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THE CALUMET NEWS
WECNL!-DAY,
Houghton
STRIKE BLAMED FOR DECLINE
IN MILITIA RIFLE PRACTICE
LONG DUTY IN COPPER COUNTRV
AFFECTS SHOOTING OF
THE GUARD.
While th tear 01 ttit) exnrfgffl the
copper atrlka wu a good thing tor th
IMtnl diaetpllne nod Odk'lencs of th-
M . Il U'.i II II. II l! f'l.ltil. H "'IN ll ltd
I'll the title practice record, the
Ural iiiik' in a la yegra, -in M.ij M.
J. Phillip Of huiismi, has boon ii-
apeetor of siikiIi arm practice for lb
atate, then- tea boon no Increase in
tin- tigur "' merit. Moj, Phillip1 on
aoal ropori lias boon f i i 1 with Mm
adjutant-general for th 913 ooeon.
The Bcond infant r takes ail the
aborning honor i"i tb 000000. The
iM'st abootlng company In the Firt
Infantrj is l. commanded bj Capt
Alma Lake This OTitanliatUlTl ted
11 xn' i tH. t iu shnrpshoot, !. urn:
nine morkamen, 1 lota "i 19 ma-k.s-mon
or btttar The Mm Arter nm
pony, ' m maiitlfil b Cgpt A. C. War
ren, ted nearly a iiiii 1 iiu 1 1
HM l it.
The iicst abootlng oompan) In the
Third as b, of Hoi " i t . eommnnd
od by Copt. lame U MeCormtet
Rlghtoen an- markamen or better.
Tho effect which lb strike ted m
i;i .niy ahown in 1 his 1 1 h Intent. Hough
ton, company, bail nu opportunity to
got "in ni !' range nod moot f its
men were al t'olumel tor novel l
month, it tad, In roneequence Iht
1 root flour of morli "i the 13 cow
pa aton,
Alaj. Phillip recnmmendii that the
two-da) rfl com pa of Inatfuet Ion b
in-ill .is usii.ii this summer. Ho ttrgea
a ftald Bring problem under aervioi
condition, at Qrayliog encampment.
n- asks that a team in- acleeted 1
compote in ih'' dtvlaionol rifle matchea
ai Sparta. Wis., in Augugl ami t tin t ;.l
looal II "i the t". shall be enttated men
Two laalura, not ait a tbo rank I
rap tain, maj be naemhera of tbo teomi
providing they earn th- places in com
petition. No member of tola team
ahould ever bova competed aa prtavl
pal in a national match. He alao note
thai tin- annual Competition of the
.Mn hiKun national guard ami tlx- Mi h
Inon Ptale Hi He aaaoctation be held no
the Detroit range late in September
1 1 ally iii 1 tctober.
NORMAL STUDENTS ARRIVE.
Many Houghton Students Return From
Marquette for Vacation.
Houobton atudOnta oho hove been
attending the Northern State Normal
acbool at Marquette have returned (0
their boanea durtni th peal few dava
to apend tin- Boater vacation with
their friend and relativea. Tha voca
1 Ion period will continue for two
woeko.
Kuperintt ndeni .1 A. 1 toelte of th
Houghton public w hoola declarea thai
the Meraaette w bool attract mam
local atudenta who bav Bnlabed their
IiikIi w bool courae aucceaafoll) ami
netttflfl mil for larger llelda. lit- te
a compiled list f stodenta w in aredu
Oted from th.- Houghton acliooL glv
Ing in detail what colieoea the) art
attending, ami from theee statistic a
has gathered the fact mat the Mar
queue Normal is a 1 tin- bead "f the
list.
KYiendo and relatives of students at
lending the Unlveraitj of Michigan
hove been aomowhai nrorried doriog
tin- past few days owing lo the pr lertf
epidemic wbk'h la prevalent in Ann
Arbor, However hb far as is known,
mm.. ,,r th. bp ai at intent are ill. The
epidemic is the iteennd in the biatory
.f the college ami this 1 tme It i in tte
torm of a tbroaf rnamdy, Efforts uf
the i.hysii ians to heeb ii,- epldem i
have been in vain ami mn- ntudeni has
'li-d and many ,n. a( ih nreoent
time,
WILL HOLD I N DOOR CIRCUS.
Literary Club of POinoodala to M
tarn Saturday, Aprd 18.
Mt-mheis . f tb i.i- rar) club ..r i
Paine Memorial libra r.s heard .1
planning an Indt ru drrua tn to . phi
on the afternoon and i . enlot? nt Be
urday, April li. ti.. tnUmi cir tiH a
in- given in ih-- auditi itium i i i
Paiaeadale I thru i . ad ti;. i:; , . , ;
nf arrangement arc working hard
make it a great aureeas.
A'hat will prohaht) be the must
ten 'iiik feature uf the
v ill in- tin omed) ' .'ui
Thla organ leaf ion ;.
