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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department MONKtY WRENCH CORPS GETS IN ACTION TODAY OFFICIALS DETERMINED TO COL LECT DELINQUENT TAXES. Board of Public Works To Push forccment of Regulations. En- In pursuance or instructions th n id lowed the holding of j, special meeting: i tin- board of public work yestcr da y .iiicrnoun, Airx mi MM Slmt ('.miiiilsKliincr Hosklng stand o,,t n,, morning with a list of delinquent wa t( r con-uniprH and monkey wrenchea with which t enforce payment of ua tc r taxes. The city (iun. il at ,,,, ,., ing last Wedm .-alay n lajkt, had its aft. tintion called to long list of lUUBM of water consumers who were dclln iucnt, the entire ammint dm- the city from thl8 source being $1js:i.4T. u vvas decided last night that (he regulations should be vigorously enforced and Mr. BMT, president of the board, suggest ed that the rules be printed in the pa pers, together with a notice tliat tMH6 nrter they would be enforced to the 1, It. r. Tka matter of making repairs' to the reservoir on Reservation street, t take care of which a committee was ap pointed recently, and on which u report was received yesterday, was referred to the same committee, fmisi.-tlfi - of Messrs. Kauth, Andct n and Engineer Steektr. Mr. Snelder, roprcscntlrR the Wcst- InvhottM etlectrtc company ami f. l. Barrett of Houghton, were present to take up with the board rhe matter of oporatkag the metric pump at .... station by manae 6f an ttaotrm device at the No. 1 station, it aa .1. t ided to make a visit at once to the pumping Malum to look over the requirement and obtaining a carriage the electrical men and the member ,,-f the heard drove out to tka pumping station to In- est I gate. Tim n. embers of the board who nc- om;iani. ,i llssnra, Bniltei an i Bar- ' " the bum ptag station were Messrs. Kauth, Anderson and F.ngineer Btockly. The eleetrMana informed th. committee, after looking over the plant tl at in 1' tlv feasible, and report to this ' "e' t v. Ill be made by the- committee at a ubseiiunt milting SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. n Qulncy street ia a acene depicting uint.r kOnrta, showing ski rid. i s. -hil men BaaeMng nag i i. ami a girl with skat. on their feet on the edge of a fro.. ii pond, but deterred by a "danger sign." The naekgroaml la a Defeated BOSM with a runnlriR stream, lir . lad hills, farm houses und Santa Clans and reindeer on a country road. The entire arrunKcmcnts la moat sktll lul and attractive and hundreda of people stop daily to look and admire. Adjourned Session Tonight Promises to Be Intere-ting One. 'Hie matting or the city council this evening, adjourned front W. dm adl v night, promisis to be an interesting one and there will in all probability he a good ikmd attendance of citi -i s to list, ii to the proceedings, The aa an aldermen ravorlng the !'!:'" "f letting the rontract and going kead with the w,k whilo conditions 'le favorable, and whll,. low luur. .-. ID fte secured, is approved by most went Hancock residents who have bat n promised a Hie station for the past two ' r8- " "e other hand Mayor Dodgel" ? niatch isn't up nut believe- ti. oity'B financial thom wauiwvaj warrants the expenditure of a sum ao large as will be needed to build the hall, and in this he has the endorsement of some of the landing l"1 h i aa in rip, who think that action might wisely be deferred. The committee- whirh re. onn, , ended the ac ooptaaee of the 1,1.1 ,,i rjautkler Moth ers claim that they are playing no favorites and that after carcfullv con sidering every proposal submitted tiiey accepted tint which in avery bmj seemed I he most favorable and ndvan- tageoUC to the city. WARD ONE'S TAX ROLL. Supervisor J. L. Harris of Ward one, Hancock, yesterday turned in his win ter hig bOOka to the city treasurer. The amounts assessed ate: School and one mill tax. $13,022.6!', general