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FRIDAY, JUNE 25, Hlf.
r paci roim j THE CALUMET NEWS. THE CALUMET NEWS Founded 1830. DAILY KXCLIT Sl'NDAY. Published By The MINING GAZETTE CO. AT CALUMET, MICHIGAN. M. W. YOUNGS, Editor. W. M. LYON, Bub. Mgr. liini tiii i.ir. Jut Uu- th.-iuht f It I.h niwu!i to hriritf t.;tr ti on TELEPHONES. Calumtt. 8uinis Office 209 Editorial Rooms 4 HANCOCK OFFICE. Elkt' TompU. Phono 312 HOUGHTON OFFICE. Phono l'ublleatiou and printlnff office, 104 Fifth Str-t. CalumH, Michigan. Tin-re's a man In TV is ho ban original subway, vvhlih wa overtaxed ruined, utsd It huy In awei-tt-d vvltli-rai.-it-.l h;'-'.h to the va! ie of tl".- from the .lay it i.p.ru-.l. t.ut i"-ti"ii tint tint e'.t iiu-nl hi tlie All .f lliis trvim rnltiu.s xp-n.llture j arty vw.iiM k' alonr all riclit. tm s . 1 i- un.l.rtak.n finely that I ih' may 'the win- be .i!.l, 1. ,..r. of tli ton- K'l from th-!r h..nien to tluir vvotk. I m rvutiMii of th.' c.im. rti .-tatea and of ind f i -n their work M their 'uuk ? s..'itic of the mountain Mates of the attain. Manhattan I.-land anrs t j w t .t ? h.n v uriliml'e.l . apn- ity to a''i li in-1 Tin- Ii Poll, (t m auaiula is ;i- (latently i ro.t lhti unier t!ie il lunioii 'that th ni-oa!!. irAi .-.-xiv e I t i t , , i in. nt vvhith wan liii-. v oi:siv t-vi.leiit It takes a l:..".n man to In- polite j un.b-r trying irt-uitit.in't . JV.'. S. . O. "ur"V of ihit t-i t a.' k!.. ke.l ' down the oth r .lay by a St. Louis tr--t ar. As soon as h fcvcr .1 1 his bnath ho ap.-lo!. . . the n - i Iik tT t'-r ! -!a iiiy trait",.-. i i:ntf-rcd at th.. Post Office at Culumet. MUhiKan. us Second Class Mail .Matter. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911. With a efi.nd m.irriae in the fam ily the new "paj.erH will be excus.-.! j hereafter f'r ii -t referring to P-.l. lrvan n the "hoy orator." Th- ero k ry on the Maine has l.een fi un.l uik ra ke.l, while the armor !.ite Is .hiver-.i Into hit". Here's a ti f.r the nay detainment for a I w iioefcery ilreadnaustit. Keen fuch Fern tors as Mrf'umUr f.f North Dakota and Nelson of Min jievota who art- bitterly opposed to it fay that re' If-roHty will ja. N. Y.'S SUBWAY PLANS. Th.- tr. m. riiloii- t r -sure ..f 1 ' t i-- on i lty ..v.-rrm. iit i!Iiitr.ite.l hy ; the ai.nouri. a no rit that Vv York 'tf.l c..mt leted ar'an','.-nu-r,t. for tin h-t tak- K ,,-vv ,'.n,, ..roj.-ts. ,..st tw.J LA FCLLETTE'S CANDIDACY. hundred ami iifty-s.-v.-n million d..I- Th, r- is as y. t no ..itl.-ial v. ritV-a-lars. In anm.nn. ins the a-rr.-m.-nt , tioii -f the i-.f-rt that S.-nat.-r La to diviV th.- i..rk l-twe.-n two rival i'oll.-tt- of Wis.-on.-in :s-ir. "s to the tra.tion ..-n ; ani-s. th- Int.-r!...ro.it;h r. fildi.-arj nomination for l-renldent and the liro..!:lyn Raj -id Trati-it. May-'in V.'ll on the th.ory that with him or C.iyn-'.r a hied that it was the i2. tl.er.- is a ehanee to win. while if Mr. Rest w-.fk no.v in t!..- hands of anyT.ift is r.ti"ii:!r. -t.-d :t will governmeiit, state or nation .1, at'-virre .h f.at." Th!s :!NsMn.tion is Ini- nono- or ahro.i.l. i";tfd t Mr. La po! -tie's fri.mls. and T:-:- fisur. s ,.;... rt hD avs.Ttlon.j" .nti.tlly Imraid. t,t. It takes for f ,f ,it,. ,.,o.-h tr m.,r.. ull! l,e -latlt'd that only ro ns. r :i ; i Ve ri!lh- to its nk M-tai -ri m.u to w.-tk in it.-1 i.rt'.,'est hank.. Mrs and unall f.ie toii.s. Put it tann.-t Iioiise them. Ili. v must lie !,. yon.' in- i.a-i ami i ,,uri,ltf , sllIlllll,.r ,.f j., and whh h North P.Uem. or in the r.-ui .n. N-rth ,, .u h(.t, hAiih .., svv. .t the d. tn- .f the Pity, wh.te the old Dut.h f i- th.rs ere.-tfd t!i ir l.h., khoust-s ajfin-t th.- Incur-!. -ns ..f hostile r.-.1s. and! which are now th.- t. s-.h-nce districts. of the city. ocrata into odl e ull t r the countt y in 11". is f:t ill the !o!iiiiiar.t in:liiene In p i ties. That r. na'tis to he fffii. n can not follow , . i:ts and rt ad Liim-nt tl l.-ciissiou with. ait ln-ir.K Ini l.r.ss. d with the hi :i i that the pen dulum is jsw Inline; leu a. slov. !, pt r haps. lmt n vt rt!o ! s p.-rc ptihly, an.o; laisitu ;;s m n. ;t: I. hyr, on the farm, in cvcr tlin ti' v.. toward the i .-nsrvation of t niity to work, manufacture, s ' and trade with less political tut luil. m e : 1 1 1 I It ss radieal- "u-an j jviiuin pMhl;..' at.'