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THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS ."AGE THREE Hancock Department SPEED KINGS TO MEET SATURDAY Holders of Champlonshp Titles Will Race Here July 11 Tin- Bm Mi i nsert automobile i .n ever iiid undof the anctloo of the Miniii'.iti . l t if i ! t ic MKHoeiatlon HI iiic eoppar eawtttrg win tak algrg Saturday ;ii (iTiHHin, July 11. ;h i iir Hancock drim park Boom of tba rreetaat fpti kiiiKa In atoierl a will ,.n ti' ipatf. Sin i' I'timmlMiuniT Mould'..; i f Hancock tta aaag bggy loff too past vi 1 : i m with a lew of nicii p erai U tie ilii t l raek at (In- t' 'i Tl; , arVM w ill '' Ian!vfl to kMMM tbe dAnfer of spills while tlu- gpatdora are lakintf the iuii k turns mi the i; 'i mill' traik. The trai k hgfl klOO roHad Several of tat ptlota arto wtM tgtta i i i Satiinlay arrive.! If rfatlCOCt this morninR and spent Ihc day in gg mioloj the track. Tumiirri u the speed tlRgf will time Op anil BOgUalnt in ve with the lr.uk. Louia i:-liriiv of Ni w York, holrter ot ill tiir world's din tiiiik records from :! In M miles, and FMdie Heanie of I'hlcOgOi former Hpeedway ehiitnpion I nd profORl holder of ilie world's l." i , :'n-iniie igeadway racorda made ,-u Indianiipnlix, are two of the uiitu pil who arrived tliis morniir and Ihej will r main in the OOPPOF eoiin i! unll Sunday. Jnh I !t, when the WOBl serieH of raeos .' 1 1 1 tale place . the I.uirirm traik. Cars Are Fast. DMbrow will bring with him two flllUU speed .tealions. the Simplex "Zip," wnli whi'di he lowered all the m rld'l irai k re'otls he now holds, : ml t ) i .1 a -Wye-See. a IIOO B. I. ear. Hi.' largest and most powerful trnlffhtawas raOtOg car in the world i aj DlSbfOW stated today tliat In . (poetvd bottl maehinen to arrive to ur. In ,iinl lie will have them nvcr. hauled and n idy for business t onmr - imw alien i. lie will probably . ala .' av Kvr-Si c ear in the ma Jorlty of the -aeea. Eddie Mearne, who also arrived t- i native of Detroit, ami Brat i tha raclni gaaae niie in that City. He was one of (he lour wealthy . known as the 'Millionaire Qu rtet," who enieieii tha paatttna for tin ixi there vis in It and tha OB I ' tin at they got from it. n will pilot a hlfrh power r-- ... ... :.TrTr Opened the Laurium Store for the benefit of the Calumet, Laurium and people of this vicinity. ONE WORD will tell it ALL. We bought a number of good standard Pianos CHEAP! And now we will share our happy purchase with you. Come in at once and see us. This Wonderful Sale of Pianos will come to end SATURDAY, JULY 18th. mm 1 ! tiim iiumiiiiiI inii 1 1 11 DON'T WAIT ! S125 PIANO Cdn Case Ory.in iso Organ Ww IN FACT WE HAVE MANY vHJJ $450 Brand OLD P.ANOS AND ORGANS PIANO FULLY GUARANTEED. LET US WE ARC the ORIGINATORS OF HONEST GOODS mND HONEST PRICES OPEN EVENINGS Caae ear gaturcay. Tbla is the iirst season thai he has aver piloted un Aniei i. an-inaile car, as he was foi -Marl) I number oi hpth tba Pom and Fiat teams fur manv years, and drove ara ol foratga make. Motorcycle Raced Sunday. Loral inotorcvele speed"! gfg w ill meet at the driving pari Sunday aft- ornooa In raai that pi. muse to he lalamatlgg ami h is probabki that aavaral racordi win he eataaliaoed. Many enthusiasMs have already enter Pi tba rarkM naaa la ka baM ami have kaaa peart tclag dlMgantly for the evrvts. A fajf rare will lie another feature uf the r.n e p. take pla e Sunday afternoon. DOGS MUST BE TAGGED. City Clerk Commences Selling Licen ses to Owners of Canines. City Clefk HofTenharher has in riv ed a aajMhaf af kaaa irbaefc are ta bt rohi to owners of duea. Wa h do In the city must wear a license on Irs collar or Chief of i'olire ttetcnba h his heen I Oat meted to shoot the iuw llial. Willi the aaaPtef af the hot We.ilher Ihr (I. infer of mad ftofpl 1n- eraaaai ami the Ueanabag ami aiuaollat of the canines in imperative. Chief Rata II bark staled this morning that unless owners uf Ibaaa animals did m