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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, I9it.
PAGE TWO
THE CALUMET NEWS
Houghton Department
MRIVtS TO ELIMINATE
"OCCUPATIONAL MISFIT'
P. P. CLAXTON PROMOTING AD
VANCED EDUCATIONAL IDEA.
Something of Man Who la to Deliver
Commencement Address.
Philander I. fluxion United MMM
Commiasioncr uf Uducati.ui, who 8Mke
t,i. at tfc tsachera' convention held
in October and who la to deliver the
i oiiini.-iu i-nK nt iiddrcsat s t th- jrrad
uallnK classes of the Houahtoii and
iai.- Man schoaei m-xt June, bj
a man of much llsttfl to'-ally. aa a
result of his relutlon with local educa
tors and matter educational. Sonu-
the generations.' President Tuft ihinfc
so. He found v'luxton in Tenneem'e
u Democrat and a MtthodUt ami
made him tho educational expert of j
the eminent.
A didactic man. professionally and ,
naturally, he la alao a driving man. j
wuN(lnT energetically and talking; eaa- 1
1 1 v and mtcrcatiruriy. Also SMS r.
will coimus. of a vrr interesting StrS
'gram during whn-h the c-njs f the
fatherland will bo mine, after whuh a
Juno will be conducted Heretofore
ti e v : haa rn n aomewh.it p.ihli.-.
kH it ia Mated that Invitations will
b laaued this ei. aa the MMNN
in the iat haa been utu on.fot t.-,M
largv
i !a4 ahl4ntet
jluth line U
"dl he HMU
date rail ah
It ia ,v,
. d thru the
;i40 and IHl-
iuiual Utter
il after thai
rfjajumi
WILL PLAY GOLF INDOORS
Duluth Club Will Establish "Hoom
Courae " For the Wmtse.
maM. ullnely. which is much In his favor Interest to Porta Lake frotfors
is a tsaadirr. WhB he was graduated ine mn.mnwnxiit tnat the North
from tl.e rnis.r-it af Tiaiisaass at land itvuntry club .f luluth will pbx)
the age of It, where he handled thejtrol' indoors this winter The lHiluth
MJIbMW with bOsTtHTtd ir..n . i - i N'ews-Tribursr snys:
ing his debts in due minn he me..nt ' The club baa purchased an indoor
to be a Iaer. It. ntri joit "unn mi wui imii ine new
Hopkins howsvsf, with tbs object of iTi-augied game Into operation within a
studying elei-tri. al ngii.cvring. ' In - j
side of U few USII1S his W otlS
FOR THE JUNE 1 ERM.
exactU, "teaching took such a hld on
mo that I gave up everything elss,"
It is not too muoh to say that Dr.
thin of his alms and purposes as well (Maxton became the greatest teacher In
as his achievements along educational the aouth. rising in his profession from
lines ma be gained from the follow
ing mirjU hM aa article by Prof,
flax ton In the OhlcHgo Tribune of
Etiadai last:
Industry la triumphant, though the
:i.a'l - h '. v ' '' he w. s - .; - t -
tndetit, to Bfafs -isorships in colleges.
He traveled Europe lo perfect himself
In educational methods, foming home
he used the good things he tolllid
politicians mourn that the people are anroau. training xeacnera nnui oe
niHiriiaasil Greek la vanishing and came his business. Meanwhile, dur
BMB now talk in the lingo of martltl j'-f "' of his campaigns he held forty
. rv tad iillsaatsfll hut in has become j meetings In thirty -six mountain wn
t!. , , r eta. Dead lan-(ties of Tennessee and North v'arolinu.
s ai e being buried. Trade, the j great educational gatherings to which
touehateos Of the world, demands fJer IfanaaM drove with their wives and
man instead Of Hebrew . I-Yench in children, coming in some instances
place of Sanskrit. 11. a. is. sound and f from twenty to twenty-hve mlleS from
.rluitial h. ads. never were at so larg I tnelr miW tum among the crags or
a pn iiiiiim. Anl the country was
v ei so w -1 1 educated.
