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THE CALUMET NEW FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. Houghton RARARA milRT I OPENS MONDAY Judge O'Brien and Other Officials Preparing for Session The Kaf"iM "ii'iiy circuit court will open n, m Meada) morales, Mm ui I.Aiim. .Hid it is expected by many tli;i! the . sinii will We one in which ri"i. th.in iixii. il mioi taiu'e and in terest will 1- attached. It, . I i i tin ii sciiim 1 oiinatd for tlit HHeaUiii i . .i. i.ui.ii: .. itinera, arrived in Main o. u c n,1v il t t ii.i.,i and ia pgBHUffj tO light tin stuke i ae tllilt if t, tried Afte) Milton re- fuaaj t,, gtv OUl un. HMMMM when intfi ifwi-il b) a representative of Tin- ' I I Judge P. H O'Brien and other court ., tiki. ils will leave Houghton lor L'Aaeo gundaj evening t enable I Mai iu con vans couti at the usual tune the following nioinins- The nuail Important proceeding win b- the coaaalrac) case s gainst Charles H Moyer, president of the Weetera Federation i Miners aad 1 other of Score and nsearbsrs ol the labor or gantaatlon. ggectal Proaecutor Mich oi hag already given in agtntoa that tin trial will BMke legal history. The cum-, hoarever, prohafrly wW t i be rea hod until about la Ural ol July awing fo the pram of other bualneet Te Conspiracy Charge. it ha i ii atated frequeatl) by r- i era t ion otBctahi thai Moyer will poel th el) appe ir for trial A conspiracy charge against edgcert t,f a labor organisation. Ur, Xicboli believes, hag never been brought ii anv n.ut ! the I nitfil mate, In in e the Importance attached t" tin fnrth- 'miiiK tens. The eharve, howet ' as not iia, 'i "ii tin fad that the Western federation began the Miikke iut that Mover ami other federation leaden cane Ired to st"i the opera tion of the mines hy threat and lu t imidatione. ci ordlng to Mr, x Quire ate e eahi or tar elude the trial and county v ill lit- put to pence, This outlay i hole, it win re 9 Mont lis ti eon- that Houghton a n pnoi moos i -la neceeeary be cattai the charge concerns the strike as a whole and it . hi be nscsoaery ti review the entire !-i:-:e from its m ceptlon to 'i t !. I laion. Hundreda of witnesses will ii . ,il!-d t.. teatifj b la tideati leading up t ani during the atnke and to eteo tell ul tin- assaults Intimidations and nola) parades which were osndacted i the fedetatioa as mesne to bring about tin- conclusion "I the strike Attempted Murder Charged. ('rank Oorache vviii ie one of the l ! defeadai ta . i d with at tempted murdei and this case proat laea to add interest to tin- coming see alofl tlorsche it i stleged, ahol Dep. utj Bht i hi fcfild at Qutacj ktcstloa on the data of December l" Deputy herifl Hiid Hntl other haportaal wit neaaea will appear In tins csee. Mr. Jiiid is still Incapacitated from the wound received In in hip on that date. Henr) K"Ki former Raaaclal eeci tary or the South Rane local union, will be tried i i barge of asas ill vith latent to murder it is alleged that be ahol and neritiualy wounded Deputy Bherifl Tun .South Range raid I - oil I). in - e-called ' many ind will I of t,,. . i hai Deput) rd man ii ird.-r. thai Ighteen They ; of the Whel 10 Polloi k. will be 'h, Another Important ta :m,iin-,i Vi ko Deagil n .. Weatefa train el tht Hai Rat tee station a' thi beRinntng Pleas of Gui'ty Entered. Diabetes Loses Its Terrors Specialist believe Cure has been found for this dread disease Diabetes m lonsei need ha a Ism to (bom wi; hate become victim, thin dread disease, Aa the result of extensive expef menta, apeclnllei ahnouncea that simple piant, growing wild In Hetl I a Spec iff iii the fre.-iitnent af db itetea, ijub kIv redi clng the in, gravtt) and sugar, restorina visor and b illdlng up i he a) item Thi harmless regatable remedy should relieve the patient of bit worst aymptTtma hi the moat aattravated use.