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THE CALUMET NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1913. fipudkton Department TELEPHONE SOUTH 1 ! CLAIMS HE SIGNED PROPERTY ! AWAY WHILE HE WAS DRUNK j John Stelmarjesky Sues M. MinZ' ghor in Assumpsit t ' Action. SUPERIOR MIKE NOW ON LAND daughter, all of w hom live west of the, vHI.iko. They are Mioses Helen IJviuLt mid Myrtle Harper. c'a William Tn gcii'ng of Ripley l.t a half brother of the dead man and ho Is caring for hU body which was re moved t) Krtllwltz' morgue In U u.'iiton. Mr. Harper was u member of the Kaslcs of llaniwk and It Is probable they will hav charge of the funeral, the time of which will Lo an nounced later. OFFICES TO BE ELEGANT. New Brokerage Rooms of Paine, Web- In an Hs-uimpdt tu-tlon brought in ber & Co. Contracted For. J the circuit court. J..lin Mclinarj. Ky is 1'alne. Webber & Co. yesterday let try in- to collect from Matt Miii.h..r the contract for the interior work In I of liurontovvn a sum of money which i their new brokerage offices, which will I ho claims is !no him from the sale of hhtui y the space now used In the hel Vn-I)ee block by the Hoard of buffet. Robert Hrand & Sons (of the plaintiff that he was b receive ii'o. of Osdikotdi, Wis., will furnish ami from the ilefen.lant Jl.l.'ai f..r the land. I'lace the interior woodwork In the t the i ny to be paid $vM t, him and'1"'11' rooms and the blackboard, which - - the balanee to hi.- wife. jwi l occupy one wall of the back room Slelm ii j. Ky !. represented !n court N-f the store, Is to be constructed by by Attorney Deeii L. Robhison anil the j Rornh. iff & Co. of Chicago, who re , defense Is bcin.; handled by Attorney S j nt!y pl ie d tho largo board In the . ., Hurritt i r.urritt of Hmeo.k. T!.oic5:,' & Stur-is offices. the property mi which is now located Shel I the Superior mine. It Is the contention Trudf defense claims that they have the re ceipts lillil the deed duly sinned by the plaint iif but he contends that he had been pi ven a drink of s -mcthlng in a The furnishings of the new rooms wid be of mahogany, with chipped plate glass panels and bronze grill work. (M e of the nice things about the Hancock saloon at the tlm- he signed ( pla n for the new office Is the urrange the papers and thmiuht that he wasMnent of the rooms, a matter to which signing only :m option i n the property, i Manager ltyrne has given a great deal Some twelve years aim this same re.id anJ tell stories to the children and all the children of tho township are Invited. PAINTINGS FOR SCHOOLS. August KrellwiU has Just finished framing two beautiful pictures for the schools. Roth are large color prints of water color sketches by tho great architect and artist. Jules tJuerin of New York. One represents the Capl tol in Washington and will be hung in the eighth grade room at tho Kast Houghton school and the other, which represents Independence Hall In Phil adelphl.i. will be placed in the Central school building. Miss Nye. who teaches art In the schools, rejiorts that the picture of Sir Clalahad, which has been ordered bv the pupils of the sixth grade at the Kast Houghton school, should arrive In Houghton within a week and w ill bo Immediately framed and hung In their room. The children bought the pie ture with the $5 they received from Col. French for selling the greatest number of tickets to his lecture of any school-mom in the village. The school board pays for the framing of the pic ture. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. property or rather the mineral rights thereon, was sold to Joseph Croze and some i.ssociate.: f,,r $?,) and they transferred these rights a few years later nt a great profit but without realiint- that the property would ever he worth what it is today, it being es timated as worth fully three millions of dollars. LAKE LINDEN SENDS IN ROLL. The village of Lake Linden has, through Oliver I '.aril, the village treas M'er, returned the l!"Ht tax list for the illaee t" Canty Treasurer P.aslil. ih. Tlie total ib-!i.uents on the list amount to Sl.'.Mfi. The i!!i,'.. of H..uhton and Hubbell turned in their lists some time ago. CITIZENSHIP APPLICATIONS. Charl Karl.v.n of Hancock who came from Finland ia the p. i t of Philadel phia in ivv.; and Joseph Marked, who intend the country in lVO by the port of the So,, jniil who also now lives In Hancock. Mich., filed their applications for see,,nd itizf r.ship papers with Cunty Cl- rk Pi. hards. n this morn- FARMERS' UNION ELECTS. The Farmers' Industrial union at , tlielr meeting j n,a.