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!fr FRIDAY,. APRIL 14, 1911,..
THE CALUMET NEWS. Jage two o 'J N ""Si IUM '(, .", Oi v:. '0 .1 i .A 2?n r -i if- vr ; V 'J Houghton Department U. P. BOOSTERS MEET APRIL 27 ( i EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF DE VELOPMENT ASSOCIATION TO CONVENE IN MAR. QUETTE. Marquette will be, probably on Ap lil L'7, the Wi lli' of tin- most iuipoiiant Halting hi 1.1 ill Connection with tin lip. r l' ninsiiU Devi lopnnnt. assoei.t l.i'u : i- its organization in .M.noiii- J 1 ! ' .MV'T.ll WlfK.H iltV't. 'I'lli' SCSsioll will b. atli-mbd by lint in ihIkt.h of ill-- executive committee, which i -liiscs one mcmhi r fur each county, in,. I it l.s likely Hi. U tho i;r. i t .is, live J.r cuih county, will alsn Ik- invited. The exifiitivo committee will take stock, of the progress already made (mil outline plans lr tin ;i'-.;u sis. pushing of the association ni.' in. nt at sill jioints where it lias shown any t iii m y to hi if. It Is plumed in cunimtii-ri with t li-c- n in it t--M meeting t. arrange fop a dinner that Will he attended hy all tin' visiting olllcials .f tho as-... ! iti..n, members .f tho Marquette t-niiiity hoard of supervisors and otluT gu Hts. At this dinner toasts on several phases t.f tho Subject Will ho responded to, und tlier: w ill In.' u g in rul inter- hungo of ideas. Coincid. nt with the meeting of the executive committee, it is expected that plans to hooin the as sociation in the counties will he out- j lined, Considerable progress has al Jea.ly heen made along this line, hut tho work is not yet as forward in Mar uetto us it is in somo t.f the other I on nth s. Tho officers of tho association are uell pleased with the j.r. ;r. s.s that, tiny liiun made the past jYw w..!.s. 1 In several counties the assoi iulioii has tho endorsement of the hoards of s ; i . - rvlsor.s and the assurance of mat-rial linancial aid. In other counties where Ju st there seemed to he a spirit of in- ; difference Interest is being arouse. I, and tlio association's work will s-lx-rt-ly have strong support. There is n . tlotil)t that ultimately th" si; pi r i.-. rs ff every county In the upper peninsula V. ill endorse the movement, and finan cial aid to further tnds Is exacted from most of them. Tlio association has nn unusually ac- ii WOULD CREATE NEW TOWNSHIP OTTER LAKE FARMERS THREAT EN SECESSION FROM POR TAGE. MEETING CALLED FOR NEXT WEEK. day s-i kin u; ,,S to Hie h necessary JoMnah The main r of son for Hie thi. the farnn i-s have direct hig'ivvay t Lake is tldrle. n ret line. At pre ll a.U ice ill th t vjay to pr matter and the ds is til 'live president. Thornton A. (ileell of J Ontonagon, who tills that office, and ! who will attend the Maniuette mett Jin.', has Let n worklnj; lu and out of Mason to get the county's ii Kaniza. tions undtr way. lie is a man of un hoilnded enthusiasm, u strom; pclievir ia tho po.-sihiliticS for di Veisil'ad lle- Kelopimnt in the upp. r peninsula, and !iu the value of the movt iiivnt the as solatloii is jdanned to ploinole. The '(ulillcily hureau of the ass.. elation, of jwhl.-h '. I'. Knox (,r the Soo is thair ioan, is also in active working order, land is seii.lui to the pios much in ! lei', slim; mailer lil itili.; to the possi- hiliii. s i..r developiin nt iii this lenion. The dinner to he t;icn when the executive cmiMIIUf IS 111 .iai.lleiie ! sill he lili. h r Hie ansphes of the t'olu i iia rcial t'lnh and I'resi. lent Jopl i has i appointed a eoinmittte to liae charge of the arrangements, i PRAISES CONCERT COMPANY, i . ' Samue! Lamberson, Well Known Pi anist, Tells of Performance. A. K. .('ox, Houghton manam r for the s;t. l'aul Symphony Orchestra, . hi.