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"wgDNtSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1910.
HANCOCK BIG OSBORN RALLY HtRE TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH I Arrangements Being Made for Meeting at City Hall for Osborn Workers. COMMITTEES ARE APPOINTED U is announced that a big Osborn rally In to be hebl in Hancock on Tuesday evening, March 1, ut the city hull under the auspices of the Hancock OHlntrn club. It will be a rousing uf fiiir, and besides local speakers several of considerable prominence, from out side will be present and make uddrcss es on state politics and the Osborn gubernatorial candidacy. A band will 1,( engaged and efforts will be made to get out a big crowd, which should not I,., a difficult matter In view of the ( isbom enthusiasm throughout the ,,,iicr country. At the meeting of the ward commit tees and officers of the Hancock Os born club held last night at the city l.ill additional workers were appoint ed, to work In connection with the ward committee men and officers of the club selected at the first meeting of the organization. The ward committee men chosen nre as follows: First ward fjeorge Taylor, Matt Ttennls, Kdward Lassie, K. A. Hen dricksen, K. J. Penberthy, and R. Mur phy. Second ward Arthur Pinley, August jvlto, Napoleon Ongle, Paul Ruppe, Albert Ley, Charles Aslala. Third ward Alfred Congdon, F. M. I'enniston, John H. Tibor, Jacob OJala, (ieorge 1'rlce, Anton Lussera. Fourth ward Jay Ianctot, R. H. Hosking, Captain Peterson, F.rik An licuci, Andrew W'untaja, Joseph Drou- m. HIBERNIANS BEAT MILITIA; SEASON ENDS THIS MONTH The Hibernian indoor baseball team defeated the Houghton Light Infantry In the regular scheduled game at the Ocrmanlu hall last evening by the score of 3 to 0. It wus a closely con tested match and witnessed by a good sized crowd. Carney and Stack and Harries nnd Anderson were the batter ies for the Hibernians and Militia, re spectively, and good work was done on both sides. Carney struck out 20 men nnd Rarnes 18, Carney was found for four hits, llarnes for four, nnd each allowed one base on balls. This was only the third free pass allowed by Carney this season. Two baggers were made by A. Anderson, llarnes and Car ncy. The score by Innings was as follows: Hibernians 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 03 Militia 0 0000000 00 On Thursday evening the Hibernians and Trlmountaln Indoor baseball teams will play here, nnd a big attendance Is anticipated ns the two teams are the leaders In their respective leagues and both nre exceedingly fast and skillful dggregatlons. It has been decided by the indoor baseball league to discontinue the se ries at the end of the present month, instead of continuing until the end of March. This action Is taken because of the falling off in attendance since the holidays, so that it is thought it would not pay to" keep on until the schedule is . finished. FELL FROM SCAFFOLD. Thomas Mutin, employed by the Wis. cousin Rrldge and Iron company on construction work at the No. 2 shaft of the Hancock mine In West Hancock, fell from a scaffold while at work this morning. He dropped a distance of eight or ten feet and was picked up unconscious. He was carried to his home and a physician summoned, but on examination it was found that al though severely bruised, Mr. Munn had sustained no broken bones or se rious injury. LUOMA INQUEST TONIGHT. The Inquest Into the death of Frank Luoma, who was run over by a Copper Range trnln Saturday night nt the Houghton end of the county bridge, will be held this evening In the office of Justice C. O. Olivier, Hich wHltl Story in a nut-shell. WiNJy' Adulteration ) Cheap tftfh Impurity Baking ) &Sj, Unhcalthfulncss J Powder 1 1 Indifferent Leavening Residue of Rochelle Salts Most Leavening Power CALUMET Purest Ingredients , BMCHjfG. Moderate Price Received Highest Award World's Pur Food Exposition FRANKLIN MEN IN DUEL OVER A RAZOR STROP Frank Tabaracchl of Franklin, wai arrestee Monday night en a charge of assault with Intent to kill and a slnv liar warrant lias been Issued for the arrest of Emillo Mugnanl. also of Franklin, who Is now lying at his Franklin' boarding house, with tils throat slashed and a number of bad cuts about his chest. The two men en gaged in a fight Sunday night, the cause being, It Is claimed, a razor strop which each claimed. They went out side to settle the dispute and In the fight that ensued Mugnanl hit Taba racchl over the head with a stick, fell ing him. The latter soon regained his consciousness and Ktruck at his oppo nent with a rnxor, Inflicting n deep slash In the tatter's throat. Tabaracchl win arrested on Monday evening by the sheriff and Mugnanl will be arrest ed us soon as his Injuries permit. RESERVES SKATING PARTY. The ideating party given last even ing In the Amphldrome by the Han cock naval