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TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Mpi sam SSI ManpaM Hancock Department APPOINTMENTS ARE APPROVED Only Slight Change in List ot Ap pointive Officers v , tati meet Ins f the Han- ,.t) roMtieN ovanlbi Mayor ojala'H choke af aiwblstles tli i s (or , omlng year w,,s ""'"'I- ' '' UhI ..f 111 - I'm end MMMRltiMx ,,,,,.,1 .v tlM ctl.v's cxcciillve was 1 1. sill the same f i1'''! "f the vwir, ihe only ohaa'gs bshhl in Ihe ns i, , Hon ,,: Bdwsrd Peiiberthy itr i John r ghlelds M hoaid "' eiaeH neaee Clarence Q, Means mm samed city u.i ami eiiRineer i su ceed . . ,,, I i.nalil. Tills chanko was male ,. the council lo ih,' la have i , , i .1 IM Blfy ai-i'nv in this hi I jii'Hy, M r. Mai l i.mal w is n .1 on th ; M( ,,f appldniees Iiihi yetr nil lis ,,. me was added Inter ar I he i. 1 1 .1 in , i ,.i itj of engineer oh ahen in. ,ii,.m were Kollowlnfl me ill- etprovad am mi ireiils: i ,i ,.t Police WW mi I. Rentes I H li. i m Attorns S. ! Uewtan. il. bUM MBeSf lr I.. M. I'.over cnj Rnglneei Cmrestcn :. Mssun sir. 1 1 CommUolon-ir lenses T. II i ;;. i 1 1 il l .n I'M Aai l i ft". Hydrant shkpaejajtsstlaitt gtkra f!el pel. ,1 ,ii Special Asi'Smil- I'.ilw ilil . ill" i !hj anil John '. SlMt l.l v . in. i Rnglneer at iwtii station I i ; 1 1 1 1 il ia r. i , . i in. r Paul M Bull v . i'ii w srdan Ji nset i ; i Ntghl Police Pear Kink Rlveil. I'hailfs Anderson and Ssvala. Park Superintendent John Peronl. r.aiiiage Superintendent Richard Kim man. . lomnlttM A I.I. I nu n I'N -ill. . A. Johnson an, i Mi ' ' nn i ighl H Ids hush K s. ott, a. a ,i, tin n ami Dsvsy. and at.T Aldermen PiniV M. i llynn ami I ia S) . iii, Mail A Mermen a. a Johnson, S' ut i und Met llynn. I nn . Aldmiri O'Neill, K v ami Davey, Park Mermen McClvnn, nooTK Johnson ami Kev . Health Aldermen 0 corse Johnson, S lit) Hid hYaiicls. Liciunr AWi'i nn ii Francis, McfJlie, Dave) ami r.Will. The liquor committee is an addition in the Hal hi' committees appotntci! iv the mayor and will have Mr its w il the invest ifjatron of afp4 ieanta tot v n ii. i n cs. The word ni ii ii- ittee Will mil ' Rnai Iml will li' him i a recommendation to tha mem ben ni i in- oodaRil. I,,. ;,,. I.. mis SMALLPOX AT THE NORMAL. Marquette Collage Student Contracts The Diaeaae. mallpos s.'iiri' has developed the Mnrthem sun' Normal aaya tin' Maniuetla Journal. .Miss Loey NV-st- lake, a Htudenl at thai Inatltution, was Mian ill anil was forced to fclve up I la s mi April L'V Silt iirda v af M a di.-iiHisis nf har raaa waa in hi in-. HapaM Markhaaa! who pen aunmonad to n,tiand tin- pa Uent, Dr. M ark ha ins ooncltiBkM wua Hut the caaa a'aa ahuillpox, The mat ii. ia rapbrtod la tha elt hanlth ' Hi' r, Hi'. 1! f . Mains, ami tha W. si - iium iii tin- cprnar 'i HYonl and Ai ii Rtraeta waa plaeardad Pntttvdai aJcht. Tin health officer afnl tha attandlni phj Irian hava kidih attafhle thua far in waaaa taa iiisi-;i;' waa roa trarted, aflaa WrstiaK.. attandad Iha Normal until tha ia aha waa ronfined t" lir home. Huwevt'i-. nn uihi-r cuaea have developed; Dt, Mains will visit iii- Normal acnool today. ! nill an-d-n v or I., asct'itiiin. if poaaJble, whath' ei Hi.