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FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
, THE CALUMET NEWS. 1 PAGE THREE 7 Hancock Department GRAND SECTION IN CONVENTION fcl'"t tool; ,u. tlii . DELEGATES OF JUNIOR TEMPLE OF HONOR MEET AT ELKS TEMPLE IN ANNUAL CONVENTION. Tli v( the 1 .1.- of Mute wvcnttM-iitli Kiainl Hi-.iii Honor aiitl of Mlilii;:;iu nnnii.il coin nti,,n ' Jiininr 'iVin 'J'finiK ra ik ,r tin Mas in .-.'ssioii I,, Jlamock Mn.l.iy altin.i iii ami evening ami again thin nioriiliiK, n,,. int-tin- taking ,lacc ;it tin- Kiu Tiinj.lv. Hi.- ih- f whi.li was iotir (coiislv xhlltli'il iy tlt. Th ! ww il li i-at. s iirt .sciit rroni um ial of th t. iv, ns i.f uj.i. r Ml. ,. an Iniln.liiiK, Willmi Sod.ly i,f mint; Arthur .laiolifam, llamock: Tlminas Trcvvnrtna of Ooiivo,; Di.iiI. s All. n of I'iiin. H.lal.'; It,. Ku ' i.ici' .if Haltiv ami !uv .sinmm of M..iiuk. K. lx.rls vn r.-a.l fr un th. n.- r.--tary, trca-anvr and nthtr cifllit-rH and tin- lilillll.il Vtlol i.f otllr.rs to HtlV.' lr tUf t-n.iiiinK year took plait-, r.- J'llltlil); Uii follows: l'ast jj;iai'. Oov.rmir V. J. Mitih ll, Calumet. Jran,l governor Joseph Oliyn.iw eth Jr., I'ainesilalo. Craml vivo governor Il.rt 1'iixe, Ham o. k. !raril I .ritl.r Thomas Riiliaiii Catmint. -As.l.vtant r.ioiil.r Itoy Kimon-, :Molia k. Jraml usher Thomas Tivwnrtha, Jroiiu ooil. (Iraml treasurer Hoy Kmta Hal-t'-. (Jiaml sentinel Charles lliiihan, Pal tic-. 5ran,l hai'lain Arthur Jai 'hson, llam .K k. Tho Hancoc k portion hail the lionor of winning t In banner offered ns n prize bv the grand section for tiie largest im rea. e In im-tnliership dur ing the year, it added members num bering nineteen, bringing the total membership to fi7. The afternoon nesslon ad. urned at live o'clock for supper and the con vention reconvened at seven o'clock for the Installation of the new officers. The llnal Morning. Tills .ift..i.. i. ,. , " "' orunil Temple of ' mple ot U ,,,r "I" Hillg session of Its " miii i,e meetings Ibis evening ,',nd tomorrow illuming. "ted and other transacted being ' " m, mcmi.ciN of ((. Columbia and Junior temple of Hancock. Mill hold the invention, and Otlicels will )(. important business The visiting it, I. .....i. .u ..... llteltain.il dtlliliL' II, .ir TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. 'g HANCOCK ALUMNI REUNION TO BE lit LO ON JULY 21 DETAILS ARRANGED AT MEET ING OF ASSOCIATION. Trip At to White City and Whita Dinner Will D Features. Fish Rally in Copper Country Today and Tomorrow. The Copper Country Tcmp.iHnce h'asue, compiisiiig the several Hnnlsli temper., nee Societies of the .list rift. 'I. i.v bev.an a two days' convention md rally in Hancock, the cnvenllon h. ginning it ; .-e-sions at ten ..-. lock this morning at the Finnish North Star temperance U1 ,,,, p.eservation street. Delegates were in all Mom a dozen or more societies nniijol the business transacted consisted ..fj eiecu.,i, .r i, liners, nnd dbvussioii relative to temperance work In the county. Tomorrow afternoon, a big temper ance rally will take place at th. Man. to.k driving park, at which th.re will be music by the Finnish bands of Houghton county, selections! by four or live of the Finnish sinning societies, and addresses by Dr. W. If. Hodge, maor of Hancock. Kev, W. K. Mar vin, J. H. Jasberg. J,.v. Kus.