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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. iY4 ... l" 31 v. V:: Houghton WALKS ACROSS LAKE SUPERIOR r - EDWARD TROMLEY, APPLICANT FOR CITIZENSHIP, CROSSED FROM CANADA TO ISLE I ROYALE ON ICE. That Lake Superior was forme-rly frozen over every winter about twenty or thirty years hk was attested t today by Kdward Tromley, who made an application this morning in I'ounty Clerk Kaiser" office fur fall natu ralization papers. Mr. Tromley, unlike other immigrants, did not come b boat, train, airship of submarine, nor served at i:. Music wni ie iiirnitne,! did he mak the passage on terra by the Kllnftkammer orchestra. Fol flrma. In the w inter of 1ST! he crossed j h wing is the program of sixteen from Port Arthur to Isle Ibyale on the dances which includes two feature frozen surface of Lake Superior on dances: loot, a distance of about twenty mihs. Two-step. 'Sweet Italian Love." Lake Superior was covered by a sheet j Waltz. "All Aboard for Blanket of Ice. This was not unusual for the j Hay." "big sea water" at that time, but for j Two-step, "Call Me Up Some Rainy the last ten or twenty years this con- Afternoon." ditlon has not existed. WaltzTin Afraid of You." Mr. Tromley. who Is now a resi-1 Tw o-step'drizzly Hear." dent. of Heacn Hill, was born at St. Wa'itz.'Ttippling Waves."" raul Hay, Canada, and has been a Tso-stop.l'iider the Yum Yum resident of the United States lnce i Tree." 18TI. His first citizen papers were Rye waltz.'Cem'n" Thru the Hye." taken out in 1Ss7 and like many of the' older residents of the copper country he has enjoyed all the privileges of a j full fledged citizen until now, when ' the law forces him to take out his j second papers. Mr. Tromley stayed iN on Isle Uoyale until the sprimr of 17 when he went to work In the CJuincy mine. Silver Mins in Lake. Mr. Tromley tells some interesting stories of his career as a miner. or. of the most interesting stories Is that of the Silver Islet mine. In which he worked during- his stay on Isle Royale. Slskowit Ray is the name of the place where this mine was located, a shaft teing sunk in the lake bottom. A rich vein of silver had been located at that place and a company was formed. A cribbing was constructed of nk, tin-! water pumped out of this, and on lh bottom of the lake the shaU was sunk. The mine prwved unusually ri h. na tive silver being found in large juan tities. Considerable trouble was ex perienced, however, in keeping the water out of the shaft and at three different times the shaft was ele etroyed by storms, ami again rebuilt. The vein was at last lost and the miners were unable to find it again. Jn late years plans have been suggest ed of striking the vein by sinking a ehaft on shore and tunneling out un der the lake, but Mr. Tromley is of the opinion that the vein "pinched out" end that n more silver can bo found there, at least not in such (pjantit ies as in the seventies. Naturalization Monday. Th list of applicants for naturaii.a- tlon contlnue-s t grow in County Clerk ; Kaiser's office. TheTe are nearly to be heard at the' present t-rm 11 . ' 1 court and already are no to be beard at the May term w hi h opens May 2.. The naturalization business will be heard next week and continue for three days, beginning on Monday and ending Wednesday. The most ree i nt- An Important Announcement The Ladles' Home Journal has Kv.-n up Its exclusive fashion numbers. This change meana that the Quarterly Style Hook Is now th- only book 111,,-tratlng the Indies' Homo Journal Patterns and its the wily boe.k eontaining the Indies Home Journal fashion, ,ln 1 correct Stylo newn during the uprlng 1911. On sale at cur pattern counter at 5 the copy. .... Department ly posted list, follows, with the usual information as to name, resklence, na tivity and place and date of entry: Joseph Vire. Canada, Calumet, Soo, JiSG. Alphe.nse Clouthlcre. Canada, Calu met. Soo, ISo. Kd ward TroniMey. Canada. Ileaeon Hill. Isle r.oyale. 