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WEDNESDAY AUGUST If J
THE CALUM E NEWS,
1HE VAmna THAT won t turn white
renin rkahle .iiliNh ir Mtortof si ifis egpnOOd la ih "r.itliir
.Hi. I fur nil. r'or SUrCkOM sOdeaaed to BsOtetUre or hud nee n Mil kind,
ll Bggtgtg the aMlon ..I w;iiT, 0' I fmr nil. I ' .ii-'.ii will illy
Ik. i ti over night. Just tea thing for batkfaon uud kitchen ii --.
alics in ill..tl. u.illon. mid gglkMIS, K I I h,nt; In l.iilil and
CARLTON HARDWARE GO.
NEW LAW HITS
Nimrods Outside of County Must
Have Two Licenses
sportsmen thai the new -mm Ikenee
law paaued .u 1 1 test session of the
logialalura .ni.i v in. ii baa teal -
lata u arox n i i .
Tin- law requiring all deer hunters
in procure a ii n.sr ai a coal of it 5i
was ll' .1 I.:i n:l and stands MM here
tofore. Kov the w i tilt ti paya Hi n a
hunter m'Ihj hunts deer outside of his
..w ii . ..wit v nraal In addlt hu t" i h
i , i it- deer Ispenac, pr at ouw i
baa (tan aunter'i licenn Bo the
rrsai bad ul doer hunters who i?en
i til . bum nothing i tee, and bo
bobs " ii ' i rota Hi. In et pari
..i ii,.- state m the uppei ounrry sfter
dee a hi ba v i.. i i0 foe i vu
licenaee nut lb rials "i in"- .a mi
prleoftmeni also Houghton county
hunters who : Keweenaw, Baraga.
Ontonagon an, other nearb) counties
Most of tiif revem f lha gsgne and
fish warden's department fr years
Ikis been contributed lj the arm) of
deer hunters through th HJW license,
Under t ti i- ruiiag t the an me warden
they win vv.n the revenue pretty
heart! by the additional dollar exact
..i. When tin- law was under consid
eration hunters understood that the
ItJk) special seer licence covered the
general hunter's Beense also, it stems
thai th.- deer hunters muni ''till pay
BKuri ..nil- rreight for gauu- ivad flan
prol 1 1 i "ii. as m t he paat ,
p.. ii aw lei s' Hcenae laa iloea aot
c,. inio . rr i until Jam n i next li
In pn i 1 1 thetr urdlnar) gun I k-enw
in the (oantiea n ahkh tbej dealra
.. lu'nt accord ins to in.- interpret
i ior, placed o'i Hi" aea tew by local
HMUtamen( a licenae teaued la hui
hoote ' on My baina fcuffh keni to an
nhifl htm 10 hmit .ti an. . ..tints in the
rtata .i"t no the ) ear for hit h it i.
laauad Thaa u aHld aol be aer ea
rn? ior .i buau i .. ..th Ki -ree
Paw and Oatonas n count) iron
ticenaaa t.. imnt in botii eiMtntlea.
Deputy Btat Gatn Warden John T
MacOonaid r itumed - rdaj from a
;..iir ..f !. diatrtei -i of rHttaMUfofl
lourrty, territorj ad-Joininii Wisconsin.
Kvid.ixt .da'ii. -.as pfWur-d
Mild afl ' ' rtiaatioln likaij will foi-laa
Merchants 6c Miners Bank
CALUMI T. MICHIGAN
Condensed r.t..iroiroi ..t Ctata ol Butineti Aw.jie.t o, 1011.
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State Savings Bank
I .Al FRIUM,
Statement ol Condition f August 9 HW3
Loafii and Disrounta
Bonds, Mortgages and Securities
Banking House and Futures
Other Real Estate '
Due from Bank? and Bankers
Cash on Hand
Undivided Profits, (Net)
Due to Banks
Savings Depovti . ...
