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CHELSEA, MICHIGAH, THURSDAY, JANUARY
BL8JCA »TANl)AKl>, K«tttbllnpod J889
__ u, v,Tfais iff the time of 'the year when one
particularly apt" to,
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HifiCompanion Was Killed
B y Burglar Wfio Ho v
Had Captured* ,
Get a bottle—a a c c e n t bottle will 9 i‘ may be enough—of NYAL'S
cotigh balsam), ;ftri4 eu retrecd ld n g h t ;"
•Jit thh’stBFtr^before. it hiw/had. tifne .to betiopve dan' erous.„
verdicts
-C O FFE E th a t is~B ^ T , One-gip^and-then your^ve
If it isn't better than you' ve been ,1)uyirigijfor the same; money,
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■Buy ajpackagejif Fancy ■Blend todaynntd^be^convtttoed;
FOR SALFr ONLY BY ’TH E
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-f ront dbo?l and ra n d o w n t h a Congress
streeiJilfi, firing-four shots a t Morey
as they Went.:
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.Chief of Poiice.iM ilo,G age was nptjR
fled and be a t once telephoned Bagvgagenian Miner a t the* station, to be,
on!the Watch t o r t h e burglars;, as is
his custom jh cftses-of the, sort, Miner
communicated the order . to -Emmett
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M. J. Emmett Improving;- ‘
.M organJ.Em m ett ofthiai place,
who was sb seriously wounded in
; his fight with. the .burglars'hh.Ypsilanti Friday morning, is report'
ed as having, rested ' hicely duripg_i
:.Wer$. Caiight and One
Haa Been Sentenced to
Life Imprisonment:
-Ettob *.one !j» a special '•.one, Tor each and every iU! They are
remedies you oun depeud on to do whet you expect of them, #m:i
they always do. Yet should you be the least way dissatisfied, we
promptly refund your money.
■, Next tipie you are in our store get a copy of
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The Blue Line To Health
describing and pricing them all. I t's a bandy and useful book to
have! about.the houaeobt any time ami it's free.
D on't experiment buy the “T R I E D AND PROVEN" REX ALL L IN E., The beat find most, satisfactory line of remedies sold
. in the world today.
Here’s a Partial List:
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‘Rexall Cherry Juice Cough’Syrup 25c and 50c.
Rexall Bronchials unsurpassed for soreness of the throat, and
bronchial tubes, 10c box.
Rexall Rheumatic Remedy;._45c and 75c h o ttle ...
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RexaUKidney. Pills for tho treatm ent of diseases of the
kidneys and urinary-tract. . 60 pills in box, price 25c.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, 25o and 50c box.1
- : Rexall Orderiies for the curd of Constipation, 10c and 25c.
:Ask us abaut the rest of the Rexall line* inquire about the
liberal guhrantde we sell uhder.
WE ABE SELLING:
1 9 c for 3 cakes kitchen Sa-‘
.polio_.
6 5 c for 6 No. C size Monarch
Sugar Corn
6 9 c for 1 lb tin .of Van
' 8 5 c for 10 bars 5c size White
Floating Soap
$ 1 .0 0 to r 5 lb milk pail Gol en .Rio Roasted Coffee
2 5 c for 6 IB jpkg extra quality
, latge lump Gloss Starch .
S ec tor 10 bars re ular 5c
size Aome soap •! ■
7 4 c for No. 2 size flat cans
___genuine Columbian Salmon__
2 9 c for., six 1' lb, pkgs. extra .
■ extra qual ty Corn Starch
6 0 c for ’ 3 N q .-2 : size - cans extra quality Grated Pineapp e
2 0 c for 6*re ular 5c size pat.
.Bluing Paddles
2 2 c for 4 oz bottle full, m eas-'
ure Pure Lemon E xtract
8 0 c for 5 pounds H. & E.
Cut.Loaf Sugar
$1*68 for 6 lb package fancy
blend fresh roasted Coffee
8 4 ct ___
for _. 5 bars regular IQc
size Ivory Soap
. P for, 2 lb box Old Style
Mixed Candy
8 9 c for 1 lb package pure
“ Java Ciimam n
2 4 c for 3 jars regular 10c size
Royal Luncheon Ghee' e
8 5 c for 2 regular 25c pack­
ages Gold Dust
. 6 9 c for 6 No. 3 size eans fancy^
whole, red, ripe Tomatoes
1 5 c for 6 regular 5o packages
frets’i Yeast Foam
2 2 c for 3 regular 10c eans of
'. Lye •
IS cT o r 2 regular 10c packages
Celluloid Starch
6 9 c for 2 q t bottle Robertson’s
I Graj)e Juice i
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You canlfcafford-to etay away from Chelsea and Freeman's Store
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Every person should have a Savings Bank Book, and if you
are systematic in banking small savings with us you will soon be
in ft position of Indejjendence., We divide our profits'with you by
paying you 3 per cent'interest, comiiounded semi-annuallv
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Farmers &Merchants Bank
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A. E. WINANS & SON, Jewelers,
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could r-,-.-Harrington th e n ^sto p p ed -ah gan Emmett^; said he wanted, to plead
(e rectfic ■b a r. "^oudd-j fp r; Detroit: to a m ur^or charge and. have it over
W alter Piefce" and N ight W atchm an with. M onday; afterhoon, however,
Mowry i secured a rig and drove , to his sister, M rs^BerthaG erm ohd, from
FOR
Dentoh-wkere-'.they, .'stopped -:thfe-'car Detroit, was wtth him fo r some' time,!
an,d found H arrington who was al-. andshOi believing th a t her brother, is
G H ELSEA FLOURr
most exhausted from th e loss of not'guilty of m ufder,though; he m ight
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blood. • They . brought him back; to be of an a tte m p t to commit the criihe,
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Y psilanti With thfem; Charles, Pen- has urged him to stand trial.
^W
hether
H
arrington
will
be
brought
hey-arid-Cbarles-C atn—werfr-swom 4ft
u p T o r7tria l this week depends very
susplclpua.: ch aracters vall.'.'night'^ivhiip as special .officers ,andr,tfl^k ! up th e much upon th e condition o f Morgan
tra il of McCormick,' T hey found him
a t their work.
o n board ar - Detroitricar :a t^ W i ardi’s; Einm ett,m ow fighting for his .life in
rShortly
often
5
d’clockT
ac<Mrdlng
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OF
a D etroit hospital) apd also upon
the story told by E m m ett, as he lay Crossing about 7 o’clock and placed w hether he changes his iaalnd and de---- V-on a cot in a hotel room, th e tic k e t him under arrest, . Both ihen were
raands a ju ry !tria ir !
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ta
k
en
to
Justice
Gunn’s
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office
where
FEED
G R IN D IN G
clerics aw two; men walk, into the wo­
m en ’s re tirin g fnpm p f. th e station, they were arraigned.
^ Stppkhold^rs Must Ray.
A rem arkable thing about th e c ap ­
*rP— fje told Miner, who-Was a t w ork in th e
baggage room, and th e la tte r declared tu re o f :he two1wounded men was the - A decree has been signed by Judeg
llT hey-arfi-O urm eii^L etla-getthem Jl fa c t th a t both were takeu from the Kinne oif thte circu it .court in the case
com e:;back from sam e^ear-at-differenttim es^—McCor- pt William W. W edpmeyer, receiver,
l he was a deputy-sheriff Tnick—whs-ncaught rfirst by Special: vsj-the- stockholders- of th e defunct
aud th erefo re arm ed,” said Em mett, O fficers: Charles Gain and Charles Chelsea Savi ngrbauk*
It
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,tha>t.
certain
of
the
while T had no' weapon.” W -fctalked Pennyr-w ho sto p p e d -th e -c a r-a b d u t
in
pto'-the re tirin g room and M ipersaid th re e miles out of Ypsilanti and stockholders -were depositors
the
hank
and
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You two fellows are upper a rrest.” * found their! man on board. They
as
retained
certain
_suui&_a£
~iThey nTade-not^the-stightest show started*: back to- Y psilanti; A
•b^ resistanhe and subm itted to being miles fu rth er on the car overtook m.pney declared a s1dividends, which
taken Into custody. . M iner grabbed H afr ugton and he sig n aled itto stop. aroH:o be credited to them on th e ir
one of tkem-by th e e b a t collar and I Almost exhausted *from the loss^of assessment, hut th e decree is to be
grabbed the ’other, and vWe marched blood, he climbed on hoard and sank entered p ra form a against thejfn fo r
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the full, am oupt. The defendants,
them into £he baggage }room. There into a.sdat. W ithin a few- m inutes
Sw ift’s P rem ium looks like \ butter, tastes ' lik e . butter,
Miner tried to disarm hisvman, and,in th e c a r was, _ stopped by . W alter Joseph Ry.erson, Emily J.--G la^ierr
more healthy th an butter, b e tte r than butter, cheaper
Vera Glazier and H en rietta Glazier,
th a n blotter.
a-second both of "them' had started to ’ P ierce a n d ^ ffice r Mowry and H hr
rington was placed under arrest.-,
. had transferred th e ir stock to F ran k
light w ithout a m om ent’s warnihg.,”
Em m ett-grappled w ith his assailant . Shortly afteri-the shoohing a jiihmy P. Glazier who, in addition, owned
in the endeavor to force him to drop and. an autom atic rpvolyer^ 'ie re , 672 shares of stock, and who la te r
was declared a bankrupt. Fred Ho1
th e revolver, but th e robber threw found near the. station.
del
and Frederick W edem eyer died,
one arm around the clerk.vUnd with •Mr. J® ner,w as 66 years of age and
having
no estate, and no service was
^ th e other,- pres»ing- th
ves a vvidow and one son-1 n-Ypslhad
on
them . Therefore it is de­
clos&, to his b reast th a t his clothing, lanti;
creed
th
a
t an assessment ’of 100 p er
M organ Em m ett was tak en to the
wps burned, fired a shot into his le ft
lung. Em m ett’s le ft arm was dis­ D etroit sanitarium a fte r th e shoot­ cent Is made oh th e stock held by th e
following defendants w ith five p e i\
A complete line of Jewelry,-Watches, Clacks,- Spectacles, etc. * abled by the shot, b u t he plpckly clung ing. He . was so weak from loss,of cent in terest from December % 1907:
A new lot Of Set Rings a t a bargain, See our line of Silverware1 ft to his man w ith his rig h t arm, The blood th a t he was able to -give only a
Amt.
Name
-No Shares.
burglar dragged him o u t on th e plat- general description of the shoo,ting; Efiwiu K o e b b e ....,
you purchase.
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$1,000
. 1 form; of the baggageroom ond clubbed “*■One bullet struck -h is—breast-bone
: ioo
Joanna K e lly .. . . . . .
him into insensibility, with the b u tt and glanced through th e lungs.. .
1,000
George W. P alm er
I! of his weapon* taking flight down th e
“ The bullet could not have missed
1,000
Jk=
E m m ett’s heart"by“m ore^than kaTfan W illiam P. Schenk. TTV-v-eitlO--railroad tracks,* ~—T
— *-R EPA iltTN C i A S IM K IA M Y . 1 ------------ ------------- L r
1,000
In the meanwhile M iner - and hss Inch,” said 'the house physician, Michael S c h e n k .... ..........1(1
1,000
P
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chaible
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man were engaged in a pistol battle. “T h at he escaped death is a wonder.”
Theodore
E,
Wood.
1,400
E m m ett was too busily engaged with
The second bullet' wound is in
Frances
B
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m
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’ 100
his own hian to take notice^pf M iner’s E m m ett’s le ft shoulder, in which is a
1,000
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progress, but he says Minter stood gaping hole.
This,' however,
L. I*. G o rto n ... . . . ;
300
about 30 fe e t across th e room from thought to be only a flesh wound.
300
M
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the' burglar, each of them taking
1,000
Frank
E.
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desperate aim and firing carefully to
W ithout the flicker of an eyelash
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u n d th e -o th c r’sH fe,
two' boys, Monday aiternoon heard John K elly.......... .. . . . . \ 1
l y e a r e lo c a te d in . th e B a se m e n t
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M
argaret
M
u
rray
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300
-^-Mlner received a bullet-ln-the-JV d Jn d g e^ib n c~ p a» v -atato prison sen,i»ooo
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am’s apple which •-went through, his fences.upon them ; one, Carl Billings, Jenny P a r k e r . . . . ..
o f t)Xe/ Htby# W o rk s Office.
-100
throat. He staggered outside and for burglary, and . the other, R obert Lizute Runolm an,.,
■600
across the street," h a lf way to th e McCormick for murder in the; first Emanuel S c h e n k ... ___ _ r>
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1,000
Josephine
W
a
tts
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0
W estfall hotel, where he fell exhaustd degree.
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against a fence and was dead when
Billings whs charged with burglary, John C la rk ,. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 1
John
W.
Schenk
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1,000
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10
fouup.
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McCormick with murder and ; H ar­
There were th ree men in th^ bur­ rington With assault with in te n t to Orson B eem an, . . , , ...........10 ;
1»ooo
Homer G. Ive*....... .......10
glary job, but one of them , Cart Bill commit murder.
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A'.r r iiv.v.v.C
i n gV o v a r y ..d a y , a n d w e b av © l o t s o f ; u s e f u l
The
receiver
la
authorised
to
have
lugs, be ame separated from th e
Billings, i little paler th an Mc­
g o o d s ' o ri h a n d to . s e l e c t f r o t n , ,
" others, and was g ath ered in by the Cormick, but less unkem pt in ap- the proceas of execution to coUect
the»e amounU, the rarfou* partic* to
police several hours before the mur­ pearatuie, stood before Judge Klnne* lie credited with amount* held )vack
. ‘ Seo-.us about yoift' now harness, we have the largest line to
der was committed,
and was sentenced to a maximum Ah dividend* on their deposits,
Select.front;
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The ones who did th e shooting were term of 10 years, u r minimum of five
Aw*«ltor
HaVry H arrington, aged IS years, and years, in Jackson prlsop, and the
Corn Shellure, Food Cookers and Tank Heaters, We'have
R obert - McOormipk, aged 18 years only sigp th a t l^o evidenced of haying
Mct JeUaod Dixon, colored, of Ann
them .
All oj th e men wen; from Detroit.
hoard i t was a 'quick shifting pf a bjg Arhpr, was convicted In the circuit
The bartender , of the W estfall quid of tobacco ffpni ope check iu court Saturday of th e crime of a*s a u ltin g w ith c rtm to a l in te n t, a y o u n g
Gall
hotel heard tjic shooting and readied fhc other. ' W oven W ire .fence of all kinds, and a t low est prices,
lady o n t h e n ig h t o f N o v e m b e r 21st,
the door in time to [see Miner fall
McCormick, when asked if thi*re and was sentenced
Ju d g e K ln n e to
npd f^ep ns. ' ‘
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dead. He immediately telephoned was any rcasop w hy septency should J a r k s o n . T h e m a x im u m p e n a lty im ­
OhVef Gage, and the la tte r a t once not l>o passed upon h'm, said, “ Eh, posed by th e s ta tu te * iu caae* o f th is
kind is te n y e a r * and th e m in im u m
arranged to pursue the men. Uar eh,” arid shook hi* h^ad ‘'W-" The p e n a lty fl- l' y e a r *. T h e J u d g * r ^ *
rlngtoiv rap iip l'it« p c c t Rtrpe|; and life sc?iteafr passed uj>on him s« n J. om m en deu th e flfttm er. A m o n g th e
stoppl’d pi thy hopoe of L, }l, R attee ingly m*.de rm particular difference jueeve w h o wnse eh osea to b e a r t h r
evidence in thta Caen w ere H e r m a n
a t the edge of tpwn and Mkrd Mr. to him.
F le t c h e r , o f L h a m B d w a r d B U p t s h ,
1’aUcc to tic up hlf wrUt. Re told
B e fo r e h e a rin g th e ir sentence a n d o f D e x t e r t o w t o U L afid fc e b r r t f o l h : t,
WE WILL ALWAYS TREAT YOU RIORT,
Mr. H attec th a t he had been riding w h ile th e y w ere d o a e te d w ith J e d f e p i L y h M
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Grocer
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^ H e n r y - a g e d r 8 6 , ;night -th e -n lg h V u n d ^ co n tln u e ^
Klnne,: th ey showed a slight feeling
baggageman for, the Michigan Ce ntral, IprpveV andi i^e attendingphy sicians pf sorroWj’n o t for i^e deed th a t they!
was klUed and Morgan J. Emmett,; of ‘ now say ithat 'iiis, chances for re­ had com m itted, b u t fo r th e fa c t th a t
Chelsea. nigh t .ticket clerk, was shot covery'are good
they, bad no t been able to “g e t away
in the' lungy in a pistol battle with two
.
-Mr.-Bmipettk family^ consisting w lth tft’’robbefSrin -thfr baggage room of - the of h is-wife and- four ctyildrenrand i | McCormick expressed no re g re t f o r
station at Ypsilanti atOilQ Friday his motheri Mra.'O. Wines, haye
the murdeY of. Miner. :
morning. .
the’sympathy' o f; thd ,^htire com- / ”1, suppose.there,Is po escape for:
meVf saidJb'e to-^hp^udge. -ifiThe
The m urderfollowod the- a ttempted ^unltyr^and^all±=zare^rejdice<b
robbery of .Switner Bros;' jewelry learn, th a t hiarchancesfor recovery ;nothidg Tor m e' to. do bu t plead
guilty*.” _
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store at! 11:30 o'clock. Thursday night, are so good.
And whe n Judge Kiane told him
Mr. Emmett'.was employed at the
T-he^robbers broke into the store bn'
CongrM*:itri?et frdm a re a r window, Ifempf " cJpmiuercial , & Sayingk not tq plead guilty asia way out of it,
andsyereloottfljar,it ■of’■•»>'q;u"aatif'y'<rof BahkTfbFSpih^tl^^rand^^ realgnetf and bhrp’to plead th a t ' i i a s guilty,
,ys^abiee
tfablei when night watchmafi! Wli- .his poisition several m saifisi-ago, he saldl “I ’m guilty all right,”
liam Morey, who^-was patrolling the going to the-Michigan 'Central a t •-:/And'a minute after he, said, • f(Now,;
Detroit, aud hhd been in Ypsilanti ;how will it be about a pairoleH’ When
street, hea^rd a noise in the store.
^M or ejrr a nr t p t he r e ^ knih-looking: i.but a short time where he had^the « he was told that a murderer was not
allowed a parole;-he said: We»,£_let
into the broken window, saV one man position of night ticket clerk.
us have i t 'over with.”
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going, through a jew,eiry case and -an1
.
When
septeppe
was
giVen,
n o ta :
The jpma freig h t!train and fell -off, rum
other sitting on- a;Vcounter.
shade
of
a
chapge
passed
over
the
watchman surprised th e
hing a hall through h ii .wVistv' M r.
face
of
MeCprmick.
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firing a shot a t th e m an onThe; i^oum P a tte e did not doubt his story and
Harrington,
the
boy
who
Bhot
Morter! The m en .b ro k e 'th ro u g h Lthe rendered^-him w hat assistance : h e
Your Sunday dinner will !be the better for a little, shopping
in :rSnr Grocery Depa rtm e n t^ i -. 1 1'■•-jl ; ' ____ 1 ■ .- ,
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u For all who buy medicines. B^inutiotie <A th e medicine that
advertise* to cure everything. T hat's oet-the way with
;qftt^ookL~ 0<>lcie are sp^netimes dangerous,' ■The danger ,Jies, in 11 '
routm*.
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It is a Well Known Fact !
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th at to r a .Holiday j)re«ent there ia noth log no appropriate aw a
nice piece of Furniture for the home. Sueb a prevent U not only *
pleasing to the eye, hut it U akm ap preclatdl bV all the member* of
the family. Realizing'thiH faet, T have taken upceial pains tbU y e a r
to submit: to the iM'opk* of Ohe’lsea an<l vk’inlty the ver>* bent th a t the
uuirkoi. offeiH in the way of nobby and new piece* of Furniture. By.
taking 1a look through our Furniture departm ent you will certainly
find fkmu'.thittg to your liking.
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DEPARTMENT.
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Tn our Hariiware department you will find many useful article *
for the Holiday season, atvh a* Silver Knives and Forks, Spoons and
Kino t intlcry,
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Thcw last frw day* remind the boy* and giri* th a t it 1* about 1
o
U ttu* for ska tin it and we have a fall line of Winslow Skates th a t will
suit everyone.
Rid*1* and Blanket* in endless varieties apd price*.
A ivi a w c la d to show yo n n u t goods w h e th e r y o n b u y w r n o t-
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THE CHELSEA STANDARD. JANUARY 13. 1910.
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R E D B Y TH U M B M A R K S
RAM Bank with Many Feroigi*
ttepeoltoro Ha* Pourttf ThT*
COMMERCE 1 1
m oi
J B E U E ttl
rets-making, and otbwjwactlces of interstate carriers established by the ao »
of coagTdss, aw* « recommendod la this
communication, I Rea no
efreemsnte between' carriers subject to.
the act, specifying •the clwslfloatrons of
freight ana the. rates, tares »nd .charges
for transportation of passengers and
freight which they may agree to .-
should not be permitted, provi
opW'of such agreements be promptly
iled yrlth the commission, but aubjeot to
all the provisions ol: tba Interatats comi&irct teti
subject to tho nfflt f t
any parties to euch sgreemsnt To oa^oel
it aa^o all er any of J h * ,» f[r^ £5 * ^
fares, chargee, 01 eleealficaflenf by jU
days’ notice In writing to the other par*
Use and to the cemmissioa”
■\ M I C H I G A N
able or cap ba Introduced lato tba
B R IE F S .
I, B. Vouch, k fxrmer living new
Gladwin, caught A lUvar m ffccntly,
He sold tho hide to Dotrolt p«r«OA|ir
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before its nessaga were rsgaraea_a»
donee* of business rogkolty and succejsw
w .,
but
IXPtCTATiON OF PROMOTEM
NSW EtlCTme^»tANTM ft>
BB MiUlLT IN FLINT.
“ QUANTITY, Q UAL­
ITY A N D PRICE*
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THREE B88ENTIAL8 THAT
Tito BhlawAiiM Fir# IaaurtAco Co. THE
Atll
WE8TERN CANADA
.I turnia dowi -tho propoaltiom Thuro- GreaterOiVlNQ
Impiils*
Than Ever Thla Year,
pF day torOlow famarf _uxisg lightning
\'
.
Tk* reports from, tba grain fields of
rods io hare A eheaper rAte oTI asiw*
Csatrai
Canada, (which comprises th*
MSfti
tor the
The Bulek Motor Ce., ef Fli»t, has Provinces of Manitoba, SaskatQhowaa
able b\
S N O W A I P S L U M B E R IN G . received a siAffle order ef J,75fi of the and Alberta) aro to hand- The yaax fng'twaineW'and onabiejkem be^
company'* machines from the Pence 1101 has not only kept pace with pre­
tone
of lawfulness;
wtUmnl
back into the........
country
the ecenom
y cf Work lit Northern Nltehfgan V l ^ CoT of Miinsapolls. Th* shipment vious years in proving .th a t this por-„ <
losing
to
the
valUje ls pieeed *t'
. '' ■’; . • -ile^ a f the Cimtinent is capable of
inanif emaat... by., w hiom ing^r ^domMtia
trade-ths cost of. production
•utly Pu«h«d, But Cold Wavo Re- Daniel W. Brlgta. who has been troduciag a splendid yield of all ih e
^th forelgn manufacturer# eur-foreign ttrdel Operationo—wife nnU Boy connected with the. Bank pt Ifctfiaif im allfr frains, b u t it has thoroughly
trade has,been greatly .lncreasea,, :
for SS years, hae realgned, to take a ouftrinned nrevloua, season*. Thera
, Elopert Caught.
Aikg National Corporation Law.
vacation. He hae filled the office ^or la quanUtyr qua)lty and prlce and from
other Ampndmnntft UrflPd;
Xn eccord with other dro^Udiwsjf the
F
M
ti0S
N
T
HANDLE*
TWO
IN3, Steel of Cheyenne* Wyo.
BepubUcnn platform
\ >■
further recomwendn tbat. the .Interstate
Cj^noao »y*tom of ldoutl- , WOBTAJNT TOPIC* IN MIB SPE­
fejff thumbmarks has W 1 CIAL MlMAQE TO CQNQRM9.
net snatn
kWIHW mmerce
d;'m> modern banking, and Vth'A
acquire any ‘Interests of - any
jt Id now in practical uae In the
capital stock, nr purchase er
Rational bank of Cheyenne a» a W A N T S H EW C O U R T ; C R E A T H t ® * ^ B« ^ A ' « & • ! { • ! « «
viewpresident for Arnumber of'yewa- eli psrts of an area of about 320,00b
c fid e n ti’ ing the eiguatures of
The new power plant to be hunt at
business to which' tl»a In,*****?!* i?!?”*
a -.
President Harry Dean, of the OwoS- square miles there oomes the stron#
mere#: act applies;-that
a.Iaw.be
enact­
my foreigners who carry depoaFlint'F iH he one of the first reeuits
‘“
t
het
no
railroad
-corpora*
Gas Co., and H. A. Smith, a stoek- refrain of coateptmenr and satlsfaeed
providina
ia th a t Institution.
ijon subject to the Interstate commerce JtVtM*and with foreign .nations, protect- ff th? merger of power pompanlee in flftider^
t h o ghiftWMHea
^ In the'-'dlstrlbution of tbu coBh
•ffilyr-fact, the thumb ward has bo Tribunal Would Ht s r Cs s— -Arising act shatrhsremfter for “ J^^^?tf^^?I'T mg meiTr'from"undue lnterfer«Ka b3Mlke-- tke gtate, When tHe ^6wer daw^;<w Power: Co., deny that their concerns
nected
with
or
relating
to
any
part
of
it*
■tales
and
regulating
thelr
aetlvHles
wo
Under tire Interstate Law—Chief business' governed by said., act,-Issue any- as to prevent*the recurrence, under na-,
diUpns
Oauaing it no distfiot bus jbeen
• s necessary on checks drawn
tba Aq Sable river are put la com~Bx«cutlve Alee Urge# Federal In* cepiUl stwk wIthcut. prevloue or _slmu^ tional auspices; of those abuses , which; mUsidn eloctrloity wIH ■be brought are In the recent big power and light ortiriooked.
.class of the- bank depositors
..v-. ■....: ‘ ^
merger.
tanto
us;value
payment
to; Itstoekj
ofnotiess
.then have arlaen under RiR1* .C01?^?,1'
corporation Statute to Suppress the
m M M M l # * written signature.• of -tbs
par
of
such
or4
any
t»nd»
law' "ehbuia "provlde^for th e lnsue of ^tOJ)k htrertbrbugh cables_ fuhnlhg between " B. J. Barnhart, " of ' Chesattlng, . Various estimates of the total yield
,er obhg*tions
of "tbs' check,” said Mr,
..............(sxcepV notw maUitv. ^ <uoh corp0ratlonas to an ^mount .equaj blib steel towera, it is stated, and dragged -his aged and slch wife from of wheat for . the country, have been
Abuses and Net to Deetroy Legit)* or other
Ojt*iele, ‘'The system has been In use
P,
Jv.,.
I..,..' ^without th«olpfevimate Cfmbinatlene ef Capital.
detect their lesue),
the^p; T?”1/ if tho‘vatock" iP*
be laaued fo^ wmnArtT.
property, tbq Flint power bouse, with tbis their burning housei-when It caught ffiade, but lt is hot the- vast total that
ous or elmultaneous payment tojiuch cor end
then, at a fsjr^.yalua«odt^ e rt« n e ^ w j auxiliary power,, will bo an lcaportant fire and burned to the ground, Both: Influence's the federal .reader' so much
Ml
ahnoet two years now. and in that
of not Irse than-the par value d'er approval and su
m^ l,;y . ; Urns the bank has not. had the least
Wa*htn*toa. Jan, 7.-No*d*<l l#*t»Ut!oii poratlon
Tho automobile were- ejok in bed when the blase wae as what has been dope individually.
f»t issued
.such .b at
o nlero
d s .^
-tfa"w
Si-«£ 'iiuthQTfty after a fulf and .complstejdkh diitrlbutibg point.
ssBCsrnlns
the
interstate
commerce
lew
f tha'n
^ h^ ee «r or .»-Jvalue,------*>e facta
pertaining,
to WO factories are to bo largo; patrons of discovered.
Ibrooble with Its foreign depositors, but und the control ot trusts formed the sub­
closure
o
f
all'the..
—--* ^ r '
'r-; " The grand total—eajr 139 million bushnot without such psymenr of the value .of- such property and Ihs lntsrest tb o ,plant,. ,
'
jtajitead baa found that the arrange* ject ot President T stt's apecUt ra«»»*g* then
reasonable
market
value
of
such^
bond*
•M
ore
than
100
warranto
have
been elsr*may :haTe its effect on the grain
herein
of
the
peraons
to
whom
lu
le.
t o ,■congress. The president call* ettsn- or obligations as ascertained h r the in­
oaed to lesue stock in jpayment of • It is not. expected that the Imported issued for tbe arrest of sclona of rich price of thfl^wqrld; lLmaor be lnterest-^
jstent works to perfection.
tion to the partial failure of the present terstate commerce-commlMloni-SftQ-tnav eachrT>ropertrT"IMhould^BubJ>c(vthe-rsaI
auxiliary, power wlll-be-availabler for
'“There are probably more national- eemjnerce taw to set reeuits because of no., property, eervlce. or other thing t hen
d-personal-property only-Xi-SUCb-Mr* 18 months-at leait.- Meantime, after Benton Harboniamllles. bn a nharge, lng to know that in the world’a mar- „
the
Trsauent
appeal*
from
tU
dedelone
poratlone-to-fhe-aame . taxation as lmsttSteB-'represented In, and. around-Chey le
kets
oft vuuaut*
Canada aw
haii
a*. 0
*#***t eou
Aounr-end.
the-■iBwnees.'wf-the-T
aney*-R
BB^
federal
ru * n 4 the
slowness.uf tho- ^m
n the wheat crop O
or other ' posed-by: the. states wlthin^whlch,It Way . tKA Plant fibra ia buirr~irwnr~ga~og~ of-piaying pool -or-gambllng.—-It la -n
carrier
corporatlbh,
of the par.
