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FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS.
11
"i . " 1 1 1
MOHAWK HEWS
IS STILL A MYSTERY.
No Light Thrown on Ditapptaranc
Ytara Ago of Maki Girl,
t Abram Makl, residing on Stanton
avenue, returned last Sunday from
ilaBS City where he waa called by a
man who claimed to know something
about the disappearance of hta six
year-old daughter eight years ago. The
etory of the mysterious disappearance
was printed in last Saturday's News.
It now appears that there Is no cluo
whatever to the missing girl. The man
who wrote two conflicting letters re
questing Mr. Makl to come to Mass
City, had heard a spiritualist say that
lie saw the Makl girl la his dreams
hut It developed there Is nothing new
In the girl's disappearance.
ONLY ONE OBJECTION.
Only one objection was raised to the
valuations of property In Mohawk, as
set forth by the supervisor In his prep
aratlon of the township assessment
roll, at the session of the Allouez
township board of review Monday and
Tuesday. The board met In the Mo
hawk mine office. The tax roll will be
turned over to the township treasurer
within the specified time and he will
then send out notices of the township
tax collections. The rate will be de
termined when the board decides what
money will be necessary to conduct the
ufTalrs'of the township during the com
ing year.
MONUMENT TO SOLDIERS.
Matiachusstts Honors Msmory of Fa
mous Sons of Battle Today.
Maiden, iMass, June 17. A hand-
Home monument erected to the mem
ory of the ons of Maiden who fought
In the Revolutionary and Civil wars
was dedicated In Bell Rock park to
day. Col. Edward Anderson of Qulncy,
a personal friend of President Lin
coln and John Brown, delivered the
oration and the memorial was unveil
ed "by MUs Katherlna Page, daughter
of Oilman Page, the oldest living
member of Maiden's original company
sent to the Civil war. Tho unveiling
ceremonies were preceded by a parade
of war veterans, mllltla, and sailors
and marines from tho Charlcstown
navy yard.
COWBOYS HOLD REUNION.
Round-Up Today and Tomorrow
Marks Passing of Famous Ranch.
Swearlngen, Texas, June 17. To
celebrate the final round-up and pass
ing away of tho famous O X ranch
and Its opening up to settlement and
colonization, a two-days reunion and
festival was begun hero today toy the
Northwest Texas Cowboy' associa
tion. The programme provides for a
tolg parade, roping contests, broncho
busting contests, races, trap shooting
and other Interesting features. Tha
concluding event will toe tho final
round-up on the O X ranch, which la I
one of tho largest and oldest ranches
in Texas, having toecn in existence
for nearly sixty years.
GRADUATE OF U. OF M.
Alfred Labine, brother' of Oscar La
bine of Mohawk, and a graduate of the
Culumet high school, will be graduated
on June 30 from the University of
Michigan whero he Just completed the
medical course. lie will come to Cal
umet Immediately after the exercises
and take a position on the Calumet &
Ilecla medical staff as Interne at the
hospital. Eva Labine, a sister of the
graduate, left yesterday to attend tho
commencement exercises, and will re
turn home with him.
FIREMEN PRACTICING HARD.
The Mohawk fire department has
Ken hard at work on its new track
In preparation for the tournament at
the Soo. Tho running team has had
four nights good practice and report n
good start. A ladder truck borrowed
from the Hccla department of the C,
& II. flro department hag been added
to the equipment and is used In tho
daily practice. The track Is In fairly
good shape and will bo much Improved
when tho steam roller Is run over u
The boys are enthusiastic and practic
ing hard.
FLOAT FOR CELEBRATION.
Michael Genereaux, window decora
tor for the Petermann's stores, is build
lnff a beautiful float at Mugford's liv
ery barn at Laurlum for the St. Anne's
celebration next Thursday at eu
Jacket. It will be a representation of
St John the Baptist, with two children
. Rt .Tnhn nnd Christ as
children and a lamb in the center. A
crops on each side of the float will be
(lrnr,cd In white. This will be the only
float In tho celebration.
Notable Bala of Historic Letters of
William Penn' at London.
