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Y THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. 3 HANCOCK J CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAM AT FEWABIC tl.E. CHURCH The children's day exercises nt the IVwablc M. K. ihunh which weru postponed from last Sunday will take jilaio on Sunday evening nest, ami for the occasion the following program has been urrunjsed: Opening Bong by school, Lot Glad llu.sanaa HiiiK. l'rayer by pastor. IU-sponslvo reading. lU'tltatlon, Vemlce Knight. Song by school, Voices of Gladness. Kxcrclse, llenxlo Kendall und Irene Trancls. Hesitation, Mlna Coheldlck. Song by school, Scatter the Sun beams. Exercise by rhilllaa Nancarrow, Wllletta l'asioe, Gladys Nkholls und Hazel Williams. Recitation, Lyna Goudj;e. Primary soncr, See Them Swing. Uecltatlon, Kvu Toiiin. Solo, liesslo Kendall. Itceltatlon. Willis Laity. Song by school, Birds of the Green wood. Recitation, May Kendall. Hesitation, Alberta Giles. Solo, Ollvo Peters and chorus by Kjhool. Heeltatlon, Laura Verran. Hesitation, Willie Urewor. Song by Bshool, "Something for Him" Hoeltatlon. Hlcka Williams. Exorcise by four Irls from primary. Closing song, "Lift Up Your Hearts." Benediction. PROMINENT SHRINER HERE. Imperial Potentate Hines Danqueted at the Scott by Local Members. Frederick Hlncs of Los Angeles, lm. perlal potentate of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, was a visitor in Han cock yesterday afternoon and early fv;:'?ng, arriving here on the Tloncsta, en route for Duluth. Mr. Hlnes was received by C. I. Hamhette, James T. Fisher, and numerouM other copper country Shrlncrs, and he was taken for a visit to the Quincy and Franklin mines In an automobile. After return ing to town Mr. Hines was entertained nt dinner at the Scott hotel and held an Informal reception, leaving later on the boat. GREATER HANCOCK CLUB SCORES FIRST TRIUMPH Although only organized three weeks the Creator Hancock "boosting" club has ulready accomplished some thing, in having secured recognition from the Chicago Commercial Club. as a result Of 11 brief hilt Kfrnmioim effort to "place Hancock on the map." MH-rcmry c. a. Wright Jr.. of the Creator Hancock Club yesterday re ceived u eummunlcatlon from Secre tary Miller of the Chicago Commer cial flub, stating that If arrange ments can be made, the Theodore Hoosevelt will conic over to the Closo & Hodgson dock In Hancock to tako on board fifteen hundred or moro Hancock business men, their families and their friends. A similar number will be taken on board ut the Copper Range dock In Houghton where the boat will bo tied the greater part of tne time during the day, except while coaling at Ripley. Secretary H. S. Montgomery of tho I'ortage Lake Business Mens Associa tion is making strenuous efforts to place the consignment of tickets for the lake trln In tho eveninir. In tho hands of the local merchants. Those, desiring them can secure them from Mr. Montgomery himself, bv making their wants known, also from Secre tary Wright of the Creator Hancock club, or uny member of the latter club. The Theodore Roosevelt will start out at 7:13 for u trip to Lake Superior, returning about 9 o'clock and depart in;? on route for Cheboygan at 10 o'clock p. m. Saturday night. A pro gram of entertainment and addresses will be arranged for the guests of the. Commercial club. The time of the Chicago Commerc clal clubs visit to I'ortage Lake Is rather Inopportune, coming as it does on the Quincy pay day, and with numerous counter attractions to dive rt the populace from visiting the ship. The merchants and their clerks will be very busy In the evening and can not spare the tlmo for the lake trip. Resides this there will be a circus In town, the Cole &, Rogers show exhib iting In west Hancock on that even ing and on Monday; and then there is the wrestling match at the Kcr redge theater between Frank DuCray and Chris Person. Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder Is Sold at a Moderate Price Not Made by a Trust TEACHERS CONFERENCE ATJ CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH A conference of tho Congregational Sunday school touchers was held last evening, which was attended by nearly all the teachers and their substitutes. A supper was enjoyed und an Interest ing program rendered including the following numbersf Instrumental du ct, Mrs. Ureo and Miss Dock; vocal solo. Mrs. J. K. McAllister; address by Rev. XV. S. Steensma of Chassell on "Echoes of tho World's Sunday School conference held nt Washington, D. C; paper by Miss Eva Curtis on "How to Prevent the Falling off in Attendance at classes during the summer months." addresses by the pastor, Rev. J. S. Could; remarks by Supt. A. F. Mac donald; and solo by Rev. Mr. Steens ma. Supper was served at 7 o'clock and the tables wore attractively decorated. NORTH STAR IN PORT The steamer North Star, of the Mu tual transit company's licet, and the latest of that line to be launched, ar rived In Portage Lake yesterday on Its first trip here eastbound, and load til with copper at the Quincy, Dollar P.ay and Lake Linden smelting works docks. Tho ship Is in command of Captain Edward Blair, formerly cap tain of the North Sea, another of tho Muluals new big steamers.: AWARDING PAINTING CONTRACT. K. T. Parker Get. Job of Painting Pump, Smokestack, of Waterworks. The committee appointed by the board of public works to act with En gineer William J. Rentenback, of the pumping station, met last evening nt the city hall. to award tho contract for tho painting of the pumping station near tho lake, Including the painting of the smoke stack, pumps, woodwork, etc. There were four proposals sub mitted from local painters, and that of K. T. Parker, being tho lowest, was accepted. The amount of tho bid was $290. I ! I I ' ' VERY CATCHY PRODUCTION. CONFIRM TWO CLASSES AT GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. 11. Traub, pastor of, St. Peter and St. Paul's German Lutheran church. Is preparing for t.V; tonflrma- ion of two classes of ohlftlren, one of which will be confirmed on Sunday ext. June 19, and the other on the Sunday following. Tho service on Sunday next will be in German, the xercises being us follov.s: Hymn, ongrogation; liturgy; examination In catechism; hymn, congregation; ud dress to catechumen; selection by choir; hymn, congregation; conllrma tlon, by Rev. G. Traub; song, by class; hymn; liturgy; doxology. Evening ut 7 o'clock, communion service. Tho class to be confirmed on Sunday next con sists of the following nunud boys und girls: Luols Miller, Henry Klusnian, Char lie Klusman,' Herman Klusiaan, Wil lie Klusman, Paul PupKe. Ferdinand Schleve. Emll Kllngbell, Remus Wueb ben, Marion Schuler, Clara Klusman, Irene Wuebben, Anna Urundensteln, Mary liergcr. The class for Sunday. June 2G, with services In English, is ns follows: Hugo Groehler, August Koppelman, Albert Zur Ilelde. Carlos Messner, Ru dolf Messner, Edward Moehrkc, .Elslo Hiittler, Florence Schubert. Ivy Wil liams, Myrtle Exlcy, Irma Exley. The order of services will bo tho same ns on Juno 19. The purochlal school of the German Lutheran church closes tomorrow for the summer vaca tions, but there will bo no formal clos ing exorcises. WILL GO TO TACOMA. "The Prince of Tonight," presented by Henry WoodrulT and a talented company under the management of Mort H. Singer at the Kerredge thea ter last night was one of tho most pleasing offerings nt tho local play house during the season now drawing to a close. The singing was unusually good, und there was more of real act ing In the play than Is customary In musical comedies, it being n blending of the mystic and the real, with fairy land fancies Interspersed into n decid edly up to date American setting. Mr, Woodruff, as the Prince of Lunltahla, Miss Ruth Peebles, ns Virginia Stew- nrt, Lew Lawson as tho old gardener who acts the part of tho fairy god father, John C. Lench, Joseph Nlemyer and Emily Clark, who had the more Important roles In the piece all did their work most artistically and smoothly, and when occasion demand ed with pleasing humor. There were several song hits during the evening, the college song medley being one of the favorites. The next production at the Kerredge will be Miss Grace George in "A Wom an's Way," on Wednesday evening next, June 22. Mrs. Frank Elchelberger of Cobalt, Ont., is visiting with friends In Han cock for n few days. veto Bios. John Tamblyn Secures Appointment in Great Northern Hospital. E. John Tamblyn of this city, one of this year's graduates of the medical department of the university, arrived homo yesterday from Ann Arbor. He Is now a full-fledged "M. D." und next week he leaves for Tacoma. Wash., where ho has been appointed nn In terne of tho Great Northern hospital. Another local' boy who ulso completed his medical course at the university this year is Grover Penberthy, son of E. R. Penberthy of Houghton, who has an nppointment to a similar position of the New York city hospital, where he