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rr; MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
Hancock Department
Committee of Arrangements Selected
to Receive Detroit Board of Com
merce and Escort Them
To Park.
A meeting wan hold Saturday after
noon ut the city hall to arrunuc fur the
reception of tho Detroit Iboard of com
merce, whUh twill vIhU lltttu-ock on
Friday. June 9, on tho steamer City of
i'levcluiKl. The steamer Is to arrive ut
Hancock at nine o'clock and the com
inittee and other citizens will assem
ble at the "lose & Hodgson dock to act
iih an escort to tho party of Detrolters
ft '-in the Ijont to the Montezuma park,
where a proKTumi will (j Riven.
The visitors will do nil the enter
taining, having with them two bands, a
the people of the copper country and
era of national repute. They arc- le
;lnnw of ninilvlii'!? the acquaintance of
the people of the copper country and
invitations have been extended to the
residents of Calumet, Iike Linden and
Dollar Hay to unite with those of Han
cock, In enjoying the entertainment to
ie furnished by the Detroltea, Inspect
the million dollar City of Cleveland
au?l meet the members of the party,
numbering u'bout five humlrcl.
Jloiiqhton will have an opportunity to
welcome the Detrolters- later In the
day, the boat remaining In Hancock
until 2 p. m. and then crossing the lake
to Houghton, where- a cotntnltteo of
Houshtonltes will greet them.
May Use the Yantic.
It w.'it proposed nt the meeting in
Hancock Saturday to endeavor to have
the untie proceed down the lake to the
entry, with flags and pennant'i flying
ami the rtvcptlon committees on
"board, to escort the City of Cleveland
to Hancock and this matter Is to De
taken up by Mayor Dodge 'With Cap
tain (loodcll of the Yantic.
Tho arrangements committee and
committee of reception 1 to consist of
the mayor, council, city ofltclals, heads
of various fraternal societies, Presi
dent Xlkander of the Finnish College
ami the following citizens; W,. R.
ThotniMon, John C. Jeffrey, F. M. Pen
niston, Charles Wanra, lien K. Welder,
Richard Harkell, Otto Honcscn. Ed
ward Perso, Charles Toloncn, Paul
Ituppe, Uay Kcrredge, "WMLum Drlttler,
William Reid, George H. Nichols. F. C.
May worm, Phil Levy, A. I Levy, John
Fun key, John Hkok, Charles Lewis,
iM. R. Cortbett, 'Hen Arne, Fred Taylor,
John Keyes, Joseph Sehulte, J. R Mc
. Allister, Dan. Crowley, John Foster, 10.
iM. Lieibllcn, Henry Sakarl, Alphonse
Droit In. I. N. Chellow, J. A. Close, W.
H. Mo-son, John L. Harris. R. P. Dun
Man, A. . Ley. C .A. Wright. Jr., C.
D. Handiette, Dr. J. TC. Scallon, Dr.
W. A. Courtney, C I. Lawton, J(din D.
Cuddlhy, Kdward Slattery, George B.
North and W. P. Senger. ,
Otto IVtrresen and Fred W. Taylor
were named as a special committee to
Fecure badges.
Program'at the Park.
Albert Ley Is to bo grand marshall of
the parade from tho dock to the band
stand In Montezuma park, where an
nddress c.f welcome will be given by
Mayor Dodge and other local speakers
will dcscrlle the attractions and af-
vantngefi of Hancnck and the copper
country, Incidentally calling attention
to the home-coming celrihrntlon to be
held here in July. It Is jrobablc"that
the troop of cavalry organized for the
home-coming will head the procession.
.Speeches will be made nt the park by
officials of the Detroit commerce bu
reau and by the distinguished orator
they are bringing with them, their
ibnnnbj will give a number of selections
nnd their singers will rival the song
i.ii'.ia nf Trtitri:ma rark with the
beauty of their melodies.
The visitors will be given nn oppor
tunlty to visit tho Hancock mine nn
'nsncct the shaft house and surface
workings and will bo taken to some
-point of vantage on the bill from which
n view of tho entire. Tortago Lake pan
ornma may 1e pec-iircd.