London, Juno 17. A notable sale
as commenced at Sotheby's today of
the Penn family heirlooms, which were
bequeathed by Richard Penn, great
grandson of the founder of Pennayl-
anla, to Mjarianna Rutland. Of great-
st historical Interest la the original
letters patent, dated August 20, 1694.
instating W.illiam Penn as governor
of Pennsylvania In the place of Benja
min Fletcher. Included In the other
Items of Interest are portraits of and
document signed toy Admiral Penn,
the father of William Penn, and a to
bacco box said to have been made
from the wood of tho giant tree under
hich Tenn made his treaty with tho
Indians in 1G82.
BUNKER HILL DAY MARKED.
Anniversary of Battle of Bunker Hill
Celebrated at Boston Today.
iBoston, Mass., June 17. Boston and
Iclnlty today Joined In the customary
celebration of the anniversary of the
battle of Bunker Hill. The patriotic
demonstration centered, as usual, In
Charlestown, the scene of tho famous
fight. The celebration was begun at
midnight with the lighting of huge
bonfires. In the forenoon there were
military and naval pageants, followed
by patriotic exercises at which.. ad-
rcsues were delivered by ipromlnenl
speakers.
ROD AND GUN CLUB.
The articles of association of tho
Keweenaw County Rod and Gun club,
os prepared by the committee, have
been adonted. there being ten articles
in all. The membership Is steadily
growing nnd Mohawk expects to mus
ter 100 before the end of the monm
Gny Is represented by 65 members of
the 76 now in the club. Two thousand
blnck bnss will probably be sent from
the Soo hatchery following a request
by the club, and planted in the lakes
of Keweenaw county.
CIRCUS HERE NEXT TUESDAY.
Cole & noeerB show will visit Mo-
Vawk next Tuesday. Tho tent will
probably be pitched in front of tho
Glacladom. The bills and posters
pasted on the bill boards and In the
store windows describe an Interesting
show, with all the latest freaks and
all of the old time features of the clr
cus. Contortionists, eymnnsts, clowns
ponies, dogs, monkeys, elephants and
their trainers will exhibit their won
drous feats for Just one day.
BASEBALL HERE SUNDAY.
The Mohawk baseball team plays the
Gay nine here Sunday. Lnst Sunday's
gnme with Lake Linden showed that
Mohawk can rlav some ball. The de
talis of Sunday's game will appear In
Monday's News.
MOHAWK BREVITIES.
Mrs. Charles Eddy of Ishpemlng Is
visiting friends In Mohawk.
Richard Tryor has gone to Ishpcm
Ing for a visit He is Just recovering
from a recent Illness. .
The usual services will be conduct
ed In the Mohawk M. E. church bun
William Curnow of Mohawk Is re
covering from a week's Illness wun in
nammatory rheumatism.
George Morgan of Butte Is back in
Mohawk visiting friends here and In
tuner Keweenaw towns.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mcdlyn and
their two children have left for Pad
Axe, Mich., for a three weeks' visit
with relatives. '
Mrs. Abe I.swrpnr h rnn to Ish
pemlng where she will visit friends
fr several davs. before returning to
her home In Arizona.
Albert Labine, formerly barber In hi
PENN FAMILY HEIRLOOMS.
PARTY AT ELECTRIC PARK.
A very pleasant farewell party was
given at the Electric park, Wednesday
evening by the Our Girls' club, In hon-
or of Mrs. C. Thompson and Miss L.
Gendron of Negaunce, who expect to
leave soon for their home after tpcnd.
ng a short time as the guests of local
friends. The hall was prettily decorat-
ed for the occasion and music was ren-
dered by Kllnehnmrner's orchestra.
Refreshments were served.
HUMMING BIRDS HERE.
Lovers of nature In Calnmet report
that during the past few days thous
ands of humming birds have been seen
In this section. Humming birds rarely
visit this district In large numbers
and the presence of so many at this
time Is noted with pleasure by local
people.