: hrnughoul i Ik- . upper .
given aeveral exhibition
ntertalnmen:
if Patmadale,
well known
'..I dill.!. It
oei aaiona. "Hum.-, n la k," i be
'-f the rillage, i-; ,,c n.
ers. aetmo In Ihe caitaeit) of
major.
hermit
dUn
drum
NATURALIZATION PETITIONS.
nuttty Clerk KaU . i i
lowing naturalisation petitl
Antag Ma m i i. u. Auatrft
New Vnrk. 1997
TheuoTure Pecchiottino, i
nu t, Mew Vt.i'k. 1999,
Mat i Vi nkovh h, tuati is
Men Vmk. 199'
m today
There is Only One
"Bromo Quinine"
That is
Laxative Bromo Quinine
USED TME WORLD OPT TO CURE A COLD IH QUE OAT.
Always romembat the fgj bism.
par ttus m- dan on ore box.
I OOg
Department
CASE AGAINST ONTONAGON
SHERIFF COMES UP APRIL 14
l CIRCUIT COURT COMMISSIONER
WIEDER SELECTED TO HEAR
TESTIMONY.
Herman a. Wteder. circuit cottrl
pomm laaioner of Houghton county, baa
been adviaed b) At tor bey Qeperol l'"cl-
lOWa that hi' has beeb BQlajCfed heat'
tootimoo) iii be produced in Ontono
K..11 Ainii m in in,- matter of charge
preferred aoaloal flhetifl Paul I'Yan
1 'la ni 1 mtoaagon count) .
t-oaUBiaalooer Wleder ia aelected a
u dlotntereatod peraoo, in lb natural
...in-..- uf eveota Probata JuiIk- U'.iI
tor Van Blyche or Clrculi Court Com
missiu ier Arthur 11 Brown of Onto
naoon count) would eooducl auei 1
beoring hut their reluttooa with Ih
parties Involved Ig tin- matter are
auob that the) an- dlaouallfted,
i,ommlaabiter Wieder aald yeaterday
that h.- km-w nothing a'. nut the . uso,
which tea created a conalde ra ble stir
in tmtoaagon count) official clrclea
i.at has imi been given much publlcltv
in Houghton ouat) .
Assault on Prisoner Charged.
Tin- rtergea in effect are that ln
deraheriff Choriea O'Rourke .r Op
touagon county ami two deput) sh r
Iffa t-ommltted aii unwarranted as
sault ..il mi eacaplog prlaoaer, on
Herman Krauae, laai .Tin-.. Tin
tlmatlon is mode b) tin- peroomi brlnit
lot tin- lhaiy-s t.. th.- attention ..r
flovernor rria that tin- man was iv-
'ii aii opportunlt) tn eocope in order
that tb at la k 00 him llliuhl hOVC Lie
appeal an. .- of authority.
l in- affair ' arm. up during the n ail
exciting period of the . . i i -! country
at r ike ami Assistant Attorney Her
oral Dmtgbert) came i" Ontonagon
i ount) in Inveottgate,
Th.- cbariiea unmathtedl) ore direct
d more againai Cnderaberlff O'Rourbe
I ten auainst Rherig Proncta. Mr
O'Rourba is a former aheriff am be.
come underaberiff nrhen ins term in tlm
principal office expired, aa that te ap
parently has been in actual charge of
the aberiffa ofgee rontinuouery, Th
aheriff has at rarloua tbaea aince tte
cnNc i.ii-ii...i cxnreHxi-d his conflib-n-..
that be can convince tin- a tale thai bo
"as nut iii ihe wrong and tha. the
1 bargee an- more the reault ;' a bh
lit leal Rght than ,il any aCtUOl alms, nf
a priaoner.
SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT
Houghton County Lo.in & Investment
A :.sor i.ition Is Preparing.
Too i no- tu h quorteriy ropori of
'h Houghton County loan toveot
mem
1914,
la lion it
be issued
April tat,
few dayn
will
I his ,i: sm iatiiiil Is uti.vciin.. sI.miMIv
ii aociotion
as ahown b) th
't reoourcoa and
folbwing atatement
liabilities:
Reaoui cea
Mortgage l. .ins
took, bmaa
Stan. un i and uppliea
r"urnltuie ami Bxturea
I htea in arte ira
Intereaf in iirreara ....
(teal ootate
I9.4SS.0Q
,4J7 mi
.'i "at. un
TftaXeo
"i ".JS.II.I
;:.'Mii.r.
'.oot.tui
I1S.S1
raxeg paid f
ins. ,,id far
'as) on hand
mortgaora.
mortgagora . .
its.ii
I.S14 :'l
- ' :; 7e4.91
l labilil lea -Prepaid
atoca
Inatallmenl ot
Fteaerx-e fund
I'liiliyii'id ii,
Reaen fund.
IC
101
,!2o.on
.nTI.'i 1
ttt.M
4SS.7I
in
::7.T:m.:i ;
l numbei of ahan a In force
The at end) growth ol tbta
is well ahown alao in the
The tot a
is
m Unit n
rollowlua tabli
tssi.t i 1 1 n u .it
Ml reft 31 I'H
if reamtn
ath perl
40,949.31
I i I l.9
?J,929.14
I94.S49.5fl
387,"04.9!l
Mn. U
Man b
m i . b
Man h
191:
I'T
I!' I
WILL PRC3ABLY REBUILD.