- within n .. k. end tn move it. we v ii; mall a i Or package for lOi to bsip i-.r itlstributtoti i iart. wiih free booklet ..r special value In the rliahettc, i oWtathins lad at gist (fata and ax i Ittsiva ' ii.i, ,a valors, uh ing pap eti ta i ., i . f i sugar l a I lm. (tydntea) ii . . Ilffi rem food i H i -betol herb i eold under gnaraatee of satlafsctitui m moni refunded, Teii your nfHh t-,i m, nds of this of r and aeag i". tncJaj r.n- ,( futl-aiSed " package Aim-?, I'hegatral t'o., lept ii w hitaej ppiat, . v Fog .an get Bfhbetal fragg ielglef IpoclaMj io ,.i nv drug nisi m the agutag pin i ,vd art I nw el Department judge O'Brien yeeterdey, all probation six months lithe liiani, h probe Uoa ami tin gas ami l rneta faaeph Jahovlch, probgUoga 9 m ata I .iv ii Be laat I John Htiepste ami l-oul l.imUl i oin. i, nib- rtsMtd. .Mike I'ulazxi. ,iulial uai ami $'u lleorge liana u. probation ami lie, Jacg Kapachi probation ami lift, INSPECTION TONIGHT. Lieut. Col. C. H. Mum Arrives to In spect Houghton Militia. Lieui Col Chariee ii Mate, r. s . Chicago, an odgcsr oa the stair of the eiitr.il division, arrived In Hoilghtag thla mofaiag and Will thin evening conduct an laaasctloe uf tht ofaVreeg ami ataoberi of the Houghton Ughl Infantr) la the aimof) headauartera at tin Ami bidroaae 'ait. w J Baa gen onuaandlng odhcer af the laaal militia ami other otfliers eiitertaitied Lieut. "o Mill' lod.iv. He O'lllcS as laapertlnn officer In (he patca ol Capt, It. ' i Ragadaie, laapector-lnatrui tor of tin- Michigan National Guard, who has been ordered bach to his division. Capt. Sanders stated toda) that all oi the offtcera ami nun are iii readi ness for the Inapectloe aad he has gg mlagiviagi a to t,he outcome. The men have been drifting with avea mom (egularity ol latt than foraeerty, owing ' to the fai t that the) may expert a call a' anv time to n, to the front. The equipment ami apparatus of the militia also will lie mspe, ted. In iew of the fai t that trouble is brewing with Mexico, the atricteet anforcemenl of reffulatkma has been observed mi thai there i no reason why the oAcen aad men should not pam the Inepeetlea with ease. STATE DEPARTMENTS WILL SEND TRAIN TO COPPERDOM IT WILL CONTAIN HEALTH. CLEANLINESS AND PURE FOOD EXHIBIT. The state hoard Of health gltd stale darr) aad food department will send a ipc : ,i tram through the copper country In August The train, which will conelal of two baggage cars ami d sleeper, w 111 i-ontain health deanll nem end pan f I aahiblt, object les sons in them eoeentiala, similar to the aw Hi ultural trains that in receai yaara have dona so much lo educate the 'aini-' The follow lag Is the tram's schedule: it win leave lanstng August I and on Aaguat it -v iii come onto the Cop r Rangi milaoad at M Kmmr, there after maklag the following at ope: Two hours each at Winona. Peine ('ale. TrtgBoUntaln, S nth Range an I Atlanta: all on August It. August to Al HoUghtoa all day. August .1 -At Haacoch el ta . I - m ii Two-hour atapa at Dollar Baj and Lake Linden, all afternoon al Laurium tuguai ii t Calumet ail day. in Augual .'.", the train will leae ovm the Booth Bhon fat St Itfiiac. with tin- following stops: I II 1 1 .' TWO -hour slop at llar alia l ta hUchbjamgge, afternoon at lahpeming. AttgUSt !f All day at Maliilette. August X laeave fo. St. imun p it is expe, ted that the various muni- ipul hoards of health will be ailvlseil i the purpose of the train In detail. RUSSIAN EDUCATOR HERE. Prof. Hfnry Tschetschott Stutlvnn Copper Country Milling Methods. Prof Hi ni Tachetschott bead r the departmenl of ore dressing el the Ph Peteratmrg, Russia, Mining Insti tute, is i;iMiK (in- . opper country, in put stilt r ii nenl tud of Ante ran ore ilrnsln-j !! find the upper rountrj milling method Interesting, partb ularlv betauee laM year the waa dlai u i red Ithln the doaainloas of nii ror h deKsil of native copper, similar to the amygdaloid of the Lake Kupet lor district. Tin- Ruaalan educator lefi st, I' - teiaburg In Kebruarv, aiieut n couu c if mot i h al 1 he Ronton Institute t TtH'nnolog ami !nce Hun has vlattad Vea Jerse) and Pennaylvanla mlnHil Heidi Im fore i imlna tn the ropji r untt , ia the Mariuette iron range, I'!,.