The Daily Eagle, May 16, 1907

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The Daily Eagle, May 16, 1907

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

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1907-05-16

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EAQLE.

THE DAI

• • Oyr
Mlumn iuli helpwl »
> hutulrs* or peept* *nd m«p help •
»yoo U.yM will only si«« U e*
»triei.


BLOOD POISONING
RESOIT OF A BITE

paiitan



(Sp«e.al to tJw
^e.]
Uar iS.'^'onl has been

lAS.'wiSE. 8ALOONI8T OF HONOR. ^

AMPUTATED

WOyilD Miy BE WBE SEiilOUS
Him the Door of the Inititotlon.

If you do it will pay you to take a look at the

MATTRESS
^ We are selling for

$10.00
and dxcri rvtuil pm-.

alifti h<-cl in ititt malt ri.'s>.

J.W. SLATER

, UjcniEht lio »

Barney Brozafaky, a Farmer, Bit Wyae ^
at He Wa. Trying to Show

POOR GtSlEPT

sdicide;cmpact

(Special to the DaUr Bagle.)
Honor, May 16,-JaB. Wyee, a ka: WHILE IN SCHOOL TOGETHER
looiilel of Ihle place, la minus a IKlK-'
THEY TOOK OATH TO DIE
finger and atands a chance of losing
SIMULTANEOUSLY
hie band as the reeuU of a fight with
'
Barney Brozofsky. a i>n-6|>ervmb farm-

I
reported

;IW0 IRE DBB UB rao DVIil
as gctUng'

Brozofsky la
loud In the Wyae aaloon and In u at-1
tempt to show him the door a alx-upj I Health la Given a. the Cauae :
enaned In which Brozofaky bit the fin |
Each Caao—They Took Strychger of Wyae. Blood poison set In and
I at the Same •
the end was amputated. Yesterday It
Mew.
was found ncceosarj in remove the
whole finger.
(Special
W
the Dally bgle
The result of this mla-up in c ase the j
wniind prtives serious, is etvgorly { lies .Moines, la...Jdsy ]i>.—Bound 1'.'
• well 1*' I oath lakcii In Khool together, that
awaited, as both parUes
OIK- died all eElouId die, four Iowa
known here.
I go Is aiic'inixed suicide. Two of ibciij
; ar. d-.'ad and ihe other two an- d.'iOK.
The girls live In different pans
'viaie niicl sll aliempted to take lh«-ir
ihvc's at 'he same hnua. in the same
, WMV and lor ilie aame reason
dead yiie Miss Kale Farruw of
iiure. cither (or the care i
cradlac and firl^^^up^
...........ighaiu. Kittle Brocll Ol Cot
■drl.F .... IIIN...K„h
I h'li irlii-i of Ronapartc-

IMOTICE

»»»»»•»•»••••••

• Preah aauBiiawl wln^

PEREMii i jyEnEriiEiGHnn
REUiS SHPPa ID lUUHII

Eoua URs pia n>

OUT OF RESPECT FOR THE MEM­

Mrs. e. Legg of Bummit City Died
Last Night.
IN ADA COUNTY
(Special to the Dally Eagle.)
Summit City. Uay 1$.—Mrs. S
Legs, aged £6 years, died al the home
of K. S, Wyckoff, where she has been
living. Iasi nlghL Paralysis ceuaed
Haywood Begins to Take an Inxcreet ber death. The remains were pre­
In the Work of SecuHng the
pared by lYUz Caru?r of Traverae Clty
for shipmeDl to Indiana her old
Jury^aughe With the
Court.

IRON. STEEL

BREAKS

WOOD

BENT,

ALL SHAPES

THRS HIES smni r tin
ACCIDENT WAS DUE TO A BREAK

FRISCO GRAFTER
PLEADS GOUTY
ABRAHAM RUEF

AND

TWISTED AND BROKEN INTO

Eiu$ NIB ms lonniit

(Special to Ihe Dally Bagle.)
Bolae, Idaho. May )6.—Oni of re­
spect for the memory of Howard'
gesi, the Bret Judge of the Ada ooaoty
Distria court after id^o bad become
« state, the court over which he pre­
sided did not proceed with the prelirainary stages of the Haywood trial
tuomlng. Judge Nugoit was the faof John Nngent. one of the i
scl for defense, and bis funeral Was
held this morning. Court adjourned
uciii This afternoon.
Exhibit of Skirmishing,
There la sull every reasem to be­
lieve that a Jury will be selected be­
fore court adjourns Saiurday aXierncxiD The opening of (be prelim;
challenging period begins an InlereetiiiK exhlbli of Ekinulsblng on both
sides, which have been preparing tor
n for many mostha.
Hiiywood, who al first seemed lo'
lake llule Interest la the prtlceedingl,
has changed bis attitude and now la
<,(l-n in rluae consultation with bU
cotmsfl and listens cloeely t<
.liiPSilcnlng of the talesmen, taking
,>l pverythlDS
Wheoerer

»

CITY EDITIOir, 4 P. M.

ORY OF THE FIRST JUOOE

HAS TO HAVE FINGEft

■w 1a

BOISE COmiT
ADJOURNEBIODIIY

Pair tonight, pretaMy «WI«M< •

» by ohowm PrMay Mfth aM •
» WMt peAon..RMng-----^—— •

>AT, MAY 16, 1907.

TRAVERSE CITY, MIOHIO-

VOL. XV. . NO. 4383.



BEAM OttOPPINQ
DOWN

steam Wrecker Prom Grand Rapids
Arirved at f eon to Clear the
Up. but No One Was
Injuiwd.

DOWN

Fere Marquette freight train Ns. U,
northbound from Qivnd Rhplda, went
into the diteh this tnemlng st B:«B.
mrlee south Of the city. wWl tta
exception of the engine. Ns. 1IB.
which wss drswing the train, and tin
caboose. There were 13 iearisd ear*
Judge Continues Case Two Weeks for and the caboose In the min In ^MrfS
Conductor Oebson and BnfllMar
Sentence—Attorneys and
BoyleClient Differ in
The only trucks remaining on tha
Opinion.
-ack were the rear trueka of tha Ca­
boose and one elds of the front tryetca
(Special to the Dally Bagn
ear. That ne one waa Ihjwrad
San Francisco, -May 16.—Abraham
miracle. Tha members of «M
Ruef. aervous and pallid, today
sere badly Jarrad and alIgMty
Judge Uunnet cuuru pleaded guilty bruited in the ear.
U) the crime of eiioroon. (he (elonr BREAK BEAM DROPPED DOWM.
I-yr which he was lo have been tried
It is supposed that ths wrack ma
by the Jury alnisdy selected,
occasioned by a break beam dropping
pleading guiUy be made an Impreas- down and ditching the cars. Tha B«ln
addresa to'the judge, suung
was running about 35 milea per-hotir
bad comnieoced bis
the time. The wreck ocoiwred at
s with high ideals (or himself and
ller's creek near Overcliff dairy
the city, but (hat conditions had farm run by C. H. PHday, Tha rear
broken him down and be now dealred end of the train had aimeat get be­
only an opporluuliy to make repara- yond the culvert of the creek.' but fer>n and restore bia cbarscier before tunaUly the ears at this end of* tha
train were not thrown at were theae
e world.
at the front end and did net go down
As be conciiidod tus ajdrewa
back Into Us chair aliuost-taluUng the emhankmenL Where the cans
were thrown the fartneat from tha
and the tears coursed down
chwks
HJs health, he said, could track, the ground is more level.
not endure the strain ol the trial' That iron, stoel and wood could be
wblcdi he was lacing and ihe lonure int and broken as they were on some
was beyond the endurance of thoae of the ears it hardly credible unleea
Ths heavy rolls were ^eked
who were ncarest and dearogt to Um.
Before Ruef arose, bis aiuneys, up and thrown at right angles to thp
Aeb. Samuel Shoriridge and track for a length and a half. biadInB
without brsakta^r^
AND WEEPS AS HE MAKES
STATEMENT

WmS EHUCE TO RSBRII

went

end

the tnieke and ends of t
buried sevsrsi feet Ties are splin­
tered and for a long distanea If the
bent track and splintered tics did not
stick up, it wo(||d not be known thors
been, a track along there,
distance Ihc ties and ateel
raile are completely thrown to one
side, the track being torn up for neah
ly SOO feeL
An Awful SighL
.Mrs C. H. Friday happened to bo
icKvklDg out of the wiDdov of ber
(CeodsDed on Page Six.)

wa NRi sHffliluiitii he:
HAD

nulei I'lii 'rrv preuj wedding
place yeaicrday afiernoon a!
residence -'f Mr and Mrs. A. Randall
^st Bay. Xhe contracung parties
being their rtaighier. Miss Kalbryo
Randall ol ibis city, and Thomas La
dahl of CariiilRr Opiy a few relallv,-*
and iDtlmaic fn-ods were present
sumpiuous wedding dinner wss
served by -Mrs Haodall. which
luch enjoyed by ihose present.
I lTOSi«er-'US young
I, bolding a p->siliua win.
be Anr -Arbor Railroad company and
118 a beautiful home nicei> (iiralshed
-eady for ihelr houscke-'pliii; after s
wedding trip
Rev. J. w. Miller was ihc ofhciai
H clergy niac.

Extra
Dry
Clothes
Just Received.
Another lot of Cravenettes (,<a»n
coats) that are certainly up to our
usual standard for good values and
a perfect fit

Umbrellas....

Sherman & Hunter

PRE8TIOE

Had One of the Finest Homes In ths
County—Wefe snd Children
Survive Him.

(Special to the Dally Eagls.)
Simons Bay, May 16.-Joseph KJrt,
wli.i has (or years been known as
Vanki-e Kin. died at bis home in
I. ,.eliinau lownablp last night after a
week's illness of pneumonia. He had
one of the finest homes In Leelanan
ruun'y and was well-tu-do. Uli home
was In the Bohemian seUlomeal.
where be bad cuualJerable prestige
and iraiislau-d iiiueh business for Ills
iieighbors.
Mr Klrt borai.H- 'rry rromlnehtlj
ku-iwn during the Hyman-Klrl lawMill amcb was tried In the Leelanau
year ago. The case
.as bard fought on both sides sad
was finally woo by Klrt.
Me Klrt was born SepL U>. W73.
Riibrrt R Wxllrr. f..uu(y cl--rk
II. - was a member of the GUIs Pter
Joined tbr v„luDle«r fire departuieut (.'aiboUr I'hurch and belonged to the
Chief Murru,' has nut been informed Sultons Bay camp of Modem Woo«L
as yet. bul the eounly rlerk. who Is 1 men. He leaves a wife and UmUy.
little toodert. was out last night with
the garden hose praeUelng how to di­
rect a Blrraui on a raging blarr.
The chimney «t hi* home, which
oonoecu wlih a fireplace which had
not been used all winter, ttv.k a no- Opened Today and WH| be a New AtUactl«ei.
iJon U> burn nut. and It burned and
burned Sparks flew and endangered
The American boa ball alleys were
\v.-<i khk-hth
^ D. Poole to the
£.-rdi-n hose and
Beadle block. The game is etmUar to
ladder and iiiuuiii.-d lo the roof of regular bowling along the line o* «»•
the building anti kept the ahlnglee wet pin*, but the alleys are shorter, ths
down, H.' had all (Ills fun (or nearly
different and the gams is iMs
slrenuous than bowling.
^”**'1 It Is the first of lU kind to bs
ozecuuve
i uiHinea nr In the city snd wlU ub.u.ha
prove quite an sltractton
for the Fourth ol July thought
he w9fe
experlmenUng wUb the Idea of gei- this summer. Both d
Ung up somethin new In the way of I'iay.
for the Fourth.
AS a chimney Ore attrsetion and Erehe deeerves first prtee.

uBiicMiigmE mills

at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00 to $4.50
Detachable and regular style han­
dles. it's going to rain -better see
these.

CONSIDERABLE

AMONG HIS NEIGHBORS

American
Drug Store

DAILY EAOL

Th4 missj^ EBgie

tw for thJa country if Umio Imd been In getUog loose Im
. .
no roTolDUoD. Peitap* the c*ntl«nan plaaed on Ms (eat and sevoral hand­
la right, but one cannot but wonder cuffs. at a time.
OTFICt 112 W^#T FRONT tTRErT. If there bad been no revolutlae. ..
The performance McEwen gives ts
B«th PkMM N«. U.
the ludicrous spectacle the British lion
le of the best and most clever
•ua«CRIPTtONS:
would present to the gaxe of the worid
given In the city and he deecTree a
m
Id bis efforts to gracefully wag bis
om
crowded house.
enormous American UU.
M BOAtbV, by
T
............................. *U
No Long Talk Nor Big Words
William S. Hearat has been closely
You.
following Mayor McClellan through all

O veO, by anrt
dNM^*r«*u
Ttew
- •

■no Dal^ Bacio wm bo fOVDd OB
fOM at tha Mlovlnc pUooa:
City
Nawa-Btaad: «ty Book‘8t««; B. J.
Hana ft Son. Ml WaahlagtoQ rtmI;
Jooopb Omlor, *10 BaM BHith atroet;
0*0. Ooiaman. SI* North Stnwood
*▼•*■>«; Mo&roo CoaAy Oo., IJbIob
*u«at: H. B. Tmbtfl'a. M* WMt
Elmath *tr**t; J. W. Waoac U* Raodolph atro«t FOr tho eoBTonlono* c
oar patroha, -want adr*rtlaaia«iMa to*
laft at aay of tho abort piaa«.

law wlU be wiped out and a caab levy
made Instead.

that "The

Hidden

Hand" wau written, Robert

Bonner

eerlal story and six months after tie
rat Installment of the story bad been
printed the circulation of the Ledger

U well to keep your winter over-

had grown

wlthln easy reach for a few days
longer.

appearlog in London In a paper

SPLBIDID mm PMm
PUFIL8

called

N- E. Degen for the benefit of
B.

Cbnrch—Grand

Opera

Grand.
Jnao 1—Porter

J.

White

Jun* 10—'Alieo Bit by

llm Thames called Capitola and Black
IXmalds, ladles’ hats called Capltola's,
vtc.. etc.

1 In the City Opera House last night

"Black DenaJd."

especially

solo pans. Rotlk sung by Miss Bios
man, Naomi, by

the beaoUfuI cantata, Ruin and Boar

and Orpha by Mias Julia Kelley, were

There were

probably

pupir* In the

musical

training

all

Bweeily aung, although

high

public school

Boaz to the

and all

during their

lives they will be much more appre­
ciative of the an than If

they had

never studied music at all
there

are

others

to

who

have

take the

Mr. Cod.

baritone soloa

best

advantage.

lee In a

of

part more adapted

I'nlesB she has had mi

ale InstrucIloB on

the

singing of MIsa Dobson was marvelous

slbilitiet of their voices made known,

her Bolns being espoclall.v fine

much to the world lir the way of

A:l

vie, whereas, had they had no aUi

responded io Ihc baton In the band of

school, their sweet voices might newer

Miss Honker In the manner of pro

have been beard outside of their own

fesalonals:

bumes,

dignified and effective, and won man.'-

was

of hiring

being

aglUted

an
Ih

and

the

Bcho-d

is about *50 better off.

library

well worth a larger atlend-

tor- It
We think after having heyd „iin-ihe Stair” waa.riven. _ ________
—dtte
muairwt pn«..«n»t>iirCTntf which
Pcroonncl of the Orchestra.
bare b**B given at various times by
The singers were oupporied bjthe puplle of the Higfa school and also
splendid orchestra compoaed of High
of the gradee, that there la not one
school pupils, who played an ao overwho TOuld DOW say. "Abolish the muven- pretty salectton. "Verso
■'AFBel dlreetor and save the money.
of Love." The pereonoel of the orehes
TllU will apply as readily to those
as follows: Piaulst. Min Jomost useful branches which the board
aephloe Darts; first violins. Misses
Is considering at
the present time,
Mozelle Bennclt. Helen Hannen. Lemanual training and doprestle science,
lah Sw-anton; second violins, Glad>-s
only that they are even more rssenilal
Williams, Louise Rale; cornets, Glen
to the pupil than niiis^. If these
Slanlev, Herman
Codmao; clarinet.
hranebea were added na soon as reJulius Marllnek; double bass. Max
eulls were evident the wonder would
Stanley.
be why any one ever opposed them on
The work of the orchestra was
the grounds of their being loo ea
mented upon favorably
by ail who
eive.
were present aod it was remarked
.Every cent that le Invested In
that there are few schools In cities
public schools yields greater Interest
ihe size of Traverse City where an
than It possibly can elsewhere, be­
organization of eurh advanced musi­
cause It adds to the earning capacity
cians could be assembled.
of our growing citizens and awakens
gel a start In the doing of practical
thlnga.
Aa we have said at least a dozen
timea before, we hope the new branch­
es win be added this year

It Is reported that the president is
not pleased with the proposed consll
luUon for Oklahoma, and that It will
not be likely to receive bis approval
unless some radical cliangcs are made
In some of Its provisions.

