Newspaper Page Text
ADELAIDE THDRSTON WELL
REMEMBERED IN HANCOCK
ACTRE8S WAS HERE EIQHT
YEARS AGO IN "AT COZY
Ml9 Adrlultlf ThurMtoii, i lie well
known HftreHH who will upiieur In the
Kndvr thenlt-r Saturday, April 5, is
wH -Mnmh'rl In Hnncvl; nn.l In
th eopptr country K'nerull, thi'uiign
htr appnraniv hr' In the irniturii,.ti
-An I'oay Corm-ru."
MI.hm Thurston Mist xprnjiv, Into IV
atrhal j.roinlrifmv I 1 r,h. (,f l.a.ly
Habbl In a company oinanl.id by
Charle Frohmsut to prostnt "Th'.- Lit
tl Minister" on tour during Mati.h
AilnmH' Ion run of the r.imoin ituh
rl I'lay ut tm- Kmpliv Tlu-utiv, New
Volk City. She loiitiiiiietl In t!i, pint
for more than two eurn it in) her tri
umph WflH xcareely less pi onoiim-nl
thiin that at-hleveil l.y Miss Adam.
Tha voting uciress next appeared In
un all Htar cnst HUppoitlng Mis.
Moyne In "The (ireateMt ThliiK I" Th
World." vnder the dlrei tlon of LieM.-r
H Co. Then came a swikhii In "Sweet
flover." which was followed l.y "At
Vzv OotnorH," "I'oliv Primrose," Th.
Triumph f Hetty," "The J ir I I'roin
dm Yonder," "The Woman's Hour,"
iV.ntrary Mary" and "Miss Ananias."
ISSUES APPEAL FOR AID.
Mayor Dodg Atkt Hancock Citliens
to Help Flood Sufferers.
Mayor V, . Im1k- of lli.in-oik has
iMnied r.n uppeal calling upon publio
lilted citizens of this Ity to .to
their han toward relieving the dis
trei8ed ftntdllions of thousand of .it
izer.s of Hayti.n and others in that
vli'lnaso. Mayor Iode loads tb list
with a liheral donation and It Is not
unlikely that business nun und oth.is
In Hancock will contribute. In his up
leal Mayor Iodye says:
'Wh'lea devastation of life ami
jroperty bo appallingly occurred In
the region of the middle northwest, by
lie has ever pen; I..udmton, where
m.on at Hoods and tire, and
"Vhereitn a vast amount of physi
cal suffering has heeu Imposed upon
victims In consequence thereof:
"Tlcrefore, I, William II. Io,lg,
mayor of the city of Hancock, earn
estly request our citizens to donate
us liberally to the cause as our sym
pathy J-u if Rests."
Mean have been provided whereby
funds, as well as clothing and provi
sions deposited with the city clerk
will be forwarded gratuitously to the
mayors rf the different cities affected.
IN HANCOCK CHURCHES.
Kaster music win be, repeated n
Keveral Hancock churchen tomorrow
un.l th usual preaching 8tvIom will
Following uro the hours or s.-rvlces:
Hancock '.nKreailonal, Hcv. Man
dus llama, pastor Morning- service
at 10:30. Sunday hci.... at nooon. leve
lling praver at 7 p. m.
First M. 10. church, Hev. Iteuben
Crosby, pastor. Morning servhes at
HUSO. F.vcning hpivIo at 7:0.1. Sun
day school at noon. Weekly meeting
or I0p world ..aKiiH at '..K..
l'ewabl.- .. 10. church, Kev. S. Polk
liiKhorne, pastor. Mornim; nervi... al
10:'.!n. Sunday mbool at L'::i.. 0.
nltiK prayer at :8i.
I'ortane Uike UaptlHt church-
Mornint; sei-vliv at Ion.-,. Sunday
school at noon. Evening service will
be dispensed Willi.
Si. (i.i.iKe's lOpiscopul church, Uev.
I'. J. Harwell-Walker, rector Mnrniim
services at 7::h an, H::u. livening
service at 7:ou. Sunday kcIuu.1 at
1 1 : 30.
