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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. - '4 if 5 z ii HPFROM HANCOCK ALL DAY FINDING WHISUR BUT FINALLY GET MARRIED Two wrll known young poopio (,f Keweenaw liny, who desired to Mteal u inarch on their friends un.l Kit mar ried without everybody getting wist to the fact, camu to Hancock yesterday morning prepared to have the knot quietly tied by a Hancock, pastor, nnd to depart on their wedding trip beforo the newii became known. J Jut they foiiml It a more dilllcult matter than was expected, unlookcil for obstacles pie.-onting thi-msclvi-B, nnd it. was not until late last evening that they were linally married. The young couple, matrimonially lu i 'lined, consisted of Mis Lizzie Rom berg and Herman V(illman, both of whom aro highly esteemed and very popular young people residing at Ke weenaw ISay, where Mr. William Is telegraph - operator for the Mineral Uange railroud. They had intended to be married by tho Congregational pas tor, and didn't learn until arriving here that Mr. Oould had loft the city. The Methodist pastor was then sought, hiiiI the couple went to the home of Rev. W. E. Marvin, pastor of tho Han cock Methodist Episcopal church. Hut' Mr. Marvin and Ills rumily were at Electric park, attending the ministers' iik-nie. and the same was the case in regard t'i Rev. M. H. Hidrod of Few a Me. to locate wnom an ciiort was ma ile by teleplione. Finally along ubout 8 o'clock, Ilev. Y. E. Marvin returned lioniw from the park, and the suspense wa.s ended, Mi Ttossberg and Mr. Will man being linally united In the bonds of holy matrimony, with (Mr. Marvin officiating dud Mr. and Mrs. Faul Schwlrse being present as tho attending couple. Mr. and Mrs. Whitman spent the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Schwirse ami h.'t on the night train of the South Shore for a ten days' wedding trip to 'Minneapolis. They will make their home ut Keweenaw liny. RACES ON CUINCY STREET. Change Made in Plan, for Afternoon Sports on tho Fourth. A meeting r the fourth of ju. littee w.lH ,it,t l.V(.nlns wi i ii It was decided, by rc(ll,eBt of tllc. .,.. chants on ijuim-y hUii:i, to hold the names ami races on quincy klrt.,.t "tend o1- Haiicck s(,.t.(.ti )s w,is (t lirst planned. It ls the lntei.tl to have each event take plaee :U tlu. ,.. ginning of u ,jrrm.Mt ,l(M.k H( (h ( the crowd will be kept moving along the t-min. Ktm,t 1rl(,s (if K1(ii.lliH goods and other articles will be given, i-.'i)glng In value down from live dol lars for llrst prize to one f.,r third A special prize of a barrel of nr will W given for the mauled nun's race, and tho events will conclude with a tug of war in front f the Scott hotel. The heads of the various committees re ported all details In line Khape and ev erything in readiness for the big doings next Monday. DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS. It has been proved over nnd over again that tho doctors of this country freely prescribe proprietary medicines in Latin for their patients until they are advertised to the' public, after which time they consider it a duty to Immediately condemn tho very same medicine, not been use the preparation is any less valuable, but because It Is not "ethical" to prescribe nn adver tised medicine. Thvije are, however, many physicians of "recognized stand ing broad-minded and successful enough to continue to pii-m rlbe such standard remedies ns Lydla E. l'lnk liam's Vegetable Compound, whkh they know to bo good. BOOSTER BUTTON DESIGNS. Designs for'the (Jreater Hancock "booster" buttons have been received by the committee recent lv :it.i...mi,.i by the club, and will be submitted to the committee as u whole, when tl.e design most favored will be selected and a supply of buttons ordered, to be disposed of to members of tlx (Jreater Hancock club at a nominal rate. The design most favored bears the words "(Jreater Haneoek" with the word "Loostcr" In larger letters in n. tcr. The buttons are to be of copper, CAPTAIN SCOTT HERE. t"i't. Henit of Mount Clemens, "rived in H.in,',Kk this morning, c.,. 