-I. Fli .Meiljarxi and others. t meeting of the Hancock llitll School Alumni assoclatlm. held last evening, Fiidav. July :', Mai s. et ted as the date for the alumni reunion to be b.bl at toe time of the Hancock home-coming cel. Iiiation, provided ar rangements can be mai'e for securing a boat on that da te. Jt U planned to charter tiie sleauier International for a trip to the White City where a Ml.lletlsh dinner will be served. The boat is to eae the Cb, e & Ho.ltis in tint arrival Iuti be alld on a local biifiiiics man i-i.l laid down a dollar, slating that in- wanted to get a "booster button." declaring tb.it xince bis last l.sit Ins conscience bad re fused to b t him r.st until be b.id sc. Hied one of the buttons. ACTRESS WAS LATE. But lock in Hancock at Pall past Jive o'clock. At the White City the dining school colors and souvenir bo.lge.-i will be provided In the colors or the re spe.tive classes that have graduated from the Hancock high school. There "nave been thirty-one class.'--, and each lance I M ill be seated by Itself about the ta- Another meeting will bo held on Tuesday evening at which reports Mill be receive, i from the various committees im biding that which Is to arrange for the ,at for the trip, as t whether or not the steamer will be available on the date selected. Several committees were appointed at the meeting la. t evening, as follows; GRAND PRESIDENT HERE. Rebekahe Take Mrs. Hattie Jackson to Points of Interest. Mrs. Hattie Jackson, grand prcsf bnt of the It. liekahs of Michigan, was the guest of the Holly IJebekall lodge of Hancock yesterday afternoon, aibl was taken by a committee on a visit to the arloiis points of lnteres In the vicinity. The Michigan smelts were (list visited, the Cood Will Farm and Isle Ibiyale mill taken In nnd a brief Inspection made of the Hancock shaft house. Mrs. Jackson left for Iron wood to conduct a school of Instruc tion for the Kebekah lodge at that place. This evening tho Holly Ilebckahs will hold n big"social session, at which the members of Stella and Elizabeth lodges of Calumet will be guests of honor. A business session will fir t take place after which an entertain ment program comprising musical and literary numbers ami dancing will be provided. Itanuuct hall Herman Wcider. Music Jay 1). Imctot. I . eol ations Wilhurt C.ojdsw.u thy and I! ge Fisher. lb lieshnienis- . 1). Staiiett. 1. J. Truscott and Wilburt Coldsworthy. WROTE THE IVY SONG. Miss Paula Hnire of Hancock Wins Fame at Smith's College. Wordi has been received In Hancock to the etTe, t that Miss Paula I la ire. daughter of Judge and Mrs. Norman W. Ilaire of Kipley. wrote the Ivy song wbi, h was sung, by the girls at Smith's t'ollcgp at F.osloii, during their coin men, em. nt festivities. Tho pinging of the Ivy rung is 01 f the great fea tures of tiie commencement program of this school, as every student assists. BECOMES A "BOOSTER." K. M. Chase, a well known traveling salesman from Chicago, who lias been making trips to the Copper Country regularly for the past ten years, has Jollied the "boosters" of Hancock and of tho upper peninsula, nn his re- Excellence of Performance Com- pen sates for Delay. Olg.a Ncthersoie. tin; famous English actress, did not reach Hancock until S::'0 hut evening, not having arrived vvitii the remainder of the company en tin- morning train but waited, with her two maids, to take Hie later train reaching her.- in th,- evening. Conse- picntly It was alter nine o'clock when the curtain rang up on the llr. t act of "The kt-demption of Fv.lyii Vau- dray," at the K,rie,!ge theater, tin I interval being tai. II up by the C. & ! II. orchestra which rendered an Im promptu concert program. The play given by Miss Ncthersoie ami her talented company was one ol the finest productions of emotional drama ever seen in Hancock, and the repeated curtain calls following each of the three ai I .: -liow e, the keen ap preciation f.lt by the audience for Miss .Net iiersole" . work'. Her sup porting company was exceptionally strong, including the little Wallace child, a girl of about six or seven ears, who showed remarkable drain alio talent for so young