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THE CALUMET NEWS
PAGE THREE SATUBDAY, APRIL li. 1914. Hancock Department POPULAR RESORT HONOR STUDENTS WILL OPEN MAY 1 SELECTED TODAY White City, Campers' Rendezvous, j Miss Maud Hill Is Parochial School ...in n- L.tnrAuaH V ilortir tnr nn w uiuuihiui tail Will Be Improved w m ,.nM iil has bang made l li I r ntv the popular IN.rtauc Hn- ttWror reaorj PWU "'" !l I -iij,. Whin- 'il AMtMMMl '' ,-panj hM toa iioi.i af Mm renaii ' ,,1 mahe 'cvctal Improvements ) I, n.u. h la the MPMi ," ul ""' phW. tavuig the i ontamptoted change m ,BllUin Of :iM electric Itfffll Plain ,!, will rural ti.ii tor l.N I ' whU h Mi i" M pavilion i '"I " ," w.mhIh. An ( ir iroproVMIlMll v hi h is planned li ' ' , ( ., ,:, , for launches ami i he in w rf no situicenlly lai-K' to inll iuir nil launches MM ltogaura Ktght oaitfMrM v in tod , ' .,,. accommodation of campln lot "I sftlee. i i. inrKf tiHii house which M tor neai the WWto Cttl will b mv, , ,n.l it is possible Iliai a lin.v n ire bona win go negated to rurniKli amuaeamnl for the compare, fhc iiiiih iMiurd sii'wnik from bn . la ihe lube ahaJra will i- rebuilt, leveral rbangeg m Mat paeStog bro utdff consideration at Um grbeanl ,'. Bnd aleu '" """'"f- """ "f the I I Joatph Hour MM will have , hartfe round and will act as nMUMrr ii,. uiii nbui nave charge of the boa! plyimw between Hi" Portage lake Bnd toe Whtto City. Ho la ab tsperiem d iwaa la tbta capacity and , ,, .i.miI.I assist well In tba BMR aueimtii i ''"' I'leasure resort. SCORES IN THE DOUBLES. Bowlers Fail to Replace Dover and Kratt on Local Alleys. rar the peel few geya local bow tort congregated at tba Mitchell sswiitui alleya lb an attempt t bowl town tht high total of 1,181 establleh ,,l hj pnvor and Kratt tin- early por , ,. ,, the week, To date these at ttapti have boaa unsuccessful aad as the rolUnn nf the April doubles will he completed next Thursday indentions are thai then two bear torn will cap iat the Brand prtoa. Nasi Thoraday , , Munaaar MltobaU will aarard t,, the howleri tba candy prizes allot t in the holdara of tba various paal thai tat the eora hoani. "Tink ' ' I .'a t ) . arrived in Hancock , twat) from trip to iii' i'-,,n ceaatry and he reports ! will lie at Mix e eniiiK to I r and ni'M it,,- (if in, n trom their nsit ion. "Turk" is m i. of the West bowlers mi tht eh) tad his attempt may ha rae caarfat At present the aOOta board raadi ai follows: Deter, Ml; Kratt. .,v,; total. L1IL rrsvetll (12 WUanboafar, SSt; total, 1,191, tVLenry, r3: Mllford, r3S; to Lal. l.MI i l.eat a . .'.4 1 1 I'renet t tot li, I.iiTT. M. Mil- hell. .".71 : Raaaa, MG; total, 1. (;;. EXODUS OF UNION OFFICIALS. Hegir.) Will be Completed by May 1, According to Hancock Member. The ,v. .ins of union nfllctala will have been inmpleted by May I, ae o. n Habcoeb local offtoer, and the acnator will baoaapa an un kaowa ipiantlt) after that date. Daring ten day, gtHclahl Of various tepper country locals have been Irav iliatrict and B number of strik ers who urc unable to seeure work are 1 I., otbpr eampa, A eontrtbutlofl of se'eral tluuiwind . eh ed to tba rod oral ion front headituartera at Ttenver thin week ll is likely that a bl portion of in will ha converted into rail- t'linl tii beta. Mother Aloysa of th, St. Patricks pMMoobtal sch, ,,,1 t iiim aaorntog un nounaad tba honor ittotonta r tba wm graduating olaaa. The olaaa this year agggfban eiht students, four of wbaab have been aw ardad bonora. Tba students win, hohf tba bag( achotorabtf) avaragaa are ns folio tea: Val, dict,,i bin Miss Maude Hill. rktliitatorlan lllae diaabeth Ople, 'lass MM ' lass i n awry Mcntbera of ib ihaoy bisiot Miss UoTOtta Ui- i laa ;. iie leva Junior class of the parochial acl i will give a card party in tba near future to raise fundi t entertain tba senior class before their departure from tbaacbooL Many New Teachers. Indlcatlona are at tba preaenl