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SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1913.
THE CALUMET MEWS. PAGE FIVE IN THE CHURCHES OF CALUMET AND VICINITY Local Pastors A,. Inv.t.d to Con t, ,but."to Tin. Department. MM Will App.ar Each SaturS.y. All Notice. Frt, of Charge. PASTORS LEAVE SUNDAY FOR DETROIT CONFERENCE FEW CHANGES ARE ANTICIPAT ED IN COPPER COUNTRY PASTORATES. CopJM I i) in will Ifpsslaati uountry Methodist . krgj - MNtVg Sunday eVegtag f0 attend iiu anual lit,. in.it uiiivivn. a which opens Moaduj afternoon, a number oi bo i, legate will accompany thf clergy, tail gone i the i-uKtortt will be a tonipaaisd by their wives, a change havlag i,. , , . f acted this year in ih.ii as lavitatioaa i.i the wives oi etorgyaton were is sued. only a few changes in copper coun Ury pasti. rates air expected n,,.., ymt am) llMM will kg made through vol- , unary lequesta Rev. M . H ESdred I l-unium will request thai b be re tired frcm t in oogaTarc m lemporsril) Hid Rev, Frank Wattera M ill seek R OhaggjS as he his presi nt charge for Nvi Prog l of Huron town also .'1 A I I.I III j ' lias been in years. Rev. will seek a new charge. ii;iiIh1 by District upertntendenl Mnrvla of Heaceck. tin- followlni del ogatlon will constitute the conference party : Rev. Reuben Croab) Firal Method' Ml Bp boo pel .i Hancot k. Ret . Polktaghoruc l' wabic, Re. . .). II Rankin- Grace M k. of Houghton. Rev. Frank aii. is Atlantic, Winona and Mass City. Rev. Many Roger Baltic. Rev, ,i. .1 sink. Centennial. Ret r. Li Adame Finn M, B. ot 'aiunn-t. Rev. If, Merrill Tamarack. Rev. Ernes) Brown ,loil.;r iv,v and Mills. Mcv Rev. Rev. Rev. W. t, Prout Hurontown Hamilton Magaha) Kearaarge H. Hi Malllason Lake Linden, laaac M. Wilcox Mohawk and . bmeek. Rev. .i. H. CIIW Rev, W. II Mil" Ot t - itiiinnn BC la alii It. .Mi. M. Rev. Richard Rev, Joseph Victoria. Rev i: H, i' '.i i lyon- Palm Ida le. i late) -Rockland anil 'l rimountu In. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL. "Overcomlni Hindrancee," will ! in. aubject of a aertnon by Rev, Luth r w. Long ai iii.' Calumet Congre Rational church Sunday morning, a ..i. wim be rendered by Mrs. ISdwnrdj iv i. in i.i vblcago. a musical pro. Rram e III be Riven in connection with the eveaiag aermon, the subject ot winch will in- "Better thing! for Bv cry body; Ho we are getting them." Tin program follow! Organ voluntari Mrs. Whlaler, Hymn -Safely Through Amithei Week. Myasa -Work, Per Thy Nlghl is i lomlng. gcripturs lesson. Duet Jesus Lover i Mj RauL .Messrs. Hall ami Rodda, Pvayi r. Male quartet Jesua, Ravlour. Pilot Mi'. Messrs. Hall Heel, fadwell ami Rodda. N'.itiies and offertory. Hymn Tryini to Walk in the step Of Thv Saviour. Readings (a)-. b)- r atlin la Mack to W oTM Mrs. Ohaa VanDusen. Roto I Heard the VotCO "f Jesil . Hey, Mis. K.I Vivian. tddr Rev. Lulhet K Long iiv nni mi. a ge Me i le hat Bind i". aedlctloa. TAMARACK "The dlUfCh ami I'l I bh in" Will be t he mon iv Ret . '. M. M. E. ih. Industrial theme of a ser Merrill si the h Buudaj morn evening mon Tiiniuntek M. R, Phui Ing. The topic of tin will he "The RtchSS." CENTENNIAL M Rev. J. I. striko will . ' i E. ndtii Ice a! Me Centennial M. 10. church Sunday moralggj and evening, apeak Ing from the respective themes, rua. M e Carpenter," of Divine Justice." at ;tt ami ggnda) ami "Retribution Claeaca will meet school at Z:t4 PASCO FRUIT LANDS ASK US ALL THE QUESTIONS Vou wish. We'll answer them if we Sgg), If we can't, we'll tell you so. Now, w told you some time ago that we would prove to you that Western Irrigated Fruit Lands could earn as much as 2b0 per acre per annum. Well, the Western Orchardist with whom we became acquainted a few days ifjo is going to loan us a copy of a statement he made for the firm for whom he was working as manager until recently. Furthermore, he can furnish an affidavit that the statement win made in the regular course of bus- ne. and not for the purpose of ad vertising any proposition. So Please (More of it Tuesday.) Superior Orchards Go. I. J. TRU8COTT. Sales Agent. 