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Ml ta I ; Hit tr Hi dc tn r' tr. th. p;i dr oil tl Shcrifnlumrt Nous KVundeii ItltlO. Published by the MINING GAZETTE COMPANY, DAILY KXOKPT SI MAV. U W. YUL NG4J, Editor. W. M I V N. Bu.nlne.su Manlier, niored at the Post UfflVe ut Calumet, Michigan, as SSOSSI Clan Mali Matter. Buiitneu ofth e Bdltorial lti'ums IM TKKMS ui' SUBSCRIPTION: By Mail jr Carrier. Per year, In advance 15.00 Par year (not m advance) 6.00 Per month H Single issue 05 Complaint of .rrwularlty in MM ary will receive promot and thorough investigation. MONDAY. JULY 6. 1914. THE BOOSTER. Oh. the nightingale is tailing And the mockingbird may sing W hen the shades of night are falling In the Summer and the Iprisf Hut the ordinary rooster la a better friend to men For the rooster Is the booster Who awakens us again! There are ko .o-rs In the city, There ure knockers in the town, Who will tell ou it's a pity How the 1 lace is running down. Hut the oj llMlstlfl booster Is a belter cli.eli i-"or the boostsc Is the rooster Who awakens us again! SOMETHING FOR THE PROGRES SIVES TO THINK ABOUT. I. t.eorge Harvey, the "discoverer of V Ifow Wilson." has tvn Hoosev. lt and UM Progressiva .,rt, s rank and tile something to think about. He calls attention to TToglsaalvs, re cessions to the vanishing point." "amassing Republican revivals," and "invar lab rreaponding 1 knot ratic reverses, and then asks T. It. ' what he proposes to do about it." .. alsetoral returns Ind teats total Dem ocratic loss of 191,191 gnd a total Prograaaivfl torn in sacess oi one mil lion. Republicanism reeist-rs big gains In almost every Instance. Harvey pleads with the sage of Sagamore Hill to "UOminste a Pro- grcssive candidate for Congraai la eeiy oisuoi jo, UUII WOUIH RHU 1.1SSHU1 snaii nave iwo a.i.nuonai years 111 which to strive." Hut under- Iving all this is the UnpartisSB on- lusion that aanttnaed effort to peciture dealer, the home clothing mer pstnatS "third pattyism" in the Vint- ...I Ut.,t..u lu ..r--. 1 ,..,,1 ,H. ... ...I I , v ....... undartsking, Ig view of the trend of the times and the Rnescapsbk iss'j tin- sob- iwm -..f -.nti Democracy" in which will swing the s afcM this fall. The maaaagi hi n Important one 10 Ui- earili-stiy dlt steU by those ..,n sclantlous, right-tmnkins. fbfWsld looking elthMW who still find fS gressiv eism" as an Independent par ty creed strong vlti.in them, The start mshe mak 1 good 1 will never v 1 1 stsa Some men think they hav away irotn hm H t. appM 1 a matter of fact they merely gal iw... 1 eppreclale none.-. SWIMMER'S CRAMP. tan RM 1 1 pee ber SWIT PLUTO the &hsp, who run the regions below, hsi nothmq to do with th, story, except that one of the best brands of coal m ned has been named after him. It's CANNEL COAL and comes from Kentucky, the famous can ntl coal state. Excellent for cooking purposes and the very thing for that grate of yeurs. Easy to light, throws heat and burns to a clean white wood ash. You'll aqree with us, that the only place you care to have the infernal region is on the inside of your stove or fireplace and THERE'S its very effectual. How about it? The H. Van Orden COMPANY Hotghton Lsunum. STRONG MAN AT HELM. Pmnur Amiuith of Omit Hrit.i has now MM MM MP J""' Mi Mn Shim tin- MM LsfN Liverpool, win w.i.s prum minister for llfteen year there haw I. ii-ii only three stutesm who haw h-lil tin- oltln- for a I.hki period, without a l.reuk, than Mr. An nuith. Two of these, Ix.rU Melbourne ami l.oi.i I'.iliih (Hton, both MM pruiH minister for about two months )iik" than Mr. Asuulth has been so far. Tin third rase is that of !rd Hulishur who was prime minister for ex. nth seen years, iioin IVC to U02. lonl 4 Palmeist.ni, durum his Iiik term I - i i was. liKe Air. AsilHllll, le.nlel f the House of Commons, as well prime minister. Tin- others, li..ev.r at n the nuleter atmosphere of tin Houm of Lords. The prsseat prinu minister, to.,, has taken an extra bur ilen of the offlee of Sei