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THE CALUMET NEW& V: t v., ' "1 ; V "1l 1 lllE CALUMKT XKWS. Founded 1230. Daily Except Sunday. Tiiblikhcd By The MINING GAZETTE COMPANY AI CALLMCr. MICHIGAN. W. M. IYON. 'j strength as thy. t-ut.tipult.'U hs on an that the cficruetic, itKrcsslve catnoal: he v. !! conduct will xv lilm Hu- nm ni.iUoii, M W. YOtiNCS tditor TELEPHONES. Calumet. Business OMce 209 Editor Ul Rooms HANCOCK OFFICE. Elka' Temple. Phone , .Si: HOUGHTON OFFICE. Pott Ofio Block. Pkcne , It TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! By Mail or Carrier. Per year (In advance) 15-0) Per year (nut In advance) 6.0) Per month &0 Pinele Issue OS Compla.mt of Irtogularity In dcl'.v- r will receive proa'pt and thoroufh investigation. Old subscribers wishing to changt their addresses must furnish old a well a new addressei In eich Instance. New subscriptions may be ordered by telephone, mail or carrier, tr person at t'u oompany'a of flee. Publication and Printing Office, Fifth Street, Calumet, Michigan. lit Entered at the Post Office at Calumet, Michigan, as Second Class Mall Hatter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909. CHASE S. OSBORN A CANDIDATE. Tlic News t.iU. Kr at pleasure to day ill aliliuiiiK ni t!i' c.i inl iila cy of Jlmi. rii.i,. S. n.-l'i.in i.f S.i lilt St.. .M.iih . t. r tin- ii m,I.u ;iii n iii in.tt i -il Jor k rii'ir. Tin' .' s i-; cniili'li lit Dial thi-i aiiiii'ini''' nil lit will iiieetuith instant favor Mr. ( il.i .i n s tili inls ami a.luiii'eis in the n . r country, an.l thiit thi ii- will In- a cu .. rt' .l ll' .it. in:nk' i with nU!'!si. ism, t' jiiiinrt his :i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,i j- at tin- pri mary ! i-tiuii in t t ill. Mr. I'j-li.iil) U p...ular witli tin.- in.i-i-i s alel liir.'iU'hiMil t!..' I- 'iL'th .in. I !m iolili "f tllti M.it,' We In Ii. Vi- I, is elilry into lh l- II lo li.i t T i;i I i, iir will eteale Ill, In si ul' f. fliim anion:; Imth !',n ti'.ns of 1 1 1 l I'lil.li.iiM party. "i .- In a 11. Ilirnioiiy an. I a N i w l. a!" will tin- sl.-yan of tin' Si. ii in in s ;iim r. nts. iiii.l iin I. . an hi. m stly .i i n.-ay that all thr 'hit in M icliUati. Miehii;. SENATORS BV . DIRECT VOTE. 'Vhiikivh. bliall, on uiilli atlon of the legislatures of two-thinU of th htatrs. tall h convention f r proposing am. mliiK tits t tho constitution." Thi provision of tho federal charter Is to he Invoked at the ci'tnins tension. cordini; to rcoit all ta imanai from Oklahoma, in unUt to eciirc th Mil'in::'sioli t thi- utati-s by cotinrcisn o an amendment providing for the elcc lion of l'nltv.1 States Miiatorn by li net vote of tho io;Jc. "Summer, stair Washington coi respondent of tb rhiiMKo lleeonl-JhraliJ, is authority for the statement that thirty-one the forty-six atatc legislatures Just the le.iii'riil number "have already rarrinl out the spirit of the preset. he i all, though some lpay not have, ad h. red to iis st riit Ii-tte'r." The follow in twenty-six states, however. lia I 'll.' so av'eorditij,' to this authority ihhoiifch many of tin m have Inelud i sp'.'eial reUi st for sulmi ission of the senatorial ameinlimnt as well as for ihe t-ii II inir of a convention: Arkansas, Minnesota, I'tali. Kansas exas, Illinois, Indiana. Soutli" Dakota Idaho, Washington,. North Carolina w Tennessee, Montana, Nevada, Wiscon sin. Missouri. Iowa. Mlehinan, (ir.'jinn, .ouisiaiia. Colorado. Kentucky, l'.-nn ylsaiiia. Nebraska, (klah.oma, New v. ai'- lint in n. i ils ( is!. ni I, .ho r....t In tilled p assuini "t .-t it. . His ii. ore to brill:; ; I. publican rank ." hi. of the 1 vs .Al ly ci I y. u a I'a vnfili s, tl u-e In- is, w ith a II i r can. 1:. lap s. l.e.-l liar-..- of ; t - affairs 1 1 1 1 1; 1 1 1 ' II woi.ld do ut harmony in 1 1 1 i-ciin nt th-- ii i' nd iiiiis..!as, and ive other Hull. ma n. in. III n th II. s N. I) al, t .Ma h siilin in,. a lid - II lit pol, born 1 out il'i I I.,- w- I. i van, !' puhlicM of ib in tin I v. r p.,rt ' tlie strait.'