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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 191f.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAG Z THREE I ' " Hancock Department .r J. I. JONES' PLAN! NEAR COMPLETION !.EW IRON MINING AND FURNACE INDUSTRY WILL BE LAUNCH ED ABOUT JANUARY FIRST. i ii. ,,ri.i lira WM worthy pre,, U, H. I.hIo,.. v, ,,.,,, ave uddn shc and """" "i'l-.lt UJ,,.,,,1 a BR h ttpmm mu Her. licrgi. lr.vnn, "I I l d V IMir. "I St. ;, Bfejj piano Ma hy tin program. sorv d. the KI.i joaafjty the first PMOMll sad tin .li hn T. Jones' furmn i . u I HI MlltH'. Ill Ib'phuiio, win i .1 into operation WOon aid r , i the cur. The lan if tin i Is now boin In tailed. I Hidings BVe been completed. They i. built f concrete, ami concrete has o been used In Installing the tar naoe tubes. I'hc coiupany lias l,c( n employing M thirty men at the proper!) for more than n peat 1 . I'uniping frosj the i-lialt has feesssj started and tin last of the water wi'l lc removed ly the tunc all tin' muehincrv. is in position. a new shaftiu.us' which is covered with steel, has recently been SO mo lot ill. It is exMHtel that the Shaft will 1 1' found i" good condition, as u is i. a tew ears ago since ii was uver I. ild b the Maglcr interests, who I id planned to resume operations at the property, but ni.t with financial iii. ultics. The shaft work was done under supervision of Captain J. Cowl-' l . an old Lasts Superior mining man. Mr. Junes and his associates have expended a large SI1M1 ,,, nu ll- Kloman I l int and it w ill h.' a source Ot niuch ittataettoa to their (Heads in tin Lake Superior (I, strict if their fttlfjafi i success. It is though! that the plant will he an Improvement over the Jot es furnace at Iron Mountain. Thero In eonsiucrnme euantity ttt : u made ore available m ar surfac . I the Kloman and (In- expetUN of miaiftSJ will be eomparativ el.s light, at I. a; t for a time. All of ih,. ,,, i,nn. era at Republic who have a knowledge I the underground Conditions at the i topi rty predicl thai ore or good qual ity will be found In the shaft now !- uiiwaterc'l. from tho tests made during tin t so n roar, the lones interests sr coruriWMd that tin re is a large body ' f the kind of me iln y d sire lor tie it- merst ay incur furnace procean. An ex ie test oi tne Kloman ore was made at the Iron Mounlain plant. Aliile the vein in the Kloinai' is i anow, the low grade mineral extends . ii sa to suit aee ami practically ail of i i:e mixed ore now in sto, i randy far furajaef treat menl was. gathered near iirfaoe, if the underground working I l 'Vi up as Will a.; the operators all date, the Jones Interests win doutri be able to make their operating es, . out of tiie high grade inln- i giving them a nice profll on the grade Stuff that Will be treated ill Ihe furiiai e. Ivlmer Jones, son of John T. Jones. the Inventor of tin- furnace proosaa, is i h ire of operations' ami superin tendent Cnrthiser is seal sting him. Mr. rthiaer is an ohl furnace man. John Hart, another experienced furnace . ii. is ai o arnsloyed at the Kloman, Arthur Jones, another BOH of John .b m s. who suffered an Injury to e of bis eyes a few weeks sea when ii piece of St eel from a chisel (lew la la it, arrived home Baturdao (root Milwaukee, when- he has received I atment from a specialist. It is I'ear- I thill he will low- the sight of one " . hut the other eye will riot he at' lid. Mr. Joiic had Charge of the i Ii t rical work at the Kloman. PREACHED ON McNAMARAS. E. Marvin of the starvation to take the lives of worW. their mi, tits mi,r(, neir Jincess I " j ",-rv,n "'busses Csuses i. ... 