1S74. I.eon Labarge. Canada. Calumet. Si. 1 SS. Henry Fournier. Canada, Calumet. Sou, 1SS9. HOP AT THE M. C. M. Program fo- Students Dancing Party Tomorrow Night. The students of the Michigan Col lege of Mints will s've one of their regular dances in the college gymna sium tomorrow evening, elanclng to start at S:30. Refreshments will be Two-step. "Lovle Joe." Waltz.'-nur Wedding Day." Two-step'SilVer Hell." Waltz. Military Dip." Two-step.'Mary Your'e a rig Girl Wa!tz."Mad.ime Slurry." Two-stcp."Amina." Wa!tz."Meit Me Tonight In Dream land." Rehearsals For Play. Rehearsals have been started for the pi ay "In Mexico" which is to be pre- stnted by the students at the Ker- rolge theater during the Raster vaca tion. The play Is for the purpose of raising funds for the- construction of n swimming pool In the basement of the gymnasium. Tii" Loeals of the Michigan College of Mims defeated the basketball team f the Huneock high school In one of the close st games of the season. In the eollego gymnasium last evening, the score being 20 to 19. The score at the end of the first half was 9 to 6 in favor of Hancock. The line-ups yere: Locals Hancock. Rashleigh (forward Smith. Sparks forward Campbell. Kutzbach center Noble. Gordon guard Schilling. Klvari guard Mcrkle, Light, Rich ards. LADIES ENTERTAIN. The ladies of the Kastcrn Star en tertained at a card party last evening in the Masonic hall Jn the Strobel building1 en Shelden street. Progres sive "')" was played and the gent's prize was awarded to William Roue, j while the k ntle inan'.s eonsedation prize was awarded to Joseph Rash- Nigh. Mrs. Angus McDonald won the ladies' prize while the ladies' consola tion prize- was awarded to Mrs. George Ranks. Luni heon was se rved by th" ladies and a very enjoyable time was had by all. Tf JTERE are few reasons why JL J. you should secure a copy THE Ladies' Home Journal Style Book for Spring 1911 Hecau.-e its the biggest and best bargain ever offered in a style book. It contains :0 page s wltii j.ooo illustrations of the L idles' Home Journal patterns. 10 ,,,,-es are dev.ded exclusively to envhrolJerlng and embroid ery patterns. Size of book li'ixlt'.i inche's. Hee.ni.w., jf you widi to be well Informed on matters of Ftyle you must H-t ure in,, vpriu- quarterly. Knowing winncti demand the book because it glv.s the first authoritative glimpse of spring fashions. BUY YOUR COPY NOW ! You can bo just hh fashionably el reived as any woman in New Yeifk'n "four hundre d" and you won t nee,! to travel te, Paris or engage sumo hUh-prh ed modi, to ..r spend any more money than you are spending for your clothes right now. ; HERE'S THE WAY i'all at e.ur pattern counter and purchase a Spring Quart-rly Stylo u.e.k read it - arefully, eb-e Nle. on the garments you wan't to mnke, secure tho Ladi. v Hot,:,, journal Patterns illustrated in the etyle book. The mak ing Is so easy that even a girl can make perfect garments from them. Heme.,,!,, r. the Sprinif fjuarte rly Jsthe nniy br.ok illustrating a co-nplete ji'-'soitme i.t eif i,idles' Home Journal Patterns. 