^ .epme than ip almost any other city of eupreme court in deciding thoee esses. . ■required
bond
or
oth*pnee-of
such
stock.
Irated*by
steam
pOwe^'—iiiddenly
broken
upon
the’
trading
be
situated
upon
other
aim!Isr
property
meeeece aeya:
. ;;
except the fair value of located therein, ana it should require
fbn country. The great mining camps The
a ™
*n connected
.nifnMifti nr»*n
+>ia enter;
ontorUP *n -tne clean up.
boards, and with .the Argentine, and
'Tt would not bo propor-to attempt to ir obllgetionT
A
man
with the
property, servics* or other, thing as­ such corporation* to file full and .com'v # f the state have drawn every na* deprieo any corporation of the rlffit to such
Meeting
In
a train wreck on Jhe ^
Ruwla and IndU; « now a fn^
prise
is
quoted
thus:
certained
by
the
commission,”
plete
report#
of
thsir
operation*
with
the
revlew_by « court of any order, o r do*
pM-Sv. ;i‘;.WonaBtjr of Europe to themselves, the
department of commerce, and- labor at
“We expect that thlg new station Grand Trunk three yeare age, Mice tor is tbe-making of prices. If so to*
Would Provont Wrong Praetleoo.
ere# which. If undisturbed, wouldTOh It
regular intervale. Corporatlona,organlx*d
gHf•
While the Union Pacific and Bulling- e l e reasonable return upon its Invest­ , The president continuMi .
. •
. under this act should T)e--prohlDltsd :from of bura ia going to. supply power not Ruth Edna 'Shook and Chdrlec A. day, what wjU.be its effebt five or tea
ment or would subject it to- burdens
•T beueve the*# suggested modifications acquiring
' vi'Jton railroads have:brought hundreds wbich
and holding stock In other, cor.< only:, to inauetriea of all kind* in Hall, of HamUtoh, Out.; fell in Tore years, from now, when, instead of
would unjustly
dlserlminate
"and amendments W.tha Interstate com­ poratlohs (except
for epecial reasons upon n fn V but we intend furthermore to ^ d ^ e r ^ marriidT^eeday at Coral
ymm..
o f . railroad laborers from Aslatlo -eseJnst ft and in favor of other carriers in
merce act would ,make it a complete: and
there Ueing seven million Acres under
by the proper federal author­ •erve anyone within 10 miles of the Their fathers were slefaoblmatee.
situated. What Is, however,, of effective measure for securing reasonable* approval
countries, ._ Corean ditchers, Jap* sunllsrly
ity),
thua
avoiding:
the. creeilon, under city in’any direction that wants.power
crop, with a. total yield of 123 or 130
supremo. Importssc# is that the decision ness of rates and
--------------({-practice*
In
falrness-of
practlces
ln
The proposition ef forming a state million
fifiesp section men, Chinese work- a t such cusatlons shell bo ss speedy as the operation of Interstate railr
.--_r. ------ 1:;.. ' W m
Iroad llnexL national auspices, of the holdingvcompehy ^foy^anjk'PurDose. We-belle v e th a t
buBhele, there wlU be from.1T—.
colonyfor
the
careand
treatment
ofmen, Mexicans, Indians, Lthuanian*,
to30
ialllion:
acres in wheat with a
In
time
'farmers
are
going
to
become
-----r..■—-*------■
— i n
epileptics,
will
be
considered
at
the
"Caechs, Poles, Hungarians, Bohe­ secured so as to bring about an effec- w“By'my
direction ih#
°* the great trusts.. cuetomers of ours, .and when we are Joint meeting, of the boards of truS- yield of from 325. to 600 million bush* .
my
the attorney general and monopolies.
‘By
m
;
■systematic) and scientific enforce has 'drafted
.carry, out
draftsa a bill
cm to
ic ^csrtrmmi these
i
mians, Welshmen, Irishmen, Greeks, tivo,
fc s
in proper shape we believe we can tee* of the Michigan asylums, which ols. - When it is considered
ment of the comerce law, rather thaa.
8tate Lftwg Conflict.
which will be furItalians, and about every other na­ eopflicti njr^ decielone and uncertfUrtty of recommendations,
nishtd- .upcri^reaueetUo^lhe
appropriat
make them sea whare it will hs tn will be- held In Kaiapaasoo -Jan. 20.
r ............. |h* aacroorlate
•If
the
:
prohibition
Af
the
an
titru
st
act
largest yield Intlw United Stateshut
committee whenever it may be desired^ ssainst .combi nations in restraint of trade their Interest to secure 'Juice’, from ■
tionality-can be found around chey- final ream
R. B, Davis, of New York, who slightly exceeded' 700: million bushelv
''laTadJltlon' to 7the foregoing amendI s t i r . enne ln the course of a day’s, search. Recommends “Court of Com'rndroe.** menT*
iiy reniorcea. it is «s»en* Ai?v
■>
-of - the—InteretateVcommerce. law. rial that the^iuktfonal^goyernnieiit^idnclt^ =oufc»wweSrhoIds-A lSS.OOO mcrtgage on-th# ^>lanr -tlift graatrifla'A hi
igureg-may bft_
‘For thtl purpose I recbmmend.' tne.ea-. the ■Interstate
commerce r.commls41an ^provlde^Tor-flTe creation of national xerMany of these persona deposit their ____
__ .. _ ___ ...
-United should be-given-the-powerraftof
and
grounds
of-the^Mlchigan
stardlr
a
sear­
understood.
W^ll/euch
is a safe foro*
poration* to. carrj^,.oja;a 4l^fitlmate buiu
PIenty ef 8now Aids Lumbering,
Tracings InChqyetme banks, and very Itatee,r cdjripoaed of dve JUdgeST' desif-_ ing, to-.determine-upon the uniform con- ncs*
factory :Travery# -City, began fore- castr for Canada has the land and lt^
The
States
throughout
the
Unite.
„—
.
nsted
for
such
purpose
from
sm
onirthc
of these appliances—such as sill ............. _ laws
■few o& them, comparatively"speaking’, circuit Judges of the'United
___ of
__ the
.... different
.
intrits
state# of —Tb«--upper peniniuia it in the grasp closure proceedings Tuesday. The
tne'United States, to etrueuon
ladders, roof hand holds, running conflicting
the union with respect to foreign:corpora- of the storm kjng .and lumbering ia company stp~ppdd w°rh two years ago. has tbe soli. Even today the Prov­
can write their own names, especially" be known as the. ‘United State# court steps.,
boards
and
hand
brakea
onfreight
cars
on# make It difficult, If not. impossible,
ince of Saskatchewan, one of the threw
of ebmmerce,' which court shall be sngag*d-in“intwstat# commercS-nased, b r M
Yi.v
In. letters which can be read by an clothed
f'or'bne''borpbratlon to' comply with their being vigorously pushed in the woods.
with exclusive original Jurisdic­ the-trainmen; In-the
At
the1
annual
'meeting
of
the
state
great
wheatjgrowl n o roTrittcesof CanEver
tince
the_apen:
i
hg_
of
theji.daB
0
S
7
tion over the following classes or“c»aesr" t h e d e f e c t s a nita l a c k o f , . u n i f o r m i t y “ | | roaairememe-eo-ae-to-oarry-on-buslneseordinary American business mam”
board of-correct1on*:an.d charities Sec* ada,lwUh-i$00,00<Lacres
i n ' s n u m h e r o f d iffe r e n t s ta te s .
___
"(J)> AU cases for the enforcernenh-oth*.
under- wheaL.
December_l,^untiiithe
last
few:
daya,
the suggestion that thls7propoial _of the conditions - for . lumbering . J i a W retary
Murray presented a report ;iof produces. nesrljL90 jmUlion-hushels,
erwlse then by ejudlcetlon and collec- injuries to railway trainmen. The won
.
l
i
^
A
_
'
/
.
oe
federaLincorporation-for
industrial:
xonti.
_
Woman
in
..New
Business,..
..
XI..... it
tionr of a forfeiture
or-penaltyr o r by in— derf u1 refbrrnr>flreef*r: In“ t hernu mber-of
‘ ‘ ilti
-" p8pcct o*> of «TeryJait ond courity upwards of one-tenth of the greatest
bi nations is Tntended'teffuriililr them, a n 3ee^moar?&vdr^eTahd^a ax^~f theT^infirmary
of- orlmlnal-punishme'nf, of jsny : switchmen
Miss Ida Bromile, an English girl, flietton
and-tralnmen'lnjursd-by-coup­
In
the
atato,
and
afTa
result
in^whlch vtrr continue Industrial woodsman has reaped a richer harvest
order of fhs interstate commerce com­
aeddente, due to the enforced ln- refuge
Is making money by conducting tour­ mission other than for-the payment of ling
business -under federal protection. It -than
this Investigation th* abuses will yield, of the United States, , And Sostrodu.otlon
of
safety
couplers,
is
a
demon­
has been gained for inany a of
should
be
said
that
th*
measure
contemkatchewan. is yet onjy in )the. begin-.
be.
cdrrected.
ists' about, the country in her .motor aaeney. iof what can'be done if. railroads
does not repeal the ’Sherman-anti- year.
“(2) Alt eases -brought to enjoin, set stration
are compelled to adopt proper safety ap­ dated
car. She .went to London from, her aside,-annul-or
rust
law
and
Is
not
to
be
framed
*
o
m
A
;
plan-of-Maybr
Eiils,
Grand
Ray
of ita_ dSvelopmenitr- Aa Lord
suspend any order or
The cold wave, which swept over
to'peinniutherdolnrbf the .wrong* whiolu.
: : f e S - throvlnce. and learned all about the requirement-of^ the interstate commerce pliances,
Grey
recently
pointed outinrspeaking
Ids,
a*
prereftecTto
the
park
fioarff,
The-dusstlorrhMTarlsen
In
the
opera-7the’r
eountry
last'
week,
retarded
opit-is the purpose of-that law to prevent,
-~ r ,
Interstate
tlons Orf the —
..... . commerce smploy.
mechanism of motors and how to run ecmmilsslon.
on
tbis:
Very
gubject,
this year's crop
is
to
put
the
refreshment
sales
in
the
but
only
to
foster
a
continuance
and
ad­
erations
in
the
camps
and
at
sothe
*'(S) All aueh cases as under section 8 era’
liability act, as to whether suit oan
of the highest industrial efficiency of the mills. The Sawyer-Goodman pfirKs during tbe coming summer does hot represent ohe-tenth ^of-tho "
. thdm. After she bad accomplished ef the act of February 19, -M03, known be brought against the employer com­ vance
permitting industrial abuses.
the 'Elkina-act,' ere authorised to be
In any-place other than-that of Its without
this she hired a car 'and drove It ee
melntetned in a circuit court-of~the~Unl- pany,
“Such a national Incorporation laW will company o f . Marinette was. com; under direct city control. He pro- soil equally fertile that is yet to bw
hortte
office.
The
right
to
bring
the
suit
through the moat crowded diatrint# of ted. States.
bo -opposed,- first,—by-those, who: believe pelled-to- shut-down-for- a few. days poaeB.tQ^hand'.out^peanuts and-lemon-i brought undeMhs plough,—'«5~ATT mien-mandamus 'proceedings jas- forcement as the figfit of a prtvate-por=- -that-tr uofe-shouldr-bo- complotely-broken- -because the rail reads -couid not- get- -aderatrcost- prices.
the city. The police of London
London, de-' tinder
individually,:~reports are to hand
iasr the provisions
---- -- ---------------------------of sectlort 20 or sec­
and their property’destroyed. 'It Wju
not in the company!# employ to sue up
A paBsenger train tor Chicago ran of yields of twenty-five) thirty and
dared that .she was the most expert tion 23 of t' e interstate commerce law aon
be opposed, second, by those, who doubt the logging trains through to tbe
on
an
ordinary
claim,
and
proceas
In
each
_
authorised to be maintained, in a efr ault should be auffldently aerveq_l_f upon the,constitutionality of such fsderaU in­ mill.
Into a big snowbank at Lake Harbor, thirty-five bushels to the acre. Scores
motorist that ever took a car through are
cult court of the-United Stajee
the atatlon agent-of the company upon corporation and even if It is valid; object
I
Pull^forces'
have
been
recruited
at
Wednesday
night, and was stalled 12 of yields^are reported of forty and
Reasons precisely, analogous to those whom
Cheapstde. Her reputation spread to
aervice la authorised la- made, tp to It as too great federal centralisation, the camps alnpe t he Christmas yaca- hours.-- Throe-locomotlVes
' wers—re,Induced the congress to create the bond the
It-wllL be opposed, third; by thoas who
company
in
ordtnary
actions
the continent, and Queen MargheHta. which
court of customs appeals by the provi­ arising under state law*. Bills, for “both, will Insist that a mere voluntary Inoor- Um r^fn’d -w ith -th e-re tor rr*<jf- mi 1der dUJrtji"jtorpuirtKFIHrhTback-to rMeh^ ’S0jne'ar"high'ar-eixty‘bu8h Q is.T h e
of Italy offered her the post of royal sions In the tariff act of August 5, 1909, the foregoing purpoaje^hftye been .con­ poratTon like this will not attract to;Jtd 4 weather—favorable r eport's m ay be omlnee.-. --The -pMSengers raided the farmer, who takes care of his soil, ~
he urged In support of tne creation sidered' by tne house of.- representatives assistance -'"the -.worst—of -the- offender*
chaffeuse, but Miss Bromile refused mar
who gets hls BeetLhM_ready early, Is .;
ef the commerce court.
baggage car iii search of eatabiesl
__
. statute and-who anticipatsdlfrom the woods.'. .1
have been-passedr imd: are now "be­ against the anti-trust
because It would take her from her
Tn order to provide a sufficient num­ andwl ’therefore propose Instead of It a sysLabor is everywhere in demand, and
fore
the
Interstate
commerce
committee
The Wisconsin A MIehiganirAilroad, certain of a splendid- '.crop. ~ ;
of Judges to enable this court to be
the senate, T earnestly urge that they tew of compulssory licensee for all fedora wages. are much higher thls'i season
bunts in winter, an exercise she is ber
eenstltuted it will be necessary to author­ of
s
In
interstate
all
corporations
.engaged
which
Is advertised to be sold at Me- The hews of the magnificent crop
than ever before.
The lu’mberrae’n nomlriee^_to
passionately fond of and in which she ise the appointment of five additional be'enacted into law,” .
buslnes's.
- *
satisfy a claim of $78,- yield throughout the Canadian W est
.'
Control
of
tha
Truate.
Judges, who; for the purposes "of
Let us consider these obleotlons In gre paying from |26 tb |S5, while last 1E27SI for stale
Is also an expert. She arranges for circuit
taxes, will undoubtedly wililha. pleasing to the friend * nf th**
appointment might be distributed. to -The-aecopd-Cart-of_tha.mes«age ls de- their order. The government-la
governm< .. now try- yoac. the -wages , ranged from 822—to
wbak-enri—partlflg"aBd:::chargey~fiaelP .t w ees elwuns where there-ia at the-pres-* Voted" td tho control. ot trusts. , Attar a ing to qiBsoive Rome ox inese comninabe
boughi-iiirby-th«--comnrittee:
r#pre-‘ thousands of Americans who are resl■
time r*
the 'largest-volume
of* *buy]Meet lenrmy~dli(c?eBlsrr-iSf—tru sts,: good and t!ons-and-tt-i#-not the lmontion- 0____ $30 per--mohthr
guest |36. This include?-board and
in—that-country“and=who^arep
l as the decond^-ihlgiL-fmitth^joventh- -hg.:<ff“end^he^oueeoss-of- prosocutlone-urt- gbyernment'-to' desist -in-the-least-degre*- ^YWh+l«vthe-crews-t\re-rushln^f-thittga senting the creditors of .Tnhii • it dents—
=!Mglhg-en th&^tfipT—6 ae -Is-tbe—firsts ana eighth circuits. The act Should «m- —
der-the Sherman.anti-trust act, Mr. Taft ln its effort to epd- these combination# in the' woods, the office forces of the Walsh. The: railroad is valued at.fiL vastly instrumental in the aisistancV:
•<v;
tbe-ohief-justice at-any-tlme when
which' are to-day "monopolising-tb*'com­
60TJ7G06;
wotmau -to enguge in thlB bugittess andT ew*r..bustoea&.-of the court-of commerce •ays:
IMO the duty and!purpose of the exec­ merce of. this -country; that-where Reap­ various lumbering-concerns ;are busy,
oeeiOoTucceBsfurfBat”she is uu- does not require the services of all the utive
The jjeport of the state board of ex- 4h&WT-are-rendering~tw-let-the-woridto di-ect an investigation by the ds- pears that the acquisition and concen taking inventories. It is deolnred that
knpw Its capabilities.
Judges
to
reassign
ithe
judges
designated
artment
of
Justice,
through
the
grand
'S-in
able to grant all applications.
aminerSinmSdicinefortheyoarendto -that court to- the circuits .to which ury or otherwise,
..........................
.....
ffiletory,
ill ‘
creating a-monopoly of substantially And lumber- values were “ better in—1&09 lng Oct. 1,, 1909, shows that 193 were
Into
the
organthey respectively belong; and. It should l xatlon, and purposes of all the industrial directly restraining interstate commerce, than in 1908. Current prices oh
Harvard Scored,
—
alee provide for payment to such judges companies with re»pect_ t<rwhich there Js it <is not the intention of the government shingles
Where Toys Come From.
ngies__________________________
and poits are about the same granted certificates to practice mediIt
was
the
morning-of-the-Yale-Hae^—.whlle'eltting-by assignment-itnthe-court -anV-reasonable-ffround
torLstieplelorrzthat
as lfl08rwhtie-p.ote-pTIceR wererBdme--' TcIne^ln-Mrlchlgan^during-tBat-period^ vard^me^at Cambridge^, ahitw tret
of commerce of such additional ^amount ^ffiey-fiave been, organlged for a purpose,
In the entrancing . windows of r-toy as Is necessary to bring their annual and are conducting business on a . plan kliO
l.TVail 3UX hii« AVUVAMI gVTT what slitter laat year than the year While" this "Is" an Increase over last the New-Haven collegians were 'wanwhir' 10 In violation
,Ui of tho antl-tmit_ ernmen of a state corporation now vio­ before,
year, It Is much smaller than i’any.-tshops .Just now comes from the: Ger­ compensation up to -tlO.OOO.
law. The work is a heavy one,stout it- lating the Sherman act. But3it le- net,
derfng through the Harvard yard,
Only Second to ftuprema Court;
ot’her, year since 1003.
; :
man fatheriapd. ■A Qermdr 'ewspaIs not beyond the power of the depart­ and should not be, the policy of the gov­
“The
regular
seestona
of
aueh
court
of justice, It sufficient funds are ernment . to prevent reasonable concenley* and Mtrrltd Woman Klopt.
According to the register at the M. looking at- the university buildings,
pey 1s responsible for the-s Ttement Should be held at the capltol, hut It ment
furnished, to carry on the inveetigation# tration of capital which is neoossary to
„. Down a walk toward them came a
should
be
empowered
to
hold
eeeelonS
in
that nine-tenths of, the toy soldiers
Anton Tamnnan, 11, ahd Mra, Flor­ A C., the- total - number of regular youth
and to- pay .the counsel engaged in tho the economic! development of manufeoparte of the._United States If work.
of serious aspect, but palpably
^
But
suoh
an
Investigation
and
fltiideuts
.enrolled
Is.ll,188,-which-is-98
iure,
ence-Wonland.’
H,
who
formorly
lived
trade
and
commerce.
are the work of German hqndsr and different frable;
and its orders and Judg­ possible proeooution of corporatlonf whose
ah
undergraduate.
more
than
at
the
same
time
last
during the past six months no fewer ments. should be made final, subject only prosperity nr destruction affects ths comMay Doubt ,Co|ietltutlo‘fialJty.
: on
r m<arm« iianr idmilon. Out., wore a^
-to-revlew by the supreme court of the ’ fort not orrty'^efnitockholders^but mHUon#
year; -Of this-.number 495 are en“I'beg^yeurpardon,”.8aid-theYalet han - 4,000,0MS:--dolj
‘gecond-'Thoro
are
those
who
doubt
the
|
hftod States, with the provMToh that of wage earners,, employe#,, pnd associated
glnesrs,
462
are
agricultural
and
forinnp^who
1b a bit ot~a waif, to tE6~
iron"
muiflodtbat
cousUtutlonality
of
such
federal
ineorpor-i
the
operation
of
the
Ideureg
apue»led
from
dressed,, werer sent to EngllslrspeatFtradesmen must necessarily tend to dis­ atlon. The regulation of interstate and the coiitil*
estry students and 231 are young wo­ stranger, “can you tell me where X.
not be stayed
tyed unless the,
the, supreme turb
tliroo
weeks
ago,
— ^t'- S • ■i TngTSdhtries.
Ifl*n't./.
the
confidence
of
the
business
com­
The principal gourde shall
court shell so order, The commerce court munity# to dry up the now flowing sources foreign commerce is certainly conferred tba woman luavif*:-.hor. hunhand and men taking the home economic course, can find Harvard university?!’
the fullest measure, upon congress, and
of these toys is the littlje town of should be empowered In Its discretion to :olxapital.
from it* places of hoarding, and in forrthe
purpose-of eecuring-in-ths most six ohiUlran io riitr away w ith-the • An dnteresting^fiiicoTery: wax made - ““I’m" veiy sorty,““said'thetseribua
or suspend the eperatton of ana halt in our present prosperity if
Bonneberg, in the duchy of Baxe-Mein- restrain
thorough
manner that;klnd « f regulation,- boy,; Hotti artmlitfd- that thoy - were Friday by -wo,tkmen who are clearing* one, with never a smile. “They’ve
erder-of the Interstate commerce commis­ produce
that
will
cause
suffering
and
strained
clr
shall insist that lt.may provide
Ingeta, where thousands of meny-wom- sion under review pending the final hear­ cumstances among the innocent many, foi
or congress
and authorise agencies to oarry on that l^ p a r t l y * wiuUort, anii itRted that" Up the rules of thy Burdick hatsi. at locked It up; Yon see, there are.so
and determination or the proceeding. -i___
The-quest
Ion
fO
W
re
ults
of
_
theguiltr-i
«i
'
en snd clitl{lren-are^.Bngaged..ln-thlg. ing
ICi*
atamaxoo;--dsetroyed by flreSsreral many Yale' metr in town,”
but no such reetrilftTnt^drder should bo: which I. wish Tn this message to bring commerce, it wouia seem toTTe witMn^tir1riiffii-fild ijtwrtded to get married,
power, this has been distinctly affirmsd
Industry, Sonneberg is responsible made expespt upon notice and afetr hear­ clearly
When
AtitbnV
parmits
arrived
the
weeks
ago. Burled under the debris
to
.he
consideration
and
decision
with
respect
to
railroad
companies
......................
lies
doing
unless In casts where Irreparftbte
the eongn es whether to avoid.business an Interstate
boy
ohangort
his
mind
about
the
mar­
• for the Iprsos and heads of the dolls, ing,
.in
the
basement, but untouched'TSy
-----*-*-».
business
/
and
interstate
Interstate
damage would otherwise ensue to the pe­ of
TO CURB A COLD IN QN* DAT
something cannot b* done by bridges. The power of incorporation has riage,’and was glad -to return homes fire;or .watejt
Berlin for their toilets. The doll dross* titioner. A-judge of that court might danger
was a bedjnade-up as^ n a o -n
a x a T iv n - bhomo—quuup* - Table
whtoh
these
busfnos#
combination*
may
been
■
exercisedby-xongrfesk
arid-vipheldT
ed
to
ali<
be
empowered
ow
a
stay
of
the
?I0Kl*tir«tpnd
mon#y'lt
to can,
I f IIt
t fall*
f* T lk 1
A
s
there
wif^o
chwrgo
iflrade
against
smoothly' as, before tksj hi*«s p . . i
he offered a moans, without great flnan- by.,„thflL,.auprema—court in . thl#_,regart1,. - era of Berlin, are supplied with the
i l t n a tr is i f -tto tr b o x r S M r'
-bt*l "dinvifbimeor-orehmTtgtng-thr^shar-- why, then,-. With respect to.
W
ait'^
allowed
to
go,
an<
^
“ -latest Parisian—dre?i5— modeTsT ana"
to any other
«
of the bedroom furniture was found
acter, organisation and extent of their form of interstate commerce
QA
like'thd sale Mrs. Wenland era# also released.- The' unharmed, also.
Into one'within th* lines of the of goods across state boundaries
omit no detail in. th.oir more-elaborate .tlon, then Only where his order shell'con- business
There comes ia moment in every
and.into
under federal^control and supervision, foreign countries, may the same power woman has written her husband,-askr ■About 160 men of the Eureka mine, man’s
productions.
taln a specific finding based upon evi­ law
life when he regrfets his inaML
securing
compliance
with
the
anti-trust
ing
forgiveness
and
that
she
be
taken
‘ it
“ ia the very
not be asserted? Indei
Indeed,
dence submitted to the judge making the statute*.
O
f
the
Gastlle-Mining
Co:
7
'Beseem#r,
Ity
to
kick
himselfi
fact that they cairrvon interstate com-. back-: “IJnleRs the husband-agrees to are out on what promises to be a
erder and Identified by reference_thereto.
For Qovornmtnt Control.
_ "
The Jury System,
merce that makes these
. ____
great 'industrial this she will have to go to work, ah
that such Irreparable dames# would re­
strike, over a questioi of wages for
“Oentrelly, in. the Industrial combina­ concerns—subject to federal prosscutlon she is practloally penniless,
The Jury, as it la found to-day, Is a sult
t„ „ to
a> tho
tK- potltlener,
-A^ mm ,> specifying
------- - the
- na-- tions.-called
’trusts,1. the principal busi­ and control. How far as -Incidental te
last month. The men say they had a
relic~of the ancient-popular Jtiatlce. :r “Under the' existing lew the f iteretlfi ness is th* sale* ef goods In many states the carrying on of that commerce it may
contract—with--thr-Tompaay—tlrgt—aa'
b»
within
tne
power-efr-the-fedeTartev^
•eRimeeee
commission
Itself
I
niti
1
tea-and
Freesnts
latUeahip
w
ith
Silver
8e^
-atrtiqulty-ttre en--r
litigation In the courts for tbs the interstate-and foreign business far ernment to authorise the manufacturer of
sured thorn,$2.76 each per jhift, but
tire male population passed *upon the defends
goods,
Is
perhaps
mere
Open
te
discus­
enforcement, er in the defense ef Its or­ exceeds the bus!nsos done in any -eno
vie*.
that
th# December pay allows them
sion,
though
a
recent
deeislen-ef.
the
su­
ders
end
decrees,
end
far
tills
purpose
It
state.
This
fact.,
will
Justify
th*
fed­
guilt or Innocence of tho offending
Ifiehlgan form ally predented a ail only $2.65 each. The management of
employs attorneys, who, white subject to eral government nM' granting a federal preme court would seem to answer tbat
party. The oldest Greek poet lias left the eontrol-of the attorney geaeral,- act charter- to ouch -a eembtnatten to mak* question in .the affirmative.
rer iervice Wedneiday to the' battle^ the mine bin aakel advice freta the
“The'third objection, that th# worst sf- ■hip which heart the same of that owner*
'ua a plctur«;■of what the’ primitive upon the Initiative end under the Instruc­ and obll fa interstate >nd foreign com­ fenders
In Pittsburg.
will
not
accept
federal
incereerations of ths eornmlsilsH. This blending merce the product* of useful naanufaoJury was. The court is sitting; the of"edm(r»i»
Gov. Warner, -Lleut.-Gov,
tret Ire, legislative and judi­ tsf* under sush hmltatlen# as will se­ tlen, is easily answered. The'deersee ef atatt.
By
a
decision of ihe eunreme eeurt
cial functions tend#, In my eptnlsn, te cure a compliance wlth^ the antl-trust Injunction recently adopted in proiecu-r Kelley, the commission appointed by tho litigation
question of “Guilty” or “Not Guilty” impair
in which tbe Flint 4
ttons under'the entl-trust lew ere s* the governor, members ■of th e MlchJlaw.
It
Is
possible
eo
to
frame*#;
statute
the
eBollHcy
ef
the
eeunaJasien
1 e put, and the old men of the cpm- T clothing It with partisan ehereoteHs- that while it offer* protection to a fed­ thorough and eweeping that'the corpora-,
Saginaw
electrle
road hag been in­
ee end robbing It ef the impartial Juffi eral company against harmful, vexatious ttons affected by thin have but three'1 gaa lelegatlor in eongrtso and other volved for several year# is probably
muhlty in turn give their opinion, the HeJ
courses
before
tnsm
:1
and
unnecessary
invasion
by
tho
states,
attitude It eheuld ekwupy In peso
prominent residents of the state took
rank and .file of ♦he people standing lng upon
questions submitted te it, In it shell subject It to r«a*oneHle_texatlqa
Elrst,. they must uaelve-themselvee -part -in the_ presentation - ceremony. «£•!_ The court ruled_that the Har-_
andcontroi
ay'th#
state*,
with
respeot
to
oplnle*
allhtlfetlee
effecting-^the'
my
eptni#*anirtigai
-about applauding- ^'
mt*
thsir
component
ports
in
the
differrtaburg Machinery A Foundry Ce. and
that
direct its purely local buslpeos.
should be under
___ tho
__ ____
ent State*, with a consequent _l*e# te CAX." Nathaniel Jtetily Ussher repre- the Prather Engineering ^Works, who
strikes them most, the applauee deter­ government
any people- conducting great busi­ themselves of cepltel and effective organ­ M btei the battlMhlp.
eentrot of tho department of justice; and
built the power house at Bridgeport
mining the'doc'lBlon," Graduaily the Z. thorefors recommend that ail proceed- nesses have cherished a hope and a be­ isation and to the country of eenosntnta affecting order* and deoreee of tho- lief that in some way er other a line trated energy and: enterprise; er 'second,
for the old Detroit, Flint Jfc. Baglnaw
Jury became narrowed-down in num­ inferstate commerce commission be may
y be drawn .between ‘good trusts’ and In deflanco of th* law and under eom*
Ia
the
endeavor
te
v
stop
rowdyism
bers until It finally appears as we brought by er agalntt the United State* bed trusts,1 end that if is possible by secret trust they must attempt te een- on M. IT. R, ears, the motormeu have Co., ns the rosd was formerly known,
ee nomine, and be placed in charge ef an amendment to th* anti-trust law to make tlnue their business in violatisn ef th#
cannot share In the blanket mortgage
see It to-day.
aeelitant attorney general acting under a distinction under, which good combina­ federal statute, and thu# incur thspen- been ecmraleeloned deputy sheriffs, given by the Detroit Trust-Co—....—
tions
mey
be
permitted
to
organise,
nupalties1 of contempt and bring on an m
tfie direction of the attorney general.” .
have already beermade
prees competition, control prices, and do evitable criminal prose«utioh”ef”thrindi-' Two^arresta
i
Kaiser Sco t 'uture Soldiers,
Representative# of the six com­
Would Permit A|roomonto.
