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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25,
0 THE CALUMET NEWS. 1909. ..I U. P. UNIT FOR . CHASE OSBORN Continued fro'ii I'a; not because he is uii ut-r peninsula Hum or candidate, but from a xiuccrw and tin I'i'iivli -lion that he would ho a ftj Uiuliil man for tho positim." U iTisn iuativc A. 1. lMwariU; "I am u titroiij; uj'iorUr f Cliaoo S. uMn.in i.ir KovormT. 1 was aiuuiij; tho llrst um-3 who be trait to boom him at l..iiiin during tho last legislative Bcjijsion." Escanaba Strong fop Mr. Osborn. lb r entatlve I'tter Jeim-n: -I liio.t heartily endorse t'hate S. Osborn for Koveriior, because 1 think he o heshi all of tlu qualifications net.es fary to make a k"o1 k crnor." Kepresentatlve Michael Harris: "I heartily i'inl"r.i' the candidacy of I'liase (sl"!!i for vcrrnr and will do all in my power for his nomination llllil i -lection." Of tlie three other republican mem bers of tlu legislature from th peninsula not quoted above. .M'luan and Janus S. Monro,, are both .strong ixb.iiu supporters and the tliird, I'haiies II. Mct'ahe, s now a resident of New Yrk eity from win nee he writes plying expression to tlie strongest hopes for Mr. Osborn's r.omination. Tlie foil. .win- editor!., declarations are also strikingly sisjn Meant of the unanimity of sentiment in the twelfth district: Newspapers Are a Unit. frank Uussell, Editor Marquette Mining Journal: "Tho unanimity In I'hase Osborn'M support found in the upper peninsula is a fine testimonial ef those who know him best to their belief In his admirable equipnnnt for the offiee to which lie umpires un I t their eonildeiiee that he would make a governor of whom all Michigan would be proud." ieor;o L. lTlce, Kditor the Han cock Journal: "ISoth principal and pride prompt the Kwuiti i 'upper Journal to heartily Indorse the ub r nalorlaj candidacy of (.'base S. Os born. rrinelple In that Mr. Osborn, according to his announced platform. stands ror tliosf measures ami a gen eral course of administration which we believe will make for tlie best pos- IMo pitirc.Ht ,,f the state of Michi gan, and further, in that we believe Mr. Osborn, both as a man and a statesman Is possessed of qualities and ability such that he would not only serve his state with a dejjxeo of effi ciency equalled by very few chief executives but would aid greatly in maintaining Michigan ani'tis the very foremost of the commonwealth of the union. Pride In that the up per penin.-ula is enabled to offer this man to the state." Homer A. vSuek. IMItor tlie Hough ton Minim; tSazctte: "Sentiment In u,,i"r'this section of tho state is altogether 1 ) T 1 1-jfor Mr. osbom not so much because lie happens to be an upper peninsula .man, but more because we all recor ini.e his competency fr tho position." M. V. YouiiKS. Kditor Tlie Calumet INcws: "Osborn, Harmony and A New I Iea!" are just w hat Michigan needs land tlie sloRan tits In nicely in the I resent situation. N t only anions I republicans Is Mr. Osborn popular,' but i'lnnti;' democrats as well, and he comes nearer to beinc the Ideal can didate ,,f nil the people regardless of parlies, than any other man who ever off red lilmsclf for public office in til is state, John 1. Norton, Editor the Ksean npa Press: "I shall give every possible CONDITION OF 0 CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE The first: National Bank OF CALUMP.T Published Pursuant to the Call of the Comptroller of the Currency. NOVEMBER 16th, 1909. ASSETS: ind Exchange Loans and ponds . I'.iIlkillsT Houso ... Five per cent l-'uml over-dralt.s Capital Surpbis Vndivid' I . .., -;t- Stoek paid in 1 Pro'its LIABILITIES: $ c.M.nr.a.iG J.MWI.uTS.SO ;.,m.vo lO.Oiia.jij i sxos J3.5SS,0U.',4 I'ao.noo.OO "."M'.dlMl.'li) L'7.:t77.r.2 r.'