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Yald can bo found at our storo
at all times. Wo cary tho
. . . .best stock of . ... .
in town. On warm days refresh
. yourself with a dish of our
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Licensed Einbalmer by the
State Board of Health.
Full line of
CJfflns, Caskets, Funeral Supplies
f WMte Hearse and 2 Black Hearses.
All calls promptly attended.
jFfrfces t Reasonable.
A Fine Assortment
of Horee Goods is always kept in
Btocfc at our store. Just at present we
are showing a tine line of
Blankets & Robes
that was never equalled in Yale. If
you are in need of anything in this
line it will pay you to call on us. Our
etook of hand-made
was neyer more complete than now.
See our line.
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FinrnlM ant" eruptive blotchc are most unpleas
ant Washes do not help, touks do nut cure, but
if yon use
you will be relieved and cured and your akin will
be healthy and tound. Mo roasou to bo in agony
any mora with this u'.d family remedy on hand.
UsJj a it has been for 25 years it has pained a
wonderful n-putatwn and thousands ul young men
25 and 50c.
MATHEWS & WIGHT.
IS THE TIME
r to have vour
A large assortment of Mould
ings Matting, Etc, always in
gtock. ' Repairing, Upholstering
and all shop work done promptly.
TRAINS LEAVE YALE AS FOLLOWS:
For Port Huron and east at 9:17 A. M. and
8:00 1. M.
For Saginaw and way stations
'J: 13 A.M. and 7:17 r. M.
Fop Grand Kaplds. Ludlncton and western
points, Detroit and Toledo 11:43 A. M.
General Passenger Agent.
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anoavery other convenience lor the
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Tom Kcnerson and Nod Fowler were
daring young fellow, neither of whom
would be ant to choose a commonplace
occupation. They were working In p
cotton mill on small wages, when
Kenersou noticed the wages paid to
divers nud proponed to Fowler, with
whom he had become very Intimate,
that they should learn how to dive,
They left the mill uud, entering the
service of a wrecking company, soon
became the most daring among the
Meanwhile Kcnerson married, and
it was said that the marriage was u
sad blow to Fowler. Hut this was
made up merely from observation, for
neither Fowler nor Mrs. Nancy Keu
ersou ever said a word to any one
as to how either regarded tho other,
and, as for Nancy, she chose Tom Kcn
erson. However this may be, the two
men became stronger friends each
year until they were more like broth
ers than friends. Ned Fowler was of
ten a guest at the Kenersons' and al
ways conducted himself toward his
friend's wife honorably.
Ten years after the two men entered
the diving profession Fowler was still
In the service of the wrecking com
pany, while Kenerson engaged him
self for odd Jobs requiring a man of
jrreat nerve aud experience, for which
he received large pay.
One day Fowler received a tele
gram: Tom la caught under a bg weight at thel
Red Jacket wreck. Corno and save him.
These few words brought up a dis
tressing picture to the diver. He saw
above water men with anxious faces
steadily pumping air, others eagerly
watching for any sign from the life
line, while perhaps fifty to a hundred
feet below lay his friend, held down
under a mass of wreckage, hourly get
ting weaker, the signals hourly becom
It was a three hours Journey by th4
shortest and quickest route, but when
Ned Fowler reached the railroad sta
tion he found a locomotive with steam
up ready to take him to the scene of the
disaster, and, flying at the rate of a
mile a minute, it was but two hours
from the time he received the telegram
till he was on the float over the sunken
Ked Jacket. Nancy was there, wonder
fully cool outwardly, but Ned saw by
the imploring glance she gave him how
"Nancy," he whispered, 'tell me that,
whether or no I save him, you'll believe
I did my best."
"Save Llm," was nil she would say
The helmet was put on, and Fowler,
getting on the ladder, soon sank out of
sight. It was half an hour before he
came back and reported that he had
found his friend the hold of the
steamer pinned under an iron frame
which had slid down upon him while
he was at work. He had taken Tom's
hand and by a pressure they both knew
well assured him that his old crony
was with him. The difficulty was to
remove the debris. Fowler had at
tempted to do so, but had failed to stir
the mass. He had come up to get a
rope to attach to it, hoping that those
above might lift it
Meanwhile the signals on the life line
were becoming fainter. P.efore assum
ing the helmet a second time Ned whis
pered to Nancy, who was now a pic
ture of despair:
"Nancy, do you believe I am doing
"Save him," was again her sole reply.
