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V'ACE THREE 1 Hancock Department CHARGES 1 NOT SUSTAINED COUNCIL ADOPTS RESOLUTION COMPLETELY EXONERATING JAMES HOSKING OF McGRATH CHARGES. a s and the THE STRAWBERRY CROP. in Tm and Wild Berries Plentiful Copper Country. Loyal Ol.eary of tin K. U. '' ,,ir,''v Co. wholi sale produce win-In. us.- of Hancock, is Fp'inllnB w,M"k l"oKinK utter the packing of several carload of strawberries fioin t!i' fan" "f ,M"" ie Nehnier & Sons. Many crates of the OntonaK'n Vi ris h:ive been pur chased during the pist two or three days for preserving, ami tin I'""'1 rupply In now at lis best. cnileH seHiiis now at about $1.10. Tin- wll.l berries nr.. said to be very plentiful In this vicinity and hundreds of berry pickers frequent the berry patches dally, re turning with well filled palls. INSPECTOR HERE JULY 5. Will Give Instruction Relative to Postal Savings Bank. An inspector of tle postntTW de partment has notlllcd postmaster C. !'. Ilogcra that ho will be In Hancock on Wednesday, July .1, to Rive inst mo tions relative t the operation 'f the postal snvlngs bank to ho opened here n July 13. At tlit n-'im-st of the d.- ....-. .. 1,. .!..!.. i, t. GilllieOlie t I l iiiii iil IU oer. 1 ," have charge of the hanking depart ment. Postmaster lingers! has selected Hi r,,.,..... r.r-l... ,derW. Joseph WU'H. who will act as cashier upon the open ing of tho bank. A quantity of eup- J'lles and equipment for tho savings hank ha. been received at the pos;t- ofTlcp. Be Good to Yourself and the world will be pood to you. The way is to keep your stomach, liver, -kidneys and bowels right. And you'll find great help in "'BEECH AM S PMJLS SoMEf.rnrk.ee. ! lU Ptieet Commissioner Jano-H lloj;klni i;h Kts'tS night completely exomialcd by the coinlliou council, in c.ecutic ussdon, of any wrongdoing us chary, d by Joseph McUriitli. A resolution was unanimously pas-sod, after the hearing if two witnesses MtlllHiloiicd on hihalt of MHiratli, and live who appeared for Hoiking, repudiating the chaiKcs le ft n cd to as follow s: "Uesulveil, That we, the council of the cny oi iiamocK, acting a com mittee mi the whole this twentj elKhth day of June, to hear evidence in the case of Joseph MeCr.ith s, James T. 1 locking, do not find evi dence niirhVlchtl well-founded to jus tify us iu tiny further consideration of the case, and e therefore dismiss the claims and repudiate all charges lUHdej against said James T. Husking." Those present at the iricctiii l.i y t evening comprised the ma) or, clerk, numbers of the council. City Attorney Lawton. Attoiue) M('ormlik of Calu met, nppcarliig tor Mci'r.ith, and wit resses for both sides, runner Assist ont Street Coommissloiier 1,. I.co ap peared as a witness! against Husking, ;s did Matt Kenipaincn, tlie latter testifying that he had worked on a fewer trench on the property of Mrs Smart, lor which he had received no pay from Mr. 1 ins-king, but had i ctlved full pay Horn the city for the work done during the month in quest Ion. John Chapman, who had worked en the eame Job, stated that he had received five dollar?, with Instructions from Mr, Husking to pa) half of It to Kemppalneii, but the the latter had not understood that he was to get his money from him (Chapman.) It was shown that the amount due to Kemp palneii had bi'ii deducted from the amount comim; to Chapman fr..ui the city as turned in by Mr. Husking. Lee I'y.ui wa brought over from the Houghton Jail by a deputy and testi fied that he had elected a fence on the property of Mm, Crone and had re ceived pa)liu nt for the Job tiom Mr. Husking. The city re.oids were brought In and showed that the amounts turned in by