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THE CALUMET NEWS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 13lf. f Houghton Department TWO BUSY DAYS FOR VISITORS DETROIT HAS COMPLETED PRO GRAM FOR ENTERTAINMENT OF U. P. CROWD MEET ING HELD HERE. The cnt rt.i inni tit committee ap pointed by the Detroit Hoard of e-m-n i ce t care f.r the l'ppr IYnin-ula 3 l Kutlun hi thing in l trt.it Sept. and 7 has issued a villi I" Detroit l.usi-J-es-; hull to elce-orati; til' ir ost.lhll-dl- iiitiits, with tin- U",v of giving tho city a holiday npp aruni'f, sas tho Detroit Journal. 1 1 ri- Is thf program for the two tl.iys if entertainment: Wi iliiiv-tl.iy v ji) a. m., i..trty reach aoftittt of l-'ir.-t strf t mi steamer City f St. Uii.kt; a. in, otli. Sal wel come at thf city hall; a. m., re ception at Hoard of 'ommcrco rooms; 3 i. rn. hall game at I'.itnntt park; S p. m, take .steamer Stf. Claire fmni f 't of Woodward avenue; refrcsh ni t tit-, vicars, vaudeville. Thursday- i a. m., motor oar tI1 from lUianl (if e'oninierce, visiting tho plants of Chalmers ami Pai Kurd Au- tutnotn!.' compani--: j p. m., ball Riini" between Hoard nf Commerce and Northern Michigan eam:i at IMh Isle; S p. m., visitors leave for home Theodore V.. (ninly seer tary of tin Vppe r Peninsula lit lipmcnt bureau. of the it turn vl-it of -1 1 1 i 'ii busin i:.... ' .f C who is in that tho Northern Mle lias written the that thvn will hi Michigan nun on to Detroit. Tllesdiy Hugo lias return lie closed ; t:i. nun C o'll IlHTce i northern ers" cruise L'titllow of Detroit 1 from Menominee, w he-re contract with Mr. Quinhy for J.'i)') Unat which the upper pt n!n Mila eh-lcgatlon will use to head their parade when they arrive in m-trolt to he the. guests of the 'n inl of Com merce on the morning Sept. 6. The design of tho lloat is to bo kept a secret until tho mammoth construction appears In the streets. Its beauty, It i-i understood, will be unsurpassed, and hotii Mr. Hue-How and Mr. Wagner, his assistant, are working on It now. The Hoard of Commerce guests will bring with thern to Ietrolt the fam ous Calumet & Hecla liand and they trmnlso music for two solid days. The !:oanl of Commerce will have a band for tho reception, also. Indications int to sonn- imlse in the central part tho city the morning of Sept. C. Houghton County Delegation. Houghton county will s. nd fifty or more business, men and others on the excursion. A meeting was held l ist evening at tho Houghton e.'ub at which tin- copper country arrangement. were made. Anwn? tho.-x- in attendance were A. T. Huberts of Marquette. chilrman of the Detroit e xeur-ion tommlttcc; (-,. W. Mc('"riril k of Me Tioinlnce, a m mbt T of the committee; Th- ' dure K. Qiinhy, mar.at r of tar bur-.-ij and K A. Ilamar of Chass.-H, chairman of the Hmmhtnti county s.c tion c f the bureau's executive board. Missrs. .ol. its ari l M- '.if-iick came to Ifontrhton on tin ir final round up of the peninsula. The committee men had not received up to their ar- tlval ycstvrduy the assurances from lbu;hun county that had been ox M'vtod. The expected number of ex curMonhts from tin copper country had not materialized in tho form of clu cks jruurantct liiir the expenses of those who were colntr to take In (he trip. M ssrs. Roberts und McCor mick had toine inlMn; but these were n moved last nUht w hen the bu leau members JireH lit Ut the meet-itU- i;:ive tlu m a guarantee that thirtj peopln from llounhtoii county, the eoUIlt's allotted quota, Would bo In the party. They also were assured that this numb, r was only a. basis and that it undoubtedly would be swelled to over fifty. Tresld-nt fir cen of the bureau came over from Ontonagon an-l iU presided at the meeting. He suirncste.l that probably