city tax. 11,1404 rigging fund, gfd.ff; county tax. $3,ini.r9: state tax, $4,3R2.11. The rate this year will bo $1.68 per hun dred, tbOnl twenty cents less than last year, the reduction being due to In crense In valuation nnd the fact thnt less m nv has been tfjmd for by the state and county. PILAKOFF AND SAMPSON. Return Match at Kerredge Theater to Take Place Dec. 18. Arrangements have been completed l:y Richard Callahan w it h Fred I Mia I off and Paul Sampson, w ho reccntl v. rest led at the K rrednc theater, for notker matek, t take pkloa Mon- i'a.v evtnlmr, December IS, In a catch-s-catch-t an bout lo a finish. Should it her man refuse to continue at any time he will loae his share of the re- "ipts, and Mr. t'alluhin promises that to standard paying admission will Ret their money ba k. in November w hen the ime two men wrestled here PikskOfl 'aimed that Sampson used rough tac tics and waa awarded the match by v.. referee. The contest did not allow either wrestler to show Just what lie COUid 1 and hence the arrangements for B return match. (le oleacn of Calumet has been asked to act as ref- roe. danco takea place this evening at the Ripley school gymnaainm and g aj time is anticipat.d. Kllngkammera or . hestra furnishes the music and ev erybody ia promised good music, good dan. lug and a good time generally. TORCH LAKE I TOWNSHIP TAXES DUE. Treasunr Will l.ng this morning commenced the collection of the $.Vi, 'oo on the Torch l-ike township tax roll. He expects to complete his col lections before Jan. 10, the date upon which the collection fee In raised from one to four per cent. Mr. Ixmg will be at the Hubbell bank i er l'i iiln v iii the month for the purpose of col lecting taxes. CHARGED WITH VAGRANCY. CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS. Christmas programs are being pr. -pared by the various Sunday aokooU of the Torch Lake towns and other preparatlona are being made for the holiday aeason. It is expected that the programs will be very lnterestinr. WINTER IN MINIATURE. Preo e'liukcy has talon a bind In the rivalry which appear to exist among the window deOomtoTa of the various Hardware stores In Hancock plan of operating by means of and Hmurhton to devlf-e the most ..ric-. el, . tri, :.l devices without the necessity jlnnl and attractive displays. In the of having a man In attendance la per-1 window of the Punkcy hardw ire atore Man Alleged to Have Entered Homes and Demanded Money. Jacob Jokl of Hoston was yestcrda) afternoon sent to jail by Justice Kich kern in (Tefault of $00 sun ty lond to Keep the peace. Jokl was charKed with . a:;rancy. and was accused of visiting aaveral homes bj West Hancock anJ demanding money of the women who I Bgpened g be at home. Jokl has been B resident of the county for twenty ears and ha always been a hard working man, but. It la thought that he has hi ne mentally unbalanced. He paid that Where there were bells h" tang them, but If there were none, he imtered nanoeoeanedi He has a rlft BJbH six children and It is thought that I short stay In Jail will result In his overcoming his prowling propensity. Victors; Victrolas and Edison Phonographs Tot the BJHIglr lOTiaaj home OCM of these in struments would surely plaese they present all hntrumenta in one through them yni bring to your home the world's greatest sing ers; the fln .-I Hands and orchestras; ope ras; Vaudeville Sketches- the thousands of Victor and Kdlson Records embrace the finest mrsic and entertainment of every class. What a wealth of enjoyment one of these Instru ments provides certainly In nothing else of like price could you obtain similar pleasure bringtng value. There's a Victor, a Victr.da or an Kdison Phonograph at a price within the reach r ev ery p rson seeking a beatttiftti and enduring r. mcmkmcM a VICTORS, $10 TO $100 VICTROLAS, T0 S200 EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, TO $100 These IiHtruif.ents are furnished In beautiful Mohagonyi Oak :"'d Walnut cast s, artistic in il si t, r? and tlncly tlnlshed. In BBtch B iur- okaa you add :"t only to the bappteeea r one person the recipient but to the pb asure of many a there as well. Don't Put Off Buying The demand for these instruments Increases with each succeeding Holiday season. The gra Victor and Kdlson factories find It al most impossible to supply them In sufficient numbers. We expect, and h ive prepared for, the creates! businc.