHEERY WORDS FROM
•-stocks much smaller than our own. We have now
ft have their duMce. I heard one lady
up to the High school. Is maWng, and
leys of the company were ordered Into
each particular s^denfs weakness or
THE SUNNY SOU^. ft give qqlte a concentrated and life-like,
fn stock right here in Traverse City one of the
Ihe bams and It Is not probable that
expression to. hw views of being con­
aptness along the line-of any of his
^nest, best selected and ibosl up-to-date stocks of
iraflic win be resumed for several
tinually on 'tbe gad. She said that
studies.
Best Comstock
days.
Wall Paper in the state. In buying of us you liavo,.
The resolution adopted by the board
Deland, Florida, March 1C,—Editor • She was Ured of Uvlng. in her trunk."
Baco
But tbe itanhera winter is waning
the advantage of returning all }’6u can't use arri*
of education fixes the next year's sal­
The Daily Eagle;—The weather bein,:;
ary at 81,900 and the following year's
handy and common topic to lntr> fast now and spring Is at the door.
if any mistakes or errors occur of having them
at 82.000. The first year Profess >r
MISCELLANEOUS
■ce converaation.-l will remark that The Florida resorts wUl be lonely
promptly made right, which you can't have in
places la a couple of weeks more.
Gilbert had charge of the local schools
e have been having a change lately
buying from outside parties. And when it comes
.
8.
H,
SAYLER
he received 81.500, The next year
SPORTING NOTES
heavy, soaking rains with considerable
8J.650 and for the present year his
thunder and cloudy, cooler weather.
to sample books of fine-goods 'made to order, wo
salary is 81.800. The iucreases In
People begin to drift northward,
iiave them from the manufacturers who look the
salary, which have been made by the
leaving the hoUt crowds somewhat
Grand Prize at the SL Louis Exposition—tbe
Americans -Make Oxford Team.
Hoard without any request from M.'.
thinned ouL “They mostly take the
London, March 2L—For the OxforilGilbert, tell the story of tie value
Robert Graves Co.—and when it comes to prices
by way of the ooasl to Daytona
Best Comstock
which Is placed by tbe city upon his Cambridge sporU 'dt the Queen club and Si. Augustine, some by the St
wc are way below any prices any outside sample
"“
March 31 the Oxford committee has Johns river to Jacksonville, where ih;
services and surely, a man who has
Hams
book' rueh can make for the same qualitj’; and
selected
the
fthodeslan
scholars,
P.
made the tVaverse City schools ns
of travel disperses In all norii
any time you wisli the goods shown at your
widely kno«-n, even beyond the boun- M. Young of South Dakota as first
ward directions. The oroan steame-s
, darles of ibis state, Is deserving of In the team for the high Jump. anJ lake some, tbe coast 'line railroad
liniiso 'we will • cheerfully show them there.
W. B. Sebutt of Cornell as third
takes many through Savannah, Charle.<- Poutoes,
........ ■">'
Never have ihe schools been in bel­ in the team for the three-mile r»
Washlngton, Philadelphia to
ter condition and never have the citlNew York and Boston. ‘ Many others
xeuB been better saUsfled; never has' Another Pug Takes to the Stage.
from the middle west g.y
Hot Springs; Ark., March 2l.c-Kid by Way of AUanla, Cbattantioga and
there been greater confidence in a
man than that which the parents of McCoy, the Hoosier fighter who has Cincinnati. Qulte'a number of ail
the 'scholars attending the schools to­ J>een here since the opefling .of the
contemplate short slops at the
season, has Just signed a contract to more southern of these jdace's, before
day have In Professor Gilbert.
Flour and Feeo.
appear In •'Sporting Life." at the Hop­ venturing back to ihe chilly sprln,-;
kins Gre^ Opera in Memphis, with u
CHARTER REVISION,
weather of their northern homes.
Without discussing the merits uf stock -company.
There -is often quite a scene at the
Ihe v^ous proposed changes that
hole! when families who have spent
have been decided upon by the coun­ JefT Would Meet Hart But Not Jackaon- the winter take their leave
Champion Jeffriw’says It makes uu
cil in the city charter at this lime, we
casual acquaintances they have made
would call the aiientlon of that honor­ difference to him who wins in the bat­ While here.' But the tears, if any.
able body to one or two things that it tle between Marvin Hart and Jack which fair usually flow from shallow
Johnson,. and declares . that he has fountains, and (he regrets expresse-I
■ would seem might be made better.
iwn (he color line beyond recall, and will prolrabiy soon be -forgotten hy
s adopted oonuii
Will soon be here and you will need many things in making the changes
; charier provision giving the Instlcea will -not meet Johnson umler any cir most of them, but sometimes no doubt
you are planning. The Carpet, Curtain and Wall Paper Departments
of (he peace of the city jnrisdlctlon In cumsftaces. He alsq,sayB-fie thinks it lasting friendships, arc formed. There
can supply your every need.
be a cinch for the dusky coi« is one Instance here' of something
nil matters relating to the violation
......... ■:........................ 60c
of the city ordinances. This.'of course, fighter and does not think Hart will stronger than mere friendshlji. but.'l
eSekwheVt;
...................................
ever
be
looked
bn
ns
an-opponent
for
WALL PAPERS
dM'S away with the necessity of a
C4RPET8
would hardly dare to specify. It
He addA however, that he would .somewhat romantic -and withal,
Recorder's couR.
Hannah ft Lay Merc. Ce.
The finest line of Body Brussels in the No firm shows such a splendid stock, nor
Butter, .....................................lOc to 20c
The conncUmu seemed to think, be glad to me^ Hart if the Kentuckian most pitiful.
city. Price, made, -laid, with carpet has it in better shape for displaying it.
however, that this might not work weU- should win. Gerlalnly Jeffries does
The tourist tendency to Florida is
not talk veO' encouragingly for Hart
r, »1.50
11.50 ]i>er yard.
- A
- - fine
~
a section was adopted giving
paper,
Tapesti-y
based on somewhat different reasons
Beautiful Tai>estries for parlor, hall,
• council power, to revl^-e by ordinance
; Brussels for 85c. Two gr-ades of Ax- library or den for 23e, :tOc, 35c. 40c, .50c.
from ibi/sc which attract people to the
Honey Mellody knocked out Jerry nortbem vesorls. Well-to-do people
this court. This, of course, could
Live fttocK.
10 per yai
'60e and 75t- the double roll.
amount to nothing, for tbe council McCarthy, the champion welierwelgh; may g. north or south meyely for.the
We
sell
the
best
all-wool
Ingrain
that
wine.
Clilzena’
pbom
of
the
northwest,
at
Butte.
XIont..
Ir
could not by the passage of an ordlchange of diversion It affords; bari.^g
Fine E ubussed Papers for parlor,
is made. The price on your floor is 75c.
- naoee abolish the clause in the charter l£ rounds.
no urgent business cares time bangs
r hall at
.30c, 35e, 40c
ing ro
Never had a finer stock. Have a few all
■ which gives the Justices of the peace
heavy with them. Most jieopb
and
wool that we will close at 65c.
THE COXE FAMILY
-Jurisdiction in
norlh f; r relief from care,, Most coroe
The
best
of
Cotton
Chain
Carpet,
Another ctsusc adopted providc,B
Papers for dinipg room, sitting room,
south fer eonsideratloD of health. The
that ail fines collected for the vloltwith wool filler,'for 55c.
Dramatic clubs, furalshes enter­ crowds come flocking here in the early
bed room at 12c, 15c, 20c and 25c. AJot
- lion of city ordinances shall be paid tainments for complete cviwing or fa winter or continual!}- through Um wluIf you want a good Cotton Carpet we of new designs for the kitchen at 10c.
Into tbe clty'tregsiiry and be ‘‘dis­ part; gives thorough preparatory in­
have them at' 27e, 30c, 35c and 40c.
Hi it begins to wane and eniering Sheep, good. .
12c
and 15c. Tile paper for bath room
posed oT Ss (be councir shall direct' struction to beginners on piano or o - ihekiaie through Ihe JacksoovlUc gale
A splendiS grade of ragehrpet for 30o fbr 50c. Some entirely new patterns in
The State siatntes provide that all
low. Satisfaction guar­ go. scaiicrlng over th^ountry 1
dainty stripes for bed room and sitting
.moneys colledted from fines for any and anteed, Residence 117 Bast Fifteenth directions roi-lng from place io place
NORRIS, Prop.
‘ The Sultana double side carpet sells room
ruum at 12c,
i-c, 15c ttuu
and 20c.
wuv. Tbe
Au<= largest
all offenses, shall go liilo the library StreeL Rooms head of slairs. Union
Phone 48? 2-s and t-L
a herd' newly turned inio a
for 30c.
line of Moire ceilings at 20c, :i0c, 50e.
fond.
street eBtrance, XUsonle block. CftiBuying Prices.
field, hunting for the best feeding
Wool Filler, for rooms where large
tens’ phone 790
- 3698U8
ground. Bach one has his story to
rugs
are
used,
sells
at
45c,
^
and
Ptoc.
The Holland sugar beet factory has
tell abcul this place or that place,
Just declared a dividend of »
and—This is the best place,” or "Ttiai
cent to the stockholders, and Uie .dl- . Next year we will distribute among
•TAIB CARPET
le be.si place,-' and they “Don’t BueWbeat ...
As fine S line as yon can find in the city.
reciors say if would,J)Bve been
our slockholers 8100.000 to 8800.000. like it here" for some reason, or
Belling Pricaa.
and th’ereaftpr from two to five times
but it was, thought best to tun
A good grade, some sntirely new pat­
Flw. Norrisrille Roller Mill
^'Somethlbg is the matter with
Nottingham from 50c to f.3.50 a pair.
rest of the profiU into the sinking that amount annually in dividends, ir
terns, sells at i7e. A better grade at Brussels Net from 12.25 to $7. Arabians
there." and when the}- have lookeJ
will
help
the
town
generally
to
keep
fund. Tbe exhibit does not look
2^ and 35c, tbe all wool tjuaUty for 50c. from 12.50 to $10. A fine line of Curtain
mey at home. It will be
over and fumbled over tbe whole stock
though the sugar l>eei business
to the fortunate ones who
a beautiful velvet to
«.w..„v
ww ma.wo
match the
..... carpet
17belter satisfied than those who,
Net from J 2c to SOc a y.ird. Something
Michigan needed to be kept bolster.ri
Jhis stock. Call and see late
having got what InformaUon there Is
sells for fl and the best Body Brussels entirely new in colored(1 iat 4;>c a yard.
up with the levying of import duties ;ports ^m the mines. Investigate
to match'She carpetfor fl.50.
in order to make the business proflt- - It t^ll do no harm to know the available about loealHles make ihsir
facu wbeiher you buy stock or noL
choice And settle down for tbe season
ahle. It also shows that Ihe factories
GRAND TRAVERSE «. ARIZONA
BBA»8 rods
are thus able to enjoy some sem­
NATT1N68
cohld well afford to pay'the growers
MINING CO.
S707-tf
blance of home life, But every one tr
Try "DULUTH OCraRlAL" Spring
of beets considerably higher prices for
his taste, even, if it is to kiss the cow. ^haat Floar-^-*“W— •»„.* h>v«a><
Some of the finest we have ever carried Are used more than ever. These are ail
the raw material and still make
and
whltaat
extension—sell at 12c, 15c and 25e. Brass
cleaning RIGHT by
good profit.
suaecRiPTiONa.

,

e .eek. by «m«.....................I .1®

pafcj

$2,000
400 SoUd Gold Rings

200 WATCHES
At 40 percLdlseonnl

A Rain Coat is a
Nec^sity, not a
Luxury.
j

R. W. RASTALL

HAMILTON CLOTHING CO. i

Don’t Get Sold oh Wall Paper

»«»»»»»»«»»»»»»»»

IOC Ib.

14c lb.

Cood Picnic Hams'
IOC Ib.

13 if>-

J. J. Brezina

'So‘^Ksi;r-

City Book Store

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SUSS;:::::;::::::;:

House Cleaning Days

-

Whether -Prealdeol Roosevelt said
the things In ,/dlspantgement of the
STRONG AND GRAY.
declaration of independence with Cor.-Boardraan Ave and Eighth Sts.
Phone S2T. 3705 tf
which he has been credited Is
r of shme unoMslnty. One thing is
Don’t fall
the beautiful
very certain, however, except for that
iqt now on sale at Orln■' •mmortal production of Thomas Jof8706-tf
.teraons, Mr. Roosevelt would not ndw
be PresldeoL tor there would be no
United Sutes to be President of.
Try "DULUTH IMPERIAL" Spring
’Wheat monr.-flukat nouL
bdA. vhitaat bread.
87054f

■ ‘KStV’Lffi'^.aVlDVKS. -

.SAMPLE SUITS
About 90 Sample 'Suits, sizes from
:i-i to 42, going at

Aboul Half Real Value.
BENDA

la6e gurtainw

30eand60cl

We carry them m all the
C,-ex G,-a» Matting i.

at 75c and »I a dozen.
Stair Pads fl a dozen.
-

sash rods for lOo. White enamel cur­
tain poles, complete with fixtures, 10c.
All kinds of brass fixtures for curtain
rods and poles from 10c to .35c a pair.

CurtaiL Stretchers' for $1 and $L75s»
Curtain Loops 10c and 20c a pair.

THE HANI^ & LAY MERCANTILE CO.

