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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PAGE TWO. SEASON CLOSES SUNDAY. i THToughton Department SECOND DAY OF GREAT C. C. FAIR ANNUAL EXPOSITION IS BETTLR AND BITTC THAN EVER BE- FC CEAT CROWDS f c,SENT. The ninth ual Copper Country ' . ,r, u - au..pic of the H-ugh- - . O . xrtcultural Association. a tr.rown open to the public at one oiili yeMerday uft.rji..n. It uas I.t-t until t-vtiifDtr. however, that the I . jl-.io turrud out 1 n force, fl'-lii;; the i:::u-..ti An i-lrome. and oertlw i?. irUu the t-t1.tr display Kited and t: e 4.rc-ur.Js The altnn tmim fclven t :. the fl.iv the l-est t-vi-r m - t r-J f -r a f ir l.-re anJ all rtiaJr a hl5 hit, th aits being new ail !.'. 1 the f t-rf urmer. t th human and m..j!, vu!.r.:r.g nu:ii.as::e i.t T.- tra.r.ed pais ..f (.'a; tain iawJ w-r;drrfu! Sr.:--;.. . I-r-f -rr: ir.r fr it --mindly impossible to : :.r t hn.i.n t--:n. I'.- i.m and .Ar?:o with th lr tr.i z- an 1 acr-b.i'.- ..v'".'. tri- .n t.V ms iv-s n.l c-rth e i-r: - i..iTrd fr a-lm-ssion ; Iry .--- t f.-. ar. J th- H.r ram 21 .rs :u t:.:r Tt-fi.l p-stanr. and Cu:.--i:-c -.r.tnt-i.tJ t-. the pb-asure i.'.J rn-ert of t!. f-'u-v. A f-uturr . 're n-.rt:r.ens cVi.rt- r-.t-r.t i the caTi.j-'.r.ir .-ut.-.t u.--.l by l-l. average R.tr.if. E'zie Ingram an J four other Jl-ake r. g; Uu .kht.-.n rr.-n -n thir annl tanip ir. tr.i fish'.r. t r :; C n-r I-ike and the Sturifeoti R ag FINE SWEET CORN HERE. John Mann Find Big Dtnvand for Cop pr Country Product. John C. Mann, j roprlcti. r of the Delight House is of the opinion that a. brilliant future 1 open to the top per c ntry fanners In th tU hi of torn iltivatlon. Mr. Mann l-.s ra!vi onsiOVr.tb'.e rn at the Manntltle farm this ).;ir, principally tir the use t.f his hoi, 1, tut lie U.t h.t.l t'idi"n to -nd Kiiiiit . to other interested and deep ly were they Im pressed vith its 4Ualtlti-i that be has reveivtd n.any orders. As he 1 un able to fUl the. he projHiM s In make an effort t Interest oth f.ruur In the matter. Mr. Mann recently fr.t a few ears of c--n t May Ii--lon, the aotr-.- that ai-iared at the K -m-de theater. and jhe ft.Ul in a reply expre.s:n h r thank, that she luol n tr tatd any corn to compare with it. ahh.aiKh hi-r husband had for years conduct! a uioi.tn or two The ter.t., can-H-s, -ook in? ut n- t-':. tu.U . c-l, f.shir.tr t.u-kie. and - t ryth:r. poir-ir " niake u; a mini! c;imj) are on exh-iti-'n and ;ttr.'.i i.-,u h att'-ntion. Th- fNh :: : the k! as tank is c-impo-t-. and fiud'-.x mmc i l-nJi-J t-i irn.-r.. of si '-d anl rair:b.c trout, n'-k a,. pi- ! h fturpon pike, Kra Ki.:. a. In t.i every vari't of tin'iy r-atu tf be found in the stream or lakes f the copper country. A ;ik- in one corner rontains a live deer, and nioun' -l tipe irru-ns are in evidence, work of cop'ter country taxid - Th '-uslneyu booths are exce. attractive In most Jnstan' tl . the Iakeidde I-loral tonipany. which is ai the end c-f the hall faring the en trance and at the head of the most Koutherly row of exhibition booth. It is of wild milax. amr.n whih in the top urn wattered scores of small in candescent bulb. Tile feature of the llfplay 1 a collection of bulb of hya tlnth, tulip, daffodil, riarcissu. JYo hln, and other imported Tom Holland and J-Yanee. n conslnir r' of l-."."') bulb having been re ei n Monday last by Manager York o. 1 Iike.ide company. A number of vi ; attractive and ar' if woven basket are also Jnclud. I 1 the display. The booth of io:uu A; Se ln-r head th- northern lovv of both and 'a in exhibit of butter and other product. of this bit; local concern. Yesterday morr.intc several carload of fine c-ittb were rceived. in lu-limr two :ir froin IJwen, with Sh--t t fiorii" i.nd H dMcitis bel-mtiifji; to e-r l:urn( Hat.'b i.i and S.iiix-; on,- .arlo.td containing tw- burro arnl '.m- t'oats, from IiN klir.