Knch of the visitors will lie present-
What the Kidneys Do
Their Uncoasing Work Keeps
Strong and Healthy.
All tho blood in tho body passes
through tho kidneys onco every three
minutes. The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night nnd day. ?icn
healthy, they remove about &00 grains
of imtiuro matter dally, when un
healthy some part of this Impuro mat
te is left In the blood. This brings
on many diseases and symptoms
puln In tho back, headache, nervous
nes-. hot. drv skin, rheumatism, gout
gravel, disorders of the eyesight nnd
hearing, dizziness, Irregular heart, e
billty. drowsiness, dropsy, deposit In
tho urine, etc. Rut If you keep the
filters right you will havo no trouble
with your k'dneys.
James Mcllardy, 304 7th t. Calumet
Mich, snvs: "I know that Doan
Kidney 1111.4 possess great curatlv
powcr. .My back was lame nnd there
was much pain In my kidneys
Khort time after 1 began using Doan'
Kidney Pills, theso difficulties were
corrected and 1 am now enjoying good
For snlo by all dealers. Trice
cents. Foster-'Mllburn Co., Ruffal
New Vorlc, boIo agents for tho United
Remember the name Doan'a and
take no other.
Military Organizations of Portage
Lake Towns to Honor Soldier
Dead Tomorrow Fine Pro
gram for the Day,
The observance of Memorial day by
the military organizations of portage
like began yesterday with the attend
ance ut Memorial services at the
Houghton Presbyterian church by
Stiles Post, (5. A. R., Millar Camp
Spanish War Veterans, Houghton light
Infantry and the Naval Reserves. To
morrow morning the annual exercises
In honor of the dead soldiers of the
civil and Spanish-American wars will
take place, beginning with the decor
ating of tho graves of tho soldiers In
tho several cemeteries by committees
from each organization. In the after
noon the several societies will parade
In Hancock, ending at Montezuma
park, where a program of exercises
will be given, with Graham Pope a9
president of the day. The program
will be as follows:
Invocation Rev. T. J. Atfield.
America Qulncy band.
Address Graham Pope.
Selection Naval Reserve Quartette.
Address S. L. Lawton.
Star Spangled Itnnner Qulncy band.
Itenedictlon Rev. Mandus Itarrett.
Resides the four regular military or
ganizations In line the Home-Comlng
Cavalry will participate and also the
Hibernian Rilles, tho only Independent
uniformed military company In the dis
trict. I '
Most of the stores and the schools
ill be closed and the barber shops of
Hancock and Houghton will close all
day, keeping open until eleven o'clock
this evening.
with one of tho Greater Hancock
oster buttons with a ribbon attached
as a souvenir or the visit to copper
m, the tender of tho buttons being
made by the Greater Hancock club.
Mayor Iodg presided at Saturday's
meeting and Senator W. Frank James
as secretary.
The Mayor's Proclamation.
It was decided to ask merchants nnd
citizens to display flags nnd other dec
orations nnd a request will be made
that the "selling out'.' signs that have
ornamented the fronts of many busl
ness places. In some Instances for
many months, be taken now for the
time being.
IMayor Dodge has Issued the follow
ing proclamation relative to the re
ception of the Detroit party.
W1HFRRAS. the Detroit board of
commerce Has ox-pressed fts tnten
tlon of visiting tho city of Hancock
ind It.i desire to receive ns many of
our citizens ns possible on board Its
palatial steamer the City of Cleveland
at Close & Hodgson's dock at 9 o'clock
m. June 9th, for an Informal reoep
tlon and
'WIHRRKAS. their organization Is a
purely civic one nnd bas no other oh
Ject than the mutual exchange of cour
tesles with ois.
"TIIF.P.FFORF, I, W. 11. Dodge,
mayor of the city of Hancock, do here
by earnestly urge the citizens of our
cltv to meet them on tho arrival of
their steamer at our dock nt 9 o'clock
sharp and would further urge that our
municipal buildings-, business houses
and residences be decorated with flags
to the end that we may show them the
courtesy due their honorable body.