Some peo­

ple are eo uncharitable as tp say. the
fact that the admission of Oklahoma
as a state' ot the Union

would add

seven democraue vole* to (he elec
toraJ conege 1s likely to Influence the
pmldetirs action more than any un­
desirable featuros of
new coniUtatlou.

the

proposed

AiDbanador Bryoe gives

it as his

oplnloB that It would have been bet-

WliPii

the J5w<xle* go calling,

they

Ing for a tew weeks, bolts aod bars
slid Int.i place, and theo out goes the
key. If the house lx abut up f
Ure een-.m or a full year, the gayly
swinging door key says -.Vot at home'
to pawraby.
There Is no kicking ,vour heels on the
doi^il
ty

house.

Uie^l^teil ot
Ag^M.

peddlers,

frteod*

and relatives all knew this message oC
the door key aod eeelog It out pass by.
can tm readily liuagliieU, ibis
Strange custom has been put to good
in inauj Insianoes when visitors
not wanted. Instead of trIUng
the maid to inform callers that 31n.
Jones Is not at bonic the mistress ssys
to Jennie: "Hang out the door key at 3
o'clcK'k this Bfienituiii aod bring It lu
at (i. I don't wish to see any one for a
few hours."
About the first of the month in

AMUSEMENTS

«i„. I, I,

plant*

In soutl,

'I III- r-n hid ikkos a drink
wllfiicxfir It fw-lK ihlr-.|} Py ineana ol
a
hi. ll It loll, iiiiw-u lino the wa­
ter. Tho |1H«- when II-.I ill use Is coll­
ed ii|. oil ii„- ;.,.p oi ,ho plant.
The
foriiiaii-.n of ............. .
l>- different
from iithoDi III ii« sjui. le-*. having
Fhiirp Iv,:.,-- i,iii.-e l-i-ad sliiipod.
Ing rnuml ilu- r.-oi uud radiating from
It Irom ilu- 1,-i-iiu-r UI ;tie idiint hangs
the tulic. nl.iiii ui.<-..-igi,tIi
thick nuJ Uhl- I'-tunb of ui
Whefi tmic-h.-d ll grndiisMy (-oniract*
and rolls li-.-if up u, a spirttlike .\>11.
As a rule. lii.-M- on Idds are t» be fuond
growing '
Khera.

STiTE"0r MJl niuAN. Nne n
Court for the County of i

By saving small

•urns regularly, you sleadfly advance to indeA savings account is the right flart.

Three per cent interefl—$1 starU an account

FWST NATIONAL BANK
U. S. depository.

" ‘
of the neighborhood.
Three <
I were looked forward '
with ea_
and It w'a* consl________
eat dlacourteay to bar the door, for
whatever reason, against a holv man
Ckanaeqneotly If a family left home Uie
"■“* always put out against the ar
of the priest.
.Meat and drink
'tft, and should the hol.v man
**• ® vacant house he entered,
rrosbed himaelf, left hin blessing In
form of a candle or a bottle of holv
water or a bit of consecrated green and
passed.
Thus the custom orlgtnttod.
and. although these quaint villages
have become town* *od traveling
.
have passtd away end tb* to-

TRAVERSE CITY
STATE BANK
OLDEST AND STRONGEST BA^K IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN.

Razor

NO STROPPING. NO HOIHNC:

(iillcttc Sales Compaity,

DO IT NOW
Spring Painting

Paints, Oils, Whltelead,
Japalac, Brushes.
New goods at regalar piiceif

JOHNSON & TURNER
E. ERONX ST. traverse; CIXV.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE
ONE WEEK

ii.WM-cr.

STARTING MONDAY. MAY 1 3tH-I'j

MCEWEN
HYPNOTIST

Wanted:
Machine girls and girls to pack
dishes.

Oval Wood Dish Co.

SPECIAL SCEmr

W[DNESDAy, MAY 22

I Mhv.- »ou seen that l>
rt.med.v.Drama that n
talking sb-iui'.'
E.D. E. K J

THE
HIDDEM
HAMD
DRAMATUtD BY EUGEBY MOOBE
m, plot met le bdTodm Mui Coni Anus
os ■CopHola ’ and Mr. Voo MorreU o, "Woof
•'tiliri- .-ast lia» lu-.-n <iii..U'd hy the
i-i-.tU-s M. being aU.in nil ihnl
ouubi Ih- iti-sui-il.
CloJ cTomd, leoo. ibe Arelm.
mat motr coaU be said .>

riS“l.”i‘«ZS.3S.™,75e

•Apr. 2- If.

furniture siirinjT stool, ate
RuarantGcd not to pull out or
break off at the handle
Very
flexible and will last f~r vears
SPECI.4L FOR -SASlffi-

Sc each
Refrigerators
See them in the window.
window.

Tins is something that should be in every home.
There is nothing that pays for itself so quickly as a
Refrigerator. We esan explain this to you very quick­
ly. By our easy paynjent plan every household can
have one. We want to talk to you about those.

SPECIAL SALE
Ladies’ Suits |
’Pill- linii' IS lii-ic- ri" 1I-- (,i l•l,l,r out
I'f >iiils fur llii,-, ,x. .iMUi. I itvn-u- i,, t|j,. c.iiiiin.
ui'cl I'l'M wcatin i- the- .stock is laigrr than it
aiioiilii Ik- ;u tliis time of yi-ar, so the n'lliatioiis iu-o gr. ator tliaii
,\(>W ISTUK

TJMK TO HI'V -

At $7.90
A! $13.50
At $17.50 ,y

of all oiir stjHs that
:i ami tlL’.">().

III'' in tlif V'i-rv laU'st
I'laill l•oloI•^
l,|;n-k
r :d> to fi>() 00.

............ . ''f high grad.- suits—
in-Isoin--|- stylos shown anyu at any price.

We Want Your Account

Two Stores: 123-125 and 417 So. Union Street

|

21 Time.s Building, Ncy York Clt.v.^

MAGICIAN

Special For Saturday Only

The custom started ages ago when It
*.* the nsnal thing for Cholv men" o,
priest* to travel through Pwedinh vi|.
lage*. stopping to leave their blessing

Q PE« CENT
o nVTEBkST

Traveree;
i the matter - of the estate
George Wilkins, deceased. NoUce Is
hereby given, that by virtue of
AND HIS COMPANY
MX BEST FRI6N
order of said Court, made on the 1
Alexander Benton, who lives
day of May, A. D„ 1907, I shall
ri’RKME MASTKi:
Rural Rouu No. 1, Port Edward, q I a: ijuoac
public au<
auction, on the first day of
19(17, at 10 o'clock In the
says; "Dr. King's New Dlaoovery
le north door of the
my best earthly friend. It cured
Court house
•8 II Court
said county, the Interof asthma six years ago. it has est nf said
le In the folio
OOu IHII.I.AKS IWKSTEI)
lerful cur© of
cribvd real estate, to-wlt: 'The'
ILI.lISldNS AMf MAtllCAL
oi.e half of lot number Ktiurteen,
Eyl'IPMKNT
The first’ botUe endeT^he*”
block se»eu, |7I original plat of Tra’
rlblB cough, and this accomplished
Ity. M
Mich , and the oast one-half
WOIU.IIS KORLVUiST
the other symptom* left o50© by 0
number Thirteen, iiai
UnUI_ she was
perfectly
well
bhxtk'i
•n. IVI original plat of Trav
Kings New Discovery’s power c
•sr my, Mich.
coughs and colds la simply mar
A Scic-Dlifii.- Dcmonslraliuii i.filu- t
Dated this lith dav of May. A. D.
.Aous."
No other
remedy has «
.Vrful Mysu-ru.ux ll.vpiuu »- K.., ,
equalled ll.
Fully guaranteed by
E. Miller. 8. E. Walt ft Sons and
HIGH CUSS YAUDEVIUE
Johnson D.rug Co., druggist*. Stic and
Trial bottle free.

Carpet Beaters

Friend* who cell and find t— ....
out feel at perfect liberty to unlock the
*»r, enter and rest a bit before pasetog on. Btnngeri seldom mlauae
confidence.

1^
*V PAY

BB. C P. WALXH PEESEWTS TEE 6IEAT

FURNITURE • HARDWARE

Every dollar saved puU you farther

away from poverty’s grasp.

Tabberrr, of Ha.st Paradise, died Tues­
day morning at R 45 of heart failure
at tho Age of 60 years
She had been
twice married ami was
mother ot
eight children hy her first husband.
They arc Maude Stafford. Elk Rapids-;
Blanche
l,awrcnre.
.tngell:
Millie
Balic.ick, Alden; .M. C. Lewis. Lake
F. H. Ix-wis. Bowling Green,
Fred P. Ia;»is.
Big
Rapids;
Smith E. !>>u|s, KIk Hapliis; Elmer
Lewis, Grand lUidiU. All were at
■r licilside when she passed away.'
The deceased was married to Hcn• Jabberer Oct H, isni. and he sur
veg her. She ha* been a falUiful
worker of the church for a great many
years and was a member of Oie Meth­
odist church. The remains were Uk
o Yuba, her former homo, for bur-

Julius Campbell Co.

FORGE AHEAD
podence.

Cell Are at Liberty te Unlock the
Door end Enter and Rest.

The Drinking Oreh.d.
........ ..

Ing .wrl.i.l,

or*, kunwing the custom and also It*
misuse, scratch their beads In perplexiQ- at thU not at bompslgiua.
Many amusing stories are told of
creditors sitting down to await (be re­
turn of (heir man while the debtor sat
on the other side of the locked dour
ahd chuckled. There hsve been inOnno Laxative Fruit Syrup ts beat
Btancei where a collector baa ukeo
or women and children.
Its mild
the key. unlocked the door and entered aciloo aod pleasant uste makes It
the house to be met by the owner, who preferable to violent purgaUvea. soch
calmly laughed over bis ruse Again a as pm*, ubtota. eie. Get the booklet
a B^ple of Orino at 8. B. Walt
crodlmr has entered a house In which
he aupposee the owner to be biding on
ly to find It vecnit end to be canght hy
McEwen gave another of his enjoy­ the Irate maaier. errested and made to
fine, while the debtor got an eiable
performances
In
hypnotism,
tenslno of time on bis bill.
Klelghl-of-hand aod trickery perform­
tese lllegimnate ueee of this very
ances to a reprosentaUve audience
custom of not only leaving the
Hla work was clever and pleased the
latcbsirlng ouU but also putting the
audience a]] the way through.
TUc door key at the disposal qf all w
fact that he calls It nothing but trlck- paet, are not discovered at first glam
of which he has.made a study., and they are really very much In l
and hla hypnotism, the appUcaUon of mldorlry, for Bweden is pro^mtnenOy
an honrot land. In and around about
laws within the reach of anyone
SlDckbolm there la very little need
they know how to use them, and that
policemen or strong boxes, tor every
he only excels over others because he
man. however low down in the social
has studied and knows how to apply
........... *«“• to t»*e due respect for
them, makes his work more enjoy­ enother'a pi
-iroperty.
able than
when other claims are
AlthoughI a few of the more eusplmade.
cloua. or the foreigner* who have
He was shackled by local policemen been brought up In this atranga <
last evening and every Ume succeeded tom of leaving the door key out may
up with bolts from the Inside and
another door for exit when they
leave heme for as extended visit, the
eld residents setually leave their homes
Those are made of the best
-t the dlsperal of *oy who mty

A savings account will give you captal for mveftmeot

Informs You the

conspl.-uoue place. When they go vl

fund

The entertaln-

the grounds that ihoee who cared for anc^and It was surprising that
luusir could Uke tbelr lessons from I>o<Jpl?-Jere mot ouL as
the
High
private instructors and that It would school chorus esUblished their repube vBlniesa to those who did not
. Utton
_
last year when "The Old Clock

They

Key

leek up and Ihen hang the door kev

There were 60n persone In the
dlence

were plenty of people to oppose

In them a desire for usefulness.

""
Ogngling

TenanU Are Out. tout Friends Whe

thk iR-ll ..I- the dtv.rknoh ..r some other

600 In the Audience.

At the time of Introducing music, and

It Isn't difllciilt p, form a fairly good
Idea of what people think of vixu by
what they say of other*. - Chicago
News.

Uli'-.iiiili looking hinls «pre „t .,u,. time
irameil in l.iigl.iud to i-alcb lu-h for
the niiiURcmi-iii of myaliy. The aport
was liitrisliu eil ipi.. uilx (-ouuirj from
A son of (he riiicrabl Isle on miiciii
the court or l-'niuiv- 1„ 'uie time ot
Louis -Mil. The l-'ron.-h cimrileiw had ata wharf lu .\i-« i-n. san l,.lngih.r-i,- ihii-i''diits :
been ihiiglii rlu- im-tlusj of muilug and a huge aiii-iioitraining ili.-o l.inls h.v a iiuichman, stood by wiih-iiing ii„. nm-lior. -What
whose , iMTi.iihad iilread.v learned are you doing here-; - aBked a i
-Sure. s..r. " -wa*
It during :i. ir waage-i In Ihc eaat man one ila.v
bur ll U 1-.
I limeec uiid .lapanes© reply, -1 want to see tb.- man wbt
handle that i-iek."
flshepim-M liuit Kiiiojioan uailnhH
first iiii|i.b!...| ii.r 11 knotviedgp o
SI»i«, ................... ..
.

HOUSES LOCKED. YET OPEN
Th*

the directing was simple

eomplImeniB for her.

branch a>at Is added to our schools.
the matter

DOiimiSWEDEII
Curious Custom of Hanging Them
Outside the Doors.

There were 90 voices In the chorus
and a ten-plecc orchestra played.

This intrinsic value Is true of every

Money talks i-ml -a few pennies
make more nol-.- than a hundred dol
lar bin.

pai

perhaps been brought out and the p»
and who may In this way contribute

S.-ai sale

He

would have done himself better Jus
-olce.

I'l-iocR, 25. 35, 50 and T.'-c,
Tuesday, May 21.

Mias Olive Dobson

man's voire might be consideded too

will be that they have received In the

couniry will be seen at the Grand

•era house, Wednesday, .May 22.

good, and the orchestra was fine. The

voice* from the High schcMil rendered

chorus whose only

course of ilic i-lainnel in a ililal harbor,

point.

was

?koned lu tonnage, the leading
ports of France are In the order given:
ManeUles. Havre, nierbourg, Boo
logs©. Koueo, Dunkirk and Bordeaux.

Trouble Is wmieililiig that generally
visits ns w.ithniii warning.

their hrilllaiu ciiii-i-nld e.'es ever on Ui©

chorus

Blury In

ate rate of interest, place your
funds in this bank.

At Reims portable bathtub* Oiled
wlOi hot water are delivered to order.

Put yourself in .........- neigt,t»>r'« place,
aod yon would stop ai,using him.

wall'll f--i ilsh.
Itiit few- i<e«iiile are
pcrliMiii. iiiMjiv tliiit thi-M. sr.-Ht black

The

ing

FACTS FRDM FRANCE.

Hereafter Tarls waiter* may weat
mustsebea.

low'the • liffs whereon the,' nesL
stated
the (swis which mark the

a clever play and the

spm Onrland. Boaz. by- Mr. Glen Cod

when 9f

If you wi^ to avoid the risks
and annoyance of loaning moiyy
and are satisfied with a moder-

It's a good thing not to be a "good
tojng.”

iIiIk

waa fully denionalreted lasi evenlaK
house

Naw Tork dty has two elaetxte Ughte
far each man. woman aod ^Jd ffrlng
Bathe dty.

Jects fishing oil tho Piiiiyipc rocks

only company presenUng the play lu

at the

City opera

Mew lork city completee forty-alz
mow bnildlnga each day, avriaglng *18,-

a manuscript of the foarteentb
century It is sbow-o that the rate of
the old .-tiun-h dowu
For that
mortality In Paris was then 1 to 18.
imrposc-i ciRdly InOoee mv check for
person dying annually of every 13.
J2.V)"
It is now one in 32. s gain of 100 per
cent Id SOU years.
To please will always be the wlab of
benevolence; to be admired, the eonetant aim of ambition.—E>r. Johnsan.

very enjoyable from a niualcal stand

MUs Elizabeth Hooker., was

The value of music In (he srhools

It Is aald that Eu-

Mnore has dramatized this thrill­

by the High school under Che dlree-

Found an Excut*.
One Easier » Mcthciist minister In
the south wn.ie to J. pieri>ort Morgan
and afikeO him to aul>Kcribe to the er^ou of * new- church.
-Since I am an EplicopaliaB.- Mr.
JlorEnn wrote l«ck. "i can't conscien­
tiously Join this Easter lutacrlptltxi to
bulbJIng of a .Methodist church.
Before erecting your new chnrch,
Hiougli, you ace going, I nnderatsnd. to

Cormeranta Trained to Fish.
Commrsmx urc fuiuinar enough

hla first great success in the part

The cantata, "Ruth and Boaz.