-l ; oro car from T:'o it re-k, f n the i'arroil farm, with a farm in New Knthmd. The n'ords of the upper h ninsula experm.t ntal s-t.ith-n at t'hatham shovt that the Menomlrie suar beets ton tain four or Jive i r cent more Fu.ir lYeat than tliot-e trrown els. where and Mr. Mann i of the opinion that the soil and tlimale contain nior- of the sweet io! titi;erits -f plants than do the soil and irnate -f !v r Mkhitran. An . thr feature whk-h h l-s copper coun- rn t- c ell that tron else where i the lil.k-lh of the J..;is.-n. It is timatd that corn rpuirc.s at least twenty da ? lon.-r to mature in the copper country than In other yic'i'ilis-, but reeor- show tliat the Ii--st kih. fr-.st from the i is from twenty to thirty than in latitude of ( "bioa k and IiAr Michigan, is it may s--n. This makes to i- k o-rn In the iiipper r it has ripened and tiie market in other 5aS later t-o Milwa; p.rdoxi--al ST-iC LIBRARY EXHIBIT. Will Be at th Houghton Library On Wetk From Next Fnday. The library exhibit from the Mate . -rary in connectl-m with the library .ion of ti:e 1'pper I'eidnsuhi Teach--nv.ntioii will be at the Houghton a week from next I-Yiday, ( ".. The library ue t ion meeting n ft f a. m. Miss !ina Ly man and Mr, riudren Thorn e Thonip-s-ui will be present and deliver pain-rs and addresses on child training. Miss Lyman has f-r a tiumUr of ear Un identifb-d with children's work In hl at;. and ha published a book on "Story Telhi r What to Tell and How to Tell It." Mrs. Thorne-Tfiompson is a member of the faculty of the Uni versity of Wisconsin, and her topic will 1e "Educational Value of Teachers Literature." Mis Lyman will peak oil "The "ree-l of the Story Teller," 'tu'-rnsey cattle and shp: one car fro-u h- ;nri farm in ontona-on inif 'I-d.-telri cattle ami s1u--p, end two . ii Si-h,aw and Topez. with J -s.-y cattl" an-1 shot p. The cattle d play is in charge as usual of M. J. Finnegan of Winona nnd i boused In i r.e of the former Swift warehouses, recently acquired by the fair manage ment. Another of the buildings con tain: the poultry display, w hi h com pris.-y some line Sn-i irm iiH and is more umplete than at any previous biir. Final Trips of International to Whit City at Entry. Th steamer International will makf It list regular trip !ctwtn llt.n.h ton and the White t"ity,'Scn lay. when the season of the rccort at the entry wh'l come f a close, after a imt successful "summer. The lnttrmition.il viu run on cx eursion t.-ni.-rr.m' to the wr.s'k of the MiTrianJ, In ord r to afford j rsoi fiom a distance, attending lh county fair, an opportunity a vec the f.n.ou urxt lYLlay morninp the International will run from lN.rtaso l.lry ti the Copper Country lalr.to accommodate Jacobsville p-ople, who will take a pent ral holiday H that day, closing their schtol and store and taking a dy off. ( . w MRS. J. C, HODGSON PASSES. Funeral Services from Residence To morrow Afternoon. Mrs. Abbie A. Hodgson, wife of John Hodgson, died at the family resl dt nee t n idlege avenue last evening after a protract J Hint s. Kuncrul service will le ht Id tomorrow after noon from the residence and will be in t barge of Rev. William Reid Crow. recti r of Trinity hurt h, w ith inter ment In Forest Hill cemetery. Mrs Hodgson was a native of Kees- ville, N. Y., and was brn sixty-eight ar ag. In IsOTi. she became the I ri-le of John . Hixlgsoii. tin n mining captain at the lran! Tortage Mine, residing near the mine. In lS?r, Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson moved to the pres ent family residence. Reside ber hus band. Mrs. Hodgson Is survived by the following children, Jofcph H. manager for day and Sturgis; William A. Hodg son Mr. Joseph A. Chse of Hancock and Mis Alice Hodgson at home. One sister. Mrs. Elizabeth J. Norton of Maraj uala. Mexico, and brother. James Adams of Chicago also survive. SENTENCE IS SUSPENDED., Judge Streetr lias FU.