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Delegates to the Coun ty Convention Chos en Last Night. Hv the islam ft Ittpubllciin. rluirlea rer th Hl( Bfrrrle yitrt fcaturdar Nexl-Ter Tl t !letroplltu llc. The republican township ca :cu of the forty-four delejaten chowen at the pri roariea Wednesday evening wa held in thel'alumet School Hall latevening. Iu the abenee of the township chairman. Secretary J. X. Cox. of the townabip coro mittee. called the meeting to order and an organiiation effected with Col. F. 13. Lyon an chairman, A. W. Kerr aa secre tary and O. J. Larnon a aitant secre tary. Ht fore tbit. Col. Cox read the call, which waa that the caucui wan for the purpose of electing twenty-four delegate to attend the republican county conven tion, which moot at Hanoock tomorrow afternoon. Mean. Joepn Will and Victor Kog Htroiu were appointed teller, and a com mittee confuting of William Newton, Chrint Schenk and George I'nsworth wa appointed on credential. Thev reported the delegates entitled to aeata who were elected at the precinct caucuses. balloting waa then commenced, with the following reult, the first twenty four being the delegates chosen: JiMih Will 4.1 Pan McAulev. iior9 Hrirf tot... t-i Charles Ala 4.' J. Larmin 41 William Hill 44 K.1 I ltb... J. !. Dviii.K.k Henry "Kittl i hoiiias xnlily . .. Jutm-ft I'biliipA . A. J. L'n V. V. t.ujtirom Sam JeTry A. W. Kerr :c liota-rt tlalt 31 W.J. Anoentoti 31 T. E. Kurgan 31 Jobn M. Ueurire 31 W. A. Hatenian John Hutnon K. It. Kichanl U John Morv'an 22 Ueor;e l'n.worth...i; 3J Charloi MclhtnaM.. l' lur Hlumt-nihal.... 1 John .Nicbola .. 1.) John Ga-fwrrttih .. f-tfen KttTivUch. 7 l'i Waiter Uenwick 3 John ri-izy 3 I. B. Lyn 3 Frank O:on Wiuiam Newton Kdwartl Jatne .. Henry Vomer. .. kmil Sohmeu'er J II . Johniun. .. I hrit cb na Jme I.wa .. 9 Juon I'hi..i; V Anton Htcca 1 The caucus u largely attended by in terested spectator, including several can didate, and Menera.W. E. (iray and J.F. Hamhitzer, both candidates tor the nom ination tor the jodge of probate, were called upon for speeches, which they made. Messrs. John Duncan, chairman; Fred Mackenzie, Math Sailor, VA riseth, l'aul Uoehm, U. J. Larson and Jam Cb.vnoweth were appointed as the repub lican township committee for the next two vear. The Ulerele Sleet. Cu tries for the bicycle meet to be held at the Athletic park Saturday under the auspices of the Columbian cycling club closed last evening. Following is a com plete list: I.N b.-MILK NOVltK. Curl, ID; Crago, 2; Lowe, 20; Frimodig, 22; lirown, 1G; llarrett, 7. O.NK-FIKTll M1M ILI I. First Heat Davey, 21; Distel, '., Mray, I; Harris, 15. Second Heat Monroe, 10; Carter, 17; Morgan, l. ONE-HrTH MU.K OI'KN. First Heat I'hegwidden, 14; Crawford, i:j; Wilines, 11. Second Heat Leary, .; Collins, 1; Bar rett, 7. I ll Til MIl.E USALi LI 11. First and second of each heat. t IKTH MILK FINAL OPEN. First and second of each heat. f ARTE R-MILL TLfl!. First heat Mon-oe, 10. Davey, 21; Distel, G. Second Heat Itray, i; Morgan, S; Car ter. 17; Harris, 15. Mt 'AfiTEK-MILE OI'KN. First Heat-Leary. T,, Crawford, l.'J. l'.nrrett, 7: Burrows, 8. Second Heat Collins, 1; Wilmes, 11; C hegwidden, 14. WrATER-MII.E FINAL i LI II. First and second of each beat. Ul ARTF.H MILE FINAL OPEN. First and second of each heat. HALF-MILE LflJ. First Heat Monroe, 10; liray, 4; Mor gan, 1; Chapman, 22; Sanders", 11. Second Heat Davey, 21; Carter. 17; Harris, 15; Distel, 0. HALF-MILK, OI'KN. First Heat Leary, 5; Chegwidden, 14; Collins, 1. Second Heat Wilmes, 11; Crawford, l'i; i'.arrett, 7. 50-VAKII WLt)W It ACL. Durey, 21; Curl, 10; A. .1. Davey, P.; Monroe. 