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NEW Advertising i an insurance policy against forgetfulnese. It compels po pla to think of you. Stopping an d to save monoy ia like stopping a olock to aava time. VOL XX CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1910. NO 1C3. T GALUME1 COSTA RIGA IS NOT SATISFIED Congress May Reject Action of Washington Convention on Boundary War OPPOSITION HAS DEVELOPED Agreement by Which Chief Justice of U. S. 8upremo Court Wat to Ar bitrate May ba Renounced by Latin-American Republic. Washington, Juno V. Official re ports have reached the state depart ment from Costa Rica to the effect that strong opposition hus developed In the Costa RIcan congress to e ratification notion of the convention In Washing ton some months ago signed by rep resentatives of that country with Pan it ma representatives by which their boundary dispute was referred to the chief Justice of the United States su preme court as an arbitrator. The. opinion is expressed that the convention may be rejected. CONTRACT IS AWARDED. Panton and White of Dututh Will Re decorate the Calumet Theater. At n special meeting of the Red Jacket village council last evening for the purpose of uwardlng the contract for the redecorating of the Interior of the Calumet theater, the work was awarded to Panton and White, of Du luth, the contract price being $1,290. The firm will begin work on June 24, and will complete it in three weeks from that time. The other bidders were Glmbel Bros, of Milwaukee, the William Eckart company of Chicago, Buudlne and Batoskl of Ilubbell and Frank Pentzfold of the Chicago deco rating firm, of Laurium. The council also approved the bond of John Harrington, who will have charge of the Arlington buffet. NEW SINGER AT GRAND 'Manager D.v E. IUce of the Grand theater haa secured the services of Ruth E. Blgelow, one of Chicago's most renowned vocalists for a four week. engagement commencelng June 13. '.Miss nigolow has previously been engaged by Sousa's band and has also miiir with Creator's -band. The work of Joseph Miller the new ringer at the rand, is much antedat ed 'by local patrons. CHICAGO BANKS MERGE. Chicago, June 11. A merger of the Continental and' the Commercial na tional banks was accomplished today by n vote of the directors of both banks. The consolidation will be ef fective August 1. The capital of the merged institution will be $20,000,000. with deposits of $194,438,935; surplus and profits of $8,969,993. George M. Reynolds, president of the Continental bank, will bo president of the new bank. FIVE HUNDRED HOMELESS. Seattle, Wash., June 11. The fire that broke out on the north n water front during the hurricane 1 t night, was carried by the wind to a district thickly, populated and covered by wooden buildings and In a short time twenty acres were ablaze causing a loss of. n million dollars and driving five hundred people, homeless, Into the storm. , SOLDIER BOYS ARE HOME. Ran Francisco. June 11. The army transport Sherman from Manila with the 4th infantry on board, arrived to day. The regiment, which had been on the Islands two years, will be sent to posts In Arkansel and Nebraska. CONFIRM DEATH SENTENCE. London. June 11. Official advices from Cairo, Egypt, state that the court of cassation at Theo, today confirmed the sentence of death Imposed upon Student Wnrdanl. who shot and killed Boutros Peacha Glial!, Egyptian prem ier and minister of foreign affairs. DEATH OF WM. GROSSE, SR. Tho death occurred early this morn Ing. of William Grosse. Sr., of Allouex. Ho was aged 61. The decedent had been In fallln health for ft long time. Ho Is survived by a wife and several grown-up children, among whom is William Crosse, Jr.. of Renova. The funeral will prabably foe held next Tuesday afternoon. ELKS FLAG DA Y PROGRAM A 1are attendance of Hancock and Calumet Elks will attend the Elks flag dav aorvtcpfl in he held In the local Elks' temple next Tuesday afternoon, eommetvelnw nt x o'clock. Attorney W. R. Oates will deliver the tribute to th fiag, and Attorney John IX Kerr will render thn nna'm history. There will "be miuslt by the Elk's quartette and other features will mark the cx prclses. PAT KELIETC FORCES ARE . DISAPPOINTS BY GRANGE Failure to Get the 0. K. of Farm ers Organization is a Bit ter Pill AMOS ALSO ON FIRING LINE Lansing, Mich.'," June 11. The state ment mado by N. P. Hull, master of the State Grange, at Orand Rapids recently, that the only satisfactory an swer from the three republican can didates for governor was the reply made by Chase S. Osbom, is a bitter disappolnement to the Kelley forces here. They bad confidently hoped that their candidate Would bo the choice of the