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Hancock Department HANCOCK WINS GAME FROM TAMARACK TEAM LOCALS DEFEAT VISITORS SCORE OF 9 TO 4 AT DRIVING PARK. BY 1 1 a in ock Tamarack 4. This whI tilt- score yesterday ill leinoun'S name hetwecn Hancock am! Taniarucli ai the driving park baseball ground. Then? WM n good crowd of faun on hand and hoth teams put up a ro "1 article of the national pastim . Thom as, tho new pitcher for Hancock, made l.insclf perfectly at home with his learn mates, and held til visitors down to only four hits. Tlunsrs looked had for Tamarack from tho Btnrt. the Hancocks drinking f I men In during the lirst inning, and landing more in the seventh. Tamarack rallied i hit In MM fourth, securing fhec run in that inning, but the locals were too strong lor them, the Haneoe!; batters llnding Kobe for s n safe hum, in chn'ing threc-sackct s by Mil' m and Peterson Thomas walked one mar) and two free passes were dlstilbuted Kobe, the latter hitting tvo hats t.is with pitched balls, and Striking out "ight, Thomas fanning f utf Thomas in also credited with oiv wtld pitch. gCON hy Innings: R H K Hanooek iooiiiio:s - 9 7 4 Tamarack ... .douodoou i t 3 YOUNG MINER KILLED IN ACCIDENT AT FRANKLIN GRAYS ARE CANCELLED. Games With Crack Chicago Semi Professionals Called Off. Manager ('. K RoKcl's of the ll.in coch haHehall association this morn ing wired to the Chicago rayj h can cellation of the engagement to have the team come to the copper country tins week for a series of matches with the Hancock and other copper coun try teams. It was planned to have tho Ciay-', one of the strongest semi-pro-miihI baseball teams of the middle v.st. play the Hancocks on Thursday, Jul t. and on the four succeeding Jgyi uitli other teams of the county. OwtAf. however. to the unusually large iiiimher of other attraction booked tor the copper country during this and. the ensuing week. Including street carnivals, fourth of July eele brattOOti Wrestling matches and cir cuses, it was thought that perhaps tho pleasure patronizing portion of tfcN populagCS would be overtaxed, and I hat tinder the circumstances the en gagement of tin Okays could not ie made I sueeoss from I financial point .,r view. The club did not feel dis posed to stake the amount asked as u auaiantee, and Consequently It wus derided to call the same off. CUTLER COMES TUESDAY. Will A-rive for Rig Fourth of July Match With Jarvinen. Charles ("Kin") Cothr, who is. to wiesllo Man Jarvinen at the dtiviOK park on the ovetting of Jul Fourth. is due to reacli (sitae osg (Paaadoy morninu'. and will put in tho inter vening time training for the tonteat AH indications point to this being one or the nest vvroMtinu matches ever staged in Hancock, both men being at the top in their profession and the management hopes that it will result in e ringing about revival of Internet in the wrestling game in i opp.rdoin. Iar in n IS much sum rior to LsbtO, w hom he deposed as Finnish chain -toon, heme faster and stronger and he is exneoted to prove an antagonist WOfthy of the best efforts of any of the other big aWta among the mat artistsof America, fee tint: fin!shd his outdoor i raining and is now tiidshltw hi work in the Kaaaaakotl symnaslnss DENIES REPORTED DEAL. John Rtaott pic it ' i it- of tin gPO . ery stor; in the O'Neill block. (Hi phatiall coiilradiels a statement that he an. j Ira Priest were to be aeeefcgStOd in conducting the business " report to that eTeet eahaPtttllgj from Mr. Priest, being published in The News Saturday. Mr. Stack is enjoying a prosperous and growing business-, and i iye that he has no hasntsl Inteadlon of diking anyone Info partm ships with him. THE BESI PROOF Calumet Citizens Cannot Doubt It. 1 loans Kidney Pills were used they cured. The story was told to OhlkeOt resi dents. Tbae has strengthened the evidence. Has proven the cure permanent rue tesi.