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HI OALDHET HIWI
DAVIS CASE HAS
Interesting School Legislation Is
Concluded at Escanaba
The toil chapter in one of the most
intcreetlng please ef achool litigation
that has v,'r arisen l" lh, HW pes
Inaula was (Britten el BSPannhg laei
,. eek when the MKmaabu school board
, 1 1 i.-.i with P Dsvle Wi claim for
. inta(ii baCSSSe tlM hoard in BpJ
loiated the K i in i of a contract e ii ii
i I,, .ini pMecd another rum in charge
, i hf psennnha pchoola.
Ml. Imvis, Wlio fOtttlOriy WM lli"
, i ml Ii lid. Ill I'l" I In MUfW
schools and BfhS is BOW engaged In
ihr- inaurnnce business, brought null
I , , i il.niviiji'K on tin' hnsiv hi h!s .--iii-
iract, and Ihe 'use w.is triad before
judge took 1 1 ii'im iiic jury be
lli an reel with the contention
, uttorneya for the i hool board
it was iiualnst public polli v for
, board to make a contract running
beyond the terms of the membera
making ii. a v:,s done in the cam of
i hi contruet held by Mr, Do vis, and
that, therefore, the contract waa void.
ini tin' advice nf bii attorneya am:
In response in tin- urging of i roatlnent
educators who Insisted ihnt the point
i olved was pun nt groat Importance!
i, i iiic profession, Mr. David tooh the
,- ;.i itn- supreme i rti is ni-
unai ordered the eaee i" be re tried,
taking the. position, ihnt .indue I'lanm-
i! chould nt have taken ii In.m
H i- jury. The contract was. lacking
rraud, sufficient, the supreme court
ttcid, and Mr. bavin was entitled i"
.. a detertninn t Ion of damages.
Tiie settlement of the case provided
that Mi'- Dnvls shall In- paid $1.11111.
n-hich will Mdudtf his attorneys' feed
and COStS This rahl is onl) a small
part i'f what in' would hnvc received
under the disputed contract, bul Mr
Davie lias all alonic contended that he
s n.it run-, erned so much ahoiit
damaged as hi' was Sboill tin- prlnct-
: ii- Involved, IPurthermnre lis would
have been usable in ahow that hla
constant emp laymen l si a school man
had been Interfered with by the board's
action tin a shmt time sfter the KM
rannha trouble in- was offorad the pa
per! n tendency of th Boo schools,
which in declined tu nccept, preferr
ing to remain in tin' Insurance imsi
ness The I rouble betw en Mr. i a is ami
Bnonnnhs school board had huh
i elation in his ability as a school man
hut was largely tin- outgrowth n!
school board politics
TO GIVE CONCERT PROGRAM
Y. P. C. A. to Entertain Soon
nish Lutheran Church
conoeii program win in- given ia
.. parlors f th" nnnish luthenn
church the craning of Oct, ." by the
v.'iiiiur PsoptVs Christian' association,
The program wUI ie given in conne -i
"ii with the dedication f the new
plana recently Ina tailed for the use ol
iiii- society, Officers were recently
i h i ted ny foltOWS:
President "Andrea Karpnlnen,
v ii p president U, Halmlnen,
s. n rotary- v. Ueinonen,
Trensnrw I art i lamberg,
Kecrstnry to tin treasurer E.
1 1 rganint M ilds Lntva
ALLOWS FULL CLAIM.
Marshall - Butters Employe Is Given
Damages by Industrial Board.
'aivin it. Oronna, an employe uf the
Marshall -Butters sawmill at L'Anse,
was awarded full ctalm for damages
ihr state Industrial board at i
hearing :it Mass "iiy Saiurday. OraggS
a in rocelvs oornpenntion In full Iron
Ihe time he was Injured until Friday
GO RIGHT AT IT
Fnends and Neighbors in Calumet
Will Show You a Way.
i lai at the pool uf the trouble,
Rubbing an ashing be k ma) relhrra
BUl won't BUrs it if Ihe Kidneys .hp
reach the runt uf a UM
i id nay a.
Bench the on Use; relieve the pain.
