Traverse City Press in Traverse-City, Michigan
10 Aug 1917

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10 Aug 1917

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Traverse City Press, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1917, Traverse City, Michigan Traverse City press printed tuesdays and fridays by the gothic press printing service E. Myers Geh. Mgr gothic press printing service Myers a Myers sole owners 312 South Union Street Phillip Long of Beulah is spending the week with friends at the Morgan farm. Mrs. J. R. Trufant and Little daughter Laura of Ypsilanti Are visiting her Sis Ter mrs. H. L. Weaver Union st. Mrs. Lucy Dalzell and two daughters Ruth and Vera of Detroit were in this City and Leland the first of the week on business. Born to or. And mrs. Thomas Kelder House 1024 Boyd ave. A seven Pound son thursday aug. 9. He has been named Thomas Marion. Several cases of fruit and about two dollars in change were secured tues Day night when the m. N. E. Depot at Cedar run was broken into probably by tramps. The new born babe of or. And mrs. Maurice Firestone West front Street passed away at the Bay Bank Hospital wednesday. Funeral services were held thursday morning with burial in Oakwood. In the presence of a few relatives and friends miss Anna Virginia Ellis and Arthur William Dalzell both of Leela Lanau county were married at the parsonage of the first congregational Church thursday the Rev. Demas Cochlin. Miss Iva m. Green and or. Frederick r. San born were quietly married at the parsonage of the Christian Church sat urday evening by Rev. Ford a. Ellis. The Young couple will remain Here permanently. James h. Desmond the remains of James. H. Desmond who passed away at his cottage at Platte Lake near Honor Friday were Brot Here monday and Laid to rest in the family lot in Oakwood. Or. Desmond was 48 years of age and Wab an Active business Man up until a few years ago when his failing health compelled him to give ,.yp and he took up his abode at Platte Lake at his cottage there. He and his brother controlled the Desmond chemical Plant at Carter siding and for some time he had Active management of it. He was a member of several Fra Terf Tal organizations in this City and was Well known throughout the Region. He leaves to mourn their 16ss a wife and two sons Hugh of Detroit and Vance at Home one sister mrs. N. J. Rovick of Boyne City and one brother Frank at Hollywood Calif. Funeral services were held from the cottage at Platte Lake sunday an d the remains Brot Here his thirteenth Birdman dropped by Alan Hinsdale monday morning Rev. Demas officiating at the grave. Cochlin and the trouble started. Order that j May get Tbs Money on this Check do the people at the Bank have to know Hus they have to know you but not As Well Cher would t judge. As i do otherwise you a Java s death Plant. The death Plant of Java has flow ars which continually give off a per fume to powerful As to overcome if inhaled for any length of time a full grown Man and which kills All of insect life that come under its in Juwence. Born tired. He Vaz to n too tired Ter git Outen Jas own said the old coloured brother. De Only exercise he Ever its la fallen from Grace an Atter he Alia please god he s too tired Ter git Constitution. Lieut. Carl i. Campbell of the local division of naval reserves which left Here in april is Home on a fourteen Day furlough. He looks As if life in the Navy agreed with him fairly Well at least and it seems Good to see his Smil ing face around the store again. Edison shop come and hear latest records on the new Edison Diamond disc phonograph. No Needles to change. Scott s City drug store. Sushi clout Man. Unless my plans Are says Ike Van Quentin i shall marry a Small slender girl who has a big Tat sister. Then i will have reason Able Assurance that the clothes i see my Fiancee in Are her suits sponged and pressed Forso cat Meeboer s 327 Union phone 910 what a traverse City Man says about the new Era traverse City Mich. 8-10-17. New Era association grand rapids Mich. Gentlemen please accept my sincere thanks for your Check of in payment in full for my claim owing to death of my Mother Mary i. Rowe. I can cheerfully recommend the new Era to anyone desiring reliable instr Ance. I can also recommend your local manager or. H. A Coates As a gentle Criari in every sense of the word and a Loyal worker for the association. Respectfully adv Joseph d. Rowe John Ellison wag of the third Griir ration of an Irish revolutionist who after the suppression of Ireland found it necessary to Emi grate. John s Grandfather came to America married an american woman and u daughter of his married William Ellison a englishman. Johnny was sent Over to England to be educated and came Back very enthusiastic Over the English people. The consequence was that when the great world s War broke out he went Over to fight under the Imperial Brit ish Flag. The Only person toward whom John Felt a real enmity was Elmer treat whose Grandfather came Froin Ger Many the two As youngsters had been chums us Luck would have it they split on a girl and though Nei ther Felt sure he. Had gained the and Vair Tage Over the other the Ury Sepa rated them. Whether or not it broke Friendship this Story will Tell. Johnny thought he could serve the fatherland of his consid ered himself an american and an american the flying corps. He therefore went to London and after a course of instruction that fitted him to make a Bird of himself was sent to the front for Active duty. At first he was sent up into the air. To locate the enemy s guns and signal their Posi Tion