- c t- from this locality. The proof convincing. Mrs (ieorge Quirk, 242 W. Alteon St , Houghton, M h h says; "I think Denn'l Kidney Pills splendid and rec "iiinirnd them highly. When I had barknehee and weak kidneys, T used Bonn's Kidney Pills and they gave me immediate relief. For a long time toenevcr I have felt In need or a kld r.ey totiir I have uaed Dean's Kidney Pills and alnavs with good results." The a In i p. statement was Riven An ggpl 24. 1910. and when Mre. Quirk " Interviewed on November 3. 1911, he confirmed her former testimonial ying: "I have had no occasion to 'ue a kidney remedy since giving my former statement. The relief Doans Kidney pin, gave has hr.n per ma ggM JTr aale hy all dealer. Price 50 Foster Mllhm n 'a . BttffalO, Now York, sola agents for the Fnited KtMcs. Kemember the asune-iJoen- end t tvo other. VIBRATION OF ROPE ON ASCEND ING SKIP IS THE CAUSE OF DEATH. units .Nnio, ;iKed about twenty years, a miner, met almost Instant death this morning at the rYanklln mine, when his head was crushed be tw.cn the ascending skip and the plat at the thirty-first level. The aid- dent occurred in the No. I shaft at a ariy hour and wus attributed to the vibration of the rope. As the skip reached the thirty-first level, the vibration caused It to rise end fall a distance of about one foot each way. 8alo. who was riding ai the top of the skii was thrown for ward and his head was caught as above described causing almost In stant death Although the skip has a capacity for thirty-five men and was carrying only twenty-seven, it Is claimed t lift 9ftt4 too many riding on tho top part and only a few on the bottom part. Coroner William Fisher of I'alumet impanneled the following Jury and held in inquest this morning: Will lam I. Symons, John K. Kangas, the latter a cousin of the victim, William J ffery, Arvld Kjolund, Matt loodBOOfl and Charles Warrlla. The Jury re turned a verdict of accidental death it. M 'idanee with the above. The deceased Is well known in Han i Oil and at the Itoston and Albany location where he has been employ, d by the Franklin for about two years. TOWNSHIP BOARD MEETS. Portage Township Officials Will Con vene in Regular Session. A regular meeting of the Pgftgga tcwnshlp hoard will be held today, to transact routine business. It is not expected that anything will be done today regarding the issuing of the bonds for the construction of the new Otter Lake road, the surveys not be ing completed. Knglnecr Feslng is working on the Job and will latin in a few days. The township rents the use of a small wooden bridge in the ntter Lake district, and the owner came to Houghton to bring up the i tatter of damage which he claims the bridge sustains from heavy tea n traffic and will lay his troubles befor the hoard. Township Clark Little reports a to tal of five births in the township dur ing June, and two deaths, the la t to i hi.th being those of young Infants lc:-ss than three days old. SCRAP AT SOUTH RANGE. Man Reported to Have Received Frac tured Skull in Fracaa. Cus Strand of Superior, was arrest PvS Saturday nlKht charged with as sault, having been engaged In a fight at South Range with a companion. William Hallasarl, in which he la at leged to have hit the other on the head with a lock or some other heavy mis sile. Hallassarl is said to he it. a serious condition, sustaining a frac ture of the skulL The fight took place about midnight at South Range. CONTRACTS NOT LET. The Litis for the additional rooms to the Triiiioiintain and South K.nm schools, for which plans have been made by Maas Brothers, architects, of HOUghtOn. were not opened Friday, the advertised date, bill it Ifl expected th A lams township school board will get together this week and let the contra it WITHDRAWS FROM RACE. Ir. Peter fjtclnbacn. one Of the six who have announced themsdlveo as candidates for gbhOOl trustee. Ins withdrawn (fgM the .oe, glvtagj Bg bis reason that there tire several other kmiiiI m n as candidates, who he .hlnks would make excellent members oT the lioard of education Btt4 he llielefole haa decided to draw out. ARRANGING FOR CARNIVAL. f i I I a I v i . pre.si lit ins; the i Ireal 1 Maaanpi anew, li hi the frUy hjoking after the arramrements for the OontHlf of the carnival company to RgMOOOh next week, beginning one week