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1 ' * ' '... ; *. -. / - ' > * : ' * * " Tf".- 8f.. *V * * -.>«v r ; T:'-.':j **.*?'' "*&'. *"; *# Vol. XXIX l n-.g-t- r ~ Pnckney, Lvngston County, Mchgan, Thursday, June 29, 1911 No. 20 -, -.,,. " The Coenceent LOCAL NEWS : \. V >* y * > ' ' * *,;.. % ' : $ ' * f -**. r v W.W.BARNARD ;V Ml t% aao, ALe&Vta 3\e Is wth us and we can sell you Bnders Mowers and Hayng Tools "cheaper than anyone else. Prces talk. See us before buyng. Hot Weather Goods We have an assortent of Gasolne and Ol Stoves, Refrgerators, Ice Crea Freezers, Porch and Lawn Swngs, Haocks, Croquet Sets, Etc. Wc Jtjpve every thng In Pants and Ols. TEEPLE HARDWARE COMPANY M The large opera house was flled wth tbe frends of the graduates last Thursday evenng at the coenceent exercses of the P. H. S. A class of nne successfully Perry Towle of Pontac was n copleted ther choce of the town Tuesday. three courses. Mss Hazel Mc lcy fnlhaae wac n Ann Ar Donall gave a graceful salutatory bor Tuesday. and her easy anner akng the crowd cofortable. Mary Ftzsons class orator paralleled town Monday evenng. Frank Dolan of Detrot was educaton wth, "Beyond the Alps A new lne of suts just receved Les Italy," was well rendered. at Dancer's. Read adv. on last Eva Dockng successfully dscoursed on "The Value of page. Crtcs. The class prophecy by Luce Cook and the class hstory by Edna Webb were personal pthy and ponted as such artcles ust he. Fluently and earnestly spoken were the essays on "The Mghty Dollar," by Veronca Brogan ajt&an "The Meltng Pot," by Cl*ttWBlook8. The class wll, by Oora Frost was well rendered and to tbe satsfacton of all claants. Thoas JWoran sad "Farewell" n The Jarger the faly, the stronger the reason why each eber an extreely felctous style. should be suppled wth The uscal part of the progra by Sydney Sprout and the Msses Sade Harrs, Nora Apor Plate Hosery Vaughn, Nelle Gardner and Lola Tfce savng s greater. uo darnng worres or annoyances of any Mo ran was very uch enjoyed. In the absence of Rev. Father knd; ARMOR PLATE we ate longer than the average hosery be- Coerford, Rev. Father Stackable gave soe excellent advce n Mrs. Mabel Sth has been CHDse of a scentfc dyeog process whch does not weaken the yarn a parjccle. Mogt hosery * "raned" that way. the rearng and carng of the vstng her uncle Jaes Greer Ask ua to show yon a good nuber for each of the afy. We young along eduoat on al lnes. and other relatves n Pontac. have, the n any weght or any prce you nae. Don't forget Dploas were presented by Supt H. D. McDougall accopaned by a few very approprate re July 2nd. Fare for round trp $ 1.00 Sunday excurson to Detrot "ARMOR PLATE." arks. The platfor decoratons Tran leaves Pnckney at 8:06- & n: 222Z, «. SPECIAL Gallon Zenoleu Fly-Shoot and Sprayer for $1>00 :/Zenoleu Fly-8hoot wll protect your horses and cattle : fro fles durng the suer onths. TRY IT. : # -» «# ' - You wlh fnd a coplete assortent 3 of FIRB WORKS here the latest Magaznes are now n and each onths ssue wll be put on 3 sale a* soon as they arrve fro the Publshers f t pfus, Clears, Candy and J *e3h Fruts, Ice / >» * * ' '.¾ W * < V*/l were ost beautful and artstc. Altogether the coenceent of 1911 ubt rank as a hghly sue* oeosf nl oue and ay the coend- able culnaton of ther ndvdual courses be a good oen of the after lfe of the ebers of the class. Mortgage Taxes Audtor General Fuller s of the opnon the state wll secure practcally every cent cong to ;t under the new law provdng for a specfc tax on ortgages. He states that the provsons of the bll are such that holders of ortgages u&t necessarly pay ther taxes, pontng to tbe clauses whch requre tbe holders to have a certfcate fro county treasurers showng that the tax has been pad, before they can ether cancel the ortgage or foreclose one. County treasures are not so well pleased as they ght be wth the new law, n vew of the fact that t co,ntans no provson for copensaton for the extra servce they are called upon to prefor. Tbe law requres the to furnsh an affdavt of the payent of the tax, n the case or ortgages at present n force the owners of whch wsh to pay the specfc tax n order to avod payng the ad valore tax. There s also the certfcate to ssue for all ortgages on whch the tax s pad, and the tax oney to handle and ret one half to the state State Journal. l Fowlervlle 6 Pnckney 5 The Pnckney and Fowlervlle frst teas crossed bate at Fowlervlle last Saturday afternoon, and t was a close gae all the way through, 10 nnngs beng played n order to. decde the vctors. Fowlervlle won at last by a score of 6 to 5. In tbe nnth nnng Pnckney had one score to the good bnt by wld throws the score was ted. In the* tenth nnng oor boys anaged to get another run whch agan gave the tbe lead* bat wth Fowlervlle at bat and Yes, the park has been owed. Mss Helen Dolan was n Detrot Tuesday. Chas. Soyer and faly of Akron Oho, are guests at the hoe of Thos. Read. Claude Dan forth was called to Sagnaw Tuesday by the sckness of a relatve. Have you bought that new sut for the Fourth. A coplete lne at Dancers. R. T. Cadwell of the U. of M. wll attend suer school at Bogardus, Mch. Rose McEeever and Lucy Culhane spent last Saturday at the hoe of Dave Van Horn. Mrs. W. Surda of Detrot s a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swarthout W. H. Cadwell of Stllwater Mnn., s a guest at the hoe of hp parents Mr. -ufjmrsj. A. Cadwell. Mrs. Jaes Henry, whle pckng cherres last Frday afternoon fell fro the tree and broke her lb. She s gettng along as ncely as can be expected. Mrs. Lucy Leece of Haburg and Mra Arthur Sohoenhals of Haburg vsted Mrs. S. J. Kennedy and Mss Floe Hall, at tbe hoe of E. W. Kennedy last Frday. Next Sunday Counon servce wll be observed n the Cong'l church, anyone desrng to unte wth the church at that te please let the Pastor know before Thursday evenng. Aong the frst arrvals for tbe Old Boys and Grls Reunon are Mrs. D. G. Clark of Los Angeles and Mss Belle Kennedy of Long Beach, Cal (/ They arrved here Tuesday ornng. Mrs. Sarah Bown who has been spendng soe te wth relatves n Chcago returned to her hoe here Tuesday. Her daughter Mss Kate Brown accopaned her and wll spend her vacaton here. Folks who for the habt of buyng Aror Plate stockngs soon fnd that there's a bg savng because they set so uch better servce, and the orgnal cost s Sold by W. W, Bar no ore. nard. at Pnckney Exchange Bank.' two, en on bases and two ont they agan nade wld throws,thus losng the SOB SALE Begstered JDnroc gae* The Kne-up \ Jersey pgs, ether sex, at reasonable prces Ray Baker, Pnckney was at follows:-' Pnckney Fowlwvlk Mutual phone 24t8 M.Bocae IB MaBBof P. Swatthont 88 Uo WANTED Two grls at Hotel H. Swartboat LF Rector Lrngson, Howell, Men. Wages L. Lav«v C Wcftt&oraUss I18V0O per onth wth board sad H> Lavey ' SB Bnrw&4$ roosa. '0Metr 80 Fowltr,r ,, -,,.. IU Moras CF M Qftd«r FOB SALE CHEAP-Tw< poaeog HF "ISBW boats wth oars n good condto P slft>one OUrsr plow No, 98 nss ly n#wfjttaotwl.b. Psrro, 1 S 4 ft. «L FowWrWfcO o e loe PtocWy r 1 " " ; ' '., " :. ' " * FOB SALE A buggy, harness, boat and oars. Inqure of H. G. Brgge, 24t3* FOB SALE A good buggy, and harness. Inqure at Barnard store. H. C. Vedder. 2bt8 MONEY TO LOAN-On real estate for outsde partes. Inqure n > 111¾')! ' %' <#w~ II>II p FQRfltB flow and 10 WW bt sold rghs> Isqnrs * W. H. Obsabers.fowsl, M *; StphOOS. > *, <*+?,-«* t Gale Balance Sprj tvator wth Balance Frae and Double Bvener Of the any sprng lfts that have appeared on walkng cultvator* dor* ng the past few years, not one has gven BO uch satefacton as oar new devce. It carres the weght of the dfferent gangs, lght or heavy and s al ts nae ples A balance sprng. The gang* are attached to the frae wth our patented cone couplngs, assurng a stff rgd couplng, on whch the wear can be taken up for all te. The gangs are ade of hgh tarbon channel steel bars rveted together and are very strong and wll not twst or bend. TheshpnkB, or sleeves, to whch the shovels are attached are adjos}*bj aad,me unbreakable/ twooe n and let us tell you ors -==3===- #..1-, ADe 5tca\ TJ< "SUtftt ' : '. V Barton 6c Dunbar Pnckney, Mchgan 3= W&WV7** V A' THE CANDLE CONTE/Sf ' s stll orj, and boong every day. Be sure you get yo fc$j coupons, as you ay ba.the lucky one to wn the gold wat DO NOT ss the opportaaltyv.» s te chance to 01 IN so COME IN and we'll tsl yotabost, Mason ejars and Supples* Try a Box of bowncy's Delcous Chocolate*. Tbe best n town n the confectonary lne. Ice Crea, Candles, Fruts, Vegetables, and a good fresh groceres, wll be found at the "WHITE FRONT". H ghest Prce For Produce. Propt Delvery. MONKS BROS- Mllnery Sat Ths wll be your last opportunty to secure tred and untred hats such low prces ths season. AH UNTRIMMED HAT 1-2 OFF All TRIMMED HATS 1-¼ OFF Ths sale co en June 21 and ends-«lu! l A coplete lne of brodery V MPp OOOB TO POST OFFICE K / - rare > " J «. \ ft.;* A"?J >>J. &>..$ 18*1 X ;Vv-; r/j %'*jf1 fc<r<,yvt' - ' 'jjl.w'. V W$fa *\%t,. vrw< "M \>t' Mv; k,u W: v 1.0 J» * "V'.ll

2 BwB* IK.*' MB/ v -,. \ 4 % r$. v > v*- '. * 'X-J. :...v: BY %«;v r*' W: f* Dspatch > W. CAV rtlv, Publsher MICHIGAN ATION TO THE LINE Curous Concdence That Pleased Leader Wrter, a It Must Have Pleased the Colonel. rhen Colonel ROOD evert was n London on hs way back to the Unted States after hs Afrcan huntng trp, he went to a luncheon gven n bs honor by soe of the lterary en. Before the guests went n to luncheon they stood around sokng and "talkng, and the colonel was presented'to each n turn. One an there was a large, beefy, sobre leader-wrter on the Tes.. He had the late of natons on hs shoulders and looked as f he felt the responsblty. When tfe colonel was presented to the leader-wrter the leaderrwrlter towed ponderously. The colonel shook hands wth h effusvely, greeted h enthusastcally and then placed hs hand on the leader-wrter's shoulder. "Coe," sad Bucawwtt to the leader-wrter, "y.os tad I are Mrtous en. s)4roflt * «chatter- WaswlMlT atters." bowed agan pon-»e," sad Mr. Roosevelt, hs yes* twnklng, "whch do you thnk Ipe better an, Jeffres or Johnson r That was before the fght at Reno, but the leader-wrter had nerer heard of ether. He ddn't know whether the colonel eant Sauel Johnson, Ben Johnson, lav* Jeffrey. Baron Jeffreys, or whoa, ao he stuttered and staered and fjrre tt tp. A few days attar be ran across a few lnes In tfce Tnea, wth a Reno te-lne, eajor&g tu ootttg corn- He oat and wth t; "By a ost eztraordfcolncjdtence I fnd that the perentoned n ths paragraph re the sae naes as those genle/ysconcernlna;. who you recent- Iqulred of xge/phfladelpha 8at- Whet Makesa a M Man Laky. 1 W. Taylor, author of The 'Scentfc Manageent, One 6f the ost benefcal >nr ce Introducton of hs ajfta wll be the elnaton saat" In hs* recent Carnege A k 'Wft before the representa- Iveg-'sfrjgty Industral plants Mr. ' JW* V, *f& "Labor's fear of new only the old fear of f* * * *- It wll dsappear wth JtVWk are 50,000 en at work acenuflc anageent, a»» recevng, thfjty to Ally wages t&af trades oajassajra bare prlaeple Is the ost so* of etrsw ba*e been called 1 trades under other con- It has been coented that Ions. n "The Prncples of Scentfc Manageent" Mr. Taylor tells how he spent thrty years and $200,000 to fnd out what akes a an lazy. T e AutKof ot "Swat The Fly." Kaasas started war on the coon aooae fly and the battle has been taken up by nearly every state n (ha Unon. 01' Doc Crublne, as he 1¾ known n the west, started the hos- Ulltles? < Crublne was ade secretary of the Kansas state board of health several years ago and at once started to Bend out bulletns. Ha avmrtoakad the house fly and dd It as> 4*JI taavtsw whole coontpob tbaee lttle pests a> tleloaasjaaa that knew no brae realsed that the co- 'tnoav house fly was a dstrbutor of nnuerable dsease gers, and pro-. /seeded to Inaugurate hs faous "Swat / the fly" capagn, n whch everybody joned, untl n Kansas the fly, 'la> the dspenser of strong drnk, s r asjttaw and a fugtve. Aercan T* * Gold Felds to Be Worked, deserted gold felds of Ool- Indta, wll soon once ore be by treasure seekers. A rele tale, 'regardng the dlscovshe precous etal n the sup* worthless felds, coes to hand. «Jd workngs have for a long teen Incorporated Into tanks feservolrs. Recently authorlsayras obtaned to start a brck la the Ttetoty of the old worka dosen klns were and glasng. When were exaned t ed that the brcks posav yellowsh color. Investlgathat ths was due to the k Ma's There's [want to ha 1 of gold. It Is sad, ncredlt ay appear, that the gold n the frst bakng s to the #f $8,600,000. Hs Deep Concern. aaw a lttle lad enterng wth a sall psckage. *ou there, sonny?" she repled the lad. kng out, and 1 lght before a oeastterete lttle boy! are afrad the tack rfaotkefs tootr exactly lke that 4 tack stlaklnr oat. jt ths s the slpper frwt-bts. I'V \h"', - ': \' vv.' :: f.x ; ' -- ' <v (» rr» GOSSIP OF THE W SPEAKER CLARK SAYS WILL GC EEFORE THE COUNTRY ON THE TARIFF ISSUE. A UCWTNW<3 KICK MA9E BY A LITTLE GIRL WAS EFFECTIVE. Thngs Sad and Done n Varous Parts of tt«country Brefly Told for What They Arc Worth. It v.'a.s sad at the Natonal Captal on Saturday that Presdent Taft, talkng over pe longdstance tele- ""phone"tro Provdence, repeated to several senators hs deternaton to veto the Canadan recprocty bll n case any aendent s added to t. >t'\vs dspatches fro Provdence that the presdent undoubtedly would veto any tarff blls passed at ths sesson are accented by senators as accurately reflectng the presdent's atttude. Speaker Chap Clark ssued a del to the adnstraton on learnng ot reports that Presdent Taft proposed to veto any general tarff legslaton at the extra sesson of congress. The speaker n a foral stateent declared that th whole tarff ought to be revsed and the Deocratc party would rest ts case wth the country. She Defed Lghtnng. Louse Hoelzer, 14 years old, of Paterson, N. J., not only defed lghtnng, she kcked t and put t to rout. Her father Bays she dd, and he s pastor of Chrst Evangelcal church, Rev. J. M. Hoelzer, a an of the hghest standng. Hs asserton s that a ball pf lre after httng the church leaped nto the parsonage ktchen, where the nster's chldren had taken refuge wth ther aunt. As the fery ball passed her Louse kcked t and t broke nto sall sparks and dd nct'daage, not even to Louse. Ixnrse says her acton was nstnctve, that she thought the ball would set fre to the house and that wthout hestaton she kcked at the object. Harran Merger Goes. The erger of the Southern Partflr; ralroads s Ipgftl a.rrrlrg to an opnon handed down by the Unted States crcut court of the eghth dstrct. Judge. Wlla C. Hook, of Leav. ehworth, Kas., entered the only dssentng opnon. Wlls H. Vande vanter, now a Justce of the Unt* States supree court, partcpated the hearng, delll;era,to and co clulon of the ca?e, and he now co enra la Uo appcljate ««6nrt>/ d< caloa. Judge Adas found that the ralroad erger, engneered by the late Edward H, Harran and hs assocates n 1901 and subsequently, dd not aount to a drect a substantal restrant of trade, nterstate or nternatonal. He found that the suppresson of copetton between the Unon Pacfc "and the Southern Pacfc was, go nfntesal that t was unportant. In.'connecton wth ths feature of the deefsor, Judge Adas cted the recent Standard Ol decson n whch the rule of reason was fhst lad down by the Unted States supree, court. After Many Years. Fro Oaha, Neb., coes a dspatch to the effect that John Webster, of Oaha, wealthy and pronent n that secton of the country, and hs son, John, would receve the degree of bachelor of arts fro the Unversty of Mchgan June 29. Mr. Webster, Sr., entered the unversty n 1S72, and was oblged to leave shortly afterward because of lack of funds. That he could not contnue and receve a degree was a btter dsappontent to h. He prospered fnancally n alter years, tll he becae a wealthy an. But he never forgot the dsappontent of hs youth and several years ago he notfed the unversty authortes that he had placed the su of $1,000, to he renewed yearly, at thet dsposal, for the purpose of helpng young en through the unversty, who otherwse would be oblged to leave the unversty as he had. Hs son has just copleted the work necessary for the sae degree. Arrest Drunks on Trans. Begnnng July 1, every ralroad conductor on trans n Illnos wll assue the dutes of sherff or polcean. All the ralroads are preparng placards proulgatng the new law, akng t unlawful to drnk ntoxcatng lquors or to be ntoxcated n or upon ralroad passenger car* In use for transportaton of passengers or n or about any ralroad staton. The law says that there shall be no drnkng In sokng cars, parlor cars, day coaches, nterurban cars and cabooses. It does not enton buffet cars. Ralroad conductors roust act for the state n arrestng volators. They are lable to a fne f they fal to arrest the. The clay beds of New York state are worth ore than $200,000,000, accordng to a report by John H. Clarke, the state Reo ol«t. Last year's output of brck, tle, terra cottat, pottery and other aterals reached an aggregate of $I1%500,000.. Judge George A. Carpenter In th# Unted States dstrct crcut court t Chcago