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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1910.
f THE CALUMET NEWS. - 1 . ( I I I VVWWWWWW WV7VAVAAVW TVTEWSfrom HRATRRNAT.I LAURIUM ! 1 fb . r" - - ma r NO RECOGNITION IS PROVIDED FOR KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS CONVEN TION FAILS TO ADOPT COM MON SIGN FOR KNIGHTS AND LADIES. A proposition to adopt a common sign of recognition between Knights of Pylhiuis ami Pythian sl-dei-H was Killed ly the convention f the knights at .Milwaukee when the reconiniienda tkjn of a cont'inltlee wns placed upon the table. A resolution to establish some nielh od by y'hl h knight. and Pythian sis ters would bo able to make themselves known to one another nx such wher ever they may iiiwt, wiw Introduced iby the supreme repn sentatives of Montana. It wan referred to the. com mittee on unwritten work. It was re lated for adopt Ion ty the committee (with a reconmnendatlon that the un written work of both orders bo amend ed in a manner to ocure this sign of recognition. May Issue Book on Pythianism. Tho question of appointing n com ' mission of three whose duty It shall be to inquire and report at the next resslon of the supreme lo.lge whether it Is desirable and practical for the order to ixsue a hand Ibook or manual of Pythianism, will be considered by tho convention before it adjourns. Tho scheme is proposed by the represen tatives from Maryland. Includes DAta on Legend. Suggestion was mm do by the repre sentatives that the book contain all references, whether traditional and historical, to Damon and Pythias to bo found In the classic works, the pub lication of all dramatic productions bused upon the friendship of Damon and lythias, written or translated In to English, tho axige, cs.ruire, nnd knight and their relations to each other as they existed in the days of chivalry, a rihort history of the order. and a brief biography of those ,mem hers of the order who have tewt illus trated In their lives Its most potent tenets. Court North Star Picnic. Arrangomnts have been made for the twentieth nnual picnic of tlie members of .Court North Star, No. 17, Foresters of America, to 'be held at tlie Electric 7 park, Saturday, August 2). A ; band, concert will . be .given .by the C. & H. band In the afternoon, an 1 .sports of all kinds will ibe conducted for the young and old. Dancing will be Indulged In from 7 p. m. until 11:30 p. m. Lunch and refreshments will bo served at thepark. Tho Foresters have excellent reputations as hosts and the outing will undoubtedly be a very suc cessful one. K. C. Children's Picnic. All arrangements have been com pleted for the children's day picnic to bo held at Electric Fark on August 18. by the Joint councils of Hancock nnd Calumet, affiliated with tlie Knights of .Columbus. A baseball B.-ime between the Calumet and Han cock, Councils has been arranged, as well as a tug-of-wnr. There will also he u number of sports for the chil dren, Including races, etc. Extra cars will run during the af ternoon of the picnic, leaving here at 1 P. m., 1:30 p. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. Indications are for a banner attend ance, nnd the picnic should be one of the most enjoyable of the year. Eaglet Temple Project. At the regular meeting of the mem bers of Calumet Aerie, F. O. H, to be held next Monday evning, tho commit ter named pome time ago to wait up on the bu'lnesismen of Calumet and to take stock subscriptions for the proposed Eagles Temple will present its report. The committee has made govd progress among the businessmen nnd It Is expected that the report will ho a favorable one and that further plans may be formulated at the meet ing. The Eagle of Calumet have long Wen anxious to secure a temple of their own and the progress which has 1een made during the last few- weeks lit Ds Just About Time The people of Houghton County took stock of their condition. Wo live In a community whero money Is more plentiful, henco more easy to get, than In almost any other place In the world. Once every jjionlh a million In cash Is circulated among us. Everybody gets eomo of It nnd wo should have plenty of ready money. Instead, nlmoat evoryfbody claims to ibo "hard up." Many of us nre in dobt and some of ua cannot pay. Vfle have beon acting like a bunch of drunken sailors. We have