time t'lal there will be several changes In Hie teaching I. .ice m I be llaucok pllli- lic aohoola next year, eapaciallj in tba hi;h school department. IPeveral of tba Inatructora either have reaignad m art II do so in the near future Principal Johnaoa has handed his realgnution and as rot it is unknown a bo win replace him, L A. Cbaaa, m tructor In clvlca and htatorj', also has realgned and will accept a poattton in the Hougbton hinh school. Mr. CtHUM is an able instructor and his loss will he fall i" great extent. Ha has held the poattton for the past feat yeara and his work has been of a bbjb stand ard. A new bead of t be commercial de part menl I.,- needed as r. m. Bad bapar, win leave to take up the study of haW at the conclusion of the school peat. Mr, Bedlnger has been located here lor the past two years, replacing instructoi Pribble who left for the w est. DOMINION BOOM OVER DONE. Former Hancock Resident Prefers Op portunity in U. S. To Canada. Drawing a comparison between the Tnlted siatc ami Canada, a former Hancock resident who has been local ed iii various parts ,,i the Dominion for the paal I wo paara, declares that the Canadian boom has been overdone. "If yon want to have m frank opin ion of tins country, then i win aav there Is no comparison between the parts I have visited and your own and other states," says the writer. "It is a fa, t that the provinces f Canada have been boaamd u oaatfe and a reaction was the natural result, farmers In your territory are not t rail-bia.ers, but business men. and unless he Is pretty sure of something better, he sticks with the old ties and refrains from mating his lot with an unknown country. "If American railroads spent as much money advert bring the possibili ties of lands tributary to their tracks as d the Canadian roads, a bic, put of ihe emigration to tins country would be stopped. Your lands at- cheaper than those out here. Winn farmers Mara the real truth nf condi tion! in this district there Will be U tie effort required to Keep bem home." EIFFEL TOWER HAS VINDICATED ITS CREATORS Unique Structure, 25 Years Old To day, Shows Up Critics Pari a, April The Riffel Tower has been celebrating its silver Jubilee, n April 2, Just veins ago, tin l i, in b Rag was hoisted on Its summit. h w.i iba principal aitractibn of the I po it Ion ,,f ItM, Both at the time of Its erection and afterwards It was (lie subject of hostile critictap oil the part of artists an, men of letters. Tii compos, r, Cbarlea Oounod, ih Kleat poets. I., conl,. ,. I.isle, UllM.V t'ruilhonmic, Malic, is t'oppee, the novelist, Quy Maupassant, united in protesting ngahtal tbe dUrilgurement ol I'arls by a BtTUCtttrc wfin h vw.llld not I,,- tolerated even "by commercial JAPS ADVANCE FUNDS FOR OCEAN LINE THROUGH CANAL DIET WILL PUSH PLAN AND AWAIT NEXT SESSION FOR RATIFICATION. Toklo, April Notwithstanding tin- la, bile of the .lapamse I n I Q aarea upon the budget which was tba Immediate cauae of the fall of the Yamamotu Cbblnet, tba government will advance funds for the siibsldv of n trtwoebl) ateamahlp aervjea through tin- Panama Canal to hlea fork, feel lag sure that the next session ,,l ibe In, i will fbtlf) tin- action. Latest plans ptovide that the new line .shall atari from Tokohama una proceed to Nee fork via Seattle, Pan ama ami i ;o!on. i u t tic ret urn i np the atoamera arill touch at New Or leans. Panama and Seattle, The or! fi nal idea to make Boeton the termini. s has been abandoned for the pies-.n'. Arrived at ITokobama, the steamers win continue on to Hongkong via Kobe. Mojo and Shanuhai. Og th wav hack P Yokohama they will tall at Manila and Kobe. Japan considers the Chinese and Phlllipine connections aoaary to make tbe venture profit able. The Nippon Viisen Kaisha. Which probabl) will receive n subsidy of about $800,000 annually, all! pktce nine 10,000-ton ataamara in the Panama set v n e. The KOVerament has selected Setittle ;is the l'acilic poll of call be- i.'iuse it Rnda COal cheaper there than at Honolulu, and some port is consid ered necessary on the voyage of T.iiiia mibs from Tokohama to Panama. The Voyage from Yokohama to New York, v ia lb, Sue Canal, takes over X0 davs. but the Panama route will require but 13 davs. FACE BROKE OUT IN LITTLE PIMPLES Red and Sore. Like Little Boils. Would Wake Up At Night and Scratch. Cuticura Soap and Oint ment Cured in Three Weeks. SOCIALISTS WANT CITY PARK. Application lor Anthony's park 0g e,.. h Bundaj follow inn pay day, dur ing tin months of June, July, txtgttel and September, have been ItMd Willi City Clerk Hoffe POacher by the So cialist party of Hancock. The matter will be btuugbl before the Hay meet inn of Ihe city council. Hancock Church Services "I tried falls Ofay, Neb. "My trouble began abai I ;isi about sixteen. My face broke ut in inn,, pimple ut first. They were red and Mire and then became, like little m)11k. 1 lrktd at my face "iitlnually and it made my lace red and mint looking and thta I would wake up at nlaht ami scratch it. 1 1 w a u source of continual annoyance to me, um my fuce was always red and splotched and burned all tho time. . nnil ut hers, hilt 1 could Bad MtbJag to cure It. I had been trouhkcl about twa yearn U'fore I found ' aUcun s,,ap anil ointment. 1 sent for a ""tob Of Cutkhaia H.iap und Ointment and ,r'l Hi, in and I then bought mime. I ii,ui ,j f;,,.,. (MM, wllh tllo cutieiira sl ami mt wat,.r at n,Kht ai( lh(, toaaaf tea Ooaieam ointment, in the iii.TtiiMK i eamad U otr with the Ctoakaaa h'nand hoi water. In two days 1 noticed tOMaei topravamaaa, abfa in three weeks a run, was eomlete." (Hlgiied) Judd ,JMaeka, Jan. to. VM.i. It aaan aesbtb ti ban how pure, sweet. ymH'tlv.. am, laaflhaj Culleura Moap and intnicnt are , the treatment of poor eoin WrtliMii., red. rough hands. Itching sealps. naiulrurr. ,r . thin and falling hair, berauso 'un,ssl not ,uy th,.,n ,,, yo(J try tnpm bl everywhere, sample of eel ""lis, niail.,1 fr,-,.. wlth ;,.,.p Hkln ,took A(. "JMsMH-anl-rutl. ura. Oept T. Huston." ei,. wsttaaagagdta1ggfgairJmOM w m W UuU it boat for akla aad scalp. First Congregational. Morning service at 10:10, Odd I'el . w nf Hancock w ill attend in a bo.lv Itev. L. Q, ftifh will Pleach the set -moll, subject. "Being Kept of Hod." Bnndaj school at noon. Kvenlng ser vice at 7:M, subject. "Lite's PriVlMg- es." Prayer maatlng Thuradaj avaa inK at 7:M oviocu. Cbatr mtnmrnal i t idaj averring at T :ta o'clock. First Methodist Episcopal. Pert ices tomorrow morning and evening will be gg usual, in Ike even ing ll"' pastor will speak on "That foung Man." Dollar Bay M. E. 10: SO Comblnatloa service. 7: no Preaoblag aatvtea, special music will be furnished ill this serv- h ,. and there win ha reception of lilelllbelS Mondaj evening at T:fO Bpurortk lea lie. ednesd.iy at i:n P. m. Junior kaujraa, Prayer ateeting m taw ev aing ai fftb, Point Mills. I : n - Preaching. 3 no Huiulav school. 8t. George's Church. Hancock. S : 00 10: 30 sci mon 11:40 Holj R tichariat, n. in. M lst!a Rev. Walker a. m - Vespers Cantata ami and sermon at lb) Rat Walker .Monday 1:10 p. m. K " Thuraday I to p- '"ll, s' M a .m p, m Conflrmatloa claag. Kri.iav ss PfcllbJ and Jamaat s mi .,. m kod i-.ucii.it c! t N m .-Choir ptnetlce. St. Luke's Church, Dollar Bay. lundas I t B,,nnn s Toeedaj t K f Coafbmattoa cltlSS. WILL GIVE BENEFIT TONIGHT. Finnish people of Hancock will gi va i benellt concert and supper in Ihe parlors Of the fclnniah Lutheran l hutch this even Inc. tbe uemavt program ta commence at B:KJ OCIOCK, I be pro I t am follow.1 : toaaa Cnllrigj rbetr. Addreea R f. Ifantta. Mandolin a,.t leorge Keetl. Ptono duel Lempl Ruona and Kaa- nia llirsimakt. Mandolin duel Mta Makela and .1. link, la. Hanco. k chapter, order of Baatern Ktar, will meet Tueadaj evening t" in- taii officers for the coming year, PLANS FOR NEW SCHOOL. Architect Maaaa aIll likely aubmlt I t the board of education this week tba plans for the proposed lour loom ad dition to tbe Ryan achool, Prealdent Baer nf the board thinks bids for the proposed addition Will he , ailed for Deal week. It is hoped M have these bids ill and the contrail awarded early in May that arorfc can be started Immediately, aa the board is desirous ol having the contract com pleted tor tin- opening of act i a eat September. 