8 Los AntJeles Affa ., Wl lv Marvin. ,,.1Htor llancoeU vf v . l . I..K last spoke on th. Haifa. a -I'-nt ai i.os Angelea. and declared ' M' '" h,H Ioa the ,.,., r . M'Nainanis was Kret,.,. nlv , Wm than those committed bv larRe iiiniassBj Which paid es nol,.,.,,.,) eaae to safagnait rs, m or.ler that l-e larirer nn.l l ..... ,, KuccesR as ISSHBen and business bailers BUghi be graatan Lonr pondering and st...dyinK ami worrying over the problems of labor M ,nl'" aatly be seen, saiil Mr Mar vin, would lead In time t their becm lnR possessed of the belief that anv measures that might bring about an improvesaenl of conditions through at. Irs ting attention to the needs of labor Would he .histinahle Mr. Marvin did not by nnv mean." extenuate murder ..r dynamiting SS means to this en.l. but sal,1 If those hoi aireorty amuated With labor were tf. place themselves in the position of tfceae it the head of irnrklngmen's, ss canl.atlons nm' realize how they view ed the lawlessness and open defiance of law by the great and rich of the land, the state of mind that mlirht be broughl about through pondering on Ihaae matters mltrht be realized. Mr. Marvin said that the open violation of minor laws Inevitably led In tlim tne more serious violations and when law-breaklnp is one,, entered upon, It Is Impossible to tell where it will lend w nai will be the ultimata present comllti Bunday school not to huw a Chrlst ma treu lor the pupila of the S in lav s. hool. and instead each pupil will furnish a present to be given to SeaBS f the children of the city whose par ents are unable to buy them, bettering that in this way the spirit of Christ -ma will he hitter observed than by reeetvtag gifts themselves. PASTOR EXPECTED SUNDAY. Uev. Matt NsXJggsj of tlipsjlar. Wis ' onsln, who some months ago was In vited to accept the pastorale of the Hancock KvanKdh i, Lutheran church, to fill the vacam . caused by the re sljfnatb.n of r,.v. feha Hack I.'s' spring, Is expected to arrive here the latter paM of the week ami to conduct services on Sunday next. A student of I the colleue scminnrx ili.iuirinn.nl Mi Klnnoneti, has been in ehatKe of the services until a liermanenl ihhIiw I uld be secured. HANCOCK BREVITIES i 44't'X?,,HH"X,,X,,M,,!-' v.. V I a s i 1 1 . s INSURANCE OFFICES MOVED, f-mnish Mutual in Kauth B'ock With C. J. Tolonsn as Secretary. lie oll'n i s of tin rinnish Mutual A e fneuiance Asoociation of Ban wWch last wintir were removed " in the Kauth block to the store of liph Ga hereon in the Mason btocki ere moved1 back this week to the Kauth block. The change last January I made when Josi ph (biberson was i ted a- secretary, and he dealred to have the oflVtea located in hli rinta, Mr, (laberson's health, however, be- tine so poor latcl that he OOtttd not ti attention to the work of the oblation and tendered his re ;:-. 1 ' n. 'harles J. Toloneii being appoint -ed to (HI the office until the annual I'll ft OB Of olficers the latter pal t Of January. outcome of na, M P. Mar in did not Venture to say. but believed that higher Ideal of manhood am! sympathy WOnld t'ft Ve to be realized. a change of governmental syateaa such m advocated by the Socialists, said r, Marvin, will not help any; the chain:., must he attained by work ing upon the better natures of the nun themselves, and BMJcJng them reelhi their duties to mankind and to humanity. Whether this can ever be I rough! about or not is a serious and diMieult problem. CANAL STATION CLOSES. CHRISTMAS COMMITTEE. A committee consisting of KiiKeni I'll !owe. A. I'. Macdonald, Rev. Maii- Darratt, JnaVni t. nahsr and 'es Ruth Johnson and Ilodeita M irlson were appolntnl last Sunda) l' the 'onKreiratlonal Sunday BcJeoel ! arrange for annual (listributsM of ' iirtstmos cheer to the poorer resl denta of the it on the Saturday bc e Christmas. This is an annual practsoe with the Congregational sun- ' f.ehooi, mid sanny hoem are made ht P ami happier on "hi istnias 'hi J Usroejgtl thiir eflorts. FEATURES OF INSTALLATION. New Officsrs of Mistletoe Lodge Sons of St. George Are Inducted. i he Installation of otlb eis of Mi sib -1 Indue Sons of St. tlcorge at the Qulncy hall on Satunla evening was 1 "lahtctcd by Henry Jenkins, noting as I'Htv jnand president, and QhMggl i'Nnn. as deputy urnnd inesseiisir evv, k wete mole by Past J rand 1 '"sident James, who mad. Hie pn "Matlnn f badges to Messrs Onirics 'I'eii. (borne Prynii and William ''.iflae, Hr. M. Prnn has I n treasurer for I 'ara in i Mi (tpudffe seretary for a )ears. A solo was suuR by Miss Ml" Prnn, duct b Misses TipptM Life Saving Station Will End Its Sea son at Midnight Tonight. Captain