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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1911. 1
THE CALUMET NEWS. I TWO r Houghton MARINE REPORT FORJUNE OUT ENGINEER BANKS ISSUES REGU LAR STATEMENT SHOWING ft AGGREGATE TONNAGE CrolKe H. Hank", i lipiliecr 111 illiil'Kf ct the lvrt.t l-akc water'. :i 1 ft this moiiilng fur a trip to tlx- Mr land and to .L-;iff U.ii b-.r, at wluci Litter l la. e Pow.ll .Si. MlK hi II are iuanyln i. k for the hn.r . in. nt-' at tho fddp canal. lt-f oi leavlim, lai gincer Hank-, tiuv 0,lf bis tn'-'t hly ie jnit of matin ttarno throuKh tin- lake and canals duiing tin- mouth uf June, g follows: Bound Up. No. Stt-ani '' Tow bargee, 1" Nrt ton'. i:.'3 Totals 112 Bound Down. No. r,i liti.iifii) Net ton v:'. -'!; l . . .'.'vS.S . . .H i7 ... 13.376 ... .37 ... 4.4K. .. 4.12". ... 1.T2S 1"0 ... 1 9.'.'in r,: ... 12.712 ... lH.SL'l) . . .'.'iin.24 2 .. fi70 Steam .... Tow liatK; Total Tvt.il number Total tonnage Bound Up. Coal, soft, tons Coal, haul, tons Copper, tons Manufactured lion, tons . Nitrate of enda, tons Hand, tons Lumber, M. Ccim-nt, barrel Kt ruscm oil, barrels .... Fait, bain l Mit Pan on Md-e. ton Total c-ario Fa-scnst is, number Bund Down. C.nl. soft, tons Copper, ton - Vh-at. bu Oats, 1 . i VI our. l.liN Lumber, M Shinsl.-f. M Ties, cedar. No ill-C. Mils.'., toll- Total caivo, tons X'asj'iriRi-r, No 170 . 10.4s7 .T. 17. 202 .17.".,,.' . 3,'!7fi . 47.Vr.ti . 4,212 171 . r.7.;s2 IDEA IS FAOVRED HERE. Tlio Idea that a lain. party of llousjhton, Ham "k und Tiollar Hay r.nd other j.eoplo i mm thin district 'i to T.iiiilum t'lmotrow or Saturday lilvlit, -ltii.-r of w hi, h i-venini.', will be designated "I'oitayp Iike" nik'.ht. Is favortd h-re. The councils of the M 1 . i K of Iloimhlon and the city of llan- o,k are Invited to head the ILrtai:.' Ijik diliKation lo takf In Hie mhl- JumiiH-r cariihal ani! its attractions fit Laurlum. It is i.tomiued that l.tur- liim Mill reciprocate by sendimr 1 ,Ur ili legations to tin- Han, oi k home-corn 1 ii it itn.l I he 4'x.lhm .r Mines t eb-br i th.n. Mr. Harry C. Woim.-r rT lieln.it Is Visiting at Hi,. J,, ,,f b,r - areiits, Mr. Jim Mrs. W. I!, ll .ar of Colha.;.- tlVf-nUe. Trunks, Bags, Dress Suit Gases ill " The summer vacationist neeils, as a matter of course, some of .looils found in our stock, It is no exaggeration to say that nowhere in tins country can so tine he found as in our store. lead ers. Some of our Genuine Walrus all Ladies' Club Bags from $12.00 -$20.00 Genuine Walrus all Leather Lined Gents' Club Bags from $15.00 $25.00 Cinulne Calf Leather Suit case fn" S3.00 " $25.00 Knit tares and him, lmhidins? Mattintr Wicker. etc., from Inspeit Wieder OPPOSITE CALUMET THEATER. Department HOUGHTCN GIRL MISSING; MAY HAVf BEEN DROWNED FRIENDS OF MISS MARY COR NELLIER ARE ALARMED. Hat it Found Floating in Water Near Van Orden't Dock. Ml- Mary ( 't.rnelli. r, daughter f A. Cm. llier of Ka Houghton, is l.e-ln-vcd to have b n drowned list iiijht in '.,rtai;e Lake, and this morning 111.' wiLis in the i. Inity of the Van Or ii do, k in W'-l lloii-idon wi re -H!-i!ol carefully. Ali- C..1 Miller, t uiW-in?; ua at.s. nt from Ikt ..o:ne all la-t evening and at about t.n o'clo. k h.