a roundup committee would lie lUbt and Hoper and the stigpes tl .n was adopted. I'resiib nt tlreeii tlnrtiipi-n name.' Messrs. W. V .Mil ler, J .hn T. McNamara, AV. C Douir- lass. C. A. M,n worm and H. A. IJticK as that committee. Tho committee will po nbout today and secure a list of the people who arc poln- to Join in the excursion. The excursion to Detroit from tin tinner Peninsula Is the outcome of the excursion to the upper peninsula by the D- troit r.oar.l of Commerce dur ing the present summer, 1iilo the Dctroitcrs were beini? entertained here President MtUae of the Detroit board barned of the organization tf the Vp-1-er Peninsula Development bureau and he sugsjeste.l that the bureau orunn l.e an excursion for n return visit to lvtrott. The surest ion was adofited and the excursion arranged. DEFENDS TAX COMMISSION. Same MethoJ Appbed in Evary Coun ty Says Shields. Statu Tax i .imiiiissioi e P.bert II. Shields of II uiitin. who heme from I.Piisins, says U it if there Is a contin uance of the a Packs on lo tax coin i isioti he w!li o to I.an&i. g and ad tiiess the Iiio'i" in the r .n. mission's mfiiise. lie r.s that thr ciimnils sii n ai rived at its cash v-nation 11k utrs aecor-iii'R to what ti e commission considers the only just and equitable i."thod. And he asserts t? ir;tits of the commission r tlie commission favored Hi ty ;is against another he some remarks In fore tho i . at if the nly that coun l make alizatlon personal interview with either the buyer or tteller or both. So that icsult Is fairly accurate. '"In the whole Mate over 200,io0 transfers were examined. In Wayne county over ten thousand transfers were examined and verified. Yes, I notice that (!eorne Ird of Ivtroit j Koing to make our llgures bnik rl.licu lous and is even 'going to call u spe cial session of the legislature unless he gets 'Justice. Well, Mr. Lord ought to have started sooner. The fact 1 that two. thirds tf the work done In Wayne county was done while Mr, Iord was secretary of the tax com mission but he didn't say an thing against the method then. Perhaps he dltln t know he would represent Wayne county at tho time . 'In regard to the valuation placed n Houghton county, personally I wish It could be shown that the mines are worth two hundred million Instead sixty million. There may be individual instances In Mr. Pinlay's appraisal that may lie shown to be incorrect, but on the whole I think It Is impregnably prepared. As a matter of fact the whole state was never so carefully ami scientifically appraised before and If Is not surprising if the result shows that there have been many lncquall ties. ' "From what I glean In y,te of the lower state pipers It would look as If an effirt is being made to combine Wayne and Knit counties and the iron country since each of these districts has a member on the state board of equalization and could then control tin board. I know personally every mem ber of that board and I do not think for a minute that such a combination could be effected, although I will admit similar log rolling has been done in the past. 'Some of the representatives from certain counties are so anxious to make a 'showing' that they are leav ing no stone unturned to discredit Mr. FInlay's rejxirt. Put they are simply pla.xlng with fire and are mak ing nrgnmeT'ta every d ly for a ton nage tax. FINED $20 FOR ASSAULT. board that will be little short of sensa tional in their tenor. Commissioner Shields does not In tend to go li.uk to the equillzatlon board meeting unless he believes his pros r.ce is necessary to defend the ton iision. ! ft induing the value of the property in the state the tax commis sion applied the same method in every ounty regardless of whether the re ult would be favorable or