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TH CALUMET I MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED I PflCSS. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE WEATHER: ! CHOWERS TONIGHT OR FRI DAY. WARMER TONIGHT. VOL XX CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 14, 191 1 NO. 269 E MEWS NAVAL MILITIA CAPTAIN DROWNS Much Mystery Surrounds Death of Commander of the Dor othea of Ohio TVYO MEN SOUGHT BY POLICE Companion With Him in Small Boat Disappear After Tailing Story of Fatality. Cleveland. O., Sept. 14. Mysterious circumstances surround the drowning of Captain Warn, r. aged 28, comman der of the Dorothea, Ohio's Naval Militia fchip, today. Warner la mild to have tumbled out of a small row biwit without two mi'ii, who also occupied the bunt, noticing ' lii disappearance. These men gave tho alarm, following the discovery of the accident and then disappeared. The polit e are looking for them. The Dorothea laid a half mile off Whore. - According to the story told by the men before tiny disappeared, they were not more than half way out when they looked around and not Iced Warner was missing. They hastily put buck. Life savers recovered the body three hours " later In eighteen feet of wa ter. OSBORN OUSTS APPOINTEES. John S. Haggorty and Others Ar Re moved From Office. Lansing, Mich., Sept. 14. Claiming Ihut he Is governed by rulings from Attorney General Kuhn to the effect that the recess appointment of for mer (lovernor Fred M. Warner term inated with the close of the last ses nlon iif the legislature, Oovernor Os born has made the following appoint ments: Clyde J. Webster, Detroit at torney, to succeed John M Haggerty of that city ns a member of the board of control of Jackson prison and C. W. Hitchcock of Detroit to succeed W. it. Malcoinson as a member of the Pontine state hospital board. In ud dltlon Governor Osborn named Phll Up T. Van Zlle present prosecuting at torney for Wayne county, an tmcces- Kor to Circuit Judge Jm Murfln, who leaves the bench September 19. Phillips Has Test; Case. WJiether or not Governor Osborn will succeed in Ids determination to rid the slate of all Warner appointee und change tile personnel of these two boards, will depend upon the decisions of the supreme court In the case of R A. Phillips of Fen ton, who was re placed by Cftl. Jamo.s R Parker of Flint a few weeks ago. Phillips ha determined to test the ruling of ihe attorney general In the court of last resvrt. Governor Osborn, when, asked what effect Haggerty' removal from the board would have on the wardenship, replied: "Warden Simpson appears to be mukfng good and the necessity for a changn Is not apparent. I feel that Mr. Webster's appointment will be more satisfactory, as I want men about hie who nre In sympathy with my administration." With respect to the legality of the new appointments, (lovernor Osborn remarked: "In making them. I am acting not only on the advice of the attorney general's department, but I have fortified myself w'lh the legal opinions of tho law department of tiie University of Michigan, end also have opinions from other prominent attor neys of the state." HIGHER RATES SUSPENDED. Washington. D. C. Sept. 14. Pro posed advances In freight rates on son coal, filed with the Interstate com merce. commlsslonTenectlve Sept 15. Were suspended by the commission to May until January 13 next. Tho rales mspended were to be npplieU to amp ments from Springfield. III., and south rn Illinois mines .to points In Knn Has and Nebraska. SMALL MARGIN FOR "DRYS." Portland. Me.. Sent. 14. The fate Y the constltullonal prohibition In Maine remained In doubt early today, on me face of unofficial returns there appear ed to be a very small majority on the prohibition aide. In two Instances, however, unofficial return from town and city clerks do not agree wilh the fluures sent by the same clerks to the secretary of state at Augusta. ARMY OF POTOMAC MEETS. Providence, R. I., Sept. 14.-Dbdln-Rulshed visitors from many sections of the country have arrived In Providence for the fortieth annual reunion of the Society of the Army of the Polomac The reunion will begin tomorrow and continue over Saturday. Among the notable participants will be den. Dan iel I-J. Sickles, C.en. Horatio C. King. !en. John II' Ulack and Fxlwln Mark liam, the poet. GETS FINE PROMOTION. Washington. D. C, Sept. 14.