i want their dims shot th. v must purcbaaa Ibaat lleaejaa 'as immedi ately. The first license ta was said this Btomini to Bar. 17, ; ,Mob iiastor of the First Pencraft tonal church of Hancock. Ite. Rick is the oAinr of an ex client collie dog and thoimh the anlraal doefl not roam the streets, he decided to take BO h ur t s on having it shot CATALOGUING LIBRARY BOOKS. Mrs. Elsie Martin, Public School Li brarian, Busy These Days. .iis. fflala Martin, librarian at tba Hancock pgbllc schools library, is buay these (ias, oataloculas the booka owned by tin- Ifancoek liluaf.v. She is babag assisted in this work by Miss Lucille afar worn of Hancock, former libra riaa of the tMsboola it is or pant ad the work will require, tba remainder of the summer. Bvary book OWH I BP the Hanco.k schools will he Ut desad ami oataloaajad and when the school year opens next tepteorber. everytbing Will be in readiness for the distribution of books to HoBCi R raadaffb Mrs. Martin stated this morning that a iaraa supply of books h is been ordered froJB a Chicago boik lirm and will arrive m t month. W .. Mi 530 PIANO $105 $325 Good for beginners ) XTtfaasaaaaasTKMbT Good for beginners W v eximosx mew iww aiu'iiu ' RARE BARGAINS BUT LACK OF SPACE PREVENTS US NAMING ANY MORE. A CALL IS ALL WE ASK. COME IN AND LET U8 EXPLAIN OUR BIG New 88-note Player-Piano, now TAKEN IN EXCHANGE AT A FAIR TRUST YOU. T0NNA6E TAX WOULD BE UNJUST, OSBORN DECLARES CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR AD DRESSES VOTERS ON MICH IGAN TOPICS. fMaJdaaj to BatMWWk voters In the etty park last avenlagi ex-iiovemor Oabora, a raadldan for the alapub Moan nomination tor governor, said: i have refrained from fttaaaaalaai tba tonnage tax question became I think it a tiead issue. Four years a :o I went out of the 'back Woods' which is a term not infreiuently applied t.. my knaaa district, ami fought tawsasa tax. I argued the unfairness of the taa la the farmer, to the proicssi.inal man ..ml to men of every other walk in life in the lower peninsula until 1 convinced thern that a tax of this character on the mines of the upper peninsula was unjust and they MUM to see things as von and I see them. II a tonnage tax was a pood thinif for all of If icbt Call then 1 would be in favor of it. but it is not. while apaaklnp of aakabag matters. I want to say a word of the different minim countries I have visited. I have rune into the mims of Africa. Sweden and Sunt Ii America und It is my honest belief, ami I will k even furtbar and aa) M Is a truth, thai in no place in the world are mining con ditions so goad as in Michigan tha condition! in your state, my state, are the best in the world, and they ale be Coming more a early perfect each day and will continue more so with the well trained and wall developed engi neers we are turning out every year." The former povarnoff devuted most of his address in HoUKhton to n dis cussion of the reported Japosapn yaaion of aflohlgan, aaytng he was un alterably opposed to the colonial ng of an part of upper kUehlgaa bp the .l ip mi se. He did not know whether i he riporl was true, but if it was he wanted to pa on record against am h colonlaatlon. The afternoon vr.is pent by Mr. s- bom in the Torch Lake and South rangi lowna He did not naka an ad draai in Lgfai Lbadaa. but went through the mills ami smelter 1H in' i he vrorklnggaen. At South Ranga lie spoke from a truck on the depot platform, an audience being assembled b i inning the gra bell. Wherever he spoke his remarks w.re well re civeo. Mr. Oabora was accorapanlwd by his son-ln-law. a. Phrguaog of Bault Hte. Marie, and bug evening) Qaorga Ofe born, his son. joined the party in HoUghtOR. They left last evening for Iron wood. R. !: Jonaf of Duluth is in Haawoeb one of his ii lUlar business trips the mi 'chants of this city. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD! PIANO C1 00 fr330 PIANO Almost New 0 I JO (Standard SALE Tt-a1tiHir-irf mucin KonoVi nnH VALUATION. IF YOU CAN'T CALL GRINNELL LAURIUM STORE 309-311 Hecla St. HANSEN-Mac DONALD NUPTIALS. Manager of Northern Garage Takes Miss MacDonald As Bride. Miss Mm v Mm Hon. ild of gum. y lo cation, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Maclonald, kvas united in man lane this morning to Kim. -a Hni- sen of i loiiKhton, aianagrr of the Northarg Qaraga. Tha oereaMwy was pel formed al the kOgM of the bride's parents at Qtttney, bv Rev. 1 Km kin of HoOgbton. The ceremony was witnessed by out a P vv relative und immediate friends. Miss Casta V., til ers attended the bride, while I-slle Nelaon of Hogghton acted In tha mubv capacity for the brideuioom. Miss klacOonald a ia one of tha most popular yoagjg ladies of the hill lacatlon and has ksng been ai tiv, in church and social circles. Mr. Han sen is wall known throughout the copper country through his connection with the Northern fjgtgga. The many friends of the liappy DQUpla were pro fuse in their cotura tulat ions and best wishes. Immeiliately after the wedding a breakfast was served to Mr. and Mrs. Hansen and those ai tended the cere mony at the bOUM of Mr. und Mrs. IfaoDonahS. kfr. and ktra, Hansen boardad tha Anchor Line steamer .Ju niata this morning and will visit in Buffalo and Detroit on their honey mon trij. fin their return tluy will 1... ate in Houghton. NEW STORAGE IS COMPLETED. Important Improvement Completed at Portage Coal Co.'s Plant. The new slora'-e for the Portage Coal & Dock i'., which Is a continu ation of the Mead-Cable Car sstetn, at Ripley, is prat ttoally corn pta tod and will ba placed in use in a lev dass. The storage has a capacity for IMti tons ami l'uriiislies coimeetion for the fuel ooaajpgaj with the Copper Raago read. The storage is bglll to tha north of the Pig gtanl and its loratloii is so arraagad that f a i 'rem the boats may be carib'd tt it with no incon venience p. dap oattlng tea I in other departments of the i.. I K' r ire. Work on the new pia.it wai aooa gaancad laTaral vaaka ago by Contrac tor Qouthtar and its ultimate coaapla lam provides this company with one of the largest storages in the upper pen insula. The dock is the OOCond im- partant placa of conatruction work done b this fgflg at its RtpktJ plant within the past ear, the llrst plOCa of WOTh tailing for an expenditure of more than a half hundred thousand dollars in building and aqulpplBg an addition to the original do k. Mrs. John McC.uirc atttartalnad yer terday in honor of Mrs. Vert in Me linite of M;.i Mucttc. who is visiting hero. M75 w" Make) ON PLAYER-PIANOS - $345 AT OUR STORE IMMEDIATELY. WRITE FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF BARGAINS. DON'T WAIT COME IN AND SALE CLOSES SATURDAY, JULY 18th. SIX SAILORS QUIT BOAT. Coal Steamer LaSalle Takes on Crew In This City. Six sailors unit the steamer LaSalle yesterday morning. kUgfting that thu food served tin m was not up to standard. The boat brought aagl for the people's i nil i'ii Captaia O. A. Moritgomety of the boul rgfggad at lat to pay the men off ulleslna the men ahipped fr round trip. Hull. do lor the The sextet for a United came up town looking Stales mal .In! to lliiel the boat, but as there is no ottb i r of this rank in the copper ountry, tin went to Justice Kiehkcrn s court. Oap tain Montgomery v , sited the court and waived his eontentloa of I ontrai ts with the men and ggag them their w afagi No didicult.v vvus experienced by Captaia Mnntgnaruiry aacutiag craa tragi this city to repluce the six men and the bout (di aled v. stcld.i.v attci -gOOn about I o'i I k. HANCOCK BREVITIES. it. iv Bronaon has returned to I home in Ishpeming. He was here at tending the regular monthly mooting of the Detroit & Northern Michigan FHiilding Vr Loan association dite torate. Bmll Tolonaa baa returned from Patkla, wheie he spent his vacation. i ted Nauaehafaff of Milwaukee Is vial ting in this city. Mr and Mrs. John R. Rainey of Cin Clnnatl, lire