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f TWO 'v. THE CALUMET NEWS. Clf 6ATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911. r Houghton Department LAKE TRIPS ARE POPULAR; ' HANI PASSENGERS CARRIED JUNIATA IN PORT TODAY WITH BIG EAST-BOUND LIST. Boats Coming Hsr Hav More Pas ngsn Than Usual, m m Th steamer Juniata of the Anchor linn arrived at Houghton this mom Ing .eaetbound fronu Duluth for Huf tdlo, carrying a hlg lint of nun.ieiigrrs from the head of th lakes, to which number ai added xeverul from the coupr country for Detroit, Cleveland find other lower luke ports. That the luke trip on the many pan senger bouts comlti to Lake Superior from the lower lakes Is becoming- more popular than ever, is demonstrated by th fact that business during- the early part of the season is a littla niur than double that of last year. This, In spite of the fact that the weather On the lakes this year has not been of the most agreeable wort, Is evidence that there Is something of Interest In this northern country, for it Is not only the lake trip thut at tracts the people here, but the climatic conditions as well as the many beau- j tiea of nature that are to be enjoye l In Portage Lake and the Lake Su perior ports. Just befoie the Fourth there is a general lull lu passenger busiiiens. At ter the Fourth the boats are hardly large enough to handle the passenger traffic, for every veosel entering the port cornea with a capacity load. The fact that the Anchor line has been enjoying: such large business so far this feason, does not result from in burning- of the North West, for that vessel was not scheduled to leave buffalo before June 27. Undoubtedly the great heat which has been experl nced in the Eu?t and the South had much to do with the Wg traffic, and if the weather in those regions keeps up as it has been heretofore, the traf fic will be enormous. The Chicago & Duluth Transporta tion company brought their first boat, the Minnesota, here last Monday, and n her return trip the vessel was crowded. Reports from the oliioials Is to the effect that all reservations have teen taken on her second trip, when ah arrives here next Monday. Passenger on Juniata. Among the passengers leaving on MERCURY MAY SMASH ALL RECORDS Of HE.U HERE JUNE RECORD ALMOST EQUALLED LATE YESTERDAY. Today Even Warmer But Relief ii Promised For Tomorrow. The mercury has been p ho Ing nome strange pranks in the copper country this week. Coining immediately af ter a cold wave th.it nuule local peo ple shiver and "put 'em on a;ain" dur ing the early pait of tin- week, an al most unprecedented heat wave htliick the copper country yesterday, the mer cury souring gradually from early morning until 4 nVlmk ye.vteiday fif- ternoon when Jt'.M dcKiees was regis tered, this mark being but l.li devices lower than the maximum for June as fhown by the records at the Huimhtuii ottUe of the. weather bureau, the hlph mark. 101 degrees having liien reced ed on June 1'6, lnul. Today the weather man seems bent on smashing the July record. 103 on July 14, l!t01. the abso lute maximum for the copper country Mnce the establishment of the llougli- jn office of the weather bureau. Stait- ng early this morning, the marcury imbed at the rate of alxmt two de grees per hour until M7'a was reached about 1:30. As there seems mi indi cation of a let up this afternoon, it is evhli nt that the rct-ord ar. Hciioiil threatened. Other thermometers ill the Collate lake district yesterday Indicated much hinder lluies than lh.lt at the wc.illxr luiieau. inn' thermometer mi Shei.len Hlcet slenw-d 1-0 devices m I lie sun and the man owning it thinks it iimkI ll.ive lletll m;;ncr 1 1 lie ll.'ol a MKHiT thermometer. At At illmine jim. t i 1 1 lh llgiiri"; indicate,! ueie 1 1 T. and some tin l nionielii s on ijiiiin-v street, II. m- ri" k showeii lUi decrees at ,-l o'i lu I. hist fVctilng. At seven o'clock thi iKorniti;; thi mercury ivr.i.