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THE UALUMET NEWS Houghton WILL CELEBRATE NATION'S BIRTH Houghton Businessmen Oecide to Hold Rousing Demonstration By iiuunttn ua wte ;it e eaieUwg in the town tell laei aveatpft IfeuffMofi IHM UN n dm Wed t" celebrate (he Ki'iiitli ..l Jul) in a m.iiiitcr tli;il will hv in keep. tin With tlM CUetOM Ot previous celehraUoaa, areata Itel teV ;ivcn I,, HouRhton an enviable reputation. 'I ! , in-n tine: i .tllol i M.ivi Herttnan . ii" made a prevloua canveae among the in. f tent i t. m ertain ttetr views toward ' demonatrathJlit He re eeived Muck ! ifenaeal and he i Hiieil the call for a meeting While the attendance aaa nol I -1 1 . u was a rep reaantatlvr Ratherteg ami aufftcleiri Mtpporl waa liven the movement to insure .1 rouaing et lebratioa. Soliciting amona tin- bualneeamea win teftia UanMatetei) ami the follow ing commit teea were requested to re port at a Meeting In the tow n tell mxt Tuaadti ) ai1 I Bolicitina I'or the wist and, a. m. HaeDonaid ttnd Chartea MeGann; icn- tot- v r Knauf; amea T. i 1 1 Ent rtalnmi nt Jol n M i Namata. It li. MtieMa and l. NT, Haaa. MtiaiC W. IV Miller ami Mayor Hat (man. Mayor Hartman reported that ii.nt cock undoubtedl) wtuttid noi celebrate ami that fcfayoi OJala espreeeed the Belief that Hancock would in- witling to unite with H0UahiOt1 in its ce!elra- tion. By unaniBioua reaolution, Chair man tiartm m and Set re tars B nnal la. are pc Inatrwcted to extend a for mal invitation t,. Mayor OJaia and cltl zee- of Hanoi, u to accepl the hojii- tality of HoUXhton resident on the Fourth of July. W illiam Miller, former payor, was earj rnthtuiaatic for a celebration. He said that conditions the last year ted brought many nee people to the min im; locations tributary to Houghton, a rouaing Fourth o' July celebration would make theee people tetter ae Qua In ted with Houghton ami would accomptlah the reauil sooner than any otter effort, He referred alao to the growing agricultural eoransualtiea ground Houghton, made up of pgopte who will leave home for a Pourth o' July celebratii thing fise. 1 1 . its. if to bring tertain them. A. M. M I I ' forcibly in ta II II 11, II. II. ail had n Dror iroj t. Tin i - has for any -ii ighton to l : .1 ion. r;, d v. B, H ar, i favor of the i : . aen 1 1 ni NATURALIZATION PETITIONS. The fbitowina, aliena applied for full cttiaenahip papera al County Clerk K era ofRct this morning : Willi im Mat ttiia. Finland, Hancock, So... l'.oj John Marma. Sweden, Atlantic, Sear Yoik. UM Angel lo Pellegrim, Italy, Pranklln, Mew fork, 1903. Hears Laaainen, Pintand, Pnlnee dale, Wen fork, IM. II. B. Brenw ..f Baraga cot vuritor yeati i d ed thai he bat action will he perjurers in tt i- d .t L'AttBi i ting attorney ,. Houghton i nnan atat- I" ded what regard to the WOMEN FROM 45 to 55 TESTIFY To the Merit of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com pound during Change of Life. Wostl.rr.fik, lie. - "I grgl pgggtaf through the Change of Life and ha i T 1 Pa,ns M mj back fT 1 lo my housework uune i t mjsjuna at. l it has done me a lot Of L"Mi. I will re commend your med icine to my friends and give you permis sion to publish my testimonial. " Mrs. LAWMNCI Mak TIn, 12 King St.. Westbrook, Maine. Manston, Wis. "At the Change of Life I suffered with pains in my back and loins until I could not stand. I also had night-sweat no that the sheets l gg wet. I tried other medicine ! t roc go relief. After taking one bot tle of I.viia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound I begjgg to improve and I continued it u.