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o o The VOL. 32 NO I L'ANSE, BARAGA COUNTY MICHIGAN, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1911. TERMS: $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THANKSGIVING PROGRAMS. To be Rendered la L'Anse Township Schools Wednesday Afternoon. VILLAGE SCHOOL. 6th. and 7th. Grade. . Thanksgiving Hymn; school. Thanksgiving ode; Delia Trudeau. Our first Thanksgiving day; Anna Stack. The American Flag; Pupils of the 6th grade. Origin of Thanksgiving day; Leo Tollefson. That things are no worse ; Anna Sands. My dream of the U. S. A. ; School. The first Thanksgiving day; Mattie Herin. A boys Thanksgiving; Donald San regret. . A voice from old New England; Laura Roberts. Thanksgiving; Vera Carlson. The waifs' Thanksgiving; Eva Stein metz, Jean Compbell, Stella Gamache, Margaret Cote, Norman McKindles, Oliver Paquette, Oliver Derocher, Victor Seovoy, Emil Sansregret. , Thanksgiven eve; Ruth Ley. Thanksgiving; Arthur Cote. Mhanksgiving thoughts; Gladys Ford. November; Fred Knepple. Our Country; School. Fourth and Fifth Grades: Song, A merry greeting; school. Thanksgiving greeting; Alphonse Morin. November. Albertina Duchenno. Ali Cogia; One girl and twelve boys. Song, Thanksgiving joys. Thanksgiving and Grandma; Loretta McKindles. Why they were Thankful; Pearl Charette, Kathleen Stack, Flarence Sanregret Genevive Cote, John Mayo, Leon Lavigne. Song, Father we thank thee. Pilgrim maid; Helen Mayo. Song, Thanksgiving; School. Granny Dewdrops Thanksgiving; Mamie Mayo. Paul Budreau.Fred Moran, Carl Jacobson, Gilbert Cheput. Song, I'll be a hero yet;Willis Fergu son. Drill, Hoop; By eight girls. Peggy's presence of mind; Rosie Peterson, Beatrice Sanregret, M ildred Granger, William Crane, Harry Holli day, Frank Duchenno. 2nd and 3rd Grade. Song, Childs' Thanksgiving; school. Exercise, Cause for Gladness; ( Four boys. Indian War Dance; Eight Boys. Song, Thanksgiving day; school. Thankful Kitty; Adda Churchill. March and Drill, Cat tails; 16 boys. Song, What makes Thanksgiving ; School. ' ' Exercise, Cranberries. Seven girls. Folk dance; 15 girls. Song; The man in the fire; school. Exercise, November; eight childre n. Thanskgiving cooks. Maud Kemp and Dudoxie Rambaud. Song, a ThAnskiving feasn; school. Drama, The first Thanskiving; eleven children. Song, America; School. . McKernan School. Thanksgiving hymn; School. Thanksgiving; Bliza Connors. The pumpkins; Ellen Crebassa. November and Turkey; Emil Schultz. The first Thanksgiving; Annie Creb assa. Autumn leuves; Arthur Wall en. Song, Golden grain; School. Thanksgiving proofs; Martin Grace. November Party; Lizzie Crebassa. ' First cousins; Henry Schultz. The pop-corn-man Annie Johnston. November; Martha Connors and school. . 1 Corn song; School. An upset pie; Leo Grace.. . November poems; Willie Connor. Thanksgiving day; Florence Crebassa. Thankful; Fred Schultz . First Thanksgiving day; Florence Emerie. Thanksgivings' near; Daniel Connor. Song, Lost Turkey; Louise Schultz and Annie Johnson. Pen picture of the first Thanksgiving ; George Egerer. Thanksgiving comes tomorrow; Annie Emerie. Thanksgiving time; Eartha Egerer. Thanksgiving; Louie Schultz. , ,TA little pumpkins; Primary. ' Wpatare we thankful for;1 Dennis Connors. . What we are thankful for; Robert Egerer. Song Pilgrim maids; school. Play, Dream of the Jack o' lanterns; six boys and one girl. WILL DISCONTINUX LAKX LIGHT AND FOG SIGNALS. Light and fog signals at the follow ing named stations will be discontiuued at sunrise on the dates given below, ac cording to a notice given out from the Duluth bydrophic office: On Dec. 5, Granite Island light sta tion, Huron Islrnd light station, Stan- nard Rock light station; On Dec. 7, Manitou light station, Gull Rock light station; on Dee. 8, Split Rock station; Isle Royale light station, Rock of Ages light statirn; on Dec. 10, Spectacle Reef light station, Poe Reef liget sta tion, No. 59, Martin Reef light