400 FIFTH STREET
CALUMET MATRON PASSES
Mrs. John 3 Chayer Succumbs to At
tack of Paralyti.
Mis. John it Chayer, aai . paaa
. . . x ..I the famih raaidance oa
.' ,i. iiniiiii sii. .-t i. .si rvrainj annul I
n'rtnck, Death wa aaaaad by para
i -1- t ii ii a hi. ii n ha- bean afhict
i fop two w eaki
The tat Mts. chayei wax bora in
Montreal. Cun da in i".:. and cmw
I., id. ecnpei mim try at th ftfe of S I
s : , thai war, -in- realded 1" Calu
met. EteaidfN th.- huabaad. tin- f..i
lawini ehildrwa Burvlre Rial al Cal
ttinet; Mrs K Qnl meat! of l-ik- l.m
dt n; Joat i of Milwaukee; iis p
EHmh fil Romioo: Albert, and i:.
. h ..' 'alumi . John ..I afnnten)
. -al . in. i w.iii hi, ..n i Raaaana
honte, Kuneral nrvicea will ! heW
ri ,! w in.. i i i ii i n .in si a nne -t-burch,
Rev. Ki IhtlBAonauH ofHi'lni
i ii u littrtal will in i...u View.
1 1 WCDIH'D IN DETROIT.
w N. HoQaasan, Farmerly ol Caiuanat,
Br oif, Benadiat.
Word been received bee ol the
marria iti Detrotl on Kuu, i i "t i i
.i.i- i m i . i .ii tend of t tin i i
l . s 1 1, i ..ii. tH Hi' rl .-I' "aluni. i
'.i i i ... , now iftippyHi at the Gr "
1 1 I '. : "i I . Tli. . .-l oinoi M UN
I . i fm in. .i by ltt' In ll. ii i So!. Ion al
tli. Hotel Piaxa. The tride was for
m : i a member of the iir.nr hoapital
i ifl - itrai .m ts.s .Mi. Porter "f
Petftdt v.as maid "t boBOl and K. A.
Port ' a mm beat man
Mr. and Km Hottanana prnhahly
will niak.' tli -ir homo in Ix troit. They
have tia- i" i aiahefl of local frienda
TO ADOPT TAX BUDGETS.
uwrtahip board at its
will i.o aaked
in. -1 1 r , tr
i ii . i highway budttetn
th.- enauinn rear, Tin- iM'hool bud" j
Khetj will : how an increase over.
v. ,ir while high am) cofft I
- i, i i ' 1 1 . i ! . l a,.' ford s ill ask
apj I . '. nil i.. of S I .".."Ml lor I he
i repair fund u ' d M! for i he
,wa in ii. i..-.. in--n' timd.
ARRIVALS OF THE STORK.
Birtha recorded with Townahip
i i.-iK Qeoraja Martin lodaj were aona
t,, Mr, and Mm Ouetavt Nelson .r mi
Caledonia street Mr. ..ml Mrs. I're.l
Chop ai d Mi' ami Mr- Anton Bahflati
,.i ' ipper 'iy daaarhtem to Mr. and
.it- st... i.ai'.wski ..I l2J Laurium
treet, and Mr. and Mrs. LouU Ptetottl
of t TCd Itoundary atreet.
Reaoli i meetini "t Lady Wlllartl
ii So t 1 1 win in- held Thureday
afterm on, tuguai ZMh al .' v. m.
RuKineim -I inn ortanca.
5 578a. 10
2,301,24 i t.i
M " .0 19
. $100,000 00
. 100.000 00
e 16.222 60
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Suggests State Use Efforts to
Bring Factions Together
Continued Fiom F.ist Page.
and the Urst u tual miniiiic work was
About sixty additional men Went t
work on the ain i; al. i.l hraiieh of the
C x ll. mine today, brlnfllsl the tot. i
number of underground arortiem in
the II mine over LM In ml
t'liion p. tiles.- there am a nam bee of
loyal minora employed na deputies,
or ho it. ready t i maume work under
round as s....f as their aJncof on the
orc i' deputies MM la fcOM by otllels.