unfavor able, to any county or to any indi i.linl." says Mr. Shi Ids. "This method is simple. We simply take from the records of the various registers of deeds In every county a list of all property sold during the past three years, noting carefully the considera tion In each instrument. The amounts' assessed against these various proper tics are obtained from the tax rolls. Thi n the per cent Is dc t rmined and applied to the- assessed valuation e.f the townships In each county, the result fciving the actual e.r cash value. If a i.'eed shows the consideration to 1... .n l.ir the transfer Is 'verified" by a Charged With Throwing Rock at Man Taking Girl Buggy-Riding. Krik I-inri was arraigned before Justice Little yesterday afternoon on a charge of assault and battery, and was fined twenty dollars and costs. The ceimplainant was Victor Tuutant. who claimed that on the night of Sat urday, August 12, he was taking a girl for a buggy ride, and Just east of the Douglass House was held up by Iiurl, who criticized him for taking his girl away from him and wound up the ar gument by throwing a rook Into the buggy, hitting Toiitant. The next day Lauri sought to have a warrant Issued for the arrest t Toutant, which when the circumstances were learned, the judstlce refused. Toutant later on made complaint against Laurl whose hearing was set fer yesterday after noon, and resulte-el in his be-lng fine d twenty dollars A short time previous ly Lauri had been arrested in Han cock on a charge of assault and bat tery committed In a Hancock saloon, and after a chase to Ite-drlelge by the leolice was breiught back and fined. DIED AT TRIMOUNTAIN. ARRESTED ON CHARGE Of FORGING NAME ON CHECK SHERIFF ARRESTS JOSEPH MARIA, WHO IS BOUND OVER. Man It Accused of Forging Endorse ment and Cashing Check. Sheriff Dyers yesterday arrested Joseph Mai la, a boarding house keeper it Isle llojule on the charge of forging in endorsement on a Totiopa.li dividend check for forty hdlars, paable to Capt. James Itiscymbe of lluroiitown and cashing the cheek at the store if N. A. Met In Ham-tick. Maria was ar- lalgncd before Justice Little yesterday afternoon and bound over for trial at the September term of circuit court The check was mailed from Poston to Captain Itlscombe July 23, and through a clerbal error addressed t box 3a7 f the Houghton postottict instead of 3tt, Captain Dlse-oinbe'.' box. Failing to receive his check Capt.' Fiscemlie wrote to Hostoii and was Im formed that the cheek had been sent as stated above, ami that it had been cturncd prolKrly endMrsed. snerirr Hyers found that the man who had received the check had com to the store of X. A. Motz and cashed it. receiving four dollars worth of goods and the balance in minify. Th man had stated that he had bought the Tonopah stock at 2. which aroused the suspicions f the clerk at the store-he-cause Tonopah had tu-ver sold above 2. lle however, took the cheek and leposlted It In the course of the day's business. Sheriff Deyers -found that Maria's postoflice box was No. 307, and yes terday made the attest. Maria subse- liiently breaking down nnd making a onfesslon. He- ndd the sheriff that em the day of receiving the check he had fallen In with some companions and had started on a drinking bout In Ilan- Hk. Kxhaustlng all his ready funds It had occurre-d to him to cash the he k. She riff Hyers has a. great deal f sympathy for Maria, who Is a hard- rklng man with a wife and family four children, and the sheriff will isk for leniency for the culprit. It believcil that the man In his sober senses would never have thought of committing the forgery. MORE WOULD BE CITIZENS. Applications for sceemd citizenship papers to be acted upon at the Xei- embe-r term of court have be-eti lib-d y tho following pe-rson: Constantino DcVe-chio, Italy, resides Hancock, ar rived Now Ye.ik Feb. 1S37. John 1). lone,, Italy, Ilaltlc, Ne-w York, etoher 90.". Thomas Hancock. Knglaml, Cal umet. New York April 1SS4. Joseph Rasper, CSermany, I.aurltim, New York June 1S70. Jacob Xedun, Russia. Iiiur- lum, Paltlmore, Feb. litdfi. John Me- Caskell,' Canada, liurium. Sim, July 1S!)0. John McDonald, Canada, Mur ium, Port Huron. August. 