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THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. s i V : if ( it ! ,1 ' lit: " li t '; y I 'l i 5 i ii NEWS FROM HOUGHTON FAIR'S PREMIUM LIST PUBLISHED COPPER COUNTRY FAIR COMMIT TEE SENDS OUT HANDSOME BOOK ANNOUNCING 8TH EXHIBITION. The eighth annual Copper Country Fair, hild undtr the auspk-t's of tho Houghton County Aprloultural socie ty, will this year be held at the A:n phidrome during the last four days of September and the first day of Octo ber. The fair committee, which con sists of Charles A. Mayworm of Houghton, chairman, and Messrs. J. A. l'aton. B. F. Chynowcth, John G. Stone, Conrad Turkman and John T. McXamara, has Just issued the an nual premium list of the exhibition. The booklet containing the lists of premiums and other information about the fair is a neat affair from the C.a xette presses and contains nearly sev enty page. Copies of this are now being mailed to possible exhibitors and others Interested in the great exhibition. The superintendents of the various clas-scs of exhibits this year are given In the booklet as follows: Class A Live stock. Michael J. Fin negan, Winona. Mich. Class B- Grain and field crops, John A. Doelle, Houghton. Mich. Clas C Vegetables. James E. Crookrr, Ontonagon, iMich. Class I) Fruits, James Lucas, Houghton, Mich. Class E Domestic cooking, preserv ed fruits, etc., Mrs. :n. Harris, Han cock. Mich. Class F Flowers. Mrs. J. H. Ed wards, Dollar Bay, Mich. Class G Works of Art, Mrs. Y. J, Uren, Calumet, Mich. Class II Domestic handiwork. Mrs Sallle Scott, Lnko Linden, Mich. Class I Youthful arts. Miss Annr. M. Nye. Houghton. Mich. Class J Domestic arts and old rel ics, John Edwards. Houghton. Mich. Class K Sport-m;in, 11.1,1 an 1 stream, St. Clare Wilson. Hancock Mich. DIVORCES GRANTED AND OTHER CHANCERY CASES The circuit court began the consid eration of chancery ease at the re- mnplion of buiti9 yesterday after noon and by this morning had granted thne divorces and continued two other cases until a future time. The three divorces granted were al uncontested. Eliza J. Trcn:bath was released from the marriage ties that bound her to Ja:nes W. Trembath and Alberta lus ter was given a d crco against her husband, John Foster. Attorneys O'Brien and LeCenlre appeared lor the plaintiffs in each of these cases. The other divorce was the one giv en to Mrs. Ida Biorklund of Allouez j from Isaac BJorklund. who formerly ran a saloon at tne mining location. Crue'.ty was the grounds for the granting of this divorce and the Judge left open the matter of alimony, as the defendant is now absent from the county. The eases continued wore those of Edward M. I.ciblt in versus Hans G. Hansen and l'.nh.rt Hall airainst ioo. Hail. The former is a bill in aid of an execution and the latter a bill for on accounting. The court today Is considering the case of Daniel F. Sullivan against Jo sephine Burne, et al. the suit being brought for the purpose of clearing the title fo some property named in a will, the action tulng merely formal. Two other uncontested eases will probably be passed upon bi fore the close of the session this afternoon. Th se are the divorce petition of Mrs. Theresa Blight against W. J. Blight, who I now serv ing an Indeterminate term at Mar quette for a statutory offense, and the case of Matt Drazich against the Croatian Co- pcrat! vo store of Calu met, this bring a suit to recover the value of notes held by the plaintiff. BUSINESS PLACES TO MOVE A. K. Cox Ha Rented Shelden Strett Store for Term of Three Years A. K. Cox. the proprietor of the thriving little lxHk and music store in the Seeber block on Isle Royale Mreet. has found that the small store there Is too cramped