-r family became alarmed and iii-titutrd a sear. h. She hud J.eeil 11) for some time past and It was Imme diately realize. I that h.iiu thini? must have happened to h. r to k p her out at that hour. Inquiry nni'.UK friend-: tail. d to elicit any Information, and' a search vva male early this moiniimj abmi the Like front, fears mjiik filter- tallied that she had hell drowned, ulii' h supposition was sti. UKth ne.l by the til,, liny, of the yl h it tloatirm In the atr n. ar the Van (Mil.ii coal dock. The h it showed iiidi.ati.m-! ,,r haviti- he II lem.,f d fr.'lll the head with -ome for. e. as if by soineoiie in vr.at h. i -.-I- and x. itenu nt. the hat I . ; i , s- not h.tviiiif been n moved an.T luinu badly he lit. tine i,f the tus ..f the Croze Me. t ei nt the in, .mlnn in the i.initV of the lilace A h r the hat as toiind. but nothing retulted from the seal ih. FUNERAL HELD YESTERDAY. Helyar Harris of Baltic Laid at Rett In Forest Hill. The funeral of Helyar llaiiis. of Hal tic, who wa- kill.. I on Moii. lav list by a tall of m. k as held yesterday att.rn.M ii li. .in Ihe Haiti.- M. I'., chiir.h with iiiteiin.nt at roi.-t Hill ffin. ter. The accident that cau.-cd Hai ti death oc. uind dining the attel iiooii and the y.nini; man he.l six bonis att.iwaid with a broken ha. k. lie is sill i .1 by hi.! pareli IS who live ill Kio-laliil. Mrs. Caroline Monvill. The fun. i a I of Mrs, t'aioiine M.,n v III. au' ,1 72. of Keweenaw Hay. who was- Poind .had n Monday by h.-r husband took pla e at 2 o-, . k this attrrnooii from the home of a fd-'ter of the deceased at Hollar I'.ay. services beiii- held at lb.- Hollar Hay Swe.li.-ii ihui.h and iutiiiiicnt at loiest Hill, .'i'-. Moiuill is survived by her lui--band and s. etal hildfetl. Minnesota carries many. 'Il'e bii; passellKcr S'e liner .MiliUe- Fota carried a number o" cppi-r eoiin tt v eople xv.delday for 'hicai;o and otb.r lower l..ki points when she bit lol.ae lake. Alilolijj tl'ose h'ayilli; were r. and Mrs. II. M. Sto.l of .'loiiL'hloii, I'iiiistein and Miss I'.iii-l.-!i I'imst.-in, Miss iai.s of ll,.ni;h o.n. Mr s, " i i f I i 1 and family of I'ain. s ,iiie. Miss lliiddlesione. Miss Tr.xar row. Miss H lothy llariis. Miss I'aul ii.c Lo,-!,, ,(,,. Mr. and Mrs. Cn.n of t'ahmet. The Anchor luir Tionita 'i-'i.d to Hcluth In. -i ml Mrs. I. L. rut bard or Houghton, .lames W im -ii-r of HoiiKhioti. Mis May and Henrue .rd lidward Coon i,r Hancock. Mi '. J .-. pli M. y i r and i hihi n of J. At Very Moderate Prices and complete an assortment Our values as well as our price persuaders: Leather Lined Genuine Call all Leather Lined Ladies' Club Bags from $4.50 -$12.00 Genuine Calf all Leather Lined Gents' Club Bags from S5.00 - SI5.00 Steamer Trunk, from . . $. t $:t5.(M Wardrnb, Hureau, Hat Trunks, all rtyhs. C.enuin Alligator and flenuin Hl.u k Seal la dles Wrist ItaKR. Sl.50 $125.00 our line before pur liiinlnK and romparo i-rlns. Harness 333-335 SIXTH Mrs. Louis j i'i J..--J l II i'ilillU uc .1. M. Cress Unm Height um-i t lu h.re r- ys ot Haiti--;elll o the i ! a pass, ii h Ti -n. "'a. idy ..I i'a;'i i .ira e. r- l ei'ii.-vh ai'ia i.iilioad. V 'th his. hi Lie il Mr. and Mrs. Thomas met t'i east In the t day it o.lii'iK. GUN FOR METER TAMPERERS. Elactric Light Company Goes After Those Who Are Cheating. The II. .unlit. .ii oui,ty Kl.