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THE CALUMET NEWS.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1 1 1 s 1 Houghton Department JOHN M'NAMARA . IS OPTIMISTIC SAYS COPPER COUNTRY TEAM WILL EVENTUALLY CAPTURE HOCKEY HONORS OF THE WORLD. enough to permit extensive fishing op . rations. It seems that the men In question were not experienced fisher men iin.l uik out tr a little sport Th.v had lust reached their flbtiln point when the l' began t break ami th- In' Jloe Levari moving out to Hiii. The nun Malted for shore ami arrived in time to Hear the gap which the t 1 1 i n ice mailt- at the shore lin The Imp.- of the (lulu rineti of l'or lae Kntry, Jacols lilt ami lVuaiuing that the lee tild become thi noiigh to permit fishing operation was shattered by tie break-up oh V dne.s.l.t... Several iars mho several I.'Anse fil. i mi ii ut-re aunht in a similar ie lli'e ati'l relulereil helple.s for te cral 1,1 i!as, Ik Ins fescue.! only utter suffer ii.g severely from exposure uik! liun RUELLE A CANDIDATE. Peter Ruel'e, Jr., to Run for Highway Commissioner. 'When we organize the portug lmke hookey team at the 1 ginning this season, our purpose was P sliov the I'lll'ed States and the who!. that the copper country can pro.hu nlavera th euual of any in the I'riiied ! States and Canada," said manager Mai.N'amara of the Aiiiphidr.oiie this morning. '"Wi- are firmly eonviie . d that we can make hookey p!.irs In this northern country just a little hit better than anywhere Hse in the world. To make a, test ot tins theory reter Kip He, Jr.. this morning an- 1s the huroose of next Monday's game ti"iite.l his candidacy for the . f T i i with the crack Port Arthur team. liiol' hiuliway coihiiii-sionT for Portage spite of the glaring headlin, s In all township at the annual sprin eiet t i"ii. the papers of Oanad i and the I'nii.cl t li i- candidates for this office in the States praising the play ins of the township are Absalom Harry and Canadians, they are not lnvin ild,1 and l'rd Lean, the present highway coin before we get through with hockey in missioinr. the copper country we will have Hean- Mr. P.uelle's candidacy is Interest ed up all the teams of eastern Canada lug in that his father, l'eter liuellc. and again have the championship of Sr., held the office for live sears prc the world, but this time w ith purely ions to Fred Lean who has now held home-grown American players." the office fur two years. The younger This will be the first time." h- on-, Uuclle is the oldest of nineteen boys tlnued, "that an all-Canadian team I of u family of twenty-two. He has w ill play against an all-Am. i lean :ig- been a member of the Houghton tin gregution. in our iormer days or pro- department lor over fourteen years fesslonul glory, we imported Canadian and is one of the oldest members of players. Since those days passed the company. His announcement adds away, we nave ueveiupea cur own i additional lntenst to the coming players ami will continue to develop spring election. them Into championship form. Kvory The office of township treasurer al player on the present Portage like so das a number of candidates who team. Under, Haug, Trath. n, Sieotte. will present their qualifications at the Stroud, Mahan. Kxby and Waara, coming election. The following have were born in the copper country, or announced themselves: Ptter Diddier. at least In the upper peninsula, and i Frank rummervl'de, Capt. Dunn and all have been raised here. Their o.lu-iTim Holland. cation was obtained In our schools At a meeting of the Portage town ami the hockey education of nearly J ship board Wednesday evening of this terday afternoon to Henry Mediation and Mrs. Lena liajalln of Atlantic. W. A. Paturoft returned to his home at Huston yesterday afternoon after 'spending- a few day a in the copper who have property valued at f 1.