-Paul R Uradley.of Illinois, law clerk of the Interstate Commerce commission, was today appointed assistant attor ney general of Porto Rico. HE KILLED LITTLE GIRL. John Johnson of Madison Confesses and Gets a Life Term. Madison. Wis., Sept.' 14 John J.oth-, erwise Known as "Dogskin" Johnson, last evening confessed to the abduc tion and murder of little Annie Lem- oergor, tho 7-year-old child whose body was found in Luke Monona on Saturday morning last. He waa 1m mediately sentenced by Judge Anthony oonovan to .life imprisonment. A few minutes after his :confesslon and sentence Johnson wan taken - In an automobile ' by ' Shesirf Andrew Urown and a deputy v and : w hisked away through side streets and across the country at a" rapid V-rate.' The greatest "secrecy' was maintained" bo rauso of fears that Johnson might be. lynehed. - 4 In the; presence of Chief . of , Police hhuugbnessy, .District Attorney ..Nf I sr.n. and Turnkey Foye, he. related that the .Wd was the,, result of a. '-sudden Impulse,'1 ''H. -had watched through the bedroonv window the, little girl And her lime, sister undress at bed-lime on different occasions), and on the fate ful night about 11 o'clock. 'shortly u,f- li-r the chlhjren lihd closed their-eyes In sleep,' he , rnjscd the 'window 'sash entered - the iM-mberger - home -and snatched little Annie from the bed. He ifragged.'' TieY "to ' the ' Nyln.low.T after knocking her on tho head with his flst, making' her unconscious 'so that' there would he no outcry.' ' llPMhen took her to the railroad bridge, and after beat ing her. on the, head until life , was ex tinct,- threw' the' body Into Ike Mo nana. i : MARQUETTE TRIP UNLIKELY. Engineers Do Not Expect 'to Act as A Escort far Taft. It Is now considered unlikely that the members of Co. A Kngliieers will be ordered to go to Marquette on the occasion of 'President Taft's visit, 'to act as an escort. It was at first thought that all of the upper, penin sula companies would be asked to re port, but as many of the engineers would be unable to participate, tho Calumet company probably will not be Included. ' Plans are being considered for n number of social sessions to be held at regular Intervals throughout the fall and winter months, with Informal programs. The company now has an orchestra of Its own, which probably will assist In entertaining. Six prospective corporals were ex amined at the regular drill Tuesday evening. The school . for non-oom-mlssloned officers probably will be re sumed at an early d'-Jc, nnd will be opened to others besides the non-com-mlssloiii' officers. It Is likely that a basket ball team will be formed among the members of Co. A, and steps taken to organize a league with the Calumet Y. M. C. A., Hancock nnd Houghton Light Infant ry represented. FAMOUS BRIGADE GATHERS. New England Civil War Veterans fVlaet at Syracuse. Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 14 Civil war veterans from far and near attended a reunion of Ihe First Iron litignde, which was held at the State Fair grounds here today In commemoration of the f.Oth anniversary of tho begin ning of the war. The brigade compris ed the Second Herdan Shnrpshooters, 14th Brooklyn (Red Iegs), 22nd. 24th. 30th Infantry, 2nd New York Cavalry, and Hattery II. 4th u. S. Ught Artil lery. It earned Its title April IK. 1802. In the march from Catlett's station to l-almouth, Va. REAR ADMIRAL RETIRES. (Washington. D. C. Sept. 14. Hy op eration of law Head Admiral liiah I. Harris, Oovernor of the Naval Home at Philadelphia, was placed on the re tired llHt today on account of ago. He Is succeeded at Phllidelphla by Hear Admiral Heynolds, Hear Admiral Har ris Is a native of Indiana and was ap pointed to the nival academy from that State In lXG.r.. He reached the grade of rear admiral on Jan. 7, 1909. RECALL McKINLEY'S DEATH. Canton, O., Sept. 14. The tenth an niversary of the ilea 111 or the late President William McKlnley was ob served with simple memorial exercises here today. This afternoon a number of magnificent floral pieces were tiken to tho mausoleum. Among the senders were Justice Ifciy of the ITnlfed States supreme court. George H. Cortelyoii of New York nnd several others who were Intimately associated with the mar tyred president. PACIFIC FLEET TO HAWAII. San Francisco, Cal., Sept. t4. Four warships of the Pacific fleet, the Cali fornia. West Virginia, South Dakota and Colorado, are to sail tomorrow on a cruise to the Hawaiian Islands. The four cruisers will be accompanied on the trip by eight torpedo boat destroy ers. The entire fleet will return to San Pedro about the first of November for target practice. ABDUCTOR NOT YET CAUGHT. Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 14. A cordon of armed men. seven miles long, was drawn ncrosa the International bonn dry all night, whll a posw of Ave hundred beat up the bushes In an ef fort to dislodge thi abductor of Miss price, a Rlverdale st'hool teacher. Karly this morning a man believed to 1m the one wanted, broke Into the bar of a western hotel and exehnngiil shoes with the proprietor, who was seriously wounded. The assailant escaped. PEOPLE FLEE . FROK ETNA Twenty Thousand Inhabitants of Two Towns Seeks High ; Places'of Safety LAVA F10W FIFTY FEET HIGH Estends for -TWird of Mile in Widtl and Discharge is , Increasing- . -' V '?V"; it Volume. V ' U -Catania, Slclly,,Rept.. 14. The 'twen ty tmnsuud Inhabitants of Ca-IUIkic and FYaiicu'yilla llofl., from-their Ismies today.!, liefore the Advancing flood 1 lava from Mount JKIirn. loth towis- are threatened with . destruction.! , The d isch'arge' from the crater, utut new fissures increases in volume.' Tin main stream, ponrlng down , on .lfie nortneastern moo of tfie volcano; ha- made Its way sluggishly about - and over tho foot hill toward 1 Oie-base of tho railway du'd Invaded the' valley nf 1h Alcantara. , . ; Today the fnonl, -fifty feet high and a third of a mile, wide, broke oyer r long decline and gathering velocity forced the. peasant Iwellcrs In .iff path tomake a linrrled departure. II cut oft the water supply of several villages. ' 'r-- i , When the stream was "within hre mifes of Castigllone and Franeavillu people collected their portrflile property and "made for higher phi-es. HONOR BISHOP, GABRIELS. Church Dignitaries Gather to. Help Him Mark Jubilee. Ogdenpbiirg. N. Y.. Seiit. 14. In the presence of the largest nnd most nota hie gathering of dignitaries of (lie Uo man tVithollc Church that eyer tissem- bled In thls'it.V, the'celcbrntion of. tin sacerdotal jubilee of the Ht. Kcv. Ifcn ry Oaltrlels, bishop of Ogdeiisburg. !' gau today with a pontifldal -high mast of thanksgiving. Among Ihe eminent prelates In attendance were Most Hev Diomede l'alconlo,' apostolic delegate to tho lTnitel States, Archbishop Farley of New York, Archbishop (J.inthier of Ottawa, and several bishops. Itishop labrlis is n native of Bel glum and received his education In I ha I country. Soon after his ordination t the priesthood' In 1KG1 he came to the United Slates. For nearly thirty years he was attached to St. Joseph's Semi nary at Troy and for twenty years lu was president of the Institution. Ir 18H2 he severed his connection with the seinlnarv noon Ills appointment ur bishop of Ogdensburg. MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. Heads of Many Cities To Convene in Chicago Noxt Week. Chicago. 111.. Sept. 1 4. Chicago will next week llirow open her gates to the world's college' of cities and repres n- tatlves of the larger elites of the w id will gather here to teach the citizen." of the smaller towns the art of mu nicipal administration. The m-easior will be tho International Municipal Congress' and Imposition, plans for which have been going forward foi nearly a year. Delegations from citlep throughout the world are ussured Anions- the notable sneakers nt the congress will be Ambassador llryce, (lovernor Dlx of New York and Sena tor I a Follette of Wisconsin. DISCUSS JUVENILE CASES. Detroit, Mich.. Sept. 14. Probate Judges, delegates from over half of the states In the union, are today at tending the annual convention of the National Association of the lYobafe Judges of America, held In connection with Ihe gathering of the Michigan probate