10. HALF-MILK f IN At H H. First and second of each heat. HALF-MILE 1 1 VAL OPEN. First and second of each heat. .mile Llll. First Heat Davey, 21; Bray. 4; Chap man, 2.T. Morgan, 1M; Harris, 15. Second Heat Monroe, 10; Carter, 17; Distel, J, Sanders, a. MILE OPEN. First Hent I'.arrett, 7; Cliegwidden, 14; I'.urrows, H; (killins, 1. Second Heat Wilmes, 11; Crawford, la: Iieary, 5. MILE MNAL LtU. MILE FINAL OPEN. MILK BOYS' HA( E. (l.nder 10 years.) Sanders, 3; Knight, 12; J. Harris, 15. FIVE- MILK 4'l.ru. Chapman, 2.1; Carter, 17; Monroe, 10 Davey, 21; Distel, 0; IJray, 4; Morgan, Sanders, .'1; Harm, 15. FIVE- MILK OPEN. Uary, 5; Collins, 1; Barrett. 7; Wilmes, FIVE-MILK OPEN. (Faced by Ziehrand Kohlhaa on tan dem.) Collins, 1; Leary, 5; Wilmes' 11. Mr. Tomama is a graduate of Albion col lege and has alwaya been n great stu dent. The subject of their lecture this evening ia "The Political and Social iHs partment of Japan." Mr. Kipuchl will take the political and Mr. Tomama the social aide of this interesting subject. The costumes, manners, life in Japan and the great China-Japan war will also come in during the entertainment. To make the lecture even more instructive and entertaining over 100 fine stereopti con view will be shown. The lecturers will be attired in native costumes. The Smith-Wallace shoe company, of which the late Ira 0. Wnitney was rep resentative la this district, has sent out the following to the different firm with whom tbey do business: CmcAt.o. September 14, 190. It ia our pniulul duty to iufortu you of the sudden and untimely death of our representative and mutual friend. Mr. Ira 0. Whitney, at Houghton. Michigan, Fridav, the lltn day tt September, lS'Jo." Certainly all will deeply regret the sad ending of a long and iif,il career. Mr. Whitney was an honorable and high minded man. always naring a care for the welfare and happiness of others, and we feel sure your sympathy willgo out to his family in their sad bereure ment. B-vje:f fully yours, Sm1TII-Y ALL.U K SlIOK C. The editor, who knew Mr. Wbitney for very many years, feels that Mr. Whitney fully deserved all that is saiu about him in the above letter and which statement will be endorsed by all with whom the deceased had any transaction. II sa Plewtvwf .er. John Pakkala. the man who waa run over by the cars last Monday afternoou, vasoneuftbe strongest patients that has been at the Calumet hospital tor many a day. After haying his arm am putated at the shoulder, he was able to get up and walk down a iligbt of stairs to the ambul ince and refused any assis tance. Jobn has had a remarkable time of life and considers himself fortunate that he never was injured before. He ia a veteran of the Finnish division of the Kussian army, which fought in the Tur kish war and says be has seen thousands of hia fellow soldiers sbot down but was never hit himself. Since he has been here be baa worked for twelve years under ground and never received a scratch. It seems be was remarkibg about his won derful good fortuue just two days before the accident, which makes the story all the more interesting. 4ooil I.ooWIdz Pace are made to look ugly by unsightly blemishes. uterfluou4 hairs, moles, warts, scars, red spots, moth patches, biriumarks, pimples, blackheads, freckles, liver spots, and other excrescences. Dr. McOmber, the pfcialist, is removing all blemishes by a painless process. Xo knife, noacid.no cauttic, no scar. A Iarg number of ladies of this county have taken advuntoge of this golden oppor tunity. Tne doctor is at tbe Buttertield house, Lake Linden, but will remain only until Friday evening, lie will be at Xew Jewell Lou e, II-d Jacket, Saturday and Sunday, S-itemler l'J and 20, If in any way atllicttd go and have a talk with this noted physician. See advertisment in this issue. Calumet was the seat of u red hot po litical fiht nearly all day today and can didates were nus.v looking up delegate, and delegates had about all their time. occupied in attending to candidates. Messrs. Richards'in and (iray, candidates for probate jude, were ia town all day and Mr. Hittnbitzer wiis her last even- ng, but returned to Houghton on the early morning train. Xow that Messrs. Light and Ficbtel are out for register of deeds the campaign for that olli.