Mr. ilosking showed short months for all the city employes concerned In th investiga tion, and the only fault in the opin ion of the council, 1 1 i:t t could rh-htly be attributed to the street commission er was a carelessness In Ids' business method.". It was decided that in the future tin signatures of the men em ployed an well as that oT Mr. Hoskiiv, should be signed to the time cards, a system which a adopted last January. None of the witnesses wete placed under oalh and several of the persons who might have thrown light on the matter failed t. appear at the hearing, the .mk.i.ciI hiving n power to servo subpoenas or enforce the at tendance of witnesses'. So far as the co.um il Is concerned the matter is settled, but Mr. Me C.rath, by whom the accusations against Mr. Husking were mad", that ho is not going to drop it will endeavor to bring It befon courts. WIRELESS OUTFIT HERE. Apparatus r.ve, for Yantic and A;n ue installed Soon llii. I..... . i . ' " ""Kfaph equipment ' J K hi, V:,,,ii.. ... ..... . . ue .-sava ' ' 'l eil licit. ..hi i . . " Mil I'll-. I . .. .. .. ... .. , v""l 1 I i Mil I'l-lll leas iiu II . .. . l""Miiell II) J ,. aJ . ' ,M vl"- l-d to com,, hen o. curse r f(.w .,..., fik v In, I l... , i. iih 111? la Mm I time when t The lor the Uesefve." and oil oil . v , ,, ti,, ' M I t V. II come U ii.i, tleli,,.y ,,, ()l "in lie may di time. Niioul.l I, 'l Int. chip's olllcei o'n ai any l"loe S.ilnr. " is lik.h that the win ii.-i.iu, ii in lime tc,r ( the tin s. ""I-'V Ideht. hut it 1S pei it ,i mat it will I As soon a;; it is In i tliclala i operation less will In to he iisi il ii se bei'inii ii,. ., le t c.ncr. ills e ' available so noi . . i i iiim-. m i ne Ml i, ii,. i tiliiiliarie, with It M Will lie hill. ii... . ouriiie the annual eiul-e ,,f the tic In Auirir-t ill he Ydn RIDE TO EAGLE RIVER. 'ast of the 1 last Apr Knights of The liieinbeis ,,f the "CM.hli Kule." piesetit mid. r the an: pices of the mi-, win i.e innieicil an autoino. bile tllp to liable :i,.- today bv the entel taililiu nt committee of the lodge. The part) will have here at f.ui ociock mis iiitin n tor Kairle River when- a dinner will be eiijoved at tlu hot, I. HANCOCK BRIEFS. h ' e . left ii.;lt Mrs. J. I., ai h and little )sterday f.,r fbed Cit). for with Mrs. I.each's parents. Mrs. James Maney and familv, of THihith. are isitingat the home of Mis. M.in.)'H parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald at Ripley. The Hancock lodge of Klhs will this evening hold their final initiation and social session for the season. There will be a good lunch and on of the best entertainment pioi-rams of the ear. The Hancock members of tile Order of the Pastel n Star will hold a moon light excursion to the canal on Krid i) evening. The steamer Tarda, has been engaged for the trip and will buve the . 'lose and Hodgson dock at 7 o'clock. A meeting of .stiles I'osf. ; i a ml Ar my of the Republic, was held Tuesday night at the Sett hotel at which the question of accepting the invitation to participate In the Fourth of July cele bration at I.aurlum was considered. The veterans have made other ar rangements which will prevent their going to I.aurlum and the committee In charge of the celebration will be so advised. TORCH LAKE TORCH LAKE TOWNS ARE READY FOR THE FOURTH PARADES. SPORTS AND PATRIOT IC EXERCISES PLANNED. Novel Features to be Introduced in Lake Linden and Hubbell. Lake Linden and Hubbell are now ready for the observance or tin- r mil in and vonng and old are hoping that the weather will he favorable. The committees in charge or ine ccieyia- tions this year have done everything in their power to make the programs i. .i..r.. Ki in., mii, I