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   Traverse City Evening Record (Newspaper) - April 30, 1906, Traverse City, Michigan                                 RECORD  SATURDAY’S ISSUE  WEATHER— Fair tonight and Tue* day; variable winds shifting to easterly.  TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, APRIL 30. 1906  5 O'CLOCK EDITION  SPECIAL TELEGRAPH SERVICE.  TENTH YEAR—2783  DESPONDENTPOLICEMAN  HER FIFTH BIRTHDAY  Uncle*' Dan Whipple, Aged 105. Was the Guest of Honor—Little Folks Had Pleasant Time.  SHOT AND FATALLY WOUNDED HIMSELF TODAY.  FRENCH WORKMEN ON STRIKE MADE AN ATTACK.  M eans not only an artistic moulding, but a suitable one adapted to the style of picture. .    . A variety of kinds of  mouldings is needed to choose from iu order to suit the subject. .    . That's  just what you find here—a variety of the most attractive mouldings that will just suit your picture and yourself. ,    .  SO BELIEVES THE REV. THOMAS PENN ULLOM.  Score# of Italian* Were Wounded and Had to Be Carried Into the Workshop*—Garrison Called Out.  CANDIDATES ANNOUNCED COUNTY OFFICE8.  Was Grieved Ov*r the Death of Hi* Wife Ln-ss Than a Year Ago. Efficient Officer.  Saturday afternoon, from 1 to C. Edna George of 906 Wayne street was hostess to thirty-three of her little friends, the event being her fifth birthday. During the afternoon games were played ami refreshments consisting of assorted cakes, nuts, candy and fruit were served. A very pleasant time was sjient by all present.  Uncle Dan Whipple was the guest of honor and the little hostess was the recipient of eighteen pretty presents  GREATER ONE YET TO COME  TWO CANDIDATES FOR CLERK  By Wire to the Evening Record.  Paris, April 30.—French workmen on -»rik»- at the fortifications of Toul and la- Hrtllcy surrounded and at- DANGER TO 'I’HIS COUNTRY IS tacked today several hundred Imported    ALL    WITHIN.  Italian strike breakers. Scores of the j Italians were badly wounded and the J  garrison at Toul had to Ix- called out Stated That th"' Wickedness of San and occupied the workshops. Phey Francisco Was Well Known and  drove them out after tin* greatest «tif  ficuily Tire wounded Italians were  .    .    .    That    City    Was    Ruined  r r I i f t t * 1 fi f f ■* d * ci; i i * L’ v- i j i s i t    *  By Wire to the Evening Record.  Ann Arbor, Mich., April 30.—Patrolman George Isbell, an efficient policeman. shot himself with suicidal intent at 7 o'clock this morning. The bullet entered his forehead ami there are no hopes ihm he can live. The act was caused by «ies|K>mlency over the death of his wife less than a year ago.  CITY BOOK STORE  8YLVESTER BROWN TO OPPOSE ROBERT WALTER.  THE HOBART CO.. PROP.  Aspirant* for Register of Deedt Nomi nation are Frank Wilson, Amo* E. Bmgham, Walter W. Dean and Frank Hamlin.  KATHERINE RIDGWAY CONCERT  Believes It Was for Its Sms  It is a Great Thing,  after    you    have bought your spring suit or overcoat,    to  feel that you have got your money s worth;  To    feel that you are really well dressed;  To    feel that you have been treated well    and    al  low ed to choose according to your personal preference;  1 his desirable combination of good feelings is what we aim to furnish to every customer.  We are sole agents for L. Adler, Bros. & Co.’s choice conceptions in spring attire.  COMPANY  The Manistee shoe stock will be a treat to those who are looking for good shoes cheap. Wait for announcement of this sale.  The Globe Department Store.  TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1ST  Thu Rev. Thomas Penn I 'Horn preached a powerful sermon to a large congregation at the Church of Christ la t evening. The sermon u'as based on the San Francisco disaster and was in substance a.s follows;  "My subject for tonight is ‘Sin and I ill aster or is there a warning to tin* American people in the San Francisco calamity?'  ‘ As to the origin of sin speculation is useles;. Knowledge and culture will not open the door Into tin* secret things of God. He lias said to man in reference to such things. ‘Thus far shalt thou go and no farther.’ Pertaining to the spiritual realm I have come to the conclusion that one man is not so very much wi er than his brother in reference to God’s character and actions which have not been clearly revealed. After much wander ing I have also decidetl that the best place to stand is upon God’s word which is sure and steadfast. In it we (Continued on Third Page.)  