.t.Ti.t; vi.'j j l s t.rr.o.iij f s.r.ss.oi i.T t support to the candidacy of Chase S. (lorn for to'vernor, not because of the fact that Mr. Osborn is an upper Peninsula man. but because I know him to be a man of yrcat ability, ab solutely honest, fearless In the cause of rifcht. and one who will make Michigan one of the best governors the state has over had." U. M. Andrews, IMItor the Menom inee Herald-Leader: "The Menominee Herald-Leader la for I'hayo S. On lorn for governor. On every hand we hear favorable expressions wlthnfer- i nee to bis personality ami anility. There is a great surprise In store for those wlo question M. Osborn's Ftrength." Waiter P. Hosking, IMItor the Iron Mountain Trlbunc-tJaxcttc: "The press and public of the upper peninsu la are a unit. They demand Chase Osborn for governor and will give him their unqualified support at the polls, when Hie opportunity presents lt.-a If." P.obrit A. Douglas, Kditor the Iron wood New s-Uecord : "Chase Osb rn will roelve my heartiest support in the primaries and I am confident 4,1 his nomination and election." J. 11. Wilson, Kditor th- Native Copper Times: "The Times is for Chase Osborn because wo appreciate his peculiar fitness for the "office to which he aspires. Mr. Osborn's nom ination of which I have no doubt and his subsequent election to the office of governor w ill give Michigan a new deal, and one that means a square deal." J. D. Spitzer, Kditor the Is) peming Record: "Chase Osborn Is an utile and experhneed public official, thor oughly conscientious, courageous and patriotic and those who know him well .realize he would administer the office of chief executive of this state In a manner highly creditable, not only to himself, but to the common wealth." T, J. Flynn, Kditor Ncgaunce Iron Herald: "Osborn. Harmony and a New peal' has my vote and support." Thomas Conlin, Kditor the Diamond Prill. Crystal Falls: "Mr. Osboin's candidacy is meeting with a line res ponse In Iron county, where ho has been known so long. Mr. Osborn was a resident of this section years a;-o and the friends he made at that time are steadfast as ever. He has cap tured the hearts and won the admira tion of the miners of this section in speeches made here In former days and his following among the work Ingmeti Is very large. I expect to see him get an almost unanimous vote in Iron county." A. H. Wood, Kditor Ornnd Manila Herald: "We are for Chase Osborn. We are for him because we love the i man. we love our state nnd w ish most for Its advancement. Osborn would make a governor Michigan could be proud of." W. (i. Fret a, Kditor the Newberry News; "Should Mr. Osborn be sue c ssful In his ambition. 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Molt Williams, of Marquette, whose Jurisdiction Is the mining region of the upper peninsu la, who can led otT the honors nt the recent conference in t'psala, Swc'dcn, between representatives of the estab lished churchts of Knsland and Swe den. ltihop Williams was u New York state farmer boy In his younger days, who went to Cornell University and later to Hobart college. After serving- In Detroit and Milwaukee, he was sent to northern Michigan as a missionary. So well did he do among the miners that he was later made bishop of n Jurisdiction set off and called Marquette. Last year the Archbishop of Can terbury named a commission to go to t'psala, in response to un Invi tation from the archbishop of Up- sala, and talk over bettor relations between the two communions. Ap preciating how great is the regard of Swedes and (lermans for higher learning, the Kngllsh archbishop se lected tlie bishop of Salisbury to head the Kngllsh part of the com mission that was to go to the great university town of Sweden, The bishop of Salisbury thought It would be well, seeing there ure so many Swedes in America, if an American were a member of the commission. He had heard that ltlsliop Williams knew something about Swedes and so, assuring himself nnd the Kngllsh arclibNhop that the American was to hold a minor place, bo dispatched tho Invitation to Marquette. The commission has just concluded Its sittings In