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MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1912.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE I Hancock Department MAKES REPORT ON WORK IN HANCOCK HOUGHTON CO. ANTI-TUBERCU LOSIS SOCIETY RECORDS 41 NEW CASES FROM SEPT. 20 JANUARY I. HO, hi ii -i xainiiiiiliiiiiH ,'iS v.. 'I'll.' follow inn ' I'"' I Is mailt by th I Iniightofl '. A ktl-Tuberculoids socle i mi it h work in HuMok; H.incock Home Cases . '... uf new runes '.I. (inn, j women, tj; children. 1.) I nagnosia: In latent (i vMow; 2 married women; 1: single women mttt support -In), .in. f.i - ( mi 11 married having 7 children under 14 vars of ; I wooflu H..11 rii-.i having 4 ohtldrea under M years of age.) I'iiIhh nlur hip 1 child. Two of these advanced cn.es are living In three rooniH with their bed I in: off In. Ill tile kitchen. Natiooalittew: li Kinnish - American 2; American L; Kngiish-Amci lean 1. Rent t.i tin- County Hospital, I man s. nt to the ii.iwiii fciihlu iltuit, 11 (1 married wmiian at her twn . Kpnnee; 1 widow that the count) paying lor). .i. nf deaihw- .' woman .married, bavin;; 7 childrcii under I". years of 1. 1 111:111 married having 1 child nn der I . us 1.1 are. 1 iiili jreebgieeed die of dlai -rhoe.i. Cam s kMtl sight ..f 4 (I man on ac count of dri.ik: l woman gom- n a farm; I woman who would 11.1t believe dhe had tuaerouloeto; 1 child wheae home was impoealble.) No. of families receiving milk 4. totaling E iiurtH of milk p r day. No of caaea d led Waiting to enter the . . u 1 1 1 I Im-pltal I man. "I" I'HM' n il. .tied to Hoard of Health No. mt ca mi reported for tumiga tion 'i . ..;' unsanitary conditions re parted flMMMIaggd n. 1 1 h nii 11:11 examination (Positive, 4; negative, No. of Von rirqint testa .... (negative). No. Of Mum tests (All punitive). .r rkttl Id patients r vlalts . .f cases being visited . . Hancock Dispensary of clinks ..f new eases Total '""Kiioals for the :i- new , s: Imlpi. in .1 (i man, mauled; 1 woman, married; 3 , hildren). Mod. lately advanced :. u urea '"ari l. ,1, 1 ehttdrea; 1 Irtfaat). Advanced 1 aingta woman. Queattnuaala :i (i man, married; J l.ll. lien). I'i'e hili. 1, idar Infant. Taberealar (lands 1 1 mm , mi. dren). no maxae u a 1 1 woraaaj 1 child). Noll - t III;. I i l la r 1 1. Nationalities: Finnish r.i. Finnish-American u: Finnlsh-Sw. tie l. No. of death ( I siiii, man: 1 GERMAN AID SOCIETY HOLDS ITS 53RD ANNUAL fltCIION OFFICERS CHOSEN AND REPORTS FOR YEAR RECEIVED. Committee is Appointed to or Annual Ball on Feb. Arrange 13. mm rled hll.lt mun leaving wile and THIS WEEK'S GAMES END BOWLING LEAGUE SCHEDULE THREE GAMES TO BE PLAYED BY COUNTY LEAGUE TEAMS. Meeting to Be Called to Make ,rangements For New Schedule. Ar- Mil this The Schedule of names of the I per Country Bowliag Laacue bill with the three guinea to be play,. I ..eek: bet w . . n Lake ium at Illinium on isiLauiiums ami alHcbella at Hancock, Jan. I". :ih, 1 lloiiLrlifi.ii .-ii ',. 