(be Hre,

SPECIAL
L _
__B_RAI
.NCHE8

MEW . YORK CITY.
Hew Tor* city e
.1 118.UiO.000
peonds of cotton each yMr.

PITH AND POINT.

ratlc lunaGc John Wilkes Booth ma

farce comedy. The Grand

)F

was fin­

was at the latter theater that the

In “A

IN THE 8CHOOI
OOL8.

When the serial

Director. Chorus and Orchestra Share ished K was dramatized and played
two theatres at the eame time, at t
Compliments Given by Ap.
Strand and the Greclal Temple,

oPtir* Rereni#." tho Grand

when

the Guide, with even greater

Hueceas. and was even more pojfular

8HOWB*

FINE DRILLING.

May 30—“Girl of the olrecU." The

1 truelor

two hundred
as being scu-

At tha aame Ume the story

there than here. There were boats on

nret U.

Then

to be over

and and In that day tile clrculaUon was look^ upon
pendoUB.

May 28—Concert under direction

VALUE

Ume

appeerance of "The Hidden Hand'

ThU Is something that

should have been done years ago.

HIGH SCHOOL

Houa*.

A thlaf aeldom tafas down one
tha key* and «nteri, Ar there ti i
n^rtalnty abtmt the tbsanee of the
e«Men» ^ksB«f «o bold Mm back,
and the knowledge that an exposed
door kejy may merely mean that the
otnm has ateppad acsoaa to the etore
and wtu return any minute make*
““paring with property risky bual-

mayor must show that be was elected had purchased a family stoo' paper

COMING EVENTS.

Mre

tie

tom up: all of wbiqh declare that the

May 22—"The Hidden Hand." The
Grand.

pltailty.

Now Tork city baa aeqairad tha repOtatlon of baring the
Theee facta, togetter with the Mg railway eraployeqi of all dtlM le the
rorld.
one that 8\vcdes orr- one of (be most
Adult male reeWenta of New Tork
to the oOee. or get out It seen
in New York city called the New York boneet people on o.o f,ee of tbs globa.
Ity each consume on ao average 880
make a custom safe there which woold
Ledger.
L'p to Che Ume of Bonner's
be the mayor's move nezL
foolhardy tempting of mlifortune drinks of spirituous sod malt liquor* In
purebaae the Ledger had lived a
year.—New York Herald.
or “land ot the free."-Lod’ AnThere seems to be a fair proe^t carlout existence; arrangemeaia i
gelee Times.
riBde with Mrs. Southworth for
that the old dag's work blghwsy Ux
of the New York conrU. from the bot­

iiusena. to u<
1 to th« Dolly toglo Oft
ragitootod to mroR any irrogularlUM

DAY^ MAT 16, IMT.

w«b It. the deer,
r.liw lan hang cot a*
at tnut
«t iSicfm dooni bow

E. WILHELM front
STREE T

THE DAILY EA(

Pioso
»i«red mnt awd tuMgSMt usr. Tbs
rtdb tbta OnttM bln for
aS88 had tiMenftic ABPfflly hsM Urn.
plVlas Ua at suM infidd poW
-natt tbs fUl oflMb. wbsn be was
fnOiA to tbs Oiieafo cUb, for wbteb
<Wb bs ptoysd brfntuay to 1808.

SPORTING NEWS IN GENERAL

BI6 BiMT RjICE TO
BE HEED MAY 31
WI8.CON8IN AND SYRACUSE WILL
CONTE8T AT MADISON DAY
AFTER MEMORIAL DAY

m ITS WISH
Pr*.ldent V.n Hl*e Commended for
Prompt Actlon—Crew. te b
on the Water Twice
Dally.
Hadleoo. \VU, Way 16,-The WisconBln Syracuse boat race, which was
MJt for Memorial day uotJI the leclsMture passed a resolution of proitsi.
*111 be held Maj- 31, the day follow
inif tbc orlelna] date.
Dr C. P. Hutchins has received a
telegivD from the authorities of iheasiem unlverKily, saying that May Jl

would be satlBtactory to them,
was announced that (heir wishes
FlKPgifBllfllE
. twinEndedvorto-^ His -ItoMrd
would prevail.
-----------I
Of
PreEldeol Van HIse Is being gener­
WHITE 80X HAVE HARD LUCK
Dan PahA will 8^ -DoCher efally commended for acting promptly
RAISING THEIR FLAG
^ fort to lower hlS nedtt .-f X:« ioTafter learning of^he
sent In t
_______
Id the oomlng tradfJSeasop.' Dap**
legislature against bolding; thelm
on Memorial day.
rjtacli Ten Byck expecis soon to
Ban Johnson Speak In 8piU
being taken wlU ^ v,ew ot harhave ihc crew on the water twice
ef Hard Rain Storm.
Jn^ the phenmBdniA Indiana gjdedaj—once at 0 o'clock In the morn­
-----------I wheeler In the beBt'’«ondlU(« wbes
ing and again lust before sunset.
Chicago, Mav
1$.-Tbe world's
»• “o*
champion \%-bUe Sox seemed to be
MAJOR DELMAR 18 SOVD
under a hoqdoo in thetr attempt to' "*
la U WtUi
raise the chaAiplonshlp pennant Tues-;'f^ Patch.” said m»y recently. ”He
erlngs an Even 812JW0 at the Fssifl day afternoon. The i>rogram of fes-,»'“ » number of **^«idnta. lading
'
...............
Brings an Even <12.000 at the Fasig- ilvliles was attended with a series of * irsiner.
la with Mtn day
night,
Clevelaiid. May 16.—At the Fastg mlafortunes from beginning to end. It. Some o
groomsman evsa sleeps with blmr
Tipton Blue Ribbon sale. Major Del- begun with the bursting of the flag-1
and by weighl
. the most conspicuous of Amerl- pole and coded In a driving rain He Is fed by the
storm.
trmilnp celdliigs, was sold to Wll
I Bradley nf New York for <12.000
Forty )«lt players and officials of
The SPORTING WORLD
Blacklork we„( to Wlltlam R (Tils
c l)lg leagues look bold of the staff.
holm of Thiseldoiine stork farm. Ran \S hen they pulled the weight of the
dal. O.. for <17.S.i.i, and Gwirge G. Bag and all proved too much at the
HstTj' PteinfeUL
'• ' lever and hard
hrmight <12,fm(i. the purchaser of the croas-ireea.
Mayor Busse. August
being Ihr same as the pur­ HenDan. chairman of the National
chaser of Major Uelmar. The two Baseball commission, and President Sept. 39. ISTu. at Ft. Ixiota. Ait an early
first named were part of Ihi- BlUlngs Ban Jebi
of the American i^e
league ^ “*"■
Mjn^AmericM
^ “I’ • reMdence at
to
stable.
made their speeches lu spite of uie i
bile AfteticUng srbooL
mishaps and the pennant was de-| ^liIs flrsi i^rvifessiotisl enimgement was
dared officially raised.
-j with the Hnoaton dub of the Texas
Preceding the exercises at the park
e Chicago and Washington teams
ere escorted from the city hall to
the park in automobiles by all the
uniformed teauir of Chicago and vi­
cinity. Some 400 ball players were
In the parade, which cousisled of four
horsemen from
the Slock yards, three brass bands,
mounted police End 100 Indians from
a wild west show.
Lowering clouds caused Umpire
O'lxmghlln to start the game 10 mlo□tes ahead of schedule time, but de­
spite this precauUon only half an in­
ning was . played before the storm
broke. Washington failed to score
In the llrat time at bat.

........

C

Uneeda
NATIONAL

Biscuit

.

A»c*dli«r to the plsiis tjiproTad by
tbs NfBtM COOBSttSS'

tbS JaiOSS-

(Ta.) exposlttoD Aug. M to IT. ...
most Important feature will be the Intofctty ceateMa. which wlU replace tbe
totwdty ncea,
tutionit regatta. AD owws' vttl be
toitored from dtlee tostead of dnba,
tbd each oanman rompetii
regatta wiu be regoired to
coat of eras of tbe eKy be repreeeats
tbe boaoD of bli rowing }ersey.
Tbe progrmniiDe wUl be confined to
Boeai and possibly dght erento, and
all innior conteatt wtU be ellmlAatad
With tbe excepMon of an eight oared
totcnnedlste race, all tbe eveots wUl
be for senior oarsmen only. Tbe events
f^low;
Single ecuIls-Por Kstlonal AnodaOon of Amateur Oai
...
Single acuns-Open to all carammi
who hare never won a Nattooal Aaae
datleo of Amttanr Oarsmen diamplen
ahtp.
Doable scnlls-4nttfctty.
Four oared ebeUs—Intercity.
mgbt oared Bbells-lntadty lotenne
diate.
Bight oared sballs-laterdty, senior.
Octuple scolls—Intercity.
Bight oared sbells-riw edraol boys,
possibly
_______ -

book and. drawing Its bead ont of tbe
witer. fired at It. Put instead of htttlsg
the ban he struck the line, and tbe
monster esc-aped for tbe third ttma.

—....
ed.

Yalo-Harvard Poetoall Oamo.
Tale and Harrsed have arranged
play football next fall. Theeemevtil
be played at rambrldce Nor 23

AaSe.BotUeol

Kbhh£» Balsam

Dry Goods Division.
Hardware Division.
k and Stationery Division.
Shoe Division.
Drug Division.

----- ,
the CeRtoiwnca.
Director Stagg of Chicago beHsTes
II 18SL 'He ^r^ivated In stxnUpo^ a formidable rival for omtferice honors.
■■miDols bss a strong and well bal- tnd mad" ..u excellent record as

«. i

romlnently In the Wg meet Our [
Ie weak In numbers; we have |
only one or two men In each evenL |
Our three runners were compelled to'
Biraddle too many events.Saturday In '
effort to win the necessary polnU." i

ttaii
orer ud. fortber. that Orear Is not
aagibte ooder tba Bsnley rolss.
view of toe stand taken by toe Henley
stewards last wtnte
entry of Ainertcan

piajred l„ forty*tght gamr*.
gteliir"i-.i u-^au ibe m-usoo <if 1.S96
with the y.,i i w.-rth club of the Texas
league- I'ui i.i.i-ii,-.i it niih the OalvasPritae Fer BsIlMn Raets.
li”*
Ichcii".
Word has been received by the Aeeo
J"
' ' '''
hy aub of Afiertie thst nrIxM acaregatthe I'L-I..
V Ie„

40 DOSES,
And each dess is m«n effc-lire than
fuoi tioMe the same quiujtily of any
oUmt oonda rwaedy, bowsver waU
sdvwtiMd and however strtoigly xe^
ommaadad thst taoedy msyXe.
tost KEHP8
BAlAAUbtoa

Best CoaghCne.
At all diuggwts', 8-lc.. &

Greatest Price Cutting

Season

Furniture Division.
Grocery Division.
Clothing

Division.

61 CMBpleie Scellona
Millinery Section.
Underwear

Section.

Cloak and Garment Section.
Piano and Organ Section.
Sowing Machine Section.
Candy Section.
Bicytle

Section.

Drapery Section.
SUUonery Section.
Lace Curtain and Shade Section.
Picture Framing Section.

Legal Blank Section.
Cot Glass Section.
Wall Paper Beetloa.

Toy and Gime Section.
Lumber and Shingles Section.
Coal Section.
School Book Section.

Crockery and Glassware Section.
Carpet and Linoleum Section.
Crain and Feed Section.
Paint and Oil Section.

Farm Implement Section.
Fancy Goods Section.

BiWe and Book Section.
' Tablet and Paper Sectleo.
Sroemt and Br«»h SectlOfu
Patent Medicine SecUon. '
Perfumery and Soap Section.
Smoker*’ Gooda Section.
Jewelry Section
Ribbon and Lace Section.
Buggy and Wagon Soetton.
Silk and Glove Section.
Men'# Furnishing SeCUen.
Children’s Clothing Beetlon.
Mason’oeuilder’c Supplies See.
Granite and Tinwafb Seetton.
CoraM and Fitting Section:
Sporting Goods Soction.
Prescftption Section.

Stovo'SAMIon. ^
PoMal Card SoeDon.
Trunk Beetlon.
Hosltrx Soetton.
■oat Btotpiieo BooUen.
Fresh FrtiR BoeUeo. '
paper fbitterp BeoDon.

Young Men’s and Boys’ Clottiing
at Just HALF PRICE
One of the Most Phenomenal ol aoadng Sales Ever Attempted In Traverse aiy.
TUs lot of dolblng is oi the verybesL The only reason lor Ibis great price seltliig
is that we want yon lo gel sone Good aothlng Cheap, and lake Oils way.
Goods that cannot be descaled lor the money anywhere.

We will Open This Great Sale Saturday, May 18
FOR THE ONE DAY ONLY
Yoana Men’s Soils, sizes SI,W

“’.fsssasssis:
" iS s^,

..is
sS

Boys’ Long Pant Softs, age* !•. li» iS» 1S> 14* f 8
AU $9.00 sons, mts sale tor..
«* $.80 satis, fkls sale lor.
** 12o00 Sofia, this sale lor.
•* 6.00 sons, this sale for.
*• 12.80 salts, this sale tor.
•* 16.00 sails, this sale for

HM



. &00
. 2.60
6.26
7.50

BOYS’ KNEE SUlTS-TWO r>IECE AND THREE PIECE SUITS

f60 amis, tUs sale

Wa the* maiilujia

"I noUoe your danttoter dsneas with
such gracefnL free uiovementa." •They
ain't free. Bbe Ukes cegTxr paid leaA

NARROW

ESCAPE.

w. Cloyd, a mentout of Plunk,
bsd a narrow escape four yaara
xgo, when he ran a Ubibob bar Into
hit thumb. He saya: Tba doctor
wanted to ampnute It bat I would
aught a box of Bnoke and that cured the
_____ ” Uc at & B. Mat­
er’s. 8. R. Walt t Sen’s and Johnaoa
Tbc [irlnclpsl oanses of murder aiu
lbIII tbe nnler in which ibey stand;
Jcnl
drink. quarrelA revenge and
rol'lH-ry
Disturbed the Cengragatlon.
Tbe person who dlatorbad the ac
gregstlon lent Snadny hy ae '

---...

,

owls anil lists thal exhibit moat Ufa
snlinatlon after tbe am goaa
down. Tbe Nlcniina afflnis. a variety
tbe totacco I'Inni, tbe night bloom-

We ar^ plaaead to BTiit>iaiwa that
Dley-B Roney and Tar for Ooacho.
>lds and long btmblen to hot hBietof
by the NnttoHl Pnn Food aal StK
law. aa It motalu u cftotos or-ottw
harmful dmn, aadu------------------***
1 W9 TinimmU H
aa a safe remedy’ ter
fi chfldraa o»d
A'fl
Soan. aodw
adutes. 8. B. Watti A
Ing atid repairing. S11 Frent 8t

Oataias
'wbkb Consunce 8. Titos bu dadarad
his iBtontiou of entering, win probaMy
end In talk. A well btown oa

Oar SIOM la DtvMed Into
P«ta« Great iMvteiOfin
Carpet and Crockery Division.

BCaMA CURB.

other doetors hat ■
____
_____
chaeoe we raad ahovt Baetrle
. ten; bou^t a bottle ad poop mtleed ImprovaDiaaL
We eenttawed
Fsetbsll Outlook at Columbia.
medicine antll avaial hattlea
Tbare Is a well defloed rumor about
been naed, wha o«r boy was
OotooblB ontverslty that toe vlrtusl
mpletely cared.” Beat of all blood
eoesent of tbe authorities to tbe rest
cdlctnes ud body bonding health
BtlDB of football had been obtalfied.
and that the game will be reatuned this
year.
.

Short Sport Itomn
lows aty. Iowa—Ooa'i regular
tmek team won from the lows freeh
men by the score of 70 to 6«. Tbe
feature wst the discos throw by Sluts
of Iowa, who hurled the missile
121 feet S\ Inches.
Coldwster, Mich.—Coldwater's Base
Ul aaaoctsUoe has been organized
and Joe H BllloU was made prcsl
dent Coldwster had one of the
strongeat Independent teams in
state last year, and many of the
who played lart year hava signed
contracts. The saason opens here
May SO, Coldwater playing HUlsiUle.
Kalamasoo. Mich.—Robert Kemas.
the praoilalog pacing gelding belong­
ing to F. H. Mllbam. who la expected
} go a mile in two minutes this year.
'sf~ Moerely Injured at Recreation
8het, but Lost Fiah.
John Smith at tbe Jeffenoir elsb. park. Tbe horse became (rlghleoed
lear Harpers Ferry. Ta.. tails of
I automobile and reared up. eorfcarge black bass that he snagged i
Ing his right front leg just above the
wo different occssIoon and both times knee. A long gash was cut and It
tbe fish wns so weighty that It broks
be several .days before the borae
bU line.
will be able to work.
? principle
comes tbe charm be went
Base again with a new silk line, and
Every judge In Baden before be
be carried hie revolver, with the view takes his seat on the bench Is required
of shooting It shoald be be
hy law to pass two weeks. like a com­
as to book It again.
mon prisoner. In Jail.