Resume at Baltic.
PreperatioBj for boiatlnn in the
Paltk mine beaan this mornim: when
. of man was encaajed t. repair
i ii.- shall The rtmmplnn and TH
mountahi mines mm Imlat lin but no
recti 1 ix i, i been shipped to the mills.
Parade at Superior.
Ettrikina. mln'm at the Superior held
demonstration tins mornlns, parod
in; to the mile W"lknms and ha. k to
the location riie mtardi stationed al
Supei i, I kept . . I..S ' WatCh of the
i n.o'e. i. hi there wet.- no dtaorderl)
Couit Ur vrlopments.
'the heatina ol Anton Ra?hen ana
peter k'lankovirh, rhorgod with ln
llmidutirg Mat) Bwyketl ..t Itaym
lanltowu, iuftuai S2, afmtcd before
i ri, i la her this mornintf. the coaa
i la.iiani teatitied lltal the lefendonta
entered ins houae and attevnpted to
remonstrate with him for boMni 10
word and teter ihreatenmi his life, a
1,11. . e tor "id ..ii corroborated loo
teetinton) Mad addee) that hi father
ml 1 nn t o itarda mm ins life wa
. breatt nod 1 spite the outta ..1 the
bo in U 1 ' Imonj could nol be shah
.11 ami he adhered la hii statemeats
undei the exHroinntlon 1.' Attorneya
I ii..i- foi the proaeetttion and LaQan1
.'I- in.- itefenae, The examination
wnf tdjournod UntU Saturday to
tranacribe leal Imony.
Complnini was issued this moraine
for the arrest of John BoAti who la
.illeged have threatened Dan Olltta
laal aivht. The complain! was siun-
d by lamea Teefoy. deputy sher
iff. Harry Perriman, John Delontrchamp
and Join, famee, crhartfed with Intlml
dating Matt BtlalUch, will ho gtvon an
examination before Juatice Plahor t.
morrott', The offenae is alleged to have
" iiii.i! 11 OW'eola a week ago, Stim
uli claiming thai he was threatened
while on ins way to wot k
Lotus Potter, ciwrgwd with aaaaull
and battery upon ;us istn. Wolv
erine (I reman wax annuities in Jus-
II . v, rlockola'a 00111 ) eelaidai ef
leliiooll. The BCqUittal ealll"' as a e-
reuli oi reluctance on the part of tan
. omptolnlag witness to teatlfy,
Camp Is Sanitary.
Physicians of long experience in the
upper country, who accompanied
in-deal of i ei's of ih. Michigan Na
il. .nil Quord in their tour of Inaportlow
..1' the oamp , eaterday , expreaaed great
surprtare that auch perfed ranttan ar
' maementa could have boen madhl
IKMialble in sin h a ihort time. In. luded
11 the party warn the baathi of sev eral
opper country mine ami semi-puhlii-hnopltol
and the mspe. lion was a
most thorough on.-, covering the en
tire twefltyetght miien of tho mngi
over which the troops are camping.
.mom those present were Dr. A. It.
Rtmonaon, chief physician for the t &
II company, Dr, W, T s Qragg and
! 11 A. A Davis ..I 1 In mine hospital
stall, Dr A I. Law i'.umh head Of the
ramorai k hospital staff, Dr. v. '.
In Ion Of Mohawk. Dr, W. K West of
'in Trli intalti hospital. In- !' I
Rouriand of tatlte Linden ami in
1 plain r oi Qulncy
1 t s 'usaing the inspect fog Dr. Bow
land stated he wax Itnpreanod with the
. leanlincsi of the camp, the t are taken
III tin- disposal of refuse, the handling;
aliil (tispOStni Of i;.il hace the kiti helt
cleanliness ami an aioumi sanitary
condition ol the ramp
d in military ofBcem in Cnjumet are
ttaim I heir utmoai to apnrnai'h lha
ant tar) atandarda tnaintnlned b) lha
regutai army and are succnedinR ad
mirahiv in the effort.
