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"TUEblMY, FEBRUARY 28, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PAGE THREE 'ARE BOUND OYER ON Hancock Department HANCOCK BRIEFS. HIGHWAY ROBBERY CHARGE REV. JOHN BACK RESIGNS CHURCH PASTORATE HERE Rev. John Puck, pastor of 11k 1 Ian cm k Finnish HvanKe Ileal .Lutheran diiinli on Iti'iei vatlori street, last j,iinla" tendered hi resignation of Hi,' pastorate to tnk flTect in ninety day.-- tlmo. Mr. Hack ha been pas lor ,f the II.iim'tU Finnish Lutheran church lor ihe past fourteen ycarte, having vuc. , to the chaw of Rev. .1. K. Nl- ictlred to take tho presidency Hancock Finnish collide. The served by Mr. Hack U said to the largest I poilsli coiixrcKMlloii In the Fulled States, embracing practi cally all of the lfirtao Lake district, ii.i ludlii;,' Haiuock, Dollar Hay. Ilur i.nti'un. O-kars, Jacobsville, Franklin. Cliaf-t 11 and Quiney. and for this ilbtrirt the pastor of the- Hancock Munich church lias had charge of j.ia thally all of the weddings, , hris teiilnKS and funerals, each of which ;i.lmm -crated an exceedingly large total annually, his labors In these particu lars nurpa--.dn.s those of any ((.;,;icr (.ourtry pastor. CAST OF CHARACTERS EOR KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PlAY kandi of l!'- 1' 1.c other WEDDED THIS MORNING. Miss Margaret Driacoll Becomes Dride of Michael M. Shea. At St. Patrick's convent chapel this morning Miss midget Dtiscoll, daugh ter of Air. und Mrs. Michael Driscoll. became the Pride of Michael M. Shea, one of Hancock's most popular and last known young men, the ceremony helng performed at X:30 o'clock by Rev. T. J. At field, pastor or St. Patrick's church, iu tlio presence of a number of relatives and friends of the con tracting parties The couple were at tended by Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Driscoll. Alter the ceremony wedding breakfast : : 1 reception were held at the bride's home, a:; 1 this afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Slua will leave -for a wedding trip to Chicago, New Orleans, and other southern cities. I'pon their return tlu-y will make their home on Lake av cnue, where Mr. Shea has recently purchased a handsome little home. Mr. Shea has been assistant cashier at the first N'atlonal bank of Hancock for a number of years pat, and has the con fidence and esteem of the people, of Hancock to an enviable! degree, and Icing a native son of Hancock has a wide circle of friends who will extend cordial felicitations and congratula tions to Mr. Shea and his bride. The complete cast of characters for ine i.ouien Hale," the drama to b i-Msenie.j under the auspices of the Hancock Council of the Knights ol t ohunbus. was made public today. It embraces the names of most of those who participated In the production ot "The liclle of Itlchn.ond" last season, but has fewer parts. ther i..i., characters altogether, as follows: i ather o Xeiu, pastor of St. Miehiw.1'- church, New York Ceom i' i-w-r.ai lick Stanley, of Wall street V..r. man I. Starrett. Louisa, wife of Stanley and nice of Father O'Neill-Miss Helen McKernan. J' ranees Marvin, sister of Mrs. Sinn. ley Miss Marine Mndiirsin P.edella (Mrs. (Jrattan) lr. OWetirs housekeeper Lllzabeth Fleming. Nora, her daughter Miss lierthn Maler. Herman Heuser. sexton of St. Mich. ael's P. Scholler. Tom Cochrane, politician and ward boss Leo Duaean Courtney Dale, Union League Club member and man of the world Wil liam 0"Connor. James, a servant Kmmett Dwyer. The play will bo given earlv In Mav at the Kerredge theater. Rehearsals are progressing nicely under the di rection of (3eorge !'. Carroll. WILL GO TO DETROIT. resigned foundry .ls and 'Alfred Coiigdon )is position at the Cleaves lias taken a position with the Metals iJuluctlon company of Detroit of whii h C. J. Hodge, formerly proprietor of the Hodge Iron works at Ripley. a Die bend. Mr. 4'ongd n is one f II incoi k's best known residents, hav ing serv-d the third ward for seven yc.M-K on the city council. He expects to have for Detroit on i.Uarch 1, bis family following later. PRIMARY ELECTION. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS. ALWAYS BUV THE GENUINE Ei MllWw TO MANUFACTURED BY THE LiroRNiA (IgSyrup p SQLD DV ALL LEADING One Size only, so a Bottle BEER BEER GLORIOUS BEER May you always drink as pure ind good a beer as the Calumet. If Vou do you will preserve your health and strength and live many Jays to enjoy It. For Holiday heer there is nothing like the Cal Jinet Deer. CALUMET BREWING GO. Phon 274. The Deluge is Coming Watch tho Papers Voters of Hancock Will Participate in Selection of Candidates. The voters of Hancock will tomor row participate in the nomination by primary election of candidates for cir cuit judge, for which there are five Re publican aspirants and one Democratic. Those seeking the Republican nomina tion are Judge A. T. SStreetcr, Oscar Larson, William J. MacDonald. Wil liam Oalbraith and Joseph