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TOE CALUliifp'ilEY7S. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1903. HANCOCK CITY COUNCIL MAY ASK FOR DEITtR BUILDING INSPECTION Probable that the Matter of Appoint ment of Building Inspector May Be Brought Up at the Next Meeting of the Council and that Law Regarding Inspection May Be More Rigidly En forced. It Is said to be probable that at the nt-xt meeting of the council, to be bold on Monday evening. December 6. the mutter of having better Inspection of new buildings and halls, in conform ity with stale Jaws, may be, consider ed. It la pointed out by a prominent official that liltherlo there Jms been grout luxtty In this respect nnd thut it is time that something Is done. The statutes of the state of Mich igan relating to the government of cities, towns and villages require that no school, hall, church, theatre, or place of public assemblage shall be used until it has been Inspected nnd npproved as to its flro escapes, exit and safeguards by a building com mittee. This committee is to be rppolr.ted by-the mayor and shall con sist of three mechanics, architects or other competent persons, nnd In town ships the supervisors sliall constitute such committee of inspection. Dur ing tho past few years, it Is pointed out, there have been erected In Han cock a number of halls and schools that have never been Inspected or ap proved, but which are used regularly as public meeting places. Should any catastrophe happen in any of these buildings, as a result of faulty con struction, tho blame, it is claimed, would fall upon the city officials who had failed to make a proper inspection as required by law. TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY. At a meeting of the St. Jean Nap tuUo society held Sunday steps were taken to celebrate the twenty-fifth an niversary of the organization of tho fockty. which falls in August next, l.ut which will bo observed on Febru ary T with a banquet, free to all the members of tho society and their families An attendance of about six hundred is expected, nnd the French ladles of St. Joseph's church have con rented to assist In serving tho ban quet. There will be a musical and literary program consisting of speeches by prominent' members' and selections by well known vocalists. Tho gen eral arrangements are In tho hands of C. O. Olivier as chairman and C. E. Rouleau as secretary, while Mrs. Olivier Is in charge of the arrangement of the musical program. Tho cele bration will take place In German! hall. , Owing to the delay In receiving the steel celling for the St. Joseph's church the completion of tho improvements that arc being made to the edifice by Contractor Vcrvllle have been retard ed, but It Is expected the structure will be In readiness for dedication shortly before Christmas. HENDERSON! HEARD FROM AT SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Henderson Heard from. Man Who Disappeared From Hancock Mysteriously Last Month Writes From San Antonio He is Well and Still Traveling Gives. Instruction for Sale of Barber Shop. Jamca Henderson, tho proprietor of tho barber shop In tha Scott Hotel, whose sudden disappearance from Hancock a month or o ago, causeJ much excitement and Interest, has at last been heard from. A. postcard was received yesterday by Mrs. Ilendersin. from her husband, postmarked at San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Henderson stated that lie was only stopping over thee for a short time, and would continue traveling. It being uncertain where he would stop. Another postcard followed shortly after the first and In this Mr. Hen derson gave Instructions for the sale of the barber shop, which he had conducted In the Scott Hotel since the place was built about three years agJ. Since Mr. Henderson went away, Roy Hellj has been managing tho place for Mrs. He nderson, who was in doubt :m to what disposition should be inad,o of It until lier husband had been heard from. Roth missives were very brief, and gave no