officials. Among tho princi pal topics tinder discussion Is the handling of Juvenile cases. GOT TOO MUCH SALARY. tipo (Jlrar.leau, Mo., Sept. 14 F.u gene F. Ablott, pastor of tlie Ilisl Presbvterlan church here, resigned yesterday, giving as one reason thai his salary of $2,000 per year was ex resslve considering the amount appro priated for charitable and other church work. He has accepted a call to a church nt Fulton, Mo., where his salary will be $1,K00 a year. FAVORS UNIFORM LAW. Iinslng. Mich.. Sept. 14. iov. Os born wants a national uniform divorce law. The Astor-Forte wedding has stirred up a national movement to se cure such n law. and when asked for an expression on It the governor de clared stroiiRly for It. "Tho suggestion of President Taft for a uniform divorce law has my fullest approval. The divorce evil Is one of the gToafest that threatens so ciety In the United States," says the governor VETS' SMOKER OCT. 10. Committee were named nt a meet ing of Co nip Peterniann, Sanhrb-Ani- erlenii War Veterans this week, to nr- tonge for a social gathering and smoker on Tuesday evening. Oct. 10. Tho camp will hold Its annual election of officers at the next regular meeting. President Taft Will Be on the Road 48 Days and , . Will Visit 115 Cities on Coast to Coast Trip. C-iSMk Prenident Taft w ill sliirt from P.osion on Sept. on a forty-eight 'days trip across the country, lie will travel la.OfX) niliis nnd will Visit 115 eilh's. Tho schedule Is considerably faster than that of the long trip which he took In 11MK. It is arranged for work throughout, Snnd.i.vs being about the only rests. The president will be back lu WsKhligfi N 1. . ' .. WILL STAGE THE BOUT ELSEWHERE SEVERAL CITIES MAKE OFTERS FOR THE MATCH BETWEEN AD W0LCAST AND PACK EY McFARLAND. Milwaukee. Wis.. Sept. II. Follow ing the culling off last night of the Wolgast-McFaiiand bout here. It Is be- lleved an effort will fe made to stage It elsewhere. It Is said oilers have l-een received frolil1 several cities. About $:io,inh) worth of li.Kels bad been sold for the bout lu re. . This money will be refunded to the UI- t baser. Authorities Stand Firm. Milwaukee, Wis., Sr-pt. 14 The pro posed boxing contest between Light weight Champion Wolgast and Paekev Mcl'arland on Friday evening will not be permitted. This decision wax reach ed last night. At a long conference between r presentnt I ves of tiie Ka-j tlotial Athletic club, county officers nnd Acting (lovernor Thomas Morris the situation was discussed pro ami con from every possible angle and at the comiiuion Acting (lovernor Mor ris ral.l he would not recede from his original position. Ho had, be said, read a great deal about the proposed bout and weighed matters very care fully before wiring Sheriff Arnold to see that, tiie law was obeyed. The net- Ing governor said -ho was of the opin ion thit the proposed contest was a prizefight" nnd not merely a "boxing contest." BELIEVE AGREEMENT IS NEAR. France Exocts Germany Will Co-Op erate in Moroccan Settlement. Paris, Sept. 14. While It Is hardlv expected the (Jermnn reply to tlie com munication of nince reaching I'erlln inlay will be nn acceptance oil every olnt. yet the spirit of the semi- of ficial observations on the Moroccan llspllte mule by t'le Cologne Ct.letfe reates fa vol able Impressions etlicially In Paris of nn approaching- ngreemetit. Socialists State Position. Jena, (Jeiinany, Sept. H. Diseti.-'s'Mg the Moroccan situation nt the s. Ill Democratic congress today here, IScbt, lender of the Socialists In the Ilelchs- tic, denounced tho reports that the Socialists would proclaim a political general strike In case of war. 1tell ndded thnt the Socialists would sup port a Judicious colonial policy and demany for Cerm.iny full equality In tho commerce and Industrial develop ment of Morocco, but they believe It would bo criminal nnd frivolous to en gage In war on account of Morocco. SECRETARY. HILLES rm,1' c AViiOCIATK5N VALUABLE DOGS HAVE FUNERAL TWO KENNEL MATES, WORTH $10,000, BURIED IN COFFINS HUNDRED CANINES AT RITES. San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 14. One hundred dogs, valued at $100,000, Rt-b-nded a funeral yesterday, following t lu-ir mistress, Miss