-h will appear in the Kcrre.Uo and Calumet theatres May Ja and ol, re spectively .has leccived a coin III II ll ica -tioii lioin Samuel laiiiln'i'snii, instruc tor at the i'arj;.. Conservatory of Mus. h in which the company is liilily praised. The eompany appeared in that city .Man h ol and April 1. Mr. I.anihersoll Will he rt'llielllht red hy t oj.pi r country music lovers as the ! ianist who api.eared with the Krncst Camhlu Concert company which has heen iti the coppt r country on two oc casions. Mr. Lamhers-.m writs very favora l.ly of tin; fr-inifinir of Madame Koth- i w ( ll-W'olfe, stating that her work Is.have many times discussed the suh Wondcrful and that slie ossesses a'jeet and tried to Kecure action on the vry hrilliant and musical voice. The ; matter. They cannot understand the quartet is excellent and their ensem- j reason for the Iiniorinif of the wants hi work beyond reproach. The ipiar-jof the (Hti-r Iako f iri.u rs hy the l'or t. t is composed of the following sinf- . taae tow nship hoard. its: Mine. oiendoilY soj. ratio; Mine. 1 lie treatment accorded th lected hy Otter Lake farmers for the liara;a creatnery. Mr. Kairy states that the fanit is of Otter Lake are now pavlu money into the townslilp treas ury without Kitting; any return what ever iu t"t' way of road. The money necessary to the building of such a road would not amount to very inucli As only a rmull part of the country need ho cleared. Ciilesa Portage township will Rive the Otter Lake district relief In the way of ood roads to the II market they will secede, if the heard permits, and will then spt nd their own money for roads which arc decay was the lotiir illness. Senile iduse of his demise. M. IraiiMT whs ht-rn ut Harrle, Out., and when uhmit twenty years tr line he canto to tho copper country, a'eptintf a position as clerk at the old Minnesota mine, loiter ho came to Houghton and for about twenty jcars illhil a position as clerk at the Huron mine. When llii mine was closed do, vii lu- retired from active life and fo- some rnis lived at IMroit. uvhton i He leturned to Houghton ahout ten county ! years iii'.i and to. k up his residence In K.ist 1 louniitoli. Three chihiren. (Seorno. Mr. Louis iavl and M-s Josephine Kurvive hii.i. N" atrunKemeiiU have heen nia.ie lor the funeral '. evvlct s no far. her of yoiins men will hein practle-ulay cvenlnf at 8 o'clock. lUiieah hitf next wft li. It 1 thought that tho! monts will he tervod by the ladle of same can he made poi-ultir in tho c j-the Trinity church (Julld and all mem pir country this year und for the pur- bors are Invited to bo iircsent. This pose oi' introdui lay the sport exhihl-1 w ill be tho first formal social presenta tions mati lies will bo jjlvon as soon'tion of Hector and Mm. Cross to the INSPECTORS ARRIVE. The farmers i whit is known as So necessary to their prosperity and to; the otter like 111 ti irt are Uneaten- ! their very existence. Tho Otter Like inr to accede in. iii I'oi taee townsli ip farmers MiU Us k tlio county hoard to ' and form a township of their own he- j create a new ownership of the otter i cause of allcu. uiilalr rfat nieiit re- (ke district, which will include the i ceived at the fl uids of Hie jwtajjc lake ami one .surveyed township, Zti lovvnship hoard A meeting has heen j .square miles, lu this area are imw , sjava Inspection Board Arrives to In called for thelirst of next week for;i,,ort. than 1 no families. Tin re are Til i spect the Yantic. the. purpose .4 inuhiiiif a petition to. voters in tlio prtiluet hut this does the I loiiy.htoii 'county hoard for a sep- ,,,,( indicate the iiiimlx r of families ..rate lo.Miskip. Albert Kan y of Klo, ! ay many of them are not citia ns. .New one of (lie inf.st inUiiential l iine rs of j f;,m i ies are coming ill every week and the district, was iii HoimhtoTi yester-'the district Is vast l.ecomlnif settled. as the lloushtou boys have become familiar with It. Instructor J'.urku etates that tho rule of tho name will necessarily have to be very flrlot bocause of the hard ness of tho floor and tho treacherous nature of the skates, but Kevt-n men will play on a tide and a lacnwHo ball will ho used in place of the pu-.