- dlaaaaa wap contracted there and will take steps to prevent any lilt) nf a spread nf the malady. MOTOHBOATS IN ACTION. Many New Crafts are Sean on Port age Laka Thie Season. That the present Heuson will he a haaj "Me tor motor aaat huiidera ta evnient from the actin tmnng trm- ti enthnaiasts Tha familiar "ohtat i-llUK" la heard mi the lake evet v ila , and Suinliiy w as a pa 1 1 i. iilarl y huay da Pat the aatariata. The anialler boatH this year ar- ( many kin. Is ami yarietles ami are seen .hilly sklmmlm,' ailing the lake. Anion the new .ats that will ha Keen In l...al Witters this season will BO one nomad af Miroa Lytla, Mr. iytie haH heen littlnn nut Ins . raft with a modern aosiae. Ha raafclai extens ive repairs, mi the boai and Maootfl it P I lie nf llM s iliesl in loial wu- tel s NAVAL RESERVE UNDERGOES PHYSICAL INSPECTION DR. REES, BATTALION SURGEON, REPORTS MIDDIES IN EXCEL LENT HEALTH. Member! of tin- i laaeoi h nav al orlcada underwent a physi cal adamlnatlon last aveainc la the armory headquarters in German ta hall under the upervlalon nf in Raee af Calumet, battalion aurceoa. in' itees reported thai ha found the condition of the middies ami officefa at a hiv.h standard and was greatly pleased with the outcome. The examination was m no was ..in net led with a probable . all t Mex ico whieh has been expected by tonal mlddieaj but waa the phyatoal araamln at ion which is conducted every year by the bat ta lion Burgeon. The Reserve Nine. The inst pre ii' a "i randidatia t"i the ha aa ha II nine to repreaaal the K aorve was held Bundaj morning at the Ham och drli Ing parti 11 la axi I that they will have a atrong team this year ami in a lew weeks will he roadj i, i meet the nine representing tin- Cal umet I an-meet s ami Hottghton Light Infantry. They wottld amo like in mi i i any other copper rjountrj aaplr- anls I'nr the amateur iha III I in ns 1 1 1 1 1 of aha ilatrtati Captain Coon has aowse good matet i:ii tor tin- rartooa positions nn the team ami the otttlooh for the Coming Seaaon is srliod. It is likely that he will net at the receiving end of the liat- tar) or he may i la) the initial Back Clarke, former local high achool atar will do llM twirling ami several nhlt substitute pitchers are available. Pun key, McOlynn ami lhto are ehroi iiini ! veteran piayera wno reponeci tor practice Sunday and with these man aa a nucleoa around which to form a team, the local .livisinn ahould ha a furmldable nine. ISSUES CALL FOR MEETING. Secretary Reid of Cricket League Sends Notice to Teams. Secretary William Raid nf the 'i.p per Gauntry Cricket league today tap nvad a call tor a meeting nf team repreaeatattvea for Baturdaj eveninaj ;il in l.H'k in the city haH The se - ratary baa secured permiaalon from Mayor Qala ta boM the Bsaeting in the city hall. The purpose nf the meeting is to determine ahetber nol tin' laaapie is to im reorganised thli aaaoai, Palnea dale and Wolverine are h aly teams that have otcanhMd to data and as it is Kettinu late in the seasmi I lie Sec retnty Is anxintis as to the Intentions nf the clubs. Mr. Raid is. of the opinion thai the reason all "I the teams bae not al- ready organised is owing t" the new etaxht-hour law now in effect In the mim s. Prai tlcally in of the cricket I la ets VMUK iii the mines ami the new liaa pa them ai work until 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon Instead nf i o'( in, k as formerly. in the line of Sports the new law is a detriment in stead nf a betterment to tin- worklna men." said the secretary this mntninu. "By the old method they COUld K't their work completed on Satunlav aM l eiiniiKh for the names. The new law makes-It fill her late for the men tn prepare to pl;i . and this ma h:m Basse SffaCl nn the schedule nf leanm for the coming seaaotrl." MILL TO OPEN THIS WEEK. New Plant of Dollar Bay Lumber Company ia Ready. mw mill al Dollat Bay. that nf the Ixdlar Hay Lumber company, in which iv v Clements, formerly man- nci nt Ibe .Neaters a I liaraKa. ami i- ! Hlllver. aiSSSgSl nf the UaniKa Lllsnlber nmp:in. STB the prim I pal uwiiera, w ill lieKln iijierii I ions wun week. The mill fnlinellN was opciateil by the DaUaf Hay Umd ft Improve-j IBSnl I'umpiinv. a 'alumet A Heida BUbatdlafp, hut has SSea out of com mission