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THE CALUMET NEWS ucniueAnu -- " y zf, 1914 Houghton Department Lake Linden--Hubbell CAME BACK ON THE VATERLAND Houghton and Hancock People on Big Ship's Maiden Trip Michigan wui represented by five passsngert en (tog ksnttnurel trip of the Yatt i l.iiul. the World's hiKgest ship. u h h.is reached Kobokea pier from llumliuix. ( ! ! m.i m . gad vMd K:. Una. M. 'anisic, privy oouaflluc, the I lblirill naval architect ..f Helta-:, .alls tht tirst -perfect shi." Tti WCN .Mi. Mi Mr. Th. ma- M. MaUMOII end Miss DOTOth) Bowling, Dttroit; B. T Etarrt and Bhotdon liar- tv, KoUghtOB, :u.l tit S l4. Hlaser. Hancock. The v itfi land salted from Hamburg on Mav II. Slu- is tli.' largest VtMJB ship t tin- world, ami is tuppessd t lie Ike last word MH WOdtHI thtp i"H Stl M I OR, Alt. a ml Mi-. Tin BMM H. BlrBPSOW gave a Detroit Journal reporter an ac count of their trip on the V'etartaad. It a is tlie saeM perfect can trip 1 have ever experienced," said Mrs. Mb peon. Tie weather trag ideui ell the wav. We lift Cherbourg 11 ' o'clock Friday morning ami were it Sandy Hook the Seal Th irsday morn ing S. lar as gay el itemetlt is con cerned, that la absolutely ebaurd, in I view oi tb reel thai the steamer dock ed at the pier in QUttO the ordinary way Boats if "''mis ami myself played a ..(in"' ..i bridge up to the last min ute before we lauded. The service was th.' most perfect that I has. ever een eaywhere, not excepting the lat-.-t and tiliost hotels ill th" World. The stateroonu ere a sservej of com fort and convenience, everything being arranged 1 1 1 .lease the taste Of the most faetldious women With. ait tfottbt, the fate ..f the Ti- Innlc two veers an., had a treat effect on the booking . i passengers f..r this trip." Said Mr. Simpson: We had only 2 34 tirst .lass cebta passengers ai.oard. l.ut I understand that the steamer if i ked t.. her capacity for her nuirn trip next week, v' peeped over the ese t route taken b) the Titanic on her maiden trip, and Wednesday noon were aim. .st at the exact spot where she went down. Put there wan little lis- uaeion about that catastrophe, $ everybody was enjoying the ttip t. the Utmost, and not a thought of dang, r entered snybody's mind uv embarked from Southampton and so did not wit new the demonstration which marked the nailing of the Vateriaad from Hamburg. Two hundred newspaper ni r. from ail pans of Europe boarded .an., r 'ii n aid . (need at far ns h i ... S - ral Kntilish and .merj. an journalists, accompanied b) I.JJ- the STORES TO CLOSE MAY 30. is 1 1 ft .hit mg the norial s- iv;.-ea will fday. : bei keen i ..i met basts to . .: ,ng i-t;Jire o t thai the day ay ila. it was felt ould not be giv sc Horn noon uri- srks snd prop en an o; ,..,i tunlty s i.; Bast Hough tout the ooaty - .lav . Hi no (el Soft and White With (eepYourHands Cuticura Soap And Ointment Treatment: On retiring, soak the hgAfb III bOd water and Cuticura Soap Jry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, ggsj wear tat bgJstagfM Of ,.!il loogg gloves during the nii;ht. i eeaeaSsss sal oansMDi m throushout tu r,.rl.l I HM-ral Mii.ilr ..f .jm-Ii mll.s1 frrr. wllh Ji-p. Ihm.k A.l.lo t ' ntli urn." Irpl SB. Hoatoii. w uu cutUiurs mi stsat nSaM tut (Us sua miiy. MILITIAMEN TO MEET Military Compiniii Will Decide Rules for Rifle Match. on Rsproesa tali vet of the calnmei est ..is. Man. oik navr "reserve and Houghton ; .ight lntantiy will meet in - sventel In the Houghton armory to dn Ide on the rules to be followed in the title cosapetitsas tor the traphy donated tu the HoURhton mil it la Dr. J. W. Moore of Atlantic. Oapt. W. J. Sander of the Light infantry has re piested that a 1 1 pnaentativ e from each military organisation he pres ent as he desire that the rules be fovorable to eli The manner of com petmg. how man leases win attest and hew main matches will he shut, vv til be detet tinned. Per the past few weeks member of th. Houghton Light Infantry havt been Journeying to their rifle range near Huron town ami have spent several hours practice in target shouting. The local company I SJISi II to place a - teem in the match and hopes t . iiie .an with the honors. Although every number ..t the organisation will not compete in the match, the marks manship of all has been improved a gseat .leal ami this is one ot the al uahle assets of a soldier. SV IECEL IS SENTENCED Gets From One to Three Year In the loma Reformatory. Qeorge Uviegel who was found guilt) i Monde) ..f felonious assault, for bavins tin .1 at Sheriff Cruses eUtOmO bile, was sentenced yesterday to serve from one to three ear in the Ionia reft rmatory, Attornej Hilton of the federal n counsel attempted t.. ttej the senteacg by flllng a motioa for a new trial, bas ing l is rea, st Upon the statement th it one of the Jur rs, turned Oreenleaf. was aeleep while he, Hilton, was rank ins; his argument, To subetantlete th statement, Attonej McMelty, also the federation counsel, testified that le saw the Jneor asleep during Hilton' argument. An sffldsvlt purporting to be a stetemi nt .i snother juror t.. th effect that he sew Ureenleaf asleep and ettempted to awaken him was tiled i Hilton but the juror denied the state ment. In overruling the motion, Judge O'Brien declared that if the Juror was as.eop while Hill, n was addressing : Jury, the sttorney should then have celled the court's attention to it : : : : : : t t t i HOUGHTON BREVITIES. ! : : : : i he steam taglnt ow ned by the H. .light. .ii tire department was taken t . the i. k. swift company't dock ester- day afternooa for its annual test. The OS ns, which has been in the serv ice of the local Bye flghters for sev pears, d em cam re tad a high effi- i iem y. Mi. hae kttsentr is mailing extensive unprovsntenti en ins building en flhel ' street, srhtch hi at present seen pied A. Harry'a asJeoa, a new bagg tent alng pat in and the plans also 1 1 at a front for the structure. Hen Id Hose, gee of C H Mess, far met sehier the citizens rfstlognl bank .mil now manager of the Miners m lehpemlng, arrived at Chas M mde; to take a position with the Wot i Lumber company. Harry Brsdsbaw of Skanee. head of n nv h lei Bshlgjsj conct rn sf It Bl i- I v Co., on Monday aftermcn donated 80 pounds of fresh Whitehall to the Houghton CoUnt) Tuberculosis sanitarium. John Wlielan, a native of Ireland, s ' ildi - si HaticiM k, gnd who t'.i the L'nited states throagh the Vi V..rk la 1 hC, applb.l for t'lii i itisi risl l at County 'h tu Kel ter's ofi . tarda) afternoon. ,; ': Whltt of Detroit, former man tat the Ml i..g an state Telephone com nan who ret succeeded by P' sseni Via t ei Rolf, bl in Houghton Inept th new telephone sxchanga in the Mas ai temple. Appll Stinn for a bounty , n three wolvra wei died In the county rlerk'a oflk . st rdey by Leon I'raker snd B 1 i ' 1 ; t. both .f Dunoon town- SOCIETY LEADERS FEARFUL OF MILITANT SUFFRAGETTES PRANKS BY BELLIGERENT WOM EN PROMPT PRECAUTIONS AT WEDDINGS London. May The threat of the militant Buffragrettes t., dtsturh the "n""!. has led society lenders to take very strict srecautiega. Wed ,!'t' - in a h it i, i.e., pp. ,,t politieal im i" rtai . srt mtereated are marked f.