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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1911,
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FOUR THE CALUMET NEWS Founded 1i0. DAILY t.V'fcl'T SUNDAY. ! hii prhap of anybody'. whi will a)o bo a lUUo happior for mmem- b ranee. Published By Tho MINING GAZETTE CO. AT CALUMET, MICHIGAN. M. W. Young. Editor. W. M. Lyon, Bus. Mgr. Publication and Printing office, 104 Fifth Street, Ca'umeL Entered at the Pot Office at Calumet. Ml. lilKan. as Second tMass Mall Matter. A mob hooted down the peace a.l VOOOjtOa but fortuntitely for the coun i) , tin- mob 1m not representative of American scntlin. nt In remird to the arbitration treaties with England and I Y.ui. . The peace meeting In New York city last night ended in war. At the next' similar atherin the manager on;: hi to call out an army corp MF two t.. maintain pea. e iMMt night' dtaturb ii .. -imply go to ithiiw that prepar-. (dM is the bast preventative of war done a good turn for the Red I'rona v'hriHtmaa stamp seals Mi otlur char ily stamp by suspending till January I the regulation prohibition the trana m I salon through the maila of letter .ind packages with any stamp but postage stamps on the Hide containing the address. People who stop to think of the troubles of the cancellation (lerki v i 1 1 put their Christmas seals on the Dan side of envelopes. Mut no mat tM where they ir pla. lest, the t'hrist r.ias seals from this time on may be with no danger that they will de l.iv the transmission of packages o U tters to which they are affixed. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1911. The present per capita circulation of noii. y is piJt. whun most of us ap pre. late is not enough ut this particular time of the year. postmaster QWHWU Hitchcock's op- j t;mi-m about on nt postage It much more convincing than his en- i th isi ism .n.-r the practicability of j an aerial di.i 1 1 route. V Anil in your I'hristmns work do not forget that there are other, outside th.- Immediate circle of your friend- S..mo of the foremost educator of the country are considering the ad visability of introducing moving pic tures in the public school, w iUfMy In the stu.H ol history. !t is cm . .'..d ti :it the nadara n i m hM pwkMi attractive BOW to chihlren and that use.l in the right way. It can he made .if inestimable value to them. Of course the pictures would hae to he confined to the fa-ts of the historical subjects and devoid of all sensational ism, an ' that linker that is s.. detri mental to the eyes would have to he reduced to a minimum. Postmaster, (Jeneral Hitch, o k ha! Ptn itehHri K.. Ibh of the New York slate 'jranch of the tScrninn-Anieti. an fitleens league, who started the up roai Ahlch broke up the peace meet ing In New York last night, declares the proposed peace treaties with KliC lan.l and France are a conspiracy against Hermans, inspired by Kngland. Such talk, of curse, is arrant mm MM having no basis, whatever. In fad. It shows, howev. r. the terse sit uation that exist between Oermany and Kngl.in t and the readiness f ilermans to regard with suspicion tvary International move. It is a feel ing which at any time might be fanned int.. Maine That C.rniaiiy doubts Fngland's friendship Is shown by the i . . . id statement of the Herman chan cellor that Kngland in future will have to show its gooii Intention by actions instead of word. Due to the direct .fleet of a law pa seed by tile last s. I loft, ol the hi is ll'.t lire really flOfl.lMul will be polire'i into the .stall- tieasi:t I I fees from In surance companies heretofore imying nothing for the privih . . of doing busi neaa in Michigan, is the information given out by Stale In - iruii.T I'ommis sioner t'ulvln A. Palmer Mr Palmer sji.vs the i . w la, iii ik. Mi: it a leiuiiy for an unauthorised Insurance cmn ; an. to operate in Ihe state WUoOUl a state license eeciu. .1 ' r. m the in surance department. - ain-aily had Its effeet and fifty new eompMvM have hustled In secure tn. i.- II. iim s and abide by the new law. Mr. P:liner says there are a numb, r of other eoni panhs getting real to eoine In a short time not tlngli company will be operating in Mith...ni without a license. HEARST ON WILSON. The application foi a pen.-ion from the Carnegie Pound. 1 1 i n b) Woodrow Wilson has glvn M I ll- irst a great shock. The thoiiirht ;oernr Wil son, at tin mmm. ej .. -tutin : out on a campaign for the pol Of chief cxe . utlva f New Jers. asking for a re tiring allowance at the end of twenty lie wars ot touching service seems to Jar on his fellow rival for the presi dency, and the hitter's papers an- eii Htg.d in gatln-ri' g all sorts of ..pin Ion, chiefly these of sharp criticism, ai;d distributing them. Th. f .ct that governor Wilson askel for the nnne, and of all things from a fund given by t'atiic -ic. Is In Id up as the sad. depressing feature. That the CfcMMfJM trusties took a diff.icnt view ami dct lined to indorse Wilson s application is treated lightly. The .p.n -r is pm-siil home: ftmw MM - man expect to figure as a real, un uamiinled radii al when he asks for Carnegie dollars'' It is a specious way of presenting the problem, but it has an element which. If repeated often enough Ind ween now and March, will prove what a dangerous assailant and Ingenious radical Mr. Hearst Is. POLITICS AND POLITICIANS. Newton I). Ilalier. who recently wa elected maor of Cleveeaad i the large plurality of Ik.oih). is now being d - Hand i OMa Democmta a a .ii..ii.iat' for fovwnar to aaeeaad QoVenMT Harmon. To make the race for ijovcrnor he would have to resign as nia.vor, slm e his term In the lat- t.i offlce dHs not expire until Jan. t, fill, in the several Heinoeratic leaders who are being dtscusiMil lor th. presi dential muninatlon th. oldest in point of years f Hovernoi- Harmon of ulilo, who will be (iti next I i hruary. Uepn -seiitatlvo I'nderwood Is ill his M'th year, Woodrow Wilson is .',: and Speaker Champ flark will celebrate his til st birthday next March THIS DATE IN HISTORY. 