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TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department GREAT VICTORY CANTATA TO BE FOR U. C. PARTY GIVEN FRIDAY - w . a Socialist Candidates Overwhelm ed in City Election The BAclaMsl candidate for iht ,irliM,.x city oltlcca w re ov 't w I it I m J in th tlfccMon in Hancock yeatrda every caratsdnts Bar office -n 1 1 I'nii , .1 i Hy ral ly wirmiiit; out hy n l iri; MUi,,rii . It Ml a Kirat li tm v tor the candidates and fulkrefffS "i t i . -United t'lty party, .nut tin now of i tl. iicfc.it i tin- SucialiHtH was rccelv -cl wiili eladnea n 'Very liaml. in rvtry want the candidate for re- ,1,. tlon u 'li'' eJtl parly won ,,nt with ;i total nuneaer ( lea that pw i hat S"i laiism 1 1 nut nreiinniin.ini "i Hair ni l.. As a result of the election the mendaeej at " l"v bod) who erred during Ike I'asl year will ,ik.u: In- at 'heir posts at the next semi- monthl) mooting or the ocgMCJt, Althongk the rote pstlAd yesterday v.i not .'s large as expaetsd it in be lieved .1 was the hiKK'St lor liiai.v rear, i.r.'. votes being taken cast m Hi,, four trardg. Mayor Ojalg defssfed Carl Parts hy a majorit) of ".U VSto, 7fl heinn east or hint und Ml for ibe Poointlstlc cn dlllale Citj rierh Hoffonbaober aueceeded htskaell witii i total df til.' votes bolter" than his oppoMUt, Herman Lnnkn cit Treasurer Rouleaa won du! ovef Asdreu O. sareii by a majority of 64".. nut ol the total number Of votes .ast mere were ttl for the candidate, on tin United 'lv party ami I4 fur m Si" lall atnliilates. John 1. Harris was elected fur the poet 1 1 f eupir floor from the Kirs'. ward by an overwkebnlng majority, M rote being east for him ami hut Si tot 'us opponent, Volvo Kllttwon. I B, " '.Will aWfoatod .Martin Uakl iiii alderman From this ward by its votei ami John Schneider, for con stable, won with ease i vei Dii Cfaaa- he ) 1 7 votes. Charlea B. Mason wan aJot ted u perviMM1 from the Bee olid ward, Mori aebt Bo opposition to any of tin of Rota from this ward. Kred penned polled Ml vot. s tor atdertaan and Hai ry O'Bhtnak the mime jinmher I'm eeeet ale. Th. large! vote gf the Boctatietii v is lulled ill the Third and fourth ran in the Third, John L Punkey ii.fi.it i rail B, li iota la for aupoi'vla or, 111 io George Johnaon wa ticMci itidermaa in this ward with an holt: of mi over anal v. Toppaii anon Oeakioi roooived i:i votes foi eeanai le, hat lug no eiipoaition for tins ifflir. Tin vtrongkold of the oclaltsttc Mention faiitlow is aaUevsd to ba in 'he I north ward Imt t ven horo the candidate on the United CRy won by bug majorttteo, Richard Hooking ver John NuManlvnorl for the "tti 'i Mtparvaoav by a total of le !" rjenrge v. Dnvoy won over 'tin I'nira faff alderman with a andjorlt) of it votes and Matt Qroktla a ehoeen for co notable over Kaon Kaappl, .'Ts to ino City 1'ierk HofTonbachor wired the reeulu of the election to Mayor Ojnta, Who is m All. Ctetnon for his health. telHng him of iim vici,.r of the United City imrty over the Socialists, ai I hough Mayor Jala will not return for everai rlaya ihe ffiaihera of the conn ii wil meoi mm Wednesday evening Mi,i ratif) the vote polled. Mayor Pro Teat I red KmticiM will nobokl pre We in in,- abomof or the Rvayor from the city. BANK CHARTER EXTENDED. The comptroiior of the gurroncy ban ranted the najpinnuieai of the nrai National bank of Hancooti tor an -x :'" or