for his growing business and has taken a thro year lease of the Sselden street store now occupied, by the Mills meat market. The leas of th new premises will go into effect September 1, by which time Mr. Mills expects to be ensconced In the new store which Is being built for him on Jaspir street between Emer ald and Pearl. Mr. Cox announces that the Sselden street store will be put in line shape before he takes jmssesslon of It and he will ndd materially to his lines of nierthan.il e when the new es tablishment Is opened. LAURIUM BAND TO PLAY Inasmuch as the Calumet & Hecla band will next Saturday po to attend the Elks' reunion, the Laurium band has been engaged to render a concert at the Douglass house. When the Cal umet & Hecla returns to the copper country from their Detroit trip they will again be engaged and will give a concert each Saturday night during the remainder of the summer. The tuincy band will, as usual play at the other end of Sheldon street un tier the auspices of the merchants of that portion of the main business thoroughfare. to routine the old Voetsch residciu which occupies u portion of the build lug site. The Delta Iota Pi sorority has Issue cards for an Informal dance to be held at Amphldrome hall next Tuesday evening. This sorority Is composed of Misses 11. Virginia Langworthy, Jean X. Evans, Helen A. Stevens. E. Heth Viall, Eleanor A. Hanchette and Amy B. Carroll. A week from today, July 14, will oc cur the annual picnic of the Trinity r-uuuay scnooi. The picnic tins year will be held at the Canal, the merry makers going thence by the barge 111 grim. Music will be furnished by thi South Range band nnd refreshment .irrangciiicnts are in the hands of Chaa Atkin. Secretary Montgomery of the Port age Lake Businessmen's association Is calling on the businessmen of Hough ion ana nancock In an endeavor to have the annual picnic of the asso elation held before the end of the present month. Instead of In August as In former years. Many of the mer chants think It Is better to hold the picnic this month because the days are much longer. PERSON LOSES TO ROWETT NEW PAROCHIAL SCHOOL? St. Ignatius Congregation to Have Meeting to Decide Question Rev. Father A. J. Rezk has called a meeting of the congregation of St. Ig natius' church to he held in the church hall tonight for the purpose of consid ering ways and means for the building of a new school building for the par- ocnlal school of this village. Father Rezek thinks it imperative that the parish have a new school building and ho will try to discover at this meeting somo manner of attaining hi desire. The reverend father would not tell In advance all his ideas of the matter but will n (hirers the meeting this even ing nnd nt the same time will unfold to the parlshoners the needs of the parish in this regard ami nsk their opinions as well as giving vent to his own. The present building of the school 1 an old structure and overcrowded. PLOWBOY TO L'ANSE The steamer Plowhov will m tn L'Anse and Intermediate points to morrow, the excursion being for the benefit of any who wish to go and not a chartered trip, as some have th.maht. The steamer will leave Hancock at 9:00 In the morning nnd Houghton fifteen minutes later. Returning the steamer will leave L'Anse at an hour sufficiently early to get to Houghton by 7 o'clock In the evening. Houghton Wrestler Loses In Mixed Match at Iron River Celebration Chris Person, the Houghton catth-as-catch-can wrestler. i turned to the village last evening from Iron River, Mich., where In went n Tuesday to wrestle a mixed match with Jack Rowett of Bessemer as an attraction at the Fourth of July celebration, which was held a day late at Iron Riv er. Chris told how he lost the