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THE CALUMET NEWP
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1909. j Ilougliton Department SLAUGHTER OF DEER NOT AS I LUKKINEM TO HAVE HEARING MINNESOTA ALUMNI OE THE lltAYi AS IN PAST YEARS IN JUSTICE COURT TOMORROW COLLEGE OF MINES MEETS TELEPHONE SOUTH 199 Last Few Day of Season Will Be MARINETTE EASILY DEFEATS HOTON HIGH SCHOOL TEAM Wisconsin Aggregation Victor in Yes terday's Contest by Score 34 to 0 Houghton's Recent Lack of Practice Plainly Noticeable First Half of Contest Ended 12 to 0. ' The Marinette high school football team, holders of the AYisconsin ttuui-!- plonship. Saturday defeated the V Houghton, aggregation in the jime ' )luyed at Marinette by tlu score of 34 to 0. There was h record attend q mice at the mutch. Houghton's recent ' suspension of practice wiih plainly a i telling f.utor, though Marinette had the heavier and faster team. Tho game was speedy und dean mid a far letter exhibition than the score would Indi cate. Marin tto used the new style football more than the old pi um;e play. . The score ut the conclusion of the llrst half vn 12 to 0. The game was free from serious accidents. Marinette held the Houghton team lightly, Judging from the following in the Marinette department of the Mt nomiiiee Herald -Lender: "The Houghton high school team will mevt the 'Marinette eleven Thanksgiving i.ttcrnoon at Riverside In a battle for the championship of northern Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan. The Houghton . teum, after a vigorous correspondence with Menominee, refused to play the disputed game over again by which they gained the t hampionship. Mari nette has. therefore, challenged them for the turkey day game, which will relieve them of their title as effectually as Menominee could have done It. "The Marinette boys endeavored first to Ket a game with one of the contest ant Tor the state title, but they all allied off for some reason or other, and In spite of the royal entertainment which Marinette has been showing them, none seem to want their meat. 'The contest between the two schools will attract a great deal of lo cal Interest owing to the high feeling which has been running over the out come of the game with the copper country boys." The third annual banquet by th BRANSFORD RELEASED FROM THE ROCKS AT ISLE ROYALE Taken Advantage of by Many Hunt- Range Farmer Accused cf Shooting at I Minnesota Alumni association of the ers Nimrods More Careful at What They Shoot at This Year and in Consequence Accidents Have Been Few. After Removing 2,500 Tons of Or From the Boat it is Gotten Into Deeo The spoil of th hunter must com School Teacher Will Have Examine-1 Michigan College of Mines, was held tion in South Range Court Tomorrow I at the Commercial club Wednesday MorningObjects to People Driving night. says the Duluth .News-Tribune Through Farm. The membership in Duluth und on thf range was well represented John Lukkinen will be given a hear- pr. (jeorge A. Koenlg. professor of in rapidly from now until the end t fling tomorrow morning In Justice Jar- I chemistry, and James 'Usher, Jr., pro- Water and i Now on th Way Down the 8'H,on' Including th throe days vis court at South Hang. Lukkinen r4.Bsor of mathematics, of the college the Lakea Steamer Hoyt is Still Aground. LOCAL MARINE MATTERS. The last of the Anchor liners will probably be In port west bound next Monday to arrive ia uiso expelled today bound west The Cod .rus will arrive Monday and the Wissabickon also will be one of the last Anchor Line boats for the season. The Western Transit line has call-d off its boats for the season so the number of vessels to conn; lure now is limited. The season Is far enough' advanced that own. rs do not care to take the risk of sending their carriers out, beiug content with the receipts of the earlier months. grace, ir me viaugnter H to be any- is a fanner living buck of llultic and u IlouBhton. were lruesta of honor at tnmg near tne- murks of a year ago. he la charged with attempting to kill, the banquet. uuniers are swarming to tne woods in ansa Rogers, u Houghton young: lady, I Tho' largest