Upsala, where Us de liberations attracted wide attention In Swedish and tJerman papers. The In fluence of the (lermans was n great that, acting through their foreign of fice, they Induced the Swedish bishops to have nothing to do with the meet ing, save only two of them German diplomacy did not want Kngllsh church diplomacy to get any more advantage than it could help. The personal triumph of the Am erican bishop was, according to nil accounts, complete, says the Hoston Transcript. And it was won on merit. Very early In the deliberations the English members of the commission were floored by the technical points relating to Swedish religious history. The only one left was the American, and he seems to have been more than able to hold bis own. Speaking the Swedish language per fectly, he soon had the Swedish mem bers of the commission at attention over his wonderful and Intimate knowledge of their nffalrs. It seems he bad spent mnny months searching Swedish archives and going over things that the Swedes themselves had not secured. Introduced and hon ored by the king and the crow n prince, the American bishop was able to tell to them stories of the thirty years' war, of the reformation, which they had never heard. So marked was his triumph. It Is said, that he beenme quite the leading figure of the com mission, overshadowing easily the Eng lish commissioners. In scholastic mat ters, nt one of the most ancient scats of learning, the American easily car rl"d away hluh credit for scholarship. This eonferniee over Swedish orders has a practical bearing for America. There are here from l.r.on.ono to 2.000,. 000 Swedes. While In Sweden prac tically all belong to th state church, coming to America many fall away, partly from changed conditions but partly from requirements lure. These requirements Include evangelical con version and prohibition of Masonry LAURIUM COUNCIL 10 HEAR KtrORIS AI HfXT MCtTIKG Session Will be Held Week hrom Next Thursdjy, Dc. 7, Wnen Villaoo Treavurjr, Clerk, Street Committee and Liaht and Water Committees Will Present fctato meats. The mxt meeting of the village council will bo held Horn next Tuesday, Iecembcr elal n polls ale to be receive. Kauriui.i a we 7. S. !, among them tlie village tleasurei'B, the. clerks sir.it committee's and lighting and water committees'. the water committee's report will el one of the motd impoi tant. 11 win deal with the question ill general anJ particularly meters. The number - meters Installed during the past two months Is large, and it la expected that many more will be put Into com mission during the next two or three months. No one has raised the slignt- t objection to the 'installation of mo tels, believing that they are lor uu general good. The street and lighting committees will report on the condition of the stnets and the lighting facilities of the village. The former committee will also bring In u formal report show ing that the playground located at the corner of Heela and First streets has been completed. It was. Inspected by this committee. Just before snow fell, and commended. The extra lights that were ord.'ivd by the council at the last meeting are being installed. They are the Tungsten make and will give the village tho additional lighting facilities needed. Treasurer liaggiore's report will show a big reduction In the amount of real estate and personal taxes out standing in the village. The treasurer has made a special effort to reduce the taxes during tho past few days. ATTENDED MOTHER'S FUNERAL. ff1 X JJ) WAI.VIADETO SUIT THE PLAY ER. GILBERT FLETCHER HOCKEY STICKS. Made of Krmvtl, iWk Kim. Used almost xclusUe ly by Mohawk. Uea Jatk Kaurlum &' Houghton t. ii,, ......iv vi hi.. .Montreal ". ilerers, Champion,, World. Th. iui- "f tl 1 M II i J i ; Icon i n.i j .ij ir, me last est in uiu game, uses else. nun "tiling The Genuine Golden Skating Shoes $3.50 The 1910 Hock. ey bkatr Lunn Pattern Ameri can Mke $5.00 per Pair . Large assortment of Skis, Sfcighs & Coasters new in stock, priced to please the buyer. CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY PHONE 164. 