1893-05-19; Clare Sentinel (1892)
|Previous||1 of 8||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
s- ■p V- <—- /-" <LJ> ___!> d <~~~7 r~> <__-<___ C TolBjne 1. OLABE, MICH., FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1898. If umber -5J _____s ^—;Wfe^i-—^-3^^—rg'l—fti^gS ■^'■^..■-.i^y-fc^^.1*^^ ^^f-•>>': jj- .■>.&■ J ^rr DECORATION DAY. _Sep—_6_tatlve _l.,"W« SewMtk of _u_—_'. t—_. Beli——? the Oration-—__© Presl- #——: of tiie _*ay and. Ot_er Officers &—<—©_—A- ."-in© Program Being Pre- ' "The committee having in charge the preparations for the observance of 3Decoratio- Day have secured Hon. H. "W. _$ew_irk of Luther to deliver the ©ration of the day. He is at present A member of the Michigan house of -epresentatives and is one of the prominent members of that body. The -p-Mic is assured that they will hear an address from him worthy of the occasion. Th© officers of the day will be as follows: O. W. Ferry—President of the Day. David Borison—Marshall. C. H. Clark and P. Mortz—Aids. Bev. S. A/Long—Chaplain. "Wm. Parrish and W. A. Goodman have been appointed a committee to solicit funds to meet the expenses of the day. • The line of March will be from the G. A. B. hall and will be formed and march to the cemetery as is customary. The program will be published in the papers next week and will also appear in the bills. It is desired that everyone will join the line of march. Especial inyitation is extended to the teachers and pupils In district schools to come to Clare in -body and join the procession. Let ■every one set-aside their business for the afternoon of May 30. LafoacMe-Rowell Company. On Saturday evening of this week J_-_cis Labadie and Miss Hattie . Bowell,- old-time favorites here, will appear at Doherty opera house for one night only in a grand presentation of Goethe's glorious "Faust and Marguerite. " TMs rendition of this grand play is adistinctly new one and from the pen of Francis Labadie, who himself takes the part of Mephisto, the evil one. Miss Bowell, an old Clare favorite in leading female roles, appears as Marguerite, while W. J. Higby doesFaustus. This is undoubtedly the strongest company Francis Labadie and Hattie Bowell have ever carried, numbering among its members such well known actors as Hubert and Oliver Labadie, L. H. Marcus, F. "W. Haase, C. C. Curnalia, May Lor- anger, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wright. The mechanical and electrical effects, (which the advance agent claims, are the finest on the road) are said to be * among the wonders of the theatrical world, having only been produced in the larger cities where they have won great approbation from both the press and public combined. Beserved seats _re now on sale. • Something Fine. A very interesting entertainment in which fifty-two children will participate will be given at Doherty opera house next Friday evening, May 26th. The entertainment will consist of delightful music and mirth-provoking pantomime. Go and see the elegant <costum.es and flaming tableaux. Below is the program: part I. Overture—Le Diademe.. .Orchestra CA-TTATA—' 'FAIBY-LA-TD," Consisting of Solos, Choruses, and Tableaux. IMPEBSO-TATIO-TS: King of the Fairies Bay Holbrook Q_ee_ " " Bernie Chamberlin a ++^^3c, I Laura Todd Attends \ Lara Snide. Fairy Cricket Maud Holbrook ) Grassh'p'r.Bena Borison Attend _. SBeesf. Ethel Pratt ) Firefly... .Edith Husted Fairy Fun Louie Louch ) Mirth Ethel Dustin Attend-. I Joy Pearl .Wager 5 Bomp Maude Bander Fairy Content Lida Doherty ', ") Peace... .Ethel Dawson Attend-. >-Duty—Bessie DeYogt } Labor Vita Gaunt Fairy. True Heart Bessie Gaunt SLove Edna Hnicume Sincerity.. .Gertie Pratt Honesty.. .Lena Bidwell Fairy Good Will Hazel Goodman ) Faith Theo Dorsey Attend.. J-Hope Bertie Gaunt ) Charity.. .Gracie Smith PART II. A march "Purity," Orchestra. A march by 16 young maids, followed by a Fan Drill. part III. Turkish Beveille Orchestra PAKTQMIME. A selection from Mother Goose, Mother Goose. Kittle Chase Bachelor. Floyd Doherty -Old Lady. Blanch Sine f Too Tall... _Tora Bristol „u._ i T-ooSiKir-b.Ov- Phinisev i „ .ISL -. i Too Fat May Alger gaug-be.-** | Too Lean..Lena Bidwell |_O.K. -L&-.1 Gut-aui'i- Ringer Captured* Officer Chancey Breed of Farwell did a very nice piece of detective business in hunting up Engineer Binger in Chicago and bringing him back to Clare county. Binger is the engineer who, it is generally understood, was responsible for the Farwell wreck and consequent loss of life. Officer Parrish of Clare and Breed of Farwell, with seperate warrants, were in Toledo looking for him as mentioned last week, and there obtained his photograph of his wife whom he deserted some years since. Beturning to Owosso they got trace of him again. Parrish returned to Clare and Breed and the T. & A. A. detective followed the trail to Chicago and Saturday Breed reached Farwell with his man. Monday he was taken to Harrison and Tuesday morning arraigned before Justice Bogue on the charge of criminal carelessness, Wickham appearing for the people and Cummins for the defendant. Bail was fixed at §1000 and examination set for next Friday, May 26th. * Much Cash is Required. Hew York, May 15.