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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 0, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Tit I NEWS FROM HANCOCK IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION Vic President Beer Pleated With Move of City Council Henry ,L. Jlacr of Hancock, first vlco president of tho Houghton Coun ty Antl-tuherculosls society, yester day expressed himself as greatly pleased with tho action of, tho city' council at Its . session - Wednesday evening, when It appropriated 200 for tho maintenance in this rUy, of it clinic for Indigent', sufferers from tuberculosis. ., ' "It Is a step In tho right direction," said Mr. Uacr, "and Is just what every j DIAMOND RlrtG CONTEST. Eagles Plan fo- Carnival Queen and live Prize. "Two interesting voting contcsta will bo conducted in this city during th0 week ufter next In connection wlth,ho big carnival of the Hancock Eagles when tho Uarkoot shows will bo seen here. One will be to deter mine tho ,inost popular young lady In town to become queen of tho car nival. Tho successful candidate will receive a handnonio 130 diamond ring and, will reign as queen for tho week. Tho' names of those desiring to enter me contest will be received by Hen municipality in Houghton county I (Jettclniiin at tho Savoy theater. Tho should do. It will , provide a place other contest will be for littlo girls where Indigent sufferers from tuber- from tho ago of four to fifteen years miosis may be treated and will ro- and will be for the largo French doll suit In killing he disease here. There In thw Gartner storo window. Any should be a similar place In every little girl having the consent of her town and no council should hesitate parents will bo eligible. Tho votes in takintr this action. No, I cannot for tho contests will cost ono cent say wnen me committee win prepare for tho opening of the clinic, but un doubtedly It will bo soon." Tho Houghton County Antl-tuber-cut0ts society will meet next Tues day evening and It Is likely that prep arations win men do mauo tor me Hancock branch. Negotiations will be opened for the renting of quarters and-arranging dates for the visiting fcursc. each and friends of the contestants may cast as many as they desire. Voting envelopes can bo secured from Mr. Gcttehnan. The voting place will bo at tho ballot box to bo located In front of the Gartner store. Tho votes went on sale today and tho voting will be started Monday to con tinue up to tho opening of tho car nival. It promises to be an Inter esting contest. WANT FACTORY HERE STROM FUNERAL SUNDAY. Member of City Council Favors Se curing Industry One of Hancock's aldermen was ap. Remains Will be Interred at Lakeside Cemetery. The funeral of tho late John Strom proached yesterday and asked his of guincy, wno died yesterday morn ng, will bo held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock with services In tho Pin- nla Manufacturing company ror a i, AlJoatolc churtn at Wc8t IIan site for their proposed new factory. cock interment will take ulaco at Ho said he thought It would be a good Lakeside cemetery thine f..r tlm .Itv to secure Buoh nn e ueam or. air. ssirom was caus- ' - TORCH LAKE NEWS j TORCH LAKE WEDDINGS. Cronley-Smith and the James-Mayer. Oakes Nuptials. One of the prettiest weddings oi tho season was ccieoratcu ny nev. Pr. Zimmerman of Hubbell yesterday, when Miss Itose Cronley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cronley of Hubbell be came tho bride of Samuel Smith of Lake Linden. Moth ure well known In the Torch Lake towns and nave tho best wishes of their many friends. Another wedding will be solemniz ed this evening at the resldenco of Mr. and Mrs. William Harry, when their niece, Miss Margaret C. James, will bo wedded to Rev. P. T. Mayer- The Informal dancing parties of the Oakes, Ph. D. Itcv. H. C. Shaw, pas- ACTIVITIES OF LODGES. Pythians Hold Session Last Night Elks to Meet. The busy season of the member" of the various fraternal orders of Han cock has opened. This evening tho Huncoek Knights of Tythla will en tertain at a social session at 1ho lodge rooms In the Kauth hall and much work has been planned ."or the remainder of tho season. A regular, meeting of the Haoeo'.k lodge of Elks will ho held ne it '.Thurs day evening, this being tho Hrst meet ing of the fall urason. It Is expected that the Elks will have a busy