-.s, ii Satuiday I I'-ai'i uie report or me committee on by-laws and adopted tho Set or rill, s reported by the commit tee. Tin re were a iarpe number of farmers from that dNtri.-t present and after the committee had reported the following officers ware elected: lid. Miehaud. j, resident; Win. Xiemi, ice president; Win. Lai me. treasurer and John I). Pish, secretary. Joseph La Hue is to be the lecturer for the union and will l-.i to oth, r towns hereabouts ami assist in th locals of th of attention, having InsiK-cted all the leading brokerage offices in Chicago to determine the most satisfactory man ner of using the space available. It has been decided to utilize all the large Shi Id- n street rooms for offices lor the officers and employes of the firm and a lobby through which the customers may pass to the quotation room .at the rear. This latter room will contain little aside from the blackboard and n couple of bo iths for phones and the operators di sk. the greater portion of the space being devoted to the use of the cus tomers and the public. Xext to this ro .m in front will be the room for the bookkeepers and in front of this a room where customers may examine their accounts, jn addition to the man. agr's office and a reception room. Manager pyrne says that he thinks the new rooms will be the most satis factorily arranged of any in this part iof the country and he will put In every Jarticle available for the comfort of the firm's patrons. Buffet Also Will be Fine. j.eiorp me nroKerage offices are started the rooms recently vacated by Cay & Sturgis on the first floor of the building and fronting Isle Roynlo street will be fully overhauled am placid in fine condition for the re c. ption of the Hoard of Trade buffet, This contract also was secured by the f'shkosh firm and they say that the interior of th.. buffet will be verv fine n as 1 heir room is fixed up they will occupy It and then the workmen will start to remodel the brokerage offices. SENDS BEST WISHES. am.alioji ,,f ..tl,, union. JOHN HARPER DEAD. Old Ferryman of Porta3e pires at St. Joseph's H Ji.hn Harp, r, w ho for th years das run a store ,!t t : ""I "f if,,, ,-).),, uh, y ars p;e j,,,,.- (,, t,,,t tj,ni. pas j-:-. r f. r.y a, r-.s.s th. I'"l"t in ar tie- o! ! Atlai.tic li' d pi; .- ::,,,r:,m- at Si. J, futal in If ,n- .!,. .ir Ifarpe,- ),.,. in po,.r he,.!th for -. v ral ml. nth "I until Sat'ir.l iy tfi.it ) i!' tl'at his friends thought :t b-' vi- hiai rei,,,, ,1 to tii" 1,11s-lb- w; - MiffeTin.g- from a c,m- II of Lake Ex- Dpital. la-f I-, Ve , e r a I Ji t for the ::; op. rated ,i lake ;,t a .-tamp .'p!iV Xarnegie Thanks Given Houghton for j Invitation to Library Opening. The H iiiirhtoii public library board , reiently sent to Andrew Carnegie, the man who has made possible the hous jing of public literature In the beautl ful building which will be dedicated Friday, an invitation to be present at I th- formal opening of the institution They yesterday received the following b ttr iii reply: Houghton Public Library, Houghton, Michigan: Mr. (artngle tenders his thanks to the people of Houghton for their kind invitation to attend the opening of the n.-w library und regrets it is Impossible for him to accept. He begs to Rend !"m jhis best wishes for the library and the it hut be. W f . t fatal, pin at, The II d. w h a f r,i irs old. n (:.' a'lout oaie b. re from Crn v l.t to the p.!a I; Hill-. e.I I her'- oliiy l, si.c t ttlifl-' b.Te. Jfe S ;.- i.- a miii. r lu t'i" At M, a. ' id, r,t i;:'-ap o i at v, oi k a nd h start 1 an ) r y.