(r tnd slready several have seen Inten pled bj wegseg throwing leaf lets fr.'tn the gall. ties on to the wed ding procession. These pranks, while '.'e rn . , am, ovate e to the ftddlng sari . ar.. easily stopped by tin- refusal of sdmittance to any but friends holding i i kett Th. big political receptions given by :i" rivet of he party leaders are not to prott ' item the attentlors of the militant Hundreds of Invltu- Issued an. I no hostess likes to er guest . prsssnl their tickets " ': re i lowed to sntei her reception " The lesuii bj thsA many unln 'itsd perseui sttend, snd among tissgg U fl Igi tU - intend to have their " ' I prepen d to make the 1 ..net m, msiem and others ui bt 1t.1i.ie. ( 'hur bee, loo, It is fear ed. Bra belna marked. Several old edl !l ' London have been specially In ured ggelt t the rtah sf damage iv suffragettes, LEAGUE PLAN IS FAVORED. Torch Lake Baseball Enthusiast Plaasod With New Organization. The organisation of an independent baseball league in w hi. h a Torch Uike team will entered, i meeting with much flivor tmong the fans of this dis ttivt and the prospects lor a since tul season are bright. The local teitn will be composed ,.f fast players, nrae ti all all ..f wh..in are on the l-ik er HubheW t.am of the i'. A- H. league. The ' fl H. league, the only ba e ball organisation now existing- in the .upper OOUntry, gives the fans opp tUBlt) onl) " witness games ..n Sa'in- dayi and the i.nl that main of ttieru aie unable to get away from t.wi work prevents them fgggg Sgjoying even that limited sport. The new league howeser will pla tftltldej rames and much sajsgsatl Will be gtvsjg r i rennet of that fsg t. The Huttlttt and T.itnara. U ColtS will meet Otl the Lake Linden gr ., s ffunde) in the Hrsl of series of ihrce game. I'oth team are evenly ncitch : .' and a fast game is predicted. 'i i its .He being mtds h the m; n Igemeni of the Leaders to arrac. e a game with the Leurium lmlependents Snndav ..f next week. In the eVetXl that negotiatlont are cloeed, the con .est will he stayed on the Lattrium grounds. BURNS FUNERAL THURSDAY. The funeral of the late James A. Burne of Htthhetl win be held Thuri.- da) morning from St. Cecelki'g thgTCh, Rev, Ft Zlmmetniann will otti. late snd biiruil will be in Portel Hill. Hough',. in. NEW TREATIES ARE NOT RROAO ENOUGH SAYS MOORE Continued From First Page. and of all mmpluints of British sub jects "ti account or damage sof red 1 rea sow of failure of the Unit sd States to enforce neutrality within its jurisdiction. Here there wns BO specification or limitation, the two gov trnmenli being evidently anxious to remove over) cause of controversy b) s sweeping arbitral settlement, u is s fa. t, perhaps not generally appreclal ed. that the Brittoh government, sjsfler Article 7 of the treat) Of 1 T;t. paid to cltlsens of the United state:: upwards of tl'. line, i, while a considerable Bnsg was paid by the United States to British subjects. As we art prone t boast ..f lending the van in the cSttSC of peace, it may be Worth SUr while to consider wheth er we should not occupy s position more advanced than that which we now hold if we were to go back to the practice we edopted t hundred and