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TUESDAY, JUNE 23; 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department PROGRAM FOR B. &L. CONVENTION IS OUTLINED Enjoyable Time Promised Dele gates of State League An ovont of m i i;m, jh Hancock thiH sgssssae win iif tin annual eon rofttioa f tin St:u.. fiSSgltr of 1 1 1 1 1 t -f ik A- I. "mi associations, whiiii win begin it h sessions here Monday, Jul IS, and onttngS until VPedne da) i slag, July IX, Dnlsgstss tram rnrl i.tiR nssncintloas throughout the tstt will UMHlll in k uii RMM liiti's nini elnhorute preparations are being stags fur tiuir entertainment a assstJgsj ( then m ehnrga "i tan nirangesnsftts was seld rwsti rinj eft eraooa gag lac tentative pros ram out lined. The ennvtntion will be Bttger las sunless of the Detroii ami North era Mit hiKiin Building A Loan i . t ion. hut the Houghton Count) lavest went awoctattaa and the Copper Cosurtr) BaJKHag A Loai m latton will co ajaerate in entertaining tin- iit an m Important feature of tin- eon vent Ion this year is thai the ladle are oorilajly Invited to Attend. Raclt nssoi latlon is entitled t semi two deleaaten in More and n la anticipated Hancock win be erowded arlth visitors .n the gays 1 1 i - annual rassttngs are held The Tentative Program. The tentative Dfpoaram as outlined i V me iummiiiee hi iiari.i', .subjeel to hgngS, is SS (allows: ui Monda) gftsraona at o'clock, the vlstttng nslegstes will arrive in Huncoeh on the stsantrr Lakeland. ne hundred i-irin deleKQtes are ex pectad on the boat era h bus been ehaitere.i for the trip, The) win he met hy SSI m' llllnTS Of the nssu- rlntlnaa and ircetlnsi extended, The al lei noon will lie dev oted to getting settled and the flret meeting or tin state Leugue will he nenJ In the Blk'i temple Monda) evening at s o'clock, Tuesday morning at !i o'clock the visitors and local member! win leave in automobltee tor a tour of the copper country and other point! of interaal in tl e northern portion of the upper penlneukv On leaving Huncoeh the tourists and their guide! will journey to Dollar Ray, Hubbell and take I .in -l'it. w here they v. ill v isit the molten of thosg towns. FTon the Torch Lake towns the joiitni-v will he continued to Calumet and point! of interest v isited. PVOgfl ('alillllet the tri Will he BOB tinting to Creatvlew, where all attend irtg will enjoy a ptegk) hint h. At the i oneluslon of the luncheon period the Recond session of the state League will he held ill the pavilion at Crest view. When the meeting i.-- concluded the return trip to Hancock win be made, visitinu the various eornmnin ties while en route. Wednesday morning at :i o'clock, the thfcrd session nf tiie state League nrtU take plate In the Klks' temple in II an t'OCtt, and in the afternoon all dele gatea win journey to tin- while city, where a white tlsh dinner w ill lie serv ed. The executive committee c onsists of the fallowing member! of the various associations: Senator Smith, William II. I'aneett. Henry I.. I'.aer and C, 1 . Ilanchette, Detroit and Northern Michigan ltuihi- iiiK Sc toan; Charles Wieksttom, K. M. tlehlein, Harold FTimodig and K.wnrd Utaath of the Copper Country asso. tin lion; Messrs. McLaughlin ami Kd- COULD NOT STAND ON FEET Mra. Baker So Weak Could Not Do Her Work Found Relief In Novel Way. Adrian, Mich. " I suiTcrod terribly with female weakness und btickuche am. got so weuk unit I could hardly do my work. When 1 washed my dishes I had to sit down and when I would sweep, the floor 1 would pet so weak thatl would have to get a drink every few minutes!, and before I did my dusting 1 would have to lie down. I g"t bo poorly that my folks thought I wu.. going into consumption. One day 1 