-1 r l v degrees: at the vw;inr ollice. loin teen degrees higher than at the same hour esteid.iy morning, and the loi oint to win. h il fill dmim; (lie niht Was ,11 degrees. Al.lin e hl nls spent the greater part of the nklil on their lolehts, and e(l.' owmr o .in iillto I a motor ho.it had p.ulu : out cnjuv- llg Hie little lellef aloi.i. i'hunder storm-' ..iii;.;M :ih, tomor iv and slightly ooler weatlnr is !! i-iliition maiie by iiiiMivi-r 'o- llick and there l no di.iiht tfi.it this Sort of Weather Would he Vle.ltlv fil iated by local residents. for the dead of the .Michigan inim pi ai-al coin 'ii is.sloli. CONTEST FOR C. C. FAIR. Imlit iilions point to the tact that the ni' st In masses and viaini which Was reieiillx a lilioit m ei lor the Top per i'oiintr l.iir wilj be a ); mu cin. Secretary McWnnaru i t nl,i le.eived ;i letter from Siurelary Aug ust alien of the I.'weu grange, In whi.li the latter assures .Mr, .M.-X.ini- ar.i lh.it he will pciHomillv see that a good showing is made. Other ic- poiises to a letter sent out by Secle- t.irv M.i.-Xaniai.i are expected soon and il is believed (h.u t, iVatiire will he liij '-uccess. ! H0UQHT0N BREVITIES. take place early in Aug GOOD BERTH FOR FINLAY. the Juniata this morning from Hough ton were W. S. Ford for Cleveland; Mrs. X. Stein of Unraga for Huffalo; T. W. Normlle for Cleveland and Mi -s Jennie Walker for Detroit. There were about ten from the copper coun try to take the boat fmm heie, some of them going directly on hoard with out booking at the local . like. The freighter Rochester of the Western line is due here westbound tomorrow and the Wi.-wahtcknn of the Anchor line, ul-.x upbound will be in tonight or tomorrow nmrning. Scow is Floated, The big scow belonging to Joseph t. ro.e, and w hich sank on a reef we: t xt tha canal on Sunday evening last, was tloated last night and towed into the canal, win re temporary repairs will be made. The mow will then he brought to Houghton to have the hole in her bow, made when the ho.it struck the reef, patched up and other repairs made. Well Known Mining Expert Cets Fed eral Appointment. J. It. Finlay, the well known mining expert, wno is i lie liea.l or llie com- mls-lon Willed j ill (hail'e of mine appraisal work lor the ft,ile of .Mull igan has tecch ed an impoitant I I t -ul appointment as indicated in the I. How illg letter lc. -. nth lec. ed by Mr. Kin lav from Walter II- li.r. re- t.lly of tile il.paltlii.nl of the Interim: "J. H. I inlay, Houghton, .Mi. h., sii : III View oU the excellent Wolk which oti and oilier mining engineer.-, es pecially V. It lngalls, John Hays Ham mond, Dr; James I loiigl. nw and J. l'arke I'lianning, have ,nie .lining th. past year in hrltu'.ing together the laws and i egula I ions: nlaling to (ii.: tions of safely in in tal mine', in tin--country, I am sending jmi heiewita un appointment a - con- uli ing engineei for the hiileau of mm. 1 n j 1 1 1- the' tl.-cal ye;;r 1HIJ and r.-spectiully a--kj that you (o-op.rale with the bureau of mines in the Initial as .luliling! and publication of the pi.,po-e.t i y. . I tcm of laws, rules ami regulation-! looking to greater safety in the in laT mining .tat; of this country. I f. el ceitaiu that through mi Ii co-opctalioii with tlie liiu a ii of mines you can ren der the milling, industry an important service. e p.ciiiiilv. W.-.lter I.. I i- h- r, Secretary of the d. pai tin.M of (he Intel iof." Nx-al mining men say thai the selection ,f Mr. Km lav I, a thi,.; work TRIP TO MORE LAND. I'he steam, r I'lowho.v, which carried I paltv of M;-Iit: eei-N to tile .Mot. land wm. k c-tci da . will run another to- moiiow. ihe ho.it leaving Ib uchlon at o'.-lo. k and Hancock at I: 1."