It all legally if only they do not abuse vldualsnamedin the decree and their as- oa th# ears
panies
that were on the bond of oxGermany’s minister of the Interior
PO<
th* power by taking too great profit eut ■delates: or
Coming to th* oubject ef railroad pools
William Bayes, ef Standish.shot a State Treasurer
traffic agreements, th* president of the business, They point with force to
Olatier are. trying t*
“Third,
theymust
reorganise
and
ac­
Ibas addresHcd to the heads of the and
certain notorious trust# es having grown cept In good faith the federal charter I large, white owl, .% rare curiosity as Induce the. state board of auditors te
varlouB government* within tho em­ says:
tncfai by suggest a federal compulsory lleense'law. far south’ as this, it measures five
“The Republican platform of ,l*0t ex­ Into power through criminal methods
pressed the-’ belief that the interstate the use of Illegal rebates and plain cheat­ urged as a substitute for a federal1ncer-: feet from tjp to tip. Mr. Bayes will settle the litigation- now pending out
pire
circular recalling the In forma-' commerce
law-should be further amend­ ing. and by various act* utterly violative
of court, pointing out that the state
J*ofJJhh^^RSRary
tp have the bird mounted.
tton that the kalner from his private ed so as to give tho rattroads the right of business honesty or morality, and urge reach that kind
eorporat on except
which, by
the
establishment,
ef
some
legal
line
of
irlf* than at th# end
on aofpeaceful
make any puWIn tfaffle .agreements
purse - makes a grant amounting to to
The 'local option petition#, with 10,- S*
settlement
a long
subject to the approval of the rommls' eepsratlon by which ‘criminal trusts' of
will take advantage Voluntarily 80$
about |t5 On the birth of an eighth slop, but maintaining always the prin­ this kind can be punished, and they, on vanced.
hames/have
been
filed
with
the
of
an
incorporation
law,
while
the"ether
drawn
out
enit.
As
the
companies’
IkmbMI
of competition between naturally the other hand, be permitted under the
corporation*■doing, an interstate county clerk at Grand Rapids, and chief contention is that they were oq
^ »o» in any family, of tho gamo fathfer ciple
competing lines,-and avoiding the com­ law to carry-on their business. Now,
ness do . not need thesun- ■
both;
wet
find
dry
sides
are
now
ready
•fid mother. Tho Valaer also promises mon control of such lines by any means the public, and especially the business buhl
Glanior’s .bond for Only $209,000,
.'rogufauin'’ offedeVal ”J|?ceni*0Band
public, ought to rid themselves of the tho
c $
! £
l i E * - u
to stand as godfather to the lucky whatsoever.
would only be unnecessarily burdened for the battle with the Supervisors
Up
Idee that such a distinction is praotlc- thereby.”
haT0 ma<
“T
n
view
of
the
comnlete
control
over
•ver the submission of the question with $760,900, the. t0
eighth son.
proposal
will>e away
prob­
_
S
ft
D o n ’t P e n e c u t e
y o u r B o w e ls
i i
p i
I- Church Property In United States,
The total value of church property
vill the United Btato* reporlcd in hlOfi,
ylfor all denominations, was gi.ar,? 57s !
. y . ' / ('',«7,'W^hiCh $9Jf»,942,r,7R 1 M report
Protestant hodio#, |2!>2,fi3s,787
Lthe Roman Catholic church, and
all the remaining
iful Llghtbeuee Lempe,
lie At Hsliogland has ■
,000-oandle power. At
J*mp tan timee m pow
made,
A Child’s Development..
The development of a ehlld’a eharaofer should not ha left fo the mother
alone, It needs th# directing Influence
of the mother, t.he altengthenelng in­
fluence of the father, Often a child’*
nature, possibilities and growth are
unknown and 11nwatched bvhla father,
tt le something he does not, under­
stand, Pecans* he doss not study It,
Norway to Have Cxpssltten.
Burly hintnrlfl ttm*# in Norway arn
to be Illustrated at on exposition t* b*
hold at Bergen next irnneaer.
Dtplemaoy.
“Fanhy, Ji»ur father ha# hymn walk­
ing around out there for two hours, I#
h# opposed to my being in here With
you?” ask«d the young suitor. “Tee,
he#,” giggled,th# maiden, “of course
not. This la th# night I bet him you
would propose and he’s waiting to sen
whether he win# or los#a."
Women and Time,
wornas thinks clock# wore made
,4A th# ptirpoen of onabttng knr to
ten Jutt how mu k «bo Is going to be
it*,—Chicago rnsnorg-HoroU.
l
to tha voters,
..
Every
coal
njln#
in
the state is
Truth as a P risoner of .War.
working
topfull
capacity,
eoafdealers
Macaulay adeks truth, not ak ah#
and
about
7,000
tons
d«y is
ahould bo sought, devoutly; tentative­ being taken out. Even thisper
large
outly, with tho air of one touching the put wpuld ndt supply the state should
hem of a sacred garment, but dutch-‘
8h0irtagd ca«se a coal
ing her by tho hair of th# head And j. j»*’***^carassert,
for many hundragging her -after him In a kind Of
of.
coal
are
brought here
hoistorou* trhimph b, prisoner* of war. from outside mines.
oad not a goddess;—John Morley.
*hot an<J
X
i
*
?
l
i
*
r
5,uaband
at
,ack8°n
®«*
Philosopher’# PeMimism.
tnen turned -the weapon on hersatf
A woman is th# most InconsMtcat admitted in the hospital that she was
compound of obstinacy and selMacrt.a,kffd and
ttesthat I amacquolnted with.—JUek her husband’s ?nd
forgiveneas.
Th#^calved
counls
will live together Again as eobn as
they Are dleohi^fed troia the hospital.
ably come to naught,
The thirty-fifth'' annual conventlor
of the Stat* Mlllera’ association wil’
be held in Lansing, Jan. l«. and 19
The program for the meeting
been arranged for and among th?
speakers will be a number of promi­
nent men. While the business se«
sions are b*lng held arrangement#
have been made whereby- there wi?
also be $oela] functions for th# ladles
It is expected that g number
miners throughout the state? m wel
as some outsiders; will attend.
The annual Farmers’ institute wir
begin at the Menominee County Arri
cultural school on March 16 and ill
continue for three layi,
“ wu
, Do**, W l Prfs*
GENU1N 'P u W .W a r
ngnuture t
®WI M S WOW Ato, (tOOM
.OUii.UT It - mar bo Com'
m
m
n
Robin a. Pbarr vtu
.td tt ■la M i o v a " w ord s th e
A t o r y - o f t h * * * l f f * « r i f l c * o<
j D r . S d w a rd B . ; V l M * h t ,.t h j i
T h e P e e t - J u a t avoided a ts r te m
e ld e s t, e ld d t e * W h ite the srlad a t o m .
wps ra g ta g th e fe d e s b le w d # W * sa d Ms
to dedge a W U b o a H L
T h e A r tis t—T o * a r t lu c k y , m g
f r i e s * . Im a fe w h o u rs I 'l l h a v e U r
dodge a be a rd b iU .
L .
feop«« and fur of tb* moment.
' Tbay had raachad the rock. Vtnoent looked to tht
rifht and beyond. “Doctor, U U death?" earn* a-veto*
from behind. "'Nof hfe/* 7
'
-
) iyouthful
surgeon M f lt- m e is r — Occotesiiiy gt' U irTW tM ^
P*M«d tho Faary arctic axpe- in seeking toteachthe leeiofc qjt th* boauty of selfdttlon of 1181, AU the stories «acrllhj«,^ba <haplaJa~will i|»U tbo eadota tbJtt all bo­
ot heroism In ths aroUo ro* ’ r<>a* wh<H^o up tbolr-HToa; for pr$adplo do hot die
glon# hate not yot boon told; --by'rlAe abot or saber stroke. Tb* martial iptrtt that ts
irp e d itid fia h a v * u ot T b e e n - t o r - h ertte ge-.Q f-^he^m em o yy o f th o . to a o -o < ^ o abaao a y
, ;
, s ^ o n ly m e n to show high courw ho gave up th e ir iliv e * fo r th o flag o fte n leada this
j' aae a nd d e vo tion t o d u ty In th o fa eo' o f dancer,
cadet m inds Into a 't r a ln of th o u g h t w h l c b h o l d s u i a t
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D r . E d w a r d E . V in c e n t waa k ille d accidentally n o t
lo n g ago in the c ity o f D e tro it. H o w aa th o brother o f
Ju d g e W illia m A . Y ih e e n t o f C h ica g o , t h e etory o f the
young p b y»ic ia n *» d e vo tio n and ie lf4 ^ rlfic e ~ h a n > b e e n
to ld h f o g o m a n , Ja m e e D a v id s o n , w h o u n tit re c e n tly
wsa_in th e U n ite d Sta te s consular service. D a vid son
was a m e m b e r o f th e a rc tlc e x p e d ltlo n o f 1883 a n d M t w a s b n M a b e h a l f t h a t V in c e n t lo o k e d d e a th i n t h e f a c o ,
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I t la a sim ple ta le , th is , y e t it-ti-o b e th a t strengthens
fa ith In h um an n a tu re and m akes th e m o s t unem otional
oT us g ^ l T b a n k i t lia t su ch m e n as this you n g m m o l s '
physician som etim es liv e , P e a r y a n d h i t p a rty o f 10
men started fro m B ta b in e a rly A p r il o f the second year
of the .expedition to m ake the dash f o r the fiole. A p r il—
the sp ring -m o n th —-the th e rm o m e te r registered 80 de­
grees b elow sero Whep -th e H ttio -b a n d -o f-h a r d y spirits
other is tb a treached a place a b o u t 140 m iles from - th e ir sta rtin g - whioti^comea a t :
.p o in t. O n e n i g h t . th e y , pitched t h eir : tw O tents and, the bands o f}
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over whl<*Mh*y/rode smoothly. They were approaching
They
were almost ap to It, On what the first fRok around the
took Should reveal the physician knew meant life or
death. He turned and looked at Ms comrade. Davld-
•the rpek Which to Vincent^ had looked familiar.
* b n ’a eyes w ere closed tig b t In t k * M e n ? between the
yellow fever appeared at .the post! Within two days four
recognition at the hands of tb,e departm ent Of himself
of the garrison had died. Upon the first announcement
he said nothing, his whole thought was that recognition
of the appearance of the scourge Lieut. Bell sent all the
should be given others.
women and children and some of the married m e n 'to
Lieut. James Q. Bell put down his pen, went to the
an island these mites away. Within a dhy- or two be
hospital and In three daytrwas dead.'
sent to the same place nearly all the well then of the
The cloBlhg paragraphs of one of the general orders
-garrison, ^ retaining _only__enough - t o nurse th e sick.
touching thia-m an-and-his love^of duty are these:
There could'have been no criticism of Bell’s course had
"The only offleer in an Isolated post when it was vis­
he' gone “with the garrisonr leaving the sick to the care
ited by a dangerous epidemic, he seemed to multiply
of the surgeons and nurses. He stayed and devoted him­ himkelf in his ever-present care and watchfulness for the
self to the care of the sick In the hospital, assisted by
men of his command, and /t Is doubtless due to the ex­
the men who had volunteered.
haustion and fatigue resulting from his anxious dis­
__Thj^ heat was fearful. There was not a pound of Ice
charge of. duty that he'fin ally tell a victim to the
on the island and many of the deaths that followed one
disease. . •
after another were due to the lack b t this fibcessity.
"He died In the faithful discharge of a soldier’s duty,"
There were 20 cases of the fever and for whole days
Way up north were wife and child. The little one
and nights continuously,the devoted lieutenant, the sur­ crept up to the black-robed mother1 and said: “Is my dqrgeons and the nurses knew no r e s t With their owp
lin* foddy tummln' home to-day?"
-bands they dug the graves for the dead and with their ..--."ihtoL.ta^av^.dflar. Perhaps to-morrow."
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own lips repeated over them the burial service.
Capt. Langdon In the far north heard of the yellow
B A L L O O N A R T IL L E R Y P R O B L E M
fever at Fort Jefferson. He instantly relinquished his
leave of absence and hastened to return to his station,
While One Inventor Constructs. Air Craft, Another Build*
Some months before the outbreak of the fever L ieu t Bell
Quns to Destroy Them.
hafl put in an application to be detailed as instructor of
military acienee at the University of Vermont The ap­
A w riter in the Star has the following to say bn the
plication had been granted and C apt Langdon, hurrying
subject
of aerial war craft:
south to Join his command, carried in his pocket the or­
Germany's government has been induced by the won­
der relieving Lieut. Bell from duty a t Fort Jefferson and
derful flights accomplished by the Zeppelin, Parser* 1 and
detailing him for work in Vermont. Langdon reached his
Gross airships to form an air fleet which already numbers 4
post. He called in Ms first lieutenant and said: “I have
six
cruisers, but this very success has also awakened the
here orders transferring you immediately to Vermont
German military authorities to the necessity of improv­
You have done a noble work herd. There Is no reason
ing German’s artillery with a view to combating hostile
why you should stay longer. You have been through
air fleets, ahd, therefore, Just a* Germany waa flrat in the
enough of the aw ful thing, Go."
field with an aerial navy, so she leads the way with bal­
Bell said: "Captain, I don't ❖ ant the ordeV. If I res4
loon artillery. This year both the Krupp and Ehrhardt
it I suppose I shall have to obey simply because it is
work*, have placed balloon gune on the market,
an order. Yoq keep it ha your pocket until the fever Is
The inventors of balloon artillery had several things
over snd then I’ll read it and go."
to
bear In mind. The objective ts eery mobile, can de­
Langdon shook hands with him.
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velop great speed and change It* direction, up or sown
Bell went on with his work. In a few days he felt
and to all points of the compae* very rapidly and with
the hot hand of the soourge on his brow. Ha went to
oomparattv* **•*. Therefore the guna had to be capable
his tsnt, pulled up Ms little camp labl* and wrote an offldal letter to tho assistant adjutant-general a t headquar­ of til* most rapid laying while their projectiles had to be
made to travel at a very high velocity. Again, eiaoe a
ters of the Department of the Gulf, Holly Springs, Miss.
scouting airship, when nearing the hostile none, will as­
It was a long letter, covering many pages, There waa In
cend to the greatest height attainable, the gun* had to
Bell’s heart that day the fear that he might die and
be made so a* to Sr* practically perpendicularly to aa Im­
leave undone an act of duty to others. He cherished the
mense height,
thought of the loyalty of the surgeons and' the enlisted
tt la obvious that the field artiUevy method rf training
men who had so nobly performed their duties to tb* siek
tfia i
wheels* havje designed the wheels so
as to be pushed forward out of the,
way; with handles attached to either
-axle» which in a-couple of simple rev?
elution* can alter the entire direction
of the gun. For fortieses* the bal­
loon guna can be. mounted with other
-ordnance. on ..a . pivot, and the< same
mounting is used for ballooh-artUlery
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Aged on the iplatform of armored mo­
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tor cars, which would pursu* the alr
cruiser untih a suitable range wa* ob­
tained.—
■....' Opinions are still divided as .to the
Much of the chronic lameness
mature of projecttlwto h e dt*ohar*e4 t l.
la horses it due to neftectFor spherical balloons shrapnel Is un­
See that your- horse j* not al~
doubtedly the beet, but as a cruiser
tewed
to go lame. Keep Sloan’s
of the Zeppelin type might sustain
Liniment on hand and apply at
rbut-little-dam age from * few ehrapnei Pellets Krupp. In contrast to EhrKardts, who- pin their fa itlr on shrap­
nel for all types of balloon artillery,
i loints
-have invented special shell fitted with
stakes the muKlss elastic
a alow m atef which ignites a'gas with
--and'pliant,
the object of causing an. explosion in
the hostile airship. 1
H ih 's tl « Proof.
r- T h e -e h e ll^ n striking the - airship's.
Mr
tJ, T- rotemi or KiSBrGRCr
envelope immediately lets fire to the
;.F.D. N*.», Box 43, writw r—“ I teve
filling gas and the resultant explosion
wi year Liiiwet • • a horn fw sweemy IMeffeette a thareafkcun. I »V»
would totally annihilate the aerial veew m a n w l i syavia m a mate. This
sel. These deadly shells are moreover
Spavia waa m larft as a galMaatt. la
designed to give off e very ■; dense
my aMluitiM th# bwt naaeSy ferluiaaemaadieroaMsie
smoke so as to leave a wake which,
with the aid' of a glass, Is distinctly
ttble-and-of-imaaeieasabte- impor-:
tance in sightinf for a seoond shot,
supposing the first to have missed.
The distance la taken by a special ap­
paratus set up. by the aide of the bal­
loon gun, white the actual sighting. Is
dons bjrmeans; of an apparatus some­
—
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T. M.Criblse.ME Yavenwitcw, Xtna, - ■
thing similar to the periscope of the
It.F.D, Ns, j, writs#;—- Yo*r Llnl- "
meat-i» tte best tea* I kxvs ewr u»wJ.
- submarine.
Jk*4a*MiJEitka> i t e m se hw pack —_
sad on 50c. Jbottla a< S W i IJnlmant '
loon -guns—a 8.5 centimeter field gun, which fifes a 4-kil­
MttnljrcuM bar. X.kae* it arouad ait r ;
ogram projectile with an .Initial velocity of 820 meters,
ttettma foc xaUi u d taull aanilUaga
•M fee srwythiag abettt tea itaek." or about 2,100 feet a second, attaining at a maximum an-,
gle of discharge of 60 degrees and a height of 17,000 feet;
S lo a n ’s L i n i m e n t
a fortress 7.6 gun, firing a 6V4‘kllogram shell and a heavy
w ill kill a spavin,
gun of 10.5 caliber, primarily intended for use on board
curb o r aplint, re­
duce w ind puffs and
w&fshipfl,
-The fortress gun can, hit and destroy an airship a t a
swollen joints, and
height or2'4,000 feet fropi a discharging angle of 75 de­
is a sure and speedy
grees, so that as,-on-the evidence, of Count Zeppelin him­
rem edy fo r J i t u l * ,
self, an airship only in case ,of emergency^ rises to a
aw teney, f o u n d e r
height of 5,000 feet; the range the new balloon artillery
a n d th n u h .
covers all cases. The naval gun can reach a height of
PrfoB 6<h, and $1,00
85,000 feet.
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T h e n those tw o men kissed each o th e r, b u t spoke n o t
» w o rd .
V in c e n t used bln last re m ain in g stren gth to s ta rt the
•ledge, i t w e n t slowly with its O w n momentum down
the baTeiy perceptible Incline. Occasionally the accel•Wled speed fcould be chocked by a smooth billow of ice
guns, eith er b y m o v in g th e gun round
o n a ’fixed .p iv o t on th e gun carriage
--or T>y a lte r in g ,th e direcU on- o f_ thwA fter a man nas natte re d a w o m s g
c a r r la ie ir w o u ld be o u t o f place hers She'beglna to th in k i t o ve r a n d de*
a t being too slo w . S o K ru p p s i In the cldes th a t he re a lly m e a n t tt.
-case o f balloon a rtille ry m ounted on
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w tthtirflexposoraandlackoffoodrw aspraeticaU y-tea-
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fainting condition; The sledge had been, brought to a.
point from which swept away for over a mile a gentle
declivity, smooth with snow and lee. Vincent sat down
on the,edge of the sledge.
“Old fellow,’’ he* said, "I’m Sorry, but I’m afraid it’a
almost up with me," Then he turned away Ms head, but
la a moment waa on his feet. F ar down to the right.of
the, sloping plain he saw a grlm-looking rock which held
his gate. Then he turned to Davidson again. “I don't
want to raise any false hopes/’ he. said, “but that rock
lookslike one th a t stood not far from the ptaco where
the native* are. It is like a thousand others and prob­
ably I am w rong,'but God knows it’s our last hope. I
can’t drag you further, but I’ll not leave you. We’ll go
together. We can slide down this declivity w|th our
eledge, We may go' Into a crevasse, m you know, and
that means death, but it’s death anyway unless, when
*e pftBe'that rook w e see some huts beyond and'to the ,
ortght."-
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b y his fellow cadetH. w a «ra ^ b ro th e jL Q f M a . .W . W ^ B e ll o f- C hicago and a n u ncle o f T .m t a t u u , * h »
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—H ^ w a s ^ b i g ^ m a n and his w e ig h t p ro ve d ~a~burden to
Wjriter;— .W hen L ilia n B e ll w rote h e r s to r y , “T h e
ihe dogs. Fok- tw o daya tb e y w e n t^ o n ^ s lo ^ H y = n ^The' U n d e r Stde o f T h in g » ;” ^ i t h its p a th e tic e n d in g , she
evening o f the seoond d a y th e y m ade th e ir sm all A re r w ove the tale about th e career n f h e r u n c le . L i e u t
a n d ..sta rte d to - b re w some t e a .. T h e b ottom fell out o f
B e ll, and gave to the sto ry th e d e p th o f path os
the p o t.a n d it. could not be A xe d . I t w as the_only vessel
th a t,tr u th com pelled.
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of any k in d th a t th e y had w ith th e m . Ip H th e y had
O n e o f Jaxhes E . B e ll's classm ates a t W e e t P o in t T
^ S «te d = th e iJ^ p «m m T c a h a n d -ste e p «d ;th e ir te a v ^ T h a t '
fighting ^ithTii3nF=
:_ d *n t , appardntly triflin g in lts e lf. th o te ...two?., m en fe lt - the r-.m an_ h e had som ething to g ra p p le , w ith , b u t
m ight m ean th e ir death. F r o m th a t tim e on th e y a t e ' th a t w heq a m an was fig h tin g disease th e disease
fro ze n food An d /h a d no ^w arm ing b everage.
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did all the g rap p ling, Y o u can’t w o u n d a disease
O n , o i r th e y jw e n t and a t last there came a . realising
a dve rsa ry. A g a in s t h im p a rry and th ru s t a re n o th ­
ssnse th a t th e y w e re lo s t T h e re w as n o food le ft w hich
ing. , A d ju ta n t-O h n . B . D . To w n s e n d Cnee aald th a t
could be spared to keep up the stren gth o f the d o g g
in a ll' bis a rm y career Be, had n e v e r k n o w n such
V in cent lqd tw o o f th e creatures a w a y and killed th em
honora to be paid to a subaltern as w ere offered to
t hat th ey - m ig h t serv e as food fo r th e tw o rem aining! antthe m em ory o f F ir s t L l e u f ~JgBTAs E - B ell. > T w o
male, B o th men w e re w e a k to th e p o in t o f exhaustion.
general, orders were, issued fro m h e ad q ua rte rs o f
V in c e n t k e p t up hia good oheeb and ra llie d his. p atien t
t^ e a rm yp ea ch pairing trib u te to ih e d e vo tio n o f th e
h j..h U | hopefulseas, T h e n he w e n t in to th e harnesa, ta k ­
young offleer o f a rtille ry w ho had 4 1e d on th e D r y
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ing the place o f th e anim als th a t ha h ad s la in , and used" TO rtU g aa o f'y e llo w fe v e r. —
bis re m ain in g s tre n g th to help d ra g th e . sledge onw ard .
F o r t Jefferson on th e T o rtu g a s in A u g u s t o f th e
T h r t w o . rem aln raa dosg srave o u t. T h e re w ould -h a v e - y e a r-4 8 ? 3 ,w a s ^ a rrIs o ire d ^ - B g ttd iy ~ M r TF i rA t U n it■ .jy w r y r "
been the-------------------—
blacknees o f deepair—
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t been for some- ed States artillery. Outside of the surgeons there
thing in th e sp irit o f those tw o m e n t h a f m ade th e m .see
was only one officer, L ie u t. B e ll, a t the! post. C a p t. L t»
without
and dy
facing the fever
death
r = w - - ^ - - —— ^ - - = ^ - ^ — — — La n e d o n _ h a d been granted a leav e o f
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each-^octor-and'^man b r name,-recommendlng-them for
Therc Is no reason why both of us should die. Tjjpencumbered, perhaps yoii can make your way to the old
camp. Try it." : . /
Vincent’s answ er was the fitting of the harness^over
hiajahoulders once more and the trudgitig onward, drag­
ging the sledge With Its weakened burdeer behind him.
----- “Doctor," BBid Davidson once more 7T4'yotrtH tetterigo.^Vincent turned^with a sort of half smile. "Davidson,"
he said, "it's barely possible, as a mere matter between
men, I might find it in my heart to desert you and leave
you here to die. You must remember, however, that I
am a doctor .and you're my patient, and it would be un-~
ethical to th!e last degree for nie to go awaV and leave
you, so I'm Afraid you'll have to put up with me."
Tbs physician dragged his patient on through the
horror of the awful etUlnesa. . Finally the end was at
hand. Vincent w«e tottering and Davidson, weakened as
the result of the operation he had undergone, coupled
.
L o ie F u lle r , th e note d d a n c e r; to ld
a t a luncheon a b to ry a bo u t h e r clase
o f dan cing c h ild re n .
-------“ I g a re the c h ild re n a C h ris tm a s
p a rty la st y e^ - s b e waidr-H* n d w h e n
the pud din g cam e on I aald to t k w n :
“
h a v e p u t in this pud din g a coin ,'
a little ch ina doll a nd a b u tto n . W h o ­
e ve r gets the cola w ill be ric h .
W h o e v e r gats the doll w ill be m arried!
b e fo re th e ye a r is o u t B u t w h o e v e r
gets th e b utton w ill be an old m a id /
“ W e ll, the p u d dia g dlsappeared ra jH
l i l y , a n d the little g irls soon fo u n d '
th e cola and th e c h in a do ll. B u t th e
b u tto n did n o t tu r n u p . N o one g o t
th e b u tto n . T h is am ased m e.
“ T h a t n ig h t l said to m y fa v o r ite
little g ir l, as w e g a t a lo n w b y th e t n r
In m y ro o m ;
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“ T ca n ’ t un derstand w h a t becam e
o f th a t b u tto n . I p u t f t in the ptiddingm y s e lf.' .
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“ T U te ll yo u / th e little g irl confepsed. turning t m t w ith confusion. * t
d o t th e b u tto n .
B u t I d id n 't w a n t
e v e ry b o d y to laugh a t _ m p r-th o X
th w a llo w e d it .’ ”
jp B
gw.I
. .two men a sledge, four doga and
some supplies. - They turned their
^fafle«Mia-^the-direction nf mtah an<l ■*«;
thaf
: fH i^ gfrf^fen silence. Davidson was nhable~ta walk,
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the enemy of;U
Mr-country.
A sto rm arose, f t w as a h o w lin g bllssard w ith o u t the
sn a w fa llT-a ; htissard w ith ,: the th e rm o m e te r 83 degrees
W hile, the oc­
below the f r e e in g :p o in t . T h e te n t ia w h ich one-half o f
currence -w a s
the -e xp lo re r * sle p t w as ripped by the blast into th r eads.
f resh er la th e
T h e occupants m a d e 't h e ir w a y as best they could to
memory of all
tbelr^oom rades' s h e lte r .T fa e -d ls ta a e e was d o t t r e a t b u t T h ^ n ; I t T ip
in coTe rin g it th e .fe e t o f one o f th e m e n , D a vid a o n , were ; perfiapg - to-day,
■frosen;- I f bscahie neceesary a lm o s t a t once to -a m p u ^ tbeWeat=rPol
tate p o rtio n s of .h p th e x tre m itie s . w .T h * . o p e ra tio n -w a a
chaplains,--:
"perform ed b y Surgeon V in c e n t.
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the pressing of
____ li. w as, o f course, im possible fo r D a tld a o h to_proceed
th:ei r ~point,”
w ith the p a r ty -o a th e d a a h -to t h e ^ p o le .- .T o l e a t e ^ l m -loved to speak
w h e r e h e l w a s .a a a n t d e e t h .^ T h e r e iw a s b u t o n e t h ln g it f ji ibtthe-deathtgtdo; and th a t was to send h im b ack o ve r the wastes and
■Weu.t,, James 'B."
the loe floes and thro u g h the a w fu l bitterness o f the cold -Bell,- who died
-tO -lh e . place w hence th e y had com e. Seve n m iljM Lb ack . because. ..of . his.
“wers_B o m ? "ii*tiV e s 'a a d som ething lik e adequate shelter; . d e v o “t r o n “ to
P e a ry-c o u ld s p a i^ Fb u t one m an to g o -b a c k w ith D a vid - — d u ty . " J i m m i e ----son. I t w a g o b vio u sly the place o f the eurgesartes go on
B e ll,
lo vin g ly '
the re tu rn J o u r ney w ith his p a t ie n t ,,a -Jo u rn e y th a t every- • called “ Jin g le "
one In;, the band believed m e a n t d ea th
-^foi^^-the—t w o - m e n —w h O ^ w o u ld -unAei^r
take I t . .
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- E d V i n c e n t ; gave up w ith o u t,
a m u rm u r that- fo r ^which he had so
longed —the chapce to be one o f th e
rrm e n -to ^ re a c hr th a t g o a l o f therexploeers’ a m b ltiq n , th e north p ile ,', H la
—d u ty jw s^_1tolD<iTidioo_and w ith :-D a -T
vtdaoji he s ta y e d ., P e a ry gave t h e !