Jennie (.'rocker, behind a bier on which were borne two of their kennel mates, p.oston terriers valued at $.",,ono each. The funeral took place on the Crock er estate, the deceased prize winners lx ing placed In concrete Collins, fash ioned in Kgyptl.in style. The dogs, classed as imong the most perfect animals of their breed In the world, were 1 )i-k Da.zler and Wonderland Duchess. Tluir death was caused by a disease known to dog fanciers as "Utile Johnny Flea." HIGH MASONS COMING. School of Instruction Will Be Held Here October 13. Cabimet lodge. No. 271. F. A. M.. has received word from !i:nid Secre tary Frank o. Cllli.it. of Day City, that a school of instruction will be hid bete lYiil.iy evening. October IS. The Calumet lodn,. r. 1 1 1 exemplify the third degr.-c. Most WovHilprul Crand Mas ter J hn Dillon, of Oscoda, and (Irand Secretary (lllbert. of liay City. nls. will ! In' attendance. It is expected that the grand lodpo officers have so planned their visit thnt they will be present at tlie dedication session of the new Masonic temple of Houghton. WARD ON HIS WAY. Patterson. N. J.. S.-pt. 14. Aviator Ward, who reached P.itteison last evening on his flight tow'ard tin Pa cific, coast. resinned bis Journey at !:22 this morning. Ward desei tided at ft:4T o'clock In Soiithfiild. twenty-five miles from Sterling point. Reaches Middletown, N. Y. Mi.ldletown. N. Y.. Sept. 14. Avla ter Ward rose from South field, where he landed early this morning, and ile Mf.pded here e.t tioon. WM. KEHL NOT GUILTY. William Kehl was fhls morning found not guilty in circuit court on a (barge of keeping his saloon open on Sunday. He was def. -tided by Attor niy MacN'ally. Complaint was made by Kcv. C. II. Hn Hedge, of Ijhpeinlng. Percy Harwell has finished her slock engagement In Toronto after a very such ssful season. HOTO 8Y.MKSltN I wg3S AociA-n an I SAID HE PUT POISON ON GUM PROMINENT STOCKMAN ON TRIAL FOR ATTEMPTING, IT IS SAID, TO MURDER FAMILY. Fulltoii. Mo., s, pt. 14. Charged with attempting to murder the inemheYs of the family of Kdwnr'd Mc Phot-tern, of ( oncord. Mo.,, w ith poisoned .chewing gum. .Jeff Woods, a leading stockman of tills county, w as placed 'on trial here today. Mc-FiitcletV children found a pack age of chewing gum In the yard and after chewin,; it became very 111. Phy sicians said they had been poisoned. At Wood's prelimlnarly hearing, Mrs. McPheeters testified that after the children bi-canie 111 she watched and several day later paw Woods throw into the yard a package of gum like that found there before. She said a chemist fouiul the gum coated with strychnine. The 111 feeling -between the Woods and McPheeteis' family, It Is said, grow out of a slander suit In which Mis. Mcllieeters testified against WikmIs. RECEPTION FOR GEN. BOOTH. London. Sept. 14. "GenerarWilliam Dooth was the central figure at a great public reception nl ven In London today to mark the termination of his evan gellstlc four of the United Kingdom. The tour was made in a motor car and occupied twenty-six days. Notwith standing his eighty-two years the ven erable founder and head of the Salva tion Army is looking forward with carer Interest to his coming visit to America. TAFT'S VACATION ENDS. Pevcrly, Mass., Sept. 14. President Taft's vacation ends today, so far as his stay at his summer home here Is concerned. Tomorrow morning, ac companied by. his secretary and the ever-present sH-ret service officers, be will motor Into P.oston and In the evening will depart from that city on lis 13.00(1-mil a tour to the Pacific coast and fwitk to Washington. ST. PAUL GETS TOURNEY. St. Paul. Minn.. Sept. 14. The di rectors of the International Howling association have awarded the 1912 1 tournament to m. raui. At least loo trains will bo entered this year, com ing from Chicago and other north western cities. Tiie tournament will begin on Feb. 11. I-itrles will be re ceived until midnight, January 26. ARE DIVIDED IN THtlR SUPPORT Sentiment of Governors f in Con ference Equal For Taft -and LaFollette. , NEWSPAPER POLL IS. TAKEN On the Democratic Side There is ,No Clear-Cut Sentiment Be tween Candidates. Spring Iake, N". J . Sept. H.t-A i ewspaper. jhjU of the .rUpublicn'n gov