Mahanoy Goer, to Chicago.
Vice President c R, Mahonej of lha
. tern Pederatloa ol II teem, win
I , ..-i ll aaaiatlni in directing lha
(Ilk. Ill I III. e. t loll, h i t la -t eV - ti
ll,.; 1,1 Chicago, where be win spend a
lew .la on business Nothing could
.1 .- I illied relative to Ml. MX'
hone) s mission
Labor Day Demonstration.
Preparations art being made by the
, upper country strikers for a men
11 iu Labor da) demonstration, n HI
...1 11.. i- nrafsoht) will be two dans
n (rations, one in Hancock and ogc
,r, fTal umet, Details relative 10 these
ilemonatrat ions are not available yet.
Judge Murfm in Calumet.
Judge J. inn s 11 Mmlm ol letrolt. if
in tin topper country. Nothing con
cernlng Jteoga Murfin's mission here
has gagg glVaa out. hut it is intimat-
ii 1 1 1 : 1 he is making peraonol Invaa
tlgatksng bgnrini on tht strik- and the
net saaWjT of the troops hotna In the
r npper aaujttry. as .indue Muriin is
I I gsrdad m s a proepecttie cnnslldnta
for auoeitiatot 1 il honors, it is felt his
visit to the strike region at this tim
nt largely for tin pur poet, of tegtug
IRtOnl fenees, KltheXsgn he sa v s he is
mi rely takihk his viiratji n.
Para lf. ,,t Doclc,eviHe.
parade . f striken foeajnxJ at
I todgi v ille ahonl 1; refock this morn
Ing and proceeded t" V.,. shaft,
' i Roy ale .-here operations have
r umrrt Ttx men were ,i; p gggggje
I mood ami as a pn , 1 ggry geena
ure a troop ,,f cm .i!i v -.vnsrall.! Th.
ti ik. rs hang dispei tad.
i LOCAL MrtFVlTirS
djdjwhfxt .H..K-:- HHl-h--H"HHI'
J. M Muvnai.l and John lAinxpre
liave i.mii.-, for DulUth, where they
1 ik. iv win teanaa,
Rev. Dr. Stalker o the I'lrst I'r. s-
bytertan oaxsvah is expected baena thn
tent of this vetk In in a thras months'
visit to S.otland
ROV. I V. i'oiilm of Shal'er. fotim rly
pastor ,,f the Si Mines OhttTOh in
I'.ilimiet. has gane to thg animal re
ir.at at Aasmins alder visitiim with
Ftea Kr. j.. h Doisaogaml
Mr. and Mrs. ill Madnran enter
tained Sundnv eviiiui!: in honor of
Mi- Marie and 1. niton .Merles ami
Mrs Merioa, of Pond da l.ae. who
have heer visit bag hem,
Alentoiial at rv tees w.re luld in a
Fianaing aknrch Bundni for the tets
ni.i ilreen. private ol the Lansinu
hallerv. who llied as a result Of r IV -
Ing .1 klftl from a horse while ta
strike duty gam Coanradea of Ike
btte guardaggoa attendtad the services
Mr. and Mrs T It. Qosdthorp, 04
Qaieno, ill., have returned h..me aftoi
a isit with Mis. ieddthoi'ps sister,
dm Marv Qahoi ni and family .f
Mrs W. W, Vrlghl and son. Rgy,
returned home loai evening from Mar
Inette, Wis., where they visited rata
lives for the past three weeks.
Major fJteorge Harvey, brigade sd
Jul. int. has retinned from In- home 111
I'.. 1 1 Huron.
Riga If, it Leai 1 bog none 1.. 4 in
atlas Pay RlensU'deon ..f Milwasrkee,
who has bang a lousI of Mr .n,d Mis
s p 1.0. h tor some nine, left teal
v en Ing lor Inr I,' 'ine.
