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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1310.
THE CALUMET NEWS. 3 HANCOCK CIRCUS, AND CHICAGO MEN , WILL BE HERE TOMORROW Tomorrow will bo circus day In Huncoek. There uIho will bo numerous other tilings happening to make the day a ih.tablo one. ' "i JJf Tho circus will bo that of Colo & Itegers, und It will exhibit on the Con don lot neur tho brewery. It lias play ed he.-vcral of the copper country towns during tho past week nnd la well gpukcii of. There will be animal acts, aerial trapeze and acrobatic features, trained dogs nnd ponies nnd other reg ular circus features. Tho circus will give exhibition tomorrow afternoon und evening; n!;:o on Monday. Tomorrow will also be Roosevelt day, both on account of the strenuous cx-prenident striking New York on his return from abroad, and because of tho fact that the "Theodore Roose velt" will arrlvo in Portage Lake with u delegntlon of Chicago merchants, manufacturers and boosters on board. They will roach here from Duluth in the morning, will spend the day call ing on merchants in tho two towns, and at 7:13 the boat will Btart out with three thousand Hancock und Houghton people for a lake ride, as guests of the Chicago men. The boat will start for .Cheboygan at 10 p. in., after getting back from the trip. Han cock people will bo taken on board at Close & Hodgson dock. Another of tomorrow's features will be tho wrestling match at the Kor redge theater between Person and I)u cray, towards which local wrestling fans have been looking with Interest for bomo time past. Person weighs 1S2 ami IuCray 185, and both are good men, the reputation of the former be ing well and favorably known here. Tomorrow will be Qulncy day, and tho merchants uro looking for a big trade, bo that all things considered, Hancock people are going to be pret ty busy tomorrow. EAGLES' STATE CONVENTION, j To bt Held Nxt Week, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Largo itoHtcrs have been received y officers of tho Hancock aerlo of Eagles announcing the annual state nnvcntlon of tho Fraternal order of JagJrs, to be held next week at Alpc- lwf. Alex McDonald was recently elect ed delegate of Hancock lodge to attend the convention. The opening session on Tuesday, Juno 21 at 2 p. m., will bo addressed by tho mayor of Alpena, and an address of welcome by a represent ative of the state aerie will respond. In the evening nt 7:30 there will be a reception at tho city hall by tho ladies of Alpena to visiting ladles, and a smoker for visiting Kagles by Alpena aerie. The state convention will be called to order on Wednesday morning and In tho afternoon there will bo a model aerlo meeting, with grand prl.o drill ontests. An nutomobllo trip to Long ako for tho ladles at 2 p. m. and a grand ball at 7 p. m. will bo tho fea tures for tho balance of the day. Tho final session of the grand aerlo will be held Thursday morning Ht 9 o'clock and the grand pnrado will tako place at 1 o'clock. Frizes will bo offered for the best appearing nerlo of not less than fifty members; for the largest number coming tho longest distance; for aeries bringing bands of not less than eighteen pieces; nnd for the tall est, shortest, heaviest and thinnest men in line, xne grand nnu siaio aeries offer prizes of J100, JCO and $40 for the best exemplification of ritualis tic and degree work at the convention, and tho state nerlo silk banner will also be competed for at tho conven tion. HORSE SWIMS ACROSS LAKE. Sights Pleasant Pastures on Hancock Side and Comes Across. Kmploycs of tho pumping station and other persons in the vicinity of tho ferry In west Hancock, were greatly surprised to fco a horse swlm- mlng across portago Lake from the Houghton to the Hancock side about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho animal was seen to run along tho andy shore several times, glancing from time to time towards t'he grassy shores of the Hancock side. Finally the nnlmal paused and after gazing Hancock ward for a few moments as though estimating the chances of be lug ablo to swim the distance, it sauntered slowly into the water. It then struck out and paddled, steadily and easily towards tho opposite shore Those who noticed tho Incident called the attention of others to the equine swimme r, nnd soon cuite a crowd wns watching the effort. Tho horse slow ly approached the shore, then up the bank, shook Itself a few times, gavn n whinny of satisfaction, and proceed cd towards a spot whore tho grass was green and luxuriant. The own crshlp of the horso Is not known, the nnlv mark of identification being a bell about tho nnlmals neck with the Initials "II. ?. T." scratched upon it AVord was sent to the poundmaster. who took the animal In charge ano will endeavor to restores It to Us owner. Dr. W. II. 