spent our mon ey for things we did not need; we have lost It In tho stock mar ket, nnd wnsted It In all kinds of reckless living. We are Indebt ed to the butcher, the gTocer and the dry-goods merchant. What can we Io? Thero Is a sure remedy for our financial ,111s. SAVE YOUR MONEY. PAY CASH. EXCHANGE YOUR PASS BOOK FOR A BANK BOOK. GET WISE. First National Bank OF CALUMET, "The bank that can help." has given much encouragement to those who have taken the initiative in the matter. " DETAILS OF THE DEATH OF JAS. TREZONA AT EVUETH An Eveleth, Minn., dispatch gives the following details of tho doath of Jame Trezona, formerly of Calumet, who was killed In the Fayal mine this week: James Trezona, aged 43, was In stantly killed yesterday .by being knocked down a 130-foot shaft at the Fayal mine. Trezona, who was a plpeman at tho Fayal, was standing In the doorway of the No. 2 Fayal timber shaft, about 2 p. ni., when a heavy gust of wind swung the door into his face nnd he was knocked back wards Into tho timber shaft, the hole of which Is about five feet square. When found his leg and arm were broken while his head was badly crush ed In. Deputy Coroner Gleason was notified and the body was taken out. Tho timber shaft Is where the tim bers used In the mine nre lowered. The tracks for the hauling of tho timbers run level on the ground Into the shaft and there Is only a few feet from .the d or of the shafthouse to the opening whero the timbers are let down. James Trezona was a nephew to Supt. R. Trezona of the Fayal mlno. Tho Trezona family here Is mourning over the denth of ono of the brothers In Ely recently The deceased was one of the party that went up In a siocial car to attend the funeral. Mr. Trezona leaves one son. 9 years old. Ills wife has been dead for sev eral years. ' SEVERAL KERR MEETINGS. Enthusiastic Rallies are Planned for Remainder of the Week. Angus W. Kerr, candidate for Con gress, left yesterday for Trout Creek. Sidnnw, and other points, where he will hold rallies In the Interests of his candidacy this afternoon und even ing. On Thursday, tMf. Kerr will visit Dollar Fay and Huhihcll, and hold ral lies. Friday evening n monster rally Is to he held in the Laurlum tofwnhall, and it promises to be of the most en thusiastic of the campaign. Hundreds of Mr. Kerr's supjvorters In Calumet plan to attend and iwlll give him a hearty reception. 'Music will be pro vid"d during the evening. Kerr hut tons are now being handed out, and many voters are wearing them. A BOOST IN WAGES. Regarded as Nearly Certain Labor Bureau Will Show It. Although the work throughout the state Is but one-sixth done, from the statistics already gathered by the deputies In the employ of the labor bureau of the state, it appears that tho past year has seen a boost in the wages paid Michigan workmen. Just how large the Increase will be, of whether the facts yet to be gathered will not sustain the record so far es tabllshed. Is a matter of pure con jecture, but It seems certain under the circumstances that the average wage will be higher than it was when the last report of the bureau was Issued Inasmuch as many of the new In dustries that have located within the state In the past pear have been cither automobile concerns or have manufauctured auto parts, the Intro ductlon of skilled labor has been heavy and It is probable that this will have a tendency to raise the general average of wages paid In the state. Tf this Is true It will be noticed more especially in Wayne county than nnywhero else In the state for In that district a large per cent of the new manufacturing concerns have been those organized for the purpose of either making os assembling automo biles or the manufacture of some part or parts. The work in Detroit alone is especially heavy this year nnd the inspectors there have their hands full keeping up In their labors. Muslin underskirt, regular values up to $1.75. August sale price, .,c at The Fashion, 302 Fifth street. PUSHING WORK ON ROAD TO TRAP ROCK RIVER DISTRICT As an Instance of the need of the new road between Luurlum and the Trap Kock river district, which is In tended to connect Lnurlum und that well-known farming country via Torch Ixiku township, Highway Commis sioner Charles i.Mugford has removed the force of men that has been engaged building a new road In the Iike Shore d'qtrlct, to