fni snme yenrs 11 has been rebuilt, new machinery la SaS1 in Staliad ami the Srbola plant put into the best condition, the company inn ceil at polntl on the Mineral RaBSJB ami the Capper Renajs in iiouKhtnu Bounty during tha wtatter ami as pacta durliiff Ibg summer lo make a cut of h, iiihi. iiihi leet principally of hemlock. John Hawht) of Ontonagon has purehassd the old Oasoin nil 1 1 at that pises ami has virtually rebuilt it. Mr. HaWiey started cutting this week ami expects lo '; t nut :!, .mm feet. The Hat-ami and Nester lanubei bom panics of Bars ant era gadtueg ready fnr their sessoa's ma ami prohshh will stall Hie hitter pall of I he Week. FORM NEW ORGANIZATION. Panama-Pacific Club Launchsd to Boost for tha Exposition. At the conclusion of the isctars Sua- day SfternOOn, by Miss Vera Tuna In the North Sin Tejiipciaiu-e hall, on tin- Pan American exposition, a asm organization ,. Uv known as the 1'an- ama-Paelflo slab sms formed. The oiah 1 1 tni- the purpnse of arouaiag greater lateraal aasoag the Finnish pie ill the exposition. It is llkel. thai Miss Tiul;i will forSS other clubs in the towns of the copper OOUatr) "i which She will r.peak thin week. The plan ol the voiniK lady IS lo raise $:?!, PM for the election of a hllihlllin at the exposition tO represent the I'm R lab people of i liis country. The follow nit; snroMsd as BAomfesrs ot the cinb shinds) svaedna: Cnil a Bltfvsn, William Brsdbaea, Werner Nn. ami. r. Amtrsa Btsmss, Basil saas tsmeiaen, A I. Karkkainen. taa OJs, Sbjrtd Nikander, Charles J Tolonan, Aline Heillanen, l.empi Uissey, I'. Steinback, Andrew Lund, Henry MoH anea ami iiiijii Tolonan. The slab win meet tomorrow avealag at thie Tolonan home to sleet ofSoara. Inter class ... i'ii Intel i l.i LOCAL BASEBALL PLAYERS START INTER-CLASS GAMES SOPHOMORE CLAS8 TEAM WINS INITIAL Gm.v.C FROM FRESH MEN, 16 TO 11. Coach It.diiiKer of Ibe Man ock bbjtl achool baseball team ami t'aptaln AS elson have lilt upon a kiaique SsM ' dstsrmlna the best beseball players Is the high school. The plan is to have a gartes nf Inter-class gsmes, the freshmen, wiphomore, Junior and sen lor chiHses organislns alnea ami play' I ii u a short schedule. In Ui i h milliner the poach ami captain feel that the candidates for the lunh I i nine Will obtain excellent I'll tU'O and ON able to show tnelV skill. At the conclusion r tin series a squad of men w ill for the high school team The initial gaBBS ol III. series was plaped lasl evening at the Hancock driving pink between the freehsnen ami pophomore teams. The sophomores proved themselves better with the bill and defeated tin- lower classmen bv Ihe Beers nt Mi to II The JnntorS and seniors will put) I t the driving park tins afternoon. This name promises to i.e an interesting oaa :is several of tin- veteran players of bUBl psar'a team pill be In the line up nt both teams. Tin winner ol tin gssas to be played this afternoon wW play the winner of the hist gams the sophomore nine, for tin- championship of ihe school, bnmed la t el) after tin championship came, which "in prob ablv he played toriloll-w eVeliiliK. rSg" star practice will be commenced foi candidates selei ;ted foi Klgh schoal I. a in Tha Track and Tield Team. The tirst practice foi track nut Held candidates was ssM terda) after noon when Coach Ansel "t the trpek team took be. CSadldati I..I the high sehool team lor a cross-i ountry i nn 'I he i a is tan :i .1.' Im Ot applox- latatel) threa miles ami showed up in excellent form for tha in i prsctli Hernial practical will ii. itiune la tile next lew Weeks it tile riltlllillj? track at Ihe Haiic... k . lr, v Ing pill i. WILL MEET AT THE S00. Tinnish Luehtrans Choose Delegates for Suomi Synod Conference. The members ni the