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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, mi.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THEEE Hancock Department FRICTION OVER FIRE STATION DIFFERENCE OF OPINION BE TWEEN MAYOR AND COUN CIL OVER EXPEDIENCY OF BUILDING NOW. M;.y.r DMfl nnd t ho Ibincork eity council chudicd lust niKht t.ver the queattoa of tin aspedlenoy r letting a contract It building tli proposed ni'w west Hum-tick, fir hall ;.t th present time. Tin- oommtttee corapoccd or Messrs. HosUInK, o'.N.ill ami -Yam is. : . ' niritl.l rettntly to examine' the i. MrUd In favor of awarding the n t:.ist to ChMithier. Brother for Mtl, Tin' coat, ac.-orlinj; to tht report, cjuM l.c anally in.-imiit wiitiia this Mare by making a. few chunKes, : ut h M substi tuting a smaller Joint, ami bj making the brick walls four im In s narrower. "Hiive wo tin' mom with which to build tho fir;- hall, if we let the eon tract?" asked the mayor. v- haw a not," replied Clerk A. p. Mat th.nuhl, "for a pi nlbillt) of get t'ng any in amounts suilh lent for thin i urpone, Ai.ici man Hoeklng explained that nrrangfjnents had been made by Mr. Caiithli-r with the: First National hank i h. which upon presentation of an or tiir from tin- dt ugreelng to make payment when l ixee ore collected neal summer, to ;t ti vn m ( tin money needed by the contractor. This wop Id rellevt tho city f any embarrassment. .ia.ii- i !; remonstrated against r.oing ahoad with tin- work precipitate ly, and thought it might bo hitter to lay the matter on ti- table for two reefed until tho fire chlel and other mit-.bt ho consulted rut to the actual neceaafty for a hall ami win tier the plans wore unTeenble to hlin. It was suggested that for the time being some boat ami an extra hoaa Dart that fho cltj haa on, hand might be to red near the car burns IT he re it would lie avail able in case of tires ami servo until tho depart m tit could reach the seem Aldermen l-Ynncis, llnsklng. llram. iVXelll, and Jul.-i all sicke in favor of letting the contract now, nruii that by taking advantage of tho pre s ent bUu k building condition a consld- rablo mini could he wived the city In the east of putting up the building. As to the expei so of maintenance one bur firs would result in greater damage than the whole cost of keep of men and burs a at the station would in volve in a year, Alderman i raneis tlnally made a mo lion that the mayor and clerk bo ln tl noted to hIkiv a contract with nauthier Brothers, wnh'i Alderman KodMag seeoaded, The mayor agent I totested and asked Mr. Kram is to withdraw his motion, to which th" sec ond waid alderman would not agree. Alderman Ifnolftaaj tald that he thought the committee was as e-tmpe- tenl t judge of the Mda as is the Art iiief to judge- elttaena whom it wai suggested ho consulted. It looked tO him like a slur on tho committee, If Its report was not satisfactory all that tho council had to do was to r fuse to vote to accept It. Mayor DothP stated that ho recognized the ability of the committee hut thought that a the! delay wouldn't hurt any ami might have sonic gnoel effo ts. I am as much interested in the fourth ward us any one," said the mayo.!, "and I dealre to act for the best interests of ull t onci rued." "Ton arc not a member of tho coun cil." .-aid Aid. rman Bosnia "No. but 1 consider that 1 am a pret ty important factor In tho City ad ministrntieci juat the same,' re totted I la- m;or. Alilerman O'Neill poured oil en the troubled waters b .