dened a oton of J. Odea Arour and nne other Chcago paclf* WR for a rehearng df ther otc# to nuaah ndctents chargng voltl ton ot the Sheran ant-truyt act. Ths eans the packer* ust st".af. ' * t-':'*' FAVORITE Hf WASHINGTON SOCIETY Mss Marlon Olver, daughter of Robert Shaw Olver, assstant secretary of war, holds a pronent place In the younger socety set n Washngton, her beauty, accoplshents and charng anners all contrbutng to her great popularty. STATE ENCAMPMENT. The Veterans of the Cvl War Intense Heat March Gaey. Three thousand veterans of the cvl war, n attendance at the state G. A. R. encapent n Ypslant, talked over "warte days," and hardshps of 50 years ago. The followng offcers were elected: Departent coander, Geo. W. Stone. Lansng. Senor vce, Harry C. Rankn, Ypslant. Jnon vce, J. J, Holes, Eaton Rapds. C-haplnn, ftrv, yj. PtttunJLansng, Surgeon,'Dr. W. W. Post, Mason.. The parade, whch was held Wednesday afternoon, was featured by the rearkable vtalty of the en. whose ranks are beng thnned by te. Only 25 consented to rde n autoobles and carrages' whch were.placed at ther convenence. "We are gong to walk and show the that we could go to the front toorrow, f called upon," was the stateent ade by one as he pranced about to show he that he was as nble as when he was called to war. The heat was extree, and t was expected that a large part of the would be unable to contnue throughout. Although any of the 20,000 spectators crowded about and ade every effort o seek a place of shelter fro the hot rays of the sun, the en n blue stuck unflnchng to the lne. To Gve Lessons on Good Roads, Begnnng Monday, Oct. 2H, and contnung untl Saturday noon, Oct. JWthe Western Mchgan Developent ljureau, of Traverse Cty, Mch., whch was --fored for the furtherance of the hortcultural, agrcultural, ndustral and general nterest of the state of Mchgan, ""wll have a "good roads tran" on tours t"barouse nterest n the subject of proved hghways n all of the twenty countes of the state. Love Is Quck If Blnd. Eaton Rapds has the dstncton of havng furnshed the "love at frst sght" attracton at the state G A. R. encapent at Ypslant. Loren D. Chapan, a resdent of Eaton Rapds, a war veteran, and a busness an, et a wdow at the encapent, asked for her heart and affectons a few hours later, was gven both, and Frday afternoon led hs fance to the altar. Mr. Chapan Is 70 years of age, and hs brde about the sae age. Olvet.Gves Governor Ht Frst Degree. The two dstngushng features of the ost successful coenceent whch Olvet college has ever had was the brllant address of Dr. Jaes 3. Wllason at the coenceent exercses and the conferrng of the degree of doctor of laws on Gov. Chase S. Osborn and E, Paralee Prentce, of New York. Pre*. Jones, Ypslant Noral, Resgns. Presdent L. H. Jones, for the past nne years head of the YpBlant Noral school, has notfed the state board of educaton that at the end of hs second fve-year ter he wll leave the college to take up other dutes. It wll therefore be necessary for the board to obtan a new presdent at the close of the school year n Herbert Montague, past grand aster of the Masonc grand lodge of Hofctf&n. has accepted the poston of tuperntendent ot the new hoe at'ala. The buldng, a agnfcent «4t, was a gft to jhe state order by KDMotare Wrght. Tfce state treasury departent has V.. d n peddlers' and hawkers* s so far ths year the su of Ths aount exceeds that of year, and the nuber of app!l~ a that contnue to pour nto the at Lansng bds far to ncrease:. tount to the $5,000 ark before tlose cf the precept onth. n s'v March 6f the Hobo Ary. A carnpagn very uch lke that naugurated n the suer of ls9o by "Gen." Coxes and whch wll brng all the traps of ths country together to arch to Washngton, has just been planned n Cncnnat. At a seres of conferences held there and attended by such dstngushed en as Jaes Eads Howe, the "llonare trap," of St. Lous; "Arzona Bob" Gllespe, and "To'.'.-Shrade. plans for the gatherng of the clans were dscussed and decded upon Every hobo n the Unted States s asked to jon n the capagn. Those fro the western and northern states wll gather at Wheelng, W. Va., on he- sae day. The lobos wll go" fro Colubus to jon ther brethren n Wheelng and then wll all ove togther fro that cty to Washngton. Jaes Eads Howe s the center o ths organzaton. He s the an who organzed the traps nto a socety, known as the Internatonal Assocaton of North Aerca, at Mlwaukee recently. The en who were n the conferences wth h n Cncnnat are ebers of the grand councl of the nternatonal hoboe&. Howe s workng n a restaurant n Cncnant at $0 a week. He says he has a good job and wll "hang on to f tor a few weeks. Fnds Cancers In Plants. That cancer s a ged dsease la the concluson reached, by Dr. Erwn F. Sth,'chef pathologst of the bureau ot" plant ndustry of the departent of agrculture, fro hs studes of plant tuors, "Physcans," sad Dr. Sth, "cla that cancer s not a ger dsease.sply because they have never been able to fnd the ger, but I have proved conclusvely that plant tuors whch are nothng ore than concers n the vegetable world are due to a paraste." LATE WIRE BULLETINS. AbnerLews Taft, a cousn of Presdent Taft, ded at hs hoe n New Asterda, Ws>-aged 65 years. pnt Senator Francs E."War.ren, Wyong representatve n The-, upper crate. house, wealthy and a wdower "at.07, has announced hs ntenton of arry--erate ng agan. Furnace fres were lghted n Duluth and overcoats were donned, the teperature fallng to 46 degrees last Thursday nght. The warest t got durng the day was 50 degrees. It was the coldest June day n years. The cottee on labor of the Connectcut general assebly wll re port favorably on a bll whch akes t unlawful to eploy any person for seven days a week. The bll exepts far labor and personal servce. The beer ndustry of the Unted States s to undergo a searchng nqury at the hands of the board of food and drug nspecton. Dr. H. W. Wley, chet chest of the departent of agrculture, and charan of the board, has gven notce of a general hearng on bee? n ths cty July 21. A onth ahead of hs schedule Wlla H. Chapan, a C2-year-old OJDW puncher, walked Into Boston fro Denver, Col., havng ade the trp of les n o5 days. He thereby wns a prze orf $2,500 offered by the Western Stock assocaton of Denver. Chapan ganed 23 pounds durng the trp. Jos. A. Carter, the sallest adult n Tennessee, s dead at hs hoe n Jefferson county. He was 73 years old, % nches hgh and welched 5S plmm<a\ Me served as regster of Tttflcu county for 18 consecutve r, % IMM been defntely announced fro Loadon that Melvln Vanan, chef.aflaet of the Aerca, n whca Watte* Wellan frst essayed to reaafc" *fe% Korth Pole, and whch Tater «t*a**.*hen he attepted to cros«jtfr AMttc ocean n t, wll agan aptfpjfro fly arerosa the ocean and thj (tatajfn a shp wb>h» be> J ng bu&attoklcg to hs own Iseas J*. Wllng to Hang for Another. Dr. Alexander Aalto. of Ashtabula, 0., s wllng to be hanged n place of Ars. Angelna Nupoltano, of Sault Ste. Mare, Canada, "the - woan condened to de.on the, gallows AugUBt y, one onth after the expected brtn of her ffth chld, for kljlng a husband who tred to force her nto whte slavery. Dr. Aalto s a ddle-aged bachelor, wth a other and sster n Fnland. He has followed the capagn to save Mrs. Napoltano, and read of the offer of S. B. Whtney, a ralroad, an of CUnteaJU., jo be hanged n her place. Then Dr. Aalto announced: "f anythng should happen to prevent S. B. Whtney fro gvng ha lfe for Mrs. Napoltano, n the event that the Canadan authortes wll allow soe one to de for her, I wll gladly take hs place." No prosecutons aganst anufacturers who use saccharn n food wll be undertaken for sx onths fro July 1 next, t was announced after a conference between - -Secretarea MacVeagh, Wlson and Nagle. THE MARKETS. Detrot, Cattle Good; dry- fed, steady; nl other grade's. ljsc lower than last week. Wc quote extra en - led. s.teers «tnd. he*ffcrs>, 5.7u6.J0; steers and hefers, 1,U(J0 to 1,200, $5 5.50; fet&ers and hefers, 800 to l,00>, $4.5ufyjt>,-)o;- grus steers and hefer* that are fat, SOOfcM.OUO, 4.25 <&\. SO.; grass steers and heers that are tat, 00 to" 700, *3.7o&/4.25; choce fat cows, $4.2><p4.>0; good fat cows, $4.00; coon cows, cunners, H; chdtce heavy bulls, $4.0.0 j-' far' to gbou. be.jotfha bulls, stock bulls, choce-feedng steers. 800 to 1,000, far feedng steers, 800 to 1,000, $4 (54.25; choce stockers, to -700, $\.75 (SH.jo; -far stockers,*" 50 to 700, $3.50 4; stock hefers, $ ; lkers, large, young- edu -*jre, $40&*s; -coon lkers, $25¾ 35. Veal Calves Market, 25c fctgher than last Thursday; best, others, $3.00&7.oO; lch cows and sprngers, dull. Sheep and Labs Market, steady wth lasc week on good grades; coon sheep and vearlngs, 25([t'50c lower; best labs, $7.00; far to good labs, J.I.OOrtx'G.O; lght to coon labs, $4.25(,6.00; yearlngs, 5.50; far to good sheep, $3.00 & 3.50; culls and coon. $1.50/3.00. Hogs Market, 30 & 40c hgher than the close last week; range of prces: Lght to jood butchers, $C.50? 6.60; pgs, $6.25(1/6.35; lght yorkers, $ , heavy, $6.30(¾ 0.45, East Buffalo Cattle Best 1,350 to l.ouu-lb steers, $6.40 (a 6.60 ; goou pre 1,200 to 1,350-lb steers, $6,15 (6.30; best 1,100 to lb shppng- steers, $ ; edu butcher steers, 1,000 to 1,100 lbs, $5.l0(y5.50; lght butcher steers, ¾ 5.15; best fat cows, $4.50 1'. 5.0o; far to good fat cows, 4.25; coon to edu fat cows, $3,00 ((/3.60; trers, $2.25/2.75; best fat hefers, $5.25 t 5.75; good fat hefers, $4,7541.1: far to good fat hefers, $4.00 $ : Tar t,» g-nnr fat hpjfofu, j coon stock heers, $3.75<t4; best feedng steers, dehorned, coon feedng steers, dehorned, $3.75 l4; best bulls, $5 ft 5.25; bologna bulls, $4.00 H.50; stuck bulls, 3. oyy 3.75; lest lkers and sprngers, $50W 60; evrnon to good lkers and sprngers, $20(5(.30. Hogs Heavy, $6S0; Yorkers, $G.S0?j> C.90; pgs, $6.56..Sheep sprng labs, $7.25 (Ft 7.50; yearlngs, $5.UU(o)5,r>0; wethers, $3.75(jJ 4.00; ewes, $3.0U< (3.25. Caves, $4,50 fo-u.00. Gr&ln, Etc. WHEAT Cash No 2 reel, SQ l-2c; July opened wth an advance of l--c at U>.K, advanjtd to ;*0 1-.c an 1 declne to h'j 3-4c; Septeber opened at Dl 1-Uc, advanced to 00 l-2c and declned to 01 l-4c; Deceber opened at U4c, ganed l-2c, declned to 1>3 3-4c and closed at 94 l-2c; No 1 whte, t>8 l-2c. CUlN Cash Nj 3, 1 cur at 5Sc; No 2 yellow,, 60c; No 3 yellow, 1 car at 50c; No 4 yellow, 1 car at 57 l-2c OATS Standard, 2 cars at 44 l-2c; No 3 whte, 4 4c. BEANS Propt and July shpent, $2.20 asked; October shpent, $2.00 asked; Noveber and Leceber shpent, $2.05 asked. CLOVERSE ED Pre spot, $D.5C; October, March, pre alske and August alske, $9. TIMOTHY heed Pre spot, $5.60. FEED In 100-b sacks, Jobbng lots; Bran, $27; coarse ddlngs, $2s; fne ddlngs, $2Sj cracked corn and ctearse corneal, $22; corn and oat chop, $20 per ton. E.OlTR Best Mchgan.patent, $4.90; ordnary patent, $4.&o; straght, $4.65; clear; $4.75; pure rye, $5.75; sprng patent," $5.05 per bbl n wood, Far Prartucc. STRAWBERRIES Mchgan, $ per, 16-quart case; hoe-grown, per bu. case. RASPBERRIES Red. $3 2¾.25 per 24- GREEN CORN 70 75c per doz. CABBAGE New, per TOMATOES $ per 4-basket *LQNEY Choce '"" to fancy cob, 16 17c p>t. lb. v DKESSrj CAEVES Fancy, t«2c; choce,s 9c per lb. POTATOES tchgan car lots, 70 80c; store lots, per bu. NEW MAPLE SUGAR Pure c per lb; syrup, r gal. ONIONS Egyptan, $1.75 per bu; Texas Berudas, $2.75 per crate.\_ NEW POTATOES Texas Truphs $2(6)::.25 per bu; southern, $5.60 6per bbl. LIVE POULTRY Brolers, 22c; hens, 1-2c; old roosters, 10c; turkeys, 144 Krc; geese, ducks, 1 <:<&>!3c per lb. v _ CHEESE Mtchganrold 17c, new 13 14c; York state, new, 13 Swss c; ported Swss, c; crea brck, llburfer, 121*0 per lb,, EGGS Market steady; curren> recepts. caseb ncluded, 13' l-2c per dos. Butter: Recepts, 174 pkgs; arket steady; extra creaery, 23c; frsts, 21c; dary, 16c; package, 15c per lb. Vegetables. ASPARAGUS 80 85c per doz: beets, new, 40c per bu; carrots, per doz; caulflower, $1.75 per doz; cucubers, hothouse, 65 75c per doz; Florda celery, $ per case; egg* plant, $ per doz; green onons, 12 l-2c oer doz; green peppers, 50c per basket; green beans, $ per bu; head lettuce, $1.75 per bu; nt, 25c per doz; parsley, per doz; radshes. 12 per doz;' turnps, new, 30 35c per doz; watercress, 26 30c per doz; wax beans, $ per bu; green peas, $2.25 per bu. Appropratons by congress In the thrd sesson of the sxty-frst con* gress aounted to $1,02G,CS2,882, accordng to a jont stateent by the house and senate appropratons cottee. Ths was $1,218,747 less than the appropratons of the prevous sesson. Carryng out the ntenton of concentratng the arnes n large garrsons and abandonng the sall posts, the navy departent has ordered the wthdrawal of the arne detachents fro thf. taftl&* statons at Newport, R. I.««M'#an Cal.. ' * -.4»»"«>*f f. Francsco " : & < * WOLVERINE NEWS BREVITIES Lansng. Delegates fro Lansng, Detrot, Pootac, Saton Rapds, Owosso. Raed Cty, Bay Cty, YpsK lantl St>- - Tdfroa, -Jackson,- Char* lotte and Hllsdale were present at the dstrct conventon of general assebly No. 48, of the Loyal Aercans; netd at "the HoteT"3)owney7 Turaar. Stanton of Detrot waf ejected: dstrct representatve to the'ad&ona conventon of the order,. whch wll eet n Chcago n July, wth W. O. Phllps of Owosso, alternate. Offcers were elected a8 follows; Presdent, F. J. Rank, Eaton Rapds; vce-prfeedent, Mlton Taladge, Pontac; secretary, B. B. Johnson, Lansng; treasurer. IJ«B. Chaberlan, Lansng; dstrct dbp* uty, W. J. Parker, Pontac. Kalaazoo. When worken started shovelng gravel fro the jroof of the Majestc theater, the nose so resebled the cracklng of floors that 800 woen n the theater becae panc-strcken and any of. the rushed fro the buldng-. One woan, Mrs. Howard Merkle, fanted on the stars and fell to the floor, although she wag not serously Injured by the fall. An unknown boy was also slghtly hurt n the rush, SoeQehjearng a call of fre, turned- a flrer-alarand the cong of the Are" 'Apartent added to the excteent After order had been restored, the taatlnee was contnued. «.. GrjancjL tapds. Jaes Doran, aged forty-two, a forer resdent of Sparta, ths county, who cae to ths cty two weeks ago, whlerurnng to hs hoe was clubbed nearly to death by an angry Polander. Dorer secured eployent on a new buldng. The Pole appled for a Job, was dened and sought revenge on Dorer, who s a nonunon workan. The Pole s a strkng furnture eploye. Flnt. The body of Jaes Wld-* ng, the flf teen-year-old son of Wlla Wldng, was found n a pool behnd the' Mchgan school for the deaf. Wldng was unable to sw and t s presued that he went nto the water alone and dropped nto a deep hole. Hs clothes were found on the bank and a search was nstl-..ttftd. for tb 0 J" H Y, whch was found a short te later. Sagnaw. The trennal sesson of the Mchgan Independent Order of Foresters opened at the Foresters' teple, about 200 delegates beng present. Reports fro offcers were taken up and ths evenng the new teple was dedcated. A ball and banquet followed the cereones* The openng sesson was In charge of Hgh Chef Ranger H. A. Savage of ths cty. Detrot. Mrs. Wadsworth/ who was Mary Mannerng, the actress, but who recently dvorced Jaes K. Hackett and arred a Detrot llonare, flew ten les wth Avator Frank Coffn n a Wrght aeroplane here. Durng the flght Coffn raced wth and defeated an autooble. "I just love t," sad Mrs. Mannerng-Wadsworth as she stepped out of the achne. Hastngs. Andrew G. Cortrght, forerly sherff of Barry county and a pronent resdent of Hckory corners, ded nstantly of heart dsease as he got up fro the table at the hoe of frends. He was vstng n Caledona, Cortrght, who was about sxty,, was pronent n the Deocratc party here and a eber of the Masonc and Knghts of Pythas fraterntes. Kalaazoo. Because Mrs. Wlla McLaughln attepted sucde by jupng nto the rver she has been arrested and ay be sent to prson. Offcers say there s a possblty that she wll be punshed for the attept at self-destructon. Thn s the second te she has tred to drown herself by jupng nto the rver. Lanang. Audtor General Puller stated that tax collectons for ths year "fnd for 1910 are nearly the tae. The percentage of collecton of the state tax for 1910 was.9623, and for ths year Of the total tax ths year of $4,729,000 only $184,181 waa returned delnquent Sagnaw. As a result of the recent nvestgaton by the sherff, county road cossoner and cottee of the board of supervsors, of the convct labor work on the stone roads at Kalaazoo, the sherff wll start a crew of nor cre en on the new stone road *eng bult at Brady townshp, ths county. If the experent proves satsfactory to the offcers a favorable -eport fcr the general adopton of the syste wll be ade to the supervsors, at ther regular sesson. Sault Ste. Mare. George A- Cook, owner of the Frankln house, who shot and klled hs wfe on the ornng of Aprl 9 after a debauch', pleaded gulty of urder n the second degree n the crcut court He was edately sentenced by Judge Shepherd to fro 15 to 30 years at hard labor n Jackson prcon. Cook s ffty-three, Frank Qentlcore, an Italan, who stabbed to death a countryan durng a drunken quarrel re* cently, plettfedmhot % stagjbfer and was tenteftoc**. ve n ffttea 4 fears at Ja < M.