> -u

- ths daily eagle, :
Incredible Bcvtallty.
U would hare been mcredlbU braaOlty if Cba*. F. Lcmber»er, of Syra----- “ *^j^*i*d not«done tbe best be
eoufj for ‘h£s suffering son. “My
be says, "cut a feartu
eye, ao' 1 applied
np........ Bncklen's Amins
«aUe. which <iulck]y healed It and
eav^sd hli e)-A Good for bums and
ilcere too. Only 2Cc at C.
bee's. The Hannah Dmg 8tor
IS. Miller's drug store,

BUrtllng Mortality.
Statistlct Show ssmag morUUty,
and pentonltla To
prerent and cure these awful diseases,
there is just one reliable remedy, Dr.
King's New Ufe Pills. M. PUonery.
of 14 Custom House Place, Chicago,
says; "They haye no eonai for Conatlpatlon and BiiUouanesa" 2£c at C.
A. Bogbee'a, The Hannah Drug Store,
and E. B. Miller, druggist.
Imw

V
SEWER NOTICE.
DEMOCRATIC CITY CONVENTWN. PjNollce J^ hereby glru that the
esUmates of the
iilacc In Domination candidates for city
the proposed lateral sewoffices, and to transact such other bne‘ Sewer. Diet No. l. bare
Incwi as may properly come before It,
the City Clerk for
be held In Old Elks' hall. City public en
. —inning
B^nnji
at'^Sie'^^iersecUoo
Wellington, street on t^ije
d No. 1 win be enUUed to 10 tween -Prast-------"'*■
tes: Ward No. 2 win be enUUed
--------------"'ird No. S win •
fnliiled
itesf-Ward Nr

rnmM

KDS Rnil
Of COIISIITOII:

OpUoo AOair-Nous of

Lansing, Mlcb., Man^ 21.—The fatr
that only a-very small i^rcentage of
the electors who vote at elections at
•trtileh prt^siOons to amend the con. coon- etltsUoD are submitted ever vote ellhJTtb day
way on such propositions,
7:SD o'clock
Ueved by many regislators to be. due
to a Uck of knowledge of the subject
matter of the proposed at
'
'
the part of the dectOTS. Rlsanotorloua fact that mort of the amendmentt
that have been mads to our couUtutlon have been mads by only a handful
«f dbe total number ot c-]ectori wbo
rworded their votes for candidates' for
office
at tbe same election, only a ma
offices, and to transact sneh othw bt^
jorlty' ot those voting on tbe par
pa^lciitai
QUeabon being aecesbary to carry the
amendment For Uie same reason
has Uins-__
tar_____ ___ _______ _ proWard No. 1 will be enUUed to 20 Mde for tbe calling of a convenUon
to prepare a general revision of tbe
ConsHtr
““UM to S>
W.ra No. 4

EUQOE,
n Ward O

.V IK'tnuiraUc caucus of the voter
iv.iiding in Ward No. 2 wUl be held a
Mil. Sf-cOnd Ward city hall Sprue
ay, ev
f ..•leciing 11 delegates to’^ab
i.-u.ba ncmocrailc city convention ca'i..| for Saturday, March 26. 1W5 and
' fllso for the nomination of candidates
.\arJ 01
_ and
P r «arJ
officers .In______
said____
ward,
Ik-trnneactioD of such other bn^ess
.fliav cme before the caucus.H. A. LANOWOBTHT.
.Chalraan Ward Com.
.t March 17, 1905.

/

Ward No. 4.
A Democratic caucus of the
residing In Ward No. 4. will t
at the
e engtne house, comer Cast
and lake
Uke Avenue
A
on Thuiuday evenlug March
• • 2!
IS. 1906. at.........................
7:30 o'clock. 1
le purpose ot electing 7 delegatee
the
itendd a Democrajic city convenUon
caned for Saturday. March 26. 1905,
and also for the nomination of candiasiness as may coibe before the canJ. M. HEULLMANTKL.
Dated March 17. 1
.

.
Ward No. 5.A DemocraUc caucus of the roUrs
residing in Ward No. 6 will be held at
R. J. HacE' store. 901 Washing
sireet. on Thursday evening, March
23, 3905. at 7:30 o'clock, for the pur­
pose of electing u delegatee to attend
a Democratic city convenUon call) '
for Saturday.
aturdey. March 25.
25, 1905. and alM
all
nomine '
of...........................
candidates for
for the nomlnaUon
I officers 1 1 said ward, and the
•raiiKactioD of such other bualoes
may-come before the caucus.
Deled March 17. 1906.

IHSU^
(State

OSTEOPATHY
J. O. TRDBBLOOD. D. O.
MBB. M. J. TRUBBLOOD. D. O.
406-407 Wilhelm Bieek. BeaUenea
21 and U Wynkoop Tenmea.
O. P. Carver & Bro.
. OnBcoount of tbe laat
••Flah___________
"Flah and Gama Law^
will
...............................
be in their office
ce dhring
dhring 1bnai'
beat boma. each day, ready
INSURANCE.

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wcoa»

Z .■S!*.7 £

saaa4.TJ-gp.-.?a‘paaarig°-

w
'in

MWjmi
1

J

-IV

resentstlve-BcMct. „r cn.oun,
making so^ l«<esiigaiions with a
'■’TT
• resolution on tills
sublet, -nia measure may coipe I.tcr.
The latMt ^l-mi.i ...ovemen't was dl.. ..ned B.l ln,,t
Bepresenlattve Bland, ot Wayne.
trodneed■ a
providing for

It or Inflnesea
In the minds of tbe workers, either or
gantied <w unorganised. <ls inesM^
wages. It is s living Issoe that never
loses Its vluilty to Imprest npoh-lhe
minds of (he workers the necessity of

Organisation le a much abused word.
Tie preliminary co-operative itep
which so many uniooUtt think Is
ganlsatloo is-ouly an awakening, i
ply a move tn tbe right direction. Keal
of delenulnlhg "nliether such
effecUve organlution embraces tbe ele­
alleged by Uie small ments of Intelllgeuce. wise' nianage■sherDirn of Michigan,
.
was seme opposlt^ti to the reeolaUon. and tbrongt s ^IsuDderetSDd> and in some Instances all tbese
'Mary effect of the eleoents chararteristle of a soccessfol
«>r Uie’ resolution union are revereeO.
Joining a union and paying dues are
thereto on the latl^^Thls mo'tiM
preliminary steps to effectlre snd

tiTY TREASURER AND CITY aERK
CANDIDATES, FOR RENOMINATION

number of votes cast at the elerilon
(not on the particular subject) la nco
easary. and far leas than such majori­
ty took the trouble to vole on tbe re­
vision proposition. It U proposed lo
to
hereafter lnf<«n the people of the slate
regarding theee metsurea lo tbe hope
that greater Intcreat will be takfn in
them. Both bonset have passed Sen­
ator Liniley's bill which provldea that
theMcreUiy of statetball, sixty, thirty
and fifteen days prevlona to elecUob'
mall to each newspaper In the state a
statement covering the provisions of.
any prtgwsed consUtntlonal amend­
ment to be voted upon. It Is figured

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N^lepbones
^^epbones in
id the syatem.
system. Further
rurtDer information
inionnauon on our
stoA can be secured on addressing the company. Grand
Rapids, Miehif
/

E. B. FISHER, S^reUry.

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RAR-BCtj WILL CURE YOU.

THC^RKAT NcOTORATtVE

Daily Eagle Want Ads Pay

' MYRON E. HASKELL.

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K-NNTUL

>a.

0 decree*,.
,
mak<
eolarge it.
The ev« blooming pereonlal-the
Joint rew)lutlon W sul.nn, to tbe people
of tbe atate tbe queriion of remorins
the mate capital froui i^nslGg to Detrolt-has again pm tn lu appearance.
It comes about as often as rome
fastidious legisUtor htppbns to be
served with s tough piece of beef­
steak st a lAMidg reataurauL-It N.
obi St ell likely that the removal will
be made until tbe fro»t i, <,01 of ibe
cround at least. “ '
BilL
Sportsmen trom varions parts of the
state wdre here Igle In tbe week lu
of tbe ^ to permit the sVing
•hooiltig of docks.
They
poeed to the Baird bill which lengthens the open aeaadfc-for ducks by mak­
ing U from SepL the Jau 16. but probiblta spring abootin. This it another
much mooted qn«ttl0O.. which, teds
iwaylnto almo*t«m taaten of the
irglBlaive. SenaiqLInrists that

tbe duria ahouM »ffi te stet m the

to eweda. Tba Arm- tba

A Good Investment
Citizens’ T^phone Company’s stock has for years earneti
and paid qimrterly cash dividends of 2 per cent and has ,
paid tbe taxes.
Pair

Mtertiih Bteldwiiio
CHAfi. M. BEERS.

.

plain that the companies will accept
Hve stock for shipment only when tbe
Vltit-ffiovet. as it were. or. In other
words, whenever It is altogHfaer con­
venient for them to do ao. It Is allegad furthermore that It Is not con­
venient most of the time, ao that shtpBcata from many points are Impoa■Ible. At a betrlBg on the bill a conple
of days ago tbe compantes argued
against its passage, inststinf that such
a Uw would cauic greatly added “
pensea Id the way of Muipment
........ - March 21. ployea, etc., 'and would creatiy IniWpurpose fere with traffic. The bill hat not yet
ban acted upon by the committee.
attend
TBs fight orer the provlsloDt of the
Bitoaa’bin for tha regulation
regntation of autoBohOes aUU goat merrily on. The
Biasiire U to -the bands of tbe honae
cMsmittee on state affalra, tbe memhera of which are divided «* the anb^ Thoaa tea . tbe cities a^bar to
■Rad formoceUbenl ptoThdenaaato
Dated Mandt ii^S^ Cwomlttee.
Vetd Hmlta Oaa tbOM tern tba rnral

MIkt iHMUt CmkU Ink, lui. luk H4.

■A

I BUI.
sp a atur fight against the SIoim^^
vhlch seeks to make them common
earrim of live stock.

CK . rm, m M 4S.

i J.V,-

■SiZ

■■
.....................Casa SQstreet
........- —ue on Tuesday evwlng
March 21, IMS, at 7:30 o'clock, for the
purpose
e of electing IS delegates to attond g rspublican city cm
Thursday, MarchI 23AM6, and
ot candidates
for ward officers tn aald wnrd, and the
tranaaction ot such other bostneae
may ebae before the oaucoa.
/ P. D. MABVI
MABVm. . V-nR h. pope,
^ A. MONTAGUE, '
r. , . ,
. Ward Committee.
Dated March n. 1M5.

Cement and Building Materials
•( JBB C. KIBSEN. Hauler
BULKSS’ and MASONS’ SUPPircO.

•'f

statements for the information of the
public. The bill also provides slmliar
Myroo E. Haakeil haa given perfect
Charles H. Been, wbo baa ao ably
their reapeeUve. wards to attend the
city convenUon to be held Thursday Statements printed In tbe BagUsb. Qec- filled tbe poalUea of city detk. U a mtlatactlon as dty treamver deettkg
I, HoUand and Polish
------■” March 23rd, 1906.
candidate H(W<eiuiilaaaae and win
It is also regueetad Uiat each ward •hat] be mailed to all alaettoa JpvMtens
and
poated'sceaBiBepCir
at
peBAfS.
daJegt^ elect
to
j re-nomlnatioi
member^f tte eramtttee'oo perma-ar^a*
sffslr
organlaaUon and w>rder of bnsi- '-A the state a.
Is B to aeVat the city convenUon.
make it coter modem
qulremeota.
succeMtuJ organlution. Vvbiie we Ond
milllona .of workers wbo never uka
Sparrow Bounty Bill
Although it is only s very few yeira wbert both still remain. It is believed svan theae atepa. we find a vast number
that tbe matter will come up again.
of others Ovbo take only these steps and
since the sparrow bounty Is
It la believed that actioa will ahor
sbortiy wboee ideas of organization. Judged
be taken on ibe Uvcll blU _ reduce
..
by their aetlcms, apparently extend do
delegates to attend-a republican city
--------farther, Hils latter class la always
convenUon called'for 'Thnraday. March making more from Its operation than the membersbip of tbe ataU Us
mlaaloD from five to three mambera. ovarreacblng.
23. 1905, and aUo for the nomlnisUon
"
Conalderable
feeling
has
been
engenuntoos that seek................. .......
of candidates for ward officers In said
way to have a slmliar statute upon
ward.'
Its books again. The bouse has passed dered lo regard to.tbls propoaltlon^nd Uau before their find week's dues
tbe Bosley bounty bill, which, bow­ it Is difficult to predict Just what (be paid.
ls a sort of a local option mesa- result may be. Apparently a majority, a new price lUt i» the Uaue, the
E. R McCOT.
It does not become operative in of Uie house favor the change pro-' abaorblng topic, claiming their attenA. H. HAHJilDAT.
powil. s
I uon before a semb,l4n« of order, syaJ. A. IGBANGBR
One of the latest bills of general in-. tern. iuteUlgeni dfrection of affairs,
Ward Committee.
m.- The consid­
tereit to be introduced ti that of Sena-' diacIpUne or concerted action has been
Dat^ March 11. 1906.
eration of this bill opens up
Rivers. II
I( pro- introdni-ed and before the altnation haa
question whether sparrows are more tor Llnsley nr three Rivera,
Tides for the Mtabllsbmant of Juvenile, been atudlesl. - It is practically out of
destructive than tbe Insects they are courts
Ward I
In all dtlea havliing a iNVuUtion the queatiou
destroy. That
cah.cau(
-- 40,000
«r .pore for tba trail of of-1
of- ] Uets
u*ts embodyl
embodying improved change* be­
In Ward No. 2 wit) be held at la a very old and mucb discussed ques­ of
the Seconi
. city
....___,
___ tion. Doobtless many readers of ibis fenders under 10 years of age. aud also fore organization has b
nd ward
hall, Spmee
street, on Tuesday evening, March 21.
21, letter will recall the Sncleot tale of requires ibst these offeodars ba Incar-1 on an effective working baaU.
1905, at 7:30 o'clock for the purpose ol tbe bashful young man wbo |>er(Dltted eersted In separate InsUtwtkuis where, ■n,e premature Introducri'-' of new
with the. yilW
priv-o I4BLS
list, MHB
hat proved the
elMUng 22 delegates to attend a repub­ tbe conversatiou to lag sorely when tbw will not come In contact
4AJ'
--------—-,-.N
older aud more baedaned crimlnalat tlou of local udIods that would other­
lican cKy convenUon called for Thj
calllDf upon ills best girl. Finally In Like
March 23, 1905 and also for
.rollon to tha county jalU of* wise have proapered
prospered and become per­
sheer desperation tbe girl introduced
___ inaUon of candidates for ward
required.
manent
and
useful
Institutions
In the
tbe sparrow question which, tleu as
fleers
Separate Frlsoii for w.
Interesu of the workers.
was agitating the good people of
Speiklog of Jails, etc,. reminds
____ ___
RemoDstrshces snd adrlce from oldcome before the caucus.
the stale. After a fpw preliminaries
beads
she asked the bashfol swnln which be that It U not at-all likely that tbe W, er, wiser and
........ CURTIS.
• met with the
tbe most undesirable, spar- O. T. U. of tbe Kate will succead In in the movement
WM. HENKIB.
.“7r ’worms, whereupon tbe difWard Comrolllee.
»r aaywi
r "What Is a
•way!" To
Odent young man blusbingly rnaarked
Dated-’} arch 11. 1905.
u tisi been
_____
made
... that ...N
tl
______ _ ________ _ ______
>r tbepurpose
pu
of
»t he rreally could not say Inasmuch
I be ha<
Detroit bouar of rorreciion. which la securing -improvetueuta When ai
had never bad aparrowo.
Ward No. 3.
The IndkaHooi at preieoi are that owoad by tbe city o( Detrali. tn which where they can be secured, and also
can caucus of the •
tbe two bouses will, as in former yenrt, all (be wowen wayicu of tha itate protect
residing in Ward No.
____3______________
wUl beh
conflntd. tbsra being no ic- and other Impositions. That U not tbe
•the Primary school buUdlng, comer lock borna on the primary question,
sntb and Union streets, on Tuesday tile bouse sUndlng for the Stone bill, commodariona for women In tbe pria queation. The point at lasue la-to first
-etUng. March 21. IMS, at 7:30 which provides for direct nominations ona owned by the «ute. ba purebasad make your unlou effective. When this
and need for (be incarceration of abort la accomplished, and uot before, the
lor the puipoae of electing .32
8 to attend a republican city
term priaonert Th, varloua counties' ebanees of securing
lUon. called
patterned after tbe New Tork Uw. It of Michigan
are now malruaufnf 2,«»’, provemem*

441 W*^4*,V44 4N are
N4 Jtvorable.
• W.NNIV.
23, 1906, and
retains the conrentiou system, but pro­ of these abort-twm prisoners at tbe DeOn the other hand, the premature inof candidates for
vides that delegates to state conven­ trolt Institution.
However, there la troducUon of new price Usta defeats
in said ward, and the i
likelihood that
___
tions tiksll be chosen by direct vote,
•Dd embodies a local option provisloo will be provided for by tbe'Diwnt
QBder which counties may elect to legialature. .although .hei^rn.*^r^ tabllsbed.
A. R C»>OK.
t its adrocatc.

nominate candidates for county offices
We should ever keep In mind (bat
A. R CUB'nS.
O. W.
n. BAV/BAl
aACKETT,
an effeotive oeganUatiOD must go in
Ward Committee.
adrance of -Improyementa In wages,
Dated March 11. 1906.
•t a c6nfer«Me committee, which wUI
boors or condittoos of Uborwerken' Jouroal.

