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SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 101?.
fH CALUMET NEWS PA.GE TWO Houghion TALKS.OF THE U. P.E HOSPITAL F S. CASE OF BOARD OF CONTROL SAYS THE INSTITUTION FOR INSANE IS OVER CROWDED. IV, il s i 'aw, of Maruuotto. a mem lrr !' the board Of ontrol of Hi UP" I . n IVnlnsulu lbupltul lor I ho insane ni Ncwliiii, Mai r.tuine.1 from New berri w here ho MIMVW lb graduat ing exercise of the Institution and ut , I t si.iHi.il U.ard in. oi nit i" it . ftterejw tto tn ..n i i . Tli.ro w.rt' twelve nursca anil at i, nil .ft - gradual. 'I Tue; la night Iho , v.MSt'K ptWrtMi must interesting. ReV. In. i.nn.Hl ..f Suult St.v HUN the graduation address. N'ollung i.f importance developed at tin- b...u.l meeting, which Mi ulwi attended by ilo. ma C. Conlln of Crystal Falls, u i . . tit appointor of tlv, 'shorn. 'rii.ro arc accommodations lor hut Ml in the asylum while at the prcs . tit tl . ro aro S30 atients. I! aue -.1 ;hiv ...million H has MOOOM MM s..t t . r tho uper peninsula count i 10 send thoir pJOJMa to Truverc City in tM southern peninsula. V9 Ut a .Im.i i timo ago otjJ. iho eastern coun- of tM penlneijta Mi required to :..is. thoro being nc oinino.hr tons t the Newberry institution to take MM of patlillts troni tn- IMtMn otiii ot the p.ninsula. hut now, with So no patient than tl full capacity, thoy nr.- being- t'..r. i . pj n.i iiiwnt' to 1 ioaiM City Prom a (M pool m iha M county. Mi. i'.i.s. ai-.i il.it in. .i . r.M.tn is ro iiuiroil. Smoking rooms and coriidors aro n w utilised :is sleeping quarters tor some ot the. atii-ntsn ' I'nloNW wo get additional MMMM pai.l Mr. Case. it will up t. the OOOfM of the uppor peninsula to atop 1 1 an going tSMM, Tti-Tv an- comparatively fow vi lont patients at the institution. according M Mr. Case. Tho treatment given the inmates is of tho very best and the most serious rago a- rruittoil tin. utmost freedom, with attend BMl always on guard. It is not antuatol th t. will M any action tak towards prwvltrlng additional MaMMMssstloM lor tho Hi -wherry institution until th- state legislature m. in i . -tru la r session next winter, Jiut at that time, unless conditions are matorially .-hanged. I strong1 plea for an appropriation for i:.i capacity will he mail.'. Seven in Houghton Jail. There are Mvoa I apis ix-u.c detain ed in the Houghton Jail untd they can "o examined " Judge . ': 'tt. U.-ntley, to asx-ertaiu whether or no: i..y iro insiine. This iH the Ingest number of s ippOMsVy Insane pi.plo M Iff h-id in llM jail at MM tiim-, tint '..Hal ..rhVers d ti' t tak it as an itidi- .i'i..n that the insanity rut. is any btjJMV her.- than in oth.r . -. unities, in I the ftutisth-H of the l" r I'onln sula Hospital prove that this is not the ease. The county ii.Ih more pa tunt.H to this hospital than any otitoff uimt peninsula ciiiinty, MBMWa it Is i:ir?er, but the pero. ntage ..-r popula tion is Tiiuoh less than that ol MM! oth.-r counties. AM if those iletain.M are not necessarily- insiine. In ia t Sh. titf BfM is . nln.'(d thnt at b-ast one sf IM four i.roiight to tho Jail fMtantoy is por ttOOf ii.uinal. He MrBI be examined. ln..vevor, and it Judk.'.. ii.ntbv hnds therwi.'e. ho will he sent to one of the state hospitals to BUdWgQ tffMt ; . nt. HORSES BODIES FOUND. Animals Wh.ch Fill n Lake Last Fall Near Bridge Come to Surface. The bodies of two horse v. hloh ran away last fall and fell into the iak near the bridge came to the surfar. osterday ami last night wore re moved. The ln.rw-s wen- OWMel by neijdnis Rob-rts of llouitht n ami wore Ming driven from Hipby. shortly M tlx- hike froo oet- la-; witoi. TJsfl evidently .ame to the s-urface af. tnr the water was cover, d with ifc, ml is .ii an open w ),, t I n .tr the brldire. w. re nejsj i. persons w irk Ina on the bridge. STUDY ELECTION METHODS. Civic Classes "f Houghton Schools Will Vist Polling Plscts. Arrangement;. MM MM tmido by - t int' ndent J. A. ljHlle of tie noijcht.m srhools for the olaws in i hrlM to stud elertloii methods at i f hand b having the students rmm at the several jn.Hing places on Monday next. Th.