number present were The steamer Hransfoid of the Haw- various direction, determined to ae- engaged ua teacher at the Heltry school from the ranges. A number of toubts good line, has been released from her ture ,iair U)elr 'cn,,, fhare of deer about three and one-half mile from were responded to by Professors Koe- lf Hit more, 'i ne county clerk s office toum Range, was being driven to nK allj nher and others entrance to Sisklwit bay. Isle Royale. "now a reai number or permits is- bcuooi iwo weens ago Dy caesar i.ucn- Victor Rakowsky acted us toastmus- and has left on her trip down the lake 8UeU tul '''lir' but lne ""'"her of deer essi, a liveryman from South Range, ter, killed is railing far below tne average vvnen Lukkinen is alleged to nuve de-I Those present besides the guests of While the big boat w as removed Pr Pi lous reasons. uiberately llred at the couple. honor, were as follows from the reef late Sunday and her 1 "e copper country nas been tlie in order to go to tlie school by a h. t,. Uartlett, A. S. Renson. M. D departure was niado Monday after- mot'i; for ,'u,,Jr'd,, o hunters this shorter route the liveryman decided to Rotsford D. D. Cuvun M. W. Coleman noon the fact was not known until fa" anJ lt ' ,,,tle wonder that more drive through Lukklneii's farm. Only j Collins, V. XV. Cram, XV. XV. J yesterday, when one of the tugs uecmenis nave not nuppeiied. Ho far n snori distance una been traversed Croze F. A. Glass (I. It. Leavis W. A which had been working on the ly one fatal accident in this coun- when shots were heard. Looking In MeCurdy. D C Peacock W J Perk- wreck returned to Port Arthur. ' ,v ,ia9 bo'n chronicled and when the the direction from which the shots ins, c. K. Qulnn, Victor Itakowsky. I Tlie lightering of the Urunsford was uumocror uuniers in me woous is con- em nuppoaeci io nave ueen nrcd UUK. j. shields. ' J. Snroat II P Stcln- doii by the tug Whalen und a barge I sldercd. It Is nothing short of mlracu- klnen is Bald to have been seen with a dach, J. A. Stewart, P. P. Thomas, J. of the Canadian Tow ing und Wreck- ''us that fatalities nave riot been more rule in ins nand. Complaint was made W. Van Kvera, T. S. Williams, J. H. lug company of port Arthur, after she numerous, ureatcr precaution is be- io Aiarsnui jiusso or outn itango una Hoveland und John Drake. had been abandoned by th crew. The I"1 exercised this year. It Is said, anl a rew hours later the accused was tak K-hip w as in a most precarious con- I this may account for fewer casualties. I en into custody In a saloon In South j SONS OF ST. GEORGE ELECT. d it Ion and would undoubtedly have Many a hunter has missed a chance Kange. 1 roken up had another storm develop- to shoot at a deer, thinking it might Lukkinen is said to have stated that Trimountain Lodge Holds Meeting and ed before she was released. e a tinman Deing. i ne slightest ru.i-joe uui noi want peopie unving tnrougn j . Selectt Officers. U lie big w recking tug Favorite of tie in the woods was a pretext for tak- nis farm, and later reports have It that I At a recent meeting of the DuUe the ureal Lakes Towing and Wrecking wg a snot Dy many a rew years ng.i, " cnuma to nave been Biiooting chick- of Wellington lodiro Sons of St company, w hich arrived at the scene but the experiences of theso same ens. He has been out on bail ever I Oorge of Trimountain officers for of the w reck after the lightering had hunters lias been a lesson to others. amco n? .was nrresteu. the coming term were chosen. The been completed, towed the Hransford Hunters returning from thu woods i e circuit court resumed sessions j sj follows: to uie ssoo, arriving mere yesterday ciaim tnni a great many deer nuve wus oioruing ancr a unort recess. Tne Worthy president Charles II. Rob noon. i ne sieanier was snort or iuei oeen wouiuieu tnis year and no one i o'jnuu jvovkckv vs. jonn ssiein- i (.fts. rendering uie towing mat far neces- got mem.