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TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEW8 pag:: T! tt Hancock Department SCHOOL CENSUS SHOWS 2,623 OF SCHOOL AGE SMALL DECREASE IS SHOWN BY rIGURES JUST REPORTED BY ENUMERATORS. upt n o. lm ot n.,,,, ,,. Ik s. h..,,iM n,i. morning anoaaoed the , i mnm report, etiti h area taken during III.' pilSt ft-W Wl'lkn ,y students , , I ,(. i Bkw etasa of nut. TIM report brows Unit there art- :,;::! children, between the BVM Of I and N years, in thli city, i ll.- niimii.T of children between thm nes h;i atkfktl) fleoreaagfl alnca tka CBMI P port IMS, . I.,. ., allowed thai in thai .x.'.ir there were - lhj, .In n of school uKe i , ,,.,,, k iim vi. inity. When tha ooaaua tMimaratori eon- mencoo wan taaa .i Hating all chll .Inn lictwcin tfce'agaa of ,UI, N years, 8upt. Lee and tkoee acquainted with the crowded eondiUona a th school felt Hint the . ii ;:s ,,t,oit t ,js your would simw a .small Increaee, it is aapected thai s; pei capita m uj !.. received from tha atate primary i und i Ids yar. WILL INITIATE LARGE CLASS. The oAoara of Hancock i n, Knlgkta f Cohtnbua, ar arraaainp ta i onfer the nsi degree mi a chum of candid tteg early in lutuai an i mmm ' " Pa of the eourv ii are a pricing t. make tin- .lass .me of the l.n i tin- history of the society, The ram naiKn is not confined to tha copper country only, but front Onl inanonaad Baraga counties varj encouraging re igns pave been ret , . tn i!!( num if of candldatca i tired, At the i 1 1 meeting .r Han. ,,, !; council Hnai ar-i- im-cmciUs fur Hi. affair will be rnad paw. ' ' fcjjtf If vou h.iw indigestion or dyspepsia i n any lorm, do not ruin your stomach with di iicra. htif USA Putty's Pure Malt Whiskey t iblcspoonfu! in an equal amount of water before meals stimulates the mu- surfaces and litl of the Ch to healthy ac tion, thereby pro moting,' digestion and ntaimilation of OO and giving strength and vital It to the body. Q,t Duffy's and Keep Will. At most dnil'i'i-,' 4 nnron. (1 aleis, $! IX) n lar..,. Kof.l.f Duffy Malt Whisi.cy Co.. Rcc'hrr N V CLASS DAY EXERCISES PROVE SPLENDID SUCCESS CLASS or 1914 PRESENTS BUST OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AS MEMORIAL. The . lass ,a excretes .,f the Henior ' kwa i ' tha Baneoek alih (keel, hold "' "" oaambij in of tha Central aefcool i.uii.im, auu evaniag, were a ' ' ' a,d eaa One ,.r um features wa praaanutlon le 1 1 1 - eokool from tW rear! greduatee, ..i a bust of Ban. '"iiiii lorenkUn, Tha praaanutlon Wai made h J , . . . - ' " ' ' ii-iii. i ecHi. ni Of the chUUL The boat, whiea la nnlanad If bronae a in i,e ... ' I ' l" i lie .1.11 I II miner 'i the assembly .,, ,,f 1 ii- huita m hiiui. i M.ieiu jamei . i N. iii preaented hm uanNNTial arith wall eh. .sen words i . 1 1 1 MMiai m uie im;n, Mailt ev.ntH 11 " I'''' .! .Inline, the jfe ,, ivtx. kunln Pranklln. and cnneiudtna mtth tha hopa thai tha ttudi au ..f tha achool would rolon tha principle! of hYani lin. The thirty-one aanlori mtharad one nt the . lass roonu at I o'clock and 1 led to tha aaaeabty pooai in . body, Bovaral aiuaii al aalectioti i a -n rendered and tha raJadtctory was da Itvi red by aUaa felanda Rlwood, tht ' nonor atudent. The claai will WBi delivered by Miss Florence Pelt Violin oo, "I'oiieero," Inn. la h win O'N'elll. The Airily of t'liemploj i ll Alal ia r t '. Haul. ocal solo !n .Shadow land," L. I enza Mae I ;. KK ill. Chum prophaojr- fioralla m. f nMora Aria from Anna l)alena,M Doninti da i -riot - Irehaatrn. Ajaataelaliuii John a MaOhanw. A ItetroHlle I Helen l I!. OCal duel I ranz Al.t. ii. CaTTOlL M. Qoffgln Valedictory Maude D. Hill. Qradnataa' fart Trail Claaa of IM4, Koito' Anna, rartraa Orehcatra. ADDITIONAL HOUGHTON -in ni.i 'is readme; ,as (reetod rounaa .i laughter and applauaa, Th prophecy and class Melon nil proved tntareatlnffi Tonwrroa evening the hkfti acho. lira of the membera .f thia year's d iss will come to an . ml and the com mencement exerciaea aIll take place in i he Kerredae thi ater, Hon. . T, I for aaa adll deliver the conunoneenaMM aa dreai and John if, Wanner, aacratan "f the ponrd of educaUon, will preaanl the dlplomaa, Psrochinl School Activities. The class daj eserciaaa fot naembera of the graduating i laaa ot St. Patiick'i achool a ill be held la the baaemenl of the ohurofa this avenlni. Bight atu donta conatltnta the graduatini claaa of H'N. The proa ram to be rendered is as tollowa: Bntrance march, Ffalhacndar, s. p, - II. S. orchestra. When Life is Brightest, I'inHUil.i High achooL Salutatory Sllaabetli a. opts. Caprice Saint Sa.ns -- n t heal i a lass blatory Oenevleva M i L. ary. loaeoli A. Madlaan. GAME IS A SLUGGING MATCH. 