'Given under mv hand nnd t-enl of
he city, this 27th day of May, 1911.
William H. Dodge,
"Ry the mayor,
"Angu W. Macdonald,
"City Clerk."
Large Reservation Made for Engage
ment of Sarah Bernhardt.
The seat sale for the Rernhardt en
gagement on Wednesday evening next
which opened Saturday nt the Ker
redge hardware store, was one of the
heaviest known flnee the theatre op
ned there being a long line In wait
Ing ns early ns 7 o'clock. The sale op
ened at 8 and it was necessary to put
on additional ticket sellers to accnm
modate nil. Purchasers of tickets were
from Palnesdale nnd South Range
points as well ns Hancock nnd Hough
ton nnd the nttendanoe bids fair to
ftPtimirt nnv of the season. Madame
Rernhardt will pass through Hancock
tomorrow at noon on her special train
en route for Calumet, and will proba
bly return to attend the matinee per
formance of the St. Paul orchestra nt
the Kcrredge tomorrow ntiernooTi,
box having been tendered her by Man
nor A. K. Cox. who Is handling the
orchestra engagement.
vhtm mornlmr there was another
steady demand for seats nnd those de
siring reservations should lose no time
In making them. For tho engagement
of Mme. Rernhardt there will be a ten
piece orchestra, and the performance
w ill commence nt 8 o'clock. I ne swum
Shore night train will bo held until
after the close of the performance to
.Mnmmnii.itA those from llaraga
L'Ans Chassell nnd southern points.
U. S. Trying to Pott Business Men on
International neguianons.
The government has Instructed post
h.noters to endeavor to educate busl
ness men concerning the International
..ft-i! mws. Carelessness In corre
spondence Is oH responsible for the
failure of American business men to
Mtiihllsh'iicrninnont nn.I nroniai.ie re
latlons with foreign commercial houses
The sending of letters, samples, cata
logues and pclrcul.irs upon which pont
age has not been fully prepaid may
appear trivial, but the postal depart-
out and the bureau of manufacturer
declare the practice Is annoying and
creates a prejudice against American
dealers that is difficult to remove.
People who would not think of put
ting a 1-cent stamp on a letter mailed
here for St. Paul will post a statnpless
Utter for Argentina or some other
country a few thousand miles distant,
or the letter may not have been weigh
ed and may be deficient in postage.
Fully one-half of the letters received
at Ruenos Ay res American consulate
are short of postage.
The Daily Consular and Trades Re
ports published the prevailing postage
rates as follows:
Articles for or from foreign coun
tries (except Canada, Mexico, Cuba,
and the Republic of lanama) are not
designated "fist-class matter," "sec
ond-class-matter," etc., but are classi
fied as "letters," "post cards," "printed
matter," "commercial papers," and
samples of merchandise." The rates
are as follows:
Letters and sealed matter: f cents
r the first ounce and 3 cents for each
additional ounce or fraction.
Post cards: Single, 2 cents; double,
4 cents.
Comerclal papers: 1 cent for each
ounces or fraction, but no less than
cents on each packet.
I'rinted matter; 1 cent for each two
ounces or fraction.
Samples of merchandise: 1 cent for
each two ounces or fraction, but not
less 2 cents on each packet.
Domestic rates apply to mall matter
for Canada. Canal Zone, Cuba, Guam,
Hawaii, Mexico, Philippines, Porto
Rico, Republic of Panama, Tutulla, and
the United States postal agency nt
Shanghai. The domestic rate for let
ters, but not for other articles, applies
also to Germany, Great Rrltaln, and
Ireland and Newfoundland, letters
for Germany paid nt the "postal Union
rate (5 cents per ounce or fraction
thereof) will be dispatched by the
fastest steamers and forwarded via
reat Rrltaln or France. i
Members of Grand Army Post to Be
Guests at Matinee.