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N a iv e Confessten o f L it t le G ir l P rs v e d
H e r to 9s T ru # D a u g h te r
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L in im e n t
' Sir William Henry Perkins, the Inventor of many coal
tar dyes wa# talking in Now York before he tailed for
England about the Psyohleal Researah society.
' “ “Crookes and tohie other ioJeHllstTfCrib for psychical
research," be said, “though I confess th at to me ths sub­
ject makes no great appeal.
“Personally I have come in contact, during a fairly long.
Career, with but, one ghoet story. Its hero waa a
whom I'll sail flaooks.
'.‘Snooks, visiting a t a, country house; waa put In the
haunted chamber for the night,* He aald he felt a* un.
eaaineea; nevertheless he took to bed vrith him a rerMVer of the latest American pattern.
"H* fell asleep without difflculty, but aa the clock wn*
striking two he awoke with a strange feeling cf oppres­
sion.
'• , ■
"Lifting h<* head, he. peered shout him. The room
waa wanly illuminated by the full moon, and In that weird,
bluish tight he saw a small hand clasping the rail at the
foot of the bed.
"'Who'* th e re f he demanded, tremulously,
"There waa no reply. The hand did not mere,
“ 'Who's th ev er said Saooka again. 'Answer or HI
shoot'
"Again there w m no reply, and Snooka eat np eanttoMty, took careful alas and fired,
"He limped from that night on, for be Met off two of
bin own toee."—New Terk world.
A Man of Vim.
“Wagvby never stays longer thi.. be finds
to borrow sott* a*«My.'*
"1 suppose a man a t what you might eall
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Additioiud Local Itetos.
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PERSONAL MENTION.
The L. (!. Bi A. arc spending today
with ^Ir*. ^1. MeKunV In tendon.
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leeti wwpww
■allWWXMi fra« to* oOo«lntbt)
I^Mth of U* Cfoltet* House, - The Oytuwre Club m et with Mrs,
u tiiirm u n m m uiiHUUWl
Hint! Kantlchner Tuesday eyenlng. •jj.'yb
H arry Foster spent ^pesday in,De­
s y l v a m h Ap p e n in g s ,
m i^
IfO O V E R .
troit. .
Regular rn eetiu gof-O livo Chapter
timvdi
t)tTLL find":it''^orth,,fVhil0,,'tcfc' buy^^sonife of these^ good things in the lisfe
,;
Mrs. T, E. Wood, visited in A ^ laan
rt atk bkmUIw, aWyeeot*: O. K, S,!. W cd n i^ ay eveidng, Jan
U -mW,'-R,' Hi 'W a ltrb n ^ ^ h b a M , bM n
F-tveoeaU?
•kr
:•w-hGthieP7j!<>U-iieed'-^iw—tWftrrfl^asoii;-*or --not,, f i s ;
uary lDth. ■
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J~ ~ " last w eek;'' r- ' • ’ 1
Miss Mary Clark ylslted in Dfetrolt quite sick witb -tonslliti^ is . .on. the
,'irftUj! fOMOneMe and nude known
.w
ifi
a
flv
ft
yon
m
on^y
for next year’s u^e. We’roVolMring np lt o winter
6ft|«U>lt<*Uoa,
Tho. L. C. 15. A are ; guests a t the last.w eek.;
stocks now, getting things in shape to inventory, and then we do not believe
m?
home'of Mrs. Hugh McKune, of LynA rthur H bnter s p e n t, Sunday/, in ^-Little Helen Lowery.is gaining-s^ry
in cariTing goods over from one season to the;.nest. ‘ ; . . .
mtfA'tM
matt". Marohfl, IHt, don,: today..
Ypsilauti,
nleely 'from her recent-, sick ness and
* DSfcjBataSCOutoi*, MkUipm, under the
3
is \a b le 'tp :b ^ n ^ a n r d r e B 3 e d - ,~
imgiSMat kiroh 8,IWS.
'
Mrs. F. K. MeEldOwney was hi Bf* . Mrs. H. Li Wood .visltgfi in
\
rrrrrMiss Christina. Prinalng. le ft Tueatro it last Friday attend' th e Presi Wednesday.'• f
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TPe*iy with.Administration. dent*f Hay'ceTehratloD,' ? - v'•
MissrFpSJtipe S ch o en apent Tuesday ^ay"m o im tn g T fg r^ ttH eH 'lo H th ^
in'Anh Avbor.
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keep h o u ^ f o r h er bw>ther, who went
k-gfeat. deal h^ts been said to th e
j^ tth a t Congressman Townsend , ' The Bridge W hist 6luby will .meet
J. / S. Cummings was ih Owosso pn last year, , ,
“ en but of harmony with the ad* with , Mrs. Geo. P. Staflfan Friday lntsiness Friday. .
01ark~Hlhe^'bf ^ ria p e p 6 rt, Conn,
ratiqn of President Taft. R e­ afternoon of this week,.
'
L.’
:,fw a8t^,|apk8pPi .was the gu e s t, of his sister, - Mrs;
-v-vd e v e lo p ments completely dis.visltokMonfij^ ^
''
" y Heory Be rtke,:. Sti rtday, also M ts.
^ y e /th e tru fh o fth ls assertion. The ~ A number fronrthiwplace. attended
Miss. Myrta Fenn_ is visiting rela- Henry Hines and ,.Mrs; Mae.iy.anfeoin.
, /‘i,’V
^ s |d e n t early in th e summer invited the Cohan & H artis m instrels a t Ann
Fur Scarfs and Muffs a t ONE-FOURTH, to
W om ens B lack \Pettlooati9 diifing th is sale?,o ^
of-Grass
Lake,
Upd
Geo._KQebbe
'and
tiyes
in
JacksoBY—
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t^ r T o w n s e h d to attend a conference Arbor Wednesday e v'ehi ng,
"0 NE-HAUFTofTRegular Priees,
1 <s ■vMfss Emily Steinbach was a Jackson Samuel Bertke of-Freedom and Miss
‘ ^ h ile th e y la s t: ,
yy
the. east for the purpose of consid.
^T7!~TTZ
B
ertha
Eeldkamp
of
Chelsea.
:;
yisltqr
Saturday.
T,
• i I ■*.f. « 1 $ ^ 0 0
R cg u lar$ 2 .0 0 q u a lity .a t;.. « I ♦
proposed legialationrelatlYC
to
T h e ^ n n ^ l, meeting p fith e a e rm a n
''proposed
legislation
~
V
I
a
DetroiFylsitor
r ^ t S s t a t e commerce. Mr. T O T H S ' -Worklugmenji go d
;one:'dayJaa|^ebk.v:.!'._
,v<i-Waa th e only member of the house who Monday evening, January . 17th.
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NORTH LAKE NEWS*
-Mrs. S. G,' BuSlf^was airA nn Arbor
,vA*C'4fk‘
asked to assist in this im portant
Mrs. Henry Luick, of-Lima, has. re­ visitor /Wednesday..:
^ ^ ; w o r ) t and be has devoted1much of his turned, home from a visiti to Hart,Miss;;Kathryn; Hooker , visited h e r E. iLavey_ has; purchased a faym q^‘
F u r Goats at about ‘O N ^-F O ^R T H I ;to; :,C)NE-'
||^ |^ t i m e to-the preparation-of the bill
Her little grandson returned with h er; j^jgter in D etroit la s rweek^
|
T H IRRD
D off R§gujfir Frice. .
/ a ,' - 197 acres-near-Fowle’rville.
.,
l^ter-w h lch was introduced by him a t the
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r<*qfl<»«t IasLMonday, and
Wm. Beard has brought tire P,
.fra: Gone
Mrs.' ' c
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tv. — Mrraud Mrs;
Cone TJo-hth.iUl
Lighthall^Mrs,
- - Speoial Wool Blanket ’Salbfiryof which he will have charge op th e Hiram
m Lighthall;
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hud- Miss Genevieve;
family spent Lavey farm y.t $65 p e r acre.
|p $ ;£ ;rflo6r of tlm house, The bill, has' at- Hummel \ were Aph' Arbor;' visitor!
t.70
!Regular
(price $6.50now. .;, .
W. H. Glenn, of Stockbrl^ej.nfm Je;
SatiiirdAy hind .^hhday; in Milan. ,
^ |^ - ^ a c f b d wide attention and"*!* Towh- W ednesday.'
'•'-.WinV '- m V -pir. JackspnV was the a business trip here'Saturday.
seed’s experience in handling the rail*
Mr. and: iMrs. ■.Lawrence; Clple, of
l^ f ^ y '-ratie .law during tli-v.Roosevolf; I t w H lh e ad ry -sta te -fa ir th.isyearr guest of relktivesjiere Sunday,
R icFarfr t'orhesT o f " Dakota, is~X ’G reenyille, are’ .guests of E.',137Noah
l^^ v ad m in iistratio n will be of great benefit; ahdyhe.date'8'will‘be^^ th e same'as for
and O, P. Noah. ,
TBig (ot of Women. 9f a n d ; Missbs, GI6aka>
r^ ^ ! > t b ithe. country in th e enactment of th e past s.ey ora l ye ars-^-the fl rst wee k giiest.at Eve home pf John Ross.
;.
Mrs.
Herman
Fletcher
spent
Sat­
MissJennie
Winslowi
of
;
Chelsea;,
wprtH’ $12^50 to $20;,0$,'no two alike^N ; .
Important legislation. Mr. Town-' in September, : . 1
urday .with friend 8-in:Ann:Arbor.
w a^theXdbfiG orilisr^M ary.W haH an
t^ l'^ - S ^ e n d lh an Interview in the PbiiadelAU Baby Bonnets -ONE-ttADF regular
Mr. and Mrs, E. Farpum, of Pinck­ Saturday and Sunday.
^|fc;CV^- -P^ia Press relative-to the President’s
The books of the finance- keeper of ney, visited- friends here Tuesday,
price.
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\i,: 7v7.m essage on the subject said; - , •
George W ebb and wife- and Flovd
the ■Columbian Hive,,L.. Q. T, .M,. M,. ■‘Miss "Lena Foste r, of Anu iArbor,
P^ ^ v ' r :.Yl.-His message commends the four will be in. the hands, of -Mrs. H attie
Hinckley and w^fe w ere'guests;at the
spent Friday, with relatives here,
r?T>‘. i:''gr'e4t propositions—tbe commerce W edemeyer u util for fu rth e r notice.
vorae of L. W. Chamberlin of. .Web­
-/A rthur H aftrey ,*o.f Jackson," spent
$ijrr- cdurt, th e shippers’ right to route his
ster Sunday.
The Young Ladles Sodality - of the Monday evening a t his. home. h ere.\_
freig h t, theobligatlon of the railroads
Misses Mary Lam brecht; and_Lillie: The nex t township spelling contest
'S tan d ” by“ rates quoted' by th e ir j ehurch of Q ur-Eady of the^Sacred
wjjp
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jetting in blaoi^ond? cbldys,
Table Crnens andn^apkfns all marked down..
^agents, and the commission’s right to H eart will give a progressive pedro Haul were Jack^iiTvIsltors Tuesday, school house. ' A Lincoln day program,
W
George
Mitchell,
of
Chicago,
was
a
M.CsfA
Regular
$25;00,
'antl
$30.D9
Suits.ndw
.
...
$
1
4
9
5
Lfor
thl^Bate.
^ r S a u s p c a a - ih e operation of increased party at S t,.Mary’s hall/Friday even?
Chelsea visitor the first Tof th e :week, will be given."
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freight rates-until their, justice has ing.r' Admission 15 cents'.
- Regular $15.00 ifnd;$I8;00 Suits now ... . .. $10.00 72 inch Bleached Linen regufa'r p rlee^t.0 0
Mrs. -W m.--Kee n.-ioL^alraavsqo,- is -jV a rre n -R :. Daniels en tertaih ed /at
§w f * -T ^been investigated.' The recommenda“ ■Ohe "17)t Suit-Ci lv ei^’ $1&5D-7Cpl $20I|0~liow ^ T ~ , ,iipw,.» .,♦»
. .f i, t i*• «. . . . i. Y«* t’i- t-i'i
, . .*-».t »t
, | ,. ,*i. ,*4
, . 80o
Methodtet spending MQinettme w ith'her husband bia VmmA-TnpsrVny'PVPntna- ^he Senior
•-fioa td r estrict-tfafr-issttes-of^-stocka mhp .1p>tnrw at
... .$5.00 to $7.60 72 inch Bleached Linen
vere.
.
‘
class
of
the
Chelsea-H
igh/Bchoal-of
church'Friday
eyenlbg
by
Prof.
F.
A.
sgular price
\
inen regular
p
; and .bonds is new and i t is right. I t
Miss Ltaxie: Maroney, of Toledo, is which he is a member.
Barbour, •while umier jhe auspices of
; : will prevent stock watering,
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Mrs, Jam es Cookei fqf-Chelseaj’- lS
w ■ ’‘Representative Townsend said that- th e teachers’ institute, is fo r' t he "spending som e‘tinvesiwith h er .mbther
72J|]ich Bleached Linen regular price ’$1,56
iiere.
the "'guest of h e r e o n -Ernest "ahfi"
y ; the bill would provide for a; special general pnbUoFnnfi-:;’nll'--''Whb!-can’pos-■. HOW• <• i • * i « <
• ■i i « i i • i r-t i i ;i i i / / t
15;,
Mrs. Jessie C a rn e s ^ f W alled Lake, lamUyJtvelping care for her grandson
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;.v i. Oourt for th e consideration of rail- sibly do so are urged to attend. .
is spending this week-with M rs/E. E, Ronald,/who has been'sick.
' All Pattern Table Cloths ONE-FOURTH ^
. road disputes, the prohibition of the
All Childrens Coats marked to sell quick at
Rube Mosher; the well knbwn'rube" Bhavefj7~:;’7 . "’r7_7 ";'.'7 7 !7 V
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off regular price.: />;
1 I '7,7^
:v; ownership of stock in competing lines
M. Dillon, of York, wak: th e guest
. . ONE-FOUllT H to O N M A L F lo ftreg U laf pnceL
equilibrist- will be , the- feature at­
Mrs.
-MartiiPVogeljind
daughterr
of
:<';of road, the issuance of stocks and traction" at'the Princess next week
of .nr S. WlTalian on Tuesday7: Mr.
- AU Napkins ONE-FOURTH off;regulav price.
Ann A rbor,.- Syere Chelsea visitors Dillon sand Mr. W h ajian ; were mem­
bonds, by railroads in excessive
— : bers" of^C o~E :"‘ Seyeivth Michigan
amounts and generally clothe the com- Jd0i|dax» Tue8day and^ Wednesday^ Sunday,, --.-.i-i 7 ,
p
3 —
He is a maa weighing 160 pounds 5. Mrs. -Bmtonfhndv daughter H attie,
Cayalry,;------ -—
i<. mission with greater pow*fr.
feet.ahdJ:iricifekJtall,-packshim self,
is- ; ^-Mr. Townsend expressed the/optn* in a 19 inch b o x ,in less than iVseconds. of—Dexterr - were^- Chelsea -visitors^
Monday.;.
V'!"**'1 r '
7
V
KnisfhtStemplar Benefit.
fon th a t the measure would prove to
Our Dross Goods Department is a:busy
MisSJiilea^,;-of
Jackson,-visited
her
TiThe"
^Knight! '‘!r.Templar--n^offrAnnbe -the 'hnosF progressive evef recom* C h e l s e a g e t T t h e niaclilne
“you’li seethe reason,"if
I l l - .mended by any ,president!” , 1 ■“ Shop of Harry Porter, who "has been sUte-rY.-HMraif1Frqnkh7 G^rfinget,'l'’ here Arbor have. seleci:ed . the “ J ld Home7 ..' -Buy these nowr they vyilI stirely cc)St more,S
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ic
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s
o
n
A
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SS
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S
a
n
d
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last week.
^
stead,’ for th e ir benefit -performance
. later,.. .. ; J,;. :
at Gregory for 'sev era l; years. %Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. ■Wni.' .Nauman, of
Silks during this ^ale.
CharchOfBcers^
-PqrterftndB"thatiiq; was tled--up-H6- Jackson, .vvsited .atlthelvome of A. L._ at-the—^ew—
^45x30"U trcs^Fillow^Ci^esT »• i.4 I »
i -I 1 1 4rM c 7
Special prices on four-Iots-that-arc^priced atueg.d'ayvJanaary^lRr-T^e-anmiabm^Hng-pfjMCdngr^- gtro n g f e i tii Duraad^where:ardbuiid
A5
x
86
Mohawk
P
illd#~C
w
es7.
.77;
.T.~
. .. ,2 1 c ~
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Denmarr-Thompson's fatpiriaf-playr gatiohal church and society was held ing had‘been erected for-him, th a t it S teg er F rid ay .--prices thatAvilldose them out quick. .
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72x§0 Moliawk S h e e t? . . . . 7 . 7 . . . .1.769c
— :a t :the- church Monday, January 10. was going to make f t cost him to o ' Miss Jennie W ard ,1 of Iosco, was the iT h e 01d Hpmestead)” haH passed the
guest
.of
her
:
aunt,
Mrs.1
J,
C.
Taylori
stage of criticism long-ago ahd-reaeh-81*90 Mofiawk S h e e t s . ; 7 . . ; . 7 .-. . .-.-.-.-r. .756
- . T h e reports from the: societies of the much to make the change to Chelsea.
the past week. . . :' 7 ed the perloq where nreal iuvmbr and
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church indicate , th a t a vfery prosper^
. ou’s year was enjoyed bjr>ll. About
A .beautiful calendar, issued by the- r-.:Miss—Matrguarite Sklnneir h a s , re­ phthosy jh "a.lj Vhb homllpesa Afi- real
: $2,600 was raised for ail purposes, in- M ichigan AgrlcLiltviral College, has turned home from her visit with life,' may be iexperleneed. ft,affords
amusement, for" both you,rig‘ an d ' old
- eluding . $300 for missionary work, been received, at this office.. ■I t givps Jackson. Menus,
Mrs. M.-Mankardr. ~aUke7 pfid"nohe^ay^pi~aw ay 7 f^
T he following officers were ele;ctedr a'"humber o fp ictu re5 7 q f'”bu11dbigSi Mrs;.. Stanfield,
^Trustees—C. Ft; 7 Kempf, D. H. campus scenes,' laboratories, etc; To and; daughter Alice;, iyefe TJachson’ perform ance ^ of f t withQu.t some
• All Silk
vlsityv <-Tupfiday:
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20 c and
' W urster.
lesson . th a t ivill continue iw.hlle rethose who haye known th e college for
THIRD off Regular price.
.
Miss
Kate
Cainfleld,
of
California,
25o7now.*..
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. Clerk of the Society—F. ^1. Belser. many years, it brings vividly to mind
collectlop of the characters remains.
Deacons—C. M. Davis, L, T: ’ Free­ the great progress made by this ,in7 is spending,some time .with h er sister, To those who witnesS' th ia . play . for
Mrs; ISva Bates?/"man, George Crowell. ' "
7
th e 'h r s t time, sat]js£mlioti";-jmiist.;.be.
stitution in recent yearV ■
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Mr. :anfl Mrs. Daniel ;Wapkert of experienced.; which; bllfiohiekrlalonly
■i-'-DeaconfesseB—Mrs.—Gi-' -H7 K em p ^
A call will be is’suedvthis week for ’Lansing, were • Chelsea visitors the on a second-visit,..for- the -character-sMrs, F. H; Sfeetland, Mrs; J. H.
-—
the meeting of the 'School officers of first of the -'week. 7
" i F jpilis,
bh the old,|arfcn in New. Ham pshire
l _Mt\ and. Mrs, S ,; M;. Raftrey, of
tafrtbe:
become S-more-real o n b e tte r acquaint­
^ h u rp h CfferlFMfSrCrJ. Walworth?
Albion, was the g u e s tb f J. J. Raftrey!
court
house
February
fith;
.
The
call
ance. The cast for this, the twentyHead .-.';Ushers—Morning, Dennis
, biic Lot Men’s Monarch Shirts, regular price $1.00, now. . . . . . , . t
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and f:invHySunday - f '■
will
not
only
ask
the'school
directors
.60<S
fourth . season of this.; rem arkable
W alker; evening, Carlton Runciman,One Lot Men’s Cluett Shirks, regular price $1.50, now ................ ..
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'-I'-sir ^1■■“tA-LLLi—unfit .
7.;—1_4^ and treasurers of. every school dis- - Miss Mary Pel ton returned Monday play, remains practically the same,
$ 1 ,1 5
Ono.Lot,Mon,s Caps, regular price 75o and $1.00. uow. .. 7 .. * '.................. .. ’ ’ ‘ : ........
trlc.t to he. present, hut t.hfr fnwnaVdp from Greenville where she, has been aiith .Edward Snaqjer aw Unclo—JoshT
A Pleasant Occasion,
-r50C "
Adsitin'g.heJLsisterT
The regular meeting of the L: G D. .clerka..and. tru an t offleor—^nri-T>Vfa^EerklhsyGna:
rzMTSTXT,
S.
Jo
n
esro
f"
CharlotteTwas
7
725r
Kammerlee as'
A, was hpld Thursday, january 0th;' ecuting attorriey- will" also 'be aske;d
YGne LotrMeriVWoql Underwear, mostiy drawers and ^ w o r t h
" 1 ‘ ' ’"
m *
the
guest
of
friends
here
several
Knapp as the .Ganvie y boy, George
a t the home of Mrs, F.Carrihger, the to be .present,
One
Lot
.Men
s
Socks,
regular-price
25c,
n
o
w
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7
7
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‘$®C
days of the past week?
1
Patch as the.Gountry Fiddler, Maggie
occasion being installation of officers
^)ua L o t ^ n ’s^ye^atagjrmstly sn^n^siz -regular priqe $L 0 0 rnow 7-?v^i
H 1 : — ■7
-AlisS
Epjiie
BreitenbaGh^returned-to
who ’a re ; as follows: P a st" Preaidentr - - It- ik said- th a t Charles . Harrington-,'
Breyer at A unt .M atilda, A nita ’Fow^
-2 5 c
Jacks’
d
h
Sunday
a
fte
r
spending
two
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7 " ~ ^ 11^1®nJs Vesta m&rked
downduring
duringv„.„
thia„„.v.
sale.
7 . 7 . .’
ler as Rickety Ann, and Maud
. Anna Remnant; president, Catherine who .short” Morga n_“J". ^Ernmett last’ weeks with hgr sister-here,
One Iayf Men s Wool PanW, 32 and 33 waistmeasure, a t . ^
, . . ,,
7 Hummel; first vice president, Eliza- Friday morning,- has requested the
Pleasants as Anna M aria Murdock.
1 •«• * « 11 * id 1 , >,98c
o p la c e jilin...In., another pa r t 7 Mrs. Colin Babcock and son,: of
_ . bcth- .Eder;. second
down
during
this
this
sale;
G
r
a
s
s
-LfikS;jipent
one
day
o
f_
th
e
M ary A. Burg; recorder, Alice Lie- of th e jail where-he will have'-' more
, beck; assistant recorder, Ellen Wade; company thavv he has a t present. T-lvc
financial secretary, Alice Nordman; oftlcers say th a t hi's conscience, is be­
treasurer, Frances Kress; marshal, ginning to bother him, but he denies v Robert: Edson, who com es. for his
H attie Lyons; guard, M argaret Miller; it. His request will not be complied annual visit a t the New W hitney
. trustees,M ary Miller, Appolonia Spir- with, as the charge under which he theatre,;on Thursday, Jan u a ry 20th, r e n t s ; r e a l e s t a t e , - f o u n d
LOST W A N T E D 'E T C , ^
. nagle and Caroline Welck. rA fte rth e Ik- held—i» too s'erlous-to-allow the will -present for the first time"fn Ann
a .ne.w__Aincricau'-play-4 ____
-.'.meeting the.-members ■^ c re enter* Mic.em to .take miyTciiances. wltli'hiin Arivor,
“ A Man’s A Man,” by Anna Steese
" tained at cards and were served with
At the spelling contest held at the Bichardson and Henry Leslie Frjden- FEED GRINDING—All kinds of feed
v-Tit delicious lunch consisting of coffee,
berg. " A Man’s A Man,” which is
grinding done' on sh o rt: notice, 8c
per hundred. Melnb6 !d'Bros. 20tf TRailwayTM ail C le rk s W an te d
.esealioped' potatoes,
sandwiches, school in district num ber'threej Lytp said to. be in many regpects th e most
77!77,4doib-itiiit^C£lLMxBclmalfl.-vvure-EeprcJi. -adequate-vehicle Mvn BdSon has~hnd
“ 7 inTnt?i7 "«tlfeg"and^riladg;'
sented. Tlie spellers \yho did not vijiss since he first became a.^tar ten years FOR SALE—House and 18 acres of
G o ve rn m e n t P a y s R a ilw a y M a ll
a* word were iriorencc Doll,' Orson ago, U a virile dram a based on an in­
land. Inquire of S. Tucker. TeleSleigh Ride Party.
lerks $800 to $1,200, and other
teresting; phase of contemporaneous
phone 168 2l-ls7 P. O. Dexter. 24
Clark, Miladofa Greening, H erbert American life, and seems abound to
GRAND RIVER AVENUE tn , .
....
.___
employees up to $2,500 a n n u ally.
The sophmore class of the Chelsea
McKune, Irene Sullivan, Robert provoke wide-spread discussion be
a n d G R isw oLb s t r e e t
D
etro
it*
M
id
i.
Ulgh school enjoyed a sleigh ride F ri­
Uncle Sam'.'will. hold, spring1 ex­
Heatlcy,' Vova 'Hadley, Teresa llreit* cause, of. its original and daring tre a t­ NOTICE—Having leased the Sand and
day evening to the home of Misses enbach and Claire Rop-e. Tlvosc who m ent .of the evilk of dishonest divorce
gravel pit of Mrs. Stapish Iam pre- aminations throughout the country
P O S T A L H O T E L GO.
/
laws./ ’Pile action of the. play is laid ....mired to fill all orders .promptly; for Railway Mail ■ Clerks,' Custom
Hazel and Ethel Whipple of Lima,
b*....
missed but one word were Amanda
F R ? g J P ^ A L ,J r c s 1,—
were :. chap.roncd . .hy.T. t h d r W tnterrDefftice Hartmr; OMdyrBee'* in New York city and hi tlie canltol ; Fliohc ‘ill,tpv call at my re s i ’} - v, . ♦r-sr-Boek*”
II.^elhT
jacK
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KTOfflttfnrsT
itte
;’
vVhT(ih.
3
hst'aFjircs'
$4(1.000
teachers Misses Bacon, Laird and
keepers, ; Departmental Clerks . and
«Qw being expended In Remodeling, Furnishing and Decorating
man and Florence Guinan. Tlie pro- cut inyvery much in the public eye be
-Holbrook. There were twenty-two gratn was enjoyed by ail. "
other
Governme
nt-Positions.
Thbuscause
hf
the
eiasticity-of:
its
divorce
.....
H. Depew resil
laws, Its action is concerned with FORTSAid?—The""C.
present, and the evening was Bpent
dence on-w est Middle strept. B’or ands of appointments will be made
.WE WILL HAVE
John
Crane,
a
wealthy
mine
owner,
In playing games, and a fifte lunch
particulars
inquire
of
TurnBuli
&
Any
man
or
woman
over
18,
in
City
Club, Breakfast,
•
Napoleon’s Grit.
^
who, upon a sudden rise to influence
Two hundred rooms, all with b a t h s was served, W hen they le ft town
Was of the unconquerable, never- and. power, seeks to dissolve his m ar­ W lthereU, attbrney8jiChelsett7 20tf or Country can: get Instructldn and
25 Cents Ymd uj)
New
ovniv1'
^ nt,emen’s C a fe ’
they sang, “W e wont come home ’til say-dit; kind, th e:k in d th a t you need riage in order to advance social aspi­
free information by writing a t once
New Giilj
tor^Gentlemen
JnoVnlng,” which proved true, for most,, when yon haye a. bad cold, rations. Crane, who, a t the tim e' lie FOR SALE—Coffee for. particular to the Bureau of Instruction, 1143
^' "With seating capacity of
people. Ask for Red Band, 26c p e r
'W hen'starting for home they took the cough /.or, lung disease, Suppose' attem pts to obtain a divorce from the
Hatnlin Building, Rochester, N, Y.
Luncheon,
nmXerr °,n\ for Conv entJon8, Ban.
' I2tf
' road leading to Ann Ar)»->r. The next troches, cough syrups, cod‘liveroil or Woman who aided him in his struggle . pound at. Freeman's.
doctors
have
alt
failed,
dbn’t
lose
from'poverty
and
^bscnrlly,
is
con­
.
•> • fte a rt'o f them three o’clock the »»ext
50
. E t ' 8L c h t 0 "9’ C*Td P a r tie 9 and
, /‘morning, when they reached Chelsea, heart or hope. Take Dr. King's New ducting'n campaign for the United FOR SAT.E-; George Brenner farm 7 . ; A Frightful Wreck
'■They'^dfclate Mr. W right can take; New Discovery, tfatisfaef Ion is guar­ States Senate, lie engages as Ills
^
A f tS T h i j f e f e e l 0’ Club!‘
Of train,.automobile or buggy may
n T.ima township, fi acres, good
,;thejta again, as he is well acquainted anteed when used fur any fhi-oator advisor, Hkiesfm in the role x»f Town­ house
and
barn.
Situated
one
mile
Table d’ Hoto
cause
cuts,
bruises,
abrasions,
sprains
lung trouble.' It has saved thousands send'Tie will, a. wealthy New Voak a t­
road?
west df BolUnger’s corners, Will or wounds th a t demand Bucklen’s
lu of hopeless sulTcrer*, ft masters torney, of .assured soc.lal qwisltion in
: pinner, 76 Cents
Is: Hold cheap tor cash. Inquire of
stubborn colds, obstinate, coughs, tlie nielvojdih-. Tie endeavors tn have
Arnica
Salve
earth
’
s
greatW
t
healer.
Notk*.