SCOND SERIES TUESDAY
Dover and B.ckl, Will Qowl on Han
The M-Clid series of the IoVe
HI. kle championship bowling Kaines
Will be loI,N 4,u the Mil hell alleys
Ttiesdav evening. The dtcl.slon of
Hover to roll the finals oil I he Cub's
Ulleys ill Calumet will lieressilate a
chatiKe of plans.
Manager Mitchell f the Mitchell al
leys has u six team league which will
lol! utt month on the Hancock alleys.
I'over will captain one team and
will have four handicap men with
him rV her. Cox und Sillven will
lead Hie other four teams that have
heeu picked while JloKai, aiul Sulli
van. will bad the last two teams which
have liot Vet been chosen.
The gueen lOsther Circle of the Han
cock M. 10. church will give a recital
In the church parlors April 10.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. (Jartner have ar
rived in New York from lOumpe ac
cordliiK to a inessaRe received in Han
cock. They .ire expected home next
Dr. I'eler Scholler returned this
tnorniPK from Madison where h went
this week in Interests of Wisconsin
BOARD OF PHARMACY COMING.
Will Visit Upper Peninsula in August
for First Time.
I!. C. Dowe. secretary of the Mar
quette Commercial dub, has forwar.V-d
an invitation to the state board of
pharmacy to come to Marquette and
to make that city Its hdulquat ters,
when it visits the upper peninsula in
A iik list to examine applicants for
liecause of an Increase In the num
ber of applicants the board has decided
that It Would lu better to visit the
upper peninsula than to require about
foit upper peninsula applicants to no
to lower Michigan.
The meeting, which will be a semi
annual session, w ill be held some Unit
hi August. The members of the board
are .1. J. Campbell, of l'igeon: Kdward
lioibn, of Hay City: Kdward Rogers, of
Tort Huron; 10. 10. Faulkner, of Delton,
ami W. 10. Collins, of Owosso.
BOARD ASKS INFORMATION.
The state tax commission has writ
ten to the city ch rk in lluncock ask
ing that the; clerk Inform them of th
meeting date of the city board of re
Mew. This Is the tlrsl time the com
mission ha ever taken such an In
terest In the met ting of the city board
of review and the city clerk interpret
ed it to mean that the commission lit -leiule.l
to Investigate conditions here.
BLANCHE KRAUSE PASSES.
Daughter of Fred Krause of Anaconda
Dies at Grandparents' Home.
Hlaiuhe, aged thirteen, daughter of
l-Ycd Krause of Anaconda, .Mont., pass
ed away Thursday night at t he
home of her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Kdward Krause. The child did
from a complication of diseases. The
oung girl formerly made le-r home in
the western city with her rather, but
t for the past two ears resided with
I relatives in this city.
The lather of the decease,! Is ex
pected to arrive here Monday ami the
funeral likely will be held Tuesday
inoining Itesides her father there are
two sisters, Theresa and Marseline.
an, I one brother, Kdward. to mourn her
LITTLE A DELEGATE.
The Best Treatment
for ItchingScalps, Dan
druff ana Falling Hair
To allay itching and Irritation of the irslp,
prevent dry, thin and falling hair, remove
rusts, urate and dandruff, and promote the
growth and beiuty of the hair, the following
pwiil treatment l most effective, agrerablo
and economical. On retiring, comb the hair
fat straight all around, then begin at the side
and make a parting, gently ruhblng Cutlcura
ointment Into the parting with a bit of soft
flannel h?j UVer the end of the tinger. Anoint
a hhtional partings about half an Inch apart
until the whole scalp hai been treated, the pur
pow being to get the Cutioura ointment on tha
Ip nkln rather than on the hair. The
""U morning, shampoo with Cutlcura soap
and hot water. Phampoo alone may be
used as often as agreeable, but once or
"Ice a month Is generally sufficient for
thUopeclal treatment for women's hair. Cull
ftira soap and ointment sold eiery where.
Ksniple of each maileil free, with S2-p. Hkln
k. Addrww 't'utfffirs.v Dept. 3. Hoaton.
Tendr-fced men share In comfort with
Ullfcurt Soap BbivUif Stick, 34 &iOPl fret
Hubbell Foresters Will Be Represent
ed at State Meeting.
At a recent meeting of Court H.'ld -i
Kugle, No. I'oresters or America, a
large class of candidates received the
initiatory degree. During the past few
months the local curt has added to Its
membership ami before the annual cel
ebration next, summer there will '"'
larger material Increase.