Members of 10. R. Stiles Post, Gratm
Army of the Republican will bo guest j
of honor tomorrow afternoon at the
niatlneo concert 'to be given at tUe
Kerredge theater iby the St. Paul Syni-
diony orchestra under the manage
ment of A. K. Cox of Houghton. Mr.
Cox has sent twenty-four tkkets to
the old soldiers, who have accepted
the courtesy and will be present at the
concert. Tho orchestra will render the
national tune, "America," at the open
ing tf the concert, aind In h inoi of the
t terans and of the day ono of the so-
olsts will sing one of the national
airs. There has been a big advance
seat sale for 'both matinee and even
ing concerts, and the occasion will be
one of the most notable musical events
that hit ever taken -place In tho cop
per country. The evening conceit will
be in a way a sotlal function and
Manager Cox has suggested that even
ing dross bo worn.
Resides the veterans. Manager Cox
will have as guests nt tho matinee,
the children of tho Good Will Farm, to
whom tickets have been sent, nnd the
youngsters will undoulbtouly grcujiy
njoy the unw-uial musical treat u (fold
ed them.
Interesting Social Session and Pro
gram at Kauth Hall Last Evening.
1A pleasant social session nnd enter
tainment program took place last eve
ning at the Kauth hall, following the
business meeting of the St. Rernard's
court, Catholic Order of Foresters,
Orchestral selections wcro given by
the Y. M. C. A. Orchestra, vocal num
bers by Steve Landry and tho Naval
Reserve quartette; dancing specialty
by Frank Neville, comic recitation by
Fldred Wlvell and Joe Funkey, and vlo
tin duet by A. Mayotee, Jr. and Joseph
Tho Elbow-town baseball team de
feated tlie West Hancock nine at the
driving ipark yesterday afternoon toy
tho score of 11 to 5. Tho Ktbowtowns
made nine runs In the second inning,
after whlcb Clark, the pitcher stead
led down nnd only two more runs wore
made by the IOfbovvtown runners dur
ing the remainder of tho match. Clark
Invey and Gouls were tho West Han
e(Kk battery and Peterson, Kennett
and O'Neill for Kibowtown. Next
and the West Hancocks will play here
Sundav the West Houghton Giants
Pastors of the local M. 10. churches
leave today for Iron Mountain to at
tend the annual district convention of
tho Houghton district .tomorrow. 'Most
of those from the copper country are
on the program for papers nnd discus
slons. at which Rev. James Pftscoe
general miperlntendont, will preside,
A iilscnsslon on the history of the
IOnglish bible, In recognition of lb
three hundredth anniversary, will be
on Important and Interesting feature
of t'he convention.
Tho players who participated In the
presentation of "O'Rrlen the Contract
or" here last Fridiy night went to
L'Ane Saturday to produce the drnma
there. The trh was made on the
Ijinctot best, the Matilda A., and the
amateur Thespians reached borne on
tho return trip at nbout S o'clock Sun
day afternoon. They report a very
sueceipsful entertainment. A largo ail
Olence .Apparently very well please!
saw the presentation of the play.
News want ads bring results. J
The Kp worth league of the Hancock
IMcthodist Kplwopal churcii had the
largest attendance yesterday In the
contest which Is In progroM with the
TOuwort'li Ioagucs or Grace M. 10.
church of Houghton. There tvas a to
tal attendance -present at the Hancock
meeting last evening of 410, while
Houghton bud but 211. The contest
closes next Sunday and nn effort is to
be made to get out n record attendance
tho expectation being that there will
be so many present that It will be
necessary to hold the meeting in the
A daughter was born last week to
Mr. and Mrs. Jacoh Sassl of Whit-;
Tho ptenmer Mary McGregor and
barge Walter R. Jones are discharg
ing cargoes at the dock of the Peo
ple's Fuel company.
A son nrrlved Friday last at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Field of
Fast Hancock. Mrs. Field Is a daugh
ter of Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Gartner.
C. T. Hay ward returned Saturday
from a two weeks sojourn at Mud
lavla, Indiana. He stopped over at
Milwaukee for several days on the re
turn Journey.