Begin at um e wiih 1 1. 'ail's Ki.lm J
Ktt recommended hy thousand
Hera is a statement from ' Hough
Thomas McOutre, I2S Albion BU
Itoturhton Ifleh , - "Se en yeari
ago I began taking Dona's Kidney PiUa
when I was sutTerina ffOfg baekgi In
ami other symptoms of kWkoaj com
plaint. This renn dy n BSVWJ nn
1'ii.inptly and I have fttftCS advised
main- other kntm r suff ran tu give it
1 trial, ! willingly allow the publica
tion uf this st.it. ni.iii "iiii ot' gratitude
1. r Ihe ggmH I hnVi had. I have
never gad a ptgn uf hhlncy oonplnlnl
Pgr sal,- hy all dialers. F'r:." M
cents. Foster-Mllhurn Co., B id !
Mow Yurk. lots RgOntl fm' 'he t'nited
BsuisuUmf the noma Dean's and
take no other f Advertisement
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
At tht nsw
PtOPLEs DtPT. STORt
4J5 417 Fifth St.. near P.ne S.
C ALUM PT. MICH
Sl per Cent Of Ih
in-n-ari. r mini i. ,-
re iv-d injuries whin. !
1 amnsnv whi.-ii
win ii 111 a OOn ussloti i,' Ih
'''I n Heat,-,! l.v
pnysn .an- for the several
in. .nt i..'.. The
ompanv, through An.
I'a.Mi.- of Chi 1...1 .. .'
ws a maligncf snd was nut
fustly . nun.
I ! romuenaai ii.n i 'i.-.i
f the State Industrial
I". I'll U; ,, ,
PASTOR ARRANGES PROGRAM
Rev. Polkmuhorne- to Give Talks at
Rev, Polktnghorne of the Pewahtc
M' th list I :plscopa ehprch has ar
ranged a program of subjects tu be de
iivered ai the n id-week ssrvicos at
i is rhurch, The general subjects will
hi' "fttudics in th,. (:,,si.i ,.r IaKm
ami th.' tonics for the different w.'kn
k?t. Th. lacarnatiott of the i -vim-
Oct, IS The Witness ..f lohg th"
Oct, If 'in ist's WfmA Dlerlples
Oct, e Christ's Pirst Miracles,
Nov, J Th.- Becrst Dtsdpla
Nov, : The Samaritan Convert,
NOV, I Th i. Neman's Wi ak
Nov, 18 The House (,f Men . v.
Nov. SO The Divine Claim of Jesus,
Dec. v Feeding the Multitude,
I'n. it Tin' Bread of Life,
l" .1 Th.' Water of I. il'i'.
Dec, H Th.' Light uf Ufa,
TAKES BRIDE AT QUINCY.
Miss Lottie M.irtin and W. J. Samp
ion of Ironwood Take Vows.
Tin marriage of Miss Lottie Martin
uf Qutney and William .1. Sampson ..I
IronwDod was soiemniaed at the Pawn
Wc m. k. church Baturday afternoon
lj Rev, s. Polklnghbrne, Miss Jennie
BieiTin, a sister tin- hnoe, was
bridesmaid and Thomas Bampson was
l. "M in in. Mrs. Kai lift in.- Bree playi
the wedding march,
Th.- bride was a member uf the sal
staii it nartners store ana v.. is popu
lar in Hancock social circles, Tin
groom, previous to a month was
resident of Qulncy and he has elnct
resided at Ironwood, A wedding dln
gar was served at the boms of the
bride's pan iis sfter which they left for
their home in the Iron ceuntrj -
Well Known Young People Married
John i 'pi, Jr.. "f Hancock and
Miss Bhn Monette of Houghton were
married Baturdaj evening nt IslO by
Bev, Crosby, pastor of the llrat Math
,,disi ICplscopal church Hancock,
The groom was Attended h William
ipii' and Miss CoTC Mofiette was
John !' -If . is uin
lu st known youns men si
Hi- is a popular Hotighl
.I Miss Mon
in uiii. The
young people havi
best wishes of
SPEAKS AT MILWAUKEE.
i r. Rat benas HaHer, noted rsbhi,
author, S' hoiar and conwnunal leader
of Xew fork, PhUadelphte ami Mlchl
inn, ami whu is t" tensporaril) iiii the
position nf rabbi at Tempi.' Jain!.,
Hancock, delivered an Inspiring id-
ill-ess mi "Moses and Mis Kin" at 111'
Jewish synagogue Milwaukee Bat-
urda) and B lay afternoon, The ad
dress attracted prominent Jews fi 1
Milwaukee snd atnt r WTIsoonsln cltiee.