but after a year at that kind of service he was made a. Member of the fighting corps. When Johnny left America for the War he did so partly because he had been refused by Alice Wea Berb y. This was the girl that he Elmer treat had split upon. Whether treat had won where he had failed he did not but he Felt very bitter to Ward his former Friend because he presumed that treat had taken unfair advantage of him. But was there Ever a rivalry wherein one party did not consider that the other had used unfair Means it is the girl who throws the Apple of discord Between them. One Day John Ellison went up to get his thirteenth aeroplane. Had brought Down twelve and had been duly decorated by the government. John set out 10 o clock of a Spring morning. As he Rose about the treetops he heard the Birds singing be Low him and wondered if they were not jealous of the invasion of their ele ment. On reaching the height he de sired he started toward the enemy s lines. Far in the. Distance he saw either an practice Eye soon told him that it the former. Nor was the aeroplane Appiott Iveel to Auto company organize Albert L Fahl drowns in Silver Lake monday Steps from four into thirty feet of water and can not swim Napoleon Plant will be in opera Tion in a Short time the Napoleon motor car company now has a Complete organization1 in this City of temporary officials. The Board of directors consisting of w. J. Chase John w. Patchin g. E. Culver Frank Trude and W. May met thursday and pleasure trip came to 1 afternoon and elected the following of a sad end monday afternoon when Al filers president berth. L Fahl 33 years of 987 Sheri president E. Dan Avenue Detroit was while bathing in Silver Lake. W. J. Chase vice Culver Secretary his brother Edward c., was camping on the farm of their Uncle on Ali e Shore of Lake. They had been Here just a week and had a Nice Camp spending their time fishing and bathing. They had planned a fishing trip for hat afternoon and Edward had gone find bait while Albert went bathing. He could not swim but not noticing his danger was walking along in the water when he suddenly stepped from four feet of water into thirty. He struggled against going Down for several minutes and in this Way the body was carried Ito about 500 feet from Shore. He was last seen by or. And mrs. Eorge Raff 324 Pine st., who were Ishing and noticed him in the water and that he could not swim. When his brother came Back to the tent Albert was nowhere to be found and he immediately gave the alarm. Searchers were sent out but no Trace could be found of him. Sheriff Campbell and Deputy E. Taylor were notified at six o clock and made the trip to the Lake in Twenty minutes. They started at once to drag the Lake and worked until Midnight but failed to locate the body. Or. Taylor remained there ail night and when Day break came he was joined by undersheriff Core. In a Short time the body was located in about 30 feet of water. They notified Coroner Clark of drawn but the cause of death was easily seen so no inquest was Nec Essary. The remains were shipped to his Home in Detroit tuesday. Drowned j treasurer Frank Trude. He with immediately Ine new company Start making plans for the remodelling of the Williams Plant Here. and John w. Patchin have gone to de troit and Napoleon to Complete arrange ments for the Purchase of material for use in the new Plant and to get the consent of the original stockholders in Napoleon to the Sale of the Stock to the new company. The officers elected Are Only temporary remaining in Power Only until the Stock has been transferred to this com Pany when a Complete organization will be effected or. Gauntlett who is now in Ohio has wired that Napoleon people have subscribed additional Stock. A committee composed of Eton gaunt Lett Culver and William Chase has been at Napoleon Ohio this week Tak ing inventory of the Napoleon motor car company. They report that the i Plant is in Fine condition much better than they expected and that with the added facilities which traverse City can provide the Plant can turn out Many More cars per Day than it is now doing. On the whole the report is very favourable. V Nettie Foote the widow of William o. Foote. Net tie e., passed away at her Home 018 w. Front Street wednesday Al Ter noon after a Long illness. She was 57 years of age had lived Here Many years and has been very patient in bearing the suffering caused by her affliction try ing at All times to be As cheerful As pos sible. She has made a great friends during her life Here and Wil be greatly missed by them All. She leaves three children William Harry and Maunie All of this City. Funeral ser vices were held this afternoon from the Home Rev. Ford a. Ellis officiating. Interment in Oaks Vood Edison and hear latest records on the new Edison Diamond disc phonograph. No Needles to change. Scott s City drug store. Auto Bandit captured near Bellaire for John. Sunday evening James Bannon of a me drove up in front of the eagles Temple and parked his car while he went when he returned the and Trace were fun notified and the City and sur Saxon roadster another Saxon roadster feature of instant Appeal is the Demountable rims with 30-Inch x 3-Inch tires. Should there be by any Chance a tire mishap change is readily made with no trouble. Locating the snobs. Very few millionaires in Large Cit Lee snobs. The snobs Are largely found in Small Are Worth from to Otobe. Solid Comfort chairs and rockers comfortable chairs for every body that s what makes the Home attractive. And style need not be sacrificed. Will pay you to buy at these prices we arc making some especially