.tLUMOM LOOKB-«^0

w,,

tog 86400 nave been offered by toe
WONDCR^L
Jkm» Cinb of 6t Louts for seroplsuss
and dirigible baHoooa. cYtoteats will
ta. Pt. .“Two 4
be amiigad for the day
said the caaa tot
being tfaeted.

AU $0.50 salts, this stfc lor .
” 8.50 softs, this sole tor..
^ CjOOaoHs, ttitoaalefsr..
2.26 sons. IhiB sale for..
« 4.60 salts, this stfe for..
6.60 soils, this sale lor..

Forttiatllred, j
Springy
Feettng
Taylor*Blce-lt*spit^,
cleaD and codUnir

C. B. TAYLOR

New Goods
Received
Today
Fancy Hosiery
for Gents
Straw Hats
Union Suits
Two Part Wire
Letter Trays
Case of Dix­
on’s Lead
Pencils
Wooden Towel
Rollers
Large Size
Moulding

Boards^
New Use ot

PXM)4

kT, 1£SY; K, 15W.

bsjigeo. protesung
tbe crime n-.id dec-larlnp tlinl be was
the man win. Itad tieeu murdered.
Tbe Ruswdl llowe case, which bad
uttracied imn-u uiteiitlon. had come to
be a thing of llic past and was gradutlly being forgotten except by Rowe’s
attorney aud tbe chaplain who attend­
One morulne • mui etepi>«d into the ed him lu hts last moiniqjts. wbo could
pOce «C (be cbicf of i>oIiee of Wendi' never forg.d It. Years after tbe irag-,
edy a man nnnied Hardy was convict­
gate and asid:
immedl
“A murder bas bceu oommincd about ed of iminler nnd rtd.liery.
a mile from Oils town. i saw tbe mar- ately tiefon' Ids axis utl-a be njsde a
confession of nuotlier iiiunler of which
derer rifle
bod; and oome In this
be had iH-'cr Lss'ii sus|a-<'ied. Ho ant
dtractton.
1 followed him and
a man iiainrd .lames :<killl»g bud
•him go inlo a reatauranL"
compniiiidis In .rime
One day they
An officer was aeiil lu where the
saw a man Ji-splay ii
bring i
d« bad bett evmuliled
bills,
.tfl.-rwurd he Marled lo walk
ttw bodf. ADOttaer went
j tb« I:
to tVImUgiilc.
They follewisl him
former to the restaurant, where
Hardy going aii.und and ahead <>f him
mnrderer was found and arrested,
was taken to the police office, and the Sklllliig liehiiKl him.
w-ltb the man and did tlic Job. tYhei
deed man soon.airlvt-d
Skilling met Hardy he cb
place.
An oxamloaliuii abowed ibnt
was no money In the case. Hardy dl<
tbe man bad been ktllod b^ a blow
not believe him. They quarreled,
from some iron or wooden aubetancc.
Hardy killed Skilling, look tbe mouc;
Id tbe popketa was no moncf. bat a
pocfcetiHKik coutalolng cards on.whicb
were primed tbe name lluiuiell Rowe.
Tbe prisoner was searvbed. but no valoablee or p.ijlen: were fonnd on blin
He was a w-II dressed uiao of resided
able aii|>ear:inei‘. Tbe murdered man
was quite the reverse.
Ills clothes
were alialibj. and the body gave evi­
dence that be drank.
Wben the prisoner w as asked for bis
name, he
It as Kussell Itowe. the
Lumped the Adviee.
name <m the enMs In the dead man's
' pockets. The elin-f of ]<olu-<' looked at
him scmtlnlslnclT. w.iiideriiic what
this suileiiient would bare 1i> do with
his line of defeiiw".
Tlieii be asked
tbe man for bis .slnrr. It >' as-tbis:
He bad lu-eu walking akim; tbe road
When be was ovonakon b.v n niar. who
asked him for niMma. fl
srllablc. >ery helpful to'such [sI.OI.CI
tain of the man's llll•■|l1lo
k'as found tbemschoe In dlffici
to get off by (Tlvlnc lili
idhlng.
He took out Ills p-srkeiii
man eaucbl MSlit of a large rail of
bills.
After that tbe prison.s- r.nm-inliered
Dotblne till be .-nn..- m hiins.-ir some
time later. IP- was iMiig m Ibe road,
with a l.•rrtbl,.
head, roe•ling In Ins |«-•LeIs. be found
bis m<
I gon..
Ulih dimcnlty be

BAY

Th* Mtn Who
Murdered Himself.

NEW SHORT StORIE3

whisky.
“Tbsl." said itie < blef. "Is one of the
moat lng.-iii..us .tarns 1
have ever
beard from a criminal, but wlien you
^ -made It up you forg.it one Important
pan—tbe nnniey he tcMsk from you."
prisoner stuck to bla sloir, and
■sTvJha Indictment against him read that
Rowe WB8 Indicted for killing
_&nn lufknowD man. supjk^ to have
^
been Russell Rowe. In other words,
be wns indlctM for killing bimself. He
hnnigbt witnesses rnnn n distant city,
where'be belooged, to Identify bim.
but tbe pfoaeciitlDR attorney badgered
them BO with quinUou.s ns to whether
they were perfectly cenaln and how
tbejr knew they were cenaln and
whether they might Dot posslbl.T l«
nttotakei)' that the.v broke down and
couldii't swear iipslilvcly that the man
WM Bnsscir Rowe, whom Home of
tbKD bad known for years
The atlomey for the defeiike g«t up
• theory to aceonnt fur ib^'dtsapi>earanee of tbe muuey, but there was notbIng probable-lu It. Even if the dlaa|>pearenee were ratisfactoniy explained
there were the visiting t-ards lo estab­
lish tbe Identity of tl.c real Russell
Rowe. Tlie onumey's ox[>Iauatloo fell
flat, being unsupjion.-d by tbe least
Wrtdcnee
The i-P.se.-tmiig atiMiuey In sum­
ming up exidnimsl the uature of . Ir
cumstaullul l•'Kll-u>•l' l" ib.- jury—wliat
would he weak, " bnl slnoig, .■vl.b-m-e.
He revlew-e.1 ib.l.loii.,-, oaniiisi the
Prt*»er. lle'ir.cl l--ei. ,ll...ov.-red rl
Ding tbe iss-keb.
If he bud foun.l
enytblns. It hud Is-en .-usy to get rid of
It before hU arrest.
'Ibis im-.f b.
eontrasied with the prlsom-r's Jiilpr-ds
able story. Tims be mi.-b- It . lear lu
the Jury, snd tli.- Jn.lge .l.iirged ib<-m
to •ceunliiiee
wlili
the eMdeme
They were Unt ln.ir nil h..i,r l.rliiging
tti a verdb-c nf c„iii, .
Notw-ltbsIiiiidiNg tls- olaii.iiess „f tbicase there u rr.- s,.n,..
i„. f.-u that
a mlsuke wus .......................I.Tbe jirlH
oner’s lawym nns in ,i,i..i-'..i,, at Ibe
rmIL He f.nm-ht Ibe .iis,- «-Ub de
lajw. but they wi-r.- of no U'all. Notbtng but new evidence could save the
pTtSOMr, and uew erldenee was nut
forttiCQtDlng. Tbe prisoner was finallv

{OHgInaLJ
When Jennie Sheffield returned from
the uuruial sebool, sbe was obuarved
U- \en OeniiomJeoU

Something w

preyiug on ber thlnd. but tbe closest
cross e.\aailUBtloii of ber fatber failed
to briu.; out What was troubling her.
Sbe Went siwut HS uue In a dream.
Notlilii^ Interested ber.
Sbe might
have lieeu courted by young peojde
ber owu set, for she was prcltj', hit
llgeui aud geueraiJy attractJte, I
she dc-Ilued lo have anything to
with any of tbem.
1'u.ler advice of a i.tiyulclan 5
^1l.•fficl.l made pj^mratk.ns to give

had

I

that

I

mysterious ri
*be dn-ailed she had gone awn
winie relative or frleoil.
.VII |«n
refnees were !o..ked Into. Ion the girl'
WHS not to Iw found.
T’len It
fean-l iliai her trouble was liis
KM'. CUABLES P. xkkl>.
and that ahe bad committed snlcir
At Ibis iMlot a yiew to her an
Ity college. Early lu life he
OepresHlou was uneartheil by <.
was Buctloneer to the sheriff of Derby­
......................
with her former
shire, wUkb post he gu'c up In order
iiinles.
Her n-mniate reve:iled
ii<I? for the ministry. He has visra.-t llint she had lai-n In orivsi
the rnlte.1 States aeveral Umes
etj<s. w ill) Heurr EQicrw..n. w ho durtiig and la the ouihur of several l■•okB and
religious pniwrs. In llkO a lung
on onusoil him lo make a long
E college. But, If tjers wt
sojourn lo the Alps.
atbli-ilr type ..f man; and
reminds many .rf rreaideot
Roosevelt. It U tt.UI of Dr Ab.-d that
when he n-ts at-.iii p. take the pa«or-

me NEW PERFECnON
Wck Utitt Flane on Cook.Stove
TTlC different
Oil Stove
Tbe improved
Oil Stove

vlg.iroiisly, hot be bad contrive
hide himself where he culd no
found. Now that the evidence wi
Elrong Bimlnst him there was no
hie Id aienimilallng pr<s.f timt
chara.-ler was very laid. Pei.t.ie who
only slnsik Ihelr beads U-fore ibe r|ls.
roverj- of the Issly no'v v.ilunbered to
eslify .
liliu. Ncvenbeles* llio
ellcU any lnf..miatlon In-arli
case dlns-tly, ex<-ppt Hie e\ic:
love affair given by Jeunl
mote The funeniJ was aiiu.

1..U eropoeed t.i uil

snd

mclceled.

Sccrclnry .r-lm

H

Kd-wardA

they iirrh.
Ibe sllualiuii

OR. J. W. QAUNTL6TT
Special attention

the eye and ear. Glaaaea fitted.

NORTHERN MICHIGAN
TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY
|{-.<iit^

•About
year ago I bought two botUea of Poley’s Kldiiney Cure. It cured me of.a
severe ca
case
. of kidaey trouble of severa! yean standing. It certainly Is a
grand, good medicine, and I bearttly
recommend IL"
eodw
S. B. Wall & Sons.

U-j

W.-,lius.|
DR. W B. MOON, SPECIALIST
Oealto-Urtnery dleeesee
uee blk; residence TIO

SARAH T. CHASB. H. D.
Office with Dr. O. E. Chase, State
Bank block.
Both pbonea, Z2».
Rastdenca. 224 West Eighth sue
Clti. phone 781.
B-lT-o;
DR. r. J MACNBTT
Practice limited te Eye. Ear. N.
ibrosi and fitting glasses
602 Wilhelm block. ClOtens

Walter M. Paige \
' Automobile. Launch and lias- I
4 oline Fngine Accessoiies. £
{ GcBcrsI

Garage

Boslneas F

OR. H0L08W0RTH
.'ohtison's Drug Store. Special Altei
UoD lo Bye, Bar. Nose and Tbrusi

<
On. Pktef J72.
< 131 r<i( Si. Car. Situ.
Trttrru
Citf. I
rteCilj.

DR E. B MINOR
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat SpcolaNst
Ulaaset
fitted.
Over
Amerioan
Drug stors
|

ORDER YOUR

rYWYT^

goes (hat dll'lug ......
of Cbaries Il.'s tlicertain of the H..I
before going Into nc
bead of briiudy ;ii

SOFT COAL
-ol-

than any other dlaease. ‘n>la it due
the disease being so Insiduona that
' bold on the ayatem be-

E. A. WESTON
[

Yard ud OfUce:

T W, THIRLBY. OK.NTISl’
Over Barnum A Earl’e Jewelry Store
Both pbonaa
1147-or

Northern Mtth. Dock

In 18U0 a Ucv. Dr. lYsiic wrote a
-set on p-<pular amuaeuieuis. In whldi
he said that "norel reeding has be­
A. J. McPHAIL, DENTIST,
come tbe vice of tbe age" and warned
teoma ever JehnpMi'a Onig Store
bla readers ami listeners ngsinst soCMMOa PboM $$$-$ rings. $-264)7
evtl a babit. so smil dt-xtroying n recreDR EARL C. TYLER. DENTIST
I as uovcl readiug. His son was
Room 6 First National Bank Building
Stephen Crsne. tlm novelist.
ClUsens phone 86$
R-$4i<

PERE
MARQUETTE
LINE STEAMERS

OrADd Travaiae Lodge. No. 900. IO.
O. F., meet! every Tueaday evoAlag.
O. L Annltage. N. G.; B. M. Franklin.
Becretaiy.
4-11-07

RARK CRAW,
Trunks, Parcels and Light Orsyini
Leavs orders at I'Uy Book Ruire
C- O CAw'TaR. AB8TRACT3Offlee with 0. P. Carver ft Bro- N
207 E Front street
I-IL-

mm

m

ai.r.wd.

1-8-07
COL O. .M. MORSE
rravorse City Lodge No. 222. P. ft
M. Rwnlar wtmmnaloaUon Heoday
or bfitore tbs fidl of tbe moon- C.
O. L^miWT.
M.;
B. White.
4-U-07
Traveioe City Lodge No. 7$. K. of P
R^nlar meetings every Thuraitey
evonlng. C- B. Weller. C. C : Fred
Dean. K. of a and &
U404M
Traveroe City Logiaa. Re 189,
____ ________ third
Tosaday of oaoh- _.jth, at 7:$« p. m.
k
WOOdOHB.
Ikoa
Abram
Smith.
Orlswifld. SaoT.; Nettle
Free: «■»»• OH
4-24-OT
C Gray, Deputy.

fhe Popular Auctioneer of Grant
Travorae County, Office 73d E. Freo’
Street Traverse CK)
l-l-‘f
BERT WILHEi-M
ianeral Contraetof. Tar or Grave
roofs
etacks painted. General re
painng. etc.
i iJ-07
O. P. CARVER ft BRO
General Fire Insursnce, Plate
and Aoeident indemnity bond
nJahed. Protect yourself again
teg tbe aaviaga of a Ufa time
Bast Front street

J. W. Uinikea'a store will l>
__________City Toot No 871. K. O
T. M. M.. meet! svery Tburaday night
L'olns

supper tor uaf
much sunirised

DR. L. 8WANTON.
Office ever the People’s flevlnps Bar
Both pbenes 10$.
M.

LODGE NOTICES

ourse I

hnvy been very niorllf.in.
So I went to X. and bosnled
raftn.-r e family
H-..ry
. .-iswp'-

Mdki iVa

$-1007

LUOINGTON
MILWAUKEE
CUICAGO

I tm>e been very silly .<
w-orrls.1 you eome tty aoioit
nos r-uiifCM Whili- SI Die
t tnei Henry Emerson^ He
nloi.y

CUa. pbaae ?M. t rings

•««-



“irtiur.- LS.

