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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department FULL PROGRAM Of ANNIVERSARY ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF DE TAILS IN CONNECTION WITH GOLDEN JUBILEE OF METH ODIST CHURCH. Hev. 'W. K. Marvin, piistur of the li. hu m, k MfftiodM Bplaoopial imicii, lias announced tin full program of the rxcrclscs to In- held t commemorate tin- fiftieth anniversary of the found -ing of the church, whleh tnkes plate ilurlnt; the week IteKlmiliiK Sunday, ( ii 'tolier It. The antiiial pgfrg lag for the church il lt will he taken on Sun day, November li, at eaeh of the serv ices. The program iii full Is an fol lows: Sunday, October 29th, 1911. t:l PlllW service, l, , ,y Alfred ( HiiKdon. j,n::to Sermon by He v. Joseph 1 Hil ton. IS;H -Sunday S.hioi. L' t.i The Junior Kp worth league Jievotional Meeting. 7;M Sermon by JogapHi Dutton Special music throughout the day. Tuesday, October 31st. I .''i t ure by Hev. W. o. Shepherd, D. I). Topic, "The Joy of Life." Concert Wednesday Nov. 1st. Cond ucted by Mrs. Katheiine Hree, assisted by the Calumet am! lleela or chestra, the I'ortnae IgfJN Che elul. and a chorus of sixty voices. Selections from Knust, fjttotiot, Cal umet ami lle.-la orchestni. " ireat Cod of Iove,'- A. Jury. Cluu . an I orchestra. Vocal solo. Will Hah. "Win and piano duet, Mrs. Hree, Miss Cameron I lie Mo ( y. Stephen A da ins. I tag I-lke Clee elllb. Clorla'- (Nm the Twelfth Mass. M. xart. Chorus and orchestra. ocai selection. Mrs. Mildred Xich- ' I H.n vey. "M inneluiha," flule and clarine duct. Halliard. JOfBtpal Smith ami Jo seph Toreano. I lie Heeesslonal, Reginald lek'o- vi li. Portage Iwike Clee club. l.a.llcs illail'tte, selected. Misses Crotty, Light. Allen and Kendall. Miserere (from II Trovutore). Verdi. F. L. Cowl, y and n. H. King. 1 1 ; 1 1 1 . -1 1 1 J 1 1 1 Chorus," Handel. Chor us and orchestra Banquet Thursday. Nov. 2nd. drupe Kruit Rosisl Veil with French r. m$ M isbed Potetoss naked vjugafc Rolls Olives Currant J. lly Salmon Salad Saratoga Cl.ik-s I e i ream Cako Coffee Mints Music by Surbeck's Orchestra. ToMti b slMr iTflWtt I'aaeoo, toast master; vocal miIo. Miss Mtsta Came ron; fcMMt, Hev. A. ft Hialey; logggj ReV. W. O. Shepherd. I . I).; Vocal s"o. Miss Cenevleve Cinch; toasL I'rof. H. ' Johnson: toast. Hev. H. C. Shaw; VOCal solo. I'reil Uuiidle. toast, Rev. C, M. Stuart. ). FA Friday. Nov. 3rd. Reminiscence meeting. I ur family reunion. Ilvnii.. prayer. VtoaJ goto, Miss Stixkly. Greetings from former pastors. Music, seleited. Reminiscences by lay members. Music, selected. history. Mrs. Ceo. H. Hob Hate ... k ROAD INSPECTOR HERE. L. C. Smith of Lanting Comes to Look Over The Work Done. U. C. smith of 1UI ,,. ,U1 j,,,,,, ,.,, 1,1 Mm siai,. hlflkwu com missioner's department, arrived In Hancock v. st. i day for i he purpose of examining the m ,),, during the past year by the count) board of highway cominlssloiieis ,,n the M. s- imid ami iha QHfhira) .ut-ofr. ru der the law allowing one thousand dol lars )er mile for highways construct ed sMerdtug to eertaln ipecsJloatrona the oemrt) is tm it i ,i ta recalva thes.' rewards, and it Is for the purpose of ascertaining that the sueclllcat ions nave men compiled with that Ml Smith l-i now here. Ha went over lfe new road yesterday with members of the commission and Bngtaeef Martin, laiMUK samples Iron: various parts of the highway. The highway commissi .t, Was near ly completed Its work for this year, having about half a mil, j at to finish of the amount of hlflfeWB) planned for this year. The new Mcsnard high way contains ,fgg feet and the H Igh -as-l!ostoii cut-off about a mile and Hire-quarters, with a fifteen fool roadway with tar binding. Next season it Is the Intention of the commission to construct a roa.l from Chassell to the county boundary, on whi, h will be expended a portion l nsf $41,0011 appropriated by the su pervisors for the department. charge if forgery, but when his case waa called, he could riot be found and Ills bonds were