I Ham bluer, while Patrick H. o'Urlen has no opposition for the Democratic nomlna. tion. Kach of the Republican aspirants has a large following and no one could accurately predict the outcome of to morrow's balloting. The polls will open nt seven and close at five o'clock. and In Hancock they will be at the fol lowing places. First ward, Kerredge building; second ward, City hall; third ward. Payne's market; fourth ward, Drouin's store. At the city election to 'be held Mon day, April 3. the voters of the city will be given un .onnortunitv to decide whether or not the primary election system shall be further extended so as to take In the nomination of can didates for municipal offices. .The pe tition recently circulated for this pur pose and referred to the city clerk for examination as to the correctness of the list of names In regard to number and eligibility, has been O. K'd. and the proposition will be ballot tod upon at the regular spring election. MEN'S UNION MEETINGS. The men's union meeting held Sun day afternoon at the Portage Lake P.aptist church was well attended. The meeting was the first of a series to be held as the result of a. meeting held recently In Houghton at which the various churches of Hancock and Houghton were represented. The serv ices yesterday were in charge of Rev. C. S. Hrooks and Rev. Maudus Uarrett, of tho Congregational church, gave an address. Next Sunday's meeting will be held nt the Hancock Congregational church and the week following at the fj K. church. ARRANGING FOR BOAT. The excursion committee of Mistle toe lodge, Sons of St. George, expects before the end of the present week to have received definite advices from steamship companies with which nego tiations are In progress, relative to securing a vessel for the proposed ex cursion to Port Arthur in June next. As noon us a boat is assured prepara tions will be completed with all pos sible speed, with the Intent of making the excursion one of the biggest ever sent from the copper country. kI ! S ! J S ! k SAYS QUININE WILL ' NOT BREAK A COLD. 5 5 ! You will distinctly feel your cold breaking and all the Grippe symtoms leaving after taking the very first dose. It Is a positive fact that Papc'a Cold Compound, taken every two hours, un til three consecutive doses are taken, will end the Grippe and break up the most severe cold, either In the head, chest, back, stomach or limbs. It promptly relieves tho most msl crable neuralgia pains, headache, dull ness, head and nose stuffed up, fever Ishness, sneezing, sore throat, running of the nose, mucous catarrhal dis charges, soreness, stiffness and rheu matic twinges. rape's Cold Compound Is the result of three years' research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars and contains no quinine, which we have conclusively demonstrated Is not ef fective In the treatment of colds or grippe. Take this harmless compound ai directed, with the knowledge thai lure Is no other medicine, made any where else In the world, which will cure your sold or end grippe misery os promptly and without any other as sistance or bad after-effects as a 2!i cent package of Papc'a Cold Com pound, which any druggist In the world can urply. An informal dancing part wa giv en last evening In the Kauth hall by the Catholic Order of Foresters. The fire department was summoned at about nine o'clock this morning for a chimney fire on Summit street. Music pupils of John Surbeck are rehearsing for a recital to be given at the Hibernian hall early iu March. Tony Olson and Miss Ida Hakkak alren were married Saturday evening, Judge C. Olivier performing the cere mony. A private dancing party was given last evening at the Hibernian hall for members of the Catholic Order of For esters and their friends. A bowling game has been arranged between tho Calumet Y. M. C. A. team and the Mitchells, to take place on Fri day evening, March 3, at the Mitchell alleys. The 'benefit performance given last evening at the Royal theater for the St. Patrick's Literary and Social Insti tute was a decided success1, the at tendance being large arid the society realizing a considerable sum as their share of the net proc eeds. The next regular meeting of the Hancock lodge of the Order of tho Modern Samaritans, on Thursday evening, will be held at the Odd Fel lows hall In the Masonic building on Hancock street, which will henceforth be the regular meeting place of the society. At the regular meeting of Hancock Division No. 1, Ancient Order of Hi bernians held Sunday it was decided to offer prizes for proficiency In drill to the members of the Hibernian Ritles. The first prize will be five dollars in gold, the Becond a gold medal und there will be other minor prizes. WILL SERVE SIXTY DAYS. Fred Washburn was this morning arraigned before Justice Olivier to an swer a charge of abusing a horse and damaging a cutter preferred by Livery man Charles Kenerson. He was found guilty and In lieu of paying a $25 fine and