iwetnv years ago." He took up 'The Bryan Peace trea ties, or agreements with the poWOIf for pacific adjustmi nt of all Interna tlonjnl disputes b) means of an Inter national rosgggieetan of investigation, hi. !, should be allowed a .vear's time f..r its efforts, while the nations tnain teiaed the status quo as to military and naval preparations. Discusses Bryan Treaties. "fn SUV' he said, "lift till treat its badgd upon the 'pea. . plan' havg been Isned, It is HSsderstOfsi thut none o ' e .i.twtni'iii tl,; il.s. tilled has been submitted to the Senate, so that their late car. not as yet be foretold: but ui.iv be remarked that, with the excep tion of a very small number of a!!4n clUgfvs treaties of arbitration. they represent an advance beyond previous arrangements in that the) propcee t submit to investigation all ifmstjottt in dispute, of every nature whatso -t vvhi. h diploni.icv mav fall t.. ad just The) do not bind the parties to a. itiation, but repress!) reserve t" thitit independen. of action aftef the rciori .t the commission shail have bt en .submitted. !t has Sometimes been argued that the making of treaties for the preser vation , f pagce is an idle task, because. ;n spite of an agreements to the con- trsr, war win ....in. This a rati men i obviousl) fallacious. Remedies for lib a: nol to be tllttcarded merely be SUSS the) do nol always prove to be Ulcat ion.'." The A. B. C. Mediation. He referred to the "A. is. C. Medi.-.- lon" now going ,,n; 1 I to The Hague 1 onvention. tin Bder .I od Offices or mediation t Itatlon or r-onsuHstlon w is iisuall) regarded s an Intrusiva set. 1 ng of unjnstlftable interference Uy tiiat convention il was declared that powers, strengera to the dispute, have the light 1, ...lli 1 g 1 offices of media - .011. ,!i diitifig the course of bostlli les,' and that the eXerdse of this right ..aid never be regarded b tie parties to the conflict as an unfriendly get.' This stipulation paved the wav for the tender of good offices or mediation made by the diplomatic representatives Argentina, Bmall and Chita, nt WHEN SSON BREAKS OUT OR ETCHES APPLY SULPHUR SAYS AH OUNCE C? Tj ZLZ SULPHUR CREAM WILL ldai An 1 avuLit;ftA Sulphur, says I renowned iaims ti.logist. Just common bold-stllphuf made into a thick cream will soothe and lieal the skin when irritate. I end In-.. ken out with Bcaema or any t.am of eruption. The moment it is applied all Itch HSg ciases and lifter twg or three applications the K .oma disap pears, leaving the Hkin clear ami stnoot h. lie toils 1:. atsne sufferers to gm Prom nn good pharniin v an otitic. ,,t egfd Mil 1 1 bur ream nnd upply it to the ir ritated parts the same as VOg would 'any cold cream. For many years Sggg STORES TO CLOSE SATURDAY Mn. bants, of tjjajgg Linden ha. b -v.dc.l to doe their places f but Rett Sat uilax, Men,, , ,., ,,,v ,. , , . ,,, mi rrtangement. the stores w.i i.r kepi . pea until kite hour r. i ..; nu t Hubbeii sjsm ka i is on the 1 1 r i.ai are undecided as t,. w I, .hex will observe the holiday, to the (act that u act ura el the eml. ALUMNI MEET TONIGHT. A meet ins of the Lake Linden high school alumni gftsotlsu n :il be held thia evening in the VPgahingtoa ... 