The last look those present caught of
the diver's face was that of one who
had determined to go to his death. He
had little hope that he would save his
friend, and he knew that he could not
face his friend's wife if he came up
alive leaving him dead below. He
sank beneath the surface, a cable coll
on his right arm, which uncoiled as he
descended. Within twenty minutes
after he had disappeared he gave the
signal to pull on the rope. A dozen
men took hold; there was a creaking;
then the heavers went down on their
backs in a heap tho rope had broken!
Again the diver came up. Ills hel
met was removed for consultation.
Fowler said that his friend could not
bo taken out alive unless it were done
at once. "Get me an anchor chain,"
There was none on the floats, but in
an instant a boat pulled oft to a vessel
lying near and brought the chain.
It was lowered and Ned called for bin
"Nancy," he whispered, "will you be
satisfied that I have done my best with
this effort? There will not be time for
"Save him," was still her only reply.
"If I don't," he replied, "goodby."
After awhile a long while tho sig
nal was given, and this time the chain
held, the debris was removed, nud An
other signal came to pull up Kcnerson.
llo came to the surface; his helmet
was removed; he was'dcad.
Iiut no signal came from Fowler. His
rope was pulled up, but nothing came
with it. Quick as It could be done a
diver who had Just come to the float
put on a suit, went down and brought
tp the missing man. He was uncon-ik-lous,
having been injured by the
framework, which had slipped and
When two years later Nancy Kcner
son married Ned Fowler those who had
heard the words "Save him" so often
repeated tried to assign a reason for
what appeared to be an Injunction on
Fowler not to como back if ho could
not save Kenerson. Nancy never gave
a reason to any one except her second
husband. It was this: She knew If
Kcnerson was lost Fowler would hope
to marry her, and this is why Fowler
repeated his Inquiry If she would be
latlifliM that he did hia best.
Humor and Philosophy
Dy DUNCAN N. SMITH
JUST A FEW.
The lady who walks with a kangaroo
The boy who struts round with his hat on
The man who wears clothes on a bright
Bo loud you can hear them a full block
The dude who was raised as his mamma's
And Alls his blank face with a cheap
The fellow who whistles a tune on tho
Are some of tho Items that give me a
The man who has won a suro thing on the
And springs his roll on you In every old
The man who has filled up his system with
And comes round to pour out his soul In
The youth fresh from college, who thinks
he can show
Ills dad a few points as to how things
The lady so cultured she cannot talk plain,
Are some of the Items that give me a pain.
The girl who can sing, dance a twostep
But who at the sight of a dish rag would
The man who detains you a full hour or
To tell how unaided he put down the war.
The spoiled child who raises the roof with
Till mamma Is certain the darling's un
well, The man who because of his whiskers Is
Are some of the Items that gtve me a pain.
Tho woman of forty or upward who tries
Her best to be kittenish, blinking her eyes;
The girl who can talk about nothing but
And thinks every fellow comes round to
The youth who lives only for baseball and
The borrowing friend who Is all the time
The fellow who builds only castles In
Are some of the items that give me a pain.
"What Is the little fellow crying
"Ho wants the moon."
"Let him alone. He will be big
enough to want the earth in a few
In Their Line.
. "Haw yoil a ten cent deck of cards?"
"No; we haven't anything as cheap
as that, but here Is a quarter deck
much used by sailors."
The Original One.
"Too much gold has ruined many a
"Sort of a yellow peril, eh?"
They Won't Believe It.
Oh, health crank man, If you desire
To hold the elrls' pood wishes.
Don't tell them that they may acquire
Good looks by washing dishes!
The Usual Result.
"Peen hunting this week."
"One can't believe all he hears.
"Unless he happens to be deaf as a
One of the greatest comforts of an
old bachelor Is that he is not expected
to be a model for any one.
When a man does right by mistake
he always wants to have a good mark
chalked up to his credit
There are men who can act like fools
without their friends noticing anything
Some men continue to act contrary
lest they should be accused of hypoc
risy. A woman believes all that she hears
if it is complimentary to herself.
Some people wouldn't be so free with
sympathy if it could be turned Into
The original night school was tho
school of lovemaklng.
A man never knows what real work
Is until he tries to keep a son in col
Vge. It 13 said that
a man never for
gets his first love.
Tills is particu
larly truo if he
marries her. .