A repuljblican caucus of the voters
residing liin Ward No. 4, wlU be heli
held at

LADIES.

tTT-3T9 Ofoadwar. Naw Tora

beli

J'each
ward three members to serve on the
cit^CMnmniee for the ensuing year.
The chairman and
id secretary of'eub
*
ward caucus will certify promptly to

Democrailc c
r Sat­
urday. March 26. 1906, and also
•be B<HDlnaUon of candidates for ward
offl«rs In said ward, end the transacUon of such oUier business as ma)
come before the caneua.
JOHN R SANTO.
Chairman Ward Com.
• lasted March 17. 1806-

I

REPUBLICAN WARD CAUCUSES.
bpeans, sad those intending
cancuaea called
^lld

Ward Nc^.
Ucmocratle etneus of .
ing in Ward Na 3 will be h
le Primary school building. <
Tenth and Union -streetA

W . mSMETER MOL, Kakas

c. ft. ai WY,
Chairman City Committee.
B. Cook, Secretary,
lated March 11, 1805,

Is simply a matter of delight to Ell!,
The senate committees on military
affsirs and finance sod appnB>riatk>o«
bare both made favorable reports on
.Senitor Marrindsle's bill maklnr ao
appropriatloDor gSTooo for ■ Bonoment
to General Macomb to be erected In
Detroit It is proposed to bsve tbe
dty of Detroit make a similar sf^ropritUon and to still farther angisMt
tbe fund by aubacrl|tttoM from eWDetroll jnd other aectl^ of
Michigan.
,4
JAMBS V. 3ABSC.

MAKE UNIONS EFFECTIVE.

Only a Small Par Cant. Vota on..
Propoaitions to Amand

DEMOCRATIC WARD CAUCUSES.
Ward No. 1.
________ itic
. caucus. of
,f the voters dl rooms in said dtr
es-iding in Ward No. 1 irtll
will be held in____
« Mnrch, A. ““iloB,
rudcr»oo<i & Vmlor's office. '
" - and conaidei
' .ijtuil
evening.. March K.'1905
,
loued.
. ibe purpose of cIccilDg ten delegates
U) oitond a Democratic city oonveiilion called (6r Saturday. March' 25.
1905, and also for the nomlnaUtm-of
candidal,for -ward oflloers in said

.f-:..; Mnrch 17. 1905.

oulside of the

VOTERS ARE TOrRE EDUCATER

5-,-S

Ilic I-i.lIC U'.

■ ■M'S^pSiT'a"
n.„l
,

Present Organic Law of Mich­
igan Is a Patobwork
-Affair.

______ ____
territory
1 caucus should elect a ward
iviutniitee of three to serve tor the
-iisulDg year; also one member of the eewer;
ci.'lppatlon to serve on the city com- ' The east
miiiee on credentials.
E. L.. SPRAGUE.
•lal plat.
Lou 1 to *?
H. A. LANXJWOBTHY
2 inclusive, block 6. brIg^l p]
. . IN. R BAN'TO. '
plat.
JOHN.
. J. M. HUELLMANTBL,
to 16 inclusive, block 11, <
O. G. MtLUUl.
I>.ii.-,l. March. K„1905,

S^y-HABOH 21. im.

v. — -

cklia Later BrlU.
Beference bas'slrevdy been made
beUe columns lo the child labor hill
before tbe I‘<
tnre. says tbe Newark (N. J.) News.
Tbe moat actlvc-enemlaa.ef tbe child
labor bill are not among the mill own■estem part of the state. This Is
poattion New Jeraey had to
.. . and It Is to be bopwl that tba
PanniylTsDls people will
Governor Morphy
.....................
didlast year, that
tbe rbUdree mu« be
toacfaeoland
mart not work even If tbe glaaa ftetoI go out of buslDCM. Aside tern
humane argument to favor of child
labor laws. It Is
fact that where cheap child labor Is al­
lowed lu one stale It oeatea unjust
competition wttb states in which It is
prohibited. There sbonid'be practieally Identical/riilld labor lawsI in an
•tatea.'
Mrs. JoM*-To« pnght to brateamad
of youroelf not to go to-wort TW
Tramp-Madam, If uatvo haa fitM*

Fame’s Celery Compound
Makes Nerve Force
Mbtt* Fom niles the wgrlii

Tbe fort* that rules them alJ—thit makes them
.. 4U1WUI «wve
Without
Nerve r-----Force......
there^
can be no health at J—no success—BO lOV in livinw
1 he center of life is in the nervfcs.

Neglect the nen es and they will make you
f«l this neglect in many ways, they control all
^ the organs of the bod.v and must be kept
healthy and strong to do their work properly.—
tired nert;es ^not keep the organs of the body
r^healti
which is essential to
This is why Paine's Celery Cor^und is able
J bnng health m» many different forms,
Paines
Compound iceds and nounames Celery
nourishes
------------------the nerves. T.
It makes new Nerve Force, u
makes pure, rich bldod. a clean active liver, a
stomach t^t acts quietly and strongly upon all
the food that is given to it,
it. bowels that throw
awav
ftnsmnVIv and
q—J —.11
away promptly
surely all the __V
ashes 4from
life s engine room,
makes
the
1
It m^es Ae "heart beat true and evenly, it
makes the brain clear and vigorous
The N«ve Force does this all, and Paine’s Cel­
ery Compound makes the Nerve Force.
the keynote of individual success
Tkis is the work of Paine's Celery Compound. '
It w the mo?t celebrated nerve vltaliier and tonic
We give the testimony of many individual
«$«, simply that you may know their ocperienc*
m their ovm words.
n of moPS than 60 yMra, and
I triad a numbar of opaclaliata, but tfioir of.
tom woro unavailing and I fait m though
Ufa <Mi
taaa not
not worth
wnrth Ifvlng.'ind
Ih.!...
i i..k
iifa
'l’had*gteTIlo
^ hop# of being a well man again. My
wIfA who aloe had stomach trouble, at the

V'*"**'

IWC 0«_______

Palne'a Celery Compound and was fully re....... to
.. ..KK.....
uivn vneourageu
aterad
health. Kfia
»he then
encouraged me
to try the same medicine; I did ae. and now
I am a aound and well man. able to work
ovary day. I blcaa my good wife every day
for my good health, ae she got me to take
..r nerveusnoea. stomach troubl^’ rhSima'
tiam
---- - _..K
and K.iiv.su
kind^^lJmenta.
ailments. Yeura
Yours verv

truly,--«artln Baldwin. 610 North lOth^
•t Joooph, Mo. Fab. 26. 1004.
^
Doctors know and value this prcocription and
make constant use.of it in their practice. *
Its effect is almort instantaneous—the nourishratne s Leieiy Compound is felt at nnre.
The patient feds this at once and gains confilencebViL
The
Force b^ins at once to make each
onan of the body do the work that nature expects
of IL
01
It
• Tte dfi-s* treatment wiA Paine's Celery Com­
pound
anna wm
win prove its marvelous
marvelonsmower.
410wer. '
Remenffier
Reraen*er this—Pair.*’,
this,—Pane's Cdeiy Conmound to
le prescf^tioo of one of tite most- Untoos phy»*
■as rids country has ever known, Prof. EE

■Ulte»OTQII.vnUliMIT.

1
>9
.•! •

'tKE^ DAILT EAQtE, TntoAt:
will’ come to a spot where evil ‘will
•ehaale la Fraaee.
cease in touch yon. where the Father’s
The F'shutii syeleio of edueatlou to
hand will gentl.v lead His child thro'
intensely DRtloiml. It* plan is ec:
PIANIV AND TEACHER.
all the rough ways, which wllitbe oppoaKo fntiu bur own n-faool sys­
Fw coneuuat.oo regarding

Jonger seem rongb to tbe f«t or dark
tem. alt lrii ns tile local t-omiouttUy
and -Anna call at Academy of Music '
controls primary scbools. In y-raure
to Ihe spiritual sight."
tbe local !nHnuiUDlty has no voice In
mornings. “ u> li. Bell 'phone, AcadTouched by the pathos of all human
tbe muller. ’i-be Frebih system is tbe
•my-and realuenoe
life,
knowing
Ihe
shadows
that
fall
on
Tlie foDowing b«8uiirul triboie of flowers—the- crocus.' comiug at
most oeutrallreil. tlie moat strktly reg
n Traverse Chy by t'
every human bean, the sighs, the
, loA'e ui<) respect was paid
<3RANGE FIRE .finSURANCE. olateiU tbe iiinst autocraUc and tbe
first warm wooing of the wind,
eSRPET
ory of Mrs. H. E. C. Bates by tbe Re.-. fragrant arbutns pressing hard . the griefs. Uie lesrs—this great loving
farthest removed from democratic
soul persistently preached the gospel Bepona
W»,rar*e»r Yoelc itali Ideas of aay sriiool system in existence.
' t>emas CocbliD. at tbe fuoera] service fleeing snow, were smbassddors if
AaMrIatlaa.
T«».
of cheer. “Be cheery. Do youi- best
held Trom (he first M. B. cbureh yes- spiritual life.
|
One of tbe most profltable forms of
exocuied. Agent for Michigan Rug '
and leave Uie rest." The cheer of love^
ter Jay
Her spirit was touched by the wik'
co-cmcratioii iu ,1,, ^rtnge Is In tbe
lightens all biirdeoK. scaiters
CO, N. B. Cbspln, Prop.. Travlrse city
'ITie life-note of this many-6lde»l. lows growing red beneath the glance gloom, brighien^ll skies, wipes away l9»nrance orgsntzatliias. Below an can tell a
Carpet Cleaning Wprks. 8i2 Wash '
' great-hearted woman bad no -discord, of spring, the stirring life beneath the
given the slguifleant features of vart of L« FouiDiiiP oju’h <li
tnftoe street 'Phone no, ng
but was one pure hannony like those withered leaves, the tulip's Easter face
oua
reports
receutly
made:
age
tbruugitout
tbe
wbole
of
France
She believedjn tbe Immanence W
angelic songs swelling o'er green fields of joy. the fems where fancy gives Its GtMl. There shfluld be no gloom in the
IbrnDutcheas and Oolombla Patrons' is reciting. Teailiere are.not allowed
thousand
forms
to
dark
places.
Enany
Julllude^l
all.
Ilie
result
is
and ware
Divine presence. Mrs. Bates held ihU Fire Relief associatloa. with headquar­ leave both leui heta and
rapt she sat.beneath her trees—
■ fraio
ters at SUl!e.-u.u. reported on X«a- 1
centrartrmb of Chrlstiaoiiy. not.
most conipleicly lacklug
life a
article of faith, bin is tbe vltanruth 2390 p<dlclo> lu fonm. the amount of origfnamy.-F. A. Vanderfl
Tlip in BcrlV
"The air Is full of flashing wings.
ms note slrS'lirrBeir sounded In
of life. The throne of grace is in risks carried i,elng (5,040.000. Tbe tier's.
Someilmea
one
hears—somellmet
average
loases for oeveti years have
Muutory to Home Cheer—"With
place. Tbe Father is every­
The Colonel’s WarerioeT
oif
sees
been
91.0S
per
11,000
of
insurance
In
heart Oill at loving tendemeas,
where—He Is the universal Presence.
Colonel
John
M.
Fuller,
of Honey
tbls company. The nitrons' Fire Re­
. help, to encourage, to put brightness The green leaves nulver as he sings—
HJE lovjog kindness is ove
Texas, nearly met bis W.
My Robin or my Brown Thnish
ef Jefferaon county re­ Gflove,
into shadowy places, to lead out from
oo, from Liver and Kidney trot___
works.' in that Presence she lived
sweet.
anxious care, to hope-and promise of
In a recent letter, he aays: “I was
and rejoiced. In constant touch with ported losres the past year «
those In many ftm, lightning alone nearly dead, of these complaints, and.
Or come the Vlero to my feet
better things; all this and all that
the source of life she had- spiritual,
baring caused $16,000 lo loeses. tbe to­ altbougb I tried my family doctor, be
Beneath my trees. '
tends in this direction.
po*er to spare to feed the miilUtude.
did me no good; so I got at $0c bottle
tal amoimt of 1(«ms being PMOO. of your great Slectrie BlUm, which
. "Is the day dartc and gloomy? Make
Her physical life was shut-in. lim­
Notwithstanding tte large paymods enred me. I eonaider them the beM
tbe borne fire bum tbe blighter. Is
ited. burdened. But the spiritual in­
required, there was a savliig of over
1 earth, and thank God
And. drinking flower-wine to the
there but g crust? Serve It dainUIy
fluence of her being knew no bounds $28,000 to the pdHcy hoWera over stoi^
the knowledge to make
lees,'
and with ^'eer. Is laimeni poor?:
and guaranteed to cure.
of space or time, kbe was a eplritual company Insurance. This
Walk serenely in spirit, rejoicing.in Great butterflies acrosa Jnejjass—
fountain about which, spent a^. now has about-7,000 pollclea, wltb$12,- Dyapepria. BlUonaness and Kidney:
Swiff
dragon
files
with
gaudyDisetM,
by
C. A. Bugbee. The Han-1
the inner fineness of soul. Is there
thlratj souls llngei^, rested and were 000,000 of insarance Is force. Tbe to­ nah Dreg Store. C. E. Miller., dreg. For sale by all
Formerly owned by F. Bckler
wings—
weariness of flesh and pain? Bear pa-'
Imw
tal reeelptsjpr the past year were $41,- gist. et Stic a bottle.
of Ml Last Front Street, ha*
So many dainty, flying \hings
tlMtly what must be borne; and’ say,
dealers In Traverse
She loved her church and cherishc^ 19LC7. The Fire BeUef assodadon of
.been purchased and moved by
Beneath-my trees!
Instead of ‘I f^ T am worse,' *1 hope
W.-WITTE. Anyone hiving
the memories of lU eairly days, when Wayne county reports over $6;»0,000 HELP THE TOWN—A
City and vlcbUty
VN—A PROPOSITION
PROI
left reprirs at the above Iplace
I am better.'. Do worry and anxious
Of Insarance on grange property In tbe
Infant organIxaUon. U w
700 acre# of rich minwill please call and claim
care press hard? Do your best and "Tbe locusts' arch shuU out the- sun,
'cotmty,
ity. Newt
Newark grange alone carrying
them at
i
Tbe oaks stand sentinels at ease:
leave the rest to Kim. wbo,considers
M5.000otthb
of this toUL Tbe Oeoeaee Connand social meeilijgs
/ty Patrons’ F
Fire Relief association, with
A. W.
the lilies of tbe field, and tbe spar­ Tbe cedars, dark as Lebanon.
But for that home
ra at Bauvla, has LUO
Give out their spices in the heat
row's fall. Does the serene white death
iRhed. Her heart was deeply moved
ly of enormous gain. The richest
'force, covering $2318300.
An altar's incense rislott sweet
angel come and leitd away a loved
mining propoeltlon in Amcrlce.
;now jhat her ctUljlren had resolved The CSiautanqua Ooonty Patrons* Fire
Its Park St
Beneath my trees.”
one? Br«> this Is well, the absent
e
will
sell
to
actus]
realdaita'
if
to have some memorial of her father Brilef assocUUoD has 3326 policies in
All there is of leaf, of flower, of
Traverse City 100,000 shares of stock at.Pboi,e 7«.
ones are safe and no selfish thou^i
and toother In' the new church. "They •force, covering $7,112,725 of p«q»erty.
regular prices. If taken we w'il
, vTVTTVTTSlfMfSff
would seek to call them back, and w« w-lnged life In air- were known and are-remembering my love for my par­ The Steuben Coonty Patrons’ Fire Be­ af
donate to the Board of Trade 10,000
loved by her. She loved the-shores of
shall go to them ere long."