A Writer Ocaertbed.
This description of • I'.eacon" House,
writer on tbe '!"pckn ('apltal, la
glren by Editor Aiiirliio of the Council
lore News From the New England
ATTORNEYS.
Grove Oiiartl: '•llou*.' grew up on a
States.
THE ONLY DAILY LINE FOR
Kansas farm. He reminds you of tbe
If any one has any doubt as to tbe
PRATT d DAV18 ATTORNEYS
old Bcho.,1 d.-Hn.iInn of n line, ‘Any­
Irtue of Foley’s Kidney Cure, they
rsveraa City State Bank
Bulldli
thing
havtiig l.iii
,,ne
dimension, need only to refer to Mr. Alvin H.
lUrd floor.
Suite j - - length.' Ho Lx
f.-.-i two Iccbea, the BdiDiiooD. of WmirnanUc, Conn., wbo.
latter Iwlng «ai«t iu»>isure. He Isn’t
ng hope of recovery,
LESTER D. WELCH.
e failure of so many
thin: he is Just simply n wafer, and It
ATTORNEY AT LAW
te the nature of wafers to have no
Collecilon Work a SpeeUlly
Win !
AND ALL POINTS MtST.
Underwood e Umlor. Sutherland Bit.
Ihlckness. IlniiM- Is (be Urst nn,| ortgI Leave MANISTEE DaUy (except
Inal moil whose loi.'s arc ]i'i,os(ems. tblQg" for him. as four boRles cured
him completely.
He Is now entirely
1
Simdayj at SrilS and 7j00 p. m.
All others are Imlttiilnns. They say be
well and free from all tbe suffering
Leave I UDINCTON DaUy (except
keeps up bis gari.-rs Py iislnc llbrarv
Sunday at JDffiO p. m.
paste ''-Kniisao . ity ToM.
tug. CItlSMI pbOBS 696.
Arrive KOLWAtJKEE 6ri)0 a. m.
AaaiaUnt flaeretery
MISCELLANEOUS.
Leave KiaVVAUKEE Daily icxBeekman Wlotlirop
"ns recenteept Saturday 8:00 p. m.
ly appointed os aasl
'ocreiary of
MONROE ft UCWE7HT.
the treasury. ha« for
ilirev years
General Irtsuranca, Real Estate and The Line whieii assures »■■■»
paai b
Fanners’ Mutnal.
Sll WUbelmblk
you THREE tUugs o lliro.
1-S47
SAFETY. COMPORT and
Traveree City a
DISPATCH.
UUiiia
HARRY B. HARNER.
WIntlirop w-ill lisTc charge of mi
Bagjea. meets In I
. _
lane Taner and AsUon Ragulater
eoanectw! w-iih the coiu-ciinn ..
day evening! at I o’clock.
With Kimball Haste House n-224K
terual revenuo; the revenue culler
Ice. tbe selection of sites and
JOHN B. SANTO
awarding of couintct* for public-buildeneral Insurance. State Bank bulli
Duebeee Camp. No. U4f. W. M. A..
ingi; the public health ond Marine hos­
lug, Traverse City.
ll-S uS
meata at Woodman baO Hcmday even
pital service and ndicr iliiilpa of
V. C.; Frank W
Importance.
g-17-M
Ur. tVInthrop takes tlic place of Aa-

slsted on reading them, only lo make
her nionc frantic with grief.
There
was but one loticr banded In, and os
Mr. Sheffield received It he staned. It
was addressed to him In bis daughter’s
handwHilug. Kora inonieni he b.oked
at It dared, then lore off the envelois.and read, ’’Ucaresl father uiul inoili
er.'’ In nn mslaiit lih. eyes weal down
ID the signature. "Y'our loving daugb-

m* Ihlmrs^f'.r wh’ch^l ani

i n ^ liB^ Lamp

AS a result of the Incident I'embroke
tbapci on tbe morning that Or. Aked
preached bla Brat
to the doora People wanted J
.
preacher wbo had gone llihlA at .
^ o. and wbo bad jumped Ub> tb
water to aave a man.

I.etteni of eond.s

??" s.e,hr

“■Ob. no!'he said. 'Nr. fear of that
iTa not allowed to hare ragubr
'temers yet l only shara atraom
Post

A Side Une ot lartuouDa. wttb rarelopae to meteb; cards in tbe Uiest
stylM, at the Bade office

Wrlte In Sig hi

yuu la tliul be baa asKcl me
ba.ln t been so silly, all Illls
:e hapiw-ned We re marrlrd

Gives best results. '
Reduces tiiel ex-.
Dense. A vodongv
mme et the touch of the
iBitch. **Blue Flame” means the hottest flame
prodottd by any stove. The New Perfection
win make your work lighter.
not over,
heat tbe latchen. Made in three sizes, with
oo^tvi^anddaeeburners. £v^stt>vewar.
' If not .at your dealer’s, write to our
t agency..
The ■

I'cii-bn-ke chaiv-l, I.lveri’ocl. be
isbiug at 3 o'clock one morning
and. finding a suit of cimbea on tbe
baiM^ >unii.ed lu to save s supposed
drowning than. He brought out tbe
nanat^Mlbody,

IStant

receive the mail.

Coat BL

See. t rings residence. »U Walnut
“But tbe young barber pusbH Ibe
nan's bead beck on tbe valTet r«at
and laughed.

“A young friend of mine baa a pretty
ooualn. Ue was going to tbe races
other day, and abe called him up
the telepbODc and asked blorto pat $10
on Forest King for her
“ ’Very well.’ be aald. Til do It if
yoo’u pay me hack.’
“ -Of course I'll pay you back, yon
horrid tblng" exclaimed hU cousin.
- ‘AH rtgbL' said be. Too didn't last
ttne.’
“ -Oh. well.' aald abe. 'last Uma the
botse didn't win. ymi kno'w.' "

I

wllb good lynson,
the eanw of ber trouMe. her strange
acts and especially her dUan-enrancr
'The ver> day Eniertaiii waa lulaxed
nmn tisliing in a lake not far from
where the Sheffield fanilly lived caiigln
bis Ixsik In R cloth gnniicnl and pullcc
UI< a M t.iimn s tiody. Mr. .'^Iieffield soon
beunl of the HuJ and weui liumediaie1\ to see It, dreading lest It might l>e
his daiigliter.
Wbon be arrived, be
found Ibe fenlures sw.i||.-n i.’vond
..................
The height. ...lor of
aud the teeth tx.rres|smde.l wlib t
of Jennie.
He t..a>k n pUs-e . f
dress home, and .Mrs. Shefficl.l i.
fled It ns one Jennie had wi.ru. tb
not for s long time. This w as roi
sh e Jennie was dead. Had sbe ■

“'Hang .Tour be exlalned. Tou've
out my chin twice now. If yen can’t
abase better than thte. every regular

Hew Bsriak block.

dot'lnr Im-luded. was held, and It
decldid to treat her as au In'
eveii an a demented |■e^>‘0U. and
her lo tin- iiT'-|»-aeii HoJ.mrn In fo
UndK, will) Ibe ex]>e<-tali0D that ct
of scene would sin>n do away will
avei-Nlon io being away from h..mi
rasiiic-

DIRECTORY

J. Edward
a eartaln poljtldan.
Tbe ms- baa
n» axpertenca.'- ba aald. ’ and ha baa
AM aenae anoagfa to eoimsal bis lack
OrrEOPATHY.
of axpertence. He reminds me of an
D8. j- O. TBUKBtOOD
inadast that took place In a baMwrt
*■ TEDKBLOOD
abop tbe other day.
«0M07 WllhelfR Bteek.
phofie 4S7
*Td this quiet bnay abop a man who
TO getting ahared aoddenJy uttarad

Heads I Win, Talla Yeu L-ea.
“Some women.- ooU John W Oat«i.
“not all women, but tome of them, are
TiTT poor speculaiora. very poor gam

inlue.1 to lake his tsmlly abroad,
goue two years. ' From tbe undiiem the
trip was auDouuce<l Jennies deapondviit-y Iricrr-ased. Sbe declared ihn

inilictl Ills sciiualiilanee w iili and bx
for Jennie Sheffield, but tiotbing mot
Nerertbelei«.s he aeeined verj- inui
iroublml. tVblle be was tielng pn-ssed
for Iriforniatinn he, toe. suddenly dla-

•. who
lived liere. used
’’Karr used lo
there was
venernl.b- Jiw'g.
menl for passing sent.-o.e on a itIkod
er came, woiib! oonsiilt tbe colleague
on either side of him as to the proi>ec
pennlty
••■Wbat ourtit we t,. i
cal. brotber'y be would say, bending
to the right
“•Three years, sir, I should think.'
•Tbeii. Iwiulliig 10 tbe left. 'What Is
your oidnlon. bn.ihorV
•“‘I should snv als.nl four years, sir.
’Then the jmige, tlnncing at the pris
oner l*.nevoleuIly. lio;:lu-s
•• 'I’rlsoiifT at lijc l.nr. left to uiy own
resources. I shonld ban- glvei
severe sentence, bnl 1 bn.e consulted
my CO
colleagnes. chitrliable men. an
shall t.
advice, rasoner, y«
bersky Rentenced lo seven rears.’

•’^^^.^J^niMln.llookefaller.
■ »T. .Oi4riBe « Atod. who rsceetty
«•***> the 'gStorate of the Fifth
A«nag.£«ktM-:«b(ireh, New York.
«»•'**«»
cbapeL lirerPMl, tbe aeo.nd'Uceet Proteatent confneUte lu U» Brltiah emplis. Hlx
new dterge la pbpolariy called “BockefeDerV ^nreu.- pnanmably hecasee
Zolm D.UockefeUreand bla Umily a^
menbenof h uflua son U tbe leader
of Me of ita iiihie daaaoe.
Dr. Aked Is f<M-two years of age.
He was bocn in Nottingham. Bngland.
and educated m n eommerelal sebooU
tbe Uldlfuia itapttet eoUege and the

There

ruMTHl. Ibougb
„ .
____
that the bride should Imve be.-D whip­
ped Instead of feas1e<l. Jenule ex­
plained .bat she had given the dress
In whii'li the t>ody waa found to a poor
girl. Tbia waa later InstninipatBl in
Idemifylug the body.
HARRIET a LBE.
A Man of Few WordA

WIXTHBOP.

B. A- Bvano.
hiue ••Imrge-of the
1-1-07
•'f the treasury de«Uo have under bis
-ci.u of-tho mint an
svUig nnd prtntluc
Although a young iinii he Is not r«
ilny-thnx' floverunr Wlntbrop ha
ad B large eiporiem-e In tbs affaln of
2$ rvmteiea Sraiy Food XlSBa&t
M Insular |h.s8erolonA Helsananve
IiuiffiftTT fcr lUa’i Bnattrunna
01 Aew Jersey. » graduate of Harvard
Law school and a ueuils-r of the New
partineii
jurlsdici
tbe burro 1

The Mar.iuls pf Hertf.nl. the found­

When Her.w Had Fingsra.earliest foaslls from wlii<^ we
■ our kiK.w I,,lire of the prehlatorlc
horse show u,.., ibe BBOderu Animal

agenu. liDl bit words

la des,-end.xl fr,.m an onceetor'that was

ed to tbe letter, ntaa he directed them

smaller than a sheep and pommt^
five fingers and Bre tow. The

ing op t» obeat yw.0ni tbe agents
wetkeued and permitted it to he knock­
ed .down to atiotl^ bidder. When hU

3n. rv-roii

waa largely swampy In tNb
the earliest horse. a«l the”

is |iiissin>r til.

tv. ' .1.1'riii

-st'llintr rtc.r.i, ul

Mutl.'l
It is c-I^- ii'ly tiu
SU|K‘Hof of UIIV writinj;

Uon day.

Tlirce.

Boys

WANTED
CKal

Wood

Factory.

m.'u.'liine on tl.c ni iirket iu
apliearwiK-o, t-uso

,.r

cratioii,

Jut'Aliili ly and
lime savinj; dovi. I'h. V.ii,
needn't take uj\ vMT.I for
it Try an oijvi r III ,\OUl
home or ofBee ft,
of ex-

Tort bar. In Ififio be went to tha Phil,
lines ns private socretery to GovernTaft He was soon made »«■*.
executive secretary, later acting
•eutive secretary and In 190$ enw
polBted judge of tbe court of M Im
atance of tbe PhlUppinsa.

er of the eelebnted Wallare »n o%.l
Jwtlon. was B-man of few words toHila

to purehoae a RnbetiB on a certain ocusslpn, but after they had bid tbe paint­

closed all day, Maj

WUklA.

peiise.

Coinpan- il Ciiivirii ly w’iUi liih. 1- II i;u.is.

to rrallir more and more

‘SKIDDOO’
ScOGAi.

IK’S Bsmm & OWEN
'nmnarn*-

for $$ a nontb. er rent
one lOT «$ a Month. The
romlUnppHcdMipiir.
ebnoe price U yon buy.
In a|fsfeUy'na«d Ma.
chtneo.

'»'«!«S»a32

FAG9.I

TEE DAILT EA^ TEOKSDAT.'a^AT
.sprootai" and hi^^a than la ibape to
thtev «•
wMih haa A data

MHUS ISGItl JNll FUnii
WBHanUMET
OMIcra arc WaHtng to Bm if Prioct
W«l Meem* StMdy at Pratcnt
FlBura*.

The Traveree C«y markets i
quiet this Thoraday. Brerybody acema
to be waiUBB to see If the prices
colDR to remain where they are oe do
-ome^more upward jumping.
The receipts at the dty martet
Wednesday conqjstod of .13 loads of
i-otatbes and one load of hay.
Reports irom the outside- are to .
■ ffect that the prlcca of butter, both
.lairj and creamery, are declining
sod that eggs are being freely re
iclved.
Plenty of Giwen Stuff.
The local grocery stores are qftcrills more green stuff for sale than a
few weeks ago and the prices an' >wcr. Green onions can now be bad
■ IT r> ceou a bunch, fair looking t
l-aragua can be had for 30 cents
uorh.
Rhubarb, radishes, string
.
i>oans. cucambers, celery and Lumatoes
.sn be.had at the fruit stands. Large
•ired CallfonU naval oranges ca
i-oughi by the eonsumcr at 45 cet
l.iicn. Pineapples arc worth at retail
« ‘m)i>i'i5 to 25 cenia.

July opened H6!4c to
low­
er at 84c to 8Se. SepUmber
to
I'^ei^lc downa it 8Bc.
A Ic down at 96c to »6HC and Deoeni•wr VK^lc to l%e’2c depressed at
86%tc to 9T\c. The first half hour
sa wihe enormous offerings well taken
with prices partly recovered, July sell94Hc. September at*864ic and
December at 97Vic. Com—There waa
a broad and active market largely In
sympathy with wheat July advanced
to 631ic. Oats—.Quiet, hut aleady;
July, 44%®44Hc.
Wheat—May, 91'ic;' July.
93t5C93S.c. Com—May. 52'Ati52Hc;
•May. 441ic; July.
53^c. Rye—Cush, 78(&5'ic. BarleyCash. 77@85c.
The Potato Market.

Chicago, .May 15.—Very lllile busl'SB miortcd. Buyers nnt muc bincllni-d to do business and sellera boldIng firm. The undertone of the mar­
ket n-maliiB linn. Outside markets
are generally reported linn and high­
er. There was no change In prices.
Sales reported were: One ear at

here Saturday. June IsL
Duncan DaarU&-of last year'e Ce­
ment oompaay ball team, is vparently making good with the Alma college
team, on which be la playing l^e out­
field. In last Friday's gaqe between
Alma and Hillsdale,-In five times up.
Dune made three hlU. two of thorn
for two bases.
Monday, SUtlon Agent Wilson cel­
ebrated bis SSrd birthday and be cele­
brated the event by InvlUng a number
of Ifls friends In and treating ifaem to
brook trout snpper.
Mrs. L. E Bailey of Staten Island.
. y., win lecture Thursday evening
under the auspices of the W. C. T. U.
, the Presbyterian church. Her aub-ci will be "Home or Saloon."
Homer Sly has. be^ elected
le vacancy recently leR by the reslgnaiion of W, R. CarUBloT Mr. Ely will
i a trustee,
ilrs. G. W. Perry left Wednesday
for l.ansing to attend the co
iieni exercises and aemi-centansial
■clebrallon of the Agricultural colege.
5lhe vxiieois to rcniain until about the
of June,
L. and Claude Warner and
Broombead went to Battle Creek
e part of the week, and
landed 156 speckled beauiles.
Presbyterian l.adles' Aid
clety will meet la the church :
Wednesday, where a working bee will
be held, and a pot luck supper served.
"Spinster's Convention" will be
given by some of the Catholic young
ladles at the opera house Thursday
May 23.
Eugene Brinkman brought <
rral parties from the peninsula Tuesmorning In his. launch "Anna
Theresa,"
Alfred Munsoo moved lo Aide;
Tuesday, intending to make bis home
In that place.