-e for six months. The fi.iins ef nie, tin- light-sweats and hot t , grew l. ss. und in one year I was a different woman. I know I have to thank you for my continued good health ever ainee. " Mrs. M. J. Bkownell, : Manston, Wis. r i. s t' e ss of Lydin K. Tinkham's ', getable Compound, made from roofs and h rba, i.-' iinparalb l l in such cases. If ion want apeeigl ggrlog write fo I fdig f . Plnkham Heiit Ine . (ggaS Lfggt Stggi I Mf letter will j i. eg ;. read and gggwiivdj by a, pggagg uiiil held iu sfrlct touiluencc. Department JUNE MARRIAGE LICENSES County Clerk Dubious At to Prospects For a New Racord. t'oimty t 'lerk Kaiser i some-w lia (lui.ious oti uie prospects of a new high n oi ,i for gganiagM Ihnpggg i i . in.i anleaa etgtii applicgtloaa ar died with the hcaaaa clerk aggdt igi i lo month, the re. .ad of 101 will re main unbroken. Hut June a the motu in arhlch 'upui is the most active, ae cording to the recorda of the Iteenaa bureau, ami there ia a proheMlit) a prevloua rccordx at leaaj iieina eiuul led. riio eupper country is prosperous ami the Ucenaa hut.au is a reriftnblt baroneter of buaiaeaa condition ao tin1 as illitiea f a new high reCOTd are ma . atlrel) regaate, The o.inn. r ear for marriages in Houghton count) u;is 1 947 and the rec ord gaontk was June ltd?, when t4 n- cenaea wera laaued. Thus far. ItH is . anaea behind the re coed year awl onh 1I l.ehiml the ret old to date ot last yaar In June. IPtk, ninet -s. t n enaea . are issued. MAY EXCELLENT MONTH FOR GROWING OF CROPS MONTHLY METEOROLOGICAL STATEMENT ISSUED BY OBSERVER. That MB) was an eg e!l lit niotitli tor farmera .i the topper country is borne out ,. the monthly meteorologi cal report ol Weather Qfaeerver Cowd- ii, h. A little rain at niKh! and plant) ..f sunshine during the day is the great eat aid to the crogej end thi was tte oit ,,t weather that was experienc ed for practical) the entire month. .May was the warmest of the orres- ponding months in the recorda of the neather bureau for the paal fourteen tears. Tiie iiM'Uiii' temperature thmughotM the month waa M. It was ais,. the dryeai May ever recorded, with the exceptl n of May, ltdt, when l.tl in' tea of rain fell. During the Bgat month the total rainfall was i 7. The average May rainfall in the copper country is :!..'! Inctea, oie feature of the weather exper ienced duritm the past month was the record ratabiiahed for wind velocity. Ofl Mat the wind attained a elo.i- i. o miles .in hour and maintained this rate for approximate!) live min utes. This la the great eat velocity ever recorded at the local station. During the past month there aere I: clear daya, i" cloud) dnyg ami partly cloudy. There were the thunderatorgM ami two frosts The rain, In any ap- : ..!'; qugntlt) . was . onfsned to the last eeh "i tiie month. WILL OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Tnmountam M. E. Church Plans Spe cial Service For Sunday. The thirteenth annlveraary of the dedication al tte T-imoumain M, k. church win i.e a ppropria tei) otearred Batuidai evening ami gundny. At the opening exerciaea Saturday, Houghton and South Hgngg VOi 'lists will take