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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER
rAGE TWO
1913.
THE OALUIT W S.
Houghton
MURDER CHARGE
NOT SUSTAINED
Former M. C. M. Man Released by
the Detroit Police
Paul I'aiwcll. m grad ii. 1 1 mi the
Michigan College ii Mines m the class
.1 IH8g, who was grreoted iii l''ii'ii
m r 1 1 1 on .i . taw ge ot i ii i h i i' i ins i
poindings tunned riiii Hotwedel wrtu
get free last hhK b) the Detroit po
pe, iu csi iMt i..n bavlni i eot Hi'
the officers th! r.iiw.U ku :noi -tut!
i the crime for which ii' was
taken Into coated .
i .tiwiii sni released on (he t ist I
mi. ii' nf v Mi.im Etui linger, who
boarda eear the place a here i-'arweii j
lived, grho proved an alibi b elating
thai he Mm I'.n'Hi ii in big room nl j
the time f the laurder . The officer j
wan ktitad In tAe ultey Immedlatel)
behind Pnrwell'a residence and this
led to tli' guspieion directed against
th form r M, i M. man.
!' ' oil after graduation front Ihe
college ,.r mines wi iii w. si u in iv he
iii-iil .1 number of positions. When laal
reported in id liege authorities, ln
held .i position at Kin ampin, in,
omlng, i'iii for Hie pool Pea -.n-s he
haa been reaidlng la Detroit, Be
claimed to have perfected a gun
"which wim.IiI siii.ni farther than an)
gun ! i he pi est nl day" nnd hi Intend
ed in time i" eell it t" the United
St .ii go ernment,
Farwi ii gufferi d, according t lux
landlady, with rteuralaU "i ibe head
until in- crag :i menial wrecks, He talk
ed wildly anil aii rami. 'in and it aa
one of these remark! of hti thai
rauaed the polio ti first suspect him.
.xi timea he would ruah modi)
down tin stairway, gobbing hystec
loaltj appeureatlj over nothing, declar
ed ins landlady, Mrs, Taylor, During
these times in- would rush out to too
1 1 1 1 i a ml m i ik along erj mt: a nd I
have .-t- ti a crowd t' children follow
linn ni.tt-v tinn-s. The pain In his head
from neuralgia iteemod lo bother him
.-I that he wnll staii'i aval' s! .i tree
anii hold hut head
do not think then
Ihe man and i he
ii was durtel
M. Its. '
With both
was any
ill. I shoot
bands
ha rm
BARAGA COUNTY FAIR
th Ml higan College of Mines, left
second annual fair 8aturUa afternoon for Champaign,
range hall, Haraaa j III,, where he w ill attend eeaalog of
lay and Haturday, th (hinese Students Alliance Confer
under the auspices ence. The conference is a national af-
Keptt nil..-r
of s. wanl
na N
tn. I Bar
ir, ii
I ia rrr
ighton
Qeller.
IN MENOMINEE.
!T. 5.
"HE WEATHER.
rviili,,n Uli n
ite t m .
i ritberm
h mrriftiHii
'.. 'I i
f fstaal H.r pre?
0 ' .
' . oad, i.m-i ipti
of .61 lie b '.r g
II
:i imore
grate. . .
H it hum . .
Marqtwtto, . ,
M ik. e
Ni n ' u lean
Ni w Tofh, .
Pari rthur.
H.m Kr.m. .
h'. I'aul
Washingtsn.