-ars, la III " J. hie tl - i rv oia in the h le Tim. by thr happiness or all the people of Hough ton, Respectfully, James Rcrtram, Private Secretary." Paginning Saturday morning at 9 o'clock the new library will bo open for tin- loaning of books each day from 2 o'clof k In the afternoon until nine in the evening, except Saturdays when it will be- open from f In the morning until 0 In the evening. The reference and reading rooms will also observe the same hours. From 3 until 4 o'clock each Saturday tin re win be a "children' hour," when the little folks will be Introduced to the ,en, fits ,,( the library and Instruct ed In the use of books and charts. The first of these sessions will occur next Saturday and Miss Anna N'yo, who di re, ts tin- work of the kindergarten In the public schools, will have charge of the reading session that day. She will William J. Rashlclgh of Aurora, Mln nesota. Is spending a few days with his brother. County Treasurer Edgar Rashlclgh. Houghton village council will meet the 2Sth of the month in a special ses sion to arrange for the village caucus and election. Dr. J. T. Rerry has returned after a trii to Minneapolis and Chicago. Mrs. William Orenstein and her lit tle son. Sylvan, have returned to their homo In Houghton after upending several weeks at Mrs. Orensteln'g old home In St. Paul, where Mrs. Orenstein was called by the Illness and subse quent death of her father. Sam E. Ryrne has returned from a visit to Chicago, whence he went In nuest of Ideas for the new arrangement of the Talne. Webber & Co. brokerage offices. He visited several of the lead ing offices In the big city. W. J. Creltz has returned from a trip to Duluth. The Houghton Osborn club wMl meet at the village hall tomorrow night. Thomas Mullen of Gay & Sturcli has returned from a visit to his old home Jn St. James. Minn Fred F. Barkow of Menominee Is In the copper country in the interest of the Ann Arbor railroad, of which he is traveling freight agent. O. J. Cahlll. traveling freight agent for the Grand Trunk, is calling upon the railroads and shippers up herj hi me Interests of his road. He Is from Milwaukee. K. T. McKeever. vice-president and general manager of the Copper Ranps railroad, was in Houghton yesterday, having Just returned from Grand Rap ids where he attended the batuiun given by the Michigan Republican ....b At this dinner he met all the men who are striving to be nominated far gov ernor of the state. Mr. McKeeve. bff last evening for Chicago cn busln. s- for the road. James Thomas of Houghton has re ceived word from his son. Leonard, who is travelling in California with Kiderlck Cornellier that he officiated u best man at the wedding tt Irving Runkel, a former Houghton boy, whose marriage took place in Los Angeles hist month. F. V. Thompson of Duncan town ship has received a bounty of $73 far three wolves ho killed on his farm last week. Miss Ida Hummel! has returned to her home In Madison. Wis., havln r been In Houghton to attend the funeral of her little niece, the Infant of Mr. and Mrs. V. R Shaw, Jr., of Fast Houghton. "William Ople of Calumet has taken a position as telegraph operator In th Houghton office of Gay & Sturgls. Marriage licenses have been Issued by tho county clerk for the wedding of Fred Williams of Kearsarge to Car rie V. Rule of the same place and John Nelson to Annie Hiltunoii, both from Hancock. R. Rrlmacombe of Rutte niid. J. L. Sampson of Salt Lake City wcr among those registered at the Dons- lass yesterday., Mrs. It. T. Harry, her son, Shclden Harry, and his friend, littlo Joe Roe have returned from the automobile show In Chicago. James Wive! Is the new head book keeper In the atorc of f. Miller. Miss Gertrudo Mowatt and Miss Mary Mowatt of Ashland are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mann at the Douglass house. WILLIE WISE. (TAXDON ME AvV Vf N EKABLE TKft NO I DO) Ol WUikHll 1VUIIV IIWI II.C.I' I I I I NrSH TO ATTRACT HIS ATRNTION I MOISTEN ATYLIPS.ATTEKVVHrCH I J TUCKER VVY MOUTf t AND BY FORCING AHUOMAr LUNGS, IT CrU5tS ( s AtE TO EM I T ATI EKCIN& 50l)NP "WKICH TS USUALLY - r- TT-r" -n rAT.T.FTl WVtT.STT TNffV fi -i " i lAw.j'ilj call you.s. I GOES TO HELP GOVERN PHILIPPINES. ONE DOSE WILL RELEIVE INDIGESTION, STOMACH CAS, HEARTBURN OR HEADACHE Take a Little Cispeptin Now and Your Stomach Will Feel Fin in Fie Minutes There is Not a Ms.i or Woman in Calumet Who Surfers Who Csn Afford to Lcive Dispepin Untried. o-irht hei-. ri at fa tr Mibl to V- k of I ri nt aT.y will .1, Fv ry f.im1! 1 r s.aii" Ii i pi -in In t o:,i of , mi in i y ha v .!lget em or H'"ri..'o time, day r night. Tii' h irn.l. ss r pjiratl n pe.