-.-tri. Kljtht .o'ii.any I- ait'r ;il:.i'.-d taiu- H lIS Willi III,. . oil!t.lll 's no t. i. It is ilaimeil that many .e.. !e. r,..t oi:! in Houghton but in other t..,n- ..t" the lounty. tamper with the m t. rs and fU the leadings so that they l n-'i p. iv the full am. .nut to ll ...iopn eai h niolilh for the power they sn mo. Mi. ha. I Mmph was aii.-.-t..: isl.lilay iiti.l i. tiler w.iri:ii.is ai be i-su. .1, It is s lid. Mui pin re on .iuin. y street. It is said that Mui phe bt at meter with wins that weie so lie. led as (O ie.-ld tile fill flit an inst. ad f thr.uii;h the in. l r. company Is i,,.t you.- after li e al! pdlei.rs of p..w-r for the pulp..- p,Hii-hil.i; them, but w i-hes lo s i.h tin .iii.l The , i lllple ill I he In li. I I w ill lu.- a el y w ho, others who mh;ht he met. I M III ph v w as f. f, le Jusli. e l.itlle al.. I til.e and til. I..-I-. it this a. one . tie. I h. . 1 1 1 1 , i. d ouilty tie be- t . . : i WRITES OP SAILING TRIP. H. 1". Iccehe.l ; mailed on hyiiowelll f II oii-dt. II )." letti r :i..in 1 is s..n. J.'hn. Sunday at the ... k-'s t- o'tice at the J.att t),.. S,,o, t. :lit!; of t.o ti lp of llounhion b..ys. in. hidim' bims. If and i:-.y i'.h nah.in, arc m.il. in.L; In the Catnahan .lib r tio-n l',.it- ate lake to :o- t... The bo s W.le be. alm. d 12 h-.ur. on ,.n- ... , asi. n and on another had continual u.uk for 4S hours because ,.f a l:h:h wind 1 1 1 - y .lesir d to t il..- a. I. ant. Mr hy n..w. th .-. Is to i, , . i e his n. t ci.mmnhicat ;,.n fioin the : aft. r th. a 1 1 i vc at 1 1 1 K. COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT. The vill.ll'e Iloid it I'lMlla e.T,ir,t'. Tin- 1 IlIK, take Up tl for I i o , i j i , o v-i I'lal.klili and llaitinaii of t!. On.-ral Mali. i! .un, d of Hom;htoti w ill t- ,lu!-. in. et in:; tliis ...aid w ill. at this mo t. a- diMII--on ..I a plan a I.h n rtlot b. twe. 11 Hikoiah. " I . . i i ; . i . 1 1 r - i r , ' i t . 1 1 1 1 1 ; i 1 1 e add .;. f Hotels- of till- Houghton ' Inn.- i-oii,. i lv. Ml. lb- e l 1 1 i 1 1 !'. It in;; arcs at the mi, I, lie o .llt.l K'eotlic L'uh I t 'o. Mo l':e nritf. r tllooii: h-,.-s w ill I..- pr. sent Ihi i pr,, I to J .In e tl.llll- 1 1 e. t iii! . r.-i t i -lis a ml in ' tlio bio, ks. MAY VISIT MARQUETTE. Congressman II. lin Youruz ha1 rchised Maruuette friends that l'rc-i-ib-nt Taft may ist that city whih op his wa attend th.- M month. Wh pi. - i, bet s li ably w ill pn. hour in t hat the '. M. the ,pper foiintrv to . union hcl e II. V t it in. rury of t he 1 1 r r.-ed. it proi- top of several FUNERAL OF R. E. MOORE. The funeral of th. w hose ,ieatii nee urn H.. while he was U;is held y est i rday Ihe auspice-- . r th was well known in late K. I !. d at Hcadv visiting a at lletloi' lilks-. Mr the coppr .Moore. ....l. S. sister, , ii in I. i Moot- ciiin. try, ha in mad.- bin im s.-: tsit extending o, r a nund.er of .'. i h.-r tij the else II HilJlloll lltil who 'turned !-.-:nole. -li of Tralinjj; Requisities assortments stninn ik :is Comp'v ST. CALUMET. PROBATE PROCEEDINGS. Sumnijey ..f busita ss In Hoiuhtoli Toanty probate curt tor .tst we, k. Administrator ki'i'O i.ti d I-'f t'1 e-t He of l.oilis II. l:iehal.:.