'r the purpose of ,1c. mi : ftl. r at. I AsrldJgSJ on the annual reception to the senlef class. iMt v,..,r, runctlon n- Stated f a hani,uet and a d: n. c i.i I it It likely thai this plan again Wll' US adopted. n'. .:. .;. t) LAKE LINDEN BREVITIES v : : .. .j. daughter has been irn t. Mi HI.) Ml s Wesl. v H. hleeter William MacfoeaM oi Btarabeuah i Visiting his father. I It Uaefknauald .,( Hubbell. The steamer Craig is dis, barging al at the '. & H. do. ka William Faide of Hitbb.il f1 thia wc. k for CorairalL Rnuland. Superintendent an. I Mis. Henri risinr have gone to Bettle Creek. Washington, after hostilities were be gun at Vera Cruz. Th. offer was a, -cepted, No matter what mav be its present tesiilt, Al is a rem. li kable event in the history of Intel national rela tions in the Western Hemisphere. He believed that the long delayed Third Hague Conferer.ce would be held by lHltl. and concluded "After twenty years of fruitful aid to the cause of peace and good will, the Lake Mohonk Conferen . on Interna tionai Arbitration today races the fu ture with confidence ami hope, The maintenance of ContinUdUsly peaceful condition will depend upon the general Improvement of political and so. ial relations. And to the no i omplishment of this and all WelLdle posetl nun and women may work to gether in the inspiring belief thai iu the affairs of the world enlightened public ..pinion plays a 1 onetantH target and more decisive part " U. s. DEFT IF AGRICULTURE Weather Bureau. Charlea F. Marvin, Chief. DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Houghton, Michigan Wednesday May .'7, I nit. Masonic Temple Telephone No, 411. lemt. ;bo. 1 g station. 5 5 J p,K-2.S State of " I I 1 Weather. I 1 Mill Alpena (I" -6 nw g ,gg I't CM) Buffalo r.n a sw H oi pt.Cidy 'lii. ago 70 -H sw If .00 Pl.CId) Dulutk 4 nw ,ge Clear Ifisranlha IT w II .'. Cleer Hiien Hay... Hi'. ) sw N 2f Pt.Cidy Houghton. . .. M -I 111 ,gfl Cleer Marquette.. . . SO git hi M Cleer Milwaukee... Sd -10 so 4 Mi Cloud; New Orleans 7a 0 B 4 ,9Q Cloud! New York.... 7.' s w II .00 Clear Port Arthur M - - w M Clear Son t J 4 sw ,N 1 Hear st. Paul ii: -I n li .ft Clear San Fran... '.' i nw lo ,gg Clear Washington. M I s 4 M Clear Winnipeg. ... 4.' -4 I ( M Cleer Weather Forecast cnii 7 p. if. Thurmta) Copper Coaatry: Gkmerslly rati to night ami Thursday, pooler tonight. Weather Conditions. Th. storm which has covered Wesl ern Canads has apparently separated one section moving eastward to the Bt, Lawrence Valley, the other remaining stationary over extreme Western Can ada. The hatorneti r is still moderate! low over the Croat Lakes ami local tbuaderehowers havg been frequent and high temperatures are reported from maily all stations, although it : slightl) pooler In the western Lake re gion and Upper Mississippi Valley. Two crests of high pressute arc noted, the one over the Hakotas. the other covering the southern Appala. hian re gion ami Culf states. Tin- western Storm area is extending SOUthWSTd Into the Ortal llnsin, heavy rains are re ported from New Mexi.i, and TcXgS, B bOWerS have also ociuried In Wa.-h- ington ami Oregon, Oenerelly fell snd slightly cooler weather is indicated for Ibis vi. initv during (In- next "rt hour:-. H. B COWDRICK, 1 ifficiai m Char e. eMuntan iught up iiioii i. old-sulphur has occupied a se- . we position in tin- practice . . i derma lelngg ami cutaneous effoctions i.. rea son of its parasltw deatroylag proper ty it is not ,,t,i paraattleldal, but al so antipruritic, antiseptic ami re maikably healing In all Irritable audi Inflammatory condiUont of the skin, w hile n,,t slweys effe tiny a perme aeni . ggg it grn er i.nis to lastantty subdue t b,. angrj itching ami h ritstlon ami heal the BcaeSas