'Matchette has received i new automobilo which arrived yester .i:i v. n Is a Flanders, forty horso power, and is a strong and attractive! vehicle. Bargains in PIPE All Mccrchaum Pipes in r.!w"dow.$5.00 Meerclu'.um pipe ratine in price from fi.OO to $15.00. All Briar CA Pines at....Pov IJriar pipes rnnjio In price fre m $5.00 to $!UH). We have Inrngiit the entire stock of samples from Kaufman Uros. & Jloiidy New York, Come Early and Pick Your Choice hs the stock is limited. DON'T rORGET THE PLACE The Cubs' Billiard Parlor 331 Filth St., Calumet, Mich. Hoffanberc Broi., Propi, Mary Scott Castle, whose death is. furnishing the most baffling interna tional murder mystery of recent years. FISHING TRIP TOMORROW. An opportunity to enjoy a day's out ing with a fishing trip thrown in is offered by Captain Lloyd of tho steam er Plowboy for tomorrow. A low rate excursion will bo run to L'Anse and llaraga, a seventy mile ride In nil. with four hours time at Ilaraga or L'Anse The steamer Tlowboy will leave the Close & Hodgson dock at 9 o'clock in tho morning, Peninsula Wholesale dock Houchton at 9:15: Dollar iia, 9:30. Returning will leave L'Anse at o'clock: P.araga, 4:13; Pcquaming, 4:45. beginning next week tho riowboy will begin a regular schedule between 1. which wns tho regular run of tho boat last season, and the move will be much more ap preciated by the many Hancock people with whom the canal Is the favorite resort on warm days. Help Your Business A well equipped, neat clean look ing wagon is a great help to any business, that Is why you should use our make. Thirty years exper ience in tho carriage and wagon business will convince you that you get the best value for your money. . We will make any style to your order. Calumet Carriage Works Joseph Hebert, Prop. Phone 193 J NO ACTION TAKEN. By Business Men Relative to Shorter Hours During tne aummtr. a well attended meeting of the Tor tage Lake business Men's nssoclation was held Wednesday evening at the headquarters of the secretary in me vmiih block. The main business ens cussed was the early closing problem ..nornlmr which, however, no ueu nlte action was taken. Many of the ,r. and drygoods dealers favored it. while others were opposed to doing anything unless all agreed to close. It Is probable that some or me memm.. of both towns will close early during July and August, on their own initia tive and independently of what others .i, Tho matter of tne annual picnic was not brought up. DU CRAY HERE TONIGHT. Wrestler Wire. That He Will Get Here Today for Match With rerson. t.,.v nnCrav. the Nebraska wrest lor who is to meet nt the Kcrredge theater tomorrow evening, has wired that ho will reach Hancock this eve- . ,-m Tnrt Arthur, where AUVieea n" - t n,l Wllrtanen arc giving a bc .1- .,f wrestling exhibitions, state that tho copper country champion was to have wrestled Paju at tho Canadian town on Monday evening last, but that ..... n.,.i, railed to take place. PjiJu was present In the hall but refused to Ro on with Lehto, his reiusa. i ,viii, leers and hoots of derision He then agreed to go on the follow'" night, regarding the outcome oe details have not yci Among tho v Lehto took on at Port Arthur was one calling himself Sampson, but who 1 Gloved to be a prominent Finnish wrestler named KlvimaKi. wnw him in ten minutes. TICKETS FOR COMMENCEMENT Car. be Exchanged for Reserved Seat Coupon on Tuesaay mr..... the high school ,m,nt exercises arc being issued i,y Superintendent LaRowe, and can obtained from him or from members hoard. They may be ex changed for reserved seat coupons at L Kcrredge hardware .tor. bogln ... t ...s.lav morning next. Tlicro s no charge for the tickets, tho on y reason for retiring thorn being to prevent overcrowding nnd to limit ho Attendance to those wno are, fl , exercises. Tho com tCrCSieil ... , T.rn mencoment will taKC pic dav evening. ...ln- ninss win W"S vi - - tcrtaln tho seniors at a party to bo Lhen nt Elcctrle park. Luncheon will DC served by the girls of the junior ,,.ss and there will be dancing for which the C. & H. orchestra wn. .ur nlsh music BALTIC BOY DEAD John nutkovitch. aged eUM ..... r Mr. and Mrs. - - V At MitlllC- ' " held thi . 1 ., l htf with services r"'"-' son ... . ,,,.,., of scarlet t1Uv, yn.irr,.y y fever. The '""" morni"! ; ; ,ter of Atlantic, nnd In "?'