- lass from the Jay HnMeil 'i ol KiU watch MMiMI a the mthidr . no. and that of tU- ,entr..l " hool at the village bail. W.THURTELL THE OPTOMETKlST is now In Caluwiet and will bo rlad to welcome his fr. ds and Citrons. Of fice in OrensN u Flk. ROVN I to and 7 to I! P. M. A oMffMsftfl I xainin OfeMI of the r-yrn ami glasses ground t correct refractive errora. All work guaranteed. Phone 633 W. ATENTS Product Fortunts Department TO FORM FARMERS" CLUB. L. M. Geismir Will Follow New Line of Work This Year. I ... i l l '..-Isii.ai SUIH'lilltenib t.t "f ih. sinte i-xperlmoiital station at t'hut Imm will in the itituro work alotiK an entire!) dHtVreM line than in the pMl hi, put ix.so b'lng to p;i nore a I ten -IIOll to the personal lactur in his w. rU nnonir the lannetH uml to leave the experimental wotk to his MJMttMfiatM H st work will o fee orranle tlu farmers tf Iho upp. r peninsula. Mr. (ioJHinar's plan Qt organiat hM is to form i lub.s ..f t.-n farmers each to a. I as nucleus to the greater or (anlzalhon. Theee i lube will devote their attention to n oettain kind of agrbulMire. They will peclalla Ojq com or p.'t..io.s- or fruit r..uy ao-orliiM( to the natural eaikMUoMk Tho N-tiiLts to Ih d.iu.-.l frtni Mr. . iel mar s plan are self ovIiK-nt, and If ih.. N hole peiiinsulu is NpsM In this u.is both the laitiiors and Ufef consum ers w lil bo Kiuners. The n.s-esaity for ps ia Using on the potato .top has b-n brought to the attention ol the farmers fonmly on ...i i.. us occasions. The inability of Pii. is to procure carload of the name .lt .t has laused thein to dimrtmin ato against upper peninsula farmers to such an extent that fow potatoes can he shipped out at a satisfactory price. In the now order ..f things no club Of humors MnrsaM to potato t.i.siiiK will plant more than two ai . tits, and their crops will bo pooled and sold in carload lots. SEEDS FOR DISTRIBUTION. Congressman Young Sends Large Con signment to Secretary J. T. Mc Namara. Secretary J T. McN.iniara of the I pp. r I'. iiinstila 1 hN elopnu nt liui o.ui has received from QMeJMMMM H ( ' ouiif the annual consignment of seed for distribution in the copper country. There are twolxo hundred w."kage.s, each containing the smaller packages tl mM "i ...ry ari.ty ..t x.-eiable that i. m be grown In this section. Secretary M Namara lias lawn In to! t d that William II. M elsh of the f,.n will le. tnr.- at grange meetings In the upper peninsula, accompanying th. speak.-rs who have bOM engaged ly tho varloua granges and farmers Institutes. Mr. Welsh will show the lain, rti slid, s used :it t he rhicigo Ullul sIioa t demonstrate the agrleultuial possibilities of the Upper (wninsii la, Mei which show actual MM taken in s co.ii.ties .f rppcr feMoMfefMi The Houghton fount y grange will be lu-ld at HMWlstoa on April I'J. ELECTION ON MONDAY. Little Interest Being Manifested By Houghton Voters In the Outcome There H companui ely little el.-. Hon ft st in Houghton, as there is no OOpMltsM for any of the local town ship oth. es except sup. r isor, for which doorfe K. MJsrcotte Mill oppose M. M. Foley n an independent ticket. An . piM.rtunity will be offered for all not already on th.- enrollment books to en roll f..r the August Primary OMStlOM and iti ol.lition to the.