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FRIDAY, FEBHUARY 25, iji0.
run calumet news. Fundd 1830. Xepung d3X3 X!Q Published By Th INING GAZETTE COMPANY ZZZLZ AT CAltMCl. MIOIIGAN. M fi. YOtNCS W. M. IVON. Editor 8usink Manager ICLEtMONt3l Calumat. ruelness Office 209 Editorial Rooms 4 HANCOCK OFFICE. Elk' Ttmple. Phone 31 : HOUGHTON OFFICE. Pott Office Block. Phone 199 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS By Mail or Carrier. Per year U" advance) J3.00 Per yt-ar (not In advance) 6.00 Per inonth l0 Single lssu 05 Complaints of irregularity In deliv ery will receive prompt and thorough Investigation. viu tuusiliuru mailing iu liiaii,Cj tlielr addresser must furnish old as well as new addresses In each instance. New subscriptions may be ordered by telephone, mall or carrier, or in person at the company's office. Publication and I'rinting Office, lOt Fifth Street, Calumet, Michigan. Entered at the post Office at Calumet, Michigan, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910. If Mtora In n is plant? a bird, what is a r rk Is getting s-o high that pri tty 111 LK'll soon they will be . barging so i vf. grunt. The cheaper cuts may be just : good, but somehow or other the poop won't have 'em. A Chicago minister d.-ela Will be no nun ill heaven, where he thinks he is goin.;. s there Wonder Th. going have girl who first to get married i little hero all ki sed Hobs. Th. n she la r own. n is w ill l'ersia is going to add more to its Dail-ton fleet. Canada's gunboats are not to have iitwti; mastery of the sens. Vessels eleven lleng-d "I'm not In polities for my l!v II- EXHIBITIONS II OF M AMUSEMENT EVERY THEATRES Of! LI 0 eve. THEATRE ff M j Ui 1 bl OPERA HOUSE 8M OP J 30, riQG, 0110 ' ' r " ,..MJ 5 : 0 JMMM I yif 11 cntm IhhhI," eayu "llugy" Connors. "Tlio world lou't owe mo a living." iVr tain!y not. Ho lias Ions slnct pasM tin- blae where a simple livelihood looks anything like an aiU'iu.iU' regard from polilks and can a fiord to contemptuously look down on the ftriUKlim; pigmies who are content with that. Ho Is right, too, when he says the world doesn't owe him a HvhiK and unfortunately it doesn't look now ii If he w;m In juiy Im mediate danger of receivins; from the world just whit It docs owe him. It looks Morn of Michl: road th.'.. in if Superintendent (.ooruo w of the Ami-Saloon league :an was traveling a roikv ' days, and all heeause ( ovcrsical in the prosecution of hi ii'paigu agftiiist the "wi'ln" in Jack- -u eoonty lat : pri fi vT. It -e-ms hard ly posi'.i! that a man of any Jud.: iv nt whatever would he so foolish a to m play a noteetivo to try to d- is soi i p in to colonize voters for tpA "dry" causo in an election he!. I iiniicr arthority of law, and yet Mr. Morrovv nial': no attempt to deny the authenticity of the Utter -oni.tln him of IMs a -ti"ii nriy more, he ad-mit-s the f-oniilneiit'ss of the mix-dvi'. The d' fei'so ae put.- up. that he had no i intent io" of lir and wa-- only ill i I jt! tile. for tli'- "wtts' .ikiri- the election lawn iirraed In flslitimr th- and was laying a trap is almost ehil.lUh u ikms and is meeting with ridi- nlo wliercvep the case i discussed. Mr. Marrow's zeal h is certainly proy d his undoing. Wli Iher jt is a scarcity of news ow ing to the 'absence- from the I'nited States of Theodore Koosevclt. or some other reason, that prompts correspon dents to send out yarns, is dif ficult to determine I'sually these attis make th' ir appearance in print I simultaneously with sea-serpent stories 'during tie broiling "dog-days." but this year tiny are coming, like Kaster, a little ahead of time. A capital yarn was that sent out by an Ithaca cor I respondent, saying that experiments at the poultry department of the New York State College of Agriculture had i I roven that by feeding certain dye i stuffs to hens during the moulting i season not only their feathers but also tlieir eggs may be given any color desired. However, the color of the eggs always matches that of the plumage. In the future the tedious and often unsatisfactory task of dyeing Easter eggs may ! entirely dispensed with. The hens may be made to lay egt;s of any desired color. Just think, what a brilliant display h ns w ill make at I oultry show s of the future. Representative Hrmwilmv of Tennes see has introduced a bill which is of the greatest interest to the members of the national guard of Michigan and other state. The measure provides that commanding oftlcers f regiments, tthl.ons. coimriitlies. regimental Hil- Jiltalit battalion adjutants and -nni- I pany ofil th state! f the nati. il guard of shall receive mm equal to of the amount paid to regular army of like 'co. The Mil further rst sergeants shall be paid $2 for e. iion-eommiss! eclve $1 .'