costs was sentenced to sixty days in the county Jail. It was charged that Washburn yesterday rented a horse from Kenerson to drive to Dollar Itay and that about 1 o'clock this morning the animal was found roam ing about the streets of that village without a driver and the cutter was In a badly damaged condition, whereup on Mr. Kenerson swore out the com plaint. SLEIGH-RIDE DAY. A holiday was given the students of the Hancock Finnish College today, the date being a popular Finnish day known as "Lasklainen" or Slelgh-Rlde lay. The occasion falls on the last day of February and Is observed by the holding of ski runs, slelgh-rldes, snow shoo parties, and other winter diver sions. President Nlkander of the col lego and J. H. Jasberg, together" with their families took a slcighrlde this af ternoon to Atlantic, and a number of other local residents took similar cog nizance of the holiday. LAYING BRICKS. How Scientific Method Raised the Standard of a Day's Work. Thero are now etnluent consulting engineers who are engaged by Indus trial Lends to study their establish ments from top to bottom with n view to finding by scientific study tho meth ods of working, accounting and han dling labor which will Improve on the old traditional habits. Some extraordi nary results have been attained. What scientific management means Is ad mirably Illustrated by the story of bricklaying, as told by nn expert. Ordinarily n brick mason makes eighteen different sets of motions In laying a single brick. He bends over, in tho first place, to pick up one brick, and In lifting It he lifts ten pounds of brick and about n hundred pounds of brick mason the upper part of his own body. In laying 1.000 bricks in n day's work he lifts 100.000 pounds of brick mason. This was nn obvious waste of labor. So n common laborer was hired to put tho bricks where the masons would not have to stoop for thera. Another thing U that when a mason picks up n handmade brick, which Is nlways a little thicker at one side than on the other, he tosses the brick up. turning it over until his touch tells him which side Is Che top before he puts It In place In the wall. The cure for this was to have nil the bricks piled top tip before they were brought to tho masons. Then, further, every one has seen the mason tap his brick several times to settle it Into the mortar more waste of time. The cure was to make the morl.ir thinner, so that tho weight of the brick would set tle it into the right position. This was scientific management, "motion study." It raised tho day's work for the aver age brick mason from 1.000 up to 2,700 bricks n day and In Individual enses to much higher figures. The mason made only six motions where he used to make elghteeu. American Review of Reviews. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our many friends and neigh bors for sympathy and kindness shown us during our recent sad bereavement tho sudden death of our beloved son Clyde. Especially do we thank 11". Herculan and the pastor of St. Mary's church. Red Jacket, the carpenters, surface men and machinists of the Tamarack Mining Co., the employes of tho Tamarack Meat Market and the boy and girl friends of the deceased. Also our many friends for the beau tiful floral offerings, assuring them their kindness will be cherished and will be a lasting remembrance. Christopher Cane and Family, f 23 Tamarack. Leo Ryan, Charles Craze and Quincy Adams, the three ourig men arrested Saturday night or early Sunday morn ing charged with the holding up of Matt Kuparl und John pelto near the No. 2 Hancock shaft, were arraigned yesterday afternoon In Justice I'fun key's court. There wey? two charges entered against each, highway robbery and Intent to commit highway rob bery, the trio having succeeded In get ting money from one of the, men whom they attacked. All pleaded guilty and were hound over in the sum of two thousand dollars each to the next term of circuit court, not furnishing vhich they were remanded to Jail. Pelto appeared In court yesterday with his head bandaged, und from ap pearances he had been pretty badly beaten. He said that the one who had attacked hud held some instrument in his hand, presumably a rock or else brass nuckles. He ami Kuparl, who had been spending the evening together downtown, were walking towards Pcl to's home at Franklin, having missed the street car. Suddenly some one hit him on the back, but lie at first sup posed It to be some acquaintance who had approached unheard and slapped him. This was followed with a hard blow, knocking Pelto to the ground, and a voice cried "Give me your money." in the darkness Pelto suc ceeded In transferring his purse to his shoe and the robber on rifling his pockets got only a small amount. When the men were attacked, both had start ed to run In different directions. Ku- purl, on being assailed, hud protected his head and face by covering them with his coat, which together with his vest was torn to shreds Jjy the high