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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909.
THE CALUMET NEWa err' ri HANCOCK The Cornwall (Out.) Freeholder has the- following mention nf tint r.'i.nt wedding of W. I Trayes. now a resi dent of Mcno'.nln.i-. Tim groom 1 will known In the e-ouocr emmtrv im was his former wife. kIik Mr Trmoy I.,. ..It... I .1. I MU 1111), IM I Hi Meeting to Be Held icmorrow to I ak tliu Ham-oek Journal; il. 0. II. TO ORGANIZE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION a and Choota Official for tht riki.w. - " ninoiiiK lowii Indoor Baseball Team Eagles to afternoon of Tuesday, cut TL.U Ki: M ., 4 Ti....lu I I. ... . . Organize ineir iimw , iu.7 Night and K. of C. Will Get Busy Tomorrow. The various teams that will be re-,,1-e: i lited In the Indoor hase-hal) IriiKtie are rapidly Retting in shape-, iinil all will noon be rrady to unnouiu llirir line-upn. The. Ancient Order of Hibernians will meet on Sunday to er uanizo athhtlc aswoelal Ion, whlrh will have the supe-rvislon f urrang" merits for tho Indoor baseball team, and other athh tlc features. A strong team will bo rormed, and It Is ru mored that Haines, who was the Htar pitcher f'r tho Naval Reserves, will .lo the twirling fr the boys In gre-en this season, taking tho place of Car ney, who for a time at least, will he unable to play. Stack will bo tho iiitelier and the make-up of the team will bo nearly tho sumo as last year. The Fraternal Order of Kagle-s wiU select its team at u meeting to bo held on Tuesday evening next, and It .s expected that tho aggregation will make a good showing In tho erles of nametf to be arranged. The Catholic Order of Foresters will have u team In the league, u repo-t that was published to the contrary be ing declared by those Intt rested In the team, to be untrue. There will be a team and every effort will bo made tc have the very best that Is possible. on Sunday uftcrnoon a meeting of the Knight of Columbus tenm will be held at which time a captain and man nnor will ho clfcted and other dc-talls of organization discussed, besides which It Is probablo that the team will . -"age In a little practice. There will be a number of changes In the per sonnel, but Funkey will bo tho catch er with the Knishts, contrury reports notwithstanding. Monday evening tho Naval Reserves expect to take steps towards organ izing, the Klks have already elected tla lr olhclals, and the Light Infantry are about ready to announce their captain, players, etc. That the work of the local Indoor baseball league Is attracting attention outside of the copper country Is evl il. nt from the fact that Secretary Welch of tho National Indoor Ilasebali association has written to Secretary Madlgan for pictures and data of the local teams. Other leagues n,re being formed throughout - the-' Iron country nn4 gameH are expected during the season with Calumet. Nosaunee, Ishpemlng and Duluth ngregatlons. which with the regular schedule to begin Novem ber 2. will keep things humming in baseball circles this winter. tainmcnt. oil 1 1 ill As ii eaiicaturist. able to character with a few lleft much skill and ability, and several por traits of well known personages were very life-like. He made adawing rep resenting HooKovelt in u very few lines. "He Isn't finished," Paid the ec tuer, and added "though pome poli ticians at Washington think he s" In tin- clay modeling tho faces of Rig Rill Taft, Uncle Sam, Shakespeare, Abraham Lincoln and John Rull were depicted in a very artistic manner, the plastic material assuming the vurlous iforms very rapidly under tho cleft manipulation of the artist. The num ber was the first of tho series In tho Star entertainment course for the sea son and If tho rest are as good, the season should prove a decided success. W. F. TRACES UNITED IN MARRIAGE IN CANADA deceased, editor of "A verv unlet but pretty wedding took place on the at the home of Mrs. John McN'icol, Fourth Concession of Iancaster, whcji her daughter, Miss Margaret McNIcol. was married to W. F. Trayea of Menominee, Mich. The ceeeinony was performed by Rev. J. IT. Tanner, pastor of St. An drew's church, in the nreseiiee of friends and relatives of the bride. The bride whs becomingly attired In a gown of mauve silk and lace and was given away by her brother. Duncan McNicol. The house was beautifully decorated and the bay window, In which the young couole stood was banked and arched with barberries and ferns. Miss Sophia Maciennan ren dered Mendelssohn's wedding inarch as the bridal party entered. After the ceremony luncheon was served In the