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THURSDAY. AUGUST 15. 1912.
THE CALUMET NEWS ' PAGE TWO I Houghton Department - TESTIMONY IS ADMITTED Defense is Permitted to Show Feeling of Kendnckson ittoriH V A. Lurritt. Mttni I th. del II-' i. Hi'- K! If! m nd.T iri.n. viii today p rmltted to address the jury (long the Urns outlined yOOtor day In his argument explaining hit z-urpose to grorj the bearing of Bm drlckaon'a unduct on the affair of February is. Judge OHrlen, on the i . rim;,' of circuit curt today, stated tl,,,t he had reconsidered hu decision against the idraiestbUlty of such tes T mm i: ,nd OftST bi f objection oil n . ; m ..r the pNMwuiw Mr. r-'ir- rilt proceeded with his address to the jury. Taking OP hi refer OM made reln tlv. to th all ill it it relations .r IMadrteaaoa aag Km saCendestts wife from 'he point at which he had been iniei rgpted pOStcrdav ni.rr.insr. he t,i vi.., ififlt th first knowl edge had by tlx i gfg nlent of any thing wrong N't ween his wife and Hendrh-kson was on flood when ! found Tlondriekson hiding hi an titty arid a low minute later paw his gffe coming from the name direc tion towards the Khler h -me on P.all ;.:.d av-nue. Mr Ehler. said the at torney, had all his life been a law rbldlng itlzeii. than whom th is n bett. r in ll.miork or in Houghton county. After that ktOM meeting llendri kson had ne er met the de ft riciiint witjiout a sneer or an offens ive remark, although previously they had been on the bent of terms. Indi cating that the deceased re:,li.e,l that Khler suspected hiin. and this, accord ing 1o the defense, enaendo r oi I irg of hatred for F.hler In the hggti ..f nsiiflrlokaon In Aagaat, ism. the two came to blows In the DriltlerV all .n. r fti r llen lri. Kon had taunted and rneered at Khler. The latter had rej lb J :md v c- att.'o ke,i i, Mendrb kson. nhn bent Whirl f badly that a phvi i . . ri 1 .1 to be fd. Shortly nftflrwards in dlKrusHtna the affair with a Han- oek resident, Readrtckaoa, It will be Shown by witnesses, aaid the defSMU was Cautionsd thut he Ollght to stop tryine to break up a man's family and that if Khler sSaTUed ..f it th. rs ralht tie trouble. To this Hettoti ckaoo is aid tO have replied with an offensive nrnark, at the name time showing n pistol. This eonvi EM I ion. it v...t stat ed, had been MgOZtad to Khler. who then took from a deeV. where It had lotfl !0r R year a ptotet In order to hi i.' I in M of an atf;; I: by Hen drtcgaon. Mr. Murntt staked that II SfOOttl later pis rev. dyer was misslne and later 00 ftndtgg It and trying t. h..t it nil it ami dis. over ad that the flrinsj t in h id been filed out. While the .niti wax at I BsWJ smith'S betag repaired the d-fondant encountered Hendriokaesi in a street ar. The hit!, r had tannic. I him as upsusl and i-. reported to have said: U. " mf'J r.r. rldtsu time tlr pressure redoced to see level. !.. t rg rcontlnnon. llnss) pass through pata bp int of equal umperatari draws oohr for sera. fMMMM fsrVgoBMs. W ' ) (m) reoertaii lag Armwsty witbtMntod. PlrgggotaibsaaMeeoMMI a. oi .I n, i, .,r mors tm i it boars; ibMd, mmHommi adad ootoeltr P - - w - ' tSUr ot I 2 IVeoB 8 1 1 ..iAl Li Msnun; Alpena Jiuffaio t'hleago .... Dabeth i i imi ... BffOOT Ha v . . Rogfkdgg m irgeg Im M llwaukee New OffgMM Hon I ork . . Pgfi ritinr. far. Fran. Rt. Haul V t.,. . ' , "llM'H . . . Lo ui ortti i. jthtr Kureau, ..ii'rt- a I N i.u have a sun. i..