'let a vopy no a. Price per copy Weirth 10 times T s ST . CALUMET vfeCd MICHIGAN PREMIUMS ANNOUNCED. Summary of Prize Winners at Copper Country Poultry Show. Following Is a list of the prize win ners at the fifth annual poultry show of the Copper Country assiviation which came to a close last evening at the Amphldrome hall, and the breed of birds which they showed: William D. Tresslder of Negaunee. Harred Ply mouth Rocks, S. C. White Leghorns and Cornish Indian Games: C II Iloltzai.pif of I-ake Linden. Itarred Plymouth Ibvks; W. C. Wiedonhoefer Hubbell, Harred Plymouth Rocks: W C. Reynolds of Laurium. Harred Ply mouth Rocks; Roycroft Farm of Sid- naw, pioprietor. W. S. Pricket.. White Plymouth Rocks. White Wyandottes. and R. C. Rhode Island Rods; C. S. Joins & Son of Laurium, White Ply mouth Rocks: C. I. Hashore of Calu met. White Plymouth Rocks; T. A. Green of Ontonagon. Huff Plymouth Rocks; William J. Christopher of Mo hawk, Silver Iced Wyandottes; Wil liam Rowland of Atlantic. Golden'Lac ed Wyandottes and Light Hrahmas; Howard Rowland of the Atlantic Mine, Golden Laced Wyandottes; James A. Daly of Mohawk. Rlack Wyandottes, Rlack Langshans and Rlack Sumatra; George Osborn of Freda, Partridge Wyndottes; Alfred James of Mohawk. Dark Hrahmas and White Indian Games; Francis Neumah of Houghton, S. C. Hrown Leghorns and Golden Soabrights; Harry Major of Houghton, S. C. Hrown Leghorns; G. P. Ralcolm of Houghton. S. C. Huff Leghorns; John W. Vogler of Laurium. R. C. Hrown Leghorns; W. H. Common of Kearsarge. S. C. Rlack Minorcas; R. P. Dunstan of Hancock, R. C. Rlack Minorcas; John G. Stone of Houghton. S. C. Ruff Orpingtons: John Rest of Houghton. S. C. Ruff Orpingtons: Steven Hill of Laurium. Cornish In dian Game; Michael Dillon of Huron town. Pit Ganus; John Rolltho of Cop per City, Pit Games; Helen and Jack Stone of Houghton, Huff Cochin Ran tams; Herbert Finnegan of Winona, Rlack Cochin Rantams. SENTENCES METED OUT. Judge A. T. Streets Sends Two Men to Marquette Prison. Judge A. T. Streeter this morning sentenced Pong Wo Soo, the Iiurluni Chinaman, who thl-i week pled guilty to a statutory charge at the Hough ton circuit court, to one year at the Marquette prison. Peter Talikka, who was found guilty of the charge of as sault with Intent to do great lMdl!y harm less than the crime of murder, wa sentenced by Judge Streeter to serve a term of from thrie to four years at tin "Marquette prison. Roth prisoners will -be taken to (Marquette tomorrow. Ca;t. Rogers of Houghton left this morning with a patient for the upper peninsula hospital at Newberry. MUCH MONEY IN THE TREASURY. More Than 200,000 in Hands cf Treasurer Rashleigh. County Treasurer Rashleigh an nounceel this morning; that the money now in hi hands amounts to more than JjflO.noo, the large-st sum In the treasury for the year. The county is now ready for any emergency and the treasurer is ready to cash any orders that might be turned in to him. At the December meeting of the board of supervisors. Treasurer Rash lelgh asked that orders on the treas ury be held up for awhile, 'because the county had no more money, In fact was somewhat In dertt te the hank. This stringency was remedied when 5 cents. the tax roll of th various villages of Houghton county teRin t cme In until now there is more money In the trvaMiry than at any previous time. January is alway the month when the county Hauls Itself the rlushcst. while In IVoembcr the coffers of the voant are tir-alned to the bottom ly the numerous orders turned In. The last of the tax roll of the vil lages of liouxhton county are now o.miii iii lo the treasurer's otflce. Patrick J. Ryan, treasurer of the vil lage of Red Ja.ket. turned In dclin H'jf ncie yesterday afternoon to the amount of Ji-o.j out of a total tax roll of f-'t.iHM. There now remain on ly p.i village treasurers in the coun ty. Like Linden and laurium, to re port. PROBATE PROCEEDINGS. Week' Work in Judge Bentley's Pro bate Court Announced. Register lteeman has prepared the following resume of the week's busi ness of the probate court: Petition for the appointment of an administrator for the estate of Chas. WestV.etsr. deceased; hearing Febru ary 10. Pitttlon for probate of will of Abra ham