rlRht up ami it is often years later bef.ue any eruptlog agelg appears on the skin. Adver tisement. I lie knows that when he puts his beer in light glass bottles and plaeards the ease "Keep this cover on to protect the beer from light" that he is deliber ately throwing on you the responsi bility of keeping it pure. Why should you take the risk? Beer is saccharine. The slightest taint of impurity ruins its healthfulness. Schlitz is made pure and the Brown Bottle keeps it pure from the brewery to your glass. SdhS that Crown is branded "Shlitz.,' That Made Milwaukee fhm A thotjMnd miht le wrongbut not tive btitidrcd thuutand. More tlia.i .1 half million buyers havt picked the Ford because of its all 'round serviceability, its low cost of upkeep. The I ord has made i;ood. Pits hundred dollars .- the price of the Ford runs bout ; the lourtng car la ive Bftyj the own car isvee Rfty r. o. b. Detroit; complete with o&jtilpment. Calumet GaragcCo Successo.r to MeCLU RETi GARAGE Phone 29 Calumet, North 7th St. Notice of Dividend A I.I 1 MKT AND AJtfSON A MINING COMPANY has declared a dlvldond "f i in B DOIXAM and TWBNTtKIVB CffNTfl ffldUJ share, peyabta June rind, ifn, to Stockholders of record at tag Blot e of t he I gS Jane f.l h. lull. FHANIHM BOOB! ih.se at the close of bUSiPtSS June ,ih. Itl4, nnd re-open at the apegdgtj of busi ness. June Itth, 191 I . GORDON R. CAMPBELL, Secretary. riin,K'sjrvr1,1h ' ftltimet 1 Bouth 390 1 turn uck Jos. Srlilitz Brewing Co. 810 Tine St., Calumet The Beer llll ill! Notice of Dividend BltPKTUOR ami PITTSBUlia COPPBR COMPANY his declared i " Inand of rtttRTrNiaHT ' r.s ni (Sto .., Mftsee, payehte wie Und, mi to eta k holders ..f record at the ejagg Of the hooks -if the corporation June ith IN4, T1'.A.si i;h BOt MJCfl lose at the Btoee of business June .Mb. , nmi re oneg al the gpggggsj of imsi gegg June i:,th. f 14, GORDON R. CAMPBELL. Secretary FT IV. THURTELL The OPTOMETK1ST Has returned to Calumet and bus his olllce in HERMAN 3LOCK, Fifth Street. Hc'trs 1 to C and 7 to H p. in. Byot thoroughly and scient iilcally ex.itii n ed. .'in.' glasses made to ',:. All work rue rnn teed Telephone it.'.T-t! C0RDW00D MOKRISON ESTATE LEGAL ADVERT! -j EMENT Mai I.", -ii .7 Xune I BTATR OF MICHIOAN. The I'ronate Court for the Coenty of Houghton, At a ftSSelog of said curt, held it i in- probate Office, io the Vlltage of Houghton, in fcaM county, on the Itth OB) . May A. 1). l!i I Present, Hon. Hcorxu C. Ilenlliy. Jud :e ot Probate. in the Matter ,,r the Betats of Is nacy Flene, Dect saed, Stephen Kltnowelckl, txecutor of the last will and testament of said dOCSas- sd, having Rtad in geld eourt ins Heal Administration account ami his pel lion praying for the allowance theft if ..mi for tiie eeelemmenl ami dlatriba Hon . l i he residue of said estate. ii is Ordered, Thai the Mit day June A I . 101 I. at ten o'ch 1 In 'ou t n. at said prob.rte ofMce, bt ami is hereby appointed for examlnin and ail. .win;; said a ount ami bearing said petition I It is Kurt her nr.loicd. that public n-dice th-rei f be Kiven by publication of a ropy of this order, once ggeh week for thOg successive weeks pre rtattt to said day of hearing, In the i "a linnet News, a newspaper printed and cir 'tilated in said county. (Seal) OBl C. BMNTLBY, a m i pv. Judge of Probe te i Lillet :. Mitchell, B nglslSff Of Probate. Bafhrallh B McOortnttcha Atterneyt f. r Estate Diialhaeg Addeeeni Calumet. Michigan, TRY A NEWS WANT AD.