Still tin- public schools are con-
n w d as being laaflli ilsnl Tbs
nsrlcan nation, born In blood and
11 principally wood-chopping is be-
mllMltafl. MltlOS declare, by its
stbods of Dfitnarj Instruction.
An Educational Expert.
Serious complaints, If Justified, but
:! ss assi i ts I'hilundef
illj C lasl n. the new I'niteu
iti otnroisaloaer of sdacatkm. TaiSi
tsatlmuny, ylgofotia and per
IT, Is not a jreticration of sinat
'! r.s Of tnllcrs. 'I'lie boy of toda . he
links, i! Bsmks I better man than
ras his graadtathsr, Orandnothsr,
ever, v 1 1 1 always be doubtful,
ft lr. riuxton COtnpStsnt to Judge
in the valleys.
Teaching Boy How to Live.
Fairs of learning, the meetings might
be oalrtfl. to whi h women brought
tubs and buckets and wash boilers Of
cornbrcad and ba "ii. Hut the men no
whiskey, though they are moonshiners
by common rumor. Such ha- been the
work of Dr. fiaxton. with the editing
of educational Journals as an incident
in his labors. X"V. at the age of 49.
mr so fhlcagv to date has aasji
me on; otner twn in the coiintrv to
unnoutne winter gxdf."
This winter pastime la not to be
plued at the club. A ro,.n downtown
is iH-ing earsd U-r Dm . utfit. The in-
thKr course is about fifteen feet wide
by twenty feet long. The outfit con
sists of a large canva with pm kets.
into which the (tall is drh.n and an
overhead net that . , lies the tall on
wild shots. sVaODtSjtss to looal man
aka i -iyed In an -xlnbitii,n game of
IAS aaar wint.r sport at Chicago, it
paaaoaasa ail the sssanaa af tin afaai
game. and demands Just as much
- . and accuracy to play it.
"I took part in a game of indoor
golf the other day." sas one of the
laeal ohtfe Baashora "it is dundv
sport. The srnrhag and all is Just ex
actly like the regular game and it even
requires more skill to play it success
fully. To the many enthusiasts In this
city. I think it will prove vS-ry popu
lar fhicago has thre,. or four In-
I door courses and about three hun
dred players are devotees of the new
gume.
The early winter caught affairs rath
ler unflnish'd ut the N'orthland Cotta
try dab. R. T. QOOdsM hus defeated
a M. Miller, Jr., in the tinals of th
Natural. ration Appl cat oni Fded
Action Next S.
Tlie list of applhat
"'I" 'S to lv a. t.sl ,
term of court is now
i asm s n.w re-, lead
Sa the list to be at
I iTMult court on June
I. be n com pit ted
a n1 Inaptvtor t ;
Ontonagon, to corn!
there. The names of
applications for the
Th. mas Stnxich. A
Haa York. lot Nt
it atj . Hutu.sk.
u asJbsT, lMir.. William
Winona. May. !06, J
'.and. Kranklin. New v
r cUlaSBShlp
I leS Juiuial i
i t ed, and
baaaj aMan d
..join b the
!'. lleurii;K
the pn
I hiu left for
gaaataatlaaa
having llle.l
ii'rni are:
Hanoo. k.
ngelo t'era
York, Se-
. . Knulam
f aval. i Pfa
April, taai
-:-vv-::"X:xx-:..:..:--.-tK:
I- HOUGHTON BlVITIES
md sons hav
t'hlcago.
ng tf Kottga
r fobalt
Klaoss ii
11 tS of ,
miKlern, vigorous, t.-. hni. al. and prac- I championship. but he did not
tica he Is big enmigh to understand have an opportunity to play off with R.
CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS
COLDS. AND HEADACHES
DUE TO CONSTIPATION.