Roberts, deceased; waiver of no tice of hearing and publication. Order closing hearing of claims in the estate of Thomas Moore, deceas ed. Ore'er closing hearing of claims In the estate of Gottfried Michael, de ceased. Petition for predate ef will of Ca therine Messner, deceased; hearing February 16. Administrator appointed for the es tate of Mikko Meriljanen alias IMor llla. deceased; bond fixed at f 1,000. Petition for probate of will of John Da we, deceased; hearing February 17. Confirmation of sale of real estate In the estate of Mattl Koshela, deceased. Guardian appolnteed for the estate of Reino E. Koskela et al., minors; bond flxe-d at $300. Petitiem and order for widow's al lowance In the estate of Matti Koske la. deceased. Inventory filed In the estate of Geo. K. and Leopold F. Lehto, minors. Inventory filed In tho estate of Thomas Gasporovtch et al., minors. Administrator with the will annexed apiMdnted In the estate of John P. Ma xell, deceased; bond fixed at $1,000. Order closing hearing of claims in tho estate of Harbnra Kopp, deceased. Final account of administrator of he estate of Rarbara Kopp, deceased, tiled; hearing Fobrunry 21. Petition and order fer widow's al lowance, estate of Joseph LePage, de- ased. Maria LePage appointed guardian of Anna and lllancho LePage, minors; bond fixed at $3,000. Warrant and Inventory filed In the estate of William 'Allen, deceased. Order npiolnting time for hearing claims, order limiting settlement of tate and appointing appraisers In the estate of John P. iMason, deceas ed. Inheritance tax paid and final nc- ceiunt .' executor eif estate of Sam uel Stephens, deceased, allowed. A. V. Urch appointed administrator of the estate of Stephen Honn, de ceased; bond fixed at $200. Mrs. L. J. Voell and son of Chicago trrlveel In Houghton today to Join .Mr. Voell who has been in the copper eountry for somp time on (business. J. O. Reynolds and W. Y. church of Mareiuetto and Henry Trevarrow of Xegaunee are registered at the Deuig- las House. F. R. Rolles and C. S. Fales of the Copper Range railroad left Wednesday for Chicago on business. S. A. McXamara of Chicago is spending a few days in tho cepper country on business. F. Alderman of Rralnerd, Minn., was ft Houghton business visitor to day. .;. .j. . .j. .j. .j. .j. r. . .j. .j. .;. . NO STOMACH MISERY. Indigestion Goes and Your Stom- ch Feels Fine in Five Minutes. -5. 4. You cVn eat anything your stomach craves without fear of Indigestion or Dyspepsia, or that your food will fer ment or sour on your stomach, If you will tako a little Dlapcpsln occasion ally. Your meals will taste good and any thing you cat will bo digested; nothing can ferment or turn Into ald or pol sop or stomach gas, which causes Helching, Dizziness, a feeling of full ness after eating, Nausea, 'Indigestion (like a lump of lead In stomach), Rll lousness. Heartburn, AVater brash, Tain in stomach and Intestines or other symptoms. Headaches from the stomach are ab solutely unknown where this effective remedy Is used. Dlapepsln really does all the work of a healthy stomach. It digests your meals when your stom ach can't A tingle dose will digest all the food yeu eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour and upset the stom ach. Oet a large CO-cent case of Rape's Dlapepsin from your druggist and start taking now, and In a little while you will actually brag about your healthy, strong Stomach, for you then an eat anything and every thing you want without the slightest discomfort or misery, and every par ticle of Impurity and flas that Is In your stomach and Intestines Is going to e carried sway without the us of laxatives or any other assistance. Should you at this moment fee snif ferlng from Indigestion or any sttom ach disorder, you can get relief within Ave mlnutcjj, HOUGHTON BREVITIES. John 15I.uk ef the Van irden eeun pany will leave totlay for u vhort bus iness trip to Chicago. 