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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, m
THE OALUIUIT HEV7S. 2 i i flougnton TELEPHONE OPEN DEER SEASON IS ADVOCATED BY HUNTERS Believed No Mor Doer . Would Be Killed Annually and That Many Lives Would Bo 3aved At. Present AH Hunting 'is Do no at Onco and Danger of Accident is Increased.. Speaking of the shortcomings of the present d rs laws, b-v ral Marquette hxrtxm n t Kjui ksciI themst Ives yes terday us I' the opinion that the an nual loss of life Would bo greatly re duced and that no mow devr would bo kllli'd, if th re wt ru uii open hwi son all the y ar around, says the M. input te Mining Journal." That the present laws have not worked to In crease the number of deer in tin' upper peninsula and that tho short nt .ison, bringing a horde of hunters into tli woods at od'.t, Is taking an Immi'itse toll la human lives c;uli year Is evident to all who haw made any thing: like u careful study of the sit uation. "Years ago when it was legal to kill doer at any time of the year, it set inn to me that fewer of the unlmals were slaughtered than now," said a promin ent Marquette man yesterday. "I can remember when comparatively few loeal hunter went ufter deer more than one or two days in the year at the most, und when lower peninsut: hunters In this locality were practically unknown. There, wasn't any talk about deer being scarce In those days either find It was rurely Indeed that a hun ter was shot by another. Principle is Wrong. "It strikes me that the principle of restricting the. slaughter of deer to n few days each year Is a mistake. Granting that the shooting could be restricted to that season. It strikes me that as many if not more sportsmen go into the woods during that season than would the whole year round, If there were no restrictions. The time of the deer season Is advertised all over the country, tho railroads offer special rates to the upper peninsula and tho result is that there are be tween 3.000 and 5.000 hunters north of the straits at the present time, in addition to tho resident hunters. "What chance do the deer have, with n camp of men every few miles in all parts of the woods, one hunter chas ing them right Into the rllle range of another? "It Is a good deal tho same as an invitation to a big party. It takes place on a certain night and we know that if we do not go then there will le no party to go to. The result Is that everybody go.n and there Is an immense crowd. On the other hand. If people knew they could go to that party any night in the year, many would put It off from one. night to an ether, would take little interest hi the affair, and perhaps would fail to g at all. That is exactly the way It was with deer hunting a few years ago. Hundreds of nun nr now going Into the woods during the deer season that never thought of hunting deer, when they could bo hunted any time and venison could bo had In the butcher shops almost any day. Fewer Non-Resident Hunters. "Were there an open season, com paratively few non-resident hunters would come hero to hunt, as there would bo no particular time to come and the fact that there were doer here would not bo advertised. Most of the deer killed would be killed by resident hunters and farmers, who hunted because they wanted meat, not merely for the so-called sport of kill ing. As it is now, there are probab ly as many door killed out of season tis in season, some by farmers and woodsmen who think it their right to kill what tiny please on their own property (and then- is some Justice In that argument), others by persons who have no regard for sportsmanship or laws. "That shortening the season will not help natter: rny Vims been demonstrat ed In Vermont this year, where approx imately .vitiio deer wi re killed In a atnisori of six days, nearly ns many as are kilN-d in the entire upper peninsu la' in twf nty days. "Mut the greatest objection of nM t' the present closed season law is the number of human lives that are sacrificed to the sport every year. We had a great deal bettr have no deer ls?re at all, than to have so many per fOns shot as this season. In my opin ion, one man's life Is worth more than all the deer In northern Michigan. With an open season there would be very few accidents, as what few hun ters there were In the woods at any MAKE ALL MISERY IN STOMACH VANISH BY TAKING A LITTLE DIAPEPSIN NOW Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn, Headache and other distress will go in five - minutes. Get some now and end .Stomach trouble forever Eat what ( you want when you want it. If you had some Dlaprpsin handy and would tnke a little now' your stom- 41 h distress or Indigestion would van- in live minuten and you would feel This harmless preparation will di gest anything you cat nnd overcome a Sour, out-of-ordor stomach before you feallze It. i If your meals don't tempt you, or hat little you do cat seems to fill you, or lays like a lump of lead in your stomach, or If you have heartburn, that Is u sign of Indigestion. Ask your Pharmacist for a f.O-cont tuso of Rape's Diapip.iln and take a Department SOUTH 199 BOUNTIfS PAID FOR KILLING OF TWO LYNX AND A W01F The county clerk's office Was callc upon yesterday to pay bounties for the killing of two lynx nuJ ft wolf, the first that have been presented for soma time. It Is so veldom that lynx Is brought In for d, bounty that the slufC Jn tho clerk's office were .some doubt its to -whether they wen lynx .or wildcats, ! , One of tho lynx was killed ut ('has sell by Fdwunl 1 folia p. i, and he teceiv I'd the five dollars reward after the animals ears had boon cut off as evl deuce. Thomas Hazel of Laird town ship was the recipient of tho othe bounties, live dollars for tho lyux am twenty-live for the wolf. The', latter was a very handsome animal, nud was not mutilated beyond tho punch Ing of holes In the head to preventptjs toing presented roi u homily a scoomi time. 