.0 ai for each drill. drill attended, Oilur d oftioers arc to re each enlisted man $1 ny enlisted man miss- ing one drill dujin any month without having secure. permission from the propt r authority shall forfeit his pay for the entile lotith. The hill is one which should be popular with the mili tia, and if pasled undoubtedly would result In increased cftlclciu y on part f our citizen soldiery for it would servo to keep Inuriy present oftlcers and nun in tlic- service and increase their Interest . it. SPORT Ah) BRUTALITY. The big;:ctt nd strongest argument that has been v ra Lsed against prize lighting in some years is the recent Nelson-Widgast mill at Richmond. Cal. Kveii the defenders of the game as a sport can scarcely claim that there was anything delightful or ele vating about the spectacle from the twenty-fifth or the thirtieth round, while the com hnling rounds seem to nave im n anout as brutal as any the history of the ring. i There is sport in i lever boxing, for boxing Is a science in Itself, a rivalry of speed and cleverness. Two men, evenly matched, can be pitted against each otlxr for a limited number of rounds without damage to cither. Where it Is a friendly trial of skill, boxing is as much a sport as any other athletic contest. liut when it runs into the stage reached by the Xelson-Wolgast fight, when supreme ihsieal exhaustion has all but overcome one of the combat ants and the other, still retaining a fair share of his strength, throws all his remaining force into repeated blows n the helpless and battered figure be fore him. slowly and deliberately pounding a defenseless man practically into Insensibility, the thing has long since ceased to be sport. Saginaw Courier-Hera Kl. SHORT-WEIGHT PACKAGE EVIL. A Milwaukee member of the Con sumers' league gives voice to a com mon complaint when she inveighs against short-weight packages as one of the elements in the increased cost of living. She likes the cleanliness of the packages, hut does not like the dishonest weight. She says: Lately I have weighed the contents of cans and paper boxes, purporting to have pounds, half-pounds or other weights in them and Invariably I find that the ennnnts arc something short. When I buy a pound of the same ma terial In bulk I get my full pound. If the dealers want to add something to the price of the packages In order to coyer the cost of wrapping, the con sumer would be willinsr to i.av the d. Idition, provided it was equitable but j;inyniH dislikes being deceived. Kvery ii:itk;icr of f.,...,l. I i . i.. ' ' " 1 n o 4 ,miT IMIUIIIU III ! ta ining i shortage I have marked off fr. m iny list and either buy some other brand -f th e same stuff or get It In 31 1-3 per ten oftlcers of th rank and s l provides that GOOD AMERICAN SHOULD 10,000 S!dirsj .Midshipmen at West Point, and Admirals r Lfjfj r .l b if Is 1 GREATEST SPECTACLE OF THE FIGHTING FORCES OF A NATION EVER ATTEMPTED--POSITIVELY AUTHENTIC Ships at Sea in a Storm, Wild Birds Peeding their Young (Natural Colors), Volcanoes of Java, Delhi, India, Moritz, Wild Animal's Impressions of Music, Fishing in the North Sea, Many Humorous Incidents bulk. Of course there arc false weights und measures and tricky methods of weighing by vvhloh people are some tim cheated -even when they buy goods In bulk, if they patronize un scrupulous dealers and do not keep their ' open. liut the customer who buys vi'verything in packages is likely in the long run. no matter where he deals, to get less quantify for his money than if he bought everything in bulk. BURROWS AT MENOMINEE. I one of the largest gatherings of pol iticians assembled within the boun daries of one upper peninsula town for many u day gathered at Menominee I Tuesday t. gleet Senator Iturrows and uid the -home folks in welcoming him "to our city," ,says the Mining Jour jn.il. ThcrvjAvere .three or four hun dred of hem. with I Vita county in the van vv itU Mdelesal ion of over 170. Senator