dining room, which was decorated in a most tastefully original manner with maiden hair ferns, potted plants, cut flowers, asters and carnations. The groom's gift to the bride was a pearl hoop ring. The costly presents re ceived by the young couple were of rare beauty and utility. At the station a throng of old friends and other well. wishers gathered to see Mr. and Mrs. Trayes take the train for Toronto, Chicago and other western imlntHn After an extended wedding trip they will reside In Menominee . Mich. A handsome gown of Imported English brow n broadcloth, trimmed with cut Jet buttons, was the bride's going nwav costume, with brown dome crown hat to match, trimmed with wings and Jet ornaments. The bride is a mem ber of one of Olengary's oldest fami lies, and the groom Is u newspaper man well known in the United States and Canada. lie Is managing editor of the Menominee Dally Herald-Leader and editor of the Northwestern Farmer." A PLEASING ENTERTAINMENT. Caricaturing, Clay Modeling and Land scapes by Ross Crane. The entertainment give n ttt the Ker redge the-iter last evening by Ross Cram1, under the auspices of the star e ntertainment course of the Grace. M. I!, church of Houghton, was greatly enjoyed by the large audience. Mr. Crane occupied a couple of hours most deiiuhtfully drawing caricatures, char acter sketches, a landscape or two. mode-ling heads in soft clay, and In glv ing some burle lie accompanied t.ic worn or n s na proceeds to be turned Into with a running talk of pleasing hu- athMW nior, pathos and comment, tnai aooeu - greatly to the interest of the enter- A elance w"i HANCOCK CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday service at First M. K. church will be as follows: Class meeting, 9:30; public worship, 10:30, topL "Waiting Upon God"; Sunday school 12 in.; Junior league, 2:43; Kpworth league, 6:30; evening worship, 7 o'clock, topic, "Subjugation of the World; Personal Piety." This Is the third of a .series of five sermons that are being preached on "Weoldllncss." Those who have hoard the previous sermons will bo profited by bewaring this and the concluding numbers of the series. During the following week the usual eve ning services will bo held and on Wednesday afternoon the la dles' Aid Hocicty "will hold its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. I. John Truscott. Hancock street. Congregational Church. An Illustrated lecture on mission work In Mexico, Illustrated, with ster coptlcon views, will be given at the Congregational church tomorrow even ing. Tho slides used will bo the-best that can bo secured, and we re obtained at considerable expense by Mr. Gould. Tho day will be Foreign Missions Day, and a collection for missionary pur poses will be taken nt the morninr. service, when the pastor, Rev. J. S. Gould, will preach a sermon on "What Progress in Christianizing the World?' TO PRESENT PLAY. Pupils of the Hancock high school .s in sou cay. am . i g.v- rrttnK,nK foP the presentation of ,-,e8;lue piano "t,10 Mer.i.ant of Venice," In the near led the work of his hands ,lirniHl inio ns at first contemplat ed but on account of the numerous r.n..rt!ilnmeiit of this nature In im ...mine a character wan a .ew o . ,,rospect In the city It was do touc hes of the chalk. Mr. Crane showed m i ' I ' KUitU' r,.lin nli, The Twin City Supply company will hereafter handle the deliveries of coal for the Portage Coal and Dock com pany, which has hitherto been taken care of by Thomas Coughlin. The lat ter lias disposed of his teaming In terests. ' Your cough annoys you. Keep on hacking and tearing tho delicate membrunes of your throat If you want lo be nnnoyed. Rut If you want re lief, wunt to be cured, take Chamber lalns' Cough remedy. Sold by Eagle Drug Store, Calumet , and Lnurlum Pharmacy, Laurlum. The Ladies League of St. Patrick's church will hold a meeting on Sunday afternoon, at which it Is exacted plans will b made for holding the proposed fair for tho benefit of St. Pa trick's church. The date for tho fair has not yet been announced, but the event will be a notable one and will bo one of the biggest affairs of the kind ever held in the city. At a recent meeting of the members of the Murrled and Unmaiied ladles league the fol lowing committees unci officers were elected: Married Ladles le-aguc: President Mrs. N. Canfleld. Vice president Mrs. Kd. Iao. Secretary Mrs. T. Tayn. Treasurer Mrs. J. Hontenbach. Executive committee: Hancock Mesdames, J. Hlcok, K. Herton, J. L. O.Nelll, G. Rnppe, R. J. Mnas, J. Rup- po T. Conway, K. Murphy. J. McGrath, R. Dwyer, F. Condon. R. Fltzslmmons and T. Coughlin; Qulncy Mesdame s C. o'Nicll K. Murphy, D. Harrington, .7. H. O'Neill G. Mullen, O. Ialtt and F Lang; Ripley Mrsdames J. Hurt, Jr. J. McDonald. C. Ward. II. i.ajeuness.