'K " the new steamer Lakeland. "Plain Scott will epi.nd the Hummcr ''. for the benellt of hs health in a- ,. (f i,.( llperatinw fn.m his long iiiness or last winter. Capt.,1,, Scott w the owner of tho steamer Tarda which has .,. ,h;l,tered to run be-' ween here and the White City, and be M"-cts that ht; W, hL, ut , t.(M. mission soon. FILMS CHANGED AT ROYAL. The picture (dins Wl.r changed again at the Royal theater last night offer ing a very pl,;lslhf, ,,,;,,,,,, w,i(.h s attracting large numbers of people to the cozy little theater.' Xotwithstar.d -ing the hot weather the place Is in variably ,-nol aral comfortable, the air being kept circulating by means of fans. OFF FOR MARQUETTE. A large party of Nobles of the Mys tic Shrine, from Houghton and Han eoek, left this morning on the steamer Tioncsta of the Anchor line for Mar quette, to attend the midsummer cere nionlal session of Ahmed temple, which takes place today. The copper country contingent will return tomorrow on the steamer Juniata, a round trip ilite of nine dollars having been made for the occasion. FORMER LOCAL MAN MARRIED. Richard M. Shlaes, a brother of M. Scblaes, the Hancock Jeweler, was married last evening at Omaha, Neb., to Miss Anna I'rle.tman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I'ricstinan, the ceremony taking place at 7 o clock. Mr. Scblaes was formerly in the jewel ry business in Houghton and Is now lo cated ut IMattsmouth, Neb., where the collide will make their home. Hoy Nhhols left on tin- Tiom-sta this morning after spending a few days here on business and on a visit with his parent. LOCAL MARINE NOTES. The steamer W. R. Stafford arrived yesterday at the Mineral Range dock with a cargo of coal: she bad the Mc Wllliams in tow and left tho latter at the Carroll dock in Houghton. The Robert Wallace arrived yester day at the I'ooplta Fuel company's dock with a cargo of coal. The big new steamer Lakeland of the I'ort Huron and Dulutb line, was in port this morning and docked at the Copper Range dock. This is tho boat which the local Sons of St. fjeorge en deavored to M-cure for their lake ex cursion, but which was not put into commission early enough for It to be available before being put on its reg ular schedule. It is a handsome boat, painted white. HANCOCK BREVITIES. Yvard Elwood left this week for Crand Rapids, where he will take a po sition. H. M. Tompkins of the Quincy mine ofiiee staff has gone to the Huron isl ands for a fishing trip. Con Ryan of Dulutb, a mechanical expert of the National Cash Register company, arrived in Hancock yester day for the purpose of attending to some repair work throughout the county. While a heavy rock crusher was be ing hauled out to the work on the new concrete reservoir yesterday, one of the wheels broke and the outfit had to be Kft In front of the Elks' temple while repairs were being made at the Rxley blacksmith shop. Four death certificates were returned yesterday to the city clerk from the of- tnco or the secretary of state, because iney we re not properly tilled in by the Physician making the re-port. There lias been considerable carelessness no ted in tills respect on the' part of some! doctors, and confusion and annoyance has been caused thereby. Acomtnittee consisting of C. E. Rird, naiiK Hoale-r. rj. Rourbonnals, Dan Holland, E. Tart and Jay Linctot has be . n chose n by the Copper Council of the I'nlti'd Commerelal Travelers to arrange for an outing to be held some time this summer,-for which eiccaslon Invitations will be extended