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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1J, 11J. .
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department SOCIETY HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING HOUGHTON CO. ANTI TUBERCU -LOSIS SOCIETY ELECTS OFFI CERS AND DISCUSSES LAWS OF HEALTH. LARGE PRIMARY CI ASSES CAIL FOR ANOTHER TEACHER The annual meeting of the HoutlUon County Antl-Tuberc uloni euciety wan held ia st even fog at the society's rooms In the Uourke btook In Hancock; and nlncera for the year were elected as follows: President Dr. L. U Hubbard, i'irat vice president Hear) L. I'.aer. atoabgal vice president- lr. A. 1'. ITscher. Tronaarer Mrs. it. it. tiarkneea Corresponding secrets ry- Mm V. .1. I'ren. Recording secretary Albirt I'. lu-nall. A letter was received from Miss Cjf ollne Khiert, forms Uy tendering her resignation as visiting worker of the MH-lcty, talcing effect n K b. -'. The itsignatlon was aeeepted with regret and the secretary MM Instnniid to I n . are a testimonial eXpfehgtVC of the ifbltgetlons of the society to Mien Kh lert for her elfh'lfiit and effective work lurlrtg the pust rar. Miss Clarice. Jones, assistant visit ing worker, rang an Intel anting mpOPt on tho activities of the BOCiet) during the year, setting forth In detail the i umber of patients lulled and helped luring that period. It WOl the sense f the meeting that the services of Miss tones as visiting worker be retained during the ensuing year. A report of the treasurer. Mrs. l. L Koldnson was read and sheared a net : alance of ?7l)0 above all liabilttlc m. An informal discussion of the linancial londltion of the siKMety developed the sentiment that the eity of HaaOOCbagi I the village of Red Jacket should be ittVttfd to aid !n the malntenan. i- ej the society's dispensaries, and that Miss Ehlert. who hs taken the super utindency of the county-sanitarium, he Invited to keep in touch with the ork of tho dispensaries. l)r. A. K. Fischer staled that at a recent Bloating ot the health ofllcere oi the state the subject of better enfon e tnefl of the health laws was discussed and various spcakei'8 expressed tin opinion that the appointment of s county ph sieinii, brand minded mm .icgressiv . and a thorough stud by him of existing conditions, might le.-d to a recommends t Ion of changes In the law thret would bring about much needbi improvements. At the cenclu- Ion of the discussion a committee ot three, consisting of Dr. M Naughton of c alumet. Ir. Ftourland of L.ake Linden end Dr. Kcallon of Hancoek. NW ap pointed by the chair to BOttfeT with the hoard ot Ruperviisor." and to consider and report on measutes for aatOCttag H more efficient ftdlrilnlstre Uon of sani tary regulations regarding tuberculo sis. u. J. MeN'eigh of Calumet, district Miprrlnlendent of the Metropolitan Life insurance ompan.v . read a puper setting forth In detail the measures taken by the company he represents with a view to raising the stundaid ot h.alth among Its benellciaries. Mr. McVeigh distributed a quantity of lit er, itiite isstud hj the company bearing on tho mutter. A committee consisting of Henry L. Itaer, C. H. BetteMlet, Dr. Tlseher and Dr. Hubbard was appointed to consider tl olioy of the society for the ensu ing year and report at the next meet' tng. Dr. Hubbard presided at last eveatagn meeting and in the nbntace oi the. secretary, A. It. I-arnall acted as secretnry pro tern. LAROWE AUTHORIZED TO EN GAGE ASSISTANT FOR ROOM 1. School Board Masts and Disposes of Regular Monthly Business. The Harieock loard of education held Its regular monthly Mission lent e ru ing at the oilier of Supt. Kug.ne La Rowc In the