The grand court convention ti'it
summer will be held at Hattle Creek
and Court Hobb-n Kugle of Hubbell
has elected William Little delegate
to that meet in. Richard Hawk has
been selected as the alternate, The
convention at Hattle Creek will be held
WILL MOVE MONDAY.
M. Iteauchamp, teal tailor, will
move from the. Sutter building where
he has conduct-'d business for the past
few years, to the Sara in building. Mr.
Heau'champ with Charles Klefcr will
enter the gent's furnishing business.
A full and complete stock of fur
nishing for men will be carried and in
addition, the tailoring establishment
i ,ii.,, A complete IM'W
line of llxtnres for the Heau. hamp .v
Klefer store has also be, u ordered and
are beginning to arrive.
a TORCH LAKE BREVITIES.
An "April l'oof H.ial will ! Kiv,n
!n the parlors f the M. 10. church next
MIss'Klia Warn of Allouez was .t
visitor with Uke Kindcn relatives yes
John, Slattery of Hubb.ll Is on the
lis of sick.
Dr. and Mrs. (bi.rge W. rr return
ed yesterday from an extended visit at
Hoi Spring". Ark.
ivter Hernrd and VhM-r Allwln de
parted on last night's train for i obait.
Ont.. where they exps t to io......
The Duntpcrs w.-re sinvessful
winning two of three games with
Hookkeepern In iln ,U,',I
the Kettenhell alleya Ut night.
Gossip o! Market and Mines by Minnear & Co.
Continued From Second Page.
.f comuienh.l ground at the last reports, crossing the UU-.
at an anle. This true width la 17 feet to IK feet, us
i.early n can he estimated from o.enln?a made. The
company has made no rock shipment In several tteeka
I'Hft, und will probably not be shipping regularly abort of
6" days. A dally outturn or about &( tons U easily possl
hle. and will likely be In elder by mld-aummei.
HIGGIN3 LEASE-BISBEE CAMP-
Active oj.eratlons muM be Marted at thin pn.p.rty m or
l-efoi e A.t it K.. ac. ordi, , le ,,.af)e ..,.,.,, lnto ,..
twee,, Mr. Hlgglns i.n.l Mr. James itso... acting for the
.o,iqMII. lt,1S(. ,(11S b(,(ii exUu,lt fl.i(1
year to eighteen months with fotm.r terms
The tilst attention Will he given to extendi!.- the Hig-
gins tunnel toward the C..p,er Queen, wluiv rich silver-l-ad
deposits have bee,, opened up by both Sbutluck aict
Work will be prosecuted by machine .it tils. Machinery
to the value f 125, , S t. thH pl,.lmil hl, ,M ,lmH W,J,
The new comi.any is capitalized for Inn. share at
tl each and Heir develo;.,f nts will he awaited with in
terest hV Wolverine a, Arizona stockholders as their prop
erty Is contiguous.
Recent developments at this property lea,! one to be.
lieve that this company will have a secon.l life. Accord-
ill IT to ri.hi.rlu I... I . .
" I-...". ..Riuia .ie douv, uie ( omiiinatlon ore
Hhoot, and the new ore body oil the 41111-foot level t the
Mohawk mine are developing larger than al first anll.t
patcd. In some ,uaiteis, it is iredlete.i March earnings will
tun oer Itiiii.iiiiit us compiietl with I'ebriiary earnings of
..ts.iMio. ibis Is based on the report that the product oT
the property was greater for the first three weeks hf
March than it was for tie- entire month of"ke'iji nary
'1 he .sitb annual report ., the company, cowr, in a per
iod of fourteen months, has been sent to stockholders. The
llscal ear of the company was changed to correspond, with
the calendar year, and the report shows that on January
1. I!n, (ioldti.ld Consolidated had in cash and outstanding
bullion and concentrates settlements, $'.M3,r.!it;, a.s coni
pured with tl.s:'ii,sa on October 31, 1911. the date or the
last lepott. The company paid out in dividends for tie?
fourteen month period $.".,;Mt.fi:ii:. ?. compared with net
piollts of H.sxo.rsiO. Then, was a d.-clded falling .IY In
the values in the ore. though this was materially offset
by important reductions in cost per ton which were
There were produced during the period 4r.,Tsii ton of
ore of an average value of $1K.40 per ton after deducting
metallurgical losses, as compared wild $:!0.74. the uverage
during the previous N.scal year. The cost per ton diirin,;
He fourteen month period was less hv $10)0 than during
the previous tlscul year.