- it was impossible to tracK ouck, u buu io recover uaniages, was Worthy vice president (lorge J 1 sary. r rom mere on sue proceeded a ieer during tne nrst ten days or iuen up. . i ne court win uiso prooaoiy Trethewey. unoer ner ow n steam. The uransiord season, making n impossible to ten up mo ueorgo v.. iiamiuon mat-1 Worthy treasurer William II Rob nii mie iaiiK iuu or water, out one i now lar tne animal would travel De-1 umiiuuii, ucimg on toe e-1 rr(R pump lorwaru is amo to Keep n-r lore dropping, ji may nave gone only iueai ina me court oroer a copy or tne Worthy messenger Albert Nichol i-ii. a OiUari"r or a mue and men dropped, lrDl,,,,""y ' ue niiiiimun in to oe The stea'mer James II. Hoyt is still j or It may have gono several miles, sent to Attorneys Clay andNewhamof aground ut Outer Island. The Held I The snow has helped the hunters and Orand Rapids to assist them in prepar Wrecking company's tug Ottawa. I the amount which fell was not great I Inff an appeal for a new trial w hich is to attempt the release of the enough to prove an obstacle Hoyt, passed the Son last night en So far only one woman in this conn- FORECAST OF MEETING route to the wreck. She will probably hy has the distinction of havlnsr shot These Clothes Look Hew as Long as they Last A suit that will look smart and hold shape until it's worn out is worth 1()Q per cent more than one that looks shabby and out of shape as soon as the newness wears off. Isn't that so ? ' Clothciraft All-Woo! Clothes will wear out in lime. Hut until their last Jay, they will hdd their map and their style. They are si i I fully and honestly made out of nothing hut pure wool cloth. 'Hut's why they last long and look well as long as they last. Dach suit carries a SigrieJ Guaran tee that insures you against disap pointment. ' And they cost no more than common clothes $10 to $25 '', are the ONLY guaranteed Jt wool clothes at these prices i A titer tea. If every man in this town know how good these wonderful il(i!t,s are, we would have to doul.le the size of our store. Ycu can find out how good they are today. ED. HAAS & CO. CALUMET nrrlve there tonight. It may take sonio a deer, Mrs. C. T. Ferris of Houghton South Rang Council Will DiscuM lm- time to release the ship, as she Is killing one nar Huron Hay. The Hu-J portant Matters. in a badly exposed position, especially 1 ron Bay territory Is visited each w.ir The village council of South Range! In case of a heavy northwest wind. BUSINESS IS RESUMED. Yesterday's Holiday Generally Enjoy ed by Residents of Houghton. by copper country hunters, women not W'H discuss two very Important que Infrequently beln members of the tions at its meeting next Thursdiy parties. , 4l evening. The first of these is the ad vlsablllty of engaging a night watch BELLS ON SLEIGHS. an io pairoi ine sireeis from 9 o'clock flcen, in me evening until 6 o'clock the fol rill ComDlvina With Law. r)P u,e uiyinftT of a pliw? In a certain Worthy secretary John T. Miners. W. A. S. Ilenjamln Symons. W. A. M. Sidney Kent. Worthy chaplain XV. Symons. XV. I. S. Irvln Kneebone. XV. O. S Samuel Tubb. worthy past president James II Phillips. Trustee James H. Phillips. William II. Roberts and John Miners, who were both re-elected to office, are entering upon their sixth term. Roth have made efficient of LOCAL REAL ESTATE DEAL. Conditions were normal again today Said That Som0 Loca Tmttr, Are lowing morning. Another Issue w following yesterday's holiday, banks. Not ComDyin With Law be the laying of a pipe In a certrt brokerage offices, schools and busl- . r,.miirUi .,!.. ,hfl ditch which has been used uh a sewer. The Heleware is scheduled n,' places in general resuming their tne ,aw rocarulnf navng bells on Thort' l ome question now whetli re here today. The Mahoning activity after a brief rest. Kveryone h ,,Pllu.,no, utm t,in.r r the village will hire a night watch- ....... i a..... . . i i ... .i ii.. l.iii . I --" ..-v v...r, i km ,n i ainewoiue ami j ..u t ...jy io nouuay. A.any (,,Bervt.d b a ,n th,9 A t t man s n councilman ra , least does ju,)bartl of Houghton bee M,o were unable to get away to bun ,aw dyn 1885 reaJlj: not favor ..the plan. This condition owner8 of a t 11 of deer took advantage of yesterday and any of wmM have the tnarHnn, comft t) work aililUnn driven faster than walk nl noon ,timJ '"'""in till midnight, already owned lots 1 ?. highway or -private A hscriptlon list circulated among , b,1ok, ami has hllut"k In CIRCUIT COURT RESUMES. f'ireuit Court resumed this morning after a holiday yestenbiy. The court is occupied with the suit of Sophia Koskela v. John Steinbaek. The wo man is suing to recover damages caused by a lire. Mr. Steinb.