Tho executive committee of Greater
Hancock club bold a . meeting last
evening at" which Manager J. Frank
Qulnn reiorted relative to his trip
east, and an outline was given of some
of tho attractions that may Ibe secure-J
for the pike ,"plke."
James LaRollo of Laurlum broke a
leg Friday while engaged In erecting
a monument at tho Catholic ceme
tery In Hancock. He was attended by
Dr. Scallon ilid taken to St. Joseph's
hospital, later being removed to his
home nt Laurlum by Contractor Mug
ford In an automobile.
John Rule und brld i returned Satur
day from wedding trip to Hutchin
son, Minneapolis ana other Minnesota
mints. 'Mr. Rule win married two
eeks ngo In Calumet to Miss Pearl
Warner 'of Chnssell, the event coming
1 surprise to the many friends of
Mr. Rule and bride.
Tho steamer Joliot with 3,000 tons of
soft coal Is at the Portage Coal docks
at Ripley and the Warrlner is waiting
to discharge 11 cargo of five thousand
tons of soft coal nt the same docks.
The Verona bns cleared for the Portage
docks with nine thousand tons of hard
Local Veterans to go to Hancock and
Calumet Tomorrow.
Veterans of tho Civil and Spanish-
American wars will gather at the Lake
Linden postolllce nt 9 o'clock tomor
row morning and from there will pro
ceed to the Mount Calvary nnd Maple
Hill cemeteries where the graves of the
ddier dead will bo fittingly doeomt-
.1. There will be no other public ob
servance of the day In the Torch Lake
towns. In the afternoon the local vet
erans will go to jianeocK aim .aiu-
met where they will participate In the
exercises planned for those towns. The
stores nnd business places of the
Torch Lake towns will bo closed for
the entire lay tomorrow.
Six Civil war veterans nnd three
survivors of the Spanish-American war
attended memorial' services at the
Iike Linden Methodist church last
evening, Rev. II. H. Mallinson having
delivered a special memorial day ser-
Tho cxncrietico'of Motherhood Is u
trying- one to most women ami marks
distinct v an cpocii in their lives, inoi
one woman ma nun
dred is prepared or
understands how to
proiterly care lorhcr-
8PII. Ut course near
ly pverv woman now.
ndajs has medical
treatment at the
time of child-birth.
but many arproacn
nn nrtranism unfitted for the trial of
iijhhDJ LOH rilH'MI'llir '4Hi
strength, and when tho strain is over
her system lias received a shock from
which it is hard to recover. Follow-
ing- right upon this comes thei nervous
strain or caring- xor 1110 cniuw
distinct cb.iiicn in tho mother results.
There la nothing; more charnunff man
a happy nnd healthy mother of chil
dren, and indeed child-birth under rleUt
enoiiitinns need no no Hazard 10 neaiui
or beauty. Tho unexplainablei thin? is
that, with ail tno evutenco 01 pnauen u
nerves and broken health reuniting
from an unprepared condition, women
will twsist in iroinir b in v to me vriai.
It isn't as though tho experience
came upon them unawares. They have
amplo timo in which to prepare, but
they, for tho most; part, irusi io iiwm e
and pay tho penalty. , ,
In nianvhomdf-.irr rhlldlcss there
nn imw ebildrcn lM'( HUSO of tllO I SIC"
.hat Lydia F. l'inkham's Vegetable
Compound manes wumuu iioiu'
healthy, and stronff.
Any woman who would lifco
Kpeclal advice, In rcfpinl to till
i ronllnllv invited tc
writo to Mr. Plnkiinmnt M"
Ma. Her letter will bo ucm u
Irict couildcuco.
moil. There was ulso special music by
the choir. Mlas Lillian C. Wright of
Calumet rendered a vocal Solo and a
selection was rendered by a quar
tette consisting of Mra. Archie Gone
leaux, Mrs. Thomas HIM, Misses lsa
bellc Hagcn and Marlon Paine.