The spring election having passed and the excitement incidental to that event having subsided, county jxdl-tlcn now come to the front and there ar»* Indications that there will he an active campaign conducted between now ami the fall election. Several ran dldates are already in the field and working energetically for 11*** republican nominations for county clerk and tcgistei <d deeds.  Robert R Walter, the present route ty clerk, who lias held the office three terms, I again a candidate, ami receiving a great deal of encouragement lie will be opposed by Sylvester Brown supervisor of Long Lake township, who is already making an active can vans, not only in the county but in the city as well. Mi Walter believes that the service In* has rendered while occupying the office of county clerk has been sufficiently satisfactory to invite favorable action on the part of tin* voters for his return, this being the (Continued on Third Page.)  HIGH SCHOOL LECTURE COURSE  CONTENTS OF TREASURY WERE FOUND UNHARMED.  KUBECK & HOYT, union street clothiers  ONLY $300,000 NOW REMAINS  OF rUND APPROPRIATED BY THE GOVERNMENT.  THREE REASONS  TBKADEASY Shoes have three distinct sources of superioiity.  First The 1 K*auty of line and proportion, which comes through the hand of it master designer.  Second—fork cushion insoles and lull rubber heels, the two special features that have made them famous.  Third The character of labor spent upon them.  Treadeasy shoes are perfect shoes.  For sale only by  BACHANT & ROSCOE  Never Contemplated That the $2,500 000 Should Be Expended by the Citizen* Committee—Five Hundred Babies Born.  By Wire to the Evening Record.  San Francisco, April 30 - The city officers were highly elated today to find ttie contents of the municipal treasury intact. The vaults were in a part of tin* city ball that escaped the fire, An expert opened the doors this morning and found gold, silver and securities scattered over the floor but safe and unharmed. The vault contained $5,800,000 in currency, $300,000 in securities of the German Savings hunk and $12,000,000 of unsold city bonds. Consternation reigned here upon the announcement that only flpMi.oou remains of the relief fund of $2.n00,ndn appropriated by congress In response to the inquiry, Acting Secretary of War Oliver has notified San Francisco that it was never contemplated that the appropriation should he spent by the citizens committee Many Babies Born.  San Francisco April 30.—Five hundred haides have been horn in the hos pitals and in the refugee camps since the first day of the great earthquake ami lire. This figure does not Include scores of births in the camps in Oakland and Berkeley.  Cet Us Prepare Vour Teef For the Crip  Drug Store  FUNERAL SERVICE OF RICHARD W. ROUND YESTERDAY.  A. L. RICH CHARGED WITH THE FORGERY OF BONDS.  VVe ham lb* a boot made expressly 1«»r sporting purposes. They are livjlu, lit well and are comfort-  IN CHARGE OF MASONIC ORDER  DEAL INVOLVED MILLIONS  MASONIC RITUAL WAS USED AT THE GRAVE.  ia on with u rush—and agziin Wttcall your attention to our great line of  SAID TO HAVE TAKEN THOU SANDS ON BAD PAPER.  We think our prices are a little better titan at other stores, too.  Sermon Was Preached by the Rev. J W. Mdler, Who Took as His Text “All Flesh Is as Grass”—Elks Attended in a Body.  B.xnk of Cleveland Made the Discovery of the Spurious Bond*—Alleged to Have Forged Wood County Bonds Worth $65,000.  Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Stair Work, Mouldings, etc., made from selected woods.  Our Frices will save money for you. Our prompt deliveries will save time.  Let us have your business.  By Wire to the Evening Record.  <Meveland, April 30. A. L. Rich, n member of the banking and brokerage firm of Briggs «v Co., charged with forging Wood county bonds to the amount of $05,000, has disappeared. Rich Is said to have taken thousands of dollars on spurious paper. One deal was the taking over of the bonds <d' the Waller gas and electric plants at Beloit, Wis This deal aggregated $1,000,000. A bank of this city made tin* dlseoverey of the bogus bonds.  A most decided tribute of regard was paid to tlu> memory of Richard W. Round at the funeral services at the family home on Boardman avenue yesterday afternoon. The funeral was held under the auspices of Traverse City lodge. No. 222, V. & A. M., or which Mr. Round was ail esteemed member. The services at the house were conducted by the Rev. J. W. Miller. At the grave the regular Masonic funeral titunl was conducted by Grand Master John Rowson of Grand Rapids, and Grand Secretary Lou 1;. Winsor of Reed City, assisted by C. Langley, acting master of Traverse Citv lodge, No. 222.  