-u-k owns a farm mar Oscar an l a fire started on his property, which spread to hers, doing considerable damage. The court will also take up the Haiui!t..n matter today. left late Wednesday evening for the woods. They returned again last night. The public and parochial schools In Houghton resumed sessions this morning.' This is' quite 'o'utV.f'the or dinary as the Friday following Thanks. giving in the past has always been or cause to bo on any public road used by the public in this state M","ln ss prdo for donations towards or any street of an Incorporated cltv meeting the salary of a night watch .or village therein, any sleigh or cuLter "'n- was freely signed,. or othep vehicle used as a pubstltu'e for either drawn by horses or mule VILL SEEK APPROPRIATION. "I.,- V... 1, .1 I L a holiday. The change grows out of '" " , V" , a ruling by state Superintendent uf W,n )f, B,, lff,,ln wiout having bells WRESTLE AT SOUTH RANGE. Harrington and Grunlond With Good Preliminaries Make Up Card. One t,f the best wrestling cards ever pulled off In Houghton county will be beld tomorrow evening at Smith Range when Tim Harrington of Rntte and I. Oninlond of South Range will wrestle at catch weights. The wrest ling will he mixed styles. Rang., fans lelieve tn.lt two of 1Ilf. falls will he atf h-as-cateh-can, figur ing that the rane man will down his ipponent In his favorite stylo much quicker than I he Otrnish style nrtlt an do the J,,b. The wrestling will be preceded by good preliminaries, among those matched being Karl Len to and V. Wlrtanen. Lei, to Is picked for the winner In this mutch but his opponent. It Is believed, will make him work hard for victory. The contests wlll .be pulled off in the South Range roller rink nnd Captain John Mitchell of Trimountain will referee the Cornish style and Leh to the other style. If this match is a success the wrestling committee will nrrange other good cards for the range towns. i on at least one of the animals so used or without having bells attached to such sleigh, cutter or other vehicle bo drawn In such a manner as to warn foot travelers of Its approach, ho or they shall on conviction thereof be fin ed in the sum not exceeding $2.1 or In default of payment of said fine shall be imprisoned In the county Jail for n period not exceeding ten days in th' Thomas E. Tniehlood, professor of "'screiion or me court t.erore whom ine conviction is nail: I'roviihd tliat the provisions of this n't shall apply to the upper peninsula alone." Public Instruction L. L. Wright. At a recent meeting of school officers In Houghton that gentleman said school boards had no richt to create holidays, and that school work could be sus pended only on days commonly and generally observed as legal holidays. "INGOMAR TONIGHT." oratory at the University of Michi gan, will give a recital at the Kerredge theatre this evening on "Ingomar." The recital consists of dramatic read ings from that play. Professor True blood appears under the auspices of the Star Lyceum course. OSTBY IS FOUND INSANE. GUN CLUB ELECTION. Officers Chosen and Money Appro priated for Trophy. Declared Not Guilty of Father's Mur der Because of Insanity. Duluth. Minn.. Nov. 26. A Jury In district court Wednesday afternoon pronounced RJorn Ostby, the lS-year-old slayer of his father, John (1. Ost- The Houghton nun cluh held its "' nut KU'y (,f murder because of annual meeting this week nt the- Dou- ,ns'inlty. glass House and elected officers for Tnfi iury found that he Is possess d the coming year. In addition to this r a homicidal mania, which means it was decided to appropriate $40 to tnat ho must be confined In a sta'e purchase silver cup which will bo hospital for the criminally Insane un II offered as a trophy for the season. tne urt shall consent to his release. Shoots w ill be held every Sunday ' PJ'n smiled