-t anytliing ym at and o; . reom" ,1 dlstrfssed. iiiil-f.f-or.lir stomach Ilv" 'tnlnufis afterward". If your nuals .b.n't t'-mpt ymj, or what litll" yon do ent seems t, fill you. or lays like a lump ,f lead In ymr stomach, or if ya have h'srthiirn. that Is a sign of I r.il ! ' stiun. Ask yjur riiannacisi tor a C0-ce.it case of Rape's Dlapepsln and take a Hi lie Just us soon as you can. There ui'l he no sour risings, no belching of nt. digested food mixed with acid, n i stomach gas or heartburn, fullness r he. ivy feeling In the stomach, Nau se.i. Debilitating Headaches, Dixzlness or Intestinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, there will be no sour food I. ft over In the stomach to poison your !r-:ith with nauseous odors. Rape's Dlapepsln is n certain cure f r out-of-order stomachs, because It prevents fermentation and takes hold of your food and digests it Just the same us if your stomach wasn't there. It- Ilef in five minutes from all stom al h misery is at any drug store, wait ing for you. These large fiO-cent rases contain more than sufficient to cure almost any chronic case of Dyspepsia, Indl V'stiyn or any other Stomach trouble. r WMBwHUMVuhMkMHIWHk If 'S ' ' A if . f II - j LUTON V. GILBERT. THE PORTO RICO WAV. People There Eat Orangej More Deft ly Than Many Others. 'There are ways im,T ways of eatiii,' an orange," n marked a man who had Just returned from a winter trip to the West Indies. "Refore I went to Jamaica and Rort ) Rico I USed to si rip off tho rind, break up the fruit and. put the different sections into my mouth, pith and all; but down in th" Island where they grow oranges I learned some mighty good wrinkles. "I was a guest one evening at tho table of a planter hi Jamaica. When dessert time came around the h-iste.-s asked me If she might l I an orange for me. She took a sharp knife and ueiuy remove. i the outer skin only. She began at the top and worked h way to me bottom, throwing the skin aside .In one unbroken strip about 12 inches long. This left the orange still covered with the spongy white pith. "Fhe then sliced it across horizon, tally and handed nie the two sections. I v. atched wiiat tho other guests did and bit Into the expanse of golden fruit th.it was temptingly exposed.. I found that the outer pith prevented any o! the Juice from escaping, while the orange having been cut across it was possible to get at all the meat and leave the worthless portion b.-hlnd. Thne was no acid rind to burn biy lips, and I realized I had never fully enjoyed an orange. This same woman called my atten tion to the fact that she had not di vided tho fruit into e.pial portion and that the smaller portion had been the s.v.ctcr. I asked for an explanation, and li! lold me that as soon as an c range begins to ripen on the tree the aweetenlp-' iratter sinks to the lower end. :nvnv frmrt tli ul.in tli.it it. i a man a secret and he tells It'rea.ou they always cut the sweet end to his wife, and when sho In turn re- j smaller In Jamaica. Thev eat the larg peats It ho has a great deal to say ; er H.rti.m first, reserving what thev about a woman not being nblo to keep call the head as a tit-bit. a Eecrct.-Atchi.on Globe. j ,.A ,Jllly ln Vi)Ttl) nWn 1OWpd mo Indianipolis. Ind., Feb. 16. Luton W. Gilbert, . former member of con gre.s from Indiana, has Just received his appointment from President Taft niuking him vice governor of the Rhll lipptnes to fill the vacancy caused by the advancement of Governor Generul Forbes. , When thousands of women say that they have heen cured of their ailments by a certain remedy, does this nut prove the merit of that remedy ? Thousands of women have written the story of their suffering, and have told how they were freed from it by Lydia H. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound for thirty years these reports have been published all over America. Without great merit this medicine could never have gained the largest sale of any remedy for woman's ills never could have become known and prized in nearly every country in the world. Can any woman let prejudice stand between her and that which will restore her health? If you believe those who have tried it you know this medicine docs cure. Read this letter from a grateful woman, then make up your mind to give Mrs. Pinkharn's medicine a chance to cure you. liroolilyii, X. Y. "I am n firm IoIiovrr in Lyd'a Tl. Pint nam's Ve'table C'oinponiMl. I was a jrrrnt stiflon'r from orjennie. fcmsilo troubles for year, ami almost despaired of ever beinf well asruiti. I bad boarin-down pains, baekach?, be.Kladuj and pains in my abdomen, and tried iWrs. i'inkiiam's Compound as n last resort, Tb result was astonishing;', mid I have used it and advoealed it ever si nee. It In a prreafc boon to expectant mothers. 