11. S. NeTthey and R. Skllt Shelden will leave in Sunday for Chicago where they will spend a few days n business. The funeral of the late Mrs. IMoIng tf Hurontown will take place tomor- reiw morning from St. Ignatius church at 9 o'clock. J. P. Kdwards left yesterday after noon for Salt Iike City. He will be olned there by Norman W. Halre ami the two will visit a number ef mining pnportles before their return. rti tour Krcllwitz. captain of the I. A. C. hH'key team did not return to that city with the team but is now ill at the home of his parents, Mr. find Mrs. L. H. Krellwltz, Portage street. John T. Rente tibach, ticket agent of the Copper Range railroad, returned yesterday from Raraga where he at tended the funeral of his wife's moth er. Mrs. Michael Funis which was held Tuesday. J. T. McKlnney, district passenger agent fer the Northern Pacific, and W. G. Mitsch, district passenger agent for the Chicago and Great Western, were in Houghton yesterday visiting the various railroad offices. The Amphldrome was closed yester day afternoon and last night for the first time since December 3. The warm wenther of yesterday turned the skating surface Into a pond of water and skating wns Impossible. Mrs. John K. Curzon left yesterday afterneion for Chicago to Join her hus band, who has been In that city feer the past week looking over his future field and home. Rev. Cnrzon will re turn to Houghton soon to make prep arations for leaving. The school board has decided to es tablish the Fifth grade of the Hurton town school at the fire hail, where a kindergarten has been conducted for some years. Tho two grades will be ' divided by n moveable partition which will be set aside when the hall Is in j use for other purposes. Word was received in Houghton yes- , terday announcing the death of, Charles K. Markham,1 general passen ger agent at Anchor Lino Steamship I company, at Ruffah on Tuesday. Mr ; Markham Is well known In Houghti i : having vlsltel this place on several: ocensbms. He was ono ef the eddest Cf GRMMLL BEOS.9 BIG satlonal Inventory Clearance at Unequalled Savings For Piano Buyers Our Piano steck embraces many instruments which wo have taken In exchange em the IManos of our reg ular line; some of these can scarcely bo told from new, all are In goed condition e offer them nt reduc tions ef $55, $00, $163, etc., Discounts correspondingly great apply also to tho IManos In our rental stock. Rrand new Sample l'ianos, lato designs, will be closed out at a fraction of their regular price. Purchase Made Easy For All A first payment of $10 sends ono of these beautiful, sweet-toned upright IManos to your home at or.ee-w-e ask only $(5, $7, etc., monthly on the balance, stool and drape free. f,0c to $1 weekly pays for a fully ro- Player Pianos and Piano Players Rig discounts apply on the well known hlRh-grade Mayer IManos and Piano Players of our Pno We ar range easy monthly or quarterly payment terms. " r Small Instrument Specials To purchase here and now means Instruments mentioned will give you VIOLIN OUTFIT: Zf"t!, ebony trimmed, goed tone qual ity complete with polished wood case, goeel bow, extra set of strings, rosin, etc., regular $S value, Inventory Sale price, only. $4.75 6RDI WELL Two riflno mrtnrloff. Twenty-four Htoros. i nw ' y f L 'Jt-v-'iVy.'