vessel, No. 89, Outer Island station, Michigan Island light station, Raspberry Island station, Devils Island light station, Sand Island light station. Victory lor The Copper Country. At the International Exposition held at Antwerp, Belgium, under the auspic es of the King of Belgumi, Count of of Flanders and city of Antwerp, and which was open to the world, the Beer of the Bosch Brewing Co. of Lake Linden, Mich., was awarded the Gold Medal for Purity and highest quality. A cablegram was received by the Bosch Brewing Co. last Monday an nouncing this fact, and the Medal and Diploma will be delivered to above Company in a short time. The Bosch Co. has been the recipient of many messages of congratulations and is justly proud of its great Victory. Mr. Arvid Johnson, of Baraga, is the agent of the Bosch Brg., Co. and will promptly fill all orders for the "Gold Medal Beer." 11-25-2 Coughing At Night Means loss of sleep, which is bad for everyone. Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound stops the cough at once, relieves the tickling and dryness in the throat and heals the inflamed membranes. Prevents a cold developing into bron chitis or pneumonia. Keep always in the house. ' Refuse substitutes. L'Anse Pharmacy. ' For Sale. Nine horses, price $50 upward. D. P. Menard, 11-25-f. L'Anse, Mich. Saved Many from Death. W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark., believes he has saved many lives in his 25 years of experience in the drug business. "What I always like to do," he writes, is to recommend Dr. King's New Dis covery for weak, sore lungs, hard colds, hoarseness, obstinate coughs, la grippe, croup, asthma, or other bronchial af fection, for I feel sure that a number of my neighbors are alive and well to day because they took my advice to use it. I honestly believe it's the best throat and lung medicine that's made. " Easy to prove he's right. Get a trial bottle free, or regular 60c or $1.00 bot tle. Guaranteed by all druggists. Pequaming Ladles' Club. The Pequaming 'Ladles' Club met at the home of Mrs. Barr Wednesday, No vember 15. There was a good attend ance. After spending a social after afternoon, a dainty luncheon was served. Two weeks previous the club met with Mrs. Noyes and the following of ficers were elected: Pres., Mrs. Nie- pert: V. Pres.. Mrs. Barr; Sec. and Treas., Miss Zoe M. Proctor. "V The ladies will meet with Mrs. Nie pert Wednesday, Nov. 29. Skanee Notes. Messrs. Charles Newman, Oscar Guatafson and Fred Westberg, of Dol lar Bay, arrived Thursday and expect to spend the winter here. ' For Sale. Six logging sleighs,, snow plow, horse Jammer, eight drags and camp outfit. S. D. Murphy, 8-28-tf. Pequaming, Mich. For Sale. Young pigs, good breed. Mkador Seavot, 8-28-tf. L'Anse, Mich. Turkeys For Sale. At 15c a pound in live weight In quire of Alfred 8. Peterson, 11-18-2-p. Skanee, Ulch. For coughing, dryness and tickling in the throat, boarseneM and all coughs and colds, take Foley's Hooey and Tar Compound. Contains no opiate, ' The L'Anse Pharmacy. , TO OUR ADVERTISERS, As usual, we will issue an enlarged Christmas edition this year, on Saturday, December 16. Those wishing enlarged space or special ads are requested to notify us on or before De cember 2. - Local Items Mr. and Mrs. Rush Culver left Tues day for their new home in Monroe, La. Captain John Richards, of Dollar lar Bay, was a business visitor here Tuesday. George M. Edwardsen returned Tuesday from Chicago, where he pur chased goods for his new store, which he will open up soon. P. Brennan was in Houghton Monday on business. Attorney Ira E. Randall, of Hough ton, was a business visitor here several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred King and daugh ter, Iola, drove to Arnheim Sunday, where Mr. King looked after his log ging interests. Mrs. L. G. Rappe, who was a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Menard, returned to her home in Onto nagon Tuesday. Mrs. George Sanregret