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n SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1U2.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department BOWLERS AT DULOTH. Scores in Singles and Doubles at Mm nesota Tournament. Tha IhIU;k mutches Whtcb were held 'n Thursday Iggdg) .11 the Head ! 1 ue laJies toui n nnent at Duluth re sulted In placing- the B4g Puluthx (ho he-id in tlic live-man event, with M' of S.ltt, mill three other tetuma rolled up scores In aereea of, those mania hy the Cogger Country men, who In 'OmKSuei. e w retefkUed ti tilth iiluc Instead of ajecond. In the sinnles the scores so far re potted arc an follow 1 i istersffMsi Tuiuth jjfl lushnell, LuJie Unden jju nsher, Hancock r. 1 7 I . over, Hancock Vrelour, Houghton 497 1. at boau, 1-ike Linden .. 472 In the double the copper country howls ra had scores up follows : i .irl'iau 58. liushnell ij 1,16! DOVtff r,fijj rreloaj 471 1.001 lead. 1 The Hanhonu ktuschncll ,1, t lie t wo men cut. HANCOCK M. E. CHURCH. Regular Services to be Conducted by Rev. W. E. Marvin Tomorrow. W K. Marvin, pastor of the first 1. th vdHt KplK'opal c liui.il arm. .11n. es Sunday s;r Ices for tomorrow us fal lows: !:S0 t'laas meeting'. 1 1 N Public worship. Topic, "dm- et sot ion of a Great Skeptic. " , : no Sunday school. 2:45 Tha Junior league church. ir Senior Epworth league devo tional meeting: 7:00 Mvenlng worship. The sermon ill be reached by Rev. Henry Ho ; , rs ..I' I 'attic. A 'eck-day services. Monday, 7: 4T sharp, regular meet ing of Men's Associate ltusines.- ses- inn. program and lunch. Everybody invited. Thursday, 4:00 Junior hviguc school. Thursday, 7:30 General prayer m . ting. YldaT. : 00 Social gathering ,,f the s P. L club, who will entertain the voting men and WOBien of the church All young podple of the church ami . ongrogation are Invite.'. DELEGATES ARE BACK. Lccal Man Say tie Hubbub Was of Short Duration. 11drcw Itram and Attorney B. U, (awton returned last night from Hay t'lty, where tlioy at tended ihe Hcpub- H. ,111 Mate (convention as delegates 1 Houghton county. Henry L Raer lid not rctufi with the others It. m this city, going bv way of Chl rago with u number of the delegates from other parts of the copper coun 11 v. Mr, Hram declares that the kith I oh .is of very short duration. Mr. Bram says that the worst part of the hole affair was caused toy the mass ing of N large crowd of Roosevelt men liom D-trott In front of the armory doort which resulted In many dcle gatca being unable to get Into the I. all at all. Mr Hram was seated In rronl of the hall near the stage ' hen the little encounter between Jack Cremar ami v i Gordon ol Midland took place, and ha was only fee leet frtan tha principals In the ft air. ANOTHER MEETING CALLED.. I 'resident I'rank Ci May worn of the Hanoaoh basoball club has called ;.n. .Hier meeting for next Thursday ev ening; It Is thought that the small turnout on Thursday lnsi was lue to other attractions and that another trial will rcmilt In getting- a good crewd together to discuss, the orgnni. Ing ..f a team this ar. Mr. MajrWOrn yesterday received a oonUnuntcatloB hom Mohawk nliaring that lown'i willingness to enter an inter-county league. TEMPERANCE OFFICERS. Pohjantahti Society Holds its Quarter lv Election of Office" s. At the nuartcriy el. , tn.11 ..r otficera f ihe Pohjanuihtl Finnish Temper nc society held recentl the rollowlng v ere chosen: Preaident Ijitirl Knnnnliien. Vice president John I .ohipaunla. B retary Joseph Btlfven. x latanl se-retary Matt Ylltalo. u-.r -skar Kotilainen. Financial aagrman Tilda Marttl. s ntinele Maria I.ml and William 'iemela. TEACHER GIVES TEA. i Anna Marts 11, principal of the "'itrii prlinmry. whool of this city Mrrday artenjoon entertained the """'' itacherl of the school and the nf .1 tthrnbav of the pupils al tea In the tntml tmildine A i n-' 1:1 "n. "i t ami the singing of folk "'figs by the children were feature! f the gathering which was inot ph-asant one. MAY CONDEMN BUILDING. Chief or police Tfbor faaiarday ax- ''min ' the old Mineral Range round bOkee near tht! loot of Tescmco street a lures 11 to toe in an unsafe con Jhm, ItObte to be shaken by passing halns and to topple over upon or . us who may happen t bo near ' ls Hkelj that the condition of the '"il'hne ma, ,,n,Kht ,,, tf. mten " "n the . dauacfl and thai action "'"'! condemning It ma. te .k en, s U payg to advertiie COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY. The I K) eotttu II will hold a nicetiiiK Mondaj night at which action will he taken on ,lU(,r hnn, npplh atlon.. for tlic 1 omlssg ear. The commute, p. I"""" 'I b.v the council la ( M,a t" m I with the city attoraej ha bean in.ikliiK .1 uird'ul InvctlKiiticu an 1 th. pruning 'f Jhe Mioon I let win be m. d.