part. In connection With tte enter tainment, .i so. iai w ill i.e given. Th' program followa: BelecUon Paineadalc gundo) s boo OT( hestla. h..i us Trimountaia s.h..: cnU- 1 re 1 1 . Sonus I'.. u sd iP Vocal Miaa Atlantic. M ile iua)tet. Sunday s hi sal Attnnth M sa l .. Ti irt f II uht Tt imountaln hi: la t win follow 0 i !. , . t . thee yeara. reu lur Rinrnig and 1 tncl an afternoon ng w it ii aermong and P at form : ..: . oppei , ..unt rx ' il rict Superintendent ir-. in will deliver the morning aetvice and Ikinghornc . f Pew iblc RCV. Step will pna n l the evening - r loe, At platform meeting the Polklnghorne and Carl- a. hires-, a, DOUBTS V.'COORTY'S CLAIM. M.inager 0f B Hy Murray Declares Oihkosh Boy Is Out of Running. Bdd Met k rty, the fax ..rite ,,r , op. per tiUBtr) liKh' fans, is out of the runulag aa i lalmafll t t he worhfg aiid i n ght title, gccordlng t., lack Kearni manager .,f Billy Murray, who tea been rbdting in Kocghton, Kearn'a proti gi tm Mentally, alao g a claimant to the middleweight tempionahip and th-- manager believes his man has more of i grasp on the title than the t si keek fighter. Mr, K earns At : ires t hat m. Ooor i s defeat b) Clabby aBd a more re ' 'I heal. in; in Austtalta shattered his keen f i tte world's , hampionship. Meanwhile, Mnrrai has conguareaj Chip, .mother oi th.- tepee, and this leads bta manager to believe tte west- 1 " pngiiiai has a brtgl i fat ore. Mr. Keerns1 actual name hi i.e., . Kernan. Hi .i -on of Mrs Kran ea r Ker- n. in ami a alatgl M MISS Kektg Me- Ken in. both ot Houghtoa, ndth whom be bag teen netting, He p.ft this week fOf NOW York wheie Murray will box M I '. OB June I 1. The monthly meeting of the Hough ton rBmge oiin. il win I,, held Tlmra- dai afternoon. Hancock Department REUNION PLANS ARE PERFECTED Hancock Society Completes Pro gram for St John s Day The tommiltee in ehurye of anatme menta for t ho nhaBlf ggfg of St. John"s da. June .'4. b) thf St. Jean tie I '. P -lisle s, u n ties of the upper lOUIItf.V, tinder the auspi.es ,,i the liamotkaml HoUKhton la in. lies, has ompleted de tails tor the celebration, gkrary tiling n.. i lea, In, ess for the . cluliv.' ami from now ..ii t lie aim of the mejnbera will he dire, led in grogging enthus iasm. Hon. Hector Lnferte ..f Qnatec hgg accepted en ktvitntlog to net aa speak er of the da ami he will arrite in Hancock Ike did i.eiore the celebra tion, other pnuninatkl gpeakara have been given a peace on the program. A new organization to be seen in the line ol mar. h will he the CHgsfdg Of Hogoi , an auxUiar) ot tte st Jggn ao rlety. Tte FYenck-Canadlaw Knignta ,.i Hancock act .is an honorary guard for tin so. let lea from Portaga Lake, Lake Linden, iiuiieii and Calg met. it is axpected tiiat even tend in the op per country will he proaonl :it the aerclaea to i.e held at fdectrie park in ihe afternoon and one of the features if the program will be a hand concert. I'oiindiier will at t as urand mar shal of the da) ami will have charge f the formation .,f the pro. essi.ui. Hav, I'r. '.laser, pastor of St. Joseph's church of Hancock, win ofdclata at a aolemn high mass t. be celebrated on i ' morning of the obaervanca. Program For The Day. At I a. in a meeting of local m m- hets will he held in Kouleuu hall. juin street in Hancock ami at l;te Clock tte) will meet tile t'altiinet. Lake Linden ami