-hctioii of town ship ofltoofa the propoKit ion p. Ujiid the township Tor t:T ohj for the DMMOa of construct iutf a new road from H. .igh tOO to tutor iike will he consider., i. Il is expe. t.. the proposition will 0M II) pus- as the value ol the rood Ix.ih to the rosMoMa Ol MoOefbiM and to th. fonaera i.-suiin- ( the Ottor UUu district is fi nerally MOOfKeMi and ud mitted. T. A. GREEN IN TOWN. President of U. P. Development Bureau Visits Houghton Today. Thornton a. QffOMi presbb nt of the lpr PonlsjeylM DovotoMMttl Hureau, and of the i o, r l oiintrv I'alr Asso e atioii, was iii MMtfO this inotniiiu tojfet Ini over evpooototloa m.ittors with Soc- retOT) J, T. McNamaia. .Mr. QTOM U iloa interested in the pradOOl to hold a . ounty fair next fall in OOtoMeVrM county, taking- idace Just the WOok be fore the dales announce I tor the Cop P r '.Mil ry Fair. Mr. QfOM MUOffM that the fair at OMonapM Will aid the Houghton show and most of the exhibits at the for mer will be moved ho, Illy i, the Cop per ..iTit y l air. The lair at nn tonagon will he the lirst hold In many ..irs there, though foiinerly they . r held annually on grounds OMtppM with buildinifs Bpeelolly erected for the purpoofc LOCAL DECISION AFFIRMED. Supreme Court Affirms Verdict Given m Circuit Court. The supremo court, at lousing yes terday, affirmed the verdict (f the H nighton county circuit . u,rt In the MM Of Mankkin.n versus tM ynlnoy Mining company. Mankkin.-n was injured in the Quin oy mine on OffMMff '., iftOB. and sub OtqueOlly died. Suit was brought by his heirs for damages amounting to IS I, Ml at th. May t.rm in .J08. 'in June : 19J0, a verdict was given f- r th- plaintiffs f..r 111, MS, which was appealed to the nupri Tin court by the o f.-ndant onipany. through its- attor i - Hamhette & UtWtOfl, Hy the derision of the supreme court yester day In nmrmlng Ihe Judgment of the lower court, the Mankkinen heirs will BO probably recover the amount of th. verdict. DEATH OF CHILD. Tin- eight -yr-dd son of Mr. nn Mis. Mart H.bcrtn ..f (ulncy Mills died yesterday afternoon of heart tlOUtlt after a tirief illness. The fu neral kill he held Sunday afternoon LITTLE OPEN WATER. Report Received This Morning Indi cate Little Change. Reports roeelved this morning b.. Junior I nnosis ii, ..ige H Hanks ol Hough on Horn the canal, ami the en try Indicate but little change in ice i.nditions. At the canal there is from one to i inches in the canal proier. hut there Is no open water III sight In Iako Superior from :ho hi ag k at i . although day before yesterday a con siderable stretch could no neon at u Mstanoe from shore. In the Portage ilvei i here i- from six to ten lm in -ID the chanuoL In K-wis naw Hay the Ice la solid to ah-uit eight miles from Traverse Island, between which tdnt and Huron Hay the water js open and no ice islble. Ilngiiie. r Hanks has received copies ..f notices calling for bids for rock for building embankment for the .Mar inette pl.t extension, which was 0M trai led for last season tnit which was thi .wii up M Uu lira, lor who was given the job. Nothing official has Mm rootrrM ralotlM to tM MoMtMl Of the Moreland. which remain. hI all winter Inside the breakwater nt the .anal It Is exps-ted. however, that -..in. thing will be done shortly after th. opening f navigation t have Cap tain Held remove tho wreck, as soon il pooosbfc . LOCAL SCHEDULE. The ochedule arningod 1)V the Houghton County Traction MMfsMf for the local service now In ffJMM is as toll ivvs: leaves arbarn in Han co. k at 18 and 4". MMi after tho h ur; bank corner, '11 and ,r.2 after; Houghton end of bridge, 30 after anil even hour; Douglass House. and ' minutes 'after. We'd tsmnd; Leave Kast Houghton ut 50 and M