found a piece of paper blowing around the yard and I picked it up and read it. It said 'Saved from the Grave,' and told what Lydia E. Finkham's Vegeta ble Compound has done for women. I showed it to my husband and he said, ' Why don't you try it? ' So I did, and after I had taken two bottles I fstt better and I said to my husband, 'I don't need any more, ' and he said You had better take it a little longer anyway. So I took It for three months and got well and strong." Mrs. Alonzo E. MAKER, 9 Tecumseh St, Adrian, Mich. Not Well Enough to Work. In these words is hidden the tragedy of many a woman, housekeeper or wage earner who supports herself and is often helping to support a family, on meagre wage!. Whether in house, ofnee. fac tory, shop, store or kitchen, wonl8" should rememlwr that there is one tried nnd true remedy for the ills to which alt Women ure prone, and that is Lydia k. ni.kham'a Vegetable ComjKiund. K promotes that vigor which makea Worn asy i.y.lia E. l'inkham Medicine Co., I. vim. Mass. r ' m SPUTUS of AilaU Houghton. Hill K. J. lnillr, ,,t Tht convention la stsaeosg aan ,",M,h ' 'he Hist time the Slate League has vat met in the tappar ""'try. several rear! sgo the Isngus "" ' " s"'h St. Mrle. so u WU i,e tan second v.sit of i '""""V tiorth of tin. straits. The ague, dnrtag the past radat hai sags plsngkl mnginss NO QUORUM FOR COUNCIt. Adjourned Meeting Scheduled For test Evening Again Put Off. i he Haneoeh eaaaaMw dommmM failed to meet in adjourned session last evening beonnne of the inal ..r a gnaa- "III. Mayer opjala and four memPers of the nnanell wnra present mrl) i,ut alter Nraitlag until nearly !l o'claag ikny learand that the atjMt f,,r mean bnm were out of the city. Work was started vesteniav at the Itv hall on maps of the city's water sygtaat. eae of which wth he Med with the state l.uard of health, aecotdlni; to I law passed hy the last leyislat ure. ' or several weeks the engineering department baa been gathering eta tistlei.. winch were used in making a map of the city's sewer svstem. the law requiring that one of these maps aHMl also l,e tiled with the state hoard oi health. Tin- sewer map was eum Pleted Saturday. It is not expected that the task of mnklag a map oi the water sxsteni will he as difficult as that or niakiiiK the sewer map. It was necessary to go over the entire (itv for data on the sewer system because since Han eocfc became a gtfy no raeord! af ewer extensions were on Ma althouab it was generally supposed that the I itv hail all this Information. The maps and data coveriiiK the water svMein ale on tile and the new map wUI not be a difficult drawing to make. ALUMNI OUTING TONIGHT. Foimer Graduates of Hancock School and Friends To the Canal. The annual reunion of the Alumni aaaa lotion of the Hancock high sol l Will he held this eveniny in the form Of an Otttlng to the canal. Meinheis of the Alumni association, includim,' all former graduates of the nigh school. and their tiiends are permitted to at tend. Preparation! for the anting have been elaborate ami the committee in Charge has spared neither pains nor expense to make it the hest ever held Under the auspices of the association. The trip In the canal will he made on l he steamer IMowhoy, Which will leave Close - HodgegOa! dock al (i o'clock sharp. On arriving at the canal these attending win he the guests of Proprietor Hooking of the little sum mer resort. who will banquet them with a white fish dium r. Dancing will he Indulged in the new pavilion that has been erw ted at the aanal and it is iikciv that Captain Lloyd will arrange ! short trip on Lake Superior for the benefit of those present. Should the wcaiic r he favorablo, The Hancock Clt) orchestra win