Contractor Jacob Miller has com
pleted the work of building 11 rod
sandstone foundation beneath the resi
dence, of Nicholas Klasges, also the
hiylng of a cement floor in the building.
Ho Is making good progress on the
foundation of red sandstone being built
beneath tho residence of John A me "...
Contractor Miller is also making good
progress on the alterations on the Lake
Linden Methodist parsonage arid lie
has commenced work 011 Walter Sut
ton's garage. . 1
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Several Torch Lake people are plan
ning to enjoy the excursions on the
steamer United States to Prt Arthur,
Canada nnd to Marquette on June i
and 10, under the auspices of the Sons
of St. George.
George Valliero of I'iko Linden has
returned from Rockland win-re ho
went to attend the funeral of tho late
Louis Gagnon.
A largo number of Torch Lake peo
ple will go to Calumet tomorrow where
they will attend tho presentation of
Camlllo by Mine. Sarah Rernhardt,
who Is making her farewell visit to
Veterans of the G. A. R. have been
tendered complimentary tickets .to
tho entertainment to be given by the
St. Paul Symphony orchestra at the
Kcrredge theater of Hancock tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harris of Lake
Linden leave tomorrow for London,
IOngland, where they will take part in
tho coronation festivities. I .at or they
will visit at Cornwall and on their re-
turn journey will stop at Montreal, be-I
ing gone about five months In all. I
SAULT STE. MARIE The remains
of Frank Lowe of tho Soo, the unfor
tunate fireman who lost his life when
the tug General was sunk in collision
with the steamer Athabasca last fall,
was found in the river ut Do Tour this
week. The body was positively iden
tified by Diver Samuel Hogarth, an
Intimate friend and companion of
Lowe. The accident In which Lowe
lost his life took place nt 3 o'clock
tho morning of Nov. 30 of last year.
Tho tug General was proceeding down
the river and when making the turn at
th foot -of Lime ldand collided wUhL
theC. 1. R. steamer Athabasca, the tug
being cut nearly In two and sinking
immediately. All of the crew were
thrown Into the water from where all
but three, Iynve. Joseph Royer. second
engineer, and Andrew H.irwood, cook,
were rescued by the steamer's crew.
The body of Royer was the only one
recovered. He had evidently seen the
danger coming and -strapped a cork
lire saver about bis body, which kept
hint afloat. Tho search for the other
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The tory of the capture of Jrnre by the revolutionists, how the federal troops fouslit valiantly for an entirs.
Ulght and a part of the following day to hold tho city, but were finally defeated, hns been fully told in the newUs
rntcne. Above are shown the flrat pictures of the fighting which led up to the fall of the city. Sharpshooters are
seen tiring upou the operators ot the deadly n-achlae guu and also a band of insuirectos la a captured fede.al
r Delegates to Christian En
deavor State Convention will be
taken to points of interest in
the city in Detroit-made automo
biles, and will also be treated to
a boat ride on the Detroit river.
Ono of the attractive features of the
Twenty-second Annual Christian K-i
dcavor convention which will be Hid
in Detroit, Juno 22-uth. li th'J f-cL
that it will be held in the ttntc's me
tropolis -the Convention cl'.y. An
finally thousands of piop'e attend con
1.'utliis in lK.ii(it, not only for ibe
convention's sake, but to see the cliy
with its beautiful environments. Thx-e
who entertain much acqulie In a lar'e
measure the fine art of making their
guests feel at. case. This explains vhy
the City of tho Straits Is a favorite in
this country with visitors.