1SS2. 'ft. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. ; J. 4. .;. ij. .j. 4. . pi, .j. .. j. .j, fi The funeral of James Tonelll, of Triineaintaln, who died yesterday, was held this morning from the Atlantic Catholic church, Itov.Fr. liichter offi ciating, and interment tes.k place In Forest Hill ce-mctery. Tone-Ill was r.ti years of age and leaves a wife: nnd family In Italy. U. S. Department of Agricultura WEATHER BUREAU Y1LUS L. MOORE. Chiet v 1, v , x v A .. - X r".'J 1 1 1 r T L . W .J- I If V ' 1 n likn l M m . rnlr flfih mirl1ain tliria r rom.Duo.i- ImM, iw tl.maari iwmlaot UH .r Imithowi, nr ilnttMl Im. pM-ehnmh noint.nf ennit tmn prrmtatn. i, vili l.trn .f. i, f,,r If rJ rating. 1K ,,dil, '. I Ht'Kio,linii.H.i.f . vi.fr; Q lr, peinlr elood,i Q Vo,. (ty,,. Qnnow, (r.wn bw,m. ArrrrM fl, .ih Oi wlt.-l 1 - . eitcnr. lominalnr. aMonit ' 3 l.nmr ri.itif.ll. If Ii ,,Mi. ,i,tfc, n,lf J Vln .ui, , Miifm ytn huur ur ai.tr. , - Stations T'T'r'f j Wind. . i U Stiito of i tx '-. Wcatticr. f V . ' 'J t w f C it " j j j j j g Ss u L 53 Upena ,....:, r;4 pt. cidy 4 o JJufraJo C8 pain m. j, .70 Chicago ....;. f, Cloudy n 4 0 ribitH ....4 r.2 Cloudy sw 12 0 IscAnaLa ..r4 f.6 Cloudy sw 4 0 jreen Pay ,.f,2 Vloudy N la u Moughton fio Clear w f. 0 ilarguetto ..fH fto Cloudy s 4 fl "'t. Paul .....'j ',2 Foxy sw 4 .01 ; Fran, ...r.f) r,o Cloudy sv H u v .tfilngton 6" CS Cloudy w 4 .22 V nntpef ,,,tO Zi Cloudy nw 8 0 Local oflH.. r. s. w.ather Ilureau. Iloijghton, Mleh., Aug. l'jii. Forecasts Till 7 p. m. Saturday: Copper Country. Increasing cloudi ness will, probably slunve rs tonight or Saturday. 1'pper Mieliigan: Not received. Lake Superior; Moderate southeast to south winds. Weather Condition. The high pre ssure area ) ecrean- -l greatly In extent and I. 1 : h. now ve rlng the. central plains - lates. The lew area ne.teel yesterday over Has- katehewan Is moving Southeast ward, be ing netw ce ntered e.ve-r North Dako ta ; showers have resulted over Mlnne Mita ami Wisconsin. A storm of con side -rsble energy has developed since yes'i-day over the Iwiwer Iakeii and fhi.. 'llfy; causing heavy rains at Tokdv, Uuffalo and Pittsburgh and the . A Ohio nar- showe rs from the memth of Itlver eastward to the Caet row sfriri of high barometer lies along the entire Atlantic Coast and fair weather is general throughout the South. Pressure conditions are unset tled on the western Hecky Mountain Slope and In the Southwest nnd show ers havo occurred In New Mexico nnd Texas. The barometer is again rising over the Pacific Northwest. The storm area over the Dnkotns nnd Manitoba, as it moves eastward, will cause un settled, cloudy weather In this vicinity elurlng the next 36 hours; there may be showers tonight or on Saturday. Mod crate southeast to south winds are In dicated. ir. n. cowdricr. Official In Charged Classified Ads bring results. F. M. Crows of Nashville is in Houghton on a busine-ss visit. Mrs. W. D. Calverly left yesterday afternoon for a visit to Chicago. Judge W. H. Cray of Inke Linden was a business visitor in Houghton yesterday. k Mr. and Mrs. K. West nnd Mrs. We-st's mother left yeste-nlay for Chi cago for a visit with Mrs. Arthur Rrelwltz. Mr. and Mrs. F. W.. O'Neill returned to their home at Milwaukee yesterday after a visit with friends in Houghton