tlie scene of operations in Liul lurn. Torch Lake township is building a load fioin the Trap Hock River valley district, to within one-half mile of the Hinge of Lnurlum, along tlie se t ion line. The pjcstlon of building the re maining half mile of road from the boundary line of Torch Ii.ke town Fhip to Lnurlum, was taken up with the board recently and It was unan imously derided to (build the road. Commissioner 'Mugford slater that Kcvcral hund.ri-d feet of the .proposed road have -already been built, and that work Is to Ik pushed on this rarticular stretch until it lias been opened up to t rattle. Tills will give Laurlum residents a direct road through to Copper City and the Trap RK.-k Rieer valley, and will be ono of the inost convenient in thin section. Following tho completion of thla road, Highway Commissioner Mugford will again take his force of men to the Lake Shore, win-re work will ibe rush ed in opening up the new road from the well known milk shanties to the fishermen'- rhnntlos and camps locat ed directly on the lake shore. Other rend Improvements of a minor nature are contemplated iby the town ship authorities this year, and Calu met will do more road work than haa been undertaken in several years past, asccording to tho present outlook. LAURIUM BREVITIES. Joseph Ilebert has gono to Chicago on a visit. Mls .Mary Kowalskl has returned from Marquette. Mrs. R. D. Jones has returned from visit to Chicago. . Misj Anna O'llrlen of Laurlum. Is visiting in the east. F. E. Delaney of Milwaukee, was a Iiurium business visitor yesterday. M,iw M.ibel Allen is home from De troit, where she has been visiting. A daughter has been born to Mr. nnd Mrs. John Downey of Lnurlum. Ambrose Wilson Js home from De trolt. where he has been spending a lew days. Chrts iSriMde of the State Havings bank In Laurlum. is home from a two weeks' vacation trip. James T. Fisher, cashier of the fUatc living's bank. Lnurlum, has gone to the Soo on a ishort visit Mr. nnd '.Mrs. Charles Hawke and Mr. und Mrs. Fercy Williams have left for Cornwall, Eng., on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge A. Lni.M :it r.ie have gone to the Son. to visit, lief ore returning they -will also visit at Hay City. J. T. Shea and family of Philadel phia, Pa., are spending the wiinmcr with relatives In lnurlum. Mrs. Shea Is a sister of Mrs. iM. T. ORiien. Dr. D. K. MacQueen of Laurlum, 1 expected back the latter part of this week from Canadian points where he has been visiting for niouple of week.. The Mlssen Mattle Wkiroham. Jessie Swlnton, Mildred F.nternan, Marlon Harper, and Mayme Hall have return ed from Ypsilantl, where they have been attending the Normal nchool. Now Fall goods arriving dally at The Fashion, 302 Fifth street. ECONOMY PRICES New Home Grown Potatoes, per Vk. 30 New Home Grown Turnips, per pk 30 New Home Grown Beets, ier pk 30 New Home Grown Carrots, per pk 30 New Applet for Cooking, per pk 60 SMOKED MEATS. Rest Smoked Ham. per pound 20 Pest Shoulder Ham, per pound 15 Nice Rncon by the pound .24 Pickled Ham, per ipound 19 CEREALS. Quaker, Mothers, or National Oats large pkg 20 The same In small package .10 Quakers or '.Mother Corn Flakes, per pkg S 09 Quakers or Mothers Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs .23 Good Whole Rice, per pound JOS Oood Whole nice, 22 II fl.00 Rychman Store Co. PHONE 565 Mohawk AND FIFTY THREE CO TO SEE TOURNEY LARGE NUMBER MOHAWK FIRE MEN AND , OTHER MOHAWK RESIDENTS LEAVE FOR BIG TOURNAMENT. Fifty-thtee Mol.v.v.me left last night on a i--jie lal car io tho iSo'o for the tournament of the Upper peninsu la lirenun. The car left over the Min eral Uiuige railroad to meet tho spe cial train which left Calumet at 0:20. The Mohawk ijH-oplo will uso the car during their stay in the Lo k City. The Mohawk baud of sixteen piece. will march at tho head of the copper country departments In ' tlr first division of the parade. It is ex pected the .band will make a big hit at the tournament. 