James Holland departed last even
ing for lower Michigan points vv lien
he will v isit.
The se veg mon t h s' od of Mr. and
Mrs. Qeorexj Congdoa ot U Blxth
: ti. -i. Taaxnrack died thht moi nlni
Punei 1 1 aarvtoei will ba bald FVIdni
afternoon frnm the m k$an)ca t. Rei .
d in- luneml .a 11,. Infant daughter
01 Mi Dnd Mr-, fleorge Piggotl ,i 1 is
cetda, wiH ba held Tuesday sfternoog
from ih. rnxWence, Rev. 1. Ad ami
ofllciattngi Interment win be In Lake
HIGH STATE OF EFFICIENCY.
U. S Marines Ready for Active Serv
ice in Few Hours.
Washington. Aug. '.'T. 'While the
Tinted States marine DOrpS has not
boon piapntlng for any particular
emergency, aAclali dec lam today that
branch of the nervlce hag been mnde
so moaile that on a few bourn' notice
it could start for anv mare its serv -
. I s Wen needed.
This applies in general to the en
tire personnel of the corpg, hut mom
particularly t" that port boa stationed
;.i Phitedeipbln, Prom thai station
Hi.- l.ilO'i marines in narra. ks would
in- ready to take traaaport ami sail on
tin- shortest pussihie noli.. Bvery
one vvoi.ld he it his post with all par
aphernalia in two hours alter 1 ill
came Of the jrg marine a not count
im: ..Hirers, many more are stationed
at Philadelphia than a other points
At Norfolk there are almost 760, bin
many are racrultUi not ready for serv
ice, without R1 least in weeks' train-
GREEK LETTER "FR AT" MEETS
Delta Tsu Delta Organization. 10.000
Strong, to Meet Today.
Indianapolis, hid.. Auk . IT, -OollegC
gnadaiotea ami andaigradxtates from
all pa Ms ol the eoiltllrv a sseln hied at
the Hotel Bevertn in this city todnj
f.,r the oneningj t tin- fcuty-aeeond
national convention of the Delta Tnu
Delta fraternity. The society 1 one
of the most l onilnr III of its 1. 1 11, 1 111
Amen. a Orgsnlsed at Rethnn) tol
hce. West irmnia. in ISftf, it n..vv
ha fifty - two native chapters and
lofnl nn mi.. 1 ship exceeding Ig.aag,
d'he present i.iuiioii will rlose Satur
day nlghl wuii a bnnojuei gi which lha
speakers will Include Cutgn sman
William IV I'.oilaml ot Missouri. At
ii.ruev -1 leneral James M swiit ..1
Maaaachuaet is ami several othei men
1, 1 prominence.
REPAIR CENTRAL CLUB HOUSF
Extensive Olterations are Planned for
ChigOflKiVS Org miation.
Members of the Chipon-Klvs chth
are planning repalm to iheir hunting
lOfnUj at (eiilial mine lOOOtkai ami
members f lha house committee will
le.lVe ill a I.W llilVs to SllpelViHO al
leratiolis. d'he first HOOT Will he leli
ovated ami iMMuefoux changes in the
arrangement of the kitchen ami dining
looms will he made The WOfk vill
I... roinplee, liefore the i.penilia of I be
part ridge aaaaon.
Members of this eluh are mnnlfest-
lOgJ deep interest in ilie new nnse
law some of whieb, they bell eve, gee
mis Interpreted locally, As the etuis
ksttge is IgOgtOd 10 Keweenaw count)
permits to hunt in thai loealiu will
i.e in-, senary, i in- law is interpreted
ai, to raqulm but one itcenna ami thai
WOUM pi I mil Hie holder to hunt in
Responsibility For Safety of Guns
Rests With One Man.
Chicago, Aug; "7. Pmcfoas stones
valued t $1,600, 1 wen guarded here
oda h ,1 man. while perhaps .1
BOOSg crookt passed the down town
hotel when- Ihev are oil exhihltioll.