ami Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Stewart of Ran sas City arrived on the Juniata 'thl morning for a visit at Houghton nnd are n-glstered at tho iVnugiass House Marriage licenses have been issued o Anton Zele and Mrs. ifrsula Zor man of calumet and tn Frederick W. Jreve of p.rooklyn. N. Y., and Florence Km bin of Calumet. The Pere Marepiette of the Port Hu tern line was In port yesterday after noon westbound, and the lakeland o "if same ime peing lie-re nil tlie morn ing the stree ts Tif Houghton We-rc filled with tourists the greater part of the lay. 1 o- isoys ciun or itotignton js ar ranging te give a dance at the Citizens bank hall on the evening of September 1. An effort Is being made to dlse-oun le-nanco me practice . greatly In vogue of tilling up programs in advance the dance, so that many young men are left on the night of the party with ery limited choice of purtners. Attorney und Mrs. James Fiedler and children of Mineral Point, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Whitney. The contract for furnishing theunl forms for the Painters Union, to he worn In the Labor elav parade has been given to the Chicago store. The member of the Thursday nf ternoem club were entertained yester elay afternoon by Mis. Charles Strobel to a hayrack ride to the Struhel farnn At the C.race M. K. church Sunday morning, W, J. Cratian, organ expert will preside at the organ. Mrs. Lelg'h Townsend of Ypsllantl will sing a so lo in the morning and Miss Kthcl Chellew In the evening. Mrs. Poe-ahemtas Homl of Detroit Is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. iZ. P.. Coombe. Mrs. Pond Is supreme r'prese-ntative of the Pythian Sisters, and last evening was tender eel a surprise by members of the Hancock and Houghton lodges. The freighter Duluth loaded with copper at the Oulney smelts this morning nnd discharged freight nt the Copper llange. The boat is west bound. The Juniata, with passengers and freight, made Its regular schedul d stop at Houghton this morning, laden as usual with a big crowd of tourists. Dr. H. O. Walker a well known De troit physician who has been visiting his son, Supt. Walker of the Mass mine, for the pagt few weeks, paid a visit tvi the hospital at Trlmountain this wee k. Dr. Walker was loud In his praise of the Institution and Its eepilp ment, stating that It was without a peer In the upper peninsula. TORCH LA K1ii REVISED LIST OF TEACHERS SUPT. LEE ANNOUNCES NAMES OF HIGH SCHOOL AND GRADE INSTRUCTORS. EVER WATCHFUL A Little Cart Will Save Many Calu met Readers Future Trouble. Watch the kidney secretions. See that they liavo the amber hue of health; The discharges not excessive or In frequent; Contain no "brlek-dust like." sedi ment. Doan's Rldney rills will do this foi you. They watch the kidneys and euro them when they're sick. William Oray, 123 Amygdaloid . St., Lnurlum, Mich., snys: "I can say that Doan's Rldney pills are the best kll ney medicine on the market. My kid neys were disordered and the secre tions not only passed Irregularly, but contained sediment. My back ached constantly and there were other symp toms of kidney complaint In evidence. Nothing helped me until I used Demn's Kidney puis. They restored me to rood health and thus convinced me of their merit." For sale by nil dealers, price f.O cents. Foste r-Mllbnrn pn.. iinfrni,. New York, solo agents for the United States. Hemombor the name Doan's and take no other. Supt. II. D. Lee of tho Iike Lln- deii-Hubbell public schools, who is at lire-sent in Ralamazoo, has forwarded tlie revised list of teachers for the lo- al scheieds for the coming term. Tlie list follows: H. D. Lee, Superintendent. High School. II. C. Marvin Principal and Math ematics. Miss KIsa Deiwner Latin and