Thomas Mccormick of the United states i. in- laving crp at the rortags Lake ship enneJ stated this morning thai that station would i lose lor the Season at inblliiullt to righL ami the men be siveti leave of aaeef far tin- winter. Captain Ifc- Cormtok will remain in Houghton dur ing the wintir. O, A. Tuck.r and All- sea will probahly remain at the canal. . here they have their homes; West rope will stay ai Ripley; Leidke and Solomon will resume operations at their shingle mill, for which a new en- ir :n' has been obtained; Mcrsv will probahly vlsii in lower lUoiUsnsn. Ho Donald is undenMed as to his plans and Small, the newest member of tin rew, will go to bis home at Tawas Michigan. i ne season nas not i, n a ver ventful one so far as wrecks f im- ortanoe have been concerned but tin rew has had a considerable number ol calls for assistance in ninnii'tlnii with minor mishaps in this section. nmoujr them bein the takinn id tin men oi;' the waterlogged borse Bxlle. uid the crew off the Ma n ist h ne, when the wrsefcing boat was rjangjhi la storm while workint; on the Aloielaml a reck. I he range lights Will be discontin ued this S UlSling also and navigation may therefor s be conaldered as t . -1 1 - nltely and finally suspended for tin a ason. Murphy of Icanubn was a visitor in Hamock reeasselov. Tie board of eilucatlon will hold Its resssjjar monthly session this evening; The Hanoi k odKe of Klks will Kiye a dam inK party at the club rooms on Thursday evcniriK. with music by the KlinKkaminer orchestra. This evening a Dutch supper will lie served by the Queen Ksther Circ le of the M. K. . hurch. ami a sale of holl- fln'y g la will be held by the elrelc and by the Ladies' Aid society. Several members of the Hancock lodffe of Kninhts of Pythias want !. Laurlum last nlht as guests of the Lau riant lodge, which eonferred third rank work on several candidates. I he Ladles' Industrial society of the 'otiKXcKatlonal church and the Wom en's Missionary society will hold a Joint Meeting tomorrow afternoon at the honsa of Mrs. Mary Stjjart on Wa ter street. The pupils of the school at the canal an- seeng trained by the learner Mtas Piimodla;, for their Christ men ley ' laea erhioh will take place on Thurs dav afternoon. lie ember L'l, whool nkejlnsj on th.' Had for two weeks. The regular monthly meeting or the department was held last even -intf. only routine business beln tran sacts. The council! action n lathe to affording (ire protcetlon In the third and fourth wards was discussed at si. tne length. 'I'll,, foumlat Ions of the new Jew ish synapague in Baneoaii were com pleted yesterday by Contractor Kelt .1 HoiiKhton. This is all that will bi ll ne this winter, but work on the tincture will be commenced as soon is conditions permit In tit-- spriim Dr. K. T. Abrams has r. turned from Iron Mountain where be was ailed to perform an operation on Mis. William Cordon. who was for merly Mrs. Kate Godfrey a Bonner oiintry teacher. The very su, eessful sale being con ducted hi the Yoiin'- Iadbs Sodiliiv t' the St. Joseph's church which be an last Saturday will be in progress ibis evening, when It will in all t.iob- ihility he brought to a close. A s iu rkraut lunch was served last night. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. Election of Officers of Hancock Coun cil No. 692 Held Last Night. The annual election of officers of Ham oi k i ni'll, No. Iff, Knlithts of Columbus was held last evening, thr following persons being chosen fat the eneaing year: Oraad knight - IV A. Holland. Chancellor Cenrge P. Carroll. Wardi n Martin M. Foley. Treasurer John Keyes. Recorder W. M. J. O'Connor. AdvocateJohn C. Schulte of Dollar Bay. Insl le guard Kugne Monroe. Outside guard John It. Tlbor. fjSCttirsr William K. Madlgan. Trustees Louis J. ltrown, for three years; Kneas McAulcy, two yenrs; A. P. Ja. oues, one vear Delegate to state convention E. J. Da he ami Dr. p. Schoiier. The next meeting will be held on Monday next, instead of iite regnM meeting night whl. h falls on Chrlst inns day. STREETS BARE OF SNOW. The unusual spectacle of wheeled hieii i iii Deooenhef was sreexeatsd