-'ik-est ia ; that the muter ml'Tht be dcl.i.cd until HYi day to which d ite an adjoin anient Could bo taken. This was satisfactory to Alderman Francis who was prc a!led upon withdraw his motion, but Mr. iiosicinR. the seconder of Mr. Fran cis' motion, wouldn't badge, but aid In didn't Mippom' It was nocosary he should as the motion could be wlth dra w n w ithoui hla consent. A motion was then made that when th meeting-adjourned it sliould be un til I Yiday evening, and that tho fire Iiief should bo requested l attend and k e bis opinion, Monthly Roport Received. Tha monthly report of Justice l-'un-i . showed $ix received in nana iur- i. Nocember and that of Justice KL h TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUV THE GENUINE SYR0P4I6S W AND " MANUFACTURED BV THE (ALIF0fiNiAp6UP(O SOLO BV ALL LEADING Owe Size only, so4 a Bottle keti $70. T h,. tormer reported three caaaa, the latter thirteen. Fire Wsr '!" Mitchell repurtcd having examined ' "ll1"1'"' of ehiinue.Ns and ordered due linings placed m some that are belrijr erected. A list of gaUnspMBl water uiers .vas presented, the total ,um outtand bjBJ amounting; to $1.05.47. A special nfiearlna of the board of public worfcj win b aalled to act on the matter of collections. ity Traaaurei Laaaatffi monthly re port showed balance .November 1. $2K, v.V.M'2; receipts, ::i,u.37 ; disburse ments, $h.ip;.ti!i; balance December I $-T..75y.6K. A new dog; ordinance relative to the on,,ormin. advertising and dlaaoei tioa sf d(,g8 on which licenses were un pald, was adopted by a full vote of the aldermen present and will become etfei live in twenty-one duya. Joseph Tuddlueef was granted per mission to aav his saion to a differ- 'hl bulldinx on italiroad avenue on tiling another boml satisfactory to the city. Air. Taddiuccl has decided, how ever, to remain at his present laoo Uaa until next May. JUNIOR SODALITY PROGRAM. EnUrtsinmsnt to Be Given nt Annual Bazaar of Young Ladies. Tho yovjag Ladtea! sodality of the St. Joseph's church Is preparing for its annual sale and bazaar, which will he held in the St. Joseph's parish hall mmenclng on Katurday. Some pleas ing entertainment feature am be livea in conneotion with thi bazaar, lO Which end the servu'e of the Junior Sodality have been enlisted, The pre- e.r.uu that bag boon prepared s a most attractive one. comprising solot and dialogues and a ooapts of Christ mas Sketches, as follows: harader sketch "Crandpa's Key- erio Dlaturhed." Peraoaaai Grandpa, Bdarard Bra- dear; Fireman. W. Ilatmon; ahsglnssr, A. lYIt'ei; Conductor, A. Jacipies. Cornetttat, K, Krsttt; Chinaman, J. dne; Nurse. T. stlnn; TeU-pbone dirl, M. L aid; Dudine. U Jiu ipu s, and l.'ass Fornet. F. Knelno. Accompunist. Anna Claser T.ihleau song "The Dilty Hoy." (Irandma Joseph Koss. 'hild Wilfrid Houle. sioist -1,. Barmen. a eoaate sketch "Tim Train lfauraM Mi . Huttermllk Lucille Jaecpies Ticket Agent Arthur Kratt. Johni - it d Laurln. njf, . Oil) Wauls to Kiss th by" v. Far I so. "Yesterday, or (Jraiulina's Dream" Song. I ra ndma- - Ma Ire Thllcault. ipfnner -Bernadette UeMelB. Washer---Annie ( I si art. RookaC - iota via ( tthrk r. Charaer Dora Toutant. Kniltor- Mury Stlnn. 'out (ship William and Lumniu Rai nion. Ac. ompanist Mildred WIvelL Song. "My Kitty" Liinima Tlannon. Accompanist ictavia dlvler. Drama "Nancy." Mis. Johnson, the mother Agatha Kratl. Mary, daughter -I,, lteauehamp. Qeftrude, daughter F. Fisher. F.llz iIm IIi, daughter It. Hrodeur. Mnrjorb. daughter - M. Wlvel. (Jrandiui ther- R. Stinn. Catherine, cousin S. Keauchamp. W'mitK d, ( ousln I.. F'ellorlu. N'alicy, a colored servant A. Hnlvin. Sam. colored cboreman- K. Hacine. Song. "Tho Kmpty Stocking" H. Laaouette, sawssattav hfiUer from taking the gin way again that the disturbance ,h -i urrel w hleh resulted in the arrest. The ge.uiai ntimsat of those fam iliar with the oase Is that Mrs. Miller should be allowed to keep the little daughter. t. Ba- J. H. HICOK ATTENDS WEDDING. Hsncock Man An Usher at Hinuorn Csstls Nuptials at Marquette. Miss Beatrlc Hansconi, brilliant MaKiu. tte authore s and society belle, this afternoon bec-ame the bride of William Hathgate Fastle of Duluth. the aeremony being performed by tho