. Mr. nt. ma '.-ii, t ;, ,. r-, ,ia I xp. I t MlO'A l.'.h'..- of l'i- ripe and t!,,.ii,'i-ii ;.. ability his a!.,, d in ah 1 p. opl.-'s L-., I t I t, I' I . . .-i.b ''ation with no of any oMld. in l which body in rat. re slat.' in' ni IV. public a o'l'il . p'1'1' I'l his sound .1 n; -t'-e-S. I all ah a I X. nor. M r. Ibis ;i,',. II" has h- 1 I he other 11 VI' States counted f k" up the thirty-one Alabam.i, Cal I'ornia Ohio. North Oakota and "Wyo ming -have simplv reauested congress submit an amendm. nt for tho direct lection of senators, but have Dot call- 1 for th,. summoning of a convcii- loii; so it may well bo churned that. chni. ally, the constitutional require ment has lot let been complied with. ds point, however, is one fir i'on- uress itsdf to deci.l. and by a ma- rity vote in each house, it Is claimed and it is around this question, by means nt a joint resolution for calling constitutional convention, that the is- is expiated to bo raised ;tt the mini; s. ssion. Four times has the house bv the qtlisite two-thirds Vote adopted a lint resolution for submission .f the irei t -cleel ion a in. ndiion t. but lo ver is such a resolution passed the s.-n- W hat w ill result from raising the in its new form remains to ! Seen. The first states of tho thirty-one liaxini; ano ii, luii nt resolulions on lib' In Washington are Idaho and Wyom iti. in Ohio followed in lvi: while the latest state to act is Ala bama, at its recent legislative session, which ratified the income tax amend ment. It seems to be the hope and Wisii or movers In the matter to se ine tlie submission by congress di rect of the senatorial amendment rath er than the culling of a conttitut ional convention which, it is claimed, would hav (ul! power, nnrn- irt- session,- to submit any amendments it Khould see fit. The Y.M.CA. and Boys of Community Paper Read by Secretary Westermann of the Y. M. C. A. at Recent Boys' Conference O'troit. Detroit, DETROIT! Pittsburg's it's also tim- turn to win to.i?n to turn the tables. but Isn't there anything more brought up to disparage i !e that Cook did? that can "tiuthli'i; I !l ' ti ll. It th, - t ea hto th, III. I I S v e In lias w a it. d in." i-P Hi has I l,:s , . p.arl.-r "f t!,, ,-!;, loi.-. r n laaiti s I I I. Mb ii i Ins aloii" eatid.da. y. him from 111 1 1 ) ! I I P r coi, rni didil" ha-i will hae .. is lb" Upp and tli.it h with a ma j i mil In -ion. in II lc I I t.ntil salis- aln.-d Inn. Cn " kirn; such ,ii;li until ca ib d. a.".d .1, 1,' - a. from . . t". that b could t. I', t-otial ;, tn - Mr. ii-I, otii. t is a 'il.. n Ibal lo anu a,,,, ,. .,- I" p,,l,., j,, ),, in Miehii'an uiv- I'll and li'w.-i.l- l.iiu a -i a tiiii f.H'l e id. hi la li'u.-u.' s,i.,i.. Mr :,born r p' liinsula's favorite Kon Will A I'l , t lie p IllllSII 1,1 fit. of J.",.'imi is a forefoiio tor I is i" m ralU realize. 1 notlli coi l. try that this is the S let of d II. lt d I I.I It. V I . I , make nt f n I made slal" aco lir-l lime in ti,,. hp t,..y , that Hi.- opportunity ii oil', n d to 1 an upper p- nimul., man In the nub. r ll.llolial chair. :ut the Lot that Mr. Ofsboin is an i,, r iM innvui,, not m. an that, as .... . rn'-r, he would not b" r. pr. . nt .tiv. of il.e .mi,,. Slat-'. lb WOllbl II , Ok'llize ),,, n ail, mi, I no south. ,,,t wouid act fairly with each .section, uniting the two p'tiinsu las as they have in vi r I.e. ri unit, d be fore, and eons, ro- tb" best int.r'.'H of all lb.- .. opl". The NewN b. li. ves Mr. (Sboi n W ill lb' . lop tiemendollH Iir. Cook is tow- ui-nn after that man llarri'l who says he never got to th" lop i.f Mt. M.'KlllIey. . will semi arioth.