-k. The Kimo llliejy will a fiord nioro anniso mciit to tho spectators than a anio on li". HOUGHTON BREVITIES. teal rea- S'eeession 11 S is desired a hlon. Otter i i lis away in a di nt the la i nn is have II. Within the past ilies came froni on land recently Week two law falil- lluncock and selll.d purchased. Tin to come to Houghton by way of ('has- , in... sell, a distance of -'I miles. The utter i Chi Lake distrii t is one of the best fann ing districts in the country. It is rap idly heciniiiL,' fettled with I'innish farmers who are progressive and in dustrious. U I the contention nf Mr. Karry that these farmers will make j;.ivl farms of their lands if ;;ivcn the proper encourage uic nt and an outlet to a mark t. At present their market is Parana but they consider Houghton a l etter m.'irktt. Houghton pe...le con- DETECTIVE HERE AGAIN. Officer James Kerr is in Houghton on Kobecker Case. arrival here yesterday after- of Detective James Kerr i f the iio iiolieo force, adds new inter est to the Kobecker case, Mr. Kerr says he will await Instructions from the Chicago district uttormy, stating that ho does not know what further steps will be taken against the Jewelry man. Mr. Kerr was in IloiiRhton l ist week for the purposo of extraditing Kobeck er to Chicano on the i liaise of larceny by bailee, which effort failed at Lms ink'. lie then returned t Chicago, but The board of inspection, Inventory and appraisal of the Culled States' naval vesHels asslKiied to stations with the naval militia east of tho Mlsslss-j ippl, arrived in lloimhtoii yesterday j to Inspect tho C S. S. Yantic. Tho i hoard consists of Commander YV. W. ' White, Naval Constructor 1). C. Nut tinjr. Assistant I'aymaster I'. 10. Me-j Mila n of tho I nlted States navy, and A. K. Mechen, civilian recorder. Tho board will hnve Ilonohton to niulit for Dululh for the purpose of inspecting tho (Jopher and from there will k to Chicago and tho South. Th tour Includes twenty-two stations on the great lakes, the Mississippi riv er, tho gulf and the Atlantic coast, about C.'hm) miles of travel. PRQPERTY TO DE SOLD. shier that they are entitled to the bust-! wuH sent back lu re. Mr. Kerr is de I ess of the Otter Lake farmers and ! lighted with the cojiper country, rel ishing the change, dt nies Lansing, attempting as recently I iarnholt, contralto; Ceorge Harris, t nor; ih-orgrt Champlain, baritone. The solo work of Mine, oreinlorff and Mr. Harris made u special impression on the J-'argo audit-nee. Mr. Ijimher soii stales that it would be Impossible to jmt in language tho praise due the . oinpany f 1 1 il that tho copper country v. ill he given a treat at tho appearance i l tho company here. Lake farmers 1 y the hoard, another i onnty i we the farmers any Otter llaraca county which does not assistance, Is Joseph Creciihaf of Toronto, Out., s arrived in Houghton to attend his .tli. r's funeral. vastly different us contrasted by Mr. Karry. That county apprec iates the business to bo gotten out of the Otter Like district and last year built a road to the Otter river and spanned the river with an iron bridge. This provides the Otter Lake farmers with a decent road to the liaraga market. I'urthermore, the I!arat;a county busi nessmen have arranged to transport by rail free from Pelkie all cream col- Mr. Kobecker suicide while in reported. Sheriff JSyors returned yesterday from Lansing where ho had gone with Kobecker. W'hilo there he looked in to tho proposition of the American Handle Company, to place a hard wood factory in Houghton, lit thinks Houghton probably will get tho factory. HOUGHTON PIONEER DIES. Alex Receivers fcr Ontonagon Lumber and Cedar Company Here. !'. J. Oarhain and Ibnier S. John son of O.iand iraj'i.ls, .f the Michigan Trust company of that place, receivers for the Ontonagon Lumber and Cedar toaipany of Onton:i'on. were In Houghton this niornii g on their way to draml" Lapids from Ontonagon, where they ha 1 gf.no on business con nected with tho company. The receiv er." announce that the company will stall tho mill running next week ami that tho affairs of the company will he wound up. on June 1 In C.rand Uap les, when the I'nitcd States couit will sell the property. ROLLER HOCKEY TEAM. Loranrjer Passes Away at Age of 7?