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THE CALUMET NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910. r ' t M J.r V CALUMET NEWS. Daily Except Sunday. Published By Th MINING GAZETTE COMPANY AT CALUMET, MICHIGAN. M. W. YOUNGS, Editor. W. M. LYON, Bus. Mgr. TELEPHONES: Calumat. Business Of flee 209 Editorial Rioins HANCOCK OFFICE. Elks' Tempi. rhone 312 HOUGHTON OFFICE. rhone 199 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! By Mail or Carrier. Tor year (in advance) $3.00 per year (not In advance) 6.00 Ter month &0 Single Issue 05 Complaints of irregularity In delivery will receive prompt and thorough in vestigation. Old subscribers wishing to change their addresses must furnish old as well as new addresses in each instance. New subscriptions may be ordered by telephone, mail or carrier, or In person at the company's office. Publication arid Printing Office, 104 Fifth Street. Calumet, Michigan. Entered at the Post Office at Calumet. Michigan, as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910. Freddie liked to touch a match to Ko- man candles tall. When Freddy reads the paper, it's through a glass eye ball. fat Kelley says ho will stand on his record. The courage of this man is remarkable. Hooker T. Washington is Interested in the hcadwork. and Jack Johnson in the footwork of their race. Teddy mum for two months! Can you imagine it? Yet he says he won't discuss politics or make speeches any where until two months after his ar rival in the 1'nited States. Probably wants to prove he still has a lot of faith in Taft by letting him run the country a while longer. Edison's elerklcss store, , where the customer may, by dropping a eoiu in a slot, get what he wants done up In a neat package, will never be a suc cess until he Invents a return slot in which she may deposit the purchase to be exchanged for something else Just a shade lighter or darker. The county board of supervisors is to be congratulated on its selection of county road commissioners, who will put the county road system in opera tion in this country. They arc men who know how to build roads along scientific lines and nt tho least ex pense. The work is in capable hands and the people of the county will have no occasion to regret having adopted the new system. There Is no distinct community of Interest between -any pair of the gu bernatorial and senatorial candidates In the pending campaign. Some news papers are playing the Osborn-Town-seinl combination, others are going in for Osborn find Ilurrows. Some of Lieutenant Governor Kelley's staunch est support is coming from tho most ardent Townsond sheets. Tho situa tion as affecting these points is differ ent in nearly every county in the state, and every candidate Is out to get all the votes he can, irrespective of the other fellow. In short it is a beautiful ly mixed and variegated state of af fairs. Mining Journal. The Lansing Republican, which Is tooting its horn for Pat Kelley for the republican nomination for governor, says the newspapers of the upper pen insula have deserted Osborn because they haven't been saying much about him lately. This Is Just a sample of th kind of stuff the Kelley campaign bureau is Indulging in. If the truth were printed Kelley wouldn't know ho was even In the race. Will the Ilepubliean kindly mention tho papers that have gon back on Mr. Osborn? The news papers that have been with him from the start are still with him, and are confident Mr. Osborn has nothing to fear from tbo results In the tipper pen insula at the September primaries. The voters of the north country long ago made up their minds to vote for him and will stiek to him to the last. They know he will make the best governor Michigan ha ever had because he is tho best qualified of all the candidates. If the newspapers of late have been quieter than usual about Mr. Osborn's campaign affairs It Is b'-causo they feel that his cause In tho upper peninsula Is safe. The tremendous vote he will get up here will bo the proof of this. THE From Monroe county to tho strait of Mackinaw Is a lonk Jump. It com prehends the length of the entire lower peninsula and yet In Monroe county In sight of tlie Ohla line, Osborn senti ment Is