T. W. Nichols C"U': He M.iy Reran
truOt Butnccl Residence.
v- hei .ni. rt hu t-ii t ins ntcruini by
i repreaentntive ol ihe New, !. u .
Nk bob, h beautiful Rai i llmigh
ton rcatdence was parlntl) deal roved
by tiif yeaterday. at a ted thai ii is
probe Id" that be will n Mild mi lfH
aa nu- site in i he near I ature.
Mi. .Villi. .is declare that a; t'u
:te in time be i .mid not eetbjgeu tbo
K as much furniture ami equipment
wa cithei damaged or deotroyed, Tho
pipe urgua huh was alt noted in i be
i" itai rcom wan lightly damaged b)
ater but a valuaMo piano, n
ualed in the sum room was Oeatror
i-d.
Firemen Recover.
William irii. one ..i the fire mow
wlitt was i,,i um by smukf, wan re
ported teve recovered today, t
pulnmtoi waa aeceaeary tu revtv him
Paul Klaus.-, .im.i i.r member or tfto
departmeni and John HimIksi.ii or tha
'"ii- te ut Minea tlao Buffered siiKl.t
ICE DISAPPEARING FROM
PORTAGE LAKE RAPIOLY
LAKE IS ABOUT OPENED UP AT
PRESENT TIME OTHER
MARINE NOTES.
Thr i ontinued fair weather
pool week, lias about brobn m
in PortgO taObO ami tin- Mk
the
I't-n
for na btattog,
Probahl) Un- lltst I. ...it w li ii h will
sail thiiiiiKh Pni'tiige I. .ike this sea i ill
will in th. tug, favorite, which hux
been docked at th,- Von Orden docba
for winter, Captain Cunntrnj of tint
a'recklpg tug aho arrived in Hough
too a few daya ago, a to ted todaj that
h- ex pacta t" start fui the wrecked
atoamer, Waldo aooo. This bool was
beached Mai November on Qull
Rocg, Kit.. i ts ..I Coptoin Cunning ami
ins croa ii. bring tbo lll-foted siui into
harbor were naTeet by t ii fierce atorraa
that prevailed througboul tin- last few
doya uf tin- novigotion aoaang and ite
linallN ih-i Ided to com l. MutiKht'Ui
ami dock for tin- winter-
Other Manne Notes.
The tnchor fin paaoenger hoata will
not arrive in Houghton until after
.lime in. thr gate ool for the initial
niii ..f the Tionoata. The elSolab .tt
tim Booth line have announced that
the) iii st-mi nut their oteamer Amor
lean i.ti April IS. inn whether or not
he uiii come tn Portage Lobe op her
flrai tiii is iinkiuiwi). Large toato
.an paaa through Portage Lake with
eaoe at tbo preaenl t ini- ami reporta
hi. m tin- .anal any thai tho Mo eg
ake Buperb i has been lirokeg up.
Captain Mci'ormlck . . t the Portage
Lake Live Saving BtOtlOg OOJtOUnCed
today thai his crew will report
ah. nit April I-"., and it is egpected that
On' navigation ooaoon for i i -4 'iii
open at this time,
HOUGHTON BREVITIES.
George Beaaer has pjooe to ateorney,
Neb., where in- has been celled by the
deetb 1 1 his sist,-r.
Miss Maty Dldier, Was i
operated of tho Unlverait) of
ently
Mich-
Igan boapttol. Her condition is
in-
nounced as being very much Improved.
Michael Ktrkioh left Monday even
ing far BSlngham. in 1.. t.. purguc a
courae at tin- Effingham School of
Photography.
.Miss Beulah Pimatein is homo for
.1 ohert vacation from Ann Arbor
where, ahe is attendlni tin- an I vera I ty.
Mro. Hekn Noel paooed away at her
tame mi the corner of Athlon ami
Fourth vtreet mi Saturday afterooon
Th.- funeral win i. Conducted from
ih.. boget this often n by Adjutant
Talbot nt the Salvation army. Inter
meat will mho place m Poreei fiiii
. eroeter) .
I'M. Tin-mas baa returned from !
troll ami w iii Meoto in re.
50,000 OHIO COAL MINERS
THROWN 00T OF WORK
WITH FEW EXCEPTIONS EVERY
MINE IN THE STATE IS
SHUT DOWN.
Cleveland, Ohio, April l. With a
few excepttona oyer) cool mine in
Obw was ctooed down for an Indeli
nit'- period at the OloQfl i. work vea
lerday. Local operatora eatlmate thai
it. nun minero an- thrown out of em
ploymeht
Hon long tin- mines aiii remain
i is.-d .as stin i mtttter ui tecula
imii bore last niKht. but cloei oboerv
i ts beilev Un rontrovrr) is not aa
neai a bi . it ss criaii as is general!)
believed.
ii was learned laOi nlghf that at
leaol aix operatora in tin state will
continue one ration until tnc minora
have taken a referen Juni iote on tii"
acnle aep back to them by the
t 'hit . mn conference.
n the miapertglon ab uld become h
rioualy Indefinite labor lehdero as
aefted thai Ihe blame for would fall
upon t! peiratara tia th.- men hail
cxprefecd I heir willlnfreaa to contin
ue Worh in tin- mine undei the old
s ai. ittttil ih,- reaull uf theji referen
tlnni : -. 1 1 1 i be announced. Tin- re
nh is expected about April i:,.
