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THURSDAY, AUOUST 19, II2.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAOE THREE Hancock Department ! GRINNELL BROS. SHARE PROFITS Old Employes Taken in as Part ners in Company That the business ma.v be I" PpetU il I'd and I - I -ri -tl t ( Hi- va-t BJMOlMll ,,i advertising dona be aeelntalued wd fuHj " 1 hi1"", ii'' firm of Clrin? neil hidk., proasinent I'm more i tl.il t N Vtal'H ill tbg IIIUSlC busllle;-., of i don and Michigan, finds ii advto Hi,lo to make a c ha tags in form of own ershlp ami I:IS M " through Incorporation. i -1 in thi.s liiiK-, the buatni sj baa i ii , n .inducted as i'n Ui.iship, I. L. , i innell ami '. A. ( :i limed being i n . . i . owners. Both members of the fiim feel Hint they would like i be re lieved .mew lint t Hi'- grinding i -tiiiis of uncrating the busineoa Etad l, n c t : i k n ill I ii u ti 1 ! Of their old mill tried employe! the ones who I, ,vr dora ireei 'i' towurd mak ins tin- guelaeas what it is. 'i in board ,,f din - i"iv '" I. ' orlpin'11 i:-! i ,i, Hi . '. . ; ri ii 1 1 1 1 . vii pi i ridenl , A. A nrlnnell, ascend vi.e i i - i 1 1 nt. s. c. C'luik, secretary; bad c. I. Nye. p. urar II,' company will maintain the i, . 1 1 ; ii ;t"i ' i hi'' fjactorh in m i' in -nan ami Canada, witii the sesee man ii. .lingo wliii have been in charge for . i . L s a mailer of i'acl. men .'ill i'i m I'.iiiirular i hange in ha manage-hi-hi "f tli' business any when along, the lino. The .;iiiiali.ii mn in U v.'ai.niio i.f which f .'.nan .mm Is roipnann stock at I -1 . ".'""i to ! per ceirt preferred stock, all of a hli h. through tha Michigan I .v. Ih made nenaeecseble .111,1 noti-UiX-Rhlf. Nearly all of ihe at oek will be laid 11 over to tin director and em of tin- compan) , pi a small amount al the prefarhjfj Rtoclc, which will 1.1 offered 1 tin' public, ami. a no ' hit any in Michigan can lie organised "'iii mora preferred slock author toed II. an tWO Hinds "f Hi" ;.: 1 1 value m' ti i saeetal ac(uall) paid in. tins prefer .1 met) a ill i" 1 Rtori excellent In - vi Imont lor un.v "in Ii sit in-; a Mi adv in. 1. me. as ;ln ili nlend- will be paid four timefl a year. Tins corporation organized on rather Rip-p-p-p-p! Out Come Thousands of Dress Shields! B pi a aft er, Madame. You Are Goini; to Feel More "Comfy" Under the Arm3. oirK ai t adflk) box ol PRRHPI-Ni i ilit iwaj hi 1 In' (Irtiu stnr.'. anil ret ne 1 -iirpriH" . f ynr llfi-. It mean tho 1 1 i f 1 ! 1 1 Ii loli In i nolii'. Rm Rained OuwaK. Va Eforw irrn MiieMa, it rod t m PBRBPI n- i'kmspi-no Iteapi tha anaplti J" ; aa ' '1 and dry M other pari ol tba body. foi 'im war any weight ' thinsr. u in hot tutTy rooms, la a v i in thontro or daaai hail and netree "M r-pt r iUro in t ha nrin-pn . Ihaaolori m a colored n"w n will n vor run, Tho 'lothalU ni'vrr aade, t?1 stiiT from pet Kpimtlon titid than r.t and tearand ruin "nrKown at tha arm pit . Ni'V ' mm ' No atora railing bpoiareai hleldtikn ropri on tier the arm-. PRR8Pi-NO Is H 'i itaiitfui txiwrii r, abaoltitely aafe for vpryhody, and n"vcr harms any fabric. ' a wmvl- r. Ti.v It imc-. ami l" COB- in -i ll. V"ii appl H With pad, which is packedj with every 1kx. Batlsttetloai or moaap imclc. 