hjgfc school budding, with Qeenge ltuppe wnehllin in the b MeM of the president. Jacob Pner, a number of routine matters, such a the auditlriK of bills, were dltoscd of atul Superintendent LaAoWO gaVe an Interc sting reort upon his fee eat trip to St. LOUla, where he attended the department of superintendence or the National Kdueatlon.il Assm latloii. Me spoke of the visits of inspection that he had inudc to schools at St. Iuls and Cary, Indiana, and drew compari sons between methods employed there and those of the copper country si hools. Mr. UsSotrt called the attention of the board to the overcrowded condi tion of the llrat primary room, of which Miss Martin is the teacher, and stated that the mimlwr of pupils In that room was such as to require an other assistant to propnrl) care for them. He was authorized by tin- board to engage an assistant for .Miss Mar tin. The eorr. spomh nr.- from State Supt. Wright and fJoVernaf Oatnam relative to the improbability Of securing the enactment of special h-rislation at the extra session to enable the district to issue bonds for the building of a new high school was discussed. Various expedients for raising the money were suggested but none of them arc reward ed as satisfactory, and it is the senti ment of the members of the board that It will be Impossible to do anything un til the fdate legislatuie meets in regu lar session next w inter. ELKS WILL ELECT. Ths lleti'-o- k lodge or Klks will elect oflceft fot the ensuing year tomorrow eTenlng. following the business meet lug wilh n smoker, lunch find vn.udc llle program. An angetuents will also Ir made for going to Calumet n Wed rjreda) evening next to attend the i:iks ipr nival under the ausph eb of the Cal uihet lodge, Wednesday being set aelde sa Portage f eJre day. HANCOCK TOWNSHIP POLITICS Supervisor Solomon Will Bo Opposed at Caucus for Renomm.it on. Suicrvlmr Patrick Solomon of Iliin lock township will be a candidate foi re-nomination at the caucus to be held the later part id the month and It Is eftpectcd thai there Mil be mwthei -andhhite for the office in the pefnOII el peter Poleaoni Auguat LaMe i. mentioned ax a candidate for township treasurer ami Matt Salmu. the pres ent incuml)ent, for renomlnutlon lerl. There are two eroapectlve can didates for blghway commissioner Paul (iaspardo and Henry Ilutsllrt both being aspirants for the Job and It Is understood there will be two or more candidates for overseer of hlghwaj am! frr justice of the peace. The cau us date has not et been announced lull Is i pee ted to be March Registra tion da will be Saturday. March 'u. In Franklin township there promise to be an interesting campaign for tin various offices. Supervisor Rourke will be a candidate for renomlnation and it is stated that John Koski. pres ent township treasurer, will run for the nomination nt the convention, in the event of Koski Mtjaftrsg the suMrvlsor shlp William K. Madijfan Is a prospe c tive candidate for treasurer, and Frank Jaehnlg Is expected to again be can didal for clerk. ANNUAL CONCERT SUNDAY. Finnish Glee Club Will Observe Its Anniversary on March 17. The c'opper Country Finnish Ulec 'lub will hold its first annual ( n in the North Star Temperance hall on Cauda evening next, with an exten sive an excellent proxram. In which some of the moat prominent Finnish vocallets of the copper country will l participate. The full program le as follows. GNUld chorus (a) "Kyrie at Sea." (Dormer). (by Herenade,- (ItarteL) Portage Lake and Copper Country Finnish glee Chjtbg composed of llfty male voices. Soprano solo with cornet ami Mute obliKato, air fnm opera "Mephislo pheles," (Boilo.) Mrs. Josephine Mustonen and Messrs. Talpale