Uef assodatloo has 2,074 policy holders shares.
ents." sbe said.'
yonder bay and the rhythmic sound of
and a total msurenee of $3.615400.
If the city is bonded for $50,000 pav.
Tbe friends, companions of many
"Oh.
these
mother
memories."
she
waves up<» tie hesch were as the mu­
able
in
five
years,
this
donation
will
years, assemble tofiay to otter their
wrote! "1 can heaf my
pay tbe debt
sic of many voices.
iflbute of love la the same spiritNATIONAL AID FOR ROADS.
proposition is accepted, we
In a'll there was more than ecsiacy as she softly sang in the twilfghi her
will allow twenty deys for any reputjolbing that for so long a time her
e iV
'
of feeling. She was the Bpiritual favorite hymn—.
ranaera Ala the Cererameut, Haw able
le man, selected
cted by the subscribers,
subscribers.
presence has been in our midst Itke
•Judge
not
thy
Lord
by
feeble
sense.
prophet of tbe months and all tbey
visit and examine our property bethe sun scattering mists -and bestowt
Him
for
His
grace.'
In a recent addrees beiore the Ohio fore
rlng for the stock. If be finds
bring. In February sbe writes;
, ing blessing and cheer.
that
ave-____
madeany
anyfalse
false suip“The snows are stlA piled deep, the and fainter and talnler In ^ half-for- Btate board of agricnltnre tbe lecturer menis
of material
*
^ There is a holy palm in our hearts,
laterlal facts
concerning the
of tbe national grange remarked that
blue bay sleeps beneath an icy cover­ gottenrstr^n. so sweet, so'far-away.
property, tbe deal will be deelilarcd
which iMl that from out the invisible
be believed the movement to eecure na- and we will pay his expeni
ing, yet there is the touch of spring's 'The clouds we so much dread
.world her smiling .soul looks upon
tfondl
aid
for
good
roads
was
equitable
Are
big'wllh
mercy
and
will
break
GRAND TRAVERSE & ARIZONA
life in all the air. No oi
* • Ab, but dear ones." she wn
and right
MINING CO.
3T07-tf
In blessing on your bead.'!'
look lnt9 tbe sjkoUess heart of
"there is no death. Ufe is continuous,
The people mori Intenated In better
Mrs. Bales stood for Ihe higher
the giowlng centw of a rose or the
aJid is df the sopl. not the body. The deep purple of a pansy without a splr home life. She poured forfSi tbe ilre- roads. Mid he. -are those en|aged :
PAVING NOTICE.
other world is closer than we know. tlual uplifting by these bits of
energies of her tnlad for the
Pursuant to a resoiuUoo of the cl
The lime will c^e when we shsll cr world."
homes of pils region. To mak^even third of our popoUUon. Tbe fanners council passed at its regular sessi<
of tbe donntry hare by energy and In­ held March 6th, IMS. noUce Is ben>
say 'Even for death, thanksgiving.'” .In April.—
housewife feel herself a dueen
by given that the City of Traverse
dustry
placed
npoD
tbe
markets
of
tbe
Today we stand close to the. great
Jhe beet of kingdoms, and every litimc
"The hyacinths show their buds
City proposes to make ihe following
' world where Tbve is law. We say, as the tulips are pricking up their loaves
kingdom of love—this was her wlKh.' worW sucli volume of tbe products of public improvement, vis:
she sgjd of another. "One cannot but in a, knowing fashion; the maple bmi>
To grade and pave W. Front street
Home-loving . hearts' must be haii- tbe soil as to affect tbe balance of trade
CIT. PHONE 158
OFFICE*WAREHOUSES
stop and wonder at the beantifnl
growing red.- and the pussy wil­ pifst. Nothing escaped her notlci that with foreign countries, making us t from the west Use of Oak street to the
BELL PHONE 1ZB
G.R.S.I TRACKS
lidI city,
rii
awakening ihe poet-mind must have lows in-thc marshes arc loft Mii furry would help make home the retreat ol selling instead of a buying nation.
1 diaThey
have
responded
nobly
to
ev«y
bad on the other side."
in their sllvergray coau.-So in the cvery-inembcr of the household. Her call Issued In the name of tbelr state
s and estimates of cost have been
At It years of age she was a teach spiritual world. It Is advance always.
by the Board of Public Wor
Wor^
experience, tbe experience ol and nation, in view «f these and other
iffiee, and are open
.mbllc I
er. Her life was one of unrerolutng Tbe kingdom is coming on earth as it others, a wide literature were con­ tacts that might be stated they
t the city council has
industry. Her pen went flying day
name of jostlce that tbe
heaven. The springtime of the stantly drawn upon tor Home Cheer.
listrict to be assessed
whleb Wa oO travel -»«» be
and night over white pages to carry soul Is fast merging Into the Ever­ The rewards of her toil are in the
!*2?A
Ms,
improved. Before the turplus now held luds and pgrcela
of land fronUng'Sn-l
messages to encourage and cheer tbe lasting Summer-time."
nobler quality of our homes.
by the nadonal gorentment Is dtotilb- abuttl^ upon tbe proposed iini^OTea home-maker faersell
In^fay.—
,
nted to nadoual banks wltbont Intetsst ment, vit:
j'
Nearly 4.000 little
"The maples are throwing out their fire of love she kept bunting brightly or the erectioo of expensive govsmLots 22 to 42 Inclusive, block 12, H.
e In her Sunshine club. Their lit­ softly Unted leaves by handsfol. the upon the homu hearth for 3S years. ment bnlldiii;;s in rides, which has be-. ..£ Co.'s 10th addition.
tle letters she answered with her own sliver lady blrehes are hung from top Husband and wife have Journeyed to come a fixed policy of’tbe gormnmeot,
’ sys
lx»ts 1 to 21 Inclusive, block 11, H.
adling sales evolv
& Co.’s 10th addition to the village
and perfected by the National
hand to give them tbe touch of heronal Casli Register
Regis
with drooping tassels, the grim gelber in the chariot of peace. The ptoceeOs further tbe 30,000.000 people L.
(now city) of Traverse City, Ml^li
seK. Just as she thought the home­ old oaks are hiding their gnarls and first Jarring word or frowning look of the couDiry engaged In rural pnr- The lote to h
Company, was, on account of'its
if’its practicability
practicabil
grown flowers the sweetest, because knots in a mist of gray.,green buds.
never beard or seen. Love reigned
the frontage thereon
and simplicity, an assured siiccess as soon as it
they had th& personal touch and cafe- Tbe birds
supreme.
Tbe'City council 4r|ll meet on the
saw the light of day.
“*
27th.dey of March, A. D, IMS. at 7:30
Tbe young had no more loving
Thus sbe answered her
'■If there is some chink of tbe heav­
^ven years was spent in carefully cxjierio'clock, p. m., and consider any objec­
friend and counselor than Mrs. Bates.
tion. "What is his pay Wr all his work,
enly gates open and the soft,
menting before it was presented to the great
tions thereto.
Many a siruggli
his
anxiety,
bis
care.
If
It
is
not
that
Tbe Hon. f.vrus G. Luv„
airs of the upper world are stealing
Dated this 9th day of March! A. D..
world of merchandizing.
had- a cheeritfR
out. and what if by and by they open imsngtble something which makei- of HIcbigan, IliX been one of tbe most 1905.
The merchant who is‘'waiting to .sec how
heart was ever young, and had
home the dearest spot on earth?"
acavs grange
wide and tbe Kingdom , comes
it turns out” is simply denying to his- busine.ss
come place for every worthy youth. earib? Yet a^Btlli. sweet voice a
woricers In that
37001-15
In .y-ondcr home she wore the shin
the greatest force that has thu.s far deyelopcxl
No chfld ever looked'up to her without Tbe Kingdom'is within you.' So shall ing crown of 'wife and mother as the
in the 20th century'mcrchandizing methcKls.
a sihlle. She loved the great group all outer sweetness find .fosponse
INVESTMENT—HOT SPECULATION
chiefest glory of life. There she shone
she- fondly called her children,
If you knew the facts about our
No progressive merchant will do his fullest
i the sun shines this glorious day..
'the Inner."
mining property, you would buy stock
was a mother to their opening minds
duty to his business who docs not invc-stigate
The eanhiy dsy is over, '^he 'has
Sbe -thus read the deeper mcBOIng
in
this
.
company
It
you
had
to
pay
arid hearts. She understopd '^Uer
this new powerful inflitcnce. which means in a
lid us how evening brings us to
of monibs, trees, flowers, with
twice its face value and mortgage your
than any of ns what the Savior meant
e to pay for it You can get it
word, the complete and s.iiisfac;tory solution of
soul's. o}-e. and Interpreted the
Father's other home—the house
i mere fraction of its actual value
. when he said "Suffer the ChlTdren
the great vexing problem of
lerial Id terms of tbe spiriual.
made with hands:
It you act promptly.
come unto Me." Tbe children in ma
The world seen was the evangel .rf
GRAND TRAVERSE A ARIZON
practical
in
1
a rural home -hart tbe companionsbiti the world unseen. .In a moment of
Quick Service and Protection.
MINING CO.
3707-tf
"Blit when tbe sub behind the hills
methods* and
of the noblest among
she sees:
favorite speaker
Has dropped his golden cro'wii.She believed in tbe Inspiration and
atfannen’lttstlAnd dusky gloom the valley fills.
power of womanhood. Not only as the - Beside the trodd^ pathway ttf the
tntes,
granges,
Each lays his burden down.
centre of the borne, to make and
street,
HO». cvnrs o. urcr. etc., on all sorts,
preserve, but she believed women could
of farm topics.
sweet wua rose stood fair before "By various paths.—from near, fro
As Mldilgau'ij
- .. fanner governor he
unite for their own and the higher
,.my feet.