Hov. Hates O. Hurt at St. Paul's Fpls copal church at 2:30 o'clock, says the Marquette Chronicle of yesterday. In t'ie presence of an assemblage of rela tives and close friends, ami In the midst of beautiful and attractive floral decorations, the couple spoke the words that bind them together for life. Mr. Castle was attended by Thomas Cm. Noble of this city. In the capacity if best man while the bridesmaids wer Miss Kllen Shlrns and Miss Mar garet Fonklln, both charming Mar aeottS girls, and close friends of Mis. llanscom for a number of years. The BShsro were Austin Farrel, Alfred . Jonlfnaj and Dr Thomas Cunningham of this city, and John II. Hicok of Hancock. Prof. Alec Hamby pre idol nt the organ. As a prelude to the marriage ceremony Mr. Hamby rendered several delightful selections and then the Io h en grin areddihd march as the bridal party entered the sacred edifice. To trs? tunes of Mendelssohn's wedding Inarch the bride and groom their at tendants and tho many spectators took thetr departure. Miss llanscom entered tho church attended oaty by her bridesmaids. Join Ittg Mr. CaatlS nnd Mr. Noble nt the al tar, where she was given away by her mother. Mrs. Irving Dunne llanscom. The beautiful Bp ta Pa pal ring service wns read, the Ti Ido the w hile carrying a hand illumined pr-tyer book of white velum, containing the entire maui.u;, service, from which drooped lilies of the valley, attached to white satin rib bons. Following the ceremony a brilliant reception was In hi at tho llanscom home. 339 Rast Ridge street. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fastie leave on ti renins Mala for Fhloago en route a -t, and w ill be at homo at 11132 Fast First street, Du luth, after Jnnuary K. hers of the Mary und Martha club were ull disposed of at good prices and the apron sale by the Industrial so. iety i. suited in adding considerably mora to the treaaury of the organization WITH JUNIOR BOWLERS. Hancock Youngsters Defeat Hough -tons in Game Here Last Night. The Hancock and Houghton Junior Howling teams engaged In a match game at the Mitchell ulleys In Hancock last evening, resulting In three straight for the local quart, tte. The scores were as follows: - Houghton. Forge 154 13 13S lYldman 100 145 103 Shea 1S3 116 121 Stack 102 123 128 Totala 489 G23 4'.0 Hancock. M. Mitchell 14.ri ir.r 1 r: Ryan 149 147 161 ;. Mitchell 144 168 133 Helling 114 138 12(1 Totals M.I 8 607 Tho Hancock team of the Oopp r Country league will bowl the Hough tons 'his evening at the Dee alleys in Houghton. 4 HANCOCK BREVITIES PARK FOR OUTDOOR RINK. Park Citixen Suggests That Driving Would Be Fine Site. With the coming of cold weather the annual discussion relative to furnlsh lOg tha yoaanj people Of Hancock with an open air skating rink has boon re vived, and several suggestions as to a suitable location were advocated from time to time and then cast aside as undesirable last winter, a well known Hancock eftizon this morning suggest ed that tho city driving park offered the beat advantages for a skating park of any place that could be mention ed. "Last summer In the preliminary days of planning for the homo-coming celebration," ho said, "much mention was made of the desirability of tho City deriving more benefit from the use and possession of the park than it bad done hitherto. A c hance Is now offered to make good use of a portion of the park by turning if Into a skating rink. The part which every fall Is used as a football gridiron, comprises B level area of about Ave acres In extent. A bank of snow could be raised around this tract, which could then be easily Hon led, there already being several hy drants on the grounds Installed by the city last summer. If nnyone has a bettor proposal to offer than thK I'd like to hear It. but no other site ap pears to mo to bo so desirable or adaptable for the purpose." OVERHAULING