broadly w hen ho w s morning for the next four months. sked how he felt about tho verdict, commencing with December 1, nnd replied, "Oh, I knew I would get continuing to April 1. a minimum of 1 haven't worried about the r-- T.r,0 birds to be shot nt In the trophy ,,,,,t a nil-" contest. The membership of the club The Jury retired to consider the has reached J50 and every one Is en- case Tuesday afternoon nt 4:20. It thiislastlc over the prospects of the reported Its verdict to .Judge W. A. com Ins season. The officers chosen Cant, before whom the netlon was Jnmc'j Crgan of . Ontonagon - has gone to Washington, I). C. to appear beforo the riven and; harbors com iiilttee. with a view to securing an ap proprlatlon of sufficient Rizo to mak-: certain Improvements ln,th ontona gon harbor. At a recent mas meet Ini? In Ontonagon It was de.-lded to :end someone to the capital and Mr d.rgan was selected. He has been In the government service at Ontonagon for a great many years, having chargo of the lighthouse at that place. nhcrtrt roe Th Free If it Fails Your Money Back If You Are Not Satisf Jed With the Medicine We Recommend follow: President John C. Pryor. Vice-president John J. Zealand. Field Captain F. I. Cairns. Secretary-treasurer John M. Viv ian. Fxecutlve Committee Lei eh Swift. John H. Rice and R. M. IMvvards. tried, at 3:10 o'clock yesterday aftei noon. INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, CAS ON STOMACH AND OTHER DISTRESS SIMPLY VANISHES Your Out-cf-Order Stomach Feels Fine Five Minutes After Taking a Little Diapepsin Hundreds of News Read ers ar Needlessly Suffering as Cure is Waiting. livery year regularly more than million stomach sufferers In the Unit ed Slates. England and Canada take Rape's Diapepsin and realize not only Immediate but lasting relief. This harmbss preparation will di gest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach five minutes afterwards. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat lays like a lump of lend In your stomach, or If you have heartburn, that is a sign of Indigestion. t t from your Pharmacist a C0-cent case of Rape's Diapepsin and tuke a BIG GAME ON TONIGHT. Elks and Hibernians of Hancock League Clash in Big Game. Houghton takes nn especial interest in the big Indoor haehnll game to V played in Hancock this evening be tween tho Rlks nnd Hibernians, both leaders In Hancock Fraternal leagu. will meet. Neither one of theso teami has met defeat this season, both hnvo played five games nnd won them all. uo.se just as soon, as you can. There This evening the tennis will play win be no sour risings, no belching of their sixth game of the schedule an.1 undigested food mixed with ncid, no barring a tie, the perfect percentage stomach gas or heartburn, fullness .r must foe broken Into for one of tho heavy feeling In the stomach, Nausea, tennis. Debilitating Headache's, Dizziness or The special interest frof the Housth Intestlnal griping. This will all go, ton side lies in the personnnl of the and besides, there will b, no sour f o id white and purple team, for several left over In tho stomach to poison your members of the Elks' team nre Hough breath with nauseous odors. ton players and the rooters who g I 'ape's Diapepsin is a certain cure from here will be strong supporters for out-of-order stomachs, because it of the "Rest Players On Rirth." At takes hold of your food and digests .'t tentlon is being paid these games by Just the same as if your stomach Houghton people this winter and the wasn't there. attendance has been noilcenbly In- Rdief in five minutes from all atom crensed by the number from this sldi neh misery s waiting for you at any of the lake. drug store. Theso large 60-cent cases contain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure almost any case of Dyspepsia, Indiges tion or any other stomach disorder. Miss Dusenberry has resigned as mlllkjier at I. Miller's store and return, ed yesterday to her home In lower Michigan ; ....L.UI We are r.o positive that onr remedy will permanently relieve constipation, i. matter how chronic It may be, that we offer to furnish the medicine at our expense should It fail to produce s.lt i.