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THE CALUMET NEWS.
MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1910. PERSONNEL OF THE CHICAGO EXCURSIONISTS IS RECEIVED Practically Every Branch of Chi cago Commerce and Industry Represented ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE TRIP The steamer Theodore Roosevelt carrying the largest delegation ever pent out by the Chicago Association of Commerce in the Interest of ChU-a go trade, will leave Chicago Sunday eve ning. June 12. nt 7. All preparations for the trip which is to consume two weeks, during which 22 cities along lakes Michigan and Superior are to be visited, have been completed. The ix cursloniats will reach Houghton and Hancock next Saturday morning, and in the afternoon will visit Calumet. The cities on the itinerary are: Lud Ington. Manistee, S.iult Ste. Marie. Munlslng, Marquette. Cheboygan. Hougnt n, I'etoskey, Traverse City. Eanahn, Menominee, Mich.; Two Harbors and Duluth, Minn.: Ashland. Marinette, Green nay, Sturgeon Hay, Manitowoc, Sheboygan and Milwaukee, "Wis. Francis T. Simmons. vice-presld nt of the Chicago Association of Com merce Is commodore of the delega tion; James 1'ettlt, vice-commodore; Hugh Hartman, secretary: H. V. Mil ler, business manager of the associa tion, manager. Ptrionnsl of Delegation. Tho delegation which represents practically every branch of Chicago commerce and Industry. Is as follows: S. I). Andrus, general agent the Georgia Home Insurance company. C. L. riarrltt, Mahln Advertising C. F. T. Ilentley, Illinois Steel Co. nnd Universal Portland Cement Co. Frederic T. Boles, Lord & I'.ushnell Co. William A. Bond. W. A. Bond & Co. Berthold E. Berges. IM-rhelnvr Stein & Co. Rush C. Butler. Casscday & Butler. V. O. Clark, Morrlsson. Plumber & Co. Alex J. W. Copelln, Copelin Photo graph Co. H. C. Cornell, Bermingham & Sea man Co. A. D. Curtis, Curtls-Leger Fixture Co. Charles L. Dering. S. C. Schenck, agent. Geo. C. Ebeling, Gage Bros. & Co. Chas. W. Folds, Mathaway, Smith. Folds & Co. A. F. Francis, the Chicago Telephone Co. W. K. Greenehaum, Indiana Trans portation Co. Robert B. Gregory. I.yon & Healy. Edward E. Gore, Barrow, Wade Gu thrie, & Co. John F. Hagcy. First National bank. 'Hugo Hartmann. Hartmann Truck Co. George C. Hicks. Sefton Manufactur ing Co. W. M. Hopkins, board of trade, Chi cago. E. W. Houser. Barnes, Crosby & Co. Jas. M. Hurst, the National Bank r the Republic. E. Louis Kuhns. Studehaker Bros. Manufacturing company. J. H. A. Lacher. Selz, Schwab & Co. F. L. Macomber, Hlbbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. Charles B. Miller, Carson. Plrle, Fcott & Co. H. F. Miller, businesg manager the Chicago Association of Commerce. James W. Morrlsson, Morrisson. P.ummer & Co. C. F. Newklrk. Rand, McNiilly & Co. LaVerne W. Noyes, Aerometer Co. I). I). Otatott, Butler Bros. J. R. Ozanne, Hart. Schaffm-r & Marx. R. L. Pennington, Guthmann. Tar penter & Telling. Ju'tes Pettitt, I'avey Grain Co. James W. Prin'llvllle. Chicago & Du luth Transportation Co. Oscar Remmer, Sprague, Warner & Co. W. E. Rice, Jahn V. Far well Co. B. C. Satterlee, special press repre sentative. H. W. S'hoenfeid. B. Kuppenluimer & Co. S. II. Schonlnger, Schoninger Bros. Mfg. Co. Frank C. Ridley, Keith Bros. & Co. Francis T. .Simmons, F. T. Simmons Co. !. W. Spfifford, Iry Gooils Reporter. Northwestern University. A. D. Rlehey, Countess Waist Co. A. L. Stone, Ston Bros. Selden F. White. Logan & Bryan. A. L. MacNab. the 'hk'figo Associa tion of Commerce, News Bureau. II. I Janvnon, tho Chicago Asso ciation of Commerce News Bureau. DELEGATES TO CONVENTION William WaM of Lnurlnm nnd Jo peph Wllmers. of Red Jacket, have left for Hallrfiurg. this tate, -h-ri they wllf attend th annual convention of tho German Aid society, ns del, gates from the l eal lodg Th nlon will last two day, opening t -morrow, and concluding Wednesday evening with a grand banquet. Safe (or a Fox. A fox which was bunted by tho Es sex and Suffolk bounds found safety In a bole under a tree on which was a