reserves was a decided suc cess, there being a large attendanee from both sides of the lake and many being present from Lake Linden nnd Hollar Ray. The uniforms of the sailors, and other mllltla organizations to which Invitations had been extend ed, gave a brilliancy to the spectacle that was very pleasing, and the musl cnl program by the Qulney band was the best that could be arranged. SOME COMING ATTRACTIONS. Musical and Dramatic Productions Booked for Kerredge in March Resides the D'Urbano Italian band, which comes to the Kerredge theater on MonJuv next for a week's stay, with matinee and evening entertain . a th.r, nr a number of other first-class attractions booked by Man ager Kerredge for the local play house during the month of March. On March 1 and 2. Lyman H. Howe's fa mous movlne pictures, the very best of their kind, will appear in on entirely new program. The Howe pictures, besides depicting scenes and occurrence- of more than ordinary Interest nrP Presented with accompanying ef fects of American army life, secured .!..... .innoiinl courtesies extended to Mr. Howe by the United States gov eminent. Every branch of the service i uoen In barracks, in action, on pa- rude and Includes pictures of promi nent army nnd navy officers. A Java volcano in eruption, gale at sea. win in Switzerland and other views make the program a very at Irnrtlvo One. "The Man of the Hour." which made fnvnmhie an Impression when glv- . mn nun. comes In en nere March with a strong cast which ln- ri,,,ies. Arthur Malrland. Felix Haney T.,hn Moore. Paul Hyron. T. S. Guise William Culllngton. M. J. McQuarrle, t inv,i ir R. Warner, George A Sameron, H. J. Hewitt, Edward He wey. Madeline Winthrop, Anna Read er and Florence MacK. Th greatest dramatic success ( liat nenson. "The Great Divide." re garded as the most typical American nlv. will Play here on March fi. nnd will be given by a nm-cias ,..........; h . .. .... .i f TTenrv sent out umier ine uoet.- - Miner. The entire production " lnr will be the same precisely as .L.rio.. Ita two years' run In New York DEATH OF J. SHANAHAN. Passing Away or wesi tdant Yesterday Auernoon. Jeremiah Shanahan. a well known . . nnsflPII L1.,nt nf WeSl Jiailioiiv, I" -paterdav afternoon, ni auuui - - . . , in o'clock. Mr. Shanahan nau oee,. ... for a long time and for the past two years he had been Incapacitated from . a n nil WOrK. " i. l,,,,! resided for five years in frr.m VranKlin. inei in coming .... survive him a son nnd a daughter, William nnd Mamie, both of this city, f,.,ir brothers. Jolm, iimowiy, imniei uuu mivm"-t ww,m reside In Hancock. The funer al will be held on Thursday morning nt s o'clock from St. Patricks cnurcn and will be attended by the members f Division No. 1 of the Ancient oroc of Hibernians of which Mr. snananan - .. ....r,w.r interment will lane place in the Catholic cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Michael T'bor v pleasantly surprised on Monday even ing at their home on Iiko street vy tmrtv of friends from Calumet on from Hancock and Houghton, the oc euslon being Mrs. Tlbor's birthday an nlversary. Price Trutt Baking Powder ) FUWUtK Chicago, 1907. HANCOCK BREVITIES. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mn. Emil peltonleml of Fourth street re- ntly. Alex. Stevenson left last evening for trip to the Iron country to Inspect he Elks' lodges In his capacity of dls rlct deputy for upper Michigan. A civil suit heard in Justice Olilver's court yesterday afternoon for the re covery of )24 paid to one West Han cock man by another for a hog, result- In a decision of no cause for action, complainant to pay cost. It was lalmed that when the hog was killed was found unfit for food and the purchaser wanted his money back. He idn't get It. R. A. Young, representing the Cen tral Rltullthlc company, who has been n town for several days past looking fter the matter of payment by the Ity for the work done by his firm last ummer on the Hancock street paving, is received $25,000 paid over to the ity by the two local banks for the sale tho bonds. The proceedings wer nally satisfactory to all concerned, nd the bonds were taken over by the inks last week. R. W. Rredfeld was operated upon today ut tho hospital for a dislocated Dan Washburn of the canal was In town yesterday and states that he will probably be a candidate for wupervlsor t the election next spring. Some of he present towiishlo officials will .be p for re-tiectlon In.iudlng Treasurer Putrlck Solomon, and an Interesting time Is looked for. Mrs. Joseph Kitts of the Qulney, celebrated her seventy-eighth birthday nn'versary on Monday by a family gathering nt her home In tho evening, t which a large number of relatives were present. George H. Nichols, the druggist, leaves on Sunday afternoon for a trip o Cuba und the southern states, to be gone about a month. L. V. Clark of Wassau, who has been