will assume his duties on July 1. There are several other Hancock v.rn nml women who will be - graduated this year from the Univers ttv of Michigan. Mervin K. Baer com nleted his literary course, securing his It. A. degree and he will take another two vears in engineering. Mr. Haer graduates with high honors and he Vina won distinction by being selected by Prof. Hall of the department of mathematics, to assist in, tho; work of revising a work on trigonometry. This work involved the revising of over five. hundred probjems and was one of no. little difficulty and Importance. Miss May Ruppe, daughtfr . of Mr. and Mrs. George Ruppe," completes a literary courre, nnd her parents will bo present at the graduation X ixorclses having left on the pelofara Yesterday from a tour of tho lakes which will in clude Detroit, whence they will go to Ann Arbor for the commencement. John Mette, son of Mr. and Mrs. Au ., vtMto eomoletes. his studies this year and will be graduated from tho department of architecture. ce Cream Good ice cream Is good food. It is d II. ions, wholesome nnd nour ishing. It has no aftermath to make people repent of oailng It. It is strengthening to a giant and; is helpful to the sick and dying as long as any food tun be taken. TOiMEViE l:VELOURi ilr ce Cream Is delicious, wholesome nnd nourishing made under sanitary conditions uecordlng to the Puru Food law of Michigan. Ice cream delivery to any part of town Catering, soc ials, picnics and parties. PAUL TOMMEI 330 5th Street Phone 251 Bargains in pip $3.50 All Meerchaum Pipes in r.";in:lo.w.$5.00 MecTchnim plpca ranre in pi ice from f.UO to if-13.00. All Briar Pines at. Briar pipes rango in lui-e Tri in fVUU to 00. We have bought the entire stock of samples from Kaufman Lro. ii Uoudy .Now York. Come Early and Pick Your Choice a tock Is limited. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE The Gobs' Billiard Parlor 33! l-.lth St., Calumet. Mich. Holfunbcrff Bros., Props. J be Installed at the city hall ami in Montezuma park, in accordance with the roeommendations of the health committee of the council, end author- zed ut a recent meeting of the council, have "boon received and arrived at the clerk'a office yesterday. About u doz en were ordered, with several extra glassi tops, Into which the water Is fonx-d by the pressure of a handle. They are of the same design as those In use in the public schools and will du uway with the old tin cups. Descriptive journalism. David IJoyd George, chancellor of the exchequer of Great Britain, was described In a French newspaper as the "yelling Apaeho of tho British cri bIs." This Is one of the quieter para graphs In Figaro, of Paris: "Tho eye of Lloyd George shoots out flames. It Is with the Inmate majesty of a king of speech that he treads the plat form, roaring, stamping yes, howling, while be shakes the mass of his long black hair." One Way Out. A many time millionaire says he Etill remains n bachelor because be fenrs a girl might wed him for his money nlone. Why not try a woman who has no Idea of the value of money? New York Evening Telegram. Fcshlonal)!e. "I r.otlco your banco Is quite elder ly, lib hair In positively gray!" "Well, what of it? Gray Is the fashionable ehade now." F.hgende Ulaettcr. Help Your Business A well eiuliied. neat clean look ing wagjn is a great help to uny business, that Is why you should ue our make. Thirty ye-ars exper ience In the carriage und wagon business wili convince you that you get the best value for your money. We will make any style to your order. Josph Hebert, Prop. Phone 193 J Ladies Goats and Jackets Our line is still very complete because we re ceive new garments nearly every day. ' We have a big line of Jackets in covert and mixtures which we have put on sale. At a Reduction of ia Tailored Suits AH our suits row at a big reduction, we have about 40 suit3 mostly Black and Blue, all of the latest cut and beautiful materials. Prices $15. to $30. now i r Slits Skirt .son is truly here nd we are prepared with . flre.t line of the ...son's latest modle. , the very best makes. Price. fom.... J to $15 Child rens mer messes The greatest thing ever invented in the child ren, dre.s .line. Call and see them and you will surely buy them for Tne little ones. Size. 2 to 8 prices . Boo W1.75 For The Sweet Girl Graduate Tlie one occation ever to be remembered by the girl graduate i. .oon here, on this day of all days .he wi.he. to look her be.t and well .he may for thi. .tore ha. alway. played an important