far—
mage
an honorable and valuable rscgood of all. Tbe local Woman's club. j^R-hung with cups of palesi pink.
The
weary'lalwrera
come;
He is Rtin. enjoying a rigorous
Ihe State Women’s Press assoelstion. With shining hearts of powdered gold.
507 Wjlhelm BIk.
Sales A.0ent.
Behind are led all cares that are.—
old age at hi* home In CoMwiter. Mich.
the LAdies’ Library association, bad 0<^ must have put It there. I think.
All Jat^s turn toward home’.
ihelr Inception In her lofty
For when, with petals opening, fold on
'The women fell, she Is opr leader. It
fold,
.
A snort time ago a grange was «"The Father's house, with jvcleome
Is safe to follow where she goes, to The dainty ItlbsMms met r
ganlsed at the Ohio State nnlvenlty,
sweet.
climb the heists of thought hnd
the first strictly ••professtonal" grange
eyes.
Swings open wide Its gates.
ever Instituted, The offleere were as
with her. She sought to open the door My soul was flooded wjth a s
And wescried brain or weari^ feet
fpUows: Master. Professor Homer a
of the higher Hfe for «l women. Her
prise.
A pcMefiil rest awaits.
overseer. Professor Alfred
Home Cheer page in the Herald
And—how 1 cannot tell, or u
; I
lectnrer. Profeesor A. G.
the weekly benediction to a multitude. The loneliness and sorrow all passed Hpw sweet to tbifik. whsto’er the day. McCall; steward. Professor O. B. Gal-,
4 ’
Many a woman who had tolled and
. hy.
Howe'er we go or come.
breath; assistant steward, Profeasor A.
trudged all week found the^ ease And then I seemed lo feel
F. Burgees; cbaptoln. Professw J. W.
Or alow or fast hours slip away,
from toil and tbe cure of care.
secretaiy, V. H. Davis; gatebefore,.
Tbe nightfall brings aH hoqie."
rrofessoT C. 8. Plumb; Cersa, ' i
The lileran- work of Mrs. Bates re­ How deep and broad our Father's love
As we take the look of love today
Mrs. Homer c. Price: Pomona. Mta. J. ‘ ,
veals a rare elevation of mind,—a per-'
spreads o'«e must remember her own words;
Warren
Smitii;
Flora. Mrs. H. A. TFsb- < '
yading atmosphere of pure thought. The His of life.-tbls life that so'
"All must go. The one who goes has ^tady asalstent steward, Mrs. J. W.
Every sentiment was upIifUng—never
'shall cease;
simply been called first. For bdr no
The offleen srths installed by
4
1 how His, messengers of peace.
a depressing word. The humblest
regrets are due. I.ife's stress' and «-Oovenior
^ 1
j. BacheMer of New
commonest thing sbe touched she lift Stand by oUr pathway evermore.''
strain are over. It Is only to us wbo ampshire. oauonal grange lecturer. A
followed. Nationa] fleeretary
ed. Porgettlng Ihe toll trf the past she
remain that the way is lonely; If is we
msit a hit when be said t»
Her power of spiritual vision was
pointed, to the possibilities of each
'miss the touch of a vanished
“•,tt»e Of orgaaixatton: *T hellere yon
flew day. Pew writers have been able for humanity, too. hand and tbe sound of a jpice that is
Moceed. Too appear to be ■■ InShe'lived in an atmosphere free sUn.’ All that Is worth the having
to maintain for ao long a period
• leiiigem as tbe avenge grange.*'
lofty and unbroken a plane of stimulat­ from the dual ^nd grime of eerlhly
sUll—ours here and ours beyond,
life. and. could see the good lo all.
eternal in God's heaven."
ing thought.
F*' ------------"Within us." she says, "is the Divine
Tbls marvelous woman, sbntln.wiih
sugg*s« by tbs aaa physical burden, w«e]d undertake s^rk only waiting to burst Into
““•I Icchtrw for dtocnsalon la tbs
flame."
graagss are as follows;
and accomplieh wbarbibera would
Back of every folly, every wander- •~^junp8 were used before candles.
>• the
- • ------------- —
dare dream or.
, People who appreciate neat and artistic
eonalderaOen to oor
g, she saw the Child of Ood. From They date back almost as far as his­ to come up
Sbe kMt alivg the purest of the pio­
tory goes and were commem lu ancient
4
neer ti^icloDs. Reared in an Inter ATioi^ walks of life went The weary BgypL -China, .Ateyrta, Greece and primary caucus « local riortKm. sad
work af;g aiways pleased with the kind of
wMt
is
our
duty
In
regard
to
Itt
and
laden
for
comfort
sad
light;
esUng pioneer ^ome. she knew tbe
Rone. lAmp, from tbe Greek lampai,
oTsoti should bs obwork we dp. If you would have that
4
best or the early days. Sbe has made and they never left without a gracious $ torch, and candle^ from kandeel, tbe
ty
«ur
grange
to
addition
to
the largest coniiibnUon to keep alive word. 6ba spoke the universal lan­ Egyptian word tor a common lamp, holding the
msettogsl
4
kind of work, let THE EAGLE PRESS
In a succeeding gMeration a regard guage of love, that all can understand. origlatlly meant the same fhing, and
4 ;
A friend called in these last days tbe Mosaic candlestick held oU lai
for the men and women who first gave
i ^
not candles, as we now use tbe woi
have your work. We will do it on time, too.
character to this community. The and satd, "Sbe looke<1 so good, so
Man early improved on the torcbee
• aimple ways, the homely Joya. tbe un­ cheerful in suffering; 1 can novci- cum- of the Homeric age end can^t tbe
•verwhere rscMvsd ovw tiis counter
alloyed friendshi|«, Used as she told plain again."
idea of obtaining tight trom po
of them, ^me never abat^ her at­
The cares and trials of others wen- fiber soaked in animal or vegetable “ P^eai fqg tea. sugar, meal. olL
braid, tobacco, natent medlrines and
tachment to the men and.women she dissolved in the crucible of her mag­ oUa. Lamps of brass, brouze and atone *‘^*'*1 habMdsabery. Accounts
^ I
here been found lu "le pyramids and
knew In the early shnt-ln daya.
nanimous bean.
kept open and Roods supplied on credit
To acme darkened mind she would In anriont Indian i iples, and com­ ^ t>gss.
Mrs.-Bates 4i^eld the world of daegents travellni
mon terra cotta o:. were In general
4 ^
ture as'Otid's thought In form and col­ say. "You think It is impossible. Try it uae for domestic pu osea In Greece In
with worthlesi teas.
I m^dant, bawkor. All nature spoke to her, and in and tee. Not In a day. not in a year, tbe fourth centniy U. a Ike eartlest
aad-hsly pktots^
^capacious mind ell sounds, colora. perhaps, hut sooner than you think candies we bear of v.-en these of tbe
^gSMCBBr
your aoni will fall In harmony with anrient Romans made
rttobes coated
jHgsst renwsy
the Love that rolw the'world. Tea ■widifatorwax.
ttsHooss.

TRIBUTE PAID TO CHARACTER
OF MRS. M. E. C. BATES

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CHARTER
REVISION

Dr. W. F. Strangwayt left la*t evtti.
iiig for ToroDto, •on buslneas.
The EagiM will held a maetlng to- CLAIMED ATTENTION OF CITY
vlclu after caucns. It tf^mored tbAt
COUNCIL LAST. NIOHT.
. Hie voKh)> prcsideat la Boing to. aet
. up the dgara.
The Ladlea' Aid aeeiety of the Con.
»:i:ecatiun8l church will meet with
'>Irr, C. A.. Hammond. 526 Washington
MitH’i. tomorrow dtiemooD.
_ The postponed maaqiierate party of
■ Hie i:ast«-TO Star lodge, will be held
n'hiirsciay. Alarch 23.
L^lee may Some Changed Until They Were Hard■ lirtiiB busbandi'ladlea
elmrrb and coagregatlon/will meet
lusually long aeeslon and a full
attendance of aldemen marked last
night's regular eedion of the city
coundll. The main business to which
atieniion was given was the retidrt
of the charter revision eommluee. and
this report, ccmsIsUng of 20
type-written sheets, was taken up
I,.- beiiMllled.
UUe by Utle and discussed secUo
aecUon.
There were many amendmem
the chaner recommended by the
mlttee, the nMst Important of which
were as follows:
1. "That the board of public works
shMl consist ot the mayor and three
members, to be MJpoInted by tbe may-

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chair from under her. in the fall she
was badlj" hurt Internally and about
the spine, and ana compeUed to under­
go two surgical pperaUons at the boe- Receipts to Be Used In TltUng
Chucch Club RoMjt.
iplul. -The caM-wu tried in Colum­
bia Ob change ot venue.
Orange haU
you -DO-N'T HAVE TO WAIT
I gathered
BALL8TON. M, Y.—Miss Rebecua aljht bY tbe i
I any longer.
Out ^ring
ed here since 1868 and was tbe origin­ Jones, who 20 years ago became fam- hear the entertainment of the May•ibe woman who was able" to fiower club. The audience was eo-line of Clothleg is here, so you
ator of teh grape ^wing industry id
hold her tongue." died at her home thuslasUc over every I»rt <if the pro­
can come in and get poor Spring
Huron county.
Sunday afternoon, aged 88.- She gram. which the boys rendered in
Suit. Also an np-to-dUe line of
Ann Arbor.—Breakfast parties form became known as "Silent Becky" when very happy manner. It was an eve
Spring 1UU>—all of the. latest
the latest Iniftivatian ol tbe senior she defied 'a oonrt and refused to testi­ Ing oMnnocent and wholesome'pleasstyles—the Flat Iron-Bound Iron
girts m the univerelty. There bus fy in the Hammereley wIU case, her
The foBowlng is the program:
and all kinds of Iron. WiH be
been pishned a series ol early morn­ evidence being important, as she had
\ For those who have
Opening chorus—"Carry Me Back
pleased to have .von call and sec
ing lunches for "co^ds" and these been a servant In the bonsebold. _
“Spring Fever."
“dbjeuners" are to be given monthly ihcwgh confined in Ludlow J^reet Jail to Old VlrgiDla."
the new thin^
Son—' Bill Bailey." Willie Bari and
-in the new dining room of Barbour iB Kew Yoik City tor a longxerm. she
never yielded, and the
gave up Mills Dean.
gymnasium.
Song—"That'S the Way to Spell
despair.
JOHNSON
BRU6C0.
Chicken." HarUe UmprichL
- Song—"Pec»le Living in OUss
Houses Shouldn’t Throw Stonea," V
128 East Front street
Selgen when their deughter Pwt
He Straab.
turned home fioni a drive with Char
SMg—"Ise Got Mine," Ed Smith.
2. " Tbai there be created a boardHe Shank, and announced tbalt they
rrdm-i^r-nhin, io end. and does it
Song—"ni
Wed
You
in
the
Golden
In'ih'!
of assesBore of three membera,. who had been married at Centerville In
Summer Time," Ned V«» Sickle.
afternoon. Tbe bride is 188 years cM
shall do the
Sang-“Going Back to BalUmore,
tl{e superviaora of the sever^ and Bbank Is 26.
Willie Bari.
wards.
Song—“Zulu Prince," Miss, Dean.
That the senior aid
Adrian.—A member ef'the Lafayette
FIFE LAKE.
Song—"My Old Log Cabin Home."
ward Bball be a member ot the Theatrical, company died here
Fife Lake. March 20.—Mrs. A. E. Harry HdU.day.
whom there" was no understudy,
boaiB ot supervisors.
Song-"Will I—Fi.“<l My M®*^
4. That the mayor, aldermen and member was the magnificent lion used Bannore bu returned from Pearle,
There?" .Glee LlmpridiL
members of the'bovd ot public works for an impottSDt part tn one of the where she went to attend the funeral
Of a house are largely adiietl
"America." entire company.
Bball be given salaries.
noted entertainer's acU. The lien bad of her mother.
xo by worn out orpoorplnmbU.
Lewis
Perry
has
gone
to
Trwversc
ing. which is always out ol
been ailing slightly with cold and
' niat the membership
Monologue and song. Mills Dean.
repmr. If you »re • annoyci!
leD here after the perfewmsnee while City to attend the adjewmed term of
lay will beseeaatStelnberg-sG«nfl board «f education be changed to fire
HooologDe
and
6&ng—"If
I
Get
Back
in this way let us overhaul it
the rest of the company went to. Tif- circuit court as juror.
members,
to
be
elected,
no
two
from
and put it
orter for yoiiy,„ r8 bouse next Tuesday, March 28.
Will Eady. wife and baby.'of Crof- J NaahvUle. Tennessee," Piwak Sad­
fln.-O.
aad you will find that the cost
the same ward. .
ler and Harlie UmprichL
toD.
are
the
guests
of
relatives.
will be nothing as rompared
'6. That on special asseesmebts foir
Tn- “^LUTH QiPBRIAL'
Violin solo, Lay Ruby.
Mrs.
J.
J.
Nelhart
of
South
BoardKalamazoo,—Led by the seniors all
”l» paving or other improvemenL the lim­
Wheat Flonr.Monologue and song-"Meet Me In
3706-tf
1 whitest "bread.
it to which any property may be as­ asses In the local High school have man, Is visiting her parents.
u'p a bafh Toom or kitchen
Mr. and Mrs. beft Curtis of JenningB. St, LouU," Ed' Smith.
that will make your heart
sessed shall be 26 per cent of lu valu- Jtfintly adopted a resoluUon that tbo'e
Farce—“Cbarile Over the River."
MOOO WASHINGS WANTEO-Men’s
visited Mrs, Curtis' parents, Mr. and
glad, without large expense
ation
instead
ot
-IS
per"
cent
as
at
shall
be
no
hair
cutUng,
tearing
down
Miss Vertiice Van Sickle was a
and ladies. Traverse City Steim LannMrs, Joe Clark, last week.
present.
ot
class
banners,
class
rushes
or
oOiiP
dry. W. Y. Bums, prop.
S70S-tI
Mrs. Molly Place returhed to her oompanist on tbe Schaffer piano from
7. That the justices ot the peace in kinds of "rough bouse" this year. Last
home at Manistee today, after spend- (Mnnell Bros. -Grwt credit is due Mr.
the city be given the powen hereto­ spring the local High school Imitated
a few days with relatives and John McIntyre for driUlng the boys.
Citisena Phone No. «0.
,2*3 East Front Street.
fore held by the judge of the tecord- the hair entUng at Michigan, nnlverReceipts amounted to about $20.
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the recor4- alt}-, and there were some lively Incl- t^ds.
Doc. 4. 1W4.
Mayor Fnlgfanm and Sheriff Johnson tVhat is left after expenses are paid
denUr