400 fltTH STREET CALUMET, MICH Ladies Admitted Free TONIGHT To the oyal Theatre When Accompanied by One Paid 10 ct. Ticket Attorney Bateman is Hon: From Park River, North Dakota. Attorney William A. ltateman and wife returned yesterday from Park Iilver, N. P.. where they attended the funeral of Attorney Hateman's mother, Mrs. Mary ltateman. The decedent was Interred last Saturday. She was uroiI 76 years, and is survived by her husband, who Is imcd 87 years, and several sons and daughters. All of the sons and daughters attended the funer al with the exception of two sons, M. Ii. ltateman of Spokane, and A Ilate mnn of Portland, Ore. Those In attendance nt the funeral were S. V. ltateman, at whose home the late Mrs. ltateman died; Attorney W. A. Pateman of Calumet; Herbert of Cooporstown, X. D.; KM, of the Son; Mrs. Hicks of (lllbert Plains. Man.; Mrs. Schumann of Trends, N. I.; and Mrs. John Williams, husband, and fam ily, of Maza. N. D. FARMERS HAVE MADE MONEY. Speaking of conditions In North Da kota, where he has recently visited, Attorney W. A. ltateman said condi tions there are very prosperous. Par mer are riding to town from their farms In automobiles and have plenty of cash In the banks. "The wheat crops have been ex cellent the past summer," said Mr. ltateman, "and the farmers have mad1 a lot of money, getting 05 cents pr bushel for the product." Attorney Hntemnn claims the distinction of be ing the first school teacher In Parte River, and says that he was heartl'v welcomed by many of his former pu pils and other friends. one who would be an honor to the state and the whole people. His elec tion, more than any other candidate, would do much to restore harmony among the warring factions of his par ly. CJIve us u new deal." fjeorge It. Holbein, Kditor Manis tlque Pioneer-Tribune; "As every by. al citizen of the upper peninsula should be, I am a loyal nnd ardent supporter of Hon. Chase S. Osborn's candidacy for the governorship. In this I am not solely actuated by the fact that Mr. Osborn Is n resident of this section of tho state, but bis quali fications, ability and experlenco are such that lie would, If nominated atid elected, make ' the best governor Michigan lias ever had," To print a list of nil the editorial endorsements of the upper peninsula press would be to call the roll of practically every paper published In the Twelfth district. Space forbids further quotations. The foregoing, however, correctly reflects the senti ment of the press as : unit. Can such rplendld unique and significant unan imity be found elsewhere In Michigan In behalf of any gubernatorial candidate? and other secret societies. The result Is that only about 300,000 Swedes be long to all Protestant bodies. Luther an. Methodist, P.aptlst and nil. The effort Is to create n condition that will get and hold this vast number of lapsed members. Various expedients were considered nj T'psala, but thero was lack of au thority to treat and change, and so nothing beyond fin agreement to give further study to the matter was accomplished. There Is some talk. It is said, of consecrating a Swedish ecclesiastic for America, and sending lilm here to negotiate, but It Is nald that Swedish Lutherans In America may resent It as Intrusion and dicta tion. Hundreds of thousands of men nnd women, nnd they of the highest northern Europe type, are Involved. It Is, however, one of the most diffi cult tasks In the world to deal with this one of religious prejudice and preference. CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTltD Girl for general house work. Apply 13 Willow ave. X FOP. RENT. TOR HUNT Two rooms at reason able rates. 