Adam P. Schuler ha-s ailded a
'W rig 10 Ms dray line.
Mrs. Allen Harwood retiimed _
latter part of last week from a visit
Cass county.
Hose Company No. 1 was called
Kunday by the burning of brush soulh
oeineni mill, but wore not necdPcier Johnson bad extinguished
ihe blaz)'.
John Carson has retired from the
eat business, after a inonlli s expert
ICC with D. M. Clark, who continues.
Eusia^ Lloyd, the thi-ee weeks'
>n of John Moran died Saiurday
enleriiis.^ The funeral was held Sun­
day and Interment made at Kewadln.

fim of tLa tvnttsra wm brakea. It

Voice
People

,
^
f
.
>
!
>

PaparAra liwit
ad to Conttlbtfte
Thalrldahsaa
curr««t Topic*
of Public
tntaraot In
This Cetumm

REV. ALLINGTON C0ME8 TO A8BIST IN CHRISTIAN WORKBditcr Eagle—I would like very
much to say a few words through the
rms of the Eagle to the people of
Traverse City, and especially to tbi
who reside on the east tide.
am here at the call ot some of
Traverse City's Christian business
and the Congregational Home
lonary. society of Mlcblfap as
1 have not come as a promoter,
oellher do I Intend to compete with
other religious Institutions of the dty,
rather to assist the east side peo­
ple Jn building up a permanent Chrts■We know of no place aa yet where
It will be convenient for us to bold
regular public worship; however, we
hope to bold services of prayer
praise in the homes ot those who are
Interested.
1 find here a people who are tatelll;nt and Indnslrl^us. and altogether
worthy of a ChrlsUan church and lU
Influences. I find hundreds of bright
boys and girls who will very much
need the help that a working Cbrlschurch can give them, yet all are
pracllcalij- isolated from the up-lown
churches.
Now it is iiiy most earnest desire
■a) my ministry here may be oi
xe and helpful service In every
ble way. 1 desire to be a real friend
cxeiy resident on the east side,
nd ! bi'i'e lo win the confidence
frleiidsliiii of all. both old and y
n<>x»- In this work 1 most eamesilv
pU‘B(i for Ihe sympathy and prayers
all Christians, and the Influence
and ro-ii|iprallon of all people xxbo are
in any w-ay Interested In bulldinfe up
church of Christ And w-Wte 1 In
1 to give my whole lime and
■ngth to this work. I desire to be
reiuciiibered and counted upon as one
Is Intensely Interested In the de
velnpiiie'h^.^or ,Uie social. Indusirial
biisiotss Ihterests of the city,
and lititK; to -do my share of the labor
1.1 carry my full share ot liunleti*
. H eitlzx'n and a man among men.
Sincerely.
A. A. AllloKton.
Pastor In Charge.

aia* badly apUnta^by
ML
' togiuw.—ThsjriHM qtop.Uiroiifb>
otrt the fiagliiMr'TaUey aad northirard
U ft declared by inuu*. vOl ba almoat a oompMs taUm*. BaUr* fields
aw turning lyfe^v.gnd la many localwinter
bcfiRg plowed un­
der aad _the. gHfiM, «a either be
plaated eHharia«w
oom u
tfie weaUrnr wagffi*
mm •pon«b
israh)e Ihtmt la
ill the trial of Wm.
D. Haywood and Ids
Boise, Idaho, tor the resMB that Fred
Tyler, a fomer .^peha yomig mu,
wu a chum of Harry Orchard, who
made the allegad
loOie members ef the miners' un­
ion Is the murder of Gov. Stetmenberg.
Cadillac.-M. A. HaJited, a promltot fanner of Bmwelaer. Indiana, has
purchased tweity-oiie hundred acof state tax land Jupt south of the
Manlste^ river in UbMly township
for use as a oetUe ranch. Thlrtyel^t hundred dollars la the price paid,
and all of this will be returned to
oousty, township and school district
In dellngaent taxes.
Bay aty.—Huge flocks of ducks, es­
timated by expert dock hunters to
number 6,990 or more. eetUed on
river and bay yesterday. The water
was black wlib item as they quleUy
fed and people approached to within
30 feet without disturbing them- They
appenred to know that It was
closed season for game, and nc
ack of a gun marred the quiet
Cadillac.—^Tbcre were one hundred
and eighteen ^Ilcania from the rural
schools In the county last week who
4«ok the eighth grade examination.
T-asi year the total number was ninety
six. This Indicates, according lo ComiiilKslimer Faunce. an Increasing inter­
est In rural acboole and a tendency
for the pupils to slay in school unllf
they graduate with the Intention later

"lipWl Paper and
IHiidow Shades

Car lou. per bu.. In bulk, on track
-White Btoek, fair lo choice, 7u©'73c;
fancy Wisconsin, 745/75c; fancy Mich­
igan, 74ft7,">c; King's, choice to fancy,
Hay Price May be at Top.
>*72e; coarse. 6i>^65c; Rose, 620
There Is a feeling in Grand Rapids
•r: mixed w-lilie, 6"5?67c; red mixed,
hat the demand for bay may wc.Blu!ii
■ftfijc; mixed. re<l and white. 550
■ nd that a decline In price may’come
tc; eoiimioii. sniiill, red or white,' 5U
it the Grand Rapids price drupe suf
•i-iently to permit of Bhippinj: ha>
a'lH-B—The toie of the
tiopi Kent county to Traverse Cii>
ihe local price wiil go down, lu any
ind the demand remains
Prices ruh'd steady
eeiail price will gel above the JiO ihade 1
point as hay can be bought in secThe Livestock Market.
'Kjns where It ik plenty and shipped
Chicago, .May 15.—Caltle—ReccIpU
here «o as tS sell at that Dgure.
tl.no"; market steady lo a shade
PoUtees Go Slew.
ower: hecvcB. $-l.20«j 6-45; eo
The potato sltuailun .is a puzsllng H sii'rj 4,tni:
heifers,
82.tog's,
"ne just now. The local buyers do -alxi's, 84 r.iCdO; g<n)d 10 prime steers
nut know just what to d«. Reports :5
45; poor to niciiluni. 84i5&
THE HALL OF FAME.
'■■'me to them from tTilcago u> co slow
Biia-kers and feeders, 82.9051
I and l>e careful and not gel loaded up ■ 15 Hogs—Receipts, 2S,00<i; iiiarkct
f Nobody seems to he able to tell vi-ak to (I shade tower; light. 86.30®
whether Uie price is going up >ir duwn ::.7'4; mixftd, IG.Orxi/S..i2‘-j; heavy
tVounde-i KIK,
full blooded Sloox
The buyers hope that it It- going up. 8G .50^1(1 47>-. tough, 86 U06ili.20; pigs
Dll-, l.-iiai-x. ItaK II -.--nderful flow of
as they make good money on stock 85 «iU. c. , good to Choice heavy
slii-pli- iirator.v l>ey|ik-s a majestic preabought and sold on a rising market.
17’--: bulk of sales. 86.40®
At least one thing seems to he clear
Sheep-necelpts.
15,noo,
or Hu- 2<.xr;i-,t.i» t.f .\lal-nma five are
and that is that the producers who
sir-ady, iiallves. 84..sn'<J6.7G;
•mil lixiiii:- i:i;H. w. Cobb, Thomas
sell at the present price of 50 cents
, 84 '.or,I fi t:,, yearlings. 86.50
• Joix-. U'lllli-Ii. 1'. Ualem .lotiepb F.
. and better will uut lose any money.
Jotim-i-i..:uid \\'il-i.iu. D-Jelks.
laniliK, $6.5»SIS.7(|; western,
Potatoes can be grown, harvested and
Bill-ull I.-V.ru, xxlio sucveinled Count
marketed at a cost of not to exceed
08BORN.
\\a-liui2'nii. liHf held Important dlpli
3P cenu a bushel, so that whawver
Osborn, May IS.-rWe arc having
mini.- iristK at New York, Tokyo. Mi
the amonnt the price Is above, that
ICC shower this morning, which
ul--h ami Athens.
. Bgure Is profit. ,
greatly appreciated by allGeneral Sii|jerlntemient Taylor of the
Lawrence Deertng was a BurdickMobile nml Ulilo railroad Is one of the
IlJe caller Monday, nlghu
most expeii mull uf h'u profesalon In
LOCAL MARKETS
ifie enuth. lie Is a brother of Hosu
A good many of the farmer* MV
Hnmiis Tnylor. former United States
bapling potatoes to . Jacktowa this
"RimTheM
quolatiooi
are
e
uiluHlei-l-jSpoln.
the price being paid Is 45 and
Charlevoix.—The M
! ' every morning and the pries
i're.-luom ami vMrs. Rooeevelt
30 cents.
qiilred the Detroit and Charlevoix raU- ,111.
are those prevailing at the
ELK RAPIDS.
Ill. exorx SiimUy afternoon, the
Mrs. Ralph Atkinson and son Louie road, which gives Oie M. C. R. an
correction.
The market fluetoates
Uupids, .May 15.—Water sblpxxi-i:le'i I
nnxl alwaya visit
called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. trance lo this city.
Gi--- ;--ii-xx.< Cl- - .lint suburban town.
more or lees and eometimes
hav-e been liuiucrous 'at tbU
\V. H. Beeman, at Osborn, Mooday
,,i. . I ->f ii- III-;- rx aud Its flue old
Tecumteh—Stock has been •
cle quoted et one price In the morning port during the |>ast few days.
Willlam Harlu'an trf Benzonla la ficribed lo assure Tccumseh a large
■a aelling at a higher or lower figure Friday the steamer Chaa, Neff arrived
calling on friends at Osborn this toy factory, the output of which
........ x-. -iliei-ix. falherof ei
with the first cargo of ore of the sea
Mfere the day la through.
/
week.
[iractlcally sold for slj months ahead <Iox.-i-u>i I . -ii-i ,\L t i-orhex'S of Nexv
.
RETAII- PRICES—Mcals^
sun. Her contract calls for 65,000
JeiNox. xvs« n -i-l'---ue txi the n.iliooKi
Miss Marhca Wiggins Is the guest
I
^ f’ork. clearback, per hbl.................. V'- lu lie delivered, here and she brings of- Mrs. Fred Beeman at this writing. •Many men. boys and girls will be glve- -.....
;i 111 I-'-o wIili'U uoiiiiualed
I employmenL
Monday
Codfish. per Ib................................ to 1S< ai'uui 1.5DU tuns per trip.
l.ln...bi I- I- 111- pi’''l'leu.-r- He
HBullng"hay seems lo l>c the order
Battle Creek—Mine. Elsie Heyraud.
Hun. per Ib.............................. 18 to 2(h ihe Pfallelus Sawyer look on
of the day for the past week, the price xx lfe of a French fanner, has received uius- Lilly x i-orv vlil.
I
laird, per Ib.............................. 13 to 14i of hardwood lumber for Chicago at
Wfii.-m-iU, m-ii-G one of lliv oldest
paid being |15 a ton.
dlplfxnia of honor from the Grand offlri-h-.l-lei» i'll \rriiiont In point of
Hie Iron company's dock.
Saturday
1
Bacon, per II............................... :
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Deschuitor
■ucburs dc la MutualiUe ot Paris, rerxl- .- Ui-ii:ii-il-ui J. Gleasou baa
;
Presh fish. i«r lb ............................12' night, the steamer Jlanlslee of the and'Mrs Perry
Pearl Lake were
r a Volume of iioems she submlUed. holvi iiio otti-1- -If town clerk tor fifty
I
RETAIL PRICES—PouUry
.Vessen line, look on 2.075 barrels Of
Ekiiplre callers today.
-me muse- iiilxi- x i-.ii-s and baa be.
There were 8,090 oontesiaotB'
-■ipring chickens, per Ib.....................16' ceoienl.fi>r Milwaukee. The suamer
Carl Ziegler of Ovlatt was the guest
Grand. Rapida.—Grandma Haugh- ••Icrtexl for Hie fifty second term.
Gordon cleared Saturday with 800 bar­ of Paul Varnoe Tuesday. He bought
Hens, per Ib...................................................1&
A well l.ii-iwn oliarnrtor lo Waablng
ifiling of Arcadia Is seventy-two years bin is diei-livn VhII. son ef Alfred Vail.
RETAIL PRICES—VegoUbles
rels lur Boyne City. Sunday the 1111>nie hay of Mr. Vamoe.
of age and during the past winter she Wli.i .-o-x.iH-iM.e-i xx-nu Morse and Hen
Poutoes. per bu.......................60 to 6fi nloB discharged a large amount of
Jerry. Mowers of Pearl Lake was
pieced two log cablfl quills and knit
Apples*, per hu....-'.................50cto» freighi. took on 76J sacks of pouioes ] Empire visitor Wednesdly.
pairs of double thread mlticns. and 1-ulli ilie fi:
-am engine tbai
quanlilj at household goods'•abhage. per Ih ........................Sc to 4
Frank Wiggins of Honor passed
x-roaa the oeesn
RETAIL PRICBS-Dalry Producle. riiu Missouri was in Monday, loaded through here Friday, en route for besides taking care of many sick fcHks ever propelli-xJ a
e famous violtii
-4ucu--t tVllhelin the neighborhood.
itarrels of cement, left some Glen Haven.
Butter, creamery, per Ib ..3ti to 35
IM.
of
L-ml-ii
-Ii.—ivered
a IllUe boy
Bay City—The Michigan Central
Butter, dairy., per Ib ..............25 to-30 freight at the village dock, knd Is exby
the
mime
of
l.eopold
Ltistlg playms
will put In a 12-mlle branch In Mont­
l>eaed Hguin today, going soulb. and
■ heese. per lb ......................
the rloUu on Hie aireett of the metrop
BOWERS HARBOR.
morency county, to reach the bardwill clear the warehoose of potatoes.
olu.
He
i—k
him
h'-me
sod
gave him
Mrs. MjrUo Dohm baa been spend xvood Umber supply lor the new mill
Mrs. Johu Thompson, one of the pi­
Dlromargartne. per Ib.................... 1*
aome tn-irn. Gou. m-l the boy wUl
oneers of Ibis sectloa. ^ied ai her ing a few days with Mrs. William to be erected here ihU month by Rich­ Bhortly niakr hU debut on Ihe London
Salt, per ............................. - -26 to 86
Dohm.
ardson
&.
Co.
of
Alpena.
The
supply
concert platform.
Honey, comb, per Ih.............. 12 to M home un the cast side Thursday after
A party of fiabermen from here will keep the mill buay for 30 yeai*.
Profeavor* Wllll'ini ' aiTip1>ell of t'e
Maple syrup, per gallon................ »L35 iio‘/Q at the advanced age Of seventywent lo Cedar Run Saturday on a
Kalamaxoo—The Kalamatoo. Lake lumbln iinlx-i-li;. 'in- Wn appolnieil
Maple sugar, per lb............>
J,? one years, after being In poor health
RETAIL PRICBS-Flour and Peed. for two or three years. The funeral fishing trip, maklny: Ed Corblfs home Shore & Chicago railroad, which re­ BJeUllogrii|il.ei l-> l!xe Unltexl Slate*
cently acquired U)e Pcrc Marquette governmoni ;■■ mk- -Inrce of all the
was conducted Sunday at the Presby­ their headquarters.
.......................... “ ”
Mr*. Mary Kronpa la In Traverse I rack from Paw Paw to SouUl Havea. metaliorcli-al io-e*-;I-*tloti* ••ounerie-J
terian i-liiirch by lie Rev, E. H. Vail,
Hay, baled, l>er ton ........................
wia the 1" III) --T atrucluml eiecl
City visiting her two daughter* for
thus giving the city a direct route to which Is l-eliij ier.l-.l on hy iho geo
and iDieniient made at Maple Grove.
Lake Michigan, will extend Ue Hoc
I'lour.H .L.i Co.'s Best.per bbl.84.80 The bereaved family have the sincere time.
Miss Nellie Kroupa Is spending the farther Into the city, and erect a 819,Commeal, coante, per lon l>ir--'»l
sympathy of the comuiuoity.
month of May In Traverse City,
Frsoce 1- prolmi-lx rrln--e*s Marie Bo­
090 depot
Ttirfnly-four yoarr ago, Mike Lynch
t eed. H.. L A Cto. B Best, per 100.81
guest of her nieces, the Misses SeaSUndish.—W. G. WllBOD haa Just re- naparte. d.n-.-T'.;-- of Ibe late ri-.nce
left htTc for North Dakota and bomeMiddlings, per 100 ......................... *|
S!;- liilierUe-1
brook.
lurned from White Wver. Ont„ where BoIiiimI r.. i
strndi-d a sccUon oL land. After
Hran. per lOO.................................
John McManus has bought a floe he has been during the winter carry- vast fommi- fr->m her matenini grand­
of success, he has disposed of his-boldUve Flour, per 25 lbs......................
father. the lute K Imond IHani*--'Alnnie
new horse.
tng mall on an overland trip of 75 Carlo BImi.- " -'-i'' 1* Iweiitx-flve. piwt.-tovOT seed, tested, per bu........ . -1
mgs and has Peon here a
Mr. Gem relumed to Chicago Sat- miles from White River lo Puckaaw,
visaing his rcisius. H. -I and rblllip
liuiothy seed, per bu....................»2
ty and accoioplislicd.
^irday to look after the poUto bualdng learns. Snow was four feel
BUYING PBICBS-4!raln.
icli. He lelt yesi -I Inv and thmks
'SB there.
deep on the level when he left there
hK-alIng lu Idaho iiiid laklint
T»r to ..........................................
THE /ENGUIN.
Chaa. Evans' father is here from
last we^.
clmncc at nilnlOB
le Grand Rapids Soldiers' Homo. He
the Cap* ef Good
Lake Odessa.—There Is a telephone
Re U common
l‘’lZrZ..... u,'«.c
The cement factor; Is h-. plug close
»1ll return lo d few days.
war lieiween Uio Bell Co and the Clt-,r
to'........................ <“ I lie l.'Xi” barrel |)cr day notch, aad
TToUnan. who has Spent the kens' Co. Seven grocers have startod. Thomdi nnahle
e has accom
BU/ING PRlCKS-miry PrfflJnrtle day last week turued out 1.984 winter here. Is In Traverse City with
a pellUon to Uke out the CiUaena'
barrels.
rs. James Hunter.
......................................... ” ^
He can awlm,
•phone and use only the BelU
,1. Mrlsaughllii 4s inalang r.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson spent
for
from
legs.
trip through the county- this week tn Sunday with her people, the Rickards, BeU baa 690 subscribers and the CIUAt sea be baa to come to the surface
■06' 200. The latter charges 816 per for the purpeae ef bresthing
bis official capacity as agent of the soulh ef Traverse City.
PoUtoee
............................■*
MU’ renui and the Bdl $12.
ktete iHiard of corrections and chartday. loose, per ion ................
Seen walking, this web tooted bird
Harry Jobnaon Is breaking a dandy
Battle Creek—In return tor the 39- baa been taken for a quadruped.
lay. baled, per ton .......... .
colt for single driving.
81-19
ear franchise which the Michigan The jackawi penguin la so called boPolatix-s are coming In lively and
-o-ans. white....................,
nlled
BaHway
asks
In
this
city
canae
of th»aoond ef hla extraordinary
are bringing a good'price. Towers and
_ BUYING PRICBS-Uve
3fic Cole Bros, arc making aome big ship­
council committee has prepared-a list voice.
_. appll____
.3 to 4V4c ments by boat, and are paying 50c
Mr*, r. when about lo feed her young
reach the seat of the dUease. of Important concessions,, aome of
vinerp and heifers
..........4^C per bushel.
Catarrh la a blood or eoosUtuUonal which are quite strong. Including the makes* speech, toeo opens her month,
'alves. live
and th* little one thrust* ite bead la.
..........BHc
The base ball sceaon was opened Jlaease. and In order to cure It you removal of the comixany's bcsdqnar. live
The poignln I* found only in the
must uke Internal remedies. Hall's icrs from Lanalng to this city.
.......... 7HC here Sunday afternoon between
Hogs, dreaaed
»^mpamte and frigid aoMS. Jodg,
Catarrh cure Is taken Intomally. and
Bay City.—Mt. Pleasant and Big
crujvd of noisy youngaters who claim­ acu directly on the blood and muUmbs, live weight............................
Burfaccs. Hall's Cstarrh Cure Rapids folk want the Michigan Cen­
ed to reprcacni the Rapid City school,
< reen hides ........................................
Is out a quack medicine. It waa pre­ tral 10 extend the Midland branch
and the local high'aebool team,
Cited hides .................................."•
scribed by one of the best phyal- from this city westward to their local­
D048T PAY ALIMONY.
home team boys pounded out V
clans In this country for years am
- . divorced from your appendix
"”°MTING PBICBS-Poultr^
in the Orel two inning*, and In the Is a regular preacrlpUon. It la corn- ity. diidge Dodds of the Mt. PlpasThere wHl 4m no occaalpo tor It If
eighth with the score 23 toJ the visi­ nosed of Uie beat tonics known, com- .xni rlrcuit says the people stand ready you keep your bowels raffular with
I,eased poultry........................
to
offer
the
Michigan
Central
every
•llb
the
best
blood
purifier*,
tor* "Bkldooed."
Hilckens.
wel^t .............
Dr. Kinra New Life PIU* Tb«lr ac­
directly on the mucous surfac­ l■Il^clll^ageme^t, aa they waat
tion 1* 10 gentle that the appendix
The dance given Friday evening )by acting
es. The perfect combination of the
hg* cause to m^*_th* lt«l
the IndependenU was well attended, two Ingredleota is what produces let to this City.
Petoikey.—Lightning eaui
ilie TJoyB netting $18. which waa very such wonderful results In curing Ca­
cltement and aome damage at the Megood considering their heavy expense. tarrh. Send for teatlmoniala treeOr*in Marlmt.
F. J. CHENET CO.. Props, Toledo. O. Uoiigal dairy farm In Bear Creek
May 16.-Wheat-^eavy Now that the •weather promises
township on Sunday niihL The house
permit, the managen proposes to f
was struck and the talephnne and
'\UsM *ale* ^
^he team throjigh \^"a <i>urse
a
ppyl«i of ttio >