^
#ra
court.
will
be
used
in
fltUng
up
the
May
Trains leave Traverse City aa lol
ot Traverse City, were Fife Lake vlsi•nie foregoing were the prt^ed
flower club room at the Congregational
lows:
Portland.—The first jam ol ice cami tois last week.
church.- r
For Grand Raplda. DetrolL Toledo. changes which were tbe causes of
J. AJbrigb
. Chicago and weal, 6:00 a. to., 11:86 a dlBcnssloiis. and some ot nhem were down Grand river at an early hour yes'town last week., He expects to
TK. and 5:00 p. m.
changed and altered nnUI those sec­ ^rday morning and lodged at the
CAREFUL OF THE FIRE.
occupy his residence in Southtown
For HuskegDT, Saginaw, Bar City. tions bore lltUe resemblance
bridge at the-sOlith end of Kent street
-Port: Hnron. Toledo. Detroit and eaaL
the near future.
Tbe heavy gorge tore the center pier
nro sttaar Hatel K««»«ro at I
original.
C;00 a. m and 11:86 a. m.
Mrs. Geo. McKee has gone to Mar­
••a SMtheru X»«lg.
from
the
structure
and
caused
a
total
^lien
the
first
title
was
read
by
For ' mlstee, Lodlngton and
cellas for a visit with her sister, Mrs.
In the smaller hotels of aonthem
’ waukee, 6:00 a. m., 11:86 a m.
tbe clerk, with lU various sections. wreck of the bridge. Tbe bridge
Bert Reed.
Italy and ef Spain, wrltea Mr. Hart
6:00 p. m.
bum last August -at a cost of $6,000,
YOO WILL FIND THE LARGEST LINE OK
For E8k Raplda, Kalkaska, Bellalr^ Aid. Dockeray ImmedUtely aroee and
Mrs. Whiter Hough of South Board
Two
Atfonaott
Spain.” the mliced btmself as opposed to:—the equally a^rtloned between Portland man. was in'toRu last we^
1 tovlsti ftowly tresn, The
Cbarleralx and Petoakey. 7:80 a m.
NOBBY, V:P-T0;N0W •
and Danby.
> «m>lay a tonailng aoUelt_eia(loD of a hoard of s
and 6:60 p. m.
a F. IIOHUKR.
cause he believed the dUsCBS to be
“ "■
J. KHHOR
Oeo. Pans- Agl belter saUsfted at present than they
Stanton.—A. G. Stevenson, propri­
Mrs.
Angus
Campbell
Is
vlsltlnf
AgonL.
vram they sometimes spend half their
would be 'should the assessing duUes etor of the Centra! hotel here, started'ralatlves at Kingsley and Mayfield,
time trylng.to keep tbe servants8 from
be Uken from the supervlsore; the lor Chicago about a week ago. since
Mrs. Richards of Traverse City war
prescribing that' no
which Ume no word has been received the guest of her father, Eugene Tib putting too much fuel cm the fire.
To prevent Americaiu and other
ibers of.ihe school board sbopld from him by bis famUy. Jt U thought betis. for a few days.
Shown in ttie City.
pyromanlacs from meddling
the
be from tbe same ward, for it there that worry over business troubles is
Mr. Qrotr la sufferiog with a cancel fuel they often keep the coal bln lock­
MY TAILOR
are two or three ^d men for the ihe reason for his slrsnge dlsappe.-i.ed. It U a touching apedtacle to see a
1 his blp.
places, aii In one ward, they ahonld snee. Tbe hotel property is bdavUy
121 CASSSTREET
group
'bf
Americana
ablvertng
round
a
Hiss Katherine Herr waa In
be elected, rather than men from some mortgaged and he is said to hare been Iasi week, arranging for the shipmeoV UtDe stove: to see tbe servant enter,
ASK FOR THE LONGLEY.
other wards, who are not ao well Rualtake ont a key. noiock tbe coal bln.
ly embarrassed otherwise.
of her goods to Blk Rapids. "While
iBed; tbe appolnlmenl of the members
are very sorry to lose Miss Herr^ w« put twa or three spoonfuls of coal In
the Btere and then l<xk the bln again:
of the-board of public worits. lor the
are very glad she bas secured so good to aee the gimlet eye of a Granada
citlxens do not want so-much author!l>racUce Idmltod to
locatloD as Elk R^ids and wish bev landlwd festened on bim from tbe of­
from them! the provialOD Houghton county, and In consequence access in her new home.
EYE, EAR.^ NOSE ami TBIIOAI
fice; then to see tbe hapless Americana
members of the boa
the sight of a stray dog running about
.Fhigene Quackenbush has
back Into their overcoat collars
Cttlxcns phene public works shall be from tbe
the streets is enough to cause a reril- Traverse City to serve as Juror, Mrs. and wish they were-back home.
wprd.
As an Distance of tbe deapernUon
able pshie and a wild scramble <m tbe Quackenbush aco
CLOHIERS
UNION
ST.
Aid. Gibbs moved that the Utle be pan of pedestrians to get out ol
whlrti these cold hoteta drive p««tle I
Mce in a Levantine hotel aaw an
adopted with the eicepUoo of those harm's way. The disease has been
EMPIRE.
dderly spinster seat beraeK In front
three point*, and Aid. Lardle moved most prevalent at Calumet and Hough
Empire, March 20.—Bert Tedball
an amendment to tbe motion provid- too. and on tbe south range, where has moved bis family into the Ferley af ttie atove In tbe men's emoklng
I EXAMINED FREE.
room, with her hair down, while an
ing that the title should be adopted tbe authoriUea have caused many dogs house on Mill BtreeL
dderly female friend gave her
I
r*LASSES
as read. A yea and nay vote resulted to be kflled., Men, women and chil
Mrs. Pat Bowes and daughter Ber­
Uround
In the loss ot the amendment by
dren
bave
been
bitten,
and
a
number
To the euggeatlon of the acandaliied
nice
.have
both
bear
111
tbe
past
week,
1 That are Guaranteed to Cure
vote of 2 to 8.
ervants that, she ahonld finish this
ows have died from hydrophobia ' but are better at this writing.
■ Qeadachte. Straighten CrossAid. Murray then suggested Uiat Pec^le wh6 have been bitten have
2 Eyes and Restore Perfect Vision.
Mrs. W. H. Marahali^md aon Harry Intimate toilet operatton in her own
room she replied briefiy that aba had
tbe three aecUons be taken up sepa­ been hurried away to hospitals.
ol East Jordan visited here with Mrs. found the only warm place la the ho­
: Dr. P. A. WoUe
rately. Mr.Jflbba said -that be stfpMarshal! a few days last week. '
CORNER EAST HCHTH AND FRANKI IN STREETS.
tel and propo«d to finish the abaowoo
poaed it 6' be the duly of the superGOOD HOPE. Ala.—During school
Miss Lulu Patterson U "visiting In there, which she did.
vtsors to ^ the BEaessing and he did exercises here J. M. "Wtoodall dropped
>VD.; She has been teaching school
not see how that duly waa to be taken dead when he saw his son. who
at Suttone Bay the past six months.
dreadful poisons.
from ibem.
Mr. QlUett stated that impersonating a corpse, teme onto
Mrs, Milton Hodge. Mrs. Wll Mor
with the ewaUon ol an assessing (he stage by some ot his compan
TW-e. -r Meromvx Methtde WIU
He and Mrs. L. B. Woloott rialted
hoard there would soon be great adlast Wednesday at ihe home of Mr>.
The Kind You Like
diUonal expense incurred. Mr. Gibbs
'Tbe more dreadful poisons." aald
CITY OF MEXICO.—‘The price cf R. K. Boynton at Bast Empire, tbe
icued that the secUon providing tor meat bas advanced from 26 to 60.per
dtemUL "a*"®
known to a fS
casloa being Hin. Boynton's 7*lh men. Mercury methSde, for lusUnee.
le usesslng board be stricken out cent in tbe last month and dealers birthday. ,
my jwo^le say they never jr<‘t
So
the Inhalation of whose fumes pro­
and the moUon carried by a vote of charge that a meat trust is at work.
eak; 1/ you are one of thes»i ptH'lilo
i
liccfetcal
The funeral of the two-weeks^lJ duces incurable Idiocy, can bo menuC to «. Aid. Oniett moved that the Tbe aituatioQ Is serious, as meat la al­ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dunn
tell us your
vour trouble or phone
uhone us ami we
wt will
fartufed by two luUana and by no
You c
cli^ In regard to the appolnUng of most beyond the means ot the lower Burtickville «-at held this morning
give you as tender a cut of steak a^^ ymi could .
«ne else In tbe world.
the board of public works be stricken and middle classes.
"DbatoOTs U a poison used in XodlA
le Catholic church here. The IlUie
wish" for. Beefsteak to Ite nice should be
Parties with small aa well aa large out and tbe motion was carried unIL too. produces Incurable idiocy. A
le bad been ill from its birth.
means can Increase their Incomee by
fried as quickly as imssible. Ilayo your fry'
animoasly
NAPLES —There were frequent ex­
The" Odd Allows had a banquet iu BritlEh army offloer told me of a^
investing at once. $80.00 margina 10
ing pan ^hot wlien‘you put youi- steak hi.
In regard to Uie Uilrd secUon, Aid- plosions from the "crater of VosutIub their lodge room Tuesday ulghL Just ca*s-a case of two rival talloro. one
done ami you will have
of whom gave the other a amall doee
shares stock or ijm bushelo of wheat Dockeray -ag^n spoke In favor of last night, accompanied by ejecUous
serve as soon
as they were fieady to sit dow^ to tb? of dbatoora. The victim of the drug
good steak.
and an advance of ten pointf will i
aboli^lng tbe restriction that no two
ieacent matter, visible from table several of their wives called on
Idio, s" the rrot of ^
you $100.00 profit for every $30fi.
members elected to the board ot edu- Naples. Falling masses of matter rea­
eat and moved hta em^
vealed. Accounts of $304)0 and up­ caUoD shall be from the same ward, der it impossible to approaefe; -the them. They were ^ven a hearty wel­ life He
-n though be wet* sewing. He
come and Invited to partake ot the
wards are accepUd..
WrIU for our dally- market letter, and made a raoUon to that eSecL Ur. crater nearer than 800 yards. Adjac- feast.
Glllbtt said that he believed there
il villages are not alarmed.
free of coat for "the aoMng.
Wm. Hodges of Ttaverae City has
so groet as to termloste nearly always
sAe capable men In every ward In the
been vlslUng bte mother. Mrs. B. K.
AINntSTB d CO., Isaken ui tnkm,
ROOK ISLAND. III.—The will ot F. Boynton, and hia brother, M. Hodge,
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city and Mr. Lardle moved an amend­
IS LaSsIk SmtL Chta^a.
ment to the original moUon that the C. A. Denkmann, disposing of an estate the past few days.
aecUon be adopted a^ read. Aid. valued at $8,000,000. has just been ad­
John B. LambWbi and Mlaa Maude ^^•^toora, mercury meUilda.
Ovlatt wanted to know how, If any mitted to probate. Denkmann mado Johnson, oldest daughter
a. Joha- captan and some twenty Otter polsoM
ward had a grievance. It might obuts "bis fortune in lumber, and owned
soD of tbto ^hce. were married Sun­ at* neither made nor
redress without a member of the tenslveolmber lands in tbe South as day. March 12. at Bnrdlekvllle, by the
well
as
sawmills
in
tbe
vicinity
of
board from that wart. Mr. Docker­
ReV. Mr. Linscott. Both bride ani
ay remarked^al be believed that a Rock Island.
groom have many friends who wish
victims to tnleld* or to
them much happlneas.
person frotp^sr P*rt of
they leav.
WASHINOT)
)rts
during
go to any mem% and that if a man
Ing snspldou* or nntowas|. Tb# giver
Is Cheap* Glean cannot aee beyoi^ hla own wart, be February were larger than in any preNew.bi-cakfast foods for every ti«:k
of ibeoe poisons is secure from any
month in the bistory ol our com­
Tliut ii.arks the pa.ssing hour;
.
. and Reliable..^. la not fit to be a member ct the boarl. vions
"If mountain sIckBcai aho^ corns fear, of punishment
"Hence U U no wonder, is it that
There waa no objection made to the merce and' tbe'exoeas ot exports
Hut onlv one won’t make you ku-k—
upon you your bitterest enemy wUl
the
itomi
men
who
know
s«d»
polcutting of the membership to five In­ Imports was smaller than In any lead your horse for you. The symp­
.lust Bread from Qur BEST flour.
.naa
keen
knowlodfs
to
them___
keep
their
knowledge
stead of 10 as at preeenL The amend­ iBonth slnee June. 1897. The imports toms era tboae ot habitual dronkenIt ;pM era HSinfi pewar It will
ment was put to vote and was carried ot February were $108,000,000 and the BWa.' AH the limb* shiver, and U the BClvee.—Tblrago nrootcle.
Bold by All Doalora. MaontacrtirMi by
' pajryeu to lnveatiA«t«.
by 8 y^ te 1 stay. Tbe original mo­ exporu $109,000,000. against piactJeal- hlopai—. face ttM tqrm bave that exDr* Bawor. . .
Uon as amended was carried unani­ ly $119,000,000 In February, J904. The tramfilnaiy look ot Insanity which U.
An eartern tbeumiUe who wa. vlritcaused by sn inabnity ta focus
mously. The aiUre tiUe was then large Increase in importations is chief­ I
The speech comes with dlS- teg in aoulbern Arizona wa* naked by
ly In maanfaeturere' materiala and
adopted as dlmlnated, and it was
Se editor of on* of the
dalUea
cnltT,
and
in
«M
ekss
that
I
saw
the
Bnardman-RIver
Ucles of food.
dered redrafted.
maSal "cahawyB.ni obviously st vrliat be ttaonght of that conntry.
“Wonderful dry air," aald the lavanUe 6 provides that tbe justices
teolt as ■ Iht
Under’s
Electric Uftht 8
FORT WAYNB, Ind.—A Jury at Co­
ot the pesce AsU have eertain powers
and duUes, which Include those at ^ lombia City awarded $566 damai
Power Company. 1^ gnist eisdarent veated Ja 'the recorder’s, noort Mias NetUe Smith of Fort Wayne
' oonrags as the «T While yooTe atopplhg Kae fw
netof* aaEMwar
•Dd the UUe was adopted, with tbe against Merle Rouch, hm- cousin, aged
L-Tueker- JSir health yon ought to let me w»d
for all partial.
excepUon ot a seotkm "in regard to 18 yean. Rouch thou^t to play
Toomypapw."
}c>ke upon his cousin by puBIng her
(ConUnsed m Tags ffix.
Coo|Mraville.-^on C. Ull^, depui;
aute dairy and food comml^oner. has
to Wiacraaln to look up some of
the phases of the dairy work In tfast
state.

'1

Inlands
Compound

Geo. W. Miller

Neigl^iorhood
''Correspondence

-The Running
....Expenses

iLJ. MERCER 4 CO., PLUMBERS

PEREMarquette

At Fashion’s Headquarters

Spring Summer Hats

FREDGHEUMANN

Prices $1.00,1.25,1.50,2.00.2.50, $3

DR. W. F. STRANCWAYS

KUBECK

& HOYT

EYES

JOS.

SLEDER 4 SONS

Choice Beefsteak

Large Fortunes Are Made
Daily in the Stock ond
■ Grain Markets.

Electric
Power

BEST FLOUR

Hannah & Lay Co.

——~

ism

innnmns

the daily eagle,

K-GLE WANT ADS

TAkINQ

another name

_____
Hashing >■
*
Kakiag

Stand will be at Morgan's bam. Wle, phone No. 3. Will also bhave the soc
■ and hack ready at stable for any ci
tra calls that may come in. SaUsfac^
tton guaranteeil In ail

fcUQHT: wagon for delivery purposes.
« ,J» «. Curtis' Grocery South UnirMONEY TO LOAN on porsooal prop
i faireet.

erty, in sum* .lo suit. I. Newland.
liOUSE|CBBPiro-^Uuel be good ' room 603 New Wilhelm block, fifth
oook; good wages. Address C. Gfloor.
Pnlver, Otd Mission, or call clUseha'
/.phpnt. STOO-t- '
WOOD. COA», and Draylng. BoUi
.MAN to do carpen*6T^brk in •
i^onge for citjr /loi. B, J. .Coofec,
CUisess' 'pboneisw.
37W-tf
;GENTS to sell our goods In Traverse
City anfl surronndlng towna Tijo BETWEEN brewery and ‘ Traverse
City, a fur robe, with
Gr^ Atlastic & Pacific Tea Co.,
binder return to Brodbagen’s b«rn
«aglnaw, Mjch.
3699U2
and receive reward;
307Uf
SITUATIONS WANTED.

f

That PrAlhItn
a Chahga.