v. siting friends luie. Heinle Albtirht. .Ii.. or New York, arrived here this morning. Mr. Al brteht is one of the speed king! who will pajrttgtgata tn tin- aatomobtle rae.s at the Hannck driving park Saturday. Alum It. Itataahgdh of Duluth, is vlaltlng relatives in this city. A maatmg of tlie Sumni College Al umni asso iation crnmlttee. in i ha' ire of arrange manti for the annual oat- iritf of that organization, will take pi ea aotne day naxt week, the asaei data not having been announced as i t. The outing will be held July 1!. v : v 'i' v " I f ADVERTISE IN T1IW NBWI o a 1 1 IT PAT8 -H4 .;. .:. d g a 4 a 4 4 You Don't Have To Pay Cash CREDIT TERMS IF YOU HAVE NOT THE READY CASH. WE'LL DE DELIGHTED TO EXTEND LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS. PAYMENT MAY BE MADE AT CONVENIENT TIME AFTER PAY DAYS, SMALL WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS. NO MIS REPRESENTATION. STRAIGHT FORWARD BUSINESS METH ODS. UTMOST LENIENCY EXTENDED IN CASE OF SICKNESS OR MISFORTUNE. S2D5 "co" $600 88-note HmOP FRF.R BROS OPPOSITE TOWN HALL LAURIUM M P LOY t 5 of itir . Calumet i Hecla M nguo Who wish to sell their house or buy I houses on Co. Lard; who hav roome!'"!: SA Let i m : tOWt to rent or who wieh to rant rooms, are j datmn. Hit Liberty St. invited to advrrtiae in this columr without any expense. FOH 8ALE. FOR SALIC 9 room house with Uth room, stone fnajgdatliwl. afaaai heat electric Ughl and hatd wood BagM downstair! lai . ut'n, nis.i from an-l hack stairs Terms nasonable. Appl IIN school st. FR la Ml I room iiouse. 304 4 aHradatOWg Road. Apply Bg prem ises. I'olt SALIC -Nine room house, sum mer kitciien, caul sheil. barn r r: tor two horuee, etc. Apply K.05 Hgebj St.. Hecla. A $-'.300 house for Jl.r.u'O. FOR BALE 9 room house, modern convenience;, steam heat, good foundation and plumbing. Apply lit Cambria St.. Calumet. FOR SM.F -1 He.-la St., Hecla. Qood I mom house with Btorie foun dation, aaaaaat oataap, Cuod bargain if taken at DON. -If F M SALW H room house with stone foundation mid bnrn. Will be sold a: a bargain. Mai i't ion St. Foil SALIC 12 room house. Modem convenience's. 4o:'.r) Oak St., Calu met. For: SALW House, ! rooms, bath 4335 Wlm St., Yellow Jacket. 11 m BALI ltM Hecla St. IMP, SALW-.'i rmpi house, t:;7 t'u! -adnntl St . two houses from car line st a bargain. For Bittl nia room house. S.".2 Al bion. Pull SV.L1C 7 room house, 3: Calc don.a St.. Calumet. Mich. I'oTt SALW 5 room house, cheap. 34! Caledonia St. POU SALW Wight room house. 73f Waterworks St. I'oR SALIC I'our room cottages. 2681 Ugiog St., Raymb aultown. POR SAT.!: St. room house, 407 I 'one 1R SALW x room house. 4'2 ffigl St. SEE US TODAY 4ia A n n r- $240 NEW METHOD OF DOING BUSINESS Player - Piano, now - - $450 It, Imiuin FDR KALK 7 room house and larn, j:u: d St. rriR SAL!, la room house. Apply at 4J:'8 Acorn St. For SALW S room house, 2aH Calu. met Ave. FOR SALW- HaaaUBj liT Calcdomu St.. Albion. For sali: ii roagi aog Apply ISd Rockland St. FOR SALF-Mi: Temple St. Apply Ut t!K hone for :vm.ic -4 rooms. II.gM raise, will sell for Tf.a0, Apply ktl Cambria, Albion. Fni: sLW Lot 3. afoot 3. Wolverine St F!..i.da. Apply at Mrs. Chap man's boarding in use, Ul Kearsifge POD SALIC -Four room house No. 4001, behind Calumet dam. Inquire at premises. FOR SALW Seven room house, 3230 Ridge St. Fort SALW Wight room house, 3212 Ri.Ute St. FOR SALW House. PH'.' Hecla St. F tR .".AI.1C 3120 Till I.' I Bt FOR RENT. FOR RICNT 4 room Ir use. 2 1 ! Iro quois St., I.aur. iin Apply at tBttJ Roekbuid st. POR RWNT 1 furnished loom. 4323 Acorn St for REKT Rooma. Apgty at ktn Temple St. FOR RWNT -4 rooma. 4261 Corner 11th and Una 1 I I'oR RWNT-9 ro. ni hous-. 1 Franklin St.. Plorlda. WANTED. WANTED Boardera. 3o:7 Wedge St., Calumet. WANTWD-Boardert la private fami ly, :tr,4 Caledonia St. TRY A NEWS WANT AD iAKQ S315 ?.o SEE US TODAY-EACH RAILROAD FARE PAID TO OUT- OF-TOWN CUSTOVFRS. OPEN EVENINGS i i . ..ii -ii