-5. pay. It is not right and fair that we who paved our money sdiVuld have to Itiy tax, while those tellows who have -pe)it theirs should jny none.'" Other Ki;per Isors w ho are lu Uin- : t.ountry looking after mining Interests sing are talking about the mortgage j tax law, whl. h has alnady been talk- j ed to shre.is by various organizations, j Some want it entirely repealed while, other are divided upon the amend- J incuts wlii. h they won'.' like to see) made. However, all Hgre that the I 1 statute is n iiivcs a moi t t lair to the man w h CURZON TO COLUMQUS. Rector of Trinity Church to Attend Mirsicnary Movement. on, rector of Trinity i- this afternoon for lit ie be w ill ;.!!. i d the Li nun's Co lby.. .1. F. run i hur, h. w i 1 leav folmiibus. idiio. tho Iheetins of ward Al !--'li:(!v .1 th.it iiy next w tin n i . t 1 hursd.i! trio he vil! a Idress tlie St. lu:l's lain h of Maria. Ite in the int. r.-t of the l,iv M l . . x-r's mass " purlnt. his a.'sence. It. v. . m.-nt to be held eck. He Will Ti- i in bis return the liiil.'. Hub of William IVis'-or ..f CnM il I'.dl- e Large of t he l. al pulpit. w I'l HOUGHTON : : BREVITIES. : .. . .j. . 4. . Usil 1: isit . v Ii. Wallace wti.t to I'LL ss e.-tei.!ay. . Pr. Pint, n of M arpi tt. in HotiHitoii ytstenlay. all of the players began on the Liuh school teams of Houghton an 1 Han cock. It will be young America against professional Canada and if tie' test does not come off in our favor at this time, we will try again. "Our purjKise Is not to capture the championship of the world at the lirst hot of the puck. If we win the ( ham plonship of the United States this year We will go after Canada n xt year and the team that yiil represent the cop per country in that tdrungle wiil b. mad up of American and without doubt all copper country players. "We've got 'em going and u.M kc p 'em on the jump from now on." Portage Lake wiil play the list pame of the s. rb s with Mohawk 11 Friday, Fib. 17. Th eago. Port Arthur at very Hose tog. tlu r. Confident of winn in r week the following inspectors, clerks and gate-keepers for the four pre cincts of the township during the spring election, were appointed: Precinct No. 1 Inspectors, Caepar Lrand. William T. Palinear. (Jeorge (juirk, Morris Springs; clerks, Thomas Smith, Chester Killmar; gate-keepers. Samuel ivuinn, Jacob Cook. Precinct No. 1' Inspectors, Charles P. Little, Kiige!i. p.-ahan, James P.is oonibe, I'r.-d Mutter; clerks, John Moon. Albert Zlotl.r; gate-keepers Phillip Martin. Matthew Smith. PicciiKt No, 2 Inspectors. Morti mer Sullivan. Milton IMcken. "barbs Paudin. Andrew Wiir; cb-rks. John Chyiiowcth. Albert Corbeillo; tate-k.-i pers J.ihri Inix. Henry Kru- Mts. William Wir.kelmyer of P.unes- dale is visiting rtlativ. s in this city. Clifford H.il leaves this a:trno.,ii for Lis home at Mar.pictto to spend Stm.'ay. Miss Plot, nee p.. nn of Mission is visiting friends in Houghton for a few days. Harry S. d.';y, for.m-rly of Hancock but now .if Ivjluth id in Houghton on business. Mrs. Prank Siller of Houghton will Lave shortly for a short visit to New York City. Attorneys C. Albert MarsHie, W. J. Calbraith and 11 F. LeUeiulre of Cal umet were in Houghton today on business'. games w ith 'hi- -d M ba w k con.e bit the boys th. m idl. ARE CAUGHT ON ICE. Pr.