relaiy of War. I. -4 bla .HmlnUltnitioa has bssa ut east as full of haul work as any modern times. Through M ail Mr. A sq tilth, although the strain must be Rie.it. set ins to thrive. He is the master of the llousi f Doounoni, having no equal, except perhspa Mr, Balfour) In debate, whih is a poiith.ii tai ti' lan none e..me within miles of him. BVM BhottM the Ulster question prove to be beyond his p ran of lettinj over duihni t situa tions, be will be able to look back DPOII a lOBS series of iuccoomo. Villa lias purchased a bathtub. Hern's hoping he has bun supplied with full directions lor its use. In Oregon two years ago tlte Re publicans east only MJtM votes, while at a recent election thev east 3.'.0"o votes to the Progressives' 7. . Two vi irs ugo the latter party polled 37.OO0 votes, in California the registration for an approaching election shows '17 Republicans, lM.niio Democrats, 17. DM Progressives. In IM the Pro- grssstvst carried Psanaylvaais by IS,- Ml and at the primaries in that state few weska ago the Republicans cast ," PaWSSNW 3: Threatened with a Japanese 0fob lea of ,,Ur own in UIcMsdu it 1st r I unikrsiand mWfnfnla'l M titude HOME INDUSTRY. "Patroni;:e home industry'' is .1 slo gan that looks wall in print, sounds w. ll in a public address and is a Jim- thing if carried into actual practice. but the man who advises his neigh- bors to pMIMlM home industrv. then bays practically all of his Deeds in I SOfBS OlOtt lOWg Of lt.V, is Setting 1 mignty poor example and falls far short of being a good eitix.n Th.e home printer, tha hom fuml . hant. ull have their eyes on the citi- ... .. ... jj ,,u auvises 1. is neighbors t.. patronize home industry, but spends h.s own nion. y elsewhere. And who can blame them? W dependent upon one unoth er; and if our town is to be made the best town everyone must do his part ' - , itronizlns home ,t.v md keeping at home the mnnej Madw ed for town and community devaksa. ment. Swatting the rat'' is now as popu- : ! as .. if.ng t:,, iv." ine president insist that suffrage !S -'' it when analyzed more cioeeiy it aevelopa into a noma rul affair. Champ Clark, for in- Ktanee, is an advocate of w..tnun'a f rage becnuss his wife is. while Vice President Marshall is up pi mud to IIUM h.s wife is n unti v.. doubt Mr. Wfiton, too, is in full accord ith Mrs. Wilson on the ' - THE COLOMBIA MIX-UP. Tha ChtcaM Herald reduces the traaty to ita simplest terms fives in these ivorda winch, hi d relisved of nil werbtaga, have a bald and barab sound not In keeping with the actual facts of the case. The iiients proposed by Mr. ill; alia tn aty oJ iioota are; ibal the- LTnitd States shall pub- onfsM in.it in Kcurlng tha oan a .on..- u uas the receiver of btoim - hali pubtlCl apologiae lor the act and pay compenntlon of I2&.90O.. "' in cash .u.d special privtisMi o 1 mbla In the i anal." Whll lh BMs) be Mr. liryun's view ol the sit i.it i ti and perhaps Mr. Wil OB'S, it it not the view held by a M ot the rflltsnihlp of the country, As they recall tha facts. uR. 1 nltsd Btat 1 la the Hay-Harran uraaty, offered Colombia precisely bat as af. 1 wards gave fhjumma tor UM ana Mma. Tin persons then in control of Bogota attempted a boM Up. Paam M hsraaU in danger of be- Ing idetracltsd, AanhricM opinion was strongly in favor of Nicaragua. great 1 ettbfft 'had congress ''" Induced to sei lousiy consider Panama, it Bogota lirifiMihnl in driv. I the I nltsd States away from the PsMma proposltioi the canal would "" to Nil sragua. in tms nmi gM 1 Paname n m nbarad thai under the aid constitution of -New flsnafis" he bad a rigbi to Meade tram the ' :' ' 1 and promptly asserted f rights and ,b Clared her' in.kp. nd- The qamtiun Hmi was, nnsM she maintain them? president Hoose rail raaUaad that nceardlng to the I'oi.. treaty ,,t imh the United states RPM bound to keep freed.,,,, f transit for all nations at PgMMs, MM as has been sasartsd, to uphold the sovereign ty of Colombia, Mad the J nited Mates allowed Ba '" M war along th. PaMUM raiteoni, Wh would have been their bail point of att o k. there would have bSM a due. t fadnie ,,,, t,e ,,:irt of this cMntry to gang its obligations t., oth ST - onntri.