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12 KffiM1 ',: L'Anie, Barijja Cbcatyv Mfcfotf, Friday, March 7, 1 924 5200 Per Year In Africa Is; or STllREE JAKIHGJODYPMTS Lbody parts plant of the Ford . Biil went on tnree eigufc-uww Its Wednesday. It ha. been in rtUon the past month, bat the de ed for Ford body parU has been t that the extra shift was ry to get we yv- jesai K,o scroll saws have been in use I It is expected that ten more wui insUlled in the near future. Since uw mill has stopped edging thte !ber three is barely refuse enough keep the boilers in steam, no hog I having been sent to the Imperial for several weeks, jirge shipment of saw logs are ng received daily by rail and at ies the yards are so congested that two unloading machines are work- I three shifts. A new side track heing built parallel with the federal road be used as banking ground the forest products. It will be at st 400 feet long. Tracks Have n extended down the entire, length the new dock and logs are also be banked there. DANCE A SUCCESS The dancing party given last Fri- y night in the gym by the Snappy iven orchestra was the best of its nd ever given. A large number at nded, the music furnished by the r being much enjoyed. The or- lestra contemplates giving another rty in the near future. RRAULT GIVEN FIVE . YEARS IN MARQUETTE JCirriut Judge John u. Stone on nday held an adjourned term of ! Baraga county court, there being y three cacses tried, lenry Perrault plead guilty to ttatory rape and was sentenced to VrqueUe prison for a term, of five ten years, with a minimum of five fcL Minnie Brandvold was granted divorce from Louis Brandvold, as m Saini Autio, both being uneon- ted. . jCourt Stenographer Ingram was o in attendance. BILL BOOSTER SAYS OVXf Q K SCSSOR8lLt V- UClft A STIFF-MCCKEO OU GUN VMO (ANSs VJHAT WAS gooo tLviOowroawN ou GrfeAUOPAP S GOOO EM006H FOR W PROQRESS WAS STEAM-ROUCftWlfc OVERTK KICCK OP TUS tawoa&u tOO. MtARS , ViHkCH V VUUAXv AAK VivS UECVC CjTVW lf , Financial Report of Village of L'Anse, Baraga County, Michigan For the Year Ending February 29th; 1924 RECEIPTS ' ' , Balance on hand February 28th, 1923............. Taxes collected .$9140.75 Delinquent taxes received .'........ 1237.15 Electric Light collections 5719.41 Electric Light supplies sold ................ 124.78 Water collections 1103.60 , Show and peddler's licenses, etc.............. , 75.50 Cemetery lots sold . 20.00 Payments on Sidewalk accounts 100.00. . 638.44 Leans Total General Fund Loans paid 17521.09 2200.00 $20359.53 DISBURSEMENTS $6667.97, .............. 1200.00 Water Fund Electric Light Fund Street and Bridge Fund $7867.97 . 4334.73 . 6697.24 . 1156.52 Balance on hand February 29th, 1924..;.......... 19956.46 403.07 forest products. The logs , were banked on the South Shore track and will be shipped to L'Anse to the Ford saw mill. ' .'V " Fred Olson spent the week end at Calumet, visiting with relatives, r. MEN'S cfUB ORGANIZED A tnen's club was organized Tues day .evening in the parlors of the Methodist Episcopal church. The club is interdenominational and will meet every two weeks. Topics ' of vital interest will be ' discussed from time to time, and a general social atmos phere will characterize the evening hours. ; The following officers were elected ' ' President Charles Johnston. Vice President Cecil Smith. Secretary-Treasurer John Thomas. Assistant E. Howard Gross. The program committee for the next meeting, March 18, consists of Will Jackson, E. Howard Gross and W. H. Rule. Men of the community who are looking for such a club are cordially invited. LEAGUE ELECTS production because she seemed to fit so perfectly in the role of Barbara Parker, the girlish oil broker in this Beach epic. Miss Calhoun is a native of Cleve land, Ohio, and secured her first chance in. pictures via the beauty contest route. In "Flowine Gold" she has a role well suited to her personality.' She" plays the part of a Texas girl, who; returns from four years in the" east at boarding school, to find that her old father, the sheriff, played ''by Charles Sellon, has nearly starved himself to educate her. She immedi ately declares herself a partner in Total ......... $20359.53 ARTHUR G. OHMAN, Clerk, Village of L'Anse. Approved: Euclid S. LeDuc, Thos. A. Boivin, Edward Sicotte, . Finance Committee, Village of L'Anse. - . ' blaze in the Grill cafe. The gasoline I in . , the coffee percolator exploded. (No great amount of damage was ;done except by smoke. Items cf the iLown, ihome in Calumet. W. J. Blake left last Saturday forj W. H. Gerard returned to his home Iron Mountain, where he has accept- in Chassell Monday after a week's ed a position in the Ford plant. He .visit here with his sons and daughter. his pitiful real estate and oil