317'a Quincy St.. Hancock. Michigan. MAY BRING 1915 MEETING OF BAPTISTS TO CALUMET MARQUETTE ASSOCIATION ENDS ITS ANNUAL CONFERENCE AT MANISTIQUE. i ' dun i Bantleta maj aeek the IMS ' onference of Lhi Itarejw tie Baptaa SSBOt i. He hi. the annual RRSfftlBf of which ojoaed Tharaday eveatag Manhttkjue ni ter a. most mm sasfnl Rssslen McVllle, a aooattou mar the Moo ins arajctieatti beea rhoaen far the ItH Donveatiaa hut tin teraaal na !" lion win am be mad. until a com mittee of which Rev. Oeorgs D, Har gee of Laurium la chairman, meets. P. W, AlBaley and Miss Josephine Bharpe, Itotk at Baca aa ha, were elect ed in-sid" ni and secretary -treasurer. respectively, Rev, Merger will leans call for minting shettty when a iui. mam ami other arrangemeats far the mi meeting will be perfected. LBt Quarterly Conference. The ktd quarterly conference of the 'alumel M. I ., church ill be conduct -ed mi Mondaj evening by District Ru perlntendeni Marvin of Hancock. Re porta win he presented ami other bus lassa will he disposed rf, I her.' W ill he ;i i ,., i ot Inn Ttw new membera at the i !alumel M. B, church at ih. regahu ISttf o'clock asrvles lo morroa morning ami the pastor win give a short talk .ui chim h member- 'il In the ..nin. at l:gg, Rev. dains win aseak on The Burning uuan Other services throughoul the da will he as usual. Rev, Atlains will leave ."lie Week lliUII tOSaOftUW eVeo- hsg for the Dstroh M. B, ceafereace at Vpsilanti. CHRIST EPISCOPAL. Ruaday act i wort "w hi in 1 1 i theme i a sVscourse by Rev. .1 A. TenBroei k at Christ church, Bpiaco pal Sunday moralng end the aubject ..i the eveaiag asrmon win be "Gen- i". sit., wthus BSconomy." ::: NORWEGIAN-DANISH M. E "Christ, the Well ."f Uving Wab i will be the subject of a Selllien at the Norwegian Lutheran church Sunday evening. Usual services win be held in the mom Ulg and Sunday School will convene 1 1 1 1 If. .j..;..;. FIRST BAPTIST. Rev. ueorge l. Merger will service al the First Baptist .iiulu. I church Hunday morning ami Chaplain White will occupy the of the Plra( regimen! pulpit in the evening. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. J m. Rogers "i lahpemiag. , i'l -esby leiian M;ssiinar for the upper penlnaula, will conduct mornini and evening service ai the first Presbyter Ian church Sunday. ALLOUEZ M. E. S. rv i.es al the AltOIMM M. B. OhUfch Sunday evening will be In i barge "i John Kneebone. LANSING I. II. L Wemli k ol (trend Raplda, a member of the board "f control of Jaoheoti prison, was fdected chairman of the Join! penologj commlsalon at a meeting in tin . . utive office Wedneedat . Mi Mi l lll'Ui N ( it AM. . no v rhontaa Wellman, tn whom was re ferred Mi' h uiei .h a w ii up fend It culated by Loren A Sherman and pn aented the cits commlasion on w eel, SgO, lias found thai certain nu - tioni ol the proposed leglslatioti arc IliegaL KAI.AM'AJSOU if the managcra f picture I heaters here carry out the If announced intention of opening their pla houses in Sunday, all will be ar- rx ted, declares Char lea H, St ruble. hicl ol polii e. mt. i.kmmns Attorneys lor V il llam Krachti who was granted a di vorce April t without Mo knowledge of his wife, wim, when Informed of it. ,'iad the lie. fee .sol aside nil July If, has notiheu his attorn.. t. re -com mt I' e t il,' Sllil. m i :t If U BOM a conatgnmsnl ai 1 1 Mlkadp type saglaes Tom tin Baldwin locomotive works in Phila deiohii hM just been received al the. local Brand Trunk yards' LANSING Mrs. Charles it Burks, of New York city, requested