V lmnpes- . .
n
Department
GUNDLACH LANDS
A BIG STATE JOB
Will Erect Administration Building
at Marquette Normal
Herman Uundlacfa tin- Houghton
it tractor who erected tin- Ishpemtng
tire hall and who r ntt) was award-
i ii the contract tor the new buMdingg
at the Newberry hospital tor the tn
gnnr. will put up the ghnlniatmtiu
building n the Wort hem Btnte Normnl
at Marquette, the state board of edu-
at ion having accepted his pcoeTec tr
the work a Lansing Baiureev)
Mr i in ii. i. h H.i-. yesterday una-i.u-
t. ive the figuree at which the
board stave him the contract, for he
wag informed thai l hail modified the
plans somewhat, bul waa not Inform
ed ta to i in details He gsoectod, how
over, thai Ma bid v ta under the ap
propriation of $ I '. I tor the struc
ture, an.) he assumed that the contract
prli is something. less than this
Bg re,
There were pome eight or lea hid
ih i h on Hie . ontrset,
W or;.. wi i Im Started as soon as Mr
liundlacb la able to complete i In- pro
llminary arrangements, ami he said
yeaterday thai the foundation vvdi be
iln tailed ihia year, Thai, in itself, will
be a ...i ilderabla undertaking, eg the
ground area of Hie structure will call
far moving i large uuantliy of ma
terial. a luiaemenl extend under
i he i-ni Ire building,
Tin plana tor tin- 'Milldtng caH for
a fireproof tructure with coaoroto
Roon re-enforced bj ateet, It mtist
be turned over to Hie board of eduoa
Hon In the spring '(' 19IS, ami ea Mr.
Oundlach expects to i.- able to bagig
nrk 1 n the superatructure earl) m-xt
aprlna he expreasea no doubt that he
win be able n meet this requirement
of the control t. .
With the exception of the court
house, the new structure will he ly
all odda the most eoati) ever Wee tad
.n Marquette, and its erection will
employment to a large force of
v'siii.-d workmen for aeveral monthg
ATTEND CHINESE MEETING
K. LU, M. C. M. Student, to Attend
Conference at Champaign.
K. LaU the fnl Chinese stmb-nt at
i fair but
mailer
and east
ded
inti
nii'i
t life.
wea
II.
ai.out ,ooo Chinese col
in the Cglted Stales ami
ire In the middle western
w hich Champs ik n is l.
.. i is the oni Chinese
- M C. M.
.. in -
STRIKE PICTURES AT STAR
ttrlk i -1 i urea w in. h were tak-
month ago in t'ahiinet and which
Iteen si a at a numbet of cop
. .at i theaters will be seen t his
Ktar theater In Hough-
Department of Agriculture.
WEATHER BUREAU.
) - .
V'
, ,x
i IPtV
-s; -r lew.
ra h-frl Iohiir
ir nri-' iro rriliu nl t'
'i i r.is of equal tcmiierstiiri'.
I Boa (v) report nlwiM. grrowety with dm wind kitm IggMg teserstatei
l boue tlilrd. insxlmutn wlnrt veloelty.
'
i I . .
, I S. Weather Bureau,
rl ton, Mi h.. s. pt. IMS. Kor. -
II 7 .. m Wednesday,
t -t. rm ..: groni neiK'. which was
ssti rdaj morning tn north
Uh rta ami nnnhnlrhenrgfi has
separated, pgfl peangng
, i ard R it- dtfOi ti.-n of Hudson
ltd pt icklng to the eastward
n et i iritiah t 'otambhu The Iketurti
., tht nod hw ni nssnjd rorj
, i, viinii . ,,i i .-sierday in tin-
,i . K ghm and Upper Mississippt
and i" 1 show org al gnnehor
,r polntu In I hi aecttonn A field
, rip hog d. rsfssaaj M "
.... plghM slates, i-auslnk! " loHl -
m .md inn. n cooler wenthor en the
. . i: Moimtnin siine Anoth
ee fteM ni htgti preaauro, with its
rresi n the North Atlsnth states.