and Kltli. Male chorus (a) "The Merrj Makers." (Kiuken.) (b) Hu'ldelberx, (Luderus.) Portage like Clee dub. Baaa eole "lu-douin Lave (PlnauU.) Charles o. Jackola. Duet, "The Night M irvh." nenberg.) Messrs. Mustonen and Wahlstrnm. Male horus (a) 'The Tars Fare well." (Jahrickc.) (h) NOn the Hill." c'opper Country Finnl.sh Ctlee club Part II. Baritone solo, "The Trump," (Thron te.) William Hall. -Male chorus (a) "The Destruction (Ltadblad.) (i) -The ginger oy" Duet from opera Norma for two or nets, (Kelllnl.) Messrs. Talpale and Wahlstrom. Male chorus (a "Huntiing chorus," de Ken.) (h "Annie Laurie," (OelbeL) Portage Lake C.lee club. ITute anlOi ' Polonaise." (Popp). Arthur Klttl. Tableaux Vlvaatgi "At the camp Fire," arranged by Sanfred Mustonen. "The irty." "Soldier1! ufe." "The Farewell" "The feparture." (e) "The Hymn." Portage i-nke and Copper Finnish C.lee clubs. Music SoliK." (Wen- day. The entry of the Royalg of ish pemlng waa received with the n.ent that the would arrive In H.m e.x k on the 30th. the plOOtM day of the tournament, and would low in tlie varleaa events e that day. to tab I LADIES' COMMITTEE. A coiDmlltee of ladles uf the Auxil iary f the A. U. H. has been chosen to havi charge of the arranKementv for the supper to be served next Sun day evening in connection with the locul St. Patrick's observance. The committee consists of: President, Mrs. J. F.. O'Neill; vice president. Mrs. C. .1 Keough and Mr John Cain; pat-rone.-.aes, Mrr. MCauley, Mrs Calla han, Mrs. lajeunesse. Mrs. Dwyer an 1 Mrs. Stack. These lathes will cacl have charge of n table and will be as sisted by others whom they hae appoint"!. STACK GETS OFFER. John (Mutch) Stack has received an offer to play with the East FJy. New. baseball team this Beeeoa He will probably accept an. I expects to lie t here read)' for the season's opening alwait May 1. Stack played last season with the Mctilll, New, team and his work attracted the attention of managers of teams In other towns with which galea were played, resulting in the Hi offer. (a) (b) K (d) Conatry BOYS BANQUET TONIGHT. HOW TO PREVENT FIRES. John J. gtehhera at Hancock yester day received a copy or "The Fire brand." a bank which deals entlnl with fires, their causes urA how to prevent them, which has been pre pared by the Insurance commission rs. and which Is recommended as a t' x' book for the schools. Thematic, Will be taken up with Supt. I.aRowe. w ith a request that the book be consiil"ed with a Mew of Introducing it as a text book. HOME STUDY CLUB. At the regular Weekly meeting of the Home Study Club cesterday afternoon the prosram consisted of ft "Biography .f Hulwer Lvtton." by Mrs. Carrie Shields: roll call, "guotntlons from Lytton"; LgltOO'a "Lost Days of Pom pell." by Mrs. KlUheth M. Maywoim. Boys Work Will Be Subject of Men and Religion Institute. At half past six o'clock this evenlnc a baanUOt for hoys will in- served nt the ifanriQph First M. K. hur h, aa a fea ture of the Boyg Work branch of the Men and Kellaion Moement. J. A. Van DIs of Kabliaa HO will be present as a nuest of honor and will aildres's the born and later, at eight o'clock, will conduct the Institute meeting and make another address to those Inter ested In this phase of the work. Committees to have charge of the local movement will be selected and t haJrman have been appointed a.s fol lows: Social service, John M. Warner; bible study. J. (5. Johnston; boys work, John K. Marshall: evanKellnn, J. H. Dale; and missions. (5. L. Christiansen. The institute last evening 'was on Bible Study." In charge of H. II. Johnson of Lansing who showed himself well qualified to handle this phase of the movement and did so In a manner