., and i"pping at the canal hotli going and elurniiig. The wricking .lew which 'aplain i: id lias at w.u k on the .Moielan.l will la- engaged at their las! on c-'linila. altel nooii w lien the I'low b"V anies. and tlio:e making the llij he nrtoided all oppollunily of t.e ing how a big ship is raised. R. D. LANG TO MOVE. The stole or the . H Lang coin Pan: will he moved on Wednesday IMXt tlom th,. piesent ipiaitcIS to tin new .MaMiuic temple. The stole is ex peeled to lie ready to open tor blisi i-i.-m oeioie inf t.h( ot llie coming week. A huge new sign beat iiig tin name of ihe firm was placed over th oi ue tune nuring the past wek. Mr. and Mrs. tleorge Hooper of Kocklaml visited in Houghton yester day. Mis. . Snio k has r turned from a mouth's visit with relatives in lower Michigan. Joseph Sch. ml of Huiontown has re. turiud home for the vacations from fcliool at Ijuchcc, O. W. Kealley of Chicago, represent ing a Jinn manufacturing acetylene gus ilxtuies, Is iii Houghton on a busi ness trip. 'Ihe Double II. Juniors and the Hal tics will play a game of baseball to morrow afternoon at the Huiontown grounds. Chief of police Louis Voctxch rec ommends that all residents clean up their pn-mfses of papers and rubbish In fore the Fourth of July in order tn lessen Ihe danger of tires. Marriage licenses were l.i iie.l this morning to Kduard !atiM of Frliiiesi J'-'lnt and Annie I'simakl of Jacobs ville; and In Oscar J. llcmlrU ksou of Houghton and Kmily I'ilkluuien of Million k. Mr. and Mrs. John Liixniore of lioii woo.l have announced Hie engagement of their daughter Miss M-wry Litxmore to C.orge C. I'arah of Houghton. Tin wedding w list. A novel window display In the Dee i igar tre Is attracting much atlen lion, it Is a man dressed us Kiicle Sam, seated In a (hair in ti e window and apparently enjoying long puffs on a pipeful of some particular brand of tobacco. John Drlscoll a brakeman, employed by the Copper Range met with a pain fill injury yesterday. While coupling cars, inlscoll fell beneath on the wheels and the calf of his leg; wan bad ly cut and bruised. He Is being treat ed at the Trlmountaln hospital. Mrs. J. K. Curzon ana children ur- rived from Chicago today to Join Rev. Mr. Cui.on. and on Monduy the fam ily will leave for the J. Abner Sher man lodge on th Otter Hiver to spend two weeks. Miss Dorothy Strobel will1 accompany them. Mr. Cur.on will spend July in Houghton, and during August will camp at the entry. Today he leaves for Ishpemllig where he will preach on Sunday. J 1 i GOOD HEALTH HINTS FROM THE JAPANESE. .j. .5. .. .j. FOURTH OF JULY PARTY. J he Oi, (gaining Va.l t dub is plan- miig am.iner il.iiicing pjitv to I miu on the evening of the l-ouith of July, to he preceded ,v the regular ta- '''e d'hote. The reception committee lor the regular Saturday afternoon re ception ("day ..insists of Mis. K. J Law.l.ii, Mrs. John If. Dee, Mrs. Ward ."miih. Mrs. W. Corhin Douglass, Mrs;. Hoiucr Hiuk and Mr.". It. T. Harry. BOARD MEETS MONDAY. The hold a ening, le" Will a hi. Ii is lions lor I'oilave town-hip board will Mgnlar liieeling on Monday ii'-M ai w lie ii Supervisor K., "port upon die progress being Iliad.' in the llegotia- Ihe purchase of ll... villi, .a '" r. I .imlgiueui of land whi.li it piop.,H.d tl) a,l(1 (u late of Ml, higan in .-elding him the I'oieM Hill ceim tco. One May Overcome constipation permanently Ly proper petsonal co-opeiutlon with tho bone ficial effects of Syrup of Flga and Klixir of Senna, when remjlred. The forming; of regular habits Is most im poiiani ana vvlillo endeavoring to form them tho assistance of Syrup of Kigs and Fllxlr of Senna Is most val uable, as it Is tho only laxative which nils without disturbing tho natural functions and without debilitating and it is tho ono laxative which leaves the internal organs in a naturally healthy oiidition, thereby really aiding one in that way. To get its beneficial effects. huy the- genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, nnd for aie oy an leading druggists. Syrun of Flgj and Klixir of Senna is never la?ed Ly