-e as- jmes an entirely different complextion. Much will binge on tht Calumet delega- ion at tomorrow's convention in Han cock. Conductor Fred Lean, of the Min eral Uange, is off duty tolay and Jomeph FrfeN is attending to the work. Leetnre Tlils3 Kvenlac Messrs. T. Kipuchl, LL. M , and T. J. Tomama, A. B., both Japanese students, will give a lecture at the Calumet M. C church this evening under the auspices of the Fportb League of that church Mr. Kipuchl ia a graduate in tht law de partment of the University of Michigan sncj hac practice law In Japan, while John Fakkala, the man who waa 'run over on the Uecla & Torek Lake switch track Monday afternoon and who baa been at the Calumet hospital since, waa removed to the Tamarack hospital yes terday afternoon. He ia employed by the Tamarack company and, aa he waa getting along very nicely, It was thought better to remove him to their hospital. . The officers aa well aa the building committee of the Calumet Y. M. C. A. are requested to meet with the architect to night at 8:30 at the reading room. It ia the desire of the president to meet the committee at n o'clock ao as to talk cer tain matters over, and come to a thor ough understanding before the arrival ot the architect, Miss Bee Ferguson arrived here Wed nesday afternoon aud baa taken a posi tion as milliner in Yertin Bros.' empor ium. M s Ferguson is a first-class milli ner and thoroughly acqtiaiotd with the latest styles of ladies headgear and is certain to bold the trade in that line that this firm has built up. The dry house at the Tecumseh mine caught fire about l o'clock last evening and burnt d to the ground, along with a lot of miners' clothing which waa in the building. The origin of the fire ia a mys tery and it was impossible to get aid from the fire departments in time to save the building. Notice. Hosking & Co. have purchased the pro d uct of a bankrupt hosierv factory and will conduct on Saturday and next week, a special hosiery sale, at greatly reJuced prices. Look in the window and see the line. Xone to be sold until Saturday. Mr. Albert Mitchell, of Marquette, who has been visiting frienda here for the past few days, left on the morning train for home. Mr. Mitchell waa a sergeant in the old Marquette militia company and well known to most ot the members of the local company. Services will be held at the Calumet Shool Hall on Friday and Saturday eve nings at 7:-'J0. and on Sunday evening at 10 a. m, 3 p. ru. and 7:30 p. m., presided over by ministers of the Swedish mission churches. All Scandinavians are cord ially invited to attend. The Johnson-Smiley combination one week from tonight. Seats on sale at Fichtel's at 7:30 tonight. Be on time; get a good seat; a rare entertainment; something unique; something comical; beats ant thing you ever saw or heard. Don't miss it. Culnau A Nibllsky Are showing a stong line of Black and fancy silks, black and novelty dress good and the largest stock ot walking hats and shanters in Houghton county. Call on them or write for samples and prices. . republican caucus, to elect delegates to attend the convention tomorrow afternoon, was held at Osceola last eve ning and W. F. Parnall, Richard Ed wards, R. J. Collins, Johnson Yivian, Jr., and Jos-pb Snell were elected delegates. Hi- Another aixltttttte for ltrsiiter of Deeds Mr. Joseph C. Light, of Laurium, winh- es the News to announce that at the re quest of many friends he has decided to place bis name before the county conven tion and ask for the nomination of regis ter of deeds. Mr. Light was born in Wis consin and is well known tothecommun- ty