match at the Iron town. Rowett won the toss and, of course chose to start the match with a Cor nish style bout. Person, whoso face and body were burnt from the javkets In the match the night before at the Amphldrome, -was in poor condition but was able to keep the big Cornish expert from getting a fall for twelve minutes. Then the mn went at it after the oatch-ns-e.itoh-can fashion and Rowett succeeded in eluding Chris for fourteen minutes at which time he was pinned to the mat by the Hough ton man. The third nnd last limit of the match was wrestled in Cornish stvle. Rowett again had his choice of Style by virtue of his staying about two minutes longer than Chris. In this bout it took the Bessemer man a little over twenty minutes to uet the iding fall, person Is In bad con dition OWine to his Cornish ni-.,.l,f.. close together, his body an,! head being covered with blisters where the ickets burned. He says h,. s not "lug to do anything between now and atuiday night but get ii the best I" ssoile condition to v. in iiU m n Joe Ziehr at the Amphldrome. I he I i.iirlli ..r T..i.. . . "'. MMii n Having lieeil neither Ziehr nor Person could get a fall the o(KT nKnt RECITAL TOMORROW NIGHT. Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the Grace Methodist Episcopal church will occur the mid-summer recital of the little Houghton pupils of (Miss Lulu Sams. A splendid program of musical numbers will be rendered by the lit tie musicians who have been studying during the past several months tinder the direction of the local teacher of voice and piano. While the recital is t-upix.-ed to be for the entertainment of the parents and friends of the pu pils taking part. Miss Sains has an nounced that she will be much pleas ed to have uny who are Interested In the musical development of children attend the recital. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. Farmer Squaggs Set Trousers are like differences; tfcey'r olten patched up. Darad GROWS HAIR and we can PROVE IT! from Minnesota write i A a reua of curiK DnriTi. my hut li clo.e to fi. f.t in length." Beautiful Hair At Small Cost HAIR trouble., bke m.ny other )ve k, wtriDlly ,i,Knf)s.(. ,n,j . J If't her miunleri(xxl. The hair it.df the th.nr to be tre.tM. ioi the i,..' ,Jt it U ..rnply . product o! the clp and who y lep-tine!it upon it. action. The rlD u the .l oil in which the hair .. vtrAtTnV'm'uld rrown. ami it alone ahoiiLJ receive the attet.i,?2 l re,u!, ,re ,0 U ,,ec'e.l . H Would rtn 22 earthly Kood to treat the Mem . I itlenVe.'1 Jrh"hl; H ,h' K'ow, must bff attended to. Therefore, the a.,p j. which thi to nnd .t to stow and b-com. mor. b.ut,ft tV. of hair . can.ed by the cal, .!ryine ur, whe,TU, Upt'ly ' ""'" or nulrime,, I Tno. occur, the calr ha. .imply let all it. nonrt.hment. leaving nothin, for the h.ir 7,-UtT J"'" or'vtn would J e under .miliar con lition. ) 5 lelTt JIt,."r?1 thi"io in 'It'x-r ca.e. I, to nature intended it nhould. ' y -.l,ir,,0' .DT,rin ""t wonderful eft upon ih. h..r .land, and .. of Vh. 2rS:Jlr.lh. n,""'"lr for th. hair ete, lood. or liquid, of th acalp. It penetrate, the pore, nuickly and the hair E?.i0V.,.h '"V,"1 wotiderlully txhZ ting and life-producing rmalitie.. One 2Sent bottle i. enough to convince voil -f it. jrreat worth a. hair Ktowin and hai? beautifymg remedy-try it and .. foV tourUU. NOW at all dnjggi.u in three sizes. 