.Nic Shut Down In Illinois.
Peoria, IP Vprll l.Ot&xn of the
Culled dim- tN'orkera last nlghf atat
d thai the llilnola miners would "u(
atrik in aympntby with tho mlnere
who ha , , ii. en thrown out ..i work in
Ohio. Inatead tin- llinoia minero will
make even effort tu nreeerve rfc
marketa of the llilnola coal coppnn
lea s,. that the) a ui not in- throe u
..i work by the operatora,
38.CC3 M.iy Be Forced Out.
lltcago, April l- Thlrt) --. in ihou
sami Pnnaylvanbi coal miner may
be thrown oul uf mikymeni Prldh),
1 aua i.r tim failure ..f th.- ree-nt
Chicago conference between the ofiera
tw -'mi i 'nit. ,i Mir,,- Workern' ofB
t i.tis to n a. h an agree meni on a new
trage ai'-. Pending negottotkma tn
Ihe nee. agreement, thonaanda of no
y n miner in Indbinn, llilnola ami
Iowa will i ontinue work.
PEDAGOGUES IN SESSION
AT THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Ann Arbor, April
educaton -ite hire tu
ft It) -ninth meeting
f ho. Imaal ers' i in;,.
i. -Many noted
lake pari ill th.
-r nu- Mtchhr-ut
w-hlrfi win led.1
forth nurlna the rmainder ,,r (hU
aeeg ai toe ITnlyeraH) o ICarhlgan,
a ihi.t dayn' programme pmvltlca
for addreaaea by Oovernor Periia,
Preatdent Hetcblng of ihe VnlyeretU'
of Mi. hlgan, Dean I.. C. Manbail t f
tiif iTnivenlty t Cdklcaoo, PtaiV nl
Charlea McKenney i.r Michigan Plate
Normal College, Dean Andrew c. v,- t
or Print eton OradoafP rj hf.ol and
Ma ;. n ), lira) i.r it-.. beater. .. v.
Hancock
THE FEAST OF
THE PASSOVER
Jewish People Will Observe Anni
versary for One Week
Within a It w days. PeQOCh, tin- an
nual Ihaaoi of Paeoover or "t unleav
ened broad, will bo celebrated In Jew
isii bomea ami aynagoguea,
This. Ihe iihlfst least ..I the Jew ish
calendar, date bach 1,999 year.-. The
awakening of aprmg has its normal
appeel ami its practical eymiioliam to
over) prigattlvo gaope, Tin- agricul
lUial aapecl uf this holiday is seen in
the phrase "That It is to bo kept in
the ace eon or the month of rlpenlnga,"
when the barley OOWn in v. inter h is
become ripe ami when an offering con
akHing of an omer tone-heal nation)
of berle) was brought in gratitude la
the Otver of all goad.
The biatorical aignlflconc ut' th.
feetival hoa artr ahadnwrd Ita agricul
tural napei t. Aa th PeaaJ "t Preedom
it commemoratea the emancipation of
isiaei from Ksyptlan bondage and the
people'a entrance into the dignity ami
destiny ui national life, It thus marks
ihe birth of tbo Hebrew people, The
main charactf rtatle of its celebration
tea alwaya been domeatle; .u the
bomea the families and the Invited
frienda gather on the Srai evening ''
orthodox homes also un tin- aecond
evening) to recount in ohttg ami ator)
ami amid appropriate aymboliara the
deliverance of Israel. The main B)'m
hills of tills si-der sel'Vi.f al'.' the
roaated, lamb bone, reminding (hem "i
tin- lamb thai was alaugbtergd as a
aactiflce ..r tin- covenant: ae'ond, h?
matah i.r unleeveneaj bOead, la be
eaten during the win. it- week, recallino
got oniv the hasu preparation with
wi. nh tin- Israelites hurried mn oi
Egypt, but alao their aheotute rellonc
upon i lad and readlneaa tn irual In ids
leadership of llutn; ami tin- bitter
herb, aoggeatlng oivHIy the bitter
life uf their I .it-fat hers in Egypt,
which, even today, bavg not loaf their
poignant application,
Two other .symii.iis of the table dec,
rations should be noted, namely, the
aur t Hps of with allowed to each n
art- aymbolical of the fourfold phraie
in which i od root bed th fin t "de
laratlon of imh pt-nileni t-," and the . tip
ui wine mean! far tin- peophei Elijah,
whn. always present In spirit, brought
over anew tin- meaaogc i.r undylnn
bo t the M.siuni. reelgn of uoi
renal Juetlce, freedom ami peace, The
Pooel uf the pooeover lias noi loaf ita
thrilling algnlficance to the modern
Jew. To theoe still ptalag In alnvery
in Ruaala ami Roumanbj it slugs ihe
Bona f ultimate redemption, while in
tboee living under the Hag of freetlom
il teat lies t he Und) Ing k
ItUde, lu-elher a ith an
of tin- higher civic and i
n ol grat
ipt'e. I.l I Ol
liKi.