broker- jjas employed the past winter aaj General Manager Herman ""Hartt age business, and with "the touch of delivery clerk for H. A. Johnston, and spent)the first of the week at the Ford a woman s nana of the chaos. Other, eminent performers in this all-star cast are Anna Q. Nilsson, Milton Sills, Crauford Kent, John Roche, Josephine CrowelL Bert Wod- ruff. Cissy Fitxeerald and Francis Powers. o- The Baraga Luther league met last Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engman, perfected an organization and choose the fol lowing officers for the ensuing year: President Miss Agnes Engstrom. Vice President Mrs. Edward John son. ' Secretary Mrs. Fred Engman. Treasurer Edward Johnson. Trustees Arvid Engman, Miss Emma Nord and Alfred Schultz. A luncheon followed the business session.. TKo M.f r11 W k.M Andr.. M.k. .pet Sunday hi. ' ; - " - brings order out jjs friends regret his departure. Joseph Gorshe spent Sunday Calumet. in camp at Sidnaw. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Hansen visited Monday in Houghton." FINISHES LOGGING Oscar Koraula of Arnheim has just ushed a good winter's Job of log ng. His cut was 750,000 feet of mlock and hardwood logs, 8,000 u and 500 poles, besides small car- f ds of mining timber And pulpwood. ' logs are banked at the lake shore i will be towed to Pequamlng next mmer to be cut Into Umber. iflmusements i f.n.i. IntonA. retnmpri KunrlftV ' L'ANSE BREV from the hospital at Hancock, where Mrs. French of Houghton will be he has been receiving treatment the Wilson Tavern, L'Anse, next " wv. Hi. nn StnW re-: Tuesday and Wednesday with a com- f""- -. . turned with him. Edward Bauchaud of Marinesco ar rived last week Thursday and will make his home here again. He left here twenty-nine years ago for Odanah. Wis., where he has been em- I ployed in the Stearns general store, iplete line of Dresses, Coats, Hats, Stockings, Corsets and Novelties, and would be pleased to show her line to any of the ladies interested. adver tisement. Dave Corey left Tuesday on a few days' business visit at Appleton. The Ford camps at Sidnaw will close down next week, having taken out three million feet of logs, which Last Friday evening at the Im- and is pleased to come back where nerial Heiehts school, Spurr town- many of his old menus suu resiue. ahiD the L'Anse girls' high school1 Mrs. Edward Winklemeyer of, will be shipped to Iron Mountain to k..i,tK.n tom defeated the teachers Calumet arrived last week Thursday.be cut Into lumber. of that school by the score of 15 to 6 to join her husband. They will re- Jn fast, snappy, clean game. The Bide in one of the Sicotte cottages. A. Laundroche has .accepted a po sition as clerk at the South Shore home of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson, BISHOP HOLDS SERVICES HERE MITCHELL MCIM ED ROAD COMMISSIONED At the monthly meeting of thd county board, held in L'Anse last Fri day, Edward C. Mitchell of Baragai was appointed a member of the county "road commissioners. '"'.' ,. Mr. Mitchell is well qualified fo the position, ' being highway' commis sioner of Baraga township for several years, and has acquired a thorough knowledge of road building. - The board at its meeting alsei favored - the adoptio'h of the Elo- Pelkie road in -Baraga township by, the county road commissioners. The! traffic is very heavy in this section, there being many settlers in that teritory. The usual number of bills wetd also allowed. -VILLAGE ELECTION MONDAY ' On Monday the villages of Baraga.' and L'Anse will elect officers for the. ensuing year, there being "but one set of, -nominees in each town. In L'Ans H. M. Hansen, the regular nominee) for treasurer, will 'bo opposed Vy, Miss Rosanna Seavoy on slips. TbisT is the only contest in either town. . 0-- : M. E. CHURCH Pequaming Morning service 10:30; church school at 11:45. Mission Church school at 2:15 Public worship at 3 o'clock. L'Anse Church school at 10:30? evening service at 7 o'clock. Young people's meeting Monday evening. Bible study and prayer service Thurs day evening. PEQUAMING Rt. Rev. Paul Nussbaum, D., bishop of the diocese of . Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie, held services Sunday morning in Sacred Heart church, and also delivered an inspir ing sermon. In a brief address to the congregation he felicitated them I day a guest of his daughter, on the beautiful appearance of the ' Payne. A. M. Kelly returned Monday front,' . a brief visit in the copper country. Miss Alice Settlow of Glen wood: ; City, Wis., arrived Sunday and is at guest of Mrs. Payne. Walter Taylor visited in Pembine the first of the week. W. S. Taylor of L'Anse spent Sun- Mrs. church, which has been completely redecorated and renovated. His visit was unofficial. He ar rived,' last Saturday and returned to Marquette Sunday afternoon, while here being the guest Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Andersvn were Houghton visitors last Saturday and Sunday. ' John Fribley was in Ishpeming ;lnst Thursday week in attendance, at THE FORDSON" OPENS, nager Cotrrove has secured the fbrecht Sisters Stock - company -and Mature Ladies' orchestra for Sunday, Jrch 9th, at L'Anse one 'hinae. H they will play their feature com dy, "Adam and Ev Tli OKrKt fters company is a guaranteed at- ("rtion, playing to record-breaking fusmess at Ironwood,' Ishpeming, pancock, EscanaU and Menominee. nd in everv Ia ti..M t. the highest praise for the com- ny. The girls have snared no ex. ne in selecting a capable company ' Players, and their plays are of the West da,.. Three acts of the nest vaudeville entertain-between and the famn AM.t.HfM 'y a concert of tit. Mnn'.. fore the show. L . ; Adatn and Eva" b a wholesome dy and tires each Wonderful ODixrtiin!tw -Th I iincludes th urt. " vt- n j I 'Ji a. earn ana C. 0b?ht Johnay fiulMran lead- Cii ' FeW Watts, Noma Bid i! Stenhen O.. ii- r L ylor Bennett: Win., n.u... t. E. J.' Alleman. Beautiful Jwns ar featured, and a special "f producUon Is carried. Imperials scored the first basket JIra Umpson left last Saturday .dePot L'Anse soon followed with a tree fl.or a two weeks' visit In Houghton, throsr, which evened the score, after Mr8 otto Goltsch was a Hough v:.u .v.. r in the lead ..iii. i,f'fi,inn)v .v i. .v- -.m Th-lr naaaes and. r..t.u pi.i f Snurr attended the "bipment oT the hardwood lum Uffl work showed superb training. he pervisor.' meeting in L'Anse,1' thk , v.. won everv .... t7-:j... purchased. . ine uT: ... - ; ; - Andrew Murto spent Sunday at his game piayeu i w uscn uvii - - j splendid tribute to them. ' 'from Iron Mountain, where he spent Champion defeated Jhe boys' high a few days on business. f ' school team the same night at Cham-j Dr. McQuestion of. Trout Creek 1 ion, 23 to 9. The game was slow a veterinary, was in town . last Fri and uninteresting. This was the boys' day. final game. Attorney J. J. O'Connor was a legal business visitor in Spurr last Friday. Thursday of last week at the Am- j Joseph Blair of Salt Lake City vis phidrome in Houghton the Pequaming lted ift8t Friday with his son-in-law, hockey team was defeated by the Edward Levigne. . Calumet All-Stars by the score of j Charles McCloud of Calumet , was 2 to 1. It was a battle royal between In jAnse 't Friday between trainp. the teams. Althoughh Pequaming j Ernest Goodreau was a copper lost, Calumet had to play the best country caiier last Friday. kind of hockey to win. Pequaming Mrg Bel and children spent' last drew the first point in a tussle about Frlday in Houghton. tire minutes after the first play, I jj. Oakley of Ishpeming trans E. H. McDonald of the Thorsen Lumber company of Appleton, Wis., was in town . Monday looking after home in Calumet. J. B, .Jettie of Marquette, secretary of the U. C. F. C spent Tuesday in L'Anse looking after the societys' in terests. ' Earl Derosier spent Wednesday in Marquette caclling on friends. Atty. Leo J. Brennan left Wednes day for Alpena '' to attend the funeral of Mrs. James Lamer, Mrs. Brennan's mother, which will be .held today in that city. The Fordson ice cream parlors in, the Menard block were opened to the public last Saturday, many attendd ing the opening. New furniture, fixtures and all the necessary equip ment to make the place a success have been installed. It is nicely ap pointed and is neat and clean, and the place is assure of a large patronage. o SPURR PRIMARY of Rev. Fr. a Masonic meeting. . Mrs. Charles Maki of Aura baa been in L'Anse the past week receiv ing '.medical treatment. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Deter of Hougb fan were guests of Mir. and Mrs. FisK few days this week. The Men's Club meeting will be held next Tuesday in the Ladies' Ail room. A good program is assured. All men are welcome. Spurr township will on Monday, March 17th?, hold a township, primary to nominate the several township offi cers for the ensuing year. All candi dates must file their names with the township clerk by today, this being the last day. This is the first township in Baraga county to adopt the primary system and do away, with the old caucus sys SKANEE tem. It. will give all the. people of City Engineer Leslie D. Goddardithat section ample Ume to , go and arrived Monday from Escanaba. register their choice. The Imperial Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dakota are mine, which is running two shifts, un- the proud parents of a daughter, der the old system would only have falling from born last Friday ihalf of the men vote, those on the stitches were required YiArtlv after which the All-Stars .mA vn.:naa i..f Fridav at the evened up the score, ending tne penoa county treasurer's office. ISS CALnoUN MAKC3 ' FK3T NATIONAL BOW Alice Calhoun makes her first p nce with. First NaUonal in the KKhard Walton Tully picturisaUon il o Bewh'i Powerful story, -Flow-, wMch make its appear ance on Wednesday and Thursday at tt nstime thcxtre. - with a tie. In the second frame the boys from Calumet played a wonderful defens ive game, an . taking advantage of every opportunity scored ' another, holding the Pequaming sextet to a shut out. . , , . 