1 RRHPI-lfO Is lor anlo at vonr drag oist's at S60 a box, or aeat dtreot, on recclp- 1 prli c. by tha IVt -po I n., i7IO Lincoln AcvChrcaOi Oh Well, You l . - i.'i-r - ?T we A.', l'si.' i " an 1 K vi ia mch i.: :t I w.'v cu ! i ' ' '-' C ' ' rt'oua'H T pnnAt. TMEV vVERb CinTIN TOO Tf Ut-NO ONE TKCRC'S SOMA' TlN('. N THI' cegtfRK eerwjaJjl- h c? uahjM Imini, n 1 tilt.n. nu ' water-' h1 " ail. , , apitajha d, and If It win in, 1 ,,r 11,.. t... 1 la, , ,W(, , ininai aaraera win i,0 tm tht) vaaf of a urt-at majorlt) of tin- st... k 'i vMinld hae I.. 1 11 11. . . stars l(, arrive , 'l gant actual valuation 11I Ih" Ki"d will, whii b in. ana that tin I. month would have brouKht more In taah from Blaan thun 11 waa taken over rm- lj ihe m w oomiMiai ami paM toy 11. lack; That Meaara. I. I., and t'. A. 1 IrlaaaU lak pa) whotlj in stock bg their bjtaraal in the bualnagg, would 1 nai-iy aaubllah ii aa ili adgi in char 1. ter. Tha directors alone own Uurw 'Ulallels nl I I MUa a IJ Of Which w ill be imitl li.i in cash. NoRg will lu placed to ii.. paid rm- n ,m the praiita ' 1 the liii.-im .s but each share dis pogt ii "i v ii: rapregi nl full amount ' ash i I id in. i.nnmii Broa, have lor yaon been Ihe laiKtht iihihi- linn.se iii Mlchi'KiMi, and ale.) one "i tha rarj largeal reta I muaia arganlxationa in the. wqrM, ami to pi rctiati .such an m gnniy.atlon WUa uodoubtehl the Ural dut) ol the own era of the bnalneaa. The aama ppUclea whi. h havt in en InatrtttnontaJ In th developfltcnl aad lucceaa the bual heaa win ba euntlnwad and Uatpru'ved w herever poaalble. Qrtnnell Broa. kaaga amounta in over I3.60,04 p, 1 annunti ami tin mw orga n laatloa nus a rgn bright future. CITY TO BUILD SEWERS INDEPENDENTLY OP QUINCY BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS TAKES ACTION ON A NUM BER OF MATTERS. Tigr board of pahtlc areata of the UH) .11 iianeocK m n: a meeting last j 1 senilis ami dlacuaaed a nunber of matter pertaining 10 improvements in a 1 mis parta or tin- city. Manager Biodkl) reported thai in- had conferred wiib Manager Lgtwton f the Qutncy Mining company relatlva to the aaweP bag nt tin- bilkctde Btreetg, ami it had in en foe ad tbai ii" ,i"ini action ceald hi' taken. It was Ih-reforc decided that tha 1 ity should act Independently ant' that it will be necessary le eli-Miluie a petition asking for the bnproveaaenl gafore tin- ooonell gouM In- able tn take any action. Mr. Btookly reported the purchase i.f a len-inch sate valve ami a len- loeh i-beck rarve for tin- water works Btatiog and said that he had been obliged t" make the purchase In a liur- rg il- asked tin- board to approve the purchaee, wblcfa was done ac Derdlagty. The mailer of Installing water me ters throughodl th" entire dty was disciiMsed but m action was taken. Al -i r thjg twentieth of the month, how ever, all consumers outside (he city tlmlta mual provide meters. There wax also si.me iliscussimi of 'a plan tor having the water rales all charged I.. property owners Inatead ni tenanta, but mi aCtlOtl was taken. j The general nuiniiRer wa- aulhor gad !i replace the old and Wornottl cahMnlae water pipe on Raltroaul ave nue v;th a six-inch east irmi ptpOt aa recemmended by Mr. Btockly tn the eitiinell at lis recent meetliiK and re rerred by that body to tin board "f public works. DR. SCHOLLER TO ATTEND. Optometrist to Lecture at American Optical Meeting. Dr. i. Bcholler "i Maaeoch win have 1 a Saturday lor Chteagjo b attend Ihe annual convention of the American Optical aeeociatiofl at which ha will glye a lecture on "Phychological fac tins (hat enter into ami mfluenbi tli proper ttliiK ana k:i tisfnetory wear ing of glaaaea." Ir. Scholler Is .1 member of the a It ntiftc aactton "i Lha aaociatloBi The convention will open mi Monday ami continue during the entire e et k, The annual plctilc Of the Ham nek 1 n i in in Lutheran thurch w is held ;"- day at the White C. leavlnn nil tin intern. lib na and Ihe plea.,nle liirce Pllgl im. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Ml Kindles a, id child have returned from i VNRI w ith r latlveg as Mgaejuejtta Qan't Expect Father's Relatives ' ,- ii 1- . ..R ' i.Hl I k : 'M'ffMTt- R T i' MH i ifrN -..Rl- TMr. CiiT .Wti-c an' MV5Tentov time tekvi n-S.v.P. V s.ncie : HGS '( V (l vAONbfii HAT) 1 t - i i yvV-V mi 5 WW GRAND AERIE OF EAGLES REDUCES INITIATION FEE OFFICIALS OF ORDER PUT BAN ON GAMBLING IN THE CLJB HOUSE. Th band Aerie of K.tlca has just cloaed lis 1 unenllou 1 Okrv aland, .. with one ol the btst SCBslollS tiliit or der has ' er held. Tin- Baglaa' gtaUld Aerie decided ,i reduce iin- Initiation Ike, rutting the minimum from IM lei W, ami tin- max iiium I mm "o to $'-.. a reci.miii' miatit n by the cegggaKlct thai there shall be go UmlUattect on the MUnber "i uerics In ona city, the number in in- regumtcd by the grand worth) pi .-.-iiient, is being eoiasl dared. Heretofore, aeries bae been himitad to one fn each city, no matter what the sl.e of the ( ilv. The grand aerie pul the oflltjRl ben i'ii gambling of all forma in aerie r liouaea, The following were ebctid rund of Ih els lor Hi ensuing ar Orand Worthy pree4dent, RIIUam J, bfelHM n, Pittsburgh. Orand worthy rice prealdent. Thorn is J, f gran, linchanati. Qraad worthy scciet.-uy, John s. ! 'arrv , San i rkncleco, Oread worth) iigasuiai. VrajjaaTicfe J, KugTheg, V"iikei, .. y. Qraad truatagg. Jaraea P. Keiit, Cleveland; Pred C Msiave, taaven port. Id : .1. im .1. itnhi. Btaaaford, t'onn.; Conrad ML Maun. MDwaukee, WlB. Grand worthy chaplain. William L, lileaaon of Savannah, ;a. KNIGHTS OF KALEVA. Copper Country Delegation Will Leave Next Monday for Convention. Tin- Menniel oooventtea of the Knlgbtg of Kaleve w ill be held at a . 1 1 tabula. The (ji-iind lodm ulllcers frtni tin- can per country will I ears Mosulay to attend. Tin parts will r,, py rail to SI Ignaee and from there will take a boat fee Cieveiaad, entrejsntng again im- Ashtabula. Tk PgaR country delegates prill not leave until Augual SS, The gtand lodge ofdOgrjl n In ad vance as tin v have a ltd of prelimin ary decree and other work to com- plets The grand lodge ofllcers who will have toui here are: I'as: 1 r mil pr si d nl - K. K. Ki uka, Pelneedale. Qraad preelden t Charldi i.ampi. Montana, Qraad vice preeldafji 3harlea J. To H'ln 11, Ifanoofik , tiiand Becreiary Werner N'ikander, Manoo Hl Qrasjal treaauref Cbarlas Balgslaesi. Montaaa. dr. Mcdonald to leave. Will Go Abroad to Study. Dr. Fitcher Wdl Succeed Him. Announcement was made vi'sler.biy I iii' rei ignatloa of Dr. K, I Mi Do pa Id, phyaldag in chief at the Qotn cv, who win leave m. Qctagst 1. iii succeeaer be Dr. a. i- Piaeher f Iliibbtll. Ir. McDonald 1ms keg ehlei phyeiciart or the Qjuiac) Mktiefl tempany Im- 111 teen icur- gad M re -ognl'td as line of H e leading nra li lloneis ol the state lie resigns with ihe intention "I n"in" abroad fur a courne of Study, ami meanwhile hi.-. family will live in Detioit Dr. Ptscher. who le to succeed him. i. nc of the leading phyeiclnna of the County and Ik Widely known outshh 'f tl-is aection b) reason of his active work in the anti-iubt reul isi.s m ve nient. He is a graduate .1 the 17R1 ver-iiv of Michigan, and for several rears wan assistant physician at the iuiii'-v, under the late Dr. Downer, snbaequentl) moving tn Hubbetl in IS1 to be phv.