M Ins
lastppl River :md fair, warn,
a eather
sHIaeMgh
points in
n j pTl
how
I i..ns.
aome
CIRCUIT COURT
TERM OPENED
Strike Cases Not to Be Started
for Several Weeks
Tin September term of tin Hough
bag OOtint) i in lilt OOttrl opened this
morning at the county building, Jmim
p. ii cy Brian proaldlni The isgaiog
.is USWll was without unusual ilttetest
with the exception Of entering- the
pleaa and the arranging of the ogfcgv
.i.u. jurj im. lis as usual commence on
i he eeoond .ia of the court
The strike eases, iioumi vliich the
principal interest ill the present term
..niers, win not begin tor osvoral
sreekl vi. acoordfcgaj ton SOClelng vir
tually arrived nl yesterday, The new
l ,-. iai prosecutor, eurgs
H. Nichols.
asked tin
range
give lilm
Raplda a
ouri this m
calendar if
, ha not to
rning lo so ar
posalble as to
. turn t Grand
and try case .town then
I'Hrien was agreeable and will
to arrange the trial oalendar
Jttdl
Otter
gg as to give the Jury euougb wont
to keep l hem buoy until Mr. If lehoU
i an ret urn.
The tinal decision ha thla matter
will, however, be delayed until Thurs
day A i thai tune Mr. jNiehobj will
know how much time he will require,
Stiff Fight From Federation.
Tin- Western deration promlose i
still llcht on nil "I" the eases gPOWtaf
out 'i the strik.-. Attorney Angus
K. rr. w I en Mr. Nichoh- was pres.-nt-,
,1 (,, ih .- .nit as the ik w prosecutor.
rice la i .i that he reserved the i;ht lo
mak
have
the
take
inter
plie.l
t tl.it
was
Mich
any objections that lie miKtlt
Mr. Nichols at OttOO informed
COOT! that he was prepared to
in oath that he had go special
si n the c.is.s rod Mr, Kerr re-
thal it was not on this ground
in- would abject hut that he
Investigating the legality of m
.is' appointment
acc
pr-
pt the special prosecutor for the
tnl ami any objections thai Mr,
migtll wish to make could be
Kerr
i titer.
any
w h.-n Mr, Nlch ! took pari in
Strikers Stand Mute.
l-'iftei i. .'' the t:: eas. s on the crim
inal calendar arise from the strike. Of
these one was nolle proooed, one was
not tak. II up and thirteen St 1 mute
rod pleas of not guilty wore entered
Phe cost thai was nolle proised Wi,!
thai against Louis Chopp. from Su
perior, charged with resisting an otii
eer, The prosecuting attorney stated
thai the offense hail not been as great
Sa Woe lit st repot ted and that the man
k.-oi been in jail continuously since
July M. lie believed that the montk'l
hnprlsonmeni was puntohnwnl enough
for th" all. '.. .I offense and moved that
Hit . aoe be dropped. The pjdge took
this i.-w ami acceded t" the request
The following nre the eases In which
pleas f not guilty were entered; i n-
ar.it White, concealed weapons; George
Kales insisting u seTtoor; Rode Hio
ovlch, i on, , .Hied weapons; sieve De
rh h. concealed WeapOMi Andrew Tes
ten, cone ,, led wesponsl 'Mike 5rent.
eonceoted weapons; Andrea Vines and
looeph Hufonia, resisting an oftieer
w hile aerving a process; George Male.'
aaaault with intent lo do groal bodily
harm less than the crime of murder:
'i ontltnion llnrl pn'. through pnltil
ilriiwn mil? (or rro, trrrzlng. an". nnl 100 .
tin South yssterda) or last night,
i-air atiti cooler nsnther is Indies ted
for HiiM trtcinity tonight ami Wednsn
tiny. Modersts lo brisk tfestorly
inda e in prot "ii
1 bervrr
PRIZE POEM
Iv ll I
Arrested
rj obi ahmth np
rogue, wtin soon
i ntawa
i.i
The :i--ii i h iron Mtvnr
-r niiHt kg revolver,
lint, ulax! every kaad t,Hi hCl
tswa lodge
ti shot-
To cool the ni
work biggur shift
nrmnn eonl mln
i vr under ground
lbs ownera nf
tnnpi aoe ah ii i i,e
-ii i m . of the ground
through the working!