Jut as strong as It is In Che boygan county, where every paper, 'very republican leader anl the rank and file make allegiance to Osborn a sort of religion. The declaration of the Monroe Record -Commercial favor ing Osborn's nomination ar no les positive and enthusiastic than the ut terances of the Cheboygan Tribune, the stalwart republican organ of Che boygnn county, upon the same subject W,lth his leadership In the race thus early established and admitted even by his opponents. Chase osborn will nev er be headed and will finish Kit still more strongly. Tho real campaign l now on. I'p to now, there has been a good deal of JtH-kcytug for position. With but twelve weeks of campaign ing left, tho race is n and Osborn heads the bunch. His ability as a campaigner, his attractiveness as a po litical candidate, his quality as a plat form speaker anil his courage t say Just what he thinks are the gualltlca tlons which will bring Chase Osborn und-T the wire an easy winner wln-u the finish comes next September. It Is great to be young: Oklahoma Is young ami these are glorious days down in the Infant state. Also musi cal comedy Is enjoyable when present ed on the stage, in spite of the same old Jokes and the same old gags, but when good comic opera, original, na tive and refreshing, is gien in real life it is worth watching. Iown in Oklahoma they are serving up in real earnest delightful slices of comic opera setting- and plot. The present entertainment Is afford ed by the effort to definitely locate the state capital, Guthrie has been hold ing down the job, but there Is nothing so dear to the heart of the true Okla homa n as excitement and change. When conditions remain stationary for two r three days the inhabitants be gin to fear the grand young state has gone to seed, l'.y referendum the ques tion of permanent location of the state capital has been submitted to the peo ple and the vote has naturally moved the state capital to Oklahoma City, possibly next year it would go to Shawnee, another claimant, after Ok lahoma City has had its whack at it. in order to keep the thing from taking root anywhere, but this time Oklahoma City has a big majority. Put naturally Guthrie Is peeved. When the daughter of Coventor Has kell ventured on the streets of Outh rie to cheer the reports showing that Oklahoma City was forging ahead the gallantry of the gentlemen of" Outhrie was dissipated to the four winds and they so far forgot themselves ns to hurl jeers and hisses and stones and brick bats, fermented eggs and ripe cabbages at her. Prominent Outhrie citizens rushed to the district court and secured an Injunction restraining the state officials from removing the state offices to Oklahoma City for the present. In their extremity they turn ed for relief to that wonderful Oklaho ma constitution, which contains prac tically everything desirable and unde sirable, nnd after cartful study they found relief in a clause establishing the state capital at Outhrie until 1013. Put the capital has been moved. The great seal of the great state of Oklahoma was secretly abstracted from the office of the secretary of state and rushed under cover of night by automobile to Oklahoma City, gov ernor Haskell announces his intention to disregard the injunction. He and other state officers have opened up offices in an Oklahoma City hotel. A proclamation declaring Oklahoma City the official seat of government is ex pected. And thus are the courts and the officials of the state concerned in n. nice little comic opera muddle. It only remains for Oklahoma City to expand so rapidly ns to absorb Ou thrie or vice versa to settle the diffi culties and work the plft out to a hap py conclusion, provided Shawnee does not mix In in the meantime, in which case it Would have to be absorbed too. Sometime Oklahoma is going to grow up. Just at present, though. It has all the refreshing characteristics, the enthusiasm and the seriousness over comic affairs, that we find so de lightful In others. Put in the mean time It Is serving a very useful and Important purpose In the great feder ation of states; it Is lightening the strain of the serious season and giv ing us a chance to relax our