at large having lived in Ontonagon and Houghton counties nearly all his life where he has held positions of trust, hav- ng been a clerk in the oilice of the Calu met and Hecla mining company and bookkeeper at the II eel a und Tamarack stores. Mr. Light trusts bis friends will rally round him at the convention tomorrow. Mr. Jobn Sweet arrived home last night from conference at Flint and will move his family to Owosso, his new pas torate, the latter part of the week. The Rev. Kerridge will arrive here ' from Owosso in time to deliver bis first sermon on Sunday, the 27th inst. The Rey. C. S. Eastman did not come back from con ference but intended going on to Monroe, bis next pastorate. Mrs. Eastman will leave for,that place in a tew days. Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Frnxee, of Tamarack, will visit friends below before returning. Invitations are out for a social hop to be given under the auspices of Company B, Hibernian R.fles, at theCalumet Light Guard Armory, on Friday eveirng, Sep tember 25. Committees havinir the af fair in charge are already at work and every arrangement will be made to make the affair a pleasant social dance. Kar- keet's Ideal orchestra has been engaged to furnish music for the event and they win prepare a program which will in clude a large number of new selections. The first gun ot the campaign will tie nred at the 0era House tomorro night, when Messrs. KHKh nnd Whitimr. candidates for governor and lieutenant governor, will address the voters on the money question. The Red Jacket band will be ia attendance. Both gentlemen are said to be able speakers and will pro- Damy be greeted, with a large audience. ill . I M I 1 W Having Sfwalaen Don't care what tbey eat or drink. But people with good sound judgment, like you, dear reader, should always try and have fie best. Should you want a pure and refreshing drink, yon make no mistake in ordering the Superior Stock beer of the Bosch Brewing Co. Being about to remove from Calumet I shall be glad to dispose of my house hold furniture, etc., which includes a New Home sewing machine and a Whiting organ. joiin veet. M. E. Parsonage, Calumet. Another Candidate. Mr. Adolph Isler wishes us to announce that he is a candidate for the nomina tion of judge of probate and trusts bis friends will remember that fact tomor row at the convention. Malts and Overcoats. How about that fall suit and overcoat you have been thinking of? You had bet ter call at once and look over our samples and prices and leave your order with Culnan & Sibilsky. Cloaks. It is none to early too select yout fall and winter gsrment. Remember onr line H up to date and prices right. CULNAN & SmiLSKV. Mr. D. W. McDevitt, the book man, has arrived bere and opened np with a com plete stock in Peter Bauer's building, at No. 205 Fifth street. He will conduct a big sale of books while in the city. Word received from Will Wills, who left here a short time ago and went to (ieorgla with a party of miners, says they are all more, than pl ad with the place and the prospects. Ths Leader. Our Pingree shoes for ladies and gen tlemcn are the best value in the market ClXNAlf & SlItlLSRV. Mr. II. A. Heath, a Chicago grocery man, left this morning for lower points, to make a complete tour of Keweena county. Mr. James M. Merton, of the C. A II engineering corp. left at noon for Color. ado Springs, on a month's vacation. Stewart Heaters A iv jriving universal satisfaction and making frit-nils daily. Why? They embody all the practical up-to-Uate miprovcmcins in Htove construction; are Neat, Durable, Economical on Fuel and Powerful Heaters. You will iintl our prices interesting. Sold on easy Urins. with liliernl discount for spot casli. CARLTON HARDWARE CO. HAT .TTM wyp HOUGrHTON BEN'HUR f It T llraanmnnA f XnYi'urn ti nnuor. ger agent of the iVabash railroad, who