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THE CALUMET NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 19i0. ! ? ,5 I' I Hougtton Department U , ' TCI FDHrtVP SOUTH I THIRTY-TWO GRADUATED AT COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Large Audience Attends Final Ceremony of High Sohool Class of 1910. ADDRESS BY JUDGE BENTLEY Ninetfvn young ladies and tnlrtcen younjr men. mukinp ;i total of thirty two, wire lnet nlnit added to t.u list of tlatso who have be-en uraduated from HoushUn high school. The dans of 1910, the final ceremony nr.cnt the Kraduation of which was ihc com mencement exercises held nt Amphl drome hall lat nisht. Is the largos! that has ever passed out of th portals of the school. The Ptajse of th Am i,hidrome hall which was last nisht decorated with school banners and the class colors, was none too large to a commodate the class of thirty-two graduates nnd the members of the ,iir,i .if .".liicati.in and others who participated in the exercises. 'Expectationt," by Bentley. W. F. Miller, secretary of the board of education, ucted as master of cere mimii'i tliMiichnnt lhf eveninc On behalf of the board Secretary Mill congratulated the members evf the class upon having attained the goal of their nmbitlon and said that he was iire everv mcmbeT of the board was proud to have been serving when this class, the banner class of the Institu tion to elate', was turned out. Judge Iientley's address was excellent. He said that he consented to address this class because of his interest In nil young people nnd was always glad to do ull In my power to help perpetuate this beautiful custom of holding com mencement exercises for those who have completed their courses in the high school." Continuing, the speaker said in part. "When I knew that I had this little Job on my hands I began to cast about for a satisfactory subject for nn address be fore such a fine class nnd, nfter looking several of them full In the face und finding one that would not be scared away, I proceeded to prepare a speech, when I overheard n young man, who was nbout to gradu ate ask, 'I wonder what they expect from a fellow that's going to gradu ate?' That is the reason I forgot the old theme nnd decided to try to tell you tonight some of the things tho world expects of the 'fellow that's go ing to graduate.' The demands and expectations of humanity are always changing. The wonderful machine that h few yrs Hge ww the -murvel f-H who beheld Its work, which was so perfect that one was forced to use some power to dispel the illusion which made one think the machine almost human, Is today being broken up and made Into a molten stream, which Is poured Into another mold to make an other nnd better machine. So must each succeeding generation of young people fashion their education nnd their lives as to supply the demands of a progressive civilization. Many Want "High-Collar" Jobs. "On every side and In every c ity," continued Judge r.er.tley, "are busi ness men who expect the money that lias been spent In training and edu- Feet Tired- So Tired ? TIZ Makes Sick Feet Weil No Matter What Ails Them. TIZ acts nt once and makes tired, aching, swollen feet remarkably fresh and sore proof. It's the sure remedy, you know, for everything that g'ts the matter with your feet. It's for sore feet and for sweaty, bad-smelling feet. and for corns, callouses nnd bunions, too. "For years I have been troubled with sore and tender feet; suffered in. tense paint. Have had the assistance of physicians without relief. I bought a box of TIZ, which worked a perfect cure, as it ha with a great many of my friends. I would not be without it. All it requires it to be known to be universally used." A. F. Dreutzer, Chicago. TIZ Is net a powder. Powders nnd other foot remedies dog up the pores, which bring on soreness of the feet, and Is the only remedy that does. TIZ cleans nut every pore and glori fies the feet your feet. You'll never limp again or draw up your face In pain, nnd you'll forget nbout your corns, bunions and rnllous es. You'll feel like a new person. TIZ Is for sale nt nil druggists, 2". crntu pe r hox, or It will 1c ne nt you ( vlnubln to place a tinrrlomlff nrnuml elirect. If you wlli, freirn Walter Lutlior Ihn walk nt th foet etf the Kte pie un Uoelge & Co., Chicago, I1L til the damage can bo replaced. eating you young men and young wiv men to produce caputdo jind efficient workers to carry on the activities of commercial. Industrial und home .life. These men do not, however, .expect you t come Into their employ and take the best jvsitlons there without first demonstrating your rljtht to those positions, on our streets today there are many who do not work because they cannot get a 'high-collared' posi tion' when they should be extremely thankful to take a collarless Job. The boy who Is