- Yrfe. -Alex L u'angiT, a veil; 7S yea'i's, 'ifn.f of the pi . liter e-ide:itt of tni".i'ojij.cr J country passe,; away at his home in Last Houghton this morning al ter a I : il .. Club Bei.oq Formed at Amphiclrome To Give Exhibition Gpmes. A hockey team Is being organized nt the Amphidrome In Houghton by In structor itui-ko. Uopnhir k" hockey will :o played on roller skates and the regular ho: key sticks w ill be used. club Is being organized an 1 a num- II. 15. Lang returned yesterday from n business trip to Chicago. (Jeorgo Desltochem of Montreal, Wis., is hero to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorgo Dos Itocheis, over Luster Sunday. N. X. Cowdiiek, observer at the weather station, addressed tho farm er's institute on meteorological mat ters jesterday at Cliasscll. Tho first boat for Houghton will leave Chicago Monday, lie permitt ing, according to advices received by Agent 11. S. iiuike of tho Chicago & Ouluth line. Agent Lergiuiid has received an nouncements of tlio first sailings of tho Western Transit company steamers. Tho first boats will leave eastern and western ports next Monday night if he conditions ptiinit. Messrs. Henry Nis ker, A. M. Mc Donald and Irving J. Shit Ids have been appointed as a committee by the I'nitcd Spanish War Vcti runs to plan tho departure day bamiuet which un doubtedly will bo. held at tho loug lass House the night of April 2.1. Pilgrim Indue of Odd Fellows yes terday moved from Its old homo in tho llartman block to Its new quarters In tho splendid Odd Fellows temple just completed at Slu lden and Dakotah streets. The lodge has been organized since August IS, 1S'J!I and has virtually lived its life of twelve years In tho llartman building. Tho formal opening of tho Star theatre, which is being built on the Karkeek property on Sheldon street, near Dakotah, will bo held May 1, ac cording to tlio expectations of S. L, Phillips, tho proprietor. Tho theatre will be opened as a straight moving pLtuic house but later may offer vaudeville. A reception will bo tendered Hev. William Hood Cross, tho new rector of Trinity church ,and Mrs. Cross, Mon- peoplo of the Trinity congregation Bine their arrival in Houghton. August Sundberg of Senora, l.Yt hil ls n business visitor In llouphton to ds y. Oeorge and Ml Gladys Ilooppr and Miss Ilea trice Dodgo of Victoria, MUh., aro lsiting frlinds in Hough ton. l K. Helm of lisoanaha Is in Houghton on buslne: this week. Thomas W. Conday, traveling a1) senger aguit of tho Santa IV line, i.-lted tho railway offices of Hough ton j es e. day. (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin will h ave II u;;hton tomorrow afternoon for Oci.nto, Wis. At.rs ..Martin will re main with her parents at Oconto and Mr. Martin v. li continue lo Denver, Colo., wheie he will locate. Mr. Mar tin has been connected with tho Twin City Su ply company of Houghton for many years as foreman. Ho has not decided on the work he will take up at Denver. Ho will bo Joined by hl-4 wife later. A young man giving- Ids name as Ray Conway was foam guilty of a charge of assault and battery in Jus tice Little's court yr t rday afternoon and fined J.S.7."i wlih an alternative of :ai days in the county Jail. Conway paid the .'lie. The charge was pre ferred by two Hancock young ni"n who were assaulted by Conway on thfir way from Hancock to Hough loi:. . A Dutchman, addressing his dog, said: "My dog, you have a R.iinap. You vus only a dog mid 1 vas a man, but I vish I vas yon. Vmi offcry vny haf do best of It. Von you go mit do bed Jn ou shu.' t tin n around throe times und lay ihnvn. Von 1 go mit tie lad In 1 haf to halt up do blacc und vind up do clock, und put do cat out ami undress nilmself ur.d my ;i'n rp und scholds