minds. PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Sabattu, Maine-. " You told me. to take Lydia K. linkham's Vegetable! Compound and Liver pills before child-birth, and we are all surprised to see bow much pood it did. My jdiysi. cian said ' Without doubt it was the Compound that helped you.' I thank you for your kindness in advising me and give you full permission to use my name in your testimonials." Mrs. II. W.MiTfiitLT., I5ox 3, Sabattua.Me. Another Woman Helped. Ciraniteville, Vt "I was passing through the Change of Life and Mattered from nervousness and other annoying symptoms. Lydia E. rinkham's Vege table Compound restored my health and strength, and proved worth mountains of gold to me. For the sake of other suffering women I am willing yon should publish my letter." Mrs. Chaici ks Uakclay, Il.F.D., Grain" tc Tille, Vt. Women who aro passing through this critical period or who are suffer lng from any of those distressing Ills Deculiar to their sex nhould not lose sight of the fact that for thirty years Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Lom- rrmnil whtrh la mndrt from TOOtS and herbshas Wen the standard remedy fnr fomou tn in nlmost eyer? com munity you will find women who hare ien restored io neaiwi vj E. Ilnkham'a Vegetable Compou" HER I LAURIUM j FAIR ASSOCIATION MEETING 10 BE HELD NEXT TUESDAY Report of the Membership Com mittee Undoubtedly Will be Gratifying. MEMBERS IN THE ENTIRE U. F. A meeting of tho members of the Northern Michigan Agricultural asso ciation will be held in the Calumet State bank building next Tuesday eve ning. The report of the membership committee, which Is working hard to boost the membership of the associa tion, will be received. Life members are what the associa tion Is making and endeavor to secure. P.ach of these will pay an entrance fee of $10, Already more than 100 mem bers have affiliated. The association has been launched most successfully. Interest In It has been created throughout the copper country, members being enrolled from the four counties of Ontonagon, Itar aga, Keweenaw and Houghton. It is proposed to reach outward and Include the Iron country towns, in fact mem bership will be obtained in the entire upper peninsula. Through this means interest w ill be aroused that w ill make the annual exhibition of the associa tion one of the biggest ill the northern part of the state. Attractions are to be secured for the first annual fair to be held the latter part of September. Officers of the as sociation are highly enthused over the prospects for the show. WEDDED LAST EVENING Miss Ida Sibilsky United in Marriage to Albert C. Hill Miss Ida Sibilsky, of Laurium, and Albert C Hill, of the Tecuineh loca tion, were wedded last evening, at the home of the bride, corner of Second and Floriila strets, Laurlum, r.cv. Mr. liarkling. pastor of the Ocrman-Luth-eran church -officiating. The bridesmaid was Miss Ia Tel- low, of Lnuriutn. and the best man Al bert Sibilsky. n brother of tito bride?. The home was beautifully ch-ooratod for the occasion. The ceremony took place before the immediate friends nd relatives only. A wedding supper was served following the reremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hill have gone to house keeping in Laurlum. t CIRCUS IS COMING. Cole & Rogers Will Exhibit in Laurium June 22 and 23. Cole & Roger's Itailroad Shows will exhibit at Laurium, two days. Juno 22 nnd 23, and two performances will bo given rain or shine, under u mammoth waterproof tent. Cede & Rogers have a company of ladies and gentlemen performers of tho highest class, who present twice dally one of the best per formances ever witnessed; a perform ance never equaled by any similar at traction, prices considered. There will be a grand free street parade at 1 o'clock each day, and after the return of the street parade to the show grounds, there will be n balloon ascension. The performance starts as soon as the balloon ascension Is over. MEMORIAL SERVICES SUNDAY. Memorial services In honor of Itjorn- Vtjerne Iljornson, Norway's premier poet, will be held In the First National bank hall of Laurlum Sunday after noon, under the auspices of the Fre- tnad Norwegian society. An invitation Is extended all Norwegians to be