It takes consider
able horpe sense to
run an automobile.
A diplomat Is one who gets what ho
wants while achieving a reputation for
the sacrifice of self.
A bird In the hand is by no means
worth two on n woman's hat.
Ihe SPORTING WORLD
Breanahnn as a Catcher.
Owing to the loss of the services of
Jack Warner, Manager McGraw was
compelled to look about for a new
catcher for his New York Nationals.
BOOEJt BRESXAtlAX A3 A CATCHER.
Itoger Bresnahan, the hard hitting cen
ter fielder, having had some previous
experience as a backstop, was given a
chance to show what he could do.
Roger "made good" and will continue
through the season as catcher for the
National league champions.
Lou Dillon, liS.S 1-2.
It Is understood that Lou Dillon,
1:5S4 the trotting queen. Is soon to be
shipped from California to tho east,
though exactly when has not been
stated. Very interesting reports con
cerning her present condition come
from San Jose, Cal., where she has
wintered under the care of Budd I)o
ble, the "dean of the sulky." She was
shipped to him last December, and he
has devoted most of his time to her
ever since then. Sho now weighs 8Go
pounds, which is more than ever be
fore, aud as she has not been heavily
fed it Is all hard, solid flesh.
A year ago she was wintered at
Memphis and given a complete let-up
for weeks, not being harnessed, but
Doble has driven her" from eight to
eighteen miles dally ever since he re
ceived her, though so far she has
scarcely seen a track and has not boeu
a mile faster than 2:40.
The two minute mare, as Is well
known, Is at once tho gentlest and the
highest spirited thing of her sex and
breed, and her peculiar ways have
added much to the wonder that h?r rec
ord breaking has excited. Doble, it Is
said, has devoted himself studlour.ly to
perfecting her manners and with such
success that she now jogs quietly at
any gait, duos not fret or chafe at re- !
straiut and seems In many respects a
Owen Moran is another English box
er who has Just come over and has
been taken under the protective wing
of the once fairly prominent Thomas
O'Rourke, which means that most of
the little Englishman's fighting will
be done in the New York newspapers.
Just what Morau's claims to being a
fit opponent to meet any one of the
half n hundred American second raters
are based upon would be hard to say.
To be sure, he has fought Jem Bowker,
the little Johnny Bull who did funny
things to the unsated Frankle Nell of I
Sarj Francisco not long ago, drawing
twice and getting licked once, but
these performances are hardly suffi
cient to Justify a serious rating for
him on thit side. It Is rather queer
he did not get on with Bowker again,
since Jem won the championship from
tho Callfornlan and demonstrated that
his defeat by the latter was a fluke,
and thus fit him as a candidate for a
battle with America's ex-champion. It
la an odds on bet however, that Nell
or even Harry Forbes can defeat Mo
ran so easily that he will hardly have
time to realize that he has landed.
These British Importations In a fight
ing way for many years have been
Yonnor Corbett's Two Blotches.
Young Corbett, tho ex-featherweight
champion of the world, has two good
matches on. His first will be with Ed
die Uanlon of San Francisco, whom he
meets for twenty rounds, weigh in at
0 p. m. on May 21), before tho Hayes
Valley Athletic club of San Francisco.
Ills second fight will be with Spike
Thompson of Butte, Mont., with whoi
he clashes for twenty rounds at 130
pounds on Juno 13 before the Silver
Bow Athletic club of Butte.
Promising Yonnjc Harness Horses.
Jame3 Evans of Atlantic City? N. J.,
has in training at Maplewood stock
farm, Roadstown, N. J., several prom
ising youngsters a three-year-old filly
by Maplewood Norval, dam Mlgnon,
2:OOV4, by Yorktown Boy, son of Jer
sey Volunteer; a two-year-old pacer by
Maplewood Norval, dam Lady Garri
son, by Tramp Panic, and a yearling
by Straight Cut son of Director, 2:17,
The Tetns Itaclnir Dill.
. Mainly through the efforts of Sen
ator J. W. Bailey the legislature of
Texas has passed a racing bill which
admits of making books nnd selling
pools on race tracks. Several big trot
ting meetings will be held in that state.
Wanted, a Taker.
Fred M. Knowles, secretary-treasurer
of the New York Olants, is empowered
to bet $1,000 to $10,000 that the cham
pions repeat their performance of 1004
and that the National league pennant
again floats over tho Folo grounds.