yesterday. Ihe snow having disap- panPed to so great an extent on gjnnv cy street as to leave tne pavement bare between the car traeks. M my husines men yet busy and removed a lisld. Table portion of the ice from the sidewalks in front of their places f business. TORCH LAKE WOODMEN NAME OFFICERS. Consul George H. Kitto Named as For Ensuing Term. At a speelal meeting of the mem bers or Woodshle Camp, Modern WiHidnion of Anieiiea held last nvssj bek "flb iTs were elected for the ensu ing year as follows; ionssjl i h nrKe K Kitto. Advisor Thomas J. Donlon. Hanker Kenneth A. Cameron. Plank iieiirv Wen nilngtun. tm "l I .l.iseph Tleglow ti. Wotchnuin -Notice Stettcr. Si air Kmii Mannar, Director, three seals Hanh Tour- ville. Physician Dr. R T. Abrams. The install. iti. hi eeremonles will held at the second regular meeting iu January. Lum heon Will ! served at this time and a sm ial evening will in i njoyee), The members of the Hubbell camp of Woodmen will ehvt their ollb i t al the regular meeting to be held on Thursday evening. A literary ami s.--ial program and a smoker will be en jo.Vcd. be LAKES VERSUS HOUGHTON. "lie of I h,. most Into matches of the season rlday evening on the ys between the lash Houghton ti-am.s of th, i sting bowl i I scheduled fOC Kettenbcll el Linden and Copper Conn try league. The Lakes defeated Cop per Otty last evening two games out of three, and by winning from Hough ton on Prlda e( ning will have a lend the i hamplonablp ran . SMITH FUNERAL TOMORROW. Tin, funeral of the late (Scot Smith of Hubbell, will be held tolllor- ow morning at ! o'clock, with Mr Ices it the St. Cecilia's church of ttuhtoell n . bnrsje of Rear, PY, Klnsrneruien, Hd- ward Smith of Duluth, Is expected here tomorrow to attend services. CHRISTMAS EXERCISES. The pupils at the M. arr m :ui c Christmas R church are program to be TORCH LAKE BRIEFS. William fJSKlfellow of South RejSjN was a business visitor In Iike Lin den this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Walters and fam ily of Redridge came to like Linden this atofnlngi aacled here assnnxee ..i the death of (P.rge Smith. Kupervleor Samuel Kddy of S I.e. I eraft towtis'lilp. leit this morning for before Mitomigon while he w ill given mi the Sunday evening Christmas It has been voted by thejshort time on business. Spi ml a I t I I Hancock The Fashion Calumet Special for Wednesday and Thursday Cloth Dresses, all sizes and colors, $10.00 and $12.50 values Special for Wednesday and Thursday $4.00 Messeline Petticoats, all colors, black also, at Before Christmas Clearance Sale of Women's and Misses' Outer Garments and Furs OUITS, full length coats in all sizes for Women, Misses and Juniors. Gowns and Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Petticoats, Etc. In fact our entire magnificent stock sacrificed to effect a thorough clearance. We only quote the prices in this announcement an inspection of our WONDERFUL VALUES will convince you that they are THE GREATEST ever offered in the county. SUITS I1M0-IM.M PUIT8, BALE PRICE j:!(Un Sl'ITS. BALE PRICE IKi.nn SCITS, BALE PRICE $r.o.on si its, BALE PRICE $ S.75 $1 1.75 18.75 2::. 75 GOWNS AND DRESSES lit J is. 00 GOWNS .M) DRESSE $ 9.50 3( OWNB A.Mi DRESSES tOWM! A N I DRKSBEb LONG COATS llt.49 OOATB, BALE PRICE IMJi A'i'S, BALI PRICE WM ,'rs, BALE PtBJPB jao.iKi t' ats. sai.i; i'i ; $12.50 S 1-1.50 9.75 12.75 S14.75 S19.75 i MPORTED SEAL PLUSH COATS GREATLY REDUCED EAUTIFUL PARISIAN FULL LENGTH MODELS. HANDSOMELY TAILORED AND WITH SHAWL COLLAR AND LINED THROUGHOUT WITH SKINNER SATIN AT THE MOST SWEEPING REDUCTIONS EVER KNOWN AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR. lUDQULAR I'll VALUER, BALE PRICE . REOULAB $H0.oi. VALUER BALE PRR7E . REJOULAE $.'5,110 VALUES BALE PRK7B .. $60.00 C.KNPINE UCSIAN r NT COATfii $19.50 S24.25 $24.75 $10.50 v StunnlnB Full l.iiiKth Mmlds with w iK liars anil u,T.-. hcautl- fe)lD iitu'd tlsVSAighoui with. skinniT or Brocaded Botlo. ah sisei mi- to be haA Beautiful Fur Sets 180.01 iti: skts. BALE PRICE ) 75 IM.fi FUR SKTS BALR niH K $16 75 MMFl)R SKTS. SAL K PRICE $24 50 tiu.xu PUR SKTS. BALE PRICE $29 50 And so on throuthout the entire list. Children's Fur Sets, $1 io $25 namlasj Rttte Cur Bse tor tl..