from today. July S. Posters prrxlaimins the advent oT the aggregation are lib el ally scattered over tho town and tho Hroater Hancock committee ! untici- l.atlng a big week. CLASS IS CONFIRMED. A class of fifteen was confirmed Bond J morning at the Oerrnan Lu theran church hy the pastor. Rev. G. Traub. The young people confirmed constituted the Fjinllsh class the iJermiiTi class ha ung been confirtne.l the w -ek prevhiualy. j44.4.!iiiiiiiimiriiin HANCOCK BREVITIES 4 H ! M 1 t 1 1 4 H Miss Annie pascoe of Tamarack 1h visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'hafles Trealie. lleylnnlng tiday Chief of Police niodgett. with the moral nipport of the city official, will begin a rnsade against the anlne ponukttlnn. and In order m he allowed to live and rim at largo eah dog muat bear a lleena tag. benefit po.'forinniico will he given thla evening nt the Havoy theater, also tomorrow and Wednesday nights, for the members of the Rt. Patrick's ho look p H ' hi n minstrel in-i at tho theater. A dramatic playlet entitled, "When Creek Meta Oreck." v ill be presented, in addition to five reels yt pictures. The funeral of the late Blanche Harkcll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hiirkell. ggg held this gMfggfll from 8t. Patrick's church. Interment lakinx place ut Forest Hill cemetery. The inquest Into the circumstances of the death of Mrs. Jennie Hcntunen which was aujourned from last Mon day afternoon, win he concluded this afternoon in the office ft Justice Elch- kern. The fourth QNaftgft conference of I be Hancock Methodist church, tho date for whieh was assigned by th district superintendent was last Satur day evening, has been postponed unfit a later date. On account of next Thursday being the Fourth of July, the regular mid week meeting of the Congregational church will be hold on WVdnesday ev ning. The meeting of the Mary and Mar tha society this week will be held on Tuesday evening at the home of Mlsa Almlna Richards. 6'.'0 Iake avenue The Portage I.ai.e filer duh will sing several selections next Sunday evening at the Hancock Congregation al church. Walter Daley and Miss Ittle Col lins, both of falumet. were married on Saturday evening by Justice of tho Peace M. L. Funkey at his office on guincy street. Children's Day servlcts were held yesterday at the ll.inonk Methodist chuTCaV U v. James Pascoe, district superintendent, addressing the chil dren at the morning service. In the evening an extended program oi sot. as ind recitations was given by l!i Sun day scnool pupils. Miss Maud .Menzle. formerly of Hanooek. was married last week at Chicago. to Dr. Thomas Harr's Hroushton of Laurence, Kansas. They will make tbeir home at I.awiencc, where Dr. Prouehtor is proreswor of pathology at the University of Kan- sa. TORCH LAKE i DIAMOND STUDDED SHOES. Would Not Have Attracted Attention in Ancient Rome. The boots of Roman emperors gUffi enrich il with pearls and diamonds, md the wealthier Romans sported the like decorations. There were Roman women who ornamented their low shoes with pearls and embroideries, gold ind amber. There were inan whose boot solea were of massive gold. Pliny, speaking of his own time, says: 'Our ladies are noi con mm. i" tdorn their walking shoes alone with precious stones and Jewels, but even the slippers galea they wear in their mate apartments are decorateir precious stones do not suffice; they must, to go in fashion, tread on pearla. and crown their feet with or- LMOnta like kings." Julius Laesar wore high hoots worsen in goiu am. .rnamented with jiearls. Heliogabalus, who never wore u pair ,f hoots more than once, as he never wore the same ring twice, had prec ious stones set in them, ami even rinioos, which excited the laughter of . . i -i the populace, because no one couiu . .. ... 