particulars relative to th. reason for going away. From tho fact that tho cards aro dated at San An tonio, It nppears as though Mr. Hen derson had. gone on down the Missis sippi valley after leaving St. Louis to which plice ho was traced by Under Sheriff Sheridan, and where all trace of him was then lost. The receipt of some definite Infor mation relative to the missing man Is n greit relief to Mrs. Henderson and to the many friends of Mr. Henderson, who had been very anxious about him, nnd were at a loss to account for his disappearance. NEW FRONT INSTALLED. The new front for the Hibernian building at the corner of Montezuma and Quiney streets has arrived and the work of Installing it was started yes terday under the direction of Kneus McCu'uley, who has chargo of tho re modeling of tho building for use by tho Hancock division of the A. O. H. The new front Is of glass and Iron nnd occupies the entire front, which Is wider than formerly, owing to the elimination of tho entrance to tho upstairs portion formerly In the main part of tho building. The en trance to the store on the ground flo r has been widened and moved Into the center of tho new front, ami altogether the change makes a great Improve ment In the attractiveness of the place. XJcBEllJilljn Never Falls to Destore Gray Hair to Its Natural Color and Beauty No matter how long It hai been gray of faded. Stops Its falling- out, and positively removes Dandruff. Kfefufte all substitutes. Is not a dye. ft SOe, bottle, att drvgoltn,er by rnatl. Hnt 2c U,r lre book "Tho Care the Uair." l'bilo Us Spue. Co., Newark, N. J. PAVING WORK FINISHED AND IMPLEMENTS WILL BE STORED W0RK1NGMAN TAKES ISSUE WITH FORMER LOCAL PASTOR Tells Rev. A. R. Johns of Flint, For merly Pastor of Hancock M. E. Church, That "Our Wives Slave WhiU You Sleep" Takes Issue With Pastor on Sunday Theater Closing. "Our wives slave while you sleep," writes a man who signs himself Worklngman" to IU-v. A. It. Johns of the Court street M. E. church. Rev. Johns was formerly pastor of the Han. cock M. E. church and Is well known here. The anonymous letter from the "Worklngman" to Rev. Johns came as a result of the agitation to close the Sunday theaters, which the ministers want brought about Continuing the "Worklngman." says: "I want to ask whv preachers always oppose every movement for the freedom of my class and never aro found on the side which helps us. Why oppose Sunday pleas ure? Sunday is made for man, not man for Sunday. Why don't you start a movement 10 snorten our nours or work? No church concerns Itself with that. We, our wives and daughters, arise before 6 or 6 a. m.: they are made slaves, preparing breakfast when you still sleep. Why don't you say a word In opposition to 10 or 12 hours' work when three or four would do and give us time to Improve our minds? Are you afraid you would offend tho rich who compel us to work too Jong? You mean well, no doubt, but you have to learn much." LIGHT INFANTRY AND THE K. CS WIN LAST EVENING Miss Margaret (VLcary will go to Negaunee to spend the Thanksgiving holiday at her homo there. Miss Helen Theobohl of Grr'ltu11 brothers storo will spend Th"1''" Ing at the homo of her ulster, Mr. Nick Stein In Ilaraga. Charles F. McAskl'l of Indianapolis, secretary of the National Coning Ma chinery comply, is expected to arrive In Haneork today to spend Thanks giving t his home in this city. Bitulithio Construction Company Winds Up Work for the Season To dayFinishing Touches Will Be Put on Next Spring Much Improvement Work Done This Year. Tho Ritullthlc Construction com nanv. which had the contract to lay the pavement on Hancock street, fin ished the laBt Bectlon just east of the railroad crossing today, and are now through their work for the season with tho exception of storing away the ma chinery, carts and implements for the winter. All the apparatus used will be stored here and the boilers, mix ers, sand elevators, etc., will be pack ed Into compact form and boxed up on the car on which they have been