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MONDAY, JULY 20. 1914.
THE CALUMET AHWS PAGE TWO Houghton ASK U.P. STAND ON JAP COLONY I State Grange to Make Returns Known at Meeting Today When the Bet gttVt -mm 'tn t the Mate " fUtlKe meet Hi spei lal M HtBfl in UUBKUBJ mih, J'. (in K. t l.arn. of iluxt.riK, master : the laimers' r- i amnnlliin. la enpeetad la gaeanBBBB Hi. Mattel i-t of upper p hnnhi .i al,'el s III llteMCI to J.'l ...Ioniza tion In h i oOfltl . The stat I mas ter waa metructad by the Bam utie i mm I - - 10 utile to .r mil mill nr m- q I!,.- grand In itortgara Wchi Kan and learn their views reKardim; the Tffni oi the . Uo I M to Ml'h iKuri. The letter hive i. on sent out ami it hi exi.. t"! that t tutli. UV Nutm will hav,- rieen received fnm about i. if ..mi i'ii bjm i Kate bam Ut opgoeed to bringing lac Japs tn thU .staU .ii.il numbers of the tP e i ommWee allonaiy ladegae his stand. It lias IJeea BBggeated thut t!i. . I aligc initiate a law prohibiting Japanese ir-'in )--rn i MK land owners 111 Mn hiuaii. um Ketcbam will take m action 111 tali regard until ha beari In in tlM north, rn M.i In-; Hi Iain.' ra. ',! State A MO Uttioa "f Farmers' clubs. ..I win 11 i. N. M liride. of Owoseo, 1 1 great dent, will undoubtedly support i inii prohlbltnm the yeUeu men from rjecomlni property awaern In a letter received bj lecrotarf BJfOta, the tat'- i" aid of a-MHiil- ture, McBrlaV dec hired that, if aecee- nary, he would fav.r a spei ial session of the leghtiataro t i pn rent Jap eol aniaatUm, Mc Bride la membat of the leWeT house. pre lUcni I' 1. Hidlcbramlt of the Aln hi -an St. ite na I : if the Japs . Governor Perrla union, ne to M i bUpui and ills a i i lal session of the legislature that a law ma be enacted to prevent the yellow men from becoming property owners, o will not only h ive tiie support "f the Michigan state Tj pograpbii ti union, hut even later body in the atate, Maliigan farrie rs slioul.I not I"- '"tn- peiled to compete erltfi iteM foreign ers. The Japs can') aeateilate with us, end ere don't weal them Con 1 1 1 man ftnti thai the will be an abte to ii" enythtej and n will be up to the Ittehlgaa ei ite legielature In pn nl the i oloalsat km ' Secretary Brown say a thai be haw ri 'i bundrede of let ten from ferine re and boaineaa man making ha m itriee as to the probability of the J.ifii colonising In Alger county, Ho ana Informed an thai the information eagee trom i'rof. J, A letter y, former -i . of m. a. C gad i land commta eioaei' of e northern Michigan railroad, Professor Jefferj etated thai arrange ap bad i. i, made b John 11. Hammond, al : i oi ,n p bo is back ir.g the- colon laatinri acbetae, to bring ' Michigan in a ape hri train lag for the tranaporta i ..tnpiet. .!. Th- . Mel f land ' ' i I. araint l in Al- r t' end .' pttrpfiiied to make LiSE BA L AMMUNITION. HOuyHton Infantry Will H.ivt Change To Wn,e Out Enemy. ' t.- i f ' !.. Eeatura oi the ana ial tate eaaap .it dray ling, wbicb th' II on Lighl Infaatryt will attend ii." nth will be field Bring i , arranged for bj Brig, Gen Hum the suggestion of MaJ. i .1 Phillips, f dwohu, Inspec Kin M : tor of Mil. ill arms practice, am! whiel; have been approved i the central iie parun nl si 'hit ago, The iian is. that during the Ofaylinj encampment the various eompaaiei wit be taken oal and given an order to groom ii tot ,i,iii, giv ii potnl aad watch for the eaemy, Ai a algaal the enemy grill be seen by u dbtpla) of tar 1 1 . i ml the 1 1 . 1 1 i i men are suppt wed to kill on ii. target enemies wwu baO aununitioB, The ping hi to give the various commandera a test in haadUaa their men and also kw the tnen 'hi ti' e to mo. , i i, ir xhooi Ina ihiiit . ANSWtR THE CALL C.-lurrut People nave Found Thl This is Necessary. a i "hi. .i sn sin, a eadden em neh. a little i ium nay bun the hidneye gjpeiia of backache often follow. Of s .me Irregularity of the urine. A e plead id remedy for suck attacks, A medicine that lias satisfied thou Sands i- i loans Kidney Pitta Thoaaanda oi people rely upon it. lie' g one ease: ; 1 1 i Quau bh i s rtrel St.. ish pegging, Mich., Mya: I eunTared from dbrtroMtng backai he sad palm ihtnugb my ho i. making it imai fat ri..- to etoog or lift, i also bad lamaV :n-l:es .'ial ,1 .z spells us , titan's Kid. lev I'll!