part with regard, to the proper apparel for thi. great occasion. Right here we wi.h to remind the parent, of our exceptionally fine line of pretty graduating dres.e. in white lawn., nett., . embroider!., and .ilk. in the very newest style., beautifully trimmed with fine lace, and embroideri... Prices, , 7 mm Her Explanation. Mamlo la considered the dullest Tupll In a public school class. Not long ago the teacher assigned a sub ject for a composition and was sur prised at the comparative excellence of Mamie's work. "Why, Mamie," she remarked, by way of encouragement. "you have doro wonderfully well. Out, reallj, was It original? "No, ma'am," replied Mamie, "1 made it up my self." New York Tribune. FINED FOR DYNAMITING FISH. Franklin Man Arrested and Pay. Fine of $50 and Costs. Lorenzl Oenetti of Franklin, was ar rested yesterday by County Game War den Wilson on a charge ?tt having .ivnnmlted fish In the Boston creek on Sunday afternoon, nnd was nneu nri rnt. hv Justice Olivier. Genettl nnd three companions had Just dyna mlted the creek and tho surface cf tne water was dotted with dend fish, when n resident of the Boston location came along nnd saw tho carnage. He re- norted the affair to the game warden who made the arrest of Gehettl. who, however, refused to tell the names or liose who had been with him. The game warden will keep a close watch on the district between Ilanock ana itoston In the future as numerous cases of game and fish law violations have been reported from that locality. NO COUNCIL- MEETING. The meeting of the council sched uled for last night did not take place owlnir to the absence of a quorum Thero will be a special meeting on Monday night, when the road roller bids will be opened, sewer assessments arranged and other Important business disnosed of. There were several road roller ngents in town yesterday In nn- tlclpntlon of a meeting, and they were considerably disappointed when it did not materialize. BIG CIRCUS AT Coming!! ! jj Tiii! AT THE u " LAUR1UM 2--DAYS--2 Wednesday, June 22 Thursday, June 23 FREE BALLOON ASCENSION Twice daily, at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Cole & Rogers SHOWS ALL INGW THIS YOARl BIO CITY RAILROAD THEATER Kill nn VISIT THE BIJOU Theater TLEAH CHOW LlASSY S ALWAYS The only The.ter shovwing INDEPENDENT PICTURES Something NEW Alway. DEATH OF MINNEHAHA. (Imp.) A RURAL noMEO. (Imp.) AT TH" FARM. (It.TTa.) A VALUABLE HAT. (Italia.) Illustrated and Character Songs By Al and Tes. Abbott. Mil We catrr especially to Ladies A Child' en DAILY M ATI N W C 2:30 EVENING 7:30 Admission: Aduits 10c, Children 5c J. G.Voael Prop. A.F. Abbott Mpr Merry-go-Round, Roller Coaster, Bath House, on Keweenaw Bay, Row Boating, Picnic Ground., Cottage, to Rent. PLANKED WHITE FISH DINNERS. BOATS LEAVE LAKE LINDEN, HOUGHTON and HANCOCK Three Time, a Day. WHITE CITY CO. Phone 475 W. H. LABB, Gen. Mgr. Shelden Bldg. Houghton,Mich. - ll H 11 il n n ini ihi ir fni ii isffiw-STRICTLY MORALt. RANGE LIGHT MOVED. Th ilchthouse tender Amaranth was In port yesterday nnd tho crew nont tho erenter part of the day In moving the Osceola folnt light from It. former site to a place further out n ii... inke. This step was taken in accordance with Instructions Issued by tho United States hydrojrraphle rm r,, nml nlaccs the light where it will be of greater service to Tortago lake mariners. HANCOCK BREVITIES. Dr. Clark of Calumet was In the city on business on Tuesday. Mrs. Modest Roberts of Ishpemlng. formerly of this city. Is spending a few days visiting with friends in tne cop per country. Eldred Mitchell returned yesterday on the Octarora from Duluth. where .m.nt lust week attending- the con- infirm, of the Modern Samaritan Imperial council ns Michigan delegate The sanitary drinking fountains to AM Larger Greater Grander THAN EVER . BEFORE CONTAIN Everything that t. Wonderful, Novel and Thrilling fit the World mf Won derm THURSDAY, JUNE 16 Funny Clowns Great Performers Best Husk WILD AND DOMESTIC A N I M'A L From all parti of the t'ote Don't fall to sco Wallace Tbe Lrtt Black Manad Africa. Lion In Captivity. MORT H. SINGER PRESENTS THE MUSICAL TRUAT OP TUB SUASON ft PERFORMANCES DAILY 0 IX AFTEROON & NIGHT IX k ,v Tent nra Vn.vrr', Hancock, Mon,, June 20 1 IN THE $50,000 GUARANTEED PRODUCTION THE PICE f TONIGHT A Tuneful Gem In a Beauty Setting 6 O -PEOPLEl- Q Q Direct From 200 Nights at Princess Theater, Chicago, , PRICES Entire FirU Floor 1.50, Balcony 1.00, Baloo.y Seats on sle at 1 ormter nwi Dwr