THE GENERAL ORDER
House Refutes to Pass the Bill to In
spect Railroad Books.
MAY' BE LOST IN THE SHUFFLE
Twenty-Five Members Voted Against
Suspending Rules The Senite
Blocks the Scheme For a Closing
Lansing, Mich., May 23. When th
railroad 1? being hit, look out for
By a vote of 25 to 40 the house re
fused to suspend the rules in order to
place on its Immediate passage th-3
bill reported favorably by the Judici
ary committee giving the attorney
general power to examine the books
of corporations engaged in certain
suits with the state. The bill Is de
signed to assist the state in compelling
the Michigan Central to pay $4,400,000
taxes not paid the state under Its old
Ilep. Heald of Kent moved to sus
pend the rules and demanded the yeaj
and nays. Rep. Eichhorn of St. Clair
at once urged that the bill go on the
general order. Heald did not secure
the necessary two-thirds vote and
that's where the bill goes.
It is very doubtful whether the bill
Is reached in committee of the whole
this week, and with the favorite date
for adjournment now talked of, Friday,
June 2, there are the be3t of chances
for the bill being lost in the shuttle.
Senator Ashley says ho will do
something this -week on the senate bill
to regulate franchises In Wayne coun
ty, "but the committee is against me."
Senator Seeley of Oakland is still
bucking the bill because he says it
will make it difficult for a suburban
road to enter Detroit. Senator Shel
don, the third member of the commit
tee, Is of course on tho fence. The D
U. R. will tako nourishment mean
while. The senate tabled Rep. Hlgglns'
resolution for a grand banquet at the
close of tho session. It passa the
Tho senate committee of the whla
has agreed to Senator Moriarty's bill
giving water power companies In tha
upper peninsula the rtgltf of emkiun:
A commission of thres to arrang?
for a Michigan exhibit at the tri can
tennial exposition at Jamestown, Va.,
is the subject cf a hill introduced in
the senate by Senator Ely. The bil!
carries an appropriation of $23,000, of
which not more than J20.0G0 is to he
spent in erecting a Michigan building.
Lansing. Mich., May 23. The su
preme court has declared unconstitu
tional the legislation enacted in 1SSS.
whereby a commission was created to
draft a standard form of fire Insurance
policy for use In Michigan. Although
this policy was promulgated by the
commission and has been used exclu
sively In this state for twenty-five
years and the supreme court has been
called upon to decide numerous cas3
arising from such use, the question of
constitutionality has never before
been raised. The unconstitutionality
is due to tho fact that legislature at
tempted to delegate legislative powers
to the policy commission. It should
have enacted a policy reported by the
commission into law. The Insurance
commissioner will ask the legislature
to immediately enact a law embodying
the standard policy in the exact form
so long in use .
Would Not Care For Child.
Owosso, Mich., May 23. Miss Lucy
Hann, daughter of Enoch Hann, an
old soldier residing near tha easterly
city limits, gave birth to a boy Sun
day morning. The mother refused to
nurse or care for the baby, which
would soon have died. Supervisor W.
A. Kent, hearing of the affair, went to
the Hann home and threatened the
Klrl with arrest for her Inhuman con
duct, with the result that the child Is
being cared for. The girl Is about 20
years of age and tho father cf the
child Is known, but no proceedings
have been begun against him so far.
Asks New Trial.
Detroit, May 23. Attorney Mat
Oalney has filed a motion before Judge
Thelan asking a new trial for Louis
Ilaxer, recently convicted on a charge
of attempting to murder his wife and
sentenced to life imprisonment at Mar
quette. Haxer, in a drunken rage,
shot Patrolman Redmond and others.
Oamey maintains that subsequent ac
tions of his client were Introduced to
show intent and that this was Irregu
lar. Ho also saya that tho Jurors wera
confused owing to the use of the word
murder in the charge. The court took
the matter under advisement.
Detroit, Mich., May 23. Prosecuting
Attorney Hunt has begun an Investi
gation into the street car accident on
Hastings street Sunday In which four-year-old
Marvin Feldman was run
down and killed by a car going at full
speed after It had leen signaled to
stop by would-lbe passengers. If he
flnda there was criminal negligence on
the part of the crew arrosta and proj
ect! Uon will follow. '
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Cal-cun Solvent's wonderful power to core dis
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It is tho only guaranteed Licliiey remedy. All
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