'J5ie meniJK-r. of the band who will accompany the de m tiiK -lit are as follows: Thomas Hosklng, . W(llia.m Humph rey. Tony Francisco, F.rncist Pumhallu ilck, Joseph Udell, Albert Klngstrom, Richard Osborne, Wilbur Rainier, John Fusero, Robert llennetts, Vic Nord- sn.m. Jacob Honking. Dununlck Pellt- te, -'red Nordntrom, Joseph l'hhiotllno nnd Arthur Nordstrom. The numbers of the running team are as follows:- dipt. Joe Ziehr; Ar thur King, Joneph and Richard Wjll lama, Charles Josoph on, Henry Saam, Jr., Thomas Dolan. John Collins, John Reilly, Woi Selghniari, Willi lain Jack son, Joseph llrlson, Martin Day, Chas UkslU and Paul Hogan. Tlie running team has practiced long and faithfully under the management of Trainer Joe Zlelir and expect to land a few of the trophies at the tourna ment. . -The suits, which recently arrived, will give tho iMohawk department a better appearance in the parade than In former years. They are the regula tion firemen's style with silver trim mings Instead of the usual brn.ss but tons. The hats are trimmed with a double cord, and hnve the letters, M. F. D. in silver-plated letters. A considerable number accompan ied the department. Among these the following names are report ed: Wlllird J. Smith. Rerun rd Day, Oeorge LaT'olnt. Fmil KelMrom, John Rennet t , Will Rattler, Albert Wil iams, Tom Parks. Ian Sullivan of Ahnieek and John Wilcox. AN EXCITING RUNAWAY. In running to anwer an accident call at No. C shaft laist Saturday, the ambulance of he Mo'hawk Mining company was badly damaged by the running away of the horses. In the eour?o of tlie runaway the horses ran into Aleck Koulvhien nnd his little son, knocking them over but inflicting no serious injuries. One of the Mo hawk teams responded to the accident call and brought the .m.n Injured at the mine, to tflie hospital. CRICKET HERE NEXT SATURDAY. The Mesnard cricket team crimes to Mohawk next Saturday to play the In cals. The locals expect to run up a big wore ng.ilnt the visitors to help cinch the Trevarrow cup for the high est batting average during the season. The chin already U In possession of one cup for the best hatting average nnd hns held the championship of tho copper country once before. The cup given by Cn.pt. John Trevarrow for the 'winners of the best hat tin; average must be won three year In succes sion to give nny tentn the permanent ownership of it. IN CAMP AT ENTRY. A large party of Mohawk and Calu met -people left this week for a two week camp at the Entry. Anions; the ramipers are the following: William St. Ceorge, Michael Foley and Mrs. L. K. Cnmarls of Mohawk; .Mlohael Smith of Eagle Harbor, nnd Leo .-tehroeder, the Misses Isahello and K. Llndulst and Wallace, .Wtilhur and Fddle Llndqulst of Calumet. Dr. Hen ry Krause and L. F. Cumaris visited the cfimp last Sunday. Ono lot hlack Fatcen petticoats, reg ular 98c values. .August CJean-Up sale, r,9c at The Fashion, 302 Fifth street. Joslah Hebhnrd of the 'Mjohaw k store left last Saturday for Eaglo Harbor to Join a party of his relatives who nre cinmplng at that place. Among the campers nre Miss M. A. and Mrs. E. A. Ferryman of Mohawk. 60 Mile Excursion For 60 Cents An excursion by special street, cars to Lake Linden and pleasure steamer Plow Boy to the Canal will be run on Friday, August 12th. Special cars will leave Red Jack et at 7:45 a. m. connecting with Plow Boy for the Canal at 8:45. Being a Limited Excursion tick ets should be secured at once in order to insure accommodations. Tickets for round trip, including cars and steamen Adults, 6Cct children, 30c, can be had from N. B. VIVIAN U or at 1740 Depot street, near Bap tist church. Happenings D BRIEFS DETAILS OF MOHAWK-WINONA GAME HERE LAST SUNDAY The Mohawk baseball team defeat ed Winona at Mohawk last Sunday In a featureless game in which Mohawk was In no danger of defeat at any time. Tlie excellent pitching of Hogan, the new recruit, probably account for the lack of t-xcltenu" t. He allowed only Jive hits andJiut one of tlune to the outfield. Not a man reached first dur ing the first three Innings, Hogun striking out seven of the first nine men to faee Idni while tlie other two were easily taken care of by the in field. Hogan ami iSulllvnn were the battery for Mohawk and Hoar :md Ni h da for Winona. The more by Innings was a;i tollowa: R. H. R. Mohawk 1 0 0 2 0 1 20 0 C Winona 0 0 00 2 0 00 02 Tlie two siK-cesc-dve defeats of Double II. team f.lve Mohawk a very gixnl chance to w in the pennant. Their next baseball game will ibe with Hancock at l!ho Hancock driving park next Sun day afternoon. Five of the ibaseball players left with the fire department running team last night but will be back next Sunday In time for tho