to make it of great Interest and value. CONNAUGHTS CELEBRATE. (Uaws. )nt., March H. Today marked the thirty-third anniverKary of the nodding of His Royal Hlghneea the OOvernor (jenernl and the Duchess of 'oiiruiught. Before her marriaKe the Duchess of Connanght was Princess Louise, daughter of Prime Frederick i.'hHth s of Prussia. meeting ami social v ssion place loniKht. Mi-s Man tougher "f the Central school left yestenluy Tor Muniuctte gl attend the funeral of hat nafcsi Mis Loretta Stafford, who died a'. Pittston. . Pa., and whose body was brought to fa i incite for Interment. The funer al was held this morning from St. Pe ters' church in Marquette. END OF TRAIL. "I lost a pockctttooK with a loll ol bills in it a few weks ago," Charlie ;ibon, told us. "I didn't Make i luss aitout It and tell the papers, but It was more than I could afloni to lose. So 1 put u detec tive on it. lie asked a lot of questions, looked wise and wild he'd report !n a da or two. Well, about three das later 1 found that pocket Look w here l had ml.-.l. id it. 1 rejoiced exceedingly, and then i called up the detective agen loc .nl. -- The sleuth seemed disgusted. "-Klnfcty iiirelcss of u.' he said And Pd Just found : d irned gnad clue too!' " Cleveland Plain iK-alcr. GOOD CAUSE. SLUGGISH BOWELS CAUSE HEADACHE. DIZZINESS AND SICK. SOUR STOMACH. No odds how bad your liver, etomacll or bowels; how much your head 'ache how BskwraMe and UBOoaafortable you are from constipation, indlgee Itlon. Idliousness and sliiKtfih intes'.ines ou always get the desired result j with Caaean la Don i h-t youi siomu.li, liver and bowels make ou miserable another moment, put an and to the headache biliousness dlzzm. ss. n. r i.umcs-, sit Isonr. iss .stomach, backache ami all 'ht distress, eleanei your inside or Igans of ul! irw- poison and effete matter which is prodttclag ihe misery. , Take a Cas' .itet now ; don t wait until bedtime. In gJJ th. world there ie I no remedy like this. A lU-ceal box meuns health, happlnchx and a clear head 'for months. No more days of gloom and distress if you will take a Caa- caret now and then. Don t forget the hildren - their little insides need a good, getle, cleans ing too. RE6ULATL STOMACH, LIVER &B0WOS TASTL GOOD - Nl VER GRIPE OR SICKEN The following fun VereatlOH was over heard betwe. n t WO little girls w ho Were not (TO! old enough to k to school "What makee a horse ct namrhty when h sees an auto'.'" me. asked. "It's this waj ," replied the uther. "Horses Is ushI to seeln' oilier horses pullin' rlss, and the- don t know what to think of em goii along without a horse, i giieae If ou va.u to see a pair I Oc eer bei 60c boxes I iiiiia'JiIIULU Any Drug Store of bmgaata walkin' dawn tin- street The pessimist seems to take a heap without a man in em ou d be wan d, of aatisfactioti from being on the los t,.o ' Ram'l Horn. Ing side. FINNISH PLAY SUNDAY. A Finnish drama entitled. "The last Effort win te breaented at the ICan aankotl hall on Sunday evening by lo cal talent, asslsteil Uy EJvert Hurme, who win ome here eapectaltjr to take part in the production. MAY CHANGE DATE. Pythian League Meeting May Be Held the Week of Ju-.e 10. Hancock lodge, Knlghta of Pythian. baa been informed by President W. C. Duffel of the t'pper peninsula Pvihian league, of a prospective chunge In the date of th" nnnual league meeting at Munlslntr from June ti and 7, to the weak beginning .fune lb. The ppM, sal to change Is due to the Inability of f;rand Chancellor Victor Hawkins to be present on the earlier date, but he will attend If held on or about the 10th. Chancellor Commander IVecW of the Hancock lodge is vice president of the league, and he believes that