This situation, cannon by an error in
1 nn.. I 1 teg only an hour, when Jl go
tectives took up stations around tin
Tin exhibit la gnglHnry la tho four
days ...iv-ntion of llie National l
1. id Jewelers' ass.Mdallon. Is In seaahtg
FIND NEW CASES
Appeals to Charity Bureau Re
veal Much Poverty
With the reopen inu of sehimls. the
annual appeal im 1 binoran's shoes and
i nd. iwear has been Issinl g the us
Ited 'dial Hi--- and ilium .hale
ineaaum gra necessarj 10 relieve fam
ilies in destitute 1 in umsinn. es. A sup
pi of wanring apparel or pgonoy with
wlih h t. pun base i lothltuc is asked
b) ih- hllfOgll. the shelves of which
have been depleted in supptging pro
ioi.s eases. A UelleroUS resMins- like
!v will fotlO X the ggSJggi
Vises that are extremely patlletir
..nut to light with o visit of the MO
ratary of the bursas! to homes from
Which appeals were 1 sailed. OUjg taini-
I) in. father ot whtog dksi mnantlyi
la in a plight Hat holders on ex
treme d h. mother is ill and six cfsM
.Inn. the oldest c4 whom is 11 veats.
an without core. The lather was an
Industrious worklngUMg arhont bonon
iv is reaiwnaibie for the condition of
the family, While on his death-bed.
be issued a statement mnungtlng that
his Ufo insiii.ui. . he utilized to pay
delate and not until bin name was
Heed ot oldi-.u ions, cottkl th- widow
receive any benefit. The will has been
probated but nt Last three months
will i.e required before the foi mall
in ,1 i.w can i.e removed Mivan-
white, tin- familv la without funds.
f 1 or clothing,
A not net rase euually as pitiable a;in
hrouwhi 'a lighi this morning. The
father .1'id in the past iwo or three
weeka, leavvlng a. witlovv ami live chii
dmn. 'i'1 Idesl is II veal's ami the
youngest is a I at be of If months The
eleven rear old bo) is foetehi minded
ttterab!) Incapable of eawhsg for him-
.-ii Counts soalataaoe to the extent
.1 l . lie.ntli ha- I.e. 11 granted the
in.,, i. Pui this 1 InsuaVitent accord
lie. o I lie 1 till it I lull e.i ll.
Amplication I., place the bo In the
lion,.- feeble- minite d at Lapeer has
I... 11 mnh I. nt ilie institution i over-
crowded ami the boy cannot ba m
THAW GAINS FIRST POINT:
HABEAS CORPUS WITHDRAWN
Continued from First Page.
rr main and again, A newspaper
photographer mimed for order ami
I When the UrOWd looked Up he took a
picture. Thaw appeared to enjoy the
attention ho was attracting and
lauxhed outright at the anting of the
photographers, d'he judge entered al
1 11 30.
' o, !"!7, exparte rase of Hairv K
Thaw, read tin- leiU.
I!., lor X'err.l. cuunagl for New
fork state, Interrupted tin- proceed
logs to SX) that New York desired to
resist th.. abandonment of th- writ.
' I do not wish to hear from your
side ot the , BflMV said the COUrt. "Tills
is an exports proceeding."
As this pra lirallv sustained Tha.vv s
law v. i s, the crowd in the court room
rose t., us feet and c bearing madly,
while tiie cheering was at its beeght,
the . rk Clied out the rase was art
'1 in in .1 until 3 o'clocg.
SALT LAKE CARNIVAL OPENS
Wards of the Wizard of the Wasatch"
Formally Open Fete.
Salt Lake tMty, Utah, Auk., i.'".