THE YANTIC. Tests Show Wireless Equipment is Very Powerful. The V S. 8. Yantle. training ship of the Hancock, Ksranaba, Traverse City and Ashland divisions of the naval re serves, and over which there has been considerable contention of late Is being thoroughly overhauled and Its machin ery will be placed In good condition. engineer O'Neill found in the pipes hading to the boiler a thin scale which h claims accounts for the dif ucultM experienced during the cruise last summer In getting up steam. He Ik unable to explain where the coating comes from, unless from the waters of Portage Lake. Tests recently applied to the wire less equipment on tho Yantle show that It is as powerful as the equipment on any boat on the lakes. The Calu met station states that it can hear messages sent by the Yantle very t lately. It required only three minutes to send a message from the Yantle to Huffaloand this in consideration of the fuet that a part of the distance, tho message had to be relayed by land. SUPPER IS SUCCESS. The turkey dinne r and sale he Id last night at tlm Cemgregatbnal ehureh parlors by the ladle's Industrial society v as one eif the- most suce e'ssful which tha ladles ever eonducteel nnd many were tho praises bestoweel upon the spre ad. Thi dolls dressed by the' mem- UscTI Smaller Feet Sore Feet, Tender Feet end Swollen Feet Cured Every Time T I Z Makes Sore Feet Well no Mat ter What Ails Them. Masses will be i lehnit.d tone l low meuning in the Si. Patrick's and Si Joseph's churches in observance of tin feast of the Immac ulate' conception. In St. Joseph's tluy will be at a: 30 and ! o'e lo. k. ami at St. Patrick's at 7 and ! o'eloe k. A special meeting of the linn o k bulge- of Rlks is si In dub d for this e filing. Prank F.ilola has gone to Deiner to efead a meeting of the dire ctors of the Hbu-k Hear Mining Company. The eitllci'H of the Finnish IJterary Institute have been moved from the htaath block t ( the Northwestern hei tel. K. R. Darwin and Mr. Outhrie, rate in.-.pee'tors of the railroad e ommi.-sion of Michigan, ire- in tiie copper coon try on otlidal biisitie-ss. Tho Hancock public schools will have but one wee k's holiday at Christ mas, the .schools . losing eill December 22 and re-opening on January 2. Holi day program ar- be I nig prepared In several of the rooms of the- various scheieils. Mrs. Harvey D. e'low la visiting her mother and brother in Haaoook, the latter being at St. Joseph's hospital with a broken b-g which be sustained while e-mployed on the- I'lowhoy early last summer. Mrs. Clow ami be-r hus band will shortly leave for a trip to Honolulu, where they will spend the winter. Simon McDonald, for twenty-five yean or more a re'sble-nt of Hancock, has removed to Chicago where he will reside in the future. Mr. McDonald was for many years engaged In tlm insurance and real estate- business here-. The clerks of the Grlnnoll Brothers' music bouse- in Hancock in Han iocV will entertain at a private lancing party this svenbaa in the Roulean halL An attractive program numbers has bee-n arranged. Frank Fharticjr, for the past year a member of the local force of the Washhurn-CroRby company, left yes terday for (Irand Rapids, where he w ill bis future- home, having be en promot ed to a more important position with the company. Mra. Fhartier accom panied him. j TORCH LAKE HUBBEI L COUNCIL MEETS AN UNUSUAL SITUATION PLUMBER WANTS PAY FOR ME TERS HE DID NOT INSTALL. MRS. MILLER FREED. . j t Hancock Woman Produces mumoor i Witnesses In Her Behalf. Mrs. Lempl Miller who was arrest -d Tuesday nnd arraigned In Justice Btchkern'a court, was lonna gwmj sen ntence was suspended by the jus tice who pen even tnru ivir. - not so much to blame as her fen-mcr htumono, J aeon winnr. wim IP trtty after securing a divorce nnd to whose custody the daughter of the oou- pie was recently given juom Sir. etor. A