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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 23, 1912.
f HI CALUMET R1WI PAGE THEZ1 II Hancock Department SAY THE OHIOANS PORTAGE MM GLEE CLUB CONCERT AT PAINESDALE PROTEST AGAINST SENDING THE TRAINING SHIP DOROTHEA TO THE ASHLAND RESERVES. A Wutdiington dispatch, cii in(. r- xt t" th UMoock Naval ReaefvtM, says: i K onslu In In a Unlit wilh Ohio lor urn' of ttir IT, I n , t hi'ii . nos .signed lo the lilo naal militia at e li ve-land, aiul Iho outcome of t lio dis pute ma involve a re aasignme tit of all naval militia, ship on the graft! h i U . including the 1-Hin Juan da Austria, now at Detroit, and tin- Yantlc, mow it Handeck, Mioh. Wisconsin hat a naval brigade ,on--dstlng, at tho time of tin- last rcpoit. July 1. 1911, of nine commissioned of ncerti n patty odteeri and en antJaud men. This bod of men haa no ship i. or lias provision been made for its i.se of any of the ships already detail ed lr uet of naval brigades on the I rat lakes. Application has bet n made to the uuv.v department for the use of the liorothea. The secretary of the UVJ I as been asked to order the detail . i ihli 1 i i for at hast one month Mch ar to Wisconsin, but the i ie-ve-i.nul i v al reserves a re in open prote; I ihrough the i hio delegation In t'on- iss and Cleveland is urging that the Ksstx, stationed at Toledo, lie mi'usti niled if any ship be taken from ohm i, areommo!ate the Wisconsin re rcrVcML However. Ohla is protesting thai batter Holiitiou would be to lake one of The ships stationed nearer U lacolMdll, llttttfj the tWO ships detail ed for the Michigan naval milltiu. ev York's naval brigade has two shlpB on the groat lakes, the Han- I'ovni at Rochaatar and the Hawk at I H'falo; Pennsylvania has one on the 'al.es. the Wolverine at Klie; Ohio has i be two named above, Minnesota has one, the (lopher at Dtiluth; Illinois has one, the Dubuque ;i! Chicago, ami .Michigan has the Don Juan and the a n tie. It iH said at the navy department ihai provision undoubted!) will be made for the Wisconsin naval militia, but so far there has 1 n no indica tion as to where the ship will coma Mom or whether a ncv ship will tic .' at to the lakes to care lor the Wad- . reserve, who are said to need only a ship to bring their organization up pi.u lically to full strength. i tixtEHTAINMENT TOMORROW NIGHT AT MEMORIAL LIBRARY. W, Be Followed By Dancing, Music by Hancock Orchestra. The Portage Lake Clee Club will go to I'ainesdale Saturday evening tagty u concert ul the Paine .Memorial II 1'iuiv hall. An excellent program or selection has been arranged and the concert will be foil,, wed by darn ing, for men me music win be furnished b I he Hancock City orchestra. The c,,n '"rt program consists of the following nunibera: M il-1 churn 'Tim Merry Music - I makers" Kucken "Kv lie at Sea" Dunne: Portage lake (lice club Tenor solo "Tho Melody of Love," from opera. "Cvpsv i.ove'' I -char Charles Wieseii. Male chorus Hunting chorus from opera. "Uobln Hood" H DcKovin Portage Iwike (lice clcb. baritone solo "The llandolcro" Lcsllo Stuart Will Hall .Male chorus "Annie Laurie". . .Uelbel Cirewell lo Native Lind"- Iteschnitt 1'ortago Lake Clco club. Ilaaa solo "The Hulling stone" llotsford Kdward Richards. Mali, chorus "The Lost chord" Su I II van I '.i e w er "At Ion Waltz" Yogel Portage Lake C.lee club. Kathrvn Lieblicn llrec. accompanist. Sanfrid .Mustoncti, director. The program of dance music by the oi chestra is as tollovvs: Two-stem Korty Years Ago. Walt. Italian Serenade. Two-sUp -June Lug Parade. Waltz -Down by the old Stream. . m Two-step Madame Sherry. Wall. -Silver Treads Among Cold. Two-step Lcautiful Doll. Walt'. I C.lve You All You Ask Two-step Alcxaiulei Pa nd. WaK. Love Dreams. Two-ste All Alone. W alt. I'd Love to Liv e in Two-step You've (Jot to Rome Ton 1 14 hi. Wall. Don t Wake f Dreaming. Two-step in Wisconsin. Walt, Cloud Lye. tahti TeniKranco society, wlikh has been practicing tor the production fu( a long time. HANCOCK BREVITIES Rag Mill the Time Mrs. Herman Joffco left yesterday afternoon for a visit to Chicago. lied lial I . I I has K'Ole to K.H anaba to superintend the erection of a arge- storage warehouse for which lb, lA I.