CJcr- man. Miss Jennie Owens Commercial. Miss Cleantha Parke? Domestic Science. Miss Ioulse Hollon History. Miss Sarah Sutherland English. R A. Hollister Science. Miss Florence Paton Kngllsh and Mathematics. Washington School. Eighth grade Miss Anna Steffes. Seventh grade Miss Ida Koepel. Sixth graiio Miss Klla Loary. Fifth grade Miss Ida Hagen. Fourth gradeMiss Susan Ople. McKinleyBuilding Sub Primary Mrs. Anuabelle Jone Sub Primary and first grade iMiss Sarah Mc Donald. First tirade Miss Irene Pe-rso. Second tirade Miss Eglantine Sav ard. Third tirade Miss Mary Peck. Cleveland School, Hubboll. Thlrel tirade Miss Susie Leiiz. Fourth Oracle Miss Mary Reno, Sixth and Seventh Orndes 'Miss Henrietta Ionz. Eighth Orade Miss Anna Pope. Lincoln School, Hubbell. Sub-Primary Miss Mabel Closs. (First Orade 'Miss Hose Kaufman. .Second Orade Miss Joslo McLaugh lln. Incline School. Miss Mary Schenk. Section Thirty School. Miss Dinora Lebe-ault. Special Music Te-ichcr Miss Ann; Daly. Special in Drawing Miss Orace Lam me. H. C. Marvin, the principal of the high school, Is a former teacher etf the Kalamazoo Central High school; graduate of the Kalamazoo College nnd the University of Chicago with a H. S. degree. Mr. Marvin Is prepared to teach mathematics, having special Ize-d In that subject. He nlso Is an ath h te and will act as coach for the local high school boys In their athletic events. Miss Sarah Sutherland Is a graduate of the University of Michigan and has a A. H. degree. Miss Hollon was grad uated from the University of Michigan. also with an A. it. degree. M.r. Hollls tor, who will teach science. Is another graduate of the University of Michigan and like Principal Marvin has a 11. S. degree. Miss Susan Opie is a graduate of the I-nke Llndcj high school and State Normal Cedlege, and for the past two cars taught at tho Wlnonn srimni Mr. Lee states that the outloe.k for a very successful year Is splendid, and that ho Is looking forward with pleas ure to the opening of the next term. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee will probably return home next week. NO MORE SUNDAY MM FOR LAKE LINDEN-IIUBBfLLI OFFICIAL INFORMATION RECEIV ED BY POSTMASTER AMESSE. Sunday Mai Pouch on St. Paul Tram to Be Discontinued. According to Information received bieluy from the postofllco department by Postmaster John Amesso of Iike Linden there will bo no more Hunduy mall here. The Sunday mall pouch coming in from Channlng on the St. Puul train over the Copper Itange rail road will be discontinued. Owing to tho fact that there w ill be -T FOR SALE BY DUNN BROS. trltious lunches. According to her system two girls from the otllce and no Incoming mail, there will be none to shop force take charge of the lunch have the local olllee Sundays. ISusi-ne-ss men are requested, therefore, to have Important week-end letters mail ed before 7 o'cloc k Saturday night, ns the mail at that hour will go to Calu met over the Copper llange and out of there over the South Shore. The news of no Sunday mall will be satisfactory to tho employes of the lo cal olllces, the same ruling applying to Hubbell. The clerks will have the pleasure of enjoying their Sabbath the same- as other people and will not be ompelled to stand behind the screens tnately e-qual amounts) ami the and hand xiut mall to hundreds of po- le each Sunday. room for a week at a time. T lies.- Lin. -t oi.ly cook and serve the lunches but they plan the menus and buy thu supplies. In round numbers $l.o00,'..oo,0oo of ii'.e-icun bonds are marketed every ear and almost nil of them h.k through the hands of American bond houses. Of this Jl.r.etn, OOO.Oiii) of bonds one-tblnl Is absorbed by Insurance companies, savings banks, trust com panies nnd other batiks (In n mi. n-- WEDDING LAST EVENING. Lake Linden Youna Ladv Becomes Bride of Calumet Man. The weildlng of Miss Anna Pillion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oee.rge Pil lion, or., 01 jjiiKo iiniien to iienrv .owery of Calumet, was solemnl.i-d 1st evening at the parsetnago of the St. Joseph's church. Itev. Fr N .T ii.ij iiioiici omciaung. 