-i.ian nt the QulBC) Gentle and Sure You, also, should give ap proval to this efficient family remedy your bowels will be regulated so surely and safely ; your liver stimulated ; your digestion so improved by BEECH AIMS PILLS Sold errrwbr. la bo.r. I0c.. 25c. JWL-LL , iF VJf AP,K 'OomC. 0 THA'. S1fi ib i oy( to Wi At s 1 A 1 ' HAiji AN i-IAVCN-i ANV) CULL UlT ILL UVC To )Nr BE ' I H t R l U Tl CIA', san s : THlN' TO DO WIT4 THAT ' f i; T.J nC '? ' nulls, lie ih a getgeher el Hi- Hougfl ton Vount Metllcal Sociel tin St ;t .ml tin Mmrb aii Midi, il Aaaot la liona, .md t the Houghton Count) ,n t. Teb"ti-i.liela innletv. II.- is reaarl ed a. i a mual Mfbl) 'luaiit'nd arid ag perlenced phaleian ami Ins nolectiuti as ih.- succecner of in. McDonald nie.'s with general approval and cx pi i - si. ins ol sa , isf.n t ,..i, I e M. Dmi -aid s departure will be greatly regret ted by member of the mod I al profee slon, lv whom he is held in the huh eat esteem. SAYS SEEDS ARE GOOD. Tin Hceda furnish' d l.i-t spring by the government ate ill light, and soma excellent sropa ni garden stuff have been raised from tin in b) local sardencrs, aceeedsag i" the testimony of Mai; Meeaa, win. m tin reclpkaal of aonp- id the aeeds distributed gratia by I'm le Sam through 'oiigressinan H. () Young. Mr. Moula says that he has grown some of tin nt st corn, let tuce and peas, and would exhibit some at Ihe lair, but he hasn't the time to attend 10 It. BLUE SOX TOMORROW. The fvlkhart BfUl Si; will plav tl.e Hancocks tomorrow afternoon at the driving paftt, and the in; n-.i should attract a good tUTnoul ..I local ball fane, as few (ggaortunitiea of inning good gann's have been aflordaai this seaaun, eape.'laHy since tin- disltand ment of the copp t . innlry leaejtsa The Hancock players an- in fine form ami a gmai faft mat. b la anticipated, Hie Klkharts being a stiopy aggrega tion that If putting up some One ball with various northern .Michigan (cams. HWWMM-r'H4W HANCOCK BREVITIES .;v..;..;..j..;. .;..;..;;.. -; Miss Jeaeti Bradley, of Oconto, Wis. returned bosag pea tarda) at tee a three weeka' visit at the home of Mr. aim Mrs. George -. SI, card. Bar! Tlltoe has returned i" hism-im at Qreen Uaj alter a visit at the Inmn nf his brother, H. K Tl ton. Char les i ! issrii na- ! ft lor his in me in New icrsey. He came here b week or .mi ago to attend the funeral Ol bis mother, Hie late Mai --an t (lei-sen. Mis. Qtorge Qardincr and son, who hav In en visiting at tin h une of MM, Jam Mel tan have bft to return to their home at Wichil i. Ka tc i - John Thai rian of tin- Quinoy was kicked by a horse on Tuesdav :n the tiiilm v barn, sustaining a fracture ol the law for which be was treated al St. .1' s ph's hospital. r:angement.M have been made in have Kai.in i,e!k,ivitz of Dulutl) de liver '.he .iedl -at u v address :tt the new Jew ish B) nagogue en Seplember I. Itabbl Lefkovtts gave tin- addi'gss gj the corneratona laying on Ma) The annual hiimliv school picnic held at Mlecti lc park v ( stertlav by Hit children i f Ihe Methodist Church am. their Stdl 's was alt' tub-d b a , OOd crowd and the da;, was spent pleasant ly notwlthetafndfng the cold air. n loaueel will be heM this evening in the iittkii of .Ins. ice runkov into the death "1" John !' i' is. who Was found dead tn a stall at the Kencrson slabbs mi Tuesday afternoon. The funeral ol Patera was behl ihis aRernocn, with services at the lute hqmo of thi de ceased ami Interment at Lglteold et metery. The Inlant .