spent Tues day visiting in Baraga. A. Boivin was a Houghton business visitor Tuesday. Pat Stack, who is employed as assay er in the Mass Mining Company's mill at Keweenaw Bay, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stack of the Bay Shore. Miss Grace Clyne left last Saturday for a weeks' visit with relatives in Marquette. Herbert E. Johnson, bank examiner, of Grand Rapids, examined the Baraga County National Bank Wednesday and found the institution in the best of con dition. J. O. Maxey is in Chicago attending the land show. Joseph Bushey transacted business in Herman yesterday. The condrum supper and pedro social given at the hall Thursday evening was a success socially and financially. The ladies netted $126. The winners of the pedro content were Charles Kelsey and Miss Florence ' Moran. Norman Cos grove and Beatrice Sanregret took the booby prize. ' Miss Mollie O'Connor won the conundrum doll. Matt Hansen is expected home to morrow from a week's purchasing trip in Chicago and Milwaukee. August H. Menge was in Houghton Thfirsday. OUR SUBSCRIBERS This week The Sentinel enters upon it's thirty-second year of existence, thanks to the support of the good people of our county and others. This issue being our Thanksgiving number, we take advantage of the opportunity presented by assuring all our patrons of our appreciation of their co-operation. ' We have enjoyed a good year, have been kept busy, and have added many new subscribers to our list. We still have room for more, however, and hope that with the many chang es we are making for their benefit, others will see that it is to their advantage to join our circle of readers. , With this issue we begin publishing The Sentinel free of all advertisements except those of our home trade. We know that this change will meet with the approval of our sub scribers. By this arrangement we are able to control the con plete advertising contract for this paper, and at last are free to say what shall and shall not be printed in our columns. Under the old system, we were compelled to take just what the printers heretofore were wont to give us. Many times we were compelled to print our paper with advertise ments of various concerns to whom we did not care to give publicity especially advertisements pertaining to the beauti ful, unexcelled conditions of other parts of the country. We know that one can not find a better part of the coun try to locate in than this beautiful peninsula with its many ad vantages. Why, thn, when we have so much to offer at home, should we ask you to go to Canada or some other place in one column, and in another tell you the benefits to be de rived right here? Because we could not lift our hand and have our own say. Of course, Canada and such other places may have their advantages too, but we believe we can equal all golden opportunities right here in Michigan. Look over our ready-print pages. Here yon will find the opening chapters of a long, serial story, fine reading for a winter's evening, when the day's work is done and you are at peace with the world. . And then you will find a few columns particularly adapted to the women and the household, as well as a children's column. A review of the world's events will hereafter occupy a conspicuous pbee, and we will have a corn er for ths termer. Frcrn ; time to time, you will find season abb articles on days cf bnpertoncs in the history of our coun try. A cpecixl Thxnktivinar story appears today. Miss Agnes Brennan was a visitor in Houghton Thursday. . Mrs. Sam Sylvester, of Keweenaw Bay, was in L'Anse Thursday. Mrs. C H. Anderson is visiting in the copper country this week. O. J. DePlanta, of Hancock, who has been hunting with R. B. Reynolds, re turned to his home Wednesday with a fine deer. J. L. Newberry, of Petoskey, was a business visitor here Wednesday. Messrs. Harry Culver and Thomas A. Cosgrove left Wednesday for Monroe, La., where the former will reside. Thomas has not yet decided on a