game with Hancock. While at tho fioo this week, Chaput and Mclaughlin will play with the Soo team, Chaput pitching and Melmgh lin at third. Tho 'Soo team plays four games with Rapid River for the cham pionship of the league of that section nnd tlie Soo expects to materially strengthen their line-up by the addi tion of the two IMohawk men. MOHAWK BRIEFS. Emmet Foley of Eagle Harbor was a Mohaiwk visitor yesterday. Mm. John Foley of Eagle Rarlor was a Mohawk visitor yesterday. Fena Wilson of tho iMohawk store is taking her vacation this Meek. Mrs. John Rawden Is reported re covering from her recent (severe ill ness. William Henry Rcnnetts of Laurlum left yesterday for a week's camp at IX',io Harbor. Math Olela has resigned his position nt the Mohawk store and his place has ben filled by Frank Rrcwer. Mr-. James Johrw who has been con fined to her home for tho past six wc.Nks, Is reported Improving. Mrs. C.llls of the Cratlot location left last evening for tho Soo where Hhe will visit friends daring the tournament. Ml-.- Nellie Cook of Mohawk is camping at Eagle Harbor this week, leaving for Eagle Harbor yesterday. The Mohawk M, E. Sunday school enjoyed their annual outing at Cay last Saturday and report a successful trip. Thomas Rerryman, Thomas Parks, Wll!ard J. Smith and th ir wive have returned from a camping trip to Eagle llaibor. The 'Mi-ses i:Ilnnle and Daisy Ryan of Detroit are vlsitimr this week nt the home of their brother. Dr. Ryan of 'Moha w k. Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Tucker returned home yesterday from the. wewt coast where they hnvo been .spending the past five weeks. Mrs. John R. Fnyle and yon, Cordon and Mrs. V. W. Rowe of Illbblng, Minn., returned home today after ; short visit at the homo of Mrs. Rich itrd Williams of .Mohawk. John Robertson of Cay -will he wed ded this evening to M! Ellen Paull of Raymbaultown at the home of the orlde' iwirentfl. Tlie couple will re side at Cay where the groom Is em ployed. PRAISE FOR BARRY. Insurance Men Say He is One of Best Commissioners. insurance Commissioner J. V. Rarry comes In for some pretty wtrong np proval by the . Western Underwriter, 'he leading Insurance publication of this section of the country. In the is uo of August 4, the Underwriter says "President C. T. Deatrlck of the Fire Underwriters' association of the north. west haj been successful In securing Commissioner J. V. Rarry of Michigan to deliver the annual address at the forthcoming meeting In Chicago. Mr. Harry's reputation ns a public speaker ts well recognized by Insurance men He Is not only a prince of entertainers In his addresses but he deaU out wis dom and sanity In generous measure Insurance men regard him as among the very best of the supervising offt rlato of his generation. "The announcement that Mr. Rarry will (be assigned the place of honor Ht the N'orthweurt convention. Is most tdeaslng nnd Is Indicative of the splen did program tho officers have prepar ed. "Mr. Rarry Is to lie one of the riK-nk-rs nt the annual meeting of the Na tional Life Underwriters' n-stinton at Detroit." In nddltion to those two Important rfttdrcist-es, Mr. Rarry hn been asked t Kpenk nt five other national con tentions to be held within the next month. There nre two kinds of unhappy peopl In the world those who nre r.ad because they nre not known, nnd those who are miserable because they t re. 4yV Km CagyniM 1910 AUinlDntor Coha . -1 ib Haaa & -(Ha. CAUUMET A CHAMCE For a Musical Education Fop Five Dollars We are going into the musical "small good" husinesA We are going to put In a complete stock of violins, guitars, mandolins, band instruments, etc., and to do this we must givs up part of our piano display space. At present we are .stocked to the doors with pianos and organs, and to move off some of them quickly, we are offering ex ceptionally low prices and terms on Iboth new and second-hand Instru ments. We are offering now, guaranteed pianos this week for $205 and $233. Second-hand piano. as low as $123.00 and Good Organs at $5,00, $7,50, $9,00, $15.00 and $18,00 (Monthly Payments If You Wish) ' They must go as we must have the room they occupy. These organs would ordinarily ull for $20 to $:,0. You can't afford to ml- this chance. ..." ...... The Cable Piano Co. 1 15 5th St. Phone 420 R. W. Wilson. Mgr. TAMARACK NEWS NOTES. Joseph Rillideau Is visiting w It'll his lareuts at Tamarack. He Is employed aa a brakeuian at Hibhlns. iMinn. 