Throngs oi vlsitora, antong whom are
man) tourists from tin- east, gra in
ilie ritv lor the annual arrival of the
'Wards .. the Wizard of the
Wasatch." d be rciulsr program of
festivities win i pen.-. 1 uman 1 on
and continued through the remainder
..I ih a number of brllllnni
street parades ami pageants win i.e
Klven. A street fair, society drcux
htppolrome events ami athletic ami
uq uatbt ...ntesis also will he Included
11 ih.- program The number of visit -nrs
slmad) here Indk'ate thai lha
CrOVVdS filer III Ih.' Week are likelv
to i.e th. largest ever entertained In
1 hie Ity .
TO SENTENCE DYNAMITER
M.in Who Blew Up Pioperty Wdl Hear
His Fjte Tomorrow.
San J.se, fil. Attg. '-'' When
Walter Thomas, ..t Ke.lvv I CRy, who
recently pleaded xuiltj to a chnrgn of
oust) destrot Ins the pi'operl v . f
Ih. fa. il-.- lloa and Kleenie eompali.v.
1 ruralgned in court 1.. morrow tor
sentence, a strong effort win ba made
1.. have hint mlenaad on probation.
Thomas Vas a lineman tinplio.d h)
ih- i.e and elect rte petnpnng ami was
among those who went out on a getv
i ll strike some time ggo. Daring the
Htriki in- was an. si.,! by Pinkertou
nn n on 1 1. nr. of having dynamited
some .a ii in pony's power pokax
pleaded Rtlllty to the CbOPgO
Over """ iroag of agnofss are
nnnuoll) made m Philadelphia.
AND SAVE MONEY.
Rexall Foot-Bath Tablet g
Recommended by us for medicating the foot '
bath and imparting to it soothing, anticeDtir
deodorant properties. 25c the box.
Rexall Foot Powder
A foot comfort for those who suffer constantly
from burning, smarting or perspiring feet.
ARCHBISHOP RIORDAN IS 72
sm PYanciaco, CnL, Aim.. K, - The
Mosi iter. Patrick w RJordors, bend
of the Catholic archdiocese of Ban
Pruncisco received many ooa granula
tions today on th" ocegglng of his
sevent) second birthday anniversary.
The Archbishop was horn in New
Brunswick, August 27,1841, While v is
it inc. in the east he was taken ser
iously ill ami spent several weeks ill
11 hospital iu Chicago, lie is sai.l I
he in excellent health now.
Major M J Phillips i QWQOSa, will
tectum at th. Roygl theater tomor
row evening when graving pictures of
the siate encampment of the li higati
N'. ill., nil (ill. ml al LudlngtOH Will he
exhibited. Three shows will he gtvan(
iiie Ural ( whleh win in at oVlock.
Arrnngetnents t.. pxhlblt the military
movies in Houghton and Hancock
have aeen made,
WANING OF THE MOON.
Ids linen is 'mini nlaie,
iir, nails are aeatl) monicumd
IfOt powdorod no1-, no H.,,je shOWl
11. i h ui ha- I., i iv boon ' "in ut ed
They sit m a ge lud. d nook.
And surrpetitloual) thej spoon;
And we who set I hem smile, bee an so
We it now they're oti their honeymoon.
ITpnn the boaom of his shirt
A stain of egg is evident;
Round him and his apparel clings
A very Strong tabUlOCO scent.
She. in a state o UCgligCC,
Toys rnreieaoiy with knife xnd spoon,
Alas' She ran't or won't avrrt
d'he aaning of the honeymoon.
The plons wirl is not always
Prooraatlnat Ion is a hii.: word to
rontpllxh on little.
Some men impress their friends
being too i i i. . i.e true
Brest the clrl with rfocks iu
stocking may miss a train
People who itive ndvlcn mute -xi
to tal i, a lot of n lame.
tfott i an fatter inan.v women
culling tin in deoporate (lirts.
J. M. BARRIE S JOY.
Bays a friend of j m. Da trie, the
Knglieh author, moontl) made a bar
net- "He was the most shy, the most
painfull) sensitive creature. He drank
nothing, Walking was a joy to him. i
SUPPOae he must have entered hun-
dredo ot mii. s .a Nottinghamshire and
Derhs . hire. Phitedelphki Record.