Grange. While the Grange does not officially endorse any candidate at present, wait ing a reply from the Democratic can didate, the members of the executive committee expressed themselves pleas ed with the reply of Chase S. Osbom. Master Hull believes, however, that a tonnage tax should Include all min erals mined In the state. He Includes the salt and coal mines of the lower peninsula as well as the iron and cop per mines in the northern section of the state. Other Sorrows for Kelley Men. Kelley's friends had hoped that the appointment of Master Hull aa deputy dairy and food commissioner would have some effect on the executive com mlttee and through it swing the Grange In line. This Is the second ' disappointment that came from appointments by the governor to fill vacancies In state of fices. When John Bird was appointed to the supreme bench, it was predict ed by the Kelley forces that Lenawee and Hillsdale counties would swing In. to line for Kelley. This event has not yet happened and judging from Indica tions, never will. :When Colon C. Lll lie and N. P. Hull were appointed to their respective offices. It was confi dently whispered by the Kelley forces that that would swing the farmers. Both these gentlemen are agricultur ists and have a large circle of friends all ever the state, but they don't seem to respond to the call. Amos After Pat Too. And this Is not enough.' Now eomes Amos Musselman and claims that Kel ley has stolen his campaign thunder that Kelley'a reply to the grange Is Identical with the platform Issued in March by the Grand Rapids grocer. Musselman actually charges the lieu tenant governor with pilfering. claim-. Ing that he used business brevity when he formulated hla platform, but that Kelley Inflated the Ideas of the Grand Rapids candidate and made a two col umn reply out of a short paragraph. Chase Osbom, however, at the Green ville banquet early last October, came out for equal taxation of all properties, no matter where located, and as this seems to be the thought which Kelley claims as his own, it seems as if both Musselman and Kelley have adopted Osborn's platform. In part at least. As Kelley Is supposed to have sev eral more surprises in store, the grange fiasco will not discourage him and his managers, but the pill is bitter, just the same, as it was handed to him from a quarter from where It was least expected. STATE RECEIVES $125,000. Litigation With the Michigan Central Road is Settled Out of Court. Mason. Mich., June 11. The suit of the Michigan Central against the state of Michigan for $6,000,000 damages on account of the abrogation of the rail road's special charter and the suit of the state against the Michigan Central for $4,200,000 back taxes were settled here today. The railroad paid the state $12.r.000. RECTOR IS ACQUITTED. Chicago. June 11. Rev. Robert Mor als Kemp, a former rector of St. Chrys- OBtom 8 KplSCOpai cnuan ui una ij was acquitted of the' charge of im morality by Jury. In Judge Wlndes court here today. Witnesses ror me prosecution included members of the boy choir. . ARCHBISHOPS THREATENED. New Orleans. June 11. A letter threatening Archbishop Blenk with death, on account of the active pari ne Is taking In the work directed against the revival of race track gambling In Louisiana, was received at tne arcn blshop's palace last night. INJUNCTION IS DENIED Chicago. June ll.-The motion of the Pullman company and the Great miiroad for a preliminary In junction to prevent the lowering of sleeping car rates oy w. ommerce-cnmmlsston was denied by Judges Orowcup. linker and .Seaman of the United States Circuit Court hero today. TEACHERS ENJOY OUTINQ About fifty teachers of the Calumet .tw,ni enjoyed an outing to Z - Huron Island today. The party loft Calumet by street car .... """ ton. from where they departed for Huron Island by boat. BELIEVES SON ALSO MURDERED Father of Man Whose Wife Was Foully Slain in Italy Gives This Opinion HER DEATH FROM SUFFOCATION Wounds on Woman's Head Not Suffi cient to Cause Death No Trace of Husband Found Police Have ' Several Clues. Washington, June 11. Paul Charl ton, a law clerk In the bureuu of In sular affairs of the war department, and father-in-law of Mrs. Scott Castle Charlton, whose body was found In a trunk fished out of Lake Como, Italy, believes his son also was murdered. He saya the couple were much devoted to each other, and Intimates possibly one of Mrs. Charlton's former admirers followed them to Italy and Is the in stigator of the tragedy. One Arrest is Made. Como, Italy, June 11. One arrest has been made In the mysterious mur der of Mrs. Charlton, whose body was found yesterday In a trunk taken from Lake Como. The prisoner Is