in Hancock for some time past on business for the wausau f urni ture and Fixture company, left yester day for Negaunee. The Ladles' Aid society of the Han- ock Methodist church met this after noon at the home of Mrs. James Paa- oe In west Hancock. Almee Gatelller has resigned as col lector for the Gas company to take n position with the Pure Food company at Houghton. The examination of Mugnanl and Tabacchl of the Franklin, who are barged with cutting and clubbing each other last Sunday night, Is set for Wednesday afternoon next before Justice C. O. Olivier. It is expected that by the end of the week or early next week everything will be In readiness for the taking down of the poles on Qulney street, and It is probable that when the first Is removed the mayor and council will be on hand to witness it. The force of men nt work taking down the wires was Increased on Monday, and nt noon today only one of the old cables yet remained overhead. Saturday will be the last day . on which discount will be allowed on wa ter bills for the last quarter, the 20 days granted by the board of public works in which the discount might be given expiring at that time, 'ine clerk's office in the city hall will be kept open until 6 o'clock to accommo date those who delay payment until the last minute. Consumers have un til the first of the month to settle, but nftrr Kturdav the full amount due will have to be paid. William Nlkklla has retired from the hardware firm of Nlkklla, Sllfven & Co.. and the business will te continued by C. A. Sllfven and C. J. Tolonen un oer the firm name of Sllfven & Tolo nen. A number of new houses are contem plated In West Hancock among them bv Emll Wahl; six room house on lot to be erected on lot 13, block A. Uisem addition, by Thomas Ulseth; six room house on lot 7, block 6, Ulseth addition, by Emll Wahl; six roo mhouse on lot 8. block 5, Ulseth addition, by Joseph Hlllstrom. The mill of the Finnish Farmers' Milling company at Salo is now run nlng nt its full capacity turning out flour, nnd there Is n supply of wheat still In the warehouse sufficient to keep It going for some time to come. OUR TRADE IN THE ORIENT. SimDls Rules Essentiarl to Nation's Commercial Growth. These things are essential for the development of the American trade In the Orient. That American wares be represent ed In China by American agents who carefully study the needs of the mar; ket. who have the support of sympa thetlc home houses, and who will use their Yankee Ingenuity In creating new demands In accordance with Chinese tastes. That American manufacturers ex erclse tho strictest scrutiny in all shipments made In China, and ee that the goods shipped correspond In everv detail with the sample upon which the order was based. That roods shipped from America to the Orient be packed with a view to standing the rough handling which is always the fate of every package Bhlpped across the sea, that . these goods may arrive In China In perfect condition., as do the wares Bhlpped by thn rtrltlsh. the Germans and th Japanese. The European and Japanese busln ess men without exception, observe fermnulouslv every one of these es sentlal requirements. The American Are the only negligent ones. If these simple and primary requirements be observed, the Americans will forge ahead of all competitors by reason of that peculiar Ingenuity and sharp' wit which has been so aptly Illustrated In the case of the oil and tobacco con cerns. Success Magatlne. The public debt of Germany Is now I113.837.o00. made up mostly of and 8V4 rer cent, bonds. (torch lake news) III g II INDOOR BALL TONIGHT. Masons and Odd Fellows Will Meet in Friendly Contest Here. This evening there will be a game of Indoor baseball in Lake Linden be tween playera representing the Ma son and Odd fellow lodges. The captains of the teams have announced their line-ups for the game as follows: Masons. Odd Fellows. M,cKerroll i.catcher...arabensteln James.. pitcher Vivian Vine first base Prince Steve James. .2nd base. ..D. Macdonald Hawk 3rd base. . .A. Macdonald Pearce right short. .J. Macdonald Carah left short. .Nlcholls Currie. .' right field. .. .Mlddlemlss Crary left field Bennetts Tom Ooldsworthy and Geo. Werner havo been selected ns the official um pires for the contest. The game will start at 8 o'clock. FATHER DEAD IN EAST. Gadouas Michel, proprietor of the Hubbell hotel, received word this week to the effect that his father had pass ed nway at Manchester, New Hamp shire, at the age of 72 years. Mr. Mi chel was to have gone east to visit his father thla week but he suffered in juries which prevented his departure. A brother, Sam Michel or Hubbell. went east about three weeks ago and was at his father's bedside when the end came. Resides the son ut Hubbell, there are six other brothers and five sisters to survive him. TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. Rom. . yesterday, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Christ Yauch of Hubbell, a daughter, this being the tenth child In the family. Dan Holland and Jay Lanctot both of Hancock, were business visitors here yesterday afternoon. Henry Mounthen has returned to work after being confined to his home with an Injured foot. Owing to the severe snow storm hlch prevailed here yesterday and last night there will be no skating on the Pond rink this evening. The work men cleared a portion of the large skating surface today and It will be In readiness for the skaters tomorrow night. CHASED BY AN ELEPHANT. Cyclist Tells of An Exciting Experi nee in Rhodesia. Cycling In Rhodesia occasionally has tho charm of adventure If there In much charm In the excitement of the chase when the chase Is the human rider. A cyclist who was riding from Bro ken Hlfl to Ndala on the edge of bush clearing almost ran into the hindquar ters of baby elephant half a score hands hlh. "Very likely I never got off my bl cycle so quickly before, and I suppose both of us looked rather bamboozled. My new acquaintance gave me a long, doubtful look nnd, screaming, ran to ward home or rather an old tusker and three "cows browsing on the opposite end of the glade," he said in telling of his adventure. 'In wonderment I stood roted to the spot The wind was blowing toward me, and the duii, a magninceni mon ster, swung his trunk to and fro through the air to smell me out. It appears that the elephant cannot see very far; besides, the sun was right against them. As soon as the now whimpering youngster arrived by hi" protectors they fumbled with their ong nostrils. "By this time I thought it was time to return. In swinging my fycie around some dry twigs broke under me with sharp cracks. The puzzled bull stood for a moment -motionless, wi.h his huge ears extended Uko some top- gallnt sail ;then, as he heard the chink of the metal through my. mounting the bike, the huge animal lurched forward with a grunt that rumbled as distant thunder down his big trunk. I waited no longer, but pedalled for dear life, and wonder even now bow I rni hn manv obstacles on the Datb. . r.Vfn.l ma nmo a. crashing? OT trees. I did not look toacK, duv iui on- as It were, more steam, until after a retreat of some four miles, hearing noth'ng 'more, I nearly camo a cropper over an ancient tree stump. Still n trifle flurried, I dismounted. but except for the sighing of the forest and the buzzing of tsetse flies there was no ound. A few miles behind my carriers came bellowing along with their necullar swinging gait. As I be lieved the yarn of thoae elephants mlglit Hav'sHair-lIoalth Never Fall Natural CoU r atd Beauty. sP u;n' iraiy itnoni UandroH. oat, andjpo.itlTy r Ji i Vnd 50c. by M.il at CggE a in for larov sampl UottW.M . W Phil- Har Spec. Co., Newark, N. J 111 AVE YOU the Liquor nisnaae or the Drug or Tobacco Habits? If so, bo to the TAYLOR, INSTITUTE, Iron River Wisconsin, and c e permanently cured W. Thurtell THE OPTOMETRIST has returned to Calumet and will be glad to welcome his friends and pa trons'. Office hours 1 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. In Coppo block, Sixth street, op posite Vertin Bros. Eyes tested and glasses mads tq fit. Satisfaction guar nteed. Phons J76 . L-2 for private sails, . frighten them further, 'mum' was tho Mussa iiusctts has Just completed an word, a'rship, the details of which arc still "However, I halted then on pre- a secn-t. It Is known that automatic tence of desiring a rest, and after an balancing Is one of the main features, hour's delay we all started once more Congressman Ames has made sev My cycle enabled me to scout cau- eral satisfactory trips and has Just tiou.-iy In advance, but, as 1 expected, ! tiled his claims for patents. So quiet ..l.Milemtj bad cone to some more I has Congressman Ames been about his aequestercd sylvan retreat, and noth Ing more was seen or mem. m sla Herald. A SEMI-RUSSIAN STREET SUIT IN GRAY MOHAIR. The salient features of the Russian 1 . .-r.Mvn street .ivla nre seen in un un. .... - developed in prlng suit inoilel io ne serge. The mohair or Hgiuweisni skirt, of comfortable length for walk ing, has a pointed tablicr. Bmken at tbe back and front with double box plaits affording plenty of wi.un the feet, "and the blouse-tunic is ren dered trim about me waist y of narrow plaits of about me h-hkw. of the obsolete dart. A long rolling collar displays a dainty lingerie waist. and Russian fleevcs snirrea inio Mo arm's eyes have the un.iersioe 10m. which extends to a cuit. ine on n. velvet -trimmed gray nillan hat Is wreathed with pink roses. United States Congressman an Aviator. SjBUTLcR j Washington. D. C, Feb. . United llutler Ames of FOR RENT 6-room flat. Red Jacket. "All modern a"d new. . FAUCETT BROS. A. CUCK. f y .r Jy v H' i I If 4, I ,ih i tj i .Iff iarnwr if.rfffl.'i