Harrows was duly Impress ed with the warmth of his welcome. And it may be said that Senator Har rows made no mistake In putting him self out. even to the extent of a spe cial trip from Washington, to till the Menominee date. The impression left by his determination to nil the en gagement at any cost of personal trouble was n fortunate one, and we are told that it was the general pre diction at Menominee that he would get a "handsome" vote in the upper peninsula. As his visit to Menominee was of a non-political character, the senator was loath to talk politics, according to the Menominee Herald-Loader, but expressed himself as well satisfied v.lth the progress that his campaign Is makin-? throughout the state. For all that is printed to the contrary, the senator also refrained from talking politics to i any of the candidates for the office of collector of the Superior customs district, nil of whom, rein forced by u goodly show ing of friends, were present to manifest. the becom ing Interest in the senator's visit that circumstances seemed to require. For all wo learn to the contrary. Sena tor Hurrows still pursues his policy of doing n lot of thinking about this matter, and precious little talking. "THIS IS MY 65TH BIRTHDAY " Sir George Held, who was recently appointed high commissioner for the Australian Commonwcath in London, was born in . Scotland. Feb. 2T, 184". He first appeared in Australian poll tics in 1SS0 as a member, of the legis lative assembly at Xew South Wales and has been a oonspicunin. figure in Antipodean political life ever since. Sydney w as the sphere , of his early labors, . where he was a e,vil servant in a minor grade. While jsp occupied he devoted himself to the study of! law, iind soon became a leading law- yer. From 1901 to the present time, j with the exception of a, brief period when' he served as prime minister of the Commoh'vvealtli In 100.", he has been leader of the Federal Opposition, rrior to the confederation of the Aus-I THE Heroes of the American SNSavy As Thev Are Todav Occident Flour Cinr nt Jf a few cents hivrher in price than ordinary flour. This en ables the minors to raise the quality to lushest grade iu the world. And tho difference shows la the bakiug. Occident Flour Famous food experts and ex pert bakers tost it nt the mills constantly. They Ruarauteo it to suit you better for czcty flour put fosc than any other made. Order a trial sack from your grocer. . If baking with It does not convince you that Occident pj tho only flour for you to use it costs you nothing. Your grocrr it authorized to refund without argument the full purrhat price of any packaca of Occident Flour which you do not find atif aclorjr. Please try a sack at our risk. For sale hy l dealers. SP'ne Or dean Writs Co.. Hancock. Mich., whuleiiale tllsiritutcr i:ii;iiiii!!iiiiiini!ni:iitui!ini!:miiiii!iiiimiiiiiiiiniil tralian states he was prime minister and colonial treasurer of New South Wales. During his long parliamentary career he was noted for his strong" ad herence to the policy of freo trade and he published several well known works in support of that policy. l!y his exertions, he succeeded in re establishing free trade as tho policy of his colony. 'THIS DATE IN HISTORY." 1370 Excommunication of Queen Elizabeth by l'ope l'ius V. 1073 Charles II. leased Virginia to Lord Culpeper and the Karl of Arling ton. 1723 Sir Christopher Wren, famous English architect, died. Horn Oct. 20, 1C32. 1S1.1 United States ship "Hornet" captured the Hritish sloop of war "Peacock." 1S30 Turkey acknowledged the In dependence of Greece. 1S33 Gen. Clement A. mander-in-ehief of the federate Veterans, born County, Georgia. 1843 William Kemble, Evans, com United Con in Stewart noted editor Horn and Journalist, died in Quebec. in England In 1781. 184S Edward H. Harriman. noted railroad man and financier, born in Hempstead, L. I. Died at Anion, X. y.,' Sept. 9. 1910. I 18(12 United States Congress de clared greenbacks to be legal tender. 1SS0 New Hrunswick parliament COP .rJ!a -BY PERMISSION OF THE U. L L t"l.