season. Several candidates will be Initiated and a number of social sessions held. Attractive Fall Designs lodge will be started soon and eoiitln- u d at regular Intervals. The members of the Hancock branch of tho Order of I.Modern Sam-irltuna met Wedm-duy evening and had most pi oa sunt season. Vice Iii'pcrlal Good Samaritan C. E. Lovet: and W, O. Suilt'i or Duluth were present. ThH order Is one of the newest In the city and has hud a remarkable trow Hi. Tho session was followed by danc-liv,'. ONLY ONE WEEK MORE cnterprlso and he favored helping the company and trying to keep It from locating elsewhere. Officials of tho Greater Hancock club state that a meeting of the club, which was organized to promote the industries in tho city, . will be held soon to net on this question. These statements mean that It Is very prob able that the new company will ul timately locate here. Another offer has been received by tho company. J. C. Ryan, agent of the Illinois Terminal railroad, has written asking that the factory locate at Al ton. 111., maklncr splendid offers of sites and accomodations. cd by a complication of diseases from whicli he had suffered for tho past tlx months. Mr. Strom was born In Norway In 18ot and camo to America when thir teen years of age. Ho had been a resident of tho copper country for tho past forty-one years. For tho lust twenty-seven years ho had been In the employ of tho Qulncy Mining company, no is Burvivcu by a wuo two children, five sisters and two brothers. Mrs. Charles Horst of Han cock Is a sister and William Strom of Calumet a brother. Tho decedent was a member of the Finnish Aid Boclety. Interest Charged on Taxes After Next ' Thursday Tho collection of tho taxes In this city has been very slow this year. Only a week remains before interest will bo charged on unpaid taxes. Af ter next Thursday four per cent will be added on tho taxes outstanding. About one half of the total taxes for the city have been collected to date but next week it is thought there will be a big rush at the office by those who wish to avoid paying Interest. tor of tho Lake Linden M. L church, will officiate, and the ceremony will bo a quiet one. Miss Margaret Har ry will attend tho brldo while M. V. Smith will be best man. The Harry resldenco has been prettily decorated for this occasion, ferns, smllax, as ters and sweet peas being used In pro fusion. Tho bride recently camo to Lake Linden from Newfoundland, am Rev. Mayer-Oakes, who recently camo from ' England, Is located at Mer lin, Mass., where they expect to take up their residence. , Following tho ceremony there will be a baptismal service In which two children of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rule will be christened by Rev. H. C. Shaw. SEASON NEAR CLOSE. A A A A A A A A .. A . A A A A HANCOCK BRIEFS. The baseball fceason of the Copper Country league Is fust drawing to a dose. . Only one more game is, sched uled for tho Lake Linden team on its home grounds, that with Mohawk two weeks from next Sunday. Next Sunday tho . Lakes are scheduled to play Hancock cn the latter's grounds. The battery for, tho Lakes will be Rcnwlck and Gray. MASON IS DEFEATED BAND CONCERT PROGRAM Numbers to Be Rendered at Electric Park Sunday The following is tho program to be rendered at the Electric park by tho C. & II. band Sunday afternoon: Harnard's Hand March Chas. Fron- llng. 1 .Overture Orpheus Offenbach. . Valso Suite "iVndalusIa" Thlcro. a (Tho Moonlight, the Roso and You) Schmld. Fred Cowley b (Song of the Soul) Brelt. Harry R. King Hattlo of San Juan Hill (Dcscrlp tlve) by request Sweet. Selection Three Twins Hoschna. Intermission Overture Flque Dame Suppe. Melodies from tho Dollar Princess- Fall. "Glralda" from Ad. Adams' opera- Adams. 