- i: roO aid." Detective to Go on Stand. The defense will produce a lK-trolt dstOTtlTS Mr..i by Khler to wateh his lfe. He will tMilfV regarding fol lowing llendri. ksoii and Ms ruPOgjl ent's wife to varioos rerd.-rv ..us. and other WitlleS4t Ail be .:.)'' to tell of Hendr!ekon having fir. d at them to frighten them away when they oaiij. t.p. ri the ileet-ased aiul ilrs. Kh ler Testlmon also .1 be prdn. ed to show that Hendrlokson had made threats against Khler. had tried to taunt the latter into making an at tack en him that he might have an npportofllty of killing him and ciaim in that the act was done in self-de-fense. and that as a resuir of the al iened relations of fsM eased and wife Of Khler I hill for divorce had been ; BM in ehvult egOTl but mas with drawn at the solicitation of FJhler'--! mother and daughter--. The defense Mil further how that it was the repe tition of The taunts of Hendt i. kMn ! the night of February l that led to the shooting. Testify to Ehler's Character. ." . ..n.-liifion of Attorney Rnrrilt's oddreoa a nomtm af domMmm eht Hon " k were callei to tie stand to testify 10 the good i hai i. ' 1 and I lbjeilstlll of Khler. Tin-- bjclttd ed W. H. -M.ts.in. W. II Roberts. M. Puofci Bf V PVaaV .1 mas Dr K. T. Ahri'mc J.eih S. hulte. Ieirce t Bgfjllnr. and WftttOM It d. Af'.e, : a. in rrar.k Walstrom Testified that in M he had set n lletidrh ksin and a w m ui t .get hog near the Quinsy a nnmber gf titties. He did not know the wom an's nano. I, at Mid it wai always the Kume woman. Mrs. Michaelson. ..." I'r.' -' i street. Ilaneoek. followed 0M on the stand. She .stated that she km w If f mil jgug and that in I'll saw him and a woman whom M as MM OflM Mis. Khler at ditf'-r nt times in Antli..n s -jrove in wei; Man. t, k. IleasSl ieboav she QtoMfl, ot several of these occasions asktu hei v ii.it h- way hanging around for Mid culled her ahuaive names. .lllllK.- ' I ; I i II ) I Qf rdOlJ .ifteTloo,. decide I that the line of toottmnii S.-iUjllt t;. be lntf ..111' ed ,y Att iniey W. A. Ilurrltt for the derem o. n Indl ated b) the o oniric words of his ad-dti-.ss o the Jury, was bMdMtOOfbJo for the purpose of proving- self do fMN I shOWlni a motne for Hen- i ha . In determined to tak Khler's life. It rriii;ht be off "led. how - er. to mitigate the decree Of tho Of- f. oooond oiak. it oisoobmghttT looMod o minder. Mr. K.iiritt was theO 'ti f.rmed that the inty wo'ild bo r.'- alled and he mifcht contirue his MV dres, hut should eliminate the refer iwoaa to iii totters Mbtefi the .-..urt ruled against. The eoutts gtopogltlM or the mat ter left Mr. BurHtl urirepared tO fgO d. tearinn away as it dIU the fonu- latb ns of his entire nnvumont atid of his d foMM .i Bbler. HO said hi dill not know whether or not. under t he i ir umstuni es. he eared I., niike an opening adoress. i.nd VIM- .-i. i th.t the court hid tots srkbl line of prguMtnl he mtgM be oorMtttod to use. The jury wa-- tltOO sesMOOgOVOd in tisotr roooi Mason adJoaroMeot tak- ti uniii 9:i.". this Morntng, The argument relative t.. the odmlfl- S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER 'BURliAU. WILLIS U. MOORE. Chief. I If otigbtoft, Mich., Aug. l". llr.'. I m M Tdl 7 F. M. Friday: Iffsper Mb htgnn Fhli t..n:ht and l.l PWdnj Slow'v rising tin J peru tare, It k Super lor : Hoderats variable winds In oin.n- , nt Friday. Weathn Conditions. 