uotlco board reading, "All docs will to Uapptd." Increased Demand for Machine Guns. The supply of machine guns la in creasing In all European armies. Everywhere It Is conceded that this, the latest arm of tlw service, will play a decisive purt la tho tattles of the future. News want ads bring reavlia WIRELESS STATION ON ISLE ROYAIE NOW IN COMMISSION Famous Summer Resort Island is No Longer Isolated From the Mainland . GREAT AID TO NAVIGATION Surmounting tin eminence 153 feet above the level of the lake, a wireless telegraph tower, 130 feet high, has boon erected en Singer's island, in Washington harbor, Isle Royale, and the United Wireless TtUgraph com pany put its station on the island I" operation last week, with 11 C. Hawk ins In charge as -operator. More completely Isolated heretofore than was Grand Manila before .the wireless station was erected at that point. Isle Royale has been brought by the new wender in direct eomtnunka lion with all points along the shore and it will no longer be an isolated place of residence nnd a terror to mar iners, who have feared it on account of the difficulty of securing assistance if their boats were on the rocks there, as many have. The wireless tower has been erected on an eminence on Sinner's Island, so that the top of the tower Is 273 feet from the mi i-face of the water. From the top, one ni.iy see l'ort Arthur and Fort William, about forty miles away, and Grand Marais. which is fifty miles from the island. The tower is in plain view of all vessels traveling between Duluth. Fort Arthur, Keweenaw point ports and the Soo. On that account, the establishment of the wireless station and an agree ment between the wireless company and the United States weather bureau, whereby weather signals will be dis played from the top of the tower are of great importance to tho navigatora on the great lakes. Receiving bulle tins from the weather bureau at l'u luth, the operator at I'le Royale will display them on the top of the tower, .so that sudden changes in conditions and Ftorm warnings may be communi cated not only to the boats epiippd with wireless apparatus, but also to those not so equipped. Summer resorters at the island will welcome the Innovation on account of the facility with which th y will be able to communicate with their friends on tho mainland. Business men spend ing a short time on Isle Royale during the summer heretofore were handicap, ped by the lack of communication fa cilities and their vacations were spoil ed by business worries. Means having been provided for people keeping In touch with their homes and business while on the Island, a decided boom In the summer resort business is expect ed. Collars of Honor. In Franco the Society for the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals deco rates dogs that have distinguished themselves by deeds of bravery with a tastefully designed "collar of honor." Among tho animals decorated In thin way one of the most celebrated Is Itashus, a largo bulldog, whoso spe cialty is to stop runaway horses by Jumping up and seizing them by the bridle. It Is calculated that this in telligent animal has already saved the lives of eight persona, if not more. Pautland, a Great Dane, received a collar for saving his mistress from the attack of a footpad, and Turk, a splendid Newfoundland, has had sim ilar honors for rescuing young chil dren from drowning on peveral occa sions. The Sunday Magazine. , Carlyle's Appreciation. Tho inscription on Mrs. Carlyle's tomb was written by her famous hus band, and proves what gratitude ho felt for her loving care and attention "In her bright existence she had more sorrows than are common, but also a soft invincibility, a capacity of dis cernment, and a noble loyalty of heart which aro rare. For 40 years she was the trtio and loving helpmate of her husband, and by net and word un wearledly forwarded him ns none else could In all of worth that he did or attempted. She died at London, April 21, ISCfl, suddenly, snatched away from him, and the light of his life is as if