- Tar-hem I told of the pointer ilepogits on .'. v Kerth, t vv lalands I i the An ti- si a. Rich i.-lniid are a boii 1 n oi i in formation or t he I ftm mountains. Prof Ts betachoti will remain In tin i opper i ouau v i in torn rroa . n ben he pavs foi Butte, He Intends to ' Moi tana and norl hem 'all -loinia mines In the interim ami will I VI rune (I ff la ka He will put in iw.i month In Alaska and will then begin n leiaurel) Journe) home to St. WILL IMPROVE ROADS Tsrvia Binder Liquid Ordered by May or Hartmsn for Highway. x' 1 r Una T Harl man .,( Houghton tatrd I hut iiioiiijnu thai a ibiubl known a- Tar via binder was ordered I , nffb lain v eaterda) aad la tpeeteil i,, arrivi In Ihe near future. material will need lo improve tin roads nn West Bheldeg street. Laat fall the road on BheMeti strfet. n I nf ihe Houghton , mint) bridge, mlled and II was derided In put at a Tei I, rvet ii i ifehed roei io ggshn in preaervhtg the read ami de reaae the egfienae - f malm lining H Thi material has been aai reeafut ed ui other ritlggag and c It lag- Don i forgei the Ret torS aui rum mage -ai. . Thurads) Pride) gad Ha: arda; In the rooni- fnrmerl) iweupted '.' i-weii i Mbop, Adxertia MAKE PLANS FOR MEMORIAL DAY Veterans Are Preparing Program for Suitable Observance The valious ultimate, s g pointed gggtt lime ago to i omplele airaiiKe lllelils lot Hit iinsi I v all. i ot Memorial dav. Mil) N, met last evening in tile tow ii ball. The reports af the several oommltteea showed thai evetythlag possilde la betag geSM g make the event one of the BMSM elahulate of its kind ever held in either HoiiKbton or Hani oi k. 1' was decided last evening that the lllemlieis of the K R Stiles post ami also the oftl.el will lie taken into the or, hi ot Spanish War Veterans as hoiioiarv memhers There are onlv two other install., of this kind in the siate of Michigan and the ofBcen and memhen of the B, R. Btlles poet feel greatly honored al tins invitation. Honors 13 aidgea have been ordered ami should the) arrive iii tune gM b meanben ol the stiles Post will bo presented with an gggMam guriai the Memorial day eXeri Ines. The aaen HMO Ibis year will he held in Houghton ami Mill lake place around the moaumeitl that was rOOOBt lv , re, ted in the eastern ggcttOH Of tin Village, Tin line of man h has not in en outlined as yet but the l oiuniit tes appointed lo take barge of this work egaounced this niorniBg that a program end Hne af March will be completed by toasorrow, Tna rommittee appointed to take bjjtgs of the tlaas ami Bowgtl fat the da reported last evening thai it Work has been arranged. The graves of the boaorod dead will - decorated on the morning of -Memorial da. A shipment oi small tlags ha lieell received ind each pupil who psarchm in the proceaoion In the afternoon will carry one oi these emolems. Past Commander Present. Pasi state Coataaandtr v a, Ward af Grand Rapid w as present at t be session last evening and will take part in tin- egerclees on Memorial day, Su perintendetM .1 a. poetle of the Houghton public schoela will be the speaker oi ihe da and several other prominent speakers of this distrht will also deliver addresses. Will the Stoies Close? Tin question of whether or not the tares of Hancock ami Houghton would lose on Memorial da was brought before the meeting last even ing. The gOBenl opinion was that buol- neeemen wete lufflcleatly patriotic to eloge iiieii stores, a. . Mac Donald adjutant of the Spanish War Veterans, fee la that a request will not bi necessary ami several other mem hers of the Committee ale of the same opinion. CASE IS NOLLE PROSSED; WOMAN RETORNS TO FAMILY ACTION BY PROSECUTOR RE MOVES STIGMA OF MURDER FROM MRS. KUUSISTO. The murder cbargi pending ggalnel Mr v,iv noiie proggad b) torne.v I. u a lodll.V vv hu h ha bet Sauna KUUSisI Prueecutlng tBd 'be vvoin.i her home tonight will return to Tamarack to reside vvit i oi mailt) was neceeea rj sci. 