-. 11 Slattery, J. Slattery and W. K. Ryan. The Unmarried Ladies' league ele ct ed tho following officers: President Miss Agnes Looney. Vice president Miss Mary Newman. Secretary Miss Alice M or tarty. Treasurer Miss Hannah Rourke. Executive committee: Hancock- Misses M. Scallon. M. Ruppe, J. Gau. K. Looney, K. O'Rourke, M. A. Rourk G. Carrigan, O. Carrlgan. lMia oai- rington, E. Carrigan, Margaret Har rington and K. Rourke; Qulncy Misses Annie O'Neill. N. She-ehan, R. Mc-Mahon. A. Kelly, M. ;McMahon and N. Harnett; Ripley Misses JM. Mc Donald. A. Kennedy, W. Slattery, J. Hurt, M. Slattery and A. O'Leary. SETS HIS PANTS ON FIRE. A small boy In one of the rooms of the Central Primary sc-nooi nail an experience yesterday which while more or l-ss painful to himself was rather amusing to the other children Tho vounirster slipped on tho floor and some matches that ho carried m ids nocket became Ignited. The lad began to yell and made frantlcciutches at the spot where the pain was. o, teacher," the class yelled, "Johnnys ants are on fire." Tho teacher was mial to the . occasion ami xcizmg Johnny laid him across her knees. Then she spanked him. spanked him good and vigorously, and thereby ex tinguished tho flames. elded to give the Shakespean-an play Instead, with a cast composed of high school students and several outsiders. The Hancock high se-hool football team will nlav Calumet today and should the Calumet team win Hancock would stilt bo In tho. running for the copper conn Ipv -1inmtlonHhin. Houghton would J . in this event have to me-t Calumet and If the latter should win, Hancock, Calumet and Houghton, would be tied, ninklng another series of games neces sary. PLANS FOR ANNIVERSARY. Arrangements for the celebration of the sixth anniversary of the dedioa tlon of tho Hancock Methodist Eplsco pat church will bo completed by the middle of next week. Rev. V. H. Ma" vln iha iiiiKlnr of the church, is ill communication with one or two prom inent speakers to make an address at one of the services In connection with the anniversary, and 4ther fentures are helnor nrenarod. Ono of the details will include the holding of a bazaar in the church basement by the Ladles' Aid society, which will make further preparations after Its regular meeting next Wednesday afternoon at trio home of Mrs. I. John Truscott. The observance ef the anniversary will take place about the flrt week In Novem ber. Up-to-Date Fancy Bakery Every day fresh wheat, Vienna and German rye bread. Also many kind of Cakes, Biscuits, Pies, Coffee cakes, Rolls etc. If you try once, you want them always. Croatian-Slavonian Bakery 81 3 Portland St. Near Freight Depot Calumet AD1ES MEET TO PLAN FOR ST. PATRICK'S FAIR BACK FROM ISHPEMING. Supe rintendent LaRowe of tho Han V.VV i.ulHlc schools "returned last even" Ing from Ishpemlng, where be attend d the meeting of tho Upp-r Penin sula Kdueattonal association. The ses sions of tho convention will continue today, but as the features of last even ing's and this morning's sessions con sisted of lectures by Prof. J. C barter Troop, and Prof. Waldo of Kalamazo, the? former of whom has been hoard here, and the latter-of w hom spoke at the recent teachers Institute In Calu- rrw.t Mr. LaRowe decided to return. homo as local school matters demand ed his attention. Misses Margar.i O'Leary and ollie Carrigan, who nro nl-o attending the convention, will re turn home tomorrow. WILL PREACH AT PAINESDALE. Rev. M. H. Kldred, pastor of the Pe nhi,. M. K. church, will preach to morrow evening at Palesdale at the of Cone-nil Supt. Pasooe, filling tho pulpit for R v. Mr. llewson. who Is absent attending the marriage oi m son. at which he will officiate. Dr. W. n..v of HoiiKliton will preach to morrow evening at Pewnbie for Mr. ,ir..i Tho oastor will conduct mo morning service at half past 10 o'clock. and will preach on tne sunjoci. i m- rlstian Soldier." Class meeting win at 9 a. m. and Sunday school ses- on at 2:30 p. m. iu tiilp to Sturgeon bay. Cupt. Ouodcll will be in command, und It Is likely that nevciul members of the Hancock division will to. HANCOCK BREVITIES. Repair to the boer In tin' city ha .1 have been completed and the city of ficials can now dlsehurge their du ties with some degree of comfort. It is probable that Instead of the proposed temperance meeting to b held on Sunday, Oc tober 24. being li-ld at tho Kerredge theater as contem plated, It wilt tuke place- In one