Constantine Ispolat off, a Russian, who had been Been fre quently In the company of the Charl tons. No trace has yet been found of the woman's husband. Another mart, whom the police are anxious to get hold of, they say, fled to Switzerland immediately after the murder, but they give no Intimation as to who he Is. A postmortem- today revealed the woman died from suffocation. It was found there were severe wounds on the head sufficient to render her un conscious, but not regarded of a na ture as to cause death. The victim ex pired some time after the body was placed in the trunk. CONGREGATIONAL CONFERENCE. Trustees Elected for Ensuing Year at Ltidington Meeting, Ludingtou, Mich., June 11. Trustees of the Michigan Congregational con ference, sixty-ninth session, which Is being held here, were elected as fol lows: Revs. H. II. Putnam, Charle voix; Demas Cochlln, Traverse City; William A. Mlnty, Lansing; J. K. Long, Allegan; H. W. Hunt, Romeo; George C. Empson. Gladstone; A. H. Stone man. St. Joseph; I. W. Stuart, Alpena; N. S. Bradley. Saginaw; C. E. Taggart. Litchfield; B. H. Burtt. Luumgion. Profs. Frank H. Foster. Olivet; J. W". Jr.. Ann Arbor, and Mes srs. 8. P. Pool, Mackinac; I P. Haight, Muskegon; Adrian Otte. Grand Rapius; C. C. Vaughan, St. Johns; F. E. Ro nptn.lt! C. B. Stowell, Hudson; John Nichols, Charlotte; L. Z. Caukln, Grand Rapids. Reports from Olivet college containea a statement that the Institution em ploys more college graduates than all other denominational colleges In the state' combined. Benzonla academy was reported free of debt for the first time In its history. WEDDING OF ADELINE GENEE Wonderful Danish Danes' Becomes Bride of London Solicitor London, June 11. K-lety and the stage were both represented In the as semblage which filled St. Margaret' Chapel today at tho wedding of iMIss Adeline Clenee, the wonderful Danish ,iniwpr who recently finished her American tour, and Mr. Frank S. N Isltt, a prominent London solicitor Following the wedding ceremony a re ception was given for the -bridal party and guests at the town house oi me Duke and Duchess of Newcastle, whose Intimate friend and legal advis er iMr. Isltt has been for many years. ' " TWENTY CHINESE KILLED St. Chrysostons, Victoria, B. C. Twenty Chinese otter hunters were slaughtered by brigands near Manshill. Russia on the Chinese frontier on May 19. according to advices received here today. The Chinese had" taken a thousand otter skins when the Brig ands attacked them, killing most of the hunters and making away with the stock of skins. PYTHIAN MEMORIAL DAY Members ef Charity Lodge to Mark Gravee of Dead Brothers .Members of Charity lodge No. 1?L are preparing for the observance of the national memorial day which fa'.li on June 14, flag day. The lodge will meet at the Union building and after a short ritualistic service, will march lo the llocia and Lake View cemeteries where the gTaves of deceased Pythl in? will be decorated. Rev. E. Sedweek, a mem-ber of the Charity lodge will give a short address at the graves, aril the ritualistic memorial service will be curled out. 'Members of the Pythl in Sii'terH will accompany the member of the lodge to the cemetery. It Is likely that the members of the Laurlum ami Charity lodges will it tend divine service Jointly In one of the Calumet churchej next Sunday. SUSPEND HFIKE SFNTFNCE PENDING APPEAL OF CASE Convicted Secretary of "Sugar Trust- Given Until August 30 to Appeal BAIL IS FIXED AT $25,000 CHARLES R. HEIKE New York, June U. Sentence In the cases of Charles R. Heike, secretary of the American Sugar Refining com pany, and Ernest W. Gerbracht.su p erlntendent of the "sugar trusts," Wil liamsburg Refinery, who were convict ed last night In connection with the sugar fraud, was suspended until August1 30, pending an appeal, bail of each was fixed at $25,000 The WILL SAFEGUARD VISITORS. Crooks Will bo Kept Out of Detroit During Convention. Realizing that crooks from nH parts of the country are planning to operate in Detroit during the summer months, wheii tin' Elks' reunion nnd other sum mer conventions are In session. Chief of Detectives McDonnell held a confer ence with Police Justice Stein yester day morning to discuss the problem which the police department of Detroit is facing, says the Detroit Free Tress. Justice Stein promised the captain that he would do" his utmost to rid De troit of unwelcome visitors who at tempt to rob strangers. As soon as Justice Jeffries returns to the city Cap tain McDonnell will also confer with him. Police Commissioner Croul was au thorized by the common council last night to spend J2.000 for the services of special officers from other cities dur ing the Elks' convention. Fifteen