1 -1, nf see distinctly me cuiiiiiuk famous artists. "Rut his mother, who tesid-d over a senate of women. Pr mAm women to wear shoes adorned with precious stones, as she pre erfh- d tlv dresses that shoulu he worn. vet she was a woman of wil.ily tree it to comparison with whom the napraai Moaaaltaa was a timid prude. All ubiades invented a hoot thai was named after him and became a gre.u favorite, but we are not told n0UMH it were luxuriously roppisn. noots w.re named after Blaoohaf and Wellington, and there have been Am ericans who i.elleved that congress men wore congress gaiters and pre ferred i-ongrcss water as a tippio What were the Sleyonian snoes mm r ...insed to wear, thinking tnem , Kautiaats, although he admlttod thay ....... comfortable? Angin-rax..... princes and dignitaries of the church A 1 IJ. 1 'it I I wore shoes set ofT Willi K ' lemagne on state occasions donned ....o o.lnrned with SOIUS: the shoes of Henry VI ol Wefly "d his (gagg coantdnee were M tdath or gold and baJoWOtad, while the s.des of com vere overed with clot,! or goiu. Philip Stubbes in 16SI inveighed .fftjgff th- corked shoes, puisnets. pantoffles and slippers, some of them , I aiaah v. uet. some of white, gome of areen. and some of yNlow: some of Spanish leather ami sonic o, w Itotl Stltcfied wUh silk and embroid ered with gold and Silver all over the foot with gewgaws innumerable. -Philip Hale In Rostoti Herald. WIDOW LOST NO TIME. Attorneys In prvibate . oiirtt do not. n -nle. try to delay proceeding- much. The moment that Jttdg. K '- entera the door hr Is stirrmindel lawyers who wish "Just g ir.imite' 0 hie time, and he walks througn a crowd of thrm to the lietirh Reports are filed and wills are probated and at torneys' fees are fixed In rgeofti time hv the lodge More speed than usual woa ud recently in the probation of a will. A colored attorney walked ranldly Into the courtroom, followed by a large CQOTtd woman. Rne had her sleeve lolled up to the elbows and apiiear.d to have come from the washtnb. Her manner was businesslike "Ah wsnts to prahevtc muh hua hand s will." she sold. Judge Rose went through th umiat procedure. Iff read the will and asked the ustwt qtiestion. Then he began making the usual notations. "And when did he di" the Jndgo .sk. d "Jes' abgefi n half hour ago," was th- anvwer. Indianspolis News. The essleat money man anfglfed comes from the Incretslr.R value of his home. Therefore, the most import ant work h does is helping live com munity to ftow. , CALUMET GRAYS LARGE CROWD SEES GAME IN WHICH LOCALS LOSE SEV EN TO FIVE. A large, crowd of fans sow the 'a I ti met Grays defeat the Huhbells on the latter'a diamond yesterdav afternoon In a Copper Country leagu- game, the score being 7 to :,. Fp to n,,. .tuu uimiig ine game uttnti r, anil f,jr i a 1'inet. The visitors added two mor runs, and Hubbell replied with l Smith cracking out a home run, with one man on base. Eaton pitched great hall allowln but four scattered hits, and thre of them were secured by Smith, whose batting was u feature of the game. Flessner of nuhbell, gag touched for 11 hits, but he fanned sixteen. Baton mado rcven pound the air. Parrrn n tler, who played at third for Calumet yesterday. Melded his position splen didly, nnd In addition drove out a two bagger and a single. Score hy innings: R 11 i: Calumet 1 90 1 Sd0g 7 11 4 Hubbell 1 0 0 0 (I 0 2 I 4 T, Earned runs- f'alnne i Huhhell g Two-base hits Andrew s, Pa i inent i. i , Peterson. Three-base hit- Baton. Home run Smith. First on halls Off Olesener 1. Struck out By Ba ton 7; by Glesener. 16. Double play Rusk to Andrews to Flmodlg. Wild pitch Glessner 3. JABfZ BURP'N.SR. DEAD AFTfl NGERING ILLNESS HIGHLY RESP. TED PIONEER OF COPPER COUNTRY VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA. During the past few months a large number of the old settlers of the Dap per country have passed to the great beyond. The latest to cross the divide is Jabez Hurgan. Sr.. who died at the Lake Superior General hospital about 1 o'clock Runday morning. It was only Saturday morning that the aged mas was transferred from his room in the Prince block to the hospital and when the news of the death became known yesterday morning his friends were much surprised. Mr. Hurgan was a native of Eng land, being born t St. Austell, May 30. 