mii inline mlm invention that It is not even known whether he followed the bl-plane type of the Wright brothers of the mono plane type of the foreign uvlators or has a new type different from uny. AT MIDNIGHT. Mother You are not holding baby right. He wouldn't cry if you were. Father That's where you are off. I just held him head down for five min utes and he yelled nil the louder. WOMEN RESPONSIBLE. Win War With Russia for Japan, Says Writer. A great deal of credit for the suc cess of the late Russo-Japanese war Is due to Japanese women. During the entire epic conflict, maid, mother and wife exhibited her spirit of ' pa triotism and heroism by urging her brother, father, son, lover or husband to go to the field of battle and ?!it for hU country. Many anecdotes Il lustrate the . If -sacrifice throughout the war. For Instance, in March. 1904. Ilo Kozo, a wine peddler of Akasaka. be'ng a reservist, was called to the front, leaving behind him his 30-year- old wife and two children of three an 1 s'x years, respectively, without means of support during his absence. Hi" wife took up her husband's trade and, day after day dragged a heavy cart about th' streets from customer to customer, leading the larger child by the band nnd carrying th smaller one In a sling across her back. Her hus band was disabled in action in the month of August and was sent home a cripple Th plucky wife, however, was not (Vitiated by the new burden imposed upon her. but carried on th" wine peddling business, supporting l!ie fam ily by her unai.Ud efforts. A little while later her husband became ill of acute dysentery and the doctor pre scribed a change of climate for him. Thij was finite out of the question, fr the poor woman was unable to raise the money pufflc'ont for such a trip for her husband, necepsary though It THE FISHWIFE The fishwife or lavense drapery which Is n distinctive fenture of the season is a departure from the severe simplicity of the sheath lines of last year. Gowns with this style of over dress should be made in ns soft a material as possible, in order to pre serve the slender silhouette. Any tendency to enlarge tho hips should , li ..... Jwi ' . i ; y- mlKht be. The magistrate of Akasaka, learning of her stress, made her a present of 10 yen (live dollars) for this purpose; but Just at that time tho government settled u ismall pension un the dlrfubled soldier ani' Kozo's wife returned to the magistrate the money he had given her, asking him to give It, Instead, to some family that was suffering Hke hers had been. Travel Magazine. Alexander Dumas, the great French novelist .never et foot on the Island of Monte Crlsto, which has recently been purchased by the king of Italy. When visiting Elba In 1S42 the novel ist sailed across to Monte Crlsto In the hope of shooting some wild goats. On the point of landing, however, he learn ed from one of the sailors that as the island was uninhabited no boat was allowed to touch there under penalty of six days' quarantine at the next port of call. It was therefore decided not to d'sembark; but Dumas Insisted on rowing all around the Island, because, he told his companion. Prince Napol eon, "I Intend In memory of this trip with you to give the name of Monte Crlsto to some book which I shall write later on.H ' ' . People pretend they all love It. to hate sin, but Do It Now Criumet People Should Not Wait Un ti' It Is Too Late. The appalling death-rate from kli ney iltseaso Is due In most cases to the fact that tho little kidney troubles are usually neglected until they be come serious. The slight symptoms give place to chronic disorders ; and the sufferer goes gradually Into, the grasp of diabetes, dropsy. Hright's dis ease, gravel or some other serious form of kidney complaint. If you suffer from backache, head aches, dizzy siiells; If the kidney secre tions are Irregular of passage and un natural In appearance, d not delay. Help the kidneys at once.' I loan's Kidney Pills are especially for kidney disorders they cure where others fall. Over one hundred thou sand people have recommended them. Here Is one of many cases In thij vicinity: Louis Wolfstey. S03 Franklin St.. Hancock, Mich., says: "Doan's Kid ney Pills have been used In my fam ily at different limes for several years with good results. I also ' know of other people who have taken them and speak highly In their favor. My balc was very weak and painful when I be gan using Doan's Kidney Pills, but they soon drove my troubles away." For sale by all dealers. Price .10 cents. Foster-Mllburn 1 Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. DRAPERY. be carefully avoided. The -tunic la varlouse In form, sometimes resembl ing a large draped senrf and again, looking more like a plain skirt looped up gracefully. The under portion of these skirts always has the sugges tion of fullness given by cither plaits or gathers. I ' i