Neigltboi^ood
Correspondence

...............

outside markets

STATE NEWS
IN BRIEF

City Book Store
The Hobart Co., Prop.

Now Is The Time and
Here Is The Opportunity
Do yon want a home, free from noise, free from
the annoyance of olhors. with pure, fresh air and
water; where you can have all the comforts of a coun­
try home with the nearby pleasurers of'city life?
If so, now is the time and here is the opportunity.
I still have fifty acres that I now offer for sale at
prices ranping from one hundred to five hundred dol­
lars per acre 'and in lots ranging from city lots to five
or any other number of acres as may be desired.
My terms are as follows: Ten per cent of purchase
price down and ten per cent every twelve months with
se^en per cent interest annually on unpaid balance.
"^bese.^offerings include farm, garden and fruit
laud, with ilesirabie building and city lots almost in
the city limits, and is'within the ability of any ener­
getic, indnatrinus person to- bby.
Let mo show y*»u this property.

E. S. Pratt.

A FOUNTAIN PEN
that requires no ink will be given
away with every purchase of ONE
DOLLAR or more for ten days only.
This is the latest novelty and is
good. See them iq. our window.
■Vou can write with water. Come In
and see them write.

1“

KIMBALL MUSIC HOUSE
M. B. Hamer. Prop.

124 Front SL

I
<5

Corset
Demonstration

For One Week
Mrs. Rosencrans of the
American Lady and
Lyra Corset Factories
Will give a demonstration oi the ments of
the American Lady and Lyra Corset*,
also give advice on corset fitting. Mr*.
Rosencrans will fit your figure wjlh the
corset that is best adapted to you. You
are cordially invited lo be presenl any of
these days.
Monday, May 20th, to
Saturday, May 25th, inclusice.

A Curioua Baremcter.

A curion- I.......
la *«id to be
deed bv thx- rx-mnant uf lliu Arnm-erun ra.-e. wbl.-h l.il.aMto the suiilb.-nimoBl prevIn i- uf «'bllv. H ■•u.i.lai* xif
Ute ciiMuff -UHl uf a i-nili. The dead
shell Is wbJ"- "• fa""wiitlici-; buL
Indlcsitlug ibe an-r.-xiu h of a moist at­
mosphere bv tliu aii|H'srouce of small
red ixpou. a.-i On- mulaiure lu the *1* Incressc* 1; l«-.-mos entirely red enfl
mains *0 thruughoot the nlnj eeaMh.

Cc era oi Like*

Swiic- :.'k-' unblue- Other*
sresciii xiiHuu- .ha.lro of green. «e
that In ............
Uiuy are hanUy dleUnguisliablo from the level, grase hov­
ered banka- A few are -almort Wa<*.
Tbe lekx- of Geneva to asore h»ei
Both Lake Gonaliint-e and tii* lako «i
Lucerne nio green, Tbe cqior o<
ttediterrauFau h*e bean.t^W tafiHoThe lake of Brienz to gamWl jtDow.
and ita neighbor. Lake Tbon. >• Us*.

ms Dj^y BAOli, THtTRSDAT. KAY M, 1907.

l>AGEe

^gle Want Ads
I Added to Anderson
^^
Undertaking Co.
Tlw Inderaon Dadertaklng C«. bare
added a new device to their equip
mMt, which la known as the "UUle
Giant" This device is a new thing
and Is Boeb that It can be made
lower 'ainy alsed casket, from the
smalieat to the largest.
Wboi folded the machine takes
very little space, being very compact
and easy to handle. It was used for
ihe firet time at the Barnes funeral
Ntorthpon yMterday.

Advartlicmpnu Id this column will
t>« IumtM for od« coot a word for
Brat liaertton; one-haU cenl a word
' leas Uaii 15 ccnU
caidi wtUi order.

WANTEUa — Experienced
rMshier
ateady poalUbn. Apply to Globe
niayl5*2
Dept. Store at once.
WANTED— A good, aloady boy i
cborea oo farm. Can go to achool
If be vtabea. School right on
ner of fanii. inquire at J. W.
ler’a Fumllurc Store or farm,
maylSif

PBli IMKHeiE EHHHHT WHEDK

mlllin
WANTED — Eipe
glrta. Apply to Globe Dept, i

MUSI anow

now ui ““■k-

Geo- H. LithTOp. Bdgewood.
15.
may 16-t3
S3! phone

WANTED—Wastad to bny hi.
.
valfbt from tep to tcniiMa bvfr
dred. U ro« bars aar to aaO
me know. B; J. Uorsan.
M-

LOST—Small alligator purse. Finder
return empty purse to Arrilla Gard­
ner. 216 East Front street and re­
ceive reward.
may l5-t2*

FOR RENT—Offlees In the Wilhelm
block.| a Wilhelm.
may n-il
WANTED—Girl competent for general
honaeverfc. Small taially: wages
MISCELLANEOUS.
U per weA. Mra. P. C. DesmonA
4U Btalh street.
4Sig4
MONET TO LOAN on pwwmal prt*^
tr and real eatata. L Newland
rler. Room 60S, miheirn block.
FOR SALE.
10-Mf
MONET TO LOAN on rMl es
W. H. Stllea, R. Fno mortgage tax. Corelf A Croat,
State Bank building.
1-1647
KOR SALE—Phonograph with
OUR MOTOR BOAT POLICIES
records; also piano practically new.
>ver against any loss or damage by
A- F- Nerlinger.
may 16-t4 Are. collision,
explosion, sinking,
stranding, latent defects In bull oi
chlnery. negligence of master or «
FOR BALE—Good work b
' ige and general average charges
1300.
all other perils of navigation.
FOB SALSJ-Dry soft wood ai II 50
load. Trarerse City Mfg, Co.
may 15-16

or storage of gasoline. They
beat policies ever written cover­
ing this class of risks. Fire inauranee.
plate glass, elevator, steam boiler,
FOR BALE—Second-hand bedroom blllty, and automobile iosnranee.
set. Cal at 236 Best Eighth street. Money to loan, real eeute (or sale or
may 14-t6
exchange. A. B. Curtis. Justice of the
P-ace and Notary Public, apr 16-tli
TOR SALK OR RENT—Nov eight
room bouse. Cass sircct. nearl
Twelfth BlreeL I’umace. Sherman'
A HnnUr.
may 13-tl

eiSPeSlIIDH OF THE CHILD

FOR SALE—Fairbanks' Standard j
wagon scales, capacity's tons; plat-1
form 7xl< feel, compeond beam. ex. | WAS SUBJECT Of OAK PARK
tension lever. We have also (or I
MOTHERS’ MEETING
sale logging trucks, low wheel log
trocka, double wagon and single
wagon. J. E- GrelUck Co. may 9-U Several Took Part in Interesting De­
bate After Papers Had Been
Read.
The Mothers' club of the Oak Park
building held a very Interesting meet­
ing yesterday afiemoon. discussing
rou need the topic, "The Disposition of
FOB BAL^Mr. Printer, do you
Child.’ The maiQ paper was read
dty Miss Edna Bmtngs. but bad been
wrlllen by Mrs. C. A. Bvcrell.
leading thought expressed in the pa­
per s-as the diversity of disposition of
__ _____ --ago for
MtL BMqulre of J. B. Paige SH«e- I children even of the same family. Dr.
Co., lU Case streeL or CHr Gregory of the city being present, the
Itena phone 602.
president. Mrs. Adams, called upon
FOR SALE—GaaoUne engine. 3 h. p. him for a dlseuaston of Ibc topic. He
Good thing for printing offlee. Bn- showed the rolatJon not only of bcrldqnliw of the
Ity. which perhaps could not be ooatrolled, hut laid emphasis upon the
FOR BALE—Gas arc lamp. Bee It; relation of food, defective eyesight
buy It at roor own price. Bagla and adenoid growths to the disposi­
Preaa.
. apr 6 tf
tion of children: the yiormally healthy
FOR BALE—Lot i
Basis Mokaaa child Is happy, provided be has proper
care, rest and food.
A general discussion followed, In
which Supt. Gilbert emphasized U
fact that all children were alike In
FOR SALF^Fonr good w,
1 standard bred brood mare and good many things. In that they would
driver. 1 fine saddle horse and all respond to human and rational
driver, 1 light brood mare, for sale
cheap. Inquire st J. W. Slater’s Lrcaiment' both mentally and physi­
cally. the great condition (or this
House Furalahlng Store, or farm.
may 7-tf
treatment helng sympathetic relation
l>etween the teacher and the child o
FOR BALE ueeood-hand
Itelween the parent and the child.
Judge Lindsay's stalcnient to Uu
effect that brutality and force breeds
FOR BALE—Golding iob press, I3ij#.
SMy terms. Eagle Press, apr 6-U hnitullty and .force, while reason and
fairness breed ihelr like. At the
conclusion of this the following ofFOB SALE- lUrred
fleers for the next year were elected:
Plymouth Rock Eggs
President, Mrs. Dr. Gregory. .
for hatching. 6) snd
Vice president, Mrs. I^jwlng.
61 sn for U
SecreUry and treasurer. Miss Cora
OLIVER WATERS
Pierson.
1417 Union St.
The following committee was also
api>olDted on the distribution of flower
seeds: Mrs. Evans. Mrs. Metcalf,
Mrs. McCool. Mrs. Banborc and Miss
Thacker.
CroUer. Pbone 1295 CSts.

may 6-K

M

FOB

BALE—Good cottage. 5 large
easy terms. Call at 606
West Eleventh street.
LOST.

LOST—Gold watch charm. betw(
Pere Hargnette round bouse and i
Inc house. Bad Masonic emblam
on <mis tide and K. of P. on other,
Bewar-d if left et Eagle office.
,
may iS-tS

J. W. MUUken's store will be
closed all day, May 30. Dera­
tion day.

85 STYLES OF OXFORDS
Do you think we can suit
cretytK>dy with that num-to ber?''~Mue want everybody
!
to see tbto any way-we'll
take cbai^ on Uic rest.
We do not believe you will
End any showipg in
city equal to
o it. Berne
berti
> be an Oxfo
Amt FHcc Yom Wlah-

BACHANT & ROSCOE

IF YOU

TOUCH
your tongue to

ALUM

and loolc in the glass—you will see the effect—
You can’t, help puckenng—it makes \ ou pucker
to think of tasting it
By the use of''I?^'GaUed chc^p Bakina
Powders you take th1§'puckering, injurious Alum
right into your system—you injure digestion,
and ruin your stomach.