of the larger cities propose to send one skilled detective each who can recog nize the crooks from their localities If tho latter attempt to operate In the crowds here. "In the last few weeks ten crooks known throughout the country have been picked up by detectives," said Capt. McDonnell yesterday. "While they are arrested for no particular offense it Is up to us to keep them out of the city. If we show that they are worthless the police Justices can Bend them to Jail or order them out of the city. This is what Justice Stein has promised to do." NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT. The Calumet Woman's club will offer n Colonial vaudeville entertainment in the Calumet theater next Tuesday eve ning, which will be both novel and en tertaining. Old plantation songs. Co lonial and other dances, nnd well drill ed choruses will be features. Beautiful costumes will be worn by some of those taking part, and the entertainment promises to he one of the best ever in troduced locally. Miss Camper of Chi cago, has charge of the choruses and drills. A child harpist of Chicago also will assist In the entertainment. ONLY A MUSCLE BRUISE. Milwaukee. June 11. The Injury to Ad. Wolgast's left arm In last night's contest with Jack Redmond Is dellned today as a "nuisclo bruise" and will not Incapacitate tho fighter longer than two weeks. No bones were brok en. M R Rj0O5IVF.LT A1L OH JUNE 11 FAIR TONIGHT AND WILL VOTM AND SUNDAY. ABIT. TO MftttUA. SPEECH roRAt it AST SCVtrT LIGHT VARIA BLE WINDS. Temperatures: DAY.S. HOW OUIXT 1, Midnight . 45 3 a. m 45 6 a. m 50 9 a. m 64 Noon 66 Higheet yetter day TT7" mm MAY BRING ON CHURCH STRIFE Spanish Premier Issues an Order Against Which Republican Press Rebels . IMPERIAL DECREE IGNORED Religious Societies Unauthorized by Concordat of 1851 Must Immedi ately Seek Authorization Under Pain of Dissolution. Madrlz, June 11. A royal decree Is sued today amends the act authorizing edifices of non-Catholic religious so cieties to display Insignia for public worship and other ceremonies. The republican press demands that all religions be placed on an equal footing and that the state subvention of the Catholic church be withdrawn. Owing to the disposition of unauthor ized religious orders to Ignore the Im perial decree of May 31, which direct ed that such orders not authorized by th rnnrordut f 1851. ensraired in In dustry. to Beek Immediately authorlaa- ; Oon under the law adopted In 1887. Premier Cunalejaa today instructed the provincial government to compel Immediate compliance under pain of dissolution of the societies and closing of their establishments. BURROWS DAUGHTER ILL. Fears Entertained That Daughter of Michigan Senator May Not Recover. Washington, June 11. Senator J. C. Burrows left for New York for the bedside of his daughter. Mrs. George McNalr, who Is lying critically 111 In the metropolis. The senator was in long distance communication with the sick chamber today and decided to leave Washington. If he can be spared he will leave New York In time to fill an engagement at Nashville, Mich., on Monday evening and one at Cassopolls on the following evening, returning to Washington Immediately after attend ing these gatherings..'..-.- - - ' On account of the senator's enforced absence from Washington there was no meeting of the committee on privi leges and elections to consider the charges against Senator Lorlmer of Illinois. A meeting was to have been held on this morning. IS KILLED IN BATTLE Charles E. Rosenthal of Milwaukee Meetn Death in Nicaragua Milwaukee. June 10. Captain Ross, reported killel in a battle In Nicara gua, is believed to have been Louis E. Rosenthal, son of Charles Rosenthal of this city. Young Rosenthal. It Is known, Joined the Nicaraguan Insur gent army. Rosenthal's father has re ceived confirmation of his son's death from the American consul at Blueflelds and has taken the matter up with the state department at Washington. TAFT APPROVES PLAN Washington, June 11. By approving tho latest step In the reclassification of national forests and public lands to day, President Taft Increased tho pub lic demand, .available to homestead entry, to 1, 1R2.S16 acrea and Increased the national forests, 381.094 acres. This reclassification Is the government's hope of stemming the tide of emigra tion from the United States to the Canadian northwest. SUSPEND RATES 10 MONTHS Washington June 11: It under stood the railroad bill as It will come from the conference will fix ten months as the time for the suspension of the alleged unreasonable rates by the Interstate-comnwree-commlssjon. The time Is the ame as contained In the senate bill and Is paid to -be satis factory