3 w«wp»"«ww* v "/V"- * '. " * > _,»»> - SYNOPSIS, Howard Jeffres, banker's non, under (the evl nfluence of Robert Underwood, fellowvatudent at Yale, lead a lfe of d»- jalpatlon, arres the daughter of a gabler woo ded In pruon, and Is dsowned,' by hs father. He Is out of work and n. desperate strats. Underwood, who had ; once been engaged to Howard's stepother, tulca, 1«apparently In prosperous crcustances. Takng advantage of hs Intacy wth Alca, ha becoes a aort of socal hghwayan, Dscoverng hs true character, Alca denes h the house. He sends her a note threatenng aucda. Art dealers tor who he acted aa cossoner, deand an accountng. He cannot ake good. Howard calls at hs anartanaota la an Intoxcated condton to rgquaat a Ipan of &000 to enable h to take up a busness proposton. Howard drnks hself nto a audln condton, and goee to sleep on a dvan. A caller s announced and Underwood draws a screen around the drunken aleeper. Alca enters. She deands a prose fro Underwood that he wll not take hs lfe. He refuses -u,ness sne wll Tenew her patronage. Ths she refuses, and takes her leave. Underwood klls hself. The report of the pstol awakens Howard. He fnds Underwood dead. Howard s turned over to the polce. Capt. Clnton, notorous for hs brutal treatent of prsoners, puts Howard through the thrd degree, and fnally gets an alleged confesson fro the harassed an. Anne, Howard's wfe, declares her belef n her husband's nnocence, and calls on Jeffres, Sr. He refuses to help unless she wll consent to a dvorce. To save Howard she consents, but when she fnds that the elder Jeffres does not ntend to stand by hs son, except fnancally, she scorns hs help. Anne appeals to JTxdge Brewster,-.attorney jfor_ Jeffres, Sr.. to take Howard's case. He declnes. It Is reported that Anne Is gong on the stage. The banker and. hs wfe call on Judge Brewster to fnd soe way to prevent It. Anne agan pleads wth Brewater to defend Howard. He consents. CHAPTER XVI. Contnued. A H/NBOWMrQWE (0)(7 R05TJD5CD)tK!D[LOTrAW Qfftt THlBDDDGRTO fthat he dd not nsst on knowng the CHARLES KLEIN ARTHUR HORNBLOvV ILLUSTRATIONS BY RAY \K4LTEIlf COPYJHCHT, IMfl, «r CW. DILLlNffM/WI COnMMlT Y Y "Ah! I begn to understand. You "Yes," sobbed Alca through her knew Robert Underwood? Howard tears, "t's t*snough!" Rsng, she knows your voce he heard you talkng to h Oh, Mrs. Jefftes! Are4 dred her eyes and sad hastly: "Don't say anythng now. Gve e a few youne woan who vsted hs apartv to be done." "hours. Then 1 Can thnk what Is best CHAPTER XVII. ents that nght?" Anne was about to reply when the The news that Judge Brewster The banker's wfe bowed her head offce door suddenly opened and Judge would appear for the defendant at the and collapsed on a char. Brewster entered. Addressng Alca, approachng tral of Howard Jeffres "Yes," she urured n a low tone. he sad: went through the town lke wldfre, Anne looked at her In aazeent. "Pardon e, Mrs. Jeffres, I hope I and caused an edate revval In "Why ddn't you coe forward at haven't kept you watng." Notcng the publc nterest, whch was begnnng to slacken for want of hourly once?" she cred. "Thnk of the pan her agtaton and traces of tears, he whch you ght have spared us!" Alca covered her face wth her handkerchef. She was cryng now. "The dsgrace the dsgrace!" she oaned. "Dsgrace!" echoed Anne, stupefled. Indgnantly, she went on: "Dsgrace to you? But what of e and Howard?" "Can't you realze what t eans to be assocated wth such a cre?" she waled. ' "Dsgrace!" cred Anne conteptuously. "What Is dsgrace when a huan lfe s at stake?" "It seeed so useless," oaned Alca "a useless sacrfce n the face of Howard's confesson. Of course f I'd known f I'd suspected what you tell e I'd have coe forward and told everythng no atter at what cost." Tearfully she added: "Surely you realze the poston It puts e In?" ' A new lght shone n Anne's eyes. What was ths woan's sery to her? Her duty was to the poor fellow who waa countng the hours untl she could set h free. Hs stepother deserved no ercy. Utterly selfsh, devod of a spark of huanty, she would have left the both to persh n order to protect herself fro shae and rdcule. Her face was, set and deterned as she Bald cally: "It ust be done now." "Yes," urured Alca In a low tone that sounded lke a 8oh, "t ust he done now! Oh, f I'd only done t before f I'd only told Mr. Jeffres the whole truth! You speak of Howard's sufferngs. If he ddn't do t, he has at least the conscousness of hs own nnocence, but I the constant fear of beng found out s worse than any hell the agnaton can conjure up. I dreaded t I dread t now t eans dsgrace socal ostracs y husband ust know the whole Each Was Absorbed n Hs Own Thoughts. world wll know." Anne was not lstenng. Stll bewldered, she gazed wth the utost ent but turned to Anne: had been a coplete reconclaton n looked surprsed. He ade -o co stulaton. Ruor sad that there astonshent at her copanon. To 'T have been talkng to Dr. Bernsten over the 'phone." was now convnced of hs son's nno the Jeffres faly, that the banker thnk that ths ysterous woan they had: bean seekng was Howard's Anne approached h softly and cence, and was deterned to spend stepother. \ sad In a whsper: a fortune, f necessary, to save h. "So you're the ssng wtness we f "I've told Mrs. Jeffres that you have Ths and other reports of slar have all been huntng for!" she aald; undertaken Howard'a defense." nature were all untrue, but the Judge "I can't beleve t even nowv How Judge Brewster sled at hs let the pass wthout contradcton. dd It happen?" \ wealthy clent alost apologetcally, They were harless, he chuckled, and "He and I were onca engaged, f} Anne thought. Then addressng her, f anythng, helped Howard'a cause. broke t off when I found h out After I arred Mr. Jeffref 1 et Underwood agan. Foolshly, I allowed the.old Intacy to be renewed. Ha took advantage and preyed on y frends. I forbade h y house. He wrote e a letter n whch he threatened to kll hself. I waa afrad he eant t I wanted to prevent h. I went to hs roos that nght I ddn't tell Mr. Jeffres. Whan the truth la known and I acknowledge that I vsted ths ancan you see what It eans? what a fus* tasrvh be. **aryhody wll put the worst constrtjsjttoa en It " Trust than fs» *j s*4 aald Anne grly, he wan on*? tor the woan's dstress, yeftgsw only huan, ft** awtajajmp «aartsffctfla *" - * s In seeng her suffer a lttle of what she had been ade to suffer. "They'll say that I God knows what they'll say!" went on Alca dstractedly. "My husband wll be dragged through the re of another pubue-eeamlal Wa socal prestge wll oh, I dare not thnk of t I know y duty Is to that unfortunate hoy. I ustn't thnk of yself." "Haye you the letter that Mr. Underwood wrote you?" deanded her copanon., "Yes I've never been able to destroy It I don't know why I kept t but thank God I have t!" Moanng, she went on: "The dsgrace! the dsgrace! t's run degradaton! It's the end of everythng! the end of everythng!" Anne regarded wth contept th* poor, weak, wallng creature who lacked the oral courage to do what was erely rght. Her voce was not unknd as she sad: "I don't want to dsgrace you or run,you. But what a I to do tell e, what a I to do?" "I don't know," oaned her copanon helplessly. "Howard ust be saved.** "Yes." "Wll you tell Judge Brewster or shall I?" "Judge Brewster! Why should he know?" cred Alca, startled. More coposedly and as If resgned to the nevtable, she went on: "Yes, I supposehe ust know sooner or later," but, I " She broke down agan and burst Into tears. Anne watched her n slence. "It's tough Isn't t?" she sad sypathetcally. he sad: "Yes, rve been qute busy snes I saw you. I htveput three of the best detectves wa baveon the tral of the woan who vsted Underwood that The clerk retred and the banker, copletely gnorng the presence of hs daughter-n-law, turned to hs wfe and sad: "I regret, y dear, that you should be subjected to these faly annoyances." Judge Brewster cae forward and cleared bs throat as f prelnary to soethng Iportant he had to say. Addressng the banker, he sad boldly: "Mr. Jeffres, I have decded to undertake Howard's defense." Hs arstocratc clent was taken copletely by surprse. For a oent he could say nothng, but sply stared at the lawyer as f unable to beleve hs ears. Wth an effort, he at last exclaed: "Indeed! then you wll please consder our busness relatons to have ceased fro ths oent." The lawyer bowed. "As you please," he sad suavely. The banker turned to hs wfe. "Alca coe." He offered hs ar and turned toward the door. Alca, n dstress, looked beck at Anne, who nodded reassurngly to her. Judge Brewster rose and, gong to the door, opened t. The banker bowed stffly and sad: "Pray don't trouble. Good ornng, sr." As Alca followed her husband out, she turned and whspered to Anne: "Coe and see e at y hoe." When she had dsappeared the judge cae back nto the roo and sat down at hs desk. "Well, that's done!" he exclaed wth a sgh of relef. Ruagng for a oent aong hs papers, he looked up and sad wth an encouragng sle: "Now, f you please, we wll go over that evdence bt by bt" Meante he hself had not been Idle. When once he ade up hs nd to do a thng he waa not content wth half easures. Nght and day he worked on the case, preparng nght I don't thnk the polce, have evdence, seeng wtnesses and ex been tryng vary hard to fnd McJperts, untl he had gradually bult They're satsfed wth Howard's con up a bulwark of defense whch that fesaon. But we want her and wall polce would fnd dffcult to tear get hsr " down. Yet he was not wholly reassured aa to the outcoe untl Anne, "Oh!" gaspsd Alca. The judge was proceedng to tall of the day followng the Intervew In hs other steps he had taken when the offce, Infored h door opened and the head clerk entered, followed by Mr. Jeffres. / The judgsrwas duly ) she had found the. yst "I told Mr. Jeffres that Mr*. Jeffres was hers," aald the elefk. always baas tna possl was plan saltng, Indeed! "Yon ght hats) tal la that there ard'a oonfssefcn to the were two Mrs. Jassst* jsftrs," laughed true, that ha had really tbsjodg*. / ¾ I wood. But now tktf one Iportant wtness, the ysterous woan who was In the apartent a few nutes before the shootng and who was n possesson of a letter n whch Underwood declared hs ntenton of shootng hjself. doubt was no longer possble. Acquttal was a foregone concluson. So pleased was the Judge at Anne's fnd woan's nae. He saw that Anne preferred, for soe reason, not to gve jt even td her legal advser and,he let her have her way, exactng only that the woan should be produced the Instant he needed her. The young woan readly assented. Of course, there reaned the "confesson," but that had been obtaned unfarly, llegally, fraudulently. The next portant step was to arrange a eetng at the judge's house at whch Dr. Bernsten, the hypnotc expert, would be present and to whch should be nvted both Capt Clnton and Howard's father. In front of all these wtnesses the judge would accuse the polce captan of browbeatng hs prsoner nto akng an.untrue confesson. Perhaps the captan could be argued nto adttng the possblty of a stake havng been ade. If, further, he could be convnced of the exstence of docuentary evdence showng that Underwood really cotted sucde he ght be wllng to recede fro hla poston n order to protect hself. At any rate It was worth tryng. The judge nssted, also, that to ths eetng the ysterous woan wtness should also coe, to be produced at such a oent as the lawyer ght consder opportune. Anne erely deanded a few hours' te so she could ake the appontent and soon re* turned wth a solen prose that the woan would attend the eetng and coe forward at whatever oent called upon. Three evenngs later there was an Ipressve gatherng at Judge Brew-" ster's resdence. In the handsoely apponted lbrary on the second floor were seated Dr. Bernsten, Mr. Jeffres and the judge. Each was absorbed n hs own thoughts. Dr. Bernsteln was puffng at a bg black: cgar; the banker stared vacantly Into space. The judge, at hs desk, exaned soe legal papers. Not a word was spoken. They seeed to be watng for u fourth an who had not yet arrved. Presently Judge Brewster looked up and sad: "Gentleen, I expect Capt/ Clnton In a few nutes, and the atter wll ho plaor hqfnrft ynn " Mr. Jeffres frowned. It was greatly aganst hs wsh that he had been dragged to ths conference. Peevshly, he sad: "I've no wsh to be present at the eetng. You know that and yet you sent for e." Judge Brewster looked up at h quckly and sad quetly yet decsvely: "Mr. Jeffres, t s absolutely necessary that you bo present when I tell Capt. Clnton that he has ether wllfully or gnorantly forced your son to confess to havng cotted 8 cre of whch I a persuaded he s absolutely nnocent." The banker shrugged hs shoulders. "If I can be of servce, of course, I I a only too glad but what can I say what can I do?" "Nothng," repled the Judge curtly. "But the oral effect of your presence s nvaluable." More aably he went ou: "Beleve e, Jeffres, I wouldn't have taken ths step unless I was absolutely sure of y poston. I have been nfored that Underwood cotted sucde, and to-nght evdence confrng ths stateent s to be placed n y hands. The woan who pad h that ysterous vst just before hs death has prosed to coe here and tell us what she knows. Now, f Capt. Clnton can be got to adt the possblty of hs beng staken It eans that your son wll be free In a few days." "Who has gven you ths Inforaton?" deanded the banker skeptcally. "Howard's wfe," answered the Judge quetly. The banker started and the lawyer went on: "She knows who the woan s, and has prosed to brng her here to-nght wth docuentary proof of Underwood's sucde." "You are dependng on her?" he sneered. "Why not?" deanded the judge. "She has ore at stake than any of us. She has worked day and nght on ths case. It was she who aroused Dr/ Bernsten's nterest and persuaded h to collect the evdence aganst Capt. Clnton?' The banker frowned. " he s the cause of the whole serable busness," he growled. The door opened and the butler, enterng, handed hs aster a card. "Ah!" ejaculated the judge. "Here's our an! Show h up." When the servant had dsappeared Mr. Jeffres turned to hs host Wth a show of rrtaton he aald: "I thnk you put too uch fath n that woan, but you'll fnd out you'll fnd out." Judge Brewster sled. (TO BE CONTINUED.) Fa BJSSjSSsl SILO SHOULD BE REGARDED AS NECESSITY ON STOCK FARtf Huge Receptacle Is No Longer an Experent and Is oo Valuable to Man Who Breeds Stock, as to Daryan Slage Very Materally Decreases Cost of Puttng Pound of Beef Onto Feedng Steer. We have been laborng In season and out of season to Induce farers to buld slos. The slo s no longer an experent. It has been used by daryen wth success for thrty years. It was for a long te supposed that It could only be used n daryng, says the Wallace Farer. We have found out now that t s alost as valuable to the an who grows stock as to the an who lks cows. We are fndng out that slage very"aterally decreases the cost of puttng a pound of beef onto a feedng steer. We have found out that It s good for the ewe, for the brood sows, and for young stock of all knds as well as for dary cattle. The only anal on the place to whch t Is not safe to feed It s the horse; Just why we do not know. It Is perhaps entrely safe f of good qualty, but dangerous f oldy. We are fndng out stll ore about slage, naely, that by usng a suer slo, one about half the sze of the wnter one, we can brdge over the droughts, whch coe n every coun- close confneent and y oppressos* barng resolved to deprve e of property or lfe. I subt to robbe., to protect yself fro urder, n thsr < hops that I shall lve to brng ths ds> lquents to Justce Cochrane." Ha wrote fro ths grated ehabey of Kng's Bench prson,. Suppose you cannot fll one an's slo before t la dry; you can easly reedy that by puttng n water. We have done t and t works fnely. You can even take the corn that stands n the feld ready for huskng and ake good slage out of It.f you put la water enough; or you can plant soa sorghu and corn, and let the abundance of osture n the sorghu, ake for the defcency n the corn. All these thngs are worth thnkng about. What we want to lorpress upon your nds just now s that you cannot afford not to buld a slo f you are n the stock busness. You can no ore do wthout a anure spread* er or a gran drll. There are soa thngs that are well aettled over ost of our terrtory. Thara are sectons, say n the extree narta, Vfttrs t a ore of a queston as to' should buld a slo or these northern farers can to uch greater advantage than we> can and sllge Is not so practcable-,., n a very long and cold wnter on ac- ll»1 * ' //' fh** A 81 lo for a stock Far. try n the cvlzed world at soe season of the year. Wth ua the ost dangerous te la n July and August whch are usually droughty perods, when the grass s short and fles are bad. We are fndng out that by havng a suer slo we can provde pasture out of the slo untl the rans coe n the fall Soe of the readers ay shake ther heads at ths, but we are tellng the agrcultural gospel truth. They ay say: Whle we often have these dry perods n July and August, we do not always have the. Soe years we have excellent pastures. True, but your slage wll keep alost as well aa the frut your wfe keepa over fro a year of abundance to a year of want. Last year we fed on one of the fars belongng to the Wallace faly slage that waa two years old. Apparently It was just aa good as the year It was ade. / Why do we talk about t now? Because, f you are gong to have a slo ths fall for ether wnter or suer use, you ought to be thnkng about t; not about the buldng of t or the cost of t, although t s Vv'orthy of thought, but whrre you v.fll plant your corn to necesstate the least haulng and dnsh the expense; about. what knd of slage you want, whether rch wth corn or scant n corn. You can deterne that by the thckness of plantng. If you want slage rch n corn to fatten steers, you want to plant t aa you do for the arket for the axu of ears; but f you want t to feed to the dary cows and want a large yeld of stock wth sall gran yeld, you ust plant It thck. The an reason we are talkng about t now la because to put up a alo and use t econocally you want to enlat the co-operaton of your neghbors. The sae slage cutter Unque Indorseent of Check. Psrbapa the greatept curosty tbo Bank of England posseses s a note of 1,000, the su Lord Cochrane pad aa a fne for hs connecton the sae power wll answer for wth a fraud on the publc, wth fctwo neghbors anyhow, and frequently whch he really had nothng to 4» Maffsje, but not ore. Have you not a Ha ndorsed the note thus: "My enssnle of neghbors who would be banby havng a slo? If they are health havng suffered by long onvneed of ths, can you not get to convnce theselves by nng t? Than can yon not arto co-operate n bayng a out- fd, what s qute as Iportant, ng ths separata slos? Can you 4sgrs* to plant aa early corn and varety? *V A F* count of the freezng. Ths, however. Is only n the extree northern sec- tlons. Throughout the corn belt the* slo should be regarded as an absolute necessty on the stock far n every secton where there la UabUty of auxner drought. FRENCH MILK POWDER PROCESS Artcle Produced Found byanaly ss to Contan All of Consttuents of Mlk Except Water* aw. l? K' Itev *% r# W? The processes currently eplcyssbr,, for akng lk powder are be" -*' ''' "' upon desccaton by heat In a cess recently devsed n France by cote and Lanvlle the acton of c s substtuted for that of heat J-V't lk Is poured nto vessels slar those whch are used tor prod' blocks of artfcal Ice, and s c to a few degrees below the fre pont (about 38.5 deg. F.h Sutable precautons a taken to prevent the watfr of thr? lk fro freezng n a sold ass and to cause ft to the or of fne snow, lk s then placed tjhc separator whch revol The snow crystals rean chne whle the other parts of lk are expelled n the for soft, greasy paste, whch, stll tans soe water. The deslooat copleted by placng ths puts n dryng roo heated to a oderate unfor teperature. The lk now-, der thus produced has bean pr analyss to contan all o t( tuenta of the lk, except "#ry*. n an unaltered condton, cess s equally appcabaw lk, and to lk deprftwft, all of Its crea. '.-,,T', Danger of Too uch early the work horses seve run the down 4n sj -Uj&J rsrrowg Oats, wheat bran «** wth a onltt eornnra tag sow* -» Has. wll a>1t';*tf f.',f % :42 '*M '.Vy * >f» Vyl >" 4s2 >:P.#/? M:': >.