-pended sen tence on Henry Ileighes, the Centen nial Height youth, charged with as sault, of which be was found guilty at the present term of circuit court. Helghes will not be nentenced until the next term of court and meanwhile hi attorney are preparing an appeal in his case. ; J. H. Darling of Puluth. assistant engineer In the th S. enRiiusrs of fice, was at Houghton yesterday to Inspect the tug Circle, which I be ing repaired at the Croze drydock. Mrs. Joseph Roy and Mrs. Joseph Currier have gone to Chicago where they will represent, respectively, the Atlantic and Houghton courts of the Women's Catholic order of Foresters. FREE BOOK ON PILES. Tells How Cures Are Made With An Internal Medicine. Do you know the cause of piles? Is it inward or external? Is It a skin disease? Will salves or cutting cure for good? Do you know how Dr. J, S. Ien- hardt fot. tiie long-sought Internal cure? These questions fully answered in a booklet mailed free by Dr. Loonliardt Co., Station 1?, Euffalo, N. Y or by Eagle I'harinacy, Calumet, Mich., Iwiurium Pharmacy, Luitlum, Midi., who Sell 1IEM-ROII). the Kuccessl'ul remedy at $1 per large bottle, under guarantee. At all drug stores, i U. S. Department of Agriculture, WEATHER BUREAU a ii'iifici Mfinnp cLieii 'nr t f i?.? o, rs 7 k IV V t LocogfPic S K , S O' VeotAe'&urew llWl Jinn, talran m M mt. K. at mnhliainM linia, 1. 1, Kflk i, iMPihroush (jaiini.nf aQoal .If lFTH-r .. 4mM ).. M.(hm(htniiilinf .ll.m.' the sill txitrxr .ml) tirim,jrtmtima,vf m4 ,(,-. Rton1iril.iD( .whe f) alaar: Cj mn. i rum Bilalnf "..r ratal. II, If II -iul ill mm. iulft. ,i i.., ut i Sutl r Tmp. 1 Wlml. r T r e J ? 7. Stat (A t wUiir. i 'gt. '' w C v 2 c '-t a? a r c c. Alpen 56 12 Cloudy -w J" . Ruffe Jo . ...r,S 4 Rain w 2' tJbUee .? f0 Itiln w IaJhIM ...... r.i.' f,0 Clear nw i'. kVeaaitvl ...fi4 f2 C.,udy nw H .22 Te Ifctr !2 f.2 IM.CIdy sw 10 ft fmiilo r.2 IM.Cldy W 14 .04 Maranett ..RS 48 Cloudy w .-im Milwaukee ..CI fi Cloudy sw 10 .42 (rt, 3a.njiL. Clear sw 10 Rt. Taiil ,...!4 f.4 lcar nw 12 ,1 Fan FTnn. ...54 f.4 Clear nw t, U .Washington .54 4 Clomlv e 4 0 Wlnulpejj .A34 32 I'LCM nw 14 0 L- - C. S. W-al her Bureau. I'l'Ufl ' i i'li., Sept. 2". Forecast Till 7 P. M. Thunday: Copper Country: l-'alr tonight and f hurday, colder tonight with frost. I'pper Michigan: llr tonight and 'mrsday, colder tonight with frost. I. ike Sup rlor: Mish rate to brisk t northwest w Inds. Weather Conditions. The Canadian storm Is centered this tio.rnliig ovr the 1,'pper Itke Region having moved xout boast ward from Saskatcbew an since yesterday morn ing. As a result of this) Morrn the temperature are much higher over this section this morning' ind rain lias occurred at nearly rill Uike Region sta tion during the past 24 hours. Iwer tempi-ratun are reported front the vcKtim section of tlnj country, Wln- nemucca reporting n minimum of 28 dcgreeM during the night. It Is colder along the Atlantic Coast this morning and light showers have occurred at several stations since yesterday niorn Intr. A small high covers Manitoba this morning nnd the eastwnrd move ment of this high will cause fair and colder weather In this vicinity tonight nnd Thursday. The wind will be mod erate to brisk west to northwest. C. O. TITCKKR. Acting Official In Charge, With the aid of the microscope the human eye; can discern obejt is w hose diameter Is only aloiit one one-hur.-dred-nnd-elght-thous-iiidth of an Inch. It lias been said that the eye of a My can distinguish an object one flve-ndl-lloneth of an Inch In diameter. ' AUTUMNAL WINDOW DISPLAYS. Several Strkinj Eamplee of Seaon bl Decoration. The Hervs t.f ll.uo.hl n are taking cognUancv vf the fc.tson of autunuu with it ineidtntal f..U fair and be gir.niiijf tf the huntinc season, by ar ranging appropriate and novtl displays In tht ir sh.w w indow . One of tin most ttriklng of th.se dip H that .hon at lh N.ft4c Lake Hardware store, arranjstd' .