—A number of the bondnolders and creditors of the T. & A. A. road are uniting in a re- guest to F. P. Olcott, president of the Central trust company, to organize a trust company with a view of a thorough organization of the property. A preliminary investigation of the affairs of the company already shows that a large sum of cash will have to be raised in order to rehabilitate it, and this can only be done through reorganization and the best efforts of a strong committee and united action on the part of all interested. Nothing In It. Prosecuting Attorney Wickham was in Clare, Monday, enquiring into the evidence in the case against Ben Patient and Jas. Collins, charged with holding up Henry Edwards and relieving him of some money, as mentioned in last week's S_-_rN__. The prosecutor decided that the people had no case and directed the justice to dismiss it. Edwards himself was under the influence of liquor on the night on which he claims to have lost some money and the probability is that he did not fully appreciate wbat transpired anyway. Attention,' Comrades. Hancock Post, G. A. B., invites all honorably discharged soldiers and sailors to join them in the observance of Memorial _>ay and. Decoration Day. All will meet at G. A. B. hall at '9 o'clock on each of those days. By order of the commander, Z. Kump. Duties of Hostess and Guest. When extending an invitation to a friend for a visit, the length of the stay should be named and also the date when it will be convenient to receive it; and only the closest intimacy can excuse the violation of these conditions on the part of the guest.* Before the arrival of her guest the hostess should see that everything is in readiness for her reception, so that she can be shown immediately to her room. If the room is one usually occupied by the family, all trace of such occupancy that could possibly make the guest feel herself an intruder should be removed. Closet room should be placed at her dispossl, and bureau drawers, alsoi for the convenience of her small belongings, so that she can preserve the order which she finds. To thoroughly enjoy the presence of a guest, the even tenor of home life should go on undisturbed, and the guest conform in every way to the family life. This caution applies especially to the meal hours; and she who violates these proves herself very selfish and ill-bred. The guest should at all times show ready deference to the tastes of her hostess and also the prejudices of all members of the family. She should not expect to be ''entertained" all the time, and by quiet withdrawal to her own room should leave her hostess free to fulfill other duties and obligations. Just a little tact and quiet- Observance will soon put the quick-witted woman en rapport with the different members of the household, and by ready sympathy in the interests of others and a happy blindness with regard to things she ought not to see, adding her mite from time to time to the general entertainment, she will fill the role of the charming* eagerly sought guest.—From "The Guest Boom," in Demorest's Family Magazine for June. More Light. F. D. Patterson of Mt. Pleasant was in the city, yesterday, and in conversation with one of our citizens said that the electric light plant at Mt. Pleasant was being removed to the vicinity of the old dam at Isabella, north of that city, and when in running order would be able to supply lighting for Clare. The lighting company will run their wires to this city if assured 400 lights at 75 cents each. Also, if this is done, the poles will be used to run telephone wires to Clare, thus connecting us with about 400 cities and towns, including Saginaw, Detroit, Lansing and Grand Bapids. Should the telephone reach Glare there is no doubt but that it will be continued to Cadillac. The scheme of lighting proposed seems to us to be entirely feasible, and the light will prove cheaper than oil. Talk the matter up, gentlemen, and if it looks all right, push it. Mr. Patterson also says that if the business increases to 800 lights a plant will be placed in this city. _—. wp *__t. '"^ mi jLt- w# 4-- _■--. "HP §m "lap _,_ Ik" #_- w ATTEITUI! ^"v:> y< **"; _> <c%-*"\ :he MORGAN PERFECT BUI ^ Thet