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED.
ai a re. nt mcstHig uf tin- Pinnish
Phrmera Mills company, the following
Officers weie eh . led :
president John KUnfcthv
Vise president -William Johnson,
Becretar) Matt Maria nw
Treasurer and general mananer
BEGIN WORK ON GYMNASIUM.
('. n.ivis. contractor, begun this
morning renovating the gymnasium of
,,. s, p . , ah nf the First Methodist
,,ual Church. A er rvuttm
WOOden sides will h. placed in the
Bhower hstha win be lasts lied.
RELAY OLD CORNERSTONE
Masons Conduct Same Ceremony as
Attended Event Century Ago
Boston, Mass.. Boot, The cor
ncrstone of Mary's Bpiseopsl
church ..t Mawton Lower PaBa, near
this eitv. whirl, was original!) laid IB
tst;t was reiald todaj under aipro
,,ri;,t,. ceremonies ami In the presence
thoaaands uf vuttori avm w-w-
ther Cities ami ibwim i"
,f the state.
Marys was Ihe I it's! BplSCOpUl
, hni' h
New U'll. TH'' i uimieK.il
v ,v nrn.ini.eil in
1M: and in me
,i... rinri i linn h was
low ins 1 1 ! .
The corimrstone was MM bj the
lodae of Masons ( Maseachuactta aa-
Kilted hy the
I!, .'. BtlV
Metidlsn long -
when the old church
M' . . , I ,1,
tliiiri'iiUii re.iau.-... ....
nid cornerstone was
i...v iMiia&ming the
(alien ullt and the
,i,i records exam-
""v! ,.' .eremnny todaj th.- eornef
mass, was roMM bj iha
Which laid -h ttTlnal rrnorajmja
" v:. i
nti I . re v in
, pi i"n
the surviving fCTUSBT re- tuts
1 1,.. i in a
j deilm addresses.
Cgg! rurrhasrs hy Kr'Pt were
fariu tin fmir months
U mn. during
, , kn 1 (if and 1
t, r ,'spnnuiiis 1
1 inn i"
he rcot" it"1
HANCOCK HIGHS TAKE
FAST GAME FROM CALUMET
TRICK PLAYS EFFECTIVE AD
VISITORS WIN SCORE
IS 13 TO '
The Hum k i.iuh sets
tented the Cslumei kuha .,
I layed hum of football bi
11 la at ih.' Bad Jhc-Iuh
Haiiuda utlcrm. "ii
The star of the xaini' v. as .;
batata nf the ITagoock i u
as r -i onslbis io mast at in
Knlns i alumal i ad no stars,
i apt i .n Puhek did sum
; lunging, Jans mads
saooll 'nt lins
m voral good
IWuwit k a ii
quarterback run.- and
veral forward asses,
I h" i ahum l team was h 'ii. r than
th.- visitors and Hnnaoelt wan uu.rif
gala conalsti ally seant a 1 1 1
Idgys mi snd rues h) McOlyna. Cnl
unset pained muck grngnd. ssporlslly
through the Una, but tine plays tried
nssr Hsnoach'a goal were ssmarsHy
Ai the in ginning uf iha lame Cain
'in i rushed the ball lata Hancock's
territory ami kept It there must of
iiii' first lull. Toward the end of the
period, howevtr, Hancock hesan m
gain hi a trick pass which (bay work
I several times before Calumet woke
Tin' Bret touchdown, which was
made b) McQlynn 'as the result
this play, Anthony, Hancock's hit
nil, ia down in the gram unnoticed
by th" Calumet players ami whan the
haii wis passed. Jumped up snd caught
it, tna!iiiK a hmg RSln, This pfat was
iiii.ii because there wsra only six
men mi the iiii. of scrimmage sfter
Vnthniiy dropped back, inn the niii
rials din nut n. iii. this.
Toward the end m the half, Han
cock ii ui the hail on bar own goal line
mil Anderson, Calumet's right guard,
stopped a pla) behind the line, soor
mg a bsfety, counting two points for
in the third quarter, Haw ock w rk
I Hi.' side-line trick for the second
touchdown, Pretending in Inks the
haii around the left end, Man in turned
suddenly, found a hole through Cslu
mil s k ft tackle ami ran iiunn the
side- line for a touchdown,
in th" fourth quarter, Calumet made
a tnni'hduwn fulli.wiiiK ImiK K.iins hy
Puhek through the line am' a prett)
torwnrd pass t rarad by Wlckatrom.
Puhek made the touch town ami kick
Calumet's pimtiiiK was far superior
tu that uf Hancock, Puhek ge'tlng off
a long kick every time one was needed.