carrying ' papers these mornings while the other fellow Is sleeping Is the one who has the best show to grow Into position of trut. A boy who u few years ago was car rying water Is now the superintendent of one of the largest mines In thU dis trict, because he made, good as a water boy and has ever been faithful, trust worthy, energetic and active In every position In which heVaa placed. "A few years ago I was going up the hill to the Atlantic mine when I met a very young man who was the teach er In the little school up there. This teacher later entered a law otllce as clerk and still later beoamo a lawyer who U now recognized as one of the brainiest lawyers, not only of this county, but of the state nnd n man whose services great corporation are today seeking, recognizing his great resources in the field of law. Like wise, some several years ago 'there was a messenger running about th street of this town for a bank, re minding us that our notes wero past due and our accounts over-drawn. II Is today still reminding us of these things but now as president of one of our largest financial Institutions and you will find as dine a grade of Ilice In that bank as Is to be found In the best grocery store. Not very long ago I saw on the streets of this village a young man busily engaged In dicing with a long-handled shovel and aiding In the upraising of electric light and telephone pedes and today the entire village Is Dee-lighted because of his service:. Ordinary Thing Most Important. "The pupil who graduates from the Houghton High school today Is better prepared to take up his life work than were the men who a few years ago walked down the steps of Harvard college as graduates. This Is due to the advancement of our modern meth ods of teaching and education. Tin community expects the graduates of this school to exert a refining Influence on the entire population not that re finement which Is only to yourself but tint which elevates the entire life of the community and makes this a bet ter place in which to live. Above all things maintain your own conviction!. Your life may be lived right here among those whom you have always known anel your dealings be with those who have ever been your friend but do not allow your own idea and your own conviction of what consti tutes" a "good character t'ojeT misled In these dealings with friends." HURONTOWN MAY CELEBRATE. Meeting Will be Held at Fire Hall To night to Settle Question. There Is a strong probability that Houghton's little suburb, Hurontown, will celebrate the aniversary of the signing of the declaration cf indepen dence, on July Fourth. Since. Hough ton's business men have decided to forego a celebration In the village proper, the business men of the hill town hue been quietly working up some sentiment In favor of a celebra tion. Some of the mining captains of the- Isle Iloyale mine have been circu lating a subscription shee-t nnd are said to have secured considerable money. The re is to be a meeting at the Hu rontown fire hall tonight at which It will be finally decided whether or not there shall lw a celebration. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. A marriage license was Issued yes terday to Albert C. Hill of Laurlnm and Ida I Sibllsky rf the same plae'?. Mrs. Ames May wood returned to her home in Marepiette today, nfter spend, ing several days with her sister, Mrs. S. (5. Fierce of F.ast Houghton. Mrs, May we oel came partly to attend the commencement exercises of the high school. Principal J. H. Kaye of the Mar quette high school was In Houghton yesterday on his way to Painesdale whre he will deliver the commence ment nddress before the high school class tonight. Word has been received In Houghton of the death of John Welch formerly of Ontonagon, as the result of h pow der explosion at Cobalt, Out., last week. The particulars of the disaster have not been received but It seems that It was an explosion of loese pow der. Mr. Welch was fifty years old and Is survived by his widow anel sev- rnl grow n children. A special fishing excursion will bo the work to be done by tho steamer Plowboy of the: White City fleet tomor row morning. llaraga, IAnse and I'equamlng will be visited by the ste-amer. The severe electrical storm which visited Houghton nnd the copper coun try yesterday did more damage than vas at first suspected. The worst thing It did In or nbout Houghton, so far as has yet been determined, was the destruction of a portion of the steeple of Trinity Fpiscopl church. One of the corners of the steeple, which Is square nnd Is joaitrncted ot brick like the body of the di.Vf was knocked off, the bricks being thrown to the tldewnlk nt the. side of the building. Another portion e.f the stee ple was shocked so that the bricks be came so loose that It wns found nd- CHICAGO TRADE BOOSTERS ARE DUE HERE TOMORROW The numbers of the Chicago Asso ciation l(f Commerce will W In our midst tomorrow. The btcunur lloo.