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THE CALUMET NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909. l 1 - - I Houefliton y JLJepartment TELEPI lON'E SOUTH J99 BIG FIGHTERS ARE RFADY FOR SOUNDING OF GONG Schreck and Ross Meet at Amphidrome Tonight in Ten Round Contest Which Should Prove Interesting Event- Neither Man Underestimates the Boxing Ability of His Opponent. "I know I'll have a hard tight, but I am to n't rkht tlirmiuli with It. I am In fine condition, and I realize it will b' no miup (in either side." Mike Schrcck. "I uni up against a pretty K'od man und expect to have to ll ht hardU but I thinlc I can beat Mm. I never filt better In my life ami expect t" win." Tuny Ito.s. With both Ashlers confident or cur cess the hour for the ten roiiml tistU' neounter between Mike Schreck of Cincinnati and Tony Ross of Newcas tle, l'a., tit the A mth I drome draws near. Roth men arc trained to the minute and each declares himself in position to put up the finest kind of a scrap. Naturally both nu n are confi dent of success, but neither man un derestimates the ability of his oppo nent as Is evidenced by statements made by both fUhtcis to The News. Schrcck's ability as u tighter is Known In copperdom, he having easily defeated Walter Whitehead, the Dn luth colored scrapper, before a local audience a few tnenths nt.". f It'-ss EXPRESS APPRECIATION OF THE REV. FRANK P. KNOWLES Members of Menominee Rang Minis ten'al Association at Meeting in Iron Mountain Pasa Resolutions of Ap preciation of Pastor Who Has TaW en Charge of Houghton Church. At the regular monthly meeting of tin Menominee Range Ministerial as sociatlon. held in Iron Mountain lat week, the foll.iwinif .-et of rcsjlutlon were passed, expressing ai'ireclat on f Rev. Fmnk 1 Knowlea and h oi k. iiev. jir. Knowies recently as sumed charge of th Houghton rre9b.i tcrim churcli, succeeding Rt-W J. M Linn whi) has gone to the Menominee Iron range. The resolutions Whereas, The Hev. Frank V. Know!-1 has been pastor of the First Presby terian church of Iron Mountain, Mien for the long period of over eight years, and. Whereas. He has accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Presbyterian church of Houghton, Michigan, there fore be it Resolved. That we. the Menominee IIan! Ministerial association, as sembled this 7th day of October. 1901, place on record our hearty apprecia tion of his worth and work an a broth er past -r and minister of the Lord Jesus Christ. We have found in hi n a fearbss expounder of the gospel if i . i - ., : ' ' ,1. r : . '- -Xt ' . I t :y r " h i '". - ! "' . . - ' "::.'if " -W N ; vy ' . - y l: ! - , . , t S. r' v-V'-"" JURORS ARE NAMED FOR NOVEMBER TERM OF COURT Tniuu nnec mun i . , i ..... .. nw;,, wnw will. ii t c i ivi i r t 5CHRECK AT THE AMPHIDROM . t Al HQUCnTON TONIGHT. it may be said he is a. con purativ stranger, yet the bi Italian has mad many friends during bis bvief stay lere and he will not Ink bapporter when !, faei-H Srhn-ck in the rojte arena this evening. It is cxpectc.l that Ton Madden of Imluth will refeie,- t!ie main bout. Madden Is an I 1 -1 i 1 1 i . i- In the boxing game and knows lb. spoil from A t 'A. Promoter (btie Ferguson wrote him a short time ago. asking him to attend the bout, ami Madd.-n pa. announced ho will be here along with a good si.ed delegation of Imluth tight fans. Preceding the rnam bout will be two classy preliminaries. It is fjguie.i Uos and Schre(k will don the t n i t m at about S o'clock and an hour !atr one of them may probably 1... eliminate, lrom the championship for a time to come. There has been a goo.i a,-.a hale and Unless KOmethlng inter10H befi.pi' night a record breaking crowd for the copp.-r country is ep. do to be in at-, tendance. So far tb re in little, if unv but th Ids, what itt,, seem to favor Ib.ss wlm ap p. rl'eet pi tin-.