-s by keeping the isthmus ..p. -I for freedom ..f transit t., ;ih hH. UaM, I'resulent Koos.yelt rsfSSSd to allow Bogota to ..tta.k htSSUM and bar IndapMisnoa was thus establlM ui. It is too bad now to nl.,, any trouble over the matter. Plans ot the Gopper Gountry Commercial Glut for the Yemt The Copper Country Commercial club is ti business enterprise. Its busi ness is the development of all the in terest of 1 -opperdoin. Therefore, us business Is eveiybodv's business and erbod has a right to know what the club expects to do for the 1 opper OUntry during the coiniiiK eai. Inning the new year the topper Country Commercial club hops t Hrinn 111 at least a lialf-doen St industries wIih h w II farni.-h nii- 1 lit-ri t to hundreds ot men. ! and girls; which will thrive, and gr, w ai:d add to tin- prosper! t) of oopperdom. t 'mid net trade extension Mil ti -Marquette, Ishpeinilli; and NsCSUBSS, ind possibly other iron counti v points. ContlnM On M MM greater siule the publicity citmpaiKii which as so successful during the tlrst car Prepare and publish a general de scriptive booklet, ssttini forth thi m vantages of 1 oppeidom from 1 1 1 iew point, illustrate this booklet lav- hly, and distribute, thousands of pap us to the centers where it will do most good. Peraavara in preaching the pnsil f optimism, faith in home, faith 111 neighbor, faith la self. Convince not only the outside world, ut our own doubters, thai the vopper ountry is u good place to live in. OrgnnfaM I 3tt,Mt holditm compa ny, wnu h will encourage, by stoiK Uhsrrlpttona new industries and those already established here, and hose profits will be kept at BOsM and re- iliv ested In 1 e. Continue to preach the fallacy of Political Gossip Mariiuette county voters need have M font that they will not be ably rep ri seined in Congress if they vote for Senator W Frank James at tin- COM ir.g .-!e. tioi.s. sas th.- lslip. ming Kei -oid. Beaatof Janus is not only cap aide but ha i independent. He is not a corporation man. but he is right ly of the opinion that Congress is no place for a man who is essentially agnlnsi the corporations. He la no Bo CMtltst but he believes in fair play f.r the common laborer. In other words, Benator James is broad minded enough to realize it is the people, and all the people whom be is to serve. When the corporations want a serv ice of Senator James, all they have to do is to ask it of him, and if the re tiest Is at all reasonable Senator James will "come ii nsjSi" If the work ing man has a grievance which he arnnta adjusted) and if he comes to Benator Jamsa with his troubles, the senator will do nfl in ins power to get results. Senator Jamsa win in- our next con grassman. That is practically tors gone conclusion, Ms has this district pretty well lined up. and Is popular with all la.-.-a s of Voters, And when a man like James Fisher, popular and eapable as he is. withdraws voluntarily ironi tin- aongresalunal race in Benator Jamsa' favor, it is a pretty aura sign thai it will be easy sledding for the Hum ock man. Bayg the Iron wood Times: Janus I'sher, of mflllMt. made tlu annomscsmsnt Issl Saturday that he had aithdrswn from the race far the Republican nomination for congress man from this tl i 1 1 i. t . The annoiince- meni was made foUoartng a confarsttcs nrlth I'rank SSMM and Mr. I'lsh.-r ita ted that in- would do everything posslbls to aasfafl In tha nomination ..nil .lection of Mr. .lames. This will be a pleasing bil of information to the people of the iron counties, who wen not particularly interested in the cop per i ountry viewpoint which resulted in the pmohsg of two eamlidates for the Renubticun nomination for eot ur man in the ti. Id from that district and vv.-i. well BSTSfS of the Injury v.. Hi.