manv novel features have been arranged. ti... i.i.r 1..01H1 of .1 ul v parade tv . . . be conducted lii the morning hi l.lndeii promises to be a large number r enuies received f--r the theft1 pll.e oK iiapnu where h will enter the ' run Institute. i .... . .. -o , ,0-s un.l Ulster. MIhh r:va Closs me gone t ngdensburg. N. y nere they v ,M ,.,.,atlv .. .. . . i"l Leclarc l.i building " new compete block foundation .wi ine resi.ieme of Henry g r. The fik b Dullin I.llldell band Will clvu .in.. us popular open morrow evening, tin ting. The wedding of Miss l.ulse Corri veau to liugeiie chiiput was nolemnlz u yesteni,,). Rev. Fi o tile la ting. air concerts to weuther uermit N. J. Rayinund ,. ... ., .t. v v , ,., tt FRENCH BREACH OF PROMISE CASES RARE. of due .!. . .:. 4. .:. .j. . luouuse cases are ran no It is explained, to xpeiise Incurred In hi'luging smallnesa of the amount invariably awanled. The case, then-fore, while not Iake feature. A have been calitlumiplans and Is every Indication that the ..III I... Iiotlv rontested for. The patriotic exercises win i"lln ' ro'e. and in the afternoon, a program . ..I.. .. Ill l.i. c iriied out. It Is Ol ,ol l. " i, possible that a baseball game will be arranged between the nane i-m.o, Hu-tlers and lleda Cubs. In the even hor a tirewi.rks display Vlded. ti... i.iLr feature of Huobeir.i Iratloti will be the pr:n iatloru In ...i i.v n.it riot If exer Prize' of h is been oHeied for the fraternal order makim? the best i .....rance b, the parade, and there Is ,o doubt that a large number will b, in line A Picgram of sports has been OM1...,l f,,r the aftuiioon nd in the .in. a dance will opal's hdl with music hestra. will be pro- cele- the parade or civic the morning, follow- ises. A Fpefiai be conducted at by Hart s or- LAYING CEMENT WALKS. with the orii.TS ci ntlv a number town are fore their pr that others will take the near futur. w alks holder i n. ..II . nee 1" 1 ' .... .. OI Issued by the 1 1 none.. ' " ' of property nome, In-tailing cement walk be- p. rty. it n r'" " ' dmil.ir action in ivIktp t le cemriii re not built "V th,. council will direct the lm .... .t the same t.ri.vemelltS Itn.l Hlp TORCH LAKE aREVITlES. Warrlner are in r1-'1 I"" "Tr'vlnvo", . m"", lileach in France, the j;le,,t , suit and th f damages follow IliK unique, is ol sutlicietit Interest to have "luf"" '" Hi I'arls papers to report Ilie l.i oceediliL's nt muiuu l....ciu t- ui.iiii, a goon looking young woman, declared that she hud been brown over from one day to another b.V the d 1,11,1,11,1 -. , ,,.ui i. .... eier, ami this utter the Ii.i.i.ih 1,.1 been nubllsdled the lr..ii.,1..i ,.r.l-.,-u.l nd all the usual preparations duly made. Yet. argm-d her counsel, the de- leiiiiani seelueil lo entertain the most lender affections- for his client. Thus, Oil Iec. 1. he Wlote: "Ma chele ador I Ioiik to be living with you. I shall love Jim all my lite!" Five days later however, he addressed a last farewell 10 her in the following terms: "I have thought the matter well over, and I have elven UD the Idea of mm rvinir." The deftlidant, who was in court, tsked the lawyer to allow him to ex plain that he1 had been led to break ff the match by something that bis llnatuur had said to him, and had dim ply acted us his conscience dictated, whereupon the plaintiif's council re torted that ,as h had such a tender onseicnce, he might as well give the eal reason, adding: "You had, no doubt, also vowed eternal love to that paiticular woman." The case is heard," said the presid ing magistrate, and then the Judge ad out the Judgment dlliberattly and listlnctiy in serious tones: "Coiisldeilng that in undent times marriage was based solely