'rVlth 1 Iptli n of the remains of Itgttl tot M ma which was bn. t ed in the st. La react Votte) feoter dav and Is now repartad over the ex tfwapi ffortlieasi the borogAaMf1 M bigg over all aeetlons easl of tfH Kocfeg Moniii mis ti. m morning, wiib the eroat t the va . ti., ..stem I al.es FU gion, the t pp. , Missisatppl and B I Kiver Volleys. A slight shower .. cuffed at Hit en Hay last n'gh and lo al rnlns at some polrrta In the MMtb ggffgg the past '( hours fleiMBgl Mill hs'e oi eiirri d in 'fan. oiorado and the South . t i ml ale xt tiding east ward it't Kansas and . i i . u. th. i ore caused by a large field ol I ffff pres- DULUTH MAY GET MEETING American Mining Congress May Convene There in 1913 Djluth is t.. If made the .enter of the proposed MinneaoM chapter of the ftltrlTOQ U Of ..ngrea. the larg ol organ nations ..f its kind in the w..i.d. Robert W. Thorapaos), ooslstant secrr ., o the ort anlxation. is in Dulutb lor several weeks interviewing Hie nromineoi m - men of the cit orltb ragord to th rgogMgitno tst the Min oaot ta ehapt :. If Bftf mining men In Iuluth. the nd the ""win i t os vw join m rhortef fggoihsig of the HmusMM rbOBtaf ami f im an orgMMBttoO at once, Dolttth win m all protmhflkSf land :h. isn convention of the toneres. T ' s was ; irn-d 1 M : Thompson, reeotred word that the pMtoni it atioi.s are all anxious to me,: :n tba W'.si. and that the ggjbfMt is .. i.. t.ik. i i at the annual .'ntion- ti..n thi" yeerr to he bM at IffMkMM the latter part of Novin 'ier. BhoM Dulutb vOObre the convention. o e: MO min gg Men froM all iiirts .: m . ri. a. in. ludi: k prominent eabiiiet ..lii cials, senators and oiiressmen ftOM oH pans of the United BtoiM wtH bo n ..ttepdan. . l the gtbg0llgj boM m Cbl OgO last fear PlOOidMil Taft and BoereMrjl Fiaher mode the pitneipa. . ddTi -ses. ..l totlMOH', whi. h was In tended p. sb w u fooHag 'f hatred iL-ainst Rblor on the pat f Hamsrick- Sol, .ill(J a .!. sire otl trie pai . oi inr latt-t to diaw Khar Into a conflict In Which he miuht have a ha nee to kill Khlor and ptogg self iOfstiMb ooooptod :: .he morning and afternoon s-sl- sii.ns, Mr. Rurritt linlshing ::t twen- tj niiniitis after and Mr. IfrOonosi t , lav mlaotea after i o'etock. Pogo after pige of proeogORt and argument .ml opinion... i:i arioiis murder rases rero eitad by Mr. Burrrtt in MHMori f hi line of defense, to show thai n i ..se; I.eariiiK som. what similar de tails suh testimony had been admit ted. .Mr. MaIonald replied b MOsV" in,' that the testimony hi the OggM mi nt imied wris brought out b il.c prosis-ution whose dntv it was to siim- ntOH aye WltttOOOOl and to show MO live, ai d that in tin on sent instance Mi. Itiirritt was endeaxorlng to UMirp the privileges mid duty of tfM pgoooctj tor MOd tt - llendri 4son fK- a crime and n.t Khler. WARRANTS FOR SPEEDERS. Warrants were issued yesterday for il.. ..I n st of several automobile driv ers, on complaint of lirbige Watch man Henry Hollloter, charging them with refusing to obey the regulations I. I alive 0 speed In iWossitlg the Coun ty bridge, nne of the OffMslMg hiv- eis. arrested while running the egr ot K. M. l-alwards, was arraigned be fore Justice t'liarbs Kittle this miirii un and was lined two dollars and osts. , New railw I) station in l.eipsic Jt:st omt leted. has OOOt f4ggfggg Mayor l-ltzgerald of Boston nrcs a boy cod .n in. at to rofMce orb es. oVellnH I he t-nt ire Bo -ky Moiin tains and the Canadian Nr.rthwrst with centers of disturbance In fVogt in "an ela ami ill si OthOf H ' "ol " oi.. Rain has also occurred on th ffoTth I' i .lie I 'oast. The OK a'.litl-' hU'li ., will cause a