-t.rd ay by lYank I Tlnv. it bow a forest Kcene with a l.a kgTound .f (, t in autumnal col eiirg. mihI with owl and. hawk mounttd in life lik- post arts ui1"" the I ran he, lb low a mall iuhM i f a l,.g house, near whiih ftand a mu.iII bl.uk I'tvtr, which swas in realistic manner tv means of cleverly concealed nic ban Ism. Healy the real estate man suits Id uludovv .lisi-lav to the ovurrcnoe of the Cot.pt r Country Cair ami shows an assortment of ct.rn, sunlloweis. pop corn and cabbages grown near Hough ton, and the east window of the tiate- ly Wiggins More exhibit model or full attire on tract fully posts! figures standing' amid u variety of fardcii stuff. In which corn and pumpkin predominate. All of these display s, are attractively arranged atul aro of a most timely and Interesting character. BIGAMY MAY BE CHARGED. A message was received yesterday morning by Sheriff Rycrs Informing him that a man 'wanted here on a charge of deserting hi family lia been apprehended at Manchester, X. II., and was U Ing held. A deputy will e sent from Houghton to bring the man back, when he will be arraigned on Cue charge of desertion and It Is also possible, he may be charged with bigamy. ' PURCHASES NEW AUTO. William S. ITren of Houghton, for merly superintendent of the Osceola Consolidated, ha purchased th new' "3C" Chalmers auto received this week by the Michigan Auto company. It I a five-passenger touring car. nnd one of the finest machines in the copper country. v 44" Af HOUGHTON BREVITIES. f . .$. k. n -s The Houghton schools w ill be dosed on Thursday so that tins children whoi care to do so may attend the Copper Country fair In a body, instead of go ing as individuals. New applications for citizenship pa pers posted yesterday by the County Clerk are: Anttl N'U ini and Krkl Packman. Roth are from Fin la ml. Nlcmi lives in Houghton and arrived in the United States in August RMM. and Backman, I a resident of South in go. arriving In this country in Ali gns 1H02. Deputy Sheriff c.eorge Carroll left yesterday, for Manchester, N. If., to bring back a man wanted here on n charge of deserting his family. Thornton A. C.reen of Ontonagon. president of the tipper Peninsula. De velopment Bureau, was in Houghton today attending the Copper Country Fair at which ho has some entries in the live stiK-k department from his Hemlock HHI farm. The steamer Juniata of the Anchor line made its l ifd scheduled visit to Houghton for the season this morning. Three passengers took passage here for the lower lakes. Including A. Fallon, chauffeur for l M. Licbleln, Hancock. who left for Buffalo with the Llebh In motor cur. marriage licence was issued thia morning to Oeorgo Holjovac and l'aul Ina Schwclgor of Calumet. THE NEW CHALMERS "36." New Car Now Being Exhibited By Michigan Auto Co. The Michigan Auto Co. now has the 1!12 Chalmers "Thlrly-Slx on exhibi tion In their salesroom at 410 Seventh St. The new cur arrived at the head quarters of the local distributors for Ihe Chalmers yesterday ami has al ready been Inspected by many Inter ested motorists. The advent of this new miMlel is certain to nttract un usual Interest not alone on account of its embodying so many (catures generally found nly In cars of much higher price but also because it is the first new model produced by the Chal mers engineers ihee their wonderfully successful "30" made Its nppoarance MAY PROVE FATAL When Will Calumet People Learn the Importance of It? Backache Is only a elmplo thing nt first: But when you know 'tis from the kidneys; That serious kidney troubles follow; That diabetes,. Jlriglit'a disease may bo the fatal end You will gladly profit by the follow ing experience. 'Tia tho honest statement of a suf ferer who was cured. Charles J. Lludpuest, 142 Ilecla et., Laurlum, Mich., nays: "I was both ered for ft lonf time by kidney com plaint and nothing helped me lit the least. There was much sediment in tho kidney accretions and tho passages were Irrvgular and painful. My back ached n great deal and whenever I caught cold. It settled In my kidneys, making; tny condition worse. Doan'a Kidney Till effected ft complete cure and during tho pAst two year. there jii been no recurrence of tho trouble. I gladly confirm my former public en dorsement of Irian's Kidney rills." For sale by all dealers. 1'rlce 50 cents, Foster Mllbtirn f!o Ituffalo, New York, aole agents for the United States. Ttwnember the name Doan's and take no other. .1 The Hall Mark on a Garment is the " HalUMark" of Superiority I Ml lame You IL Tiv . 