G e o rg o Brenner a t th e place. 27
hemorrhages, iagrlppe, croup, asthma ildwitl; lobby through the leglnlaturo
Quick relief and prompt cure results.
beat hotels of New York
annual meeting of the stock- hay fever and whooping,cough and is a bill permlftiugr divorce on trivial
Also Service
fB t0 f ’ th« Bacon Co-operative the most, safe end certain remedY for grnmnK anti jrmt w hm the measure FOR MALE tlnnsgaiuTToton Lincoln FxuiJiurus jmU%-Hor^s-of—aH^'Irtffdr'
,,BfiMnets. now goiag-ott as usual, ■'
111 M field at th£ store Batur- all .bronchial affections.' fiOc. ifcl.tK). 'eniK certain of success, Hewitt, di­ street; good well and cistern; fruit
n la C arte
Jqnuit^r *16,1910, a t 1 :30 o'clock Trial bottle, free a t Henry H, Fonn
ning the wealthy mine owner's r*al
trees; chicken house; etc. .-A lbert
i'o. ami h, T. Freeman Co.
ot.ive, turns against him,
Elsele, Chelsea.
. '
«otf
T t'ato s
(E u ro p ea n )
$ 1 ,0 0
to
ill. 0 0
'o r
D ay
‘^777::7-. , .
; : Scarfs and :
Petticoats
Coatq
Wool Blankets
Women’s ;and Misses’
Cloaks
/
B a b y B o n n e ts
i
>-
Ladies’ iSuits
=
Table
Children’s Coats ’
Dress Ooodsi
29e
39o
59e
SnkW aists
Sheets And Pillow Oases
76c
T able-Qil-QToD
From Clothing Dept.
M
yUL\*Z\£, Z mm'
S
l
i
!
I
t
f
i;Th« Standard office la now located
the, flrat do o raou th o f the Chelae*'
Houpe. , O ur 'telephone iff, No. M r f
t
t
John Fay Is>eported-aa b etln g llh -
♦ ' Miss Rose Mullen la confined to her
I
D u r in g t h is
t
s e ll o u r
e n tir e
m o n th
W e ^ w ill:
....................................... i S
s to o ls o f
si
m m
1
S N A P S FO R
S HREW D BUYERS
r e d u c e d
5
f
b o y s
p r ic e s .
i n i h i s s a le
a t
g r e a tly
? e g u I ,r * J .2 5 B 8 c lf ip r ^ d a ......... g » 0
I Good Q u ality O u tin g .............
5
*
Mrs* O ea Pf -^alaffati e n te rta ined
4he-F|ye Hundred Club^Saturday eve-
E v e r y
f
a r tic le
M d r r t - T a o Wool I'ndcrw oitr 36o B ‘
W
o n e y
e
c a n
t
m
o n
;
in g - t h is
t
C o m e
in
a n d
w ill
s a v e
Regular 5c Toilet S o a p ., 0 . . . .
S u it s
♦—
■ft.
-
a d d
a n d
etgo„r
'> j
.
v
i
a
-* * * * & *a.\
-1 V
oS
ftV
The flVetnen will give a progressive7
♦ pard p arty a t th e ir .hall Tuesday eve­
♦ n in g ,Jan u ary 18, lOJfh Come and enjoy ahievehing with th e jolHest bunch
♦ 1n tow n.; L ig h t ■re fresh m en ts.wlll-be
♦ served and _suitablev piiiz;es _gtvien.
t Admission 10 cents=a:couple,
:.
♦
■ft
♦ i VMeSterlaiid & GeddeB pro p rieto rt pf
the^Princess th eatre, announce .th a t
- ■■■♦- Leglnning-wlth todhyr they-will-make* a "personal inspection of every film
subject shown in th e th d atrej which
wili insure tn'ore refined progrivmS: in
th e future and b e tte r attractions, -
♦
— 4 ‘.- :
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♦
— .a
C L O T H IN G , F O E T H E MAN W HO C A R E S ,1
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.
’ ' *t0.on
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^OH*
O a ln m e t
m
B a k in g P o w d e r
Halt Pound
S V n o a d a ig e ..'....■ •
r 'd n d ’ ^ 0 C
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B 'C
Out
J
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—a
0
BEST, b y T E S T . •;
T p
P lr t L a e c e i v e d ^ l i i g h f f l t ^ ^ ^
^
f"e
W orld’s
6 ^ ° l P cenV
I tueut
™A4eB
Pure
Eood
Ladies’
ExposHron,
\1 |-C h icag o ----------- -* '
You pay niore but you _dou l,
r d P p | j 5B(
• p u t* “* S o t l
C^ M S ^ o '
Ee t the 1)431 " nle3S .y0V1 buy
3! lu d v < ! ll
CALUM ET
09 Cents
"***
°f the * J'00 and
«v®0iKV.V.
■
T he cloth
{Reduction Sale Now Oi l !
■.ft: ..-----:
*0m ,
—
to
^W,
♦ / ReVi^Ar^-Anr^Schoen and his class
■• spent Wednesday e veningat t he hpm e
cahsedjby ajfife :which nearly destroyed
♦ the residence' on North street occu'.ft
* pje<? by'W.;Barry; £h^ropf apd attic
o f the. b'ui^ing^Twerel nearly ruinedr
Thk-contehts—of the^house ' were♦ saved. .
*°ni‘^
^ 4 ^ * .
?
♦
r e d u c t i o n . s a l e ^ j of Albert Widm.ayer, of Liiha,.; A
lunch was served and allveport an env:
joyable evening* ■
e x a m in e th e n e w
’
O v e r c o a ts .
'ffr
^
?0 ooa^ts
^ •Q O ^■’w
s tO c k
Only New Goodr In This Sale,
♦
R egular 10p Toilet S oap.........
Qllbeif^Olark^-aon, of -A^Bi-Clarkp
bad th e ^U fo rtu n e to break th e first
finger on his le ft hand.while coasting
Tuesday,
^
The ftre >'a]arm t.hla tnnpt,tng- yw^a.
I
3o
I w o B o lls f io T o lle t Paper f o r , , , 5 0
%
\ss&
The Manchester and Chelsea, bowb
ln^ teams blayfed a-ibatched game {at
Seita’ allips on Monday evening. The
•
ManpWater team won by ,nihe; pins.
y o u
e Y o r y
Cabinot W ire H a ir
vi>^'
j;
♦
♦
Ladies 25o h o s e , . . . ---------------jg
m
-T h e re will bejL.race here S atw d av
Tommy Mc’s F a ir Ellen a nd
a n d u p - t o - t h e - } abetween
horse o_w.ned'by_ Jacob A lber, for a
'purse of- $25.
'
. _
is n e w
o f
^ re ,H “ !r « “ .........i . . . . i « b u « c h l
R egu a r 2So B a th T o w e ls.. lfic e»t'h
Jahiea vH arrlngtoo, .form erly of
^ho]sfa-/ ls seriously 111 w ltfrp n ep ^ ^ ^ h i s - h o m e - l t t f ^ e t r oit.
;
e n ; a n d
c r e a m
B A R G A IN O F F E R ­
IN G S O F T H E
GREAT M ARKETS
MennenV W cur, Ppwder.,, . 13*
P e ir , 8 , , ^ . . . . ; ; lc ( lo
d o m e b y illness*,
6eo» H ,'Foster & Son have theFcon*
traqts^for'eT ecting'four windmills.-
t h e
January Specials
B IG V A L U E S F O R L IT T L E M O N E Y
‘m
♦ f o r - m
■v ''
m
in
-
69c E a ch
♦
*v
^Chrts. H inderer droye oh th e elec­
tric railway, track he^r th e residence
■of Wm. T uttle .in ,;;,Uma>—Saturday
nlghtr and"ths-west^bound-€a r-w h leh^
lueJiere a t 8:5Q struck-tfae-ioytfit^
hilling the ..horse ;and smashing' the
cutter. Mr.' Hinderer escayedsiMdotift
r
injuries,
We want to :bi<Lon_your;
andTPoultry.
If you .contemplate building let us figure
— on your7lumber-bill. —Ground Peed, Bran and Middlings^ for
s a le .
rv
’•
^ ew 4 11d oyou rF eed G rin d in gon sE ortr
notice.
:/• ■
The "Financial Hub of the Community
Hy
Your homo Imilk is tho hub to; which attachecithe varjoiis,.
■ sS R SrtT tiS'
connected, the different interests of the ..community ^ r k Well
together.
‘ .
•. \
■-•'
' 1 Tho liank iEdepohdant u^on the people; - its ^ m c n ^
to-the success of the people, Tho customers of this
more gonoraliy. successful than people who .have no‘ haul
.--neotion»-whht©v«r»,..: We.. c a n h o i „ ^
failures.
,:i’. i
.
~Thc petjple avo deppiident
fits made pUssiblo'only by the existence of the bank.
^ '
1canlbettcr aiTord to be connect^t with a strong, safe and success
fill bank,^ the spirit of enterprise is contagious.
. ....
. Men" go to the bank to borrow, to leave
ing and for active use, when-they wish to send aw^y ti
for a hundred and one various and important reasons,
y>
This bank strives to give each customer a
th at will suit his individual business interests.
the businosH-that our customers givo us and ann to mauc every
traubaetion satisfactory. ^
^
t . "
*
ThcKcmpf Commercial & Savings Bank
v /
—ThefKem pfr Cotnmercialr& S avings
B ankvlvetkd:.the"fatlow ing'l5card’6 f
dlrectora a t the annual m eeting. T om ^
dayrH . S. Holmes, O .-H .-K em pf, R.
Ifempf, 0, Klein, Ed, Vogel, O tto R.
L u tck ,^D ^C .. McLaren . Thg^jaoardr
elected th e 'vfollowing offleefaj Presi»
dent, H. aS. Holmea; vice president,
C. H. Kempf.
W . P . S C H E N K
Ghelsea tia^tle,1Knighta^ of Pythias,
elected tbe'fdllo.wiugoffiOTrs Wedneaday evening: O, C.,. Geo. A. BeGole;
V. 0 m H. D. W itherell; P*» T. G,
Speer; K. of R. & S., W, H., Hesel
achwerdt; M.'.F., Howard Holmes: M.
A
C O M
C A S H
P A N Y
P A I D
V^TT-'
B.^John'yietcher; MrW,, O. D. Luick;
M ^ ., A fl.U uerln; 1. G „R . W .W A W l
DTG7TL. B agge;'truateei Wm. Bacon,
~^Manager D unn" Of th e M ichigan;
State Telephone Co. has instdUedtele*
phones fo r Miclmel Kusteirgr, Mat^
thew Albert John R eilly,!_ Adolph
Alber, Jam e s . O’Mar a and L. L. Westerlan d during th e p ast few days.
The company has more th a b 450 ’telephones connfected w ith its exchange
here, besides'all of those on the rural
lines which have connection with this
-exchange here.
-1 - '
' A t th e annual* m deting of the
Farm ers & M erchants B ank Tuesday
the .following board of directors wa,s
elected: John F. w altrous, P e te r
M eikel,-Christian Uruu, Lewis Geye^,
Janies H. G uthrie, Christian H, Karimbach, John Kalmhach, (>rrin C. Burkr
h a rt, John Farrel.t, R, L. Wood. The
N>otors -met a nd -^>fe<rted-tho=fobew*
Ing ofHcers: John F. W altrous, presi­
dent;^^ Peter< Mhrkoh 1st vice presis
jle n tC h ristlan ^ .G rad , 2gd vice presi­
dent, ' ‘ ' V; ■ ............. '
:tThc oWiiers of the Stove Works are
negotiating for tho sale of the clock
and chimes now in the tower of the
corner betiding, and in the near future
opr celebrated dock, that 1ms oc­
cupied so much Space in the news­
papers for tlve pant two years, will
probably occupy a space . almost as
prpmlmmt in the' tower of a Do'tvolt manufacturing building. Inas­
much as this clock In a Ikmeflt to the
entire town and ran be saved for less
tli'kn half the original Cost,itlsal*
inost too'bad tfvat some of our noted
philanthropists, or the village at
large, do not make; an effort to re*
tain it. for the benefit *pf all our citi­
zens,
„
.
.1
A n d re a ,d U lis “ a d , ”
■:■■■■■■■
■■ -
■ .>;.i ■ - !
j
■■ ^
T h e n c o m e in , a n d g e t m a d e g l a d .
F o r a t t h e 5 c ^ ’h d T O c a td ire ,
1 A fo R ’l l a l w a y s fijid g o o d ^ e o d r g a l o r e ^
G re a t b a r g a in s , to o , a r e a lw a y s t- W e ,
s p l4
ft p r i c e t h f t t w i l l
. .k
y o ti s ta re .
-W e h a v e e s ta b lis h e d a C R E A M S T A T IO N a t
C H E L S E A , a n d J / S\ C u m m in g s, o u r r e p r e s e n ta ­
tiv e , w ill b e o n h a n d W e d n e s d a y o f eadh w e e i : to
r e c e iv e and p a y c a sh -fo r crea m .
.
__ :
. mr*
Y o u rs
fo r B u s in e s s ,
F. J.
Y ou can bring; y o u r cream an d s e e it, w e ig h e d ,
sa m p le d and t e s t e d , and r e c e iv e y o u r c a sh o n t h e
sp o t.
W h a t cun bo a b y fairer or m o re s a tis fa c to r y ?
AMERICAN FARM PRODUCTS CO.
Klein Building
O W O S S O . M IC H IG A N .
Subscribe for tbe Standard.
From thin timo on all repair w<irk on pump** wells, windmill*
or ahy other repair work, must bo CASH on the complntion of
the work. We find this gives the best wUis/arl ion. Our
will have receipts to give customerR before leaving.
per year
C H O IC E M E A T S .
O ur M arket w «iwmy> supplied w ith chtiicc juicy Beef, V o d ,
Muttod, Pork, Sft\m*g*« ef all kinds, Lftrd an d Chicken*.
Giv^e tia
a trial order.
e. H. FOSTER & SON ;
DcUvwnr.
van
sm ut
a
o K A m n .
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v
m
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m
THE CHELSEA STANDARD, JANUARY 13. 1910.
R X iU O A R
U W
JA 1 U IB ,
w tto ldM dJlig have <w4
T h a r e a r th e y hold U w
t « O n b Yedr^ B a ld fo r ;
belief that J a d s w >H a rm a n , g e v e n w r
U n d e r W e igh M g Fra u d s .
e f t o * Buehtthi state, has the rig h t
P est former employes, ef the Amert
kind * f "UbedU e w u w rv iittm " to m ake
eest ftugar Xteftalng eompany. mm*
ns an W eatlasU U r ef the Dem oeratia
vkted of aaderwelghlai Braude were
■ irty la the neat presides tU l
eoaMmeod U eee yeaYe laeprlMuimeat
f f if lL
t l M B L Y S U G G E S T IO N S
palgm. T h e peeaaareta d eeU re th a t T H R K f t B U f < ^ L A f l F R O M - M T M * T ' each hr dudgo Martin In the United
BUien
olroult
court
here
Udey.
M r . H a ru u m gtande w eU with- the _ *•*!
C U A Y O N E R A IL R O A D M AH r
o tto to x & y y A w « « w s %
[ t i n meet ere T»Qw*e X aho*r Bd*
and that he /tuu not been W e m u < *
B AD LY W OUND A N D T H W t
w a rd A , Boyle. P a tric k J , . l e n e oe ioy
ef a coaasrva tlv * te h ave w an th e
Entw talam cA tg
o a V M V K a v iiX i'.
a m M i » - k . C e y li 7 , ; -,
T
■T——-.;t
heart o f the Oem oorats o f the v e a h
Tio
quartof
were
checkers
en
the
I t la to he taken for granted, how ever, R O B B E R ^ A R K A R B W T I D
th e 8 y s \ s t a ^ e A a o % ;
decks e f U l ettgar com pany to W U *
th a t one reason w h y some of the Dem *
H a m a tu r f, w k e re the d lso e ve ry eras
ocrate have considered G overno r H a r ­ Michigan Cen tral Baggagem an K liledf m a d e . th a t th o . scales used t o . w eigh
astwBls o w t v M w m if c
m on p articularly available Is because
sugar: Im porte r had been tam pered
per
ond
put
in
a
lovely
pis
made
to
Com
panion
D
yin
g
In
O
s
tre
lt
Hen*
W o e d tn W eddin g &u,gg e s tlo n ».:
he comes from O hio a n d has: carried
w ith . A s a r e s u l L e f th is . dlsoove ry
W b v X u fli w u s fa p o X v o tv
p rta t--B o y * B u r g la r * . A r e R e f eras the' A m e rie a n > ugar R e in in g c o m p a n y
A requeat comes fo r euggostions fo r shape of a weddiag hell i Awhite satin
th a t state a g a in s t the Rep u b lica n s
ribbon
ran
to
ssch
place.
Whqn
the
fc h p o l Graduates.
reim huresd th e g o ve ra m e n t t o . th e a wtmden w 'eddtoft whlch ie th s fifth
w c v s m
The Demorcats who are favorably
e xte n t s ^ m o ^*^ th a n _ |l.< U ft,O d d :. fo r ^ a n n iv e r s a r y :T h ^ jla s lta tio n l m a y he brlde pulled her ribbon a spoon, b*^
inclined ta Harmon? believe-and eoyevaded duties, end em pleyee o f the written or printed upon birc h : bark, lug this jiugle was forthcoming:
T c ^ e t^ C s b e u e j
FHEYICTIMf.
tb*t lf he does-ttot-^j»*fy-th.e state
" 's ; t>no: spoon tor two*
cem paay w ere iu ilo te d fo r coasplracX. or oh imitation wood paper, giving,the
H e n ry C. M iner, . 6S, baggagem an
the next time he. runs for governor
Ohl what ton)
:• Y p a lU n tl, k i lle d , by one. o f the
’ T b © ! ju r y convicted O liv e r Sg iteerr date of original wedding and the day
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‘But
.then, you see#--bur*)
his chances for receiving the Dem­
th
e
dock
superintendent,
and
th
e
fo
u
r
hiid''date:Of proposed celebration. For
Morgan Emmett, 41. ticket *«•*<,
You
tw* are ene.
ocratic noinlnaUon virtually will be
Chelsea,, m o rtally -wounded--a*4-- m en contended to d ay. T h e re w ag die* a table centcrpiece g large oanoe 411
The
rest
of
the
glrlB eaoh drew a
agre e m e at o ve r the case o f ja m e s
eliminated.: in Indiana, the state next , d y lng tn the Detroit S a u lU rlu m .
■f-uNuracnjaeo err thk
b
lrch
b
a
rk
w
ould
be
charm
ing
filled
snoon.
and
>
exclaimed
as they Just
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west of phlo, is Governor. Marshall,
“^
H
h
violets
or
’o
tn
e
r
am
alr^floworei
matched
the
ohe
drawn;by
tlie
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.Charles H a rrin g to n , 18, *W O raad
one o f th e defendants.
who was' elected "on .the Democratlq
, River avenue, rDetrolti? suspects* • g nBepry,
lta sr collapsedvih^ o o u rt w h e n a sm aller canoes could be used to hold elect that they must all go to her. The
_ o f havtaa*. killed’ Miner.
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ticket in the year when the. Republi*
m o tio n fo r a new tr ia l fo r t h « m en salted nuts and as place cards, top? refreshments were a Tittle out of the,
ert McCorm ick. IS, 261 Loeust
can presidential candidate"carried the ■R ob
s tre e t. D e tro it; thought te have
was argued, a n d 'it was fo u n d th e t he ■with’" ,the guest’ s name written^ on th e ordinary; so I'll tell ahou.t then. First,
state. Jn the Democratic party as It. ' sl>ot Emmett . - . ,
•- .
w ould have to undergo a sligh t opera* side in fancy lettering. A w ooden shrimp salad served to heart-shaped; SOLD BYLEADING DRUOOtfft <
Charles
Billlnge,
20,
14
B
ry
a
n
t
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Is ;represented in Washington Gover­ -:.,_etfftet. .D e tro it: held in . sonnae*
tio n fo r a n inte stinal d iso rd e r. F o r h d ro p p in g -b o w lr fllled w ith " fru it and cases, with coffee And aut sahdwiches
nor Marshall basBcoresvo f f r i ^
flon w ith the robbery.
this reason Judge. Martin today did
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6
Ki'jiWvr
«MI Country BMfed
Urged fcy
T * ft
^ "\ijffen ro p p o 3 Ep. w .iT
Peeettoliltte* for K
jy .. :B *tn g - Constderod .:4n' v
fe>y*fhlnfiton-r-Deniocrata Favor
O o v , H irm o n o f O h io .
ngton.--When President Taft
ito th e nor th wee t be made a pi ea
’ the passage of a ship subsidy law
^../.yW^tbiB winter’s session ofconjress.
mf ^ l j p o e m s to bo“issared tbatrthesent t ^ w U i eanctlon tbo legiBlajlon which
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president baa sih e d , but there la
stron g''do ubt w hether, the bouse
i^ rjniiU'ag ree to put the measure through.
v w f? ^ ^ fA 'm o n g the representaUves the son^
^ #;4«^ ; w f a e h t fo r a nd against ship subsidy
p ^ i h a ’e m i to bo about* equally divided. I t
i l ^ t a 'n y t h l n g relating to ships.oan be said
^ ^ ^ y h ia v e ^ h a r d -'s le d d ln g r the- measure!
bleb would grant the subsidy fo r th e
ag^of-the^-merehant-^narlhe
8
fact_aU the Democrats,are personally
friendly to him, and were It not: for,
the fact that_aoyernor Harmon is an
OMo man, the- home state of T a ftrit
seems likely that the Hoosier gover*
nor would divide-presidentlal nomW
nation propheoy honors with the man'
cm, the. Buckeye commonwealth.—
Might Rick. Southern-Man.
There are some' Democrats who
think that the time has come, to: nom*
inate a southern mart-for-tberoffiee-ofpresldent. Senator Culberson of T e x *
S rta in ly h a s had It fo r. some years.
„„ Che difficulty th a t lies I n the w ay of
| | t ) .;|^ i^ s la t lo n the object o f which Is su p :
to be to make the Am erican
^ i i h A m ore frequent s ig B ro fi“the! high
is th a t the ,country Has been } as frequently" has been' nam ed, as a
■:g(yfd.ed agalnBt itself on the propose -man who fro m the Delmpcratlo stand­
T h e great middle west seems in point. Is of ideal .character.and A tta in *
..,.4 , , < b e m *ln to have been opposed to pay- ments to head the ticket. - T h e n there
o u t g o ve rn m e n t’ m o n ey’ for w h at are some o t h e r . Dem ocrats w ho say
cg i^ f^ g h m e people have declared to be the that if M a yo r W illiam J . Q a yn o r. the
_Interests o f the ship builders. O n the m ayor o f N e w Y o r k ; m akes a fine reo*
coasts east and west there has been o'rd as chief executive o f;Ih e m etropo*
A strong desire to hare congresi. take Its, one o f ^the hardest tasks that ls al*
a c tio n . W hen the tight comes off in -lotted^® m «n “ td peffbrm r^nrrm hrTr«y
lAetjihouao it w lil-be- ln -th e -n a tu re ro f a potent fa ctor in the n e xt convention”
’’^ i’ o I v II w arfare w ith section against o f the Dem ocratic p arty.
’’
auction. T h e re will be no blood shed,
House W an ts ^S rly Ad jou rn m en t.
,^ - .;: - h U t. there w ill b e some strong w o rdsr
"R=a&esw-io-b e tho lntoutlbh b f thQsoItod chailenglng Qt m otives (n plenty.
w ho control thq processes of feglalaH u m p h re y B ill'lotroducecl.
tlon In . the house to pass tim a pp fo^
W b.■ b ill which has been introduced
p rla tio n : bills and such legislation of
b y Representative Hu m p hrey of W ash*
another kind as may be agreed upon
Jngton is the one about which the
by the !leaders;-In-ati^shor.t a tlme. as
forces favorable' to ship subsidy w ill
poS8ib1er-and-to-aeGk
an^early d
-r o ily , and against which Its opponents
for
adjournment.
Looking
over . the
' , w ill a rm y themselves, in b rie f,. the
field
some
■
o
t
the
leaders
are
' ready
b ill provides fo r money to'fiej paid for
:do
say
that
congress'
ought
to
be
able
*
c a w y ln g ! the m a lls -in ships built ini’
. beginning w ith -ft gun fig h t In *
Jaw elry store which was being robbed,
and followed by another revolve r
battle In th e M ich igan C e n tral depot,
then followed b y a -hot chase across
country a fte r tw o p e rp e tra to r* * f
t h § s ^ c t * ,- Y p e B a » t l \ enro lls- n n ^ M e r
crllninal annals one o f. th e m o st epeo>
tacular episodes th a t, hea occurred o f:
recent years. T h e tragic sum m ary Of
events is one railroad m an shot to
could be utilised as a center; mixed with
„.v_ mayonnaUe
______ _
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dressing.
HIS., V IS fL U O S T QpyDRTUNE
not pronounoo sontonoe oa\ him,- Uni Howersj
piece
if
the
canoe-ris
not-obtainableiThen
'a
deiloiouB
~tuttt*frulti
in bell*" :'■
remanded him. until Feb. 1. .
-:■■■ '-;1'; ! : - : ■:;:. la
\ p . j . ■. :
Little wooden dishes that come for shaped molds.
Before sentencing the men tpdny tkt dolls
Another
Dsy’S
Delay
and
the
Result
make fine individual nut d r ’bon­
court denied a motion for a new trial.
‘
Would
.
Have
Been
.Unfortunhte
He took into consideration, however,' bon* holders. Place cards may aleo be
After-Dinner Trlokt.
^~For-,the Ffiyslolimi;
from^setuares:
the Jury's recommendation for mercy, made
-------, ........ . of, birch. . barkfr-ilf
.
.
A stunt whICh ia J ie w and ^tmufiicf
and eaid he would Impose upon eadh a carpenter 1b accessible get him to* and never falls to make fun, Ip a trick
a ladv wss very sollcit&usJibouther
e< the tour men n sentence of one make some nice long curly^ ehavlo|ev ijn
tho one who
wh0 trleth1
trle»
in bjTlaacIrfg.
balaac|rfg, Have the
------ Every- trlflem ade her uneasy,
health.year In the. Blackwell! Island pehl* to. use as festoons about the room*; the thlnjg, m easure e x a c tly three
■tehtiary..
For amusement, try a nall-poundlng times' the length o f h la oWh fo o t joints; and, the .doctor^ was called jm m efor the girls and n whittUng fro m th e w a ll o f th e ro o m , then stand dlately."
The
doctor
was
a
skillful
man,
and
#10,000,000 i^erger'In.Cleveland Gat. Contest
contest for the men, or let all dress
a-.W»>4
a Mt.rf ipoU,wvu,vuu .uw*o,‘ug
dolls* made from 'Clothespins.v -Fill a
company to swallow up the Bast Qhlo 'small.
t u l t h : - s a w d u s t : ,and make a
Oan company and toe Columbia Qas
C a rl Btnixtgs, Robert. M cCorm ick" company, whose aggregate capltaj is “pie" out of .which thd' guests may
and H e n ry H a rrin g to n j w hom the y now about. 121,000,000, .weft announced draw tiny wooden boxes filled with’
call '‘ W in k y ," o bviously. so_ alckaam ed- here today by M. B. Daly,- president wedding cake.
^
Jjccauso o f the m arke d ly peculiar ac* ot the.Esst Ohlo compaeyi tollowlng
-O ncof—the—"fltunta-at^a-w ooden
tlob o f his eyelids, :cam e Vo Y p o U a a t! a "trip.to New York. Universal in* Wedding celebration was to gather the
In com paer on a M ichigan Control -terest was aroused by Mr. Daly’s out*
guests in one room In two long Hues,
train w hich le ft D e tro it at t : l l line e< the plea, which hag been tak*
o'clock, B illlnge asked a t the D . ,UV lng form tor some time, beoaust of Ughts were, extinguished and wooden
A - w aiting room w h e n tho s e xt oor hie declaration thet^a new and at articles - in.' common, everyday use
.W ould;-le ay.o .:-H e- was to ld , f ' A t - l I ' i i l 1 preeeat uaidenti&ed^intiifes^wtlH^reak
t>. m.”
fate the compsay thus forsae4, »n*
T h e n e x t developm ent c a m e : w h o *: wiU^afe«t :Us intereete in West Ylr felt of all the articles,^-the lights were
N ig h t-W a tc h m a n Cady entered the (inla?w ■
turned, on, and the onej writing, out
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a9 ey:\ln the ‘ rear o f B w i t i e r B fo o .’
:the most.-complete 41st from memory
The
plen
-fot-the
holding
eempaayjaw e lryre to re rran d -ho ard a n u w .- r u *^ probabiy will be ratiaed Thureday^ee- received a~prlBer -7----- =
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ulng out of the other: oed ef the alloy, Frldny when directore of the Bast.
ahead-ot-hlm ^—A-iaoment-rlator-ko Ohio company meet.
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A Contest for" Matron*.
discovered that the store bed boon
deatb,- anotber-dying, ond-twe-deepoi^
adoes-woundedi-..r
w ifh heels to g e th e r j a o i h g the ..wall,,, ■consequently bad a large praotfee; It
then stoop fo rw a rd untlJL th e to p o f hl#
s~very disagreeable to him .to, he.so
h e a d t o U c h ^ f l t h e w a l l i ^ T h e n p l a c e a : ofteh called away from his other' cases -
light stool or tohouret, about 20 inches for nothing, and he resolved to take an
in height, between him' and the wall. opportunity -pf ■letting., tbe^Iady, see
The trick is to hoid thd tabouret off this. One day the lady Observed a red_
th e ^ to c r'a n d a t to* some time lift 8pot-.on--herAhiiid,.'.«ndT-at:dnefi.!|e<&
the head from the wall. A wonian for the doctor,*. He came, looked atgenerally oucqeede ■in . doing this with her. h an d, and s a i d ;.
comparative ease, but; for some reason
" Y O u did. w ell to send fo r m e 'e a rly .”
the trick J* not so easy tor a man. So . T h e lady looked alarm ed a n d a ske d :
-" Is it dangerou8, th e h ?" :
- —
= ^ ;e e r t * i n l y ^ h o L " r e p l i e d f th e -d o c to rs
"T o -m o rro w .the spot w o u ld h a ve d is ­
.