liui.i.eii aocletlea at the Copper Range depot. The profes sion then win march to si. Joseph's church where, at 1" o'clock, solemn high mass will he celebrated, Rev. Kr. (3 lager, paatm of the church, will offl ate and tte sermon will he given b) Rev, Arthur Daactenea ot Montreal, I'anada. After mass the pro, essmn w ill man h to the railroad tossing on Quincy street where spe. lal street ..us win i.e hoarded f..r Blectiii park, Dinnei will he aerved at l o'clook b) the ladies of St. Joseph's palish and at o'clock a hand tumert will he rendered, gelectlona will he played by the Calumet Hecla, Hubbell, Lake Llndt n ai d the QuInC) hands. At I O'clock there will he an address by II , Hi tor M. I.aterte. speaker ,,f tin day. Hon. Peter Prlmeau, of Mar quette, founder of the gOCietlM of Houghon eoum. Rev, a Degekggeag of MoBtreal, Cnnada, the preaidanta of the various aocietiea anJ rnetnhers of the letgy will also speak. BetWOOH the addreagea Of the aiious siea Iters na tional MltlS Will he BUBg by Miss II. DeaOrmlera a ad IT Corrler, accompao nil b) Miss Alice ii. Camper, . hildren of the gt, Joseph's school hate been preparing aoagja for the ac- a.-ioii and these will he sutiK at the af ternoon exerciaea, in the evening tte l M m h Canadian KniKhts will give a dame in the pavilion. I: I- expe ted that the ooservan. e of St. John's day will he the most elab- orate aver held in the every member of the . . is working uoceaaingl) tit al sin i t ss. oiir.tx and is aocietiea make it a lohn Brickeon arrive i in Hancock eaterda) from Knlamaaoo collage. He 1 ia been attending thia laatitution f r tte p. st two yeara and will remain In Hancock for the summer vacation. DENTIST" TO ESCANABA. Tiie .itinual meeting of the Cppcr Penlneula Dental gociety win be held Becanaba J unc I and '. I nd i opper couBtrj membgrg of the gociety are . ' j hi nrj in ttie ..intention m a special ear. Dr. r. C. RungOi prealdeni of the copper nuntr) ioc let y i feeki assured that from thirteen to gfteen from this dis- i trlct will attend. ve?tftddd4 HOUGHTON BREVITIES : ' S'.oer. .hums If. Thomas and '' .1 M i lee are in LanshiK as tlole- latei from Paelatlne rommandery to tte stata conotava ol Knihts Tem plar. A for. e of workmen la maklnn re pairs t.. the retaining wall at the county building grounda on Albkm gtrott The grail gnd feme were tlani iged last summer h the hteakint? of the tlaif pole in a windstorm. Th. Pofltngg toxvnship bOgftf met ft terdgy afternoon for the regular June sessioB. Sam I.ott, the former Houghton negro. x ho two weeks ago shot and killed Mrs. Qaal l-'rleherg of Mt.ntnal, Wis., at Ironwood. xvblle resisting ar rest .has been bound over to the t;.. gehie ounty cln ult court for trial. ba ing Waived examination. He xxas to he arraigned in the ireuit court before Judge Cooper yesterday. Pros- eentlng Attorney Vt ill stated during' the WOOk that Ivott Intended to plead guilty. I. R g ,,rt of Ihiluth ia In Bough tgg on ..ne of his regular husiness trips to the copper country. J T St ik Of Dttlgfk is visiting in Houghton, Connty ('lerk Knlser. Mrs. Kai ser ani .'i. k, Jr . returned to Rough- ton this morning after an ext.n.,, I visit in Washington, D, C HOME SEEKERS TO PT. ABBEY. Copper Country Finn. To Look Ovar Land Nar Paquaming. J. ii. Jaaberg will pilot hmni k era' exeuraiM to Holm Able next Sumlav when a party of