Htnl atea it
Han;
trh
i ..( it
! II
dopte
V sl. l
looeph ai ihcicinch, mailt i. mi- attoggpt
to gsntro) propotMij Laso linlkovleh,
aasgull with intent to do great ttrdHy
harm; Ku.ni.i 1-ikkotich. concealed
weapons: Israel Harris, IntlnUdntlen
1 1 wo . .lints.)
Tin' ,asi .luainsl lasnla l-'o.lar was
inn prepared yet and arm be taken up
later. A similar plea is i xpectcd. I'o-
dar is charged with assault with in
tent t I ill aii.i murder
Eleven Plead Guilty.
if the twenty s4ghl casee on Ihe
criminal calendar havniu no connec
tion with the strike, el.w.n Of the de-
fendante pkaadod guiit today, four
' en not guilty, twi wert nolle proos
d and one .Icl'eii.lani ii .lid not ap
pear through a misum', i i .Hiding.
The following entered plegj of gUll
t) Katie Vairo, son-payment "i Ii
.iuoi tax; Peter Mnrilnsc, mloon open
on Sunday: Marcus Stork. Saloon
, p. n on sumtax : Armido Tumbellini,
saloon i pen on Sunday: Paul Chopp
statutory ; Lou hi Qnkfl, keeping gam
ing house; I. o uls ansa, keeping gain
ing house and keeping saloon open
after hours; Kugcnc Lavlgno, saloon
pen, on Sunday; John ii Ktastl. sa
loon open on Sunday: l'-"i 1' i'arr.
statutory
Plena of not guilty mtered by Ihe
following deiendaniH charged with
Crimes having no conn i n with the
strike: l5ichar' Chllghan, saloon ope i
after hours; Walter Tanplo, robbery ;
BUsahoth Yoo, charged with selling ii
qnor to n minor; John Bray, violating
leejoof law hy not nemoving ecreene;
Richard Williams, statutory; Joseph
poggione, saloon op n on Sunday;
Prank Bohrer, gnk pen after
hours; .Tohn Melnnrdt, saloon in i n si
deuce district: James Itoca ami Mi .
laaCrOSSS, statutory; Morns Spi.lel,.
statutory; Wait, r Wallace, embessle
mint; JpOoh Wernis, violating Rsfa
lavvs. Mike Kgacng, violating saloon
laws by keeping open on legal holiday
and on Sunday, two counts.
Walter Tapplo's ease was put Inte
the ham s of I.. N. L grin, the d. -
femiant appearing without an nttor
,ioy. The same procedure was gone
In lUgh in the gggfi of Walter Wallace.
a resident of itoston. MsseH who re
ported that he was without funds. His
case waa put into the hands of Attor
ney f. P, rismhttssr.
John Pis ota did not appear, Ho . x
pla nation was forthcoming end a cunt
i Ulcer as given Inst rucl ions to llml
him.
Tile case of the people i ISUS Jellllie
itarnes. dinged with statutory of
fence, was withdrawn b) the complain
ing nitnesg and Ihe esse was nolle
pi osaed
The case against J. aeph Plnney,
charged with defffnndlng t boarding
house keeper was disniiaaed, the de
fendant l av in? gettled w ith the com
plaining witness.
Th- first . as.- for trial will he tho
: gainst Hlchard .ilia h i n of MnnCOt k,
Charged with violating the llqUOr laws
hy keeping Ma saloon open after hours.
The ense will iiegin tomorrow morn
ing. HOUGHTON'S SCHOOLS RESUME.
Total Enrollment Wi
able for Some
The tcl is nf ii
tins yesterday mora!