-e-vclt, upon which the Junketers are making this trade extension visit to the towns of the Lake Superior coun try, is vxpecteel to arrive in Houghton and' to tlo up at the- Copper Kan go dock ut ubout eight o'clock totnoiTem morning. Alter calling on the mer chants of Houghton und llancoek dur ing the morning the Junketers will take special cars em the electric line and visit Calumet and the other towns bet we in Houhlmi and Calume t. In the evening there will be a moonlight excursion tor a couple of hours out upon the lake and the boat will leave here tomorrow night at a late; hour for tho" homeward trip. The lUily Log, the little newspuper published aboard the Itoosevclt, out lines the objects of this trip In the fol low Ing language: "As a first principle, each delegate Is a representative of an Interest, n line of business, or a profession, rath er than a representative of his own tlrm. Collectively, the delegation rep resents Chicago as a whole with a great majority of all Important lines represented. Also, we are "travelling hosts," bent on a tour of "crusade" of acquaintance. 'We carry no sales men or samples and seek no orders. The best way to advance the Interests of the Chicago market Is to discover what other markets have to offer Chi eagei. Wherever we go, our hosts will admit the greatness of Chicago nnd we need waste no eloquence or empha sis on the self-evident proposition that Chicago Is the gn at central mar ket." NELS COUPAL WINS CASE. Jury Awards Him Full Amount Claimed From Griff Estate. Notes. The Circuit court Jury In tho case of Nels Coupal versus the Instate of John Griff yesterday afternoon brought in a verdict In favor of the plaintiff for the full amount of his claim, $231. This case was appealed from the pro bate court when the commissioners appointed by the judge of probate al- allowed the man only $117, half the amount of what he claimed was due for his service to Jeilm drift before that man's death. A similar case was given to another jury In the circuit court, I'hilip Car roll et al being the plaintiffs and the Griff Estate again the defendant. The Can oil claim was $378, alleged to be due for work done at the Carroll foundry. A judgment was rendered for $202.50. The case now on trial is that of Jo pcph Garmatl against John Tokaes. This is the case where the former Is asking damages from the latter for the alienations of the affections of Gar mati'H wife. All the paries to the case live in Calumet. The llghthonse teneler Amaranth ef ttie soverriment service lias been in these waters for several clays. Th tiif.in purpofse of tlie visit ef the craft Is to move the Onccola Sands lifiht at further toward the point of tho canal at that point. l O. Kieri, the Calumet man who has hcen hcM at the county jail on a CO-day sentence for about a week, having been convicted of nssaultim,' Oscar Tolonen, was yesterday released frem the jail by giving a bond to keep the peace. Merry-go-Round, Rollor Coaster, Bath House on Keweenaw Day, Row Boating, Picnic Ground., Cottages to Rent. PLANKED WHITE FISH DINNERS. BOATS LEAVE LAKE LINDEN, HOUGHTON and HANCOCK Threo Times a Day. WHITE CITY CO. Phone 475 V. H. LADB, Gen. Mgr. Shelden Bldg. Houghton, Mich, Closing Attraction ONE NIGHT ONLY THURSDAY, JIM 23 Direction of Wm. A. Brady in PRICE! Paniuctto nnd 2 rows J Clre-lf. $2.00; bnlance P. Circle, fl.r.O; I'irKt 2 rowjt b:il' .r.y, ll.r.O; ,nliince- balcony, $1.00; JJal. Circle, 7."c; fiallcry, f.Oc; ll.ix Kc-uts, $2.00. Se-at ready Monday, Juno 20, Forst r' ncwn stand, rilled nc cording to receipt. Canlane ut 10:19. 1 I BIG CIRCUS LAURiUM 2--DAYS--2 Wednesday, June 22 , Thursday, June 23 FREE BALLOON ASCENSION Twke daily, et 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Colo & Rogers flIO CITY RAILROAD SHOWS ISUW THIS YGARI tsiJoV-STRICTLY MOnALBSh'i. CONTAIN Evrrythins that If Wonderful, Novel and Thrilling In the World of Wonders Larger Greater Grander THAN EVER BEFORE Fncay Clowns c v. fireat Performers Best Music WILD AND DOMESTIC N i M A L S From all parts of ths clot A Don't fail to sec Wallace Th Lartost Black Maned Africa Lion In Captivity. ( PERFORMANCES OAILY f i AFTEROON' & NIGHT L ?! A' TttnlM ure Wii,lerpr)f)f Hancock; Moil., June 20 : . n r . . 11 r amny Theater iTLEAH CHOW i GLASSY 3 ALWAYS The only Theater showing INDEPENDENT PICTURES Something NEW Always DEATH OF MINNEHAHA. (Imp.) A RURAL ROMEO. (Imp.) AT THE FARM. (ItaT.a.) A VALUABLE HAT. (Italia.) Illustrated and Character Songs y Al and Tess Abbott. We tlr spocii:y to Lddirs & Child cn DAILY MATINFC 2:30 EVENING 7:30 AdftissiSR. AduifclCc, Children 5s J. G. '3l Prop. A.F. Aobott Mor 9 Mall ordcra rt r Til id ri ... 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