on love; considering that since those times hrlstlan morals have subjected it to important evolution, and that in these das maiiiage is regarded as a flnan- lal contract to defend the two parties gainst possible escapades, as the real motive for marriage is money, the man being on the lookout for a dowry and the Woman for a protector he Is sup posed to be more experienced in the management of her property. "Considering that It Is to Iw regret -nl that, owing to the new character t marriage, young couples do not get Into the habit of drawing up a docu ment at the time of their betrothal with a forfeit clause, as Is customary with certain foreign legislations. like the American legislation." Ai d, the Judgment continued, since the defendant had not brought any roof that the plaintiff has expressed wish which bad led him to break ft the match, and that the plalntilT had on her side sustained manifest ss, therefore. It concluded, "he Is otidehined to pay I'D cents for the moral prejudice and $77.f.u for the ma- i ial prejudice." HORSES SHOW POORLY. London. Kngland, June 2S. Amerl n race horse owners have not been having a good season to date, mil signs are not wanting to show that their horses are beginning to run into form. Fsually American horses fdiirie early in the year, but for some unaccountable reason they hav been backward season. this LYNCH FINES UMPIRE. SI. Louis. M Lynch of the noiiiiced today vesication and .. June 29 . l'resldent National league an that following an In the tiking of testimo ny concerning the blow I'mpire Klein struck Manager Itresnahan of the St. Louis club at the dose of last Fil day's game In Cincinnati that he would fine the umpire $.M. Itresnahan was complimented for not retaliating when he was hit. MAY CAN WADDELL. Louisville. Kv., June 2. Announce ment was made today by Manager Cantillon of the Minneapolis baseball team that unless Rube Wuddell wins his next game or shows a decided foim reversal he will tie released out right or sold. Wadded has been in poor form all season. CORRESPONDENCE. nCRLMS COURTSHIP, postal cards. Short notes. Letters. Special deliveries. Night letters. Telegrums. Telephone. AKTFU TUB WEDDING, Telephone. Telegrams. Night letters. Special deliveries. Letters. Short notes. Shorter notes. postal cards. LONG IN AN ASYLUM WHEREABOUTS OF FORMER U. OF M. PROFESSOR ARE JUST MADE KNOWN. Life. Speclea of Beta and Wiipi. About 4,600 species of wild bees r known, and of wasps. 1.100. New York. June -J'J. When Mrs. Rose M. Harrington of Manhattan ap plied to Supreme Court Justice Mills ut Mount Vernon to he appointed a committee of the estate of 1 band, Murk W. Harrington, formerly a professor In the University of Michi gan and later chief of the United States weather bureau. It became known thut her husband had been an inmate of an asvluin tor veins. Mis. Harrington hm that in the '' 'he .tears that he has been coiitimd In the Mollis Plains insane asylum he has been tumble to tell all) thing about himself, nor does he know his own name. Mrs. Han logton sa.s that she does nt know what property her husband w ns, and for that reason nlie desires i be appointed conservator of Ills es tate, as she belle) es he Is entitled to large lotaltles from booksi of which he was the author. Justice Mills took a great Interest In the story because 1'iotessor Har rington was formerly a resident of Mount Vernon. He Kranted an order allowing a Jury In the next term of the Westchester supreme court to pass upon the sanity of the professor, and will also sign an order for the testi mony of Dr. Evans, superintendent of the Mount Morris as)luni as to the mental condition of the patient. Dissappeared in 