14 roar There efstg
tuirs attending th-
II Not Be Avail
Time Yet.
uilitnn resumed
ng for tin- i:n::
iii unusual fas
,-. nlng.
teachera' meeting
rest or ksy afternoon nl
superintendent issiifii
eras held l
which time
instinct i' mi -
tlx'
to
for
the new teacher
'in teachera
the miHt pert Ht- the nunc ni
v.nr, the nily chsnga in the
s, boot faculty proper being tin
etltuthm of Miss din. i Petge for
lust
high
Sllll-
M iss
t lencvleve
Purmorl In lln af mow de
The oininciri.il deport
i nee fncttMy ;n'i m hae
pnrtmenti
nn nt haa i
(In various
dom si l
parlal flepartmenta euc i
i ii in - unii msnusl trln -
Mm .
The total enrollra
ion echool win no
tome time yet, st
Docile. The enroll
ii thr Hoilgb
i be gvniiaMe psi
'cording to itfpt
im it in UongiltOB
hut In- lias not yd
in t In VII i inns oul -
wnfl about normal
received re porta ft
lying echoosti
The Houghton high
i it m began its practir
under direction of Cfl
MICiTKsl III si-asnti in V
s,-hrol fOoth
tins afternn
b Wagner,
X peeled.
AUTOMORILE TAX.
Horsepower
Tan Goes Into Ktlnct on
January 1.
Houghton count) automobile ownera
ujii i,.. much intci i-sti-ii in the an
nouncement that th Bursa power tsa
im ggtomobltaa will not become ef
fsctlvs until Innunrj t. IM4, although
the majority of the new net! of the
Inst isgtstuturs becsma eporntlre on
mtdnlghl on Thursday of last areek.
The public acts for lilt, contninlng
the laws nnggaaj hy Ihe last h uislalnic.
contain: nion- angaaj than any Othet
set of .iiblle nets since 1 s'.iT . ami lie
numta tr of ihws is greator.
NEW LIBRARY HOURS.
The Hooghton pnbib
nmn open from t'1 o'ch
im: until : :. at nlKht
mission, this being the
llbmry will
u in the mom -without
Inter
Hbmry'a regu-
hnnge ni
in r winter hours. The
into effect nns morning,
tr. n. the now llbmrlgn, t
I. IV
M Iss 1 1 i
k lei, I lo-
TOWNSHIP BOARD MEETING.
Ttm Portage townahlp board mecta
tbif nftnrmion in the townobip'i offices
,n the Hnrtmntt hnibllnu ami at lliat
tltne "III probnlil) iiihh on some Im -
ports m bust new .inst whni will some
boforeatke honrd hi etltl Moertgln,
OOLF CLUB DIRECTORS
At a meeting hi the Houghton club
gaturdni ntahi the following dlrsciora
wen- eon ti ii for the pgrmgn Lake
gnir ehtb ,t i.. itn .-. P, w Klehols
.' .i Bsnhtnd, C, it Wofeoster, D, L
Itohtg rm W i mugjf it Med lobk d
WOMIi'l , ,
FREE
3
Una hall Actual Sltm
HOW and WHERE
Brine, Wrappers only of American Family Soap to Calumet News
Office only on dates mentioned below: KIRK representatives will be there.
TWO DAYS ONLY. Friday Sept. 19th and Saturday Sept. 20th
JAMES S. KIRK
&
Wrappers will be redeemed
L'ANSE CELEBRATES THE
COMPLETION OF SAWMILL
BIG HOMECOMING AT MILL TOWN
ON SATURDAY RACES
EXCITING.
The trttta
tin- biggest
gaturda)
residents i
join the p
brat Inn tl
,hall Butte
ire i L'Anse protmbi) bml
da) in lis 9 entful Mntor)
a-hen bundrsda of fonner
1 1 ni ned t t in mill ton n to
rea ni Inhabltanta in cehs
iomp4eiloti of the Min
is mil! which la extiected
t
hi I II K ay.iji
I he low n
ie ntd
ms, r-
line
ntmoaphere ot material
.n elaborate program wos followed
out mi pnturdny. Mayor Ot" onnor
welcomed Ihe vhdtora to the vtllnge
and Dr Whtteshbdd apoke during 1 1 n
afternoon. The monster parade was a
feature of the da) whik the program
if aiHirta fttrntahed enterttilnmenta t
tin large crowd.