declared forfeited. Later he was located in New York and brought hack to the copper country last week. MACCABEES IN SESSION. Members From All Parts of County At tend Meeting Here. The session iii the Modern M act a bees held I. st night at the Kauth hall miner ine auspices ol Ingot l ent, was I Ik blgse: t that has tieeii held by this organization in Ham in k In twenty enrs, according to local members wh were present. The meeting waa nr tanged for the purpose of disi iissIiik the in w Insurance rates adopted by tin i;rand encampment last month and uuestions lelatlllg to the rates wen asked and answered. Several uiembi r tt !he order were present from Mar quanta, alumet and Houghton, as well as a general turnout of the Knights of ibis City, Several address- were niad lelatlve to the subject under consider ation and everybody expressed them selves as well pleased with the new nr r annemerita, and gratitied that tht rataa ba4 been alaaMI on an MtoouMi bawls. A soeliil session followed the meeting. MARRIED AT ST. PATRICK'S. Wedding of Andrew Gonnoud and Mis May Coon This Morning. The marriage of Andrew Connoud and Miss M;ii. Cmii, both of this city, was solemnized this morning at St. Patrick's church, the unptlal mass being celebrated by the pastor. Rev. 'P. J. A I field. The l.ride was attended by Miss May Karkell as bridesmaid, and the best man was David Coon, a brother of the bride. After the cere mony n wedding breakfast and re- option took place at the home of the brides mother, corner Michigan and Summit streets In West Hancock. Mr. and Mrs Connoud left on the St. Paul train this afternoon for a wedding trip lo Milwaukee and Chicago and upon tin If return will reside at 1J6S Harden street. Mr. C.onn ud has been n resi dent of Hancock for the past four years. OOnttag here from New York City t ' t l.e a position In the offices of the Keweenaw Central railroad. His bride is one of Hancock's best known ytMmg Indies, Inning been a member of the clerical staff at the local post olllce for the past three years. Both ha e hosts of friends w ho expressed tliei' esteem with handsome and valu able Wedding gifts, and best wlshe: for their future happiness and prosperity. INJURED THIS MORNING. and Church nts Hymn. -Cod He With You Till We Meet Akh In." Refreshments Sunday. November 5th. I M Anniversary love feast. lO:W Sermon by Hev. C. M. Stuuit. D, D., editor Northwestern Christian Advoc.Ttp. '-' '" Sunda y school. 2:4! Tin Junior league church. F :31 -Epworth league. 7:00 Sermon by Hev. W1. o. Shep '"''' D. I)., Bunt CMcagO Northern District. MAKES RAPID HEADWAY Add Thia Fact to Your 8tore of Knowledge. Kidney disease advances so rapidly 'bat many a person Is firmly In Ha " before aware of Its progress. Prompt attention should be given the ''st symptom of kidney disorder. 'r there Is a dull pain In the back, 1 ! " b. s, dly spells or a tired, a in out feeling, or if the urine la dark, foul-smelling, irregular and at tended with pain, procure a good kld Day remedy at once. TOUT townspropla recommend 1 B'i Kidney mis, R,.nd the statr " nt of this Calumet citizen. ll aj) I'eck, lr47. Heela St., Calumat, Mich., says: "noun's Kidney Mils h. 'muted mo so greatly that I trongly recomnirnd them. I had kid 1 ' I '"inpluint In severe form. The ''dliey secretions Were unnatural and my bac k ached all the tlmt. I used i. au di, s ,.f various kinds, but to no ftvull and I wns confined to my bed foj three months. Finally I read about ''"ana Kidney Pills and began their AS they helped me. I continued taking them until cured." or anlc by all dealers, price 60 nts. Foater-Mllburn Co., Duffalo. York, sole agents for the Cnlted Stntea. Remambar the name Doan'a- -and no otfcer. Ripley Man Falls from Wagon Wheels Pass Over Legs. . Albill, bookkeeper at the Ulke SupaHor Iron A Metal conipan's of fice in Ripley, was badly Injured this morning while riding on one of the raggMM Of the company, on a load of btoOklng that was bcltrg tinned from the linn's old vards to the new ards at the old Highland smelts. When ending the hill mar the Standard oil tanks a plank broke, the load slippci and Mr. Alnin fell under the wl Is which passed over his legs. He was inite seriously hurt and was removed at once to his home in the Highland location at Ripley. 