furnish music for I he on asion. WILL BE INSPECTED AGAIN. Hancock Naval Reserve Will Benefit by Government Appropriation. The Hancock naval reserve will tin deiuo mother inspection this summer. The recent visit of Lieutenant Johnson of the Chicago training station is to he followed with an inspection hy another otlicer. all hounh no date nas i t Deen set. These inspections are due in a meas ure to an appropriation ay the gov eminent for the reserve of the differ cut states, and of the sum already al lowed Michigan will receive approxi mately IMfl for the two haltaliolis. This money will he deposited with an Officer whose duty it will he to see that it la niooerlv disbursed. The olllcer v, ill he placed under Ponds for the proper discharge of big duties. How much of this money the upper psala lUla hattalion w ill .ivc not known. The reserve is BttOWtag much OrSSl in th' annual cruise next USt which will take them on a In-Au-trip ,,! several hundred miles on the Creat takes. Owing to the nature of the maneuvers planned tor this year every memher of Um Hancock division Is trying to ni WWgS his vacation as to ).e able to make the trip. AT THE U. OF M. EXERCISES. HanCOCk will M well represented at the Closing fxen ises of the I'niverslty of Michigan this week. The repre sentation not alone Unhides students at the Institution, hut others. Attor n s Herman A Wieder and John Klisktla, both graduates of Ann Ar bor, have Rone to attend the reunion hf i inn- respective classes. On sumtny afternoon, Mis - ('vler and daughter. Octavla, went to Ann Ar- , ,,r for the ClOStng exercises. Mr. ON , being one of this roar's graduates .rem the law d0f)S M SSSgf DSM Good sole Of this city L-raduates from the ntvaratty this year also. CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPONS Nick PrsSM of Painesdale was ar- mignsd bstsss Jostles B haara ros . rda) sftert " saafgad with earn - neealed weapons. Preskl will I , , bsariag before fastlea Heh kern this afternoon the shnrgs. Mramtements ..re heinK made for ,h(, feotmg match to he staged the renlng of Kourth of July In Hermnnia hilU oetween "Kid" Howard of Onto ,,,,.,. and Mlmmy" Wtsty of imyne Otv Both men are experienced rln irti-gg and it Is ex, ted .he hot will i r.W , gSJg crovv.l Several excellent ,;,imin!,es are being arraimeil ,r i aanda is here for QsorgS Martin a hi.rt v isit. STAGE SET FOR FRENCH HOLIDAY Arrangements Complete for Ob servance Tomorrow The gsys Of tile eltv will he turned over to the mi mlici's of the St. Jean it napiisie societies or iiie copper coun tr) tomorrow by Mayor njala, and every accominmlal ion will bs sfTordai the hundreds of visitors expected Mem bees t every bransh society h Houghton untonngon ami Baraas counties win participate and reMirts from l he two lattef districts slate that delegates will attend in ksffM num hels The isilots will arrive on the tart) mornitiK trains, which rensh tas copper aagSJttr 111 ample time for the npsnlng enarclses. Hon. Hector Lafeite of ffaskaS, one of die most prominent attorneys and speakers of Canada, arrived in the cop per country rnsterday ami win he present during the da.v's activities. Hon. i.aferte will deliver the principal address of the gay tomorrow afternoon at B?0C tTkfl park, where the scene of the actiivlies will bS hud. The speak er is accompanied by his wife, antl asm ben of the Hancock soclst) srsss husv .vesterdav and today entertain inn their prominent gUSStS and show ing them the city, The committee in charge of ar rangements for the Celebration feel that they have made a wise choice in selecting Hsctrtc park as the nines at Which to hold the exercises. It is easily leie hed b) meinliers of the societies of the district, bolng