A Measuring Contest..
appeared, a n d j should h a re : lost m y
r
Ask the guelts-to state whsMhfey -fe e -to r t h i s - t l s l V 1
very-funny ta see the man falh
think id th e : height of. a man’s silk
^at"b y -ifid lcatin g -o n —th el wall the
height Take a record of Oach guest;
them bring in a hat and see how fhr
short most of the guesses are. ' A ' hat
box candy: box~may be awarded :f6r~i
nrlze-to the ohe-who comes the near
est. <
COULDNITW AIT.
This.unique affaii; was arranged for
-a .bride, . and was a decided sujicess.
The ouUide cover oLthe llttle booklet
7
-Two-hundred Japanese cherry treSI,- -handed -to—the-guests was -decorated
=th* gift-of-th#:corporatloi of-Tokio -w ith^e^w hlte^pearl^bujton—and^ato Mrs, Taft* and the- city of Wash­ : needle and thread, the emblems- of
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MADAME MERR1,
ington, arrived Friday.! - ,
domesticity.' Below In letters of gbjd
The
decline
in
idleness
antonf
orwere proverbs relatjjng to. woman In
.;J America... TheJiilLof. courae-pmvldea to adjourn by May. 15, and that the
ganleed
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tu
t
th
e Home, such as ' ahe tooketh' w eir
' .much 'mpr¥ than_thls! It has "provli7"
state i continues, according to reports
to
the way* of lierrJimjseliold;" "A
’ Iph8 which it is supposed Will provide opportunity' to -go home ^to-look-after*
received by--the-state -department of
faithful wife is a Joy J^her husband,"
» nucleus for an Increased American their fences which need repairing in
labor and just made publla at Alban
M
hJ,
etc. ’ . ___ N. Y.
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jtovy in time of war, and it makeB order to prevent Invasion by tho Ro*
The questions were answeredj-by—iTallor^I-cannot^m ake you - oz^nsw:
4„prttrtsion also for adding to. the navy’s publican or peinocratLc enemy .next
Fletoher:::V . finsa d rw keee;
r
Cady pursued the tw o m jenr M b C o r: wa*:4ound_4«ad ‘In an Bast Orange the names of characters, famous in :: Bilk blouses are severe. The sleeve*: suit until you haf paid for iyour last
strength in .time of ^rouble the WtU- November.
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! are flat; with little or ho fullness.
-ono, yotl ^— ;— -1-—
.■
■—----m / W » who are .trained'’ on the marine
The senata, however, is a laV unto m lck and H a rrin g to n : taw ard tk a ..(N, J,) ba(ht wb, and : whe hae^ beea- history and flntlnn;
Flat
Jet1
ornaments,
as
well
as
those
Itflhlflnthem
atter-o£_debate^:_The_
river,
while
Gage
Ptarted
o/ter.
tke
Whftt
faithful
wife
Sfet
Uorwclf
a
Ueyore
m
ilo
y
e
d
M
second
c
o
o
k
-a
t^th
e
N
e
w
_
M
r
.N
o
p
a
y
M
B
u
t-Ic
a
n
?
t-w
a
lts
o
:lo
n g»•blps carrying the stars and stripes.
mn who bad run from the alley, M u rra y hotel h e r * * 1 m * M a rc h , h u tndlng ttaak of weaving while h e r. hue Of metal,' Ore frequently used ae trim­ ;W i n t e r ls here and 1 heed so m ething
.j- The camphign in favor of ship sub? senators c.au, talk as long as they7" Billings:
band wm aWay Rt- war?-Penelope.
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ming.
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"7 _ w o rm . .
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hldy has been a moat vigorona onaJ care to upon any subject, and the vote lri^At^ the._rlYfir.. bridge the two~mea <4sop seared,
.
What couple In childhood's t)eet )oved
The-jvogue-fot_'gilt_l»-no.w^at
its
:
jhn-hisitaksioipoaTa-measure-onijMjy:
Friends^of-the—late^-FloMHAIame"Pianv—wavs. A-piibtmattfln ca tte r
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,
.
hook
.wsro-especlally-congBnlaf'rsgsvdlljs:
Fomt-Of Vlew>
Height and sllvorMrimmlng- ls-also^ig:
ttmt: turned and one ef- th em, BiPpoeed t* D arling,-feunder^af t he-D aughte ri' otij-Uroiiiidiet ? jack-Hpratt- and-wlfe.
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m
^-T be-A m oriean—Flag^-bas-beea-sent unanimous consen^r/rnis
-- - meana
..
have bOWL-MoClaniaiok^-: opened fire tha American Revolution, whe" died. What well known literary couple were
Senator Beveridge?' apropos of this
with—a n - automatic rerolver. The
.' broadcast filled with argum enta-ln-f^
f at° r ^ ° O&08
separated for a Say during their
Tasseled ornaments and.Yrlngs^vts. old-faslilobedrfpowy Chrlstmaa. sald
Vor of^the measure which. iB-now ire-h« can do so within the limits offlcersT eturded the fir* and the men In New YorkTait week, hnye Iw m ed never
married life? The BIrownlng*.
~ "’ ^ ^ ■
the—
Flora
A
^—
D
arling-llem
srlhl
agwithm ~eh~other^for chief f*Yor in the other day1:...
— w j f t , I- tore ,congress. On the other hand the of hls^physlflal strength, The~genate rgn ^nd iafde thelr eeoape.
~W hat_chars;eter In DtckensTwos eteniat*
^"S noyr, of'course, ha*“ite disadvaneoclatlon
tor
the
purpose
of'erecting
Ta
(fage. discovered Bmieg*’ overcoat, sttltabie-monument-to-her-memory-in ly hopeful, while his wife y;a8 eternally trimming.
,
majority of the Democrats in house leaders, like the house leaders, it is
-tages
from-some-polnte of view.
_
faith full Mjcawber
' Except when- the" brim is turned
, m
sen ate, and w lth^them a 'g o o d ly be U e v e ^ ^ Y e a g re e d Jo s u ^ p o r ^ r e s : which he fcad thrown away asJhe left W ashington-------:-----=
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8no^-Is“
treautiful
-in^itB-Heasoif,^
_ ... . « j..
. , .. _ .
; What man In the Bible lost file wife over in front, very
"'number "of Republicans hava ~ da.
T a ft s recom m endations,- and the alley. He followed to tk* Mich)Solomon sald that. But l know an o^d
President Taft attended the Oharles -ihrough-her-iooking back? Xot
is shown!— j ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ .i r o n n c e d - TeOT)Trpropogltloir'Ttor-~ga^ty,l
means that; a s far as th e . chief IgattZUeptraL.rttatldm
Nelsen
GfIttenden—
memoftal
eervlces47WTratRdtnan’a
wife
was'
above
sus­
Indianapolis
man^who, on heaTlhg thla
Billings.
•Some of the new bracelets encircle
...
dl«A
hllUrtora tnr
' - v
dize. nhftv
ship builders,
for *h<o
this In
is what-the senators have It-In their'po^er, ^egis^ tured
at Foundry Methodist . Splsoopal picion? Caesar's.
remark
of
'Solomon,
grumbled t .
ttage
warned
Baggageman
Miner
at
church, Washington, where On ad­ . A wife who was_noted ■forJjer shrew** the wrist9and end. in ft,Uny Jeweled
opponents of- .the bill say that it lat'lon will go ,through quickly.
*
’Oh,
yes,
no
doubt
it was beautiful
the
depot
to
keep
watch
tor
the
ether
Ishnees?
XaAtlppe.
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:
■
bowknot. ........;
/ O r course the unexpected is likely
dress was made by Dr. John Wesley.
amounts, to,
■
_il'ifX: to
you,
sittlh’
w
ith.all
the wives and
robbers
and
returned
to
"town
with
Coats are ft bit closer than the half;
: If the measure should became a law to happen and there may be strength., his prisoner. It was 1:15 o’eleek Hill, of New York!' Dr. Hill Is an
lasses
Of
Jerusalem
beside
you; but if
A Spoon Shower,
fitting ones of the past season gad
intimate friend, of Mr. Taft, and aoAmerican ocean mail carrying steam­ enough developed by! the ultra-conyouo
been
a
poof
efone
cutter
you’d
A
young
girl
who
was
to
m
artyr
a
ers probably would be built on both servatlves ia t ho upper house who answering the description were la the eompoafed him on his famous western
8kA
r1
e
to
h
ln
g
S
ty
m
l
”to
?
c
a
n
a
rd
.b
lu
e
i^
ever
bave
“
w
»ny
such
th
in
g
’
"
mari
not
blessed
with
a
great
store
of
sr'oeking.fbur
during
the
csmpslgn
of
coasts to carry postal matter to South have noVc°mmltted. themselves per* depot.
^
S U L
III
A U MhAd. *
''
wot.
this
world’s
,
goods
was
the
recipient
homespun,
with
the
jacket,
sleeves
sonailv
to
tho
nraaldent’a
program,
t
o
:
•
—
aStill th the Family.
1 "I warned Minor to look out for the
American—and to some parts..of - t he
■■-'W
_Qf_thls_nQvel. and,acceptable shower, and hem outlined with a fine- band
A m o n g t h e ' dom estic duties o f ft
orient.. The amount of money paid promng the ^discussion ■on interstate guns and'keep watch-o f m e n , but
The~girts, 12 in number, contributed of skunk fur—which, by the way; is young_.hiiBhand: is;tthe .care ful supetviT H E M AR KETS.
for carrying the mall would be suf- commerce amendments or on the It could net have been ten seeoads
the price of d dozen; Bpoons. Each the leading fur of the i^asdh for ey slon o f; the toilets o f his w ife ’s tw o
after
I
bung
up
the
receiver
before
changes
demanded
in
the
anti-trust
flcient-lndttcement to build American'
, Dstroltr Cattls—Market- strong at one was done separately in tissue pa- ery day wear.
th
e
telephone
operator
oalled
me
end
lkwr
until
away
into
the
summer
seadogs, one a G re a t D a ne and th e oth er
vessels which would carry hot only
laat . wsek’s prices in all grades. We
said she had heard shots at the depot guote.
aon^a
b y no means d im in u tive S t. B e rn a rd .
extra
dry-fed
eteere
and
heifers,
the mall, but merchandise and' very
and woe unable to get on answer to 16.6*04: steers .and heifers, 1.686 to
"
O h , M a rie ," shouted h u b b y fro m
likely passengers.
Wetohlng for,-“Joker*."
her calling," said Gagq, .VWhen. I got I,26*i !>■2»©i.7l. eteir. aw’d helfen,
the y a rd late one afternoon; "there^a
•
0
1
te
1,600,
14.14061
steers
aad
half,
Democrats
In
the
house
and
in
The prospect of:the debates on- the . The
---- .Mv
w the
iud uvyut.
uvo minutes
uuuuvub Bihorwira
to
depot five
afterward •rs-that are fat, Too to T**, T foO U
n o t-ft-fle o ro n - th e -d o g s -n o w ! " ........
floor r o f r iiouge^ add senate op this .the senate by agreement among thetri^ Tumor lay on the floor ef the baggage-" ehoiee .fat _ cows. ■14O4.60; good -fef
"H o w
sp le n d id !" shouted
haqh
eews,
*1.6002.76;
.common
sows,
11.190
room
dead,
and
Em
m
ett'
was
apparquestion Is bright with the promise of selves will scrutinize carefully every
M a rie , "Not_a_slngle flea?”
ohoiorjieavy; bull*,:
"good "speeches""for at\d against the bit o f "legislation which. Jh e maiority- _snt’y.£dylng,_with blood..streaming ®.l;oaitnerer->*0:l.*0;
I4 ;l9 0 » rffair-to good 'bolegnae,- bulla
" N o ! " yelled ,T o m ; " T h e y a rq a il
12.5404; it
measure, and of shar pexchanges have proposed. As the Democrats' put from a ragged wound In hie chest.
stock buHe. il l*; choice feedo n .m e !"
Inr
it«<n,
,
-■
-I.
206
to.
1.001,.
14.60;
fair
feed"EmmetjLwaa
able
te
tell
me
some-:
which will interest the galleries,"an'd It, they do not lnteqd to let any legis­
Ipg stssrs,
'Pfi
•Jf?” - »6j»,to.1.00^14; eholeeatoak•wgs-vthe country whon the words have lation go through which may have In thing of the fightT- W&eti-Minor left — 690 to 700, **-*' ^
Saroaetlo.
...... l-!<
the
phone
he
decided
with
Emmett
•$801.11, mllkert. larrt.vlvck
hsltori,
4t-anyth4ng4n-the-nature of a "Joker,”
been reduced to written form.
"lam afraid Dulby is putting an en­
youn^ m®*
to
try
te
capture
the
robbers,
both
ef
that la under a technical construction whom teemed to be merely toys.
Looking Forward to 1912.
eoiam*n tnUk«r»#
emy. Into his mouth to steal away hia
"Presidential politics" in Washing­ might vitiate the whole law. Such They did capture th e n without dIflU ^
brains " ;
Mark«t Mron»r at lMl
ton are lost to sight, If not to interest, Jokers have .been 'known-: to find -a culty, and marched them to the bag­ » J 0 J .»J f.pJS«> i b i,t' 1* 50o 16; ethsri,
"Yes,” answered’Miss Cayenne; "and
“for only about" due: year a fte r the no- laco In legiBlatkm, and It-hap been gage room, hut without flret removagp-of-pettaHarceny, at that,’^ "
thfsp
And
larabj—MarketlQa
to
Ife
tlonal election; Already the Demo­ no secret In the past that occasionally ing the guns from them.
»r iRin m i i n u n u r,
"As they entered the baggage reom
A WOMAN DOCTOR
'
]*»>«■ * l* 5 0 | l 9 i tot*
crats and Republicans In official life they have been put in purposely, in
Win. the capital are beginning to look recent years, however, with the awak­ McCormick suddenly broke away and
Waa Quick- to See that Colfes’-was
D^lng the Mlaohlef.
forward to 1918 and to guess, and ened, public conscience and with the fired a shot from the deadly ante- i’S1
» * t . « i ;..5 R :
even to prophesy, as to whom the pressure that the people ha^e brought' matio gun. "Both- Minor and I had
vans and we began to iro , hut the
_ A lady tells of a bad case of coffee
chieftains of tlie two parties will be to hear upon their "senators and rep­ others were toe fast tor ue: A doeen
!- V:
in tho struggle of that year.------------i resentatives, the. Joker is becoming shots were fired. I saw Minor slip
poisoning and tells it in a way so sim­
Naturally muoh of the interest cen­ rarer and Tarer. I t Is a bold man to­ to the floor, and almost tho same in­
ple and straightforward that literary
ters about the chances which the pres­ day who would undertake to insert stant I went down, too; Tho men ran
skill could n o t Improve It.
B ait Buffalo,—Cattle; flteafr.
ident has to succeed himself. One one in legislation,-knowing that on iti froAr the 4**el"
"I had neuralgic headaches for 18
Billing* was arrested at 1: SB, while j.rtf'.-.'nj vs;-., w i:great section of the Republican party discovery its authorship would be
years,”
she says, "and suffered untold
ears; strong! best lamb*,
seems to bo WeR satisfied with the traced and he would be held up in veung Harrington went to the heme
agony. When t first began to have
president’s career so far, while an­ public view as one who was willing of L. H. Pattee with his wounded
r ‘ " ,M" !
them I weighed 140 pounds, but they
Calvss—II Oil.
other section, white! admitting willing­ to nullify the moaauros by the people. wrist after the shooting and told a
brought me down to 110, 1 w;ent
story
of
having
fa’len
from
a
eoal
Alt: tVTisat—Csik Ks
ness to wait before passing flnat judg­
Senate Mey Upset Tradition.
to many doctors and they gavo me
car
and
hurt
his
wriot.
Non-suspect
«.*4;
May
epsne4
He
u*.
at
1
ment, seems to think Mr, Taft Is noth­
Much of th e interest in the present leg, Pattee bandaged it u» and Har'
only temporary relief. So I auifered
ing like as aggressive as he ought to session has for its center tho proposed rtngton took a D. U. R.
\ When JuljTepensd at ^l.* l^ ,4!e a /e4*rnt9veV
on, till one day a wbman doctor told
be In view of tho fact that he said amendments to the interstate com­ ”«ttee hsard of the shooting ho not!
me to use Postum. She said Hooked
he would entry out the legislative pol­ merce law, and, in the view of tho ex­ ^ed the officers and Harrington was
Cern—Cash No.- 2, lie; Ne. 4, 1 ear
like I was coffee poisoned.
icies of Jiis predecessor.
treme conservatives of congress, they 'wertaken on an Tpslianti-bmind ear
“ So I began to drink Postum and I
The Progressiva Republicans In are drastic amendments.'’ Tho Repub­ •nd arrested, He woe faint from loss
gained 15 pounds in the first few
>f
blood.
McCormick
refuses
to
talk,
house and flcnnto, most of whom come lican majority’; in the house seems to
Beans—Cash. II.6T; Mareh. »»,U,
weeks and continued to gain, but not
from the west, will not yet say one feel that the country has sanctioned
■>ftt*
.*• sags
at
so
fast as at first. My headaches be*
*»•
66:
.
March,
*1,16;
sample.
24
k
m
word as to tho probabilities of tho re- tho president’s recommendations as
All theories in 4hc Miner murder nt 18.69, II at Mi prime wlslke. 2T »»;
gap
to leave me after I had Used
■nomination of President Taft three they relate to changes In the inter­ *a*o were upeet ffaterday afternoon, ffTo” * ai4iks, 4 m i , at m .i ^, y i i
Postum
about two weeks — long
Three dainty little : dresses are on a lining and is finished a t the toil
years henoo. They declare that tl\e state commerce law, and for this rea­ •nd Charles Harrington’s confession
enough
to
get the coffee poison out of
shown there that can . well be made up
next prosldent will be a progrefeilve son It may be taken for granted that mptlcating Robert McOomlck te MlShaped band that is braided ; ‘ th« my system.
lor’e
s’aycr
set
at
naught
by
tke
dis
a
t
home
with
little
cost.
■
the real kind, presumably the Roose- the representatives wilt put the
Tratemen on th# Penssjrlvanla sys­
*s of Piece lace. The skirt Is
overy that the bnllet in the baggage tem have as a body failed to vote te
The first is in pale blue soft satin
VOlt-kind, though no one yet has the amendments into law form and send
..r? ,,nce 1 ^ gan t0
Postum I can
■nan’s throat is a 8t cobber lead-nosed Join other railroads east Of the Mieeii* and chiffon. The. empire bodice is set In plaits and piped to the bodice g!ndl5!
that * never know what a .
^
v temerity to take It for granted that them over to the somite, ordinarily nlHSie. McCormick carried an autoMaterials required: Five yards vet hentolglo headache Is like any more,
-' the mighty African k in .e r would rnn- the senate I* supposed to be a more matio revolver with a 82-coiihrr steel slppl river is demands for better covered with puffod chiffon In front; veteen 24 inches wide.
wages. This is admitted In Pittsburg the back Is of satin' plain, The zouave
Bnd it_ ‘WR8 nothing but Postu m tit at
gent to.run agnla. The Progressives conservative body than the' bouxe, hut
Ming. This hit of evidence points
c. A, Green, of tha Pennsylvania fronts edged with lace, are-connected .if04t th ^ ,other dresB R soft spotted made me well. Before I used Postum
!V m w t o r nothing peklloly ahout Presl- sometimes affairs take a course la the n Harrington ss the slayer of Mtaer, by
in front under a rosetto^' The zouave S l 2 ? h te lB T d; ,M» * Princesi I never went out alone; I would got
Toft’s obanoes, berause he h u e*a*te that they are not expected to ssteod of McCormick a* the former employers’ grievance committee.
Maj.-nsn.
J,
Franklin
Ball
wilt
;
h
r
end upper part of sleeves are braided -with flounces at edfle which is headed bewildered and would not know which'
hnrges.
:,rB#A:.':JfaU■
■opportunity thus far, take, tt te entirely wfthtn the range
th*
next
commander
of
tha
army
in
Miner’s* ftmeral waa heM at 8 o'clock
with narrow Russian braid, The skirt by a crosswise strip of silk, gather *
Of.'them say, to make clear of pooelMIttiftft that the upper house
Now 1 Ito alone and my
the Philippines MaJ.-Qcn. Frederick Is gathered to the bodice,
with narrow outstahdhn head Is turn‘.
Sunday
afternoon.
as clear as a bell. My brain
ilf ho Is on absolute progressive may undertake to make more drastic
D, Grant Bill be assigned to his old
friH;
tho
same
trimming
forms
a
noini
Materials required:
Three yards on the bodice back and front, th and nerves are stronger than they
WhO ls only progrewlts is part, than the lower house had done the
Tke MUford Home Teleubone flo command at, the head of th* denarb
Consider Harmon.
Interstate
commerce amendments '■is declared a eewH-anatjal dividend meat of the east, MaJ.-Oen. W H satin 42 inches wide, one yard chiffon space being filled in with gauged chif have been for years.”
’
toO Democrata In congreas which the president hoe aefced te ff t peT cent, payable Feb. 1. Th« ra tte r, now in Luton, will be ajl two and one*half yards lace,
tw S iIm i hi 1!t.t,e book> ,,Th« Road to
The
henter
costume
Is
In
soft
pink
a t their eyes toward have passed- GIDROE CLINTON.
T I!0'.
"There’s a Reason,”
lompeoy now ben to# aebeorlbeee,
Matorlala
Tequirsd:
Six yards kqi
velveteoft;:5th e ' hod Ice Is laid in plait*
0»e itBMari
J*«*l*T A tiew
"w id e,;;''’
>-■■■■ ■ ■ .. '
entered • through-n-^back window. < ,;
Cady-surmised tbajt the man in the
alley was merely^a guard and^craw^od
a
t
w
Into- th e 4 storo^
As he did so the figure of a man roeeover the counter at the front of the
store. Th'e officer.; fired and rushed
forward, but two me® slipped through
thexpiate, "glase--window-wrh lch had
been broken,.
ICady_ followed tc^' the Street aad
blew his ■*. wbiat'e < for .’oesietaaoe,
Officer William MowfCy and Ublef of
Efillce .Oagfl responded. Mowrey -and
rW lR E L E T S .
~ "
m
Party Dresses
M < * •» e f f c n J f t
1
V
»
«
. ! • , r^f
I S 'Vf » /
A
n
THE CHELSEA STANDARD, JANUARY 13, 1910.
*1
U n d o u b te d ly m uch o f this quicken* [
couldn’ t ra ise It—i f it w e re o nly
ib clgh t w as due to thn th o u g h t o f a glance o f y o u r eyes— le t atone t H *
H e ie p , w h o w as n e v e r.in i’ a m o m en t—eyes them selves,”
absent fro m h i* m ind. W h a te v e r
r i hope you d id n ’ t' oom e a ll the Way
W ork was engaging bis hand p r b ra in , up here in tjhe cold Just to .h e f u n n y "
deep below It a ll was a consciousness she responded se ve re ly, B u t she did
of her existence, lik e - a second e g o ,i n o t vo u o h ia fe h im th e glance.— She
o n l y A th o u sand ‘ _tlme _^dear er_' and w a * absorbed in w ash ing o u t. th e un­
m ore in ^ p lrln g th a n H lt^ o w n rp p rs o n s ll- s a tis fa c to ry s k y fo r a second tr la l, /
ft seem ed to give h im , a sixth ’ D e rrln g did n o t go In to the house.
sense bjr w h ich
perceived the begu- H e w a lked ra p id ly up a n d d o w n the
tlfiil—u n tir“H e le n gaVe up in. despair beach, w a tc h in g the a n g ry s k y a a d
the a tte m p t to transfer t o canvas all th p .Is o la te d little h o u se ., H e fanoled
■that he b ro u g h t to her notice. ■*
th a t, as the e a rly tw ilig h t settled
I t becam e a com m on eight fo r her d o w n , i t stood o u t i o o r t d is tin c tly and
sketching stool to be set up la seme v iv id ly — ^emphasising Its in d ivid u a lity
sheltered , corne r o f th e b u s ie s t'p a rt A -th e w o r k o f-m a n against th e pow er
o f the c ity . D e rrln g , w ho had.dregded o f darkness,
the cxge rlm en t, saw . w lt h a th rlll. t h a t
A t la s t he cam e and looked o v e r h e r
the quiet p ow er o f h e r B a rsnw im y shoulder,
‘
*_ .
i
th a t so rested and soothed h im w as’
" R a th e r b e tte r, Isn’ t l t r > s h e asked
fe lt h ere;
Fjbe crow d e ith e r .passed com placently M t b o u t lod gin g u p .
h e r \by o r stopped fo r a m o m en t to
V Y o u Have ctought th e v e r y dem on
lo o k 'w ith respectful curiosity as the o f th e atortn io those clouds."
w o rk g rew u n d e r her hand. S o m a t i w
i t w as tru e .- Sh e h a d done w h a t the
a m ason fllle d h e r water-can o r a car­ w a te rc p le rle t seldom ~ achievee—suep enter paused fo r . a m om ent In . his bebded in w a sh in g o u t h e r -firs t qtw o rk to 'a d ju s t h er um brella, i t w as te m p t and re p la cin g i t w ith th e desirthe Cblopgo splrit-r-laisses fa lre , and ed effect. T h e th o ro ug h w e ttin g o f
h elp w hetf^ yo u c a n ^ B xc e p t fo r th e th e p ap er o r a touch o f genius h ad.
dust a n d -r a ttlc o f th e -atreet she w as aided th e eeopn d . atte m p t, a p d the
as unm olested as In her quiet studio. rd su lt wae a w o e h rrc le A n and fre sh in
color—a n d in th e clouds w h a t D e rrln g ,
C H A P T E R X III.
had called th e dem on o f th e sto rm .
''C o m e ," h e -s a id -d e c is iv e ly as .she
- T h e fa ll and ea rly w in te r had been eat p u ttin g l n - t h e la s t fe w touches
m lld F ln Ja n u a ry l t came on to snow lin g e rin g ly .' - " C o m e r Y o n m u s t - s t o p .
a n d ^ to -b lo w ; and -w ith . the_ snowing lt_is_top d a rk — Y o u w ill he fro s e n ."
B h e begsu to co lle ct: h e r ske tq h ln ^
and blowings the therm om eter dropped
m a n y degrees* O ld Inhabitants told m a teria ls.
each’ L oth er— i t w a r real - "Ch icago
" L e a v e those fo r m e . Q o on to th e
w eather ; n and new inhabitants .'shiv- house a n d g e t w a r m .- m b rin g y o u r
.ered in th e lr sealsklas, o r, la cking tra p s e
■
o-it.
these,; p u t o n ..e xtra flannels; '...
Sh'e started o b e d ie n tly to w a rd s the
I t was d u rin g the cold w dather th a t bouse, b re a th in g cm h e r cojd fingers
D e rrln g ’s w o rk took him one a fte r­ to W drm them . B u t —so fierce w as the
noon to L a k e v ie w to look o ve r the w in d —she m ade slow progress, .a n d
w o rk of the A m a te u r A r t club. A s he b e fo rq .S h e reached the house
le ft the house a fte r finishing b is task a t h e r side; - H e opened the doer th a t
a dull ro a r fe ll on his e a r ....H e started ushered them * In to th e -lo w ro o m . /.
and listened eagerly-?yes, it was the
T h e roun d-faced . D u tc h w o m a n w h o
lake; In a m om ent m ore his coat-col­ greeted them looked w ith k in d ly e y e *
la r w asrputled top about hla ears, his on the you ng la d y . Sh e bustled a b o u t
firmly aver We eye., the r to m andTplacbd an a rm c h a ir near;
and-he .war-on bis way to the shore. tfia flra.' ftY ou staye d o u t. lo n g e r this
Thp-lake had^a""p'ecullar fascination tim e
she. said ln -.-a -d e e p . jm tth V a l.
for bim. He could never resist it, ea^ voice* B he g a v e ; a qu ick look o f inter-,
peclally when ~lt' w a r roaring and eat fro m H e le n th D c rrln g .
8
1
o r
JLo v e
3
■' -4
_
8Y- /■N O_____
P 8I 8,
r
. Rlchayd Derrlng, returning from, A win­
ter In the wood# to hla mother1# farm
home.' le overtaken by ,We u w le ^ o c o m panled by hte eacpntrto wife, cooling'to
pay a visit At th e ia rm - A u n t Jeruaha’ s
-questions‘about -PlnU y_ Hutton. supposed
to b e R ic h a rd ’s .a w e e th e a rt.b rln g o u tth s
fact that shells to toarry -e merchant,
KriwArdB,—Derriog’e WlAppolntment-Btipo--.
--ulates—
u l ^ B W i P. a—^_______
b l t l ^ and
under-----the advice
_ --------.......
of eeth W n n e y,
p e rm it "ot^the wood#,
.........resolves
yes to
' ‘ self
’ “ fa
* rc d le
• g* i K-in ~ he
. f i t him
.mlsee to te a c h h im Greek, Derney promisee
* lle
Is .: . his mother, ’ His resolve,
ring ■ te
ana
to • in --hl> grandfather’s old' laborator/beg ins the study o t ; Greek,
Seth Klnnt y . hears . Richard's Greek
recitation In th...e w o o d s w h lle h e a n d T o m
Bishop Ply. the
the. ' cross-cut . saw. / B a r­
ring- learns that he can look'indifferently
,A “r of
nf E m ily , H e visits A u n t
upon tlie JOBi;
Jorusha;' who .vvolunteers to y h e lp ; him
1
... imuugn entrance, examinations, i'wins -ap
~ proYftl fro m -lh * professor andi Insures nil.
popularlty among- his fellows. F o u r - years
In college obliterates the memory of E m ­
ily. Derrin_g .begins Jourh allstlo work In
rC n lc a m - H e insets Helert" Gor'd u n ,a u arttst. Derrlng Is promoted to art critic on
list,
his paper,. H e makes rapid progress in
comradoshlp^withn Helen. 'H e le n ; refuses
■-tonshlpgcompaOt^ C H A P T E R x i l .— Con^hUod.