'XI WILL REMODEL BOAT. The White CUy company has begun laying up the steamer International at t'arroll's dock preparatory to remodel Ing her extensively this winter. The steamer Is to be made Into a modern and comfortable excursion boat. A new ladies' cabin Is to be built on what Is now tho promenade deck and the pilot house and a new Texas will be built above this cabin. A new elec trie light plant Is to be installed and the minor and lower cabins will bo handsomely decorated and furnished Tho company has decided not to change the name of the steamer. HOUGHTON VS. MARINETTE. U. P. Champions Will Meet Champions of Wisconsin Tomorrow. A football game has been arranged between the Ilouthton high school team, champions of the upper penins ula, and the Marinette. Wis., high school team, champions of Wisconsin It will be played at Marinette Thanks giving afternoon and the Houghton team will leave this afternoon for Mar Inette. The Houghton hoys practiced yes terday afternoon, tho first practice for n. week and tho last before the game They will be handicapped by the lack of practice. The following will go down to Mar inette: Cochran, Kudsheid. Warming- ton, Alt. Sullivan. Rogers, Hang, Ten berthy, Edwards, McOurdy, Anderson; Coach Taggart and Manager Rials. Kfforts by Houghton to arrange a era me with the Ann Arbor highs, the champions of lower Michigan, were frill-less because of the expense, Me nominee, whom Houghton defeated succeeded, however. In arranglnglng a contest w ith Ann .Arlwor and this game also will bo played tomorrow. If Me nominee wins Tfonghton will bo the tato champions, but If Menominee loses It will remain a question wheth er Ann Arbor Is a stronger team than Houghton. VERDICT FOR RIEL. Jury Awards Him $1,500 Damages Other Circuit Court Matters. The jury in the Hiel-Oauthler case, in which Kiel sued Oauthler for the alienation of his wife's affections, brought in a verdict last night In cir cuit court in favor of Kiel, awarding him Jl,.'.oii damages. Follow ing the Riel-Oauthier caso the ease of A. (3. Dandero of San Francisco vs. K. I'.rugnoli of Houghton was taken j up. The plaintiff Is u San Francisco wine merchant and he is suing for the value of a car load of wine which he sold Rrugnoli and which the latter claims was impure or spoiled. The amount Involved Is $1.04.3. Judge St rector states that the re quest of Attorneys Nownham and Clay of c.rand Rapids .presented to him by Attorney John (1. Stone on Monday, In the matter of a probable application by (Jcorge Fj, Hamilton for a new trial. I would bo given consideration on Fri day. The request Is that tho Judge shall Issue an order furnishing Hamilton's attorneys with a copy of the testimony in the trial in which he was convicted of assault with Intent to murder Sher iff August Reck. The attorneys need tie- testimony as a basis for an appeal for a new trial for Hamilton. one time would be widely scattered, nnd at the same time the deer would have a much better chance for life, for they could make a getaway with out running right into some other hunter." little Ju.st as soon ns you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with odd, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach. Nausea, Debilitating Headaches, Dlziness or In testinal griping. This will go, and, be sides, there will be no undigested food left over in the stomach to pols m your breath with nauseous odors. Rape's Diapepsln Is a certain cure for out-of-order stomachs, because It prevents fermentation nnd takes hold of your food and digests it Just the same as If vour stomach wasn't there. Relief In live minutes from all stom ac'i misery is at any drugstore waiting for you. These large GO-cent cases- contain more than suflbicnt to thoroughly cure almost any case of Dyspepsia, Indlgcs, tlon or any other stomach disturbance. ENTERTAINMENTS IN THE STAR LECTURE COURSE A largo number of Houghton people, including many locul lovers of music, wcio present at- the entertainment given by the Parland-Xew hull ijuar tetto of vocalist., muslcluns and bell ringers ut the Kt-rredge theatre last evening-. The program was replete with features of a unique and striking nature und each member. of the ciuur tetto show ed th fullest mastery of the manipulation of their various In struments of music. There was large attendance, and appreciation wag evidenced by the frequent applause und encores. On Friday even In j next, November 26, another entertainment in the Star Kntcrtalnmcnt course of the Urace M F. church will be given ut th Her redge theutre. It will consist of recital by Thomas