operated In tho Mineral Range yards while the work has been In progress. The wagons, concrete mixer, wheel barrows, and bitumen wagons will be stored in one of the old warehouses at tho old smelting works In Ripley. Tho work has been delayed In many ways, resulting In considerable loss to the contractors, in spite of which the work has been done In a most satls- fartorv manner, meeting with the nnnrnvfli of most of the residents of tho street. Next spring the parking strips along side tho curbs will bo sodded and planted with grass seed, and If the work is taken up by all the owners of property on Hancock street, it win result In making that thoroughfare one of the most attractive avenues or boulevards In the copper country and An a nf (ho show places of the city. n-u i a f tho Tiest in thei Mutter. Reynolds. Funkcy. Lanctot ...,..!.. ur, .innn in th rltv rd umpires. Rakken and Rontenbach is an Improvement of a lusting na The soldiers shut out the Foresters ture, the roadway being durol and In tho second game by the score of 11 nent in appearance. to 0. The score oy innings nu u... Thia r,rI.rtiiiv finishes public work marv of the game are as follows: . ,in hta ... .nn operations hav- , R. H i ....,i.,i or the year by 1T t t .........1 5 0 2 2 1 011 12 ,i, nnl,0Mni-a vavlns: tho Job of n o. I .;.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . .ivwl .frt I n (T the I n.. . I Dnrnua an1 Crt?f Tv 1 tl C 111 ne in Front "- iwwi'co, ;r l..iinT wnw. and early In the spring and McGrath: struck out by. Rarnes ... . . nn.l thn tnhl.o. i .o. knM. in hnlla off rushed o completion. J. J. Ryers and Barnes i; off King 1; umpires, Rakken Co. avc laid many tnousanas 01 icm ami Rentenbacn; thnir flt'P.m o ooniraci in The Knights of Columbus defeted tho Eagles In the first of the ,n door games played laAt-Jgh4 ,n er" mania hall, and the Hourton L,6ht Infantry beat the Cath"li. Jdcr of Foresters. The score the Knights Eagles gamo was IP - y Innings as follows: " R. II. K c ......5 1 2 3 0 1 315 12 Eagles' 0 0 3 1 0 0- 4 H Ratto": Maler and Funkcy; Rich ards nd Mutter; struck out by Maler o jv Richards 5; bases on balls off jiaier 0, off Richards 2; two base hits, Kan gas, Helen William" Chorus of bad child n Tommy, the American boy. Art'1"" Chapman; An tonio, the Italia' boy, Dewane Har vey; Alexander tne Russian boy, Will iam Matso" Yang, the Chinese boy, Johr Rentley; Indian boy, ArnolJ Koppelian! Marie, the French girl, L(.hte Carllns; Oretchen, the German K.i, Gladys Hodge; colored girl, El- Isle Schubert. Prof. Collom Is also preparing for tho presentation of the comic oper:i "Patience," by Gilbert and Sullivan, ty pupils of the Hancock public schools, to be given early In the spring. The music for the niece has been sent for and upon Its arrival rehearsals will be commenced. Tho opera will bo pre sented on the same scale as was 'The Pirates of Penance" given last sprln,?, and will be appropriately costume 1 and staged. THANKSGIVING OBSERVANCE GENERAL HERE TOMORROW CARPENTER SEVERELY HURT BY FALL FROM SCAFFOLD tho ftiYUitv of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to cure IwSlffi He rSstol to write to any or all of the jomen correct names and addresses are piven below, and see vtoat iney Fay you are not obliged to tale our word for women who know from irsonal expenenco that Lydia K linknam s Veffetablo uompounu can aim uwa -um , Hancock, so that many residents of tne As a rcsn,t;( last evening's games .t. lj'Lj A.,.'.v.i .fA'n. fol low stand IhrsC thc( ta'm ajtf .i.'