4 1 a** 5 f: **TS«fl : & Bank* T *>*# ; - ( > Bfctf.**-» * & ft ff LZ the Ctzens of Pnckney and Vcnty. We are showng you ths reek one of our leaders The Royal s tnefbebt Pano on the arket s a low pres ts style s aupurb, fnshed fne, tone and acton IB all anyone could aek for n a 3 edu Sfprced pano, ts fully warranted, f nterested pleasegabk us for catologue 3 fcnd our prce and ters. Yours respectfully, Gco.W. Broadore&Son % OTEL. BRIGHTON, MICH. 3 GRISWOL.D MSSS: Detrot, Mch. Postal Hotel Co. «fft D POSTAL, Pre*. FRED A. GOODMAN, Secretary Headquarters of the Wolverne Autooble Cltlb Detrot's Mo»t Popular Hotel Hnjppaw. PaBa'Only II - - Rates $1.50 per day and up la Reodelng, Furnshng and Decoratng The Fnest Cafe West of New York Servce A La Carte at Popular Prces ra and Up-to-date FTof«l- Lfe s WoHh Lvng." y Feknef hange Bank Dow a Conservatve tag Busness. 3 per cent pad on all Te Deposts Pnckney Mch. NOW 18 THE TIME TO USE SIX (HMctteMe an* MaWectant) ft KILLS INSTANTLY naeht Uet Mthtt Jfcttf lp, fugger*. ass 1 al bsects, W THEY STAY DEAD. atssaato east settles sad h a*. 1 sat set atlc Spray* by jcatt «?***«, $S.0O;Wttt.' $ ILL'S CREO-SUL DIP. : tad poetry,to tat beat Dtp on WBXTS TO-DAY WORRELL MFQ. St. Lous, Ms. nv«sal CO. I N Brotherton Ml DIRECTOR... n D*7 Nfb 1L-18 Mlchtftaa r«n»r«hy Inwu-H» M *y hnnw»m1mt Nothng better at our ratea For Qoltj For Prce [BOWMAN'S Where It Pays to Pay Cash We are sellng the fnest lne of hosery n Howell, hosery n whte, pnk, bne, wne, tan, grey, etc. Guaze and slk hose f you want the. Suer anderwear, Rbbons, Laces, Ebroderes and sall wares n the dry goods lne. Coe n and see us whle n Howell. EVERY DAY 18 BARGAIN DAY E. A. BOWMAN HOWELL'S BUSY STORE I SttfKtfM IGMfS Wth My Back." Backseat fetejtwf fro Udaevt, a bad ocal or other cause, stuffy Jwden tht Mafertr unft Isr work aad eftss fatths s per* Saaaant dteebky. "I tueted sat yea** wth y Sack, or kdney tlae, ana* have tred a nuber erf seaasnfe* fro Afferent phyarant. More than a x ago, one of ss* lacal draggats ucee e to try E sv aaaaa* 9 assjaalaa BtaaW WW e Irnw rwaavrantl VslSBS and after uadf the toe three satntht I found s decded proveabcnt n avkasatss sad 1 a glad to tay that I sops soos to be tufly restored to Walts." J.?. ALUN, Ex-Judge OatyCott, Gaatsjow, Ky, As long at safe k present any part of the botv seat t pottele and tko tsstas aaoaeaaoa weakened. whch the tusarer stay be nclned, t by steadyng tko rrtated nerve contert, ake torreabsag sleep pee* tba, theses? staaaaag the body to recover bat ttresgtfe. Aa areeaedy str pon of aaw detcspton Dr. Mles' Aa*Pak Nt fey sn nlaaj eer a eaartftj the return «f tha rf~wwat WarSW SrSe* ~er R49 SrSIMIWaj rssmnba MILS* MSOIOAL SSV KHchart taa. THE PINGKNEY DISPATCH rtrsusns BTOT TOTWMYBoronrv ST ROY W. CAVERLY, PROPRIETOR* Saterad»1 he Potofflceat Pnckney, Jflonl«*t M Mcond-claes atter AdvertlnUox rates ade known on applcaton. Old Horn* Week In the Old Hoe Town, Now doesn't that ake you sle. To thnk we cap eet a crcle coplete. Once ore n* lfe's "lttle whle?" We seed you the date. Put t up n full tew, A Reunon would not Be coplete wthout you. Pnckney, August 2-3, Only a few weeks fro crab apple cder. Gregory Devereaux and Roy Moran spent last Frday n Jackson. Mrs. W. A. Clark and Mrs. Geo. Sgler were Jackson vstors last Thursday. Mrs. M. Lavey and daughter Laura were Gregory callers last Thursday. Mrs. D. R. Lants spent the latter Dart of last week wth relatves n Stockbrdge. Mrs. E. W. Martn and daughter Blanche were Stockbrdge vstors last Frday. Mrs. Peter Kelley has oved nto the Hendee house whch she recently purchased, ' Rayond Sgler and faly of South Lyon were over Sunday guests of relatves here. Few en can act dgnfed wthout assung the facal expresson of a second hand le post Mrs. Mke Farley was n Howell Monday. Glenn Gardner of Stockbrdge was n town Monday. Wrt Barton was an over Sunday vstor n Howell- Mss Lulu Benha was a Gregory vstor last Saturday. John Teeple transacted busness n Jackson last Frday. John Van Horn and sou Edward were Howell vstors Monday. Matte Sgler of Detrot was a Pnckney vstor last Thursday. A chronc nvald always bas a happy day when he dscovers a new syton. Mrs. E. R. Brown and daughter Gladys of Detrot are guests of relatves here ths week. Mrr rad-mrs. - -,-A* Oadwll of Ann Arbor have returned to ther hoe here for the suer. Dr. Snder of Horton returned to hs hoe after spendng a few days wth frends aud relatves here. If a an could be as bg n the estaton of other people as he s n that of hs chldren be could be elected presdent wthout opposton. Mss Flo Hall and Mrs. Sa'l Kennedy and sons Russel and Ronald who have been speadng soe te wth relatves here, started Monday for ther hoe n Seattle, Wash, The graduatng class of 1911 extends to Mrs. H. D. McDougall ther hearttelt thanks and apprecaton for her knd and unsolcted ad n the decoratons of ther frst coenceent. Suer at Bay Vew The Bay Tew announceents are out and prose the tde of vacaton people to the far suer cty, pleasures and prvleges of the hghest order. Fro a wlderness 35 years ago Bay Vew has becoe the largest waterng place and suer educatonal center n the weat. In +h paw* Mss Clara Dunn of Chcago few years t s sad there has been returned to her hoe here last a large ncrease of young people, Saturday to spend her vacaton. teachers and college people. There s a reason for ths. Bay Vew H. W. Crofoot, Jaes Sth, has not trusted n ts wonderful W. W. Barnard and F. G. Jackson clate alone, but has organzed were Detrot vstors last Frday. recreatons; t has appealed to Mae Teeple of the V. of M. the best people, and has wsely attended the coenceent exercses held here last Thursday are three odern two and three kept lvng expenses down. There evenng. dollar hotels, but by takng furnshed roos, of whch there are Napoleon ade any a stake 'but he never ade excuses for hundreds, and dnnng at the well the, and so they are not n the suppled cottage dnnng roos, hstores. one can cut lvng expenses to a dollar.per day. Of coarse, the Mrs. Lous Boucher of Detrot drawng agnets are the assebly and Mrs. Ed- Hoael of Howell wth ts brllant progras' and spent a few days last week wth the hghly organzed suer unversty, openng July 17tb. In relatves here. Why do soe en work so hard recent years the Bay Vew conferences have begun to attract to "put ther schees through," when all they have to do s to let wde notce. There are four: the alone and they wll "fall through"? Geo. Hendee and wfe have oved to Howell where they expect to ake ther hoe n the future. Mr. and Mrs. Hendee have been resdents of ths place for soe te and whle here have ade any frends who wll regret ther leavng town. 1 Mr«and Mrs. Jaes J. Mc Dougall of Alvnston, Ontaro, Mr. and Mrs. Alex McDougall of Detrot, Mss Vaun Blakely of Wllow, Mch., and the Msses Hazel and Besse Hess of Carleton were coenceent guests of Hazel McDougall. Frank Hacker of Oceola s just fnshng hs frst cuttng of ffteen acres of alfafa. He s sowng twenty fve acres new ths suer Hs experence wth alfafa has been good and he ntends to ake alfafa hs prncple forage crop. Rase less corn and hre less help. Republcan. The attenton of erchants s called to the new state law proulgated by the dary and food departent whch akes t unlawful for dealers to expose goods for sale wthout proper santary precautons aganst fles and dust, partcularly referrng to eats, fruts and vegetables. Ths law has attracted uch attenton throughout the state and a general effort wll be ade to enforce t * A CaarlaffW etaaa s one who t torsly n face, nd and teper. But t* hard for a woan to be charne wthout health. A weak, sckly woan wll be nervooa and rrtable. Constpaton and kdney poson* show s pples, blotches, akn eruptons sad a wretched coplexon. BeSatetre Btten alaayt prove a * to woen who wast health, ty and frend*. They regulate Lver and Kdneys, purfy ; gve strong nerves, brght pore health, sooth, velvety lvely coplexon and perfect Try tas, Wo at W. K. the druggst. Bble, Mssonary, Labor, and Socal Welfare, and Good Health, each n charge of people of hgh reputaton. J. M. Hall, Boston Boulevard, Detrot, s at the head of Bay Vew work, and on request wll always send the announceents. Work Wll Soon Start after yon take Dr. Kng's New Lfe Plls' and you'll quckly enjoy ther fne resnlts. Constpaton and ndgeston vansh and fne appette returns. They regulate stoach, lver and bowels and part new strength and ener ey to the whole syste. Try the. only 25c at W. E. Brown's the druggst THE grl graduate the I June brde wll be proud of ther dantness as expressed n a photographc portrat. I\AINPY cards and folders, " cosatn fnd see the. Dass B. Chapell 8TOfTTSS»»SS> - - CAN GUA SBaaS The Power behnd the dough The power behnd the dough ust be quck and postve n acton t ust produce certan, satsfactory reaajta and yet be pure and wholesoe. K C Bakn* Powder a the scentfc cobnaton of all these desrable qualtes. Hundreds of thousands of good housewves know that K C has ade bake-day a pleaa ure, and we ask you for your own sake to try K C Bakng Powder at least once. Guaranteed pure under all pure food laws. Your grocer wll return your oney f you are knot pleased. It wll solve your bake-day probles. How to get the Cook's Book Free ' The KCCooVs Book, contanng 90 tested* easly-ade recpes sent fn* upon recept of the colored certfcatepacked» the 25-cen can. Send t today. «* a Mfg. Co * Eggs. Poultry & -Veal Eggs 14c tested, or 13c for straght recepts..- Best Veal 62gc Top of the arket for all poultry E. G. LAMBERTSON, Agt. ttltt'*'*?-' H. L WILLIAMS The Myers Patent Mop Wrnger %T Ths Mop Wrnger s the only achne ever nvented that wll wrng and clean a op thoroughly. It not only takas out the drt and leaves the op clean, but t wrngs t so dry that there s hardly any osture left n the op. The floor s never left streaked, as you are always usng a clean op. Tha achne s very a pe to operate and requreso skll, aa anybody can use t, an, woan or chld. It s a labor saver, as one person wll do the work qucker and better than three wth any other devce known. The pal sets on the platfor and a not attached to the achne and can ba- oved at any te. It s always ready for use and there are na parts to get out of order. A tral of our achne wll convnce you that ts work s perfect. Wt have yet tofnda dlttatltfltd eseteatr. If your dealer does sot handle ths Hop Wrnger, wrte drect to ta. MYERS WRIMflER CO., Manofrs, Mowswk, R. Y. *f Ether Phone Offce and Works :: J 583 :: 306 Cooper Street WorkGuarnteed :: Frst Class EMPIRE MARBLE AND I GRANITE WORKS 5 JOHN G.'LESLE.'Prop. Manufacturers ot and Dealers n Monuents, Statuary and Stone Bural Vaults JACKSON, MICHIGAN F\ 3D- TOE32>TS ON,.grent, PINCKNEY, MICHIGAN HIGH GRADE GILBERT PIANOS OonseentoattT ads. Oaa be depended upon ford dunbotty sad wll gfreperfott sat*. sftvctl ton. Three styesof artlsttwawdealtasd. nwltu leas afeotaay eases. Made of the baa Materals, by kuad skjutd workaass workaea to satsfy astfsfr a ertoalsabuo. Superb.oasrtseteas!ssaV Mas orgreateat warvy. Kva? GlUftn PfaMtattkadnssyafaaputrsBles. Paa<>beakedn>by*fantTsrsstse. 2a Isbsy tag* Plana, the best wn always be s of lbsapeasbre sleasufe, when taa poor 1» slcaeul by etlaaaqy gettlt* eat of ansa sod order, wll be aa la tolerable sejaaaee. ajt a yoer loeltty, ease draetto as asr GILBERT PlAW**Tfl. CO., P. 0. Bex 395, MIBWer *,» &htt: #?»