attractive offers right now on Over stuffed rockers and luxurious Morris chairs. We have them in leather imitation leather and various kinds of cloth upholstery and in the very latest designs. And stability at pleasing prices Northern furniture company 123 South Union Street i they circled about each for observation or for Positora Beed of this City was Brot appearing to care of tors Back Here from Bellaire wednesday on close enough for a fight. John Feho was armed with a Long Range a shot by Way of open Rig v Mage but it either fell Short or wild his enemy did not seem ready. For reply. The combatants were no near enough to distinguish each other s if they were they were too much covered for them to . The stranger suddenly veered Fioril his course and putting on All Speed Vinade straight for his. Enemy s machine Jjohn swerved and the other passed him on the flank both firing at the same Iuie. Neither Man was Hurt but the a plies of both aeroplanes received several bullets it now As they dashed past each father Johnny got a View of. His enemy puch As he might see it by a Flash of Light Ning. There wag something it that reminded him of his former of feed and subset Finema enemy who be Hufe believed had acted unfairly with refer ence to Alice Weatherby. Nonsense there were a thousand to one Cut aces against his meeting Elmer treat any where on Terra Firma in europe1 and a million to one would not meet him a. Thousand feet up m the air. Nevertheless Tomt Brief glimpse he had got of the Man in the other machine was marvellously suggestive of Elmer. But Johnny was fighting for life and. Realized fully that nil his faculties should be exercised in taking the life of the Manf who was. Bent him. Besides the his enemy reminded him of the Man he believed had injured him with the woman he loved did not tend to extinguish in him the madness of. War. Advantage of a turn the other made in which he exposed himself favourably for a shot. Johnny fired at him and saw Hiru a distantly collapse. Said John. I be passed my thirteenth i the enemy s Aero Lime began to sink slowly in a spiral. John could not be sure whether or not the Man Iii her had any control Over her or not. Slowly she circled till she readied ail Bucu space in the rear of the British lines devoid of troops. John followed struck the ground near him and when he ceased to Niove Oli Alliod and ran to the other he found Elmer . A revulsion came Over John Ellison. I curse my. He cried bit Terly. I have killed my Ellison asked to be transferred from the flying corps and later was wounded on Terra Firma. He was discharged and returned to America. But he did not marry Alice x the charge stealing the car. He pleaded not guilty. He says that four men passim d him in a car on front st. Sunday night and asked him ii he did not want to go to Bellaire. He did very much and so took the Opportunity. He does not know who the font men were or where they went after they left him. Evidently the authorities thought differently As he is now confined in the county jail for sixty Days. Clara h. Randall mrs. Clara h. Randall for Many years a resident near Maple City passed a Way at the Home of her daughter . Miller of Glen Arbor. She had been in ill health for some time so her death was not unexpected. She was Well known in that Section and beloved by All who knew her. Besides other rela Tives she leaves one daughter mrs. Chas. Miller and two sons Lewis of Cherry 111., and William of Edmonton Canada. Funeral services this morn ing from the Home with interment in Oakwood. Saxon roadster is f. O. B. Detroit specifications new style body More room two unit electric starting and lighting Demountable rims 30" x 3" tires new style top with grecian rear Bow electric Horn extra tire Carrier speedometer new design of Carburettor a head High Speed motor of unusual Power smoothness quietness and flexibility 3-Speed sliding 8 a transmission Timken axles Hyatt quiet bearings Vanadium steel cantilever Springs ventilating Windshield and a score More of noteworthy refinements. Saxon Agency f. C. Rice agent 324 East front Street Bell phone 136w cite. Phone 1134 the Globe store bargain news will help you with your saturday shopping read about these exceptional values. Every item is placed at a saving. Come and share in these under priced offerings. Women Fibre silk sweaters have All been marked Down. The season s Best styles in Rose Gold Copenhagen and purple. Fibre silk 7c sweaters j Beautiful Fibre silk svy eaters now t c priced i j agent s samples of handbags on Sale at about wholesale prices women will appreciate this Sale because of the splendid variety of style s. And the prices Are Narv Elousy Low 39ci 49c, 69c, for bags Worth 50c to si.50 remnants All kinds of marked Down for Quick Selling. Splendid showing of Short lengths of Wash goods and White goods that Are very desirable for waists and dresses. It will be Well Worth your while to look Over the Rem Nant counter. Hosiery boys heavy weight ribbed stockings. Actual value 18c. Special at oct 1 pair Fibre silk Boot in Black Only special at Only. Children s sox 19c and 25c silk waists Beautiful styles in White and colors. Auto Caps one lot of Auto Caps. Styles women and girls up to 50 and values. Choice for Only fancy Auto Caps hint sold no to and now on Sale at for 75c extra special bargains children s rompers All sizes. For Merly 35c it an 24c at sport suiting 36 inches wide. Very popular for Outing skirts and suits. Formerly 35c t at Yard silk skirts. New styles in Khaki Kool patterns. Globe department store

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