-rt.-,kci, with .-ai.- .ui.l a full know '"due of what la beat to be do! , Cll IhdlVHjl'.il ease GOVERNOR SIGNS BILL. Qevarnor Dehorn has signed th, 1,111 am. 11 linK the art Incorporating; fourt h -class cities so that they may h,., tc the the per cent limit of assessable valuations, instead of two. AdvtOae t., thia effe, t were received yeaterday in Hancock. It BOW leaves it up to tin city whether or not the district may bend for $150,000 fur a new high s hool. ! -: HANCOCK BREVITIES a) Mrs Hugh I nar.l and children arc visiting at v'heiioygaii, Mich. Men a I'd Oalialmn returned .esterday from a vialt to West Itnlen, ln.1 Mrs DeWolfe of Kalamazoo has hern engaged as mar.a -cr ol the dry goods department of the Hartner desirtinent Mara, sTxpreag Aenl a. b Thoeney this week shipped to Duluth a nunsher of BttCtetnsSd packages to 'be sold at an III, t loll. A. F. Klnville left this morning for Prince Rjopert, BrltAsfj t'oiuntbia. the Pa Iflfl terminus of the Urand Trunk racillc. where he will he engaged on s 11 mtr.o t ing win k all summer, re- hsTttiag t.. Banooek in the fall. The Klingkammer orchestra has Iwen rngi gi .1 by the Hancock Colta baseball team to furnish music for the dnnce to be given al U'linanla hall on April rha proceadi WUH he used to pur- 1 base uniforms and equipment for the learn f:r the Coming season. membership campaign has toecn instituted by the Portage Lake Ihisl i.csn Men's association which is ex pected to result In the doubling of the number of meutuate by May 19. Three new members were enrolled this week. A si . r ial meeting of the association will he held on April 24 a consider in. iit.rs relating to the business of falr.4 of the organization. "The (Jaml)lers" was presented tit the Kerredm theater last night by 11 veTj capable company tiefore ono of the toes audiences of the soason. The pl.. in every regpOCt realized the ad vance anticipations and the amdause was fre.iuent and hearty, showing the sincere appreciation of the audience. The funet Of the tad Theodore Blmmer will be held tomorrow after noon from the Congregational bun ii. rjev. Mnndus Itnrrett ofliciatlng and in ternient will be at Lakeside cemetery. The Ing pa 01 which was to hove been held last night has been postponed un til next Thursday evening at 7:31 o' clock. BanfrM Mustonen of this city, will have tbla evening for Duluth to attend a OOaventkM gf the Hlgh Amerkan Musical Association, of which he is s..i.t u y. The convention will toe held on Sunday afternoon and Mr. Musto nen WlH represent the eoper country singing societies, returning Tuesday morning. TORCH LAKE BREWERY IMPROVEMENTS. New Pasteurizing Device Being In stalled at Bosch Plant. CMfcar H'estrath of St. Douls is In stalling a mw .pasteurizing attach ment with n rapacity of LSI harrels per hour, at the Bumii Brewery or Iwike Linden. The pasteurizr is the prod uct of the Harry-Wehmillcr faxtory .111,1 i- deslgnel to purify the beer, toy pissing it through water heated to a certain temperature, then through the steam 100111 where e n greater heat is applied end. then to tbe cooling room. It is expected the li.-w attachment wil' be la operation by Monday morn ing. A three-fourths horse pOWef electric motor will be used in operat ing it. The temperature controllers for the water tanks work automatical ly The improvement is a very Impor tant one and makes the plant one of the most modern In the state HARD TIMES SOCIAL. Lake Linden Hive No. 413 L T. t, M. will entertain at a bard tlmau kOOtal at UN Hermann Sons' bail M ,,,s,luv evening Several novel fea tures have toeeu arranged and there win be aaanaag Idinphaea win also be serverl uimiiiii'H'1' i"" " X TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. II 1 1 1111 tUMH" M wmm Rev. Frederic Itagnall wUl preach at the Lake Llmb-n '.mrroga tional church tomorrow morning on. ".'robbm Poeaeh." and at tha Hubbeii church in ,ho evening on. "A Hquare Deal