-cinct No. 4 Inspectors. Leonard I Karvy, Albert Harry. Andrew (mkali. jThe i .111. lining inspectors, two clerks .lid tvo gate-ke. p. is will b.- appoint ld by tin- three liis . tors named. Seven Pequaming Fishermen Have Narrow Escape on Ice Floe. ice 011 K. igh to bol. I'e.piaioiiu; ice .,tl . . scape from beg III to hi Thinking that th Pay was ptrong en seven lisli' ini. n of out fishing 011 the and had a narrow . lng when the i and move out from. l.V lifter desperate treinely dangerous men succeeded In j;i For the first time in tw nty Keweenaw Pay fro,, over thi. and it vmis hoped during the Week that the Ice would b.,n,,. o li- k n 1 1 shoe.. 1 1 was IToit.j and nn journey that tt ing ba k. pa.-t WHAT I WENT THROUQHj Before taking Lydia LPinkham's Vegetable Compound. Xatick, M.iss. i cannot cxprcsrj' what I went thronl) during the cL.iii'.'ii I f life before I trieili Lydia K. I'inUliain'.s V' g"e t a Ii I c Com. 1 pound. I was in sudi a nervous condition II could tint keen still. M v limln wen- col'f, I l,aJ ! creepy seusatlobM, and I could not sleep nitrlit.s. I was finally told by two I'hy.-i- Jician.s thr.t I als had n tumor. I p ad i u ,llz,' fine day of the wonderful cure mad'; ' making by Jydla tj. rinkharn 3 V fpdaldo Compound and decided to try it, and it has made: nie a well woman. My IK-Jgiiliors and friends dcclire if had worked a mirach? for inc. I.ydia V.. J'inkliam's VccfaMc (lompoiind i.' wurtli it weight in g-old for woni' n during thi pt ri xl cf life. If it will help others you niay publish my letter." Mrs. Nathan I'. ;i:i-;atox, CI . Main street, Natick, Mass. Tlic Change of J,ifc is t?M most critl. cal period tif a woman's existence. V omen cvcrywhcr hliould renn inber state a that there a no iitlicr ri'incilv known'" ' to medicine that will so pue'eesst ully ! tarry women through this trjln . . 7Zt r HOCKEY TEAM DANCE. Program Announced for H. H. S. Hockey Dance Feb. 17. The dance to be given by the hockey team of the Houghton hi-h school at the Auiphidroine hall on Friday, Feb ruary 17, promises to be a very sue-oe.-Miul affair. Invitations have been sent to the hockey teams .Hid the Stu dents of other high schools and the re. polls from these sources lead the lia mb. is of the Moliuhton team to be lieve that the dance will take on an in ters, ho'a - t ic aspec t. The (jiiincy or chestra win furnish music and the 'i ineimr will b gin at S:::o o'clock. The p'o,;raio for the dance is given hete- 111 as follow s. Walt. -Pol. lire." Two Step, Hand, Hand, Pand." Waltz. 'W hat is the World Without Voil." Two Sbp, - v()n-t J,,. Hunie till Aomist." Waltz, ' 'iribii ibum." Two step, -1 11 Make a King Around Ib.Sle." Waltz. -Iiruid's Prayer." Two Step, "Shuffles and Taps." Wait.. -Ties Jolie." Two step. -Any body Here Seen K1 ley." Waltz. "Oh You Dream." Two Step, "Mary. Wou'rc. a Pig f'lrl Now." Waltz, "Kvcning Star." Two Step, "ioinc Around My Man ily ." Waltz. "Vera VioUtta." Two Step, "Myrella." Kxtras: Waltz. "Pallus." Two Step, "Victorious Phalanx." Waltz, "Pruderb in Fein." Two step, "Wedding Falls. " P.