There were neatly one hundred members of the Masonic lodge who ttutted out in a body, and nearly as many members of Traverse City lodge. No. 323, R. P. (). E., of which lodge Mr. Round was also a papular member The pall bearers were:    Victor  Uetertyl, E. W. Hastings, Robert Cahi-(Continued on Third Page.)  O. C. MOFFATT Abstract© of Title  Wm mrm **w p*rm*n*nlly lM» U4 la lb* Wllhalra bl**$  Dn. S«wy«r & PcnhallefM  DENTISTS  PUIGbt) 8ATI8fAGIOHY established 18b6 Room 210 fclato Utink Building  PROFESSOR ACCUSED OF POISON ING HIS WIFE.  Supposed That He Intends to Go to San F'ancisco, Honing to Escape in the Turmoil There.  IT IS A WELL-KNOWN  Take a look at ourshirt window this evening and Saturday.  DECEMBER AND APRIL  By Wire to the Evening Record.  Chicago, April 30.— Chicago police have received information from Cambridge, Mass., that Prof. Erich Muen-ter of Harvard university, accused of poisoning his wife has tied to California. According to the report h** is in seclusion at the home of his mother in Motuuavia, twenty miles from Los Angels, and it is supposed that he will attempt to find refuge in San Francisco, hoping to he unnoticed in the turmoil.  business principle that if you “buy right” you can "sell right,” and this applies Jto the QUALITY of goods as well as to the P R I C E S . Buy H. & L. Co.’s “ B E S T ” Feed, Bran, Middlings, Corn and Oats. Quality and prices art; always right.  BRIDE IS 17 AND THE BRIDE GROOM HAS REACHED 81.  Biide Too Young to Called May and the Bridegroom Very Near the Last of December.  By Wire to the Evening Record.  New Oilcan , April 30. A peculiar nunriage is reported front Arcadia. La. The bridegroom is Joseph Burkett, SI years old, and the bride Helen Dye, aged 17. The bride volunteered to care for the aged man the remainder <if his days. Neither party had seen the other up to the time of the marriage.  FUNERAL SERVICE  Late Mrs. Margaret Harris W'as Laid Away to R'*st Yesterday.  The funeral service over the remains of the late Margaret Harris of Sabin were held from the family home yesterday afternoon, the sermon being preached by the Rev. J W. Miller, a family friend for many years. Mrs. Harris was in her usual health when she retired a week ago Thursday but suffered a stroke during the night an 1 died Friday without regaining consciousness. Mr. Miller spoke of tli infallibility of life taught by these words from the Psalms:    "So    teach    us  to number our days, that we may apply our hearts to windom.” Burial was in Oak wood in charge of Undertaker Anderson.  COUNT WIITE QUITS  Hannah & Lay Co  Authoritatively Stcted That He Ha Sent His Resignation, to Take Immediate Effect to the Czar.  Bv Wire to the Evening Record.  St. Petersburg. April 30.—It was authoritatively stated today by a member of his family that Count Witte, premier of Russia, has sent the czar his resignation and has asked to be relieved of his duties as soon as possible.  BROKE HIS ARM  Little Son of the R**v. W. T. Wood hou^.e Met With a Painful Accident Yesterday Mornmg.  Fine Selections  Kid Gk>\ i- Si t<> $2'.’ Fine H.t’f fftote toe to 50c? No larger and In-ttcr assortment genuine vahn-s elsewhere.  Suits—Top Coats—$i<» to $22.  SOUVENIR TO EVERYONE TONIGHT  The little 20-nionths-oid son of the    WYLIE    WON  Rev, W T, Wood house met with a    _  very painful accident yesterday morn Defeated Grawn in Fast Game of Ball ing. The baby is very fond of chickens    Yesterdaly Afternoon,  and yesterday was going out to feed Special to the Evening Record, them. He slipped and fell and in fall- Interiochen, Mich., April 30.—The ing his right arm was doubled under Wylie White Sox did honor to their him in such a manner that it broke new suits yesterday by defeating the above the wrist. The little fellow Grawn Potato Diggers in a fast game, doesn't seem to mind the accident score 5 to 3. F. Kirchiner of Wylie very much but the bandage bother^ was the star and Pitcher Winters him and the first thing this morning threw an errorless game. Batteries— he came to his father and said "Take Wylie. Winters and Mayhew; Grawn, it off ”    J    Smith, Haskins and Bratton.  A good time to buy shirts when the lines are complete.  the markets  Detroit, April 30.—'Wheat—No. 2 May, 78 1 i*c; corn, 4t> r * 8 c; oats, 32%c Chicago, April 30.—Wheat—Close red, 89c; corn, 52c; oats, 35 Lc.  East Buffalo, April 30.—Cattle—ICO; steady. Hogs—85; steady. Sheep-125; steady; best wethers, clipped, $ 5.50@5.75 . Calves, $4.50*0 0.25.   

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