1 Danco of the Hours ronchlelll. March Dream of Glory Urbaln. George D. Uarnard, Conductor. Escanaba Naval Reserve Official Los es at Primary Word has been received here of the defeat nt the primary election Tues day of Lieutenant Charles D. Mason of the Escanaba naval militia, who was a candidate for the republican nomination for representative in the state legislature from Delta county. The victor was Peter Jensen, incum bent, who won by tho small majority of 160 votes for the county. This news will bo disappointing to tho members of the Hancock naval militia who knew Lieutenant Mason well. It was expected that ho would get tho nomination and the fact that tho race was so close is the only con solation left for his friends. LOCAL BOATS TO ENTER. RESUME FILL WORK Hancock Motor Boat Enthusiasts Await County Fair. The announcement. that motor boa1. aces will '00 a icaiuro ui um country fair this year wai well re ceived by Hancock owners of motor boata ami several from this city will bo entered In tho events for the boats of the different classes. Hancock has been proud of its mosquito fleet since the victory of William Funkey s 'V lull" over the 'Taioose" and "No. 10-" on Labor Day. This la the first time for the fair will be tho best seen on lo I cal waters. NEW FALL HAT STYLES Dakota Heights Company's Launder Again in Commission A few days ago tne lining oi wv Front street ravine ...u ... f n. rnnidlv that the launder carrying i ... . . m ..avn,? .,c fa-- W on .r ui cue tiuiNuio"ii water was shut off for a day or two .. ion,i. t.wntnd. Tho work of UIG ......- tilling tho ravine was resumed again yesterday morning and tho water w now running an ouy .. . I li. -r...u aii R.a. for the progress is being made nooDii ."-- g and in a coupie or weea v...w nmnni- head mllll- - ...... . .i Btort wnrK aira. it. ui"" - - MCl.ynn win ' " ... L.. t thn Gartner department storo building the fifth ami in cm. - -- several of tho tlnued there seems to no in. no doubt that the ravine will be filled port. u. - - .. UM uii us nv bio turban." The turban was In vogue h.Rt vear and will continue in popu larlty during the coming season, but the "hobblo turban" has it on me oiu style. It Is built on the hobblo skirt f-ahlnn-. that Is as near as a nai inn bo built like a skirt. Tho black hats iith black trimmings, except ror nar row white lace around tne onm, u all tho rage. 'Compared with hats of former years they ore quite tolerable. V. n Trathen of Laurium was in Hancock yesterday. John Holland has left for Quebec to resume his studies. Mavor W. Frank James has re turned from Mass City. Dorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ilai- Jcr of Summit street, a son. Mrs. C. D. Saxby has returned from visiting friends in Cleveland and Detroit. The newly-horn daughter of Attor ney and Mrs. Harry Corgan died yes terday. Mrs. Hurley of Ray City, who has been visitinir Mrs. Scheurmann has left for home. Justice C. O. Olivier and brother, J. H. Olivier of Montreal were nt party at White City yesterday after noon. The members of the senior class of tho Hancock high school will give their annual hon In Germanla hall this evening. A petition for the building tho new cement sidewalks In Ripley is being circulated and will bo presented to the Franklin township board soon. Miss Footc gave an interesting lec ture on missionary work In Turkey to a larcro audlonco at tho Hancock Congregational church last evening. The trial of Paul Uleise, charged with violating the game laws, has been postponed until next Thursday morn ing at 11 o'clock In Justice Ollvler's court. TORCH LAKE BRIEFS. Christ Miller of Hancock was a busi ness visitor in the Torch Lake towns this morning. Tho Misses Isabel McNab and Ar menia Robinson of. Calumet spent last 'evening visiting with Lake Lin den if rlends. . . Roy Macleod left today for Rutte, Montana, spending tho past several days In tho copper' country visiting friends and relatives. The funeral of tho late Cyril Tols- son of Hubbell will be held tomorrow mornine; with services at the St. Ce celia's church of Hubbell. ; M) r i; M PrnB 'Minx u. Superior Stock A Beer remark able for its PURITY and ' HEALTHFULNESS Bosch Brewing Company LIKE LINDEN, U1CH. . At left, etreet costume of blue and whi'.e ring cpotted foulard silk, showing the extreme of tho tied-in skirt and dainty touches 5n neck and sleave trimming. At right, charming evening gown cf mauve crepe, the bod ice ornamented with beaded net in the same tone and having draperies and undersleeves of plain net. THE CALL OF THE PROMPTER He Knew. HIS ERROR WAS 0VERTALKING Firesides All Right for Some, but This Lady Much Preferred the Footlights. The lady nt tho fireside laid down the sock Bho was darning and softly sighed. Sho was stIM fair and thcro were many attractive curves in her mature figure. Her large and expresslre eyes turned toward tho mantel with its many ornaments. There she saw her Belf In various photographic posers. At the right she was FIohsIo Floom in "The Single Taxer." At the left she