liliiro m more ' "PI UPtrj KiBBg Will ....k oxer taim lands owned h the Helm. I in tereata al Pequamlag. The ohj. I will he similar to that of two week- ago when t hut -tlx Ham ok Pfnns .j..ur nexd to the point with Mr. Saalmrg, Several oi thos who were In the tlrM pat tx hate taken up I unl on I'oint Abbey and thpx are now prepar ing I., move then families m ilieir new home - The land is tillahle and it Is believed, as prodMgtivg as that of any p.u t ot Cloverland. ANTI-SOCIALISTS TO HOLD DEMONSTRATION JDNE 28 CLUBS OF COPPER COUNTRY WILL UNITE LAST SUNDAY OF MONTH. June 28 has been dellnit.lv selected as the date Of the reunion of the Fin nish Aatl-Bociallat ciuba of the copper country, In Hancock, pgajenltteea are mapping plans for the program and exerciaea which will reajgjrej the entire aft. rn.. on will be conducted. This will he the firat united effort ftt demon strate the strength of the anti-.-o. g lal organization ami conaidei a lde In terest attends the reunion. There will he apeaking in the kklgtidh and Fin nish languages at the Anthony grove ami music by various organizations. The various branches of the dub have he, n adding nexv mcmhers rapid ly ami th, memhershin now is said to embrace more than seventy per cent .f the Finnish population of the .upper country. More applications are on lile lint the Ogre which is ext n ised in admitting mcmhers prohihits imme diate action. What the cluba wish to impress up on the minds of the public, and the Celebration June 2S, is one of the means adopted to emphasize this fart, is that all Finns arc not socialists. Paring the recent labor troubles in the copper country the Finnish social ists are alleged to have made it np PMr that the Finns of the copper country as a whole xvere tech of the strike. Thinking people were not ready to believe that hut so prevalent did the id. a tecomg 'hat Inhs haf he, or ganized to the utter exclusion of all hut aoclallatlc adherents. June will he a dK day in Han cock und xxill bring to the city thou sands of Finnish people from all parts of the district. One of these eight has been organised at Mass City anil as a large delegation is coming from that pake there being some talk of hiring a apeclal train ami running an excur sion to Hancock on that day. G. C, CRICKET SEASON WILL OPEN TOMORROW AFTERNOON QUINCY TO MEET PAINESDALE AND KEARSARGE PLAYS AT WOLVERINE. With Quincy at Paineadalc and Keeraarge at Wolverine, tte Copper Country Cricket league win open its eaaoa tomorrow afternoon, The font tea ma wkick will constitute the km gtte it the opening have been wotk Ini out for the oust month and fans a rd Iclpate fast series. Sit e the schedule was COtgpltted a week ago, Mohnwk entered the lea gue and there i - ill is a prospect thai Calumet eIU organize, in this event the league will be well balanced, but should Calwmet playera fail to re spond. Mohaxxk Will hll in. playing Saturday games. With live teams it has hecn ar- ranged to play eight uames, four on the home pitch ami an e.pial mimic- on foreign territory. The schedule tails lor Weilnosdax afternoon games, this he'ttR necessary, awing to the late start this year, hill the teams will not neci anrltj hav, to adhere to this rule as the same mix be poet poo ed by mu tual agreement. EARLY COPPER MINING. S. L. Smith to Talk on Thia Subject at State Historical Meeting. s. i.. Smith, of