a child In b.r impersonation of IiuU Yaudray in the third act. of which she wa.s one of the principal actors. The play clos ed the season at tiie Kcrredge for tho summer and was one of the best of I uig list of unusually line attractions offered to local theatergoer.! during tin pint winter nnd spring. t.r.l.iy from cousin nt M;n lion at the li and Mrs. J. C The aulom, puds in the lunibiis show, entertainment i nrli Council, tho Fniversitv of Wis bson to spend the v .i a - me of his patents I'lof. , Johnston of iuiney. ilille ride of the paitici rccent Knl lits of Co gien in April, with the committee of the 11 Ml K. of i'., as host.;, will take place on Thursday next to Faglc Kiv IT, Walter Harry left Jl.iiic.k cster day for MeJill. Colorado, p, Join the same baseball team to which Hatch Stack is about to atta.li himself. Har ry has resided in Hancock but a shmt time, coming here k, -viral weeks a-;o lioni Host. in. The members of the Hancock I.yra Maennerchor who are attending the Northwestern saeng.rfest at Milwau kee are: Casper Mamlcrfn Id. Nick I'roibl. Iiwience llcrr.s. i'halbs Hoist. Theodore into. Frtd Fein. Fmil Klingli. il. Chris Z. igl. r, John S ha ha, h, Carl SchnaulTcr, John SI inn, IV- t.r Klas. n. Til lore Tbeobalt. John Marks, Fred Hoinpf and Casper Ilal br. Supervisor Hi. hard Hourke Is on tiie alert for automobile scorchers and has announced that he will aiic:t and prosecute any violators of the speed laws, and also will publish the names o offenders who are caught. Mr. Honrkc says that the township roads, specirtlly in the Hipiey district. are freiii. nle.l now by large numbers of motorists. In consequence of the . los ing of the upper mad for repairs, and the lives and persons of residents are ndangeled. wax nearly three times as great, "flo native supply comes principally from d.po-its in Hardin and Lincoln ai,. ths. .Nebraska. I'umi.e is an add volcanic n,.-k which may be in either inas-ivc m llnely comminuted form. It .. ps p. culiar jiorou-, vesicular ,,r pumi- ous . ..mini,,,, p. i,i,. rapid e.vpan -Ion of included moisture or gases due t sudden rdcise of pressure at the time of its ej. , (ha, i',,,,,, volc.u .v This xpansion may be , al l ied to mi, h an Meiit that the rock is co.nplit.l.v battered, and the resultant lim ly powder,,! material may be carried to unknown distances ,y wind and air currents ami then deposited In beds cv.-ral f. ..-its ale .1 . i ti.is i thick. Thi? .Nebraska de ' ii.-idctcd to have orlK.lm-t-i ay. Womin'i Reason. i::i!ott U. luutin of Indlaxapo!!! whr queniionlntf a woman who wii rdunlant wltncBa, and hit tti(utre4r 'Why did j-uu Iobvb that hot-IT" "t object," shouted Iut Httorney. Tlitn Li-ran a wruiiglo (.oncornliig tho efl iiilsal'jillty of th quosllon, whirl) the court finally doiJdtid to be irfctl pr p'T. Mr. Ilootou then Mid: "Now, r inl iui, pleaati tell u why you left 11-.ii hoi !." "Well," sho aia, "Just Ltcuao." ! HANCOCK BRIEFS. vT. ' 4 ! Hon. Heorjte t. Hi ntley of Hancock, arrived home jester, lay from a ten days visit to Chicago. The steamer Hochester of the West ern lim- was In port this morning. West bound. M.rvin K. Haer returned home from Ann Albor, where lie Is taking a post graduate course at the t'niv crsity. Mrs. It. 1). HI ickbiirn and Mrs. T. C. DeSollar of Qiiiin y . nt, -i (aiiied at bridge at the home of the former jes t.rdiy afternoon. Hancock Knights of I'.vthias art? ar langing for n concert to be given on June under the auspices of the lodge with a program comprising some of the leading musical talent of tile cop per country. Hubert Johnston arrived home yes- "THIS IS MY 60TH 01 RTH DAY." Clarence Kddy. one of the be! known organists in America, was born in (Jreeidi. Id, Mass., June L'!!, Is.'