The ' regular o.u.ti telly dividend of 7f. cent was An
nounced this Week, payable April l to Mock of record
April r.. This will mae a total distribution to stockholder.
of $4li.r2 Hilict this company entered the i!ivldeld BSli
list in i tr..
Anaconda's earnings on a 1 '. cut metal matket ate a
little III excess of the pleS.-nt dividend I viilil elnel.tM The)
are .roducing ut the rate of about IICu.iiijii.Ihiu pounds an
nually, and the I'YLiuary production was L'I.'.'.'.O.immi pouodii
This was one excel tloi, i.liion tho Uik," Supei i..r cop
ier producers to make re en In r lock fhipmeuts during the
severe weather eXpelleluel (be j.ast Week. As the mill
Is only Cr.il feet from No. 4 .-hatt and L'.tl.'.o feet from No.
3, they are never handicapned l.v utoini-. The mam iva -son
for retting the null fl, I,, ihe mine was tie-
aillg on freight, which atooiiutK to abuul 1.'. i.nts p.-r
ten. and for a low grade ,m, ....-,iii..o, thia is con.-id.-ra ble.
During the past tiioiith the uoi Uiiii; f..r, e h is i.e. n in
creased c.i.sKleri.bly and shipments ale n.w being made
at the rate of 8 till tons d uly. As one b. ad handles
tons dally, It Is n.-es-a,y it. operate He- additional l,e...l
three days a week.
While the tonnage has bet li lln lea. ed ahoiit .'..HOil t,.t,M
this lllonth, JUodllctloa Will Kb,.W a eleatel eol,e.-p,..lidili,'.
increase, owing to the recovery being made tiom the lad
ings by the Hardlnge mills whbh h.ne .r...i, I., be well
adapted to this class of lo.-k. s.. w.l! nre these i.nil
thought of that two more will . put in operation n. i
week mid another will be .o'd.-d sbolllv.
While Winona has md been making any m..ne, lhe
could possibly do so If the mill was woik.-d to capacity,
even In a 13 cent copper matket.
A diamond drill has bee., operated from the lowest lev.!
to determine the values at depth, and three holes wr,
tlliven which showed aboil? the sain-' niad1 us that taken
out of No. 4 bbatt. No l'utther dillling will be done for
Operations haVe been temporal ilv suspended ,ll the N...
t shaft, where the work ! r some time past wax confined
t dl if ting west oil the U'tll h-Vel, with the i.bjeet of lo
catnip ihe extension of ih.. I'oiest amv.,d.il,.id. upon whi.h
Ihe No. '' rhall and oi ly a. live shall ,.f (he coinpaii i.-t
sinking. The No. L' i.hafi. wlibh is ulnkin below the -r.lv .1
level, is showing excellent i-l pper glolllld ill Spots in many
if Ihe opeiiines b.-low the 1Mb level generally. An occas
sional line showing of copper ground 13 hud, bat result
generally are far from satisfactory
All activity Is entitled to development work III the No.
S lode. The winze sinking on that formation from the 7I
foot level has leached a tliplh of lir. feet. This opening
reveals more or less copoer ground from top to bottom,
but apparently only about one-third should be classes as
f Olllincrciai lock. At about lie- resent depth of IT, feet,
sinking Will be I'iscoiitiuu. d and diills .-darted both wa.is
on the lode. Phis formation lies approximately I. Ion feet
east of the exploratory shaft ami should ,t develop . -pel
ground ill Collllliei cial ipialllitV, must lie opened fof
piodueth.n by a new .vhalt. It is, however, the most prom
ising of the Several lodes opened by Wyandot, and ap
parently has the makings ..f a low grade mine if given
three to the years and aulli, i.-nt liion. y !,. be expended
In further development w..rk.
University of Michigan
Newa of Interest From the State'a
Camp Life; University Study.
A leal live university out of doors,
where there are cool breezes and the
song of woodland birds and the iniir-
Plan of Work.