of the local churches, probably the Congre gational. Mr. Rerrlck, representing tht- state Prohibitionist committee, will look Into the situation, and definite ar rangement will bo announced short ly. ' The regular weekly meeting ef the I'ewabte- Kpworth league will be held on Monday evening next, with Mrs. V. R. Mantcll as leader. The subject for the evening will bo "(Jrowth of Seed Truth." The Riblo ntudy class of the Powable M. H. church has not yet commenced holding its regular weekly meetings, but expects to do so soon. A very large claps was organized last year at the time of tho visit of Herbert Mon- Inger, and the meetings held every Saturday evening were well attended. Mr. und Mrs. William Williams r Qiincy will visit with relatives at Painesdale on Sunday. Ralph Clabattarl returned yesterday from a trip to Chicago whore ho went to purchase furniture for his new r-s-taurunt. J. H. Peterson of this city has ten dered his resignation as local manager for the International Correspondence schools of Scranton. His successor will be Paul The, who has been Mr. Peterson's assistant, and' the latter will be succeeded by M. O'SulIivan. The fire department was called out lib' nit 6 o'c lock last evening to make a run to Kast Hancock, from when, an alarm had been turned In. The alarm was a false one and there was nothing visible to require the uttenlioii of the firemen. Mini Kmma Young of West Hough-i ton has returned from Detroit, where she hpent three weeks In (Jraee hos pital,, and underwent a successful op eration. A number of Hancock Knights "f Pythias are contemplating attending the dancing party to be given at the Citizens' hank hall in Houghton by the Pythian Sisters on Tuesday evening, October 28. The Sade Te mperance society of Co burntown will give a concert at their hall on Sunday, Oct. 24. A meeting of the Italian Citizens' league will be laid on Sunday after noon at the Rouleau hall, to make ar rangements for a banquet to be held by the society In ! near future. Charles S. Mc Kinney, advance rep resentative of the company that will present "The (ilrl Question" at the Kerredge theater on Oct. 22. was In the city yesterday making arrange ments with Manager Kerredge. The next meeting of the council w ill not be held until Friday evening next. Monday would be the regular meeting date but as a special meeting would have to bo held Friday to hear ejec tions to the sidewalk assessment roll, there will bo no meeting until that time. Tho annual church supper will be served this evening by tho Ladies' Aid society of the Swedish Lutheran church in tho Kauth hall from 5 to 10 o'clock. The-re will also bo a musical and literary program after the suppe r, with an address bv Rev. C. o. Lund- lulst of Minneapolis. Rev. Lundquist will preach at the Swedish Lutheran church tomorrow evening. Secretary Madlgan of the Indoor baseball league has received from Secretary Welch of tin- National In iloor Raseball association a request for portraits and data of the local teams. Tommy Verran, formerly employed at the Scott hotel, has taken a position at the new cigar store of Rock & Co.. in the Msher building. A special meeting of the Columbia Temple of Honor at Quiney takes place this afternoon, at which six candidate will be Initiated. The regular meeting will take place next Tuesday evening, and at this meeting the annual elec tion of the officers of Columbia tem ple- ami also of the Junior temple will be held. Alois Myers, who has been spending :i couple of days visiting with relative.' and frit nds in Hancock, returned last everting to Duluth, where ho Is con nected with tile police force. The funeral of Andr-w Oustafson, who died yesterday morning, will be held Sunday afternoon, with service at th- Swedish Lutheran church and Interment in the Lakeside evmetr-ry. The remains of the late Kd. Sulli van arrived here last evening and ar rangments for the funeral are n iw be ing made. The burial will tak pla-e either Sunday afterrioon or Monday morning, with sorvh-es at St. Patrick's church and interment in the old cemetery. STELZLE HOLDS THE RECORD. Minister Who Speaks Hers Sunday Hat Addressed Many Working Men. Rev. Charles Stelzle. superintendent of the Pn-sbytcrlan 'department of Church ami Labor, who speaks at the Calumet theater Sunday afternoon un der the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. not only holds the record for groat work- lngmon's mass meetings, but bo also directs noon-day shop campaigns In the larger cities which have bee n un equalled by anyone e lse. In six cities during sixty days under his direction Health