5 STORIES of WALL STREET At PAR <By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE Copyrght, by Street * Sth. HB quet of the breakfast roo was dsturbed only by the subdued rustle of the paper n West's hands and the purrng of the coffee achne by hs wfe's elbow. Frownng slghtly n her preoccupaton, the woan rearked the slence, and passed t over; t was a part of her dally lfe had been a part of t ever snce, ten years before, the curtan had fallen upon ther honeyoon. She was accustoed to say that for ten hours of the day, fro eght n the ornng to sx n the evenng To West was a ere oney-akng acjdxe, wjth no end n lfe save the anpulaton of the arket, no concepton of anythng n the world save bank and ralway stateents, dvdends, tckers and the ebb and flow of prces. Afterwards, fro 6 p.. to 8 a.., he was a noral huan beng wth alost huan nterests, ncludng a wfe. Theren she dd West justce, and soe njustce. In pont of fact, the an adored hs wfe after busness hours. But It was ost true that he forgot her copletely throughout the Wall street workng day. And to that, perhaps, ay be attrbuted hs rearkable success to the absolute concentraton of all hs facultes upon the atter n hand; whch generally conssted n the "bearng" of soe securty whch other en adred, but whch West looked upon wth the jaundced eye of the skeptc confred n hs pesss so far as stock values were, concerned. As for hs wfe, for the.te beng her thoughts as well as her sl whte fngers- were bused about the tall copper 'pot n whcn tne coffee brewed. Now, wth a lttle nod of satsfacton, she placed the extngusher over the flae of the alcohol lap, and glanced tentatvely toward her husband, as though fearful of dsturbng h. Of West, only hs fngers were vsble: rcugh-hewn, blunt, heavy fngers that conveyed a dstnct presson of the an'a character, as the world saw t. They grpped alost fercely the edges - of the ornng paper, whch he held outspread so as thoroughly to curtan hself fro hs wfe's gaze. Iehnd t he antaned an unbroken slence; hs bg, broad brow thrust forward aggressvely, hs lps set and tense, hs gray eyes farly dancng up and down the serred coluns of fgures, as he to use hs own phrase tore the heart out of the arket report. The woan gazed upon the fngers wth a tenderness glowng deep n her eyes; soehow they suggested to her very clearly the an she knew BO well -that an who the street reckoned futhless, but who she loved wth all her beng, and who loved her n return wth a devoton alost woanshafter busness hours agan, 1 In te West lowered the paper un- 1jj Its upper edge was level wth the frdge of hs nose. He stared at her sent-ndedly; the creature an yfaa assertng ts desre for refreshent, though the busness an was lost In a ponderng of en and eastwes. "Coffee ready?" he deanded, acd proptly returned hs gaze to the lst of the prevous day's transactons. J "Ready," she repled, quckly and clearly, "and watng, To." She dropped the ndspensable two lups of sugar nto West's cup, added the crea, then bred t wth the steang black lquor. As she had antcpated for she studed the an closely the sound of her voce and the str of the tableware dstracted the current of hs thoughts. Reluctantly he folded the news sheet, and lad t at the sde of hs plate, accepted the cup, and began to str the coffee wth hs spoon, onotonously, as though* he feared' -It ght lose vrtue through Inacton, eanwhle glarng at hs plate. She fore bore to queston h; she knew that before long he would begn to talk. Always, ever snce she could reeber, he had Interlarded hs breakfast wth a one-sded dscusson, a runnng coent on the ways of the street, and on the part he happened to be playng theren at the partcular te. And so, Inevtably,,t ca to pass. Presently he dropped the spoon and began to use bs fork; and, "Funny thng about Belden," he observed, talkng ore at, than to, her. "Yes:: wth the rsng nflexon. "Y.-'j'-tlflhg about BeUea and yseff. We're been fghtng torch and nal for the last fve yean or so, and now t just happens that we're both hard up at the" satf'te. Concdence," "How do you know he 1«hard up?" "Donttknow t," He was lookng. at hernojr* and* Interestedly, but she saw *et«he bad forgotten her. The enthostaanx of logcal deducton, pot* seated -hldr- thoroughly'.** toagtta; ton was wrapped wth the joy ct penetrattafr a was happly toy* TA-.searjst,,,He nto phrases s tcker ta#e and today's arket report had told to h. "Don't know t fro Belden's own lps, that s. But he's rggng the arket balloonng Net Coon " "Net Coon?" she Ixwjutoed, puzzled. "New England Transt, coon," le translated, patently; "hs pet stock. He wants to boost t by wash sales as hgh as the arket wll stand, and then he's gong to unload at a bg proft. He plans to add the Bennngton extenson to the New England Transt syste, and he needs; oney to buy n the bond ssue. Bennngton extenson," he contued, as/though tryng to ake t perfectly clear to hself, beyond possblty of error, "s a bg ndependent trolley lne runnng north out of Hartford. It's practcally bankrupt, and wll default on the nterest, due on the rst, fqr ts frst ortgage four-per-ceat bonds. Belden wants to buy thenrnrso that he can foreclose on the r<te, and ake Bennngton extenson a part of New England Transt. Slck, sn't he?" But West was not askng a queston to be answered, for he contnued, alost wthout a. break: "Belden found out that he wouldn't get 'e for a song yesterday," he sad, chucklng. "Bennngton Fours are sellng at fftynne, and a drug on the arket at that. But I' holdng a block on behalf of a Western syndcate, and Belden has agreed to pay e eghty /or 'e. I gave h to understand that they'd never be a cent cheaper, so he had to knuckle under, and pass e hs word to the deal." "Yes," she breathed, vaguely, not greatly nterested. West paused to swallow hs coffee, then sat back and watched the curtans bellyng n the war June "breez<r-4hat had access through the open wndow. "Tell you what," he broke out, -serously, "t was a great relef to e when I closed the transacton. I stand to get three or four hundred thousand out of t, and I need ready oney the worst way, yself. That last rse n Ontaro pnched e badly, and the banks are begnnng to fght shy of y paper." He frowned, teeterng abstractedly on two legs of hs char; then suddenly pulled out hs watch. "Hello!" he announced. "I'll have to hustle. 'By, Bess." West arose, cae around to her char, and bent over to kss hs wfe. She lfted her lps' to hs, and they were barely parted; her eyelds drooped heavly, and she sghed fantly. For the nstant ten years dropped fro ther lves; West's gaze glorfed the fr curve of her cheek, the full sweep of her bare throat; and he caught at hs breath sharply. Also he notced a lttle anxous pucker between her brows, for whch he lad the blae at the door of the oppressve weather, nor understood n the least that fear for h chlled her heart. "Look here, 'dear," he suggested, n a severely practcal tone, as he straghtened up. "Don't you thnk you'd better run up to Newport?" "And leave you here, alone, to stand the heat? No," she decded, frly. "When To West takes a vacaton, hs wfe wll, Meanwhle, nothng worres e so uch as the knowledge that you are workng too hard slavng your lfe out, dear. Be careful today, won't you for y sake?" "For no one else's, Bess," he laughed, lghtly. To dress for the evenng was an ordeal, but one to be faced wth a sle. For To lked to fnd her just so; t was good to h, when he had sloughed the cares of the day, to see her fresh, unwlted. Later, she recalled that t was whle she struggled to attre herself wth the grudged assstance of a cross ad, that she was suddenly convnced by a subtly psychc, woanly ntuton that soethng was ass, ether wth To or wth To's affars. But forebodngs such as that are sternly to be relegated to the lbo of supersttons untl the event proves ther excuse. She was at the head of the stars when the door opened and West sluped forward nto the butler's ars; crupled, enervated, crushed by the-wtherng heat. In another Instant she was by MB sde, abruptly coposed, stress of "herself and of her fears; for ths was what she had been awatng, ths that contngency the fear of whch had held her by her boy's sde whence ght have been aterally cofortable at the seashore. HstorehaaeVwa4*e a hot tle to her pal/. * «b*»*vaugfctty fusad. Hs frs >t j aasj.tstv he Hps feversh, and dry. and xrackwl. lke a stale crust Instnctvely she knew what was flrt tq be done. *"».... "ft* JU**dwn4#<Cof tte servantssjtsk* rpps* Westeoflar fronrllsafflakaej Quck 1 %akphone fortor.dexter; telf "At dnght stsjjva* sttng by hs / bedsde, gazng hungrly Into hs Bet features, watng for the arrval of the nurse who Dexter was to send. The physcan had been an hour gone, leavng her n a Btate ore tranqul, reassured. West was by no eans out of danger, but the chances wer«n, hs favor. The an was n a drugged stupor, strychnne spurrng hs laggard heart acton, orphne soothng M, Presently the woan bent forward, very cautously, and slpped the clncal theroeter between hs parted lpb. West strred uneasly, and hs teeth clcked aganst the glass tube. Then agan he lapsed nto coa. She wthdrew the theroeter, saw that t recorded an even one hundred, and was glad. A second later, entrely wthout warnng, West had cast the blankets asde, and was sttng bolt uprght, jabberng n a frenzy of delru. The woan gave a hurred order to the watng servant to~ leleuhune Dexter, ThrrefteT ctrattete7tortfe"lnfora"- and returned to her husband's sde. "Belden " he was Iteratng wth savage ephass; "Belden Belden " "Hush, dear." Gently she forced h back, untl hs head rested upon, the pllow, and as gently sponged hs ost brow wth ce water. He proved tractable enough, and seeed grateful for the cold applcatons; but the orphne was stulatng hs unheled agnaton wth a wavelke acton; and he would talk, and dd, by fts and starts. By degrees, lstenng ntently, she began to pece together a coprehensve stateent of what lay upon hs nd, that had sapped hs strength untl the sun had found h an easy vct. One phrase "Belden broke fath" served as a startng pont; wth t as a gude she was able to select fragents fro West's ncoherent rablngs, and to jon the together, osac-lke, untl she understood t all. "Belden broke fath prosed to buy at eghty broke hs contract sad he'd exaned roadbed and rollng stock coe to concluson that bonds were not worth the arket would pay sxty daned scoundrel need cash for Ontaro deal square wth h desperate fx llon put e on y feet, easy ake h pay par--" Under the treatent of the physcan and the nurse West subsded nto slence. But the woan had heard enough to enable her to grasp the stuaton very copletely She debated the atter throughout the long, dreary nght, an odd, hard lght gleang n her eyes. That ornng the arket opened fr; Net Coon was n deand at one hundred and nneteen, an advance of two ponts overnght; Bennngton Fours had dropped four ponts, to ffty-fve. Belden sled grly, as he scanned the openng prces on the tape. To hs ears the gossp of the tcker was sweet usc; everythng was gong as he had wshed. Nothng could be better, fro hs pont of vew. He drqpped the paper rbbons nto the tcker basket, and began to pace up and down the length of hs prvate offce, wth a stealthy, catlke tread, glancng fro sde to sde wth soethng furtve In hs anner. Hs hands were clasped behnd hs back, and he allowed hs head to droop as he chuckled sourly. Tausg, hs partner, read the covert truph n Belden's anner, and hself consulted the tape. He lkewse sled a broad, contented sle, as he turned away fro the basket; but a oent later he began to thnk. "Belden," he began, aggressvely. He was hs partner's precse antthess a heavy, rotund, red-faced, "pushng" type. "-. "Eh?" Belden desred to know, stoppng and facng h. Tausg tloffed hs aggressveness under that searchng scrutny. "How uch hgher are you gong to let Net go?" he nqured, wth plantve deference. "Before I decde to lqudate?" asked Belden, leerng. "Well, say one hundred and twenty-fve, Tausg. Then we can begn to unload quetly, you know and besdes, Bennngton Fours wll be down to ffty by that te." Tausg sucked uneasly at an expensve cgar. "I thought you sad you would cash n ths ornng," he defended hself, surlly. "I dd, I dd," squeaked Belden. "But thngs happen you know. I've changed y nd; I thnk now t'9 safe,to boost Net Coon a lttle hgher, and to bold off on the bonds a weevbt longer " '*Why?" deand Tausg, flatly. "There's West " "Haven't you heard the news?" Belden's tone was expressve of extree surprse. "West's out of the runnng; we've got a clear track ahead of us." "What struck West?" Tausg's sall eyes wdened. "The sun struck West," sneered Belden. "He went away fro here rather excted yesterday afternoon. He ddn't see to thnk I had treated h prettly. I suppose he ran around and got overheated 4t's none of y busness." Belden waved a deprecatng hand, dsclang responsblty. "But he's flat on hs back, and th*. Street doesn't know why." - "U," Tausg ubled hs gratfcaton. "And Hollwedel," he added, nang West's partner, "la a shrp. He hasn't got the nerve to attept reprsals, wthout West to hsj h lp. That's very nce vesya v "Yes," Belden whned anssvnent; "and West wob't gef over 4ty»for ht bonds f I decde *> sllsmihto that." He sd!e*3&tt flfempster* and fondled the tspe. 'feu* fbdred and twenty," he announced, s>tsjlj. *Yeu see, Taus g, bow the Street beleves n e.". : fee laughed nastly. "Send Out ordezg tp self ten thousand when -we strke twenty-fve," he added. "Sell 'e n thousandharo lots, you know one lbt to a broker." r Taualg arose and waddled outj grnnng. Belden resued bs pacng to and fro, scowlng at the floor. Presently he stopped at the tcker agan, and reaned there, fngerng the fastflowng rbbon for several nutes, otonless as a statue. Then he scurred hastly over to hs desk and pressed a lttle other-of-pearl button on ts edge. "I want Mr. Chellborg," he snarled at the boy who answered hs suons. "Mr. Chellborg," he told one of hs confdental brokers who presently appeared, "I want you to fnd out who s buyng Bennngton Fours, and and who the devl s sellng Net Coon!" ncludng Belden and Tausg, swore aazedly to.fnd that It was worth, only one hundred and one. And then, whle ths pancky feelng held, Hollwedel, havng deftly covered through other brokers hs ten thousand shorts, suddenly proclaed wth a loud voce that he had twenty-fve thousand Net Coon to dspose of. It was as f a strong an, after a long and exhaustng run, had abruptly been set upon by an JUl-tepered person Jfc'th an ax *nd a desre for t&e strong an's lfe. Net Coon dropped lke a log Hollwedel sellng and coverng and sellng agan wth ost relentless actvty. About the New England Transt post on the Exchange floor en cae to blows n ther efforts to dspose of a stock for whch, t seeed, no one had the slghtest use n the world. Other securtes, and especally the ore weak ones, suffered proportonlately be«rase of he shock "to publc ton that soebody had sold "Net," fve hundred shares at one hundred and nneteen; and soebody else had bought "B. Fours," eghty bonds at ffty-sx. It was just half-past ten. Just at that oent an oblgng Central had establshed telephonc connecton between the uptown branch near the Waldorf-Astora of Wlla Wse & Sons, bankers and brokers, and the an, downtown, offce of the sae concern. It was a farly reputable house, one dong a large cosson - busness through several branches, soe of whch, and n partcular that one near the Waldorf, boasted a "specal custoers' roo for ladles." On the uptown end of the wre was a soewhat? excted and exctable, but experenced, young an, who acted as anager of the branch offce. He earnestly desred a word wth the head of the fr, and was presently accoodated. Just what he had to say s not of record, but hs councaton was receved wth attentve respect by Mr. Wlla Wse, who at once consulted the tcker wth an ar of alared nterest. Then he sat down and rocked n hs desk char, frownng at the celng, for the space of three nutes by the clock. After whch he suoned hs head bookkeeper and desred nforaton. "John," he Inqured, "how uch Net Coon are we carryng for our personal account?" _ He was told fve thousand shares. "I thnk," Wse edtated, after the lurk Lad departed, "that, all thngs consdered, we ay consder the rse n Net a thng of the past. We wll sell before the break coes; and whle we are about t, t ght be a good schee to lup In two or three thousand shares short." And he telephoned the board eber of the fr to that effect, usng the fr's prvate wre to the Exchange floor and carefully odulatng hs voce so that no one but the an at the other end of the wre could possbly overhear hs Instructons, Not wshng to alar the arket, and so lose the advantage of a few fractons of a pont, he wated a reasonable perod of te fully fve nutes n order to pert the board eber to execute hs orders, before advsng the custoers of the fr (confdentally, of course} to "unload on Net Coon, and sell short for a quck break." In the eante, Belden, havng vewed wth dsgust hs pet's loss of one pont on a strong arket, decded to boost the prce a trfle "to gve t a dose of tonc," as Tausg put t, In order to accoplsh hs desre, Mr. Belden cossoned soe twelve brokers who were accustoed to execute hs orders wthout "gvng up" the nae of ther prncpal, to sell Net Coon n aounts varyng fro one hundred to one thousand shares; n: all, twenty thousand. And at the sae te he nstructed an equal nuber of slarly traned traders to buy n a lke anner twenty-thousand Net Coon. Barrng untoward developents ths, transacton, by whch Belden's rght hand sold to Belden's left a practse ncknaed "washng sales by atch orders" by the Street, and ruled aganst by the governng cottee would have resulted n creatng a general Ipresson