. in Forest IIUI ccoetery, If I III "V .Houghton, American Woman Murdered in Italy. Como. Italy. June 1. Mystery con tinues to surround the death of Mrs. Mary Scott Castle whose body was found In a trunk which fishermen re covered from Lake Como. airs. iScott's life lias been an event ful one. As nn nctress she won many friends, among whom was a promi nent San Francisco lawyer. She mar ried him but was divorced later. In August last year she shot at and wounded in the Waldorf-Astoria, V;ti. D. Crald, a prominent club man. He refused to enter a complaint ngau.st her i.nd the matter was dropped. f?ho hag been traveling in Kurope since and a few weeks ago he settled In a villa on the shores of Lake Como with a man believed to be French or Rus sian. Suddenly both parties disappeared nnd the discovery of hr oody in ft trunk by some llshernien brought to light tho tragic fate of Mrs. .'ast'.e livery effort is being made by Ku ro pe -an police to locate the man witft whom she was living, if ho Is still alive. It is now feared that ho too was murdered. JL u Ladies Goats and Jackets Our lino is still very compreto because we re ceive new garments nearly every day. " " We have a big line of Jackets in coverts and mixtures which we have put on sale. At a Reduction of xa HANCOCK BREVITIES. Tho complaint against Matt Kupnrl, alleging slander, ha.s been withdrawn. The McAllister drug store Is having Installed nn lceless ice cream nnd soda fountain, the cooling belnir accomplish ed by tho ummonia process. P.ev. P. A. Sullivan of tho St. Paul seminary, arrived on the Oetarara esterdny for a visit with relatives In this city, where he will spend his vacation. Miss Lisle Colds worthy has re turned from Minneapolis where she Is engaged as a teacher, to spend the vacation with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. R. Ooldsworthy. Mrs. Joseph Snell has returned home after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Pruce Middlcmlss. nt HIbblng. Minn., and her son, II. V. Snell at Globe, Ariz. Chief of Police Tibor left yesterday for Ionia, and will spend a week visit ing In lower Michigan and other points. During his absence the several night watchmen will tako turns at day duty. A young couple from Houghton enmc over to Hancock Wednesday vonlni? nnd eot married, but asked the officiating tiergynnn to keep it ejuiet ns they did not want tneir friends to know about it Just yet. The engagement has been announced of M. J. Walsh, superintendent of the Itessemer schools, nnd formerly prln- copal f the Hancock high school, to Miss Ollchriese, daughter of a former Hancock M. R pastor and also at one time a teacher In tho Hancock sc hools. The date of tho wedding is understood to bo the latter part of the present month. Miss Florence Stoekly leaves to morrow for Ann Arbor, to attend the commencement exercises at which a number of Hancock young people will graduate. Resides the list given in The News yesterday there will nlso be nmong the Hancock graduates Misses T?.wir.M.a Morrison. Miss Lillian J.roeK and Miss Emma Kcrredge, tho latter having completed a course nt the con servatory of music. Tho Franklin and Qulncy schools will close for tho term this afternoon, and ii number of the teachers will leave for their homos elsewhere. Miss es Johnson and Ford of tho Qulncy school have "resigned and will not be back next year. The closing program at the Franklin was given Tuesday af ternoon and the exercises were attend ed by', a number of parents nnd friends f thu pupils.. TO HAVE SPECIAL TRAINS. Manager Kerredge' Arranges Extra Service for Grace George Date. Manager Kay Kerredgo of the Kcr redge tlit;iter yesterday announced that he had made arrangements for special street car -service for Lake Linden patrons of the theater on tho date of the engagement of Grace George, who comes to tho Kcrredge theater next Wednesday evening in "A Woman's Way." Thre will also be special service for Copper Range pa trons and those from Dollar Ray and the Lake shore towns, besides which there will be the usual special cars of the Houghton county street railway between Hancock and Houghton. The. attraction is one of the strongest of the past season, which has been a bril- Tailored Suits AH our suits now at a big reduction, we have about 40 suito mostly Black and Blue, all of tho latest cut and beautiful materials. Prices $15. to $30. now Skirts Skirt o ason is truly here Rid we are prepared with a great line of the season's latest modles in tho very best makes. Prices fom ... Boom Children's er Dresse The greatest thing ever invented in the