-, onsin lirlelge and Iron Company has the contrai t Members of the Superior lodge of the Modern Brotherhood of America will be the (fuesiH ol the ' 'hassell lodge n Saturday, and will po to the uw uiill town on a special train. Tnc late Anthony Itohrer, who died Tuesday at Salem. Oregon, was a member of the Hancock (lerman Aid Society and In his memory the Hag Is being displayed at hulf stafl on tiei ma nia hall. A Washington' Hli t hday social will ha iV4B) this evening at the cburch parlors by the Queen laTttllf circle of the Methodist church at the church parlors. A novel and interesting pro gram will be given. Ceorge l Carroll has received the book of "College Hoys," to bo given at baater by the Hancock Knights of Cedunibus. and rehearsals will be start d as soon us the case of charac ters an be gotten together. The resignation of lYed J. Pribbl, a signal ollieer of the Naval Reserves was taaiarad t" Captain Heeker and a request for have of absence granted. k son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. AlOX Leilas of 1016 Minnesota street. Kred J. Pribble. commercial teacher at the Hancock hiall school for the past two vears, yesterday resigned to 'ake charve of the Herald Commercial school at Reno. Nevada. K. N. Hed- inger is expected here tomorrow from Pig Rapids and will be Mr. Pribble's BU-ceesaor. T!ie Hancock lodge af Kni'.rhts of l ythlas will bold a meeting this . v. n lag wh'-n work In the second rank will be exemplified. The tigers and giant are exerting their efforts lo bring in APPOINTMENT RECOMMENDED. Miss Margaret Harry who ha- been Oral assiatunt Ht the HubtoaH aoatomce for several ycats. wmt advised ft i 'bo that her appoint ment as aoaUttW-tr-sa has teen re. omim nded (,, the senate. Miss Marry'a man) fHaaaa ta the Torch IJike towns will be pi,,,-, I II up her success. : TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. 4 liedelic Ks,pp, r. te resenlu t i ve in the state legislature loaves tomorrow to attend the apodal session called i,. ( ,overnor i isborn. Justice and Mrs lanil f, prince and Mrs. Charles Provost of Hubbeli left vesterday for Yarrington, Ncv., while they have been called ,,n business con 11 acted with the settling up of the es tate of the late Charles Provost. The funeral of the ute Kmll I'ols si.nt of Tamarack Citv was held this n.orning, wTth services at the St. V cilia c hurch of Hubbetl and interiiient In Mount ('a I vary. vv. H. Talkeo of Chloava. raprcat mg the Pittsburgh M,irCo., is i bus inaaa vlaltor in the Torch Like towns. every member possible in the attend ance contest, list week the Tigers led by a very small margin and the giants lie expecting to pass them this evcii- Uaf Lov eland. Take Ale Up lu PROGRAM AT FRANKLIN. WILL LEAVE TODAY. Mr. lllld Mr, lied J. Plibble leave this afternoon tof Marion, Indiana, from W.hcra Mr. Pribble will leave at lice tat EtaOO, Nav., to take his new I siiion as managcf of the Herald Commercial school. He will be- Joln , I in a few du s by Mrs. Pribble. a PREFER OLD NATIONAL SONG. A vote was taken yesterday morn ing lit the high schoal on the subject ol adopting a low national anthem in place of The Star Spangled Han i r." and the old song was unanimous endorsed by the ;,:. pupils who gathered n the assemblv room to list n to the address on " Washington as U'liter,'' byfprrf. L. A. Chase. CLUB GOES TO ISHPEMING. The Hancoi k PIttnlah Qlaa iub. em- r ihe dlracUon of prof. Sanfrid MustoROA, will pave Saturday night lor Ishpcmlng to attend tho dedlca i on of the new Knights of Kab .a hall. The choir will give a concei t in Hie afternoon at IfafMinaa, a iarg I' ;ation oi the bxal Knights of Ka va will also go to Islrpcming for the ' dicatlon. HOTEL CHANGES HANDS. Andrew Si I vie haa disposed of tic oi tbwenern hotel to Id n Maki, bo will take possession Man h I. and ii ike a number of improvements and Herat ions. T EXPERIMENT Will Make No Mistake If You Follow This Advice. Never neglec t your kidnevs. if you have pain In the back, urlnarj ordore; xlis.iness and nervousness, ii's time to act had no time to exp. n "lent. These are eommon aymptoms "f kidney trouble, and you should seek n remedy w hkh Is m ommended for Hi" kidneys. Dohii's Kidney Pills la the remedy 1 use it baa cured many stubborn M s in this 4clnlty. ''an Calumet residents demand fur Iher proof than the following testimo nial? Thomas JuJIan, l""6 Klcvatloii St , Hanciwk. Mich., aaya: "I have used I'oan'a Kkbiey puis ami raaalvad good ' sultK 1 dad a jftma and weak back i'nd aufferod from bac kache. My kid neyi were Inactive. I Anally obtained Hoan'a Kidney Pllla and they did me " vv,,iid of good. In a short time the lameness left my back and my kld-H'-ys bwame normal. I can rajBon ""nd Loan's Kidney Pills strongly." I'or sale by all dealers. Price 14 'entt. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, Now York, n.le agents for the Untied States. Remamoff tho name IMhcll and lake no other, Will Be Given at Qumcy HaM Saturday Night by School Pupils. The pupils of the I'ranklln srhocd have arranged lo give an elaborate IVashinajtan'a Birthday program which will be pre sented Sat urday even ing at the QttiOcy hall. The parents and friends of the pupils arc t xtend ed a cordial Invitation to attend. The program is hh follows: Roam Five, Mis McDermott. Kvercise. "A Patriotic School" Nine pupils. "The Color Hearer" Ten lwys. Song, Washington's Itirthday" Nine girls. Kxerciav and drill, Noted Chop pers'Ten girl.". Kxcnise and drill. "Colonial Dunn ' T a Party"- Fght girls. Room Four, Miss Murphy. Soap, the oppressor" c'lass of bov s. c'horrv pies" - l-'lorence Hice. "His Way" Geora-o Truran. "IJetsy's Flag" iass of girls. "I.Ike Washington" Three bo.v s. "The Hunters" Two boys. Room Three. Miss Merrill. Slu'ctnukcr'B Dance" - Tw civ c girls and boys. "A Hoy's Poem on Washington" Light bovs. Sw,.id di ill Ten boya. "If 1 Could" - Art bur I'ikkoneii. Song Class. Room Two, Miss Harnett. Dialogue-. "The Color" - Three boya. Drill Twelve bo.v s. Dialogue "A Worshipful Dream." Solo. "The LdUti of Cherry Hlos-soms"- May Kendall. iass s,ui Die Itirthdav ,, Wash Ington." ENnloglM "The Vision." Principal's Room, Prof. Clifford. The pupils of the advanced grader, will participate in a play of the Ilevo- TORCH LAKE acts, entitled, Hunker HIM." Th. luteui in three Hravest BOS a' I'haractera Arthur Mansllelel, the bravest hV at Hunker hill - Seorge- Ik nnetts. Ahfam, the hired lulp .Martin Pel lo. Plk an American spy -Joseph Ver- racoa. TAKE THREE STRAIGHT. Bookkeepers Find tho Bankers Eas In Yesterday's BovkI ing Match. The Hookkeepers Mncl Hankers me t on tho Kettelibcil bowling lllle.vs ve-s-te lel.ly aft' llloon when the- Hookkeep- m won three straight games from llnlr ooponanta, The iwores: Bookkeepers. Sam Janus no If) t'ogin IM Iff H7 Lennallack tSfl EM 1 H Nt ster 134 i:i5 1 Hi Sieve James I ."It Ifis 1 :t I Ml IM Bankers. MKerroil 133 110 113 IMm iff n ioi l urked N 117 6i Tofte I4d 170 lit Werner 11.5 HI IW IM 74 6:1 ; LARGE CROWD AT MEETING. The meeting held at the Lake Lin den Methodist church last evening in the Inte rests of the men and religion Forward movement, was largely attaad eel and proved very interesting. It H. .'oblison of I -a using, u prominent Mate V. M. C. A. vvorkiT gave an Intere sting talk anel was assured that Iike IJn den vvoiilil co-eejierate to the. fullest possible extent with the work to be undertaken b.v the county organization. Those who atti'iuh'cl last evening's meeting received a much heller under standing of the purpose of the move ment than they had before. CLUB IS ENTERTAINED. The girls' sewing club of the Lake Linden high school was entertained last evening at the home of Miss Lou tee Hen he. The evening was a very pleasant one- for after the voting la dies bad completed their work, lunch con was served and social features en ,)ov ed. William BaMatti soldiers. Fred Nlcheds. Arthur's mother - William Howe Hiltish Martin Howe Mrs. Mansfield, Laura Truelgeon. Dorothy, his slste i India Cm go. Hrltlsh soldiers -Horace Lake and Ho Kendall. In addition to the plav the follow -Ing numbers will be given: "liberty Kmblem," with Hag salute Hesitation. "June Jones" Lawrence Clabattari. S are rovvs Hoamlng"' Hix bo.v a. The History lasson" John Mct'ur thy. Song, ".luat a Hit of Cloth, but it's Keel, White and Hlue." It's Time to Tell you All Coodbye." TO GIVE FINNISH PLAY. A linnish