-sides these nuiiibirs thire will be two extra extras: The original Hye and Marigold, a three Hti p, J selections In all. W. J. Smith of Oreen Pay, roa ' a -'eut for the Wells-1 N.i : o Kxpress company, is registered at the Doug las lloue. H.nry Krellvvitz of West Houghton was pleasantly surprised at his home last evi nin- by a party of I'.x. Cards were played during the eveiiinft. Nel.s o. l lodin ..f the Iake Shore Rnsine Works at .Mar.piette and In Mirance Adjustor W. S. Wright, ulso ef I.M iruuette, a.e in Houghton on buslnesv. .Marriage li enses were l -su. d by County '. rk Kals. r this niornin;: to William J. i.Mi.ht and c-t.irah (Jranpr of Kenton and to John A. Alio and Ida. M. Sab., both of Hanco..k. i Mr. aril Mis. Albert Mast'" or Chi cago who b.ie be n vi-itii!;.: this wo i; ! H the homo of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred ! Myers ..f Douglass street, will re- j tUIII to I! eh- iH.i.ie al 'bica(. i.ul Sunday. Mrs. Master is a sister of Mrs. My.-rs of ll.umiitori and is in the tlaatrical business with h.r h 11 .-band. Miss Kath.rine p..st left yesterday afternoon f,,r Ann Arbor to visit friends for a short time. A marriage license was issued yes- The younjf ladlea of St. Ignatius church will Klve carJ l'rty 1,1 t" parish hall next Tuesday nlKht, Val entines' day. The names will be pedru and 100. Charles J. Webb of Calumet, filed his naturalization application yester day at the county chrk'n office. He la a native of Sweden and has lived in the Pnite.l tates since 1ST:'. Several bta were placed on the Por tage ltke hockey team yesterday af ternoon when they b ft for Chicano. The results of the n-mc are watched with Interest here. Mrs. on.i A. Myers of l.aurlum is t n.pot arilv .iirn: as solicitor for 1; I W ill Farm in the Calumct-I.atir- i ti 111 .iistrict. d.irin.sr the absence through KImc of Mrs. McNabb. li. 1. Ki.'c'in. i.olu.T of the KelloKK : sanitarium at Cattle I'reek, who I rout;!.! an limine patient back to Hc-uthioii this wk. returned Wed ncsday evening to p.tt tie i'reek. Mrs. William Snovvdeii of Dode vill.'. iir Kiwiia an operation lor ap p ndiv itit at St. J-s. pi.'s hospital yes- t.i.'av. The .ration wis success ful and her .-pec.ly icvovery Is looked f.-r. (bor.ee A. tlamble. manaRcr of the Pore Maruiiette- P. hifch Valley Idne of P.ufTalo, X. Y. and K. H. Powell. Mil fwaukee aseiit for the line, are vlsltlns I the copper country this week on rail I road business. j Hancock District Manager E. If. F:p ' person of the Xational Cash Register 'company left yesterday for Minneap olis, and K. V. Kussell, manager of jthe Duluth district, returned home yes ' terday after a business visit of three days to the local territory. I The council meeting vvliVh was to I have been held la.t eenlng to set the date fop the village caucus, was In dcMidtely pn-dpor.cd becausu pome of tho niem1)cr.s were unn'ile to be pres ent. Action may also be taken when the trustees get together In regard to the installation of the Preston system ef keeping the village accounts. The applications tor naturalization were posted this morning In County Cluk Kaiser's olbce to be heard at the May term of court. The first was th tt of Antonio (.'ius'i'pe Carbonntto of Pnurium, who arrived at the port of New York from Paly in PliS, and the other of (Jeorge Foster of Demriion, n Canadian who landed at Port Huron ir. Ft;:;. At the meeth:; of the llonghtop county ibonrd of sfipervisot s to 1m held Tuesd ay morning. It Is likely that representative of the promoters of the "the 'Fpper Peninsula Publicity hague, which Is to hold a convention at 'Menominee, February 21, will wait upon tlo boird and ask that a dele gate to' t.bo convention be appointed to r' prc ent Hon lit. 11 c ounty. The rem;. ins of the l ite Mrs. P. Kor an i f Duluth. who died in that city Welti .