1 :... OH January 12. It is promised to holt n meeting of the reprettf ntatlvi s ol the league teain:i after the finish of the prooaiU sorbs to nrraoae lor a new aeriee, and other teams of the dlstrlet will be invited to send representatives ami heroine in. m bcr of the league. The Mitchells af llaacock and Lake Lin. lens are tied for Brat nla. a.) tha top of the pcrcegtaga column, with cm each, as simw 11 by th.- following table of team 3tandlnKs and indi vidua 1 ai eragea pramulM a Beoretary Mitchell today : 1 1 ...... 1 .. 1... 1 -"' - a 'ini 11 na : u mi r h- u v ....1... ni...., Tms.l; v. Jan. it. ; Lain . n, ,, K..i,o .m;:., i:, tmL. im.' Hedildxe. AitA-,uft Kaiser, south side. William Yauch; Qulaey Milts. Hubhell nftd l-ike Llndm, John Horst; I'ulu met ai. WUmoQt Jewish Burial Society. The On via Kavishotr burial soeiet of the forexrrgatioii of Israel of Hun Tin larwmii uj ., i. ty of iian. oak raaterdey held n arty-thleal aaoatal meeting .- ehetlon of ollieer. t.,1- lolntf the husimsM siH.iion wltli a miw ii ami nodal Hemlm. Arrangementa ais.. were mad,' for the annual ball of ;he aoeaety t. take adaoe Ttiaadai venlnf, k. i,. n, t.. prepare for whieti the following oomaUUee was choaaa: 1 '1. ink I'laneis, chalrwa,; Oaapei Mai ler. Btatnarek a. DrltUer. ii,.n,.in at hllllnex, J'dui Bchneider end PVank Fohlaea. Kaipm Were racefved from the setretiuy. Irensurer and other of li.'eiv, all ahowlllR the llnonel..! eon- "'iioii ,1 in,, organization to he of ; "" : Ta r.iiiow baj were ehoden las ..Ulters f,,- J912: j Prawkleat R i-.-in. Vice Preakfeol Lanraaoa Herraa, r.e r. iai 1. er K'.ajscn. financial Boeretarj Chart ea Borwi. TNaaurer Pater C. bt alar. Alanau. r of hal! 1'iank Prancls. .Assistant manager Carl You ha. Trusties Charles Hoi-m i.,..,o. naanman, BrrtN PlaBhetl, John Behe. bai h. John Siinn ami l-Yank I'ran, Is Build o CojaaaJHaa J.-im ir-rtubarii. U Iferrea, r. C. Mader. Phyelcktn Dr. :. k. Caiten. k v ommill. e Last. 11, a man GUS ONGIE EXPIRES. Well Known Young Ripley Man Sue cumba to Typhoid Fever. AiiKutrtua (Oua) Onarie, of ut d '. yoara, died at Hi. Jam pfa hospital at noon on San-lay ,, i .ja,.,!,, rarer, with whit h j,e haul bean in for tho past aaveaj we. 1 ua rtu young man waj friiuiiy amaloyed as a m 1 i the Cleaves lotindr;, i,, Icipi,-;. and was on of the moat popular ami l.ei known yt.unic men t.f that peaea, lie was born in Ham .. k .ml whs i i. w.n of Mr. ami .Mrs Cloni.. v ,.. , . -.- 1 iiiii' ni Hipley, who oar viva him. baaldea aet eml brothers ami sist.-is ai., also ., w fe and tv. ohildrcn. 1 n lum-riil w ill 1,.. neaday enarnlng from hiireh, ami int. 1 ni 1,1 m Kim mi Hill conn t. church ami will be . .inducted b lte Maiidua Kurt. M of Mi, 1 'oiiKieKrftioii- al 1 hni. h Who v. it! speak on "IVrhon., I Kalllfulnee8.', DEATH AT FRANKLIN. Matthew I pain. n. ajjetl 4S, .ii. d yesterday at the hranklln l.Mation. af ler a l.riei illness He is survived ly a wlf. ami elgtit child ran. ..rraniii inent for the funeral haV4) OOj .t Im n , omptetad. TORCH LAKE OLD RESIDENTS CALLED beM oa w. ii wi Matrltks III take plaee . Houghton. FUNERAL OF DAN. T. PEARCE. Saturl.iy n 1 eind . 'lone of 1 'oopi r A sou n.is horn Id Mi. ami Mrs. J. a t-nue. Mins AM.... II. .11 1 r. .. ,.,, ,1 - i '" K"o. 10 niK ivip- ' t bin to take 11 r.iinmen lal onrse at I lie from the homo of John Wv. , -nia mstnut I HanCOCk, from Where the j,v was The 1 .in. funeral uf the lute wr hold yewterdaj W":-:-w:::.