kn , onmr tc aiamai a hi April :., 144, eaterdaj was the fortieth birthday "I the Hancook Blrot Nationai Bavch twemj roar period r. newai of gov ernmental ncrmimslnn t-. national 1 ntlnue as tuoh ka neoi aaai - Noted Singers to Appear in a Holy Service of Song MUSTER0JLE, The Great Remedy for Rheumatism 11 -tops the twItiKcs, loosenn up thote Mlffeneil luints and muscles -makes ' " '""1 xooU all over. 1 houoanda who ,. Mrs rKitoM. "ill tell yoo whii! relief it giv,. from '" Throat, Blronohltm, Tonotlltla, ' ' ' s,iT N'l. Astnm.i, XeuralKhi, Headaehe, UOngootlOn, nggriay, Kheu- "inism. Liimhnso, Bglnoi and Aehes the Badk or J.dnts. Sprains, Both Aluaelcn, Brffiooa Chllblaina, Ptnotod ' and CoMa (it prevonta Pnonmo- nlui. IJoctnra and tutrscs frankly re.om MIXTKIum.K as a snbiMitiiU " Uu "Ul aooaig maotard piaster. fcrge hoapKMi ue u. Al v..nr traggkrt In Nc Ml 50? S2 50 8 ,PeCi' ,arg hoP't' for v i.t no vbatltute. if ydVr iMB- , P,,n'", Pfdy ,nn. mend 20 or He "' MlTBTWiOM? rompanv, CleV Ohio, ;,nd we will mail von :, pvr. jr (it) '""Hi F Bworda. Suiphur Ok hi mym i Mnaterole is very aaVekng. i Nte nwav with nn Rhottnootki JJJ"J nnd nchc n ;l wonderfully . ... . ..i i mi. M"""',,,f the rt ..f th.- Haiti cook ConavogmUona i hforca, assisted b noted krinaoni of the coppci )n. irj will entertain n ,hl. ehorch audi torium Krlday eve. due in :, !,u,.i i.vi. Ig) OM service. The m.isical pro- gram wm he in ike form of egntata, "The Slop. ,,f the . less. " wrilten and eftta posed hy .i. Dadk . Bock, it Of the greatest lllul- i .,i(,1KS p. ,i. Maical urn- ot ihe kieal eboir ri veais. The program will bagta a: I O'clock sharp Mia Alie I!. Caim.i r mmImI "- ' IO of the Choir, has l.cen dlillini; the atng rt m their pan tor the past tow weeks and they have them mastered at the prescn: time. With ouch a gated muatctan g Mlm rampni al the head of the affaii p promises in bo a mu sical troal to th. tniisic-luv crs of (hid dlirtrlei and all ale carmvtly Invliod Id attend rile prngrBm, ghrtn the v.i--ions oilier toualeal naaaber n the umJ graon as Well as the rarioua ogj part in the cantata, follows: Anthem b) the ehotr, wftttOtd tkJ I. ami. ul rjnd." iM.wi., . i... u i. H Mini Ho. I lv "When I Survo thj Wondrotai Crooa.H b: W'attaMgaon. Bertptur less, n by the pastor. Rev V. ;. Rtch. Boto, "lie Was htOplaod and Reject- ed.'' (Miaatak) b) Handel .Mrs. Ocfava, lardnor. I 'iTct in. The Story of the Cross. Cgntata 'The Btcrj of the ivn: by J. Dudlej Buck. Text from the ,,.. I"-I a ' erding to St .Mathews. o.n. i. Prologue (chotruo), "Now my soul, th.v voice up-ra:sinK Tell th,. WOtl and mournful strain Hon ihe mot'ffied arntnrtni Uriel and wounfls and gytgg pain I'leelv ,.f his Inva nu ..ir...-..a Sinless uas for sinners slain .Mav the glory of the passion .Move each heart to lOVe profound Ma) us Influence, roaalnt never In our boatia and lives gbottnd." No. t, The Morning (ckorna ami rec.) "Whoa the morning was eonae, all He- chief priests and the elders too It counsel together again! Jootta to put him tu doath." Xu The Accusation (chortle) 'v e found this man :ei rertlnii national He stirreth up the peaole." 