(lermany has found concrete to bo
in " client mat. rial for t he atuti lu -
.ion id radiators for sttani ami hot
.Vllter bet I. ami al re, ei.t h.VKielllr ex-
hlbit Ions siali radiators ware shown in
all possible forma ami rulers. 'Pnpulxr
King fleorge may rtait the Palled
Slates next rear. He will he the first
Knglish Koterelgn vve .v. i entertained
shall w. make loop; ot MtrUClveX
ttbo ii it ? 'levetend Plain i tester,
l aa luteal rear S&O.eoo.anA inara
w re made in Illinois
For Stable Bedding
Are proven to be the best for health and cleanliness. Your stjbls
is kept dry and the health of your stock is not injured as by decay
ing straw juices. Tty shavings and you will never want to u
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THE CALUMET NEWS
NEW STATE LAW
Employment Agencies Required
to Take Out Licenses
Although the few elliplov in, nt ,,K, tl.
eies of the eoliper rountl.v ale
to ..imply With, nil delay With th( .
etale iaw mOjUtrmg them to psy n1H
State a lie. use fee of p,., j,,,
there is conxldorahle opposition uoih
r parts of the state lo tins .raisrii
.,t the last session of the legislature
Bmploymsgl bumgus will got pai the
ii. ens leo demanded without i Rght,
Lommteslonsr t Labor Jsnna
Cunningham has issued an order ikxt
all employ ment bureaus in the itau
must cum ply with the ntu 'aw ar K
ait of huainoak at aoxso. The lax u
cnane effective Auguot but lea if
anv emido;, tin til luireau pi . i e tni-' n,
the ItatO have as yet paid tboil Ii
The new stale law giv t the ssssiay.
men I. means the right to i.
as a registration fee. and als,. Q ,,,.
led in per rem ol th.- nisi mosth'a
glory aui to the person placed, la iii
Ono i oint which the employiaMi
humau are strongly objecting to is
that they are now roggpnUfill o My
a $LTi license fee, whiih uill psrtntt
them to do business onlv until De
cecnher IL this year, when tiny mVU
be required to pay an additional I.1',
for tin- year. Ifli, They srgUe taxi it
is ggkkkg too much to make then ps)
t'J.'i lor the right to eon duet I hen SXd
aoot tli four remaining months al
l lie pn S. llt Y
An Sdditlonnl expense will lie.
brought upon the proprietots In th.it
they Will also he re.pl ll '. P. fnllli ll
a 11,000 bond t thO stale
CHANGES IN BIRD LAWS.
Michigan Act Modified By Act of
The socratory of .state announces
ntedlncettons in tho Michigan law rel
Stive to mlKrntory birds, as avsde Iv
an act of Congrsax ssVsctivt 1 n 1
The Mirhinan law ploviile. ..11 .."it
sea.-on on duck, geooOi plover, brant
and jarksnipe from Sent. 1 to DOC 11
The netiernl law. with h will Mov.ro
peotOCtS wood dttOk after Sept 3D this
year, making a riosed gMgon ontu
The open sea.-on for duck, icon ind
brant i- Sept. 1 to Doc, IS. The apes
season tor rails, root and pgllinusrt Is
Sept. i to Nov. at. Tho open sexsos
tor bteck-breaated ami olden ; lover,
Wilson or ktekanlpe ami rreater ar
lesser yeBawlogo is Sept. i to Deo, 13
Ml older shore birds an- nrotecled
i in 1 i 1 I til after Sept. M,
d he ranearnols for the members ol
th.- k . nioir wdl lake I'l o Prldoyi
evening, August ntn nt I nVhrfk in
the MtdRoriuOs oi the Pacted Heart
Anggkl Kapel. ,..ii. hi t"r.
dv "id Isemeut.
TRY A NFWS WANT AD