pres ent. Thomas Tunem will deliver the eulo gy, and music Is to be furnished by the Norwegian Lutheran church choir. Neds Nelson will render n vocal solo, and Miss Amanda Petersen a piano solo. The exerc ise-s will begin prompt ly at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. IN JUSTICE ARMIT'S COURT. John Gralnk has been arrested on a charge of assault and battery pre ferred! against him by John Stnkcdv and the case will be disposed of today by Justice Armlt. It nppenm that tho dif ficulties existing between the pair or iginated while at work underground Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning, when Grahek Is alleged to have struck Stukcl. A warrant was issued last evening from Justice Armlt's court for the ar rest of Axed Nlklaa of Laurium, on a charge of slander. Hugh Gibson is the complaining witness. CARELESS USE OF FIREARMS.. Residents of the village of Iiurlum are complaining of the dangerous way youths and others In the vlllago nre handling guns nnd other weapons. It was only a few days ago that Marshal James Wills found a youth shooting with a rifle at the tanks of one of the oil companies doing business In the village. I'.efore he could be captured he got nway. A crusade Is on against the careless use of weapons, sling shots, etc.. In the village and anyone found using the samo will be arrested. NOTADLE CHURCH EVENT. Rev. Fr. F.dward. a former Calumet young man. will cHebrnte his first high mass Sunday morning In the Sacred Heart church. Members of the Catho lic Order of Foresters, Calumet coun cil. Knights of Columbus, A. O. II, and Y. M. C. C. w ill attend In. a .body. Sne- musto will ho rendered nt the ser- DEATH OF MRS.- BERG. Well Known Resident of Gay Location Passes Away Yesterday The death occurred at 10:30 yester day morning at tlay of Mrs. Julius llcrg, aged CO years. The funeral will be he ld Sunday u ftornoon from her old home at 4345 Cone stree t. Yellow Jack et, with scrxlces at the Ne.rweg.an M. F. church on F.tghth street, Rev. An drew Krlckson officiating. The deceased died of ph-urosy. She was one of the oldest residents of tho copper country coining to Calumet 27 years ago. She was born in Norway in 1S41. and since coining here has been very active In church tiffalra. She was mauled at Centennial 36 years ago, and Is survived by her hus band and six children, all married. Her daughters. Mrs. Henry Larson and Mrs. Christ Jorgciison, reside In Copper City. Her sons are l'aul. Nor man, Alec and Theodore, all living In Calumet. The deceased hail a largo circle of friends ami acquaintances and her loss Is keenly regretted. JUNIOR RECEPTION HELD Members of tho Junior "A" and Sen ior "II" classes of the Calumet high school tendered a reception to the graduates of the school lat evening it the Calumet Light Guard armory. The event proved one of the most pleasant that has eve r b on conducted In thl city. The armory was beauti fully decorated In the colors of the class and a splendid program of 24 numbers was rendered by the C. & H. orchestra. Refreshments were served. Commencement exercises will be conducted this evening at the Calumet theatre", when diplomas will bo pre sented to the 77 members of the class of Rt H. WILL LET ROAD CONTRACTS. A special meeting of the Calumet township board will be held next week for the purpose of awarding the road contracts in the Lake Shore and Copper City and Trap Rock river districts. The meeting was to have been held yesterday, but owing to the work ef the board of review, which has not been e-omple-ted as yet, it was decided to ad journ the meeting until some morning early next week. It Is the Intention of the road com mittee to award the contracts as soon as possible. In both districts stretches of new road will have to be. built, ami repairs made. CALUMET SUMMER SCHOOL. Arrangements have bcem made for summer claswM In manual training and domestic Science 'nt the Calumet high school, the terms commencing on Mon day. The manual training Work w 111 be clone In the shops and will be under the direction of Herman Tlroekhnas, assistant Instructor, the term being of two months' 'duration. The domestic science classes Will be In charge of Miss Schurtz, the regular Instructor, a term of one month haviux been ar ranged, SpecJ;)i arrangements have been made fer the teachers who care to take up domestic science work dur ing the sumnifrmonths ryud .they will be enrolled as1 regular members of the classi'.s. LAURIUM BREVITIES. A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Fcrnley R. Oliver of Tamarack street. Karl V. Mannlnen of Laurlum has left for New York, en jViutc for Fin land. Miss Florence Angell of Palnesdale is visiting her aunt. Mrs. W. T. Haley of Laurium. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Stenson have gone to Detroit, where they will reside In the future. Mr. and Mrs. A.'O. Smith nnd Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Carter of Duluth are guesls ef Mr., and Mrs. Christ Kohn of Murium. Mrs. Fred Danielson and Daughter, n'nd Mrs. Richard Nelson and two daughters loft last evening for Hrad wood, Lanarkshire, Scotland, on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. N. Tre.lso of Laurium have gone to Mii hlgamme, called there by the illness of Mr. Trezise's grand mother, Mrs. Crow le, formerly of Laur ium. Your, 10,000,000 Orange Trees We pack GO per cent cl California's orange crop three-fourths of its lemons. From this great quantity we choose the solid, tree-ripened, deliciously flavored fruit for our special brand, "SUNKIST." "Sunkist" Navel Oranges Arc Seedless They are always packed in wrappers hearing the narne"Sun kist." De sure the oranges you get have theso wrappers, for they not only insure you the finest oranges that can be grown, but for every twelve you send us we will give you a HaAdsomc Oranrfe Spoon FREE These spoons are Rogers' Best Quality Standard AA a beautiful paltern designed especially for us. You couldn t buy anything more handsome, no matter what price you paid. Think how quickly you can get on entire sct- a most attractive addition to your table service. Duy a dozen "Sunkist" Oranges or Lemons today, and send us the wrappers, with six 2c stamps to pay for postage, packing, etc. You will get your first spoon by return mail. Address California Fruit Growers Exchand 34 Clark St. Buy "Sunkitt" VranRfi. I fit atetft It me 'Ira TORCH LAKE NEWS J ST. ANN'S COMMENCEMENT. Preparations are being inado for the commencement exercises of tho t. Ann's academy of Lake Linden to e held In the opera house next Tues !ay evening. Class day exercises will o conducted this evening at the udiool. First honors have been award ed to .Miss Rose A. Prince while sec oid honors have been given to Miss Myrtle M. Couinoyer. Other mem bers of the class that will be gradu ttcd are Henry Loin I re, Raymond 'Jros.-e, Miss Gertrude P.udcrs and Miss Kdna p.rloros. The latter Is just fin-M-.ing her eight years' course In ou:--h A line program has been prepared "or the" commencement exercises. Rev. t'r. Glasor will deliver tho address to he graduates and the diplomas will ; presented by Rev. Fr. N. J. Ray mond. .Miss Myrtle M. Couinoyer Is salutalorlan nnd Miss Rose A. Prince, valedictorian. Other members of tho class will also appear in the program with essays and recitations. The. members of tho class have se lected St. Rose of Lima a their pa tron saint. Lord Tennyson as their class poet, and "Labor Conquers All" as their motto. STORES CLOSE TUESDAY. The annual picnic of the Hubbel firemen will be held on Tuesday at the White City. Arrangements have been made to close the stores of Hub he'.l, all day Tuesday, so that th" merchants and clerks may be at lib erty to spend tho day with the fire--nn n. Three trips will be made to tho White City from Hubbell, one In the morning and two In the afternoon. SCHOOLS CLOSE TODAY. The public schools of the Torch Like towns closed today, the pupils having been presented with promotion cards for next year. Most of the teachers of the schools In this dis trict have already left on their sum mer vacations. Among those who will not re-turn to Iake Linden aro II J. Nelghorn, Instructor of tho commer cial department who has accepted a position at Trout Creek, .Montana, for next year. LAKE LINDEN BREVITIES. Miss Delia Prldeaux of the teaching crps of the Dollar Ray schools, leaves th's evening lor Detroit wlurj she will hpond her vacaHion. Cede & Rogers' shows entertained large audience nt Hubbe'l for two per formances yesterday. Miss May Duggan, teacher of the cle-af and dumb of this district, haves Choice From &4 it . it CHICAGO Ltmon$ at well at "Suniisl fruit t tt quail j fine, ana nve wrapfrri for tpotns. ft f 1 mTsSs S. V W 7 c today for home nt Oshkosh, Wis., to spend her vacation. The new launch ordered by Joseph llosch, la expected hero from Athland on Sunday. Mr. Lepage w.Mil there to pilot the boat to Lake Linden. Jabez Hurgan has received his new gasoline launch. Children's day exercises under the auspices of the Methodist Sunday school will be held Sunday evening, taking the place of the 'ovular ser vice. Miss Mabel Hodges of Hubbell left yesterday for Milwaukee and Sheboy The scowl changes to a j smile behind a Robert! Burns. You can't help 1 smoking yourself into? good humor when you ( smoke this mild, fragrant cigar. I i "Link i . ... - mSZXL "Lift e friendly i because rKf - fill tt i V ' ""'Li . .... i BEST &. RUSSELL CO., LEGAL NOTICES. June 3, 10, 17, 21. STATU (!' iM.ICIIIOAN, Tho probate court for the County of Houghton. At a isesslon of paid court, held at tho probate otllce In tho village of Houghton In said county on tho 2nd day of June, A. I). 1910. Present, Hon. Geo. C. lletitley, JucIro of probate. In the matter of tho Kstate of John MacAuley Mathesoii, deceaseel. Alexander McRae having filed In saM court his pe tition praylnit that the nd ininlslrntlon of sahl estate be Kranted to himself or to somo other Suitable pers n, It la Ordered, That the 29th day of Juno A. I. 1 f 1 0, at, ton oVl(w;k In the forenoon, at vald probate office, be and Is hereby appointed fejr hearing Paid petition. It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be ;lven by publication of a copy of this order, once each week for three succeslv week.4 previous to said day or hearing. In tho Calumet News, a newspaper printed and cir culated In said county. (Seal) GI'O. C IIF.NTLKY, A true copy. ' Judje of probate. Geo. Ti. Freeman, I.enlster of I'rohato. Juno 10. 17. 21; July 1. ST ATK OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a seswion of said Court, held nt tho Pndtate Office In thee Village of Honmhton In said rounty, on the Mh it.iy of Jur.o. X V. 1910.. . gan, Wis., where she will spend a month with relatives and friends. Thomas lianberry has ! to lk: troit for a short vacat'on. This evening, the members of tho Lake Linden baseball team will con duct a dance In the opera house hall. The Lake Linden band orchestra will render music. Mrs. John Hodge njid sister. Miss Clynieno (Danville left yesterday for Linden, Wis., In response ti a tele gram announcing the death of their uncle, John (llanville. The deceased was well known in Itke Linden. RnhWe" Coo !s pood for a ! fc5o!bie chat. Half the price j he is half the size. Distributors Chicago, III. Jueo of l'robate. . In the matter e.f tin; F.statc of Her man Wcldcman. dee-eased. Anna H. Wcldcman havintf fikd In said court her petition praying that the administration of said estate herniat ed to John A. Pcllo or to some other suitable pe rson, it Is ordered. That the Mh h.y f July, A. D. 1910, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hcieby appedntcd for hearing said petition; It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be e.iven by publication of a copy of this order once e ie h week for three successive week previous to ie.1,1 rt.'iv of hearlnir. in The. Caimnci News, a newspaper printed and circu lated In Bald county. (Seal) GF.O. C F.KNTLKY, Judge of Probat A true copy. ' (iiti, 1. I'n email, P.eulster of probate. Galbralth & Me'irmack, Attys. for Kstate. liuslness address, Culuinct, Mich. Juno :i. 7. 10. 14. 17. 2. COPPER RANGE CONSOLIDATED COMPANY. Dividend No. 26. At a meeting of the Hoard of Hirer tors h'1,1 this day a quarterly dividend of ii.oo per share, being lilvldend 25, was declared, payable on Frl1 Julv 1st. 1910. to Stockholders of r otd nt the close of business on JU' The transfer boe.ks of the ( onipany will clone at the i-lose of business on Saturday. June 1th. and will be r opened on Saturday, Jane 11th. 1. FUr.Ilj:r.IO. rTANVooJ. , .Treasurer.. Urn nil 10 --r.rT m Mm rmm. turn r