child ren dress .line. Call and see them and you will surely buy them for Tne little ones. Sizes 2 to 8 prices . For The weet The one occasion ever to be remembered by the girl graduate is soon here, on this day of all days she wishes to look her best and well she may for this store has always played an important part with regards to the proper apparel for this great occasion. Right herj we wish to remind the parents of our exceptionally fine line of pretty graduating dresses in white lawns, netts, embroideries and silks in the very newest styles, beautifully trimmed with fine laces and embroideries. Prices, I - ..A n-T-' M.1r ' .mil liant one, nnd will close the theatri cal year with a blaze of glory. IMiss George being one of the best known women on the American stage. Mie travels In her own private car, has a big and carefully selected company, and on this occasion sho will bo join ed by her husband. William A. Rrady, the well known managing producer, with whom she will take a vacation trip after the show closes In Chicago next week. Good Weather for Dentists. Dentists tny that damp weather In creases their business CO per cent. The Autocrat'! Story. Dr. Oliver Wendell Iloimcs used to tell a siory to the effect that a man called enrly one evening to Bee his pastor, nnd fv little girl of 9 opened the door to Mm. "Father la not at home," she tald, "but, If you have como to talk about your soul, you had better come In, for I understand ti e whole plan of salvation." Elm Tree Centuries Old. Recently the largest elm tree In Winslow township, Jefferson county, Pennsylvania, was cut. Ry the annual rings It was between 320 and S25 years old. Rabbltville Saves Its Money. A feller was hear trying to raza muney to itt a fence around tho graveyard, but Me and the leading citizens refused to put up a cent for such n useless expense. Them that Is bellied there can't get out, and us fellers what Is out don't want to get In. So whyfore Is a fence needed? Rabbltville Correspondence Dallas (Ore.) Optimist. Joint Owners. Proud Mother Oh, James! What do you think? The twins have anoth er tooth! Life. . " I Pimples l J for 75 ICemoved ccnH One Can Cuticlay - - - 50 cents One Tablet Cuticlay Soap 25 cents Will make the most unsightly skin as smooth as velvet. Your druggist guarantees It FOR SALE BY EAGLE DRUG STORE, Calumet, Mich. The Cuticlay Co., Props., Chicago. . FREE! FREE! . II A 1 MOCKS nn Sntur.lnv. Juno 18th. we will glvo to each purchaser of one can of our Making Powder, a good, strong Hammock. Just the thing to take camping or plcnlclng. Grand Union Tea Company 111 Fifth St., Calumet, Mich, k Sale of 2,500 Fine Umbrellas Choice Saturday from the Clogs Co. worth up to $12.50 7 Follmer- "Of JO. HOW IT HAPPENED Last February while our representative was In New Yolk he made tho well known umbrella manufacture rs l.,llmer-Clog & Co.-an offer on all their odd umbrella handles remaining on hand May 15. handles that cost frcn 73c to $7: SO each. Then three qualities of cloth were se lected at I1.12VS. $1-23 and $1.50. also frame. Heel rod. ta-vel andcover bringing tho wholesale cost, If bought In the regular way. nt from $2.37,4 to $9.73. and which will retail at $3.25 to $12.50. We had anticipated there being (K0 In the lt, but at the prlee we bought them tho ex tra 500 comes as a pleasant surprise, as It enables ti to give to l.fioO women and to 000 men the greatest umbrella bargains In their lifetime. To n-eommodate the crowds that will respond to this announcement extra salespeople have been provided to serve you promptly, positively none will be sold or re served until the s;lo begins Saturday. June ISth. Remem ber the values range up to 12-!"A the price, only ERE is an umbrella sale that will make history for Calumet and all Houghton County. A mer chandise movement of such gigantic propor tions as to startle the merchants and people of this community. From the Follmer-Clogg Co. comes this great purchase of 2,500 Men's and Women's high grade umbrellas. They have silk-mixed gloria cloth covers, warranted fast colors and will outwear three of the silk ones. The frames are especially selected and endless variety of handles; including gold plated and pearl inlaid, gun metal, copper, fancy woods overlaid and inlaid with sterl ing silver and Eng lish and French horn. These are umbrellas that will retail regularly in any store at from $3.25 to $12.50, but we place the entire lot on sale at one price Saturday morning, when you may take your choice at only.... See the win- i dow display XJj'jz! MICHIGAN 1 CALUM EJ fe ) f Y