cut s pat»" from your earns Church, Lodge and Society. There is talk of a E. of P: lodge at Beaverton. A Catholic church will soon be built at Coleman. The sermon Sunday morning at the Baptist church will be on "The Life of Jacob." Lecture in the evening on "Self Control." All are cordially invited. The Bang's Daughters will meet at the home of Ella Harris, on 6th street, next Thursday, the 25th. All members are requested to be present as there is lots of work. * Bev. Oetzman, who conducted a German school in Clare last summer, expects to be here again June 3 to conduct a school for several weeks, and will also conduct religious meetings' on the Sabbath. The Ladies' Union will meet next week Friday at the home of Mrs. W. D. Perrin. A special request for all members and friends to be pesent. Further explanation will be given at the meeting. The meeting last week at the parsonage was much enjoyed by* all present. The district meeting of the Epworth League will be held at Shepherd, June 2, 3 and 4. The program is an excellent one. Among other things we notice Mrs. M. D. Eaton of Glare has for a subject, "How to make the most out of the League prayer meeting." Bev. A. H. Coors discusses "Church Extenson." Local. More local on 5th page. Mrs. Barney Langtry of Mt. Pleasant visited in the city, Tuesday. Bev. Wm. Cay wood was called to McBain, Thursday, to preach*a funeral sermon, Al Louch is materially improving the appearanne of the front of his residence on 6th street. Mrs. Hinkley of Eureka, Clinton^ county, visited in this city a .few days this week with Mrs. Bristol. Mrs. Ida Johnson of Evart is* at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Sanderson, who is recovering slowly. The exterior woodwork of the Calkins is undergoing a change of color under the brush of H. Holbrook. Owen Hands of Midland has opened, a bazaar store in the old Husted building. We should be pleased to see this store succeed and become permanent. C. H. Snider has resigned his position as agent with the T. & A.. A. road and has accepted a position in the F. & P. M. freight office in this city. His successor is Mr. Allison, formerly T. & A. A. agent at Mt. Pleasant. John Giberson went to Detroit, Tuesday, as delegate from Clare lodge of the Knights of Pythias to the state meeting. He was accompanied by his son Clarke. The two will visit in Clio before returning, which will be the first of next week. A. B. Canfield has been named as postmaster at Harrison. The friends of that staunch old soldier, W. E. Aldrich, would have liked to see the office fall to him, but this is the year for Cleveland and Blountism—old soldiers and the old flag are not in it. Bev. _T. W. Perkins of Marion, for several years a resident of Harrison, died Tuesday at the age of 73 years, 1 month, 12 days. His funeral took place yesterday at Evart.' His wife survives him. He was for several years a local preacher of the M. E. church. Bring in your job work. J!- :s jeana uioa&e Patterns terns are an improvement over the Bu the fact that wetakeyour measure pattern "while you wait/5 which3 whe are run5 wiSS be correct without the, alteration re a garment from the ready. mad< is, Those wishing to- make their own gar ments will find this of inestimable value, st at 25c a yar ree of charge. f,-" %.,7 . £f'*?\ £• \ i"- '\ -"V"\ ■V- y *r —. *?"" > ' t > "'••./iV v,/ every _Jress5 uape or or upward we give you.a n •S-SJ :-__-_-__-____-?: We are sole agent for the sale of the ~s * —- -£* ."■\...,i* ■ >K;<s for CLAME CO UJ\PTY. _____ lm U' nitr r^ •va-"" ' \t..7 ••"— - -/■ -.—- -■ <••'■•*» s * . *- ^. :.AJ \'(J w S'"'\ Ss.J <o"S. -c? __t Doherty Opera I_[o_i3€>__llool-4 1^li-^^^-:-— _!_-_-—s4*^|#i ^W^0WW$W^M^f- FRESHPISH! Yes! That's just what you all can have and what yoii' all ought to have this time of year, after a long, cold Winter—a nice dish of well-cooked Fish; and, "besides, it's -tiiite a pleasure to CATCH Fish, if you>understandhow. If you do not, call on MUSSELL and he will tell you all about the Mnd of Lines, Poles, Hooks, Eeels, Flies, Bait-boxes, Fish-baskets, and all you require to be a successful fisherman. My stock is new and complete, and I will be glad to have you call and look it over. I m MitsseSi j THE DRUGGIST.
|Title||1893-05-19; Clare Sentinel (1892)|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, May 19, 1893 issue of a Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1892. In 1894, merged with The Clare Democrat and Press to form The Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press. Please note: This is not the current newspaper. It is a previous publication that had the same name.|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|