to the president. FALLS 90 FEET TO DEATH. Cleveland, O.. June 11. riunglng In his automobile through the open draw of the Superior viaduct onto the bank of the Cuyahoga river ninety feet be low, Fred R. Blee. an automobile deal er, was Instantly killed at an early hour this morning. The machine strucTt Johl Wonstow, a watchman, In falling, breaking both his legs. Blee was alone In the automobile when the accident occurred. BAD CRIME UNCOVERED. Chicago, June 11. The bodies of two male Infants apparently twins, five days old, were found concealed In a gunnysack floating on a stagnant ditch on the outskirts of the city today. Death seems to have been due to drowning. SUSPEND RATES TEN MONTHS. Washington, June 11. It is under stood the railroad bill as It will come from the conference, will fix ten months as the time for the sluspenslon of the alleged unreasonable rates by the Interstate commerce commission. The time Is the same as contained In the senate bill and is said to be sat - 72 isfactory to the. president. BRILLIANT ARMY RECORD COMES TO CLOSf TODAY Brig. Gen. William A. Marshall, Chief of Engineers on Re tired List IS SUCCEEDED BY COL. BIXBY Washington, D. C, June 11. 'Brig. Gen. William L Marshall, who has been chief of engineers of the army slncy July, 1908, was placed on the re tired list tolay on account of age. General Murxhall leaves behind him a brilliant record in the service. Born In Kentucky In 1846. he served through the civil war c private and after lite close ot the war attended the West Point academy, graduating: in 1858. After serving a an instrujtor at West Point for two years he hud charge of various explorations and engineering projects In the far West. On one of these expeditions, in 1&73. he discover ed "uMa-rshaH's rasa" across the Rocky Mountains, and two yeas Inter he ills- covered the gold placers of (Marshal! Butdn, San 'Miguel River, Colorado. In later years General Marshall was in oharge of the construction of levee along the Mississippi and of harbor and liver improvements In various sections of the country. Ifo U also known as the Inventor of movable "". lock gates and valves. General rMarshall Is succeeded In the office of chief of engineers by Colonel William B. Blxljy, the senior colonel of the corps . of engineers, recently stationed at St Louis as president of the Mississippi River Committee. Col onel Blxby comes from 'Massachusetts and was edifcated at the ;Miisachu setts Institute of Technology. From 1873 to 1879 he was a t earner at the military academy at West Point. In 1R79 he was sent to Fthikv, where ne tcok a course of Instruction in the French national school of bridges, highways and river and harbor Im provement work. He has been an offi cer of the army engineering corps for thirty-seven years and hi) eminence as an engineer is recognized throughout the profession. CLASS TO PRESENT PLAY. "The Sweet Girl Graduate" to be Staged by Osceola Graduates. Arrangements nreY'liractloaTly com plete for the presentation next Tues day evening at the Osceola school of the play In three acts, "The Sweet Girl Graduate," by the members of the class that will be graduated from the Osce ola schools this year, assisted by some of the pupils In the other grades. The play deals with the period Just pre ceding commencement week, at one of the eastern colleges. . . The synopsis is as follows: . Act 1 Sitting room of the DeSmythe home Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock "We'll have the prettiest frock If It breaks the I. T. R. R." Act 2 Sitting room of the DeSmythe home Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. "Deep, Deep are the meanings of life." Act 3 Hallway of the DeSmythe home Friday morning at 9 o'clock. "Mr. Dulbus the lilies are lovely." Epilogue Dining room of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hamilton's home, a Friday morning at 9 o'clock. "Therefore. Val eria squints." Th cast of characters. Is as follows: Miss Maude DeSmythe, "Sweet Girl," secretary of class 1902. MIkb E. TiggitL Mr. DeSmythe, her father, who Is threatened with nervous prostration, Miss Alma Malstrom. Mr. DeSmythe, he r father, who Is president of the R. I. P. railroad. Clem ent Veale. Jack Hamilton, her beau, president of the class 1902. Kenneth Nlcholls. Miss Matilda Hoppenhoer, her aunt, who never graduated thank heaven, Lennora Veale. Miss Valeria Reynolds, her dearest friend, Hilda Johnson. Madam Sateene, her dress maker. Miss Ida Luma. Madam Rantum. her elocution teach er (late of the Boston school), Miss Ellen Nelmela. Prof. Grlndem, principal of high school, William Mitchell. Chinese Bulbus, the florist. Roy Jones. Katherlne, the maid, Ozlne Toupln. COMMENCEMENT