thai tlovernor rVerta honor the retfulsitloa pipers issued by the governor of New York for the return al her divorced hueheild, who has married a MOOgal iniii . ami new resoles in Detroit, Aim, i.ai' Oeerge a Mart, of Manistee, is deleiidant in a big suit le retain control of ;'7,mmi acres of ul -over land In WeXfOTd oiintv own ed by II"' stale of II. ivtere of Manistee, TRAVBBSi: CITY Mash, r fiber Tne of on the Brlitgs paid luarL Rtrdaafl a it woman lit. I" tor accost w , , rest. further, Iiu iml t rou m i d Mi i. i; woman's hus- PETOfiaKlCY The four- fin 'oftj son ,,i rheSgsM Shannon died ol ptoaMtSM lxlHnli'g due t 'li inltinr sour milk. ,ulU .S All tfag tuitory gggj gggf State Notes TWO BIG SHOWS HERE SEPT. 16-17 "The Girl From Mumms" and "The Country Boy" a plea as a I and wrote onw aunduhce men! in music levels ami theatsrge era in general is she. ban ,v Me. u s beautiful araductlea i "The '!ir fresa Mumm'a 1 a Parisian musical concoc lion wab Miss uilva Vail, the petHtiar rnmedlenne, whleh soeass to the c&lu msl theater tie evenlni of gepteuiber n!. " The uirl fruM Mumm'i Is a (aa clnutlng and aahllaratlag Prenob mu ;i.;.i cock ts II, oonstruotsd for the pur poae nt satisfying a kmgfe!( want, namely, a real mtnrhal comedy that Will app.-al t.i be ear and eye alike. wiiii an latereetiag pint bubbling ami over-flowing with light, ahrj comedy thai will keep Uh audlen la a hu in. nuns igood during the entire per fetmaaee. The musical noveitlea number alg teea, aaasag which are "Morn lag Conatltutloaal," "'erythlag Lies in Keeping BUhV "Captivatlnti deo" "Homesick." "Kangaroo Dance," "Aft ernOOM Tea." "No Pool Like an Md Pool,M Then Night, "We'd Mary,' Te h Me." "Ml Italian I !. s a Reason." "Welti of the ' Mi the Road In Philadelphia,- i.ik. to Tak. Another Look at "The Oir of Mumm'a and Mine." The vast is perfocl and tacludSS IgC most reputable musical comedy stars i m 1 1 i he American stage as follow a: Miss Olive Vail, franklin Mcidsleii. Jackson Barry, John B, frank, PrancJa MoKena, Miss Nellie Walters. Miss fnn Lacy, .ii.-s Marjie Dow, Miss Hazel Regan. The Country Boy. The Brent bin comedy hit of the $ee New Vork season In "The Countrt Boy," bj Bdgar Belwyn, which the Ifeary U. Harris Rstate will preeem" at the Calumet theater, September ' The Company Which will present i he piece here, is a very strong ono nnd contain:, man) vv eel Known local fav orites 'flic name ..i Henry B. Harris alone la a guarantee that the produc lion will I,.' of the highest class possi ble. The stofv of "The Country Boy" is of a youth who comea to New York to will tame and fortune, His la. k of success at home lie attributes to I he limitations of a small town. There he has a charming home, a good mother, ami a aeftsibte sweetheart, all of which he leaves behind, in New York he is soon caughl in the maebttn of a busy world and loses eight of the stimulus lor his ambition by al ia, hum himself to a chorus girl II y.' it I his time ami money on her and ai lasi cornea to me end or nis rope w hen he loses his position. Hisappoint ed ami defeated, dCMpiiir overtake him. Winn eboui to make awes with hlmaelf, he la caughl in the firm kim of a man with a health) and optimis tic lew of life. vho labors hard anil Hucceuua in rratortng tne ooy to ins original aeif-reapect and enthuaiaam. The youth returns to his hOBM toWg to fight anew the life Hi auceeeda L,'irl who has never abate in the least great atruggle of and wins hack the 1 t her love i or him The pies iccin.i .vith character studies of typical hab itues of "The Qraal White Way" and as contrast, v o also see the h allhv. aturdj Americans, partlciriarl) In dlgenous to the sgaall couatr) towns. -Advertisement. ORPHANS IN HAPPY REUNION. Childron Separated Ten Years. Meet With Brother in Wolverine. Vim . nt .unl She! Qoulettc of Port Huron, Kioreme Whitera of Bntons i;..i .ml William PrOUt of Wp!VcrinCi "ho hi r.' separated by the ihalh of tin n mother and biter deserted by tiu ir father, no t iii the home of th brother in Widverlne thla week, tin lo t reunion In lea yeara Tin- meet Ing was a happy ope, .m incident thai the) silt long remember. The family origtaatly tesldt -i al Ish pemlag where the mother died ten veils BSO. Ille eliil.'ren were lots ranging between six ami nun via id nm. ulleraMv unable to ran rol themaelves. Moved by tleapcration the father dsatSTsd ami the chlidrol were pieced ill the Mood Will l.i'm Blveatusll) u homea were provide. for them ami the father later relln nuiahed all claim upon hla offspring. veils p issed ami the parental hive re turned I., the erring father. He gtadt vain effirta hi again secure possession ..I' the Children bUl they cxplesse.l no rltratM ti return to his cure. Nie.v are now vouii" men and women. healthy and despite the afflict km of which the) ever will ba cease lou. tin v enjo) life. i' rum i Muaaei the) w in u to i m tonagon to vlglt si the Wlntera' home ami later they will visit the fester parents at Port Huron Thomas Family Reunion. A (..voiis reunion occurred SI the home ..( William Thomas of Alhion this week when brothers-in-law and sisters-in-lav .cv ral of whom hSVS not seen each other in Iv cnty years, met. i me of the guests was Mrs Pgjtsr Harrieen, who jsurasyed from taenamshfrs, Bagtaad, to stset her rel atives. The brothels ami sisters wim were pressed were John Brews of like l.imhn. Nicholas I. .own of Cal iimrt, M.oheil Miown oi i iiuniei, iirs William Cray of Laurium. Miss fllen Miown of Calunaet and Mrs. Iluiison. All wet. h ii n in l'.niann. Meinit in over l4t.9M pounds chcIi. MM! and sacks ol I til imported Hour of IN mon In Albion will toko pari In an athletic carnn.il and mid day which la to he held lihor duy on the col ic;.' tuhh tic Held. HOUGHTOiJ TIJAN INQUEST IS ADJOURNED Following Today's Session Post ponement is Taken John gtaSMsch was the lirsl witness to he put oil Hit stand in the TljlUI impo st Mum gaUfning Stiiu.n h am. John Kafag were the rasa who cross ed Deputy Humphre) Qufck'a guard line .'l lkaSaSSdale the afternoon ..f the shootiriK. the attempt to urrost whom led te the tragedy, gtlmach tastlfted he had been down to South Baagi after strike banaflf. Sloag With twelve Othei men, and that tin' galea Batpnlied them with orders on a -aiiKc 8tote. On their way hack to their ganfdittg house they mot gun k ai.d wet tiered to turn sack Quick, ssnatdtag tu Btlmach, told the men ha would will them H they re fused. They wile in IgaOTSnce of the fact thil Quick vs.is ,i deputy sheriff or watchman and knew him ool) as a trammel bOSS Stiimlih tSStthed Miat he and hl- companlon went on and he declare.: li.it h- could remember m derails of the conversation between them with the exception of i.i i.ck's ommaiuls. When the deputies arrived lie. SM- raaeh, was in the house. He declared that 'us attention was attracted by Mo- nois. OUtelde ..ml Miat he went in the door and looked out. He saw deputy bolrthsg stolan aad then turned and went hack int.. tin. house. Knew Little of Shooting. Stim. o h kSSttfied h did not go .nit a gals until after tho deputies had gone, lie heard shota when he reach ed Ih" middle room (dining tOOtn) and saw the n'licr in. n coming in .Met him. He saw Btanko Btepeeh (the .m a who la still In thn hospital) lying on the stairs. He testified that as h flood h i king at lam I... fell .i ahol I lila side ami hurried upstairs Th wound in his side with three Inches long, 'u- declared, hut was merely . skin wound. He wnn frightened by what had Happened to him that h did in.' recall I'utr, n i.euu: shot, imr any of tho other del ids that did no: directly concern him. He was positive, iiow.ver, thai nont of th" boarders were lirmed with hi. i nus from a w.i y ; lept and thai Rn sin. Is w ere lir. i he inside of the In use. He vveiii as soon as tin deputies left an) in frank Stlgllch'a house. He explained t'os cotdu I lij saying that he wag afraid tic deputies were com Ing buck later, to shoot the reel ot them He went 'back i" the PSjttiCh house iii mi. morning and waa then al lesled. He declared he s.l W nolle of the deputies ill the a. I Of BrtSgJ. In his lestimouv he made incidental reference to a raise ami when Proa seating Attorney Lucas bad finished with the witnesssa Mr. Uatbraitk took up this point BMmaoh testified he had found iii.- rake gtaging outside the door gg)d that In had pUSfesd It into iiu yard to pteveal th'- deputies from breaking it Be did nothing elae with it he teStlBad. This was when he 111 went to Hie door aftet hearing t voices outskle. l he proaecMllna attorney then naked Mm wltnesa more ggeationa Btlmach declared he could Identify the man that had ids h nul on Kolan atkM were brought in at pointed out Raleigh as Mo The dep I Btlmach m. i li w ho had taken hold of Kol in and had a gnu ui his hand. Kolan Put on Stand. lohn Kolan, Mn man whom Mi.- dep uth's wire tivinii to arrest when the hooting vvas preelpltsted. followed Btinuich on 'In dand. lie toolt no th" narrative :t tic point wiute he tirsi ..i . ti..- depai lea 1 1 decla i ed thai the lepullca, besded kg a ' s'mht. dark nan." lamped over the fence and that i he le ider said to him "i ome with me lie retniett, o. He declared thai the depot) pound. Sd him over the head and that he managed to set away from him This was done twici ami linn Kolan man nged . r. in the abetter or the houw lie heiil'd the .l.o.itina while he wis ii) Mie In. use but did n.t '..now what room le was in when he heard it lie then Went baCll to the incident Mi; t preceded th.. arrival of tin- dep lilies. tie il. cl ued thai BTtcr lc.iin South Range he bad gone to the post ollli e ami tin n nail taken tin- pas thai Qvloh waa guarding. He describ ed mooting Quick, tin- trammer boaa on the path ami declared that yuh'k had threalene.l them with a ClUb, Th V cut light 1 'a' nl. how "V IT. Is'.. I in asserted that thc had called ijiiic no nnmes m-r nail in. v sworn at him. Deputies Excused From Testifying The succeeding witmsses. Vim-cut Rice l. Angela Roganl, Cease re Etoninl Bad Mk'io 'limit added Vc. little ! Mn Information already obtained These men nil tSSesfhpJ Miat they Iiv I a short distance fr.nii Mie Put rich house and In a Reneral way the) aav tin ahoottng, hut knew very little of the detail. t tins point, the deputy abet 1 1 1 s Tames. Molkinnhol lie. Malelnli. I.i r if. II and liavtfl, were Riven an oppui Mltlllv to testify. They Were call.. I In- dlvtdually, am1 Attoras) tTMlbralth, tin ir counsel in each . aSS, pleaded Mn ir caraSitutlonsI prfvllsga ami then refusal to teetlf On this issu. , '..r oner Little encased them frafg teat if) IDK. Joslah OOl line undertaker ot S..:,t! Range, was i ailed on the stand ami testified that RC had taken charge of the body of A' sfS Tilan the night of the shioliUH. I 'e -M had hit on 1 d GOES TO GANAOA TO HOLD ITS SESSIONS U. S. Bar Association to Open Convention Monday Montreal, Ang K -Mes who make Interpret ami expound laws, rats who have Ssrved their cOUatT) in the high est saecntlve,' judicial, Isgialtillra ami diplomatic po ItiCMWi men who hear on Rnbts foreheada ami furrowed hseea the utdalthla marks of Intellectuality, am' wBoss thoughtful gtaaess ami pos itive sp. ecii betok.n tin trained mind ami judicial temperament - these are tin enmpsnani pans nt tin die tin gtitsked eosapan) now ussrmhllng u thtl ity for the annual ReSStttsg of the American Mar association and the coli fereaeeg nf the several allillat. ..I oi - gaaisatioaa Tins will he tin- sggf gcesasoa on whu ii the ceaveation ot the dmnrtitsa Mar association has In en held out -id. the iiattad states Oraat Isaportanoa is attached to this fact, in oalllag at- legttloa to which Ih. auiiount elllenl of the executive committee ssys: 'The meeting undoubtedly win tend to ce ment im re (Irmly tin already warm re. la turns between the member.