ait.i. 1 long! ,-s House, and ' aft r; Houghton end of bridge, even hour and 30 after, bank corner, 7 and :I7 after; anivo car barns, and 4T, after. PALM SUNDAY. Seti. .s appropriate to Palm Sun day will bo observed tomorrow In all of th local churches, with suitahh music and sermons, .hiring boh week there will Is- services at the t 'at nolle churches and at Trinity Kpiscopal and a union OoM Friday set v ice of IM 1 rot. slant churches will M hold at the race M. K. church, with sermon i... Rl v. Mandus Harrott of Han. -ck. CARAH FUNERAL SUNDAY. The funeral of the late Heorge Curah. Sr.. whoso death occurred yesterday n.ornini,' In Houghton, will bo hehl on Sunday afternoon, with s.-rvlcos nt the r.ruoe Methoi'lsl liisopal church and interment will take place at I'ot.st Hill cetnetot-y HOUGHTON BREVITIES .;..X:...X?K''W': The Woman's Catholic order of For esters will give a May parly and 0a ol plain sowing on May 1. A marriage license has been .ssucd to BAward HTMooa of Dmjmm ami Mary I'akkala of Houghton. i hailes J. Paine of llostoti. 7rosidont ol the st. Maty s Mineral luind cuu pany, arrived In Houghton yesterday. Mrs. C, H. Walters of I'eiiville. is visit imr tit tho home of Mr. and Mrs. .P.. ph HoynWjJ in 1-ist Houghton. Mrs. Thomas Moftrath returned thi motning from St. lgnace. whoro nhe was called early in the vvtsk on :i -i. unl of tho death of her stop-father, t'haun f I lOejO, The uiiganiinK Yacht cltltl will Mf4 its IflnOal mooting and lection ol ofB crs on Tu. s, lav next, April The i gleora to be chosen are oommoJoM and three members f the board of governors. HoffeVTO CroM bus In on named us aptain of the hinh Sffbool track team for the coining OMWIO JOOOO AH as captain of the l:ieball team, I'r.n - t will bt -in us km n us c.nilit tons permit. Th. mas .J. ltoy. nVi nl Iniluth is in the ..pper oOVBtri on otiolllOM and on his return wn be i mponlod by his tainily. who will ma.o- their homo at M (TICK I IF BURC1 ion. Notice is bereb) given that the An nual Townahip MOOttal Will be bold in the Town hip of t'olumet. County of I ugh. St. no of Michigan, on Mn day. the 1st day of April. A. Ds P.H:'. tor the pprpoae ot electing the follov. -ipg othcirs: (ne Bupervloor, one Township rierk, ..ne Crirnmlaalanoff of Highways, one township Treasurer, one Mem her Hoard .1 Uoview full tcnii, one JttOtlCO ol the I'. u e full term, one overseer ... Highways. four Constables, one Po und mooter, The polls of said election will be opened at seven o'clock in the forenoon r as soon thennftor as may he and Will be Continued open until five o'clock n the afternoon. The polls of said l le, tion will be located at the follow ing places in said township: Tec mot No. l, at Armory. F'n t No I'aluiiiet Captain's of- li' ". 'ahimet. It. in. i No. :t. Captains office at No. Hi shuft. Calumet. Hi., in t No 4. So. Hecla Captain's of- fpe. ITerinct No I, Norweglnn Temp. Hall. S. Ml street. Hi. . m'M No (i, Red Jacket Town Hall. Precinct No. 7. Salvation Army H.i-- racks. Mh street. I TOOtnct No. . Finnish Hall al c. n tennial Heights. Hr.s ini t No. !. Foresters' Hall. Hre inrt N. 10. Palmer's Hldg. I i, n t No. II. LauTluii, Town Hall. PrOOtMl No. 12. Spalding Hotel. L. L. A v enue. Precltvt No. 13. I'ire H ill Copper City. JAM I'S M KC NACCrllTON. Superv isor. C.H.O. MARTIN. Township Clerk. 30 H.xonka Is MM outside sales de ICrtaejei Com panv Of, William Hasting- rt H.n'l. i i . el; N'ormal school for phyotMl cul tuic lu.s been secured Supt. Hoollo to address tho mooting of the Snperln t. n. louts' Mound Table neat Untordoy, .. Dl..uu.a i.