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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27r.l911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PAGE THAJO. Hancock Department BOWLING LIKELY TO BE THE MOST POPULAR SPORT PASTIME STARTS OFF WITH EN COURAGINQ PROSPECTS. Several Games Arranged and League May Be Formed. 1-Ygin Hie nctlvu and enthusiastic manner in which the bowling season liiis opened, the prospects appear to he that thin form of amusement will con stitute one of tho iiiokI peipular sports to bo enjoyed In Hancock this season, tho locul devotees of tho game and those of other towns of the county having demonstrated un unusual de cree of Interest. Tho .Mitchell team which started It season about two weeks ago, bus already had two Inter esting matches, winning both, and Hiv ing them a claim to be considered the champion of the county. At any rate they ure ready to meet any tin pin quintettes In this vicinity In contests to determine tho .county, supremacy, and rogarel with much favor the dis cussions relative to organizing a league of tho principal bowling clubs of Han cock, Calumet, Houghton, Luke Llri !eii, Trlmountaln, Copper City, i'aincs ekilo and elsewhere where the tport la practiced. This evening at the Mitchell alleys a game Is to be bowled between the Mlt. oholl and HouKhton teams, and on Monday evening next two local aggrc jca lions, the Mitchells and the Han cocks, will compete, Arrangements are also being made for a match some evening during the next two weeks w ith the Hansen team of Calumet. As Boon as V. C. Cole of l'alnesdale, vice president of the Upper iYnlnsida Uowllng AHtcIation, returns home, it is expected that a meeting of the executive committee will be called to leclde upon the place and date for the next annual tournament of the Upper I'eninsula association, and the chances are favorable for the honor devolving upon Hancock. DR. JACKOLA AGAIN. May Be Living in Cave Near Spirit Lake, Minn. Tho Duluth News-Tribune- says: Hclloving that Dr. John Jackola, who lias been missing for the pust four months, is the mysterious rtranger who iiad been Been occasionally In the vicinity of Spirit Lake and Smlthvllle nnd who lias been living In a cave near tho lake shore, residents of the neighborhood notified the police yes tcrday and nn Investigation was start ed. I,leut. Charles Wilcox and OllU-cr Paul Winters of the West Dulut.i sta tion spent the greater part of yester day In looking for the man, but failed to locate liiin, although they found the small hut In wlilch lie lived. A man living near there told them that the stranger, whose name he Old not know, was a fisherman, who had spent the past summer In that vicin ity. His nctlons led his neighbors to be lieve that he might posiibly be de mented, which resulted In the police being notified. From the descriptions given to Chief Hoyer yesterday morn ing it was believed that the man might be the missing Dr. Jackola. DAY OF ATONEMENT. Rabbi Cusse of Hancock, who Is in charge of the local First Congregation of Israel, will conduct service Sunday find Monday In observance of the Jew ish Hay of Atonement. Services will take place In the Odd il cllows hall, and on Sunday will take place at 11 a. in., and 5:30. p. m. the former meeting Ih Ing for the discussion of the plans for erecting a Jewish house of worship In Hancock. Services on Monday will be gin at 8 o'clock a. in., and continue through tho day, until sundown. MARRIED LAST EVENING. (Arthur Kndean of Qulncy and Miss Ma Williams of Hancock were married last evening, the nuptial knot being tied by Ilcv. Mandus Itarrctt, at the Congregational church parsonage on Hancock street. The couple were at tended by Edmund ltosk and Miss Pacini Kndean, sister of the groom. Mr. und Mrs. Kndean will make their home at tho Qulncy, where the groom Is employed. For Constipation A Medicine that Does Not Cost Any thinn Unless it Satisfies. Tho active medicinal Ingredients ot "RexiiU. Orderlies, which la odorless, tasteless and colorless, Is an entirely new discovery. Combined with other oir.itK.lv vAliinhla Ingredients, It forms a perfect bowel regulator, in testinal Invlgorator and strengthener, Rexall orderlies arc eaten Hko candy, md nro notable for their agreeable lies to the palnto and gentleness of action. They do not cause griping or any disagreeable effect or Inconven ience. Unlike other preparation for a like purpose, they do not creato a habit, but Instead they overcomes the cause of habit acquired through the use of ordinary laxatives, . cathartics and harsh physic, and permanently remove the cause of constipation or Irregular bowel action. We will refund your money with out argument If they do not Jo fl w say they will. Threo sizes, GOe, 2Sc and lOo. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. Vastblnder & Rcau. FENCING WHITE STREET. A substantial board fence is being erected y the city, under the super vision of Street Commissioner James JIoHklng, on White street, us a pro tection to pedestrians using that thor oughfare to the yuincy hill. Several incidents have fHTurr.il there from Person, falling over the embankment which skirts the south side of the roadway its entire distance and the council at a recent meeting decided to build the fence. vvw...:..::x..h..:..m..v.,,.:..x. v A HANCOCK BREVITIES. .,.. A Bon arrived .Monday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taddluccl of Fthcl Avenue. Hrn to Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Peterson of 418 Reservation street, a daughter; and to Mr. and Mrs. Anttl Kcmppaincn of White street, a daughter. Oscar Freild has resigned his posi tion, with C. S. Mason & Company and will leave on Thursday for Detroit to enter the employ meat of Uic Joseph Scldt n Company. He will be succeed ed here by Finest Koylla. Mervln K. Pair left yesterday after noon for Ann Arbor to resume his work at tho University of Michigan, Robert Johnson haw gone to the Un iversity of Wisconsin at Madison and Karl I,oudy lias bit for Ann Arbor to enter the university. Kd. Cuff has been named as com mittee on music for the llremen's un mini dunce to be held at Ccrmanlu hall on the evening of October 27. Mrs. Peter He holer is attending the convention of the Women's Catholic order of Foresters at Chicago as dele ga'e from St. Mary's court of this city. Mrs. Alex Scott of West Hancock has returned from a visit to Fond du l.ac. Charles Oakes, formerly a Mineral Range conductor is here for the pur pose of taking his family to Michl plceten, Canada, where he Is now en gaged In railroading. Addison Finch, sn of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Finch, is ill with typhoid fever at his home on Hancock street. (Four members of the Hancock aerie of Kaglcs who were recently married will entertain their brethren at a lunch on the evening of Tuesday, Octeiber 3. Tho miartt tie of newly weds consists of Alex McD.nald, William Laity, Kr lc Ixiiirl and John Makla. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Whrcham have returned from a visit to Detroit. Miss Riighldeen Scallon left yester day for Washington to enter Trinity College. The Twin City Clerks' union will shortly Inaugurate a campaign for early closing eleven months of the year, tho stores te close at o'clock every night except Mondays and Sat urday's during every month of tho .war except December, which is ex empted on account of the busy Christ mas shopping season. Many Hancock people were present at tho opening ef the fair yesterday and. a large number of exhibits from this side of tbe lake are seen In al most every department. The high Helmed display this year is the largest it has ever sent, nnd include some of the -work of the manual training department, which is now exlilblted for the first time at a copper country fair. Mrs. V. Pnlmer of Manpiette is vis iting with friends in Lake Linden nnd Hanceck The funeral of Antonio Linitelli, the Qulney mint r who was accidentally killed at Trlmountaln last Sunday night, by falling through a coal tres tle, will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from St. Joseph's church, with Interment at I-nkeslde cemetery. Joseph Skelly and wife and Richard Callahan, who have been taking a two weeks' trip thre.ugh the Canadian northwest, are now at (Jrand Forks, North Dakota, and will return home In about a