-; of the bar ot the Untied States ami Canada, am! will bg a lilting forerunner of the celebration in February, IM4. of the centenary of peace between Hie two great Bngibihapsaklng nations of tic world." Noted Men to Be Present. The association has been fortuaa L in securing as ggsakera am' gassas Ma- . invention three men who at eSSiacnl as rei.n s. ntatives of th bench and bar of Mine ol the lending nations. These Rgen are Mn lit. Hon. viscount HsMsaa. lord high ehasatel ior ot Qreel Britain; WfdJIam n. Taft, former president Ot ' fuit.d Stat. - and llaltre Labor i, llatoanier .f the bar of fans, famed i. r ins defenaa of afajor I rei (u and Rntila Sol l The convent lea arltl held Its opening session Monday morning in the as- eembl) hall of Ih.- Royal Victoria col li ire Tin- Opening address will b" delivered by the president, frank U Kellogg, of s:. Maui. Monday after nooa Lord Raldane will deliver tin an. sual sddrcaa before th" assotilsthai si the Princess theater, being Introduced Sy Chid Justice White of the Ba pn me Court of the United states Piper hy Ex-President Taft. The session of Tuesda) morning vvni be devoted to the reports of standing ami special committees. Tuesda) eve ning there will be a aympoelttm on The Struggle for tin Simplification of Legal Procedure." discussed under three aub-topica, as follows: "fl a Causes." bj Indgi w. ; Cook, of the federal voutt of appeals, Kansas: "Le gal Procedure ami social Unrest." b) Judge Chariea Barks, ef the Marylsnd conn of appeals; 'The Moal ami it-. Attaiami nt." by wdiiam a. Blount, of Mens, icola, fla. The feature (.f Mie AVedm sdav ni'Tn lag session wiil he a paper by former Presidsnt gffRlam ir Taft. The Tues day sad Wednesday aeaskma win be held it the Royal Victoria college Minor Organizations to Meet. Tin (onvention will be brought to a clos. Wedne.-d iv evening with grand banouei at tho Windsor hotel, fgtaatot Rllhu Root, of New York, will preside and former Preeldenl Tsft aad Maiirc lAibori will respond to loasts In addition to the si gsleas of the convention proper there win be meet lagg of the Cora pa rat Pfe Law bureau, the aectioBa of legal ami patent taw, tin- Association of American Law School-, and the American Institute of Criminal Law ami Criminology. AN ANGEL Old Lsdy-Weta htrtfs a aiUHg for you my poor man. Tramp A shillin' ' LOT blSSS I r. Ivdv. if More ever vva:; a lalhn ggigSli you're it' London Opinion FAMILY REASON "Whv do vim drink so hard all the linn '' "M wife Won't spe-lk to inc wliell I'm drinking. Tows Topics a i, Mil i - ited aquknreia, arhlch were al one time considered an addition to the city's wild pets, have becegee Md gulasisri a thai the consgson council has taken awav protection from them and allowed CltlSsns to kill them. "o si . iai agsncj i iii its demands on the operation t ban publl mot t ea no s ohUf) h f"i . 0 health, and tu agene) offers a greater return ior sner gju upetsllmt." s.ivs Dr. Baaion w Williams health commissi. no i of V" i r ylnla. 'anad i -n I'.M ! exported barrets' of ftOOT. Ilalv's exports .or tin liisl half of 1911 totaled ISia.719.lS8 nark on It. a battel wound on the left side of the hack, near the llrst and second rihs, gist ling from the holt. on. He did not open the ho., sc In) not know the curs, of the bullet, but ns there was onb one bullel hole the inillet undoubted!) remained in the bedl . ir. Alfred La bine, ount physkdan. was ciihd to tin atand n gsve his pin. .u that 'i'i tan . ame to ins seal h oiiml. Rsdgjhsg from tin fact thai the OgggJ man apt an ntlv bad been ,i. nod health and there weie no other marks of Injuries on hi? b.