Hut the team lai keil sum . falling
t use their trh k plays and open for
mations, There was a great Improvn-
mrnt over the preceding week, how
aver, snacially in the strength uf tin
Una, Must uf tie. Calumet players,
stin igofchf too nigh tu bp raTective.
The Calumet second team defeated
th tiaacock seconds before the main
game b) a score uf M tu n. captain
Polsy, Hoatson ami Vivian played wall
IS. .lames. . . .
A. Jane s. . . .
Anderson . . .
I. ant, and
i inswoti h . . .
s nl the
. . .Martin
. Md II) nn
. . . Behner
. full hack .
. right halt
. 1,-ft hall .
. . quarter .
. . center . .
ski tackle .
and I HSOn
. . .Slhllski
. . . i Neill
. . Anthonj
Wii kstn m and
ft i nd
John Pern and children havi
none in California t,, Join Mr, Parry
w ha recently located in that state.
John Wauty has taken a position in
the Crawford undertaklna parlors,
Arthur Jacquea of Marquette return
ed in Marquette yesterday after a. short
stay in the Clt) .
Mis William MacDouaU nf Otad
tona is r tailing at tin- bomt of Mr.
and Mra Johg Reatenbach.
The r.anual meeting nf the Lake Su
perior Ophlr Mining company will be
held i " tober Id,
In the West.
Indian: tv; BOPaUg
csntn hofa, Das Malneo,
Ann s ii; !i inm ll
Minnesota III Booth Dakota 11
Omaha untvortfn Kehraska w.
in the East.
Bttncotag If: Itut.rs ::.
CernoM I: Mgnta
rannaitranM Mi flksttysburg 0.
Rgrvnrd Ml Dalverslt) -i Malm
Yale in; Maty CToaa n.
By i a, use ti ; Hohart n.
rase p; BuchtsJ, '-'7.
oajsrHa i"': OWa WeMeyan t.
Williams 14 BowaaMw .
Browi " Colby i"-
Lafayi tt :;
1 leorgatoa n .
Amh. ii 1":
. uitur il.
Csritsta " :
Bhode island 0
:!; Magaachms us An-
n'eSt Ptfflnhl We!e -
Ohio Northern I.
Western fcsarVO university. Cleve
iagaj, is nSOSl tu ere, t a CSplly new
miv;. .1 1 otlega building.
THE NEWS' SHORT STORY
I f sss a
i miss camope s
The flood Result ol u
By EUNICE DRAKE
"ronr Calliope T' murmurod Hester
Seton as sin gtaheod up nt the win
dowa nt the Dal mors hmnuj on the bill
"I.nzy CaWafM Deliinue! sniffed her
mother, panting as her too abundant
Beah trudged up tin- graveiad path tu
the front door, imi you ever set; sack
a naghectad doorfapd in all your life?"
"You're her second emisin. ma. hy ,
don't jroil try to give her a ulta uf a
piece of yoST minil kind uf a MCOSi
cuusin's sllOS 7" asked Hester narcas
"And have my head hit off! rOtOfl
ed her not bar, "i poka to Calllops
BftOgg .Mars ago when CulTOi PSntOO
went off ami married that dt ttif'. I
ivs I. "Cal, I'm- the land's sake nOS'l
take tu your bed' (she was BCtlttg all
brokoa up about the mnttopfl just turn
yonr Btca tu the work nd ki 1 Ilka you
don't eiire.' "
"What did aha 1 1 1 a ked Bsatsi
"Saj V Says she; 'ESMBaHSg Set. Hi.
I'd thank SOU tu ml'id ymir own hiisl
ness! When the rheu inatix. cues out of
my leus I reckon I'll gat up and walk
with the beat uf 'am. 1 nln't Mgrtovlng
over Carrol Pan ton. I'm antroring with
rbaumntis! My gdrtca tu you is that
If you've cut any business of your own
to tend to it and let mine alone!' So
I don't never Interfere with Calliope
Del mora. Bba can lay ahed till the
"Well, she don't lay ahed iiiueh. ami
you must admit that she's busy as a
hue with her tinners fiuui morning till
nlu.it She cuts and '-ells earpet rags
enough to make a living fur 'em "
"Humph! A woman forty years old
Bln't no right to he chair lid as 1 can
see Knock Bgain, Hester, and If Isa-
hei don'l coma 1 ihall walk right in."