ernors here for tho govern. rs'. con fcr cnc as to' their preference for the presidential .nomination In 1312,. fthows they are about eoually divided between. Tart nd LaFolIott. The Toft supporter, am rlven .a.i Tenor. IM.; (lla-scott, W. Va.; Wilson, M'.; Hay. Wash.: and l'oil,l..r- i i The following are for IiFollotte: Mi-dovern. Wis.; Carey. Wyoming; Vesuey, No. Dak.; Stubbs. Kas.: Aid rich. Xeb. Governors Pass of New Hampshire and Hadley of Missouri are non-committal. The latter has himself been, mentioned as a ixssibo candidate'. r On tho democratic side. It seems' to bo pretty well agreed that up to date tho race for tho nomination is betweVn Wilson of New Jersey and Harmon of Ohio, who are- frequently together, and were seated side by sldo in noma of tho many photographs for which tho governors have Poh.hI. As between (ho two there seems to be no cleurcut sentiment, and most of the other dem ocratic governors will be equally well satisfied if either of th em U selected as tho iwirty's standard bearer. . , The convention hall was crowded to day In anticipation of an address by Dr.. Anna Shaw, ' president of the Na tional Woman's Suffrage association, but she did not, appear, before tha governors at tho appointed 'time. .. Airs. J. W. Branna of New ,Yirk, and Mrs. Abram Van Winkle, of New ark. N. J., made brief siw-eches. Governor Hedley Talks. j Governor Hadley of Missouri, spoke upon "The Right of the States to Fix Intra-State TraJIJc Hates." Ho spoke In part ui follows: "Tho question s to the right to reg ulate within their limits tho rates of transportation of railroad companies engaged In Interstate commerce, which is now pending before the. Suprtme Court of the i nlte.l state for deci sion Is, in nij pinion, one ,,f the most Important, If not tiw most important question with whUh that court lias had to deal In recent years. For tho oijea- tion of transportation la tho most im portant question of comnierco and, In fact, of civilization Itself. "The success or failure of alt effort for gain dojH-nds upon tho carrying of that which Is pro.im -id by buma.i bi bor from tho place hero' It Is of lltilrt or no A-aluo to a place? where it Is of a value suftlcien1 to eompensato for the cost of Its production. Approx imately one-third of tlie cost of every thing we buy represents tho ex-nse of transportation, and this question en ters as a controlling influence Into tho success or failure of every single, hu man life. Can't Trust Railroads. "Manifestly, it I thro-;-h the rail roads of the country that tho life hi .od of Its oommcrc,. flows. And tliose w'h have tho power, and. by virtue of tho power exercise the prlvlh-go of con trolling tbe means nnd determining th rates of transportation, Vive ih power and exercise the vrlviU "'' of le vying tribute upon tho labor and tbe frugality of tho peoplo , whom they serve. . And tho experieio . of tho Am- (Continued on Page 9.) MISS GIEVER IS MARRIED. Miss Minnie (llever, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Glover, of eighth street, was wedded this morning to'Henry J. Porth. of Milwaukee,' formerly of this city. The ceremony was performed by Itev. Ft. Itedo, in the Sacred Heart church. Following the ceremony a wedding lunth was served at the Glo ver home. Mr. and Mrs. Porth will leave Sunday for Milwaukee. wher they will make their home. The bride was born and raised here, and has hosts of friends In this community. MARRIED AT MARQUETTE. Word has been received In Calumet announcing the marriage solemnized this week nt Marquette, In which Miss Hose Mulligan of this t-lty became the bride of Clarence Johnson of that city. The event was a complete surprise t tho many relatives nnd friends of Mlsa Mulligan In Calumet as they wore un aware that the event was planned. Af ter a honeymoon at St.. Paul nnd Min neapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will make their home at Marquette. MUST SEND HER TO SCHOOL. Mlko Kandish of North Tamarack, waa arrested last evening and brought before Justice Fisher, charged with falling to send his flfteen-year-obl daughter to school. Kandish promis ed the court that she would attend school hereafter, and "h was dismissed on .iyment of the costs.