to the members of the Mareiuette council. I-rank J. Martin of the Hote l Scott bulle t has made arrangement s to re ceive returns ef the big Jeffries-Johnson fight em Monday ne-xt by special wire-, receiving bulletins ef the prog ress eif the ilght by rounds. Other places In town, re-cognizing the great Inte-rest In the doing at Reno also will arrange for handling returns. Chief Mitchell of the fire depart nieiit has received from the Soo i communication relative to the con te-st for the- Carnival Queen," to be he-Id In cemneetlon with the firemen's tournament In August. Candidates may be entered from any town whose lire department Is Include-d in the membership of tho Upper Peninsula Firemen's association, but so far as now known. It Is not thought that there will be a candidate from Han-e-ock. BROWNE JURORS DISAGREE JURY FIXING CHARGED (Continued from rage J.) no doubt y'ii have given careful con sideratloii and earnest study to tho eniesiion before' you. The ceurt nnd counsel both thank yu for good and faithful service." Hyde Refused New Trial. Kansas City, June 29. Dr. It. C. Hyde, convicted eif poisoning Cedonel Swope, the millionaire philanthropist, was denied a new trial this morning. The prisone-r's attorney flle-d a mo tion for arrest ef judgment. Tuesday next l- si t for the argume nts. In regard to the charge of the de fense that he had prejudiced the Jury against the defe ndant by reveiklng the hitter's bonds and sending him to Jail while the trial was in progress, Judge Latshmv said ten of the jtireirs made allidavits they did not know Hyde had been sent to Jail until the trial was lliuslieil and that the verdict was not influenced bv the court's action. r n.S n OV., n V7 U C Zl Tho Metropolis of tho Copper Country THE ONE PLACE TO SPEND THE FOURTH 2 By Prof. H.S. Martin at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. HAMMER AND DRILL CONTEST SPORTS DoS and Horso Race; 100 Yard Dash, open to all; 5000 Penny Scramble for the Soys; Bicycle Race, First Prize S100 Third Prize 825. Second Prize S65 Fourth Prize 810 GRAND PARADEat9:30 COPPER COUNTRY ATHLETIC BEET AT Y. M. C. A. PARK AFTER PARADE 4 BANDS ' 4 OFFICERS Music all day-Dancing on Pavement at Night c w HESC EN MUELLER Grand Mar.h.1. E. A. McNALL jAS LVNANKERVIS-R.-der. N. F. KAtSER-SecreUry nd tnuNi n. CUDDIHY Presidsnt REV. FR. .HERCULAN Chaplain E. A. McNALLY-Sptaktr. Treamrtr. 3 (TOtiCH LAKE NEWS j r PEARCEKAMMERSCHEN. W Pretty Wedding Solemnized in Holy Rosary Church Thi Morning. Another pretty welilirig occurred In Lake Linden tU rf"rn:!?s when Miss l!Kaie I'earcc heenme tho bride of t'hrls KutnmerHchen, the ceremony be Iiik Biilcninizcd at the Holy Rinary church, by Rev. l'r. Rcls. Tlie bride was nowiicd in white tUk and carried white -urnutiuna. Slie was attended by Miss Stellu Sweet, who wore pale blue. The Kmom wum Bupiiorted by hl brother. Matt Kara merschen. Wedding breakfaBt wan nerved at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. I!rol, the latter being a sister of the bride. The lirosl home was prettily decorated, buttercups and daisies being used In .profusion. This afternoon un auto ride to Crestvlew was enjoyed by the wedding pnrty. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kammerschen will be at home to their many friends after August 1 at Hub- bell. Mrs. William Waters of Ishpemlng, Mr. and Mrs. J. Abenrotli, William I'.rosl and William Whear of Detroit came to Lake Linden to attend tne wedding. DC 3( )Q Rules Hammer C and Drill Contest July 4th, Galumet TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. Miss Tillle Zlmnier of Ontonagon Is the guest of Lake Linden friends for u few days. Fred Trlme of tho Mineral Range xtatlon at Mills has resigned his posi tion nnd will locate In the west. Strawberries grown by Will Turks of Lake