continuance of t . weather with moderate vaiiahh winds in this vicinity this afternoon at I i .night but as the western storn: ' i uppros has loudlnaag will in (ream i i ,.i . r.d the wind will shl(t to th east. BIsMjs temperature is in dicated, .' ii. r. ,'. mwtcK. irhcinl In Charge, ' leyfingd is pi aparhn to build n n. w . it y hall. Mil v mki-e now fines gfMMdlng motor. cy lists $S0 for each ffene I , ittOR . onci. I Is to meet p .ul, , to tober 1 III Salt l.ak. California dates are now ripened at tlflclally in electric ovsns. - fin M NAMARA HAS AMBITIOUS PROGRAM FOR THE FAIR WILL r.ET MAGNIFICENT FIRE WORKS DISPLAY IF PROMISED SUFFICIENT SUPPORT. John T. M' N'amara. se. -et.u v of the Copoer Country Fair, lias provided an unuaual attraction, that, if e. ured. is sure lo draw thousands to lloughlot ii. ui. i-vet) part of the county during tin progerao of the fair. It is a inag- hlfl I., tiie works displuN ' evening ! ia. r which Is Mid to he tba fines, t ver given in the stat outside the cltj f D, trt.lt. The inly drawback to the ittvaatlog at the prevent time, la its . ostlinesa. It has not yet been decided whet hat Houghtoti will secure this attraction or not. but Mayor ltdwdcn ia in favor -of It. and will er.deavor to int Test the lo cal bustn men with a view to insur ing its appearance it is a program of fifty fir. works dis plays, to be specially arranged for th fall b the Xowten and DutPeW Fire works company of Chicago. The plar propositi is to have a di.-plav ca. h even n., t the fair, t comludo with ...ir production, "Tin i lam bardun ni ol '.'..t t Arthur ' TI.. ;.i de reslstam shows tw war vessels and the walls and batti- gdes ol the city of Port Ut'iur. Beth ship- ate of mechanical ..nstt notion ind t! the Japanese flag. Amid tl.i bombardment one vessel Is itrucfft and sink-i beneath the waves, tthile the th. i si.ip at mptetag the destr i tin of l'ott Arthur. It is suid t.. be one .. th -I spectacular displays eef seen, and sln.uld he worth goli man miles to witness. Some of the ther devicei are "The 'lunpie of Flora, "he pyrotechpkal Cherry Tree." "Bpiderland." gignth portraits In line of fire. The C.olden Chain Itoa keta," "Mutt and Jeff," "The Merry Widow .-"an," The Pyro Rag Curnlvai, I he Battle in the Bktoa, Th.- Houghton Boaguet," .. id "Tie .'ii. ..t Silver Fire fb eL 1 The copper country has never seei. a really great firework displa, and on this an omit, as much as boost the Copper Country Wilr, Mayor F. J. Haw. I. ii laslieVOI that the fair BUtbatl ties should be encouraged to bring thO attraction to Houghton. Ma..i Haw den states that II. OglMOn has had no MB 'etc gttra tlog this summer that would attract many to the cOUUtg seat, ami be'-eves that the oppori.it.i'y has arisen with UM .ippt'-aching fair. He !s advoeaing the attraction as the Means t bringing thoaaands ui paoplc to HOUgb tOO because of ihe -towing intereol in agrlcuHttsw In this McttoBi end the fact that Houghton w..uhl Ix the distriimting rentoc fot tho farm in. I other products. With Mayor Rawdan persouatly in- teri st .1 In tho mutter, in thai he Is at siiiing the fair of bJa M)pP"rt, and will interview oca( b -.sineam n with a n w P. lu lp s. cure the attraction. It looks, as if Becretarj MoN.amara's scheme will meet with luccees, HOUGHTON MAN WEDS. Brucs B. Kltig Msrries Former Hibbiny Teacher at Fahbatilt. a Hlbblng ftopatcb of Aiigu-t ia sa V s . William Hose. connected with the Olivei iron Mining company 'aire, left todO) ha