AT. BROWN One Hundred-FortySecond Clats to Be Graduated From University Providence, R. I., June 11. The one hundred and forty-second annual com mencement " exercises at Brown I'nl verMty will be ushered in tomorrow with tho baccalaureate sermon by President Faunce. Clas da- will be celebrated Monday and the alumni will hold their annual reunions Tuesday. The graduation exercises will take place Wednesday, with Governor Pothier. Count von Berntorf. the German ambassador, and Hon. Robert Cooper Smith of Montreal as the prin cipal speakers. PRETTY CHICAGO WEDDING Chicago. June 11. The marrlag of Miss iMable Madden, daughter of Con gressman and Mrs. M. B. Madden, and Mr. Paul Henderson took place t'n'.a af ternoon nt the summer residence of the bride's parent. "Castle Eden, J noMr Hinsdale. The bride was attend- Cx by 'Mls Llonne Adslt of Albany, N. ! y., nd the best man was Mr. Lionel Gardiner of this city. new mm INTHEII.ll.GiLL Will Provide for Coracissica to Devise Means to Control Eosd Issues TAFT AGAIN CANNES POINT President is Informed at Conference it Will Be Impossible to Pass Bill With Desired Provision This Session. Washington, June 11. Under In struction of Attorney General Wlck- ersham that the new railroad bill should include some pro vision looking to the control of new issues of stocks and bonds by railroad companies, It was decided at a house conference today that a paragraph be added to the bill providing for a com mission to Investigate and report at the next session of- congress the best means of dealing with this situation. The president was told again today that with all democrats but one op posed to giving the Interstate com merce commission supervision of this subject, it was absolutely impossible to get an out and out provision for control of atocks and bonds issue In the bill this session. Rebating en Freight Charges. Washington, June 11. On applica tion of Attorney General Wlckersham, William S. Kenyon. assistant attorney general, is expected to file today in the United States circuit court at Chicago' a bill In equity against certain Chicago stock yards companies for alleged re bating on freight charges. TAMARACK M. E. EXERCISES. Fine Program Prepared for Children's Day Observance, 8unday. Children's day will be appropriately observed at the Tamarack M. E. church Sunday evening. The following excel lent program has been prepared by the children of the Sunday school for this occasion,. . Primary song and march. Recitation, W'elcome, Lawrence Er leckson. Chorus, The Victors Crown, school. Responsive reading, achool. Recitation. The Birth of Children'a Daj', James Buddell. Recitation, His Boundless Love, Dor othy Watters. Girl's chorus, Nature's Happy Song, Recitation, A Happy Secret, three boys. Recitation, What Jesus is to Me, four girls. ; Chorus, Paths of Peace, school. ; Recitation, The Use of Flowers, Mel vln Dick. Recitation. The Forget-Me-Not'a Message, Maud James. Recitation, Friendships, Chris. Hen dra and Alex Rowe. Duet, Flowers of Eden, Will Croth ers and Wesley Wills. Recitation, True Blue, Irving Medlyn. Recitation, Love to Jesus, Ruth Os borne. Chorus, Storm Clouds Have Lifted, school. Recitation, A Roadside Lesson, Ha xen Dick. Recitation, The Little Bird, Kathlene Brooks. Chorus, Earth's Awakening, school. Recitation. Shall We Know Each Other There? Emellne Wills. Recitation, Since God is Over AH. Will Cudlip. Song, Jesus In the Temple, five Dick children. Recitation, May Not We, Irving Han cock. Recitation, A Life Transformed, El sie Reep. Chorus, Joyful In the Service of the King, class of girls. Exercise. Floral Bowers, eight girls. Offering and announcements. Solo, The Song of All Creation, Agnea Birk. Recitation. Gertrude Rupprecht. Recitation, Nazareth, Wallace Brooks Recitation, Tell Me a Story Mother, Gladys Reep. Chorus, Gates of Gladness, achool. Recitation, He Careth for Us, Eddie Pnynter. Recitation, God Loves Me, Violet Nl cholls. Exercise, five girls. Chorus, Our Sun and Shield, school. Benediction. GOVERNOR OFFERS REWARD Des Moines, June 11. Gov. Carroll today offered a reward of 1300 for the aret and conviction of the murderer of Jame Harder, 'and wife and son at Van Clee, Iowa. Sunday night. The surviving son Ray who "was arrested as a suspect has (been released and the officers are without a clue. WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Philadelphia June 11. Tor the third time In the -five years the event has been held.. Miss Fanny C Osgood of the Country Club of Brookllne, Mass., today won the championship tf the Women' Eastern Golf Association. iMIss Osgood made the course in 13 . strokes and her total for the It holes of medal play was 337.