-::.-::....:-:-:m:X" ! hancock brevities : TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. 1rlirH: HIIHHHIIIH4. ' " the told weathef of thai Mr. , . . ; I ,a-t 'ek. large number of water Joh" J- Macdon.ld P..MMrS Mlpae throughout the vlUapa bav Annie Axford Called. fr-.z. n ,,'"!" " "' " ' u,'''' "... morning a. A large number ..f Torch lke reM ' "'TJ"' r K UmcditU Um-toHU will Ko to Calum. t tomorrow John J Mu.doiuiid, age l ' renlhg to attend the skatinir party at Ni ve'll uii.l . l. .. . ....... . me raieatr for thu benefit of tha laaen to si. Patricks church. A large '"'i"o roiiowe.i li,.- remains to their iinal r.-HtiUK plan- ,,, im- ,,, Mam oek a met. iy. lacludlng a d lecatioa of the Hancoek lodge of Elks, ..f which the rtaeaaood was a charter member, The pall bearers were aelected from the i-:ik and conaleted of Daniel Oowley, l.n.as C4'atile.v. Thomas CouirhMn John Keyea. l-'rank C. Condon and J:.s Bulllvan. APPROVE ROURKE S PLAN. 2fi 1.) N'o. ' Mil No. No. No. .121 . 41 .lis Hancock Lake Lin. I. n . Calumet .Kr He ofaghbaai .... t "opper ( 'ity . . , l.aurium Name w IS IS 12 I I I I I 1 t !l !l ir. Id II a Pat .G67 .;;: .444 .407 .407 .40," Av 80S dJJ 777 77:' 772 111 itx k has eleoted the oil rets: I'resid, i.t Jumb (Jtittllel a.n. 'ire I'ri si.i, m apaae, ga0JN lary- a. AJMaw, rraa ir ar PI. Plaurtein. win ofll' Bavthxa, Lkaaaa iiat, Lawrlam Mitehell, 1 1 , Han, 0. k . Dover, HanCOCk Hi. kle, Copper ( 'Ity Marka, C. K II Lush. I!, aaka Linden . WeUrlngi IB., Laurhjm . ; : 1 1 1 1 1 s . 1K0 167 Ml Hit! Ill Iff ir.r, III 24 21 n. urn s, rike Ltaden Palrburn, Hum 'IM U . . M. lUie, Hum k .... 1 Da. 1. ni. i & 11 Kinjr t 't,pper l ily ... Cox, Hancock Wamr. HoiiKhton .. Biockett, Hottgbtoa . . Tn ioar. Houghton . . , man ear, Laurklm Harper, c. & h i'.iis kwa v, ladjia Unda Labi r, Uoughiog MuKstad, Copiar city Corn ai liar, Houghton . Krueger, Copper City . Anderson, Hfltaghton . Malum, C. t II u olaingi Wm i'. & H. Tlie Mtchhran Chrlatlan Advocate cntaiiia the followini relative t,. the Houghton county plan or ph..ttiraph Ing ineoriate lor itlentin.ation by aa loon keeperty. In the rollowiai para graph "Sup. r isor Richard Komke, ,.r 11...., 1. 1 . , . . .... ....... ,,. n, pi a piari 01 ma ,,wr, aheeh im 1.1 ity. He caueea p!i..t,. graph of habitual !t unkaif.: ;., be mini! net me sao,,a ., the county, and Hie s.iloonista an- warned to well them no liquor." SCHOOLS REOPEN TODAY. Tie- Hancock s. l I hoard n hed led f'r a roajulbi monthly aeaaion to morrow aveataag, The si hoola here re. op.n.d this morniiiK for the resump tion of studies after a tea day Christ mas vacation, allow. .1 in order to In stall a new boiler in the btgh Behool bulldliiK. On acCOUnl of the extra lenajth of the vacation mt this time th.re will be no Bkuitei vacation. The l lnnish Colhaga will re -open on Wc.l neaday morning. 21 1 i-.L- is it;. 1 n f 24 ISS 2 ir.i 3 ir,s 27 17 24 &7 1'4 1 tl lad a ir.4 vi 1 .