Detroit, holder of large tract of land in the upper penln- BUla, is to speuk tefOff the State His torical son, tx al Lansing this month on "Earl) I'opper Mining on Lake Su perior." Mr. Smith i. weii known to Ham o kg pioneer residents, especially the older merchants, as he was OXtOB- sixeiy engaged In the lumbering boat mm around L'Aoaa for mnag years. The Lanakeg Journal says: M Among tin- nmny imereeting num bera :-r ., programa of the fortieth annual meeting o, the Michigan Pio neer and Historical s,, ety which will he hi hi at the state .ap.lol June !l and I" "ill be a paper b) S. I.. Smith of Detroit. TlHI sul.Jeit. which is of un usual interest at th.s time on a nt oi tte it.cnt strike in the copper loiintrx. is Kailx fopper Milium ug Lake Buparlar.' it win te Mnetnted xxith gterooptlcon xi. xvs trlrick Mr. Smith will fnvniah himself. "Mr. smith has beog gtlai'eeted nam latij in the copper mines of the upper peninsula for many xears and betel a man of high IntoBottual ,it- earlx Bkve his attention to the hie- tainmwnu end siudiousiy in. Mnei, torx ,r the miliiiu .p latiiuis of the' akorl in leg and to the ltor,x of the copper region. His addrcaa will thai with the sul. Je. i ;t, nil itH phases and the enlarged piemen of the mintagl raemtry will K;xe p an added value to' t he audience." I Lake Linden-Hubbell PR06RAM FOR ACADEMY EXERCISES IS ANNOONCED COMMENCEMENT AND CLASS DAY EVENT WILL BE HELD ON JUNE 18. Tie program of the cggagaaneema I and class dax exercises of St. Anne' I a.atlemx, to he held on June IV fol Ioxxh: Le i'hant ties (liscaux- Chorus. At timpanisi RJva ii. Prbe. Salutatoix Mane K Mog. impromptu, Chopin Irene A. Lnn oiltlc Bngliak tlrama. patti. ia" Kigl school pupils. Part I Kasehall drill -Third made bojra. Accompanist BlganOf Saxanl. etegggi Prattice is the Prelude of Victory" Mart in F. Schaefer. Part B. No Surren.h r Mar. h. Morrison -Violins, W. 1 1. si miners, A. UePggO ( Accompanieta m. Boteeter, l. Un heaillt). Jollx Walters --Fifth and Sixth grade bo a. t At companist I. Lanouettci. Bbapkaodie Hongroiae, Llani -m. B, s. haefer. Part in. Baynete, "Le Bnpteme oea Poupeea" Be ond grade iris. P.lka tie la Peine. Itaff-Kxa (S. I 'rim e. NEW OELIVERY SYSTEM TO RE IN OPERATION RY DEC. 1 PROMOTER OF PLAN WILL IN VEST $25,... 0 IN THE PORT AGE LAKE TOWNS. The bo operative delivery system xxluch Portage Lake mtr.iiants haxe Concluded to adopt, w ill he in effect by December i. Ii plans of c. i- Berry of Marahnlltown, lnH ara aucceaefully car ried tint ami the sum of IMLON will be iBveeted m central plants al Hough tog ami Hancock, Both atructurea will he of steel gnd colli fete ami from them, thirtx wagons w ill operate. Ten delix -er.x xvagons. Mr. lit fry proposes to op crate in HouahtoB, to take place of 'he pit sent ami from the Hancock sta tion. M xxagons will i.e operated, tfl replace the present ra. M erchaota entarlng into the er'lca will exchange tin ir present delivery equipmenl for stock m tte company. The wagons xxill he double decked xt'- i i i.s. gpecinUy deeigned for this pur pose, and xxiii he manufactured local ly, Amopg otiici plans that are being conaidefed by tte promoter is the em- ploy men I of mules instead of horses. Mr. Pa rry left this xveek f,, Mai -shallloxxn to at range husiness matters, after which he will return to Portage I ,ake to pcrfe. I the