Ill)
The
I I id. 1 1
week.
asl ,,r
i enlng.
paamner will i..
April Hi. ami last
PLANT TO RESUME MAY 1.
Marshall-Butters Mill at L'Anse
to
Begin Operations.
The Marshall-Butters mill ul l.'Ans.-
will resume iiperatioll- for Ihe s.-a-uii
the Ural of May. The plant has I n
cloaed since early laai fall, largely
through tlissensiiin in t he (lit e. t. ,i ;( I
Rumor have been rife of late iua
the l.'Anse plant will be taken over b)
another lumbering concern, h was
hinted last tali that ii, . Edward Hlnea
Lumber compap) aim the Cleveland
"liiTs company were dickering for the
mill hut an far nothing has come "i tltt
reporta, Tin- la teal concern aald t.. be
considered tin- pun base uf th.. mill i"
He herd t Bon of Pequamlng.
The Hhard Intereota own tbouaonna
i.r at res or timbered landa in tin- i p.
per peninsula. The plant at L'Anac is
an exceptlonoll) i.ik -uie ami Hebord
- Sun i ouM prtibobiy operate it t
better odvontog ami with greater auc
eceo than either or tin- other concern.
KIDS CSERVE 'FOOL'S DAY."
Pranks cf Younfcstc , Arouse Ire of
Their Elders.
"April PoajL1 Tin. was Ih rj
througboul tin- street h .,i the oily t..-
tla, when Ihe ku' I U I HM ted and
pta)ed praaka on unHuape ting iiedea
t linns.
What wa
lug Incident
' Hired a i ii
proin bi) t lie moot .
Ittempted by the kids ii.'
earl) hour when oennle
9or t he id ih.- large brk u bulldtna "i.
UlnCJ sln-et vele stui lied h I he . i '.
"I " Wi t hiltllen. "PHb nut. he's ).,-
lie. i.. Jump." i m tie- roof ,,r I be
t hi -1--: im Ihi luting, atood a aaaall
.voiit'Ksier." pi. si, near the edge, on
if to leap I., ii..- pavi m nt. ftpectai r
gaoped as tin- form irpek Ihe walk
and women acreame;, "April ;,.
came the i from the vaua-alern who
had pei-itciratcd ih bogx. am thai
leimtlped won a heap ,.r gawduat.
IS CALLED TO CMICAGJ.
Mr
.'f. Power w eelld in r:.i
ago yeaterday by ii telegram un.
ncundng the aerhtu illness i.r hi:
brt ii t-r, Mayor Victor (ower i.r Kjh.
blng, .Minn. Mayor Piiwoag cnaditinn
is aerloue'.bul not alnrnalajg, lie t
been isit ine In jn, , rijaaSa und aits
en route to hi hone .pen token i.;
Mayor Power is Wm.u n tn.in n ln .
' k iiim-ns. lie iv .i in liar ,
at one lime und w;,.( j,, n
"" k 11 fail i.i visit hia brother, in.
i er,
Mayor
iiu- cog
Clemen .
QJola i-ii
"i HaoLt
inai evening
nil brood fur
Mi.
Department
COMEDY A GREAT SUCCESS.
Capacity House W. messes Production
of "The Quaker Girl."
The Keit'edae theater was Ailed io
, apai il
1 1 . i k i
pany .
Morle)
lust e ellillK lieu ' I he
III" was prc.-entetl b) a com-
7s people, beaded b) ' tor
rtie play, a muolcal i omedy,
was one nt tile best seen belt- fur mail
aoaaona, Victor Marie) In th leading
roll- is the life of the phi) ami his get
inn as a n. median was excellent.
Connie Mack, Harr) MacDonough
an, i William BloodeU handled their
parts with exact nee ami their wort
was highly commendable, Dixie Qlrord,
who Imperaonoteo ti"- Princeaa Matbl
lade, handles tin- heavy portion of th"
alnglng ami aha oucc.oeda ver) well.
Slue is Obi) assisted b) a ill. il us ul'
pretty Kit's, this being one play re
mnrfcahlf for having a chotva mad. up
of prett) fa.es .-.ml excellent volcea.
M'HUGH AND WILLS TAKE
FIRST IN MARCH DOUBLES
BOWLERS FAIL TO OUST THESE
MIN FROM FIRST PLACE
APRIL MATCHES
The how bus "I' tin' Al.nvh doiiul -s
concluded on the Mitchell bowllag al
it's last evening; McHugh ami J, a.