-.4 27 lal 27 1 r.o n im 1 1 r.o is ir.o 1". K.'lihK's meeting will h. WEEK OF PRAYER BEGINS. Tim wet k of prn er at Hi ng regational ami Methodiwl churches beeriM this ev, nine 21,1.1 u ill 1.. Ikaued during the week, alternating b -tween tha twn ohurchee, Thia even- be Methodist A mm arrived "n Cluistma .- at the home of Mr ami Mrs. Raj . n,.it, "I lt ,1 alion slict. .viiss itoinnsoii ,.f fhe blj-h s Ii-.miI Ta culty returned vestcrdaj Horn u btdl- aag i.s.it to ciiicaKo. The St. Patrick's entertainment club is arraualrag for a card part) t.. at gtvea ut the parish hall tha avaediaa of Jan. If. Albert S. .e ontertalnetl Hie mem- herW Of TrOOU A rkvslr nmmlal last Rummer for the b ane-, emim; cel ebration, at his home on llamo.k sti ! Pi i.la evetii wir 1'icke.l i.ams af basket ball plajer.v from Calum. t ami HaAOOCk nlasetl a match on Soturdnv afieni,..,,, i i:, mania ball, raaultUUM in a victory for Calumet by the core to C4. I he meeting Of the vYomeu'a Mis sionary eociety of the aTiHin ileal church to have been held this evening has been ptistponed until next Mon day evening nn account of the prayer m i i. e at tha M. K. church tin even ing. Catholic priests from Hancock ami other t opper .011,11 towns will a NeKaunee tomorrow to attend the fun eral ..r th,. int.- bigr. Laagner, r.. merly pastor of the St. Joseph's church "f Hancock and of Bt la tlua elmrwh of IlouHhtoti. who died at X. gaanep 1 wd w eng.. The funeral of the late Iau T. Pearce Waa held yesterday afternoon fiom the home ol John VVatt in west Hancock, services fukuiir nlace in St Patrick's ahuteh. Interment wus in tin- Old catholic cemetery ami the Raa cot-it I.mIh.- of Klks of which Mr. iearce wua a charter member, escorted tha ninalus to their last resting piu. . . I.alay and tomorrow are busy dayi It the ofilce of th. clt lieasnier .Inn. juary :i being the iinal iej for payment Hancock I'of the winter tuxea w ithout the fee ,,i four per cent. Most of the bigK.-Sl taxpayt rs are et to be heanl from, us ually delaying until tha htat day for payment, and a considerable amount Is expected to be paid In. 7 . onient res; BUI 4 the T.rch Lake towns. Mrs Mm. donaM bad not bean of the best " maitb for some time and about two weei.a ua.,. suffered a broken arm sh ''" luwn a ,iiht of stab,. A UlOth thai a stroke of parulvsls ,",,u,,, ''' f"'l. It . ,. ,.,,., f,,r aavaraj day8 n.at her conditlch was s.rlotig. Mrx Ma. donah was ,rn In Olen getty. ''annda. ami eaase. to the rop,,.., country In tagg, first locating in Ke- eoutatjr. Two yaara later she l Lake Linden wltb bar hus bund and resided here ,,t inuously Hftca then. Mr f ... 1 ...... 1 .....j . public hospital. LOCATING FABLED MINES. Like the Harden of Kd. u. King Solo mon mines ha;.- always had a fus ' mation for the student of ajsi haal and historical problems Travelers and ! Molars have formed different theories legartllng the locality of the fabled mines of the wiae ruler of the east ami Rider Haggard many years ngo wrote a novel with the alluring title of "King Solomon's Mlnea." in which he placed ir.nr. . . 1 .w. which son, jonn. who Is poat-Ie had an exteriRlve actjuaintance The master at TowiiBeml. Mont., and Dun- ba that King Holomon's min.