'v . J , i. wi. If you are critical in mak ing a selection of your clothes; So Am I equally as critical when I purchase my materials. I aim to please you and what does not satisfy you also dissatisfies me. My Tailoring is of the , Highest Standard that the best tailors at top wages can make and if my opinion is asked, I will put the latest fashionable ideas into your garment. Only your entire satisfaction will get me your recommendation to your friends and that is what I want. You can rely absolutely on anything you get from 429 5TH STREET HALL TAILOR Ualumet Midi. mi"- three years ago. It is a medium pric ed gasoline car that does away with all tho original inconveniences of mo toring as the Chalmers self-stnrtcr does away with the necessity of (tanking and Continental demountable tim.s do away with ali fear of dela.vs resulting from tire trouble. The clutch and service brake me operated by a single pedal, making the car very easy to handle t il her In city streets or on country road. The car bus a very HcxiMo long stroke motor and the transmission ha four forward sk-c1s and reverse. A tire Ind.ilor is attach ed to the self-starter, with tube long enough to carry air to each of the four wheels-. - e A fen tun that will appeal to owner drivers Is a thumb lever on the darh which adjusts the needle valve of the carburetor for light or rich mixture. This insures an even fuel supply in all kinds of weather without soiling hands ii nd clothes to get beneath the hood. The Bosch dual Ignition system with Its one set of plugs, such as Is seen on h'gh priced cars. Is used. An Improv ed magneto coupling makes timing of magneto practically automatic. The all Inch wheel are fitted with 4 Inch tlrcn, which not only niakv the enr very easy to ride In but keep down tire ex penses, because the car Is over-tired In proportion to Its weight. BEEF NOT NECESSARY. Whit more Lake. Mich., Sept. 27. "It's the kicker and the man with that rilillity to pass the ball accurately, who is going to be of value to tho football team this year. Football has chang ed. Brawn and muscle have been relegated to the lNickground for the present at least and it's the man with the quick mind, nnd above nil, the man who can handle the ball with preci sion who Is to bo tho star of the season this year.'.' That's what Coach field ing Yost told his men In hi flr.' t heart to heart talk on the Whitnioro Iiko practice ground yesterday afternoon. NEW WORLD'S RECORD. McGrath Betters Flanagan's Mark With 56 Pound Weight. Montreal, Sept. 20. A world's record by Matt Men rath In throwing the SC- pound weight for distance, featured Ihe annual meeting of tho amateur athletic union of Canada Saturday. Mcdrath In three out of six throws brat the old world's record made by Flanagan nt Jamestown, four years ago. The new record stands at 40 feet, Inches. The old record was 38 feet, eight Inches. Mct.rath'a two other throws, beating the old mark, were 40 feet, t, Inches and 38 feet nnd 11 in c lies. Melvln W. Sheppard, out to lower his world's record of 1:52 4-5 for the half mile, had nothing to pull htm along and aHcr making his own pace all the way, he finished a winner by only a foot from Knox, Just two sec onds slower than the record. NOT EXACTLY. Conductor Did you get out nnd stretch your legs when we stopped at the Junction? Passenger Well, not exactly; I went Into tho dining car nnd had them pulled. Brooklyn Life. Advcrtlso In Tho News for results. :THE BIG: Copper Country Fair Bigger and Better Than Ever MANY NEW N0VETIES MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS Lots of Them Lots of Them ALL NEW FEATURES. ALL NEW ACTS. F TWIN BABY SHOW TODAY (UNDER TWO YEARS). FIRST, $5.00 GOLD PIECE- SECOND, 2.50 GOLD PIECE. DwNT. rRGET E GREAT CURTISS HYDROAEROPLANE. IT WILL MAKE THREE FLIGHTS TODAY. LEAVES FROM THE WATER AND LANDS ON THE WATER. CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS GREAT NORTHERN MICHIGAN FAIR. IF YOU MISS IT, YOU'LL REGRET IT.