VViila maintaining their had u the
head of the score hoard with a total
i 1 l.tr.o pins. This mark la exception
ai for amateurs, and from the manner
in which howlers bovo taken tn Ihe
same durlni the past month, winner
ni nist pmc tins month will bav la
-.ii a higher ashore,
Borneo ami Hall, two memhera f
the Booatefa' bowling live whleh Pwk
Be'Ond plat e III the 1 1 Ul I II. I men I at
1 '.llutn. t last week, attempted to mst
Wills and McHugh from theii pi:...
last evening but they railed to ae
t ure an) of the Rve plaits on lb
board. Widen hoffer ami Kraut nf th
PoatoAce team came ch bo lo securing
a pi. i. ' on tin. board last evening when
tin y rolled 1,191,
The acore end thoae holding the
vnnoua piaeea ror priaea are as in
low a:
Mi i fagii vu
J, A. Wills 911
1 1 .)
,999
. S
Dock
.1 A.
Willi
1121
Dover
Harm '
1 1 29
.1. Wills
I I nl
The bowltno of th.- April double
win begin this evenlnp on the local
nlleys ami as thi will probahly be thn
Inst mortb i r bowing for tin- aeooon
it likely that the bowlera will try
hard
Hoakr a record aeon .
HANCOCK BREVITIES.
Mrs. c. Arthur Cadwell of thla cltv
will entertain a number of ladies at a
bowling patty on the Mitchell bowllna
alleya tomorrow afieri a.
IM. Boot, coahier of the lurtum
state bonk, .1. Weale) Downing .,i Cali
amet ami Daniel Plaber, bead of the
Ham in k Mining eompany'a office in
this tity. yeeterdo) completed the nu
dlting of the hunks .,r ih.- Northern
Michigon Building A i n kaaociatlnn.
for nu- Bral quarti r .r the year.
Tin- Remf monthly meeting of tlM
Hancock i ii i ouhcll a ill be held this
evening, it is likely thai plans for the
' "-v vU' Hon i held in i Monday,
WJ11 he talked ovet, This will he thO
!'"-' meeting ..r tin- tncmbera of tb-
"li :' MUtn' il r r th,. ye.,, am I Ma.or
I Jain iirc.es membera tn attend.
Miss fcmnta Bernard retuyned t , her
borne in Martinet te yeaierda) after -
VlU of iv.. , week with relative.; in the
I I pper countr) .
The Ladies' gavel , boir v, m ,,,.;,,.
'" ;' "' ' the Finn lull l.utheiau
bun h lotnorrow evenmg.
T'"' ' I'ougrrgationnl church
'vil' "l'r i!" iti. i. ami rumlt) a re
ecptlon trrmorrow evening in the
' bur h paHara,
' i ' 'it'l l- Ilogenlaxi her rega n t..
1 h ' "I .' late 'u I the gOhth oi
u hoe a ' I births ami s deaths.
Mr. and Mra. W, If. Wagner of
1 ' d are iialtin it. Hancock.
STOP, MOTHER! ITS CRUEL TO FORCE OIL
OR CALOMEL INTO SIGK CHILD'S STOMACH
'CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS"
I LAV r HARM TENDER sTOM.
ACH, LIVER, BOWELS.
i-t .... ha, v ll( roag ehiiiih.uiii iayo
""i the HahyteM thai agother
' 1 ' ra90f nil. eal.iint i. eothar
How ..u haled Ihem
fouxhi agaiael taking them.
how
with oar children its different,
Mother v. ii., pugg t.i tn.- ut, i torn of
rblr simply di.n'i reaUae what the)
'io. The i hiidr. g'a revoll is well fnnnd
o- Their bradet itttki laotdi b" or in
lured iiy ihctn.
if v.. r chthfa atomaoh Meet -,,,,1
':,,w,,s live 'ai,r,i.l
wm$ or KiKH ,(rt((m pasiUv(j
Lake Linden-Hubbell
COPPER COUNTRY BOWLERS
TO HOLD TOURNAMENT HERE
SERIES WILL BE ROLLED ON THE
KETTENBEIL ALLEYS BE
GINNING APRIL 10.
A eoppti eouatr)
mem w ill I- i. W "a ii'
b-ys beginning "" the t
,viin- lourna
. Kettenbell il
v mj "i rti
pk Arrangement
till Ihe '.lit- W.U
in- perfect .
i m. etina ol the pro
mot ers here thi eveicu '' 111 "-
noaocemenl of the piani evil! mode
tomorrow, II aln ad h i been decided
tn offer BUbatantiol raah prixea far
eai h event and the Oertl H i'1 1"' H'
it,-. I tu the im u iwo-mea and sin' ile
M'i,.. ti i, e-m.iii matche hu
in , n eliminated.
Rivalry between copper country
teams which di t'i"i"'i :" Ihe upper
perhaaula tuurnnmenl mi th iCubg
alley In Calumel I si week prompted
tin moveint nt for a tournament and
un- championablp of tin- diatrlt i will
he decided at ih i omlnn e ent,
The glleya will be placed in . :mii
tion tiii week and f rce "i xirto
will be Bcurd to crape, plane ami
revarttlab the runwaya
CIRCUATION IS INCREASING.