gone out." Virtue of the Playground. Children are better in playgrounds than In prison. It Is better for the community to have children exercis ing on ladders and horizontal bars and swings than to have them haunting tho doors of poolrooms or smoking cigarettes In the hidden shadows. Chil dren with plenty of playground have a better chance with life than chil dren without. And most children are without unless tho community pro vides them. It Is cheaper to amuse them than to arrest. It is cheap to develop than to dwarf. It Is cheap er to save than to sink them. Salt Lake Herald. There will be a regular meet ing of Calumet Aerie No. 352 KO.L. this evening, June IX Business of importance. Albert Qurkman, Sec'y. f .fioughton. 'TELEPHONE TWO PRISONERS SfNTINCf D: JllUSONCASf GOES TO JURY Hjalmer Jankila and Andrew Jok cla Get Light Terms for ; Larceny t SCHWIEGER-BUTAL A CASE ON The mill of Justice In "the Houghton county circuit court was started again this morning and the nrvt baU'h of Krit taken up was in the form of two men who had been found guUty of lar ceny by Juries during the present term of the court. HJalmar Jankila and An drew Jokela. These 'two have been linked together by fate off nnd on for a period of two or three years and they went to Marquette this morning, still linked together but this time by the oftlecrs ot the law. They were ac companied on their Journey by deputies Khuridan and McOrath. Jankila and Jokela were tried sepa rately for the same offense, the rob bing of MattI Kolarl of Franklin In the saloon of Matt Kalliputas in Hancock u year ago. At the trials of these men each. tried to shift the blame to the other and the Jury In each case found its man cullty of stealing over $25, making It grand larceny and punish able by prison terms. The Judge was rather lenient in his sentences, giving Jankila from two nnd one-half to five years and Jokela one and one-half to two years. Matson Damage Action. The damage suit of Mrs. Sarafllna Matson of Calumet against John Kar- vcla ct al. in which the plaintiff seeks to recover damages for the death of her husband, whom she alleges was killed by a man made drunk in the sa loons of Knrvala and his co-defendants in the action, was given to the Jury Just before the noon adjourn ment of court. The testimony In this case was nil put In last week and when court adjourned Saturday the summing up of the attorneys was about to begin. This was started the first thing this morning. Attorney C. Albert Marsch of Calumet opening the nrgu ment for the plaintiff. He was fol lowed by Attorney McNally, who Is retained In the Interests of some of the defendants, and Attorney !al-- braith, who represents other defend ants, of which there are seven In ad dition to Karvela. The judge's charge followed these speeches and the Jury retired shortly before the dinner hour. There is a possibility of a verdict be fore night. This afternoon the court took up the I hearing of the case of Margarett.i! M Qraditatfioo 0 A w JUNE ii rv-jn.m - v - 3. .aj.i it v-- YOU are going to gradu ate soon. You are doubtless preparing your costume. How about your graduation shoes? If you want Oxfords, Pumps or Ties ' SEE OUR Ve 1 J x. i. DC II Department SOUTH 1 LOCAL HIGHS BEAT CALUMET; ... TEAMS MAY PLAYOFF TIE The baseball tin ma of Houghton and Calumet' high schools aro ugaln tied for the leadership In this branch of sport In the Carper Country HIrIi School league, Just as they were last year about this time. This Is the principal result of the game played by these t, tennis at Ripley park Satur day afternoon, which ended In a vic tory for the Houghton team to the tune of 9 to 6. !oth teams are eager to play ofT the tie this year, n thlnf that they did not do last season be cause the Reason was over by the time the teams became tied. It Is possible that the teams will get together on a neutral diamond, possibly In Lake Lin den or Hancock, sometime this week and settle the question of the cham pionship of the league. Saturday's contest was by far the most interesting