has been here the past few days on busi ness, left on the morning train for Mar quette. Pereons wishing to be able to converse in French should take advantage of Mr. Herla's proposition, which appears n the second page. Mr. Sibilsky, ot lagle River, was in town today on his way to Duluth, wbeie be will visit friends or a week or so. The nicest line of- ladies' and misses' jackets and capes efcr shown is at Hoi king & Co.'s Pricel way down. The best place to buy underwear, over coats aud clothing at right prices is at Ilosking Co.'s. i Mr. J. K. Richardson, of the Marquette carriage works, is in Calumet on his reg ular trip. Wanted A good girl forgeneral house work. Apply at 23G7 A. street, Ra.vm- bnultown. Additional local news will be found on the second and third pages ot today's Issue. Men are at work remodeling the rear end ot Wills' store on Fifth street. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold A. Miller have re turned from a trip to Lnicago. Dress goods and trimmings of all styles at Ilosking & Co.'s. Choicest line of boots, shoes and caps at Hosking & Co.'s. Henry IMoy returned last evening from a trip to Dulutb. Choicest line of earpets in town at Hoc king ft Co.'s. Carpets made and laid by Ilosking & Co.. Vocabulary Of Ooo Word. "I shall never forgot my first visit to Madrid," said a Woman to the New York Sun man. "Ijwas the only mem ber of our party who knew any Spanish, and I knew but one word, that being leche' milk. But by means of gostnrcs we managod to get along nntil break fast was served. Then, as lack would have it, the maid 'brought my coffee without any milk, and also, as luck would have it, I promptly forgot the one word of Spanish that I knew, and which of all words waa the one . most wanted at that moment This time neither gesture nor yelling was of any avail ; so, at last, in desperation, I seized a piece of paper and a pencil and drew a picture of a cow. Whereupon the maid tripped off and came bock with threo tickets to the ball fight. " The English language is spoken by only about 125,000,000 persons, while the Chinese is spoken by over 400,000, 000. The first love and the first shave are two things that only happen once In a nan's life time, An Kuglish paper journal cays that the invention of envelopes in within the memory of middle aged persons, and was tho result of a Drighron, lhiglaud, stutioner's endeavor to make his store look attractive. He took a fancy for or namenting his Eton1 windows with high piles of paper, graduated from the lar gest to the Miiallest size in use. To bring his pyrrid to a point lio cut cardboard into very minute squares. Ladies took these cards to lie small sized note paper, and voted it "perfectly lovely." So great was the demand that the stationer found it desirable to eut paper the size so much admired. Dut there was ono difficulty the little notes were so small that when folded there was no spune for address; so after some thought tho idea of an envelope pierrtd the Mat knur's brain. He had them cut by a metal plate, and soon, so great was the de mand, he commissioned a dozen houses to manufacture them for him. From such small beginnings cume this impor tant branch of tho stationery busiuoss. SOI.MO. TIIK 1 lKKT.KKIt 1'ractlcnl RmliHlmpr and Funersl Direc tor. Established In ISTft. Heett Btraet. Ked Jacket. Telephone oervlce. All night call promutlv attended to. IIIKTIIM. II ALL-On tho 14th inst., the wife ef Mr. CliHrle Hall, of a daughter. IIAKKINOTON On tho IMh inst., tho wife of Mr. John llarrlnston. nf a mm DK F1LLIPI n the Itlth Inn., the wlfo of air. uomlnlo lo rhlllipl, of a son. LOIIliK flEKTlNOH Hoi of Calumttt Section. No. 1 Junior Ti'in- ploof Honor, will have six-vtal tuinine to transact at Its mooting-next Thursday evening ami all members sre requested to be In atten- hsimn;. HI