"— G radually h e- c am e to - unders tand
th a t-h e r d e te rm in a tio n p d t t O T m a r r r
him w as ^ influenced - b y s o m e th ln r
stronger th a n a m ere p erson al s h rin k
_lng fro m a false m a rria g e , . S h a .w o u ld
■
T "n o tro a r r y , because; ahe>y ould n d t ta ke
B A C K A C H E -A SIGNAL OF DISTRESS
A
W A R N IN G
T H A T
M U ST
N G T
B E
IG N O R E D
----^v
If this
. timely warning is ignored, kidney disease silently fastens
its; deadly grip— for kidney sickness first shows itself in
-pains and disorders in other parts, and the real cause is too
often hidden until fatal Bright's disease or diabetes, has set
— in. -Suspect the kidneys* if you are rheumatic and nervous
^or have lame back, painful/ too frequent or scanty urination,
V eak heart, , dizsy spells, headaches, bloating or neuralgia.
„ W hat you ; want .is a. special kidney medicine — not ah
experiment, but one that has stood the test for -years.
D o a n ’ s K id n e y p i l l s relieve weak, congested kidneys— cure
backache ^-regulate the urine. s
,’ ; ^ ^
P a m
A
in
th i
back
is
th e
t e d m y s * s i g n a l o f d is tr e s s ,
K ID N E Y R E M E D Y O F 75 Y E A R S ’ E X P E R IE N C E
D O A N ’S
K ID N E Y
PZCXS began curing. lame_backs and sick kidneys 75 years ago. *The derpand
lead a nearby druggist, Janies D oan/ to prepare, it for sale. From him the magic formula passed to the presseiit proprietors. Now, as-in those early days, £ b m s K idney P ills are m ade from onlyThe purest drugs,
an d are absOlutely non-ppisonous. They are used and praised all over the civilized world.
fa jy P ip tu r t
T fJ h A S h ry .
D O A N ’S
K ID N E Y
1003
P IL L S
' J . R , B la ck,
E , Sixth street, Topeka,
-.K a n s a s , says: “ In the spring o f
D o a n ’s
. K id n e y Pills brpught me such great relief that I
-- -did not-hesitate /to make the fact known and give.
- - this -remedy m y most earnest endorsement, I n ;'
my.-staiemeht fe a id that T o r three yeara I had
suffered from kidney complaint.
had a dull
grumbling ache.across the small o f tav back that
-greatly inconvenienced me when reaching and
‘itraining lu doing mywork, Ah annoying kidney
wealmess was. also in evidence and it was out of
.the question for me to-sleep well.. -In'thexnorhing-_.
X was. all tired-cut and it. can be seen that * was
so-bad ahape. The tise of T>oan's KidneyT f f lr
quickly and sutely drove away these symptoms of
kidney complaint andJLhave.sincerneen in good
healths
^
---------------
1899
1
1
/1
M A K E
L A S T IN G
C U R E S
■Mrs. James Crooks, First St., N. W., American
Fork, Utoh, says, "I had kidney complaint for ten
yean or more; Sometimes a twinge darted through
the email of my back and Iofteo,became soh'elpless
that I was compelled logo to bed with my clothes
on. The attacks often Tasted for days at a time
and l could not even stoop to put op xny shoes.
My condition was certainly alarming. The secretions from my kidney*-were hregnlar iir^passagqand contained a heavy sediment after standing. _ I
Well know what the misery kidney complaint
. causes and I can therefore appreciate the merits
of a remedy that cures this disease, Doan’s
. idney Pillriived op to the-clalmemade for them'
in’my case and effected acufe. My kidneyswere
restored to a normal condition and my health
thundering like this,
Helen sank Into the chair with A'
/ On Aug. 0 4 , 1 9 9 9 , Mrs. Crooks was interviewed
The- foregoing statement was"given in March
r A few minutes’ walk broughtT Im grateful smile; :"Yes,T stayed out to
*995* and when Mr. Black was interviewed on : by one of our representatives and she said: "It
Nov.' Y3, rgo8, he-said: - ° I have-nevenf^had - -gives-ma-pleasure to reendorse Doan's Kidney
inrsight of the mounting,"Jhifeatenlngr ■ffn=?’" She had slipped noiselessly
pills. They-cured my backache and my health
return attack of kidney complaint and I know that
white-capped breakers. His heart from the arm chair to the floor. :. .
:
is nctWgpod. Other members of my family have
liny
cure
is
a
permanent
one.
My
faithJn
Doan’s
;leaped=wJth-eaultatlonF--TheHpowerrof —w ith -a quiok exclamation Derrlng
taken
tins [remedy With decided benefit." ------ibey
Bills
is
stronger
than
ever.
ihejtQimavwas-oa-hlmi JH e longed- t a dropped to hi* knees beside her,
r unrto-leap.-tcrT vrestle^v^th-it-anE
K id.
her mother jand those that depended scream . himBelf hparse against its w om an p ra c tic a lly. " G iy e h e r th is .”
Yoanalf
iron-' h e r b u t moire than that, and deep- Tumult. It was^ like the ocean—that She had prepared’ a d ra u g h t o f b ra n d y.
Cut out this coupon* mail it to Foster-Milbum
er, she would hot by a rash promise long stretch of lonely shore as yet
Derrlng poured’it between the white
Co., Buffalo. N. Y. ■ A free trial package of
add-one^more-to-thenaarriageh -that unprotflr.tfld
-ilps,-awmnd—wnich-a-^bluer^ llBe-was= Doan's Kidney Pills will be ’mailed you
end In vata regret or, divorce*
Gradually, as. -he Jooked.Jie became sloWly. settling.'
promptly. <. • *
• w. n.U.
• Gradually, too, he camer to under­ conscious of something homelike and
They watched for Hhe..effect—Derrt
stand more fully w hat she had meant protected in the midst of the uproar. lng_eagerly, the woman with; dose, atby saylng^tBat'lf they=wera;ipade for- ArtbreatTOf smoke rose" from the chim- tent ion. T h e ra w a s ;ho~Blgn of.'re
DOANS
^eachr.<Uher^h6y^0Qld^gajtG0u_t^wlth ney^of^a ismall^rude -hopse,- far-down- tu rn in g - life r D e rrln g -lo o k e d _ , up” T h
KIDNEYS
oui .promlses,. and if. not, It were1 a thd/'rshOre, almost within reach of the d esp a ir and J lie , w om an h u rrie d aw ay.
thousand, times b e tte r 1 they -should threatening waves that ran up. the In to ad in n e r' r o o m - f o r ^ m e oth er
- drl ft-ap a rt^ r An d a sh e -c a m eto^u nder- sandy--beach^ All about the house ~T6niQdy7‘ k
jT '
stand, an element^of reverence min boats lay stacked, evidently in winter T i e leaned Koveif I h e ^ o f l o ^ e ^ f i g T .
fSbl3M^?^ll'd^leVs\jrPi*IceT3o-cents'^ ^osfERrMlLBURiTCo/^Buffalo, N.Yj [Proprietors
gled with his love for her, deepening quarters; and; here and there rem*' u re (T l|t e n in g , S lo w ly be g ath e re d it
-and-lntenslfylng-ltr
nanT I^ fT llh l5 p t^kl5~ehowe'(fJhe"oo In h ls -H rik s . . T enderly,:'passloiUareiy7
--------- Ue-hlmself^would - pot have ques -clmatlon of fair weather.. The house he d r e w -h p r -to h im k n d -p re s s e d -h is
— Fa th a H a M e th o d .
~~
^idnedr^He-Tyould - gladly-haye ma r- waB hheathed ln ^ough redTioarda apfi; i r p f ^ ^ ^ J h e j w M t e - m d u t h —w lth — lts
THAX'S^IGttL
DurlL^rr recehTTIIghtr iirafiss Tho
"rte3T To hltpJ It "would not- have been patched ^ltfiT"artistic regularity^" It shadow; She seem ed to h im alre ady
■a test, b<it n consummatipnr But th a t was~a sketch niade to^ hand—-a touch dead—rem oved fro m caresses; “ S lo w ly flv e-year-old T e d d y , u s u a lly so am iable,
V r u t f i e t s m e r D o n o o n * « f lllln o la ,
* T tried all kinds of blood temadle*
-they were not/to marry did not trou- of :nature“wlth!n arm’s reach of Chi- th e ' lids "flu tte re d ,, a -b te a th tre m b le d flatly and obstinately refused to tak*
la y s Ab o u t It 1
which failed to do me any good, but I
his
medicine,
Tkfter
a
somewhat-pro-ble-hirnr"W hyiBjiould=he=iaslFm bre1o ■cago.
1jkatchewan,,'OwawWMe- have found the right thing at la st My
I
^ *
through-athe 1lp s ,^ a n d s b e T U t e d h e r longed and ineffectual a rg u m e n t w ith
ot I and. In Suki
a love that was proving the fulfillment
0
«a
u
i,
He
1
b
k. t Mid in
Helen was filled with enthusiasm eyes to hfs, fa in tly .
face was fall of pimples and black-beads.
-hlm r^his-m b the r a f-Ih s t s e t th e -gla ss
I U lAtW fl**l
of all th e longing of hla boyhood and -and scoffed a t hla BuggesttdnrofTwait*
After
taking Casbarcta they all left. I am t T O » B ,C O N T I N U E D ,)
?Ai
*a
Am*rto*4i
2
m
s
o f m edicine d o w n ; leaned h e r head, w
llchtcd to ten th* reyouth? It was transforming him
continuini;
the nse of them and recom­
Ing for warmer weather. v“Half Its
h e r hands and ''p la y e d " t h a t she w as
krlctble f r o t r *( * o f
I |a*r]
W h is tlin g . T r e e i
mending thvun to my friends. I feel fine
mind, body and so u l.^H ls frame, icharm is in the contrast,” Bhe proI
WMten
____
oa4 *. Our
__
okincsenni
I peopleare.(look
A m o n g ; the curiosities o»V
f tr e e , life la c ryin g . t
—•whlch-had-beenutaUrSpare.andJoosely te s t e d .f ,Don’t:y.ou:see.ferWlntpr-quarboaaduy Inc
lb sc
thoa w hen1! rise in the morning. Hope to
lib s, boundary
In
thouA m om entr passed, a n d tb<* tender*
have a chance to recomitiendDCascarets." iMnds,
andl
hare
not >tt
U
h
l
the
sofar.
o
r
w
h
is
tlin
g
tree
o
f
N
u
b
ia
*
built, began to fill and settle Into1 Jers In !the-,midst-of-all- that-tum ult
Whi admitted
m e t ono who
H e a rte d T e d d y , unable lo n g e r to bear
Fred C..Witten, 76 Rim S t , Newark, N. J.
"W
hen
th
e
;w
in
d
*b
lo
w
o
v
e
r
th
is
tree
it
I
he
had
made
a
mlatake,
-'strength! • his step becam e firm and I shall go up this afternoon.” ,
I Tie r are.all
it? dolht well.
the sight o f his m o th e r’s stricke n a tti­
gives
°ou
t
flu
telike
sounds,
p
la
yin
g
CUT
THIS OUT, mall It with your ad­
IThero
(•
eerireelr
a
pomquick; his head to o k a firm e r poise .^ Derrlng consented ‘ unwillingly. He
I munltr tn the Middle or
tu d e , inquired, " W h a t’ s th e m a tte r,
dress
to Sterling Remedy Company, Chi­
a
w
a
y
to
the
w
ilderne
ss
fo
r
.
h
o
u
rs
a
t
Western
State*
that
ha.
.Above the square sh o u ld e rs; eved his was obliged to go to Hyde Park for
m o th e r, dear?”
1
__a repneenlAtlre in Manitoba,
sago,
Illinois, and roceive a handsoma
a
tim
e
stra
n
g
e
,
w
eird
m
elodies.
T
t
Is
eyes shared in th e m etam orphosis?^ thenlayFsnd- it -was . not—till—four,
>Saekatohewaa oaAlbertv'r e t ffo v in f h e r h a n d r T r o m
souvenir gold Bon Bon FREE.".' 921
the
s
p
irit
o
f
th
e
dead
singing
a
m
o
n
g
they lo s t th e ir d re a m y , pleading look- o'clook th a t he was free to seek her
125 Mifllon Baiheti of
tb e -b ia n c h e a ,Th e . na tive s s a y, b u t the h e r eyes, she re p lie d : Ml ’m grieved
r a n d becamrc~alert, la u g h in g , and_fa ll
l
h
a
T
m
y^soh
w
o
n
’t
ta
ke
'his
castor
oil
KNOWN since ifljsasR E L IA B L E
— Wheat in IMS
of happiness and a strang e p o w e r that
She w a r seated near the point from scientific W hite m a n says th a t the f o r m e ."
T o m m y — S a y , a u n tie , w h a t did U n c le
M 4IH'
" - ■ :■
•
•
-.Weetern Oanada.Seld crop* for
sounds
are
due
to
a
m
y
ria
d
o
f
sm
all
(90S
wilt
eaally
yield
tothofM^seemed n o longer to a s k , b u t to com which he had first. seen the house, an
Jo h n m a rry yo u fo r?
er #170,000,OOO.OOIn cnah.
I A TRIAL FREE
WESTERNC A M D JtP IM P L E S
m&nd - help and s y m p a th y fro m all
who. m et th e ir glance.
- -S o m e th in g o f - t h i s c h a n g e -D e rrln g
him self recognised, H e k n e w thatc he
-.w as a llV e ^ g lo w ln g Jo e v e ry : fib e r; i;^ut
he was U bs a n a lytic in his happiness
than in his m is e ry ; he did n o t see
th a t his: o ve rflo w in g , v it a lit y com m un
lcated Its e lf tq -e v e ry o n e w ith w h om
he came in contact, I t w a s o n ly w hen
some one spoke o f th e change th a t he
knew th a t it w as b e in g m a rked . H e
‘ in h ls - h e a r t — th a t n o <one
guessed the cause,
H e w as settled d o w n and w o rk in g
w ith a v ig o r o f w h ic h he had not
dreamed h im s e lf capable. E v e r y th in g
bent before h im . H e f e lt w ith in h im ­
self /p o w e r to conquer .t h e w orld
should I t stapd- ln hla w a y . S o m e tim e *
he clenched His hands and stretched
his arms to th e ir fu lle s t to g ive outlet
to the p la y im pulse th a t could n o t e x
haust Itse lf in w o rk .
s
in his In n e r life , to o , a change, less
perceptible, b u t n o less re a l, w as ta k
Ing place, S ig h t and h e a rin g w ere
opened to n e w b e a u ty. M uslo had
become to h im a M e d iu m o f soul
speech; a n d . the sordid c ity streets,
i w ith th e ir o ve rh a n gin g clouds o f
sm oke, sta rte d t picturesque life and
beauty , '
A long a rc h w a y w ith a sla n t o f sun­
shine a t th e fa rth e r end—-an Italia n
wom an stealing in to the shadow , a
huge bundle on her b ack and colored
kerchief a bo ut h e r head—w ould stir
his pulses lik e an old* p a in tin g . T h o
unsightly process o f b u ltd in g , w ith Its
debris o f m o rta r, b ric k s , and la th,
gained a rtistic value ns his o ^ e s .to o k
in the g ro up ing o f th e m en a t w o rk
a ro n h d . tho m o rtar-beds—the
so ft,
gray-w htte o f the m o rta r, the dull rod,
blue o r orange o f the Shirts upon tho
supple o r stolid figures o f the m en,
w ith the p lay o f m uscle beneath.
Som etim es It w m a single figure, th a t
m ight h ave stepped fro m
a Ram b randt canvas, app earing fo r a m inute
and disappearing In the sh ifting
c ro w d , A lw a y s , s ve ryw h e re , there
was beauty— until D e rrln g , seeing it
a ll, longed at times to relieve Ms
overcharged tenses by a loud c ry —so
W onderful, eo e m p o w e r in g , had the
Heauty « t th e w w id becom e.
6
holes w hich an insect bores in th o
offered co nso ling ly: ‘ " O h , I w ou ldn’ t
ines o f th a branches;
-tee1~ba«H
y -tfT -w e re y o u , m o the r , d ear.
T Ee ^ w e e p ln g tree o f th e C a fia ry Is­
lands Is an o th e r arboreal .fr e a k , T h is F a t h e r w ill be hom e s o a w "a rid : he’ll
tre e , In the d rie st w e a th e r, w ill ra in m ake me take it.'**??*The D e lin e a to r. ;
dow n-show ers fro m its . leaves, and th e
natives g a th e r up the w a te r fro m th e A BURNING ERUPTIOtt-FROM
pool fo rm ed _a t-th o ^ fo o t of the tr u n k
HEAD TO Ft E E T ■,-v* "
<
and find i t p u re and fre s h . T h e tree
exudes the w a te r fro m -in n u m e ra b le
" F o u r years ago i suffered se verely
pores situ ated a t th e - base o f the w ith a te rrib le e c ze m a , b e ing a mass
leaves.
o f sores fro m .h ad to fe e t a nd fo r B lx
w e e k f conflned to p y l- h e d . ^ D u rin g
— --------M isplace d ,
th a t ‘ tim e I suffered continual to r*
A young m o th e r haq ju s t been deep­ tu re fro m Itchin g a n d b u rn in g , A f t e r
ly shocked as the re su lt o f h e r a t­ being given u p b y m y d o c to r I w as ad­
tem pted relig iou s instructio n to h e r vised to t r y O u tib u ra R e m e d ie s. A f t e r
flve-yerfr-old d a u g h te r. T h e vehicle se^ th e first bath g ith jC u tlc u r a ..S o a p ..and
leeted . as Her fa v o rite Illu s tra tio n in application o f G u tic u ra O in tm e n t I en­
these teaehtnga w as a picture o f th e jo ye d the firs t good sleep d u rin g m y
"M a d o n n a and .C h ild ” In the lib ra ry e n tire Illness.
L also used C uttcu ra
w a ll. W h a t a b e 'a c tu a lly succeeded in R e s o lve n t and the tre a tm e n t was confixin g Ip th e yo u n g ste r's b ra in w aa tin ’ /id fo r about th re e wi
th a t the su prem e being w hose pictureend o f th a t tim e I w as able to be
hung before th e m w as s tric tly a resi­ a bo u t the house, e n tire ly cured, and
d e n t o f churches and e ve r te be spok- h a v e fe lt no
effects sin c e . I w ould
en c f w ith b ated b re a th .
advise aihy person su ffe rin g front a n y
,
o m uch accom plish es, th e c h ild
fo rm o f skin tro u b le t o ‘ f r y the C u tl*
w as ta k e n o n a shopping e xpe d itio n.
cura Rem edies as I k n o w w h a t th e y
Scarcely w ere th e y across the thre sh ­
d id fo r m e. M rs , E d w a r d N e n n l& g ,
old before th e yo u n g m o th e r Was
1 J 1 2 S a lina S t.,* W a te r to w n , N. Y . ,
b ro u g h t’ to a crim son-faced sta n d still
A p r . 1 1 , 1 909."
b y h er little d au gh te r's horrified w his­
A n O b vio u s P ro p o s itio n .
p e r; " O h , m a m m a !" „as she pointed
to a counter fu ll o f p ic tu re s, i'W h a t
" H a v e you a plain cook?”
" Y o u bet she is. M y W ife w ou ldn’ t
is G od d oing In the ton-cent store?”
have a n y oth er k in d in the house.”
G o t O u t o f H la D ile m m a .
A new "copper'? Just ,appointed and,
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
n o t long, o ve r, w as put out in B ro o k ­ by l<**t sppllcsttowi, m th*y ssnnot rwwh th« CW
ly n . H e fo u n d a largo dead dog at mwhi portiou of tho Wf, Thf-rs Honly cue *»y »
cure OcetnwJf, end th»t Mby eonutltutlonw mrwlte*.
the corner o f tw o stroote. H e took Desfmwi in cAiwcit by sn InSemot r^Klltton of the
ilt'lng of t-hs.Kiwvwbtsn Tube. When OiU
o u t b l * to o k a n a w ro te : " T h is m o rn ­ tiilm te Inrtem
ed ynu here * nimNin* eouml or tming a t U 5 a. m ., I found A dead dog oertecl henrlnit. «n<J when It le entirely fleer*), t>e«fneml» the reeult, snrt unite* M*e tnn*mtn*Unn »n be
a t the corner o f—— ’ ’ and he looked taken mil *mt ihA tube rtwvvwt to W nonn»l ooodtWTWIMtljr"* fnmrri
1IMCTI I. nine
I'l»w V
U
on. heerln* will be tlfetenyeC
“"■ ■*
up to See w h A t the streets w ere and out
of ten are eaoswt by, Otanrty which h r01Mag
discovered th e y w ere K e e p a nd K o s- but »n Inflamed eoodltloe of the
Ws will alve One Hlmrtrrd pmiam lor *ny e*w ot
clussko.
l>mtne*a ErAusert by (atarrii) that mnnot ne eucH
H e studied fo r a lon g tim e. T h e n he
V«
w . w s tta N S i, a
dragged the d o * b y the- ta ll t o the
tor copwttpeUaa,
Corner o f K e e p and K n o t streets.
T h o hiippinrma o f our la te r Ufa *a In
(
Sa ys M e Q e w a n :
great p art made up o f the pleasurable
"O on sld sr th 't th ‘ maan m an k n o w * m em ories o f e a rly ye a rs — D r . A le x a n ­
'Im sB lf; which m akes you revenge
d e r G ain .
com plete,"—C le ve la n d N e w s ,
T h e hull ot cotton !• used In C h in a
T h e d ro u g h t wee b ro ke n before the fo r fertilising purpose*, fa n n e rs p ay
t m i n w er«i
ing- a b o u t tw o dollars a ton fo r i t
6
111
8
She Seem ed to H im .Already D e a d Rem oved fro m Caresses.
;
old piece o f s a ll-d b th , fastened be­
tw een tw o stakes, sheltering her from
tho w in d .
.
Site looked up when he approached
as casually as If he had stood th e re
all the afte rn o o n . T h aven’t caught
th a t w in d and it Isn’t ’ cold enough—
too much bluo, isn’t there?” sheafekod,
h o ld in g 'h e r head back and surveying
her w o rk critic a lly.
%
"R e a lly , a re n ’t you blue w ith too
m uch cold?’ ’ he responded m eekly.
"D o n ’ t be foolish. I am a ll r ig h t
ijo had taken off his overcoat _and
w as fastening It around her shoulders.
" O h , you m ustn’ t do J h a t , Y o u u
take cold. W e ll, then, If yo u w i l l only you m ust go Into th e , house and
get w a rm . Y o u ’ll find them fiigh y en­
te rta in in g , besides being good, she
added. " T h e y made me some h o t cotfee and the m an rigged np this sail­
cloth to keep off ' the w in d , A n d
there’s a p air o f candlesticks In
I would give m y e y « {<>>• ” ut
n o t for sale. Be yo u ’re not t o ; raise
m y b id ."
FroeHomeetendeof ISOaoree,
and^ro.emptlon».a*f 160 acre*
t *3.00 na acre. Hallway and
and-Ootnnnmet'hnve land for eale
atreaaonaulerrtee*. Many farmo n imve paid for their land out
t tha prooeeda of o n e : crow,
Diendld climate, n o d echool*.
excellent railway racllitiea, tow
freight rate*. wood,.water m i t
lumber eaally obtained.
For pamphlet "Ikat Heat Wert,”
partloulan'ae to suitable location
settler*’ rato, .apply to
and. low. eettlere’
Bnp’t o f Immtsratlon, O ttaw a,
dan., or to Canadian Oort A ir at.
N. V. RtlMNt, 171 Jaffat*** Aw., Stfttb,
tt C. A. Itirkr, twll St*. Iirle, Mltlt.
(paeadflireeneatwtyon.) nt
- ~ A u n t—W h y , fo r lo v e , o f course,
■t
T o m m y (m e d lta U v e ly )—H ’ mT^^Love
w ill m a k e a m a n do a lm o s t a n y th in g ,
jWon’t i t ,.M r i t l e 7
E
§
.._. v Important to M other*.__ jl_
E x a m in e ca re fu lly e v e ry b o ttle o f
C A S T O R I A , a safe and sure re m e d y fo r
in fa n ts and c h ild re n , a n d see th a t it
. B e a rs the
S ig n a tu re o f
In -U s e F o r O v e r 3 0 Y e a rs .
T h e K la d Y o u H a v o A lw a y a B o u g h L
Good E x a m p le .
M r . C rim so n be ak—H e r e ’ s ari Item
w hich, says the sw an o u tlive s a n y .
o th e r Jb lrd , In e xtre m e cases re a c h in g
300 ye a fs .
M rs . p rlm so n b o a k— A n d re m e m b e r,
J o b s , the sw an lives on w a to r.
^ i c o .
gABETC'-Men and Women, make ft* weekly
HSBRIa (temonatratUiKOuTH*ar»,n«w must
cream, bonaahold neceaalty. we truhtyou. f**cnra
local territory at once. Mat Sih—iac»., iewwkHk*.
^
*
b l a c k
C A P SU L E S
SUPERIOR REMEDY U R I » A R Y O I « H 4 R f ['
OOUbClSTS on
MAIL o n R E C E IP T « ,»0
HPlANTFNA$ON 9JHE NPYbTBRdllKtrN NV
Jtookand Aflrlcft.FTtBB, gaww,
D.C.
yr*. Beet reteiwaoMb
PATENTypRMbkALaureaet, 'WHSlllnirtoU,
went to hny a fan*
MIchiyUE). Wrile or call on
FARMS Doin yon’
Swd Saute kaalwa«a, AaKrlile, KJak. -
DEFIANCE STARCH
for stnrohlngfineet linens.
3-1910,
.F re e te O u r Re a d ers.
W rite Murine E y e Remedy Co., Chica­
go, for 48-psxe Illustrated E y e Book Free.
W rite- alt about Yo ur Kye Trouble and
they will advise as t<> the Proper Appli­
cation ,o f the Murine E y e Remedies In
Y o u r Bpeelal Case.. Y o u r Druggist will
tell you that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes,
Btrengthsns Wejkk K y e *, Doesn't Sm art,
Soother Joys F.aift, and sstl* for » o . Ti
f t In Yftur Kyea and ’ in B a b y’s Ey e s t
Scaly Eyelids and Oranuiation.
It costs * young m an m ore to uueducate him self th a n it costs bis fa th e r to
educate h im ,
Tightness aerotjs/th* cheat means a eoiti
on tne lungs. It mean* misery and die-,
comfort every minute^ if nothing worse,
What’a the answer? hub the chest with
Hamlins Wiwird Oil quick,
A sm all boy never looks c o m fo rtab le
In hla Sunday c lo th e *.
rXRRT DATIN' PAINXlIXyiR
When thoronfblf mbheS 10 iriipwea *a™in
ntfwle* Iwjwliii* or a>wi: » fEnin uny rwu*
e rn w is ti,* in - a jt*rjmhotiir*Ei»
Som etim es a m a n ’s wisdom Is due to
th e possession of s c le v w w ife .
p u .rs rriucT> iw * to t« data.
tVhluy, ailnd aiMWIIty nr riv trw lH , p it*, |
PASO OlNTWaXTlsgoePweMwl <n <Tir»i ary a*
? to U Any a or nawey
p»fmt><l«u
go&
Don’t blame the phonograph If It ha*
a bad record.
U S W kwW t S«a(k(*t lytw*.
■Dane iwi|**t.»nftri|||~t|r
*111» rwHrutw.
,uwr**wioa«oh
to bow
are booed upon texts;
epo* pretext*.
The R A Y O L A M F fa s it|k a m l» Iss^v sold of a low plies.
Tlwrs « • Ii s h Asa cost s a t e M d s n io es brtier U n p « n y
priest Tl«* Bafnat. lbs Wck, dtw Qtiwwry-HoWrr-—*11 sew
,n m
P
M
______
v k J (ktngk m • U s e thewi p«w of tho R A Y O L A M P we
prrfnctiy cwncrea sa and ttwro ia aednwg kaow* ia (bo m of
iluop-iMking lhal ootaU odd to tho woJuo
the R A Y O •»
a kgbt^mwf deric*. SuWabU for any to o * in any hoews
BreiT Swkler rrerrwr^m. If sot- tt r-nna, ,■write
i
biru—!-Hpale*etrauWar>otiwM*orow Air-nfy of to#
ST A N D A R D
O IL C O M P A N ^
w o u ld 4 0 .0 0 0 tn d o r earn an te N ovo W olohi WHh You?
oil ewer EheloMi Son
tkioo 1Orww Soporwaon
bo
rowspwiw)<k-ye« iba
y^Mby^ao^Ob^aroWt^
NstfssaJ Cma Swmtw
,r
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T IE CHELSEA STANDARD, JAItOARY 13, rgjo.
H E E D T H E W A R N IN G
\vi'
•9 4
B.F. 0*as*.
>]^)ftie>n*n-OipwlBg» Mock. Cbel-
CHURCH CIRCLES
BREVITIES
:'/V
M a n y Chelsea People H a v e D o w Bo?
W h e n th e kidneys ^nre sick th«fy
glvb- un m istakab le w a ru iu g s * t h a t
niininninm iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiinim w m w a gt^Quld n o t be . ig no re d . B y e x a m in ­
ST. PAtl^i.
in g th e , u rin e and tr e a tin g th e 1 k id ­
--- '- - Rev. A. A. flcb9»n, P»«tor. 4
ne ys upon th e first sign o f^ d is o rd o r,-^erylc^s a t- the. .1 uaL hour. Bpxt m h n y days o f suffering m a y b o sav^d?.
Sunday uiorniug. ,
'S ic k kid n e ys exp e l a d a r k , Hl-am e lllh g
u rin e , “ f u l l ’ o f “ brLckdufit" se d im e n t
BAVTIST
a nd .p a i n f u l . in passage. S lu g g is h
v ^ r o f ; L a i r d o f "y p M la n ti w iU -con- kidneys cause a dull pain in the sm$,U
d u c t th e services n e x t S u n d a y m o rn ­ of the . back, headaches, dli»y spells,
W’
- I
FOWLEItVIIjLE-t*Aftcr paying aU
■
expenses the Fowlervllle Fair asso­
ciation
had
$3,000
le
ft
In
the
treasury,
■wtAeoce
-WUv - FtnVLEItVILLE^Thls- village and
* ,
township of Handy were defendants
"ve rs ?
in asuit-w itb Abbott-Volligg .Machine
company for the price of a voting
m- ■-■
D e n tis t,
m
machine th a t they jointly purchased.'