The automobile races were dooe and
exciting, in the ttuartermtle for
horse power machines, the LAnne a
rage won first, Bvetdt, Of BOraga, eeo
and nnd H, 0, smith, third,
M arahsil Uu t tcra I5boros power
won find in the quurtermlle event
for cars oi this typo, lleharil's car of
Peq naming to,,k aocondi nmj the
i.'.vnse garage was third.
.toll
Hugo
I'll I
ii lln- launch
ml. ami I.
aseball game
Republic, de-
race, ftoberi Man in ae
Real to,,k third. The
ended iti a vi 'tor) fo
resting tAiise, !i t,, i
Rd wards, ot J tnse,
ens, of pequamlng, in
i lash
Tin- Indian war dan
the features nl i h, pt
eat
Ihe
,i Hough
inn ward
e vv a s
gram,
oe of
Ihe old
bucks With th'ir sipuiws
with paint, feathers and
many colors adding to th
ih,- occasion,
decorated
he a is of
gayety t
BALL SEASON NOT OVER.
Snnmi Trmi Roorgoniege to Meet
Lake Liodro Hie. tin
Th, Buoml Baseball i luh has boon
reorganised after apparent!) having
played lis laal game, snd will meet the
Lake Linden Hustlers, now the log
ai ctatmunta lo the tltl of nty .in-
nlot champkma, in a game that win
bave a great bearing on the riKtii of
ihe husttera to hold that title
The Buoml learn, in g aomowhai
weakened state, was nnnbte o com)
wHh tin- Kustlera in tin- opening con
lest between the two. Wee team has
been 'ho rough I) shaken up. . nnm
ber "i th. aid men have alumped In
their hitting have been relensod ami
new nun ..i undoubted ability have
i n secured to round out Ihe nine.
Captain Koranen, who left the loam
in mid see boh lust before their wir
nlng streak was broken, will be hnok
in the gsmr and probabli win be Men
I third huso ggnln Cstcher Hikki
ia. possibly the boot locetvef of his
ChUM in the County, Will again dO the
bnck'Stoppfni while Lyman FYtmodlfl
of Chlumet bee been Higm i lo ptg
llfst ha: KVifnodig Is a heav y bll-
H i gnl his presence le i kpected lo add
m il. i loll) I" lln lin. -'ip
W iiim is will ggnln be wRh the Igghi
i.n i ii im robabte bo witl in- ggsd in
tb onlliebl t ll If time instead nf oil
Ihe IRO mil, as the term bag Mcciirc-i
.Mm end Peterson of Culumet to do
tin Ringing, I. ally and Krb ksm ar.
tn i- with th. regu no voted loom nnd
in Mill K I vela. This win give lenm
iiimi for aggreaalmnsee nnd bnsebsll
abiilt) ehergM iirove.i most formidable
rontendei f ir tin- fns-i moving itnst
iern. Th.- manase.uenl of Ihe ftuomi tram
Jure negotlgtksg w'tb tin- Hngxlora snd
I with other ten nut for gggasw, The
I ,,. ii, ih- rtu H i' i rohgbly gill
lie played ntii .Sunday gltornoon
To CALUMET
Housewives Only
tON DAI ts SHOWN BELOW)
For Wrappers of
AMERICAN FAMILY
SOAP
For t 50 Wrappers Your Choice of
3ir;VSS Silver Knives
or
Silver Forks
For tA Wrappers
raaaea vff mdr K-varjHMPaaerMneaaaaaaaa
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Extra Quality Stool
With Coco-Bolo Handles
to Get These PREMIUMS FREE
COMPANY, Office
ONL Y on dates mentioned above.
COUNTY ROAD COMPLETED.
Autoists De'iqt in Fine Stretch From
Hancock to Calumet.