that Net Coon was very greatly desred on all hands, Unfortunately, just as ths was ntated, Messrs. Wlla Wse & Sons offered eght thousand Net Coon; so that the supply exceeded the oentary deand, and the prce Inevtably "sluped." Wthn the next ten nutes Mr. Wse's custoers, actng on hs kndly advce, duped eleven thousand two hundred shares on the floor, causng a further declne. And a td soebody unknown becae scared and decded to sell, and soebody else cae to the sae concluson, and yet another soebody caught the Infecton of dstrust; the result beng that Net Coon was quoted at one hundred thrteen. Belden and Tausg, glued to the tcker's sde by an nvncble dsay, swore and consdered ways and eans by whch they ght "peg" the prce; eanng*to fx t beyond possblty of further declnes. But before they had te to ake up ther nds.as to the wsest course to be pursued, Hollconfldence. When the bg clock n Trnty's tower booed forth the hour of three, a long, deep sgh of relef, that was alost a gasp, went up fro the nervous Street; Net Coon was a-beggng at eghty-three. In the prvate offce of Mr. Belden, of Belden & Tausg, there was gloo. The two partners were lp and unhappy, facng each other across the basket that held les and les of paper tape staped wth the detals of dsaster well-ngh rreparable. Belden's sullow faee was dark and forbddng; he kept a dogged slence whle he conned the wrtten reports of hs leutenants. Tausg, on the other hand, had lost a great deal of hs ruddy, wholesoe appearance, and he uttered eurses autoatcally. Both had forgotten, for the te beng, that there was such a securty as Bennngton Fours on the Hst. After a whle, exasperated by Belden's contnued retcence, Tausz snapped at h a queston for the hundredth te: "Who dd t?" Belden glanced at h slowly, Incurously. "How do I know?" be asked. Tausg repled by a coprehensve anathea of Thoas West and all l3 works. Belden sad, patently: "It wasn't West, I tell you; he's out of hs head." "Then who was t?" howled Tausg. "Hollwedel?" Belden shook hs bead. "Hollwedel sold no ore than half a dozen others," he answered. "Beflldes, ho'd bo afrad." I prose: to nter* sad, fantly. "If you tat X-'U go- " "No, stay!" he coanded. **Ther«soethng funny gong on, SSJSJl I pose to know what t s. Nosy, BotV wedel " Hollwedel staered. "Well, t Bn't uch," b«sad, "that I had to do wth the deal," aw added, hastly. /'Matter of fact, I o~nly acted as an agent, under orders. Of course, you understand, I thought they were your orders, and r obeyed the IZBF plctly." "Orders?" quered West Mrs. West avartaavser f \ "I I hope you won't To," she faltered, treuk "I'll be angry t straght fro the, West. "Go on, Hollwedel. to control yself and not rupt." "W 7 ell," sad Hollwedel; and stofc ped! "Well!" he plunged desperately at hs narratve, "the ornng after you were sunstruck, Mrs.!West called at the offce. Mnd you, I hadn't any noton that you were even alng. Shesad that you had broken your ar - your rght ar." "Why?" deanded the startled con4> valescent. "To explan why ywwdda* setf e wrtten nstructons lff.arsjtff *!&, hand," suggested HollwftftsY **-*~ 4 ~~ "Yes," assented MrS; "West, tdly, "And," the broker contnued, "t was necessary to get around Belden. You had gven her full detals of how I was to go about the busness. Mrs. West nstructed e. I thought that t wa ghty rsky, but that ade t Been* all the ore as though t cae fro» you, West. It was a schee to knock the botto out of Net Coon, n order to keep Belden on the anxous peat whle we quetly bought up a ajorty of the Bennngton Fours. I objected because we hadn't ready oney enough to put t through, but Mrs. West overcae that by pledgng her personal fortune to old Wlnant. That gave us enough to Bess," cred West, that M Wat!" advsed Hollwedel. "TOTS prosed to go easy. Mrs. West started the ball rollng by gong to Wse's uptown roo and sellng fve hundred Net Coon short. Inasuch as you were known to have been conferrng: wth Belden the day before and Mrs. West beng your wfe, presn ably t*» kng a fver for pn on & f.-, 1 & : -a. 'jsfvj >>#j ft,' \ Tausg gathered hself together, hs bg frae shakng wth eoton. He waved an Ipotent fst n the a, and there were tears n hs eye, as he deanded the one hundred and frst te: "Then who the helf was t?" West, aably assaulted Net Co: wth a sandbag ten thousand shares, whch, landng n the drff of 3efden's M pet, M knocked out of t a dasffusn't Mrs. West told you of wnd and four ponts fro the at* ket prce. Ths, n ts turn, bad the effect of shakng out a large nuber of>atop orders; whereupon the Street In a ft of genune' hystercs, poure4 sellng orders nto the Exchange aw flrouety that the traders were tajapeded and glad to get rd of Net Cosavl s on at any old prce; and etery' " She had been preparng herself aganst t for ten long days, yet t was wth a feehng akn to terror that Mrs. West saw Hollwedel shuttng behnd h the door to her husband's bedroo, when he ade hs frst vst of condolence after he had receved the news of hs partner's sfortune, Teporarly Mrs. West was afrad of Hollwedel; the an was frank, and ght be counted upon to blurt, out thngs whch are preferably left unsad. She consdered h the last an of her acquantance who she would select to "break t gently" to anyone bereaved. And so thnkng, she rose and ade as though she would leave the two together futlely, however. "Mrs, West!" Hollwedel bowed. "Don't go, please," he added, alost pleasantly. And, "Stay wth e, dear," West seconded, n a thn, brttle voce. Perforce she yelded. She cast one plorng glance upon Hollwedel whch he faled to catch and sat down very sedately, foldng her handr-; In her lap and playng wth her weddng rng, the whle a nervous, ddent sle betrayed her nward agtaton. Contrasted, the two en bulked bg even the convalescent, gaunt and haggard though he wab, was asfctvje and sturdy by her sde, who seeed so frally fenne. Anxety and the wearng watches of long nghts had wasted her, - To prove that he was not wholly down and out, West ust needs rse fro hs Invald char and advance to greet. Hollwedel. -.. "St down, old an," he sad, "and tell e all about t. You can't know how glad I a to see you. Tell e the truth I can't get anythng out of Bess or Dexter, beyond that 't's all rght,' and that you turned the tables on Belden n great shape. Tell e how you ad It." "Eh?" gasped Hollwedel, He sank nto a char wth the ar of an astonshed elephant; and looked confusedly at Mrs. West. West's teper was worn thn by days of addenng teraton of the stateent that he was too weak to talk about busness. 'Don't say 'Eh!'" he cred, peevshly. "Man, I' starvng for news of the Street. Don't act as though * He stopped, hs eyes lghtng savagely n ther deep sockets. "My God!" he cred. "Have they led to e? Isn't t true that Belden " ' "Belden," sad Hollwedel, recoverng hastly, "s eek as a lttle lab. wedel, board eber of Hollwedel Rte's been taught a lesson all rght, but I ddn't have uch to do wth t. I t understand ths." Indeed, he evdently soewhat bewldered. '. Mrs. West looked at h beseechtab/; ths te he saw t, and stopped y, I never suspected but that he blundered. 1 go ad~- " West began, an- <Hfe wfe nterrupted 11 h all, Mr. Hollwedel," share operate :H j,t# advce, young Wse jurapechfc" eluson that Net Coon break just as we "bad f would. He telephoned hs the Wse clque unloaded on the SSlS* ute. That staggered Belden, apt before he got over It, everybody wa» bearng Net. I sold ten thousand short,.just to help thngs along, and Belden took the count. Then I soaked the wth twenty-fve thousand shares and Net dropped lke a snker. She closed at eghty-three, wth Belden chokng to death; ar.d we covered, cashed n to a baautewktune. "In the eante, I'd been" the Englsh Investors for ther nlngtons, and got a bg block fro over there, besdes what I pcked up on the Street durng the slup and whle Belden was gettng hs second wnd. Fnally, I had corraled over halfthe bond ssue, whch MrB. West and I locked up In our safe depost vault. Pretty soon day or two * Belden cae around; sad he's reconsdered, that he'd take our block at tho prce agreed upon eghty, I told h just how thngs stood. We held the ajorty of the Four?: but we ddn't want the. We ddn't care to> foreclose. I told h he could have the at par. He swore he'd have your blood, West and gave In. RIe had to. I don't know where he got the oney, but I do know that we elesjnsl nearly a llon on the operatjolabd your wfe's responsble." Hollwedel stopped abruptly. MTt\ West started, and quvered a lttlewth a fearful gladness that she had done ths thng for bl, for her husband. But she feare> to eet hs eye.,'esl reaned stll n hs char, starng at. the celng After a whle a tense, slent nterval he passed Ula hand over hs eyes, "My wfe!" he sad, softly ajgt,. ; - j arose. He took a step or two towab /*/** her, and paused. "A non!** he wmf*', pered. "Oh, good Lord!" He. - ¾ vanned untl he towered above hsw'% :.M whle she sat wth bowed head an* fl of dnea. cloudng her vs, "My wfe!" sad West, breathle "Bess " She looked up at h, her fatehfe» A lng. >> "I I had to. dear," she sad. ~*f.r couldn't help t thngs were so desperate. Soethng had to be and t seeed to e that y have done Just that.",,,,,, f*wh * *y- : '%: <#. :**# two ~JL/ aratffff "But but how could you knovt to flank Belden." "How could I help knowng, she defended herself. "For ten you've been tellng nle Just what to do- Just how you were actng In slj eergences. I ddn't know It the te cae, bpt you've educate e thoroughly n the ways o* th< Street, dear, and the least 1,could for you was to ake.uaa.of the! edge whch you had gve*, e!"/' She broke off wth a HaOrtk Weal stared, aazed.. * V'Jf "Do yon ean," heata«gtered,» queer sensaton a* cjojlfobsfbct' lng hs utterance. "Oe-fe#tnean that last by pkng to " sweetheart you cared- " "Yes," she rephsgggu Suddenly hs- arflfns.; Hollwedel heard h v cr?, "Why, Bess!" And \ went to the wndow, aaf'stta lookng oatrfer s 1ow#tfjtj> CTJ *tf" 'T *Uv.**. <"/

6 : ¾ ¾ y*!'. '<*( P!.«* "&:,, tfe.. e l(qj * $«, * * A > I :-:9T furled by-dur fathers before us. burdjuctf July. :lree en's\ devoton «/' th bloworthew e turbutent \ocean ¾1¾¾1¾. he '.»\>N> When en; deeecftrfenor to de % r\ 6u 'st coe to hshldren unrven, The Flag j>f"fne Fourth of July. -< tx Bornerbnce by;thold/vcontnen tals WrfefvUhe bugles/ of' franrly Thy stars oer ther torn \regen tals* \ "Lost none of theryglorous hue At Trenton/and Yorktovw ortal; S*\ Where Vctoryrode "thesk / They planted at Lberty's \ The/ Flag of the' 1¾ \ \- 7 /// < \ 4eW.> Kr ««*< \ v TheUae/of a Naton s 'round thee,>, Tv \ I The love of/peopie s threzhry*, fe bless the / true/sprfte that found/thee "* ' " /gave uva standard dvne; A No ore shall/ the battltfjwords sever.the sectons that see thee on hgh, <ff\ Love crowns thee forever and ever *v "*2 "jrjthe Flagbf-the Fourth of July.' K / JCS- ' \ 0 eble-4nlaurelecl wth splendor /// f j ) AndXbathednGod'shplest lg.. //ru neveashall lack a defend ' Whlst\free N en s can rse'n ther sht: Above thee tll Te s no/longer **"" The eagles of Freedo- And 'neath thee all O Flag 0½ * v 'l* 'O A ft T -bu been a atter of soe speculaton, and frequently a subject of- nqury, as to the orgn of the Aercan flag whence cae the Idea of the stars and strpes. * By exanng the Ulnatrlous pedgree of the Washngton faly, t wll be perc«fv«* at once that George Washngton's coat-of-ars es the dea and the present flag of h* generalshp enthd rendered fr* ol St George. 3PM. *% >««' or of Washthe county of Durha, Eng- ¾ **w<urtrded John-Wsh- - WWtfleW, In the te of gl, tafchfttetlt n descent Jofcfr was George, the Ant f MIM States. Toe A' shalujy y grownstronger #» - - T: > * ens; ourth of July! < r*4 * - *»* «(O other of John Washngton, who e* grated to Vrgna In 1057, and who was great grandother to the general, was Eleanor Hastngs, granddaughter to Francs, second earl of Huntngton. She was the descendant, through Lady Huntngton, of George, duke of Clarence, brother of Kng Edward IV. and Kng Rchard III. by Isabel Nevlle, daughter and heress of Refc* ard, earl of Warwck. Washngton, therefore, as well the descendants of that arrage, art enttled to quarter the ars of Hast* ngs; Tone, earl of Salsbury; Planng* enet; Morter, earl of Marcb; Nevlle, Montague, Beauchap Deverrux ant I The pedgree, whch s full and accurate n regard to dates, gves as ft were sn eptoe of the faly. In tbe old orgnal t s surrounded by a Itorj der, ornaented by the sheld of ar paled and.planted by the dlsh* ent ancestors n rght of ther «lfm«as well as soe of the quarterng* borne by ther descendants. The coatof-ars of the frst John Washngton was coposed of three stars and strpes. As to colors, they are the en or palng of the Plantagenete wth the house of Lancaster.» George Washngton was enttled, by vrtue of tradttonary custo not law n ths country to use hs cognzance upon a flag n the. ary whch he anded; and thus the frst na- I flag ever ade and used n rua was coposed of three start j three strpes, whch those *ho were versed In heraldry would at ttttt recognze as the proper colors of tfet genetal-in-cbef of the revoluton* try ary the flag of Wasr«.gton. State then an Increase of the orgnal auns&er has soewhat objured H parentage, and any are not aware ttat tfcs orgnated, fro the legtt. troral bearngs of the father tjountry, the flag whch has coat p*m Uvtt to antan. '. o A SANEn FOW j.f.j/je&sw WILL not take no for an answer," wrote Mrs. Sbley* Brown wth the perous decsveness characterstc of her. "Indeed you ust coe, Marjorle. The change wll do you a world of good. It s beautful here, and a few weeks of ths glorous clate wll brng the color back nto your cheeks. I know you are bent upon lvng the lfe of a recluse, but you can do that uch better here than you can In the crowded cty. Coe, dear; forget everythng dsagreeable and be one of our lttle party. The Fourth of July Is at hand, you know, and f you are n favor of a sane Fourth, ths Is the place to fnd t." Marjore Kenneth folded the letter and turned slowly to the rror. Her lp quvered a lttle as she noted the pallor of her cheeks and the shadowy rngs under her eyes. She certanly looked as f she needed soe Insprng nfluence to revve her droopng sprts. Her pquant dark face was eant for sles and gaety, and her elancholy ood was blghtng and tragcal n ts effect on her otherwse beautful features. She hestated a long te, but n the end she sat down at her desk and penned ths note to Mrs. Sbley-Brown: "I a cong. I a too utterly lonely and heart-sck to refuse. Of course the prospect of a sane and restful Fourth s an added nduceent. Have soe one eet e at the fvethrty tran toorrow evenng." And that s how t cae about that Marjore joned the gay lttle house party nnth shnraa nt CnfMrH T olro It was a beautful place. The rooy country anson wth ts broad, breezy pazzas and ts velvet-green lawn slopng down to the water's edge, was solated fro the rest of the lakesde world, and sheltered by gant forest trees. In the nature harbor, wth ts nature docks and ts boathouse, there was a varety of odern water craft, whle farther out the gleang surface of the lake was dotted wth dancng sal boats. "On the ether sde of the lake Is the vllage of Bluffton," the hostess explaned to Marjore, as they lotered on the lawn. "It s drectly opposte us, just where you see that spre, wthlts glded cross, rlslngabove the trees. *fney Tefl" SHf tfce vllagers are gong to celebrate the Fourth accordng to old-fashoned ethods, but they are too far away to dsturb u " As the days went by Marjore tred hard to enter nto the sprt that anated the rest of the party. She resolutely put behnd her the hauntng specter of her heart-breakng trouble, and forced herself to be as cheerful and cordal and atronly as Mrs. Sbley-Brown herself. Yes, atronly, for t ust not be supposed that Marjore was a ad. To be sure, she was barely frve-and-twenty, hut she was c_,. -.tr wcdj. -,s wo; Ars. known to the world as Mrs. Kenneth by vrtue of havng been the wfe of Chester Kenneth for ore than two years. Everybody had known of the arrage, and everybody had prjnounced t an deal atch; but the dreadful sequel was known only to a very few persons, of who Mrs. Sbley-Browa was one. Marjore's drea of happness had ended abruptly one year after her arrage to Chester Kenneth. A seres of sunderstandngs, dsagreeents and jealousy-nspred bckerngs culnated n the only way that prosed peace for both. They agreed to separate. Nothng was sad about dvorce, the only thought beng that they ust lve apart. It was arranged that Chester should go away, antf that Marjore should rean n posmttup #f the hoe he had gven her. CbtatftttM been gone a whole yervr now. tt had not heard fro h In all thamlaambd hs whereabouts had rean** <4ftMt>wn to her snce the )da* hajm'tgun hself (too her St :*fhft> «Mp* gone oat of her lft u a940*etj a* f hs were dead. M- But these people dd not know. They supposed that young, Kenneth was abroad, on soe sson or other, and that hlb absence had been unavodably prolonged. "I've Just receved a bt of news," sad young Coates, cong brskly up fro the boat-house, flushed and excted. "Nonsense!" growled Staway. "How could anybody get news here?" "LjBten..A.