.t.A' 3 hill streets are now able to secure Btiadv supply of city water, ah the improvements that nave Hibernians been made have cost a great deal of E,kB money, but a very grauiyuiK nuiu. H Jt ...y u thn fact that of the amount ex- nended a great portion remains right c G p 1 here to be distributed among tho ousi- Eagles o nooa Or-ma nf th rltv in thO WBV Ot nAarVp. .0 trade. The men empioyeu un m various construction Jobs have as far ns possible been recruited from me city and vicinity, nnd Immense sums have been paid out m wages. ioi dim men, such Ret. 1000 1000 , 75tf iOO 250 000 000 Oliver Peltier of Hancock, a carpen ter employed on the construction of buildings at the new powder plant of the Dupont company at Senter, was brought homo yesterday afternoon and taken to St. Joseph's hospital, suffer ing from injuries received from a fall from a scaffold. The accident occurred about noon yesterday. Mr. Peltier was working on a scaffold seventeen feet above ground, when the scaffold broke. He was picked up unconscious and It was found that ho had sustained a gash seven Inches long In his scalp anil a badly Injured hip. He was at tended by Dr. H. T. Abranis. withstanding this It has been cult at times to secure enough although the highest price for work was offered. On Friday evening thcTElks play the TTltiornlnns nna me navai,iins play the Eagles. 7, ' NEVv ENLISTMENTS. A number of new enlistments were rwlved at thn resular weekly drill of the naval reserves Monday even ing. The terms of about twenty-five who Joined when the division was first nt rVTV OT? VCNf QHV lLd!i Vl ibiutivn v I w no jojneu wiicn me uivioiuii " ELKS' BIG SPREAD TONIGHT J?. , manv win ro.eni at. anev are al lowed until January 1 as a furlough before re-enllstlng If they so desire An most of the veterans will take advantage of this. Lieutenant Hecker believes that most rhem win re A l.ikani. Oohen-Mrs. W. T. J)ltii, Bout o. 3. Ark n. Cbetor Mrs. KUa Wood. :onnetleut. WIUlmantio-Mrs. Ktta ix.uotan, Doi 2D9. Oeorgla. Orllln-Mrs. T. A. Crtl.b. Adriun-Lena V. Henry. Route o. 9. Idaho. WoodIJo-Mrs. IUiial JoUnson. Illinois. Mosler-Mrs. Mary Hall, jlerrtn Mrs. Unas. Folkel. liurKm Vlw-Mr. Peter LanRenbahn. 4 Chicago-Mrs. A Weiia Sperling.il 1 joiplon Ht. ChloaKO-Mrs. William Tully, 4C5 R-ln A. CUlcnuo-Mrs. Harriet JaueUki, 3U Lyman tit., (Jcrman. Indiana. South Bend-Mrs. Tied Certla, 10H S. Lafay ette nt. , Wlnchoster-Mrs. May Deal. . ludlauapolls-Mrs. A. P. Andenvoiit 1207 K. 1'ratt Ht. Mndley-Mra. Mny Fry. .A.v Vlneei,nes-Mrs.Hyl.H..reranl.1,8N.10thSt. liidloon-Mm. May Marshall, It. K., No. 44. Vr-Mrs. William oberloh, U. F. 1. No. 1. JiidlanBrll-HeMleV.l,ller,aS.AMlsonbt. Llgonlor-Mrs. Ellsa Wood, B. F. 1. No. 4. Iowa. ,x . Melbourne-Mrs. Clara Watermann,R.FJ).l. " Kansas. , Kinsley-Mrs. Stella Clifford Beaman. Kentucky. Baristown-Mrs. .losei.h Ifslb lmlsvllle-Mrs. Ham. Iee. 30.i3 4th St. Noah -Mrs. Llzsle Holland. Ionllansw Moutegnt-Mrs. U. A. Jjipcronie. Maine. I-ewlston-Mrs. Ttenrr Ul.mfler.M ;0ff)r(l B. Soul h West J I arbor-M rs. Lillian llob blns.Mt. iHMert Light Station. Gardiner-Mrs. S. A. WUUsni, B.F.D.No. 14. RorkrandiMrs. Will Tonnff. fl Columbia Ats. Babattus-Mra. W. W. Mitchell, Boa S. BaUlmre-Mrs.W.H.Ford.l9.TS Lansdowne Bt. Uauipstead-Mra. .los. II. imnay MSHMMM-nnarua. . t i i. u.rL l 1.1 F1ld Rt. WoreasteTiMrs. IkaiyWsCots, 117 Soutligate Ptreet. jincnigao. Paw Paw-Kmma lrsier. j mi mil" ,n r. iamiipo .m, - PcottTllle-Mra. J. O. .Inhnson, It. F. D.No.5. . . . . i . I . . QQ riiurftA ATA. j perron .-ir. J . rnumuin, v .i V, Flushing-Mrs. Hurt Ioyd, R. F. I. No. , lH)troit-Mrs. Frehla lloseiian, K4 Moldrum Mn,a,M)itgMrs.JohnH.Moldan,211jSe!ona MIbhIssIdpL Coffeeville-Mrs. . J. J8- n n i Plattsburg-Mrs. Verna W likes, B. F. . MUsonrl. Clarksdale-MIss Anna Wallace. tronoKo-Mrs. Mae McKnlaht. M 8hamr.ck-J.sle Ham. K V. Dj! S -Broekfleld-Mrs. tiarah -otulgnont, Ml O. MarketSt. N"'";;",.,,..