BEST FOR MEN. WOMEN
AND CHILDREN -YOUNG
AND OLD.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL
EFFECTS -ALWAYS BUY
THE GENUINE.
.-AXVFACT'jnED BY THE
the faults in the American system of
education and enthusiast;, enough to
attempt th. ir i ofTS turn. Efs believes
n ! ohit.g boya and girls how to live
tin ir own lives and not the lives which
are bayOfjd them and which they could
neither enjoy nor enrich were Ussy to
raat h
The whole matter Is sumnosl up in
the two words. atanal training."
An artist ordinarily would make a ri
diculous mart" hint Hs would break
up. Worse still, his neighbors would
laugh at him. A boy with a bent to
ward Ikurgalr.s or agriculture would cut
sad ;ig ire working oyer a canvas or
I ts...k. The oof iinaQnaal misfits of
the world are its unknown tragedies.
Only a dlauppo.r.t. d man here and
thara i.-a. tbs eataraga to aaafaaa not
his sin. but the transgression of his
parents, commonly of the father, whose
obstinacy sometimes is greater than
S. Patriot the spring champion,
the season's title. Goodell was
club's champion last season.
The Duluth club has twice wm;
cup offer .1 by W. I), falvei l.
Houghton and needs to win it out once
more to gain permanent possession
of it.
for
the
the
of
OFFICERS ARE ELECTED.
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
One size only. Regular price 50ca Bottle
Ar.on MaennercHor Preparing for Con
cert and Dance.
At a raeaaf meeting the Houghton
Arlon Mannerchor society elected the
fi. li.witig officers for the ensuing year:
President Theodore ctt.
V! lY.-sidi i t M. nr.v Hrohn.
Treasurer 'harl.s V:m n.
S..r. - irv It' ll-rt s buster.
Librarian Charlss M rt..
The tjaalaty is prapartef for its an
nual OOBOSfl and dan. , a typic al CJer
man sntertainmeM. whi. h will be cn-
BELL IN COMMISSION.
The signal bell ut what is known as
"Head Man s furve" in Fist Houghton
at the Junction of Cottaga avenue,
SheUb ri street and Franklin, was plac
ed In commission yesterday, the eltc
tri.al connections being completed and
everything otten In 00d working or
der. The bell will be rung from the
fire hall whenever an alarm is turned
In from that location, in order to give
ample warning to dsivers of motor
ar and wagons to et out of the
way of tho Hre apparatus. The cur
rent to operate the bell is furnished
gratis by the Hughton founty Kb. Hi.
Light . oinpany.
MAKING LAST SHIPMENTS.
It is probable that the liMt shipment
of copper by water for the present sea
son will be made this week. Bihar" til
Data snail or Juniata of tbs Anchor iin
will be in port on its east bound trip
this week to take on a cargo of cop
per arid the Rochester of the Western
fine will take on I cargo of copper this
week, bsfsfs baving for Inilnth. as It
will not touch Portage Like on its east
( : A
v f
tj. S. Department or igricultura
WEATHER BUREAU
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IW 1 Off) I I'. Weather Hiir.aii
Houghton, .Mi. b Nov 21. 1911.
Forecaate Till 7 P. M. Wednesday:
Copps OMflatfy: Tonight Increasing
1 loudlness. Wednesday snow. HliKht
lv wnriner
I'pp-r Michlgaii l-alr tonight, fol
kysyai by in. reusing cloudiness and
pioi.abiv snow Wednesday. Ulsing
b mperature.
LssbS uparlSf j Light variable wind,
h I SVatasj south and lie reusing.
Weather Conditions.