defin ite location. The steamer Winnipeg, which brought the saw mill for the L'Anse Bay Lumber Co., left Wednesday for Duluth. Mrs. J. B. Belanger left Wednesdry for Chicago, called there by the sudden death of Carl, the eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Barber. Mrs. A. Goltsch has leased the Goltsch House to Mrs. A. Picard, who has taken . possession and will run a hotel. Sheriff. Peter Demgen received a message announcing the death of his sister, Mrs. Patrick Coffee, at Virgin ia, Minn., Thursday morning. Mrs. Coffee was well known, having lived here a great many years, and her death was quite a shock to her many friends and acquaintances. J. E. Byrns, secretary of the L'Anse Bay Lumber Co., was in L'Anse on Wednesday on business pertaining to the erection of the mill. A hunting party consisting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cornwell and Dr. F. Free man of Saginaw, W. G. Tapert of the Soo, John Yuill and Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Anderson returned to their homes this week with a fine lot of deer, after spending ten days at Skanee. Walter Edgerton and sister, Helen, former residents of L'Anse but for the past few years of Houghton, left Wednesday for Roseberg, Oregon, where they will make their future home. The two most successful hunters in Baraga county this season from low er Michigan were Amos Kuhms of White Pigeon, who bagged a 220 pound buck, and Dr. P. Radebaugh of Sturg- is, who was equally as successful. The animals were beauties, each having 9 GET THB BENEFIT. splendid heads and horns. The hunt ers left here Wednesday for their homes. They hunted in the Arvon dis trict Notice of Discontinuance of Part of "L'Anse and Boron Bey Road," a County Road. ' At a meeting of the Board of County Road Commissioners held on Friday, October 20th, A. D. 1911, the following resolution was adopted: Resolved, That the County Road known as the "L'Anse and Huron Bay Road" excepting that part one and one quarter mile in let.gth running East by North, and that part one and one-half mile in length running West by South dividing the organized townships of Arvon and L'Anse, be and is hereby ordered discontinued and to no longer be a County Road after due notice of said discontinuance; and that said road not ordered discontinued remain known as the "L'Anse and Huron Bay Road." Yeas McKercher and Denomie. Nays Lyons. Martin Voetsch, Clerk of the Board of County Road Commissioners of Bar aga County, Michigan. 11-25-12-23. Starts Much Trouble. If all people knew that neglect of constipation would result in severe in digestion, yellow jaundice or virulent liver trouble, they would soon take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and end it. Its the only safe way. Best for bilious ness, headache, dyspepsia, chills and debility. 25c at all druggists. L. O. T. M. M. Attention. Alz members of Meadow Brook Hive 654 are hereby notified that a meeting will be held Monday evening, Nov. 27. Matters of great importance need your careful consideration. " Remember the date and oblige The Commander. Thanksgiving Programs. To Be Rendered In Baraga Township Schools Wednesday Afternoon. Public Invited. . VILLAGE SCHOOL. Kindergarten. Song, Pumpkin Pies; Grade one. Rec, Best; Minnie Kunick. Rec, Time for pumpkin pies; Elwyn Reed. Rec., Why she is thankful; Helga Peccala. Rec, A Pilgrim laddie; John Ed wards. Rec, The pie; Edward Magnant Dialogue, Why we're thankful; El mer Johnston and Belford Bulley. Rec, Time for joy; Myrtle Clishe. Rec, The squirrel's Thanksgiving; Leona Ross. Rec, Thank you day; Arnold Dua chaine. Song, Mr. Pumpkin Face; Group of boys. Rec, The kitten's Thanksgiving; Willie Holmes. Rec, The turkey; Gregory Getzen. Rec, The turkey's goodbye; Herbert Shulatad. Rec, Pumpkins; Hilda Kinnunen. Rec, Be thankful; Cecelia Pipper. Rec, A secret; Mildred Foucault Song, Old November; Kindergarten pupils. Rec, Cheery hearts; Verner Pipper. Rec, Thanksgiving; Alice