- of health and tie SivJour of men. Our pravera a omj.any him and his family that OoJ may bless and use him to his glory In I. is new field of labor and wherever his lt may b castT We also com mend him to the fellowship of the Copper Country Ministerial associa tion; and be it further Ibsolved, That a copy of this reso lutions be given our brother, that It be spread upon the minutes of this ass) datlon and that It be given to the newspapers for publication. Panel of 36 Jurymen to Serve at Next Term cf Circuit Court Drav.n This Morning in Office of County Clerk Richardson Men Summened te Ap pear for Duty Wednesday. Nov. 10. The petit Jurors for the November term of circuit court for Houghton county were drawn this morning In the oftlce of County Clerk Louis H. Ulchardson. and the work of subpoen- Ing- them will be started at once. The thirty-slK Jurora drawn are required to rcort for duty at 9 o clock on Wednesday morning. November 10. The term convenes on Monday, Nov. but as the following day la that designated for the November meeting of the county board of supervisors thel jurors will be given an extra day of grace. The Jurymen Impaneled and their residence follows; Frank Longpre, Calumet. William Parsons, Adams. Gotleib Schneider, Stanton. Fred Mutter, Portage. Francis A. Pdshop, Laird. Dennis Harrington, Calumet. 11. W. Church, Duncan. William Craze, Elm River. John R Curto, Calumet. Antti Onkala, Portage. Krick Silvola, Calumet. Milton C.lbson. Torch Lake. Frd Miller, Stanton. Leonard J. Thomas. Portage. John H. Johnson, Calumet. Tony A. Webber, Hancock. William Tamblyn, Franklin. Fred Duncan, Chassell. J. F. MeMahon. Atlantic. H. L. Durbank, Torch Lake. Omar Demands, Calumet. James Tomeroy, Schoolcraft. Coohy M. Killmar, Osceola. Tt. John Cameron, Hancock. George H. Harvey, Calumet. Dominic C. Zana. Adams. George Watson, Torch Lake. Williams Pearce, Schoolcraft Joseph Heed. Osceola. Ambrose J. Flynn. Hancock. Hans I'lseth, Calumet. John Delaney, Jr.. Franklin. Orlando Persanttl. Calumet. John Dwyer, Jr., Adams. W. H. Grlgson, Qulncy. Robert Kitto, Osceola. AMERICAN YOEMEN BRANCH ORGANIZED AT PAINESDALE The third branch of the Itrotherhood of American Yeomen In the copper country was organised ut Palnesdale In the "old reudlng room." by Carrie Reeves, district manager, last Wed nesday evening. About twenty mem ber Joined the organization at Its In ception, and it I expected that n num ber of others will soon Join. The fol lowing officers were elected: Honorable foreman Dr. Axel An derson. "correspondent Laura ?.IU heals. Master of Recounts Annie Mac. Master of Ceremonies Laura Kemp. Overseer Mary prlnn. lVlegates of the Calumet "Red Met al" lodge were In attendance and a social dunce for the good of the order followed, refreshments being serve. It Is expected that steps will be taken to organize a branch of the American Yeoman In Hancock thl. week. TALKS ON WRESTLING GAME. NEW STUDENTS AT THE MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES the Michigan Col- BARAGA TOWNSHIP GRANGE. ilgel lllg there are pears the strength. SUPERVISORS MEET AGAIN. Adjourned Annual Meeting of Board Will be Held Tomorrow. Tho county board of supervisirs w ill meet tomorrow morning in adjourned annual session. At this time the equal ization committee. Which met H-Veral days the past week, will make It re port, ninl the valuations for the county and tax rate will be determined. t figured that the assessed valuation this year will bo som-wut in execs of what It was last year; owing to nn In crease,! state tax rate. The equaliza tion committee held Its session ri the Juvenile court building arid Its labors were by no means easy. wrgamzauon IS Perfected for Mutual Benefit of Farmer Members. Girard schoolhouse, Iiaraga town mp was tim scene of an Important gathering last Tuesday evening, the meeting being held for the purpose of organizing a grange f r the farmers of too towiisilill. HilVH lh T 'J. c yt:.t.. ll .. ."iny j.nm j-. Wilde was "l ni amcej m the work. During 1 '-ning, the following officers were ler te,i: .Master peter Girard. Overseer Andrew Olddings. T.e(.tlir).rH(lken T.undln. Steward Win. Rohmler. I'dy Asst. Steward Clara Price. Chaplain Francis DeLude. Treasurer Charles Wolmar. Se retary Hobert Prlci. Gate Keeper O. C. Olsen. Ceres Mrs. if. Hanson. Pomona Mrs. V. Harry. Flora Mrs. H. Ludln. A grnngH H nn association organized .nine,, ucsla-neil fiirfho.. ..! interests, its chief object bHn to bring ' loiiHiimer and t.roduce fowthAr Jl intervention of middlemen or traders. by Fred Cundy has gone to Chicago for a ten days' visit. New students at ltfe of Mines are: Aaltio, Karl Fredrik, HelsingKiis, Finland; Altemus, Howard Strawn, Washington. D. C; Ranks, Robe.t Tunstull, Kunsas City, Mo.; Uarrett, Charles Frederick. Houghton; Ueech, Gilbert Crowell, Chicago, 111.; Hcnso j, W. Ray, Ray City; Jilackmar, Don Clinton, Charlotte; 1 tooth, Kverett L., Chicago, 111.; Ruehman. Albert