4. .j. a a 4 : HANCOCK BREVITIES. m v Am rb a Other critics declared that It would not last twent.v veHis. but it staiuls todn.v as strong as eve to v ,n dual,, its creators, tbe symbol and triumph ,,l modem Industiv. POf the Klffel Tower wae the pMOOt i ff the light metallic eonstruction which makes poaatbea af us ouaplaneaa aad , mu ii i attwtaltb Iba most daring eoncepl ions of the ill, bite, t and eUgi gkM er. The fanunis lower is. ladaed I mil aria of llgbtnam aritk all Ita I, ion- ,,f metal, as a simple calculation shows If a model oil Ihe scale ,,! one thouMumlth were made ii would be I'i Inches high and would ool? weiah 2 .linces, the wrl In ol a Um k i be i ,,f paper. , At Aral hardl) niorr than an engi necrlnK ciirlopii,.v, Iba Kiffel Towii found Its -i4tion when vv.i.b- nb giaphv was invented. Now Ihe cor rect time and a luulgel "f the latest news is tlaslif d from H twice dally , ship.-, at sett and t.n ail K'rag h eolon liaa in a frit a. Joaquin Miller's old home near Oakland. Cal.. M t be pin. based by dub women to be innde ., park In Ilielllol'V of the poet. Thomas Kim.ev litis croaaed Atlantic l.o.r,7 tunes. I'urser on liner, aged Home. New York. Earthquake Which Devastated Northern Japan in March Left A Path Strewn With Suffering Tofclo, April IS, Tbe plight of po. Japanese in the noi ia vv In. have bee euffertng from famine ana been in crag set i i, tba disastrous Bartbuuake ot March a hick ,..use,i great aevaata- lion in a .one of about 10 miles siUJi around Aklta on the island of Hondo. The it of Aklta ,v.is damaged onto sltahtiv. but iii ih nntrj nine lukwaa unil forty-one viiluaea were serioualP damaged some village, i,, in entirely ana) ill I luted. Almut I .i on house., were complete!) destroyed and about I ut persons were killed, actNirdlng to tba latent reporta. The , a ri bi ua ke came at dawn The motion vva horiatiutul ai Br t, bul ..ti er Intent) si . ot. o, turned into a viotonl perpendicular movement gieatl) in creasing in velnciiv until it hfobe the .seismoi, raphs. Tin upward movement which is particularly feared In Japan, r aimed hundreda of homes u eoliapee and seres of people were eruabed Ui death, having in, time to eacape, The affrighted l.eople Who SU'ceeilcl ,11 getting out, rushed to the t a dr., a, I n all attempt to es apt fjrOm tbO etitlh quaba belt, but found the rails blocked will. stones and eailh DangoroUa hotea and trenches weie opened in Iba atreeta from which rose g cloud of dual a n,i debris. Survivor' Tales Thrilling. Bo vera! thrilling tales awn told by eurvlvugp, At Yodokawa the bouaa if a ataaitb) raaktani caagbl Ore and the falllilV . f r-e enleeli people as W'll a two rlatttura, were burned alive The two :t..iied homo ,,f Hantaro Kalto ii trabaggura was raaed t the ground, HI togOtl Of bve and thra lu-n aeie a aire p on the Aral floor with four miosis upHuis. Winn tbe building was falling tbe men upstair-' managed to crawl from Ihe Aebrla and aWnn to at arch ffr thjoaf betow, i-v a w , re tab ii out injured, bui three otheta, m cludlag the master of tbe i M Ma son and servant, were found dead faithful to the memory af tba em peror, on,- ,,f the tirst acts ,,t tbe may- .a Kowakubl, which iuih wlpfd out ll tbt lis , n r. was to rush to Hie bill top and re, over the Imperial flag boating on a shrine that hail been dedicated lo the laic emperoi N'UtUU- bin . Erect Huts m Mud A Japanese M portei v I i made !t trip through the devast.it I district, fonid miser and pathos. Home vi - tints i. ol trected huta in tin rbad ntv gthefw tin lend was knee d- i Hh found the e litem af gtowabuN m ah solute fl.,1 kness exi epl w her, a few -i.: cling 'Chi- fe.