-s in this department that we have ever known, but WO urge you to PPOOOa now. We want to supply every person with Just the InMrument th j WOttM desire, but too great delay may mean disappointment visit our aaajie OOIIIB make you r selection your first payment need I nly for the Rec ids; we will hold th. Instrument for Christmas de livery. There Is no one but WOttM ! pleased with with a gift no home to which It would not bring added enjoyment, Grinnel Bros.9 Music Store Detroit HANCOCK STORE, 307 QUINCY ST. 24 Stores.Headquarters THEATER CASES POSTPONED. Owing to the Inability on the part of Proeeoutthg Attorney w. J. Mac Don aid to be In Justice Klchkern's court this morning to tnke charge of th prose'-ution of Con S. Sullivan and David K. Rico, pr iprlctors of the Hny al and Orpheum theaters, respect ivelv. charged with keeping their places of amusement open on a recent Sunday the cases were postponed until to morrow morning at ten o'clock. HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL. : t j. 4. TORCH LAKE BRIEFS. : There will io no aervlcea in the lo ral Congregational churches on Sunday. Crank S. hnotalla has arrived home Trom Minnesota, where be spent the last several months. Arthur Detaagte, who recently had . ne leg amputated, has sufficiently re covered to bo among his friends BgpJhfc. A rra mo menta for the animal skat Ing party to be given by the Brer) liodyV Cavorite '! i, ,,t the Ampin- iirorue on Jan. 23, will be completed at the meeting of the club this evening Ldiko linden friends barn with pleasure of the reappointment of Malcolm QlUtaf to the position or po tmaster at liuttc, Mont. Mr. f Sillies is a former Kake Linden resident. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." bom Cell The freshman team of the Hancock high achool yesterday defeated the Ktgftth graders by the score of 2" to '12, In an interesting game of basket ball. The juniors and seniors will piny a rouble header tomorrow evening, the girls mee-tlng the girls ami the boys mooting the boys. It Is expected the nint h will prove very interesting. ! : HANCOCK BREVITIES v C. A. WMghi has arrived home from a short business visit to Chicago. The Hancock lodge of the Knights j Of Pythias will hold a regular meeting this evening at which there will be work In the second rnnk. Boy Coldsworthy and family leTt Wednesday to return to his home In Ontario, going by way of lower Mlchl Igan where he will visit for a short 1 1 imc. The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Ancient Order or Hibernians will hold their an Ittttttl election or officers on Sunday af ternoon next nt Hibernian hall. Postmaster C. F Rogers addressed Ike students of the Hancock high school In the assembly ball this morn ing on how Cncle Sams mall are handled, The talk was interesting and instructive. The runeral of Uiistave Kaurala of Denunon will be held tomorrow after Toon with Interment in LakeeJdg cem etery. Kaurala was seventy-one years i.f age aid had redded in the copper country for many ycara. The llipley firemen's flrwt annual 1.1-10 Mary, Queen of Scots, Beheaded at Foth. ringay I 'astlt S, 1 5X7. 17M Bfi Whltnev, inventor of the cotton gin, born In Whetboro, Ma s. Died in New Haven, Conn., Jan. 8, 18 25. 1776 Washington with his forces crosaed the Delaware Into Pennsylva nia. llfj Henry Timrod, poet, born In Baton ton, ia. Died in Atlanta, July 3, 190S. IMS- Doctrine of Immaculate Con ception proc laimed by the pope. 1862 Oen. Grant ordered den. Sher-! man to advance on Vleksburg. 