Tht blifh pressure at. , i:,,t,., y'S
ter.lay over the jreHt I'lfllns "has In-
reused both In depth and area, nrw
-overlng nil hc. t,,n - bet ,.n the
it... k Moan tains and tbs Appabv
chlnns, with Its tTesl In the eentrnl
Mississippi Valley ,s a result fair.
cool wenther prevails over all the In
terior, except for some cloudiness and
ows ova r the cjreat Lakes. The
torm area over lower Mb hlffaM vi's
rdaj has moved to the North Atlantic
.as: anil has caused brisk winds at
several eastern stations. A storm cen-
'. p of considerable energy Is reported
an the Canadian Northwest: It is
i i ompanled b warmer wentber and
high wlrols on the Washington coaat
but us vt verjs little precipitation hns
... ciirreil. A trough of low pressure ex
tends from this storm center south
vtard over ths Rock) Mountains. Mod-
. iat. lv high pressure cover the PaeM
, ,,ast and (air enth r Is general J(
,. i,i r..r shower In iregoii. Indb n-
tlons for the next 36 hours In this vl
cinlty re for Increasing cloudiness and
sniw with winds; slilftlng to south and
..,,) h..iit mi. I nrobablv Increasing
Wednesdny. ft win be slightly
warmer.
M i;. I mi K
Miss Kdith Scott h r.turne.l
visit ta Hetrolt.
Mrs w. n. Obhrsrl.
returasd from a trip
RSnsjtl r Ht-rmun C
ton left lust eveninc
basin, ss affairs.
Mr an. I Mrs. Ral
Hunrntown are the i
born last week.
d Aul of f hassell sustalnad a strok
of paralysis last attir SS and is In
ssrlOBS condition.
tfr. Kathorlne Jameson has return
ed from a visit of several months at
irungevllle. Ontario and Flint. Mich.
Hilda Inhiulst was arrnlirned this
morning before Justb . ii Sullivan and
sentenced to a term lii the . .unity Jail.
Toasph Fountain of ljiko Linden
brought a wolfs scalp to the county
clerk's office this molt ing and rSOSfl
e.l the regular bounty f $2.ri.
folumbia lodge of the Knights of
I'vthi is will hold a no ting and smok
er this evening, to which tbs ffaococb
Knights of Pythias have been invited.
The fhnsseli boys band which was
recently organized Is . noticing regu
larly every week and expects to giv--
a COI M and I lance SOH1S time tally ill
the coming year.
Th- steamer Minn.kahta .f the
c'hicago-Duluth line was at Houghton
this morning on her Inst trip of the
s.ason. The Delaware of the Anchor
stopped here also this morning, west
bound. The steamer Lakcli rtd of tbs POTl
Huron stopp. .1 at I al loc-ks this
morning with freight, hav ing h . n on
:'ii Irregular freight run since the com
pletion of her summer scheilule last
September,
The remains of the late John Allen,
who died lasl week at Kellogg. Idaho.
srrivsd n tbs Woftb was tarn train tius
morning, an I were taken to the Kfttt
Witl untleitaking rooms until further
.rrangetneiits for the funeral are mad. .
a party of fhasseii baatsrs ataaalst
Ing of frank L wis. Alfred W. Y.uk.
Alfred Lnngdon, Htorge Ross and Hoy
T.rt y r turned o.rday bPOM a. hunt
ing trip to Sllv. r Mountain. Fueh got
two fab except Mr. Lewis, who only
got one.
Wft t-&:-;
1 B . w ' x K' . ' I ' .'v .,
: W -Never M
Hl Disappoints si
rV5 TT'il
m m flour VlH
Wm ' ' CARRIED
W$h' EVERYWHERE SL
I BBpBlBafegr'v J'iMssssssssBBa
No Answer. Different. Vain Hopefulness.
"I irefsr,' museil the Inqulslllve Wllic -"Did the doc tor make you I If we hope for what we are not
boarder, "what has become of the old- take nasty medicine when you were likely to p ess, wo act and thlnlc
lushioned elocutionist who used to sick?" Freddie "No; It was latbsf la vain, and make Ufa a greater dream
recite llitiiiii on the Hliino? " afao made me lake IL" Judge and Bhudow than It really la.