-bl.. showed u of oeotruction. Nat one of the one hundred ami hefty bono., remnbaasj m taci. a s.ofe of pe,.pi. gad bean In stantly killed and e.gbl V w r, m,o ,r less aeveret) InJjtteedL Ttu poet master had en. m id faato ' log tba i il. nb ,r kla Wife. v t. ,ia: i alter tba aartbsioabe the i t . t mi l v ol, a in, on doom ' ttohg I suddenly be ame active The sjoun t.un which ii near tin coast and over tax . . i in- aaa .t Jdjaaa la knata a as the i ii. ii of Aklta, H- auoamti is coar ored with snow even m mid itummrr a greater ma - amoka ami tire smi denl) burst from the aoathweat crater, and Oared baa an a rd, Qrei ii w i M ii - c mmissioii g,.v . i um, nt. v under Kmpioves of tin Hancock poat office have elected lo become members ,1 i gg i tnltad Na t ii ma I Ai aoclatlon f poatoftlca Ctorka, The etorka w ill meet ggatn soon to organlae, the difficult) at (he preaent time being in deciding whether or not to congoltdate with the Houghton poatoffk e empto) ai Donald MhOLaan, has resigned his position ns conductor for the Hough ton County Traction company, to enter the Ut S. life saving s,i v ice tit t he portage Oanal station. Mrs. lied Miitoid of Hanootot le rc eovarlbg Pram an operation ai si. Joseph's hospital .Members of the local order, I. l. (. p will attend the First Congregational church In a bod) tomorrow morning Itev. Rich, the pastor has arranged n special sermon for the invasion. Mrs. William Hendrickson was ar raigned beftire Justice Kichkern yes i.idav afternoon charged with Iwing disorderly. The complaining witness was her husband. She was placed tin der bonds of Iffg to keep the p, a, John Htcoh has teturned from Chi cago. V W. Hanover, formerly n resident of this city, is visiting with friends of Hancock. He Is now located In I Mi -limine, Iowa. I.idv ffldgecoMb lodge, DntiRhters o( St fJtoOfbje, will entertain nt n social and concert at Qulncy loratlon this I evening. SATURDAY, APRIL 25th We will inaugurate a Great Sale of Women's and Misses' Spring Wearing Apparel Which Will Be More Unique and Tittr active to the Gopper Gountry Buying Public than our Wonder ful Sale of Last Fall. 11. l i y iviv.X,. I ; m I W 1 n An April Sale of Women's Suits $14.50 In Values up to $18.00 Bvt rv pxjtpnbivp $19.75 il In Values up to S25.00 $25.00 In Values up to $35.00 ndel von nave admired this Keaaon yon xv ill ftnd In thin col lection. Themofd fashionable and aueeviceable rabriea, rich lintngt lo add theii further note ol eleganeik. Every novelty Btyle, every latest trimming, ev erv ooatnme wliade. Bach suil is :i convincing and unmatched value. Spring Coats Attractively Priced $25 and S30 Value COATS $19.50 $12.50 Value COATS $10.00 $18.00 Value COATS $14.50 Splendid, brand now coals, ninny of which have nevec been shown befon fmibhed too late for delivery before Kiiytpr. OoatH Moire silk. Chiffon Taffeta, Stunning Shepherd Plaids, Paacy NoveHieg ami Swagger London lothi iu Hip smart. -t ,f this si asonVi.i.ul. -Is h.ImmIv in- tin- v.-ry lai.-si gtyle features; all liandsomel) lined ami perfectly tailored. Just Unpacked Purchase of 100 Dresses MADE TO SELL AT $25 AND $30 f 19 WOMEN S k MISSES SUITS All ebarming modHs from th.- conservative to those that an- sestfal with tho color ami eharm df yooth. Seal spring Styles, too" the verv latest wit h rulVles at tUUMJ lUbd hem, with Implies aial bostle rutlh with tiered skirts ;,,,. of' other touches, rahru- Uwlssls pant Taffeta, Plowered GPfjpea, Crepe de Chine, ehaageable Taffeta ami 1'oiilins, unexampled values. Others $10, $12.50, and $15 GIRLS SPRING COATS Sizes G to 14 Years $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 GIRLS WASH DRESSES Sizes C to 6 and 6 to 14 98c, SI 50, $1.08. THE FASHION FIFTH STREET CALUMET, MICH.