-l' ictory results. It Is worse Hum useless to attempt to cure constipation with cathartic drugs. I-axativcs or cathartics do much harm. They cause a reaction, Irritate nnd weaken the bowels and tend to make constipation more chrori lc. Resldcr, their Use becomes a III bit that Is dangrrous. Constipation 1 caused by a weak ness of the nerves and muscles of th large Intestine or descending colon. To expect permanent relier you must therefore tone up nnd strengthen tho.e organs and restore them to healthDr activity. Tho discovery of tho nctlve prin ciple of our remedy Involved the labor or tho world's greatest research chem ists. As an active ngent it possess.' the valuable qualities of the best known Intestinal tonics as well as be ing particularly pleasant and prompt In Its results. We want you to try Rexall Order lies on our recommendation. They nre exceedingly pleasant to take, being en- ten like candy nnd nre Idenl for chil dren, delicate persons and old folks. as well as for the robust. They nt directly on tho nerves and muscles of the bowels. They apparently have a neutral action on other associate or gans or glands. They do not purg. cause excessive looseness nor create any Inconvenience whatever. They mny be taken at any time, day or night. They will positively relieve chronic or habitual constipation, If not of surgical variety nnd the myriads of associate or dependent chronic nll ments, If taken with regularity for a reasonable length of time. They come in two sizes of packages, 12 tablets, 10 cents; 3 tablets, 25 cents. Sold In Oahimet only at our store The Rexall Store. Vastblndcr and Read. A real estate deal was closed Houghton this morning whereby If. S rioodell of Palnesdalo and Dr. I L. amo the the park Houghton. Dr. Huhba 3, and 4 of the fine residence thereon. The rest of the property nd joins. Mr. Ooodcll intends building In the future. The property was sol by V. XV. Nichols. HOTON BREViTIFtf. i union i nangsgiving service was held at 10.30 o'clock yesterday morn lug at the (irace M. K. church. All of the Protestant churches In Houghton and ITincock Joined for the occasion 1 lie sermon was delivered by Rev. Frank P. Knowies, pastor of the Houghton Presbyterian church. A special program of music was offered, and an offering taken up for the poor. Raul nnd Julio Madero, students at the Michigan College of Mines, are visiting In Minneapolis. I lie Houghton High School and Michigan College of Mines basketball teams will play In the college gymna sium this evening. Captain and Mrs. Harry Roberts of Duluth are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Caverlev. Will Curley, president of the stu ueni nouy of tne M. C. M.. went to Negaunee yesterday to snend the dav. The village lost a valuable horse yesterday. The animal was bought two weeks ago nnd cost the village t3-'S. It is the second one to die In mo twin cities recently, the city of Hancock losing one a few days ago. Mrs. Abel Olson went to Marquette yesterday for a short visit. Marriage licenses were Issued this morning to Charles Palsosarll of Kenr rarge and Sophia Wlrraneml of Calu met; and Joseph Goyetto nnd Mary Chart rand of Hancock. Myrtle Vial, the ten-months-old daughter of Joseph Vial, died Thurs day afternoon. Walter S. Pricket t has returned to Sklnaw after a brief visit In the cop per country. A. II. Parsons of Rochester. N. Y is registered at tho. Douglass House Captain fleorgo Hooper of Victori es In Houghton. W. T. McMahon of Detroit Is a guest ai ino uouglass House. Harry Annon of Oreen Rav Is call Ing on, the candy trade in the Conner country, A number of Houghton neonle went io rainesdalo last evening to nttend a party given In the library hnll. One of tho c. II. orchestras furnished music. Dress Reveals Tempcrmeiit .-ill JlS Chicago, 111., Nov. 23. Miss May Morris of Imdon. daughter of Win. Morris, an advocate of dress reform. would not only change the prevailing styles for reasons of comfort and health, but also would have women dress according to their temperament nnd moods. For instance, she wears gowns of sober colors when she Is sad and quite nnd of brilliant red and gold when gay. Miss Morris delivered an Illustrated lecture on "Pageantry and tne Masque" at a reception given by Mrs. James Adams. 