ahout half-way bS tween the notlli ami south ends of i loughton county. Members nf the st. Jean ds Bapttate societies of Hubbslt, Lake Llluhn, Calumet ami other branches vvill ar rive on a special train at the Copper BnngS depot in Hancock in the psora iiiv. The visiting msmbsrs win bs met by memhers of the Hancock and Houghton societies, tie- American Flench Canadian knlwlits nctlag as a guard of honor. A line ..t march will he formed and the parade v. ill continue to St. Joseph's church where solemn htgM mass will he elelual.il. At tile conclusion of the bigg mass, which Will he conducted hy tjSV. I'r. CHasST. pastor of St. Joseph's chun h, the pa rade will proceed to the railroad cross ing on Quilicy street. There special street cats Will h" lioaided for BtSC tti park. They will arrive al the lit tle summer resort ahout noon am! din ner will he served I in llied ia t el V . Tho Afternoon Program. At :i o'cioc in the afternoon the . - STClSSS will he held in the pavilion. Admission will he charged to ihflav the expenses inclined h.V the celelua tion. The proKlam is as follows: French selection Calumet a Meets hand. Wei. oma Brnsst J l nibs. Solo ami ehorua "I'ete Vlllngsnlsl' Puplli if SI. Joseph's ci. n vi Han oul. Nrganbtttlo Boclsties in li ) of St. Jean lie I! lUghton 'ounf v " Iptl I'. l 'rlraeau, iMlo ' Laisse. Chantelies I llseOUX" Miss DesOrmtsrs and Mr. Corriir. accompanied by Miss Alice r.. Camper. Remarks L. s C ha hot, prealdcnf nl St. Jean do Itaptiste soelety. Lake I .i mien Remarks- J, B Clontler, priest of St. Jean de BSDtlstS societv. CalU- im I Solo. "Aime-moi" MIm DesOrmler Address "I'anada, its Past. Present and Future, and the part Taken hy the Canadians i" the Development of the United siai.s" Hon, Hector Lnfsrte. "(.! Can. ola, mon pavs. tnes amours," Cart 1ST Mr. Corrier. Remarks Rev. A, Dosshsnss. Remarks Rsi . FT, 1 1 laser. Rxerclses with FYench ami American lla :s - Yoiitm; ladles of St. Joseph'.s convent, Hancock. "gtsr gpangled Banner" Cslumel gt Ret la band, pupils of St. Joseph's school, American Frsncb Canadian knights and audlem The exer( Ises will he concluded al.. : i. o'clock ami supper Will hi served ai the park to enable all pres ent to remain there for the evening, At I o'i lock the Clench Canadian knights will entertain in the pavilion wit h a da m lug part v . The celebration tomorrow is to he a celebration of the French as eftlnsns of tin- Halted states ami not as French Canadians, HANCOCK BREVITIES. M itt Johnson of DttlUth is Visiting bars. The funeral of the late Alhcrt Meau gattS. who died Sunday morning at the Houghton county sanatarium. took place this morning from St. Joseph's church. Hev. I'r. QlSSSr ofTtclated and interment was in the old Catholic cemetery, M. C Kamfuich of I'.araua was a Hancock visitor today. Miss Dorothy Qrsgory has return ed from Lawrsnes cellsgo, Applston, Wis., where she attended school. A. AngSfbsek of Detrofl Is registered at the Scott hotel He will remain In this district for several days, BSjeVsgJ on local huslness men. The Misses Cassle McOSS ami Luelle Stark are home from the Mantuette Normal where they attended school durlnc the past few months Mrs. John Kemp ami son are visitlnK In Champion. Norman l Starrett has gONB to dherlm to he prossnt at the com mencement sasfslsm of Oberits col leKe. Mrs. Frank Comtdoti nnd daughter Rots a have gene to Detroit Tor a short visit. lames Sullivan left Sutidav SVSUlgg for Poattas to atii iui t ha stai -n- tlon l I Mks, HUTCHINS RAPS RECALL POLICY U. of M. President Declares the Doctrine Is Dangerous Ann Arhor. Mich., doctrines, crude, but result not or careful thought, hut largely June ; :!. "N'ew daagsroos, the study and dei p of