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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 16, 1310.
THE CALUMET NEWS. HOUGHTON DEPARTMENT 8 W i fi I' d r '1 J1- AT COUNTY POOR FARM. How- Houghton County Providee for it Unfortunate Citezens.. A vl.-it hi tli llu;hum iuiity In firmary, bitiuiU.l ;!out four in lit- wtt of Houghton, " u hiu' overlooking l'ortage Luke, where aheUer is pro vided I-T M? lionn -It- .Hid uiu'oitun uto, ie full nt lintriKtion. litre moans arc invl'lil f"r those who aro not ul toaotl.fr iuiuj.aiitmd t s;-iu u livHl hoatU aiM tor tho who aro tu-yoinl work, a home, socio. JvJ frm the bus. i!o and worries of a busy worKl. That tho Inmates have completely lost tho .Iroiot usually asociito.l with an in stitution of this kind U very evMont. Tho oUU'-r men and women may be oon almost any pleasant day. Immsintf around in the open air, while the more able-bodied nun may be found busily fissasfd in plowing and reading and doing suih work a. they are uble. A i t ju si ntative of Tha New s re ctntly vi-ited the infirmary, and was hown thioiuti the Instutltloii by Mrs. W'ahl, matron in chart;. The wards of the Inmates are larjio. wvll lighted and excellently ventilated. There are sixty-five Inmate at the homr at the present time, thirteen of whom are women. The nu n and wom en have separate quarters hut their conveniences are praetiowliy the pame. IVd roonif. sitting rooms and dining looms are immaculate. Tho kitchen with its cream separat or, butter churn, refrieperator and massive oven givt ample evidence f the fact that the inmates are well pro vided for. se'ir,s rooms, bath rooms, wash rooms, clothes rooms, lockets, provide very sult.iMe convenience". There are five farm buildings in ndditlon to thn main Institutions, and those having been erected by the inmates of the home from the lumber of the former buildin. One man is assigned to take charge of each de partment of the farm. There are 43 hogs, about 300 head of poultry ;nd a largo number of cows at the farm. Superintendent "Wanl deserves much credit for the way in which he has managed the affairs of the Institu tion since he took charge of it. Each man is given the task for which he is lest fitted and unless he Is physi cally unable to work, Is expected to perform that work satisfactorily. Mr. W'ahl has Biucecded In paining the confidence and friendship of the men hy working with them and treating them kindly but firmly. With the help of carpenter., he has erected a blacksmith bhop, u carpenter dip. hog pen. hennery, stables, machine shop, loo house and barna for stor ing the produce, l'ields of corn, beam, peas, turnips, potatoes give proof of the prosperous condition of the farm. while orchards of apples, plums and smaller fruits Increase its prixlue 1 1 venous. There are all sorts of men shel tered at the Institution, most of whom talk freely of their past lives. One of the Inmates, with childish delight exhibited a coat with brass buttons which he said he had worn when n butler for Queen Victoria. Drink, he said, led to his condition of depend ency. One old gentleman, supplies the Institution with shoes, combination of felt and leather, which provides for both comfort and durability. In this manner he contributes to the general welfare of the Inmates. So well i? the farm managed, that It Is practl callv self-supporting and an Institu tion hl.b cverv citizen of the count -y may be proud. PLAY POSTPONED GAMES. Two postponed baseball games will be played Saturday and Sunday at KuroitMvn, between !:iy and the Double-H team Saturday afternoon and Iike Linden and the Double-ll tm on Sundav afternoon. The games will commence promptly at three o'clock and promise to be of rxcontlonnl Interest, because of the fact that Wagner will occupy the lox for the Double-ll nine. Wagner's fin ger was Injured at Hurontown some time ago preventing him from par ticipating In tho samrs for several weeks. It Is now sufflcontly healed to allow him to play ball and his re-ap-pearance will be hailed with delight by fans. Mutter will be on the re ceiving end of the battery. PROBATE COURT AFFAIRS. Rtport of the Proceedings for Week J it Mads public. Ttoglster Freeman of the probate court makes the following report of the business transacted by Judge ltentley of the probate court for the luist week: lVtltion for the appointment of an administrator for the estate of So phia