Nearly 1,200 Bookr, an Bonovsil From
Township Library in Yea-.
That the Pchooh r if! too m hip li
brary is becomhlg more pnpuli i It ln
dlooted in the report of Treasurer
Miss La pre prince whtcn as aub
mltted t" the townohlp board ii i"j
annual tnentlng yeeterduy. Durlnn the
year, approximately 1,290 bouka w 're
circulated ami nl ho beginning "i th
Qeeal year, there wen 1,759 volumes in
thf library, The circulation '" i h
varloui months wna aa follows:
April, mi: May, 12 i lone, is: Jaty,
19; AttgttOt, li; September, Mi Oc
psber, .': fovember, 117; December,
191; January, SIS; February, S9S;
Mart h, 291.
TEACH PEOPLE TO STANO
ERECT IS LEAGUE'S OBJECT
Continued From Firt Parje.
berahip leadlny orthopedic aun
phyaicgi trainera ami educator
have Bieciaiixed un these auhjeet
Tin- leooue hn pes by ayatemattc
t atlon tu eataldiah a demand
bo
du
!. it-
healthful atandarda in what ma.'.
termed poatur engineering. For ex
ample, it is aireod) oaaiating with ex
pert ad via ihe enamel ra of the Brook
lyn Rapid Trill -it comiMtny, the seats
i.r Whose neu BUhwa) ears ate being
' o ni i rti ltd iii a t or dance w it h the
league's Kpeciflcatioua. li is in touch
with aeveral large orgoniXationa or
wcrkera en aged In ihe standing nceu
imtiona KUch ;is motormen gid ahop
girla and purpnaea laaulng official
builetlna r. t their benefit, Hiuatratlng
tin- cor reel standing paaturea, both for
Wui'l; and lest.
Bulletin takinv: tip the vnrloual
nhooca i.r nchol ami lactory hygiene
thai affect puslare, and maktog eoi'.-
atructive Buggt at tone, will otao he la- j
Rued in achool superintendent and
other official throughout the country
aa well a to heads of private BChooli
md . nllegea and to emcle
man-
i.i rs. Lantern slides will he pre a red
ami circulated to supplemenl a country-wide
cafttpalaTn wi education by
men us ni bulletin.
Prominent Citizens at Head,
The leogtte owe its Inception to its
president. Miss JOOble II. Roncroft, is
alatont ilrootcr of physical trainln n
the public oehoola of New Vork, On
iis iinard r director are Dr, Frederick
R, Qreen, of Chicago, aecretarj of th
Council on Health ami Public I
lion i.r the American Medical ss, j.,.
lion: Dr. Joel II. fmtdtwatt, nf Roaton,
ex-preeldenl of tin- Americofi Ortho
pedie Aoeocintlon: in. i;. Troll Mc
Kenxle, oculptor, who a direct) r . f the
phyarcol education departmeni of ti
ITnlverolty or Pennoylvanla; Dr. Henry
Ling Ttiylor, !. fooaor of orthopi ii
urjgerj in Heu Turk Ptai tirad -i
ale Metlieal School : Hr. Th. pan A.
Htorey, prtfeooor i.r hygiene and nhxal-!
-iii inn inn
City of N
I al.t r. dii
lul.l Hyg
r Health:
liege oi' ih,
s. Joaephli
i ii tmeni
City Roanl
Moghcr, ..r
verba rd, n
in li. itnrn
and Mr. k.
A Vnrl : Dr.
tut of ihe Di
no, Ne-. for!
Dr. I ill, i M .
Un nl-1) ti ; Dr. Kicohi
I ay ton, ( iblo; i g. W III)
horn, i r tvoi . i r, Me
ti. r.ia kett, of Uooton.
Tin- board of erectoin,
wh.-'.i i 1
din . t. i.. are
I'l '.! il:de;' I .
'. immlaalt m i
bneen, Is headeil h
'laxton, United RtOte
i Rdoeatmn, am' hn
' an tlQ ': tut tc.lier..
large number
men and
) eaUh. en
men pr imlueni
in
ptlh
'ut gentle, Miii,,.,,:
this bormteea frhli
tbej know ebtldren
that ii never faibt t
am! boweta .-,11,1 BWt .
of mother keej
togatlvo1" band) .
teve to mhe it;
1 chmg tin liver
' n th.- 1 tomach.
ami in.. 1 a Ii
saves 1 aiek 1
IHl nful gfvei I,,
1 Ke ' i'morrow. it ahould
'""' aiveg ai it aiwaya
oti. nevi 1 nnj barm.
WWtr lruj".',is for a -.a-, -ent bfdt.
he thi
.sl
' '''li'"M'la ftyr 1 nea wio. i.
full
'or bolilea, . hlldn n
ml fur Rrown-una OtaLnlv
iii age
'"' '" " !"""" Beware .,r ,,,
felta aold he,-,., se,. that 1, ,., rrmde by
v aiiroi nta
'it: Mj rup Company." it-
LANCIOT FUNERAL THURSDAY.