was Toto nongo in "The Sun God." In .the center sho was Minerva Van Skin ncr In "The Earth Worm." A soft pink flush stolo across her smooth cheek. There was the srwivenlr pro gramme of the hundredth perform ance of "The Gimlet" nt the Van Rensselaer. What a night of glorious triumph that was! On the sewing tabl was her scrap book of dramatic notices, discreetly culled. "Firesides are all right," pho mur mured, "but oh you fooUights!" ' . She looked at her rounded arm, she stared down at her dainty foot. A queer painty smell came to her, a lone lolln gave forth a quavering squeak. tho tntety blend of 1,000 white faces confronted her. Why should I profane my art by darning Bocks?" the cried. Then hurling the inoffensive foot wear into the grate, she went back to the stage. Rev. C. M. Rullock of Grandville, Mich., a candidate for the pulpit of the Hancock Congregational church, Is ill at his homo with typhoid fever the result of an Illness while he was here. "My," said the first man. reading newspaper at the dub. "aren't those bridge disasters ternbler i A "Does your wife play, too? answered .the second man absent-mindedly. , j gress Is cont no doubt tha by December 1. DAYS Of DIZZINESS1 Cam. to Hundreds of Calumet People tiw., nre days of dlzzincs Spells of headache, sideache, back uche;- , Sometimes rheumatic pains, on on urinary disorders. ..tuini the kidneys arc Ail ten you sick.. Detail's . ills. . (.an Calumet" reside MOVING PICTURE HOUSES. r s. Sullivan of the Royal Thea- . . I . .. ,v...r.t.. and munnerr of Kidney Pills cure a muuc, tro cony - I thrt Itftvni li-an i ... i... i. from Tshnemlng. where ho i.wi,i negotiations for the ciaicmc-ui ; tak .I ' 'a - -i linn iViontoP in thn "..." orhens.' 127 TamaracK jng over oi mi...... ttiio. . ... u rllv. Mr. csuuivan pur St.. Laurlu j. M en, ' .. wa9 LnaScd one of the moving picture I penencc with Dan kw y .., in the iron country town and mo ratifying that a' . ..' . v,r a theater llko tho best Kinney win - raying that they are the t and often became m. ' - i.. n.,.i n arising In the morning, felt tv.nn's KUney Pius re- r" .:;r" : .. 1 taking hem. andltwant long before I was restored to good health. oil dealers. Pric cents. toicei -. ..-.i.p, New York, sole agents for the n one in mis cuy - rennlrs nnd Improvements have been made. Some of the employes or ine Hancock houso will be moved to Ish- pemlng. The sent sale for "The Clt," which w''i bo rM-sented at the Kcrredte Ihe- nter next Tuesday evening. o;ns lo mrron- morning at the r-errfjje hardware More. Ttorn. to Mr. and Mrs. Ijxvtt ef 718 " Effect of Sound and Color. Every one Is famillcrr with the ef- which started fects of sound upon the nervous. Har monious sounds please and gratify, in harmonious sounda displease and ir ritate. Sweet music, the singing of birds, the purling of a brook, tan pleasantly upon the ear. Boothlng and delighting tho hearer. Tho screeching of a rusty hlngo, tho banging of a door, the sound of a discordant piano. Irrlffttft and annov the bearer. If long enough continued, Buch sounds will produce an evil condition of nervousness. "WelL nr. it was a curious thing.j A "Going over to Qeveland the other, day I sat in the smoking end of the Car with two young fellows from Chicago, and foe nearly three-quarters of an hour neither.ol hen said anything about basebalL Handed Down From the Past. The fear of tho dark has lasted long after the reason for that fear has gone. Just as the dog's habit of turn ing round and round before he lies down to 6leep has lasted since the time when his ancestors, the wild wolf-dogs, used to turn round and round In the deep drifted leaves of the forest to make warm, sheltered beds to sleep in. Tho habit has lasted long after the need for It is over, and on the smooth hearth the dog still turns round and round. BOON TO PILE VICTIMS. A Cure Without Cutting or Other Ob jectionable Treatment. Hero is a priceless boon to any- io who suffers with plies of any kind. A medicine in laoiei lorm, iaK- en internally that cures nil forms or piles. Only 2 per cent of known fail ures. A medicine that Is sold under strict ciinrantee. Your money back if you are one of the 2 per cent. A medicine that avoids operations and use of nasty salves or supposi tories. EhkIo rharmacy. Calumet, Mich., nn.t Laurium rharmacy, Laurium. Mich., sell this remedy Dr. Leon- hardt's Hem-Rold, $1 for 24 days