-Cambrldge-Mrs. NeJiie Moslander. Marlton-Mre. 2o?ee JordyRonte B.Boi 40. KMrWm. merVuie, 1U8 W buryh Ar. New York. CoVnwayilvllleMrs. Vllllam Boughton. ewlttTllle-Mrs.A.A.Oiles. Johnctown-Mrs. Homer H. Seaman, los B. Main he. W.T...M Coluinbtis-Mrs. K. 1 ;n, 4 K Len ; Bt. Cincinnati-Mrs.W. K. HoushJ Kartrlew AT. Moaadore-Mrs. Iee Manges, Bos 131. A water Station-Mrs. Mlunto Mnelbaupt. ClevSl-M".. Unto Btelger, B610 Fl . ClnolnnatllMrs. K. IT. M.ddocks.MM GUbeM Ave. Oklahoma. Bartlcsvlllo-Mrs. W(K,.ln Branstetter. Orrsron. Josepb-Mrs. Alice H niTnian. IVnnsvlTanla. PblU - Mrs. Chas. Hoell. S N. Oaroet fit. ! a -Mrs. K.K- Oarrett, V407 N. Unmet Bt. F Ircha nee-Mrs. Idella A. Vnm, Boa 161. Afe. Tennessee. pvkrs-Mlnnle Hall. n v - Cirlstlana-Mrs. Mary Wood. R. T. P. No 8. ITerburg-Mrs. Ln HUllard It. B. No. 1. ' Teaaa. tit. Vermont. n Oranlterllle-Mrs. t hs. Barclay, B. F. D. Vlrajlnla. HsyfleU-Mrs. Maynie Wind to. ' West Virginia. Vlonna-Mrs. Emma Wheaton. Wlarnnaln. Kewa.knm-Mrs.Crl Dahlke. Blllwaukee-Mrs.Einm luse, 833 First Bt t.rrmun. ' The TClks is a sdcc1s of deer, and to eat portions of the'earcasses of other ppeclmens of the aeer ramiiy migiu peem .llke cannibalism. Nevertheless the Hancpck Klks are going to l,nr enllst for another1 (Krce-year term tako of a venison spread In the L.lks Temrle this evening and it looks as though there will bo a big crowd pres ent to partake of the feast and enjoy v, r,,1 thinora In tho WSV Of "lllll B""" - o- - speeches, songs and vaudeville stunts. in rr Ahmma has been secured an BASKETBALL SEASON. Hiah School Teams Begin Practice Soon, Also Indoor Baseball. The Hancock high school athletics In Dr. Aoranis nas uecn evtuuu ... . ., ns a nast master of the art of grace fully presiding over festive gatherings of this nature. Some fine musical tnlent has been secured and It Is . ... . . . .11 n n.l Woln. . .. . i . -a i nraciicinic us u" bur or tne AiasKiin eumpuiiy -going to bo present as guests of the Purpose can be Becured. tor, indoor sports taking the place of football as the center of Interest. The hlh school will have a basketball team and alo an Indoor baseball tenm and arrangements will ' bo mado for hall for the John Krlck eolng xo do prcufiiv m smou i ... . , i .t.. 8 " .w- v-a.o. son has been elected captain of the In Elks alter mo bhow i mo wo- r.mKn h.,l tonleht. A bunch Of IM ooor DBseu.ni ir... .u . . W-...1 nrnml. . I) OI 1110 naSKPVU.tll BlUUU. i Z-i. como down and It looks as though oers oi .n ... c ... . . m.i. i.nni.nn Couthl n and Campbell of last year's .... - ikn o nnnn. I'.r C.BDII rrinri a."i J-euniv.. tne iiks are noicu iur nun t i ... . . "! Coon was recently elected as captain or me luuiunu n-um mi m3 ..i cv. ... mini I. ItlOTI I I AXIOM I SOn Tho annual election of the officers of RIPLEY SCHOOL REHEARSING Miatletoe lodKe. Sons of St. George, ot o.iinrv. will take place on Friday eve ninr noxt and the installation win held on Saturday. Dec. 4. In the Qulncy hall. The Installation will be putmc and tho meeting night will be chantred FOR PLAY OF RED ROBIN Tim ThnnUaplvinor bnliiblv will be gonerully observed In Hancock tomor row by the closing of stores, schools, und offices, arid there will be tho usual holiday hours observed by tho poator- flce and drug stores. The barber shops will be closed all day, as will also the banks, city offices, Justice courts, and most of the stores will closo all or part of the day. The public and parochial schools closed this afternoon with appropriate programs, and the pupils and teachers will not have to report again until Monday morning. The schools at Rip ley, Quincy and l'ewablc will also have a four days' holiday and a number of teachers will leave for their homes In ether towns to spend the vacation. Thn roncreiratlons and pastors of the Haptlst. Methodist and Congrega tional churches will unite with the Houghton churches In a union Thanks giving service at the Grace M. church, and It Is likely that there will be a large attendance from this side of the lake. Kor entertainment tomorrow night there will be the performance of "The Alaskan" at the Kerredgo theater. upper peninsula as one of the finest fire teams in the country. The horso that died, however, was a less valua ble animal. It was one of the team usually driven by Ira Priest, who wus present and helped care for the horso in Its dying moments. Veterinary Sur- ceon Howard of Houghton was called but was unable to do anything to re lieve the animal. It was taken to tho city dump by Teamster Schneider this morning and burled. J. C. McMillan, tho Milwaukee casket