-on o." Mr. ami Mis. yraak Wlllg died laal night and the M end look place this aftaraooa inter ment nelllg in I ... vi side eemelerv. The Congregational Teau liar g con ference l.cld last . veiling Was well at tended ami ib. program carried OUi In its tntirety The various paperi were miich appreciated am' the mu sical numbers received enthusiast!' encores. The Ural healing of creditors in tin case of X. J. Siayman, bankrupt of Hancock, takes place today before Referee in Bankruptcy U. T Looney. Mr SI iv in in formerly Ooad.ucted the orient live ami ten ent store mi yuln- Sy Street ill Hancock, and the value ol the slock Is listed al seven hundred do liars. The sale of Beats f"r Margaret II- Ifaggton's prtductlon "Kin lUneT' win i. Pen Saturdav morning at X u' lis k at the Kerredge stnr-. The plav wii; appear at tin- Kerredgi theater n gust If, and will mark the op in. 4 of the fan bo anon at the local play house. The fart that Mis hlHtigl n is an actress of sin-h rcognized ;.bil- I ly and prominence will aeaure a orowded house. to Know It Till frjv 5Wf jAv iWtn jvvr )oMM I 1 bH i ,) RENT I r4AT I -1 4 .AM r - ' a .eWk . 0 " ' $3nMHl 1 I M M. mm r is . -T II I mm TORCH LAKE LAKE LINOEN COUNCIL HOLDS REGULAR MEETING MANY IMPORTANT MATTERS DIS PENSED WlTH-TAXES COM ING IN SLOWLY. a regular oeeetteg the IdMkc Lin den common council waa ht Id laal i vening. Raglnear C. B. m. 0raig rec. asnmended thai aetlmuti M i of the paving contract, gggountlag to IM4.42, ant! due rontradtdf liouglaa O. Tabor for work on I'alumel street) be paid. The KOUnCll acted r.l -i .l aibi . The council talked over Hie propo sition brought In their attention aev STEM, months ago in which a rop .se I athletic oraanlrajdog asked tin- privl , ,i iing thS i lt hall. The DUO rl decided it would be unwise togr.up ihe perftdoion. Clerk Sttdtes reported thai the wall r tagaSJi also pi' im nts on vyIter met-is installed. Were coming in very satis factorily. Tin warrant .1 Treasurer A. Qall. peau f"t' the collection of village taaas was extelidi d 1 1 . September 1 ." to pi r- mit aii deBnojuentg in pa ttffc The council forsaall) accepted tin line 11 b Z. foet .itm raan (lag w !m li Presldeal . P, Heldlfamp preecated t-- the village. Tn. street aommltsec reeeenmeniled the ronatructleei " roncreta aralka in man., pu ts of the vlllaSE WEbDFD TH!S AFTERNOON. Well Known Hubbcll People United by v. Bsgnall. Miss Carrie Axford and Thomas A Pet era. both of Hubbcll, were united in marriage t 1 o'clock this afternoon at the heme "I the briib's sister, Mrs. a. Lord, Hubbelk, The cereenon) r b performed bj Rev, Pt rieric Baajnall, 1 astor oi tin- Cotutregatloaal church, in the nrreence of a large number of Invited guest Ti e bride was attired m w hite siik ami Bhs carried bouqut i of roses. She was attended bv Miss oilic Lerd, w ho wore white embroider) and cuil led pink carnations. Samm ! ...iii oi Mohawk acted aa beat man. SUFFERED EVERYTHING For Fourteen Yearg. Regtored To Health by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Klprin, III. "After fourteen years of Buffering- everything from female com plaints, I am at last restored to health. " I employed the bost doctors and even went to tho hospital