The Houghton
commie
uhHc the
icock anil
entirely
Dttgh ail-
k loner n:is
pened is
the
Hi
in-w county ti
nt bet w i
rend
bul is
. it to
tolumet.
ompd le
meed t
Thi
I V.I
tor traf i
Tin
in nl l
as n
rushi
road is a
taker's ai t,
v i s posslbh
ii rook row
imtta a am
line i
It 's
to .1
i Will
iple of ih
wildly boll
it. It is i
i. ir bindei
ti preet
face th
siHt 'hi
mobilea
Ih, hard, even wtir-
is snhstanti il
root from ia
nn will pro
enough lo re
us,- of .into
a delight tn
driver oi cars.
Tin- work rein
pni ta m e a ml to
;mi,.,
til it
IS ll
.die
mall Im
ii purposea
..vet- the
if tin- rond
tin- rand is gone,
road is heavy, nnd ih
win prove ' grant
raffl
use o
i mmi
t loll
tn
r 1 1 in
general ml
This was l he most i
I w r! k iimlei i.ikcii I
ommieeion,
import'int
Jlil V
hv th
tins year
EVENING SERVICE AT TRINITY.
Kev. William Held 1 'i
i'rinit v Rpkn opoJ clnu
noil need that beginning
oss, rector of
Ii. has all
next Sunday,
i in
evening eervlc
nn I. This a ill
e el v Rgndi )
It: 46 iii the rr,
evening, The
s at i
make
I I Ins
irnlng
irst ae
: .at
will ho
S.-IV
Ii. 7::t"
7 :. in
tlii.-i
hurc
nnd
islon
a ml
the
of lb"
i huroh
Wedne
nil. I ft
lay aft-
Ih.- fall Will he hoi. I
rm
. ANOTHER FALSE ALARM.
The Houghton fire department wna
ail-.1 ..ni Hniurdn) rilghi to the gnr
I'e -.11 Isle RoySlc Stlcel. Tlti'l'r Was
tin I'll
" hell
nl It nf
one ot
repair
axplnlt
the alarm
being turned in
i gpectator
the doorway
ih.- nmtora
tnd not in at
. ii.
a vv
moke I nllllllK
This was .Ine to
under process nf
tiro, I In- ma na cor
STARS TO LAKE I INDEN.
Moierbtnn ihnpter No Shi Order of
the Raatem Btsr will '- la Lake Lln
Jen tomorroe evening lo attend
meetinf of Ihe Lnke Linden chapter.
epeclal car vvin leave the end of the
':-ist Houkrhton line at M for the
RccommodaUon of the membera of the
I loUghfon hauler.
HOUGHTON BREVITIES.
,;..;..;..;..j.4..t..j...;.-;..;..;..'..;...;..;.,
MlSg lien, Connelli '' I sh ni 1 1 IK .
has alll' oil Rl n to hdg the leaehlllK
nortui of Ihe Houghton eohoolg
HasnM Dolllnger ban returned from
Chlengn where he went last igertng.
Mis poroth) Kerwin, who has been
Ihe gueel of Mr, snd Mrs, P, k. tieui
"i Hubbell svenue, has returned to bar
home in i iw ..ss..
A It Montsgtto, M C M student.
bus gone tn Ray, Arlsona to visit
1 1 i nds.
Miss Anna McVlcsr left Tuoodsy
morning lor Broce'g crossing whsra
ihe will teach during ihe coming rear,
Mrs. ii. M Bphratn baa gone to
I'.velel.l. Minn., where she Will have
charge of the kindergarten depart
men! ni one of the ec hoots,
lis. ! Rngtder, a gegduste of the
Mtenkjeg College ..i Mint In thcclooa
.1 Iffg, nnd now employed nt the a!
umot a- Arlsona mine, is here rm
Visit.
Prgnk Thnrher, a rraduste ..r the
Mlrhigsg College .i Mlnei in ihednng
rd inn ami arnce then empbiyed nl the
in-'iani mine is gUntni engineer, bsa
t ik' l I '..stlnti al the Koewalln mine
iii ir Hlhblng "t the Mesnba rnnge
Mi!- t ni ny i i. . ..,, i,, i grn
gn whole ebe will 1st h cheat.