OKDr.K. There will bo a regular meeting of Calunn-t Lodge. No. 271. F. ft A. M.. at their Indirn mom on Thursday evening, next. A full attend ance in requested JOHN NEKTON. W. M. L. W. K 1LI.M A R, Secretary. ' There will le a meeting of Red Jacket Lodge No. 13li. AO. V. V., held In their hall next Thursday evening at 7:3u o'clock. It In neces sary for all members to attend as there Is bus iness of much Importance to be transacted and work In the first and second degrees MICHAEL IHCE3NAHAN, M. W. W. W. ELLIS, lieooruer. l!Tiila.,.ll..n( IT-I T No. 4S, Hal unlay evening, Septemlter ). All un uiutTi rcMjutrtiieu ii nm'nn. W. C. ROWLING, Rec. There will ties special meeting of the Junior Sons of St. Ueoree on Saturday afternoon at o'clock sharp, Business of lmtortancc to te transacted. There will be s regular meeting of Teutonic Lodge, No. 3, O. I. II. S., on Sunday afternoon Hcpteislier20, when a full attendance is re quested as there will tm work In tho lultia- t0(vV J.ARNI)T.SecETEU, Z,B,,U- N4 IIOOI.M OPKX l MKI'TKMIIKIt How Are Yea Fixed for Hehool ftho for Children T tiring j onr ehildren to the flee Illve shoe More, where special atten tion In paid to children's shoes). A flrt-clas)N line f Hoy,' Me and C hildren's shoes, n all stjle. Kangaroo, Calf and Oil iraln. The eheapest plaec In town for a re. liable shoe. Kvery pair I- warranted to wear like Meel. Once wore, al. ways worn. KVA TIIOM.tM, Hforth Main Htrrr tHed Jacket,. FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR, Ladies' Wrappers. DARK FEINTS, Wvll lined. In assorted patterns. A bargain, 97c. BETTER DUALITY Than above, well made, largo sleeves and braid ed. All good design. Si s, It" to 43. $123, WRAPPER, Made or Vicuna cloth. I all styles. Sailor col lar. N'tcely trimmed. A big seller. $1,46. I 1 iBASNIS BBSNO A MOST STILISH $1,70, A SWELL AFFAIR. LIW cut. MsiIr right in ever, Kxcflletit pattern, U $134 OUR BEST, Persian c(rect,3: around Imiikmi, j, ' ' neletiebatk. Pattern, aHM.rtl Any A bargHiu at $2,43, Ladies' Underwear Department. t'afhinere 1110. RlblMMl Vests lllack Knuestrlan Tights jwool). . ...2V "nelta" Wsl Combination Suits ... 4!H? White Wool Riblwd Vests ....".'to Natural Wool Vents 1144 . ia J. VIVIAN, JR. &, CO., Laurium. rifure. tains in h All High rade. One thing is certain better furniture of serviceable quality has never been presented. It is all first-class; nothing shop-worn; all fresh, beautiful, built to wear; everything in the store of the latest design yours at a heavy discount. A word to you is sufficient. Callat Olson's Furniture Store, Soott Street 0 c EVERY .A.T Edward Ryan's Store. Ladies' Fedora Hats, Children's and Misses' Caps. Yarns and Dress Goods. We have the exclusive rale for Prestley's Celebrated Blacks, Call nnd inspect our -:Furniture Department:- We carr.v a large nnl varied aHsortuient of everything in the furniture line. EDWARD R-5Tjft.1T. Our Regular Reduction Sale Han been in lironrew.; we have been nnd will continue for a few week longer offering the very iineHt grade of clothing that ia produced anywhere at prices that must move it priceB that have been moving it at a hot pace for tlie last three week pricen that you honetly can't afford to tniHH. In addition to thi, we include at ppecial priccH a few thingn you'll Burely need. $1 C Q. t;4.0 That's what they Hold for and (ts ( Cfl 1 O OUltO thev W9r9 we" worth it. vpt-'v Now they are $12 Suits And good nellem at that. (So in the reduction Hale at $8 Suits In four different tylen. A beau tiful uit for f 8. Now they are only $7.75 $5.00 Jacob Gartner. Radiant-:- Home ...Stoves and Ranges Are the best on earth and are recommended by Five Hundred housewives who have used them daily. They burn any kind of fuel, but being made in a hard coal section of the coun try, are particularly adapted to its use. FRANK B. LYON.