C. Trueblood, pro fessor of oratory in the University of Michigan, on "Ingomar, the Rarbar lan." As a reader and lecturer he Is known throughout the west. His reading- are taken from the best litera ture with special attention to Shakes pcrean work. Prof. Trueblood Is u native or south ern Indiana, lie received his master's degree from Farlham College, Rich mond, Ind., rnd his special training in elocution chleily under Professors Hu mid and Murdoch. With Professor Robert I. Fulton ho established a school of oratory In Kansas City In 1879. In 1832 this school was discontiucd that its founders might accept professor ships In the Ohio Wesleyan University and the University of Michigan. Since his appointment at Ann Ar bor, Professor Trueblood has been un tiring in his efforts to advance the In terests of oratory and debating in thut unlvtrslty, und throughout the north west. It was through his Intluence that the "Northern Oratorical League" was formed, an association of seven of the hading Institutions of the middle west, und later the "Central Debating League" com posed of four of the larg est western universities. He also pre sided at the organization of Helta Sigma Rho, a national honor society for intercollegiate debaters and ora tors. It is due to his zeal in organiza tion, his success In arousing interest in the contests, and his skill In drill ing the representatives of the Univer sity of Michigan that that institution has taken first rank among the large imlversities of America in competitive contests. Professor Trueblood Is Joint editor, with Prof. Fulton, of "Practical- Elo cution," "Essentials of Public Speak ing," "Choice Readings," "Patriotic Floquenee," and "Standard Selec tions," text-books used extensively in high schools, colleges and schools of oratory. He was one of the organizers of tho National Speech Arts Associa tion, was twice elected to the presiden cy of the association, and has been a member of the board of directors since Its organization. SHORT M. C. M. VACATION. The students of the college of mines will enjoy their first vacation of the year the next few days. At noon to day the last classes of the week will be dismissed and none will be called until Monday. Some of the students who do not live far from Houghton will go to their homes for Thanksgiving day. This week has been a busy one at the school in that the regular examina tions were held. COUNTY PRISONERS TO GET A SWELL FEED TOMORROW Sheriff Ryers has arranged for :i swell Thanksgiving "feed" for tin irlsoners In the county Jail tomorrow. At least thirty-three men will partak of the excellent dinner which will o" served, and possibly this number may be increased by one or two befoi V tomorrow arrives. The sheriff an nounced the menu today as follows: Stuffed Roast Pig, Rrown Ora.'y Mashed Potatoes Mashed Turnips ''Combination Salad ' Rread and Rutter. Mince Pie Pumpkin F:e, ' Tea ' ' Coffee The Inmates of the Jail are mu "h leased over the prospect nf.au.vh ;i fine 'dinner and some of them appear really glad that they are In Jail so they can be "In on It." CHASSELL MAN IS FINED. Eugene Haule of ChaFsell was fin d $.' and costs by Jnsth-o Rrand th's morning for cruelty to animal:?. Fast driving caused his arrest. HOTON BREViTlFd. The arguments of counsel In the case of Oscar Rlel versus August Oauthler of Hancock. occupied most of tho time In circuit court yes terday afternoon. Oauthler. the de fendant, was on the stand In the mornlnr. ' ' 1 i T W. M. Noon. Inrpoetor of bridges of the D. S. 8. and A. railroad, was In Houghton yesterday on business. Marriage license were Issued yes terday by the county clerk to Horace Krupp and Hittle E. Nelson of Calu met nnd to Harman Mnklnen and ITU ma rtupnkkft, both of Calumet. The steamer , Wlssahlckon of the Anchor lino was In port yesterday, westbound, and discharged consign ments of freight at the Peninsular Warehouse dock and the Copper Range dock. IT. O. Kleuze of Rutte, Montana was registered yesterday at the Douglass house. J. R. Van Evers. of MTquette, -was a visitor In Houghton yesterday. Mr. Von I'vera was formerly general man. nger of the rickands-Mnther ronf In terests at Marquette and of the Por-tag-e Coal and Dock company of Ripley. HAY.tNy.SCE THE COPPER COW HOCKEY LEAGUE Duluth Paper Says That A. E. Kueh now, While on Visit of Inspection to Houghton and Calumet Rinks, Talk, ed Over Proposition of Adding Du luth and Superior to Circuit. A. K. Kuchnow returned yesterday from a visit to Calumet und Hough ton, Mich., where he inspected tho ice rinks and talked over the proposi tion of enlarging the copper country hockey league of four clubs by tho ad dition of Duluth and Superior, says tho Duluth News-Tribune. The copper country rink managers and hockey enthusiasts were very fa vorably Inclined toward the project and thought that It would be success ful financially and In the IncreaseJ Interest that would be aroused by the entry of two teams from the head of the lakes. The copper country league has organized for the winter but the schedule has not been made out ns yet, pending u definite decision on the application of Duluth and Superior for membership. A thorough Inspection of the cop per country rinks revealed some new features that It has been found, desir able to Incorporate In the Duluth structure and thl.