for treat ment and was told there was no help for me. But while tak ing Lydia E. I'ink ham's Vegetable Compound 1 began t" improve and I continued itsuse u.itil I was made well. " Mrs. tUBOH LMUWK k;, 743 Adams St. Kearneysville, W. Va. "I feel it my duty to write and say what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I sutTered from female, weakness and at tir .as felt so miperablo I could har.lly endure being on my feet. "After takirg Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and following your special directions, my trouble is gone. Words fail to express my thankfulness. I recommend your medicine to all my friends. " Mrs. G. P. Whittinuton. The above are only two of th" thou rnnds f grntef il letters which are con stantly being recived by the Pinkham Medicine Company of Lynn, Mass. .which show clearly what great things Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comimund docs for those who suffer from woman's ills. If taj want special adiice wrilo to Ljdia V.. I'I nk ha 111 Medicine Co. rconfl denliall Lynn, Mas. Your letter will gg opened, reiid and answered gj a uomuii and held iu strict coiilldcuce. if - WM cr rc rafTN L Wt DtfN ,' Wr. '.L i Tc pwy .;iAxf. A . - Wst Mf ' .V Pf 7 I w: WHAV THA R S.V.I'. STANDS FCH 'V on Vs) rooR ini, WHO MAVC J f .... BC T- THAI I JfJ I D l'l"l J y,s .V.P. 6CMK c-'ONNtLTiONV TTH THAI' ' r I'LL Pn r N.v I T MEANS - R&NTEnCuas .L After ihe rsrcgggBi im- gMggfsesa the e adding part) wen- ogjtertalaed at a dinner, a large ausagef partaking ol lie- 1ne.1l. Mr. and Mr. Peters .v 1 i re ip ems of a large number ..I ,ietiy gifts frogs thsM friends. TRey wdl make 1 hell home in Hubbcll. where the gl 00111 , 1 1 1 1 j III) 1 d. MIS ROSE IN LEAD. Successful in Winning the Pnze of 200 Fre Votes. Mi - l-.'lsie Rose, leader in the Hub bell l.agle diulllolnl HOg cnllttsl OUI'lv 111 tin- week, still maiataina tin lead, Sin was Hie most sij cestrt'ul COO I sl ant this '.i'i-'. and won the jmi psjfaal offered as an IndU' ement to tin com tea tan ta, Tin- present standiajpi this morning was as follows: Mis.s Klsie Hose r.l'o.' .diss Pisa beta. Veiimer . ....... (jirl Mls; Clara Mollhen u.lon Miss Joeepblue Peraeault ui The gills have but until Saturd I) evening in which to work as the con test will close at thM lime Tin olb SskJ 1 ni.nt will lt nia'K- in opal's ball, and the aaccgggfRt contestant fr tt unltm imaa ami the wlnm.- of tin iot diaaoond ring announced. HIKE BY BOY SCOUTS. Lake Linden and Hubbell Organize tion Will Take Trip. Tha bo) scouts of the Torch lake patrol will have their first hike" fc-at-nrda.v afternoon in charge of .-' oul .Master John lit bbard. The Luke Lin den SCOUtS Will IIICCl .11 1 o'eloi-k "It First street and man h to Hubb-ill, WhatS Hit two by tiena will Join forces and begin their tramp to the aagpdl. Bach boy will take a liim h, tin arriving at their dt stinatloti a program of sports and other Internet ing features wHi be enjoyed, vi : gums will be taken from the manaai if the organisation. Kami tving is a pari 1 I the bo.v scoutar training, ami lopi. afe t" be t. ken uloi.g for t h id purpose, so that practice mav be 11. dulged. Tin- boys anticipate having very ptenaani afteraoon and cwning OUR BOYS' CLUB DANCE. Will Take Hce Saturday Evening n in the Opal Hall. The nieml. -is ol Our Hcv 's clnb of Hubbell will hold a dam ing party next SatUI lav . veiling in opHl'a hall, and Hart's orthestra has been engaged I 1 plav the lame mUBic. It Is. expected there win oca larga crowd pr eat at and the megaberi "f the dub guaraatci tin a friends ; good time. It will be at this party that the Band report of the diamond ring con teal arm be an nounced. 4- TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. Miss Bemlca Krause of Hor.ghton is spending a few days hare OS Hie guest of gar COOSine, H i- Misses Prince. Ti morrow evening the C .lurnet .V rleeta band win render another open .ni- con. ei tait 'nledonla park. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Peill Harnv is in xaiubviile m!i "Yates l or omen." Blum be 1 iti s has been pandirsi purt of her Vacation ill Colorado. liiarlis Maj'.r's novel. "A PoreBl Hearth," has been dramat hwd. Katharine Kaetrei lias been added to ihe east of HThe Ne'er Do Well." Mizi Ha In-, the Hungarian star, is having :t new piece written for her. Alphonse I'ihler has been engaged for the role of Siiiblen In "An Aziec llomam e." (Trace Crlsvvohl has been engaged Ity William A. Brad) lor a part in "Sls- ters of i-'i'iii'." PAixhail Deingerfleld, Jr.. has sold a plav called "Mta" to Mra Leal is Car ter, who will produce it in N'-w York. Donald Mr an w ill begin his aeaaaoll In ' Tin- Sit. n" in S. -'ti mber In pa ramber he win appear in "The Mar- ringe Marke t." Allied Butro Is coming to this "un irv to be present at the opening "f John Drew in Sutro's play. "The Per plex 1 Hash md." Ceil li im-is. formerly stage man ager of ' Tht Spring Maid." has tin toned 1 Ihreg act musical play, em. tied Prim ess Mr.ramas i." Charles Dillingham has enrag. 1 the gated dancer Lynta Loupoukowa fat the company in which Klsie .fan is a !! r t I iOrRAMlV1 r.r- Tkr in t ' ' ANV il I Tfci-L VOW WHA7 - v 1 j . IT r-i evrn , rfMHi Mt.tK.51 no VAlUAJl fR6 MM J 1 I ' fjp rr kind' V" "V"V I OF TI4EH Vfc IMPLV I wom' 1 ...v Tn I Vj i V TM vi : ' . ,J l! M : ,A ti r ill OOHICT'O. ai We are showing a large line of the Newest Styles in Fall Suits Also a big assortment of Medium Weight Coats in the newest plaid black mixtures. We advise you making an early selection. VERTIN Floor BROS. be sinned with Montgomery, Stor.e and Joseph t'awthorm. ay erne ami f uaaehnr win have tJarei !:..s. Maid'' . inSPaBEV I "tie in .New York, .me for tim Kast ami a thirtl f.T the Pat ib. 'oast. "The laccnspaUbtea,' by Flmund BreteS gad Annie Btei hi Mi hardson. waa prudufctl by a stock eonrpany In New Jersey reeentlv. Mr. llrecse Is pla ing tlm leaning role. 'm of tin- leading attractions of tho fall season in the Shubcrt theatre will be the wordless gig SumurLii." With the original 'brmun Bast, Isadora Duncan has been promised bit: backii g to build 1 theatre in Carls I dwanl 1 ba-ion 'raiu tin son of Ki lt n Terrv, being EEtaT gated kg Up mai ler. kjtoajreaj C, T ler, Baaaragjiaaj member of the Lilder company, has returned from Ihirope with new pie ye for viola ARaR, William T. Hodge and II. li. Warner. Mai tiia Mi ilmai . a wed.::h a lies, is to be liaillnK lad' with J din Ma son, in Hear) Bernatetn'a play "The Attack." She has n er ait..: m t tii tmint. v befort . W. II. Thompson will present the comir.g gaaaon in vaudceiak idaiet entitled " n l . i". ! Lesson." It la by an Ragbag author, and ra been given in ' n i ui ReSMtS K H'.v. who has been a great unas in I. on I"? das b-en engaged by Winthrop Anns for "Jum Mad ness." in which iiedwig Rettiher is t have tne leading role. By F. Leipziger I I MJC uunut M I