.e" V Seedless raitinc CO per pack them under enables you to choicest, tree-ripened oranges. "Sunkist Until you havetasted a luscious"Sunkist"oranee, you cannot beirin Lemons If yoit want oranges that are carefully packed and swiftly transported, oerve bun kits" on your table tomorrow morninir and learn the t':o luK'st loin ii.Mfcrown nsli f.r".Sti!i'..if.t" superiority of round oranges over trniul suit note Now much juic ier Piey art oranges art so nearly all food that they are much the cheapest kind to buy. "Sunkist" oranges are thin-flinneJ and are hand- Hint li o w miK'h far ther they ficieJ. The "Sunkist" Ask vour dealer for the go In pro pa r i n ft H.tuceb, sure that each oranpe you get is packed in a tisue paper wrapper labeled "Sunkist." For these wrappers cakes, pies, a I u,l n ii it are valuable. FREE This Handsome ilriuks Savcl2"Sunklst"ornnge(orlemon)wrupper and send tliein to u, with lie and wo will present onira Snoon. of hcautifnl new (iexiirn and hlirhent Qtiitiitv. ileum unvinii wriiH-r wxinv, mr rrn ninu. liuuul afMMm lilr"l onl 12 "tSunkUt" wrapix-manil )2i. I. Mmlilln. mnil nni(jnl tntiu,a fehun iK.ll ami uint I itm'lmi to; on aniounl alxv wn tirefcr ni.inov onler. i i,rtMMrlir or Imnk draft. Uiii't'iel cah I We will l iiiml to nium. H honor tnitu (or firvniium. California Fruit Growers' tfwi aOaY 'USiki-. steamship men on the groat lakes. A special train will "bo run over the Cetppcr Range railroad tonight from Calumet to accomeidate theise wishing to attend the skating party by the trainmen at the Amphldrome. The regular train leaving Freda at 5:15 will be held until 6:00 e'cleck and a sptclal will run from Houghton to Freda after the skating party. filE QLSOH ESTATE SCOTT ST CALUMET HICH. TELEPHONE NORTH 41. Pianos, Organs, Player Pianos, Violins, Mandolins. Guitars, Banjos, Band Instruments and Musical Goods of Every Description. Our Inventory, just completed, h;;s disclosed the fact that wo are carrying more stock than la advisable; and while this In Itself demands early adjustment, tho arrival of eur new 1911 models In all lines, makes a decisive and Immediate Clearance abseilutely necessary. "We have gone carefully through our steck in every department, and to Induce quick buying have reeluced our already low prices to a point absolutely unparalleled. No matter what kind of a Musical Instrument you cemslder buying, an extraordinary saving. I I . I M Ill a bona Ode saving. We sell on terms some Idea of the rare bargains found nillTJR DtlTFIT- nt,.Wo fin V .J III 1 , model, rime. we.od finished (back and sides flno spruce top, penrl position dots, ebe.ny bridge, patent head, $8.r,0 value, complete with canvasi case and extra set of strings. In- "i f 11 ings. in- $5.75 veniory sale price nc. take rnoMrx osc'' BROS.' MUSIC HOUSE Calumet Store, 119 Fifth St. Kbreless Juicy and Sweet A Perfect Fruit Five thousand California orange farmers. cent of the state's entire crop. select, each season, tlicir perfect oranges and the name "Sunkist. This recognize and buy California's to appreciate the excellence of properly grown, rigidly inspected, tree-ripened, fibreless, seedless, solid and the commonplace kind. "Sunkist" oranpe is a firm, solid fruit. Sunkist kind and make 0 Rogers Orange Spoon to pay charges, packing, etc., yon with a genuine Rogers Or- wml rim roniiilt-lo liat of valiml.la rk Buukiol 'auJ Itod liall vrunwn (ij) Excbaoge, 34 Clark Su Chicago, IIL Henry Tettsa, aged 88, died yester day nfternoon nt tho Houghton county Infirmary after a short Illness. The funeral was held this afterneion from tho Infirmary at county expense. Tim dtK-ease-el Is survived by his wife who Is also a patient at the lnfirmnry and was his only living relative. The old cou ple came from Chassell about two months ago. RX1 ft Lei Ik you can procure It during this sen- .It. as low as $1 weekly. The three In this department. BANJO OUTFIT: ;:;;irt Ihinje., heavy nickel rim. calfskin head, pearl peisltlon dots; com plete with canvas case and extra ei or strings $8.G0 value. In ventory Salo price .$5.75 f rift rmmm