1891 Canada Imposed a duty on all fish imported from K. w foumllnnd. 1 BOS-Herbert Spencer, celebrated Kngllsh philosopher Jled. Horn April 27. 1820. Let Us Show You OUR LINE OF CUTTERS FUR COATS SLEIGHS FUR LINED COATS BLANKETS FUR MITTENS ROBES SKATES BABY CUTTER ROBES SLEIGH BELL HOCKEY SKATES SNOW SHOES SUIT CASES HAND BAGS SWEATERS JERSEYS TRUNKS from $2.50 to $50.00 Quality The Best Prices The Lowest Weider Harness Co. Opposite Calumet Theatre k Confirmed Statement Ap- dene prais. that Evidence Calumet Readers Will predate. Doan's Kidney Pills have splendid work in thla locality. Have merited the unstinted they have received. Here's evidence of their value none can doubt. It's testimony from this locality twice-told and wedl confirmed. Such ajntenenaagrki are unique in the annals of medicine. Should convince the most skeptical Calumet aeaoV ft Mra. J. Yelp, 25f South St., Hough ton, Mich., says: "I willingly verify the statement I gav. in favor of Doan's Kidney I ills in IMO. I can recommend this remedy Just as stroiiMly as ever as 1 have been great ly benefitted by its use. I keep C an .' Kidney Pills in the house all the time and whenever in need of a kidney and backache remedy, I take them with good results I always find them to be Juki us i . pi. vented. Yu mnj e-m-t'nue using my cmlor-enb nt of Doan's Kidney Pills In view of what the) have done for me." For sale by afl dealers. Price 511 cents. Cost, i Mllburn Co, I tuff a In, New York, sole agents for the Cnited States. Remember the name Doan's and take no olh ft "MORE BEAUTIFUL AMERICA" SLOGAN IMPORTANT TOPICS TO BE CON SIDERED BY THE AMERI CAN CIVIC ASSOCIA. TION. WashlliKtoli, Dec. 8. The seventh annual convention of the American Civic association, which will l held lu re on Dee-. 1 .', 14 and IS. promises what Is probably the most elaborate program ever arranged for such a meeting. Prcshb nt Taft will attend one of the sessions, at which Walter L, Fisher, secretary of the Interior, will preside; Senator Sinoot, of Ctah; Krne.t Thompson Seton, Wlilinm Dudley Bibles Furnished Free. Youna; couples who furnish their flats under the direction of a Third avenue furniture house are bound to begin housekeeping In pious frame of mind. For every $50 worth of furni ture they buy, either for cash or on the installment plan, the dealer makes them n present of a Hlble. "I just got In a case of fine Hlbles yesterday," he said, "nnd as soon as they are gone I shall lay In another anpplj. Heforc I went Into the furni ture business I was a book agent. The peeps I got then Into people's homes showed a deplorable !ack of Mihles, especially among the young couples. I did not have much chance lo rem edy fhe defect t.''en, for I was not hnndllng Itlbles and anyhow I wouldn't have been In a position to give them away, hut since I have gone Into this business I can afford to throw In a Rible with every $.r0 purchase." New York Times. ooooooooooooooooooe o ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS, I oeooooeoooooooooooo Co. ilke. presided ef the national Mu nicipal league; Irving K. Pond, preai Ident of the American Institute of Ar chitects; Dr. Woods Hutchinson, and many others will attend or speak at the sessions of the convention. "A More I'aautiful America" Is the BtOflBMI of Che movement which the, as OCletieO hi NWttafajaj Questions which will be taken up at the convention rkam from the building of national parks to swatting the fly. City plan-nine-, from the business side as well as the esthetic viewpoint; street lighttng . had. treen, the amoke problem and other phases of municipal life will be discussed by many speakers. One r-a -Mare ad the convention will be a re view of the civic betterment which has been accomplished by organizations of women. Outline of the Program. Discussion of state and national parks will take up much of the first lay's session. Addresses will be made l y J. Horace MoCarlan.l, president of the association; Knos A. Mill, of Kstes Park, Colo.; Senator Smoot, of Utah, and Herbert W. Oleason f Hoston, Mass. Senator Smoot will inn. .due.