1800. Mrs. Harrington states that her hus band left his home in Mount Vernon in to attend a dinner in Manhat tan, lie did not return home, and the uid not Kee him again until l!b7, when he found him in the Morris plains asylum. He had been tound In luni wambling around Newark in a dazed ondltion and'could not tell his name. At the as)lurn she learned that her hushand hud been sent to that Institu tion irom ftcuaiK ami that lie was, suffering from an unusual form of mental disease which caused him to hla entire identity, and he was also unable to recugni.e any one. Where he had spent the two jears un accounted for no one knew. He bus do Hpecitlc delusions at the lesent time except that he believes that his name Is "John Doe." That wan the name that was given to him' by the authorities In the Institution before his wife discovered him ami revealed his Identity. He still maintains his name John Doe. ami when his wife called few days ago to see him he declared that he did not know her, and gave Instructions to the keepers to keep her away from him, as she was a stranger. Becomes a Musician. Since professor Harrington has been in the asylum he has become an uc- uiipllslicil piano player, and devotes most of his time to playing on the In strument for the hem-fit of the other inmates. Lawyer C. I. Manville will apply to ustlce Mills next week for a comnils- loii to take the testimony of Dr. vans at the asylum, and thus hurry along the Insanity proceedings so that Mrs. Harrington may recover the property of her husband. Professor Harrington was a scien tist of World-W hie note. He succeeded iciieral (lately, head of the weather bureau in Washington in lX'.U. He had been Professor of Astronomy in the nlversity of Michigan prior to that for twelve years, and he was the edi tor of the American Meteorogical ournnl. In 1S71 he was a government astronomer in the United Stales coast survey in Alaska, Deing then a young man of 23. He was director of the ob servatory at Peking In 1K76, and Intro duced the first large telescope used In 'hlna. In INKS he was professor of Illo gical science In the Louisiana state university. Pi'of. Harrington had been missing two jears when he was found one day public park. No one knew him and he did not- know himself. In the course of events he was committed to the Morris Plains (N. J.) asylum as lm Doe. One day hn son w as a vis itor to the asylum. This was several ears after his commitment, and lie heard the story of the strange patient there who seemed so Intellectual and et knew nothing Of people or events. He saw this man and was struck with his resemblance to his long-lost atlier. Returning home, he told his mother about It. She visited the asy lum and identified her husband, who did not recognize her. This was three ears ago. II,? has not known her since, nor has he recalled his own lentlty. It was not until now, when Mrs. Harrington wishes to recover his property, that the history of the miss ing professor liccame known to many of his friends and neighbors. ALUMINUM. The Increase in the pro.lii' tion aluminum is nne of the industiial w ilers nt the age. Although il i - tin most abundant of nil mineral:-, its on forming one-sixth .r the earth's i in. I it was littje more than a la b. ,ra lor cuiioNitV 20 )(ais J., i pounds were prodiaed, ami th. was a pound In lo: the on tiou had rl'cn to mine than ::. uou pounds, ami the puce h;;d down to cents. n - Old) fll'l nl'li- ,111)11,. ."Mile Modern Kitchens at baa. Tho term "son of a sea conk" is no longer u title of rcproacli. The Ll-;lly ptiiil specialist -who presides over th H kitchens is a chef w ith nn interna-j tloiinl reputation. Tho menu at tho ; end 'of