Hester rapped lOOdly and oncg more
pulled the knuh of the rusty bell wire.
a window sash screeched up, and a
woman's VOtcO vailed musically i "Come
In, whoe'er ymi he. lsahel ain't to
Mrs Baton anil Hester tried the dour
and, Bndiug it locked, walked around
the patb t-i tin- side entrance. They
pushed open the screen du n ami walk
ed into Calliope Pelmore's sitting
"That yog, Kinmeitne and Hester?
How du you do?" Cell tope kwksd up
fPOm her sewing and motioned them
to comfortable cushion id chain, "(live
your mother that fan. Hester, ami take
..it bar bonnet Lay aside your own
hat, child, and If you'll go to the cellar
you'll Bsd some rout bear, lsahel made
it three dins ago. Bad it's Just riuht
"How he you. Calliope" asked Mrs.
Seton reluctantly, for she made It a
point not to avknawknlga that anything
was seriously amiss v ith her second
cousin, she always spoke Impatiently
to Calliope, lust as if she would like to
pick her nut uf the hi- Boston rOtBgf
and send her hurrying around the
bOttSg in a healthy, normal manner.
"Well." said Calliope cheerfully, "It's
dreadful hut. ain't it. P.mT"
"Awful. Voa must appreciate this
call, it's tuckered me nut tu climb the
hill." said Mrs. BotOtt, fBBStSg herself
rigorously. "Who la the carpet for
now, Calliope ?"
"I.ida Super. She's been saving nigs
for years for this sitting room carpet."
it's going to he reel bright and
pretty." nodded Mrs Seton orgy the
L'lass of rout beer that Hester had
brought to her. "Wlc-re's Isabel. Calli
"OOOS riding with Newton Deane,"
aid ( igillope hardily
"Newton Deane'" eXCMllDOd Hester
Mrs. Seton blinked rapidly "New
ton's half nepbSW to Carrol Pantos,
"Ton ovgst t" know, Baa," retorted
Calliope dryly, "seeing that yon almost
married NswtOU'a father."
Mrs Seton hridh-d as she threw up
her large pink hands.
"Don't get tu tal ,iu in Hester gbOSt
my Leans. Calliope The hilil WOO'I
have any respect fur her DM if you
tell her what a RtldCUP I was in them
Hester sighted "Vull can't cut up
much now. ma." she said wickedly.
"I have no desire to," said Mrs Se
ton primly, suddonly remembering her
-teat hulk. "We was ensSktBfl Of CSt
mi Pen ton, Cal tops 1 was over to
Millerton last week, and I saw him
He's grown considers bla old looking."
"Apt to Don't got any younger with
the years." tapped out Calliope In the
Cflsp phrases he adopted when re
marks became personal.
"Some say his wife's death broke
Mm Up. and Others say it was a Mess
ed relief and that he Inuks better tSSS
he pear did sines in- mauled her she
kept his none to the grindstone always,
so they say; ggtfSt a aunt and flighty
too flighty for a minister's wife "
'Minister's wives are only human
Churches den't pay salaries bbj etmuuh
In give 'em much uf a good time I
(ftiess Lena Fentun took what fun she
could as she went ekMfl '
Mrs BetoU aasped "1 didn't expert
you'd he standina up for Carrol Ken
ton's wife." she said acidly.
Calliope tUIWd a white and resolute
face to the other "Why BOtl ' don't
owe her rtny urtidso because she mar
tied Carrol Must ererj aJH in 1 ;tti
rhci tus sotting a a tni him."
liinmellne Slitcad, and Iter double
Chlk ipii eiol
'l'liere SlS'l many of Via fjngg tu gssj
Meh crsr it.- -im aakl latiefnliy, and
without waiting tut a rStttJ he Item
bled to her feet and walked tu the
gssf "Cams, Heeier; se pal to be
1 wondered what brought RgMMitse
here.' msrmnfad Cailiwpe, taking up
nor wnri. mmla. "01 ronrss sftsr aks'd
visited in Millerton she had to 00SH
BJOUnd and see nuW I tUOk news of
Csrroi Pantos what Mends woeaag
an he"' gha hit Ml her thread with
bar stmna white teeth and looked
tlrasmltj out of the w ludos ami 10 Iff ad
the splcj fragrascs of tiie tttekaussn
n.ippeiie.: rlgal bare hy ihe rinse
lunn ruses." she ah laps rod tu herself
"1 was sn happy, am) he said he was
afraid he had made a mistake, and i
ggrs him hack the ring. Seems like
all the atrsngtk went gUl uf my legs
that very minute, l a'paao, csasisg sn
SOOU after niotber's long sickness ami
death, it upset, me If they all knew
how 1 Wanted to stand ami walk1
around ami he like oth ai folks, only
SO UIS bo W there's nn spring hack of It j
all Dr. Brown says he can't do u
thing, and he talks about will power
I'm a nseleas mortal. Hut. there: laabel
says 1 alo'i end if it wasn't for me
she wouldn't have a home.''' Calliope
smiled through sudden tears. "Looks
like she'd SOOU have a handsome gome
if -he marries NeWtOU He's a tine
fellow : imi. Lord forgive me. it does
rankle In think my girl abouldj many
( Igppol'e nephew !"