mo; den do baby cries, und I valk him up und down; den may bo yen I schust go to sleep Its time to gt t up again. Von you get up you stretch yourself tmd scratch a couple of times und you vas up"; I haf to light do fire, put do kettle on. scrap mit mine vile already und may be got some i breakfast. You blay around all day und half blenty fun. 1 voik ail day und haf blenty trouble. Von you die you's dead; von I die I haf to gc to hell yet." Stag Shooting In Scotland. About 4,400 stag3 r.re killed annually Dn the moors of KfcnUand, Men's y V t V t f V f y V : y y V t V t y v y t y y y y f y V y V y y y . f y y y y y TlLL'jlMiiMCTlN ire c I islve a-' l.ls r. bra ml ol I for ell kn. carr.v a lull Inn- of Hi in ia' . or lailioii in oat. h' . I !: r a ml gun m.-ial, per J '. s 1.00 msjJ J y Co-cart with vvyiVT jj"' V si.3 y - V For your Baby's summer comfort Collapsible one motion f o-eart, with ru) her tires. A ?.-.(u value mir Collapsibh hoo.l youv noe iveeas Can be hot the leach ..r all. Willi- thall other 111 plied Pel'. Stvl. weal al pr It l,ii. vv il Inn belter Ir.f.t M t.S Soft Sole shoe-', al Inf.. ids' hard sole H..,. ; i Children's si. nfi with vv P Childreii's shoes' s ix"J .". to II f'.r lin.r. moii .lor: 10f .ml " In el Children's lac livht and M iss Iidl and a y h... - s' Stvlish lot of ladies' s' doiigola si i s' bili graih all and cloth values at ll b :ii', ;i cry i in .--y r li'iiton. $ in il.'irjola, ." and y.',.'. ,; C7r 75r St) SI .01) II. l:l.i. k. dong. i a. 551.00 ,si.:;r si.oo $i.7r --.SLriO s.oo alher patent h AiiT Giidren's and Misses9 Dresses i I I I I if. L 4 Children's made of chambray, years, -lored good qu Sizes- C t drcs -ic s Illy i) T I- Misses' dresses l' sl( to 'JO jiulM, Made wasiiai.lo percale 1 I rid 14 of and filiinha-n. Dainty s::.5o. styh to mm Ow Stock ol fi IWen's (Slothing for this season comprises a greater variety of styles and patterns than we have ever shown in the past. Priced Temptingly Low --a chance for a Good Saving MEN'S SUITS. Come In "blue and fancy sorgo nt (5S ti-i MEN'S GRAY AND FANCY WORSTED SUITS at JjvS.0 DIG VARIETY OF MEN'S SUITS In tho latest mil gtvle ami Lest values ever SI 0.00 GRADE SUITS" In mixed " ray. A suit that cannot bo si:i.5o MEN'S "UP-TO-DATE" SUITS. Tho kind vmi m.v J on r,.r sin.oo n.i sw.zo patems offered blue serge, brown and g.ay. SEVERAL STYLES OF "HIGH goods, blue si rue, brown ami matched for the price of Fancy otrlpo ofTcvts at per suit The well dressed woman pays much attention to her oats and Skirts Wo show a big variety of Misses' and Ladies' o Is stylish ami this season's mod 1. In all up-to-date brown and blue serges. Fricos range fnun nts. L'vory one weaves, in tan, Boys9 Clothing at Matchless Prices I Soy's Knlcke rhock'cr suits In fancy brow n ' mixed goods, Vllit 81.75 LoyV Norfolk Suits, sles 4 to 10, all wool cheviots, " 812.50 Hoy's plain blue serge suits, Norfolk stylo, 10. $2.j0 value. Our j. rice ..' l:oy s suits, ize 4 to 17 b! select from at s'zos 4 to 81.05 assortment of styles to 82.05 m to s ,)5 16 in. COTTON TOWFLING, per yd.. APRON GINGHAM, r yd UMBRELLAS 75 value, Special wild. lat, cadi they ..Hie :joc 16-in. ECONOMY CRASH, AMERICAN PRINTS, per yd. .. LACE CURTAINS, 2i yds. long, kind, per yd.. per pair. 5c 5c 19 3? &&r $8.75 $16.50 Misses' Coats In light and daik mixed good-, at 80.50 S7.50 80.50 810.00 Craveroiie "Rain rroof" Coals Dress 810.00 NMrls. medium 82.05 Voile Shirts, fully worth ').oo 80.50 Other good values range In price rro", S2.95 to S7.50 We carry Misses' Skirts In all sizes, I,,,m " 82.05 I-idies' black "eight at . Ladl Our price up Dress Goods In a wonderful array 'of colors. Suesln and Iris Silks in black, blue, brown and tan. SUrlpcd and cross iar washable mu.lln. nt per yd Wa'hablo "A. L. C." Dros Wash fabrics In corded Voile, yd Oinghams, yd 27 lnc lies wide, 0c 12' :ioo it 10 y t r ? ? V f ? ? r Y ? V ? ? V ? V ? y t T ? Y f y y y y y y y y y ? y laru .. i, in uesigns, nt per yd 10