Linden have found their way Into the local market. It Is expected that the entire crop of the Trap Rock valley district will be ripe In two or three weeks. WOLVERINE NEWS NOTES. Mrs. Herbert Oliver of Wolverine Is visiting relatives In Ishpemlng. Mrs. W. A. French Mid daughter of Marquette are visiting friends at Wol verine. The Finnish lodge of Wolverine held their annual picnic In the Cen tennial park last Sunday afternoon. A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs. John Symon.s of the Wolverine loca tion, and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. John Mythu. At the regular meeting of the Wol verine lodge, Foresters of America, last Saturday evening, officers for the ensuing term were elected. Alex Tucker has returned from Lead, South Dakota, and will again make his home in this vicinity. He left ubout six months ago Intending to locate there permanently. Announcement Is made of the com ing marriage of Miss Diana Dcloiig- hamp, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jo seph Dclongchamp of vvolverlne, to Albert Dertran, also of Wolverine. The rifle range of the Wolverine Rifle club has been prepared for the regular tdioots to be held every Sat urday and Sunday afternoon. Regu lar meetings will be held on the first Monday. of every month in the Wol verine fire hall. A largo party of Wolverine nnd Kcnrsarge people nre planning to at tend the St. Anne de Raupre cele bration at Quebec next month. Among those who will take advantage of the ex cursion to that place arc Mrs. Joseph Derochers, Mrs. Chatel, Sr.. Israel rieau, Mrs. Oscar Dufault, and Mrs. Edgar Felticr. 0 Q TYRTT T -Start ut'1 an I,cn and a quarter UlXLLiLi (1-4 in.) tlrill. Finish with a three quarter in. (3-4). Any number of drills may be used. The depth of hole drilled to be measured by a rod one-halt (1-2) inch in diameter. "ROP"K"ran'te ock- Stone to be eight xvVOJA inches above the floor. HAMMER-The MINHR'S Kilmer ex ceed seven (7) pounds in weight, not including handle. The face of the hammer limited to 13-4 in. WATERING HOLE Tereofman" watering hole is optional with the teams, each team being permitted to water hole as they wish. The Committee will furnish the water. TIME OF DRILLING - - minutes will be allowed to each team for drilling. rT,rn,OiQBIn case of a tie, such teams as are tied will drill again. The time for such ex tra drilling contest to be arranged by the Ham mer and Drill Committee. "FlVrTRTFl A11 teams intending" to com A AVXUk3""pete must have their names in with the secretary, N. F. Kaiser, Town Hall, Red Jacket, by not later than July 1st, 1910 at 8 p.m. Til? A TA7TMTL A11 teams entered must be IIVAVV 111 VJ" represented at the Red Jacket Town Hall, July 1, 1910, from 7 to 8 p. in. to draw lots for the order of drilling. In case any team is not present for such drawing the Commit tee will allot them their order and time for drilling. PRIZES-1, S100; 2, S65; 3, $25; 4, $10 Winners determined by depth of hole drilled. ' Rules will bs strictly enforced as to size of drills and weight of hammer. u D C DC 0 GOSSIP. OSCEOLA NEWS NOTES. Miss S. Nclml spent part of week visiting Marquette friends. the W. T. Iluntly returned this week from Chicago where he has been spending his vacation. Miss K. Mitchell left this week fr Ypsilantl, where she will take a sum mer course at tho Normal. The official hoard of the Osceola M. E. church will hold Its quarterly meet Ing next Saturday evening ut the church. Miss A. Hooper, teacher at the Dover school, left recently for Ypsi lantl where she will take a summer course. The Indoor-outdoor baseball team of tho mining office defeated the Ah meek team recently by the clone Beore of 23 to 22. John White of Osceola, nnd his fath er Rhhard of Iaurlum, left this week for Detrcdt. where they will spend a