drama. A Time of law lessness." will be presented Hundav evening at the Finnish North inmoerance hall on Reaei latlon by the drnmatl Star treei. section of the Pohjan- DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO 2FM0 TRFATMFNT Why should you continue to exper iment with salves, greasy lotions and fancy hair elressing trying to rid your scalp of germ life. They can't do It because they cannot penetrate to the icat of the trouble and draw tbe germ life to the surface of the scalp and it st ny It. Why not try a PHOVFN R.KMKDY? One that will do thia. We have a rem edy that ill rid the scalp of arerrn life and In this way will cure DAN DIH'PP and ITCHLVC SCALP. This remedy la ZBM. a clean, re rtne.l, penetrating scalp tonic that goes ilRht to the seat of the trouble and hives the germ life to the surface and deatroya It. A ahampoo with ZBMO (ANTIRKP TIO SOAP and one application of J5EMO will entirely rid the sealp of dandruff and scurf. T)o not hesitate, but get a bottle of ZRMQ today. It acta on a new principle and will do ex.icttv what we claim for It fold and endorsed by Regie Drmr store and Laurium Pharmacy. STRAY NEWS FROM LITTLE OLD NEW YORK. New York. Feb. i'..The president of the- New York tax department has Ubmltted his preliminary report to the mayor. Cpon this report the assess ment rolls for the year U will he baaed. The report deals in approxi mate figures only. It shows the in crease III the assessed value of reu I tate exclusive of special franchise- i.nd the decrease on a nut of exemn- tlotis and reductions are as follows: Manhattan, Increase ,,f $44,300,000; Hronx, increase of $ I t.:i ta.iieiii ; tr.,ok- lyn. Increase of $4.",o,niio: gueena. In crease of 11.80.na(i; a total of $71. BB0.0O0; Richmond Horough shows a decrease of flJlM.OOO, making the gel Iweraaae of the rive boroughs 170,200,- 001). To offaal this (here la spec ial fran chiae reduction of IfiT.Sti'.t.Itol, bringing the total net- increase of the city's as sessment on hullelliiKs ami real estate to $4,330,79!t, which means an ItH reus a in the borrowing capacltj of the city of abuit $400,000. 1 'ensidi-ring the e normous Increase in the values of real Ktate In thia city and the gigantic debt already carried by the city this increase seems either paltry. It doaa not happen va ry often that a man lulls heael first elovvn an eleva tor shall-from the eighth floor of a building and Uvea to tell the tale. An Irish ateel worker, employed In the erection of a twenty-live story office building on Maiden Lane, had that rare ami rather exciting experience the oth er day. While flxini,' Hie- doors to the elevator shaft on the eighth floor the man stepped en a loose plank anel shot head first down the shaft, followed by several boards and a Mk pane of plate glass. Fortunately for him ha became entangled n the cables suspended in the shaft which broke tils tall and sav ed him from being dashed to pe es when he reached the top of one of the e levator cage- on the ground floor. A few c-.its and bruises were tbe extent of his injuries. Considering the fact that Pennayl- vania Terminal station lias now been in use for more than a year and that during that time hundre'ds of thousands have passed through the station. It is rather surprising that an unexpected vi-it .,f the stork wai; delayed until the other day, Mr. mid Mrs. Rehll ar rived at tin- statlein from Ne w Hruiis wle k, N. J., for a vlalt to New York, but upon their arrival at the station Mrs. Rehll w is surprise-d by a visit from tho stork. The child, a health) girl, wag born In the wcunen's retiring room of the terminal and enjoys the distinction of being the first baby lo aee the lijj'it id day in that busy struc ture". The onh sad feature of the v 1 1 1 Is that, following the absurd custom, the parents of the little girl maj be stow some- such frightful names as Pennsylvania Terminal or Pennsylva nia Station upon the defenseless mite. With tin- work on the Panama Canal nearlng completion the general interest in the great undertaking Is rapidly In creasing. Among the wealthier c lasses n porfe t mania has broken out to visit the canal and the steamers having New York for the Isthmus an- crowd ed with