- a bill In Congresa to create a federal bureau of national parks. The rough draft of the bill will be presented at a 'conference during the first day's sea ' slon. Mrs. Philip North Moore, of St. Douls. pr. sldent of the (Jeneral Keder- latlon of Woipen's Clubs, will speak at the first session on "What Organized Y- men Are Dedng." Krnest Thompson S ton. chief SCOUt of the ltoy Scouts of America; J. Lo kie W ilson, secretary of the Ontario (Canada) Horticultural assoi iation. and Samuel s. Tiiorpe, of Minneapolis, president of the Nat na! Association oT Ileal Kstate Kx hanges, are among the other speakers. Irving K. pond will apeak M "The Archite-ct and the Community." on Thursday, the association will hold a business session. RiehurU R Watrous, secretary, yill make a report of the year's work, which will be fol lowed bv election of officers und mem l-c-rs of the executive board. A s. ssioji devoted to "The- Communities We Live In" will follow, at which Major Wil ilam V. Judson, V. 8. A., corps of en aineera will make an address upon "Washington, a Model City." Arnolel W, Brunner of New York will present "The Business Side of City Planting." At the afternoon aeaelon on Thurs day there will be addresaes by George Hurdett l-ord of New Yrk. Frederick C. Howe of New York. c. L. Ilsbelman or Cleveland and Tiiomas E. Donnel liy, president of the Chicago amoke commission. Swatting the fly will have a promi nent part In the afternoon meeting. Kdward Hatch, Jr., of New York, pres- ideiit of the t!: fighting committee, will 'make- his report. Addressee on the 'house fly will be made by Dr. Woods ! Hutchinson, of Xew York; Profe-asor C. F". Hodge, of (.'lark colle ge. Worcee- ter, M i s., and I r L. o Howard. hi'-f of the bureau of entomology, Washing ton, D. C. Motion pictures of the house fly w ill be shown. On Friday, the last day of the con vention. L. J. Boughner of Minneapolis will speak on "Vacant lot Gardens," William Solotoro r East Orange, N. J.. will speak on "Progress in Munici pal Shade Tree Control" ami L. L. Leonard of St. Louis will speak on the HI 1 1 board Nuisance." Friday afternoon there will bean ex perience meeting at which Mra. Kd waod W. Hlddle, president of the Fed eration of Pennsylvania Women, will preside. Five-minute reinirts will be made of civic activities in many cities of the Cnited States and Canada. Mrs. John W. Rcily. of Fort Hunter, Pa.. will speak on "Children's Gardena in Harrisburg." WOMEN WITH PILES. Bo Cured By Simply Taking Sugar Coated Tableta. Constipation, tight clothing, and WOanen'a ordeals cause plies. Women suffer nfJei more than men nnd all will be grateful to know of a success ful remedy in tabb t form, tluit brings u c ure without cutting, use of salves or suppositories. This guaranteed remedy is HKM-RoID. sold by Eagle Pharmacy, Calumet, Mie-h., Iaurlum Pharmacy, Laurlum, Mich., and all druggist. $1 for treatment lasting 24 da v s. Dr. Leemhardt Co.. Station H. Ituf falo, N. Xm Trop. Write for booklet. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS By Fred . Leipziger AiD NO TO AiHtKV CP T UK MONF-V I MAvu iAV6D fF5oM My hOOiE-KSEPIMc; A LJ AMP UJC I I -c r dHmGTMAi . tt I DIDN'T DO .THIS 10 NnVER CjtT FAK PA MIG'HT P'ND T. AND N.AC; ONTO IT, I KNEW NO ONli VVOllT BVBW BOTHER IT IN TM.r: UNABaiDGED OlCT'ONAHj vau i -r i. cite Hnitn TOO NOn.-.tv, HAi TOUCMt r it novaj won rue eeir K,TtHB M i A f f C t KNEW NO ONU WOll-D V I , . ... J - V" ' ' 1 cl crtc j uxi&niDcci DicTiQNAavy nrr 'Tariff vt-U 3ASe.l 0 incur or -re c-on' -iCa, ir- kiirw i MAP AlO. TH'.i r.eiVMA I wocion't liCT f ANOTHBW. ctNTI PROM HIM FOn ( 1 -i rK1 Jk rWmnr ''w 09 l ll L a- , YjBBBBan sjajr i p, tmwrm aaaj rum i j ' . her bad bom savine for a vholc vear too i - - -