-.lay, wire brought to Hoa'n ton this morning and taken to the home of the mother of thy deceased, Mm. William All n, IMontei-.uina and Do d.re 8 1 reef-. The Itllleial will be held tomorrow afternoon from the Ti irity church and tin? remains v. Ill be Intirred at Forest Hill. Mr, Doran and John A. Doran, his :on, ae. om lanle.' the body from Duluth. Miss I.ydia Pretl of the ICast Hough ton School will have charge of the ttory hour at the Houghton public li brary tomorrow afternoon. The sub ject of her Htorlea will be Abraham Uncoln. whose birthday, February F. ia now a legal holiday in Michigan. The postoffic e has received official notice of 11 change lu time table of Chlcn&o trains and will begin on Mon day making up mails in accordance with the change. Chicago malla will, I chinning w ith next Monday, arrive un hour later and leave an hour earlier dally. Mra. Paul Humph und Mn. Chester Stroud accumpanied the Portage Lake hockey team on its Chicago trip yes terday afternoon. Th two ladies aro sisters, one being the wife of Paul Humph of the Chicago team and the other the wife of Cheater Stroud, cen ter of the portage Lake team. Mystic lodge, I. O. O. F. of Hancock will give a skating and dancing party at the Amphl.lrome this evening. The (Julncy band will furnish music for the skating while Kllngkammer's orches tra will furnish music for the dancers. Supper will be served about 10 or 11 o'clock In the dining room of the Am phidrome and a good time is assured all who attend. (Additional Houghton on Page 5.) "AHouse of Merit" WESTERN 7 .1 V Breakfast Trj st Oraaaff es (tC? a Luscious Tree-Ripened Fniii 11 ' r 1 Bumcit"3i to l.i.'w mat oranci aro VltH the ruost healthful of r.!l fr.tita. It h ruito c.3 imnortant to know tho haul of oranccn that era rr.ont he.ilthfe.l n:irl most t-inhitnhlu. Thn viri fincEt California oranvrori aro now naclrcduntlertue label "Spnki.'.t." l'lcar.o servo tiunkiEt" craneca (it breakfast tomorrow anil learn tho superiority of tree-ripened, seedlesn, (ibcrlocs oranca over t'ua cornmouplaco kind. Uon'l fail U save the ivrahhcrs. There ia so much "4mcnt"' and nourishment fa "Sunkist" oranges and so little waste that, In addi tion to their extra fmo llavor nnd ,Toodnccj, they arj really the most economical oraacj to buy. "Sunkist" Lemons Juiciest I-tmons differ as much a ornnrr s. Pithy, thick-skinned lemons contain very littlu Juice. Von wnsto nion'.y when you ouy 010m. i-ioao as ior .Minr.!?.r i..?r.:on nnl nolo how uniformly ound ench ono u. uud vvlit a ba.uli peruunt- 'Q is (Kin una iiucr. Get This Valuable Oranrjo Spoon Save 12 "SnnUlst" orutirro (or lemon) vrappcr MPfS unit mnJ Ilium to us.wuli 1.1 cett:s to p.iv cliarjcs, rmUin.cto.,Htid we will present you w ith a genu. ,AS. Ino Kovert Orango Spoon, of boHiiiiinl design and munest quality, licitm tavin? wninM-r tod:iy. If VtA u ui.-i.uo iiiuir until oiiu, utiii.j 1. rtunKlsl wrap pert and li cents (or each additional moiii. In rnmit. ting, please send one-cent stamp when the amount U lesi than il cents; on amounts above ZX cent, we prefer money orur express oruer or name uralt. imn t Bond rash. We will bo tlaJ to send you complete list of valuable premium . H't honor both Sunkist and "Red Liall" wrappers (or premiunit. (vj California Fruit Growers' Exchano 34 Clark Street Chicacro. Ill a-i v. I 1 1 111 ill m DRAMATIC Features Today Aud. Crustcr In Spot Light and Illustrated SONGS MATINEE EVERY DAY AT 2:30 5 C -ADMISSION -10c " -Jii DON'T LIKE THE LAW. Old Scldiert Opposed to Measure Ex erupting Seme From Taxation. Tint th. ohl Hf.hlhru throughout th.. xt;it. do pot like hr present law v hi h t ri.i.tM ii portion of th lr num h r from tuxation umPt riTtaln con- lit i.niM. j.4 th.