'I'll a use of !'. ! I that Ihe woman wa released from th -tate asylum for the criminal in aane es "cured." ami to remove from .i r the stigma of being a murdereaa i! vas neceaesT) to wlthdrue or hdUg IIoaSC the case. However, in the event thai Ihe pros- ' ul, on should, at anv lime, discov . Idence thai would tend lo strengthen tia belief that the woman was not In sane when she murdered her hue band ii April 15, ttlt, tin- charge can be lireaeed, Meanwhile, she will he ke t indei lurvelllance, though gasdflclallyi mil nhouid lymptonu ot' Ineanlt) Bgaln la? manifest, complaint will hp died with tin- probate court by rcl-i- HOUGHTON BREVITIES. f : v v -I' v ; The I re serviie of the late Mrs. L'erullne Little of Hiirbatotrn waacon die te,i jieaterda) afternoon b) Hev Uate) of the Murontown at, R. church at the Settle residence, win-re deatl m i urieii Ihtermthl wns made at For est Hill i emeterv John H. Moore. internal revenue agenl and W, Todd Inspector, en iiave heeii In Hie ,oppri- ciuntrv on Of ' iii nil business for several dav, left stei dav for Psquamlmt, M r and M r M an n den a.i I daushtera Rdlth ami noroihv renrnaj eaterdai from niendlng the winter M tile aOUth, Thi fuaeral ot tin- kite Mrs. Archi- Hoskiug took plOI e yeeleldav after noon from tin- Pint Cmif regationsl church In Hiinem k. Interment was made in I'meat Hill i etUttsr) Mri John MendertJJPJ wa.- advleed yeaterda of the death. In Arhmrai ot her daughter, Mr i.inian Mahderfiel'l nmcher, The remains will arrive in Houghton next Mondav iiIkI t and will l. taken lo the Mn nderfichl home ,:l M a I, ib i In Id. alter wlildi time funeril grrangements will he announced ilabrielle ataacuaa, a native of Italy and a resident of f reda. wb Itered Mo fritted Slates In I Pt4 ihiiiugb the purl ol New Vork, vesterdav applied ,,i t'ount) I'ler Kaiser's office for full i Itiaebshlp papers. fount v ileik Kaiser repolts thai he mneellfd Mi heaver bide yesteldav. , , . - - i Lake Linden-Hubbell i , SHIP SAND FROM FRANKLIN Toledo Concern Contracts fo Tons From Point Mills The Toledo Asphalt i Povln; com panv has coataacimd with Henr; I. Keyea ol Haaasaaj to garalah Sa.tM tons of hand from the ITanklm suit '..-. and a force ot tweed) men ehortl) will begin operation. A Iradge and con veyor Will be moved to the site shorllv ami the plain win b- pbued in prep aration for tin- Hist steamer arrival. Previous to ibis yea! the Toledo con cern operated Oh the Tama! Irk Mods inn ti de, latoa of that compan) I i erect regrladiag plant, for the treat geeal ol Its waate, made the change nocoponry, A ten-year rontruci has been sigaed by the Ptanklln und Toledo companies. HstesofofS the asphalt concern opeiated under it own su let- v isioii and ihe letting of tl ntract to , opper coimtij eoa tree lor i i m .v departure. RIVALS TO MEET SUNDAY. The Hustlers ami Leaden two rival amateur base ball team of Luke Lin den, will play their Rrat game of the season at the Caledonia park Sunday afternoon Supporters uf both nims anticipatv a last gggag and a bin crowd will witness the contest. Becauee ( the fact thai material for Ihe aenloi teams comes from the,- aggregations. considerable interest ix dire ted ul each go aw in which either team partlcl- pat i s. BISHOP EIS HERE JUNE 24. Rev. I r RayUMMd, pastor of St. Jo seph's church, announces thai Rt, Rev. Blehop Bli w ill coafjrm -i cluaii of one hundred children on sumiav, June 34. The service w ill be held al 7 a m. VERTIN BROS. & CO. . i mf I V f if ' I Saturday and Monday rrv Redfernfand NewYork Models at reduction that will be to your advantage to look at and no doubt you will be glad to buy, as the workmanship and materials have no equal. Cur entire line of $25 00 and $30.00 Suits, strictly tailored, most