impulse, till'! a desire for soinethiiiK unusual, are eonlidently pCOmulgatad and secure m numerous follow 'Ing," said I'lesident ii. it. Hutchins oi the University of Michigan, in the course of the baoca laureate sermon which he delivered to nearly 1.000 candidates for decrees in Hill auditorium. "I have in iiiiikI paniculaiiy the doctrine of rseall, ui applied to judges ami the etude, bungling, unsettling, SnSClsntlflfl and ill every respect un wise doctrine of i he recall of judicial decisions. It is not an Baaggerntton to say that in BUM h that is lumlainen tal and essential, we have largely de parted from the original principles, as worked out and prnmillgBlsd h the founders (f our government, both state and national and at practically Interpreted ami successfully applied through many years of rsmsrksbls Kl ovv lh and dev elopment. In Uncertain Field. "We ale ggala in the uncertain Bald of experiment where apparently no proposition is too absurd to receive recognition if it is only in the name of progress ami tooled as a remedy for some iiublic ill. The ueneral re BUlt ol it all is and prohahly will he for some time to come, to impose on the people duties and obligation! for WlUOh the vast majority are in no wav prepared, either by training or hy temperament. While i believe most thoroughly in the plain people, in their loyally and patriotism, their desire for the right, nnd in the wisdom of their decisions where they are iitte.i hy temperament ami experience ami instruction to de cide, vet I rOSOgnlSe there are Some BJUSStkmS that bSCaUSS of their tech nical and professiun.il character, the people can never i.e litted to consider. wisely ami decide intelligently and consistently. Generally, without in struction and Wise leadership, the people are sure in thSSe BSW tlelds to mnke grave and far-reaching mis takes, i "Public Conditions to which I have referred. Should Challenge the atten tion of the young men and votin- wo men who era fusi entering on tin- ac tive affairs of life. Make it an Im pressive pari of your duty to study carefully ami conscientiously the pub ih questions that are pressing for solution and tin new and tin- revised doctrines thai are i lamorlng for rac ignition." Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey givc3 to the acd ti v : of youth and the DOWl X l SUI .i I n.'th and energy. Thousands hi rate Mu d that they owe their 1 ill itO the wonder ful restorative and sttstsJoing sffSCtS of this ideal tonic-utimulant. "Got DuHy's snd K i Well." At mcsl dn:RRists, TOO I . and dealers, $1.00 s 1 HgS bottle. Booklet free. Tke Duffy Malt Whiskey Co . genbsetei. N Y. First Class Shoe Repairing CRIPPLES AND SPECIAL SHOES MADE TO ORDER TRY MY WORK. JOS. S. RAAD SHOEMAKER Bee H.ve Shoe Store. Dr, J. O'Neil Veterinary Surgeon Office Opposite First National Bank. Residence Phono 183 M. Officio 855. CALUMET MOVED to New Quarters on First St., Laurium - Lewis 0. Smith PLUMBER AND STEAM FITTER PRINTING Wedding Invitations Visiting Cards Birth Cards Mourning Cards The Calumet News "Firms You Jught to Know!' Designed to Place Before the Public the Merchandise, Craftmanship, and Special Service Offered by the Exclusive Shops and Specialty Stores Not Usually Advertised. FIRE ACCIDENT. LIABILITY, PLATE GLASS, STEAM DOILER9, BURG LARY, AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE STANNARD INSURANCE AGEMCY J. n. Lsary ami W, l. tftaaanrd, njJontH, Calumet Slate Lank BtdgH CggkassL Mnii. rising 2as. M. ABRAHAMS STEAM AND FRENCH DRY CLEANING, DYING, PRESSING AN J RE PAIRING. Merchant Tailoring. Ladies' Gar ments Remodeled. All Work Guaranteed. Hoods called for snd delivered. Ill i- r.th st. Ciiluniet, Mich. Phone No. GUT-J. 314 Qufaay street1, Hancock. Mich. Phone Booth 140 -W, Joseph J. Wilmers PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING All rVork Guaranteed. Shop Kaucett liloek, Hecia St., Laurium riione j 10-11, LET MILFORD figure on your next job. Carpenter and repair work a spe cialty. Plans and estimates submitted. Phone No. 1. EVERYONE IS PLFASED lacJudlllK ourselves, heciiuHe we are gtonjsi h' our pstrous prnftl ij our work and rsoeive genuine satlgfa - tion. We lean iin, grSSS B .