I'innish Luth eran church of ibis city met Sunday aad sleeted delegates to attend the annual conference of the Suomi synod of the United states The annual meet ing will he held in Bhult ste. Marte on June ii, and IS, and Dr. Nikander, The auetook fnr a championship tPSCk team lo represent Ihe local achool thin year Is good, t'aptaln Klden Mciiivna the tur sprinter ,( last vein s taSMn will SgSln run the dashes and enter sev eral belli events. act aa president of the synod, An iSA portani qusettoa t in , onsi dared is whether the Suomi ami National ay- nulls will be BBjSffejsd or not. This question BSS before a previous meet Ing tnit action was delayed. Delegates to the Reset Ins, from Han cock win be riiaibs Lembsegi IHI Martjarvl, John Abrsa, WVllIsm Jnim son, Herman kPsteasien ami Ufa. win lam Nikkikt, tha hist three bstng named as alternates An attempt to himi tin- mil asmvention fay Haaeock will be made. It is intended to cele brate ihe twenty-iiith unsJvetsary of preaidenl of tha Suomi collage, wlllths synod In Haaceok nasi aummer. ttttttttt HANCOCK BREVITIES. :::::::::::: A new wuter meter Is bsSSsJ UtStSlI -I at the Holi Hotel In (he future the water consume,! at the hotel will he gald for according to the amount used. Joseph BohUttS has (.'one lo llranl Rapids on business. "Dotty" Shea bookkeeper at Bchuti I Hroa. Htore on Qulncy street foe the past thirteen years, resigned some tim gfja and is now acting as salesman fa Armour - Pd Contractor erville ha , la-en award ed the wont met I.. remodel ihe Doyis tailnl BhOp nil QuillC) street. The Kstyaslsa bardwsra has put I'hase,! a new leant nt' bays to replm m the black learn lorinerlv owned by them. The juniors .,f st. Patrick's school Will SBlSrlSllI Ibis evening With a caul i 1 1 . The proeasds fross the affair Will be used for defraying! 'he ex penses of eatertalalni tha santoi 'i1 in June Aland. I GSSS of Ahtneek was a II ii cock visitor todii.v. iiiiiies Bsrtk of M Ha stik as Is rtsit i i ik In Hiinco. k. Mr. and Mrs. I' II. I'aine of Lake Undaa were Hal cfc rbssssN ysatei day. They attended the funeral ot the late it d Light. Horn, to Mi. ami Mrs, He nf Noberg ..I Ripley, a Kiri. . ICE CREAM SODA'S AGE. Popular Concoction Invented by Rob SCI Green of Philadelphia. while birthdays and anniversaries r..wd upon us let us not forget un event vvhnh has brought hh-s .. countless people. Maybe you did nol know thai toa reani soda is Just forty years old. This hit of lUSCiOUSSMBBS wns born m Philadelphia, and Robert Ureen, a Civil war veteran, was its creator. In IK7L" said Mr. Green. the Prankila institute was having a big exhibition at Thirteenth ami Market street i ass making sods foaatsissj and had one at this exhibition. So I decided to try sonssthlng new and nov el. "Putting some ice cream In a gfeaaa I poured ihe Hit voted soda upon it. and that was tin start ot ice cream soda. The drat gay I took In $. but before Ihe exposition ended I Sold $JH" WOTth of ice cream so, hi Iii a day." I'ii. in Unit modest rivulet at Thir teenth snd Market streets has poured illl A SMI SOn nf ice cream sodas all over America, Philadelphia Ledger. $.25 or One Fourth of a $ Time Is Money Labor Saved Is Money Preservation of Health Is Money Elite Dirt Remover I save TIME, LABOR and HEAiTH. TIME by doing tha work quicker. LABOR by removing the dirt eaaiar. HEALTH by removing tha dirt and disinfecting at the aama tima. We want yoi r money and we give you your money's worth tha yair 'round, but mora ao during Houatcleaning time. ELITE DIRT REMOVER ... 