'The funeral of Irene, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hiv ett. of Wt st Hancock, was held yes terday afternoon, interment bMMafl nlaee at the old Catholic cemetery In Honcack. BOTH WERE FINED. Matt Kahlikko and Krik .b'bnson were arfigtgned before Justice Beh kern yesterday afternoon, charged wit belnir drunk and disorderlx The two men are residents of the farming com munity of Kaminga on the south sld of the lake, and bad etiga ed In a fight the night previous, in which both men had be. n considerably battered. Hah tikko this morning had a warrant Is sued charging Johnson with as-ault and battery and when arraigned tin latter pleaded guilty to boating Kah tlkko but said be did II In self-defense Colli men were lltie-l tWO dollars and costs ny the Justice, Kahlikko appar ently being as much at fault as John son. The men paid their lines. IMPROVEMENT AT HOSPITAL. Contractor VervlHa is building six new dormer windows in the upper itorj of the St. Josephs Hospital, in hftar that thAt part of the building may be Utilized lor tne care oi imi lents. The new electric elevator which being bul't for the hospital by the Otis Klevator company, and wnien is the gift of John IV Ryan, is expected in the course of a couple of weeks. IMPERATI EXAMINATION. Adjournment Taken Until Testimony Transcribed. I'asiiuall Inipcrutl, ehnrgcil with ut tering, publiahlng and negotiating a , be, k with a forired endorsement, knowing It to be forged, was given fj hearing In the court of Justice Rlch kern this nirnlnK. Six witnesses were examined, Including the two miners to whom the clucks had been Issued by the iiulncy mining company and oth ers. After all of the testimony had been token, an adjournment was agreed upon until next Wednesday morning to allow for the transcribing Of the tcstimunV Impcratl was to have been tried at (the last term of circuit coudt on the HANCOCK BREVITIES. M4t Ml H l4f44i Heginnlng last evening the drug stores of Hancock and llOUght WHI b. closed each evening at nine o'clock. The work of installing the wireless teli ciapli apparatus on the training ship Yantic was commenced yesterday Tht. ship will shortly be put In shape for bOtm laid up for the winter. r red Morphy oj Fcanaba, a sales man for Crinnell brothers music tlrrn, Is in Hancock for a short time on bus iness. The steamer Hlaek Hock arrived yesterday and is di.-charglng a cargo of coal at the dock of the People's l-'uel company. Ceorge I McCarthy left last night to return to Huluth, having 0OBJM here ta aiteiid the func ral of his fatinr, tin late Dennis McCarthy. Pnul Harntt, son of Rev. and Mrs. Mandus Harrett of this city is a mUI bar of the football squad of Crinnell college, where he is attending school. Mrs. K. T. Abrams will represent the Hancock home study club at the an nual convention of the State l edeia tion of Women's Clubs at Detroit, for which city Mrs. Abrama left OB Sun- da;-. The Hancock city council will hold a regular meeting this evening at which the recommendation ,,f the board of public works that a water collector he appointed to look after de linquents will be considered. It Is probable that a contract may he let this evening for placing a cement 11 or in the city hall stables. A Heifer's Diet. It 1b a well known fact that pup pies often show depraved appetite fur pins, rubber bands, cinders and other Indigestible tidbits, but a i'ut nam county N. Y.) heifer holdH the world's record for a diet of hardware hen killed the other day the anl inal s stomach was found to contain the following articles: Four cart ridges, one piece of broken glass, three horn buttons, six nalrplns, 42 small round stones. 