Rex. Tucson, Arlx.; p.urnham, Roderick Deane, Pasadena, Cul.; Case, Ray- mond Aloyslus, Sault Kte. Mario; Chapman, Carroll Rarney. Rochester: C'hlng, Hung-Yuu, Canton, China; Crlstantielll, Anton, Norway; Cum- mings, Alvin M., Sandy Hill. N. Y leaning, i.ee, Trufant; Davis, Harry Chicago, III.; Dledericks. John Peter Iron River; Dygert, F.dgar O., Spokane, Wash.; Elliott. Gordon. Clifton, Ariz, Exlcy, Walter George, Hancock; Falo mlr. Jose, Mexico City, Mex.: Fedle i.aard, Cedar Lake, Ind.; Feldman Samuel A., Denver. Colo.: Foard. Mer nn wiiey, Sault Ste. Marie; Francis Jonn l'ercy. Ishnemlmr: Gates. John Jldeon, Pontiac; Goodfellow, Floyd A cuo; uorclon, George Leslie, Hough ton; Greve, Myron Henry, Grund Rap Ids; Hanchett, Fred Reaby, Jr., Nlles Huber, Howard Grover, Champion Huntington, I'rescott Samuel, Mason Kennedy, Arthur Todd, Duluth, Minn Korts, Ingraban V., Stamford, Cofti Kuntz, Gottlieb, Freda; Kurz, Fred Edward, (Jreen Ray, Wis.; LaLonde, Harvey, Saginaw; Lamore, Walter James, Calumet: Lnnlirnn. Victor John Duluth, Minn.; Larson, Rertrand R Calumet; Lindqulst, Roy Waldemar, Hancock; Longyear, John Monroe, Jr, Marquette; McDonald. Lynn 8., Syca more, Ohio; McElhlney, Charles John son. .New York City; McNalr, Rert Sault Ste. Marie; Mackie, Niel Stan ley, Sault Ste, Marie; Martinez, Jorge, Mexico city. Mex.; Maverick, Phlllln Augustus, San Antonla. Tex.; Molthen Theodore W., Hubbelt; Partanen, Isaac, Hancock; Pastorlno, Plus, Flint; Por- tis, Henry, Chicago, .111.; Prince, Ver non Russell. Eveleth. Minn.: Rlarhv William Arthur, Norway; Robertson Ralph E., Whiting, Iowa; Robins, Wil liam Andrew, Jackson; Rockwell, liar ry M.. Crown Point, Ijid.; Roos, Alfred Rattle Creek; Schabir, Charles Fred erick. Jackson; Schmidt, Harold M., Saginaw; Schroeder, Carl Henry, Min neapolis, Minn.; Schultz, Max Fre.1, New Salem, N. D.; Severson, Gilbert Sims, Chicago, 111.; Stark, David Her man, Hancock; Stelr, Samuel Aaron isnpernlng Thlelllcke, Charles George, Escanaba; Thurber. Frank Kmmett. Holland; Toben, William Chrysogomus, Duluth, Minn.; Trevlno, Jose Oscar Chihuahua, Mex.; Trezona. 'William I.ngebert, Ely, Minn.; Turner, Harry Milton, Crookston. Minn.; Van Manon, Theodore C. E., The Hague, Holland; Von Valkenburtfh, Robert Ray, IeRoy, N'. Y.; Vial, Ewnrt Gladstone, Hough ton; Wahl, Roy Lesslie, Houghton; Wanvlg, Chester Odin, Milwaukee, Wis.; Welssmlller, Adolph John, Han cock; Welker. George Ernest, OH City, Pa.: Wenger. Frank. Caledonia: White, Guy Edward, Central Lake; Whtttlnghnm. Harold, Market Uasen, Lincolnshire, Eng.; Wong Po Nam, Canton, China; Wortley, Russell Drue?, Houghton. Oldtime Mat Artist Says Rowett ' King of Cornish Stylers. A copper country wrestling author ity, one who has been through the game and knows every In and out of It, took occasion during the course of a recent conversation to say some com plimentary things of the Cornish wres tlers now In copperdom. He said in part: "Jack Rowett (s the best wrestler In this country today, so far as Cornish style wrestling is concerned. This fact hi- displayed by throwing Tim Harring ton In Calumet recently, and Harring ton will throw Zlehr when-the two men meet. I think the Rutte man will have his hands full In getting away with Ziehr but he Is going to win out In the end. This is because he Is the faster man, has u better head and wrestles a style entirely new to the copper country people. However, Harrington is going to find a gamey man In Ziehr and to win he must make tho best of his time. "I had the opportunity of witnessing the recent bouts at Trimountain and think the Chapmnn boys a wonderful family of wrestlers. Sidney Chapman is certainly a comer and with addi tional weight should some day lay claim to the championship. I do not think Ziehr can lay claim to It nny more unless he defeats some of the big men of today. He has been thrown by Chapman, Rowett and Harrington so there seems to be little ground for his claiming the honors. Those are three men whom he must dcfe:it before he will be proclaimed the champion. "I want to see one more- match and then I wlli be satisfied th take no more active parts In the snort although I will always try nnd witness the match- I understand that Harrington nnd Ziehr are- to meet soon in Calumet. Well. When they do then) you will see two of the best wrestlers in the world J SHDURN-CROSBYCO- Gold Medal Flour xVf,?9 o Copyright 19C9 Washburn-Cro sby Co., Minneapolis, Minn. flUMHBSd LannariawiiAiaaaaiiJ at it. The way Rowett came back af ter such an extended ubsence from the game astonished even his most urdent admirers. I might also say that the Hoar boys und young Clurke of Tri mountain will bear watching, because, before long they will be among the big fellows." WEDDED AT TRIMOUNTAIN. Tho new chosen Friday evening Former Calumet Couple United in Wedlock Saturday Afternoon. Miss Katherine Kratt of Trimountain and Elmer Eathorno of Raltlc were quietly married Saturday afternoon at the bride's home In Trimountain. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Traub of Hancock .pastor of the Ger man Lutheran church, of that city. Miss Nettle Eathorno, n sister of the groom, acted ns bridesmaid, while a brother of the bride acted as best man i no worman i.tuneran service was used, the ceremony being performed In the purlor in the presence of immedi ate relatives. The bride is a Trimountain girl, born In Calumet and reared on the range. The groom has been u resident of the range for some time, coming here from Calumet nnd is now engineer at one of the Italtle hoists. The young couple will go to housekeeping at once at Trimountain. revised constitution union changes the membership fe Horn one dollar to fifty cents ami the monthly dues, from lifty cents to twen ty-five cents. The club will give card party Friday evening, October 2'J, in the club rooms The officers are as follows: President, Frank G. Lukey. Vice president. M. J. FInnegan. Secretary, Charles Miron. Treasurer, Dr. A. D. Aldrich. I he executive committee will consist of the above named board and two nth t r memiiers o the club. The members chosen to comprise this board wor Robert Anderson and John McCarthy mstl- j to serve u thirty day Kentence, it .;, all- ged he threaten. ,1 to kill hi j,g grandmother. At the conclusion r u, present sentence Treverton will likely be sentenced by tho circuit court for his previous offense. SOCIAL CLUB ELECTION. Winona Organization Selects New List of Officers. A meeting of the Winona Social club was held Friday evening for the elec tion -of officers and the adoption of the MANY ARRESTS OVER SUNDAY. Thirteen Locked Uo in Cnn i.:t Since Satu"day Evening, Saturday night and' yesterday wit nessed busy times at the county Jail, There wire thirteen prisoners brought In and this morning the Jail office wus crowded with accused and officer., en route tp the various local courts. Most or those ill-rested were disorderlies. Peter Markovlch was brought i'i yesterday morning from Hurontown by officer Ma bar. who diarged cruelty l animals. When Markovlch was searched at the county Jill a pair of bra-s knuckles was found in his pos session am he was also charged with carrying concealed weapons. Ren Treverton, n Lnurlum lad, who In June was let go on suspended sen tence, nfter being found guilty of sim ple assault, was brought In Saturday KARVAKKA GOES TOMARQUETTE Man Guilty of Manslaughter Given Sentence of 1 to 15 Years. Ells Karrakka. who at the present session of circuit court pleaded guilly to manslaughter. In connection wit'i the killing of a man named Mais ai at Red Jacket a couple of months ago was this morning sentenced by Ju.l ;. A. T. Strcetcr in the circuit court u serve from one to 1.1 years In the branch prison at Marquette. Karvak ka was charged with murder, but the prosecuting attorney consented to a plea of guilty to manslaughter. The reason for holding Karvak!n here so long was that It was though; an alleged accomplice, named Leino- nuen, would be tried at this term of court and Karvakka wiuld be reonir.,1 a witness. Lcinoncn has been hell trial at the November term, - t which lime it Is likely Karvakka wid be returned here as si witness on h... half of the prosecution. Simon J. Reahan, manager of the statistical department for Haydeii, Stone & Co., New York brokers, Is here on n business trip. William Condon and Mrs. Frances Freeman, both of Calumet, were mar ried here Saturday by Rev. A. R. Sut cliffe of Grace church. Frank TI. Probert, a mining engineer well known here, has formed a part nership with Walter JT. Wood with headquarters In New York and Ixis i t ? f ? ? ? ? ? ? ? T ? ? ? ? r ? ? ? Y I e X X X e X x I X x x X x x X X x x x x x X ? T rr.. j : Yoimr Fall Glothesil T V X ll'l V 'V' f x V i , ; .I'M 4. 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