-e had ' n ol Minn. , polls ami duughter, been situated in any part of Africa Mrs. MeKelter of Superior, survive, j was gently ridiculed at the time, but Hi- 1'Ct.f was with her mother at now comes Sir Alfred Hhar ie. w ho was t' c time .,r h. r death. Mrs. Marion-(commissioner In chief for the British 'Mum the mother ,.r the late Mrs. j "entral Africa protectorate r..r thlr M.i domild, who died three Years I teen years urn) tnntlv n,un.in. .v...- '-"' III,. .,,.,.. IV .. . v . ..01.. nmt. 11 img foiorn..n n 1 11.. i'.iI arrangements have been j dug hi gold were actually situated In mad. Late Mrs. Annie Axford Annie A " ford, w ho died Satttr dav evening at 7:30 o'clock ... other .1,1 r-si lent of the Torch Lake (own, Her dealt was sudden, she hav ing ben In her usual health on Sat ramy morning. About .1 o'clock In th i.nernoon she became III with heart troaaie gad bar oeadttloa grew grad ually worse until 7:30 when the end . .'.me Mrf. Axfor.l was 70 aaaUM nf She Is survived by two daught. m .ml wo sons. Airs. a. Lf.ml. Miss Carr' nnd Fred ,r Hubbell and Joaei-h or Calum. t. The fuaarai will be ht l, to m arrow afteraoon at the Hubbeii Oon- fr.gational church with services In ' ' " ''" "f Rev. L. K. Long of Calu met. ALARM SYSTEM NEEDED. mon got ' he aaid M, "liaa HTd know r stat Tin- members of ) t nu t ia,. flic .lc,artiiient have slatted a move ment the purpose of which la to ae bare the installation of a fire alarm signal eyatem. At present there is no m.ans of not, tying the fire depart ment f n fire other than the telephone or running to the fire station and it is felt thai much time would be saved If an alarm Bjratem were installed. The Btafteg was first taken up lust summer, but since then nothing has been ac complished in that rtirantkea ami the firemen have i. suine.l the ugitation. Advertise In The Vews for resulta. I I I, a. Before the rnembera of the Royal Biographical eeelety, Sir Alfred read a pap. r entitled -'The Heograpimal and - . onomlc Development of Hrltinh Cen tral Afrk-u." 'Th. ideu that King bis gold from hfathon. in his Introductory sometimea been ridlc thut in those times gaa from the ggaj aaa pevtudicaUy, retu ied with gold, apes Kon f er. all products of Africa. ",,ie ,,. 1 the explorera be likely h'g n leaving the Red sea. fisgl u,.n he faatnn ocean, or down th an 1 "ast " They Wolilil ,,f ,., ,,-s. I.., toam the land; and whether or in King Solomon's days, cot h gold from the east or the s., 1. ,ay taken a certain that the wl .le Fjist African coast was then k tOU n ml fre.iuented by tradera." The official bulle in of th. American Association of Foreign Lunua:o New spapers . num. rate in its mem bership IN papers, sixty -three of them daily, printed In twenty-nine languages. And theae are by no meuna all there are In the country. six Armenan. three Bulgarian, five Chi nese, eight Croatian, ten .ieek, two Japanese, one L,urthh. ten Lithuanian, three Roumanian. nine Uuthenlan. seven Servian ami ten Syrian papera are among the number. This in a great ant varh.ua country. New York World. al GRAND OPENING LYR AURIUM The Lyric Talking Picture Stock Co. will give its initial performance tonight. 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