8urfaco Nine Wins From Shop Team by Score of 23 to 9. pacta tora at yaotsrsnyt baaehail fnaaa on the Qulaey diamond hatwaan the Siuface and Shop teams of tha yulncy laagWa witnessed a real sIiik- png match in the seventh inning, When tha e.mlest I es, nil. le.l :i mNaImI name The Bnrfnee nine were the heavier hlttara and defeated the shop team to . The flaldlSg of h.,th nines was poor and neither pttchaf was "ivrti supi..rt. The neorc: It. shop o 0 0 .", 1 - 9 Burfai i n .-. it c .t i n i 'i Kait. i-ie.'- BehllMng and Heathen mari and Tlppeit The atandlnga of the tanaaa in the Qfulncy league foiloara: HI L Pet nrfnee i .; IT nder ground Ko. :i jg Underground No. i . . . . :; .4011 si'"i I 4 Jfj HANCOCK BREVITIES. Alderman and Mm J. B, O'Neill Mrs. 1:11.11 Harringtoa and daughter sir. and lira, Cornelius O'Neill and Miss ifary Holland returned from lahpeming yesterday, where the at- attended the Ural mass calebrat. d by Bev. PY. ONellL Raymond stehoHer im returned from Chicago, where he has been at tending' Sj I I. Iistri t Superintendent and Mrs. Marvin leave tc. mon..u for the south ern peninsula to visit friends and relative! for lew areohs. Th. third Quarterly conference of the First Method uM lopiaoepal church will take elace this eveahur. Mra. chnriea Bdpnth "f s.di Lake 'itv is vtnttlng her mother, Mrs. Peter Holman of Coal Hancock Mlaa Laura MacDenald has return 1 from stout tnatltute, where aha was madnal.il this month. Donald Boyoa, I re. cut graduate from Annanolia naval academy, and EXERCI8ES HERE TONIGHT. W. J. Clbrith Will Deliver Addreea to Eighth Grade Graduates. The studentH ol the eighth iradea ot the jay a. hall Central and Bam HollKhtoll schools, 1, tin have success fully passed th. w.,rk outlined fjf them by the board ..; edn.atlon of 1 h iiininiit..ii putak schools, win be nia.i anted into the bigta achool tins even- ln. I'oity-two MUdenta aIll be Kriol- unted. v. j. Cmlhralth ofCnlnaaei w ill deliver the adraea. The exercises thu evening wJH be attended with u pen gram nttiiiK to 1 in tension, Aaaang one or the faatnraa will bo the Blnglng "f BWVeral aelectloni by tha atudenta, under tha direction of Mlaa Cora Qaaktttj aupejrvlaor ..f muaie. The claaa i.. be graduntsd from the eighth grades f tbeaa three eeheola in somewhat Hmalle; than usual, but this is owing to tin fact that a new cast. .in ..f graduatlns atudenta at the hnhT-yenr, in December, ana been adopted. High School Closing Events. The ci is day exen aaa of the mad- antlng elaaa of the Hounhton hiah 8cho.il will be held in the A niph id r. .me auditorium tomorrow evening and tht '0i11.11.ein.nl axerciaeH will take olace in the Amphldrome Friday evening One-half of the hail win be reserved tor reiativ.-M ami friends ..f membera of the daHH for cadi averting and the remaining s-it win be at the disposal of the public. No admission will he charged for (dinar affair. MAY CHANGE LIBRARY RULES. Commoici.Tl Club To Urne That Insti tution Be Open to District. With a v lew toward makitiK I lie pub lic libra riea Houvhton ami Hancock a aeedlum ot promoting friendly rela tions between the two towns, the Cop per Country Coaaenercial oluh tonight win conaldsr a plan of Secretary serge 1. pries t.. open the doom .f his brother, Ralph, a ajWRiasff of this year'M class at W. st Point military academy arrived home vesterdav and are vis'linu; their parents Mr. and Mrs. George Bsyoa, Ripley. P, m. Curraa or s. Paul is a Han cock visitor. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Man- dellield, twillH. '. '. Carlisle of Marinette visited in Hancock on bQjelnrea v. sterday. The steamer Qriffln is dlaehsralna a OSrgO of coal al the People's Kn.l docks. Sample lot of Blue Berga Suns, lll.OO values, for 18.45, Vertln Tiros. i Co., Clonk and suit Dept., Ind hoor, Advertlaement. If both institution IS UM people of either town. At pi. -. ni tha Uoukiuou ii brary bj patronized oitlv by pe. pie ot Houghton and Portage township while Hi. patromtM' of the Hancock Institu tion is confined to n ureal extent, onl) I B Ihe people ,.f Haleock BSSllgtng the advantngea which ananM aoerne tbroiiKh the form.r arrangement, the amttsr will be preaented to the cttth committee and in turn, to Bvpartntsa- dent of Sd Is J. A. Docile. Miss Allan, librarian ..I I lie Hough- loa Institution, betlavea thai Houghton tight profit tkrougk thin arranaame 1) been line peopl, who would patronize tha library naturally would patronise other Inatittttione, A nominal fee of 1 p. r year would cover the entire ...Kt to Hancock patrons. Superintendent Docile, who b the active manager of the Bbrsr is nnttna to brfceg the auk let t betsra the board of education, it the Comma rrial Ctub httrora k, and it is likely that thk action will oe UtitSg tonight, CHALLENGE NEWSPAPERMEN. Pcstofficc Employes Have Strony Ball Nine and Issue Defy. The am ploy aa of the Hough ton and Hancock postotn.es hav. become aa- ptranta for baaeball honors and have narsaed Btnang teanv f Iraadjr tkey are on the warpath and have leaned a challenge to the newspapermen of this dletrici for gssae to be played at any pfctca and time and for anv amount not exceeding $1. the price to pav fee the ball. The defy InCiudea a ll teams of the copper country, but tha post office piaver.v are daatroua of deaaon atratlng tksftf abiiuy tirst by defeating the lew spa p. I nun of the (ia.ette News and Journal. Whether ,,r not the gsaaa win be ataged remaina t be a sen, but it is rumored thai tha eswe pnpermea are got going to lei the mall h millers -beat them to it" in the line of practice and will form a nine as BOOB as possible, THEODORE ROOSEVELT III. IS BORN TO T. R.. JR.. AND WIFE. 'SIR CAN VOU SPAAlh ME A LITTLE OF THFI RfAL. IOHACCQ C THE GOOD JUDGE AND THE GENERAL TAKE a small chew of "Right- C"1 "ant see or yourself that a nibble of real tobacco is better than a big wad of the old kind. Pure, sappy, mellow tobacco seasoned and sweetened just enough. "Finest flavor ever," d-time tobacco users say. Different from the old kind. Richer, more satisfying. And a ready chew. The full fine flavor comes along easy and naturally without grinding. You take less than a quarter your old size chew and it lasts you longer. The Real Tobacco Chew fccfir 10 Cents a Pouch aasassnsBBssna ff" gf'ft S33 6f" $ ra-'Wieaj.VASJWl-aaw 1 n New York. June 10. Th lore Roosevelt, hi. Colonel Booeavelt'a ural grandson to bear the family name, was born toda) at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Booaevelt, Jr., in this . itv. Theodore Jr.. eldest son ot the former president, mauled Mlaa Bl eat or i'. Alexander, June is, itt, Their Brat child, a daughter, was born Aaguet IT, ItlL Mrs. Ri.hard Derby, who was Miss Kthel ItooHevelt, also has a son. A SK your dealer today. , If he doesn't sell "Right Cut," send us 10 cents in stamps. We'll send you a pouch. 1 We guarantee it to be pure chewing tobacco and better than the old hind. RIGHT-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO WtfMAN-BRUTON CO CHItA&O. III. WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY 50 LIoiud Sswe, New York VBRTIN BIB Ml. & O . Bntlre stock of Indies' and Bilk and Novelty Suits at ins up to M.Ot, Vertin Itros. Cienfe 1 ' pt , ind Boor, A.iv an lacmenL M isse' a. Val-.M- fo., 16 i N. R. BIANCHI WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER Our epecialty Coppi- Queen high grade whiskey. r a 1 1 im c-r Miru Phone 549 612 Oak St.Jj f DR. 0. H. SORSEN DENTIST. I Calumet Over Metropolitan Phar- I macy Oak St., Phone 553-M Office Hours 9-12; 1:30-5 p. m. J ADVERTISE IN CALUMET NEWS TRY A NEWS WANT AD. 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