Entertaining yearly scorcii of con
ventions, with their miiltttudts of del
egates, her welcome is cordial, her 1Y u
pitality gracious nnd her rt sources
for making guests contented i.nd om
fortable bo varied and extensive that
she Is being sought as a place of meet
Ing by an ever-im rasing number o! or
ganizations. Detroit has earned its hi?h reputa
tion as a convention city by the excel
lent care which it has taken of former
conventions, Joth large aVd Btr.all.
bodies was kept up as long as possi
ble, being brought to a close by tho
formation of lee or. tho river, but no
lr;u t, ,,f them could be found. This
spring a reward was ofTVicd for the re
covery of the body of Harwood, which
h d to a further Fcateh being made by
people residing in the vicinity of the
accident. At tho time of the accident
Captain Rycrso was at the whet I, and
after an Investigation made by the
I'nited States steamboat inspectors his
license was taken away from him for
a period of six months. The master
of the Athabasca Vas laid equally to
blame. The wreck of the General was
afterwards located In sixty feet of wa
ter, but no attempt has ever boon made
either to raise her or to recover her
machinery. ',''!:
Chlpley of Chippewa County Sports
men's association states that he ex
pects the third annual meet of the Up
per l'eiiinsuia tM'orisinen h
M(llll at u. j(h jiy
17-19 inclu
sive will break ail 'records in point ot
attendance and events.
Announcements nnd invitations have
been sent to all the leading sports
men's clubs In tho United States and
Canada and tho responses that have
coin received nrsure a record-breakup
crowd. All of the prominent deal
ers In fire arms and ammunition will
have experts lure, In fact the meet is
expected to attract tho experts of tho
the Scene of the Fighting
Ended In the Fall of the City of Juarez
f ho to
WctiLcr the International Convention
of Christian Kndcavor or Kpworttl
L allies, or th Convention of the Am
1 1 limn Association for tho Advance
ment of Science, tacJi hag found en
tiM taiinnt nt In accordance with It a
tastes. The city entertained acceptab
ly, at ono time, ahnovt 20,000 members
of the Society of Christian Kndcavor,
and at another time was the gathering
placo or as many visitors to tho Kp
woith Lcugitos. Yet none of them
lacked for food or lodging. This la
only an illustration of what Detroit
can do whin the occasion calls for tho
betvt efforts of her titizcni.
Detroit Christian Endeavorers will
this year take a forward step In mat
ters of entertainment?, giving their
visitors a number of things free, which
has not boon customary In past con
ventions. Among othe rs will bo a free
boat ride and a frtc automobile ride.
The program of nearly every con
vention that metts ia IMroit during
the summer months indudes some
form of river excursion, and thls con
vention will not deviate from an estab
lished custom, but will give the de'o
gntos an outing on tho bKiutiful De
troit river. One of a lleoit of the most
luxurious fleet of excursion steamers
on fresh water has been chartered for
Saturday alternoon. Juno 21th, for the
use ef the delegates.
Without reference to outldo excur
sions, Dtrolt itself Is an attractive re
port In summer. Ou Thursday after
noon. June 22nd, the delegates will be
taken to itho points of Interest In the
city In Dotroit-mado automobiles. In,
tho manufacture of which Detroit
leads the world. Perhaps the most
attractive of all of Detroit's Interest
ing places ia Rclle Isle park, an Island
of 700 acres, set like a gem on the
bosom of the river. With its drive
ways, cana's and lakes, zoo, new ae-.
quarium and horticultural building,
charming woodlands and views of the
parsing leviathans of the inland lakes'
commerce, the c-uual to Belle Isle Is
not to bo found.
All Qualified delegates will be en
titled to the two outings, as well an
lodging and breakfast, free of all
charges. Every member of a Chris
tian Kndcavor Society, Kpworth
League, Papt'st Young People's Union,
Episcopal Guild or Auxiliary, or any
other young people's organization In
the state may obtain delegate's ere-
dentials by applying to Miss Mary R.
Phlnney, 107 Culllngwood Ave., De
troit. Theso credentials, properly
signed by the president and the sec
retary of the delegate's society, must
be presented upon arrival In Detroit,
4 Christian Endeavor began at
a faithful Experiment in the life ef
devoted pastor among hie
' young people. It hat continued
' as an epoch making and trans
forming Experience. May it go
on to realize the glorious Expec
tation that its past and present
achievements hold forth Rev.
C. H. Hubbell, O. D.
Christ i3 the Dynamo, the Power;
He giveth strength.
He is the Vine, man'a work the
That blooms at length.
John R. Clements.
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