-.l .i.. i..1 the School Ot the I'UtUlc" Tonight Is the last opportunity f .t Ice skatins ut the Amphidrome as the will dose thb; evening, no mat ter what the weather conditions may, be, and preparations for roller skating Will be commenced Articles Of ass.siat on were filed I with John Qorvln, clerk oj i intonoATM CoODt) y est, r. lay. for the I miotiagon Com mare WU club, organised early thisj month by about fifty prominent resl-1 di nt of uiiioiiagon tin arriving at Hougiliton yeotordoy, a southern Mh-hlgnn woman, dMxwor- ,d that she had left two valuable rlngsl on the sleeping enr and Immediately she go' illto colllllliinic.lt ioll With the South Shore depot ;il (annuel where she learn.xl that they had lieen turned in by the honest Borteff, QUEER FOOD SALE IN PARIS. Remnants from Palace and Hotel Tables Sold Duly at Markets. "Twelve mounted dragoons sat at the gate of the Klysoi palaco one af- I I III MOM as 1 ss. .1 with a friend." says a writer In lhisincss. "The Hresl.lenl is givlnu a hampiet to the KMf Of HHlgariit. sod tin guide, a' hug time resident of Paris. TOMOT- j low niorniiig at ! we must visit the J Hall of Jewelry at H Mm I i nt ra log.' t Now the Holies I'entralea is the, gnat central mark.! -f Pans, possi- 1 bly the most soi. titifb ally arranged j and target general nuirkot in the' world. Hut ti maik.t pi o.hici how could it have a j.-welry hall, and If s... what did It have to do with the King Hulgaria V I was soon to find. ol.t. At 'J o'lock n. xi morning wo w. te two of , real toVtwd rMooed I against a large, closed door In one of the pavilions . I' Halloa Centrales, uur route through tM market had MM alOtttg "',' MoMI cniral avenue which trover aeo the bnihliniEi rran east to W est. "WO had Sis-n the gl oat v eg. table trucks arriving from outside of the walls ol Hurls Oiled high With Veget al, I. s. all carefully washed and ur-I ranged In layers; rows of carrots, of lie. ts. of parsnips, etc.. making of the! moving trin k a must attractive pic ture. 'Fnder the nwirk. t 1 said my friend, are huge cellars, I .' feet le. p and di vided into over thousand ctnpart ni. tits, accessible to an underground el. ctri, freight s. rvlce-but hero tin door o)ens.' "The crush that followed reminded me strongly of ot i that 1 part lei: a to. I In on Oxford sneet, London, aofcnt months earlier. Then It had boon a I p., ial sale of i-trlch phi mew- I felt iiiiious us to Wli.it I now should see. The largo room was got with iong i. .hies, a h covered with inmunorablc paper napkins placed side by si.h . Bach napkin hid a fev. articles of put, trod fo.d .ti it. Apparently It was a huge d. iioatesson shop. Then 1 looked more . h.soly and saw that the portions of l wore strangely muti lated a mutton (bop would not be complete; one i urner had Men nootl trim mod off. "Nor was il aloM on its serviette w ith it w.i spoonful ot peas, ot JC ly and half a roll. Next to it WOO portion ,onsistnig of a chicken wing with one Up gone, few aocaltopod potatoes, half a stalk of celery and a mOM MMeatlon Of marmalade. Hoch portion had :i plica ta ; that Ol the ch-.p, 4" centlmeo (I sen to); the chick en wing. 15 centlTOM Further on was small pint ,.i a very sinnll bird thai carried with it the OUMOBtton of a coin bottle. "'You see before v.. ii.' Mid My no V the remains of H.lsha.ur's toMt UO is .Tilled king of Hulgar.a. now, but it is the Mime That chop may have been toyed v itfi iy MM fair qnootti tho missing Up of the chicken wing pos sibly took th. Kitm's mind from mat ters of Ht.it- f,,r a moment or two. i if one thing, he .sure, that pouting SI Diiluth. wh.ro Mr con no, tod with the ivertnient 01 n ii For Overseer Oscar W. Underwood, the Southern Entry In The Quadrennial Race For the Presidency. j . J Harris & Fwlng. Along nith the half dozen or so otlmt CalxlldatM for the