-ill, of men s elothlngi or a lady'M lalliii'- ssnds oi ess. m a msnnrr that mahvss it just like new, at a liberal price at Michigan Dye Works Phone 11b J. 5th St., Quello Block. aa CIGAR AND " r.ir.&R FTTE HOLDERS. Pipes repaired while you wait CI0MF.I &. DIANDA. 7th and Oak Sts. Phono 612-M. FOR SALE 12 room house. South Pewabic street. Electric lights, water, etc. Good basement, for further infor mation call at our office. R0EDEL BROS. Real Estate, Fire Insurance. Rickard Bldg., Opposite Post Office. Laurium, Mich. Phone 577-W. MINNESOTA HORSES Drivers, Draft and General Purpose For sale and ex- eaangs. ire stock always on hand. James McCIure North 7th St. Phone 29. ALWAYS BARGAINS On First Quality Meats and Groceries GRICHAR'S 90 MARKET AND GROCERY Oak St. fgV PIANO TUNING M gsgaBgaMssasBBsnaaa and 1U cop.es of De Luxe i music Ull WORK GUARANTEED. Mcl.jfan & Pcnrce Music Co. Phone 234. Calumet SPRING STYLES NOW ON DISPLAY Call and make our selection early. J. B. RASTELLO 328 5th St. Carpenter's MILWAUKEE RYE AND COTTAGE Bread For sale at Jos. Swykert Cor. 1st and Osceola St. Laur-um. Phone 436. McRandle BOOK AND ART SHOP. 103 5th St. GLEBEAS FLOWERS. N.-w from Bohemia. CROCHET AND CROSS STITCH BOOKS. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. RELIABLE PIANOS Fitth St. INVESTIGATION will prove the superiority of the Calumet Mining Boot ss to style, fit and quality over all other makes. Look for the word "Calumet" on each counter. Accept no substitutes. For sale by all deal ers. Mnrle in Cloverland by the Northland Shoe Mfg. Co. Calumet, Michigan. NOTICE WE DO FIRST CLASS SHOE RE PAIRING CHEAP. J. R. SAARELA 322 Lake Linden Ave., Laurium. Phone 312-M. HARD SOFT HiorttST EFFICIENCY PORTAGE COAL & DOCK CO. Calumet Hancock Phones: 142 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson DRAYING Furniture, Piano and 8afe moving. Phone 320-L. 335 Osceola St. Laurium, Mich. at lowest jSjjH e s- jfflBBMEr There's ilBSBpW reason why SSsa4Bf8 ' ffa VV under- hlSsF-? TT c o m p e t- It i w'" Pay y" 1 to Invest i I gate. Billiards & Pool The best of table and equipment TOBACCO, CANDIES AND CIGARS With every 2-jc or 50- pipe you buy wt give you a pourl of tobacco free. Cubs Billiard Room Vegetable and Bed Plants FRESH STURDY PLANTS CELERY CABBAGE TOMATO CAULIFLOWER ALL KINDS OF PLANTS FOR SALE Harper & Thomas UNDERTAKERS & FLORISTS ORDER A CAN FROM YOUR DEALER TODAY E. R. GODFREY & SONS CO. SPECIAL ON SATURDAY ONLY FRESH MALE CREAM PUFFS VIENNA BAKERY Edward Kcisu, Prop. Wholesale and Retail. r. Pine nnd Itk Sta Pksns lilt FOR A THOROUGH. PRACTI CAL TRAINING IN STENOG RAPHIC OR COMMERCIAL WORK, INVESTIGATE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Laurium : Michigan Day and Evening Sessions. E. P. MURPHY Manufacturer of Monuments. 40? Oak Street, Phone 605-R. HORSES For a a I e and ex change driving and draft, always on hand. Horses for every pr pose. Carload New Horsen for Sale M-DONALD & SAXBY Stable, Lake Linden Ave. Phone 606 Eastman Kodaks Premo Cameras f ""Supplies. Superior Pharmacy KELLY & LANCE EXPFRT PLUMBERS AND FITTERS 3rd Street Laurium Rush work a specialty. Let us figure on you.- next job. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Phone 417-M. a n?