It Is not the purM.ne of the station
to duplicate Jhe work offered at the
university, but to provide facilities for
mill of Insects and slvan glens, and "eld work of a sort that cannot be so
all the Ireedom ami health of camp- M''" carried on under urban coiidlt ion i
life combined with professional study ' ur w'th the limitations Impose,! by a
-this ia what, the I'niversity of Mich- u"lv 'slty schedule. Instruction Is
igan otters at its biological station f.,r j limited to the courses announced, but
the eight weeks between July 1 ami Miualilud students may arrange to f,.
August The summit camp had its' ' other lines by electing Ihe special
Inception five years ago and has stead- j courses. A student may give his
il- grown in popularity since Ihe be-I entire time to either botany ..r stool -ginning.
It offers a summer outiiu- j "' ",:y divide it between these
and a university course of study at ' subjects, but no student is permit led
so moderate a cost that tired teach-take the work for more than eigh:
rs and over-worked students gladlv j '' university credit. lOacl. of H.e
welcome the opportunity to exchange' four-hour courses In planned to take
stuffy class rooms and city pa vements j one-hair the student's time, the two
for wide-stretching lakes and forests j hour curses. one.()uari r; the special
and rolling hills. With a. staff of'uurses may take any part or the.
iu.lv.. ii.sirncti.rs inciiiiiing a uean .n..-. m. iu
for women, this summer school colony
pitches Ms tents for eight weeks of
healthy living and Interesting study,
Weeks filled with well-ordered days of
work and recreation and all the de
lightful Intimacies of camp-fire asso
The station is located mar the Ho
gardns engineering camp of the uni
versity en a tract of about 1. thiil acres
of land owiuil by the university and
stretching from Hoiiklas lake to Hurt
lake In Cheboygan county. Mich., 17
inibs south of the Straits of Machine.
This region, diversified by hills and
valleys, contains many lakes of clear
water, unsurpassed In the state for
sl.e. depth and beauty of setting.
The elevation of the camp, between
one and two hundred feet above I-'ike
Michigan, insures cool nights and
makes the location favorable for hay
Six tnlh-s to the West of the camp
on the Crand Kapt.is ami ............
railvvav. is Ih- nearest railway sta
tion. I'ellston. a town of some 17.no
inhabitants. Fifteen miles to the
northeast Is Cheboygan on the Michi
gan Central railway. Douglas Is two
a,,.! om-half tulles wide and nearly
four miles long. Its chores are every
where wooded. In some places low and
.,,,, , others rising in tern.ed
Muffs seventy feet Vdovc the lak.!
The hea.h Is of clean sand and the
sandv lake bottom sh gradually
in.,, deep water, affording ideal con
ditions for h.'Hhlng and hoatlns
Thousands of tourists traverse this
..nl:lIlll mute" from Pe.osk-y to f h
hnvgan . very summer nml are charm
f,, as the little steamer which car
r them passes alternately through
mlrro'v. tottuous .r,ms -nd broad
dretches of open lake.
M? he b.,.og.a1d,y of the r,g u, lm-
medlatelv -t.1...n U -I
to affnnl a variety of floral ant
lar schedule of work Is adopted, this
Is varied whenever the nature of the
material or the weather conditions
make this Hdvlsable. In nil courses at
least half of the time is spent in the
field. The work of research st mien's
.vill be arranged in aeccordamv with
the nature of Ihe problem Selected.
The necessary sclentillc euipinci,t
for Held and laboratory work, launch
es, row-boats, collecting apparatus,
nets. Iraps, cameras. Held glasses, mi
croscopes and accessories, and books
are provided hy the university, i'or
indoor work there are two tog build
ings am! a tent laboratory.
No formal instruction is given !n Ih.
subject matter of nature study, but It
Is 'he purpose of the station to brin ;
the student into the loscst possibh'
contact with out -door nature. It i-
believed that teachers of nature sln.lv
will find this the best preparat Ion. A
scries of illustrated evening lecture i
on popular scientific subjects is given
by members of the staff or by visit
Fees and Expenses.
Students, except ns below, pay the
regular summer session fee of $2U for
th eight weeks, which entitles them
to take courses aggregating eight
hours university credit. A charge of
fS Is made for the use of the scien
tific euulptucnt. A further charge of
fx is made to those studvnts who use
the tents provided by the station.