BIG WHITEFISH CAUGHT.
hva .nii tia flh ornrrt nt Booth's
this morning," that monster there Is
not n. wha c. It's a wniiensn. icb,
ir i.mt'ii whltcflsh. but It's tho big-
cent that ever came out of Lake Su
perior so far os I ever heard. It
weighs only thirty-six and one-half
pounds. Some fish, eh?
T ,.,a. "anma" flh" CaDt. John M-
loncy, a well known fisherman, acught
It at the north end or isie ltoyuic, mm
sent it to Duluth by tne uoom mn
n-htoh arrived this morning.
The average weight of a whltcflsh is
about three pounds and a six-pounder
considered a large caicn.
r-onf Ufalnnev had a Stiff fight for
nearly an hour with tho Dig nsn. uu-
luth Herald.
brother Oscar's shop at Mohawk, has
accepted a position at wcuonmuo iu
sorlal parlors at L,aunum. . .
xfnhfin.-b rrlrket team plays
Baltic on the home grounds Saturday
fternoon. MonawK is sun .-.
top and expeqis to win r-
nf fishermen have returned
from Montreal river with a fine' mess
Th nartv inciuucu; .iuim.
Ul IlDll. .
Bamm, George Barrle. Homer Beau-
schare and Albert voeiKcr.
... mt.n.ia win crive An Interest
10m lUtliniu- ..... e
In address Saturday evening in
Sons of St. George nan, nu
, ,..... ! will deal with sup-
. vi..- nf tha lost ten tribes or
Israel, and Intends to trace them from
Palestine through Europe.
i r ih Mohawk M. E.
HCV.
church performed a wedding ceremony
cnu . ,.miii fhrlatonher of
Stanton avenue, when' J.me. . mnc.
Ame ft COX were u..."- -
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News Want Ada bring rtiults
WAITING FOR SUMMER IS A
LONESOME JOB.
Summer (Clothes Cut to Lowly Prices
in the hope that it will bring summer, as
carrying an umbrella brings a sunshiny day.
Sale Starts Sat. Morning, June 18th
IT TAKES A WISER'MAN THAN THE GOVERNMENT WEATHER
prophet to tell what's coming next. It may be a blizzard, and as I
have bought most of my Fall and Winter stock, I am going to close
out just as much of my summer stock, as these big price reductions
will induce you to buy. 1 want you to take chances on there being a sum
mer. I refuse to wait any longer for warm weather. Come on, boys! and
take away what pleases you at these Cut Prices. You'll find some heart
satisfying bargains in this Izzie's Blizzard Sale:
Men's Suits
if
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8,85
:d. '5:0 . ,185
12.85
14.85
io.oo and 12.00
now ........
14.00 and
..now
16.00 and 18.00
now
20.00
now
22.00
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24.00
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25.00 and 26.00
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BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
SUITS
2.50 and 3.00
now . . .
3.50 and 4.00
now
4.50 and 5.00
now
1.85
185
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5.50 and 6.00
now
6.50 and 7.00
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7.50 and 8.00
now
8.50 and 9.00
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. . . .4.85
5.85
6.85
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7.85
Furnishing Goods Reduction
A large assortment of Men's Fancy Shirts, prices
1 .25, 1 .50, and 1 .75, now on QCC
sale at Ww
Men's Fancy Shirts, 50c and 75c 35 C
yalues, now. ,
Summer Underwear, Fancy Balbriggan, C
' regular price 65c, now... www
Boys' and Children's Waists, 50c and 65c O Qc
. ouality, now. .
One lot of Men's Oxfords and Shoes, former A QCJ
price 3.50 and 4.0a now.
One lot of Men's Oxfords and Shoes
4.00 quality, now
2.45
2.95
One lot of Men's Oxfords and Shoes,
our best quality, now .'
Men's Fancy Hosiery, 35c quality, A Qr
now 1
One lot of Men's, Boys' and Children's A Qr
Caps, values up to 75c, now P
Men's Neckwear, 50c values, A Qp
nniir I
35c
...,5c
19 c
now,
Men's Neckwear, 75c values,
now
Men's Working Gloves
per pair
Children's Straw Hats
75c values
ID) IT
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210 Fifth Street Calumet

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