- opinion ,,f wveriil of tho roiprvixora who nro In Ifin.ilri(f iit ttii.llH th.- innii;i mei.tlnir rf tho hition of Sup rvlnor. An fl .rt . rniolo to mfiir. tho nn. of a resolution ivhl h will link iH-riod as l.ydi.a 11. J'inkh.wn's V irt;-! h" l ii' t ur. ti repmi thin la-. table Compotllld. ' Th. r.l.I ,,,l, r on hth Hi.'.ef, of If you v oubl IIUp seri;il :i1v!ro ,f"""" nro !'" " " nlHMlt your 4':isi vrlt' :n-ii(ilrn-1 r"i,v '' uj.ervlHor.. " hone who tial h'ttop to Irs. I'irikllUlll. Jit hive pn...r(y vnl.l.-l fit lexx thiiu II. as. 1IT Jl(lilc; i. IrCCj -I" r thnt it mnkeM i;iiii'th of tl.erti UUd alVUl IJCliiflll. t t from taxation. 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TELEPHONE NORTH 41. rr Get a SOUVENIR FROM OUR WASH GOODS SECTION To every jn-rnon vlnit irifT our VVokIi Ooodn Dp i ..rtmrnt we will Klve trve ot charge n l.oll of cot ton In its natural Htnte, alf nonne cotton whliii may oo planted aim grown ai fordlng n opportunity to ne the cot ton . plant whllo It Is growing, Very lnUretlnr lo ncnooi chlldren nnd grown Hps as well. ILLED SAVING ON MUSICAL GOODS of EVERY KIP i - ---. , - r. F ".1 K iiWiRSjaggrg yw ttmxzxivTVn lte.luctions range from $:,3 to $237 on the rplcndld pianos Inclu.led In this inventory sale stock. Is It to be wondered at that buyers t flock to our store that all who Investigate quic kly decide to buy? We offer you wide variety from which to choose KTKINWAY, ('ItlN'XKIJj IlUOH. (our own make), HOHM VAX, WIXl.MAN ST1HI- usa, t-Hoxixor.n. smith & harnks, mkxdhlssoii.v, IIUXTIXdTOX. etc. In our great Btock you will nnd Just such an Instrument ns you have In mind to purchase you cannot ever hope to obtain at a lower price or more, liberal terms. Hack of every Instrument is the guarantee of this old, established House. liar's !i t seed Our Free Exchange Proposition gives you a whole year's trial of the piano In your own home and should, you wish to exchange within that time, you may di so without the losa of a single cent ... ....... t t, UWII, anu, i, etc. monthly make possession easy for every family. If desired, we will lie glad to arrange quarterly payments. stoo and Irape free with each Instrument. f,0c to Jl weekly pas for a S,,uare Piano or Organ. See these Instruments and note our prices-you will find it decid edly to your Interest to take prompt advantage of this rare bargain event. Exfraordinay Values in Player-Pianos iPiano-Players rI,nor,i;JiaVna "unt T' W'nk 1,9 molo(,I('s lth one of these fine Plano-PIayers. Or, If without A wo i ,,J , o,,.?"Un ' y "Vk'nB ,n nU,8il,a' tra,n,n. a I'l'O er.piano will give you access to the entire , s c v?, n ,? .m,'an9 ? I 'nstruments you. personally can render In perfect manner anything In Violin Outfits $4,75 Up--Guitar Outfits as Low as $5,75 Banjos, Mandolins, Band Instruments, Etc, at Big Discounts, T.1 ... ':"rL""' "?. ' "' orr,.r value. cnK.ll,, , ..B avr iirrn sun rurtlier reduced HI u-i.ll na In li ",r "n". and we uikc everv l,.r.n.ii. i ... .. . . . . ,-., Bell on terms ns low as $1 weekly. i-un. ..,- i. .uunu uus greai caio ni tnc-. an and Foreign. We arc dl- values eiiallcd by no other House. Our as we are determined to make a decisive clearance In this stock Michigan's Leading Music House GRIIlEl BROS Calumet Store 119 fifth st. Hancock Store 307 Quincy St.