.ilrs. There is only one loan the repulilieai.s in .-neral havi in n.ind In this crisis, only nn with wh.m tluy have the slightest ehance nly conjo r:i;ive r.-pnh- ,.f w f n n i i .: . and that is President Tuft. spent on the Panama Canal, it is o. ar.s w i.i support the pr-si- ent f."Xt )lls ,. ali p,,u( y, his p.-ise and douhtfu! wheth-r t!..- canal wh.en com-if Is r. n..m in., t. d. while if j juds.tiient, his experience find f..re- t h te.l will have c-t anywh. re tiearj11"' K ntl, man from Madl.son flioald L:K,t, he represents Just what this as mm h as the New Y -tk under-: vln ,,H' l" izo eoivent;..n he w.,u!d j t.ntry win turn to n. xt year, if it trrc.und f-tre.t railway t.-m. w h.-n , ,:"M th'' conservatives and have the. Js w iiti. ln tlu. n,,t. rvlM frum the ,.., ,i Tlie i n ii nl iff..rt i ( ( ,11 . ' I t !i u s ia t ie aid f the I r sui t;, lit s. it .. .. , . ... . n n.p. t !. in pt.s'ni in i nn ( ajfitatifin and unrest, with eonHeciuent f.-sse.'ly inemthte. It will Jake tlve, alr-adv of record that four .-r five! : , ' ve:ira t,. .1,. t e uork out 'ined. hut the: of the most active insurgents ,'r, the expectation is that w 1 en it Is thme. s. nate are ..je.os. d to La P'-lettc's 1 fh.ould vote for tlote.stic peatc and omiiit'-n ial tramiuility in P.ilJ. . pulation wiM have crowded upon ! r oi:,;r.at: n. hut th. re is n d-eiht they the new a hliti !;, as it did on the would tarn in for hi.n if In- were NEWSPAPERS. We often wonder if the people whu casually pick up their daily newx p. r, ulante hurriedly over a few laadlints, and indulge in some unripe i i iti ism, ever s-lop t think f the eon ilitioiiM miiUr vvhith the paper Is made and of the labor and effort that go Into it. The averue pt rson generally never Mops t relleet that the newspaper i n, en cannot he complete masters of all j professions ami sciences, and that the necessarily hurriedly prepared news must he very different from the eare i fully prepared thesis or essay upon a pi Veil Sllhjtct. So Rood a paper as the Iialtlmote Sim in n plv Iiik to a critic-Ism of one of its news items says: "The mass of matter that the modern paper Is obliged to handle imposes up on reporters and editor a task of ex traordinary dilhculty. No reasonable outsider who lias been Inducted into the Inner problems of trie newspaper t:. e can fail to get a new view of the tlilliriiltles with which Journalistic wor lds strupsle. The handling of a sixteen-page paper dealing with every thing from Kamchatka ami Phittag.mg to Port McHenry ami the (lunpowdcr .Hi." days In the ear is some thing that the facile critic of the Hun window would ilnd much less simple ami easy if he were a little rloser to it. It would be very interesting to see how the average college professor, or lavv-ve-r, or minister, would make out if a l ig piece of news were put in his hands at 3 p. ni. ami he were called upon to (.lit it and write the heads within a half-hour'a time. To get the rlylit number of words and letters In the head, to make the he-adllnes tell the Jlory accurately and with the "delicate hades of meaning, to cllmuiAte the t ontradictions. to -correct the Itnglish. to place the utory in that part of. tbe puper that be tit a its lmiortance theVe are eome t.f the details of the work that must be done under the highest pressure. Thoughtful people who have hail an opportunity to familiarize them selves with the work of the newspacr (Mice have usually come to the con clusion that, instead of the unreliabil ity that Is so much talked about In uninformed quarters, the press has de veloped a skill ami dexterity that are remarkable, and that the average rno.l ern newspaper really nmasurcs up to a high standard of accuracy and gen eral excellence." "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." , 17J2 Charleston, S. . Incorporated. 1757 dive's victory over the Hin doos at Plasscy. which laid the foun elatlon of the P.rltlsh empire In Iadia. 17S The Prltlsh burned the town cf Springfield. N. J. ISfiS Matthew Vassar, founder of Vassar Pollege. died In Ploitghkeepsle. N. Y. Horn In P.ngland in 1792. 1870 Adolph o. Kheihart, the pres ent governor of Minnesota, born in Swede n. 1SS6 Members of the Orleans and Itonaparte families expelled frotn Prance. . 