1". li' Mary. Queen of Suits, suc ceeded her father. James V. 154.1 Pirst session of the Council of Trent, whose decisions are received as the standard of faith, morals and dis i ipllne in the Unman Catholic church. l.lfio Duke of Sully, chief minister of Henry IV. of Franc, , b u n. Hied in IML I in." New Zealand discovered l asni in 17M I r. Samuel Julinsoii. the r lexicographer, died. Horn Sept 1709. lMH I- list -a vines hank in LlRtted States opened in Itoston. ISf.O Karl of Aberdeen. British prime minister, died. Horn in 17M. ltd federal arm of lntl.oou men under (Jen. Humslde made a Series of by .ted 18. I In desperate but unsuccessful atta k g i i . .1. i icksburg, Vu. 18s Sir William Veinon Haroiurt leslKii d the leadership of the l.l'n,,; party In Kngland. laori First elections held in t PrOVlWM "I Sasi.atchewan. The Mote in Your Own Eye. If you find yourself thinking more of the bad point of yonr l Herds and relatives than of their Rood ones hut stop a moment nnd ask yourself you would like people to g. t Into the habit of doing Ihe Hanie -with you. Then start again right away nnil do better next time. Everybody lias gi.. point. Try to see them. Argus. Educational Advancement. The children at nn Ri it h ; m l were taken tho other day to a trav eling menagerie and clrcuB In order t() give them a practical Icb. o i In ftat ural history. Later on, we under, stand, they are to be taken to sen a claBflcal (!ancor In order to leajn anatomy. London PVBOtu Gossip Well Defined. (JoBsip is a sort of smoke that ootnei from the dirty tohucco jilpes of (In, so who diffuse It, it proves nothing hm the bad taste of the smoker.- ;:t Kllot. KECKON EN HARD WARE COM PTN Y A GOOD PLACE TO BUY CHRISTMAS GIFTS THIS STORE offers infinite possibilities to Christmas shoppers. For gifts of the sensible, satisfying kind, especially, we provide a positively unequaled choice both as to variety and price. Nowhere else will you find so many things at a dollar or so that are genuinely useful and for ihat very reason so acceptable. Silver Plated Table Cutlery in Chests Last year we had a wonderful sale on Table Cutlery put up in neat Oak and Leatherette chests. This year we have a very much larger stock to choose from. r k - 87.50 S6.00 85.00 $2.00 to $3.75 $2.00 $1.00 $1 .." $1.50 $1 .50 EUCAJtf LAHmtM to $1.00 QRA1 f ULDISLM at I Ui $1.50 $2.25 BUTTfOR KWiV i ... l $ .25 OTftTBR PDRK8, et of nix $1.75 CHILiDRBN'fl BETA OP KN1VBH AND fXMKM, up to, per aet $1.75 POCKET KNIVES Fr boy and girls, ladies ami tjei'th :n. n. here mi will find a very lare st.H-k to ... le. t from In I '.a i !, Ebony, St:. and Coeobnla handles, and at pri. es nil the way from 25 rents to $.7.00 inch. Remember that we guaran tee every one to hoM i'11 edge, ASBESTOS SAD IRONS A HOT IRON kt-v vs sew m rr a HANDLE A very apnpria te gift to mamma would be a set of these irons, we have them in sin!e and OOtnbinatlon sets, the prices are TOY IRON3, ,nlv 0c TOURIST'S IRONS, - aeh 25r SLEEVE IR0N3 - nli 50f FLOUNCE IRONsT-ueh G0f SHIRT WAIST IRONS. Btwh LAUNDRY SETS $1.75 LAUNDRY CABINETS $2.75 FRENCH CABINETS $2.25 FAMILY SETS $5.00 TEA KETTLES Tea and Coffee Pots In enameled and eoier niekel plat ed in a number of different sizes, shapes nnd design. We alo have CoffM I'ereolators and Tea Ilall Tea Pot on whh h era are making some sp-eial prices this ..k. Razors Arc for Men our stock consists of the Qlllettt In PockH and Siandard htodoll and In six different patterns of boxes, the price of an . them is S.t, EVER READY RAZORS AT $ J .00 Ordlnars Raaon rrom $ ,J0 '"$1.00 M '' ""' to Klve you I'lltile MtlaCgCtlOBt Scissors and Shears FOR LADIES Kent and Straight Ti iniinets, Knih' oidcry, Scisors, Poohot Be BvttOal Mole Scissors. Ladies ial SclMOM, ami ft0) I'.iti.iu Colonial, Stork Scroll, etc. Also a line of Scissors in sets. HOCKEY SKATES for Boys. Girls, Ladies and Gentlemen mr stH-k ' irney c Berry, Imported Aui Mle and Tubu lar, at pT .air $1.50 tl.OO 88.80 83.88 84.88 $0.00. Whether it is only 25 cents, or if if it is $50.00 that you want to spend for Gifts, come here, we can suit you with a useful and at the same time an acceptable article for Boy, Girl, a Lady or a Gentleman But the Best Gift of All Would he one of these PENINSULAR RANGES, and the price is only $3970 It 1 a six-hole range, with hlh warnilax closet, made throughout of heavy gauge col, I rolled steel plate, riveted together like a steam holler, guaranteed to cook, heat and bake to your entire satisfaction. Many other styles to choose from. CALUMETS LEADING HARDWARE STORE KECKONEN HARDWARE COMPANY 'Phone 1 63 North. CALUMET, MICHIGAN '