Suprenant, deceased; hearing October C. Warrant and Inventory Hied in the estate of F.liza Oarlon, deceased. Trustee'? bond filed in the matter of Herman Thiol et al., 'minors. Final account of executor Hied lr. the estate of Ellon .Mellon, deceased; hearing October 7. Order allowing claims In the estate of Jennie Lapp deceased. Order appointing admislntrator for the estate of Alex Saaranen, deceas ed; bond fixed at $1,200. ' Inventory tiled In the estate of Jo fceph Legare, deceased. Annual account filed In the estate of Joseph S. Stelmel. Tetltlon for the appointment of an administrator do bonis non for the estate of Charles Fremholz, deceased; hearing October 7. Tetltlon for the appointment of an administrator for the estate of Frank ttiignoll, deceased; hearing November 9; notice to foreign Consul. Richard Xettell appointed adminis trator of the estate of Caroline Net tell, deceased; bond fixed nt Jl.'OO. Administrator appointed for the es tate of peter Tervo deceased; bond fixed at t'00. Order appointing time (of hearing claims, order limiting settlement of estate and appointing nppraisers In said estate; hearing of claims January 17. 1911. Tetltlon for the appointment of an administrator for the estate of Hen ry WlHams, deceased; heiring Oct. 7- Order appointing administrator for the estate of Oerhard fSehllchtlng. de ceased: bond fixed at $100. Order de termining heals In said estate. Order appointing tmo for hearing clams In tho estate of Herman Pch Uchtlng. deceased; hearing January 17, ll'll. Order limiting settlement of estate and appointing appraisers in said estate. John Sontic appointed guardian of John Sontic, Jr.; bond !Kd at $00. Wan ant and Inventory Hied in the estate of Julia Martha mown, deceas ed. Kathorine Slocman and Jane Chap man appointed executoiH of the last will and testament of Anna Shopard, deceased; bond llxed at $J,"00. Order allowing llnal account In the estate of Joseph Meyer, deceased. PORTAGE LAKE CONTRACT. Co!. Graham 1). Flteh and the gov ernment engineers in charge or mo Duluth district are anticipating a busy time toward tho latter part of September, when bids on a number of Important projects nre to be opened. Sept 23 contracts f r supplying a largo amount of .stone for the Tort nge Lake work will ho lot to tho hiwost bidder; Sept. 29 the eoiitract for the Marquette dredging will be lot; and Sept. 30 bids on the dredging to en large the anchorage basin of the I)u-luth-Supciior harljor will be opened and the contract lot. Hululh New -Trlbuno. FIREMEN RECEIVE CHECK. Strvicej of Houghton Depsrtmsnt at Recent Firs are Appreciated. A i hot k from K. T. I Mi. Xcovcr. vice president and general minager of the i per Uaims railroad for the sum of $7.i. expressing the. apHicHation of lipr-eir and his company of the good wo,u of the department at the recent pali.t shop tire, was gratefully received hy the Houghton fire department at a recent mooting and a vote of thanks extended to the fceiieious donor. A resolution was also passed, thank ing James J. liyeis and It. U. Ooodoll for their generous contributions to the tournament fund, also the village coun cil and other bu-lncss men for the as Hlvtauce extended to the department on this occasion. fair has begun. YV. I. Stevens has returned to the I Scslon Institute of Technology after -pending his vacation here. Walter Mich of Eureka, Utah, pres ident of the Chief Consolidates!, Is reg istered at the Douglass House. NEW ROAD ENGINEER. The county road commission lias secured the services of Randolph Mar tin of Washington, p. a.. engineer for the county road "inmisxion. Mr. Martin arrived In .Houghtoii. .yesterday accompanied hy Air. .Martin' and they are now at the Douglass House. M'r. Martin is a graduate civil engineer and comes from,, the department of puhll? roads of the., Agricultural department. He has spent the summer In Iioiso, Idaho, In charge of road construction and comes highly recommended. ALUMNI TEAM WINS. The Houghton high school alumni defeated the hly.h school football team We.liH-day altornoon in the llrst foot hall game of the sotson. the score be ing 30 to 0. Nevertheless the grad uates consider the high school team a good one and with practice should he able to make a igood showing against other schools In the copper country. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. R. T. os'on. MoKeever left yesterday for The funeral of Francos Marlon, the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William Duffney of H." Diamond street, who died Wednesday, was held this morn ing from the residence, Rev. J. E. Curzon officiating and Interment at Forest Hill cemetery. Howard MiCurdy ;hm1 Leo Haas left yesterday for Linking where they will iter the Michigan Agricultural school. nlshings for the new chib house was placed. The board uflcrwurd made uu' In.-.poctlon of the new building. A little blase on the roof of (Jray's blacksmith shop wus discovered this morning and the alarm turned In. The lire department quickly respond. and It was extinguished without difficulty. L. 11. Iwis of Kenton J. R. Hess, the blind salesman for the broom factory for the blind at Saginaw, left today for other nun. returned!0' up,,t'r Michigan. Mr. Hess desires J. A. Nestor of Raraga Is visiting friends in Houghton today. "Mr. nn.1, (Mrs. R. Martin of Rolse. Idaho, arc vl.-itors in Houghton. Charley 1'arrott left last night for Hibliiig whore ho will bo employed. Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert Ehlors left yes terday afternoon for Ruffalo on a short ploii-suro trip. The building of a fence around tho Amphldrome for the Copper Country home yesterday, having come to Houghton to attend the county con vention. Mr. and Mrs. W. TC. Shaw, Jr. left yesterday for Ann Arbor and Ronton whore they will visit relatives for u short time. William Rath, county school com missioner, made a tour of Inspection of tho Franklin township schools yes terday. William Alloc, telegraph operator at Thoinaston, Mich., is spending a vacatlo; with his parents , at East Houghton. The little Cerman band will give concerts In the Dodgevllle park to morrow and Sunday, afternoon and evening. Ceorge Rrand loft yesterday for tho Fnivorsity of '.Michigan at Ann Arbor to resume his studies In the law de partment. Mrs. Joseph Hodgson and $n, John Hodgson, left today for Itoston where John will enter Thillio Exeter ncadomy to prepare for Harvard. Mis Florence Oshorn loft this week for Orand Forks, N. I., to take a posi tion as drawing teacher hi tho Uni versity of Notth Dakota. A marriage license was Issued this morning from County Clerk Rich ardson's office to Frank E. Nara and Annie Karvola of Laurlum. A meet lug of tho board of governors of tho Houghton dub was held yester day afternoon. The order for the fur- to express his thanks to Houghton business men for tho liberal patron age accorded him and for tho cour teous treatment received. NAVY CHAPLAIN RETIRES. Washington, D. C, Sept. 16. Ori uccount of having reached the age lim it of sixty-two years Chaplain David II. Tribou, tho senior chaplain la tho navy, was placed on tho retired list today with tho rank of captain. Chap lain Tribou comes from Maine and was appointed to tho service In 1S72. Since 1905 he has been stationed at the naval homo In Philadelphia. The marriages of London last year represent tho lowest percentage of which there Is any record. TORTURES OF! PILES. It It Unnecessary to Suffer This Ter rible Trouble. Keen torture is the everyday lot of the sufferer from plies. And yet that suffering Is needless. Eagle pharmacy, Calumet, Mali., and Lnurlnm Pharmacy, Laurlum, Mich., will sell you Ileni-Rold and later return your money If It falls. Wo have sold Hem-Rold that way for two or three years and refunds asked have been loss than 1 per cent. We therefore recommend It with con fidence. Hem-Rold Is nij Internal remedy, tho prescription of Dr. J. S. Leon hard t. $1 for largo bottle. Dr. Leon hardt Co., Station R, Ruffalo, N. Y. Write for booklet. ? ? V y v s vr A T -4 OPENING !(-. " i To SA n The cool September days and nights are here and; the Sayings Bank Store again opens its campaign of Fall Merchandising. Summer lines have been closed out and we are now ready to meet the demands ota new season with broad and well selected stocks' overy doDartment.' The policy of selling the best goods for less money than our competitors lias built for theSavinirs Bank Store the large and permanent business they now enjoy, as during the past years of their business career in Calumet this policy will be pursued more vigorously then ever and we are prepared to offer such values as will fairly demand the patronage ot all careful and thrifty people. The following bargains should tempt you. x mm I v - v I V f V f v yNew Fall Styles of Men's ClotMng This f:wdi arc very attractive :uu stylih. The