203 Pcwablc (street, Lau Foil 11KNT S room house, corner lioiindary and Third sts., modern Improvements. Applv It. C. Wcldon, 1131 Calumet uve. 14 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EMBALMER Phone 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlors at the Old Stand MASSEUR TREATMENT. FOR SALE. FOIt SALK Cheap, single horse plat form draw sled, l'hone 03 L-l, or call 437 Tamarack st. TYPEWRITERS. Save V4, late Smith, Rem., Oliver, Underwood, f 25. On trial. 3 monthly. Catalog free. Det. Tvnr. Co.. 379 Shelby St.. Detroit. 11 FOR SALE Two-seated, upholstered sleigh, a bargain if taken at one Apply at Calumet Ham. 13 FOR SALE Fine piano. Apply 3i Jacket. new 4 7th Mecklenburg street. It l X WANTED. LAURIUM BREVITIES. Justice Armlt has received a total of LIS applications for deer licenses this season. This constitutes a rec ord for the village of Lnurlum. Fred Williams, of Kearsarge street, has accepted n position at the Du pont Powder works, nt Senter. He Is engaged In the erection of the com pany's powder plant. Frank Williams nnd John Prlsk, of Lnurlum, were Keweenaw county vis itors yesterday on business. Herman Allow, of Ahmeek, has been taken to the Calumet Public hospital for treatment. WE OFFER A SELECTION OF DIAMOND RINGS AT $7.50, $10.00. $15.03, $18.00 AND UP TO $30.00 WHICH ARE REALLY EXCEPTIONAL IN QUALITY AND VAL UE. IN MOUNTING THESE RINGS WE CHOOSE THE STONES WITH AS GREAT CARE AS WE DO OUR MOST EXPENSIVE DIAMONDS. WE DO NOT BUY A WHOLE PAPER OF ASSORTFn r.mnro but OUT EACH STONE SEPARATELY AND UNDER A GLASS AND SE LECT ONLY THOSE OF CHOICE COLOR AND QUALITY. WE CHARGE NO MORE FOR THESE CHOICE GOODS THAN YO J WILL PAY FOR INFERIOR GRADES, AND THEIR SUPERIOR BRI . LIANCY IS QUICKLY SEEN WHEN A COMPARISON IS MADE. WARREN JEWELRY CO, WANTED Clean cotton rags. Will pay 3 cents per lb. At Calumet News ofllce. WANTED To rent .a six-room house, conveniently located In lied Jacket, Call 411 J-2. LUST AND rOUND. LOST Gold rimmed back comb, be tween tho Tamarack store and the Calumet High school. Return to (5a zette office, Calumet. Reward. 13 All of Lnurlum's real estato and personal taxes have been paid, with the exception of $4.00. A large num ber of taxpayers have squared up dur ing the past few days. Members of Calumet Council, Knights of Columbus, went to Hub bell this morning by special street car to attend the funeral of the late Charles McOee, Mrs. Hilda 11. Olson j Midwife, Massucr Treatment for Rheumatism & Eczema etc. 3966 Wedge St. NEWTOWN JEWELERS. A. FAHLEN&CO. JEWELERS WATCH REPAIRING A SPICIALTY Complete Stock of Mrst Class Jewelry 407 Fifth St. :: Calumet DENTISTS. National Dentists Dr. C. E. SHELDEN. Mgr. LISA BLOCK 301 Sixth St. CALUMET TAILORS. Tailored Clothes to Measure RIGHT PRICES J. J. Werschay SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR TO ORDf R S. E. Corner Oak & 5th St., Upstairs. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J. C. POISY, MUSIC ST0KCS H.iHauKrtrr at VICTOR. COLUMBIA and CDISON Talking Machines and Records Phone 324 J1. Phone 503 Jt. 320 Heela St., Laurium. 441 Fifth St.! Calumet. Subscribe xor The frem. News Want Ads. bring results. COLLEGES. Michigan College of Mines F. W. McNAIR, President. Located In the Lake Superior dis trict Mines and mills accessible for College work. For Xcnr Book and Rec ord of Graduates apply to President o? Secretary. HOUGHTON MICHIGAN STATIONERS. LEIKAS & Co. Souvenir Post Cards t Writing Materials Fancy Stationery 439 FIFTH ST., CALUMET INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Phone No. 1 Office 208 fifth St. SGHNELLER & LAWRENCE FIRE, LIFE. ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE Real Estate and Loans Calumet BAKERIES. CROATIAN--SLOVENIAN BAKERY German Rye and Vienna Bread, Cakes, rolls and Biscuits. Fancy Cooking to OrtJer. 813 Portland St. Near Freight Depot- FLOWERS' AND PLANTS. ESTATE A. M. YORK. All chnleo cut flowers In season. Wh In need try ours. Correspondence wth nutslrlo parties who desire first eta" stork Invited. Send for quotations. Laurium rirnnch: Hancock: Cor. 3rd t Osceola Sts. Quiney St.