-gonrter juatarrlvad Jn hs otor boat fro Bluffton, bearng a essage, You know Bluffton s gong to celebrate toorrow n the wldest and wooleat way. One of the events of the day s to be an aeroplane flght fro the far ground by an expert avator." "Well, what of that?" "Why, he's cong across the lake and expects to land on these grounds. He s soe dare-devl nventor who's' been workng for a..year on. ~hlscbne, and thnks he's got the ost perfect one ever bult. He agrees to fly across the lake and back, agan." "Good! Maybe we'll have a rpple of excteent here, after all." "Let us hope that t wll not be a tragedy." The Fourth of July dawned brght and beautful. Save for the dstant boong of cannon, whch arked the begnnng of the celebraton at Bluffton, and the ftful sputterng of a few packs of frecrackers down about the boat-house, no unusual sounds greetndeed, You Must Coe, Marjore." ed the rsng sun. Yet 11 rovnlopoj nto a day-of~-jotflcatlon, of patrotc deonstratons, of strrng usc by the band, of flauntng banners, of exctng boat races and other, sports. There was no end of enthusas and enjoyent, and even Marjore Kenneth was conscous of a quckened pulse and thrll of nterest now and then as the day's progra was unfolded. It was early n the afternoon. The water carnval was n progress, and those of the party who were not n boats were lned up on the per. All of a sudden a great shout went up: "Look! Look! the arshp! Hurrah!" All eyes were Instantly turned c the drecton of Bluffton. Clearly outfned aganst the crystallne arch of the sky they beheld the prosed aeroplane, salng lke'a brd through the ar. It was a thrllng sght. Everythng else was forgotten, and the attenton of the revelers wab absorbed n what to the was an unusual spec* tacle. The flyng achne was approach* ng, yet takng te to execute soe startlng aneuvers for the entertanent of the spectators, now soarng n wde, graceful crcles, now swoopng down toward the lake, only to rse agan n Bplral gyratons, now descrbng the fgure eght, and In other ways showng how perfectly t was controlled by the an at the lever. Mnute after nute the onlookers watched t n awed slence. Then, suddenly, there was an exploson of sharp exclaatons and cres of alar, ergng quckly nto a horrfed groan, n whch the whole crowd partcpated. It all happened In an nstant. Soethng had gone wrong wth the aeroplane the avator had lost control. The achne tlted collapsed and shot down toward the lake, a shapeless ass of debrs. One second there was a glpse of the darng avator plungng headlong through the ar. The next he struck the water and dsappeared, Woen shreked and ne shouted hoarsely. Pandeonu regned for a few nutes, but t quckly subsded when t was dscovered that no lops of lfe had attended the accdent The avator cae to the surface, gaspng and chokng, and was hauled aboard a launch.that chanced to be convenently near. He could not speak, but was apparently unhurt. Hs rescuers took h ashore. Marjore Kenneth was aong those.on the per. As they helped the an out of the boat she saw hs face. She screaed and staggered toward h. "Chester! Chester! My God, s t you?"» He looked at her In blank surprse. Then hs face lghted up wth a sle. "Marjore!" he artculated. He tore hself loose fro the en who were supportng h, and clasped her close n hs wet ars. It was the crownng sensaton of the day. An hour later, when the reunted wfe and husband were alone together n the lbrary, they ade up all ther dfferences. "Let us both forgve and forget," sad Marjore. "1 never ntended to lrt wth " I know t, sweetheart. I was a brute to accuse yon. Ths past.year hat been the ost serable of y lft. I half hoped that ooooundtd aeroplane woulaths death of OUT FOR BUSINESS. sr Say, can you tell e where I can fnd the North Pole? The Esko Nx. If I knew I'd have had t In a useu long ago. HIRAM CARPENTER'S WONDER FUL CURE OF PSORIASIS. 'I have been afflcted for twenty years wth an obstnate skn -dsease, called by soe M. D.'s. psorass, and others leprosy, coencng on y scalp; and n spte of all I could do, wth the help of the ost sklful doctors, It slowly but surely extended untl a year ago ths wnter t covered y entre person n the for of dry scales. For the last three years I have been unable to do*- any labor, and sufferng ntensely all the te. Every ornng there would be nearly a dustpanful of scales taken fro the sheet on y bed, soe of the half as large as the envelope contanng ths letter. In the latter part of wnter y skn coenced crackng open. I tred everythng, alost, that could be thought of, wthout any relef. The 12th of June I started West, n hopes I could reach the Hot Sprngs. I reached Detrot and was so low I thought I should have to go to the hosptal, but fnally got as far as Lansng, Mch., where I had a sster lvng. One Dr. treated e about two weeks, but dd e no good. All thought I had but a short te to lve. I earnestly prayed to de. Cracked through the skn all over y back, across y rbs, ars, hands, lbs; feet badly swollen; toe-nals cae off; ev-nalls dead aud hard aa a bone; har derd, dry and lfeless as old straw. O y God! bow I dd suffer. "My sster wouldn't gve up; sad, 'We wll try Cutcura.' Soe was appled to one hand and ar. Eureka! there was relef; stopped the terrble burnng sensaton fro the word go. They edately got Cutcura Re- BOlvent, Ontent and Soap. I coenced by takng Cutcura Resolvent three tes a day after eals; had a bath once a day, water about blood heat; used Cutcura Soap freely; appled Cutcura Ontent ornng and evenng. Result: returned to y hoe n just sx weeks fro the te I left, and y skn as sooth as ths sheet of paper. Hra E. Carpenter, Henderson, N. Y." The above rearkable testonal was wrtten January 19, 1880, and s republshed because of the peranency of the cure. Under date of Aprl, 22, 1910, Mr. Carpenter wrote fro hs present hoe, 610 Walnut St. So Lansng, Mch.: "I have never suffered a return of the psorass and although any years have passed I have not forgotten the terrble sufferng I endured before usng the Cutcura Reedes." Adequate Rest Is Necessary. Prof. Frederc S. Lee of Coluba unversty, New York, wrtng on the subject, "The Physology of Rest and Exercse," n the Journal of the Outdoor Lfe for June, shows by experents on dssected frogs the way n whch exercse tres the uscles and, n fact, all the organs of the body. He says, "There s no known antdote to fatgue, unless t be rest, wth al that rest ples. Sleep allows the reparatve process of rest to be perfored ost quckly and copletely. A oderate degree of fatgue, or even a consderable degree, when not too often ncurred, Is not detrental to a healthy body and s even to be advsed. The healthy body s provded wth great recuperatve powers, and does not rapdly succub to even excessve deands on ts energy/ fpgt should be allowed the proper condton for recuperaton, and that condton s adequate rest. There s danger when the fatgue. of one day's labor s not elnated before the next day's work s begun. The effect ay be cuulatve, the tssues ay be n a contnued state of depresson, and the end ay be dsastrous." Never Forgot Busness. "What would you take for a cold?" the sufferer sad. "I dunno," the an who never forgets busness repled. "What'd yon be wllng to gve?" A lot of the oney people arry for s counterfet Keep Ft Tour bran, uscles and nerves depend upon good physcal condton. Secure t by usng t,\ && <\.»

7 T WJ$?: Coronaton Coffure Copyrght Underwood & Underwood, N. Y. T HE "crownng glory of a woan Is her har" and It therefore s In order to Teark that one of the phases of Buch glory s very uch n evdence n connecton wth the coronaton coffure n whch the har s dressed soewhat n the fashon of a crown. The new coffure has taken such a hold on the up-to-the-oent fashonable woen, that the flat-to-the-head VELVET BANDS ARE 'IKED 8oe Knd of Black Adornent" See* on Alost Every Knd of Coffure Today. Black velvet bands, one or two, studded wth gold or jeweled buckles, are for the classc style of coffure, whle the ore coquettsh grl uses the fnshed wth a knot on each sde, a spray of slver agrette on one sde or a bunch of droopng slk rose balls. Satn rbbon s used as a twst, soft folds, flat bands, plan, ebrodered, beaded, lace applqued, dtto glt, wth a bow, fan, knot, etc., Just back of the left ear. The exact poston for the chef ornaent of a band s accordng to the wearer's head, a long, short, or broad shape requrng dfferent placng of ths fnshng touch. All ages fro ffteen years wear har ornaents. It wll not be long before yellow har wll agan be the fashon. The ahogany shade so long favored ts showng lghter effects all the te, and har dyes are rapdly approachng the straw tnt. And t has been ade plan that the new gold or straw ttt sto be wthout luster. A DAINTY DRESS. Nle green poplnette s selected for rar danty odel, whch has a perfectly plan skrt turned up wtth a deep he at foot The bodce hat a deep yoke and trng of net over nnon the sae color; ths It efcjtldefedtnd takert to wast n ponts, also down outsde of sleere. Toe ateral then has the fulness drawn up by several rows of gaugng, where t s attached to the trng..'. The sleeves wtotttpdj! to atch. are set to M jr*rd net* flawit lrd alsoo 41 teefcta wfe t \**/*r- vray of wearng the har s now soewhat passe. As wll he seen by the pcture the har Is puffed hgh and toward the back of the head n crown-fashon. Pne rbbon, used as a fllet, s wound In and about the puffs. Pearled bands or ropes of pearl or of coral, ay be worn nstead of the r bbon f tre far one s fortunate enough to possess these costly adorner. \s. STATIONERY IN THE BOUDOIR prencn Dty Ths season Sees to Have Been Set Apart for Use of the Young Grl. For a young glrps use there s no statonery ore sutable than the fabrc fnshed surfaoed French dty whch coes n whte, gray and stone blue square -sheets of correspondence and hasty note sze, wth envelopes of atchng densons. Of an equally refned and danty character are the lnen lawn papers n sold tnts of aeroplane, dawn pnk, Baltc blue, wllow green, orchd and crea the hesttched fabrc crossbar n whte bordered wth a pale shade of color, and the dagonally strped fabrc n two tones of auve, blue or buff. A fad of the hour, and one perssble only as a jdke when a note passes between two very ntate young grls, s the red-edged, tan-colored "Chantcler" paper, whch has a crowng rooster ebossed at the top of each sheet Lawnette correspondence card* for acceptance and regrets are accopaned by envelopes havng seellptcal or trangular flaps on whch a onogra or ntal ay be engraved. Ths statonery dnes n a varety of pale tnts, of whch buff, pale gray, gray-blue or wht- are prettest. Luncheon place cards atchng the shades and patterns of the French dty and crossbar lawn fabrc fnshed statonery are -exceedngly sart and n enently goofl taste, as are also cardsof ubrella ahape bearng hand panted volets, dases and crocuses and n cut out flower and fg* ure desgns. The Wast.'lrte. Though the wast ltoe s less versatle than t used to be, trad s ore and ore nclned to aeeue the convegttonal poston, the epre effect 4s «fffl to be seen. For recepton and darnng gowns t s graceful, and the soft (outlne t gves to the fgure Is delghtfully pcturesque. But for the street all ths s out of place,- t gves tfee wearer a slhouette dsat s untdy, and suggests a looseness that s attcajetber objectonable. In regard also to evenng gowns the sane fault ay be found. So long as a tolette s to be worn chefly whle walkng or standng, the short waat la perssble even desrable but for a dn* ner, concert or theater t a no longer so. The bust tconfned falls out of shape, and the fgure cut Is ost unattractfve and t l the realsaton of ths fact that has led to so any of the newest evenng bodces beng ade wth swathed draperes and close fttng lnes. As to the Freplace. * The sdes of a freplace should be well splayed or beveled, n order to reflect the beat, says Arts and Decoraton. The back should lean forward at the top, for tae sae purpose, and the freplace should not be too deep. A projectng chney produces an effect of pushng the guest away, whereas a recedng one beckons h nearer,jo enjoy the hosptalty of the open fre. For ths reason the Inglenook, that «, the freplace bult nto the wall of the roo, Is especally ootr and -ttf --"* *\ Valley Forge Is Rch n Hstorc Assocatons. Whnng Autoobles Now Brng Groups of Patrotc Sghtseers to Ths See** «f th# Revoluton's Darkest Days. Phladelpha, Pa. Through the lovely wooded hlls and up and down the valleys whch gve the nae of that hstorc spot, Valley Forge, the scene of the darkest days of the Revoluton, go rubhlng and whzzng nowadays the hourly autoobles brngng groups of patrotc toursts fro al the country What a change n the spot and n the people snce that te when Washngton and hs sufferng heroes caped aong these pcturesque hlls. What a gap between those footsore, dscouraged en and the pleasure-seekers whrled n luxury through ths great natonal park. For soe eght les the otor route crcles about over the fne park roads, and ob every sde the natural chars of the beautful scenery are enhanced by the hostorlc assocatons. Many eoral tablets have been erected, arkng where dfferent dvsons of the ary or varous coanders were statoned. Here and there are log cabns, reproductons of the olden huts, and standng on the old stes. There are lnes of the old entrenchents to trace, and uch else of nterest to a student of ltary affars, but the autooble 1B toe swft for study of ths -sort. The Meoral chapel, unfortunately, does not le on the route taken; t requres, and well deserves, a separate trp. One does, however, pass the old school house*, bult by Letta Penn n 1703, whch was occuped by the Contnental ary as a hosptal durng the wnter of The flag floats over t, and a group of buddng ctzens, who ought to develop rearkable loyalty educated n such a shrne of lberty, flock out for recess as the otor car passes. But the central pont of the trp s, of course, Washngton's headquarters. Ths plan old stone structure Is a fne exaple of the sturdy buldngs of Colonal tes. In ts splcty and Washngton's Headquarters. strength t shaes the flsy work of odern contractors. The nteror s very nterestng. The two an roos on the ground flour open fro tse wde paneled hall wth aple aall-paned wndows. In both recepton roo and offce the walls are adorned wth portrats, and valuable relcs n cases and n the okl-fashoned chney cupboard attract the eye. "Grandfather's clock tcks n the corner, and an old gun flls the open freplace. Across an open passage through whch sun and wnd have full play, s a wng contanng the quant old ktchen. Whle ths separaton of the ktchen fro the an body of the "house has. oe advantages, the odern housewfe would certanly object to the unnecessary steps t occasons. And she would doubtless be at a loss to get a eal over the freplace wth ts hangng hooks and pots. Fro the pup roo adjonng the ktchen a eteep flght of steps descends to an underground passage, only lghted fro an openng n the lawn above. The other end of the passage once councated wth the rver and thus afforded a eans of refuge and escape n case of surprse by the eney. That end has been closed up, but the curous Investgator can descend sad walk along the dap, dark paaeage,. wth thoughts of tne dangerous days when such a' secret way waa deeed necessary. The bedroos on the floor above are very attractve rn ther quantness. They have been furnshed by dfferent chapters of the Daughters of the Revoluton wth sutable antque furnture so they ust look very uch as they dd n the hours when Washngton reposed n the bg "four-poster," or n the straght-backed char by the freplace brooded over the perls of the country. On the thrd floor, to whch one ust clb wth bended head If a bup s to be avoded, the bedroo la aa cosly old-fashoned as anythng n the house. Much te ght be proftably spent In lookng over the aps, plans, etc., whch hang about the walls of the hall and the an roos, but the Is* terest of the average tourst n such atters s soon glutted and be prefers to walk about the lawn and vew the house fro every sde, or stroll dowtf to the Schuylkll rver In front of the headquarters and people the scene :*«wth the fgures of WastsssstMr and hs veterans.. "., «g Po al trava! of the sjevernaent. *k WESTERN CANADA'S GOOD CROP PROSPECTS»»«. I. YIELDS'OP WHEAT WILL LIKELY BE 26 TO 30 BUSHELS PER ACRE. In an ntervew wth Mr. W. J. Whte, who has charge of the Canadan, governent. Igraton offlcea 1 n the Unted States, and who has recently ade an extended trp through the provnces of Mantoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta n Western Canada. He sad that every pont he vsted he was et wth the one report, unversally good crops of wheat, oats and barley. There wll ths year be a uch ncreased acreage over last year. Many farers, who had but one hundred acres last year, have ncreased ther cultvated and seeded acreage as uch as ffty per cent. Wth the prospects as they are at present, ths wll ean fro 12 to 15 addtonal wealth to each. He saw any large felds runnng fro 300 to 1,000 acres n extent and t appeared to h that there was not an acre of ths but would yeld fro 20 to 25 or 30 bushels of wheat per acre, whle the oat prospects ght safely be estated at fro 40 to 70 bushels per acre. In all parts of the west, whether t be Mantoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, north and south, east and west, and a the dstrcts where last year there was a partal falure of crops, the condton of all gran s unversally good and claed by ost of the fanners to be fro one to two weeks n. advance of any year for the past ten or twelve years. It does not see that there was a sngle foot of the ground that was properly seeded that would not produce. There are those throughout western Canada who predct that there wll be 200,000,000 bushels of wheat rased there ths year, and f the present favorable condtons contnue, there does not see any reason why these propheses Bhould not coe true. There s yet a possblty of hot wnds reducng the quantty n soe parts, but wth the strongly rooted crops and the suffcency of precptaton that the country has already been favored wth, ths probablty s reduced to a nu. The prces of far lands at the present te are holdng steady and lands can probably stll be purchased at the prce set