number ef women appeared In court In rupport of Mrs. Miller, claim ing that the father wn I imt a fit per son to care fer the little girl, was cruel to her, ill-treated her and that the , MM was afraid of him The child ran awav to her mother, and It was while Everyone who is troubled with seire, sweaty, or tender feet swollen feet smelly feet, oerns, callouse-s or bun lems can quickly make their feet well now. Here Is Instant relief ami a lasting perman-nt remedy -it's called T1Z. TIZ makes sore feet well and swollen fee-t nre quickly reduced to their natural slxe. Thousands of la dies have been able to wear shoes a full size smaller with perfect com fort It's the only foot remedy ever made which acts on the principle of draw Ing out all the poisonous exuelations which cause aore feet. Powders nnd other remedies merely clog up the pores. TIZ ( h anses them out and keeps them clenn. It worka right off. Ymi will feel better the very first time It's used. Use It a w eek anil you can forget you ever hnd sore feet. There la nothing on earth that can compare with TIZ is for sale at nil druggists cents pi-r bex or direct if you wish, from Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chi cago, HI. Claims He Was Awarded Contract Council to Do That Work. by A rather unusual attuatlon developed at the regular December me eting of the lluhhcll council last evening, when the bill of Herbert TrevlUten, plumber, was presented calling for 111.55 for the installation of se-ve ti meters el $! !." each, only three of which, however, wer,. actually installed by Mr. Tievil lian. The- couneff and president re fueed te allow tho bill unless corrected and as Mr. Trovilttaa refused to cor rect It. It was laid on the table. When the water meters were first received, Mr. Trevllllan offered to in stall thi'in for $1.65 each, and as hi oiler was He lowest, it w as a ecpte-.l by the council, although no formal contract was entered Into, it Is said Later several of the reslebrits ex pressed a desire to ih the work them Salved or have anie other plumbe r eh it and nt a special meeting, tin' coun cil decided that every resident could use his own judgment In the matter. " long as the work stood the inspec tor's test. So far as the council iw concerned, this is the policy which will be- earrb-el out ami until the bill of Mr. Trevllllan is nltereel, the coun oil will fefuse to grant pamrnt. No other business came before the council last e vt ning. IS ELEVENTH FATALITY. Beat an Another Victim of Hunting Dies From Injuriea. T,evi Bandy, who was acddeateily ill t by a e-ompanlem. a Crystal l ull I oing man, is dead at bis home ai I.egansport. Ind.. as u result of his In- I J'tiy. With bis demise- the number "i c 1 hinting fatalities In upper Michigan I1 pa t season has b"cii Inon-ase'd t : von. Bundy w as slmt while In quest iu deer at Sargent Lake, northweat of Crystal falls. A nosed list of the! dead follows: W H. Judicium, Kalka- 1 ka. .-hit by fither; tJasper Mes.'tlnlsb, I Bluney, frozen tei death; Theodore Coin. in. Hlrch Cree k, shot by broth I Jedm Uisiiop, Marquette, kllh'l by train. Edward Augc, Iv pianilng, shot lam self; J. I,. Bobbins, Mils, a victim of ovor-e-Xertlon ; Walter Major, Hancock, shot by eonipardon: I'eter Rhea, slmt himself; John Chary. K ite's, slmt him self; Isaac Mlkkoncn, shot hli Levi Bundy, Iiganspert, ind. A re ported fatality In which Pert Orr. ageel 23. Is said to have lost his life at Har dy, did not take plaae hi the upper peninsula, as aliened. There is no "Hardy" north of the straits and nothing can be learned of any upper peninsula accident of wb'ch a man tiann ,) Orr was the victim. ELECTIONS OF I. O. O. F. Lake Linden Lodge and Ivy Rebekahs Name Officers. At the last regular meeting e.f Fake linden L ;-. i i . . f., tim felloe hhj oHicers were elect eel for the :iu' year: Past C.rand, John