Ith Christ." , , i The lfubhell wls entertains ' ,,rv Bucceaful dandng parix al Hi l.a.ke Linden opera bous bill '"t evening. list's orchestra mn I the mush- and the party attended. . Work on the St. Joseph s church of Tike Linden Is being pnH..l. The ,,, K gg (he win., tore Will be BMP "I I lie ground Serclcea at the Lake Linden Melh-...i-i ohurcb will lie aa usual tomor row, with Uev 11 H. MaliiiiHon In charge morning ami evening. i UPPER PENINSULA ' Kindled Fire With Gasoline NapoleOB La Loggg Of Manistlipie v is severely binmd about the fun the other dnv while lighting a lire In the furnace with gasoline. La UQhOjO has been in the habit of eating bU dinner in the t.m house and be pro iced cd as usual to build a tire in th stove. iKor this purpose he got some laaoUad in a gallon ran. Alter pour Ing oil on the wood, be struck a mutch and lit the tire, still holding the can In his hand. The explosion followed. The can was blown to pieces. Luckily mm. 1 f the fragments struck La Lon.lc. but his face was aaerej) bnrmsl. It Will he some time before he will be able to work and It probably will be still longer before he will use gasoline foi kindling a rue. Surprise for Newberry People The distance from Newberiv to the T.Kiuanwsinn falls, following the wind ings and twists of thai meandering stream. Is Just twelve miles shorter than it was papularly supposed to he. A party of gTVOyorg ill the employ of the Western lunl Beottrltftti ' ompanv have just finished chulnlng the stream and they place the distance irom New -berry to the falls at thirty-eight mile. Heretofore the distance has alwavs be n placed at tlttv miles. Uium h owners who bav. been tiguiing lie speed of their boats on this latter figure will now have, to cut down their claim for the going qualities of tin ir craft by about two miltn an hour. Kaufman Prixe to Girl The division of the six Judges, three on thought and composition arid three on delivery, gave tirst place and the prize of $'!0 to Miss Marion Hasnim sen, in the annual Kaufman Oratorical Coatee! belli at the Normal schoo! 'l'hursiay evening. Scond place and tho $0 prize went to Miss Haze! Prb e. The oratorical (ontest was an un usually successful event. b many said to be the n.os: successiul sinci l.;e prize was establisbeil. A large au dience waa present, and the literary societies enthusiastically backed up their representatives. The four liter ary societies made an excellent show ing. Their lamest and COaOCtentlOUl work during the past week resulted In strong orations and skillful delivery last night. In her oration on "The Regro, Pfob htm of America," Miss Mavsi Sir. it ton strongly pleaded tie- cause of the OegTO in I'm South and lOgKOBted solu tions of the negro problem. Miss Marion ctasmusseii delivci'eu a strong oration on the subject "Inglor ious F'lviicc." advocating? International peace, based on international honor and trust, rather than on armament. Tracy Kiive discussed "The American Press." denouncing the evils ..: some present day newspaper tratllc and heartily approving the good features Miss Haze'. FYtoe, in an oration en titled "Amerlcn'8 Big i'roblem." de plored the giiat prevalence of divorce in America r.nd suggested some pos sible remedies for tbe condition. Berl Ross and Miss noffOBda DliecoU Ltlri Young and (irace Fan-ell gave pleasing musical numbers, Interspersed among the orations. The fudgea on delivery, who ware Dr. If, YV. Sheldon, of Negmuaee, Prln 1 tpal C, H. Dowman of the lahpcming uiyh s hooi and Prlwrtpal K a Mil ler of the Ncgaunee High hool. uxke in high terms regarding the work of the orators in this contest. Tin ..ra tions were all on live, vital topics, vig orously handled, and the contest was worth much, not only to the siudents participating, but to the entire au dience a;; well. Pleased With Prison Discipli "I waa greatly Impressed with the way Warden Ruaaegl is oonducthag tha Marquette prison." said Sheriff Uastoi: to the Detroit News, when asked atoout his recent trip to the northern penin sula prison with Darolc other Venn. 