1 ne ceremony mainlng two-thirds by corporations (for 're-serve, etc.) and by private In vestors in this country and abroad. Moody's Magazine, Mall Is to be carried from London to Windsor by aerial post, the letters Inteneled for such a method of trans portation being placcel in special boxes. Letters may be sent to any destination via Windsor, if the sende r desires, the aeroplane staff being responsible lor the mail from the time the bags are taken by the aeroplane until thev are. was witnessed by a number of frie nds given in to the postal oilk-lals at WIikI- f the young people, The bride was attired In a becoming! gown of white serge nnd carried bridal roses. She was attended bv her sister. IIss Del vlna, who wore white messa- Ilne silk. Edward Pillion supported me groom. Mr. and Mrs. Lowery will make their home In Calumet sor. The experiment is to be for a limited length of time, nnd the mall airships will be in the hands of a well known aviator. A similar test is to be. made In France. TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. uASY TO LIVE WITH. "She was easy to live with." said a woman, speaking e.f a ilster-in-Iaw whose rcr:it death she mourned. At f.rst thought the words sound common I lace enough, but, as one considers them for a moment, they grow Into a Ponderous eulogy. It is the everyday wear and tear that rakes tho heaviest demands upon friendship and character: the grand One may be J. u. Donation of Duluth, district manager for the Modern Samaritan lodge. Is a business visitor In town The Misses N. Olenny of Marquette occasions of life are few ana j. Keuyler of Hancoc k were I a hero in some race crlsl., one may 1 guests of Hubbell friends yesterday. a fclnnt in Intellect, a genius in creative ino store of Mrs. Surprenant of ability, nnd yet fail utterly under itm lamarack t tty has been moved from strain of daily association nnd com. ii luime-r locution in mo 1 loneet te 1 mon n,.iu v.,n,. v,,. 1 1.... I x -""ii) i imu mm genius, nuiioing to mo uurnow structure. known to the world as such nn.i -iih Mrs. M. Toplon and children nnd 'nine shlnlmr afar, has nrove.l wo,-f,.iivr nor sister, airs. .m. urn it or New York Fiard to live with nn.i m.nie ,.viaL.,. city, have returned from WJhlte City where they spent the pust eight weeks njoylng an outing. About twenty-five friends gathered 1 me nome 01 Arinur Treioar one evening this week when they sur prised the young man. It was the 22nd anniversary of his birth and the evening was a most enjoyable one. i pcomfortable for all wh must share his roof nnd endure his moods. Lasy to Jive with! Think what that means of patience and self-control, of Jusilce and kindness, . cf unselfishness and generous sympathy. No self-centered spirit. Intent upon Ms own Inter cuts nnd pleasures nnd Jealous of Its own lichts. can bo case to live with Oamos were played, musical numbers Lw one who Is careless of the feelings BAWDEN FUNERAL TODAY. The fune ral of the late Capt. ftdwarcl Haw den of Lake Linden was held this afternoon, with services nt tho resi dence, In e hnrge of Ttov. Jesse Povey of Chassell. and Interment In tho Maple Hill cemetery. enjoyed and luncheon served. i ne steamer uareia w ill carry an other large crowd from here to the rnnal next Sunday. Tho boat left the local docks two weeks ago with over 100 passengers aboard for that pop ular resort. Capt. Werner states that the life