waymen. Kuparl said- he had some money In his vest pocket, but the rob bers failed to get it. SCENES IN FRENCH COURT. Realistically Depicted in "Madame X" at Kerredge This Evening. For the first time in theatrical his tory the methods of a French Court in a capital case are accurately present ed on the stage In Henry W. Savage's production of the celebrated Kuropeun and American dramatic sensation, "Madame X", which Is to be offered to local theatergoers at the Kerredge the ater this evening. The procedure Is in sharpest contrast to which prevails In America. In tho widely discussed last act of this play a woman is brought to the bar on justice on a charge of mur der, and an actual trial takes place as In a Paris courtroom. This thrilling scene Is .said to reach the acme of stage realism. The witnesses are sworn; the lawyers present their pleas ami the Judge charges the, jury exact ly as In the actual Parisian courts. DIVISION IS INSPECTED. Col. Thielman, of , Calumet Witnesses Drill ofNval Reserves. The Hancock division of the Naval Reserves waj given an Inspection yes terday afternoon and evening by Col onel Thielman of Caramel and Cap tain (ioodell of Painesdale. During the afternoon, Colonel Thielman examined the uniform), lockers and dUision quarters in the armory in Germaniu hall, and found everything in excel lent shape. The members of the divi sion were put through infantry and artillery drU on tho Moor of Gciinanla hall last evening In the presence of a large n lumber of Interested specta tors, and afterwards enjoyed a smok er, lunch and social good time in the dining hall downstairs. The Reserves quartette sang a number of songs, and piano and other Instrumental selec tions added to tho entertainment. A number of those present were called upon for addresses. CONTRACT IS AWARDED. August Gauthier to Erect New Thea ter for W. H. Mason. W. II. Mason of Hancock, this morn ing awarded the contract for the erec tion of his new vaudeville and moving picture playhouse to August Gauthier. The structure will be erected opposite the Central high school and will be 35 feet wide by 104 feet long. It will be built of Ripley brick and work will commence on April 1, so that It may be completed by the time of Hancock's home-coming in July. FINED FOR FIGHTING. As the result of their having Involv ed In a disturbance In a saloon on Railroad avenue Saturday night Jack and Joe Polvl and Tony RInaldi wire arrested and arraigned yesterday In Justice Funkey's court. Kach of the trio pleaded guilty to a charge of dis orderly conduct and creating a dis turbance and paid fines and costs amounting to $19.83 apiece. Two of the men had bad cuts on the head re ceived In the fracas, which had requir ed the attention of a surgeon. ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH Although D. D. D. Prescription ha been recognized for years as tho one remedy for Kczcina, Psoriasis, and all other forms of skin diseases. It is n w known that there Is no other wash, even ttuse used iby the beauty spe cialists, that can compare with thi mild liquid for cleansing tho skin er pimples, blackheads, rash ami all sim ilar rk'n affections. For this reason alone, a .bottle ef D. D. D. should be kept on hand In every household. . A trir.l 2.c bottle will show you the merits of this great remedy as a complexion wash. I). D. D. seems to remove the cause, whatever the trouble may ibe. cleans ing the kln, and leaving It as soft, as fmoolh nivd clear as that of u healthy child. Oct ft 2.c bottle today and keep it In the house. "Kagle Drug Stcre. Calumet. T In so ran Fake Out ce on the L of Yo r Kiflsme The successful business man of TODAY is a strong believer in insurance and his busin ess is PROTECTED in every way by insur ance policies, which guarantee against bank ruptcy, in case ot fire, accident, theft and other evils that threaten mercantile safety. Advertising is taking its place under the head of insurance in many business concerns, an insurance really on the life of the business. Few businesses can live without publicity. There are two reasons for advertising: One is to SELL GOODS and the other to establish a GOOD NAME and insure a con tinuance of trade. ADVERTISING IS NEEDED not only to retain old customers, but to secure NEW ONES. A man wishing to do business places a sign in front of his establishment to attract the attntion oiper sons passing that way, and he places an advertisement in the newspapers to attract the attention of persons who would not otherwise pass the. door of his business house. The sign is taken down when a house goes out of business, and an advertisement taken out of a newspaper is equivalent to re moving the sign from the front door. After your business structure is erected strong, secure and well roofed, you may decorate and embellish to your purse's limit, but don't forget that Daily Newspaper advertising is the essential of continued development. It is QUICK, FLEXIBLE. EFFECTIVE and CHEAP ife