25c, SOc and $ 1 .00 per bottle. erumie Cot , Out FREE To. ,how bow 1'ilckls Oindir'n. i.rerJ'yrr,1,rn ,0 "vone who end. thi. free coupon to the MOWLTM OIRDERIHE CO., CHICAGO, ILL, with their name and addre. and 10c intilver or ataaip. to py po.taee. h v . ' ' - I n.rn to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kchl, a hoy. Miss Tannic TauH of Calumet was In IIoiiRhton yesterday to visit frlendH. Miss Alma and KHa Iiyera of Mar quette nro visiting with friends In Houghton. Miss Certrude Saunders of Chicago Is the guest of Mrs. L'dward Newman of Kast Houghton. C. V. Hancock and Rev. V. S. Steen stna or Chassell were In this village on husiness yesterday. Mrs. John K. Rwartz left for Ypsil anti yesterday to enter the Cleary bus iness college for the summer course. Mrs. Esther Ietcher, who has been visiting relatives In Houghton, left yesterday for her home in the Soo. Register of Probate (Icorge D. Free- man is taking his summer vacation, which he is spending In camp at the canal. Mrs. John I). Connor of Urainard, Minn., Is the guest of her sister Mrs. l'red Snowden, at the hitters homo In West Houghton. Mrs. Ed. Douglass and her daughter Mrs. n. H. I'omeroy, have arrived from I'tah and will spend several weeks In Houghton and the copper country. ( TORCH LAKE NEWS 1 HUBBELL COUNCIL MEETS. The principal question considered at the regular meeting of the Hubbell council last evening, was that of pre- .cming useless waste of water throughout the village. It wns report ed to the council that water has been lived very carelessly for sprinkling purposes and Marshal I'ojk was In structcd to take immediate steps to stop the practice. The trustees arc eagerly awaiting the nrrhHl of the sewer pipe ordered a snort time ago, and as soon as It U received, work upon the sewer cxten sions will be commenced. American Girl Wins Honor 8 g II S II ? it w v ''V " v- - ' V Mrs. Lewis W. 11. 1 turns t . , if. Harcourt, fonneiiy Miss Mary Ethel f New York City. Hums, daughter of SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. The annual meeting of the I-ako Linden school boird will be held Mon day e vening In the Lake Linden thea ter at which' time a successor will bo named for "VVII1 C. Jilbert, whose term expires. Mr. Jilbert. who Is the nn.. ent president of the board, Is ii candi date for re-election. The annual re- ports will be read by Dr. Ooorge W. Orr, the secretary. ' -4 Mrs. s. J. Howling of Detroit, with her son, Curtis, has arrived In Hough ton to spend a part of the summer with her mother, Mrs. Mnry Sheldon. J. D. Kerr. C. A. Marsch. V. R. ates, A. Hateman, W. J. McDon ald, and E. l LeOendre, Calumet nt torneys, were In Houghton on busln ess yesterday. The fourth birthday annversary of little Miss Harrlette (Jundlach wns ceb-brated yesterday when about flftv of her little friends were entertulnod at her home. Mr. and (Mrs. 1). W it.. mr,t n..,i their daughter. Mrs. C. U Dutton of manilloue were in Houghton this morning to board steamer J. A. .Me ! an on which they will make a round trip of the great lakes. I The regular July meeting of the Houghton village council will be held tonight. It In thought that little of Interest will come before the session nMdo ,'roni the routine business. Joseph Kt. Amour, the Houghton tailor, expect to leave Houghton In the near future to take up a farm In va.-nington, near the city of Tacomu l'alllng health ha caused Mr. St Amour to make thl move. Mrs. Elizabeth Hennes nnd daughter .viiss j.ihIp Hennes, arrived In HoukIi ton on the steamer North West to vis- It relatives nnd friends In the Conner country. They live at C.reeley, Color ado, nnd came by boat from Duluth. President William A. Paine and the director, of the Lake Copper company yesterday Inspected the company's properties, Polng out on a sneclal train. Mr. I'alne and others of th party are exported to leave lloii-rbtm. today f,r various points. The work on the Old IVIIows' tem ple which will be built nt the west end of Pheklen utreet this summer wa be gun ye.terday when Contractor Ml. chels, who has the contract, started, TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. Mi. Daniel 'Jim: ihm r.r ir.i.i.,.it . ill with an nfmVk of ""appendicitis. 