4teve Zeiioskl, James Stevens, and Joseph Julian returned Sunday from a ten days' sight-weeing trip to I-troit and other citlos, Arthur Jones, Wjlliarr Jones. Will iam Prldeaux and Ernest Rohena, all mermbers of t'he Tamarack band, left last -week for I ad City Iakota. Mlns Lillian Holland of Iron Moun tain Is spending her summer vacation with friends at Tamnrack. .Mis Hol land is a student of Albion college. William Rillideau. Sr., has heen con- lined to his home the past week owing to injuries received while at work In the Tamarack blacksmith ttfiop last week. Iavld Roborts, James Cane and Zeph (Jourd left this week for a ten days' vacation. They will visit De troit nnd other lower Mkiiigan cities before returning. VIEWS OF ELKS' PARADE. Pictures Being Shown at Royal The ater Making Big Hit. The program of the Royal thenter of .Sixth wtrcet for yesterday and to day Is making a big hit iwlth the pa trons of that playhouse. The pic tures shown are views taken at the F.Iks grand lodge convention In De troit recently, including parades, drills Ing. The pictures are very clear and ?how distinctly the novel uniform tvorn by the parnders aiul the drillers. n view of the fact thnt every city of any consequence in the country was represented nt th convention and the drill team of the different maneuvers, the pictures are particularly interesting to those wlvo attended the convention "I'd to the Elks of the copper country who were unable to attend. C. & H. CRICKET LINE-UP The following Is the line-up of the C. II. cricket team for the game to be played Saturday afternoon against tfio Ahmeck team on the Ahmeek pitch: T. rolklnghorne. F. Osborne. J. Ivcy, W. T. Martin. P. Hosklng, T. Ellis, E. Elliott. T. Drew, C. Thomas. E. Prisk. nnd F, Tamblyn; reserve, T. Trcgenan., Umpire, Hicks, nnd scor er. Inccnt. Some men pay their bills with resig nation, some others pay them with money, and a great many never pay them at nil. In buying: a suit insist on STYLE, QUALITY and FIT. In our STEIN-BLOCH and SOCIETY BRAND suits you eret all these, with a rep utation of 55 years of know ing how. ' Our Discount Sale Ends AUGUST 31st, and until then you can huy any, suit in our stock at 20 Discount HOUGH TON TORCH LAKE NEWS KILL HEN IN ATHLETIC MEET TOMORROW MORNING Tomorrow morning, the members of the Torch Iake Athletic Association who ure employed at the stamp mills', will hold a track meet. The Hecl.1 stampmlll men twill be pitted against th employe of the rocrushln.g plant and. a good list of sports has been pre pared. The men are enthusiaistl-e over tlie outlook and a good mct Is ex pected. The events which will bo Included on the program are: 220 yard dash. i startling broad Jump. 100 yard d-ah. running broad Jump, running hop step and Jump, polo vault, three landing Jumps, throwing f.C pound shot. 16 pound shot put. running high Jump, tli row ln hammer, discus throw. Jind half mile run. The sports will commence at nino o'clock and w'l bo continued until all events have been concluded. The teams -will line up In the fol lowing manner: Hevla: ChaiU-s McLaughlin. Cap tain; John Pflugl, Will iKeast. Frank Miller. Lloyd McLaughlin and Cliarles Prince. Calumet: Henry Long-pre. Captain; Henry Reaudoln. Thomas Smith; John Poaree, orge Herman and Henry Kammersi-hen. The winners will be ciedjted .with five points, while second place will count for three. The mcmoer of the teams have worked hard and expect to make a good diowing. -J TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. Mrs. August .St. George of Cay Is the guest of Lake Linden friends. The Misso Tlllle Hopf nnd Adello Ames-.e rpent yesterday at L'Arose. Mrs. Zophlr Cendron of Ahmeek ! vIMting at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. Ri ok for a fow Vys. Richard Cuddlhy was called to Point Mills this morning owing to the ier- ious Illness of hta brother. Prof. IX C. Mitchell. Miff and child ren of Flint, are vKltlng at the hon of Mr. 'Mitchell's mother, - AR-h. John Mil lull .f Hubbell. The members of the Young PooploV po lety of St. Cecelia's church or Hub Iwll are planning nn excursion to the W Idle City In the near future. The proceed will ibe used to provide water for .Mount Calvary cemetery. ii , '1 1 V ;f. 1W :i I.