'o. I. Tu the Judgment Hall (March si lemne). No. ... The Trial hQfttgrtOi for female vd. cs and aoio) "Then ktorod PUatO into the JudJ men) Hall ami called onto him Jesus and said unto him: 'What hasi tttnu oona; Art then the kinn of the JewaT " Xu. n. Tin- Condemnation (Quartet lor female voices and ilnuiisi ' ft when I'ilate saw that he pre tiled nothing he took water and washed his hands hefole Ihe multitude say um: I am lanoceni of ihe hlou.i this Just man, see , to it.' " X. 7. Via Crusis (chorua) "Then did I'ilate deliver JOBUI UOtQ 'lain lu in' ciucllied. And th.v t.n him and led him away, be boating his own cross." Xu. . Calvary (woman' . horns ami In)- "(' tonic and mourn with us awhile. Daughter of Jerusalem weep not for me. ween for ) ourselves and vour chll- Iren." No. :. Btabal Mater Doloroea (duel - "At the croon her station Btood ihe mournful moilu Where he hUttg, the dv iim LOCd." Xu. in. passion Uhurale (chorus) " sacred bond, urroondod by plon Ing thorn O blooding head so WOUndod recoil- d ami put to scorn." x... ii. The Dnrkneoa (solo, roe. ami horns) "Xow from Ihe sixth hour there was laHt nooa over all the land until the ninth hour. Jesus cried again with i d voice. He said. It im finished' and he bOWOd his head and fielded Up the ghoot.M No. 1.'. The Kill thipiakc (chOTUS and tartotj "Ami heboid Ihe veil of the temple was rent in twain from the lop tu ihe bottom, And the earlh did uiiake and Ihe roe.ks arOT rent, gnd Ihe graves te apsned." No. is. The Bhoaichare (solo) ' And when the 'ven Wits COM there weiu a Hch man named Joseph unto Pilate and begged the bod) Of Jesus." Xu. li. The rnpHaOUl ( chorus) "The story is told; that story of Old aii othon traitaoogdhm of ktvo norm ending Of death and the cross. Men i'' Him who bath loved as ami gnv himaeif for ue Tu blm he naajeaty and power ami vlory and might dominion fofOVer." Bi BoHh i ion. Soloists and Others. Miss Alice B, t amper, diret'ioi Mian Ismra Jenkins. nrKunlatl Mrs. '. K. WeM. and Miss Jessie t'ameroti. supra -HO solntxts; Miss Jessie ('ameron. Mrs! Oprano; Mlaa Buth I leu wood, second oprnttn; Mrs. S. A. Morro ami Mrs. Octave fjarffiter, eontraltos; Miss jean Ma. DOnnld aii... Mrs w. i:. Hogpoi Mrst aRoi Mrs. Qsurg s Qoodntn so and hlto Rdward in. hards ami BB keeping : weeplni wani itehi, haasee: tun. . i.ew Hail and Bnsorn, . . horns uf thlrtv ihe abort e eoestata. Will A. .1 Hall. Iar! Whltef ftl uj, es v ill assist Kram Is Wilson Is lu.conie under the manarenii ni .1 'haii. - I'r.'hman n.M asaaon. I DELIGHTFUL COMEDY PLEASES. .Large Audience Witnesses Production of Peg O' My Heart." ' 'k ' M) Heart." the delightful coined) written b) J. Henry Manner, witH presented at the Bgo1go thoatet iut venhis io a cniinct) house and the many attending wer. hlghl) plead ed with ihe production. r.-' a) Heart" is a H ue stuty uf life in Kn - lemi ami the persons taking tha vmi- ous parts iii ihe Btnghtg uf the cuiiicd". atoplayed ei ellent ability in bnndUng their lines. "Pe ' M) Heart" will us rememltered for some ilna i" eoana by thos,. wltneaaing II last evoninni Miss Klurem . Martin, in the rule uf Pag, handled the character '. perfoo Hon. BRe was east!) tin henrl and pre oT Hie play. Jerry, eateemed friend of Pea. was porlritved h Kred I.. Ti den, with, vividness. Alan., a yOUttg ahsgllahmna of aobto birth who had never dOne an v rea ' h.ird vm k in his Hie, ua:-- vvii proSenfed b) Colin I'ampl.eli. Mr. ('ampli.ll handled hi lines vith exact nCSa and Ins nutti r. il of a droll Knt-'lishnum was Mpleadl I. Kthcl. hi.s tQr. kWgHd h) Mil Maude Allen, also was very gOtld. VETERANS TO CHURCH. Will Attend Services at