treatment Dr. Leonhardt Co.,- Sta tion n. Buffalo. N. Y Props. Write A Bargain) Conclusion Reached by a Mississippi Darkey Who Was Brousht to Trial Accused of Murder. Private John Allen of Mississippi, tells a speech on wool made by Sen ator Thomas II. Carter of Montana, come time ego and sent oat extensive ly by the senator. After a time tho senator concluded not to send out any more copies of that speech. "Reminds me," said Private John, "of the case of a negro I knew down In Mississippi who was to be tried for murder and who had promised the prosecuting attorney to plead guilty. "The time camo for the trial. The prosecuting attorney had no witnesses, lie thought none wa3 necessary. While tho other business of the court was being cleaved up a local lawyer sat down by the negro and asked: "Do you want to get out of this?' " 'Yassir! Yasslr, reckon I does. "'Have you got five dollars?' " 'No. snh, but I kin git it.' "to the negro raised the five and gave it to the lawyer, who told him to say nothing, but when the Judge asked him to plead, to plead not guilty instead of guilty. "The negro was arrr.igned. He pleaded not guilty. "'Look here, you black scoundrel!' yelled the prosecuting attorney; 'what do you mean by that plea? Didn't you promise me a dozen times you would plead guilty?' " 'Yasslr, I done promised that," re plied the negro, 'but I rrkon I don overtalked myself. "Saturday Eve ning Post. rfHrft tgZsi l4 PROMPT DELIVERY Give us an order for th delivery of a case. Many beers have many good qualities, few shortcomings. Our beer is a fine beer any way you take it, as hundreds of its satisfied users will tell you. You can order it delivered t your door. Mail and telephone orders receive prompt attention. CALUMET BREWING GO. Phono 274. Cigar Boxes for Pepper. Connecticut is an enterprising state. Its chief products in the good old days before the pure food laws were wood en nvitmegs and basswood hams. Now she boasts a philanthropist who was recently arrested for grinding up cigar boxes and selling the result aa pepper. Merry-go-Round, Roller Coaster, Bath Houses on Keweenaw Bay," Row Boating, Picnic Grounds, Cottages to Rent. PLANKED WHITE FISH DINNERS. EOATS LEAVE LAKE LINDEN, HOUGHTON and HANCOCK, Three Times a Day. WHITE CITY CO. Phone 475. W. H. LABB, Gen. Mgr. Shelden Bldg. Houghton, Mich. News want ads bring results. Profits of the Home Garden. We have known a man go Into his garden and spend an hour digging Ave cents' worth of potatoes from two rows. Then he was compelled to pay ten cents to have hla shoes cleaned on coming downtown. Atchison Globe. Jinks I saw something cheap at a bar gain counter today. Binks What was it? , cfc2tAtmaxwiLi 1 1 TTg JpJyj j .-Be thiTthe Woman's Exchange? ! He -Be youjhcwomarji She -Ycs.C ; Ajle-H'm! Then guess HUeep my Sal Help Must Come From Within. No one can help us as much as our own determination to find the best way out. It Is often wasted tlmo to ask advice, yet the explanations we j make to others may clear up our own vision. If you are In trouble, ask your- ! self if this could not be some act of ! fato to turn you on a better path. ARTISTIC MILLINERY DISPLAY Beginning Friday, September 9th MISS T. M. WELSING Holman Block, Fifth St. CALUMET " Peculiar Church Ornament. Lambeth ' "Old" church has numer ous historic monuments, and In ono of the windows Is the full length figure of a peddler with his pack, staff and dog. This Is supposed to represent the unknown person who presented "Peddler's Acre" to the parish upon condition that his portrait and that of his beloved ennine companion rhould be preserved in the church and that hla dog should be burled In con cecrated ground. Pall Mall Gazette, Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry. Ecoirsiomi Bulletin ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., Sept. 14 to 18. Q. A. It. National Encamp ment. DETROIT, TOLEDO, Cleveland nnd rtuffalo Sept. 14-16-18-21, Popu lar mil Excursions by Rail and Lake; Usual Low Pares. EASTERN CANADA. New York and New England States, Summer Tourist Pares, Tickets on sale every day to Sept. 80. Hit AND KAPIDS, MICH.. Sept. 10-12. West Michigan State Pair. DETROIT, MICH., Sept. 17-19, State Pair. HOPOHTON. MICH.. Sept. 27-30. Copper Country Pair. For full particulars call on Ticket Agents u th. nnme Doan crann I Summit street, a on this morning:, for booklet. taku no oini. - j,