1839. When a young man twenty years of age. he decided to come to this country, this being in 18.r!. land ing at New York he went to Detroit and at that city took boat for On tonagon. He remained there two or three years, where he worked both as a miner and prospector. Then he went to Pottsville, Pa., being In that state at the time of the war. He spent three vears in the east when he came again to the coiper country, going to the Porcupine mountains in Onto nagon county where he worked for three years for the Union Mining ompany. Leaving Ontonagon county he went to Keweenaw county for two or three vears. He also spenl about four years In Illinois where be owned a farm and coal mine, batgM)ld out preferring the climate of Like Superior. The greater part of the time since then has been spent in Houghton county, an.i ms labors were for the Calumet Heeia Mining company, being employed al tho local mills where he followed the trade r blacksmith. lames ntirean was a prominent Odd Fellow, being a niemner oi i aimnei lorige. He has been a member of Ibis .rganiz.it ion for forty-three years. The I. O. O. F will have charge oi in" funeral, which will he held tomorrow efternoon at J o clock vv mi ei he home of his daughter. Mr .I nn. Jewell at Tamarack Mills. The re mains will be taken to Forest Hill cmctety for interment. Bev. f. 11 Mallinson. pastor or me tnnn i hurch. will officiate. Th deceased Is survived hv three hildren as follows. Jabez. Jr.. and John of Like Linden and Mrs. James fewell of Tamarack Mills. The re mains were taken to the Jewell resi dence from the Pearce morgue WMN they were prepared for burial. THE CANNY SCOT. A Scotch lads leg was Injur, d it factory and wss treated tor (MMM time by the doctor without nnwh ta vnrable result. His mother had great faith In a local hone-setter, and wanted her son to iro t him; but the bo o jeeted, preferring, as he said, the "reg ular faculty." Flaggy however. he yielded to his mother's persuasion and was tnken to the town where the fa mous boncM'tter resided. The lea w,i duly examined, and it was found m essary to pull H very severely, 'n or der "to get the none In." as the iua k expressed It. The patient hOSVfed IM agony, but at 1 i t ine t o,, w In," and he was hidden t go home In a few days he would be ail right. and could resui i" work. 'Didn't he do It well?' said the Joyous old ladv i Ihey started homeward. "Yes. he did mother," sild he lad- "he puded it well; but I nai ns sic a fool as to gu him the salr lot The Argonaut. Or What Have Your Here yon a pig or hons that rnn i like to etrhsmts for subscription to thi- (Hi nor ' if eo. hrlng thm in - Murfreeeboro (Ark.) Meneenger. It pays to advertise. CLEAN-UP SALE Ladies and Misses Coats Suits and Millinery it cc $9.13 11.25 15.00 $12.50 Suits and Coats, now 15.00 20.00 Dresses, Waists and Gowns Silk Dresses 1 2.50 to 17.50 now $10.00 Muslin Waists 1.25 to 2.00 now 1.00 Muslin Gowns 1.25 to 1.75 now 1.00 Girls Wash Dresses 1 .25 to 2.00 now 1.00 Millinery In Millinery We Offer a Lot of New Shapes, worth 2.00 to 5.00 to go at $1.00 each Pattern hats half price-Street hats 3.75 to 7.50 now J.Vivian,Jr.&Co. Laurium - Mich. SUPERIOR IS MAKING GREAT RECORD AND WILL SHOW A LARGE NET PROFIT FOR CURRENT YEAR Continued From Iia;e Two. whs $350. Assuming that 1" this i ri . vonl 1 il tho increase in tho value of its 'initios, this uoiiM k'"' a iiiR price of $4K5 for Calumet Hida st k nn4 WOOM allow less than JT.O a ihore for an anvanct! of li c.nta a iiound in the soiling priOe Of COgper. I n a. protfai i i"n "f about 75.0iia.""" pounds per annum. Mils wotil.l to- in till mcrr.is.' in earnniKS oi .n jut sun.. in.u who any continued str.tictli in tin HsQtll in.iiU.i. it i- obriool thai there is no issue In tin- Luke Superior .iiMrlcl ahleh is selling at so comiwratlvi ly a low prno M CaiggMC & Beela. DAVIS DALY It is appai.til tluit Inis I .!;. i. gradually rounduu; out to a point where much m re favorable results ran l. pi end of It than have been iiot.