FalVbaUlt where h- wdl to morrow attend tin- wedding of Mlsa Dmma 'itint. a former well k:inwn fflhhlag school teacher ami BTHM B. kflUi Of HOgghtTn. Mkh.. formerly a mining engineer with the Drahc Btratton conipan) in this city. The gadding tak.s pbyei tomorrow at the home of the bride's parents In Falrbault. Mr. Hose will ba best man. The bride Is a ala.or of Mrs. W. B. Hunt and is Wefl known here. Mr. Fills also has a wide circle of friends in Hibbinc. Mr. and Mrs. Kins will make their future home ad Houghton where he has Charge of t?n inliiesi of the la ic . ear -oiiipanv. CAMP IS ESTABLISHED. Copper Country Troops Are Now at Work st Ludington. The copper country MtdTtM boya, which include Company :. Of Hough ton, and Company A, Kngineers of Calumat, arrived in camp estenlay afternoon. The remaiadaf W tho day was siieiit In establishing camp. All Of the men are reported well. Iast night tho city of I.udington gave a reeept!gn lo tho members of the Mich igan National Ouard 'amp work started in earnest to day. Co. A, Knplnoers. began the building of a pontoon bridge QPTOOI the I.udington river. the largest bridge OVer constructed by the com pany, while the (Cnglneerf have also f. .rnu d the first map-making 000 gg. The camp has been named Camp DufBeld In honor ..f Brigadier Qoaornl DufgeM. flovernor Oobgrn will visit be camp on Saturday, and Sun. lav will be known as " toy ernor's Day." it Is VOrf Rkely that Ctol. Roosevelt will visit i.iuiiniMon Bunday. . ANNUAL FLOWER FESTIVAL. Unique evhtbition Will Be Held st Painesr'alf. on Aug. 24. .-'aturdoy, Angus! it. is the date goi for the Bameadale fifth annual flower display, it will bo held in the an 11 terlttM of the Palnesdale Memorial II I iwrj and children will furnish the ex hibits of Sowers and vegnggMoa Bi Irtan are open to children under i its of age from an of the range locations The pri.e will consist, as m lornur Mars, of spring bulbs, btllpo, narcissi and hyaolntba for the rkrwer eghtbltg, and .ash prizes for the vege tables. The iibrar is t.. p.. i antlfnlly decorgtad for the occasion, and a com i. iitt-. .it v .,rk preparing a spe. ial pragrgm of music gad other features, during the progress of the exhibition. ELECTION OFFICERS NAMED. Torkh.p Bosrd Also DeiOftste Pr( miry Election Pol's. The Pertsoe township gaafi lai evening gggborlaad CBsrb l.ittk- to ad vertise for the sale of the $2.V0iK in nd toi the . -nstru. t Ion ..f the in ter Lake road Polling places for the piima-v election 00 eVgguet 0M designated as followg: free I act No. 1, HougMag iiiage baft: Breclnct Ha, -'. Hurontown ball I'recim t No. :t Am I hull cine Bra mi t No. 4 utter laike The township board als.. upolntel .lection boards for the several pre cincts as follows: First precinct Inspe. tors. M. O'Sul lian. Ueorge yuirk. Fred Stovle, Cas pai llrand; clerks, ilus T. Hattinan. Tom Smith: gatexeepers. Vlbert Hru nette. Sr.. J. l-!nglehart. Si end pie. lnct inspectors, Fral Mutter. John Smith. John Kutschled. Kugene Heahan: clerks. John Moon. Cland Volght; gatek. ep. is James Vial and John George. Third precinct Inspeotirs. Oliver Marlon. William R Orr. John T. M -N'amara. James Nancarrow ; clerk''. Ed Ruelle. Cheater Killmar: gatekeep ers Frank PummervilU . Andrag Bco bht. II fill Fourth precinct Inopt . tors. S un Tunttilli. Fred Sarvel.i. Anton Carl son. Logaard Kargy. 