passengers. State' rooms are ragftged for many weeks ahead and the. demand for trnnaporiation Is steadily increasing. As the hotel accommoda tions m th Isthmus are quite made qaate, the maJorlUr of the tourists use their steamer as a hotel during the two .a a In Colon, A few daya ago a woman had her husband, who , oinlucts an employment agency, arrested on the charge of lit t; eating and neglecting her. When the case came up before a magistrate the woman tea tilled that her husband not onlv beat her frerpienllv, but also remaine'd away from ht- home over night on frequent occasions and thai h4 was In the habid of going to tliea tcrs with girls, without vrer taking his lawful wife. The prisoner daWlad the truth f his wife's charges and stated that she trtsgged her tongue so much that he could not live with her. Th" magistrate gave the man the choice between going to the workhouse' for a year or n submit to the conditions of being placed ,,n probation for the same length of time. The wise- Ka li ih e re i ,1 that the recslcltrant husband must come home and report to hla wife ev ery evening at nine o'clock and that l. has to take hla wife along when h gees to theaters or some other place of iMiiusement. It took the prisoner rMRne 'Ime to decide which sentence hO tMadcj ccept He finally, however, a, afjtad ;he probation In aplte of Its Irksome- , edition. While working at a fire the otherj Fur and Fur Lined Coats ..AT. Actual Cost Fur Lined Coats $125 Otto trimmed, - - $90 $90 Beaver trimmed, - - $65 $75 Persian Lamb, - - $55 $62.50 River Mink, - - $45 $40 Marmot lined, - - $32 FUR COATS $75 Coon, - - $60 $65 Coon, - - $50 $42 Coon, - - $32 $75 River Mink - $60 $70 River Mink $65 Corduroy Sheep lined coats at cost Wiedcr Harness Co. 1 t t night sev eral I'm man be -nine IntOXl e-atccl and although thatf condition In capacitated them, they were not even rcpi iniandeel for it. The lire vv a - in I liquor warehouse and the men became intoxlc ited by the fumes of the liepjor which came from the bottles broken during the progress of the lira THE STAGE SOUTHERNER. A cle-rk In I Washington stie- l hate tells this one: "My first hotel Job was lu a Texas citv. iie inorniiiu a gsjaM who had bnH celebrating unwisely the niht be fore swayed up to the- desk and a lial I J'oi some information. His name- araal CotoMl Hawkins, and he wa the soul j Of poiiteiie s uiiiU'r all circumstances ' And this morning he was looking wor- 1 tied. " 'Frank,' he whispered, 'my mem- j Off of last night, 1 regret to say. sub, i lb prot(y hazy. Confidentially, now j w bat did I do'." " 'Compel at,' I said, 'you g,t drunk and shot a man.' 'Anything e-iso?' ' 'tlcc, Isn't that about enough'.'' I 'its unfortunate, yes, sub. Hut I, ' .mis afraid I bad insulted somebody." I Cost, ,11 Traveler- One Thing Worth Having. In this world the one thing worth having is the opportunity, coupled with the capacity, to do well and wor thily a piece of work the doing of which is of vital consequence to the gralf are of mankind. Theodore Roosevelt. Adhere to Lofty Ideal. Neve r allow yourself to live habitu ally beneath your loftiest Ideal, for, if you do, that ideal will fade from before you, as a painter's who might paint sunsets, but contents himself with painting signboards. Henry Van Secretary of State and Mrs. Knox, Who Are on An Official Tour of "Central and South America. H OVff 'vN'' "' :' ; ' - ft 1 i : a 1 copyright, 131.'. by Ame rican I'rea Asaoctatic n. Secretary of state KnoS la m-iMuga tour of the Caribbean and t'entrnl American republic- on n diplomatic mla aloii. The party Inctftdew Mra, Knog, Mr and Mra. Hugh Knox, the secret try's son and daughrer-lndaw; W. T. 8. Doyle, i-hie-f of the div of l.Mtiti American nffnlrs of the state depaitment, and T. A. Coomba, assistant aeere tnry to Mr Krox M,, rlalflng the Uthiuus the partv will board toe crnUer Maryland at Panama and go up the egaajl coast, visiting the capitals of t l,e five 'entrai American republics. They will then cross to the Atlantic eoaat. lio:irt trie v riHinugt on gain ami proceed to tne north coast or seeiitn Ameri ri. stopping nt i oiomblan and VI Ion cities, n ml on i I'orto Ulc, to Santo Ponilngo citv, Tort nu Trine-e and Havana.