-r expedition to th" summit to -t the records he says I,,, left there, 'ok certainly has had his hands full the last f.'W Weeks bill hi. ,.omr.u .... ilitiK Ihroiit-h It all and promises the public if it will have a little t.atienee will vindicate himself. After all til" attacks that have been ma,l.. n,.,. lim the i.,etor has lost none of his .."Hilarity with the masses who still " hee In him. All he requires, ap- --.--nt I v. is littl,. time in which to b ar himself. THIS DAY IN HISTORY." IfiK'i llllS. t 17. s a ph. r An i:m;li-h fb- t from Mnssa ' attacked Otnbec. Noah W. I.st",, riot",l lexicon Horn at West ITirtfor.I. ft !i'd at Nw Haven. May L's, ISM. ITvi Ainerican. and liritish open battb- at Vorktown. Va. lvv. John l;rowiTs raid on Harper's I i rry, ; hi;;' i) ii. flrarit appointed 1 command of t. Western armies iv...- i utK. y in',', pt, ,1 the plan for ' rorm in Aim. nia suhmitf d by lb. Powers. -' I'rne . ir.,b. i,,.be. ' man cnaticelior, resiiitleil 1 1.I. t.... ..-i-iFi. .M.rdenskJol.T.s South 1 o ar . xp, dition left Swe.l. V.r, S.,, r.eoiMliz.d I" int. n- e ,f Norwav. th. impi . lal the in.. - Never Falls lo Restore Gray Ilnlr to Its Natural Color and Beauty. No matter how lonjr It has been pray or fade.!. Stop its fallinr out. and positively remove! Handrail. Kfue all Mibstitute. Is not a dye. St anit SO. boftl, mt rtrnfifjUM.or'br mall. Hn.l 2c htr Irrm t,k hn Cr ol til iiair." Patio Ua Spec C., Newaik, J. "THIS IS MY 63RD BIRTHDAY." M! it II. Taylor, prominent anions Nmcriean ,., .u-a to,s, U!PS ,,rri , M.( 'o.lia. Illinois. Oct i r, tvtr. m ...i.. ti'.n was r, iv., at (he Illinois Stale Normal u Ii i vT I y, Knox (oil.;-.. mid l.incidn utiivcrsll v. I'..r t"ii v.-ai-s ifter his graduation in iv;:. tl in ,,, .o-ition ,,f professor of natural fc-"I'-'s at Lincoln university. Tr,,,,, 1-' until :, ,e was president ,.r the State Normal ...il ' a 'i rit ii sa s, ""' " ' li'iK be, n prol.b nt of " Jaln-H Millik.n university at n.'- . , - in i . . " i ayior is the nntlmr f ' number of books treating of ,,!,,,. """''I "I' thods. In is:,;, ). WI(H honor. ,iii in.- presi.i.n,y r t. Nalional 'ouii. ii of IMueatlon. A Limited Csnsorahlp. VThtt the ceriHor cannot do !g fa lvo a rertincali. of approval for the public, and tiniesa tho public approve his licensn Is of no valuo at all. fm the Mher hand, he ran deprive ths public of tho opportunity to am.rovn. nnd In that power ho Is not a proeC. Hon. bu a menace and a bar to mana- gr. lendon Stage. No Uaborate ilomonstration I lure required to make char, that our con fen itco theme paints at once to tho laet that there is more than one agen cy Kiv'.nt; attention to me misiness or ta villi; tho boy. In a lotifentuo of this kind twenty years ago, no one wouUl nave mvitoii representative of tho Young Men's Christian association to have a place on its program. For. was not this tho YouiiR Men's and not the l'.oy's Chris tian association? Today there are over taia associations d ins; a special work for boys, having a total boy membership of over laiO'i'i). This change has b en wrouht by the conviction that the young manl,,,!! loom n nt'M' in u ill, .i lae asii,,i.':iii,iiii n,.. was conccrtHd. thould not bo limited on the hko limit by tweiity-otu Itihtecn. but by physical time when the boy began to b. a man. which time or the usual boy is about twelve years of ae. 1 lie association U es no spe- ifle work for boys under twelve. I'xtry person present is well awar hat there are m our midst, school ys and working boys, and some who e neither; let us be glad that they are few; there are rich boys and p ior ys, and many who are neither: there is room for rejoicing that tiny are many; whito beys and black boys, hut t here to complicate the problem: oys whose parents speak the tongue md are familiar with customs of the1 ountry which took them In, but many' ore who speak the tongue and still How tl customs of the land which nt them forth and all of these, school ,y, working boy, rich boy. l r I oy. hit b.