'Jus Johnson. AM f the .beds for the right of way for the titter Iake r...ol are now 09 file at the office of the township clerk ang. as soon as the bids t.r the bond are received a eontrai t will he let for the rnaotrunthm of the road, which la expected to be ready for use by the end of September. Wlt-L RECEIVE DONATIONS. Mrs. L. L. Hubbsrd Desires Contribu tions for Ant. Tuberculosis Society. Mrs. Lucius L. Hubbard, of Bag! Houghton, will be otoaoed to rgcolre subscription for the benefit of the Houghton County Anti-Tuberculosis ggCMty. A BtuO Star dam e was glva n reeently but baaggggj bf the a oa that tgara was poor Mtagstenne, and riM ipts came nowhere near expe ta llons. No Mile of tickets WM made through the mails this Near for the i an e it being decided to trust to the I hi b He's genemotty, Tin- weather man int. Meted and the results f, l fgr short . t OWpaCtathiti. The county's donation to the opftoef of thO society in at leasl V1.04M) short of what Is needed, and t is hoped tho general public will sub scribe towards the fund. Mrs. Hold aid will he pleased to hear from intending suos. fibers. HOUGHTON WOMAN DIES. g Mrs. Rose Wolstein Passes Away at St. Joseph Hospitsl. Mrs. Rose Wolstein. aged 66, died yeeterdOJ afternoon at the St. Joseph's hospital from a complication of dis eases. Mrs Wolstein had been vis.il -ing at the home of her son, F. H Wolstein. .d College uwnue, having come frags, Vlcksburg. Miss., to the . oppM . aantry ha tho hopes i Iragrot ing her health. Itesidex her son there also survives a daughter who lives ill Vieksburg, who, with other relatives, lias been notified of Mrs. Wolstein s deith. The funeral will he held on Friday afternoon from thO house. Iiridel thO alispl.es of the Bggl Itlltll society, and interment will be in the Jewish section of Forest Hill OOMOtOTy. GOODELL CUP CONTESTS. In .he second flight fat the Bholdew golf trotdiy. results ot some games played recently WOTO as follows: Wor cester won from Shields, Moss won from Byrne, Harkness and Doaguui tied In Lha Brat oad ais.. In tho sec ond eighteen holes, and Cairns and RobtnOOg again tied for the OOCOgd round of eighteen holes. The entries for the tournament which takes plate nexl week beginning .n Wednaaday, August 21, will be ( lose on Monday. It is expected that every golf club In UM Upper peninsula will he represent ed i ml that as a result of the gather ing an I'ppei Peninsula (Jolf league will i.e organised. : HOUGHTON BREVITIES. marriage license has boon loaned t. Louis Bulkoi i. k ami Oenerleve Mlhel . i. h, both of 'alumet. Miss Oaths, rig Rowley of Cotfa, n y.. is etgHtng at ihe bat i Pnatdogi an Ms. F. J. liawden. Tag David s. KeadaU haptor of tho K S. M will hold a regular busl- neai ate sting this evening, I, Maces of .Mar. pi. 'tie fot IttOI b temporary manager of the local tele phone exchange, is In Houi.ht aj 00 business. Henry Otbbg supply olorh of the MsChtffan College of Mins. and Hr. A. Coke and wife are spending vacation it the Coke farm near Reaver bum. Bubeti ' ' onnell. the thirteen yc.i. old son of Wick I'l 'onnell, was brought home raaterday from Bly, Minn , where be received a broken bOJ OboUi live sreabS ago, during a visit. He wnrt cared for at tag Rrj beapltal and tin frnetnre !s now almost he-iled. The Graham pi p re tide ore in Fast Heaigbtgg has boon ptirchaaed by Mil ton It. llckns. Miss I'ope. daughter of th Inf. Irflhftm Pope, and her s)o ter. Mrs. Cranston, will leave today for I hi home of the latter at Oakland. Cat, Preggyterlana In Philadelphia have put Into commission an OUtnfgOblli rack to rarry preacher and choir for atroot preaching and anting. Clin Innatl will bold Aug. 19-24. Inclwslve, a "Made in Cincinnati" show under the auspices of tlr- .'irii Innatl . till ier. ial association. St. I.onis In last fiscal year expend . d 12,140,171 on afreet work and hi Id lo miles ,,t new paving, W P. Young, oocerrtrli bachelor, dead in Newark. N. J., leaves $7". 