She leaned back In the chair and
ClOaOd her e. es HOT helpless feet rest
ed mi a tlBSSOCk. and BCPOM her lap
there rippled streams of bright colored
earpet mgH, Prom the tnsehushes
CgUIS the deep It 11 III uf hoes, and the
tall tups nf the loCUat trees rustled a
suddenly there broke Into the sweet
harmony ( the summer afternoon otb
er sounds the sharp raps of a borge -hunts
on the hard oyster shell road, a
man's voice shunting, then just the
pounding hunt's and the rattle uf car
rlagt w heels
Calliope leaned forward end looked
out of the window A sorrel horse
with four white feet was plunging
madly peat the bosaa. Behind Mm
swung a low phaeton Containing a
man. Just beyond CglUope'g front
gale the phaeton swayed and caught
upon a large rock. The horse tore him
self loose from the shafts and dlsnp
pea red beyond the turn nf the road.
The pbaafon toppled and overturned
find pinned the man underneath.
It was ref) kllent after that. It was
a loOsiy road, and from her SthdoW mi
the bin Calliope Del more cosM see bo
yosd the turn of the road, and she no
tlCed that the runaway horse bad BtOp
ped and turned into an open field tu
She felt very strange. Her heart was
heating tumUltUOUaly. and her blood
seemed tu BOW thmiiati her veins in
a sustaining flood that gave strength
to her weak body
White lipped, she stared dOWS at
the wrecked pkseton nnd the still form
beneath it. That was Carrnl PeStOB
She knew the minister's little caniaae.
but the horse was a strange one to her
Perhaps Carrnl was dying down there
alone in the road: Who would go for
help? If only Isabel was there: i ne
horse might return and trample Mm.
Calliope was afraid of horses.
She eloeed her ees and prayed fOt
! help. When she OPaOCd tlu m kbS
smiled Oddly ami placed her hands on
the arms of her chair She kicked aside
the hassock and Stood upon her feet
she put nut one foot, end it support-
ed her Weight She stood upon the
other Then with sudden energy -he
picked up the BBPSUCbSd ejass Ot TOOi
heer that Hester had BOttrSd f'"' bOP,
staggered acrOM the runm tu the UOOt
and atumbled tu the porch end down
Then Calliope Ielniuie. who had sat
in a chair fur fifteen years with help
less limbs, ran down the inclined path
tu the front gets and gained the mad
1 With the BCtkn came renewed llfs
and a sense of buoyancy nnd yOUth
Newton Donna ami laabel Dot sums,
I driving sluwly bOSM through the gold-
en a f let soon, saw Calliope mn sewn
j the patb, and Isabel was BO frightened
'that she hid her face nn -Newton's
.shoulder. It was easier In do it be
I chusc his arm was already around her
The horse Stopped Stock still, and they
j watched Calliope :is they might have
witnessed the ghost scene in a play
She darted nut nf the aate and down
the sloping path to the shattered phae
, toll Carrol PeStOO'e By OS were wide
I open, and his fgCS was white and
drawn The body uf the vehicle rested
! on one of his legs.
"Calliope:" he Beeped w hen she knelt
beside MSI and held the mot heer t..
his lips "I was just COmlng to se
yoa, dear." he wbhnered-Meositng tc
sg your forglrenesS, and you know
i the rest." he niiirniureil
"Of course I know it." said Calliope,
practteellj not knowing that her eyes
were full of tenrs. "Your ComlUfl this
way has worked h niinicle. I've run
ee:v Step of the way. and I gOOM I
can keep on my feet BOW, I s'pose I
ganjM to he mad at ou. Kenton, tint
how i an I be w hen we all make such
mistakes?" They were holding hands
and amlilng at each other with the
gaoper ansarstanding f matursd leva
the woman who had jut recovarad her
puwer tu walk and the middle aged
minister, suffering agonies from u
BVWlBS Dggge and Isabel. Wgtchlhg
them fi'utn the bugay. suddenly under
Stood. TkSJ . tun. smiled at each othet
"1 guess we'll hne a double Wgd
dlna." WhMporad NSWtOS, and Isaliel
nodde I and MUrmnrsd In reply :
"Isn't it beautiful'"
ENJOY LONG AUTO THiP.