ill made Of Men'- WW Serges. Extra sizrs s larue as 49. All go including- our nattv novelty Suits. a ayr Alterations free, at vblo O Another big lot of novelty Coats in light colors- Holland blue and" Tango shado. Including the much-wanted Bal- -anCoat $7.95, $11.00, & $16.50 Silk Dresses to please all. In black and blue Taffeta, Ciia . iiu u -t.. Foplii. and fancy uurcd O d er v r- Value to $30.00, at I Special lot of Ladies' Dress aeii,eH. Vrinien tu su.uvi t at, SPECIAL SATURDAY AND MONDAY -Full length Kimoa BlddjVd, Burgalo Aprons Artists full length, with full sletves VERTIN BROS. & CO. AUTHORITY STYLF, CLOAK DEFT. 2ND FLOOR : : i . MUCH INTEREST IN OUTING The Torch Ufa Motor club, under whose auspn c a naval parade will lie Conducted on Sumlav. June It. in connection with the annual oUtlag ai Dteamjeadi le bscomkag a popular or gan iaaflpn and (he membership is be ing gddgd lo ea, Ii dav Various suk gaattona for novel features of tka nav al parade, have been feceivid by the olliii is and these Will be entertained it a meeting of the lub within a lev vv ci ks. : LAKE LINDEN BREVITIES. 1 i Oeorge, the three - yee r-old saa of Mr. and Mis. William Sarain, sus tained a broken arm by falling it out a wagon yesterday, Ambrose Dsnomle Is reriojaet) ill at his home in Qregofy vlMe. George Qreene returned iius week from Appleton, i.. to vlall his par- ills. Mr. ami Mn W illiam ilreetie. Prank Masse, an einplove ,u the i '. .v. II MBelters, sustained painful in juries to bis toot yesterday, a mass of ahtg dropping upoh thi member. The Lake Linden Dramatic oJubwlli produce Ihe lliree-.n l Inice. ".lell'v the Tramp," at Hancock thla evening. The earliest lis, of the Wo , strike." in Ihe sense of Stopping work, occurs m the London Chronicle for September, 175, In connection with a coal strike. The (rrencti mllltar) authorities have succeeded in making a man-carrying V il! I , i ' . ci . ' V r v v esf. . ... ..ii r if i 1 a u y Coat and Suit Specials for Skirts in black and white checks length Home Baking Reduces my xosz oi THE U. S. Dept. of Agriculture in Experiment Station Bulletin No. 14 J says that ten cents worth of wheat supplies almost three times as much protein and ten times as much energy as round steak, and with some other cuts of meat the difference is even greater. If then, one really desires to reduce her weekly meat and grocery bills, she need only make more use of her oven. Who ever beard man, woman or child complain that pood hamOHBada biscuits., inufhns, cake and cookies appeared on the table too often? Instead the tendency is "to make a meal of them" and the variety is so great thai bomethiii; you bake yourbelt could well be ihe chief feature of every meal. Home Baking is Simplified by the Use of K C Baking Powder , With K C, you can make things moist and rich yet have them light and leathery, wholesome and digestible. Biscuits may be mixed the night betore and baked fresh for breakfast. Muffins need not be diy and heavy. You can make a cake so light that you , , hardly get it out of the pan whole, yet it will not fall. K C is not like the old fashioned baking powders. It is duuhlt ajg ting and continues to give off leav ning gas until the doupji i cooked through. K C is sold at a fair piice a large can for 25 cents. This would be no object 'f strength and purity art hoed, but every can is fully guaranteed under State and Nations Puie Food laws mid to plvase. We take all the chan.es. Your money back if you do not get better results with K C lhan any baking powder you ever used. Include a can in your next grocery order, try some of the new recipes that appear in this paper from lime to time. Then you will ha v e cone far toward solving this vexing "Cost of Living" problem. News Want Ads Bring Results 0 t Yfe gW '-Wt- X m M n iiart rullle trimmed - plain jLirviiig blue and black $4.35 33c 69c CALUMET, MICH. I" Add. men t -1 , Add ticnwl Houghton on Psgs Six.