25c Quart Can "old at all grocery atorea. If not satisfied, get your money back Guaranteed by EILERTSON & CO. Gossip of Market and Mines by Minnear & Co. V HOUGHTON COPPER This company haul three machines working, one In the drill nt the tSL'O-foot level und two drifting from the SfbsSS at l.tiL'O feet. QO04lOOkbsg ground is coming from both lev Is. A crosscut will tie started soon In search of th west vein. Six miners and three trammers are employe. I One-man machines ure In use. COPPER RANGE The directors of Copper Kange Consolidated were to have met this week to approve the unniial report. It snag also expected in some quarters that some action might be taken mi the dividend, hut SO tar no announcement ha been made and it looks as it no action will bo taken until the next quarterly period, early part of June. Hefore the Consoli dated company can pay a dividend, It will be neceaaary for the .subsidiaries to make distiibutlotia. The annual reports of these companies will be mailed stockholders some time the coming week, and they certain ly will not he favorable owing to the strike which inter rupted operational at the properties for most of the last hair of the year. The company, however, paid only $:.0U in divi denda last year, ho it is possible the surplus has not been diminished to any great extent. The production for the month of April has not been an nounced, although It is expected it will show an ISMHOAM ol about :i0 tons oyer the figures for the preceding BBOUttl During the month of March, the toinbined output of the i 'upper Kange Consolidated mines was 1917 tons, and if the April llgures ure up to expectations or around L'.'-OO tons, the company will be producing very nearly their t'oiim if production aa the BVefage monthly output of mineral for eighteen months previous to the stiike was around : .- tons. It is stated the company has more than Mini applications from former strikers whom it has ns yet been unable to find places for. Advantage will be taken of this unpre.-ei lent d labor supply td accomplish a big increase in production the men to be added as rapidly as openings permit. FRANKLIN The result of the mill test made lust Sunday has not v. I been announced. The llgures pnbably will be. given out next week in Huston by President llwurds. Another null run will he made a week from Sunday on about l.tinn Ions Rapid work has been done Iii the drift on the 32nd level ie cently, til feet In each direction huvlng been covered in the last two weeks, giving the drift a total length of III fast it is fo art sea fast in width, giving g compute cross section of the vein. tJood ground continues ut both ends, but It Is not tlie equal of thnt on which the assays wet" made. A raise will be stalled shortly in the north diltt. This will bring the product of the lode up to lL'O tons d.nlv ISLE ROYALE The production of this company already Is lose lo the ante-strike llgures and soon will be higher. The present average Is about 1,550 tons daily, compared with 1 ..". t o fore the strike. Wednesday Ihe shipment was l.tito. RffoH Is 'being made to bring openings into u condition to perm 1 1 the emplovmcnt nf many Inrmer strikers an soon as pos sible. At present the mine is full-handed. It understood that the (Hand I'ortage lode, which is being opened on three levels, the L'Jnd, L'tith and J t ii . Is making a very en couraging showing. HANCOCK We understand that everything Is looking very promising ut this property and shipments could be materially Increased r n .IIP g facilities were provided for. The company is BOW Whipping to the Centennial-AIIOUCS null, which mill can handle only S limited quantity of Hancocks lock as the other nines thai are Interested Is this milling company an shipping nearly sufficient to keep it operating tn capac. ity- o far this year, over ll.tKMl tons of rOCh have bean ship ped, and it arrangements can be made for the handling