'Mrs. s. D, ,.Craryk and children of HuiilKlI a ro . r-cn,iis a couplo of months i:t WJiItu :ity. , The Fleetwood cleared port today, afler discharging a cargo of coal for the Lake Linden Supply company. The members of the Order of East ern Star of Lake Linden held ;i v.-rv Pleasant meeting last evening. Lun cheon was served. l'ctor Uarbcau and Edward Joyce departed yesterday afternoon for Mon tana where they will visit before go ing to (Jlobe, Ariz., to locate. Mrs. M. E. Defrayal of Montreal Canada, arrived hero vesterd.iv t.. spend a few weeks visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. Emery Trenanv. Edward Marcotte of Hubbell left tills afternoon for .Milwaukee and Chi cago. From the latter dlv b m go to St. Paul where ho proposes en tering the Mono school of watchniak. Ing and engraving. Henry Delehemt ur was arrested yesterday, charged with assaulting a ooy namca Matt.on, because tho lat ter Had picked berries on his nrem Ises. He nlcd not cnlli., t, wna adjourned until Monday' morning London, July 7. King (Jcorge's cab inet's decision to appoint Hon. Lewis Harcourt viceroy of India to succeed Lord Mlnto is ascribed to the power wielded by a beautiful American wom an, Mrs. Harcourt herself, who w.is Miss Mary Ethel Hums, daughter of W. 11. Hums of New York City. Having been the transcendent cause of her husband's ascendency in Urit ish politics, Mrs. Harcourt will di vide honors with him when tie takes control of affairs in India. It Is pre dicted that nhe will be even more popular as vice-nine than was cith er the gentle Mary Loiter, wife of Lord Curzon, or the tactful Lady M in to. Her beauty and accomplishments are tho talk of London society. It was under tho reign of King I'M ward VII that Mrs. Harcourt achieved unusual distinction in Hrtt- Ish society of the highest circles. Many rich women gave parties throughout the London season without ever be coming tegarded as "hostesses." Their entertainments are taken as a matter of course. The women theni- bclves full to Impress their individ uality on the guests. With Mrs. liar- court, however, all was different. Mrs. Harcourt was shrewd enough to discover in advance of almost every other entertainer that "crurhes" were tegarded In royal circles as "bour geois.." With extraordinary tact, therefore, she limited tin number "f guests at her entertainments and se lected those who should be brought together. The "light people" were always invite.1. Royalty Immediately recognized her diplomacy. The parties Mrs. Harcourt gave, while small, were brilliant and Inter esting to the king. Usually they rep icsentcd polliicul power. Mrs. Har court took no part In political discus sions, but appeared at all times as a self-reliant. resourceful, womanly woman and became! immensely popu lar among the leaders of the govern ment. Her reward comes under the reign of King cleorge V. It is related of Mrs. Harcourt that she docs not care to tramp over the moors with sportsmen, bearing a gun on her shoulder. Rather she Inclines to remain In the tent and say "soft somethings" to them when they halt in the chase, or to pour their tea In the ancestral hall when the day's sport Is finished. TO GEf IIS BENEFICIAL EFRPR ALWAYS BUVTHEGEIK 7 'ffl irpur m 1 lUWIf Q iW MANUFACTURED BV THE s res (AllFOa(IIAflG)YRUP(g SOLD BV ALL LEADING One Size only. soa Bottle: f IIKT Fir:iiDF J IT IIP a a Decide what jou want for your homo in the way of electric llx turcs then tell It to us. Our large stock comprises the orna mental and the plain, the expen sive nnd tho nioderatoly priced, but all well made and