-oll. ! ' i-.l: bond lled at llfleeii Thousand t ,. i. mi.ii i) dollars. Ad;r.inistra..r ap..diitd for tl ' tale . f Jam. W . ii.-aer. deceased b. nd li.d at Thr- Thousand t$:t. .....ii.i ih da? s. Warrant and ln niory hi. .1 in th . , ,(.. .,f .M. ,i!. Tboindlke. ile. east.!. Warrant ai d Inventory fthd in th ..I' t ,n ' '1 liolli.iike. de- i...... I of . Im l Ulr.it. .1- .1 1 : 1 Letters ,,t Adui.liistrati. ii tlli.l in the . state l 1 . Ill I'l ae P. nhalh n. de. .-a sod too, r lll.l.oilltinir lime for lle.llillK , lam s, ,,!d. r I nulinu m Itl. im-tU of es tate .u d appointing ai'l iais. i" in the ,-t.,t,. of l-lii. ibeth fiae I'enhllle- i.....s. d- h.aiiac of claims N- v, n;b. r 2-rd, H'U. Hi titioi. t.-r Probate of Will .-state of I, 1. 1.. It la fe.iuit. dcie.is,-,!; hearing J a I v 27th. 1"11. Huid . ! Administritof and Iottcrs of Aduoi. tratioti til. d in the est. it- of Xufi.sla I 1 I e. dc ea--..l. Mi.br am .. inline tm.e for hearing , lam - . r.l. r limiting s.-tth mi lit ! . -tat. and appoiiitiiiy apj l., is. l iu th i v ite .1 Auvtist t luwo. .icc. as. d; Ir.ium .f la.n.s No.mber "rd. 111- I'. t.ti. n t l the Appoii.ticetit of Ad ministrator ha d in th state of John Ki.pl. .I...as-.d; h.ar.m,' July -7th. II. 11. His, liaise of Admin'.-ttator fhd in th, -tate of JoS. pl) Colin, do. eased. Hon. I if Administrator and letters wf A. tm. l... st! ation n:. d in uie i-siaie I'. I. r Hum:, .lecea-,-,!. IRON MOUNTAIN GOLFERS. W.ll Meet Portage Lake Players on Saturday. Tl..- it . inl.ir ..f the lion Mountain ..'f Club will fome to Hoiulltoil on tut.l.iy to m.ft the 1'ortai: Lake ali in a In. ndly mat. h on the local It t.d the party will -t i':hr men. and al i ane be.i.tr mad.- for their ciiter :i lloimhtoii. ts linn: C. H Moss won the spielal fourth . f July handiiap mat, h in the H.-uish- t. ii link--. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. 4,4,4 44. 4" li. w a ri I 1 11' ltul'ont. of Wilmington. lla--sisiant ;o m-ral iiianaoi r of tin--1 leXi niours I'ow ih-r conip.iiiy . nit .lopped oer at Houghton on Sunday on his way home from a trio to lu luth. lie was- met at the depot and .Ii'im ii to the powder plant at S.-nter. The in.pi.-st held lart -en:m; at the ..Mice of Cormier l.itlle in Ibiiiuhton. into the .hath i.f Jacoh llyttotV" "f ll.iiico. U. resulted in a verdict of at' eidi 1 1 1 . 1 1 ilrow nim;. Marl hit'.. licenses were Issued till -im riling by the county clerk to Will iam I.niu;e of Houghton nnd Mary Ju-s-ephiue iMarlowe id Kiphy. and t-i .I., eph Cyainati and Susan Saho nf Wolverine. Hi put y SherilT Vivian left t'oi iiiornino; f,,r .Newberry with a woman I ali, -nt. THE KING CAN DO NO WRONG, Neither Can He Ever Die, According to British Law. It is a curious point of Hritlsh lavr tbat tho kins never dies, or, to put It In another way, it would be useless for nny barrister to nrprue that tbe ruler's predecessors bave really died. Blnce tlio utmost the law will admit Is that there r- way bo a "demlso of the crown," iuenu 1 Ine. of fftiir. nlmnlv flint tlinrn hon .been a transfer of the royal authority I from ono person to another. I It Is n maxim that "the king can do jno wrotiK," and under the law he I would not be held personally responsi ble for any crime or 'tort" that he chose