-j will necessitate considerable revision of the plans that were first submitted. t)n the comple tion of tho plans the contract will !' let and work will be started at once on the building. The six-club league that is contem plated will include Duluth. Superb)-. Calumet. Houghton, Hancock and Mo hawk, the later four being the present members of the copper country loagu. The organization will be conducted on an amateur Ibasls and .will have n affiliation Jthlt year with the big na tional hockey league, although another year probably v"I find several teams of the northwest In the proposed cir cult. . 1 HUNTRESS KILLS A DEER. Dr. Charles Ferries and wife of Houghton have returned from a hunt ing trip In the Huron Mountain dis trict. Mrs. Ferries succeeded In kill ing one deer, while her husband shot two. GUN CLUB TO MEET. ' John C. Tryor, president of the Houghton Gun club yesterday Issued a call for a meeting of the club to take place tonight at the Douglass house. He requests that all members and all other persons who are Interested in trap shooting ho1' present. The. meeting- Is called foV the purpose." mf -electing officers riVid arranging, a schedule of club shoots for the season. , -i I , TORCH LAKE NEWS j TORCH LAKE STORES ARE TO BE CLOSED TOMORROW Tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day, all the business laces of the Torch Lake towns will be closed. 'Tills evening tho merchants will keep their places of bu-iness open until a later hour In order to give thir customers an op portunity of making purchases for to morrow. There seems to bo few pleasures you PIUl P f ! Joi Si . wL,,,,, A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERYBODY The New Oak St. Clothiers , Cor. Oak and Seventh Streets I IBak Spf fine tag m& rVri of a Modern si i J. P. Petcrmann. Hearsaree H Allouez -,,.1 i mi ii'-'-'i'miLIimwo'1'1""' ' planned for the day, but this evening tho Huhbell llreincn will hold their lifth annual grand ball In opal's n w dance hall. . The lire lighters exp-et ' entertain a large crowd. The full membership of the Huhbell band will piny for the occasion, and a lengthy program has been arranged. Duriii,; the evening the lirenien will serve a supper to their friends nnd a pleas ant time I anticipated.. Tomorrow night, the Lake IJnd.m b:md will hold a dance in the opera house hall. The fidl membership of the band will play. The bandsmen have a long program prepared. This will be the first annual of the Lak" Linden band. M'GEE FUNERAL TOMORROW. The funeral of the iate Charles Mc Oee, who passed away at Rutte, Mon tana and who.-e remains were brought here this week will bo hell tomorrow. Tho body Is nt the home rf the decedent's sister Mrs. Carhray of Huhbell nnd from there the funeral cortege will start tomorrow morning. Services will be held at St. Cecell V church of Huhbell, Rev. Father Zim mermann officiating. The local mem bers of the K. of C. ns well ns those of the Calumet council will be dow n to attend tho funeral. The body will be laid to rest In Mount Calvary ceme tcri". Tho Misses Matilda and fjertrudo Carrigan of .Milwaukee are spending a few days visiting friends at Hubbell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews of Ne gaunee are visiting Lake Lind.-n friends for a few days. The numbers of the Congregation tl Sunday school of Huhbell are husllv engaged preparing a cantata which will be rendered by them at Christmas tlm ' The T. P. S. O. E. of Huhbell have deeided to hold their drama and musi cal concert some evening of next week. A largo number of local people have planned upon spending tomorrow vis iting friends In other parts of the county. don't care how you look or how others see you, it will not help you to come here, there's no help for you. But if you ever get curious to know how you would look in a real snap py, stylish outfit of good clothes,' ve'll be glad to see you and do the trick for you. That's our business. The consciousness of be ing well dressed is part of the satisfaction that comes to every wearer of Friend Made Clothes. Double service in the . clothes you buy here-first, helpful suggestions and courteous sales people then the clothes them selves serviceable to the last thread. 9 Girl Frank Gould May Wed t'"r''Cfl ' J' "f ,v ; i . Ya ' Tv ' ( ' - I V f "w - II 1 ; I '' s S I I v I I j '"' j! k m ? '-( Edith Kelly and Frank Gould. .: -i,S V - Ja - Pittsburg, pa., Nov. 22. The rumor A . became circulated in society circles rl -34? lu re today that Frank Oould Is to fv'';b V i wed Kdith Kelly, an uctrcHS, w ho was yVt;-' A born and reared in Pittsburg. The I Ll 5. "J I story comes all tho way from Paris. I f$J&h ttrC " 3 i w here both are said to be. i 1vr- - I I BnyiinasGiMow Make up yonr mind to be just one vbo helps along the good work : : : : ML News Want Ads. Get Results If you do it will result in greater comfort shopping comfort to yourself, bet ter service to yourself and others; choice of nice clean merchandise that has not been picked over and a to tal avoidance of what is known as the "Christmas jam." You will also help to an extent im possible to estimate the thousands of workers in th shop, whos work un der any circumstances it bound to be exacting.