- party whn h must result fr.un BW h a situation. The withdrawal of Mr. Flsbsr haves the IsM to Mr. .1. nms alone and thus Insures bla nom ination without a St rUM Is, It is very probable thai Mr. .lames would have bean nominated, even had Mr. Hah at remained In the no e, hut the con tssl could hardly have been cjirried through to a ftalah without lesvlnf more or laag of the scars of l.atia, with tin- IMUltaal Injury to the BHh essful candidate, As tha situation has now- .bared, it not onlv assures Mr. I.mes' nomination, but practically msana bla election. With the 11.1,1 to himself, nad with iii- excellent record be has made in the state I lire Will have little difficulty in MoWlng undei lsnd-Islone MscDonsld in the lection next November, .lames rishoi, .if the (upper eoilntl.v, has retired from the ra. . fog the Ite- publlcan nomination for Cungresa from thla district. ll- is auonortine Benator lames for the plnOS, It was a wise move. While Mr. l-'isher has many friends, and while gjS miKht have won in tha oiliest, 1 gghi would have Ueen Injurious to the Republican cause, and it w is dsagaroM bavlng two annat dales from the rotmer district. Now thai Mi. .lames has the held to hini- aelf so fin as the Republican nominn 1 Ion la 1 nni erned, he arUI ha es to ssal with W. .1 MscDonsld Who also hails Mom hiv section, Tlnle IM also i.e I lemoi t il nominated I rOfH I US cop per country, but it is concMed tnnl .lam.s will have a walk-away. Not oniv will ins party ha bur Is the lead in the else MM to come, but there me main who do not like the kind r rep resenting, or misrepresenting, Mac- Donald .lo. s in Washington it is gen erally conceded Hani ae in t am enough r"i- the fob or possessed f the ahillt) or fairness to pr..perl present ths nffnlra of this Importsnl dl 11 1 V 1 to the r migrans sf the country. BaaMsa Ma. Honald is looked upon as a carpet- h .sint; the it of prl1 the rainbow ohm 11 kiw insula offers tin leM poriunities in the HMMhl wsst. Proa !i t. . e. .. . dollar spent at h. n.i Preach to our tnrr hants tl ili'ni of meeting mad SPSS ho their own Krvur.d and Make ev er dollar 1 v a dollar's worth of ttvicr M per counti and its . ; U . Does this program ap -i a! t. Would vou like to share in IM .ood w ork I gun man in 1 . . : 1 . of professn n. hMhaaai or occupai on, is eoiislderd a prospe tive member of the 1 "upper Countrv CMMM 1 I Chthv This nil lades I oil. Your support and sympatViv Ml net (led. The vlub needs the enhan ed inter est which m'U will take In pTOjecl in v.hith you have HlVastSd --r MM y. The tost of an Ituliv nlual tnemi'i-r- shlp is t per year, less than (WO CSOtS anch sratkUig My i MM than ten cents pi r week; less than the i si of your Sunday after-dinner elgM. A chei k. made out in -the name which you wisli t,, ajpear on the Bhjl of tin- . lub andoaai In as envelope ilddressed to .Mr. V. H. Thotili'Soii. treasurer. Hancoch, Mi-ii.. will pacelvs Immediate attention; or, if the check isn't convenient Just now. drop a sim ple pi stal , .ml to the oflCS of the Club, Houghton, .Mull, and yOU will ha duly anrollsd. AND l ' IT WOW. baggsr In politico. Hitting from om political Rower to anothi r act ordlng as bS believes the most holle.V i to be ub taitied. As a Hitter he has all oppo IM Dts bent n to a mush. Senator Janus will continue Intro dttClng himself to the voters of his dis trict and working fr the entire th ki t. I'm the man that took the sick out ot Dan Cu-sick. R. JobiiPg, D, C. The Chiropractor. Ith St. Phone Itr-J, Calumet C0RDW00D MORRISON ESTATE JOHNSON HARDWARE 413 Pint St.. Calumet. GENERAL HARDWARE AND SUPPLIES. HAYING TOOLS EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE, First Class Shoe Repairing CRIPPLES AND SPECIAL SHOES MADE TO ORDER TRY MY WORK. JOS. S. RAAD SHOEMAKER Deo Hive Shoe Store. Dr. J. M. O'Neil Veterinary Surgeon Office Opposite First National Bank. Residence Phone 183 M. Office C55. CALUMET MOVED to New Quarters on First St., Laurium Lewis O. Smith PLUMBER ANDbTEAM FITTER PRINTING Wedding Invitations Visiting Cards