of it, May's ahlpmeata should be over noon tons. Ws under- stand that in Apnl, in excess of ,MS tons were shipped, and that SI present there is an BOCUmuJatiOn of approx imately MM tons in bins and can at the mine awaiting shipment MARKET AND MINING BRIEFS Inspiration stockholders ratified the t,r,oo.oou bond is sue. West End Consolidated actual earning! for the month of Marsh were $ii,lli;, according to a statement issued by the company. Stewart Mining Company Shareholders have received c basks far lbs rssmter quart art) dividend of km cents share. This is Ihe dividend that the company was en joined from paying. At present prices, this BtOCk is a v.ty attiactive purchase. Granby'a OUtpUl for March was 1,775,852 pounds of cop per, an increase of Ut.iiou pounds over l-Vbiuary, and is about IJOii.lliiii pounds less than the production for Match I yetir ago. Tennessee Copper produced 1,111,114 pounds of copper m March, or 114,000 pounds less than for the same month u ear ugo. Houghton Copper's SSrpSadlCUksl de. line was due entire i to liquidation of loans of a Boston house thai recently assigned. Pifl Lesd Is now quoted al M cents par pound, which is iin advam c from Mi, the low point of this rear. Bgpecta lion of a large demand lor war purpOOM was the OSSSS Of the advance. Spelter market has been Omsk Slth sales reported as low as 4.K5 cents This has been the cause of some of the weakness In Butts A Superior, but the earnings of this com pany are ao much in I SCOBS Of a handsome aid OS the present selling pi ice ot Ihe stock thai the lower qu. it a I inn faf Its prod u. t should not affect mat. t i.illv Nevada Wonder declared its third dividend Of ten cents il share, payalde Mav Isl Wolverine pludSOfd rtS.SPI p., amis of mineral during the month of April. BCCordtng tS OtRclsl tigures just te.eived. This compares with 111,01 foi tha saoritk of Mttrok imd Wag in April. iPiaV Mohawks OUtBSd in April was I71,PM pounds of iiimeral an Increase nf I Hi, MID pounds ovei the production fot Mn h a mi ...,m,.,.r..M wiiii 1 312.0(1(1 iii Apiil a year ago. This company Is im reusing its force as lapidly as umh igioiind , onditions will permit. Butte A Superior's SOt ptolii l"t thS v. ar ending D- em ber M, IPIt, was t.onil, or spproxlmatel $ :t . r. 1 1 a share on the 2H,:tfil shares outstanding Tamarack, ws understand, will probabll lesuine OpSta Hons in the nssW futui'. or aa soon us the BSSSSl m-w lie ing formulated are worked out. It has been stuted that the directors of this company have authorized the erection Of :i rSgrlndlfSJ plant to cost Pbont $ ' " ' Tins plant will ressrtni tka sand that has been deposited b the mill In the watcra of Torch lake. f You il CAVt A LltT. CvfRY Tt5 ) IwiTH 7 hi RgAt rOBATCfl CHtVA THE GOOD JUDCK AND THF. FIREMAN TUST a small chew of "Right " Cut," so small that nobody can notice it, giVet you comfort and enjoyment that on never get from your old kind of tobacco. "Right-Cut" is the Real Tobacco Chew. Made from ripe, mellow, sappy leaf, seasoned and sweetened just enough and cut figkt, so you get the good ot it. One chew lasts a long time. The Real Tobacco Chew rmBMn 1 0 Cents a Pouch ASK your dealer today. send its 10 CCfitl in stamps. W'c'il -j.iiu uu u pouch. RIGHTCUT CHEWING TOBirrn WKMAN'BRUrON CO CMK Al.O. Ill Wc guarantee it to be purtt t . i and bet It r than io uu kind. WEYMAN BRUT0N COMPANY !0 Union Square, New York Prepare Your nmBJBBSSBBJBSjBSSSsaSssOSSaSSSJ Garden and Lawn with the best Lawn Fertilizer we have it $12 per 100 Sack W e have a lull assortment of Harden and T lower Seeds. TRY OUR Bantam Corn Small Cob BIO TASTE 18c per lb. J. VIVIAN JR. & CO. HECLA STREET LAURIUM NCREASE your business by advertising in i THE CALUMET NEWS