the loudest sea voyage -jives no Indication that Iho ship has not I n supplied from land. Immense stoics : of fresh meats, vegetables, frulh-i and ' even llowcrs must be carried. The kitchens are incredibly clean, with , their tiled Honrs, glass tables and ! shelves, as nro nlso t In cold sior:ti;ei rooms. To keep n kitchen in order is a far more ditlicult problem t sea than j on lanu. cassicr a .Magazine;. y Enthusiastic Crowds Grow Bigger Each Friday Basement Bargain DAY WHLN YOU COME INTO THE STORE FRIDAY, CO TO THE UASEMENT AND LOOK OVER THE LIST OR ARTICLES THAT WE LL PLACE ON SALE THAT CVY. THE ECONOM ICAL HOUSEWirC WILL FIND MANY USLFUL HOUSEHOLD UTENGILS AT PRICES UNUSUALLY LOW WE LIST A FEW HcaliImet Y k sZf?., MICHIGAN) Located It Exactly. With bis Jaw swollen so ns to nearly j Close Ids eye, a sailor rushed Into ni dentist's ollico nrnl told the dentist to I extract tin aching tooth ns soon ns pos-1 Bible After ironing the man seated in the chair the doctor nsked which tooth be wished pulled, and the sailor, nearly enr.cd by pain, lost no time in saying, i "I'pper deck, second one from n ft. pott ; eide." Cincinnati Commercial Tribune-.! It Often Happens. "A ma ii cannot serve two masters,"' quoted the wise guy. I "Oh. I don't know." ndded th Blmplo nuitf. "A man may male a Rod I o money nml also nerve time."-I'Mla fielphiu J'ecord. A Soup Critic. Miss Vnllniore I wns toM to take lemon Juice- for my sliiing. Mr. Sour ly Haven't you pit will power enoupli to ntop slriplnj: without tho uid of lemon Julco? Cliicnpo News. It H usually not so much tho front ness of our trouble fin the littleness of our spirit thnt makes u conipl.iln. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. John iM'ew's play tor next season is railed "A Single .Man." A dramatization of -The House tllrl" is to be pioduce.i by llaker and Castle. Until St. Ieids has been cnr.ac.ed for a season on a roof Harden in New York. Marie Tempest is to lei inn to this loiuury In a new- play by Jerome U. Li -nine. Lulu Classer will star in an adapta tion of a ilermaii musical comedy tailed ".Miss Imdelsaek." AiiKiisdus Thomas has will ten a pi iy called "The I 'evil to p.i.v." uiiicn Charles froliimui will produce. .Mary Caialeli has sailed for Curope, but will return in the fall. While abroad she will sim: In 'pei:i in rails. 1'orler Kmersoii ttoun- lias com pleted a liew play, called Sex," which I'hal'lcs I'rohman experts lo produce in the fall. A new opera by Arthur Xe ins, to be produced by the .Metropolitan Opera Company next ear, is called 'Twi liKht." Uuth St. Deiil.s Is to become a dra- ( & -ii 'COLD DLAST" LANT ERNS Larue size and well made, stronijl constructed. Has all new improvements for liohtiiu), etc., regular $1.00 value Friday K)v MINER'S DIN NER PAILS, made of 9001! heavy toi sell ing regularly at 30c each Fri Jjy special, price acli 23c WATEH TUMBLERS made of rjood clear glass Fluted bottom f.ellinjj re.pd.irly ot fide doz. Get them for your July picnics, etc., Friday, doen 3jc JQ COFFEE medium wenjnt tin good copper bot toms, h o ! d about 2 quarts excellent for picnics, etc. regular Friday only cam pmj, price 3:')C- (ATH TUB SEATmad of Hard wood, polished and fitted with steel supports, a 3'.c value at, Friday nly, each jNICKLE PLATED TOWEL ROCS 8 inches long, com plete with screws for putting op -Our regular price is 45o e J ' --Friday only WIRE VEGETABLE DRY ERS A regular 10c article bt'lmg Friday at, each... 4 GREY ENAMELED DIP HERS, a sp.-ial good value nt our regular price 10c each Friday's Price, each....yi "ROYAL BRAND" grey en ameled milk pans. Full 8 c). rt sie Regular 35c each. Friday at 1 7c WATER SETS six glasses and pitcher selling reyularly at $2.25 set Special for Friday's Bargain Day th spt SI. 51) malic writ te li.i.