plan. ELECT NEW OFFICERS. Sens of St. George of Qumcy Name Officers for Ensuing Year. Mcmhers of Mistletoe lodge. Sons of st. George of Qulaey, have elected offloeeg lor the coming car. It is planned bj I he reemtero to conl ioue iin- memberehlp campaign Inaugurat ed aome time ago Tin id are as follOWO! ifflceri . leel - Worthy prealdeni hath. Wotthy vice Benjamin Tram preeldi nt - llllam Simmons Secretary John T. Vickere, Measurer William floudgc, Jr. Worthy messenger William Paull, Win t hv Jenkins. Worthy S looker. Worthy an. Worthy Knight. Wort hy I'oley. Trustee issi stant messenger I '.. i t ass. stant se, 1 1 tarj Btdney cte plain George Trevel h- Inaldc senl im I Will. am outside sent incl Art hur Thomaa Heather, to grand Be resent a t Ivea George Trevethan, Thomaa Heather. Alternates .1 T. lodge- John Verran and Vickei William GoudgO) Jr., and John It Pippon. DELEGATES TO KALAMAZOO. FYank Prancli ami Pred Fein of iiam oik xxiii leave gejgday for Kaia- maaOO to attend the slate Arheiter bund) the convene km of tte Herman Aid societies of Michigan. as th le gates from the Hancock branch Of Un order. Mr. Fran i is will go as a dele ate While Mr. I", in is an alternate, re placing peter Klasan. 4. A HANCOCK BREVITIES. John L Harris, manager of the Han k Coneolidated, who has been anendlng a brief meat Ion in Bgttle Creek, returned to Hancock renter- la'. Mis:- i.empi Beete la recovering Hum .ni operation it St. Josephs' hos pital. Senator W Frank Jam.s ban re turned from CryetaJ Fails, where he delivered g Memorial day address. Mrs. Lancelot Slattery ond Children haxe gagg tO Maniuetle to Join Mr. Blattery, who is noxx- employed with the Lake shore Bngina Works. Hownrd Nichoei has rm urged le kki home in St Paul He x lal ted at th home ..f his unt ie. H. S Nh hols, In Rancoi k for gOVOral days. Fl. Hereher Of Milwaukee is In Han. t.ck on one of bin regular hnsl m vs trips t.. ihg .upper country. H, A. x iilppio of Waterloo. Wis. Is Vietting in Hancock. J a Beavej ol Phlladelphig is jg Han-oi k on husiness. He xx ill re main here the remainder of he week. Part IV (Jutland dull t"uith ami Fifth grutle hos. (Accompanist Anna LePagg), Violin dUOt, fowler W. Hesormiers and Anna l.el'agw (Xccompunlst Kva O. Ptlnce).x Farewell s,,ng Class HI I ll'ianlst. w. DeaOrmlera), aletli. tot x BVg ii. Prim e. class it. ii. Bngliah i onrao Marian B s ha tt i. thBd tenor; Academieal iour.se, Bva G. Priice; valedictorian. Mane B. Mog. salulalol tan. Irene A. Lnnouette. Commeroial couree Alice B Bablta chung, Helen M, Cnddihyi Bngg B, Aeocfcl. Btotea m pi. in ne. Anne M, clonic r. Marguerite Beaailktrd, Vnterie m. Cut rleeeu. Claude l. Doueette, Arthur iion, Edward w. ptiugi. Mush diplomas xxiii i.e awarded to K;i Q, Prin. e. Marian F. gc haefer trnno a. tnnontlt paiimr dlplomaa Btoajadg Baverd, jennette Maroptte, Lnurapgg Garon. Delia fyolaaeau, Anotte Lecoura end Bervie Thuraeee, ciass patron The Bleeoed 'irgin. class i i Jamea ltu-st U Lowell, ciass mi. is Banerald Greeg and White. ciass tioxx ar Margin rite. Claaa mono 'Que Bode-Je ' " Class Day Program. Inetrueaental aolo-wESva 0. Prime I'lass salutatoix In ne A. Lanouette t ur .lass Colors Margu.rltc Bomil lard. Class address. French A una Clou tier. Instrumental solo - Marian F. Schae fer. solo, Our A Una Mater Klolee Pi etette. Claaa hiaton - Alice Kui.its. hung. Vo. al