man, arrived hero today on a business trip. C. A. Wheeler of Marquette was In Hancock yesterday on business. CITY LOSES A HORSE. Frank, a Black Horse, Dies of Colic Stable Last Evening. The city lost one of its horses last night, the animal being seized with colic and dying at about half past 7 Ylock. Tho horse was known ns Frank and was a tine looking animal, valued at about $J50. A report was circulated that one of tin' famous team of blacks, whose names are John and Jim. had died and considerable sorrow was expressed ns the unimals are great favorites and known throughout the Wi nners of the PIANO CONTEST Florida Hall 3,391,715 Sacred Heart School 3,014,275 Laurium M. E. Church 2,749,270 Total vote cast 9,155,260. Above votes show how our patrons in terested themselves In the contest. In 5 months our customers voted 191, 552.60. We wish to thank each contestant and their many friends for the interest taken. f J. Vivian Jr. & o. Laurium, Michigan . HANCOCK BR&VrriES. The Gate of Temple chapter of tho Royal Arch Masons will elect officers this evening to serve for the coming year. The officers elected Sunday after noon at the meeting of the Finnish Athletic association. Just organized, are: President. William Llisannnttl; secretary, John Koski; and treasurer, N. A. Leampea. J. N Mitchell, chief of the Hancock fire department and president of tho Upper Peninsula Firemen's association yesterday received an invitation to the annual ball of tho Ishpemlng flre department to be given this evening In Iiraastad's hall, Ishpemlng. K. G. Trowbridge, of Sheboygan Falls, Wis.. Is visiting at the home of his son, A. H. Trowbridge, In this city. Two large deer arrived yesterday for Michael J. lirustmukcr, who shot them near Alston. City Treasurer Hendrickson this morning received from county Treas urer I'M gar Rashlelgh a check for $2.- 242. tie amount of the November np- portlonuif nt of primary school fun 1 for tho Hancock city schools. This In at the rate of one dollar per capita, based upon the school census of 190S. Miss Florence Hall will go to Calu met to visit with friends over Thanks giving and will attend the Knglneer ball at the armory this evening. A week end party was given Satur ly evening at Isle Royale by Mrs. John GlanvIHe. There were about twenty persons present, including .1 number fr m Calumet and Lake Lin den. hsH'-i those from Hancock nni HoiU"!-t .ti. Mrs. S Vna Fllcg of Calumet vis ited with friends in Hancock yester day. A. R Thoeney and wife will loav this afternoon for Champion, to, spend Thanksgiving. ' Miss Jennie Anderson leaves this afternoon to spend the Thanksgiving holiday at her home In Marquette. Dr. W. H. Matchette reports , th-i theft of a number of chickens lately from his place on Quincy street. Tho doctor had a flock of thirty-two hens that he was saving for this winter and last week ten of them disappeared The remaining twenty-two are being watched with great (are, as chlckei meat is high this year. ... Th ntudents of the Ripley sc.. i,.i-i rehearsal yesterday atiernoon and tho meeting nignt win db cii"k n f lh , ..Rej for this occasion from the regular u"Vo, for the P Friday evening, to Saturday In order ,!.., f a i:irp attendance of ID UI1WVT .... n,nm.er. A nrogram la being arrnng ,i fnr thn event, and It Is expected Robin." to be given soon unoer in direction of Trof. Lflmont A. Collom. musical Instructor of tho school. Th .iidrarirr romnrlses rour county will be present. A feature o oaa ' hv Dr. ReJ the evening will b the presence or me swry Ihe grand vice President of the order Robin. The cas 1. as folio... in Michigan W.Frank James of: linn- ilea cock.-woo lv member of Mistletoe dren-Em ly -ur. . . . fodge. nK", IMOCll. Santa ClausCatherlne O'Leary. Tlanlst. Audrey Hodge. Another match in the two-man so- Chorus of ta.r.es-,., a rles at the Mitchell alleys, was played Annie F.ilola. Lm ly Johnson. This Handsome Base Burner ELEGANT UNIVERSAL With 16-Inch fire Pot ELEGAHT UNIVERSAL eivan 7!.--w K?'T:r' iiit ' JunKara. Iju.