Presbyterian Edifice on May 24. The Invitation of Rev, Prank '. Knomk to B. it stiles poat, Q R., to attend divine aorotce at the Pre bytorhtn church, Reajghtoa, ui Me morial Bunday, May M, ha boon ac cepted. tubers of stiles poat win parade with the other military organisation of the dlstri, i tu the Presbyterian SUPERVISOR ROURKE IS RE-ELECTED IN FRANKLIN DEFEATS M. C. CETCHELL. THE ONLY NOMINATION CANDI DATE TO LOSE OUT. HutrVh0r RUOOMh wnu rc-elci'ted yoatifdgy In Krunklln t ovtiship ..ve--M. r OotchoHi the reuular nominee, Rourhe nitjulitv lieinj; ll'T. Ill ple- clini No, I the tvv.. aandldatas were Bad with 1 1 votes, tieteheli wa ins bnly camildate .ui the regular nnmlna tlon ticket to moH defe il i be vote for ' andldnt follow sapei , im r. Rpurke, ::,!; bell, j.,?: clerk, .laeliiir . 319, Hullivan, 303; ktghway commiaaloner, fjl '-'. An fths, Jii'!: treasurer. Shields. .. Sa.ii nn, uveracer of hlahwayti, Bheo ban, Kotila, -v-' ML C. Off hell, tin del' uted candi date for aunervlsor, expressed thank last evrnlng to the roter uf Prnnkliq township who coted for him In ys terda) ' elect ion. Oumcy Towwnhln. Bight) rotes were cast in Quint township yssterds) and every ones t for the regular nomination ticket. The Boclaliat-Federation crowd did not at tempt to ciiier ticket in Quincy tow nshlp. FIRE FIGHTERS MEET. J Paul Exley Again io Cnosen To HeocJ "i nanaoaw Dtfjartment. Memlici.s of the Ham OTI tin d. pari - "nl mt i last events and ele ted offieor tor the i aming . Paul i:x- l V. Who set id in il,, . apacitv ,,f chief fur the pd.-vi year, v.a. una a mollsly elected lu sl. , , p n,, OIR r Were , ei I , U, will i i. me i, fore i he ncll heai Wed nesdaj evening for rattflcatlon. "hief- I'.m! ,! BgtOf. Agglstnni i.'. v. Hnmllton. Aasjatsnt A U Levy, Secretary ami Trcusurer W V James. BILL ATTRACTS CROWDS. The bill offer ( d u( th, . trphebm the ater for th lirsl hah of this week I an excellent one ami a IgfiM i rowd at tended the playhouiie laat even it Mia Dalla Ftrmana, "the Kin from Texai," entertalniaa with singing ami talking aci la highi; ntortaininH while the feature act the Kawkasian tloupe. COhalatlng of seven ,, ,M,.. Rpecial ecener), I one "i th beat fired by the lucal mananemdni f abase time, tm Thursday evenhsg t forrth .-eras ui' Ihe K a HANCOCK EREVITIES. Adol.h '- ismilh i . fi Snmlav I poluth where be nil loess. m-uiIm i of th. Raa Ion 'ii ele m last 4-veni- ;ii t.n- lome ..f .Mrs. m Mrs. John I- on Ham ;. etreii Interesting papera wen- r.a I li .Mi Reuben I'lushj ami I.. . Cflnae, The first -..' -t h.-Week e.h met l.l evenin at the Mip heii bowling it lev : and eiijuycil an evening ente tahtment. Bafreadrmontg wore iii the eoaatlualon af (he i amea. Mis Bioronei rNeiH baa roturni Iram the Marquette X natal to Beater with retail rea In I hta ettj . Manj people from t?haaae1t, L'Am and I iraaa came t Hancock faai tolnu iu nitneaa "Pi l r .vi , Heart at tin- k rredse thanter Prmkrarinn vtt,,c ,... i.a ., i. ,,. . Ontonagon county, visited hi Ha eait i nn . Mlaa Mnhel Ontrel of fireenland i iaittn in Ham o' I:. I le Polk inn horn-, w hu areni to !ah Kmlng .sterdi to a .-si al al the fan eia! set vices .f the late Uhftrle I la n ea, ret urn, , 1 1 n!a v Additional Hancock on Page Two. I Smne l In Every 1 Drop! p 1 1 $Z 9 47 03" Sti ' huroh. A s ml Invltotli u baa ulvol lien a. 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