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tired, 1auguid' feelipgs and ifrequent*
ip|B**kBlouk. Chelse*. Michigan The case was taken from the jury by ing.
-Sr'L
I
.
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1
Su nd ay sc h o o l-a t th ^ u s u a l b o u r.
c/^^tltoMdence. ** 4c.
.
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r
r
,
;-p
ry Theuma‘tic“t^'ngp?
1 "" " T,'“
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the judge and a verdict of no- cause . H. \r. P. U. a t e p. m.
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; y.
-Doan’s Kidney Pills are for the kid!
of actloy entered.
g j p iilf lB j i
neys dnlyrttrejFcwe sick kldneysrhod
JApKSON-xWhile
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rid the/"blbbdTof uric poison. , I f you
pouring tea during the mid-day meal
Ber.Uuuuh|g|(lle,P*Btor.
•eootWt floor Hatch A I3«nn»d block, a t the residence, Monday, Mrs. Homier^ Sundky morning “Spiritual Vacci­ suffer from any o f the above sythpto, 41. NI#ht<w<Uy.>
toms you can use no b e tte r reraedy,;
Hull was badly scalded by the haudle nation.”.
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,
fChelsea people refiomniend Down’s
Sunday evening “Born Short.” ;
of the teapot breaking. Most of the
<4,1
a ; g o rm an
It*
;.y-Kidney
Pills. ,
• ■______ - :•
■scaldlng~hot:-llqojd v,-felb^dn^-iier.tw;o& ,T-"n Wr,; T
a* 3 P- m- Mrs.
SRy T h y ito iin *#4 Surgeon
1
John^
Schieferstein,
"So.M
ain
S
tt.
mw
- j-year-old son, Herman, who 'was fright-' He ndryi: superi ntendent
a
Answered promptly night or Uw fully burned on. the right arm and class meeting at 9 a. m J . O ’ M a r a Chelsea, Mich;, says:' “ T havo^used
ftt Jacobs’ livery bkr». Phone No.
Doarda
K
id
n
ey.P
llls
fo
r
lame.
bc\ck
14 leg. Physicians say the little fellow's lead er,'.'
" '--v" '■
arm may have to be’ amputated, .. •' Prayer service Thursday evening-at and pajus through my kidneys Tpld
have received great benefit. ! I can
>:W 0 .'IA II 8 ,
\ V 'V
. 1
BROOK?Y N —Llttl e
Margaret 7;15 o’clock. .
p si
recommend,
iffis remedy ;hlghty frbm
Veterinary Surgeon.
Hart, the two year old daughter of
d§p®t
lersonaiexperience.”
. ‘"1"
congregational. —; -- / -=
a tr k v e lfa ty l a l e t m w i
Mr. and Mrs; W ill' Hart' found and
...... Officeat Martin’s livery barn.
F
o
r
sale
,by
all
dealers.
P rice 50
t
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Rev.
M
.
LtGrAnLPWtor.
ate some strychnine tablets Monday;
cents. vF 0ater-Mllburn C6., Buffalo,
forenoon and died in about two houra.-: Combined service for worship and S’ew Y ork; -sole agents fo r the U nited
It can cover •ix te o n c itie t
1
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BibLe
study
'
Sunday
at
10
a.
m.
-.
S^rThe
medicine
was-chocolate
covered
"
T t f B N B l J L L Sc W I T H B H K I L ,
and tix time»^tixtee>viY neCr |
£|atest._
p P S ^ 1
and the little one being very fond of mbnsubject^ “A Year o f "Marvellous
A tto r a e y ia t L a w .
R em ember the., n am e^-Do an’s-r-and
ettary^ in one id ay .__ ! ___
z___ • _
;tMsdcind^oftmndy-ate^euough-of ttfe' Discovery.” _
;;ake no other,
v-rju c1
ihs
1 ^ ■* '-r' --■_
mm
Evening
worship
at
]'p,.inL
Sub-T
H. D. WinuwmA. bitter tablets to cause its death. A
B. B.,Tua»Bou■i
■Preemsn-Cununlngs block. Chelaen. little-brother -about- one -year older ject,J,-lhe Christian
The m any who; k * y 9 »old
— "— W o r k 24 H o u ra a D a y .
E p lp iitS d S S v
Young Tfeoplejs meeting at 0:15 p.
was
playing
with
the
little
girl
goods by usinfj. Lour Di»*
"""
(The busiest little 7 things ever fnade
Sxjt V.v.-r.'.m,
did
not
eat
any
of
the
tableW
r
lanco and Toll %ry*9^
m
«V>»■y<r?frf-t■•v.V-/; ;v MBS
> \. 8 . GORMAN;
. Bible Study.Class T hursday'atltlS are--Dr.- King’s New Life Pills. ~Every^
ponent. '
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pill
,
is
a
1
sugar-coated’'.vglobule^-^pt'
|
h ad astouiidfhg t b f u l t i at;
Attorney at Law,
p. m. at the parsonage..
MANCHESTER—The friends V
ie a lth ,fh a t-c h a n g e 8 \v e a k n essln to
low- .e x p e n s e :■!-... - ■
; ■; ^Offioe.MtdiHe street east. Chelae*. Michigan. Miss Frauces Yocum in this villag^
m
Strength, langiior_Intp.euergy,-brail
Cep. Barr M^utcheon,’B “Be?erJy,
are shocked to hear of her death.
f e V V s t iv e r s ft k a l m b a c h ,
Perhaps the company appearing id fag into mental power: curing constlW holesale jriejr^ftjM * tjMfe
:She will be~remenrbered better by
jation, headache, chills, dyspepsia,
Attorneys at Law.
M ill
her many friends as. little Frankie Geo. liar,r McCutche<m‘sV'Beverly” at m a la ria .. 25c at Henry H. Fenn Co.
orders
froia
a dozen ftores in ae many
Notary
—Mm the New W hitney, Saturday m atinee and-Bv T. r r e eman co. , .
towns »n leW time than a man cou t r
~
.Public in the office. Office in Hatch-Durend Clyde rYocum, whor resided ~in this' and nigbtj January-15,- contains th e
a t r f i -onriptace* and at much less co*t
/block. Obelaea, Michigan. Phono 6S.
v\
village a. few ryears ago, but are now
.It *t
i 1'f..' Ar:1'
• ' ' J• 1 :.v <■ » v .
- , ••■
= -s-4
S lip #
than
have'
appeared
there
with
any
TO t’e a c h a n y o a e r a n y ^ T
4n- Pittsburg, Has. France's was an
I
f
•\ 7AX SBE ft BECKWITH,
other attraction
this seasoby
$ustlna
BjasineasEduoation
unusually bright- child and. d early-}-_
. ___ ,_____..
.... ,________...
tim e , a n y w h e r e
^ (E ita te D e a le rg .
such
as
ls
obtainable
a
t
The
D
etroit
loved by all who ..knew her;
™ h?UQ
Bustneae University is one of tfid *ure*F
U SE T H E B E LL
Money-to. Loop- Life and Fire Insurance. f ever and’diphtheria were- the cause although a very ^young girl has play. pawnwrt*' to gaoubaa.— Free cata logue b y .
re tu n v jn a llr W rite E. R. Shawr, Sec'y.i
;•; IQffioe In Hatch-Durand block. Ohelaea, Mlchl- b£ her-deaths—She was, 15 years Of ed leading roles with Naf~ Glibdwin
TFGran<FHiVer-AverK-.rI)etrolt,^ Mich, i
g*n.
MichiganSute
age-atid the Manchester people' ex; and the leadvw 1th CvrihScott l h 1‘The
Prince
Chap,j>
arid
only
recently
repress great sym }>atby for her parei
telephonaC om pany
8. A. MAPES,
turned from a 'starring ebgagemetit
who survive her. '~T~— 113-17
Funeral Director and Bmbalmer.
Com m issioners’ N o tic e ...
CnT.nWATKR-T.uab week Hale in Australia under the management
Ftoo Funeral Furplahlngs. Oalla answered Bmltht-wiiose-famiiy-has-but.receatjyr Of. <T. C. Williamson, the Charles STATK O F -M IC H IO A N rco u n ty of W iiT u y
-promptly nlgbt--or -<I*f.:-CB«laea.—Mtcblgaa
f-iiie^ P t t p ^ e s/H a w r^ n e e n iiw .- a ,neunaer*i£n«iJiavinstH .'en"ai) pointed
come to this city to live, weht to^one
by th e Probate Court foir said oounly,‘ Commis­
Phone
6.
Evart, .who plays Prince Dantan was sioner*
-4 - . ; , .
i\
to receive, exam ine an d ad ju st all claims
MSkVI
of the markets and purchased, some
d d e m a n d e d all person* Oaoinst th e eetate of.
for six years leading man with an
m ^ >
M itchell mte of said county, deceased,
oysters, In one : o f the oysters he Walker Whiteside. G.ertrud^ Fowler KntmaL.
B. W, DANIELS,
fierjbbyglvo notice lh a l four m onths froth date
found
sixty-four
pearls,
varying
in
iwed.
by ordeif of . said Pr obate Court, for 11
who .plays Princess Xetlye, was fojr
—
— G eneral A u c tio n e e r*
ircBent tnerr clalm s agaln st Alw^tsu
two
“seasons'
Rradlng
woman
o
f
the
size
from
a
large
pin-head
to
a
good
> of said deceased, and th a t they will m eet
SatisfactionGuaranteed. Forlnformatlon oal
George Fawcett stock company in
office of W. J . K napp , in th e Villaee
____ WThe Standard office, oraddroeaqrogory, Mich sized pea. Mr. Smith "has—been ■un- PaUHnore—and^only recently, closed a
In said ■county, , on the 10th
'Ig^h. rf.d.i.r Phoneconnectloni. Auctionbills able to learn the value of a n y iif the season’s'engageme'nt w ltlfBeh G feet’s dayChelBca,
- of... March,, and v on the 10th
W P:
day
of
May
next, a t ten o’clock 4.—m„
-apd-tln cup« furnUhed free.
Manes, so-it is not sure- justh o g . _____u_^4Uayers.-^-Mortimer rf eaolm>t~sai<Ldays, to;rcceive, exapilneamd adgqld claim s.
*
goodi fortune'was -bi4jught-hUm4«4the IMarTmLwlio .plays .Gfeneral Marlanx u*t
-DatedrAtih"’ArboirMICh. .Jdn.lOth, 1010T T
oyster. Ail of them will be sent To has been in th6=J5upport of nearly al 1 .
.. ;
M, J. NOYBS.
the prominent dramatic stRrs. ' Hazel 1
, . Wm.J.'KhawuI-'Z
New York tomorrow for examination Hamnm_:iajLa—former' member - o f -27"------- ------~
.Commissioners.
and-Jo. ascertain their value. Mr, Amile.iluashll!s company .and also, ap. _ in Mrs. P’iske’s “Tess of _tne
_
Smilh f eels th at it will be sonie-time Pteared
Ktfvers ^K alm baolvA ttorneya.
' .P ro b a te Ojtfier
COT “FLO W ERS
mK"':
Probate^-Orderi
STATE OF-JHUHIGA.N4.County_of_Wflak
is: At a session oi tne probate oourt for
PO TTE D P L A N T S
.. . of the high prices of housetiolu sup large company have played impor-;
suit] county of Waghtenaw. held at the probate
rr-tlie^ctty^nf “Ann- Arborron^theSlstr
p lie s ;'- ----- ----- :-----;-----. —----- 71—=-- -tant......................................
d.ay of .December, in thcjroar one'thousand nine
tract
F b N E R A L D E S IG N S
Jliniidml
and nino;
.v
ANN ARBQIt—Clerks ,at the First es.
‘•.Present, Emory B. Leland, judgie of Probate
.
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;
As this is^ the season of the year when Iiggs ar^-^\voFth-ldbk-L' .
nine
hundred
and
to
n
.
in tlio matter of the estate of Godfrey Beutler,
National bank spent Saturday morn­ engagem ent a t a leading hfgh priced
Present, Emory E, Leiand, Judge of Probate. dc'ccaued.
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:
ing after and your Hens lhust bo fped to procluco the bestj results i>
g counting a box fh lhof-coins whleli- tl)ealr.e;.therii_iii.nn_ <loubt ias _tb the Ho?
_c§iisbL;j)f._Lottlce-:.B; -O n .rcaUing and filing the duly viwdfied.petition
ELVIRA CLSKKT in
A, Beutler, executrix, prayihg-that a^ccr.
were, yesterday found ih_ ~tfie' late sterling-m erit o f the cast and the On reading, and Slink the petition of Win, ofElla
. -Don, t,overlook tho fact th at we are headquartors nf all
tain i>ai)or in writing and now. ort file in- this
elegance o f t he production
. r - Knftppr^ m wUan-of- suirt estate, pi-ayliur ypini.
Wrpertiiig to grth elaat will and testa,Phbne:168^2-Ll--9^1;—
/Tames Otttey’s ohl iron safran d the'
that h i may be licensed to mortgage, certain real ment or Godfrey Beutler bo admitted to probate,
estate described therein,
amount ' reaches " nearly $14,000;”
E G S PRODUCING M A TE R IA LS
that- Ella A, Beutler the, exeoutor named in
T H IR T Y Y E A R S O F S U C C E S S
It is ordered, that the 7th day of Fob.; next, ami
said will, or some- other suitable person (bo ap“ Uncle Jimmy," would never admit
at ten o’clock in the forenoon, at said-probate 4ioJnc<sl
executor lheVESfrahcl That appralsors
Oyster-Shells, Mica Qrit.TQiDund Bone, BeerScrapTBcefTIeal
be appointed forbearing said petitlohT "- '
commissioners be appointed.
!
-tA his.friendsthat-he-w as-possessed L T . Fre e m a n C o , O ffe r a R e m e d y f o r office
And it is further ordered, that a copy .of this ami
Scratch
Feed and Charcoal.
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It
Is-,
ordered,
that
the
let
day
of
February,
order be published three successive weeks prev- next, ulteiio’clook in theforenaon, at said probate
O^Ariy property but it was generally
.C a ta rrh . T h e M edicine Costa N o t h ioue to said time oflicarin^, In T’he Chelsea office
appointed for hearingisaid iietittou.
supposed th a t he' was well off finan­
Ttandard, a newspaper printed and circulating .Andbe
It is further ordered, that ft copy^ofthls
_ JClold .HedaliPlour at 86c per-sackBetweenJacluon, Chelsea, Ann ArborrYpillanti cially. Tt jis said th a t His ^sons were in g i f ifu Fa ila .
In said county o f-W ash ten aw ......— —
'rtr(lcr,1)6
imbllBhed
successive weeks previ­
EMORY E. LEI,ANI), Judge of Probate. ' ous to said time ofthree
and Detroit.
hearing,'
in
The
Chelsea
W
hen
a
medicinb
effects
a-aucc^ss(A trUB.Copy.)
n o t, aware th a t, h e .had any such^
Standard a newspaper printed and circulating
HUMMEL, .BRO TH ERS F EED S T O R F
ful trek tm en t in a very large m ajor - DoftCAB 6 . B qnkoAn ,'Register. ____'___ 28 inoutdcounty-efAVashtenawk—-— -r-r amount
stowed
away
in
the
old
safe.
< UMITBDCAk*. . . '
/
r EMORY E. -LELAND, Judge of fcrobate.
ity
.of
cases,
and
when
we
offer
th
a
t
[A true copy] ■. .
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.
, East bound.7:24airi li24 pm 4:24 pm 7:24 pm Two of his sous_ brought the. box conM o rtg ag e Sale.
&
West bound, 0:45am 2;43 pmSi4S pgf&:4S'anf taihlng the money to the bank in a medicine on our own personal guar­ Default.having been made in the payment of ‘ ^ uroas O. Donkqan, RerleUr. - 25
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antee t h a t ,it *willcoBt the user noth' th ep rin cip al, intoieat, iaxes, and influrimce duo
M o r t gage Sale,
East bound—0:10 am, and every-two-houra_ta hack this morning, tand- it was all ing if it does not-com pletely relieve andpajableuiidcrahetorms-and-condltioiia-ofthey'coifid do to carry it info the
tono pm,' To Ypgilanti only, li:&6 pm. •
a certain mortgage mado and executed by Edwin
WHEREAS,, Janiei B. Pean and Elvira Dean,
vieilC cnic C oiighofYhfetiUy
_tf ofa«7:
t to ttWogi
catarrh,- it is only, reasonable ., th a t Q^ o u Jh* am
Ypsllantl,
SWcatbound^Oi3irahd7T:M,AM,-AD!
mUdlng.wrimes-News, —
.
____ __________
ich^nl^nado
amfExecuted
Mlqhixan, of th e first p a rjtto lfa u fe M. Bomitcel tennw and stato o f ______
hour* to11:S) pm..
people should, believe us, or a t; least
lea
Tf
vai t! wl,]ul? «fttfi mort*ugo is dated a certainm ortgage, to Emery D. Ohipman, of the
- Car* connect at Ypsllantl for Baline and at SALINE—R obert' Lindetnann, 21. put our claim to a practical te st; when
wrii
#.1907, and ,wi,m rtVly
in the office tow nship of .Lima, county and state aforesaid*
Whine for Plymouthand NorthvUle.
beuring d ate th e 2Ctlr day , of August,
was instantly killed by accidentally we take.all the.risk. T h ese_________
A. D. 1607, w hich was recorded in tli
are facts
office of th e register-of-deeds-oL tbe con
■WnahteimwrSh"llio
iknh or August, A. D. 1007,
nl<lrisage wasauiy asslgmxl by
in
In thp.honda
the handB ,nf
iof his hrnther.
brother, Adolph,
Adninh, staiitiate. W e want them to try the said Hattie M. Honstcel to James
’•
••
F. Clough a t 3:24 o’clock in the afternoon, in liber 106 o
the 10th day of August, i m , the dtol of a». mortgages, on page 607.
23. One of the tines 6 f the fork en­ Rex all Mucu-Tono, a medicine pre- on
xlgnmont thereof having
...................
And w hereas tho am ount Claimed to be due
boon „duly rdcorded In
said mortgage' is the sum of $425.00, and-no
tered the nasal passage with such pared fr<Hn a prescription of a phy
m£? of U’° Rc.?iBt«f Qf Ueeds of said county upon
suit
or proceeding has been instituted a t law to
u,e 2(115
of November
loyo126
in recover
the d eb t now rem aining secured thereby ,
force th a t it was driven into his brain. sfeian With whom c atarrh was < Liber 16of Assignment
of W
Morlguges
at page
said n io ffie It Was ekl or any p a rt thereof.
WesterUnd & Geddas, Props.
The young men were working , near -specialty, and who has a record of That inand by the B
And wiiereas default has been made In the pay
,!VUJ.....
(1 ony default be mado
.
_____ m ent of,the m oney scoured-by-said.. mortgage,
taxes, assessthe barn and Robert was behind his thirty years of enviable success *to his in payment of the said interest,
CHELSEA, - . MICHIGAN.
.m euta^nHUraiicftpiLany-patt-tiieiieof.--fl»r-ftny
Tirother." ' Th'e'.l a tte n v a s handting-tlie record. . .
-darwUcfeuiitliusanu: is niade payable and should
7
1 .the same remain unpaid and In arrears for the • Now, therefore, notice is hereby given th a t, by
fork and had just thrown it up and
We receive more good reports space_of thirty days, then the principal sum virtue of th e power of sale, and I n pursuance
NOTICE.
thereof, and of the. statu te In -such
suflh case mudo
over", his.', shoulder, .w ith o u tb e in g about.Rexall Mucu-Tone than we do named- in the said mortgage with all arrearage of and
provided, the said mortgage will bo fore­
mterest thereon, and ufi taxc^, assessment, and
- Commencing today “tire man­
aware th a t R obert was approachingr of all oilier catarrh remedies sold in insurance unpaid shall at the option of said closed by sole of the mortgaged prerfilics, a t pub-'
& . .
or her a&slgns become und be due and He vendue, to th e highest bidder, a t tho south
agement personally inspects
When Adolph felt the fork strike he our store, and if more people only obligee
payable IniniiKllately tlwreafter notice of which front door of the court house, a t the city of Ann
every film before Showing it in
Arbor, in.said county of W nshtwiowrtJmt being
turned and saw his brother fall dead knew what a thoroughly dependable option was thereby expressly waived. That ccrtatn Installmonls of principal, pay- tho place o f holding th e /d rau ltc o u rt w ithin said
Poorly made clothes always look' chfeap-while those well
their Theatre and any film sub­
a t h is ' feet, Amps Ltndeitiann, the remedy R exail Mucu-Tone is, it woul< pients of interest, Insurance and taxes due and'
i0,1< h e .m h d d f d f Maroh, ’A . D, .1010,
a
t
10
o’clock
In
tho
foremwnH
thedescription
o
f
ject that is not up to the high­
payable
upon
said
mortgage'
debt
and
upon
made hav^anteleganfcatppeanmce.' The clothed we make
father, is a prominent and’ well-to-do be the only catUrrh remedy we would
said prem ses contalne<l ih said mortgam
beomi^dti^
described liavlng which
est standard in refinement as
Is us follows:. All th a t_certain piece or parceloi
.Jiv 1
iiofliiwc-H)
are put together thoroughly. Let' us make . your new
iVv-'-ftiiy uClw3-Ht4-TOr^ '-Tr---r- V~
l1”/
theVitlftgoofOlidBCa, in the
IiiItuTfiftyiftentUu-roof on thodnyjvliereon
well as technically, will be re*
of the villfige, and the family is high­ Rexail Mucu-Tone is quickly ab­ iiiade
th e same. wer« by the terms of said mortgago duo County of W ashtenaw and State of Michigan,
Suit and it will look better a t ihc^end of the
je c te d .: .
foUpws, to -w iti. Lot number
and payable and the same have remained npaid
ly -respected, Adolph is prostrated sorbed and by its therepoutlc effect and
arrear for tJw>
the space of th irty days tthd
and three (3) In block num ber two (2), - according to
In arroar
. season th an do. the ready-made affairs the first time
This we have been unable to
ards: and the assignee of tho said obligee In the r e c o i l , d a t of,Tames M. Oongdon’s Third
over the accident.
tends to disinfect and cleanse the en­ upw
they are put on.
<lo heretofore, on account of
said-mortgage named row and by th e virtue of Addition to th e Village of Chelsea.
MANCHESTER- llarry^
Cush no tir e mucpirn inenibrapcous tract, to th is proceeding elects by the virtue of the said Dated, November 27th, 1909.
receiving so many on the fi:45 p.
option, to have the full am ount of tho said prlnEMERY D. OHiPMAN, Mortgagee,
m. train. This will Insure even_
who resides Houth ol th e village, was destroy!,rand rem ove. the parasites plpalsuin now unpaid with all arrearage of In­ J o p K m .mbaoh
, A ttorney for Mortgagee, - .
-iiiore-fcllncdl programs iu -the
IlusintmaddrcHs,
Cliolsea.-MioH,—
- 59
terest
thereon
iiiu
L
all-taxea
and
In
suroncc
paid
which injure the membraneous tissue upon said mortgaged property to become and be
hiTcstcd
Monday
and
brought
before
, CAXE! AIsFD--EXAMINE OTJR LIN E OF GOODS
future ti\an In the past with no
due and.payable Immediately,
to
soot.he
the
irritation
and
heal
the
Justice
W
atkins,
by
Deputy
Sheriff
exceptions.
■
,
Chariceiy Order.
By reason of which default In tlio paymon l ot
Dietelc, the accMser being .a young soreness, stop, the mucous discharge the am ount duo upon tho said mortgage the HTATK OF MICHIGAN, lit tlio circuit court
power of sale contained therein has iiecomo op- for the county of W ashtenaw--In Chancery,
1
girl from Bridgewater who w;ifi visit- build up strong, healthy .tissue ant trativo,
and no suit or proceeding a t law having
RKMEMBEK,
iustutod to recover tho debt-w cured by the r o t t ,PaK 0' comi>lafnant- vs, Way Pago, doing'fricnds south of town. The case relieve the blodU and system of di boen
saldm ortgage o......
r n im,n
n r —thereof,
"■— and
* ----- Is ■ BuILiiendlng In the circuit court for tho cnimiv
ii,(X)0 feet i f pictures Hatnrday.
there
was adjourned by the 'prosectiling a t­ sensed jhailer. fin infiiien.ee Is to
Music, by Y-oung Men’s Oron. 1 . i »;• -J,chanoery, a t Ami Arbor on the
fill) day of December. A, D. 1909. ,ln this cntiw
torney'until th e .1 17th and the young ward .stbmdnl ing the mneo-eells,.aid olpal
'lieHtra.
and
Interest
tlio
sum
of
ti:om
on file, th a t th o o t
man is out on -ball.' This is the siunb jng digestion ami Improving nutrition 'govon Hundred, One and 8JM00 Dollars (4701,63)
mi: y
*?o t.a ^ I ’ivtit of th is state,
Foartceii1and 70-100 Dollars (414,76) for taxes and
H
S
clffJH
At
T\)lwlo
111
tho 8tut* Of Dhlrt 7»n
fellow th a t w as. arrested
until the whole |s>dy vihratgs wifh to u r and wv-10<i Dollars (44,«n) for Insurance
jiald Jl1'#
unpaid'
J:Wa+o»« ooiiiplalrrant’s solloli'or"
under
tho
provisions
of
tho
said
morlgago'tlioro'
months ago on complaint of a young Jicalthy act ivity.' ip a coiTipara|llvcIy 'or artiKtlio furihi-i- wim’of Twciity^hVo DolVnra IwiIUm i ^ ^ ln*'
defendant, Roy Page'
his appearance to Ik- entered herein, wltidu
girl of this village. No mention was siiort time it: brings afapif a nptfc.e. (426,001 Attorney fees- ps provide?) by law and cause
r
/V
\"
4
8
^
”
6
the
date
of this order, and In
stipulated in said niorlgoge,
made ln‘the Enterprise of th a t case, ilble gain in' weight, strength,'gppt
Now therefore, notice Is hereby gl\-en that by
essr
virtue of the ixiwor of ssle coiitalni'il In tho said
wishing to spare nil parties ihe noto­ color hud feeling of buoyancy.
mortgage and in pursuance (if the slatnte In
We urge yop to ify Rexail Much rnifdi cases nmde and provided, such morUrngo
riety.huh-we feel th a t it is time that
Is- foreclosed by a sale of tbo‘premlsox*de*
■ i s A ' g b p h n o g K A s n .y s h t t i . r d
•
A
d s I !
men
having
wives,
daughters
of
'I’oiie,
beginning a lreatmcnt- tmlay will
wrllied therein at l’libllo Auction to tlFldghcst s a s a W
ot Corn*. Bunion*,
bidder
at
the
.East
front
door
of
the
fjonrt
House
F1»l Foot. Chll ,
- , W H E N y p y I i y Y Y O t'R MIOAT Ol-' US
sisters should see that. Justice is A t any IInii' you are igif satlsfigil at the oily of. Aim Arbor, In said County ol feiulaivt? CtmfmWl ,)y •!»« bon-resldont dS
.
U.lntlnlllt olhrr
-'Ami It Is further ordered, that u-Ubto
Wssldr-rmw
(Hint
being
the
idace
wboro^tbe
slmjdy
come
and
1e|l
us,
and
W
V
w|l
meted
out
to.-aii
offenders
when
Foot Trout 1*4 , (XIR HOOK
! i*’ 1i.v
fud tlio wo,kH'oiinty:of WasVfoiiaw
proven guilty. Detroit is passing' qnh:kly return your money wlth^H” I1k
‘W H ’r t n o s , „„,l tcmlor Ami
held Ion Monday the ?.l«t doy Of February A
'F#tl IRmb H Md TMr KHm Is Cm i'
juicy
m ’,vlfM)k 1,1 t,u *forenooiiof tb a u la y !
through a crime storm liml shockH q u e s l l o p o r q U l M d e . W e h a v e R e x a f ’ bWhich s*1<^.,pren»liK;snro
wMch »ttplftJn« la foil *uth nnawnt. Ill
“■
AH M s sf snusngG,. ,,|so smokpl meats.
described in tlio sab
4dUM4t>«how IftrtlAl rattaf mirbooO/ cr*' ”
least onoo in each week for «i*
the whole state ami
;ir,- M m M'rj ’o iie in tw o siz e s , WJ c e n t s ap# mortgage s» followfli Ail of ot sixteeniifl) In a
IflftlF. TW* FBim 0gar l« made (or 0
W, Itemplll'A addition to (lie t.Hty of VilK lan11’
bttaw aaly, Baalaa* Faa# Coat* lo
afraid tu appear on the -trect-* ahm.- ^ l.o o , U e t u e m i i e r y o u r a n o b t a i n W
p lJ ll STKAM ICHTTI;E K liN D IiU Htil
l LAHT)
ashtenaw-t -oimty,-Michigan. *
l Biuimi,
*9**v«r m t Wawiiha
afn ig h t, We are told that m ann -l K c v .ill ite m e d if - a In C b e l s r a o n ly
*4 ^l^rj-rofilrtent defendant, r,t least twenty davit
l¥ te d , Nov, 22, 1000,
l.IAS
NO
EQ
U
A
P.
T
K
Y
A
PA1I.
i
■>>
A PAH, Oil
(CAN.
la<ly of this village wa* a tt
. IflP B W A R B M 1 D T CO.
,?AMKS F.
... .
ut
store,
Tbr.'
Rexail
store,
L,
T
_wk. Attorney
Assignee
of
said
Mortgago,
. BUFFALO. H Y.
our streets onr night liflt
for Assignee, - J-~
.
‘
______________
'’rm lian Co.
the fellow e sc aped.—|MCflTp'
BaaiDOMaddress, Ann Arbor, Mlobtgan. 94
n i l
&
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l
on
7
G re e n h o rn
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Princess
Theatre
Whether Clothes Fit Well Or Not
We Excel
The tailor.
f\
or Not to-
FREE TO
SUFFERERS
,
/■
Business Addreas, Manchester, Mloh,
.
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