ths sprng, rangng Tr atf-tr*-* p*"* 1 h»t»*h *- harvested crop, such as Is expected, there s no reason why these sae lands should not be worth fro $20 to $25 per acre, wth an alost absolute assurance that by next sprng there wll stll be a further advance n prces. Mr. Whte says that these lands are as cheap at today's fgures wth the country's proven worth as they were a few years ago at half the prce when the general publc had but a vague dea of the producng qualty of western Canada lands. The land agents at the dfferent towns along the lne of ralway are very actve. A large nuber o! acres are turned over weekly to buyers fro the dfferent states n the south, where lands that produce no better are sold at fro $150 to $200 per acre. The hoestead lands are becong scarcer day by day and those who are unable to purchase, preferrng to hoestead, are drectng ther attenton to the park acres lyng n the northerly part of the central dstrcts. It has been found that whle these are soewhat ore dffcult to brng under the subjugaton of the plow, the sol! s fully as productve as n the dstrcts farther south. They possess the advantage that the ore open prare areas do not possess; that there s on these lands an open acreage of fro ffty to seventy per cent of the whole and the balance s ade up of groves of poplar of far sze, whch offer shelter for cattle, whle the grasses are of splendd strength and plentful, brngng about a ore actve stage of xed farng than can be carred on n the ore open dstrcts to the south. The egraton for the past year has been the greatest n the hstory of Canada and t la keepng up n record shape. The larger nuber of those* who wll go ths year wll be those who wll buy lands nearer the lne of ralways, preferrng to pay a lttle hgher prce for good locaton than to go back fro the lne of ralways soe 40 or 50 les to hoestead. Mr. Whte has vsted the dfferent agences throughout the Unted States and he found that the correspondence at the varous offces has largely ncreased, the nuber of callers s greater than ever. Any one detrtng nforaton regardng western Canada should apply at once to the Canadan Governent Agent nearest h for a copy of the "Last Beat West" The One Thng Needful. "Ars and legs are not so ndspensable after all," rearked the an who narrowly escaped wth hs lfe n an exploson where he lost the use of both ars. He spped hs lk In slence through a straw, shook soe change out of hs pocket to the water, and,' reachng down wth hs outh for the lghted cgar, puffed vgorously. Then, bowng hs head and jang It lata * hs hat on the table, he arose ant turned to go, sayng: "But thla heat Z&tr. Ssod lot our nterestnc booklet, "The Truth About Cecs-Cela" tayasr Good Health ana! Pleasure Coe follow the arrow 'tl you jon the erry throng of palate pleated en and woen who have qut seekng for the one best beverage because they've found t Keal satsfacton n every glass snap and sparkle vsa and go. Quenches the thrst cools lke a breeze. DcBcous Refreshng Wholesoe Sc Everywhere THE COCA-COLA CO. Alot, C*. 53 THE REASON. De Quz Are you n favor a safe and sane Fourth of July? De Whz No; let the boys have all the gant frecrackers they want. De Quz But such thngs are dangerous. De Whz I know It. I haven't any boys. HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE The Great Tolet Gercde? You don't have to pay 50c or $1.00 a pnt for llstertan antseptcs or peroxde. You can ake 16 pnts of a note" cleansng, gercdal, healng and deodorrzng antseptc soluton wth one 25c box of Paxtlne, a soluble antseptc powder, obtanable at any drug store. Paxtne destroys gers that cause dsease, decay and odors, that s why t s the best outh wash and gargle, and why t purnes the breath, clean Bee and preserves the teeth better than ordnary dentfrces, and n sponge bathng t copletely eradcates perspraton and other dsagreeable body odors. Every danty woan apprecates ths and ts any other tolet and hygenc uses. Paxtlne s splendd for sore throat, Inflaed eyes and to purfy outh and breath after sokng. You can get Paxtlne Tolet Antseptc at any drug store, prce 25c and 60c, or by all postpad fro The Paxton Tolet Co., Boston, Mass., who wll send you a free saple If you would lke to try It before buyng. - Wanted Too Much. The hanso ordered by a ddleaged spnster was late, and the cabby cae n for a good ratng when he fnally drove up to the door. "I shall probably ss y tran," the rate "fare" nfored h, "and 1 shall hold you responsble. I want to know your nae, y an. Do you understand? I want your nae!" The drver clucked up hs horse easly. "You'll ake your tran all rght, ada," he assured the woan nsde. "And I'll let you have e nuber f you lke. But you can't have e nae. That's prosed ter another young lady." Just Then the Tea Bell Rang. One of the best repartees ever credted to a habtual aker of happy phrases was that ade by the beloved "Autocrat of the Breakfast Table" on a certan local occason. Gong to dne wth a Boston neghbor, Dr. Holes was et by her wth an apology: "I could not get another an. We are four woen, and you wll have to take us all n." "Forewarned s four-ared," he sad, wth a bow. Youth's Copanon. _ Iportant to Mother*. Exane carefully every bottle of CASTOR1A, a safe and lure reedy for nfants and aa chldren, cauareu, and ana see that at t Bears the Sgnature In Use For Over ovears. Chldren Cry for FletcheVa Castora oke Volues Only. Archtect (showng plans) Ths roo wll be your lbrary. Mr. Newrch My lb'ry? Oh, yes, of course. I ust have a place to soke. Exchange. LA DIBS CAN WBAH flsfoba ess ru ealler trer asln* Atlsn's Foot-Base, the antseptc powder to be shaken nto the shoes. ~-take* tght or n*f shoes feel easy. Rttu nthttutr*. For free tral paekafe, ad*.or*** Allen 8. Olstad. Ls Boy, N. Y. Te ost Is the 8acks. hopeless an n the an who s drftng; of ne s ghty useful." Wlnslow** Soethnff Syrup for CatMvee A half truth always sees jnore 1 ¾ ¾ ¾ pregnable than a any-sded vew; a* r "'"""" ""' 'swww,»im*1 a always at a dsadvantage n jjg, lort,, fc,yfood de-' contenton wth a dogatst jjagjjthout as appette. «T roe sea aa Arrow rmak. el Coca-Cela 4; Z-» When you want the best there s, ask your grocer for lbbys Pckles and Olves, tbhr sercttt Llbsr 44 Bu. f o the Acre Is a heavy yeld, but that's what John Kennedy of Kdnonton, A tberta, We*tern Cana' Canada, sot - fro Reportsl acres of Sprng Wheatln flppnwtlftfl r la. n heatl U.tbatyreT-f nee a lent 000. fro bu. bus erone. bushels of oa_ acre wer threshed fro Alberta felds In»10. The Slver Gup at the recent Bpokane Fsl rras a warded to the Alberta ttoveroentfor _ exhbt of grans.grasses and Tf>*Uvble*. Reports o( excellent yeld* for 1U10 coe also fro Baskatcbewan and Mantoba In ft Western Canada...- Free hoesteads of 100 acres, and adjonng- pre- '»lof ISO ac «(at had easly procured, tuntng- a snrcesa. Wrte as to best place for set* tlnent, Rottlers' low ralway rau'r, dcrlpure UlnetraU'd "Lu*tH*a West" (sent free on applcaton) and other Inforaton, to Sup't of Itnnjtjrratlon. Ot tawa, Cu n..or to the Canadan GoTeentAgent. (W) R. V. IklasM, 171 Mfan IM., Dslrtt] or C. A laurlsf, Saolt Its. Marts, Mleswj (Use addrohs nearest you.) "% :!*&*:{ The Ary of Constpaton Is Growng Saller Every Day* CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS are responsble they not only gve relef they peranentlycure Css- tsatoa. Ml lons use the for BloBSDSM, bdtrttoa, Sck Heaoscat, Ssflsw SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genune ust bear Sgnature 1 rvmomtl THE FUKNLEST OF TEE FUKN7 XAGAZIHl Brful of wholesoe wt and h Jon the capagn for One Mllon l 25S.T:0*sYsarr abserptloas for ft, ForeJfaeetVsses* DR. J. D. KELLOGWfl ASTHJMJt ** * * Reedy for the) Aetrta and Hay H druggst for It. Wrs> ftoftthropalyaungcvr BALE TOCBHAT PR! "M It wll br* yon ora*, oney Seasdlor Ca P. K. DEDKReKI lootrtohsalwarlajkc ftaisy FlY KttJ Eat Tortus**, are W. N. U* MITROft*..-«- r4 asta &-xvfc v! -f~" (t 1 &3lf :y - *.y._%5 dahjsa-aak*. t I BBBBsr S

8 65T J r,,,,l W l W""*- # * * * > #, V» *«- «sr"""n ' "*' ' TSrvrr v"*7*r: ~j...:*w sr r v w >-*, r ' " "'?* *»r/w**r C3..---'f.¾ 1 r Pr ** tm4 " \ rvf & " *** <. ' ><r:»9m 4¾% I 4/.. lrca loto. The Sunday evenng servce wll be a cobnaton of church and league begnnng when the last bell rngs at 6:30 p.. Ederheer-Sten Young Men's Clothes have just receved a large lot of ens suts an Eastern Manur at a reducton In p#tce. As we bought, so we sell. Get one of these pare bargans for the 4th luk't *'V 10., $12.50, $ nuyularjfejgfe ltt.50, $15., and $16. values Fancy <3-*»y» and Brown WE PAY YOUR FARE OR ALL $15.00 PURCHASES. * DANCER HO. STOCKBRIDGE, MICH. * & ± :-\ v\ v* v\ v\ v* «? C HURCH, ; Gtr&clrnte Optoetrst hgan Certfcate of Regsteraton No. 295 Be In Pnckney, Thursday, July 6th I guarantee a perfect ft. Wll..All head a onth, and strve to please vst your town once used by eye stran absolutely corrected. Consultaton and Exanaton Free SfrvWKuVaHfnHHfrWKtX RNAM'S POULTRY & EGG HOUSE J Wll contnue to pay you cash for your poultry [4gg» sx ( ays of the week and I wll pay all the awfords at all tes..- * ;*"f >N&S' - - Lvngston, Mutual, kyndllla.«!* >*».. <*-*.».- W- *»> < $ > the Dspatch The M. E. Church wll serve ce crea n the roo under the Opera House Saturday afternoon and evenng July 1st. Lades of the church are requested to brng cake. Everybody nvted. The Epworth League busness eetng wll be held Frday eventng Julyrtk-nstead of Tuesday evenng July 4th. The eetng wll be held on the lawn between the M. E. Church and the parsonage f the weather s ple&seat. GREGORY. Mrs. Ghrstwell s vstng here. Alce Barton s vstng Mrs. F. Delbert Brearly was n Dansvlle last week. Cbas. Walker vsted M. E, Knhn Frday. Thoas Howlett vsted at Dan Dentona last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Howlett were n Howell ast week. Mrs. Geo. Meabon and daughter were n Howell Tuesday. oneta and Kenneth Knhn enter taned college frends last week. Mrs. Wn. Wllard vsted her daughter n Jackson last week. Leo and Mary McClear of Detrot vsted there other Thursday. Vrglne Teeple of Pnckney s vstng her aunt Mrs. R. Ksby. Bobbe Red and Dasy Howlett vsted there grand-parents ths week. Fercy McCleer s hoe fro Ann Arbor for the suer vacaton. Wns fght for lfe It was a long and bloody battle for lfe that was waged by Jaes B. Mer- Rhon, of Newark, N. J., of whch be wrtes: "I had lost uch blood fro long heoragea, and was very weak and ran down. For tght onths I was unable to work. Death seeed close on y heels, when 1 began, three weeks ago, to nsa Dr. Kng's New Dscovery. But t has helped e 1 greatly, t s dong all that you cla SOre Innflg, Qb«tna.t. studdorn colds, hoarseness, la grppe, astha, hay-lever, or any throat or long trouble ts supree. 50o and Tral bottle free. Guaranteed by W. E. Brown, the Druggst. a a WISTFTOTAH. Mss Nelle Gardner s vstng frends n Ann Arbor ths week. Glenn Garder of Stock brd be spent Monday wth bs parents here. Mrs. Edward Hosal of Howell vsted at Joseph Monks a porton of last week. Mrs. Lous Boucher of Gross Isle vsted her other and frends here the past week, Anna E. Lennon and Alce and Kathleen Roche spent Sunday at the hoe of Mrs. Peter Harrs. Mss C. Backus of Lansng s vstng at the hoe of ber grandparents Mr. anp Mrs. H. B. Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Tbeo. Jewell of Jackson were guests at the hoe of Mrs. Mara Cooper the past week. A Dreadful Weand fro a knfe, gun, tn can, rusty nal, freworks, or any other nature, deands propt treatent wth Buckten's Arnea Salve to prevent blood poson or gangrene. Its the quckest, surest bealer for all such wounds as also tor boras, bols, sores, skn eruptons, eczea, chapped hands, corns or ples. 25c at W. E. Brown's the druggst. SOUTH GREGORY. Hazel Bates s on the ga/n. Mrs Sheets vsted n regory last week. A. Strckland was n Detrot Monday. Ray Cobb and wfe were n Chelsea over Sunday. Mra. A. Strckland returned fro Jackson last Tuesday. " Mrs. Worden and daughter's vsted tbe forers other one day last week. Mrs. T. Harker and son Glenn returned to ther hoe n Booth Lyons last Thursday. I ' 1 l» «l.h- Robert Caskey and wfe spent part of last weak n Ypslant. Ross McGee vsted frends n Jackt Frday. H*. ReMy and faly vsted at I and Flnt last week. Loekwood and faly vsted at t,lllwhte* the frst of the week. 11a Oaakey and Mrs. N. D. Wlhoe fro tbe West for a a A. Mapeswll Mepes entertan the 8. Thursday rsday< «f IM 19. Spper served to whch al are v lud. Legal Notces TATE OF MICHIGAM, tua rrooata Cott rt fof Stbe qauoty of Lvngston, At aesston of sad Court held at the probate offce la tfts vllage ot Howell n sad County, «n the 18th day of June, A. I> Present, HOB. Arthur A. Montague, Jude of Probate. In the atter of the tutate of ELIZA MCCOUACBJI, dacaaaed Frask E. Ives bavn* fled u sad court bla fnal account as adnstrator of sad estate, and ht) pet It loo prayng for the allowance therttot It la ordered tlat Frday the 7th day of July, A. D.,.«l at 10 o'clock la the forenoon at sad Probate ottce, be ad la hereb/ apponted tor exanng and allowng ad account Ittofarther ordered that publc notce thereof oe gves by publcaton of a copy of ths order for three tcctavlve weeks prevous to sad day of bearng n the Plnckney DUDATCU k newspaper prnted and crculatng In aad county. gul. ABTHUE A. MONTAGU*,,Matc of Mchgan, the probate court for LVUgatou,- At Court, O the held county at of the Lvngston, ; a sesson of aad Probate Offce n the Vllas* of Bowel In aad eouaty OQ the 27tU day of June a. x> Preeent,' Hon. Arthur A. Montague Judge of Probata. In the atter of the estate of CHABLOTTB E. NOBLE Deceased Ftch C. Montague havng fled n aad court he annual account aa executor of aad eatate and bs petton prayng for the allowance thereof. It la ordered that Frday the 2)et day ot July, A D at ten o'clock n the forenoon, at aajtf Vrotate offce, be and s hereby appont** for exanng and allowng aad aoeount; It la further ordered that publc notce thereof be rven by publcaton of a copy of tola order for three aucceaare weeks prevous to sad day o beerlnx, n the Pxouxr DISPATCH, a newspaper prnted andclrculeted In aa d oonnty. 28t3 ABTHU* A. MONTAGU«. Jade* of Probata. TATE OF MICHIGAN, the Probate Court for Sthe county of Lvngston. At a eeeelon of sad court held at the Probate offce n the vllage of Howell n aad county, on the 37th day ef June A. D Present, Hon. Arthur A. Montague, Judge of of Probata. In the atter or the estate of Jacob Klce, deceased A. 1). Thopson bavn? fled In aad court hs noa account as Adnstrator of sad estate, and h* petton prayng for the allowance thereof. It la ordered that Frday the 21st day of July a. D. 1911, at ten o'clock n the forenoon, at eaa Probate Offce be and la hereby apponted for exanng and allowng sad account. It s further ordered that publc notlee thereof be gven by publcaton of a copy of ths order, for three successve weeks prevous to aad day of hearng n the Pnokaev DISPATCH a newspaper prnted and crculated n aad county. U aw ARTHUR A. MONTAGUE, Judge of Probate, E.JHOYT Are stll akng the best Wnter Wheat Flour that you can buy. One slce of bread ade fro Party Flour wll do yon as uch good as three or four of Bakers Bread. We have Corn Meal, Cracked Corn and everythng n the feed lne. We would lke to C. U. B. A. custoer of ours The Hoyt Bros. «***«H f= HOYT GRAND TRUNK R.R. SYSTEM Sunday Excurson Sunday July 2 - T O Det POI t Specal Tran leaves here at 8.05 a., returnng leaves Detrot at 6 p.. Sunday Excurson Tckets at low fares and good on regular trans are also sold each Snndav to certan ponts on tbe Western Dvson. Full partculars of agent. Round Trp $1.00 W. T. WRIGHT, D. IT. S. Offce Or»r Monks' Bros. Store PINCKNEY, MICH Grand Trunk Te Tabl«For tbe Convenence of our readars.' Trans East 9KM A, M, 4:36 P. M. Trans West 10:11 A. M 8:43 P. If. lectrlc Btters everythng else sane* peoatratk and ftale an the have MM v* THE CENTRAL" We wsh to call specal attenton to our Econoy frut Jars; the regular prce f»$1,25 per do*en; we are sellng the for $1.00 In the quart sxes; 85c In the pnts. They are the handest tbnge you ever saw; coe n and look at the. Everythng new and feou n the grocery lne; a new supply of cafrer a! craleajtresk leons anc? Waoaa, etc. We had to get another supply of long slk gloves; also lades vests; have now any sze yon need and cheap as th6 cheapest Another dozen of the all-over ebrodery wasts are here; coe n whle your eae s here as they are gong fast *-* We are too busy to wrte adv- but coe n and we wll talk to yon. M RS. A. M. UTLEY»»«*>«Get Ready For (SUCCESSOR TO P. E. DOLAN) Grls * "Old Boys and Week" By Havng Your House W M Before August 1st All orders for wrng gven us before July 10th, we wll furnsh all fxtures at wholesale prces. Ths wll nan n nwng tn y ft f prpffll, cent on fxtures. Wre at 2 cents per foot ncludng knobs, cluts. brackets and screws. Meters rented at 25 cents per onth n case you do not wsh to purchase one at $12.00 JACKSON LIGHTING COMPANY. HILL'S Varety: Store Fne Uhtnawars Crockery Glassware Tn Enaeled Ware Fnnng Outfts Flags Croquet Sets 5 and 10c Goods A fne lne of 10c Candles /Talwaya) welcoe whether you buy or not V. E HILL, Howell, Mlcllaan *#J».»4»4 BJae" The Clydesdale Stock Horse "BLAZE* weght 1800 lbs. Forerly owned by John Roberts wll stand the season as fol lows. John Roberts every Monday and at Han/ Whtlocks near Haburg every Frday and at hoe the rest of th* week, at the followng ters: $H#0 to nsure standng eolt. $8.00 for stabon, payable at close of season sngle servce, payable *t te of servce. I wll also be at the hoe of D, J, Hath every Tuesday. A. Mclntype Mutual Phone Pnckney : *. * +\H.& ' *;t. fcu. k2l> *V» > -MX,; '«W

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