1 to build a church as a mViooiiai to his mother, OFftCfAJ ' ILL POf KKI'i'Ul.b . . oi'NTV i'iiSVKN-iiiiN. TO I UK REPUBLICANS OP WOVfMlTON ctii NTY. convention d the Rcpubib ao oi Huuglytog Coggti bj baraij MjMgf i me. t at the Vniphldioine. Houglltoit, at :.M P. If. 00 Tuesdax. the phi, UM f septcmbet, till, aOCordtng and by virtue of the laws of Mh lngan. , the jllll.se ,.f ele. ting :!S deblle., n, the I teputi ll an Sta'e Convention t b) h. Id In the Cltv d I'.-tioit, on Tunsla.. Sept. -tt h. 1112. and for t,w iicn of Bgch other buwlneee as ma, proper l come before the ion ventton. Apportionment of Delegates. The following is the upa 1 1, iiiie n t of delegate t. ihe soveral tow.! OJgtpg MM cities, .ii the basih ..I Hi.- total v.,,e cast tt, Kepubhcan i '.iiill date I.. i Bocratori Ot Plata-at tgftOOtkg held Nov. 190H, vl One delestK for each TO votes and one additional deleiate for each zh votes or fgors T. wnsnip I ota! ..tc. No. ot Delegates. Precinct .. 1 '." 4 pre Indl No ! s Pro un t No. : i"J t Prenlaol No. 4 -'f3 6 Prw in t No, 6 Prootaci No. 1 Jon Brae lact Mai 2i 6 1 in. No. 3 128 f piroi lad No. 4 tTS 5 Prt in. I No. .'. "SH 6 PrOOinOl No. I 288 6 Pfl . in. t No. 7 270 6 Pre. hsgt No. 8 211 4 Prat hart n.. s a 13 370 5 BtWCfgjt t No. g 34 7 ITeciiu t No. 11 608 10 I'recin. t No. 1L' 208 4 Precinct No li 2 Adams Ada ins Adams Ada ins Adams PTW Int I No. I Calumt i 'alumet 'a I u nn t Calumet i ..linnet v 'alumet Calumet ' alumet i ialugMl Caiman t i alumet Calumet Calumet fett Chassell Dun. an Dune in Elin River Prank lio I I ankl.n Franklin Franklin Ham k Hancock City II . i k City Ham nek 'it v I Ian. . i k Cltv- Pi boot No. 1 I 'I e. inet No. 1 Brachget No. 2 Precinct No. 1 Prgolat 1 No. 1 Pl e. ill. t No L Pre. in t No. 'i Praotnct No. 4 Precinct No. 1 Ward No. 1 Ward No. Ward No. S Ward No. 4 Pi 1 . ind No. 1 Pre:lnct No. 1 Precinct No. 1 Precinct No. 1 I '1 m inct No. 4 Prodm t No. 1 Precinct No. J Precinct 'o. 3 Precinct No. 4 I'lecinct No. 1 Pi e. Inct No. 1 Precinct No. . Precinct No. 1 Prkciwct No. 'i I're. inct No. 3 Bi e. inct No. 4 I'recim t No. 1 Precinct No. 2 Pic in. t No. i Precinct No. 4 Laird 1 m ota i pM OOfg Ogcoaht 1 isceola I '. .1 lage Portage Portage Porta - Quincy Schoolcraft Be boo Ic raft Stanton Stanton Stanton Slant. ui Torch Lake ToTCh Lake Toich Lake 1 1 .1 ch Lake Py older Of tie Pal.ubl ..' Lat.-d Houghton. Mull,, August SCENES ON EMERALD ISLE Writer Take Auto Trrp Throuqh Ireland end Viewa Historic Places. Dublin, Ireland. To se Ireland at Its beat there is no time of the year more pleasant In which to tour It than In April or May. There Is scarcely a point to which the traveler turns in iny direction tlmt does not afford op portunity for historic research or study of the ancient Mt8ture and poetry of the land. Storied ruins and remains of ancient seats, or towering ecclesiastic ggllcM tell of the deeply religious faith of today, as well as of the undent piety of the Irish people. Perhaps In all Ireland It would bo difficult to select a trip more delight- Popular Dublin Conveyance. ful than that by road