of nny that has been played in the hish school department of the sport this season. There were not as many errors In this giftne ns in previous games between the high school tennis nnd a good exhibition of baseball was the result. The Calumet battery was rhillips and Weir and Houghton was repre ncnted by Rogers, l'ryor and Nieker son, l'ryor taking Rogers' place ut the end of the fifth inning. Prof. Taggart of Houghton high school umpired the game. The score by Innings was as follows: R. II. K. Calumet ....0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 C 8 7 Houghton ..11213010 9 10 f. RETURN FROM IRON COUNTRY. The thirty odd students from the second year claps of the Michigan col lege of mines have finished their six weeks course of field work In the Iron country and have returned to their ptndies nt the school. They arrived in Houghton Saturday Afternoon and were met nt th railroad station by many of their friends and fellow stu dents. An Informal dance will be Riven In honor of these students at the college gymnasium tomorrow night nnd the students of the Institution will be glad If their friends in the village will con sider themselves Invited to this dance, which takes the place of tho formal function tendered every year at this time. Schwelgor of Calumet against Mlk Rutala, also of that plac e. ' In this case Mrs. Schwelgor, who is represented by Attorney Anthony Lucas peeks to reco -er $20 which she alleges she loaned to tho defendant before he went through barVreptcy. The case was tried In Justice Jackola's court in Calumet and was won by the wmnan. BIG STOCK eriv srari grrCT resgEggga ; ( rrmwm. VBRT1N BROTHERS want you to see our "Tramp" Shoes for Athletic Ladies Strjap-Pumps $2.00 to $5.00 FASHION SAYS: "Strap Pumps for Sum mer 1910." There isno more sensible or beauti ful footwear. No slipping at the heel nor chafing the tendons. Made just right for style too. We have a splendid line at $2.00 to $5.C0. 3C 3C DC GORDON HEUGHENS RESIGNS HIS POST AT MARQUETTE 5ordon 11. Heathens, of Houghton, who for the past year ha been physi cal director at the Culld hall, pre sented his resignation last week to take effect at the end of this week. His future plans are not yet definite; but in view of bis well known ability as an athlete and the experience ho has gained as u physical Instructor, he Le Ileves himself well litted to tako up the physical branch of Y. M- C. A. woik nnd Is now considering one or two oflers of that kind. The board of managers recognizes the fact that tho association needs u trained man of mature years and ex perience to take general charge of Us affairs and to run it on systematic business principles. They are now looking for a man who meets those requirements, and who they can en gage permanently. In the meantime, they consider themselves fortunate In being able to engage for the summer months Arthur L. Thayer of Cam bridge, Mass. Mining Journal. BOARD OF REVIEW BUSY. People of Village and Township Are Today Finding Out Their Taxes. Today and tomorrow are the days when the people of Houghton and Tor tage township, In common with the residents of other townships, find out what It costs to own property in their respective districts. L. J. Dube and Frank Major, with Assessor Oliver Marlon, have been exteremely busy all day explaining to those, who put In an appearance at the village hall Just why It Is that they must pay so much money to live and own property here. There were a number of Increases registered over the figures nt which the properties In the village were as sessed last year, generally In personal property taxes, there being1 few changes in the realty valuations. Owing (o the fact that the mem bers of the board of supervisors are all very busy In their respective town ships today nnd tomorrow with the board of review matters, there was no session of the county board today, the date upon which this meeting nn scheduled to be held, but tho board will meet Wdncsday. Several Im portant nntters, Including the jkissI blllty of n report from the .buildinf? committee on the additions to tho Jail building, are set for this meeting. SOUTH RANGE, I. 0. O. F. The South Range lodge I. O. O. F. ha elected officers for the coming terms ns follows: X. ,0. William Trevarthen. V. O. James Doran. R. S. Martin Trcthowny. Treasurer Julius Keldenfeld. The lodge attended dlvinw services In Atlantic Sunday mornlnjr. The South Range band of 21 pieces In new uniforms beaded the lino of march from the depot to tho -hurch. MiiW' Ik ft and DC COMMENCEMENT AT L'ANSE Supt H. E. Kratx of Calumet to De liver Address to Graduates flleven pupils will receive their di ploma this wcok for having completed their courses In the L'Anse High School, says the L'Anse Sentinel. On Wednesday evening, ut S:30, at L'Anse opera House, tho graduates will deliver their essays, 'addresses and recitations. The program of tho even ing Is as follows: Instrumental solo Dorothy Ewlng Salutatory Iiyd Schulze. I'ssay Se lf sacrlllce. Katie Jackson Oration Aerial Navigation, Henry Sterk Phophecy Florence. Jackson Recitation The Inllutnce of Woman, Dorothy lOwing. Instrumental solo Clara iMcnard. Kssay t!p From Slavery, iMary Stack. Oration Tho Price of Success Eu clid LeDue. Class Will Clara 'Menard. Oiatlon Publicity and Social Re form, Leo Brennan. Valedictory William LiUn Class nong On Thursday evening, tho following commencement program will be rend ered : Instrumental solo Mlsg Agnes I'lrennnn. Address Supt. II. E. Kratz of Cal umet schools. Instrumental solo 'The Dying Toet Oottschalk. MKs .Mario McKlndles. Presentation of diplomas. Male quartet Twilight Dells White Mcsrrs. Comee, 8eavoy, Oliver, Rrlnk. The class has chosen tho motto "Omnia Vinclt Labor" and tho colors olive nnd gold. Tho officers of the class of 1910 are: President Loul Roivln. Vice president Mnry Stack. Secretary Clara Menard. A Trensurer William Levi tan. The high school faculty this year is composed of Supt. F. A. Mellcncnmib Clark C (lllver and the (Misses Knth eryn Justema and Catherine Douglas. LIST OF AUTOS IN CTATE Data Compiled by Secretary of 6Ute Being Sent to County Clerks Tho secretary of state's office gave out tho list of motor vehicle licenses Issued this year to My 1. Friday, and the same v.ill be sent to all cotinty clerks at once. The list contains a to tal of 12.0S0 .licenses, not Including 1. !)1'3 issued wince the list was compiled. Deputy Mills stated that tho com piling of such lists will eventually mean thousands of dollars to tho state If tho assessors throughout the stata are wise and secure a list of the own ers of machines In their territory. For some time it has lecn known that In a g-ood many instances .mnxrn of machines avoided being assessed on the same, but there is apparently no excuse why nil should not be as sessed If the list Is consulted. Mrs. Oeorge Carroll Is spending a few days with Chicago friends. TIT'S one of 11 to fit feet. Especially the feet of young people Our line of Utz & Dunn, J. & K. shoes are the kind made for young women who demand style. CALL III AD SEE PUMPS tnndp for nc lw I ltv V Julian& Kokenge which isa guaranteeof RIGHT STYLE. We want to show you the heautifuf new low cut. Come in and look them over. All styles ot Oxfords, Pumps and Ties. SUFFERING FORYEARS Cured by Lydia E. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound i .m iv.ipiua. 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The twenty-second of June will ever be a pleasant day In the future for four members of t'.ic IJaraga lli.li sihxit who will .finish their hb'h school work on that date and be prepared p either reek higher branches of learning or select some profession or occupation, says tho L'Anse Sentinel. The class this year consist of four graduates, namely: William I MoMahon IHward Perry Vaughn Leona M. Stratton Kdnii Helen Theobald. lion. A. T. Ptroeter, circuit JiNtfta for the dlstrhi, will address the cia? An Alumni Association Is being or rranlzod to tender the graduates a re ception. Additional Houghton on Page 6. o our hobbies Dunn, nnd I OCD0 DC DC DC