-Li:B.Wggq Ml bu'ldingi at Fredericton, destroyed by lire. lltoa International navul conference In London agreed on a iVivv code of naval warfare. ' STOLE HIS BOOK TITLE. "It's an asl 'no story," remark -d Uc-e Staid. In 'The Chorus (Jlrl,' "but 1 11 tell it. "Two young men who had been chums at college went abroad togt ih cr. One conscientiously wanted to vis it every spot mentioned in the guide .books; tho other was equally eonaclen :th hh about having a hilarious tim Till naturally led to disagreements. Jn the course of one of these, the lover of pleasure Paid tauntingly: "'I'erhaps you are doing those places thoroughly because you ure K'diwT to w rite ;i book about your trip. "'I should,' replied the other promptly, 'if Itobert Louis Sleveiisoa hadn't pre-empted the title I want to use. " 'What's that?" Travel with a Donkey. Young's Magazine. Organized labor In Minnesota is pre paring to enter polities npaln. LEGAL NOTICES. Feb IS, 3; Mar, 4, 11. To Whom it vMay Concern: Take notice, that' on or about the ninth (!Hh) day of December, A. D., 1909, I. the under.sigrned, .mailed in tho Calumet postoflleo, in a letter plainly addressed to the F'rtst Nutional Han.t of Calumet, Calumet, Michigan, tho following described coitlllcates of tlm Arizona &. Michigan Mining Company, a corporation organized, existing an 1 doing business under the laws of tin Territory of Ar'zona, and having its general ollice in Calumet Township, Houghton County, Michigan, to-vvit: Cer'fi'te No. 3.'S(5 3300 3301 3302 No. of shares 8 100 C3 In name of Lucile Gallasorl, John Kline, Hilda Iluddleston, Olaf Hostad. No acknowledgment or rece'pt of the above mentioned certificates have boon received from the First National Hank of Calumet, and it claims not to have received the same hazel mnscii. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of February, A. D.. 1910. ( Seal. ) S A M UEL J E FFER Y. Notary Public in and for the County of Houghton, state of Michigan. My commission expires Dec. 22, 1913. Feb. 11. 19, 23; Mar. 4. STATE OF MICHIGAN, TlnA Probate Court for the County of H jughton. At a session of said Court, held nt tho Probate Office in the Village of Houghton In said county on the Stn day of February. A. D. 1910. Present: Hon. George C. Hcntley, Aimoapolis, Cadets at (0NLY Tja"") n Judgo of Probate. In the matter of the K-tute r Alon, Lengpre, deceased. . Ole Olson having filed h, said ,urr Id- Petition praying iht the iratlou of uid estate be great,, , himself Ole Olso,, or to lh suitable person, w,ltr It la ordered', That the 7th day , March. A. D. 1910. at ten oVIuck ,J, for noon, at said probate ofllce ,,' and is hereby nppointed fr he-irh,'!! ta id petition; '"arm,. It is further Ordered, That pul,tc ,. tlco thereof be clven by publication ,f a copy of this order one- e!U, w k for three successive week, previous , said day of hearing. ti t!l0 r.alu New:i. a newspaper printed and circu lated In said county. CEO. o. nKNTLRr (S,,n,) J"'1 of Probate .V true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Probate. William H. OatiE, Altorncy for Petitioner. cauci's. Village of Rol j.u.kt.,( ,,.., Uounty, Michigan: Not loo is hereby given that a (Son. oral Village Caucus will bo held at the Hod Jacket Town Hall. Thursday the 3rd day of March. A. 1). l;uo, at S o'clock p. m. for the purpose (lf ,,J.,C. ing in nomination candidates for vil lage oriio.-rs for the ensuing term to-vvit: One President for one year. Three Trustees for two years. One Clerk for one yi-ar. One Treasurer for one year. One Assessor for one year. And for tho transaction of FUr other business Os may properly coine befote It. Hy order of President and Truster village of Red Jacket, County 0f Houghton, state of Michigan. (Signed) N. F. KAISKH. Clerk, village of Hod Jacket, Micii. Dated Monday, Feb. 21, 1910. 97 CAUCUS. Village of Lauriuin, Houghton County Michigan: Notice Is hereby given that a On cral Village Caucus will he held t the Laurluni Town Hall, on Thursday, the 3rd day of March. A. D. 1910, at S o'clock p. m. for the purpose of plac ing in nomination candidates for Vil lage Officers for the ensuing term, t wit: One President for one year. Three Trustees for two years. One Clerk fop one year. One Treasurer for one year. One Asst sKsor for one year. And for the transaction of other business as may properly such '01110 before It. Vy order of President and Tnir-t'-ra village of Laurium, County of Hough ton, state of Miehlr.an. (Signed) MAI IT IN PRISIC. Clerk, Village of Lauriu.n, Mich. Dated Monday, Feb. 21, 1910. 'J7 S. GOVERNMENT COUNTRY ARMOR EXTRA Most Sensational Repro duction inExistanco 1 FLA