‘•Custom has made It almoat univer­
sal for aU male pereoni to bear tte
namen of their parenta," aald
Uebe of the local coUrt the otbw
morniua- "It eeema nalhral that It
morning.
SoSTte » Nererthelesa there la
aothlng in the laws of thU country
nreWbiaug a roan-s taking another
iame. and no legaj pefi^ty
to hta doing so. There « always, how•ever. a possibility of ija being attended
with ineonvenlence and perhajw loss to
himself.
“There is a way by which a man
may change hla nnme with the aanction
of th^ l«w. and that Is the only msfe
way. But the law requires him to aa«lgn some good reason for the change.
Men have assigned various reasons for
wlahlhg to change their names. Sometlmca a man wishes to drop bU rltbt
name because It tt of foreign ort^-in
and difficult for an Amealcan tongw to
pronotmde. ltds may tojure hJ

hla b'.talneaa. as toere Is andi a .
as gpjUdJce even In this free and
anll^tened commonwealtb; or his
name may have in English an abanrd
or even vulgar m'canlng and anhject
him to unpleaaant jokes; or It may.aaeodate him with some nbtoriana crimi­
nal or be the cotinterpart of eome name
■which hlstoiT made Infamona; or it
may be mlaapelled and consequently
- on bis entry to OiU

(ConUnueij
, abolltlou
of ihe aupervisoiii'
Tbe feeling Thatiis the cUy .PW*
little over halt tSf uses p»l^ In the
county.'ll should »vc » taJ*®*
' ■“
ihe'.^rd of sup®'’^'*ora than five uui at 16 members,
reepcnslble r„r ,1,;, latroducUon of "
section providing ^t the «eBlor al
derman from Vat**- ward shall b6 9
member of ibi- t>wrd of supevvlaors.
Two of the airtebnen ihought that
such a Sten nngbtWeaie Wc''"" *'“**
the country supervisors, but' when
the mailer taaie-lp a vote'.only Aid.
Millar voted SBaihgi the
he siatwtl Ibai beitboughi the alderno rigirt w mix in wlth the
supervisors.
• Salaries of City
One section provided for salaries
ail city officers. The, t;ect'0“ s'***®
that the mayor sball-feceive, not m
exceed $300 i^r year;''be aldermeu,
naf to exceed $200 ^i. Pbr ye*r: *b'
roemhers of the botfd.of public works,
not to exceed $2d0>acb per year; a" '
the clerk, treasuiv. marshal, etc.,
receive whatever ^ount the council
Bhhll eel. without limit. The aectioa
Infanta ate left orphans l^as asopied. The length of teh terms
' by the father after the. ot,^ city officials was also chang-Jd
considerably.

YOUNG bird dog. Owner < an have
• same by paying for this ad.. Ad-:
dress B., cire Eagle office. •08-t4
t] I'USITION as marine or stationary en'j -glneer, by man with YS years’ ex: porieaee. best of reference. Address NOTICE OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT.
J, Carter,’814.Bohemia street, TreY
To Wm. Fowle. Millar i Morse. Mrs.
’ erseGity, Mich.
8701U
.7.- J. Backer, Jas. Spencer. Ella L.
Fowle BbL, Henry Wlschnewsky. ,AuBust Beliner. Anna Germaine, H. 5.
>- •
TO REN-I.
Barget. Jaa. Tromley, C. GennaUe
Bst. ■Vie C. Palmer...
Palmer. A. E. ytllson,
.
TWO liouste'snd lots tor sale or trade. Wright, W. H. Edmonds, G. A. smiui,
, Alderman Duckmy said that there
Elleh Holdsworlh, neighbors to take a child Md a
E. L: Ransoi
K. J, Cooke, Oitlxens’ ’phone 350.
giving it their own'name.
own' name. 1In th
...............
Sebumski
Fr. An»n Langworthy. ^v^
is some opposition'to having the spo3700t26
__ _____________
. must apply
party deairtng to adopt
Lon Roberts, Cbaa. Kroupa, Kroupa ^
raised from 15
E>tt. V. E MonUgue. R.-J. Flamming, by a written pettUon to toe court of toe
25 p« cent of the valua­
MUUSN al 846 State street CItixens’
Burden,i. B. S. Hadley, F. A, Bek- pUce in which be lives asking leave to
Chaa.
.. .s. Par
Parmenter, adopt toe child and dtange its nami tion ot a properly, but Alderman Larpliorre 719.
3700-tf
ler. W. B. Nelson.
:
perand all oil
Hannah & Lay
rdle
remarked
that
there
will be very
the grading aod to that of toe petitioner. The order Utile, properly 4fcproved where H
INELY fnrnlshed rooms or suites. sons Inlerested
allowing toe adoption and the change
of Bast Front street fron
' Batta. steam heal. etc. For meo paving
of name most be filed with toe courL would be a bardataip «> tbe property
___ __111
of Pack aUeet
s^ • New brick block, central.y east
line of Welimgton street take notice ao that the real parentage of tbe child owners, and that 15' per cent is too
located. Apply to Bert Bills. 274f that the roil for the special assessbe subsequently established if low. and Imposes an injqatlce to other
moot heretofore made by the Board
laxpayers than the one directly bene­
Special Assessors for the purpose
“When a adult appUes-for leave
BOUSE at 428 Washington sueeL A. of
fited, while the benefit to tbe owner
of defraying- that part
W. Lind. Cadillac. Mich.
91tf
decided should be change his name be moat give hip place
which the council deel
luch alHJve the amount of bis asof birth, residence, age and whetoer
born and
ibd paid-by
I
special assesi
ment. The section w adopted,
he
Is
iiiurried
or
single
and
whether
..
Ibo
grading
and
paving
of
Bavt
FOR BALE.
Front slreei from the east line of Park there are any judgments agnlnst him Aid. Dockeray voting against It.
street to the east line of We.Illngton or outstanding commercial paper In tbe
Matter of Recorder's CtaurL
HEMLOCK logs for sale or trade, bo street is now on file la my office f'.r name which be seeks to abandon. If
•The opinion of the counellmMi. In
skids at the railroad at HartetU. public iDEpeCtlOD,
in any-of these cases the court IvaatliMich. Bari J, Coofec, Traverse City.
NoUce Is also hereby given that tbe fled there are no objectionable reasona regard to the matter.rf Uie abolition
Clilsens’ phone 350. / ■ 3709-lf
of toe recorder's court, was that
CIO- Cdimcil and Board of A:
tbe order la permitted granting a
of the City of Traverse City «'1H m
should be inserted so that.
dtange of name. The order must bt
NINE-ROOM house
Union street
Council rooms in said cUy
if desired hereafter,.^ .council may
for sale and five-room cottage ou April ihe 4tb, 1905, at 8 o'clock p.-m. filed wltb toe cletk, and thirty days re-esiabllsh the eonjt .-“nie commit­
to review said assessment rdlk
Twelfth street. . C. Gibson. 8k7 which
lime and place opportunity w
tee on charter revtalfia wm Instructed
Union street.

'07t6»
be given all persons Interested to i
ffluat within ten days- toereafter be
I Insert such a pn^Ion.
heard.
pnbUahed In
...
Special Election Vettos piaces.
Dated this 2IH day of March A.*D..
. The largest stock 6f Bdjson ami
by toe court
Aid. Dockeraj^thought afcal It wouW
■Vicuiry records in ntH-tbern Michigan
“Ihiu tbe law protects toe perMn
a be for toe best-ibtoteets of too
at Ortnnell Bros.
3706-11
-who for-good and suffldent r^sons de­ ..ty to have, at Urn* (ffrepecial elec
sires to assnme a name other than his
tions for bondlng,,^e^, only one vot­
ERESH. green cut bones that wilt
The order of toe court being re­
make your hens lay. Nelson ft Rus- NOTICE OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT.
ing place, as at pre^ prided, and
To The Potato Implement Co., Haii- corded. aU toe rights of'toe Indlvldnal
sell, 315 East Front street. S705-tf
ah & Lay Co.. Sarah Hastings, J. T. ■whldt may nbeequently accrue to him the section In regdd to that was
; tb^couiRll may, U
Hannah. B.' wnhelm. Traverse CUy imder hU original name are presarved,
JARM for adle, known as the Gunton State Bank, E. S. Pratt, J. W. Mark- hta
beteg^der the taw fully
call lor^totetniia^oae voting
lann. -Wm take bouse aad lot ap ham. Cltv of Traverse CUy. 'M. A NB. R. R. Co.. H. D. Alley. Straub Bro>
-• psymenL Enquire B. J. «|®^
CIV ator& Amlotte. Nathan M. Turner, pere
UNIONS NECESSARY.
Marquette. J. M. LArklns, Geo. W
.1 GOOD second-hand Remington type­ Raff. H. F. & A. E. Bougbey, and a;l Oaly AulldetC For Cafitlaltatle Mo- shali have-toe power to re-divide' the
other persons interested in the grad
eliy into wards, not to exceed nine in
Bopolr. Sara PreCeaaor Gray.
writer—a bargain. B, J. tlorgan.
lag and paving of West Front streci
3705-tf
Btrikes were condoned ns a neces­ number, upen petition of cliitpns that
from tbe west line of Union street ti
such should tie done.
the west line of Oak street. takc. noUct sary evil under prewnt IndnstrUI
. ilOUSE AND LOT 00 Spruce -street. that the roll fpr'the special aasesn dltloDs by I-rofessor John H; Gray of
Upon Report.
A bargain for cash If taken this mejit heretofore made by the Board ol Northwcstcru university lu a recent
There were- mmeroos oihw alleramonth. For particulars address R. Special Assessors for the purpose of discussion in tbe Young Men's Chris­
tltos and amendments to the char'.e'C. care of Eagle office.
3703-tf
tian 'nssodatloii auditorium. Chicago,
recommended
intoe
report,
as finally
of "Tbe IJilhir Prolilciii and
. UUK houses and I
paid by special assessment for' the Unimi." lut-iiieutally lie declared that adopted as amend^. but .those
grading and. paving of West Front toe uirrclIessneRS and unscrupnions- tioned .are the principal <uiea. Tbe
sireet from the west line of Uillon sesa of tbe striker arc matdicd against
proposed revision -will, tie presented
street to the west, line of Oak street
tbe legislaiuie, whlcli mast approve
Is now on file in. my office for public the ruUilessness of tbe empIoy«.
owrr cD^ne and boiler'complete. inspection.
"Tbe Btrlke-ailaiittcdl}- la a relic of them liefore they will come Into foree.
^:ar1 J. Cooke, Cilisras^^hooe^ 350.
NpUcc Is also hereby glven'That iio barbarism." said Professor Gray.
C. M. Frail Realgna
ily Council and Board of Assessors “Still, even with violence, blooddied
r the Clty'of iVaverse City will-meet and dcstrnctlon. which orten-etfend. It , Chairman C. M. Frail of the board
•••CLL SET ENCYLOPEDIA
_i the Council rooms in said city dn is bsrd to prove that the laborer be- <.f public works tendered his resigna­
April the tth; 1905, at S o'clock p, m. bai'CB more Imiiroperly than tbe capi-. tion from, tltt- board, as his other busi­
to review* said assessnent roll t.i
ness will noi allow him to devoU the
aiy Eagle Office. J which lime and place opportunity will ,Ullst.
■^"So long as euployers refuse to cod< necessary iimc to (he board work. It
be given all persons Interested t<
UY RESIDENCE St 202 West Eighth beard.
fer with tbeir men we shall bare was accepted.
street Victor Peiertyl. Enquire sU
Dated this 21st day of March A. D. strikes. I believe, bbweverT that toe
Estimates of Paving BUM StreeL
- fflee. 126 State atreeL
STOOtf
1905.
oniena of such demonstrations
The board of public works submit­
ted plans and estimates for pavi.vg
City (
HOUSES, farms and horses.' Terms
Stale
street from Cass to RaJlron-i
TeaiH>nBb1e. Howard Whiting.
I’rorpssor Gray defended toe syiuBIOS
WANTED.

avenue,
tbe estimates being as follows;
3708-t-26
atoetic strike, toc.boycott, toe union
Bids will be received by the„Board ■bet and tbe closed sb^ on toe-ground the width uf pavement to be 44 feet
of Pul^ -^rks at-the City
frcrn Cass u. Park, toen 40 feet
■X'ASHINOTON slreot residence; good
lucailou; near buslneas center.
Boardman avenue and then 32 feet
IM* bito
sold before April IsL rels (Wre or less.)
Railroad avea iie:
Homer Howard. Eiaglo
Eagle office.
3C97-U
tolhgi) ethically.'
Bids will be recelred until 7:30
Brick, with stone curb to Boardman
o'clock March 31st, 1905, and then pub­ explaliKHl. -coutending ihal labor luo;
avenue
an.l thence combined curb and
'SHETLAND pony, broke to-baniess licly opCTiPd, Th^ right to reject any nopoly Is the only antidote for capi­
, o.' saddle, new sleigh, harness and
all bids Is reserved, A copy of the talistic monopoly. The great problem gutter—
ecificatlons can be'seen at tbe
e Gity
I
. Tiding pad. Sbllsoo' House. 3798-tf
Private frontage, $22,447J5.
vrhlch the fntnre must face Is a tinion
Bngincer's office.
of combined tabor and comblnM capi­ .Street enwsinga, etc., $4,442.15.
Dated this iSth day of March A. D tal agnlnst toe consumers.”
^SlDENCB on wisahlngton atresv
AsphalL combined curb and gutter
'modern conveniences. Apply to Ur
throughout—
By CHAS. M. BEERS,
1/wkhart. 710 Washington street
etk of the Board of Public Works.
PAVING NOTICE. Private frontage, $21,618.
3708-e-o4
rsuant to a nisolutlon of the C ty
Street crossings, etc.. $4,356.
Council passed at lu session held on
BithuUihlr. combined curb and gut­
ITie Home Guards, a mlssionarr vo- toe Snth day of March, 1905. notice
Mv' residence on 620 hTUh street
' Want to Bell at once. W. D. Tuyner, cicly, composed ■of little Elris. will Is hereby given that the city of Trav- ter ihrought.ui—
Private frontage. $23,625.40.
at M. & L. Merc, lio't hardwaie serve a supper at the First, M. E. erse City proposes to make tbe follow­
ctfurch Wednesday evening from 5 lo ing ImprovemeOL ‘
Street
crossings, etc.,, $4,671.40.
<lapartment.
3681-tf
To grade and pi
7; price, only IS cents.
Stale street
The report was receli-ed and placed
ss sireet to
HOUSE and
be west line of Railroad avenue, and
Mhool. nKriUtT OKTIIK oiM.ITIo;
half block west
tpeciScB.tloaH. plats and dlkgrams and
Hose Company for Fifth Ward.
Home PurCall at J. W. Sister’s