FREE
3
6
Highest Qrade
Win . A. Rogers
SiYer Tab le-
v spoons
or
Highest Grade QSUAW
Wm. A. Rogers Oil V CI
Tea
spoons of CALUMET NEWS
No mail orders filled.
PAINESDALE CRICKETERS,
AVERAGES ARE VERY GOOD
HOSKIN AND DUNSTAN BAT
WELL HOSKIN HEADS
THE BOWLERS.
Th. uverngoi of the Pninesdale
cricket players as announced bj Ihe
aecretari of ilte clubvshow thai the
i.-.ini ranked among the best Is the
Copper Countrj lengue
Tin- Pnlnesdnlc team finished In
third place this seoasag,
M . H.O. li s J: v
R. Hoakhi 7 t i U 31
s. Dunstan 1 I II
tt. Hunklft 7 t J7 f.o I
.1. Ita.r - II .'I .'
K. Bddy 7 I :tt :t.'
3m mi s I .a a ry . . . i I 1 1 M
t. Bennetts .' :t I S
j, wsJennk 7 n it If I
it Bodgn :t I ''
Poroy Mitchell ..( II II
i (so. ?g vsnder . . I H I
.lames Hill 1 1 '.t ! I
Win. I av eV .... I 1 7 7
Bowling
M. n. R. W, A.
It. Hoskin ti t'.ti I II I."
h. Hoskin 11 ti"- II
ft Dodge : -i it I
im w in Bddy " :t W '
Jamee i awry .... - I 1 7 t I
i ',. ("av inter .1 s J I :t ts
VILLAGE COUNCIL MEETING
City Pothers Will GMhcr fbnrsfla
Little RiiRinrss.
The Houghton l)nge coo in ii wil'
meet here Thursdny ufterhoon m ;'
eesamn thai will arobnbl) develop lu
lls .a Importance. This is tin- ggonth
iv September meetigg.
ReportN m a sum ber of guestloni
will probes) come before Ih ''" "
Th.- moyor has ggthorioed the wstet
ommlaslon r : begin the complltt'i
..I a
ma t Ii
nil eel il v nf cnllSllll). I s Mill th"
, will probably he taken up by
.nn. ii Tin- meeting e IH ,M ,"'1 1
Village hall at I o i lo k a:; 11 IttSl
YOUNG LADY PASSES
! the Vi
III lilt
Miss Flo'J Wescla, Aped lb.
cumbs After Illness of Two Years.
Hlaa i Tore Weseia, tin- sixteen yeai
..hi daughter of Mr, ami Mrs. Krt
VVeoebi ..r West, laosightoll pooaed
a wa v
Htnei
i:iv . i
oral
Ham
ii 'i :tn thia morning ancr an
.,' two vears. Tuhofoiilnsis "
s ih,- rtgtjge .,r the dooth, Pun
rvicea will be onegtneted i"
k Tliurndny sftern
NEGRO PREACHER SUES.
Jackson, Mtna Bepi Hearing ni
In
suit fin $111.11.111 .l ima-, s M.ai .in
b an iinif.Mked gogro preoohef
agamst Btohap Tbukieid. the noted
M. i h... list divine, is tn he inM hers
tomorrow, There is uunokli mide pop
ihtr fooling ngnhsfl 'be gogro an(i the
gnthorttlog nro woh him; imaloomeou
ih.seiv. g shop Tbirkiei.i ghhnamsd
tin- uront-IUJl after an in vest lira I Ion oi
I Hires thai had been made again-'
hit
Save Your Health
Moat HiekneHaes that impair health
have their start in quits ordinary
ailments of the organa of diges
tion or elimination. StomacrK
liver, kidneys, and UwoU are
quickly benefited by the action nt
BEECHAM'S
PILLS

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