to commit at any time. At any rate, we nre assured by high constltu- Itlonal authorities that the luw nhould actually and literally be ho construed and that the statutes hold that any in Jury Lis majesty inlht inflict upon a subject must bo ascribed to the Ling's advisers. Oue thing fieems to be cer tain, and that Is that his majesty can under no circumstances whatsoever be arrested. Nor. moreover, could bis Roods be distrained or taken in execu tion should ho fail to meet his liabili ties. A fjualnt feature of Hritlsh law Is that In theory the king is present nt the law court at every sitting, though he might in jrolntof fact actually boon the continent or elsewhere. It follows, therefore, that it is Impossible to non uult him as plaintiff should he not put In an appearance when his case Is called, since the law specltlenlly states that the king Is there. In a similar MMise the king Is always constructively present Iii parliament, though he be In fact thousands of miles from his shores. Ills majesty Is under the law the nominal guardian of all Infants, idiots and lunatics, nud to blm is granted the sole right to print the Hlble, tho Hook of Common I'rayer and all nets of parliament la the United King dom. It hns been stated, furthermore, that should be so desire the king could forbid the printing of any or all of them anywhere within Lis dominions. Harper's. No Use. "This popular fiction Is all rot. In real Uf,, tlio girl's father eeldum ob jects to the man of her choice.- "You are wrong there. He often objects, but he's usually too wise to say any thing." ' tlf the i ost ,,f Nl.vv x.t iibiinl. ad vantaK. Is taken of the known route laker, hy the wh,,!,,, M th,.tr ,,.,vH1,s and tu ts ure nuccejafully Bet for them Memorial to Louisa M. Alcott Planned by the I . 4-.--'-v 'f,Ai-'-X'ri ."';,vo' '-' K . . ?vv 2ii'7K.. -f. -; A "a'--S Orchard House, formerly the lioiueof Iuls.i M. Alt uU, in Ctuiconl, N. II., is to becomo a irnmnent inenii.rial to her memory. The t'oncir.l Women's club has thu movement in charge, ninl thousands of girls all over the coun try who have loved Miss Alet'tt's stories ami the characters she created lire expected to contribute the sum of $S,000 needed to consummate the plan. In this house "Little Women" was written, und llttlo paintings and sketches bj Amy may still be seen upon tho woodwork lis some of the rooms. DISPLACING THE COMPASS. Instrument Which Indicates Geo graphic and Not Magnetic North. The II in UIM't ll needle is in danger of heinK ill:-placed. The lua v lu-l ie eolil- i.iss is easily di r. inv,eil. Hint is it - one yn-at disadvantage. Its rival l-i the gyro tompass. This device earries a i-oinpuss eard of Ihe ordinary description, .-mil Is placed Kiniilarly In the hiiiinu lc Tiie Hot Weather Hurls The Skin Poisonous perspiration causes r.i.di s, hue.-. Notches, pimples ami prh-U-V heat, i .It ill the hei;illllili); of -eliou:- kin (roiildcs. To wash away tlu jioTson entirely, apply a simple dilution known as l. I. H. I'lescl iplioll for i:c.em;. 1 1. I). I . is generally -old In Jl.un hotllcs. hut tor iTa- we call now give ymi ellolli-.h to liofi' that the very Hot drops ,-oolhe iml heal the intlamed :kln as nothing Ise can. - Vouch for the w lelfiil iop- ii lies of 1. I . I ., ,,r we know that it htiii4s instant relief for all kind; t skin irouhl". l-:.i.nle Hni- Store, .