-esiimaies
lies of cost have been
. . filed by
A peiitlon'thst a hoec company 'ue
8227-U
nlshlng store."
e Board of Public Works^n
irksin my of..
flee
e and are open to public
pubir examina­
pubite
examlna- formed for the Fifth ward, was graht'od
apd a cnmmmiication from B. J.
- <>r tion; that tbe City Ctonncll have des­
Hans offering a hoee room at tbe cor­
ignated as a district to be assessed '
Rapids Brewing
■ nriiiiriii said Improvement, vix:
ner lit WashlpgUH) and Hose streets,
Lou 11 to 20 inclusive, hlockwhich may i,© teed for election and
rUlX SET ENCYCLOPEDU AMERl- lx«uiaiiartU*-oum.............
Origlna! plat,
as2.i)aa.ii Uits 1 (u 9 inclusive, block
reglstrathn purposes also, at $25 per
OANA. just published by SciuLllc
tA40«t
rlglnaJ plat.
year, was referred to the committee
.unerlcsn Co. A bargain at $50. Overdraft* .............
Ilauklnx IKhiw...
Lou 9'tO 16,, Inclusive, block II. on fire and watw.
'inquire at The Dally Bsgle Office. If
’SSS rlginal p1a(
L«is 1 to
inclusive, block 21.
I>ii<- from tnnka In rr
An iDvliatlon was'extended
DO YOU WANT A HOME Where you wrveellle
-. H. iiiirt
iiiif
NstWM
1. O. O. K. to Md toe annual grand
can grow what you eatT 1 Uhve 7U r.
acres of GOOD land lying adjacent
cncampmeni torilW* h) this city.
mi\-«rrolA^
hiclualve. block 13.
! a part of my lam,
, “Hill"
Two hundred ieet ot temporary
S-K-kittAiitPeeBiB
.
that I wUl-aeU In one
riieeha.
...a. raeli II,
liyma. Ii
ter pipe wore oifiered laid op Dlvisioa
*nal rv' enu«Vre<
Origlna] plat.
street to Kuppiy-water for the bulUdudes some of the finest buUding
Uoti liaud :.^ln
I/oU I to 8 inclusive,-block
locations, nearly as fine as “HtllIng at (be Wewt^lde Caiholie ^urch.
Original
rl^nal plat.
' '
creat" Also a fair locaUtm for green
A. L Joyce wto given penntaalon to
Lou 1 to 7. inctuBlve, block 9, HanbouM and vegetable gardens—noni
i.iAiiii.n-n->.
move his boll^ -worlu across the
to. Lay ft Co.’s 5th addltloo.
better. Terms. 25 per cent cash
Lou*l to 13. Incluslre. block 8. Han- sireet from Ugtpresret locsilon "
balance in---------- ——“•• *
lb. Uy ft Co.’s'5th addiUoo.
at inilUrewL CaU and aee me
Ea«
FTOt stri.
All In tbe village (now city) of Trs-Coarse and fine gtayel.‘«ood
ravel.-!
‘ pUste>
' '
U BylTHmbWWas given permission
erwe City.
ing sand and ridi eiihh
eiOto tor
^ sale 1i.
Tbe lou to
i<> build an ,ad4^ to his ytorebouse
8. Pratt. $12 Bute Bank Bdldteg.
the
trontag.
$7065
at Ifae currier^ Ninth and Union
imell Will m
Htsie ot SIlrblaaii.t'ouDty ororaixl Trnvateeels.
OAB moiNE^m tiaAs tor tabor or erar.a.—l.Mamort GarlanA caalilvr ofih*
laid oa Eighth
';*tont to toe Immsrebaadtaa Bart J. Cook, Cli
>rovcment as af m to FTanklln
d and to lbs dis
seas- -pboAs $60.
$?D6tt
ay of Maroli, A T>
through their
. MIBCELLANBOUS.
aaked that a
_
KoUIT Public.
fwightfi
,d toe-taattw was
OAILV EAGLE WANT AM MY
-Attorney and the
i' IRONING « work: by the day. ^
. -phones 18S.
370

Traverse City State Bank

I

DAILY EAGLE WANT

PAV f

duty

OF UNIOKISTS.

ALL .fiMOULO WIPPORT THE LABEL,
6AY6 JOHN MITCHELC

'

ol

De.

, J5R. K. P. LAWTON.
Office room, removed to. New Mimaon
Mock, next door to Dr. ElgglBS'
office.

-

Bpeeiat ettentk..,_________________
dren. Room 499 State bank buDdIng. Both 'pbonea.

eUlre Aeltoa..
DR. ARTHUR BOLUDAT
Hie following cxtrecte from the-an- Removed to Office over Fieri National
BankClUMM- phone »2t
anal report of President John Mitchell
of toe United Sflne Workcre fomlih
DR. HOLDSWORTH
ftrong evldoice of toe fact that tb( Mercantik Co.'s block. Spoelal attontabor nnlotrtsta of the country who, be
to -ye, ear nose and tfaroai
cause of toe uature of their •
UK. E. D MINOR.
Cion, cannot* well use a tuilon label aiv- N
■'geecial attention to eye, ear, neee and
tbOTOiighly alive to the neoessj:^ ol
toCPti. Glasses fitted. Offitte ov“
gnpportlBg the labels uf sUter.'or^i
Ame^Cgp Prog
___________
"Every year I have directed toe at­
tention of our inembership to the Im­
portance of pnrohaslng goo<U manu­
factured • or prdQsced by organised
workineQ and bearing toe trade union
label, and I'bare repeatedly recommcodeO to our locals that
be appointed for tte pnrposc of visitliig retail’ merchants and Tmpressiiig
upon them the necessity of bandlln{
aQd offering for sale goods produced
by union tabor. That these efforts
have met with a fair degree of succeu
is attested by tbe officers of toe rarions organtutionB naing the union
tahel. In tols report I wish
erale these recommendattons and to
emtfiiaslse as strongly as I
vital Importance of dedsfve ac>l«i
along these lines.
“At no time In the history of toe
trade union movement has tols etfiblem of fair wages, sanitary work­
shops and reasonable condlttans of em­
ployment been ao bitterly assalM by
toe enemies bf trade imlonlsm as at
present It Is a matter of common
knowledge among those familiar with
toe Industrial situation that tbe Manu­
facturers' association and tbe Otttares'
alliance are doing all In thplr power
ce the use of the tmlon
label and to discredit r
srbo bsve plficed It upon toelr goods.
“Of coarse It may be said that i
real miners we have no '
In toe union.taberslnce our prodoct
cannot bear IL bat this Is an Incorrect
view‘to take and
ly la entertained by veiy fw of

the adversity ot o
respondlngly affects every other organItetion. If H were possible to weaken
destroy toe onions using toe ' * '
It would be only a tiueation of time
rmtil tosaster- wonld overtake toe orgardretions ot those crafts whito owing
to &e nature of their product------make nae of toe label
"There are many otoer reasona why
toe members of our organisation aboold
give active eopport to toelr feUow trade
onlonlsts in otoer crafts and callings.
We shoold ever keep In mind and
ahotild seek constantly to repay the
debt of gratitode we owe to the Mgua^ workers of our coimtty for toe
taed
anaterlal aid and i^mpathy given
Off them dnrlog (bo days of adven

tOD«E NOTICBS.
Aj_Sol

« ™ » W„.

lai „o«. A.

Doebess Camp, No. 2345, W M -A., •
at Woodman ball Monday ev^ ■

5.;

CoaU. N. G.; Chas;, A. i

liaverBe City lodgi , No. 222. F. ft ^ •
Regulsr cons^aicaUoD Mond^

C. D. MILLER,
Dentist.- State Bank Building, Room
3-a.5-*06.

Grand Traverse lodge, No.tOO, 1. fh
). F.. meets every Taesday evening.
>: G.-Shorter. N. O.; Lee Hornsby. Sec.

day eveniag's
___
Everett, W. P.; O. L. Clapper, Secy.
Office new Wilhelm bloc
TTaverse'cliy Bnc
L O. O. F„ meets first, i

Dn. snYd^r. den.
Office over press’s Bsvings

DR C. A. BURBRIDGE.
Dentist, 303 Wilhelm Block. CItixens’
GRAND RAPIDS ft fNOIANA RAIL
phone-148.
WAY TIMECARD.
In effect BapL 2S. 1904.
T. W. THIRLBT, Dentist
Trains
Treverse City—
Over Barmim ft Earl’s Jewelry store. $:10 A leave
m.
connecting at Waltoe will
-Both phones m3.
north and sonth.

DK. T. A. WILHELM
DENTIST
City Opera House Block. R«
A D. tYLBR
Dentist Office 505 New Wilhelm block
Isens' phone No. 68L

at WaltOB for north and south.
4:00 p. m. tor Northport
Arrive In Treveree City from cnoner..
ting main line treins—
1:26 p. m, 8:00 p. m., U:40- p. i
9:00 A m. from Northport
Parlor, Sleeping cars at Walton
lorth and eoBth.

MISCELLANEOUS.
rv. M. ft N. E. TIME CARD.
Lmfsv z4v. City...9:S0ftm. $:60pfti'.
A. B. CURTIS
Leave Plaite Rlvm $0:2Sam-4:3S|Lm.
isneral Insurance, and Real Estate. Arrive Honor ........ ll:04a.m- 8:60pjuMoney to loan. .Office over A. V.
Friedrich's shoe atore.
3385-U
^B*!B.^^13:10pjn.
" Interlochen . .10:83Affl. 4:47im
O. U. HORSE
" OepsmlBh ....UrOSaim. 6:2SbA.''
-he Popular Auctioneer of Grand Trav­ “ Eolm..............Il:2«a3h. 6:44pm. '
erse-county- Office 330 E. Front st. “ MariUa...............12:07p.m. e:^.to
Treveree City.
Gleogarry.......... 1:00pm. T:20p*
" Wexford............ l:26pjn. 7:46pxa
“ Mantatee ....'12:10p.m. 6:27p.m
VIA COPEMIBH ft A. A. R. P.
l Share’s bare o UtUe Tavern,
Ar. Frankfort..........
S:20p.ta.
“ Cadillac .......... 12:65pm. 7:10p.m.
PRATT ft DAVIS, ATTORNEYS.
Durand ............. 5:65p.m. 9:26a.m.
Traverse City Stats Bank Building;
Ann
Arbor
___
8:15pm.
ll:S6a.n.
third floor. Suite 311-312
" Toledo ................9:40pm. 12:66p.m.
UNDERWOOD ft UMLOR
Treina '.jr Cedar aty and Prove
LAWYERS
moot leave at 6:20 a m. and 3:50 p. m.
Money to lean on city.and farm prop­
Treina from Provemont and Cedar ■
erty. Rooms 1-3-6, Sutherland blotk. City arrive st 8:14 a m. aad 6:48 p. w
Trains on main line arrive at Trav­
erse City at 10:50 a. m. and 6:48 p. ».
F. A. MITCHELL, Gen. P. Aftg block
J. F. JBNKS. Ageat.

-When we were compelled to fight ;
MARK CRAW.
oar very existence.
parcels and light draylng.
“In summing up oar doties In re­ Trunks,
Charitable contributions delivered
free. Leave ordera at dty Book
Store.

action be taken
"First—Ths't eato local aulw which
has not* already done ao appoint a
sfiudlng committee of not leas than
tiiree memben, whose doty It shall be
to visit toe varioos mertoants and Im-.
press npon them toe necesrity of hanl
C. O. CARVER, ATTRACTS.
dllog and offering for sale prodocts
red by organised workmen Office with O. P. Carver ft Bros., Ne.
207 East Front street
1-1-5 /
and bearing toe anion label
“Second.—Tbat at least ten mlnntea
at each local meeting be set aside for
the fmrpbse of'.beariog toe reports of
•Q<m committeea and for a general dlscnaslon upon the subject of toe onion
label
"1hlrd.-That wherever It la poaatole
to do so aoxlUiUT organisations com­
posed of toe-mothers, wives, dangbters -and sisters of coal mlnen be
formed to tbe end that ttey may be­ Clare. Alma, SL Looia itoacm Ovoesc
come famlller with toe various anion
tabels and Imptetsed with toe tmportance of pttrdiaslng goods bearing Howell, Ann Arbor, Toledo^ and all

JOHN HORSFIELD
Cor. Hill anil Bay Sts.,
Will SUPPLY YOU WITH

Cement and Wdl Plas^r,
Adamant Wall Plaster.
Invincible Wall Plaster. ‘
Imperial Wan Plaster.
Ivory Wood Pulp Wall Plaster,
Champion Stucco.
Li^ Wall Fiiiish . ^
hnd many others..

toem.
sootoere end eastera points.
“Fonrth.-ThaL as a primary mi
to toe consammation of toeae objects,
J. J. KmBT. 0. P. A
one local onions see to It that there U
organised in every mining eommmilty
a toandi of toe Retail Clerks’ IntereaBy doing ^ it
t -with ns toe
bring into co<d>

A Key ta th* Labor Frohlea.

It has become an axiom In toe eommecetal world that in toe long ran
tooM tranuctions most promote
bnyer and seller. It la coming to be
realised In tbe induatrtal world that tbe
same thing la tree regarding toe arbetween employers and
employees and that n
toe only healthy indoatetal condition
ta that Id which the empl«r«r hai toe
beet men obtalneble
obtainable for hta work end
toe workman feels that bis tabor is be­
ing sold at the highest market ptlce.H. L. Gaott in Bngtneering Magaxlne.
Braaht (be VtaBL
One of the moat stubbornly fought
labor contests known to Chiclnnat! and
adjaeent cities In Kentodey eemt "
<dos« efteralx montos’ daratian.
stitkere were' brass molders of a New­
foondiy, and toe strike endport (Ky.)
(I
•d by toe strikers buying the plant.

stolto will
-----------------toe cbteperatlve plan. ‘Ebe capital stoito
la $40,00a conatating of 160 ihuaa at
|2S0 per Bhare. 7t«s are aboot sevenWbre sn old meld bumps, her heed
bu to worty over toe Wsy pecgita wUl
;H^er If'ber bnsbend did IL—BaldAmerican.

DIRECTORY
PHYBtCIANB

DR. AIMBT HOLUDAT,
Gradustt Toronto UnlvsrM^. OiBes
•pbone UR; TSS-. W4, Mimstm I

m
Yonr clmice ol Six
dozen Ladles’

Silk Petticoats

Tbe bataneenfa lioc* liouglit dlrerifrom the Quanfactnrer at a btg
sacrifice. They are worth f7.50, but we put them oa sale today at
S8.4S. The lot consists of changeable, also [ilain colored and
Btaek TaffeUa.

98c

An^er Bargain
Vimr choice of c
and Pris dr Bole Prt)iooats, beautifully made, deep
fionnee or small rnffiSB. The regular price is
$l.S5aod$1.50.
Special for this sale......... .......................... :70C

E. Wilhelm
AND imiON STS.

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