-dv At this point the im pn st was ml- fumed till W( dnesdav morning al I'i o'clock In Coroner Little's offset In ii" meantime tin- hod of TMan aH1 be dislnterrel and an aUiOpO ROT termed 'o d. t. i mine the exact cauae death , UPPER PENINSULA How Ishpemuiy sVgg Named in ths eufreaf kssgs nf She LnsSss Home Journal is found an int. n -tini: artscla on the Raashsg of inns Tim refsreaca to lahpmlng iii..w. "Many ysars age a noted . gjef ot the tribe of t'hippewa Indians, while bunting, smunded i deer ami folkswed 'i f.r mtlea The chass was kaag ami very Severe an, the Indian was in Mn- last stages of exhaustion from fatigue and ia k of i i ami water, v hen In found btmt ell oil 1 1.. lop ol u wonderful mountain, at tin fool ot wim h m .-Med a beautiful sake, crystal clear, Prom the surface, of the lake trout leaped, and UPOB the shore lay Mn geei be had hunted. H.re ateta food) water, fish and luel for I. I UK. "Rgtadng his binds ami facing the netting sun. the exnausted hk f es claimed 'lahpiasing ' which In the ( l ilppews tongue meana 'Heaven oi The Place on HiKh: The glory was l'ellieml.ered and the name given b) tin- Indian was adopted b th.- white settlers when the present vitv ui tshnesateg, Michlgsa, vvas t a msd." Ferns May V sit Maicp.ette liovtsriior reiTta ma) vlit Marquette Rent im uiili to attend IImb lust formal session ot Mie new penolog)' colunils- akm, urganhnsj In Lansing the week, wimh vni he bold iii Mart)uett Bsp tember The governor le deelrous ..i '."inn present when the srorfc of the IHITiiml loll is outlined an, I has in tend the date m i. is angassmem k. tinlesi aoniethinc unforeseen conn s up la- aIll i iine to Marqnette on the first Hip north of th. strait.- In- has made since he look office, An additional In centive for him to conn is a de site to viaii Mie Marquette prison ami th.. Korthern Mormal, as he gas a"t 'I had i garni I anil) p. look over eith- r instill. M. ui Ai the oruaniation meeting of the iH-nolugy commlsekm, which was at tended by w.uden Russeil ..i tie Mar 'lUettl priaon. who arrived home ves- terday, O. if L, Wernicke, . promi neni furniture manufacturer of Grand Raplda ami a member of the board of control of tin- Jackson prison, waa ' h led . La inn an. ami A If li d ii Loekl . of the loma reformatory board, vice . hahramn, Mr. Wernicke had rat h in do with framing the hill eatabUsh ing the commission and belle vea thai it win pave the way to Important economic ami a large meeeuri ot un ification in prison ud ministration in the slat". The work of the Moal'd W Ul i.e Inrgel) plnnned at the session to in' held in Marquette, Among other things it la expected inai in. Hoard will make ; mprc- henslve atady of the Utwa relating to prison sdmiatetratkm and report to the legislature from tin,.- to tint th meii of amendments as these needs develop. As it is composed "I Mn member- i.i tin. huuids of control, man:, of whom have had experience in prison administration, and of the Wardens of (lie geVeral Inst It ill ions, it is a beard of experts and it is believed its rccommodattona win onrr) ngaeh weight with the h islature. It Is ox ported that Ih'' influence ..I the board will be snflicicnl to head off poorly considered prison legislation. The board is also empowered to take up and investigate all complaints I s gain at prison officiate, from wardens I down, and While has Ho MlVer of removal, that power reeling with the boards uf control, it is regarded a--1 certain that its reports on charges would can) mack weight, it provideg much n I' d mSChlner) for