Students may. however, provide th.-lr
own camp equipment, of such sort as
they may choose. Hoard at the Ho
gardm camp mess tent Is provided at
,.,t. about $4 I per week.
Students not graduates of the I'ni
versity of Michigan who enroll in the
graduate department will pay. In
place of the nlnivp fee of a fee of
2!t. This fev of $jr. Includes th
regular matriculation fee of the uni
versity and the fe for the current
follow ing his I. rent v isit to lOng
land. ihe I :loc mfoiitein city engineer,
15. A. Slew al l. I croinmeml.H a modi
fied trai'rtl.-ss tramway s ln uie. to
over a route of about '; miles in
place o Ih,- original proposal of ll'r
miles. He also Slli'.gf.-d.s that Un
doubtful atea should be s.-IVed by
Host.., i is said to I... almost a natur
al dumping ground for rotten eggs,
which it is allet'i-d are used in cook
ing by some bakers whose customers
are among the wealthy of the city.
Wire made of a new Herman alloy.
f which aluminum is the Las.-. Is
nearh twice as IoiikIi as steel.
Anty Diudgo Helps a Neighbor
Mrs. Johis "No, Anty Drudge, 1 haven't evtn tried
Uu.t new stitch. Vuu can't do Knitting with rougn,
swollen hands, and my hands tftt sore and stitt on
wa.sh dayrf, that 1 u.n't t-ver st-ein to rt them well.
It's having- them in hot water all the time, and
then goinj out in the cold to hang up clothes. I
declare, I'm dicourajrd."
Anty l)ntdye"iki would 1 be discouraged, my dear, if
I did my wash the way you do yours, llow do you
suppose 1 have time to knit and sew, and keep my
hands lit to do it? 1 do just as much work as you
do, hut 1 have learned to use Fels-Naptha Soap.
1 won't do hard work, if 1 can make it easy, and
with Fels Naptha Soap you can."
Let Fels-Naptha Soap do the hard
part of your work. It can and will, if ou
give it a chance. You like to have some
time for pleasure, don't you? Like to have
an afternoon once in a while, to visit your
neighbors or go shopping? Every woman
does, hut busy housewives can't seem to
get much time to do those things.
How would you feel if you got your
washing done some Monday in time to
spend the afternoon resting or visiting or
If you are a Fels-Naptha Soap woman,
you can; but if you have never done your
work with Fels-Naptha Soap, then you
don't know how easy and quick it is. It is
cheap, too. It works best in cool or luke
warm water. It does all sorts of cleaning
and washing, and doesn't hurt laces nor
fade colors if water alone will not.
The directions on the Ked and Greca
Wrapper tell you just how to use it.
hV.l.S & CO., FHll.AM-l.l"Hl.V
let the News "Want" u.l lent that hou e or that ..ue room you
have, or sell anything you have for Fab or find that lost siitKle'.'
They will do It.
Subscribe for The Calumet News
News Want Ads. Bring Results
li her Eiiyy.
Ready To Put On liriffjf
Your Job Quick! feWil
WHITE VAT "Till? WOOD AMERICA IS MOSTLY Jil'ILT OF" ami
"TlUi L1;A1)I:R IN THE MARKETS FOR J5 YEARS." (lT. S. (lOVT. RETT.)
is still the most potent fa tor in the huihlin;;
world und will be for generations to conn.
Wo pollWIITTE FIXE for all uses also that vixloM "Norway" (vqiuil tnWhllo Pine for
in.ist purposes) ami are prepared to take eare of yourordeiv. promptly Ur ac.u K.uilor.i ? v antlitiij.
it's uiee, clean, well-seasoned ltnuU-r strain lit from Minn.di ami Wi--o .nsiu where
the U-;.t fumes; I1..111 ami w ill be w Icomt .1 hy those w ho llu.m-.ht Will l"K Tl ' K w.i : ' I..ud to t."
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS
and" we'll "show'' you action in a huny.
We carry a full and complete line of Reliable Building Material
f all kinds and want to figure on your job, EVERY TIME.
Even if we don't land the order every tim we are ;mio::s t have a try for it.
determined to di'SVlVC our business anyhow.
You'll find us prompt, and you'll like the way we fill orders that come over the wire.
t -.1 ..- '.fill r