Demands that the bowels be kept regu lar. Neglect means sickness. Sluggish bowels are quickly regulated by Beecliam! s s Sold Evarywher. In bosai 10c. uJ 25c &00 preachers entered 40 shops and conducted l.O(M) meetings, addressing 2r0,0)0 wirklngmen. Something Hk three years ago he inaugurated th plan of the exchange of fraternal del egates between capital labor union ami ministers' associations. This plci is now in operation in 123 cities throughout the Cnited Slates, and then- an- nearly 2"' ministers who regularly attend meetings of central labor unions, thus practically becom ing chaplains of organic d labor m their i ommunitb s. To g-t t.. omploy r and employee together upon Christian basis in labor eonl'ei dices is anoine-r plan which lias been Fueces fully worke d out und. r Mr. Stclzb-'s direction. For several years he 1ns had e hargo of tho Church and Lab ir discussions at the gre-at summer con ferences for ministers e.f all denom inations, which are hld in various parts e.f lh country. Enjoyed Mis worK. The late Charles A. Dana was AS busy in old age as when a younR man. He was at his desk up to his last ill ness "How can you stand the infernal grind?" he was asked. 'Grind!' h exclaimed. "I have nothing but fun. be YANTIC SAILS TOMORROW. Orders have been received by Cupt. oode-H of the Yantle to have tho ship leave at noon tonmrrow tor uouem. here she will go v into dry dock for repairs, remaining all winter, and cturnlng to Hanceick In the spring, everal of the members of the second division of Kscanaba, who were unable to take part In the annual cruise held last August will arrive In Hancock to morrow, and will help navigate the Hoarseness In a child subject to croun Is a uro Indication of the ap proach of the dlseu.se. If Chamber lain's Cough Remedy Is given at once or even after the croupy cough has ap peared, it will prevent tho attack. Contains no poison. Sold by Kagle Drug Store, Calumet, and Laurlum Pharmacy, Lnurium. Superior Trust Company Hancock, Mich. Capital $150,000 This company Is undor the rupenlslon of ths state hank ing department and la author ised by law to act at executor, , administrator, guardian, Klznee, racelver or trust, C. A. Wright, President, Jacob Beer, Treasurer, M. C Getchelf, 8eo'etary. VERTIN BRO CLOAK, SUIT AND FUR DEPARTMENT . Winter Clothes for Women and Children are Jhe order of the day. Ready and waiting for you here are the smartest of Coats, Suits a d "Furs in the greatest variety we've ever shown. Furs You will be surprised to see the values we are giving and the great assortment we are showing in popular Furs. Made by the most reliable Furriers and guaranteed to give best of satisfsction. Single pieces from $2-50 up to $45.00 Our collection of sets from $10 to $35. is immense. Tailored Suits "In order to appreciate the value we are giving you should see our Suits and get our prices. Styles and tailoring the very best that money can buy and we are giving you such bargains that you cannot afford to pass them up. Special reduction on all suits. Skirts You should see our line of skirts for a tailored skirt there is absolutely nothing to compare with a Macpherson and Langford Make. Style, Mater ial and workmanship are up to the very highest class. We also show a great line of Dress skirts from $5.00 to $18.50 We have just received a lot of black skirts worth $8.50 to sell for $6.50 Fur Jackets and Coats In all lengths from 24 inch to 54 inch in all popular Furs Such as Delaware Otter, River Mink, Near Seal, Krimmer, Beaver. Hudson Seal and the very popular Russian pony, we guarantee every fur garment we sell. Coats for Women and Children The best coat on the market today are the Redfern make instead of spending thousands of dollars in magazine advertising the Redfern let the great values they are giving do their advertising. We carry a splendid assortement of Redfern coats. Shawls Double or single in various shades of Grays, Browns and Black, with fancy borders or plain at prices trom $2.00 to $10.00 Petticoats The Elite glove fitting adjustable band petti coat is essential on account of its perfect fit around waist and hips. We show a big line of them in Sateen, Heatherbloom Lnd silk, prices ranging from $1.25 to $9.50 Sweaters Ladies, Misses and Children Sweaters at pric es from 00oto$5.O0 Our $3.50 Ladies Sweater is absolutely the best we have ever seen for the money. Waists ! Waists ! You should see our line of silk and Nett waists, the greatest line of pretty, stylish waists we have ever shown. All the new shades as well as brown and navy. Prices trom $2.75 to $T,50 D v. W M 1