-e 1 It II Seas.. I to Li lt I ma I .-ii in a l; tin- author I I: Th a- I ;.l lii In ii i jei'iiv A. K .M i - Willi, s-i bleed I.V ' '' '" f i.ipinan heielf end Samuel Shlpman f - TIlCi;,!!.! is a s-lory ..f the stage. Kuli .Ma. f Idle. Cu rie Perkins and is 1 1 appear n's London for the litci- Charles I'lolun xt sin Is n-poited that. Anna Held wili another Aiiu -i. an tour under the .lai next .- u id v. K. l; i:. for i a i. -f 1". V. by Ho Jane P'ay a II. -mi ! Iiu- ad Paris, flora IIIOl s lanlile !"!. I, The leading. : 1 1 t.t i : 1.- enl Ul'es fill I ll'l eiveil 1 ole in a In the play d. f an Aim i i Ap l.ad. .-' I offer t ' play l-V j Iiu - v. 1th j in girl an ie .l.lllll on in the ci'lU tried ' II mm." "I h d, and the tint lliis. hic Sullivan have Ieeii re-en-' Tie- ''as inating- Widow" i. ' ... tar, Julian Kltlnije, ! role the dressea, I ' i i e cost $10.0011. i ' to p out next Sea .iv.hy Mrs. Hurnelt re n foston, called "Judy play Is a. romantic com tar role !s that of a Ray ns Irish girl of ipiallty. ah. lie. in private d Milch, -o. k. has g. pie 1 1 1 1 her sKt. 1 iioni-ceil. to claim a villa n phol iis left III. Ill b Clara l.ipmau is I under the direction i her in a play calli the Woman." The Ii: Mi- their gi i star n f Wel l, d 'It f lay is it is ai the f.o: ll.lt It Im Xl .-cav:, I pell. Is . by Mi who m a .pn -rades iii one part an a iv ma ii. is T'-'i ,rfi Pla. f.f 1 1. Ii the d that i rank ibml-l ha p iled a -;e i pi . r t in the London i.vcly 'I'll, er, and that Iih Will re- lie- present manager, Oeorga a riles.-, with an American manager, ahl Chal'leS It. I i 11 i ng ha ni. It is veil that this probably means that present Mis. te-uld will soon re i lo I he stage. FRECKLES New Drug That Quickly Removes These Homely Spots. There'a no longer tin slightest lined of feelina; ashmned of your frtcklen, as new druir, ofhln duublo utrenRth has been discovered that M a positive cure for these homely Hpots. Hlmply Ret on ounce of nthlne double Btrenglh. from Kagle Irug More and Hpply little of it at night, ami In the morning you will see that even th worst havr begun to disap pear, while ih light freckles have van lnhed entirely. It la seldom that more than an oiinc la needed to completely clear the nkln and Kaln a beautiful clear completion. Ht mire to auk for the double strength oihlne, ws this is sold under guarantee of money back if it falls to ramova tht frecklea. Trunks, Begs, Dress Soil Oases mnmmikJ.id-JL'jktu !' Ji.4 - tl ' . mi I umtmnxnjmti,- Tv'.:t.-V,...i.',i3vLlii.wTijrti, At Very Moderate Prices The summer vacationist nt'cils, ;is a matter of course, some of the jootls found in our stock, It is no exaggeration to say that nowhere else in this country can so tine inil complete an assortment of Traveling Requisites he found as in our store. Our values as well as our assortments stamp us as leaders. Some of our price persuaders: Genuine Walrus all Leather Lined Ladies' Club Bass from $12.00 $20.00 Genuine Walrus all Leather Lined Gents' Club Bans torn $151 -$251 Genuine Calf all Leather Lined Ladies' Club Bags from ft A PA fa M.5U t0 $ I L Genuine Calf all Leather Lined Gents1 Club Bass from S5.00-SI5.00 Oenuine Calf leathcr ."iilt crimes " 85.00 t$2;.00 Suit cases Mild b.m. Including Matting, Wicker, '-. frri"- SI .50 l" $25.00 Steamer Trn f . o.n . . JS () ' S5.00 Wardrobe. Ihir. (P niilne Alligali diisi Wri t ItagM. i. II at Trunks?, nil Mlen. nn l Ci iiiiine lihick Seal la- Inspe. t our line before purchasing nml compare prl-.es. Wieder Harness Comp'y OPPOSITE CALUMET THEATER. 333-333 SIXTH ST. CALUMET.