1 have often said that I should like to have its merit thrown on tho sky with a search-liht so that women would read and he con v I need t hat the re i:? a remedy f or t heir sufferings, lily husband joins me in its pr.itee. Ho hns used it for Kidney trouble and leeu entirely cured." Mrs. 13. A. libhop, ID 15 Atlantic Ave., iirooklyn, K. Y. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound lr3 been the standard remedy for female illj. No Mek woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, miti has thousands of cures to its credit rw?3- Sirs. Pinkham invites nl! sick women ti?1 to write her for advice. She has guulud thousands to health free of charge. Address TIrs. iaJtliauj, JLyun, Dlasg. Don't Tell a Man a Secret. iiroilu-r stunt. She bean to jeel an oraiiKe as tlie Jamaica "woman had lor.e , but stoniioil about one-quarter of the way down. She then ran th" knife Into the peeled nd and cut away a conical xoetion of fruit.' "The hole that resulted been me rap Idly tilled with juice, and. following her directions. I nicked it. Hquciv.in,: the oraiu.e m I did. so. I had if squeezed dry in n i time. K'-ttliitf on'y the pure Juice Into my Mouth. "1 he nit (die made opened all the section Into which an orange Is di vided. Knmisli of the rind was left to prevent the fruit from bunding, while one end hail been peeled to save my lips from ,clii! burned. Then jiL'aln, 'i was Introduced to what the We.U Indians call the n.iniiie oran.ire. A riannle Is one that has been allowed to remain on the tree un til it li wrinkb d and withered. ulmo:d tried out. Such sm orange Is ID times as sweet as any other. They're n d sold here because the deal ra tliinlc they tire spoiled. They're rii'Jit. if. ceur.se. If the fruit withers after it : plucked, it Is no K'Hid. I'.ut t!ie n-t time you see a wrinkled old ir,:n:,v on a sland. buy It Just b-r lick. U may be n n.innie." New York Sun. . Honor. Honor Ss that quality which prompts n man to avenge attacks upon Ms own vou.en. but falls to restrain him from tnakiiifr attacks upon other men's women. Smart Set. Making a Life. Many a man has made a Rood lir Ins who has. made a poor life. Some men have made splendid lives who have made very moderate and even scanty livings. Success Magazine. News wait ads UrUis resalta. News want ads briny; results. WEEPING ANIMALS. Travellers through the Syrian deport have seen horses weep from thirst. A mule has been seen to cry from th" pain of an Injured foot, nnd camel ', !t Is said, ijhed tears ln streams. A cow sold, by its mistress, who hnd tended from calf-hood, wept plt'fully. A younjr soko ape t'sed to cry with vex ation If Livingstone didn't nurse it ln bis arms when it akcd htm to. Wounded apes have died crying, and apes have wept over their younji ones slain by hunters. A chimpanzee train- d to enrry water Juss broke one and cried, which proved sorrow, though it wouldn't mend the Jug. .Hats, discov ering their young drowned have been moved to tnrs of grief. A giraffe hlch a huntma-'s rifle had Injured. began to cry when approached. Sen ms often weep over the loss of their young. ooruon Cummlng observed tears trickling down the face of a dy ing elephant. And even an orangou tang when deprived of Its mango was so vexed that It took to weeping. There ts little doubt, therefore, that animals io cry from grief or weep from palti or annoyance. Harper's Weekly. II rl i ' r Tl - ir v ii Or ALL 0 If ysi 111 Half of the world's production of nickel comes from the United States. SABLES I 94 WW nil E OUR CLOAK AND FDR DEPARTMENT Ladies' and Children's Coats Trt FROM ONE QUARTTR TO ONE HALF OFF. S mdcls se,,,nfi at . .'.Ladies' Coats ...... . $6.50 to $15.00 ':':t-ryiisses' and Children's Coats $1.50 to $7.50 FitSS ' Little chanfie is made in the style of Furs. A purchase made now will save & you many dollars, and the Furs will be just as stylish next season w" need - ..the room, you get the benefit of the reduction of ONE I OU ART FT? OFF You cannot afford to pass this up VUAKlfcR Off. Ftir Coats and Jacket $15 to $67.50 Fur Sets $4.00 to $30 Advance Styles in Ladies' and suits, 3Kirts and Waists tt X!11 fin rri I rtrrr t r -r 1- U 1 '. Styles in Tailored Skirts and Waists, and values gSr fhm eve? 6 ERTIN BROTHER ii