1S0O New constitution promulgates) In lira.il. 1 1U4 Republican National conven tion nt Chicago nominated Roosevelt and Pairbanks. 1 1 1 0 John H. MeOraw, former gov ernor of Washington, died. Horn o. t, i. is:o. The first locomotive constructed in Chill for the (Sovernme-nt rallwavs was testeel by the railway management tin. Ilrst week In March, 1911. and pro. nouriced entirely satisfactory. There are ten nnre locomotives under ton structlon In Chill. What the Kidneys Do Thoir Unceating Work Kaopa U Strong and Hoalthy, All the blood In the body pases through the kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. They work night and day. V)u n healthy, they remove about 500 grains of Impure matter dally, when un healthy some part of this Impure matte- U left In the blood. This brings on many diseases and symptoms pain In the back, headache, nervous ness, hot, dry skin, rheumatism, gout gravel, disorders of the eyesight and hearing, dizziness. Irregular heart, de bility, drowsiness,' dropsy, deposits In the urine, ftp. Hut if you keep th filters right you will have no troubln with your k'dneys. James McIIardy, 304 "th t. Calumet, Mich., says: "1 know that Doan's Kidney 1111.9 possess great curative powers. .My .back was lame and there war much pain In my kidneys. A short time after J began using Doan's Kidney Pills, theso difficulties we-re corrected ami I am now enjoying good health." For sale by all dealers. Trice 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Huffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Stated. Remember the name Doan's anl take no other. ' 1 zzn The V Silt Sale ertiE Brotliaier With Cordial Approval - of Calumet Mem MeetiM flc. . . y -' knam r.r . -.-.v.-.. . ' i 1 f VrTW -ft. 'tR L .i!:rzr i Hvi-::Ji.v;v! iv.- x ..y i.. .A m l . i, e i'. . -. . . j...4i-'-.j I I i wmmmmM V XaA. U.. II Lv X-rx 'i I - I 'i i4,.iinuillie. IAN MM Wi Stticcrlly ClolKcc c CO Stock comprises new English, as well the American models of Kuh, Nathan & Fischer (Sincerity) and Hart, Schaffner & Marx, at prices Producing Exceptional Values A good suit produced by a leading house is worth what is asked for it. When the same superb tailoring and beautiful fabrics are offered at big reductions the average man, and even the hard-headed ones, at;ree that a saving means something when applied to an article of known value. This happens to be a season when all colors and all shades in fancy fabrics are the rage so far as style is concerned. We happen to be overstocked on goods of this character and since we make it a rule not to carry goods from one season to another, we are making reductions that should bring our stock down. You men who have not yet purchased your summer clothes would better get under this opportunity. y y y y y y y y y y y y y June Sale Prices on Fancy Suits S10.00 SUITS, JUNE SALE RRICE $8.00 $12.00 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE $9.60 $13.50 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE . .$10.80 $15.00 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE 4. $12.00 $10.50 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE . $13.20 $17.50 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE $14.00 518.00 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE $14 40 $19.00 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE $15 20 $20.00 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE.... $1C00 $21.00 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE $1G.80 $22.50 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE ..$18.00 $23.50 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE, ..'..$18.80 $24.00 SUITS, JUNE SALE PRICE $19.20 $25.00 SUITS, JUNE SALE PRICE $20.00 $20.50 SUITS. JUNE SALE PRICE... ....$21.20 $27.50 SUITS, JUNE SALE PRICE: $22.00 A Number of Other June Specials from our Clothing' Department 18 dozen Extra Special Four-in-hand Ties, fifty cent values ; ,25c All our Men's $1.25 Shirts, with or without collar. $1.00 One lot of Men's Balbriggan Underwear, your choice at, each 19c Boys' Khaki Pants, CO cent values 45c Boys' Khaki Pants, 75 cent values COc Boys' 25 and 35 cent Waists, 19c; Boys' 50 cent Waists 45c. 20 PER CENT Reduction on all Boys' Fancy Knicker bocker Suits. Ten Per Cent. Reduction on all Blue and Black Suits y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y n rn G ALU Ml ET, MICHIGAN