saving crew will give an ex hibition Sunday afternoon, HERE AND THERE. HI'IRE AND THinu-1 A report from Lynn, Must!., announ ccs that the police of that city pre to hi provld-l w'tli clubs rinde of paper in plea el of illusory. The pew cl ibs will be harder, tougher and more durable 'hn the j Id. In a new diree'ie-n, then. piper is to tf.ke the place of w-od. Nijnl V vgc rod's hlstorl.; fair lu.s of late been showing a rac"i'hl traa:. nation of character. Ths old slht .of gnat consignments of leather, cloth, te-a and drie-d fruit changing hands In bulk Is gefMncr more nni more rare 1 r.e lair nss-.imes with c.icl: year r ore nnd more th3 character e.f a rctn'.-z-vour of diUMiners who sell by samples. !-r.iu:e!n I-iuiine Wom-.r .ca-'ln? a movement In Germany to i'c;;;it.e nV CliM to do ctmpulsory ii i"j tic serv ice, ;ust ms 'ht young mr 1 do conpul- sorj military service. A bl-l recently ir'ioiiuce-ii bi congress piobl?s for t Vitnestlc science bureaj In connection with the department of ngrjt tilt are ami alsei proposes that domt-St'c science slnll be taught in all puo J: fch ols. and wishes of others, and determined always to claim tho right of way, no one who is sulky and hard nnd easily e ffended can bo easy for others to live with. The frets and worries of the day, the wills that cross, the d.-mnnds that seem needless, the disappoint ments that thouhtfulnesa might have averted all these must be touched by Rome wondrous alche my of love In one wim wins, through long years, that encomium easy to live with. Ticker and Tick-Tack. The Oertnan saloon proprietor was bemoaning tho fact that an Irish riv al was getting most of the business of the neighborhood. 'You're not progressive enough. Hans," n customer told him. "Oil- hooley got you b -at a mile. That sin In his window, 'Ticket inside,' alone draws a lot of business." The next day the Dutchman's win dow blossomed out with a blir slcn. "Ticker inside." The same customer soon onme in and cxuressed his nn- proval that Hans was thus 'getting wise" to the requirements of tho busi ness. "Put where Is the ticker," ho asked. hioklng around expecting to see a stock tape. "De-re iss it," said the Dutchman sol emnly, and ho pointed to tho clock. Exchange. Advertise !n The News for results. Adtertlso In The News for results. Miss Helen Ilasse, the German writ er who has Just been malinjr a tour f this country, ejeclnros th i America n;9 the best c'resse-d women In the ec'ild. Accordirg to Miss Iiat.se only the we. men of l-e upper clam-s in the other countries of the worli make any tempt towarl dressing becomingly end keeping In touch wit 1 the fashions. In the United States she found that the mr.nrlty of women In ah classes (rested tashlor.ubly. and in ood taste. :UaaLj I 1 1 .WM - M - 1 111 W.f!...J III nemoccling the big Pocnni'.co Hills homo cf John D. Rockefeller, which IsJ now under way, will cost more than f l.noo.000. The work will not be ompleted for more than a year. The lteratlrr.s will give ten ;icw guest nn tubers on the two upper tloors at a I cost of 1100,000 each. The lesldence croups the summit of Kykult II I II. the highest peak In the great Itockefeller btate at Tarrytown, N. Y. Miss Oalt, the welfare secretary of a ;nige commercial firm In Inulsvllio. Ky., teaches sh ip girls how to de their own cooking besides supplying the em- Idoyc-f ct her firm with client and nu- Insurance Claims can be realized for the full amount of the policy only when all records, books and papers, etc., requested by adjusters are submitted. A Slobc Cattwcl Safe afTords protection to papers that are rot in themselves insurable, but which are frequently In demand after a fire. We are Uiog esanta for (bit city. MINING GAZETTE COMPANY , CALUMST AND HOUGHTON.