Miss Ltnora and Mr. Neittell Back to
Optn the LynL Theater.
K. Human Nest. ;, Mfasj Bdlth
Lenora, head. ..r the Mesii u sto I
eeespany, irhtch Bllad a long engage
ineut last ganaag at the Lerlc theatci
of Laurium, arrived nape yaatapdas af
ter an auu.inul.il. tnp from C4umlUB,
Ohio, in tin- cupper country, They are
preparing in open another long engngi
m-ni a- tin- Lyric, presenting popular
repertoire uitijieti-.iis. fhi will head a
pew tonmaui) of seven experienced
pla) tpa ami look forward in ,i - . :
"run" in tho cosssp country. Tie- en
gageeaeni wilt open at the Lyric Oct '
Mr. Nested and Miss Lenors snent
iin-ir racotton this year lourine In
Nestell'a new nu alrng th.- shore
Lakes i Ma ami i mtario, The) 1 1 j
the Kperisnce bsenenai i . risitlng
nu i mi i points i. c intei est, The)
Columbus Ohio, . ,li. ml ten days
making their way leisure)) through
northern Ohio ami lower Michigan to
wards Ihe.eoppsp country. The entire
nip, wiiii in.- rweeption uf th.- dist
ance from Kenterte to L'Ansiy was
made in Mr. Maateffa ear, whi.ti be
haved splendidly tbrousrhout. Discuss
lag the trip today, Mr. BeataU -hlchl)
complimentary in his referenci
tu Michigan highways
DRAWS CLAIM NO. 999.
Florida Man Winner ,n Land Drawing
at Glascoe. Montana.
Jacob Laplander, ..i Florida location
was not Mad b) tin- regietratkui land
olBca at fHsacoe, Montana, Baturday,
thai in- was one of those successful In
tin- land drawing for the r..n Peek
I Indian reservation claims his envelope
I containing No, M. This notification
I CUSte as a hi surprise t Mr. Lap
lander, fur BllhOUgll be BMd hW i'!i
drawing; his name did tint appear
among the published lists of those
I successful, Rstlfhates Indicate thai
his i laim w ill tie spprth ; at $.n per
sera an, i ihe drawing en tit lea him to
a SSI aeTo na. i
' Mr. Laplander ppopoaea In visit in
Fori Peek reservation in in.- tear i
BRIEF TELEGRAPHIC NOTES
Washington An attempt will
j made before the adjournment of th
special session of CosgrsM to pass sn
tnnmlgratton bill with a fitem t I
such as vetoed by T.ifi.
sa.n iiiBfto a pint nf ground Id
i Balboa park is dedicated as the sits
Of a muniiment to be spactasl tn tin
i ntantop) of Paaco N'unea da Balbon,
the PacmC's discoverer. Senator Works
in dedicating a monument to Cabrilk,
i the explnrer. declared Ihe I". S. might
1 intervene in Mexico.
ISKUI.IX- l'leliminary steps for an
; Invest ksation nf the ope rat Ions of "to
bacco trust" in connection with the
j German cigsrette industry have been
taken by the gnvarnenent,
i:v YURK - Dr, Botand N, Jones,
spec lethal in rheumatic diseases and
reputed in he a asillianaire, died smi
I deal) from heart failure while driving
, his motnP ea r.
ItAN'i'iin.N. British India W, CSSt-
eron Forbes, former governor-general
'of the i 'hllippinex. siis that the Phil
ippines have made enormous progress
in four years, hut are not ripe. for In
New York- Tin-re will he in. "boy
cott" of Queanatoara by the White Btar
Line, il is stated hy W. V. JaffriOB,
passenger maanger nf tin- comisiny.
New fork The federal grand jur)
returned an Indictment ngatnst the
confessed slayer nf Anna Aumulll r.
"1'r." Pans Bchmldt, and his Besocisto.
iM" Brneai Muret, charsini ith a'lth
consptrac) tn counterfeit,
STAMiiKU I "Nl KHSITV. Cal.