220 - Homo avenue, Oak Park, at the Warrington Opera house. After the lecture she expressed her views on dress reform nnd In formally discussed Chicago, whose big buildings, she said, composed tho A Model Feudal Baron -nn interesting South American haracter. typo of a civilisation th..t has largely disappeared, died In Lima, eru- ,aRt Monday In the person of en. Miguel Igleslas. He lived on -in estate of 2.400 square miles, which had been in his family since 1574, or wunin io yeara nf the date of the con quest of Peru by plzarro. There were 20.000 head of cattle on this estate and n population of about 4.000 persons, over whom Igleslns ruled as absolute lord. Ho made and enforced thell laws, provided for their education and moral welfare, and n)ver had a ra belllon. Drunkenness on nny day biit Easter Sunday was punishable by a fine of $5. A wlfe-beater was pun Ished by a $2 line. The fines collected largely supported the schools. It wn the life of the feudal barons of tli- middle ages brought down Into the twentieth century. Oen. Igleslas took a prominent part In the government of the country. particularly at the time of tho war with Chile. He was secretary of the treasury and of war when hostilities egan. He conducted , the defense .if .ilma In so determined a manner as to win high commendation. Aflcr the surrender he- made his escape and Im mediately began efforts to secure peace at any price. It was through him mainly that a treaty finally was onclude! with the victorious Chileans. He was elected provisional president of the country, but his rule wa dis puted by Oen. Andres Cnceres, who headed the party which wished to con tinue the war. A civil conflict be tween Igleslns nnd Cnceres resulted, In which Igleslas was defeat d. He re tired, for a time to Kurope, but later returned to his estate, which he rare ly left thereafter even to nttend the sessions of the congress, of which ha background for tho wonderful electri cal display which makes this t lty the marvel of tho world. "I dress according to my emotions," said Miss Morris. "If I nm sad I do not put on bright colors, those I re serve for my happy days. I have been told that blue is my color, but I 1' not wear it whin In niy gayest inond. Then I want red vivid red and K"l1. I love the light, the beautiful, glaring lights of the Chicago nk'liK" said Miss Morris. -Chicago does nt appeal to mo in the gray daytime, it Is at night when tho city is at it's best, with the wondrous bright limits everywhere shining out against t!i" great buildings which loom up Rray and cold in the gloom." was a member. He was .S" years V.J when he died Rull'aio Kxpress. The Spanish Main, long somnolent, appears to be waking up. TIm-iv wns the usual Kinllo the other day when It was announced that the "navy" of Honduras, consisting of the Kiui boat Tatumhia, had been destroyed. Rut later accounts make the affair gruesome. R appears that the "navy' captured a Rrltish steamer, which was smuggling, and put a prize cn-wr aboard. Thereupon. the smugglers got their captors drunk, threw th' nt overboard and scuttled the gunboat. The tale comes from two survivors. This talo directly follows the report of a Rrltish captain, arriving at Mexican port, that he had been board ed by pirates, whom he repulsed. Rut this story seems to have been discredited. Rut these narratives secin to suggest the propriety of a Failed States real naval vessel off the o;ist of troubled Central America. Wash ington Herald. News Want Ads. bring results. Buy XmasGifts How Make op your mind to be just one who helps along the 'good -work : : : : JUL 11 yoji do it will result in greater comfort shopping comfort to yourself, bet ter service to yourself and others; choice of nice clean merchandise that has not been picked over and a to tal avoidance of what is known as the "Christmas jam." You will also help to an extent Im possible to estimate the thousands of workers in the shops, whose work un der any circumstances is bound to be exacting.