- in operations . hiring the past few years. We l.. li. v. that those erho hure confidence In the future of the Bvtte oaJKg iroulg do ereU to watch this issue. Davis Paly has IMM sliar.s out standing and has approximately 1 7.".,"fin in . ash in its treasury. At the present sellinp price of the Btoeh 'In 400 acres of land situated in the hear! ot tin- EfOtte I have a valuation of about $1..00,(K)0. a very leg OttOS t -nUM on nronertv in that district, The present D Daly directorate is gevglgatgg the inpcrty ggggj COgggf" athe line?. WINONA It Boats Ungues the present time a tritle ! s- than fifteen cents for ea li pound of copper it Is prod i. B While this hiuh eost art- olit iu, th. inana. tn. til : to materially Ndttcc it in the mar futoro. , reooVai of close to II pounds of refined copper per (6a of rgi R stamped Is b"lng ohtalnocl, but the loss in taillrfgs is excessive and more than any other single item cOntitVstea to the present hlh i" odm ttoti . o,-ts Mo.litii ati. n-. n the stampmlll are In e now conshlet.-.l whh h it U hop, .1 will make a hetter .faction pes-ihl. WlftOns Is re. v shlppittg about fiM tons "f rock dallv an. I will n rspidly as Rood iiioh .' und nun . ,n tv. ohiain..!. L. 8. s A. We are Informed that circular h it. r to shsreholdera of linke Knpotior Atlxns Will be Issued n. vt sreak, n l they will he asked t" thew afeperls win t Mpcratlons. An SgtS Interests subject t.K . to ..rk will he at on Molt shuft will lie un geSJ gt expended pel n is accepted. According to the terms of the option, tho Qhgjfeg nfe upon several plans wl. more he the .s . no . t n i con uiv. n t" the Oum-ado itn hrmation h shareholdets where. 'up. i at the prop, rty. 'I i 'toreg. an.i rront Win to $.vwn nth sccordlng t whichever option h.-im inter, s ts havo two years in which to develop ito- Lake Paper let & Arizona property, and at the explra ttoa ot that scrtoel If they take over the mlno will pay int., the l.aK Superior & Arizona treasury $1,000,000. A ' will be given if the option is exercised at 1 1 end ef .1 year. Another plan .alls for the payment of flOO.000 in cash and two. tifths of the total issue of stock of a new com pany t.. h. formed to opciate the mine. Ts re may he some slight modifications of these terms gt n suhnntfed te shareholders. On tho whole, the prop OStttoe appeals as a very satisfactory one and gives pi.ih.iM- value to Lake SupeiUii &. Aiuoua stuck of very to $li per share, MINING NOTES I l Royals will soon atari rock shipments to the Cen Isgnt 1 Illegal mill in addition ha working its own plant to lapaclty. Tonopah and (ohitbld yesterday sold ex-divktend. Both i will llk.ty make uii the" dividends within the ti,-t two or three weeks. Quiet l.uyinu of American Saginaw advanced 1 1 5 ? issue to $7 r,n per share. Warren was also wanted up to $5 hut no stock enme out on the market Ml itni CUnttaUOS treating at the rale of s.ftoo tons of ore dailv. June will erjual th very satisfactory output of M , which wa exceptionally large. It is .asy to And news to account for an advance in hot on declines news to account for down ward movements is eaaggeenonai by Us absence. n in 1 1 is- In the monthly dividend Is expected tiefor. tht oloee of the prgtgai year i ffeeasstake sharehoidwa 'I he i equipment entirely peW for w ill mu- I. r i . 1 1 1 in n ise profits. Ham k No. 5 snaft ye '. i i was bottomed In trap at 0V dh of ::.70n fe. t. Th. re Is a difference of opinion . : to the Pewabli lode but it imw looka as iloo ;l, it ha i)..t yet hr n reached. i id. the fa. t that twice durinc the past week London metal notations broke shsrpty with a suhstsntlsl rtscov ,ry following the first break, domestic copper Is not tstnahlc under 17 4 cents per jio-oot. v. keen da direitors Tuesday announced the quarterly tul o hfly cents per share panb July l.i to share holders of record July 7. It ttvulii injesihle thf a nd would be increased this quarter, but there i t '.-ok ,..t a di-tribotioa three months I of at lent 7." irnts per share. ' li , .... h.n. I , . s .lull hole and wt.l ... under soon At Old Colony devel opment dniitii; the pat w ek have he ii entirely astlsfs tory. Preetdenl Fhy l now in the lake goperlor dtstrt. t nd I rer ( ld Colonv with the idea of laving plan for a shaft to he sunk this year.