The funeral of tie- im,
i. an. i ii who peooed aaroy
u reatdence eaal !' Lake
Miss AllCO
ii the maa
Unden yi's-
lerday, vin he held Thuredo) morglng
from s.- Jooepb' chttreh, Tt,
Rayraoml will ogaoiot ami initial will
be n Mount Calvary,
ARRIVALS OF THE STORK,
cuius recorded in Lake Linden thh
week wtit- daughter to Mi. ami Mrs.
Walter Rniborttj gad Mr. agd Mrs.
I lank Brlnkmgn ami a si. i, iii Mr. in d
Mis. Ifidwnr I Wattle.
LAKE LINDEN BREVITIES.
Antoinette, th
.iis. Did tea rlt.
underwent an o
da ighier of Air. and
lermalne of lluim. li.
i atlon for appendlcl -
ti- ;it ti t- C. ii. hoopital loii.n .
JohO M- St. Ant l-it litis week
for Hutu. Mint, where in- expect l
reside.
NEW CRUSHING I'lANT FOR
THE CHINO COPPER COMPANY.
sih r 'ii , . ., April : . in i be
Hahto Blto tlistiiit. ew Mexico, Ih
t'hino t 'upper comport) la making ex'
cavatlona fit foundutkma if i new
cruahlna plant thraygh ahich oil org
will paaa from ..re ears to the ftaoto
Ke railroad car en route to tin mill
at Hurle), . ai. The plant under eon
atrpctlon w ill i rush an) size ore ban
.ii.-. I l) Bteam ohoveM en ti v. ill ran
thr ugh the grloolet gl tin- big eon
1 1 in . ating mill.
The Cbino Copper compan) reports
that during tit- thirl quartoi uf 1919
the v erluittieti it in,, id to egpooe ih
on- IxxiicH amouutcjj i.i vi. I rubra
vartis. SPhe ere milled .it 'Hy,'le
amounted to M v, t;.u ton, The uverV
ag . i i " r conteal ut' the un wo 2.99
per ! ni. The per t.enj oi recover
v' a i...... i per t ent .,i i in
ippcr. Tli
eunpi-r i. input
and til.' copper
; l.;vi...,l; p.. und:.
in. mi . ;id yt trontli
was 29,94 1,497 pliund,
1912,997 iiiui iiu
amounted in 1949, 105.
The profll ,:!
dl Idendo pa d
Suit h friend aa
i n . bttf 1 ni. I ii
one." "Ah. v ui s,
I to
tint
ui. -r me
I don't . moke." The Tatb r.
How -i
i lolreati ' '
ti like m;
Lovely.
at.
mudume. it
Hurt.-, year
moke you in,
younger." Peli
M. If
Eczrma Began Witii Pi.nplob on
Lower Limbs, Constant1)' Tor
mented. CiUicura Soap arid Cuti -cura
Ointment Cured in Ten Days,
voi Wultu.t si ., Htheboro, hi.- My
i chll i bad a breaking out on Um loan r igdM
winch developed Into ecaeoia. The eczoaui
began etth rdmplei which
contained yUow oorrapUon
and froaa the ekhd'a rdoth
Iiik they were sTe.-itly Irri
tated. They aaamad to
bum, v, bl h made the ebgd
cratch them, rcatdtlgg in a
leavs ul' upen pluceii. They
a cram ami fret
i teal it araa hopbaatiila
rrr
1 Keep her quiut. They ceuaetl her to lose
1 1 sir p and thO was constantly tor
ted b) Kver itohtOg and burakag,
I tried ainmol well haowuieiundiaa.liul
... relief uotil l 9 a sample aft 'utlciua
. and 'tint in. -ni , w btch did m much good
ii a l got a targe Quantity that cured her
ten dayi after she hati bean affected
two akin tha." lagead Mrs. Kdltb
hwurtz. l c ). JS. l'll l.
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
Provegjl dry, thin ami MUttg hair, aily
nhiK ami Irrltetloa, and promote the
growth and beauty of the bolr, nequeat
.aui;sKM with Ciitleura S.n.i, asiisnd hy
i . tcaakaaaJ tire, inn i with ut icnra 1 1 tail raont .
Br usually effective wbeo ether inethodj
tail. MM by tirugisin and rijoak r - Uuw;b'
. n tli.- wmiil. Ukeral aaiaplo of eat
laohed fnf. with 38-p. skin Uoug, iddniwi
l Ma) rord "CuUeuro, Dept T, Boatoe.
Meaeiinabevt andnhempnowimcu
i H'.n nMoou win ii.i i . ta i n i kktaod axolp
Edward Collins
i on not i i in Bon v i couldn'i
I more ror you i !om icted lient
Don't mention it, guv'nor; oln'i Bvi
ari enough ' !. i n ipinlon,
erSiTCHil '
AND BURNING
P 0
9 W.
.9 mL
1:. ....
tfully Rtillcltn V, ur V.
Kupgoi t rur tho ( Ifllc e ,
TRLASURITR
nf
Calumet Township.
l
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dvt 1 : . 1 nu m.
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