Birth Card3 Mourning Cards The Calumet News "Firms You Ought to Know" VsiftiuHl to Place Before the Public the Merchandise, Craftmanship. and Special Service Offered by the Exclusive Shops and Specialty Stores Not Usually Advertised. fire piano Billiards & Poo! hCCIDCNT, LIABILITY, PLATE BBBtBMKBHa 1 CLASS. STEAM BC1LERS. BURG- ' The best of t.ibles and equipment LARV. AUTOMOBILE T IVT I XT f TOBACCO, CANDIES AND INSURANCE fi C,GARS InwUnnlfVah bmmhbbbbbbbbbb With cV6ry 25o or 50c pipo you and 10 copies of De Luxe rt rj rtA buy we g've you a pouch of tobacco STANNARD INSURANCE muio OviUU fr'e' AG?NV1 St t- rl WORK GUARANTEED. 1 TT. . i-ai::i. s.ato i..mk iidg.. McLofran & Pearce Music Co. Ijl! Hfx K 1 1 1 121 1 ll II ft H 01 Ml.!:. PfeOM Iff. Phone BH Calumet. WUUU VHIIUIU IIUUIII M. ABRAHAMS STEAM AND FRENCH UK Y CLEANING, DYING. PRESSING AND RE PAIRING. Merchant T.iiloring. Ladiea' Gar ments Remodeled. All Work Guaranteed, do. ids called for and delivered. IU H Ith St. Cnliimct, Mien. Phsna No. 63 1-J. 311 Quincy Street, Hancock. Mich. Phone S'Uth u'40-W. Joseph J. Wilm PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING All rVork Guaiantccd. Bhop 1 '.i nit-it Btoek) Reels St., Lanrlum PboM -U-M. -LET- MILFORD figure on your next job. Carpenter and repair work a spe cialty. Plans and estimates submitted. Phone No. 1 EVERYONE IS PLFASED Including ourselves, bscauss wc are pi. a. ied if our m irons proftt by our work and ivolvo gSMllM MtisfSO tioti. We clean 1111, 1 press a suit of in. a'a clothings or lady's tailor made dies.--, In a manner Unit makes it just like new, ut a liberal price Michigan Dye Works Phone 115 J. 5i.li 8t- Quello Block .ffafJ CIGAR AND f CIGARETTE 7 HC HOLDERS. Pipes repaired while you wait CIOMEI & DIANDA. 7th and Oak Sts. Phono 612-M. FOR SALE 12 room house. South Pewabic straet. Electric lights, water, etc. Good basement, for further infor mation call at our office. ROEDE BROS. Real Estate, F;re Insurance, Rickard Bhicj.. Opposite Post Office. Laurium, Mich. Phono 577-W. MINNESOTA HORSES Dnve-s, Drift and General Purpose !' if sale an. I ex- . 1 1 . n a p 1 , r 'I. .ijl ma stoi k iilwiiv s onSjMB hand. James McClure North 7th St. Phone 29. ALWAYS BARGAINS On First Quality Meats and Groceries PDIPUAD'O MARKET AND unlunHil o grocery Oak St. smissw SPRING STYLES NOW ON DISPLAY Call and make our eolection early. J. B. RASTELLO 328 5th St. Carpenter's MILWAUKEE RYE AND COTTAGE For sale at Jos. Swykert Cor. 1st and Osceola St. Laurium. Phone 436. fVfcRandte BOOK AND A PIT SHOP. 103 5th St. GLE3F.AS F LOWERS, New from Bohemia. CROCHET AND CROSS STITCH BOOKS. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. RELIABLE PIANOS at lowest prices. There's a reason why w undcr- sell I I compet itors. It will pay you to investi gate. HFMANN 109 fifth St. INVESTIGATION will provo the liuperiority of the Calumet Mining Boot as to stylo, fit and quality over all other makes. Look for the word "Calumet" on each counter. Accept no substitutes. For sale by all Seal ers. Made in Cloverland by ths 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 iOFT HIGHEST EFFICIENCY PORTAGE COAL DOCK CO. Calumet Hancock Phones: 142 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson DRAYING Furn.ture, Piano snd Safe moving. Phone 320-L. 335 Osceola St. Laurium, Mich. 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 MADE CREAM PUFFS VIENNA BAKERY Edward Kcisu, Prop. Wholes -i and Rstail. '.ir. Pine and ith Sts. Phone 111. 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. 402 Onk Street, Phone 605-R HORSES For sale and ex change driving and draft, always on hand. Horses for every pur pose. Carload New Horses for Sale M'DONA l.D & SAXBY Stable, Lake Linden Ave. Phone 609 E st man Kodaks Premo Cameras '""Supplies. Montin's Pharmacy KELLY & LANCE EXPFRT PLUMBERS AND FITTERS 3rd St. est Laurium Rush work a specialty. Let us figure on you.- next job. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Phono 417-M.