tho we ll Informed with medicines which make extravagant nnd unfounded claims to cure habitual constipation without personal coop- ratio!;. J he following sanitary regulations I'ppearing In a recent issue, of the Jijl a iv recommended by the Japan Herald to thoHe hungering after long life: list Spend as much time out of doors as possible. Husk much lu the sun ami take plenty of exercise. Take cue that jour respiration is always diep and regular. : ecor.d - As regards meals, eat meat Only dine a day and let the diet be eggs, cereals, vegetables, fruits and fresh cow's milk. Take the last named as much as possible. Masticate your food carefully. Third 'lake a hot bath every day and a steam bath once or twice a week if the heart is strong enough to bear it. Fourth Put on roughly-woven un derwear (cotton fabiica are prefera ble) and clothes; a comfortable col lar, Jlght hat of any material and well lilting boots. Fifth Fatly to bed und early to riM. Sixth Sleep in a very dark and very quiet room, with window open. IL't the minimum of uleeplng hours b six of glx and one-half hour, and th maximum seven und one-half liuum. In case of women, rest of eight and cne-half hours la advisable. Tak Ont Day's Rt. - Seventh Take one day of absolute lent per week, on which you must re frain from even reading and writing. Kighth Try to avoid - any outburst of passions and Htrong mental stimu lations. Do not overtax your brain at tin occurrence of Inevitable Incident or of coming events. Do not hay un pleasant things, nor listen, if possi ble, to disagreeable things. Ninth He married! Widow and widowers should be remarried with th least possible delay. Tenth lie moderate lu the con sumption of even tea and coffee, not to say tobacco and alcoholic bever ages. Eleventh Avoid places that ar too waim (especially uteani-hea ted) and badly ventilated rooms. Twelfth In order to promote th functions of those bodily organs which are liable to weaken by age and dis ease, Bupply yourself with nutriment taken from the same organs of other animals. But in isuch cases the ad vice of the most competent medical authorities tdiould be carefully con sulted. -ong-Dlstanc TaUphoning. It ! now possible to telephone from London to Gt. Petersburg, a distance of S50 miles. Asthma! Asthma! 'OPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY ;ivrs instant relief and an absolute emm ia all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and Hay Fever. Sold by druKgists : mail cm receipt of price t oo. Trial i'ackarw by mall 10 renti. WILLIAMS MFC CO.. Prop... Cl.,.l.nd. OU For Sal at Vattblndar S. Head. Ou- nor Pharmacy, Eagl Drug Stor. RMiirVdiiidSE SCOTT ST. (IZUUSZSBfi? E-2E2C3. TELEPHONE NORTH 41. n ni. i -i 1 - i r -n Parade Biggest Best and Most Complete Ever Seen in Ihe Upper Peninsula Company A Troop A Copper Country Mounted Calvary Calithumpians Business Floats 6 Bands 6 Boy Scouts Pattersons' Section of over 7 blocks 7 Clowns Harem Skirts Decorated Bicycles Automobiles State Float G. A. R. in carriages Fat Lady A RIUM I J IU1 II ITTiiTvir-ri-ir. , Just take a peep at our pri2e, That's the reason that the contests are goiE to be well worth seeing g to be So FIREWORK S A display of nvroterlimVc h, 1 r .... . . . Pro, .loo'V? VC Doe' ----- 'n.iLai yuuf From daybreak to midnight Laurium will entertain you as none others have ever before attempt, J tl l hi hr - r Tt he v ' nr 1 IllH sin eel :it err the tlur lor Ci ney. CI Fine Vc Co i FJi R K fei mett Fir King. Sc seph Fir i isrn I Thii Hogat Thii Scott. RE Ctntsn Centeni rhurcli, Hancoc the pul hurcli row, tul I red, th Hancnci of the la on M There ; in the r month. ' P. ni.. hii sermon I "Isanc: i third in t roes, AN i tr. K. i cer of if the city Hancock in th tra Arbor for Mm of tl customers ic compm 8CH0 'uperint 'k ch( RupJ'p anr school imni fd the sevf terdsy to needed tr t t Inn. find wrk nt or new holler i school.