week. The board of public works has cleaned up the property around the No. 2 pumping station and has gathered up a quantity of pipe, hydrants, etc.. from the city property and Bte.red them ai the No. 1 pump house'. Steps are Iw Ing taken for the erecting of a fence, to enchkse the No. 1 pumping station property to keep out trespassers. The Home Study Club or l'oriage Iike held. Its first meeting of the sea son yesterday afternoon, with an In teresting program of readings, pa- , Thn l.K.l.t lllJ i.ra ii nil ooiciicnioMS. x v was held in the Klks' temple parlors, use of which has been given to the club .. ,w.i, Thnrndav afternoon during the season. A NIGGARDLY POLICY. Lew Fields was discussing In lis New York office his recent "round up" r,f 2 r.OO chorus girls. 1 "We treat our girls generously." he said. "That Is why we can round up 2 r.OO of them with such case. The fact is we could round up 23.000 chorus girls of exquisite beauty U we naa need of that number." The comedian chuckled. v don't treat chit chorus girls he said, "as Hilly Runkum treated Ids rw.i. liillv. you know, was a mnn- r In the '80s. Here is an example ,if Ma niggardly policy. "'P.I11.' said the leading man at a one-night stan.l, Hill. I want o dime.' You are always howling for money,' said HIH'. 'What do you want . rllmo for?' "I want it for a shave,' the leading mn rei.lled. 'How can I Ply K"rneo tonight with eight clajV bln on my face?' ,.,...i,.,m tamed angrily away. "You'll Kt no money out of me.' h. cowled. 'Weil diange tonight's bill to "Othello."' IRELAND'S NEW HOPE. If u correspondent of. the New York Kvcnlng Post Is right, the ro will have to be a change In the typical Irish drama, remarks the Minima is dl Jour- rial. The distressed family evicted freim tho sxl hut, the ni herei who divides his energies between love songs, re purree and painting, the cruel Kng llsh attorney all must go," because the poverty that gavo them their cue Is Kolng. Agricultural Ireland Is being trans- lormcd by a stream of real money tlow ing from the creamery. The Irish far mer who formerly K,,t a few shillings once er twl-e a, year when lit sohl his Pig. or negotiated the transfer of Ids ftrkln of butter, now gets a good monthly Income. Ho is Investing his money in now buildings. Connaught Is dotted Willi cttmrortal'e two-story houses with appropriate outbuildings for the pigs and cattle. The old mud cabins are nowhere to be seen. The Increased comfort of the pe-e.ple-la evident In their dress, and In their means of conveyance. There Is no mention of the motor yet, but the well-to .To farmer has his gig, his. humbler neighbor his donkey cart, while the young folks are Btre.ug for the bicycle. The old age pension, loo, haa'doiic Its part. It Is popular in Ireland. ' List year there we re one hundred and eigh ty thousand agcl persons em the pen sion list. This act has popularized the I iover nment in Ireland, so much sei Unit In some quartern the Irish are ev en said tt Ikj cooling toward home rule. U Is pointed out that all the reforms in local government hcre-tofoie have been followed by Increased taxes. This Is contrasted with the present policy of tho (iovernment, which gives but docH not lake, to the advantage of tho paternal establishment. Statistics show that the population (,r Ireland, for sixty years on the down grade, is now stationary, with a chance of the pendulum swinging the other way. The sides are surely brightening for Ire land 4iel bless her! THE CURSE OF MODERNITY. The curse of modernity has stricken even our children." said Jeiemie S. McWade of Duluth, as he lunched at the Plaza In New York. "I have Just got back from Kurope. One of my traveling companions was a New York lawyer. Ho has two lit tle children a boy and a girl of a and 11 years and these children, had ex pressed a restive to meet the boat, no matter at what hour it might arrive. He, however, had written that they were on no account tj do so. "Rut when we disembarked at mid night at Hobokeii, there were the man's two urchins waiting. As they fiung themselves into his anus, he said; "'Rut didn't I tell you "The boy, however, tugged at his hand and said: 'Oh, papa, hurry up; There's no