.l, and began bis musical education at the age of 11. fust studying under the fa mous instructor Imdley Hack, from IMiS to 1 ST 1 he was organist of ISeth any 'hurcli in Montp.lier. Vt., which position he resigned to go abroad for three j ears study in (Jerniany. I'pou his return to the Fnite.l States he be came organist of the First Congrega tional Church of Chicago. Subse quently he tilled similar positions with leading churches in l'ittsbnrg and Hrooklvn. Mr. Kddy has given organ ncitals in the principal cities of Am erica and Kuropc ail has directed con certs In connection with the interna tional ex posil Ions held in Vienna. Far is. Philadelphia, Chicago. Huffalo and St. Louis. SUPPLY OF PUMICE. The geological survey says that the pumice produced In the 1'nited States in Hum was f the value of $:!.!, -t;!!i. and the value of the pumice imported 1 VOU'LL see without A any trouble the ad vantages of such clothes as these; young men es pecially appreciate the styles made for us by HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX As soon as you look at the clothes, and see ths perfection of style, the finished tailoring, the correct fit, you'll want them. They'll cost you only asn uth as such clothes ought to cost; the prices are economical considering the clothes. New ideas terns, vveavi in suits; Shape-maker, Vat. Ml: w colors, j.at- H. S. &. M. SUITS, at ... OTHER GOOD MAKES, at S20.00 nd "p $15.00 nd "p- Wilson Yale Sh Hros. Shirts, Kverwear Ilosi, s, John H. Stetson and Hong v. W. H. y Hats. Douglas and I The Boston Store Hecla St. J.J. Arnovits, Prop. Laurium r.m fYVUIfUKW my my i w in fin) I i . my f rta'Jt i ll ifcia Mmt m i j liti.U il ll 'i ' i.i r riiiin Aboin t Your Vacatio We can help you to make it an enjoyable one by saving your cash and using your credit at Gately's. Come to us we will trust you, pay a little now and get your clothes at once. Pay the balance at the rate of $1.00 a week or by the month, as you prefer on your return. The Best Way to Settle the Clothes Question to settle il s.it isl'm-tonl y, economically ami with the least inconvenience to yourself is to come tlirect to (Jately Wiins store, anything you Iniy here must he satisfactory. Our success ilepeinls on .uaiiiiiin' ami hohlini; your piotl will we lo it. Fiist, by tjiviii"; you best possible values. Second, by making rilit anythinir that may 1 1 t bo Ratisfaetory; and Third: y our easy payment plan. We invite your special attention to our line of Mens and Younij Mens Suits al $lf to $lV.on, elegantly tailored, newtst labrics, latest colorings the best allrouml suit value that can he had anywhere for $lf.00 to s, '.".( M). fIust received amlher lot of 1 ys IMue Sere suits rnniut;- from $l.(0 to rf.tH). Ifemember with every boy's suit you tfet a baseball suit absolutely free. MENS SOFT AND STIFF HATS $1.50 to $3.50 MENS SHOES AND OXFORDS $3.00 to $4.50 BOYS SHOES $1.25 to $3.00 LADIES' SUIT SALE The correct tailor made suits for IDllMade in fancy series, Pastel shades; mannish mixtures, staple col ors, basket weaves. I Jl':VV Al' Mm m SUITS THAT WERE $12.50 NOW $9.38 SUITS THAT WERE $18.75 NOW $14.00 SUITS THAT WERE $10.00 NOW $14.25 SUITS THAT WERE $21.00 NOW ...$15.75 SUITS THAT WERE $22.00 NOW ...$1G.50 SUITS THAT WERE $23.00 NOW ...$17.25 SUITS THAT WERE $25.50 NOW $19.25 SUITS THAT WERE $30.00 NOW ...$22.50 One fourth off on all Ladies Trimmed Hats. Come now and make voiir selection. Your credit is tfood, a little down and a little each week or month will do. v Ladies & Misses Coats, Waists, Skirts, Shoes and Oxfords. 1 V.. ' New Summer Dresses in rent variety. 1 ' 1 Buy Here--The Gately Way Makes It Easy Phone 80-L 0 mm ysHPEmo VCALUMET mm- 1.114 -. mm u Fibre Rush Porch Rockers $1.25 up