COURAGE.
fourngi- is aa essential t sacessa in
lusitiess as it in in war. I 'a inl Inat td
BMp nt y . r by Ih. ir ow n efforts ac
complish anything worth while, al
though a quasi -su ess Is occasionally
thrust upon thorn.
To have coinage means above all, to
SS able to practice self-abnegation to
leak, real sacriftCSS of every kind in
in half of the ultima tS abject it means
strength and during to depart from the
well-beaten path, and the ability to
carve out a new way.
A courageous man Is traagthSMSd
rather than dlshea i toned by adversity.
He smiles when fate frowns, until late
finally smilss upon hlPJ. wnbatl Fraa-
is N.ittan.
SPECIAL SALE
Of
NO STOMACH MISERY.
Indigestion goes and your Stom- !
sen feela fins in fivs
Minutes.
You can eat anything your tontSl i
cravss without rear af teaisjestlon or
Dyspaadaa, or thai .vour faoJ will fer
ment or sour on your stonin.ii, il v lU
ill take a little Dinpepsin oca.-mn
ll.v.
Your tmals will taste good, and SnS
thing you eat will be digest.. 1. nolh
Ing can ferment or turn Inm acid Sf
poison or stomach gas, will, d eanSM
Belching, Dizsiness. a feoiing of I ill
ness after eating. Nausea. fftdtpsottoS
(like a lumr Of S id in stoma. Id B1 -
loudness, Heart bun Water bra"!'. I'imu
In stomach and intestines or mh. r
symptoms.
flSifSH tlllS from tin- stomach art ab
solutely unbnown whore ibis cltectlv.!
remedy Is used, loapepsln renl'y 'does
all the work of a i .althy stomach. It
digests Poor meals when you - StOsP"
ach cant. A single tlose wi'l digest
all the food ymi i and leave r dhiug
to fernn lit or sour and upct th Iti m
at b.
Get a large fit) -cent case of I'apt 's
)iaepsin from your druggist and si u t
taking now. and In a little Whtta u
will acluaHy brag about you - healthy,
strong Stomach, far you then cm tat
anything and eveiyihinsT n want
without the slight.. -I fdsxinniriiri or
' !' . ml every particle af Impurity
and tla-i thai la In your stoma, i at I
Intestines Is going to be csrrb-1 away
without tho use or laxatlv. s ,r any
MM t assiHtaiit e.
Should yoaj ut thin moment bs suf
fering from Indigestion or any Mmn
mh diaorder. you can aurel.v gei rebel
within five mlnutea
Winter Coats Suits
and Millinery
NOVEMBER 18th to 25th
1
Men's and Boy s Overcoats marked at the
following Low Prices : : : : :
$10.00 COATS $7 50 SUITS .
$15.00 COATS 6 25 SUITS .
' COATS $1!WMl $20.00 SUITS .
11.25
13.25
$15.00
?r on ffiATft tn.-j"-or. r.n ciiitc . i. i . ,
I" i OWI I v, Jift.i .
$30.00 COATS $122.50 .C0 SUITS $22.50
Lot of Men's and Young Men Overcoats ranging from $12.50 to
$17.50 to be sold $7.50 each during this Sale
30 Ladies' Long Black Coats to go at 7.50 worth 12.50 to $16.50.
25 Rivermink Fur Sets regular price $15.00 to be sold at $10.00.
illinery
to be closed out regardless of cost
$18.00 PATTERN HATS NOW $9.00 $12-00 PATTERN HATS NOW H OO
$1b.U0 PATTERN HATS NOW $7.50 1-00 PATTERN HATS NOW fSidO
Lot of Nobby Dress and Street Hats worth $5.00 to $8.00 to be sold
at $3 00
Shapes ranging from $3.00 to $8.00 to go at $2.00 each.
All trimmings in plumes fancy feathers, bands, wings, flowers to go
at prices away below cost.
B THE PRICES, THE MIES AND THE STI1E
V
CO? HiCLA AND 4TH.MJ LAURIUM.

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