Fel ve"in. Noble- eirand, PSmest Hamilton. Vice- tlranel. Arthur Trelohr, Secretary, Koelerie- It. Camerew, Finum ial Secret. r. H. I.. Hnr'oank. Treasurer, Wallace M Idd letnlsn, ivy i:. befcah lodge, Hp, lS, !.. V. lias elected the following officers for 1912: fast Ctand, M'ss F. lith MeDoiigail. Noble 1 1 ; uid M ra i awy. Vice rjrand. Mrs. f.iward Bennatt. S i i. lary. Mrs. Sol Jai obsetii Tfrendre, Mrs. B. c Btohardsi Finale ial Scietary Charles la lift. Jr. Try Cocoa each day for a week and you'll find that youVe formed a habit which spells health. r.VkibuaaLjsMaBi is the surest means toward the formation of the habit, because it combines every v ir tue of the choicest cocoa with that tempting quality known as Wilbur flavor. Order From Your Grocer Today H. O. WILBUR & SONS, Inc.. Manufacturers. . Phll.dlnl.i. P. Wi Other famous Wilbur creations are: Wilbur's Cocoa -Velour and American Milk Chomhiie fFi,n Chocolate) and Dessert Chocolate AN with H ilbur flantr. SHOPLIFTERS AHE BUSY. With the approach of the PUS) lmli du se ason, it is report" il that sbopllft ers are m.-ain nt work in tin store.-. I and lh- me'i ch tut; are- warn.il to bbl ..li iheir eiiaid. V. st-relay a little- fif teen car old was can-. lit In the act of -dealing soni" e'hrlstnias nove-i- tles from pae of the local atoeea and admitted lur gul!!. She was allowed to go after a soma! lecture by tho proprietor. a) : : ; : -r - TORCH LAKE DRIEFS. The i .melilion f Rcinhardt BchllchT- t'ng, who hps been eeiionaly in al hla hoin- on Tunnel street, b reported to be improving. John St he-nk is apected heana f- morrnw front Ann Arbor and Detroit, where he MNafel to consult specldHata ii le-ganl to his health. The funeral of the lata Mrs, Joseph Hit bio Of false (jbdeM was held tlu.- morning, with aervlcea al the st. Jos eph's church ami Interment at Lake View. Two canelidates were- Initiated at the regular mee-tlrig of the- FiMein Star which was held last evening. Lunch eon was served ami later dancing wa Imlulged in. Woman Suffrage Means Co-operation Between the Sexes By Mrs. F.MMcLINE PANKHURST. English Militant Sufl'ragctte, Now In America H T'J'l wt.jnon n allv free in this home of liberty BOrj freeelom? No; women ARE NOT FREE. Women are still in POLITICAL and SOCIAL BONDAGE the world over. So long as women havo not the power to help themselves men are responsible for it, and it is an awful responsibility. Women may not be able to improvo matters when they get tho vote, but if they fail then the rosponsibility will be upon thrmselvcs. Men will bo relieved. THEY SHOULD BE TRUE TO TRADITIONS AND TRY TO EMAN CIPATE THE OTHER HALF OF HUMANITY AND TRY THE EX PERIMENT OF CO OPERATION ON EQUAL TERMS WITH MEN AND WOMEN. Advertise In The News for results. Classifie d ndn bring rejjlts. C Instilled A tin bring results. Advertent in The News for renults. Army Aviators Will Conduct Important Experiments While at Winter Quarters ei - L ' H few Ml. JUEHkk 4 ( nBBBBBBBBsW-- i iSSttW W- W aBBBBBsi I llBMBBBBaBw W$k$ tmmmmljk fll MnflnBssssKKB I MMMKdMBlji ' 'iBsssJate-A. wHsnajuMfajBfciiI l'hotoa by American l'ress Assoctati n Ihtptaln Charles le Kurt: Chandler, Lleutemints Hoy C. Klrtland. Henry II. Arnold nnd TUemns le Witt Mill ing of the army aviation school ate-at the winter quarters at Aususta. V.w . where n number of important experiments n-ill be conducted thla winter. Tlmee will Include cross couutry flights of fifty mlU or more, night flights aided by paaiaffM Baarehllub's. eh-lin-ry r the! nit.-d Males mall, dropping of bttmbs weighing nt lenst twenty-five pounds, tnking pbotugrupltK of the earth frt.ui high altitude, draw ing sketches of the country nt nltltude of more than oOd fe-et. sending hneaeagea bj rlahnaal and artrahnai iastiumeuta, vulpiaulug from au altitude of IdJH feet or toore and climbing at lcaal UOM feet in three minutes.