Loud. Exercise, The popcorn man; School. Rec, Jolly Jack O'Lantern, Fred Lrurn. Rec., What I like; Frances Foucault. Rec, Harvest time; Fred Hild. Rec, An old-time Thanksgiving; Ed' na Mathes. Rec, Is he?; Florence Clishe. Song, Over the snow; group of chil dren. Rec, The turkey's opinion; Clarence Goldqulst ' Rec, Why?; Lawrence Theobald. Rec, Smile time; Isabel King. Rec, Little Paul's Thanksgiving; Martha Darcy. Rec, At grandma's Ingrid Anderson. Song, A Pilgrim lullaby; group of girls.. Rec, Modest Tommy; Wilfred La Court. Rec, Five pumpkins; Blanche Gauthler. V Rec, Six little ' turkeys; Leander Theobald. '.' . ' f Rec, The song of a pumpkin; Theo dore Picard. Eon, Teddy's r station; Alice Load, Edna llatbea, George Cote, Elmer Johnston. Rec, A Thankful little girl; Amanda Engstrom. Rec, First cousins; Robert Wilson. Rec, A Thanksgiving wish: Eileen Ross. Rec, Too bad; Ellsworth St Ger main. Rec, What it takes; John Pasanen. Rec. An upset pie; Helmi Isaacson. Song, Points of view;Mt)vin Knis ely, Florence Fribley. Rec, A welcome guest; CeciliaBurna. exercise, nignm children; seven children. Rec, November's fun; Luella Darcy. Rec, If I were a Pilgrim boy; Geo. Cote. Rec, The magic vine; Mary Graham. Song, Upon Thanksgiving day; group of children. Rec, November; Jack Getzen. Rec, A Thanksgiving treat; Alma Gould. Rec. Ready; Mary Getzen. Rec, The little Pilgrim maid; Flor ence Fribley. Rec, A question; Douglas Bendry. Rec,, My dream; Norbert Giddings. ' Song, What will he do?: school. Miss Theobald's Room. Song, Thanksgiving day has come again; school. Rec, Little Pavl's Thanksgiving; Ju dith Isaacson. Rec, If I were a Pilgrim boy; Clay ton Johnson. Rec, Said Mr. Turkey; Rhoda Ben- dry. Rec, Thankful Hearts; Victor Ed- wurua. Song, The lost turkey; four girls. Rec,. Six little turkeys; Joseph Fou cault Rec, What I'm thankful for; Theo dore Berg. ( ) Rec. The Squirrel's Thanksgiving; Margaret Hild. Rec, I'm glad I'm not a boy; Vic toria LaBeau. Dialogue, Our first Thanksgiving day; six girls. Rec, The song of a pumpkin; Louis Laurn. Tec, The day we love; Stanley Pi card. Rec, Tomorrow; Laura King. Song, Over the river; school. Rec, The pie; Rubel Johnson. Rec, November; Vivian Auge. Exercise, Thanksgiving day: three boys. ' . . x . Sec, A Child's Thanksgiving; Ethel Ross. Rec, Little Jack Frost; Ronald Mc- Gowan. Rec, The little Pilgrim maid; Pauline Magnant. Rec, Getting acquainted; Adolph Gerard. Song, We need you; second grade girls. Rec, Queer things; Ellenjjohnson. Rec, Thanksgiving; Homer LaBeau. Dialogue, Harvest time; seven girls. Rec, The lone turkey; Francis Falk. Rec, Thanksgiving; Mary Gaindon-v Rec, Why?; Theus McQueen. . . Rec, Baby's, Thanksgiving; Effie Getzen. Rec, A cat's Thanksgiving Soliloquy; Gladys LaBeau. Rec, Thankful for Thanksgiving; Rungner Johnson. Dialogue, The first Thanksgiving; seven children. Rec, Thanksgiving day; Wallace Gerard. Rec, Elsie's Thanksgiving; Lillian Graham. Song, Thanksgiving, four children. Rec, My dream; Elmer Johnson. Rec, An old-time Thanksgiving; Frances Wilson. Bee, A Thanksgiving dream; Her bert Greenblatt Rec, Better than going to grand pa's; Erances Clisch. ' Rec, Thanksgiving; Nina Pennock. Rec.', Tommy Bob; Homer Auge. Song, Harvest time; school. i Miss Ron an 's Room. Song, Thanksgiving; school. Rec, A Thanksgiving; Eileen John Rec, Thanksgiving; William Isaac son. Rec, Thanksgiving; Ina Anderson. Rec, My pie plant; Hattie Kunick. Rec, Happy, and Thankful Hearts; Ralph Foucault Song, Reward of labor; school. Rec, The lone turkey gobbler; Hugo Johnson. Rec, The spirit of Thankfulness; Le ona Giddings. Rec, A child's Thanksgiving; Esther Mattson. Rec, The turkey's opinion; Monica Ibbottson. ' Rec, Thanksgiving; Ina Norrback. Song, We need you; Marion and Bertha Wilson, Theo. Crebassa and Wllhelm InaFalk. ; Rec, Thanksgiving; Patrick Burns. Rec, November; Charles Drake. Roc, Thanksgiving time; Ansstaeia Darcy. . (Continued on Fourth Pag).