(ConUDued from Page One.)
Home when the ensh came, and she
described the scene to an Eagle re­
porter as being an awful sight She
said that aparently tbe ears seemed
falriy boend Into the sir all at oooe
aod this was followed by a sound
which was more like a Ug explosloir
then all was quiet The engine
seemed to keep right on going, fairly
Jumidng as the train broke loose. Tbe
engine ran on a short distance aod
GRAND TRAVERSE SANITARIUM then returned to the wreck, later
ADDITION UNDER' WAY
tif}-lng the local officials, of what had
happene
son also saw the acci­
Mrs. Friday's
I
Plumbing Fixtures Will be Sanitary
dent, and Ur. Friday, who was in the
and Up-to-Date—Lavatory
barn, thought frdm the sound that
tbe flyer was going by at a high rate
lOf 1^
oens t. Peterson, architect, who is
,
The Une-Up.
looking after the building of the adto tbe engine was a Pere MarRoyal IS made from pure, refined Grape Cream of'1‘iirtar—Costs.more
diilon ui tbe Grand Traverse eanl- queiie'box car, Mb. 42T2'8, which was
than Alum but you have the profit of quality, the profit of good health.larluro, has the work well under way thrown almost clear off the track and
and is introducing some new features
Us side. From this .car
m Its construction. In place of tbe
end of the train the track
rough sheeting the Sacket piaster was torn up.
board is being hsed under the siding.
Tbe next car was a Union Tank
The walls will be plastered with wood Une car, No. 1073S, billed as oil. Th's
A TALE OF THE TilAIL
pulp, which will make the building
rolled over once completely and
Thrilling experience With Redikine
vi-iy warm and insulated so that hot lay almost bottom elde up
ti.n Should -Contret
and a Remarkable Escape. and cold ail- will have no effect on the the material It contained was dripping DAVID NAHWEGEZIK SENDS TO E.
Be<-aiise no natiou bav as yirt'ait
IluiH.ro.i> i.f iiiKTcstiup and tlwilllDg
interior.
E. MILLER
l quite rapidly and the section
liKicleni» an- tirlil .if life on tbr- Sants suined coum.l of Spltkhergen the game
The pluiiil.iug fixtures are u> be the
-re taking steps early this morning
there l> Ix-iug extenuiuated. And iDciKc cnill hi the nirl.v'(hi,'s. i;.-. eully deniulh.i r.ihie upiKvrtuulUes lu lulnles
most nanita'ry and up-to-date that can
roll It over enough to ke^p the fluid From Echo Bay. Ontario. Having
the rievclaiicl Plain Iwalor t-nnrained are Ix-iiic ll.,■rlook.•J by the world. The
lie- proennd. The lavatory will be from leaking out The trucks,
Heard He Keeps, (he Dysired
an arUpie <vm.-Pniiiis a driver oi) Uie -L'nile.1 Sin:ei -oiisiil -penenil alCirist]f<nii diH-rating' So that the physicliui brakes, rods, etc., were completely
Compound.
stnpp
hpiwron -!,*■»>eiiworlh and Uodge aitto(4L’ui-} Ak-i-.lewlpli. w-rltfs: "Game. .
nr aiieiidaiii will have their bands Mrippert from under the tank, oo
City many y.-aiv agn. .lames Itash- aiii-h ur*^iltv-r. iv.bir iM-ars, ptann.lfree and will not have to touch fau- the irueks'-belng burled nearly
The fame of E. E. Miller, the drug- fonl S»-oit. wbo rplatps a uuBtbar.of. tiiu. f.-i-.-, .lii.-ks :i:n! .iihrr blpde. is
rets or fixtures to get hot or cold wa­ of sight in the roadbed, tbe tics being
st. has rcaelicd fay and wide amung thrllllnc .'Xiiprieji.-.-*. due nf ibv nu>st still tiiii-i.v |.|emiiiii In the iMlanda,'bat
ter or to lake care of the waste.
n,. one I- ill <-,ini.wl the aoloiale 'afe
thrown aside like so niiicb kindling. tbe Indians, according to the follow-1 etarillng of SVM
Mi.prl.-ii.v-,
. being onni.mly <-MMnnin.ne<l. IieingCars Weil Stripped.
lug lpti.-r which be has Jaat received
March. is:.2. This la tl
kllleil at all M-aa..u-' of the year. One
aa he lolls it:
A common coal car, Pere Marquette from I'toho Bay. Ontario:
. of the vKit-rx. up ili.-re luKl-^mnw ren. 12.209. was loaded with road
-Dear S.r-I hoard romething about |
rru-rtrofT: mp:‘"v
. • fv.ns llf.-ri ,1 j.ar.y of tourbus killed op- ,
scnt|>ers and was still upon the road­
, wnrd of I. Ii.m.lml reli.ih-or. leaving
ir love medicine, or at least Joe j
„,„.,r.-,l .i„liHrs in the stogc.
LATE JUDGE ROBERTS ISSUED bed Unt stripped tjf trucks, with hard.lie told me about you. He Bays he; horrw were In ex.-ell.-iil .ronlMiou.
track underneatb. A knows you well. This la what I waol.j we rovereilJlir, fir«t nvemy iiiileK
WARRANT FOR MelLVAIN
and antlers for moonting.
B. A O. box car. No. 71.324. was on Its 1 don't remember tbe name of it Ifa tbe fort in rte»i IbDD
ih
two Iiour*.
.- f.ide;' 1 < k la NO tsuie while batchmakiiih good aon-ss the plains:
.side. -wUh the freight almost bursting stuff f'or to m^e glrla love a mam Jotlial It oi'i-ii lui-y lie lifted by band
The Man Get Wise and Skipped Out from the door, which consisted of fur­
aeph says it's a dandy. So please when k roving band of t'oiiiniioljce, hile the neat is rnblevi of down and
came
into
►Igbl.
1
knew
Ui.it
it
nieii'iitj
—Sheriff Johnson Brought
niture. etc. A L. S- M. S. box car. write aod let me know tbe price of If,
Id .Norway stringent laws have
Him Here. Last Night
No. 22.736. loaded, wu partially stove Trusting to hear from you soon. I re- fight, and I prepiin'd-Hie otviipants of *8BS' pBnvied In protection of this ml- ,
the stage for the enrouoter. They were ***“
in at th4end
aRuatM as the preDeally all am.v officers, and. althougb uable and craveful bird. Tbe walnii
Sbwifl Charles JohosoD returned ceding ^ being like the oihere. a 1Ktime 1
“Yonre tniu.
tbey realised Uiat their five# were at
last night from Detroit where be toot tle to thf left of the roadbed, as the
which
"David Nahwegeilk."
of then showed tbe
nlng B<
two 90-day prisoners. On his way train wag coming toward the city.
scarce, and the
^bieii
rbiPBi sign of fesr. Thej- calmly abtmlant. Is becoming
numbers
of
seals srv largely redoeed.
Imrk the sheriff stopped off at Paris,
loaded
their
revolvers
and
walled

for
f
ar. No. 43,207, was
lutllon
Ims ii» ,vet taken poapse .
"No
where be got Brneet Mclivaln. who thrown across the roadbed, being at
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
aloD.
It
vrould
nv-m
high
Uiiie for tbe
Is charged with stealing Hugh Ora- right angles to the track, stripped of
conntrli-s iimst dln-itly- inieresied to •
ham's wheel. The warranl was Issued its running gear. A Grand Trunk Pa­
come to an underaiamllflP whereby tbe
by tbe late Judge Lorln Roberts June
ir hoT car. No, 302..175. was thrown
tslan.ls.
Im-liiding
Bear
island,
cau be
A fountain pen that writes with waJ’-. I9<>3. and the (act that a warrant
R^ally-turnwl over for sonexatinD to
the right ot the track and over In
r Is a clever aclvertlslng novelty
Was out for blm was Upped off
■ ditch. The next, a P. M. car. No. being used by M. B. H^oer, pro­
riir^ until tlie band had rloaed In one eeruilu jaroei'. or else a combina­
tion
of
the^iViwere
abi.ulil
iuaLe
arhe left the city, having evaded the 785. waa crossways of the track, .aa
prietor of the Kimball Music House.
ratarenienis wiicrvliy law aitd order
baud <•( (be law unUl now.
was also a New York Central t Hud­
WlMlam’DeKay pf the City Book
•nd Ssbery
iicllvaln claims he Is not guilty son River box car. No. 59,304. One
storfe received a telegram today an- but they v -e too miiny for us. aod one
nne] enforced and mining
he wheel was recovered by Grahiim end was In the ditch, while the other iiouaclng Ihc death of his wife's
iroic.-tiHL Tbe prospect for
by one the lemben- of our party were
end was upon the roadbed.
i-nl I.lining is pxid. end the
brother, George Kilmer in New Jer- killed. 1
ce!.e<] two bullets In the
ticing stolen, but It also had
inn.b- that Indlrallons of ralRefrigeratof Care Stronger.
fleebv |.:ir
, but k^t
y
of a wheel belonging to Will Corwlo,
The next two cars were refriger­
flrlng uuiil I wn» Binick down from ,
l>re*-uL Tourirt
Mits Grace Eldred, one of the flrlni
and a portion of Mr. Corwin s wheel ator can and their extra strength
(eaebers at the Boardman Avenue bound. I heard nuc of tbe offleera say. ; atratoe.-s..,f .lifferent naiinnallHes visit
There goes isrony.' nnd I remembered ,‘‘*'® Wan‘l-‘ c'ery seeson.
was never recovered. Both wheels withstood the shock heller and did
Inilldlng, Is III and unable to meet BO more
I "The .'Ini-aie Is quite fair, eotislderwere Biolon on the same night
not show tbe effects as bad as the'oth­ her classes. A substitute is looking
•TVhen I .-amo to 1 was on a cot In 'hC Ibe li.ir:li latlttvlc, A clear sky it
hearing will probably be held late
ers, A P, M. refrigerator car. No. 103, after the work.
the hoe|Mt:ii Hi Fori I^^awnworth. The ' «"'<*
I’r-'v-nil w.-ok after week In the'
was still where the track ahould be,
Grace Church guild Is planning
doctor told me I lind sit bullet wounds '
“'"■"’U n>e warmeat pan of
but which In reality was thrown
musical to be given at the home of and Id oddliteti had Iwvn ecslped. It toe yror i« the first half of Angoxt,
one side, and almost In poslUon. with Mrs. -Frank Smith. 403 SIxUi street,
-hpient of foldien when ibp tlieroinmeiiv- someilmea
reaches Id rtem--e« .-.-iiili-Tade irtn de-'
bad
c*.me
upon
the
looted
stage
the
day
the front trucks buried completely
tomorrow evening. Clever InvItaUons
gree« F • The inierior of the Ixlaodi
after the aitHi-U. Tbe leo men
the sand and the bottom of one e
havo been Issued, coolalslng a :
Is llllln kli to ... l-eliiB ilim.uli .
dead. sea1|ied. nil of them, but by
ot the car resting on the ground. This of music.
I ntonnlniB*.
strange piny of fme I was still sllve.
where a bare second before
Mist Grace L. Harner, wfio has been They hurried me to Fort Leavenworth, Violent ;torn.s. with snow, sleet andRemains Shipped to Home In Sag. Iir-u\y ties .and steel rails. Car No. taking a Course of musical InstrucUoa where I wss given the best medical
■ freiuciii ezr-pt during the
Inaw—Two Funerals Held
111! 1 r " -I'llieiigo Newa
7.463, of the Armour Refrigerator line on the vlotlncclio In Cleveland
esre. tinil after se.eral weeks
Today.
was tipped slightly with the trucks past four months, returned home
wounds bexied. 9o far as 1 kno
am the only man who has rurvived the
buried nnderaeath almost out of sight evening.. She has not decided on
scalping knife"- K.-.|i-i;.« I'li,.- Journal.
i<‘ funeral service of James
Id the sand, but still upoo the road­ future plana.
lirlSe will be held tomorrow afternoon bed RDd almost in poelUon.
Rehearsals are progressing nicely
ployed tbi' • r.to.1 the pul.llc aquaree
T1i< Women Cabbies of Pant
at 2 o clock from the home of bis eon,
A, F. & P. M- car. No. 2.462, still (or the concert to bo given In
When the T-vrls rail drivers attempt- when III- " .-itlicr gets warm there are
Fr.mcis Kilbride. The bodybad the rails underneath, but they Grand opi-ra house on Tuesday, May ad to mnke :i ::w>jHeibIe for half a dos- baadruds i .1 iiorl.aps ihousanda that
taken to H. L. Carter’s morgue and were lorn from tbe track, so that the 280i, under the dlrecUon of Mrs. N. E. m wonieu to -urn a ll> iiig dm mg cabs lotiagc nl H l.on.-s of Uie day In tbe
prepared for burial and was then front trucks of this car were practi­ Degen. There are about 60 singers in tn tbe riiy, the cliivalrous Frenchmen cafes, t-cer isl.s.ns and wein stulwu.
where ihej nisi i.ay for w hat they eat
taken to hie son's home.
cally buried In the sand and tbe car tbe company and there wiu be some went out of tbi lr way to hire tbe woa
and drink i order l«. obtain the prlv.
Buried This Afternoon.
silghtly Upped, with the rear trucks InteresUng numbers; the music Is fine. en drivem They were readily distil
guiahed at a distaoce by ibelr uniform Oege of lounging. In the very poorest
Tbe funeral of Weeley E Camp­
Uie rails, which ere turned
Ransford P. Hawkina and Mlaa et a low .-rowne.1 hat and s flowing Quarters men who by their appeeraace
bell was held -this afternoon frmn the quarter over on one side of the track. Susie Gray, both of UUs city,
cape. The women are doing a good most bare llnie to spend play backhome of bis brother, J. J. Campbell.
M. 4 N. E. car No. 16 waa next married last evening at tbe Asbury bnsloees—so goo.1, in fart, that i-ermiu gatum. 11, cauls cr . ;«>sa. read tbe
East Eighth street
Under this car one rail was about In M. E parsonage by the Rev. Irwin.
driver* who have Icwt llieir trade comic |.!'|«-i of u-c-r-ly d-ie between
Death at the Aaylum.
place but loosened, with the other rail They were attended by J. Welle and hare resorted to the trick of dieear.ling drinks In sll drinking plu-es.
NolH^iy . :n ........ .. f..r nil thU lelsrs. Louise FrelUg. a pioneer of tipped over on Us side, but the trucks MUs Marie McDonald. Mr. and
their ow n lall h.n- ouJ l o.ilr and inloidre. '.‘t.-rne of too-., who boinge In tbe
Saginaw, died at the asylum yester­ f this car sUII remain upon It in this Hawkins alll make their homo 1
Ulg tbe w..m.u-,.-np- mid loo hat.
The pesaenger "lio bails them does places of ptiKilc resort by d iy probably
day of organic heart disease at the posltioa.
that .
discover the nias'inerade of the
of 87 years. Undertaker AaderT%e last car was the caboose. No.
drlT« Oil it Is too late to send the mao ooDSldertble class of piTw-na on the
sent the body to the old home this S97. which was partially on the track,
earn ihcir living by dePERSONAL MENTION.
* away without U-mc laugh.-d at by the
morning. Mrs. Frettag has been tn only one side of one truck being off.
people on ili- -treoi Tb«re i« ini- nest vioua wa.'S <d one sort or another and
the asylum since May 20, 1904.
cllenfs >.r their vlctlmt tn
BMm Wiecker Comes at Noon.
eaougb so that Ihe women, cen-ivilb
Funeral of May Tabberer.
unfair competition, couiinue to the sal.ons or rof.-s. Still oibere are
The locM eectlon gang were set to
Miss Ethel
Ralph Anderson went to Yube this woric d(Mng what they could with the Chliago yeslerdsy on the boat for a prosper
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after some fa«hlou by their children.
morning to oondnet the funeral of aid of a light crane whOe waiting for visit with friends and relaUves
But there ulua.vs Is an unexplalasd
Shelguf. Phetesi-agby.
.’drs. May Tabberer Uiere this after­ the xtoani wrecker from Grand RapMr. and Mra. e: Wllhelfn today re­
Oameniv on the wing are flying reaidojim.—.New York Sun.
noon.
Ida, which came ehorOy after
ceived word that a distant relaUve by through German.. A pro,.e. Ole tc
It wlU take about aeven hours for the marriage, Mrs. Jobn Sayler of Mc­ take photocrHpliH and ehdnied to have
A Queer Theory.
wrecker to get the track clear so that Henry. HI.. Is dead- The -body 1s ex­ been successful at Ihe hctchi of half a' Ah old friend a.sks: "S5eo If any of
the Idea of Herr Marie, a Or- year rcadcra can explain why, wlihoat
iralne can begin running ov
pected here for burial.
an.v
exta-idion,
a person having met
ognipln-r
i-aiuera
having
in
phoiogni
part of the road.
Mr. and Mra H. J. Curtis, Mra.
death Uirourii violent means Is picked
As a result of the wreck, five Lucy Curtis and Mra. Adeline Cur­
up with e.iUvr one or G.lh aboc* re­
(rel^ta will be held up from the tis returned from Northport thlf shell
of a kind of tn.p ,.\t pro 1< '-n-.iiii.-d moved lnl«.-t. -i have 1m-.-ii emplo.ved
•onth and a number of light freights morning after attending the funeral of angle, aa ibc .-am.n, nntr-. i.. iiiiik,e Its Is rullrond work Tor tweaty-sevea
9 CEhTTS A
gm
(ro^ the north.
Albert Barnes, who was burled yes­ desceni hu.I is la-iubd s.iiblly down­ years and lu-i.e wItOesacU buodreda of
SHOW AM
Passenger trains are being sent terday.
ward. llic -himcr |H ini’.-m.nl'-ally re InstsDcea Wbi.h lead me to consider
■'
rer the M. * N. E road to Kaleva,
Miss Grace Morgan left Wednesday leased and :i pl-nin- to token of a
where they again strike their own for -Washington, D. C.. to attend the broad expHt o- ..f .-oiiutry In still all
was riding from .Ul.iiny to Trey oa the
trades. BO that there will be only a comniencement exerclsre of the Na-, the flight nud .«|Hsi at which the nevlal belt llnc. Bud tbe engine atruck and lacamera will fall can lie nil.-iitotcl with
small delay In passenger traffic.
ark seminary. She will visit much pre.-toi"U. Pre<-niitl"iis are taken stanUy killed a man walking on the
Arbor
and
Detroit
en
route.
tracA.
While ibe excitemesi waa goAnlmlm^SUrj
to avoid damage by concussion, and tbe
remarked to a fellow psreeebeaiiUf.il eolorfniri
From Washington she will go to the results are expected to be nf cr.-iit pos­
tee If be has both shoaB
of the va.-)l.us
Jamestown exposldon. and from there sible viloe In military operatlona—t ger.'Look
__
________looked
and discovered
ject than uier ■ |.ri-iuii«-the exNew York and Boston tor PlttsbOf* Gasettt-Tlnies.
lie huBtm’s Rnettge
that the' left shoe bad been removed
latenee of tbe
be pla'of Itself deiM-nde niv vislu with friends. Before returning
colors end the perob tbe*. Tbe
Tl
Tbe wilii ra^berry has the greatest without tbe string having been loosenhome,
Uths
Morgan
will
make
an
ex­
tunes ettrect tbe varioi loeecta bwt
Tltellty of any English seed. Meiouj ed' How can you account (or IlT’—
re a
tensive Tlalt with her slater. Mrs. Mc­ seed has been known to grow altar I n«w Tart rre*L
_
Donald, In Petorborongh, l>na(ls
keeping tar (ecty 7«SI«.
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