week, visiting friends. Supt. and Mrs. A. Nlcholln nre en Joying a vacation at New York nnd other eastern cities. Mr. Nichols ex pects to attend the meeting of the National Educational association to be held nt Doston. The Osceola M. E. Sunday school picnic will be held nt the Electric park on July 9. SiK-clal curs will be chartered for this occasion, and It Is expected that the children will enjoy the outing. A force of men nre at work this week moving the boilers from the old compressor building. After they have, undergone repairs nt the blacksmith shop they will be shipped to Ahmeck for use. DUKE D'ALENCON IS DEAD. London, June 29.--Duke D'Alencon, grandson of King Iua rhlllppe. who The stories you see In the press. At the rate of some dozens a day, Of "prominent lady In S ;" Or "a man In the village of A ;" "It is said of the Uisliop of J They're Invariably east in tlie mold, And they u II begin in this way "A humorous Btory Is told." Take a skeleton Jokelet and dress Its bones in a verbal array, Hut put the particular Mress On the date of the forthcoming play Of the popular author, C K , (Let the story be never so old) AndAnd begin It, for anecdotes pay. "A humorous t-tory Is told. "His favorite pastime is chess;" "He's a wonder nt quick repartee;" "ller favorite salad Is cress;" ("His book will be published In May.") "His passion Is neckties of gray;" "He loves t eat soup when It's cold;" I'.nt always begin with the gay, "A humorous ptory is told." Franklin P. Adams in New Idea Woman's Magazine. lias lair Health Never FU to BIop Cray nlr to Its Natural Color .nd Beauty. Ml nut, and pottitiTely rtmof Dandruff. laaot a De. Relu'c alt ubtitute. $1.00 nl Sv KcrtUee by Mail or at Drua-fflnta. CD Up Send 1V: for lare sample 11. t tie 1 tL' P&ilo Hay Spc. Co., Newark, N.J U.b.A. David Armit PTn Ti agent for tha HOUGHTON COUNTY LOAN & INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION of Houghton, Michigan, STOCK NOW FOR SALE. LIFE, FIHE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. One corner lot at corner Lake Linden ave. and Hecla street, Laurium. Good for business plate. Office Richetta Block, Hecla St, Laurium. Phone 268. Merry-go-Hound, Roller Coaster, Bath Houses on Keweenaw Bay, ( Row Boating, Picnic Grounds, Cottages to Rent. PLANKED WHITE FISH DINNERS. BOATS LEAVE LAKE LINDEN, HOUGHTON and HANCOCK Three Times a Day. WHITE CITY CO. Phone 47S W. H. LABB, Gen. Mgr. Shelden Bldg. Houghton, Mich. Havn You Been to the BOI IAI I Family q U IU V- W Theater The Home Of Independent. Pictures Entirely Different From the Rest. See Our New Show ! i 1 THE DOCTORS PERFIDY (Imp.) REDWING'S CONSTANCY THE CONSEQUENCES OF A NOD. (Ind.) HOW FOOLSHEAD PAID HIS DEBTS. (Ind.) CHARACTER SONG IN THE SPOTLIGHT and 2 ILLUSTRATED SONGS 2 By Al and Tess Abbott. gentlemen i!D.,S.S.&A. RY. show for ladies, and children. Admission: Adults 10c, Children 5c J, G. Vooel Prop. A.F. Abbott Mgr ASK FOR TOMMEI'S Velour Ei PHONE 251 Excyirsioiro June 1 to Sept. 30. Low Round Trip Summer tourist fares to Eastern Canada, New York and New Eng land. Optional Itoutes. June 3 to July 30. Every Friday, low rates by train and steamer to De troit, Toledo, Cleveland and Huffalo. June 29th to July 3. Annual Conven tion National Educational Associa tion Lostoti, Ma 8s. June 23-29, Summer Ceremonial Ses sion, Ahmed Temple. July 2, 3, 4. Low. rates for Independ ence V'iy. July 6 to 10. National Convention of Elks, Detroit July 12 to 19. Annual Pilgrimage to St. Anne do lleaupre. July 20-21 -22. Sons of St. (Jeorgo Re union, Iron Mounts In, Mich. Aug. 10-11-12. Firemen's Tournament at Snult Ste. Marie. Sept. 2-10. Eucharlstlo Congress, Montreal. Watch for announcement of other excursions. For particulars apply t Ticket Agents. ! 'I l .I 1 ,! a i: was deposed by the revolutloh of 184S.