-y and black boy, and Finnish boy on the north to the Italian boy on the south, exhibiting characteristics like, which raimc in c unman terms olii had to good. Mr. Kobins.ui, international secretary Hoy's Work, has recently shocked the brtthicii, however, by dcclat'iii. 'There are llo bad boys" today, mid then started the thought on another track bv saving "At hast not as bad .. .. ' as you and I were." I'l. icing the last head counted in a census of this community at number Ifl.iiiio, and l!guriii the proportionate lllllllber of b- ys between 1.' and is to be as usual, we have an assortment of :.imh of boys within the scop" of the Young .Men's Christian association, and adding to these the buys who count i.s infants and the boy children under twelve, we lin.l plenty of room for co operation of all the agencies w hich can be enlisted to help. The fact Is recognized, and its rec ognition is Hi often referred to, that the boy. like his prototype, has need upon time sides, physical, mental and Kpirituul. in the direction of any one r all of whhh he is liable to attack ami needs jalvatioii. The Sunday school cannot meet them all, the public school cannot meet them all, nor can the home as it usually Is, meet them all, neither can the Young Men's Christian association mo, t them all. I hit each can help in its own w ay to bring the end to pass, genuine co operation. However, the workers In the cause to accomplish that whereunto they have been culled must be sure they work with the rk-ht principle. If the principle be to build up their organiza tion, be it Christian Kndeavor aoclety, Sunday school or any other overlooking j me i.oy. imperieet lmieeii will lie m achievement. If on the other hand to save the boy be the llrst thing, then whatever Is the best thing for him will be given to him. In a certain city was a Sunday after noon boy's meeting, regularly attended by three hundred and more hoys. Some of the pastors in the community re quested that the meeting be stopped because those boys were not going to their Junior Kndeavor. Those partic ular boys had not been In the Kndeav or meetings before the meeting began, tin y were not in It while the meetings ware in operation, and ufter the meet ings were stopped they were not to be found In the Kndeavor. If tin- chief bleu of a Young Men's Christian association Is to get mem bers. If It Is to build up the Uible class es or meetings, it Is squarely on the wrong track, if the Idea Is to build up the boy, and he can be built Up better In the Church ISlble class, then that Is by all means the place for him. If It is belter that certain groups of boys attend church clubs then they should be ineouragoil to go there. I.et us nil statu! on the platform of doing what is best for the boy, and riot what Is best for the organization. As pastors. Huporlntondontfi. teach er;', association men, parents, agree ing for the ttake of the building up of the Kingdom of Cod, l t us stand by the boy who we watit to go where ho can get the b st. Considerable has hitherto been paid far from the subject of this paper but b.-re's booing that It has been In line with the conference theme. Now u few words about the suhi, ct. The boy's activities arc predomin atingly phytdcal. Jtocognl.lng this the association with Km upleruHdly equip ped gymnasium ami trained physical director and l aib ra of Christian life and principle, offer to the boy, often the only plao. in tho community where his pent up energies find sclenllfle di rection, and ri cures through this a tremendous h. upon the boy life, but then with also u tremendouM respon sibility. The phyaleal director lias, during the physical examination of fvery boy a chance, which be tiitfe ,,f naturally calling attention to d. feels In habit ami person and uggesllng connection of the". Thi lend to friendship which make close con vernation on topic pertaining to tho Christian life eay, natural nnd romltful. It I within th cope of another pa per to ehow