20 nails of Tarloui lengths, one brass crow, art Iron staples lVa inches long a cubo block with the letter Y on it a lend whistle, r broken clay pipe item, several short pieces of wire, a atrip of khaki cloth and a silver breaet- pln. ! TORCH LAKE WERE WEDDED 50 YEARS AGO MR. AND MRS. BAZlL JOLICOUK OF HUBBELL CELEBRATE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY TODAY. Prudent Youngster. "I was up In the attic, the other day tralghtonlhg up and making a clear ance of old things that were no earth ly use to anybody," said Mrs. Jonea "As usual. Hilly, tny youngvat unmar ricd son, who wns Ave on Ms last birthday, was lagging at my heels Tin going to pitch out these chairs,' said I. half to myself and half to Hilly, as I canio upon half a dozen old chalra tacked in a corner. 'Oh, marrale don t, remonstrated my Bon, i want those." 'What In the world would you do with thin, Hilly?' I asked In surprise, i don't want 'em for my self, marmle,' he replied, 'but I'd Ilka 'o keep 'em for my children.' " In Safe Deposit. "Conic In," callod the magazine edl for. "Sir, 1 have called to see about that article of mine that you bought two years ago. My name is Pensnlck I'erclval Perrhyn Pensnlck. My coin position was called 'The llehnvior ol Chipmunks In Thunderstorms,' aud I should like to know how much longer I must watch and wait before I shall ee It in print." "1 remember," the editor replied. "We are saving your little essay to use at the time of your death When public attention Is drawn to an author we like to have some thing of his on hand." Paid for Own Monumant. There is a monument In Hempstead Long Island, erected to the members of a shipwrecked crew, who wer drowned off Kar Hockaway one stormy nlRbX One three tides of the tnonu men! are ordinary inscriptions. On the fourth appears the best bit o1 humor ever found on a gravestone ft reads as follows: "The monument wbi erected by the humane people ol Queens county to the memory of th shipwrecked crew out of the money found on the bodiea of the deceased" Mr. and Mrs. Ha!l Jolloour of Huh hell ure today celebrating their n tleth wedding Mulveraary, jnlaii high ma-s was cel. !,r it. d at the S-o ocellu s church by Hev. FY, Zlmmei man this morning and the remain It of the day was spent at the h me ol Mr. and Mrs. Jatteour, where a recep tion was tenden.i to their many frlenda and wliere the aged couple were showered with congratulations Mr. nml Mrs. Jollcour were mar ried on Oct IK. IMl at Rockland. On tonagon county. Rev. I r Kox officiat ing. Hoth were h-rn In Canada and both lived at Sault St. Marie for n time before coming to the cupper country. After their marriage they H shb , I at Ontonagon county for a short time and then took Bp their resi dence at Torch Lake, which was then i rugged country. They make their home In a log cabin mar the site or the Tamarack and Oaceolg stamp mill. Mr. Jollcour was engaged as a lum ber contractor for many years and lat er took up farming org some of the land he hnd bellied to (dear. Their union wns blessed with eleven children, six of whom are still living. Louis. John and Mrs. Alex fjmotol Of Tamarack City; William f Hubbell: Joseph of Inke Linden and Crank of Hancock. Mr, Jollcour is seventy- eight years of age and his wife ten years his Junior. Hoth are hale and beirtv and boiie to celebrate numeroii. tlu r anniversaries SOCCER GAME ARRANGED. Association Football Game to Be Play d Saturday Afternoon. Arrangements were completed today for an association football match t DC plived Saturdav afternoon of this week at Athletic ball park betw. teams representing tin V. M. C. and Mohawk. Hoth line-ups are strong. md a first-class game Is anticipated. I Ins will be the tlrst soccer game of the year, and it is likely to be largely attended. The Y. M. C. . Indoor baseball laegue, composed of four teams, will ommetice Its schedule this evening. when the ftlants and the Athletics will meet A second game is scheduled fur Crlday even tllg this week, when the Tigers and the Cubs will clash. MASONS TO HOUGHTON. A large number of the members ol John Duncan lodge. P. & A. M. wen: to Houghton today to atteti, the e, re rnonies marking the dedication or the new Houghton Masonic Temple, others will attend the dancing party this evening. A special communication and school or Instruction were conducted for the local lodge last evening. .. TORCH LAKE BRIEFS. 