The corsaratw f the Btnnford lea,-
0Se library, which was shaken doWB ill
tin- I gee eSrthoOaka, has he. a unco
sped at ih.- bottom uf a huge pill Ot
debris, Intact with its treasures i -f oM
ami raraahle coins and pap i
New York The engagement .1 ;ia
dya fJusgenhelm daughter of Daniel
Ouagenhi im. wealthy copper mine d -erator,
and Roger W. Btrans, nn I
Mrs Oscar St ram
WITH THE PARAGRAPHERS
a man had sued the Bnltlnv re h
Ohio railroad tor IBMee fop the toss
of a toe, ii must have been a favor
Be of his. Philadelphia Inquirer
The onl) trouble with a free and fair
election in Mexico is thsvt whoever l-1
chosen the people Will he UIbWIHWIIIBI)
auainst liim. I i.. I 1 1 , .1 Post,
The suggestion to have a slate pay
all the camps km espenoes miKiu in
snine measure kBlprove the guality of
camtutiKn ,i-ars I n a OSSePVCP,
"The father is a laboring man'"
windn up a report 1 1 ihe birth uf trip
i ts in Attoooa. He will tn bir aaftet
at anv rate. ioulsvlllo Courier-Jour-
Irish suffragists have been
DubUa confectioner) ahopn.
there's a form of rioting thai
i imi it
any woman can undei stand Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
The doctor who convinced Mrs.
Paafclrurst that she needs . rent is car-
tain that he will he tn the front ranks
t the cent (h is fur t In- Notox I i ' i
iti,.'. CkfgenvUM (Pa.) Bswa
A Kansas ,lty JikIhc Imi. Is t ii.it il"
lashed skirts arc nut immoral. Thai
man exps.ts woman's suffrage to !
estahhSSSg In Mlssoun ami wants of j
tier. Houston Post.
Bvety little while, or oftemr. we
read aliunt somebody l in strain.-led
by means of a piece of beefsteak be
coming looked in the throat. When will
i ire to 'u at" his cinim and will me ta
pri paratinns gurlrui the wkatae to make
his home there Mr Laplander bSS
I. ceil ernpln-(l lJ lie Mln"lal FlOllgl
f..r soiiu lime
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i i- tot ' in i htluth
lire' ..I' I'.all.-AliA
Jiimes 'l' I
i i.i. r the stai
r p, Bast ,
ian I ml I
TO CIVE RECITAL TUESDAY.
MiM Mary Torre.ino to Entertain in
Laurium Tor Hall.
A musical event "t merit will he Pi
i n in the Laurium town hi u tomorrow
evening h) v.i-f M.u Torreano,
i . url urn's youthful soprano Miss
Torrennti n ill 'h- assti ted by C, O
Jackol i. boss and m ra I ; I t tod
ttt p, s ' ompantst,
Miss Torreano la b proehicl of in.
Boston Conservator) of Muse ami ia
atructora on i hs i instil ution pre llct
fl btghh Mlcci
doubt : I.. I .- ! i
morki '1 kui -
i ni nr.
MORA fUNLRAL It HELD.
The ,n, ..;, .,( hi
w ho pskSSd awav
deuce . n He hi
held Bundn) aftern
i ondut h i at St, Mi
Membi rt tu. Iti
league and varies
orders an. nded in
e Anton Nigra,
ie family n-si-i
.-'ei vh ea n i n
h itlian church
i ' . ini - na-n's
ih -it 1 1 a leinal
ed bo) who
i lorne of the ntd-fashkm-nrrupted
his youns mind
b) reading ni k i iv In
at crime liims in the
e. ing-pict ura
Shfl ' 'liiia.o New s.
What with rhiiitanc) and the emo
tional state nf 17 inter the British pre
miership is getting tn i... sililtSI as
ticklish a jnii as that of Chauffeur tn
tin- shah nf Persia,- Hartford Near
Better co Jcies, cake
.nid biscuits, too. All
:is light, llufVv. tctxlpr
ami oVlickKM t'irtlicr UseOj
to b ike. Ami in I BS w Imlc
BBaae, Par purer Baking Pow
der th.in Calumet csauM be bad
at itny friii.
Ask your grocer.
RLCEIVrt) HICHtC-T AWAIIDS
WnrM i Nn Fr(4 bmsssa ' kkwo IB.
Pm KiMMtwa, froo, ICuck, till