hresidency Oscar L'ndcrwootl, who la seeking the nomination on the DfoMCntti ' tii ket. has opened cauipaign boodquartON at Washington. New York and other centers. Senator JODP Mollis HoilkhOIKt, who coincs from Mr l.'tul. t wood's own stale of Alabama, Is director general of the boom. Mr. Underwood will in- HftJ yeats old on May & tie has rOproMptod tho Ninth Alabama district In the house of ropreecutAtivca since IAS and is ctutlrmab of tM ways and immn commlttM, which position cariiea wiiu it iho title of majority loader. irom Proaldoni Pnnicroo1 plate is bora for Ihal g 'ntlein.in wai brought up to pick tlie bom s i b an.' " Surely they didn't have all this'." " i h, no. Beoldel the remains of the Palais K s. o bOnajQOl hro the on- trtbutiono from the :nrg" hotolt and the (Mhlonable reotaurante. Ail Porii cotiiiibuUs 10 Hi's i'l Hurls cvcepi Ihe Uitin Muart. r, w hi. h is hen to buy. Your landlady is lure, so tlon'1 (um up your nose at this for noTOC" thing from hole will reach you iu lo BieTht'a dlnm r.' ' In It ra than half an lyur not n serviette with lt offering was left. POubourg St. ntoine nml Ruo St. Jac .iiies had taken everjihlna. So P.irlj lakei a waate and maetea Of it a bv -product, and does it so cleverly th t the suggestions ot offense Ih climb:. u i d." FOR MASSACRE MEMORIAL. Pronosal to Pu-chase Florida Battle field and Erect Monument. P.epi oscntai Ive Bnnrkmaoi of Florida, has iclotrtkluced in tho house , r rejirc- VOTE FOR AND NICHOLAS "The Crippled Miner" For Treasurer I sent; tives a hill Which he on u live teori ., re aontai thai tho government make. pro lnlon for the marking and j protection oi the "Hade's Massacre" t H. li. ,1 in Bumter county. Florida (ami for tho erection t , monument I hereon. Major Francis Dado, w i t )i his Mibol dinate othe rs and ennsl.o men. In ih. BemtooleO, the fate thai ('lis!, ! and Ihs men forty OM VOOOi til- lerwi t.l met at tM ban, is of the Blowa. Thort an aome men apparently who i fiffVOff heard of Hade and what in fell I him auu his men. At the bocmnlnaj of whit is known j as Flirtation W.Ik al Ye t Point, there riaoa n phi hi white maMIe ahae'ta. It h is Hood thoro foi Mif a century, and perhaps longer. It bears an ln ihcription Which tells Ih - re i dor thai it was eroded In metnory of Major I'nin ds u Untie ano the moMMre of his I command, The cnllatod men wiu to I duty Ol poll, omen at w. i Point will til y mi thai not .me vlfitor in a i, united knewa anything nboul "Dodo'i niussacrc. Ihe ,bht :mir. QMPOri toduv Will t II yOUi however. thai lail.'s nn.'' icre was us we'l Known of Highways 'ami rnmonlheri C half a centuiy ago is the i uster niiiiMi re Is known and i - momborod today. Mr. Spaiknian wants the iwrernment to expend V'iOoO to acfUiro the hattl. held whir. Dade and his men made 1 t heir hor.de light acninst overwhelm ing oofg and lo pay lor the erection of a monument. It Is urg-d hy friends of Uu- plan thai the "itm of money . . s k . . I ! in not large, .and they add that Bve tunes the amount has boon voted to preoorva tM memories of men w ho met N ss heroic deaths. "Ta Deum a Hymn of the Agea. Hallowed by old association and fr:i.,;ht with many memories are the TM1 church hymns like the "Ta Deutu." which for more than a tlou aaiid years has been the sous of Christendom. It was chanted at the baptism of Clovls and sunt ut the jubilee of Queen Victoria. It was suutf also after Aglncourt and Waterloo, and on all solemn occasions when the boat! of the people hud been moved to thanksgiving for victory on laud or Ma. Horn the IViUnr Ha-. Methodist Bplscn- tnii chinch, an. i Interment win be nt , . I I I V .V M n ' IKK, I iraey, Wasloinji..:, . tftl I f orest Hill cemetery'.