-. 1 1 1 St.. Calumet. Back to Nature A hen is not supposed to have much common sense or tact, yet every time she lays an egg she cackles forth the fact. A rOOSter hasn't got a lot of intellect to show, but none the less most roosters have enough good sense to crow. The mule, the most despised of beasts, has a pre sistent way of letting people know he's around by his insistent bray. The busy little bees they buzz, buiis beiiow and cows moo, and watch-dogs bark, and ganders quack and doves and pigens coo. The PeaCOCk spreads his tail andlsquawks; pigs squeal and robins sing, and even serpents know enough to hiss before they sting. But Man, the greatest masterpiece that Nature could devise, will often step and hesitate before he n ADVERTISE! Girls Who Have Read and heavy .li k is mounted within Hie ma il im- in a Irani, wot k lloatim; on inei -i ury in mh li a way that the di; 1; kept .ih.-oliitely Vertical .-Hid the axis hni -i.o nl. il. in a. conlin:; with Hi. Im. -m laid n h' l-'oiicault, the eminent r.cm h n i. ntlptf It Is orlsen y means i.f a small i-lectrli motor at Jii.imiii tiMiliition - a minute. With this Instrument the true c.eii I'laphical ami not the iiiamti.' north is indicated, while, moreover, it Is mt afl'e. l.-d hy the im tal in lhi ship a. is the ordinary uiagnetie r-oiniass. The gyro coinoass is the invention id soim Herman sceritist-i ami in Ihe land of Its ori-iiri exhaustive lest have proved It lo he ho reliable Ihnl it is now heiti; introduced Into the Herman navy. The Hriti h admiralty proposes to Hiihinit the invention to .-van hint; trials. The one obvious weak spot is Ihe rotation of the ili. k. Should this Tall below the critical sped it Would be come unreliable In operation, while I'l pcllderi. e Upon the electric motor n 'u-.ht aroii e rnisgiv ini's. T:ds Is riot the nr. t attempt to supplant the .-inch nt tompass, and whether It -will timet with nny r.realer measure of sia-ce s than other efforts in the .-inie direction time alone can sliuw. Newt want ada bring results. Loved tier atones. Fashion In Sacerdotal Guise. Mamie attended kindergarten at Christ church and was very much im pressed with her surrounding. "They ar' so stylish at that church," she ex plained to her mother. "Every morn ing two men come down to the kinder garten to say prayers, wearing black skirts and whlto overdress." Success Magazine. To Strengthen Rubbers. When the children's rubbers get bo that they Klip off tho heel, take a piece of strong, dark cloth and sew around inside of tho heel, letting the selvage come even with tho top, sew together over am! over. This will aW (strengthen the shoo and make It wear longer. Home Department, Na tional Magazine. Piles! Piles! Piles! Williams' Indian I'll. Ointment will turn HdniL, lilccdiiiK und I ti-liitiK I 'lies. Jt at pnrhs the tumors, nllays ltrhiriK At one, neiH rm a poultice, nlvcs Instant relief. Williams Indian I'll, Ointment ts pre pared for I 'lies nml lo hlmr of tho private p-irti. Hrm-flsls. mall !.oo ami fl.tw. WILLIAM! MHO. CO.. Prop., Cleveland, Ohio For Sale at Vastblnder &. Read, Su perior Pharmacy, Eagle Drug 8tor.