'Perfect discipline is being maintalmtl and I was very much ,-urprlsed to learn of the few violations of prison lules being committed by prisoiitrs. ' "I interviewed between twenty and IWenty-flVO prisoners from l'troit aiel had coiiliiientlal talks with all of them. All but one waa very pleased wiih Ihe treatment they were getting, Jamca "gle, tho Negro sent up from Deir. it about three oars :ig0 for manslaugh ter and who a week ago stabbed two tellow convicts, was still chained in the bull pen when I visited hliu. He Is one of the men who testil ed against Warden Russell at the recent Investi gation. Without exception he Is the most v icihus man I tvor talked with. I'urslng and swearing aa he tugged at Ihe shackles that hound him to the walls, ho coldly deerlhcd to me how he waa going to kill Warden Itnssell and Trustee nthonv when he got tic r henca. He said he didn't care what happened t" him If he could but take their lives. William Jones, who killed Qoufffi He wood several ears ago and Walter Hall, the assaulter, begged me to try ,.nd get them out. Kvery sixth man In Marviuette Is a lifer and of all those with WtoftJ 1 talked. Ih upiximokt thought in their mind, the only dope in their soul that keeps them alive and In anywhere near the physical con dition to endure this Ufa is the all nbldlnn faith they hav t that srme time in the nedr future they art again to breathe the air of freedom. Hope prliiRs eternal In the human breaet Rng It II were not for that m man OeuHj endure prison itf "Warden Ruagsll iott me that Ogfc'a oet was the first, serious offense thut had been committed In the prison for months. Tram Hay 1 list eur until Nov. L' .ut one man was punished This man was complainc' ,,f twice and drew two days solitarv confinement. Sim e then conditions have bun about' as nuod.' THE ROYAL SOCIETY. Princes Are Members and Queen6 Are Amonn Its Patrons. The Ruv'il -ociet) of London for Im proving Natural Knowledge usually .ailed simply the l!ova uneiet) -Whicb is to ecb-brate its J'liiih amilv : ar' In July iw xt, was lounded b.v I'haries II.: and all bis male sutioteansa 00 the Lritish tbnuH have beoawa momberH, while Queen Inn and gjneen Victoria were its patroua. The preoetM Mgg, in deed. l.ike u very active interest In us deliberations. nd It ie a graceful thing thet in the coming Oaiahratlon there will be representatives of the t rench academv. which t'aidlnal Rich, elleu founded OOl) a lew veils be. until.- Royal BBCSSty, Boveral gr-at Am ericans w -re mede fellow .-I the Bn4 llah institution Benjanrin Pranklin. benjanalg Th .mi s .ii (afterward Count liiimlord), Ab-xar.ler Agaaall, Rnnon N. '.v.omto and Dr. S W. ir MiidheH. The Royal sm l t Mlotna to liave been originated n..t by an En :Ilshiiinn, bat by a Gerh'in Theodore Ha agf, wii,, coming from the Rhine Pooettanto, be gan, in H515 .the 01 ganization f .. . k Iv meeting "of div rs wort'iv paiOona Inqulafttfva M aatural phlloaophy and other partr, of human leandng and particularly of what has been ceded th. new philosophv, r experimental pblloaoph) " The Initial meetlagi 'f the organized Roval society were bold in rirnahaiti tallage In London, but after the great lire Henrv llovvud. .-itii iiiike of Norfolk, invited the liadet! i" establish itself urnb r his root at Arim- Hel iiou.-e, preaenting it al the tame time With superb li'- rar f sHentiQc worivs. Many of these buokr and man baorlpt were sold a "lit 11 v c-. 1 tin Hiltlsh in.is am. where they arc t" liay know n as the Vrumh 1 cell. Hon. In IgTl the Hishop of Salisbury pro poaed for membership Isaac Newton, professor of matliematli s f the I'ni- rereit) of Cavnthridge; and precbMtl) three tee ides later Ne .ton becatOi president and continued to hold the ..flic, until his death .1 Qaailei o! a tentUf) later. The lata Huron Joseph Lister was another preeldent, The oo- ciet.v receive.! fron. th Lritish govern ment an annual grant f 000. Its considerable trust funds are expend d for ihe public Weal; every year many ihoiisan.la of dollars are decided to the promotion of scientific research, es pecially in defraying the cost of ex perimental work b) icientietfl who per sonally lack tho means. Mor.-nvfr. through its long and most honorable existence it has aver been til' princi pal adviser of the tate and of the v row n in all matt' i of avion- . It is oihViaiiv represented on the govern Inn bodies of very kind of g v ernmcntii I and he ml public scientific ami other educational Institutions. 