1 The final period was a real battle, time and again five and six players beins- tiled In a heap on the Ice. Neither team was able to score in this frame. ' " Over a hundred rooters xrom mis county attended the game. ' , o ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Arthur J. McMillan last Friday afternoon slashed his throat In two placet In an attempt to commit sui cide at his home In LlAnse. For a time it was thought he could not re cover, but" he is coming along nicely James Harrington spent last Friday in Hancock. F. E. Christianson transacted busi ness last week Thursday and Friday in Hancock. at the Armstrong-Thiel-man Lumber company's yard. Mrs. George , Degagne spent last Friday calling on former friends in the copper country. , Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mattson were called to Mass City ast Friday to at tend the funeral Saturday of Gust Alto, who was an uncle of Mrs.: Matt- son. - v ,'. John T, Rowe of Laurium, deputy pure food inspector, was in town last Friday looking over several business places. ' Mrs. Michcael Mackowskl returned last Friday from a three weeka trip te Detroit and Chicago. Last, Friday morning the fire de partment was called out to put out adopt the primaries. . o WATTON Mike Bowers had a small niece of niirht shift being unable to be present steel in his eye Monday, which ne- Supervisor Richards is chiefly in cessitated his laying off for a few stntmental in getting his township to days.: '' A son was born last Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Sulo Thure. Supt. W. H. Pinder visited the Ma son and OTpoIe schcools Tuesday. A regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Sengebusch next Wednesday evening. The ladies are busy pre paring for their annual church fair to be held In ApriL Dan Connor and Edward Rehn were copper country, callers Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Taylor of Iron Mountain arrived Tuesday, Mr. Tay lor being employed on the log loaders at the Ford plant ; . , ' 1 D. C. -Shea of Houghton was a guest Sunday of his mother. Shea. ' - McDonald's . camp at Bovine wilfj close down next wstk, having taken Nels Chilin was in Hancock Monday, and Tuesday on a business mission.. Gust Johnson was a caller Monday in L'Anse.4 Mrs. Lindahl left Wednesday forasV week's visit in Ishpeming. ' ; Erick E.' Erickson expects to ceai plete his logging contract within the next two weeks. He will get oat about two million feet of logs, which, have been sold to the Ford Motor company. Miss Elna Nelson and Miss Ruth! Engstrom spent the week .end vial ting at Baraga. , , Miss Mabel. McKenna while sleigh! riding down a steep hill last Friday night cut a deep gash in her forehead. the sleigh. ' Sever! to close' tta EUas Koskenmaki and daughter Alma visited last Friday in L'Anse. ' Supervisor Swande Goddell attend ed the county board ' meeting at L'Anse last Friday. Alex Porter spent several days at his home in the Soo. .He is scaling logs in this vicinity "fori the Inde pendence Lumber, company . Nels Rajala transated. business last Wednesday in noughton. . Township Qerk Charles. Wuomos was in the county seat Tuesday on official business. " " Alfred OHilo was a business caller Wednesday at Kewaunee. vl llrs. George fKmi'and Mrs. Victor wound. , ' '' ' . ' Mrs. Jane Nankervis an4 childrestt spent the week. end visiting , former friends in Calumet. . . ' . . , ' Misses Pauline Hartvigh and Ines Moran and Master - Donald QmM2 were callers last Saturday 'In thai copper country, ' ', . Miss Bertha Anderson spent ' last Saturday nad Sunday a guest of hex mother In Pequaming. , t Supervisor Ernest ': Nelson'- aftl Frank Tuttle were in L'Aase' last Friday, Mr. Nelson attending ' that supervisors' meeting. ,' ': , , CiU'of Covington visited In Watton out one and one-half million feet cfTuesJay sjrith friends. ,'; . CARD OF TIIANKS T We take this method of thafakiiri our many. kind friends and tteighborsi' who assisted us during the illness stS death of our beloved wife and motbec We thank you Tor the floral emUea and assure you your 'kindnesses v3 always be remembered by us. i . V ;IIeSry Usyo. and ChUirta, . ' 71 w loahsi to .Tally, for this ow.