between Dublin I Hnd Klllarney. To fully enjoy the trip, tbe bettor J part of two days should be devoted to Ii Except by rushing at express : speed the distance Is too much to cover, enjoynbly, in one day. whlb?, ! breaking the Journey, and staying In ' Limerick over night, it la a real BfggfO ure. On a recent visit the correspondent had the enjoyable experience of ac companying Mr. Joseph Devlin, M. P., I the energetic and resourceful secre- J tary of the United Irish Ixague In Ire- , land, and Nationalist member for the ll vision of West Belfast; Mr. John I Culhane, a bright young lawyer of j Dublin, son-in-law of Mr. David Hhee lier, M P . a veteran in the Irish na tional fight, and one or two other i friends on a trip by automobile from j Dublin to the Ijtkes ot Klllarney. We left Dublin In the early after noon, passing out through Thomss afreet, the scene of Emmet's execu tion In 1803, and of tbe.anest of Lprd ' 1 !p M ic Total Vote. No. ot OeleRates. Total 8 i 68 4 8 3 10 1 18 I 12 20 183 lis 37 fj 207 113 5 a 131 1 40 288 216 228 288 ffj 14 180 208 in 310 160 395 53 148 188 136 104 146 74 BN 70-1 74 42 2 1-1 181 a n '"outltv Committee W. P Mil. I. sit Chairman j. j. BLUB BecMtai 1 10th. 1812. Edward Fitzgerald, a few yards fur ther along the same street, the latter event taking place la 1798. Almost every inch of ground in that section of the Irish capital is associated with some historic incident either of the Rebellion of '98, the Emmet Rising, or the Fenian movement in the 60's of the last century. For tho first 12 or IS miles after leaving Dublin the run is a short dis tance from the southern bank of the Ltffey. the river which waters the Irish capital. On the left In plafu view is tho Hill of Tallagbt, where one of the warmest skirmishes be tween the Hrltlsh authorities and the unarmed advocates of Irish national Ity took place during the Fenian ris ing in 1867. Heyond, and still further south, lie the Dublin and Wicklow mountains, which form, until one reaches Klldare. a charming background to the land scape. The Round Tower of Clondal l in and the deeply wooded Hill of Lyons, with the magnificent residence Of Uird Cloncurry situated at its base, help to form a magnificent picture which, seen rrom an eminence with in Lord Clone urry's demesne, affords a view extending over 13 of tho 82 countlaa of Ireland. HUNGRY AT BOTH MOUTHS And Calf'a Puzzled Ownir Doesn't Known Which One to Feed Puts Food In Each One. New York Clinton F Hill wont out to bis barn at Huntington, L. I , hav ing learned that bis Holstein cow bad Just given birth to a calf. "Well, I'm blessed!" aaid Hill as bo gazed at his newborn calf. "Which bead will I feed?" The calf Is two-headed. Tho di vision taken place at the throat, there being two distinct and well-shaped heads, with two mouths, four eyeo and four ears. But there Is only ono throat, and Hill, who has been feed ing the calf with syrlngefuls of milk, is at a loss to know which bead con nects with that throat. He suspects that both do, but, not foaling sure, bo has been feeding each head impar tially. Missions, iss' Bona Thieves. Wooster, Ohio. Forest Topo of Cleveland and Arthur Jonoa and Wal ter Hnyder. students of Wooster Unl vereity. were arrested charged with burglary and larceny. Tbe students are sona of missionaries lo India Thiay wore cbargad with breaking Into a book atore, run In connection with tho university, and stealing $80 In cash and merchandise valued at 1150. etna .