the later date WOaU be preferable to the, earlier one. especially as the presence or Chancellor Ha wit Ins would be an added incentive to many lythian to take In the convention. ENTRY FROM ISHPEMINC. Another entry was received this morning ror the upper peninsula, band In. I,..,ri.lm..nl l.e lirdil nl the I Mitchell alteya beginning next Tues- HANCOCK BREVITIES e e. o. e e e. Q-.t-.n-.t. JUJL .r-JL1 .a .e. .e. e. e e. e. jl " e I i TTc i j A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs.' j j. ii. Crocker of Bumroit street. Mrs. O'Connor of Detroit is the guest j of her daughter. Mrs. K. C. Condon. J. C. McMillan of Milwaukee was a j visitor in ihincftck on business yester day. Bhertdna Loktctol haa returned from a trip to the Hoo, atartiuette. lahpemlng and other iMiints In tho iron countr. Mrs. Jacob fJartner and daughters,! Mrs. Ilur PleM an I Mrs. P. H. Well- stein returned yesterday from Hot BpringS, where they spent the past live w ei'ks. Tsldor Ulum has purchased through tho Coughlin real estate agSIS J" th residence owne hy Herbert .T. Beetob at the corner of Hancock and Church atreeia. Paul liarrett is rkgorted to be Im proving from his recent operation and his parents. Rev. and Mrs. Mandus Darrett. write that they will N home the latter part of this week Mandel Jlass ha returned from a irlp to Oklcogo, where he purchaeed new stock with which to stock the store In the Hpstein block which has Iteen remodelled and which will shortly he occupied by the Glass Brothers. a aropbokhjn to Boemolidate t ti- lfat nntd and Qnancy cricket teams will ite gtanieaed at a meeting to lie held on Saturday afternoon at ,h'- ,lr Should the union be effected It will make one of the strongest teams In the copper country. us Pet STOOD, employed on the An drew Johnson farm, has been granted a patent on a device for automatically stopping grapliophones and talking ma chines, and eliminating the grating noise whh h ensues upon the comple tion of a record. The lad lea of the Hancock hive of Modern Lad)' Maceabe M re In 1 barge Of the Shvov for four nights tills week, j beginning Monday, a lten-ttt brine, giv en the.ri by Munager OetteltTUU), who, has arranged special programs for the series of shows. Sleighs will slart from the Kauth building on Wulncy strct at half past six O'clock this evening 1or Chnssell to convey a large pa.ro of Han ock Knights of Pythktg who will attend fl meeting of Chassell lodge at a Mg GARTNER'S THE LEADER OF STYLES NEW SPRING GOODS SHOWN Ladies' and Misses' New Suits Ladies' and Misses' New Coats Ladies' and Misses' New Skirts Ladies' and Misses' New Dresses New Waists New Muslin Wear New Petticoats New Corsets AT GARTNER'S DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS By Fred L Leipziger voJlu havk to excWEMfcX 0R COMING IATE 0U KNOW IT'S THIS vVA .Tte, I MAD , To CxCh Ai'T THfe Kmtt TvCMTISTC" MY PACE uiarr .n aWFULLV TMAT I CoCLON'T Aiirv -TUtrtJ l 'UST MPPt kllD I TO nS-MPMBfTR THAT I WAD Bec-Ausr MY ' r-one-vr.n.-wi-AVi I . .rM- A. I I wnpw OUT S AN& IT TOOK 50Mt TlMf For. TMAvT , THRN HA.I TO CMC" A CAR. N HVNNINfi ONE C " VnCK-TlGt'HT'' rWBBERI CTAMF: Ol P AND B!-0nu. I .-'AULA PICK IT UP THfe. 1 NVAi GioHCz J V 1 "' i jl"7 TH7 i WOWJ-O HAvr ftRKrj HOMt ON Ti& OEcAtia" A PrXiBK'O fNE -AMf- KLCHCi N AN AWfOMCglLP AMP TOC-D Mft TO juM P 'N ( BUI Wt. hadn't Uoncl r.ve SLfiOr. whbn OU- Wfei-L ,PA, IT J ' 7S NOTH Nd 7 0 WORRY A80CT. HAVE NO DINNER l r--6i. YOU ANYHOW' WE HA AN AfCClDETn oJR PlRE LE.S- dOOKEI t i I tor- -fnr A. HOI K IfN ONE. OF MK itLCb ; I J as. wa:. OCoMfi j ri-Nc- TUKr rnoo tiws. T 1 1 -Mr'MHF fABVN iWUTE'i .. ISl . - - 1' . v.i I niher hnd t ro ihn.ueh all that lor a .ugT Inncr.