4 . 4 t 4,4 There are no v three cases of diph theria In Hubbol and one or the rooms In the H dy Rosary school has been closed as a precaution against the spreading of the disease. Mrs. K. J. WHteham or Lake Linden left yesterday for Crystal Falls, where she will visit for a abort time with Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Kdyveun. after which she will .i to Ironwood p. spend the w ini r with her son Cbarlea Nanc- y. of the paving force at work on ; lumet street, was ad vised yeeterdaj of the death of his father, Patrick Nancey at Superior. Wis., and left last evening for that city to attend tl funeral. Remains of Old-Time Fortren. Archaeological researches made at a spot some 20 miles from Kars. Run ala, have brought to i 'tit a OOmplot ly intact stone fortress of pre l date. The masonry of the piitu it i v 1 designed forts und bastions is some what roughly, but extremely well laid. Among the many and various objects found am quite n number of well-preserved figures of heathen gods, mostly In animal forms and In a kind of hard iked notter's clav. Had a Protaat Coming. 'Kthel." said Mr. Hrown. "I want you to give that young man of yours a little message rrom me. Yea, father." said Kthel, blushing "Tell him that your mother and father don't object to big gas bills, but they oh Ject to his carrying the morning pa per away with him when he leaves." TltrBftg. Health and Happiness. I will be a inn a among men; nnd no ongor a drenn among ibadOWl Henceforth 1 ine a life of fiction and reality! I w ,11 work In my own sphere, nor wish It other thnn it i? Thi alone is In !th and happiness.. Henry W. Long!' How. HAVE YOU PILES? Than HEM-ROID ia What You Want Guaranteed Internal Remedy. Here is a p!sic1an'8 r. m. d. Ill fugfr-conted tahbta taken Inwardly, dat cure all i ,rm o pile and voids painful rat Inns, aa well as t!ie common odloiia treatment. It nt t .cks the very cause had circulation This remedy n Dr. I diardt IIBM-HOU) aold by Bugle pharm n alumet. Mich., Iaurlum Pharmacy, Latirlum, Mich., md all druggists, tl f r 24 days' nr dkclne. nnd n I on guaranteed Lr. Lrf-oiihardt Co., tatlon H, Buffalo. N. Y., Prop Writ, for booklet. keeps best it Brown iBofties LaVsVk joeer ii MM HHr ( k L J WW 'ft y.JJk I J'l M : rman and ngland j V? 11 J- I he chemists of this u country ;is well have re- fl3fi pcatct,l' warned against rI3-' r'lc P()SSe clangers to $'iS- purity following the use liW :,Bl light glss bottles. Iri WM Liht starts decay ctn in Light starts decay even in pure beer Dark njass givd pro tection against Siaris Decay Even in Pure Beer light We attain liav and adopted every preserve purity. idea, every invention that could aid to If you knew what we know about beer, you would say, "Schlitz vuuwi in jinnvu UCLtlCO. See that croivn or cork is branded "ScMkz," l'hfinf 1 North Calumet i nums( s uUi .,,, nan.0(.k Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co. Sio Pine St., Calumet 8 1: That Made Jslwaukee Famous Famous Arch of Marcus Aurelius and Other Unique Structures In Tripoli, Now Held by the Italians. rr-aw. -n 1 s i in i isaai P 5 8 -agggW:. Th city of Tripoli, over which tbc ItaMnn flnR mm tloat, la notol for Its linimrtant antique structure. Tha splrnrlii trlnmpttal nrdi erected In honor of Marcus Aurelhis ami of Lucius Yerus. his srai-ln law. In 14 A. I)., la one of Mie flnast ulil lloman monuments In northarn Africa. The arch. In the center of tlie city, is interned with Qn sculptural In marhlo nml luis remained, owing to the clenr African atinoaphorc. In a remarkahly good condition of piesei viitltm. N.'ur It Is the rim Ipnl inoeqtie of the clt.i In which are slxteMi henntlfiil Iorlc columns The Arab architecture of Tripoli Is also Interest lug. There are four gntes In the mnsslva city walla, and alx graceful mina rets aurmonnt the town. News Want Ads Bring Quick Results ,'rrr .v? rwj ,