time to waste In scolding. The taxi's up to $17 now ! THE ATTRACTION. Representative Henry of Texas wan condemning, at a banquet In Waco, those American heiresses who marry noblemen for their titles. "There Is no romance," he said "there Is no Illusion, no glamour, about such matches. "An American countess, at n dinner party In Crosvenor Square, had Oppo site her a dowager duchess. This wicked and cruel old dowager put her eye-glass up to her eye and said: "'Yoq American girls have unch poor complexions, haven't you? You look so pasty beside our rose-leaf Kng llvb maids. What do our noblemen find bo attractive in your yellow faces? "The American countess, blinded by- no Illusion, laughed coldly. "'You see, duchess,' sho said, it's not our yellow faces that attract your noblemen; It's our greenbacks. THAT AWFUL BACKACHE Cured by Lydia E. PinkhanVs Vegetable Compound Morton's Gap, Kentucky. "I ut fered tw o years with female disorders, my neauii was vcij bad and I had n continual backache which was Rimply awful. 1 could not stand on my feet long" enough to cook a meal's victuals without my back nearly - killing- me, and I would hayo such dragging- sen sations 1 could hardlv bear it. I in each nlde. could not stand tiglit clothing-, and was Irregular. I was completely run down. On ad, vice I took Lydia E. rinkham's Vepe tablo Compound nnd Liver 11 is and am enjoying- Rood health. It is now more than two years and I have not bad an ache or pain slnco I do all my own work, washing- "l everything; and never have the backache any more, i Mr,ir t-ftnr medicine is grand and I praise it to all my neighbors. If you think my test mony will help others you may publish t.-Mrs. Ollie WnonALL. Morton's Gap, Kentucky, Backache is a symrtom of orpanic weakness or derangement. If you have backAcho don't neglect it. To ret immanent relielf you must reach the root of the trouble. Nothing- wc know of will do this so surely as Lydia E. rinkham's compouna. 'Write to Mrs. Plnklinm, ai Lynn, Mass., for special alvl- Your letter will be nlolntelj comiaeatlalf and tUo wivico free. TOBCHLAKB I BIG CONCRETE CONTRACTOR TABOR PUSHING WORK ON CALUMET STREET PAVEMENT LARGE FORCE AT WORK. Contractor D. C. Tabor of Muske gon, increased the force ef men at work on tho Calumet street pavement this week and greater progress may lo expected from now on. With fav orable weather, Mr. Tabor expects to complete tho curb and gutter from Vetter street to First street during the next few days. Over 600 feet of curb and gutter were laid In a single day llil-e week. Se that nn delays will be encounter ed through lack of concrete, Mr. Ta bor has ordered u largo concrete mix er from Chicago which will be liere before the concrete Is needed for the pavement bed. Wheeled concrete carts will also be added to the equip ment for the local Job, replacing the wheelbarrows widt h bave been In use up to this time. Cood weather will be required fr the laying of the con crete foundation, hut it is not essen tial to the top dressing, or wearing .surface, aa this can bei laid very rap- Idly under almost any ceuidltlons. During tho progress ef the? excava tion, a large launder was encountered between lino and Center streets which must have been burled for many years. It was necessary to remove tills ami to fill In the opening In, order , to pro vide u solid base. TRAP ROCK BRIDGE. Nw Structure Will b Ready for Use in Short Tlmo. The employes of the Jollet Jirldgo & Iron company are making good prog ress with the work f building the new steed bridge over the Trap Rock liver. The steel for tho passageway has been laid and otlkials of the township slat ed yesterday that the bridge preibably will bet BiilHiiently advanced to be thrown ope-n to public travel within the next twe weeks. There is still considerable werk around the new structure, Including the' filling In ef the ends between the old enbankment and the new concreto abuttments. Work on laying the concrete bed( feir the bridge will soon be completed and next week there -will be a top eh-efslng f tar and santl mixture placed on top of the concrete. Instead of the wear and tear coming In direct ceititaet with tho cement, which is nat urally hard fer horses hauling heavy loads, the tar dressing as a Ilnldiiiig will give i'ne bridge a softer llnlsh. Iko a elurable ,one. Thl elso will have a tendency to prevent any water from rains reaching the steel work of the structure. The new bridge will (ill a felt want nnd when once open to traftlc will be greatly appreciated. J. TORCH LAKE BRIEFS. 