- yninn folkx, made with the is the on for the old. r p. . Tailored Linen Waists and Flannel Shirts RSJOULAR IS.M ITALUBBt I J V. ' tSOR BJBdULAR BMO VALURB, s.;.:: PRU RROULAR MM VALUER, BALE J'it' $1.50 11.95 $2.95 $7.50 Silk Waists. M.95 TiitTrtas. Messnlines, Note, Chiffon ovt?r Nets, etc., in scures of beau tiful olorinus and handsoni" designs. Siv hiuxlred of thes. genuine $7.rn valms ti 1,11 M otidn al . loire r t 95 SPECIAL ADVANCE SHOWING OF 1912 LINGERIE WAISTS. We hsWSJ Rial Me el Tee our tir-t .shiimicnt "i ma l:2 s?iimi ric W'alftH which will plaasd on dfceajay ssjperielljr priced .r the holiday tradt ohi ;"r g TO THE HOME You Bring Happeness for Christmas and for A!l the Time in the Gift of a Grinnell Bros. mZ Piano That which eRRMW the QrlnsssU Bros. Piano (our DITa make) such a splendid In strument, m ikes it likewise a magnificent remenihrame. Its BM h is a jutrltv and depth which Is a 1 ..n.stant source of delight to the tnuslc-lovcr lltu r materials eannot he procured than those it ;uln di( .s -its princlplt s of construction are those which time has proven hi st no Instrument presents a higher Krade of workmanship. Thtse features hive placed the Crinnell Hr.is. (own niak. ) PfautO in the i.siti.n It occupies toda) unionc; the world's finest makes- paining it the eUduf MHiea! of ftordtoa. Cadskl. Ciank LeRlRfRB and many other celehrated artists; and making it unsurpassed In musical qaalRfj and value. This Piano is huilt to ftVO lifejime of serv ice and en J". ment and for this reason pn sents a Xmas home gift of the highest class. Special Christmas Terms You actually buy this Piano at Ca. 'oi y-to-hon,, priCCt for 't is built in our oVB De troit and Windsor plains. Hnndsoene deeiejaa, both I'l'i-inht and Crand. in .MahoKany, dak and Walnut are presented. Knowing full well the exlra demand- of the Rottdaya, w are making speel.illy enry payment terms, and posj will find it an easy muter to present this superb lustrum, nt SS the bome gift of 1!U1. We will lmld for Christmas delivery on small first payment -arrange for this matchless renicmhranee N'i ! Every Member of Your Family Would Enjoy a VICTR0LA These sph ml hi Instruments luing a world of music an 1 cnter tnlmneiit to Ihe home. As Chiistnras gifts they are Immensely pop ular and each succeeding Holiday Season finds them in pjfeter de mand. We have one of the larejess stocks In the country -every model Is Included. NOW would he an excellent time to select an outfit. Prices, $1 5 to $200 Through no similar amount spen; In any other wa could 011 poadHd) bring so much pleasure to so many Jiii.ple. Von need pi but H . l small amount down, we will hold the instru ment uii rhoose and d. liver Jusi when ou wish easy weekly or BloatflU payments on the ' il.tme. It us m ini you catalogs If you can't call. As s gft for the home, one of these instruments would be s splendid choice. J., A fine Assortment of Chnitmas Remembrance Embraced in our Greet Stock of Small Musical Instruments Boat makes of VIOLINS, MANDOLINE. GUITARS. BANJOS. BAND INSTRUMENTS, etc. TOY BOXES, DRUMS, HA Tl MONICAS. Also an Immense a s.,rtment o, MUSIC ROLLS end r AGS. BUSTS OF FAMOUS COMPOSERS. .1 BANJO OUTFIT. 5.50. I'll st- lass llnnjo. nickel rim. and brackets; naliseiiii head; food caso end extra ejst of strings. VIOLIN OUTFIT, 5. Co .id St radix arius minlel Vi,. lin. Urazlllan How. Wood Case and extra . 1 ,,t sti .ng. MANDOLIN OUTFIT, $5.75. Batter! j M isatoMa, leather mind nuMfSJ 1 arrx ing case, tr set of best sjai '- etrlnrs. GUITAR OUTFIT, 16.75. line. stanl; rxl . . On 'at, v nt ton. . canvas carrying sao 1 I of strings. MR Music Rolls and Bags 25c to $10. e..tners and Styles Name in : !. tree' i n all lUi- and Kolls at l. wo will pli,-, recipient's name in '.ohl free. The Finest Christ mss Gifts for the Individual and the Horns. GRINNELL BROS. MUSIC HOUSE ?4 Stores Headquarters. Detroit. HANCOCK STORE. 307 QUINCY ST. We Pav Transport stion in Michigsn on AH Orders Amount ing to $5 snd Over. TRY OUR WANT AD COLUMN I