In detail the great value ct this work to the lay. I have trc pasMd oriouKh alrotuly. I'ntil it comes, as it will to have its pl.i(v in the pub he school, the association will tontihue ta extend its usefulness bv this means ami ever after. For the association will b.' b!e to fu.aish trained teai li tis for audi work in connection with schools. Sanday phol classes and clubs, t:nd put lie playgrounds). Here the association may furnish real co-op-i ration and novomplish a larger work than within the borders of its own building. Too many associat i as fei 1 that by this tiny are disch.ucin; th ir obliga tion l,i the boy at;, a: e p. '.-s s.- d of a rowr. 1 oys department. How- such nnii as Mr. Van lis are Keeking to disabuse such a state of mind. There Is unmet h big more, be fore any boy's department can say, "We are twenty-one." Every community has Its quota of boys who. been use of parental necessi ty, or because of dissatisfaction over soni" wrong, real or imagined, or be cause of pure dtsinolinatioM )en-.. ,.11 too early discontinued their public silu ol i rl lieges. What a large num ber of beys there are known to all of us who luti' natural gifts for achieve. I incuts, but working now by day, have lo t in them the hivt n possessed by the fair to surmount In tpite of and over every obstacle. When can he se cure the little life? The association institutes with their course in the fundamental which are the foundation stents for all progress, as well as its technUal and trade had last year 7,3-1 btudents enrolled. Many and many a boy tomes thus In contact with these practical teachers Interested In him for himself, and not for the price he has paid, comes to himself and with this I oust seeuns earning pow er oth erwise for him Impossible. These courses are augmented by practical talivs. Talks, by men who know something about the subject which they are willing to Impart In answer to questions by those who know It in-t, and clubs bringing to gether for a longer time those of kin dred mind. Mr. Nash of Cleveland Insists that all men are naturally religious rather than irreligious.-and that he will re spond to the right approach. He be lieves this to be true also of the boy though many indications seem to point otherwise. He will not warm up to the experiences or terms of his elders. He w ill not saddle upon himself a pro fession of the same religious emotions. Hut he will engage in anything for the Fake of right and the Kingdom of Heaven where he can be given some thing to do and li'.t to say. Hcllevlng that (.5od has cr.cased In his book the record the principles of life, incorporated and made plain through the lives of some men, cspccl ally In Jesus of Nazareth, the associa tion engages boys in the study, cuu I led with fame activity wherever pos tilde. Much has been done, but much remains to be done. Last year 21,-11 boys were In the association Wide? classes. Meetings for older boys and meeting for younger boys at different times of the kind that boys like, have been used mightily to give that some thing for the boy to do as an expres sion of his religious life, by means of opportunities for commltleo service. The Young Men's Christian associa tion is n supplemental agency In Its broadest sense. It should not he, nnd Is not Its policy to duplicate efforts, but to look for a place that the Sun day pchool or public school Is not till ing, suggest what can be done, and do it until some organization, which can take It up better, takes it up. Hopeless. "He's no good at on argument. Is bo? Not at all convincing'." "Well, I should Htiy uot. Why, that man couldn't convince n woman tbat ehe was pretty!" Cleveland lender. Value of Humor. The man who Incomes a humorist Is the man who contrives to retain a cor. tain childlike zest nnd freshness of wind side by side with a larjre and tender tolerance. 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