4.frfr Mrs. Charles St. fjermaln of IAnse la vlsltlne relatives and friends in Hubbell Miss r.ertha Symons has aciiepled a position In the Hubbell pbarniacy dur Ing the absence of A. J. Tiiompsem who H on a visit in the lower part of the state. The Mineral Itange special to the county fair this evening will leave Lake Linden at 6:40. A large number will make tho trip. The train return.' from Houghton at 11:15 tonight. The autumn party f the Wiis-Wa- Wlce-Nee club, which was beld In the city hall last evening, was attended by a large crowd of young people, sev eral coming from neighboring towns The I,ake Llmlen orchestra play-eel a lengthy program of elance numbers Tlirt nnr v was f Success in i-oiy way. CALUMET THEATKE Friday Sept. 29 Tho Original ' AI. V. Martin's Hig $30,000 Production. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN DIRECT FROM NEW YORK. 40 IMOOl'Ln White and Colored Our Own Solo Orchestra Traveling Our Own Train 20 Cedoreel l'ettplo from the d tton licit 10 CulKtns and Russians RLOODJIOUNDM 2 Quartettes Male and Female. BAND CONCERT TWICE, DAILY. Rcat nale at Korsters' News Stand Friday 8 A. M. ' ' PRICESi Night All down stairs Halceinr Gallery t.r.o .3,p Matinte . Adults 2 Children 40 Curtain for Matinee 3:45. Four Women Aviators, Representing Both Europe And America, Flying at Big Meet on Long Island. ;v iuh U V H J D f 'r. G Tl N 0 Til t j fa i - - A ' 7 J ! K iff' . - ........ .fa: :-Yr-il ; I'liotos of four women aviators copyright by American lress Association. For the llrst time In the history of the world four women aviators, all llcen cd riM1 nnd baviri" t their credit many daring and skillful aerial stunts. are flying at the international aviation meet at Nassau boU "vrd, Long ls lanel. Sept. '1 to Oct 1. They are Mile. Helen Dutrieu of I'. rls, representing 1- rauce; Mls Harriet Qutmby. Ml Itlanehe Fcolt and Miss Matllelo Moisant. Aim iicans. Ml- Movant Is the titcr of the late Jolin IX Moisant, the famous aviator who wns killeel near New Orleans tho last day of IblO. She has learned aeroplaulng since her broth er's death. Mile. Dutrieu Is the veteran of the "lady quartet." bavin- beo-i a flier for considerably more than a year. fcho heilds the world's long distance record for women. The performances of tho Tour young women at Nassau boule vard nro attracting much uttentlon. J. II (yi J. I, ii ss? ii The Wonderful Our "Thirty-six" demonstrating eait few week the car that has set The car with big, long stroke motor, Chalmers self -.tarter, four forward speed transmission, Continental de mountable rims, 36-inch by 4-inch tires, and a doze., other features, for $1,800. Ve invite you to come and .ee the new car. Th Chalmer. "ThirtysiK" is a car at a medium price which leaves nothing to be desired. The eplendid, long stroke motor will develop all the power you can use. This 4' 4x5' 4 in. motor is a great puller; a wonderful hill, climber; and gives you all the speed you want. Th. four forward speed transmission-i.ntil now found only on the highest priced makes-gives a flexibility of control hitherto unknown on medium priced cars. The new Chalmer. compressed air self-starter and the Continental demountable rim, do away with the last of the original inconvenience, of automobihng. No car since the Chalmers "30" first appeared has made such an impresrion on the automobile trade and on the public a. the new "Thirty-six." Everyone who ha. i?en it-dealer., purchaser., and even corr.petitor.-all adm.t that it i. a wonderful value at the price. We Again Invite You to Come In and See This New Model. MICHIGAN AUTO CO. 410 Seventh Street, Calumet News Want Ads Bring Quick Results New Self-Startling Chalmers car Has arrived. You can now see he a now standard of automobde value. Thirty-six" 7 car you have beard to much about the 6CT