a disin terested Invsetlgation t coniplalnta The hoard will prescribe nib for he governing of the prisons in mat ters such as the one of punlehmenla ami will U gore lee a general overalghi over I heir management with the idea of rushing ii as progressive aa possi ble. Every membera of the board has Colorado in the Qool Shadow nf thv Rockies Low Round Trip l:ares in effect tidily until September JOth to Denver, Colorado Springs mt Pueblo Enjoy the bracing Colorado air, the balm days and cool, delightful nights the many one-day mountain excursions by rad and auto, where you can see the snow in lummfr wtthoct the attendant cold of winter Mountain Peaks, where tie clouds flo-M below instead of above you trips in the canyons bv cainage, hurro or afoot a choice of side trips for every day of vour vacation. Take IhS onlv muto that is double tracked all Me Wa to Cotonsdo; that is prot.n ted h automatic ec. irli blocg ifetj signals the mn- t it'e disla in c Chicago, Union Pacific and North Western Line Two Splendid Trains Daily Kol f ii ft Let part iculars as to spoeill. fans irmii v.m holm station, tram gspvtei . st . all on Chicago and North Western Railway TICKETS AGENTS D . S. S. A A C. E. WEBB, G. A. Chicago and North Westei n Dougias House. Jexpn --.. tt . pun i bsagli passagl , 1 1 th. Marquette ma m. SAY, ATMOSPHFRE IS f.OOD. I Central Howard A-.s'n. ft gent Speaks o Manpiette Prison. i . (.iaics, pe lal re re.s tit.i 1 1 v n I th" Central Howard gRsociatiisg. a v'isitor in Marquetts yestsrdsy, gavo iiu. Marquetts prison a nigh place aavag no- inatltutlong be rhdtg psga lodicnlly m Michigan, Illinois. Indiana, .-i on.-ui. Minn. ..t.i Ohio and Iowa, li s otic o the best.' In gald. "I bllSS this statement on m) obsrvatiou of the altitude ul tin men 1 1 ward one an other, i t tin otjlccls toward the UC II ad th.- cfRcera tnevard each other The atmoaphere of the Institution is msrs thai oi a reformatory than a penal In st i tut ion. it is an stmoephcre thai can only be pro.lu. . d i v the u pplica tiog "f right nieiuod." ." 'Tin- Central Howard ass i. ial mn," Mr. Dates a;;serei'. ' has li p.,st ve.ii conaldcrabijr sxtendud it . work of sue 'oring ex-convicts nnd paroled men m need of assistance. During Itia, Ldtf applleats krsre ssatstsd ami LfM saw applicants applied lot help NilietV- six men an under parole le ti.e aa p. riiiieiid. nl ami lit to oilier persona w. found that bj per cenl at the man eiik'ying clemeC) sompieted the parole ... i nni.; with t cdii. i'l.. paroled men a i raged ' If a month In earn in ga it cost th. association an average nf Mi."''! pel man to pla." iml assist all Mie applicants during the year. Tin iggregate earnlnga of Mie paroled men Rndel M.e car. of th" i,'- tttoa wa in ('X' ess it I4S.N9, OUT WOlil was carried on tor a lltth in exceaa of iu, nnn. it is suK'ortcil entirely 'ay v.d gntar) subscriptions." FIRE DRILLS REQUIRED. A omnium. .Mion has been received bv I... ai acbool boarda from Btaiai fin Alarshiil John T. Winship. calling attention to the lire aiasnhal law which t. qulr -Ml teacheSs to i unda t fhe drUIn at h ast on g month, and BOS that ail exits are opened during school hours Similar commitiii i-atlons hav also been received by police officers. Vo dlficult) Is oxpccUd in Calumet or the schools hav.. always been In Mn forefront in tin- matt' r of rou ductina inc drills ami taking all pre .mt. .cis to prevent dlmatere, AMUSEMENTS. O Y A THEATER Next to Post Off.ce. E. C. Richards, Mgr. R L Mr. Sprigs Buys a Dog THOSE LITTLE FLOWERS BiO'jrnph Comedies HENRIETTA'S HAIR BORROWING TROUBLE Seliu Comedies COMING SUNDAY. AUGUST 31 Pathe Weekly Review No. 39 With Pi urcb of Leal Strike Parade SPECIAL LABOR DAY MATINEE Mood ay. September I. at 2: 30 RY. Ry. The Modern Prodigal V'tgraph Two-reel Special