worth tho niDney. Wo have experienced men In our employ who will make valu able suggestions us to room treatment und aid In tho selec tion of lighting fixtures that will harmonize with your color Bcheme. Don't forget electric door bells and servants' bells. It'a easy to ring for tho servant and It saves time. We can supply you with many devices to make your home modern and comfortable. Hosking Electric Co. Phones: Office 33; Residenca 100 102 Fifth Street QGt Hava You B n to tlia KC BIJOUX The Horn Of independent Pictures A Good Show Always HAVE COMFORT WITH YOUR FEET I j ii DR. B. R. LOWER, The Foot Specialist Will be in Calumet, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY nnd FRIDAY every week. Corns, Bunions and Ingrown Nails removed WITHOUT PAIN. NELSON-SCHROEDER BLOCK. Jra? r,i,! Telephone for Appolntment--North 311 Our Show for Today FRUIT AND FLOWERS (Comedy) WHO KILLED HER (Ambrosia) VITELLIUS (Film D'Art) CHARACTER SONG IN THE SPOTLIGHT and 2 ILLUSTRATED SONGS 2 By Al and Tess Abbott. A show for ladies, gentlemen and children. i Admission: Adults IDrr PhlMren Co . , VMIIUIWII )U J. G. Vogel Prop. A.F. Abbott Mar Horrible Distloatton. 1 m afraid my husband is develop ing the Rambling Instinct," sobbed the bride. What's the matter, dear? Has no ncen playing poker?" "No, but -.Bveruay ne orrered to match pennies wth brother Frank to determine which one should pay the carfare." Voiron i ree Tress. E21RLY QLOSING !This store will close every evenintr -io.a uuuli.uihh sept. i, except Monday and wimuiuay fvenings, Monday evening open B.MrBladiC:SfjtirC& until 8 o'clock, Saturday PY'FZT evening until 10 o'clock. Jms Gettlna Even. Editor "Why do you persist In com- iuk uerei i ten you I don't buy flc tlon." Author "O. don't wish to sell nny of my stories! I nm writing . -I . . n .uun ecnai entitled "The Ugliest Man on Earth,' and I catno In merely to ob- iuin mcai color." Stray Stories. Literally True. "One head is enough to every house- uoia, saia tho speaker. "Quite right," murmured a worried-looking parent. "You seem to agree with me!" said the speaker, pointing at h.'m. "I quite agree with you. sir, for I have Just settled for the hats of my ten daughters." Tlt-DIts. IZ DAYS to the CIIITINA COPPER nrniniu nWrt..fV:AMa,llp COMPANY'S Il.ViJ s? KOOTH-ii&ii'srv?- CVVIEH IUV"' A VIICEV FIELD FOR PROSPEaORS Rftirratlon. t Ait ru atw int Jll T about It and also U V.m nnm 'S. Theldilarod. 9 the "New Poor Man's Camp," Tte Alaska Sleamstlp Co., Seattle, rntUM mn IJiLEfcEASyRE RESORT Picnics and Excursions o f.r booked end other . ioming twtPy ttk. JULY 14 HOUGHTON EPISCOPAL, SUNDAY SCHOOL. JULY 15TH, HANCOCK CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SUNDAY SCHOOL (HUD JULY -9TH, TAMARACK M. E DELL.) JULY 30TH, LAURIUM M. E. SUNDAY SCHOOL. AUG,4TH,H0UGHTON COUNTY ODD PELLOWS' REUNION 13 Merry-go-Hound, Roller Coaster. Bath Houses on Keweenaw Bay, Row Boating, Picnio Grounds, ' Cottages to Rent. PLANKED WHITE FISH DINNERS. BOATS LEAVE LAKE LINDEN, HOUGHTON and HANCOCK Three Times a Day. WHITE'CITY CD. ' 'r Phone 475 W. H. LAB B, Gen. Mgr. Shelden Bldg. Houghton.Mich. D.,S.S.&A. RY. Excwrsioim Every day to Sept. 30. Low Itounrl Trlj. Summer tourist fare to Ka.t-J-rii Canada. N,w York nnd New l'.iiKland OMlona! ItoutoM. During July. Kvcry Friday, low rates . y train and tcnm.- to Detroit, To iido, (Mcveland and Buffalo. July 6 to 10. National "Convention of l-lkx, Detroit, (out July 10.) July 12 16.19. Annual Mlgrlmage to Me. A title ,lo Jleaupre. July 20, 21, 22, Son. of ,. 0eorw re. ln. Iron Mountain. Mk-h. Aa?'M1'J2' r,rfn,r"' tournament t Sault Sto. Marie. 8eP. 2, 10. Montreal. Watch Kuchar'stlc CongreHa, for nnnounretnrnt r.f ,.n.... THr:Tz,,.rr ""r"c c