1 There If QfaailrpMi no end t the naatiers con cernlng which the soiict.v ef iu own A, ' !: ,' am 1 1 Jl And what wonderfully good values they are. And such an immense and PLEASING VARIETY to choose from. You really can't afford to miss at least seeing them. Spring Coats for Every Occasion A simple glorious array of th" most beautiful new ils Rtratght from the world's thhi est fashion renters. Htclrs thnt are DH'I'KHKXT styles that are shewn exclusively by us and remarkahly eood values at $12.75, $15, $17,50 $19,50, $21,75, $25 $29.50, $35 and up Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's Old Home, and Congressman Jefferson M. Levy, Present Owner. afagfl Senator Martine of New Jerec has introduced a joint reeolntion authorizing the appointment of a joint congree ional committee to Inquire Info the fenslblllty of tbe purchase of Monticello. Thomss Jefferson's home, by tbe Unit ed States. The resolution was referred to the cotnmitteo on library, itepresentatire Jefferson M. Levy of New York la tbe present owner of Month-olio initiative counsels the state. it has the cm-tody of the standard copies of the imperial Standard .-id and pound: it Controls ihe rational phytic;! bahoratory, an bmt'UttJon aa tabllslnd by the government on the recommendation of the society: it au perfntenda the ..ik of th.- Kaw and the Oreenw jch obser'. at'-rles: on Its initiative, and by its-, advice tin gov ernment Inaugurated ihe apodetfc) s'.ir- vey in 17:11. Other enterprieea which have hid the societ.v's aid are the ex- pedttion of Capt Cook to ufbaaryt the ti ir.sit Of Venus, and the n.it com mand' r's eireumr.avigat ion of the globe: the various arctic exnodltloitS under Ross, Parry. Pranklin .".ml Naree; the Challenge expedition; Bra 1 n temat lonai eongress -n the iues tioii of a prime -m ridlan, cud of Bg nternnti. nal si is?nolgl'al .1 Hon sysle.11; tidal obsci vations. pro taction 0 buildings from lighiuu.g. li-opKal liseies: c lor-blirdin -s ; an I ate THE FASHION! , .-.--atM-at 302 Fifth Street If Perfect Fittings and Real Exclusiveness Count If you really want something that is DIFFERENT and BETTER X If you want a Style a little ahead of anything that's being shown today If you want more Quality, Better Tailoring and REAL DISTINCTION At Positively No Greater Cost to You Then you'll want to choose from these delightful new Tailored Suits for Spring at $1 5, $1 SKIRTS With New High Waistlines The nretthVal ami meet beautl fulh tailored ROW ino'b-ls of tbe iar; a Wealth or the hnndsoii. est ihdterlakl t" Ohooee from, ab solutely perfect lit linns .111 I 1 ptlon .1 v alue at $5.95, $7.50 & $10.00 DRESSES A Very Special Selling Th i d'e loveliest new Fllk and presses. e' lall.' i i d st $12.75, $16.50 $23.95 miieh else Impossible of enumeration. Journal of the American Medioai aaao tlatlon. TOO LATE. Prederlck law. New York's indom ltatole oung steeplejack, .v is talking t. a reporter about the naCOOBltg e. afety appliances in ste-nlejack work. "We remember this necessity," he -..id. 'ina we remember it while fall in. "You sec. we are rather iike the Old geiitb-man. Tins old gentleman was ver.v absent -mlml d. He met a ladv J n a street car one day, and shook I In r hand and said: " How's the dar husband. '' " Hoo-hoo, he's dead." said th- ladv bursting into tears. Kon't ,u remem ber the funeral last week." '"Why, fog.' said the Old ntle man. biting Ills Hp. 'Why, v -s, .t 8, $20, $25, $30 1 Special Sale of NORFOLK SUITS A vfiy lortnniite spevial p-ir. has . : shied us .0 sevure from ne of America's nnest inskers. .1' Itl( disc. unt. an immenk it of the prettiest Norfolk gatm I :he fkjgj 1 tdtte, Whit-. Tnn nd dray S,-r.e! nnl Itemutiful e niixtures. They're here n-w Actual t.!S S19.50-S25.00 "'How d yon do?' he aald. 'And how is vo ir d ir husbam; this fine, breefng weather" Still (1. al said tbe lady : and the old rentier. 1. 111 blurhed. " I'll make a mt. of that." he mut tered to himself s he hurried away; and a ahort time :"f:erward. when he met tho lady or 1 a more, the thought instantly shot into his mind. "Hus band. Trouble 11 t husband.' ro ho adapted ;i very sympathetic) air and said, pressing her hand: ' Why, how d yea .!" And your poor, dear husband, he" " h, he's fine.' interrupted the lady. 'Were just got back hram our honeymoon.' " Owe of the best moth preventives is cleanliness, and for the purpose of e.tting all the dust out of a suit .f clothes before puttlii-: ;t away an elec tric beater ha been devised f eir.e. suitable for domesti us