solo Helen Cuddih) . Claaa prophecy Maynte B. Mog. The Seniors' Last Advice Claude I . Doucette. tiur Class Flow ir N'alerie M. Cog- rlvea u. Voon solo Irene A. Lnnontte, The Seniors' Psalm of Life Fuse A. Acst hi. ur i hiss Poet Rd ward w. pfiugi. Violin solo Bloiee M, Pichette, i uir High Behot i Helen M. Cud tlihx . cias.. GifAorian Bvg Q, Prince, Inetrumentai solo Irene a. tng onette, ciass will t thin Dean, Valedlctor) Wrion BL B haefer. Farewell gong Class of j4. Anthony St hneider of Turner Is xls Iting in Hubbell. VOU WAMT A COOO 0 PIECE OF PROPERTY THE REAL ESTATE MAN AND THE GOOD JUDGE KEEP tabs on a pouch of "Right-Gut" and see how long it lasts! "Right-Cut" is the Real Tobacco Chew. A new blend of mellow, sappy leaf, so rich in true pure tobacco jiuvor that a snmll chew satisfies and lasts a long time. Cut right a new way. You get all the good of it without chewing all the time. The Real Tobacco Chew lC3r 10 Cents a Pouch A SK your dealer today. If he doesn't sell "Ritfht Cut," send us 10 cents in stamps. We ll send you a pouch. We fTttarantcc it to be pare chewing tobacco and bcttf r than the old hind. 0000000000000000000000000000000000 MILK FROM HEALTHY COWS tin BIT B0Tf Of tllii if Ld us j ml l bottle on CLOVERLAND DAIRY Lz Laurium, Mich. o 0000000000000000000000000000000000 CHILDREN TO ENTERTAIN. Pupils of Kindergarten Department to Give Spring Festival. The children Of the kimh'i gal leu tle partrneni Oi Ike Tamarack MiRa school will DOadUCl a apring festival on the OPbOOJ lawn Thurstl.iy ufler- noon. The program followa: Much Motion Songs." I: I Ing hots. . Poll song. shoemaker. ItioxvnicM. Swing Bong, See-sa x Train. Inti i mission. l'olk dances. Iloxx'd'ye do my partner. Shoemaker dance. Ktepp tlance. Wash ggy. Klgpp tlance. li.inish hornpipe. Children's polka. German ki ipp dance, DiOkory, Hickory Dock. Bowing gam-. Full dance. Intermission. Max pole dance March ''.ran. I tight and left, America. Salute tO Hag. EXHIBIT OPENS TODAY. Dravving of Punils to be Seen in Pub lic Schools This Week. The annual exhihit of the Ijike Lin den public schools ..pencil this after noon in the Lincoln school, this event marking the first in connection with the col so of the schools. The program of aOCjaJ turn lions In addition to the exhibit a, as announced today by Bnpt. Marvin, followa i Thureday, June f,-Blilbitloo of public aohOOl thawing. McKinhx building. Lake Linden, from J to ," ami Hum 7 to !i. Wednesday ami Thursday, June g ami 11 Fxhihlthui of domestic s lenco am', art, from 2 to .". ami from T to 11:30, Washington building. Friday, June II Senior cteeg day exerclgegj at opera houae at i:tg p. tn. Monday, June f. Commencement i Xeft ises. I:g p. m. Speaker. Hon. Gllver t. smson of Ohio; aubject : The Public Schools as a Moral Pon e." Edward pognn has awarded a oon- tiio t to Finest Meyers for the erec tion of a modern resilience, opposite the Lake Linden boepital. The Misses Beatrice and Gertrude Valliere of Lansing arc xisiting their parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Qgorge Valliere of Ltnwood, Harold giddy has gone to BnttO, Mont. RIGHTCUT CHEWING TOBACCO WCYMAN-ERUTON CO. C MIC A & O. lit. I I HAVE IT . THE I REAL TOBACCO ) WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY 5t) Union Square, New York you gQi your milk from u your doorstep tomorrow. Phone 854.