prevailing color are IM'.ies ami Brown ami Fancy Stripes. We ive ldov a few notations n the alve: TIkm new suits ranue in pii e from $20.0 0 lovn as low as ;.!.". This reliable lirund of "Fremst" clothing i of the very liest that is made. Xo mailer how miieli more money anyone else may a-k for other makes of cloth in"; they ean't ;ie you any Letter nor as g 1 value, as you will oet in cur ''Foremost" suits. J'e sure and come and see these he fore liivinir elsewhere. Tn Chillis suils we ! vears of a:;e. Price have them iioui from to FOREMOST CLCTHCS SCHLOSS BROS. DE.T8CIXMICH. In Voun -Men's Suits We have an Mr ray and iosortment ( suits from $4.95 up to $12 In l.ys School Suits Wo have them in sizes from S to 17 years. The priee:? ran ye from $2 to $5.50 OVERCOATS Tin season wo have the very ta-st nnd latest tiling out. These are coats with the "Pres to" Collar vhci feature is patented and yive you the stylish Automobile or .Military etfeet or the turn-down lapel style. Wear thorn to suit your faney. , $2 to $4.95 Children overcoats from -1 to 10 years i aye In Men's Pants for winter wear in heavy wool and Fanov Worsted from " ' $1 to $5 OVERCOATS To Our "New Ladies" Ready-to-Wear. Department We have oiven our best efforts and have been successful in noon ring the very latest and most stylish garments that the markets alford. The specialty for ladies' Fall wear are a long coat that conies in fine Broadcloth, Kersey and Beaver. Tho colors are black, dark blues and cadet, they run in sizes up to 1 J, and are f:J inches long. These uf tipf, ; : : 'V-"! Another hue that is very attractive und stvlish for this season tn Indies' and miss k &i -01 :r 's' an- the "Plush" coat?. These will range from 12.50 to $20.00 v&sm ' : . .. Our special feature that the mothers of the district have had particular satisfac tion from the Savings J.iuik stores is the great and varied assortment. Infants' and Children's Coats These we have this season in lonr skin and pony skin and a great variety of suit able and warm cloths, made up in the most up-to-date and pleasing styles ranging in prices from $1.95 up to $10.00 V V V V y v Y Y Y X: Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y v f Y Y Y v Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y V f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y t y Y Y Y Y Y y Y y y. y t y y y y r 1C3 try mm Hi2a J A.TN-. LAWKS' SWKATKUS, (iKKV ... 75 CrIIILS' TAM O'SHANTKKS S5 APTO SCABFS all colors 49t? PABV BLAXKKTS fancy deigns 05 .MFX'S JIOPSK SUPPKBS, per pair LAWKS BLACK SATKKN PK'ITICOATS, each W CIIILDBKXS COL'SKT WAISTS ..10 C1IILWJKXS TASSKL CAPS 25 CIIILWiKX I LAXXKLKTTK XICIIT cowxs LADJKS FI.AXXKI.KTTK .Xight downs ...500 I1KAVV KLKKCK MXKD Children Underwear 250 LAWKS WOOLKX I'X DKKWKAB OS0 LAWKS FXIOX SWTS 1S0 c 1 1 1 h w : i: x s s hi: i : p i x ( i ( ; a i : M i: .x ts . . . . 50 0 TFBKKV KK1) TABI.K CLOTHS. 800 PAL'ACOX BKAXh, Best Knitting Yarn .Made, Per Skein ; oO0 CHir.DKKXS IIKAVV 1MBBKD STOCKI.XtJS, Any Size, Per Pair '. 15f? SAXOXV YAIiX, Per Skein . . . ; . .80 (1KILMAXTOWX KNI ITIXO YAUX, Per Skein ; 25c LAWKS KLKKCK 1) Lined Hose 150 LAWKS IIKAVV WOOL HOSK Per Pair ..250 LAWKS llOKSK DBKSSKS . . . .' .980 LAWKS H AX I) BACS'... ...... .!...490 SIXC.KBS MACIUXK OIL, Per P,ottlc ... .100 ClIILWIKXS IIAXDKKUCIIIKFS, each .'.V 20 SAFKTV PIXS, 2 CAKDS... 50 BELOW WE QUOTE PRICES ON SOME MISCELLANEOUS SPECIALTIES PKA1IL IiUTtoXS, lVr Card ... ... .50 COMMON PfXSy Per Paper . . ..... . . '. . .10 MKXKX'S TALCUM l'OWDKB, LT.c grale .170 XICKLK HACK DBKSS COMBS .....80 MKXS WIXTKU CAPS ,. .....500 B()V'S W1XTKU CAPS ... .250 .MKXS SWKATKR COATS . . . ... ... ..$1.25 BOYS SWKATKK COATS 400 BOYS CHKlOT 1'AXTS .....250 WHITK MIXIX0 IJXDKUWKAB, each ...0 Upon Our Shoe Department it is r.niH co.-aiy for us to u-e mm h space' for our nuii'u ions customers well known that in both Indies, Childnn'-, Men's and Boy's Shoes v.e have a com plete line of the finest and best as well as the Wrong est and iiKt durable for men and lmysjn well as Children's School Shoes. Underwear and Furnishings Wo pride .ourselves particularly . in our stock of Men's Underwear and Furnishings. We carry these in the fluent, fleece wool gfods to the heaviest and warmest that the manufacturers make and our prices are always extremely low on these. Our juices on these range from '150 up to Sj?l. 75 each. A X ( p. ' - w . .' i . 1 f