- .mil Itey old HO i world of good." The It ho V I hi not in Isolated ease gfei Qaayk tamrij am uf mnar ka thie Vicinity who have anwtefpti) endorsed Deeuaa if roar kaci mtea tt your hWoeys bother yon, lon'l rimpiy aak fOj dtir.r.tly for di i r artey Ptiis u snme thai Mr, fjuayte bnd, Me all stores. Poa ter-Mdhiirn Co.. Bvffalo, N V. INrm'in'ir ?lu t,,in's -anti take no other. eAJu' nucaUJ Department GOOD SCORES IN INFANTRY SHOOT Militiamen Compete for N. R. A Medals; Two Are Experts ih en and RMeatefa el the Hnagb- ton IdgM Infantry esterday gggaaC t,i far the tfatkmal Rifle agnactatlog tm d. L The matak was at kaad aut - tad deaajnatrateri thai the ami ka manahlp uf the local mliitiamw is not mg Tin ; urei mada the entrants t"i the various distames were us follows: mi .'nil J 00 II 4 1 M 37 44 4: 35 41 44 3S 43 37 3h 45 4J :ix 36 :i 35 41 M 34 41 34 t: 37 32 3i U n 3i 37 M M 10 31 U 11 M II 44 40 II II 44 4.' aTtrrklng . . . . Bgataatoa Bekeiin Mitchell Mitchell R Baarl Wilien liipkene i'. aberthy Kotttater Krellwlta Uuelle I'ord Roadie, tctave Anthoaj Mot ' ompetbag: Smith Sanders PollOWtej th' shoot the following shot t' for tin- medal qualify for marksman and sharpshooters, tdi .tiii4 tN and Ml yards: Hosklnv total. 311; expert. Bggk (toe total, j". . abgrp. Eekeila total, M; ahaig, MitcbeB 'totalt .'n7; aharp, gg U -total. IfSi .-harp. VFlften- total, marksman. Btepnana total, IM; mark.man. Smith total, tit ; expert. Bergi Hosklng proved the most effl v ii tit throughoat the shoot, winning every medal (fared Hi is now classed an sspert. Be took the x. n. a. medal, the medal fu Ml yards ami also tbt medal for Ml yards, rapid fire, in tin- Ml yard pat b. Hoeklni tied Private Rggtaaton int as the hitter had mere hulls eyea to ins credll he was awarded the medal, The ahool was enjoyed by every member "f the infantry. IncIdentaJfyi it put them in excellent condition for tht econd match againa) the Catumel Bn ineera for the Moore rifle trophy, which wiii take place next Bnadaj at Calumet. AUTOISTS MEET HARDSHIPS. Country Party Among First to Make Trip to "Outside." Leaving Houghton si ". o'clock tant Baturda) morning, Rapt, B, j. Han demon and famll) arrived la Rorwaj Bfteea hums later, having made a trip over i long stretch of new ro.oi cm ildered Impaaenbla for auto traveling, Ma the Norway Curreni The distance between the two uHtaa bj gboal 141 miles. Prom Champion to Norway the load is good for auto travel, abOVt ti7 miles, but it was the ftrsj hsK of the distance where shrewd ma neu vertng i i - - at i me inii in aarthnt 1 1 ' war hard to as. end and though '' ' in. n thin ir.tt feet longt it was indy that Mr. Henderson was iiidiKcii to move the car by meana of i Biatntoh whack -thai simple device , readily constructed i.y bringing ii a pia) two Mi(k.- and a lope. Every d "i xod i m 1th tati. 1 1 1 ami after " . i, in ,,; t,.ii reai bed the top, Th n there is what la known as L'Ama ita t' ii milt up and ten mitae doa i ' i,:.. one oi her i at ami thut a rora too, like Mi lleudei una bad ever n oh- the Journey ever th m w toii'i . uuoi la r 'iir a ! rariKUti I, .hi att mpti n out teams gad to haul it tor twenty miles, Bupt, Henderson left his tamll) in tliis cltj in ylstl with relatives and he remuinea nniii ruvada) morning whan he again started over tin same route, uii i ompan) . .1. a. Oauthler. Thg return trip waa made in ten end one hall hours w hi, b 1m la. led a i ( at L'Aai e. EXCAVATIONS COMMENCED. Ganrtraetai Miehaell Awarded Contract ,'Cr Buildin'j New Block. lxcavatton was commenced thh morninti bj a crew of men In chargt el Contra tor John .i. Mi aaeis at Mouahton for a baatneH bloch to it en i ted on tin- site i rm i ly ipied by the old Hoar building, The coatraci was m n: .i ii. ri . I,, Contractor Michaels Baturda) ami he had an thaw in ovginaing operatioaa, contractor Michaele expect i ta teva the Intldlng ompleted in four montha. The but hf lag will lie 4,f brick run- etructlon, two stories m hslghth, 1'or- uige a,nir) reoatone trimmings will lie 'is, d Pet the present the SQCOHd story, wMch - aeekrned for afilea r.. m-. win not ge mushed. The fuawd floor will be divided mto a )arber Maap and a store room. I let ween them will bo an ornamental antra ace to me aaal Root stairway. PAIN ESDALE NINE WINS. Oefsst Congregational Team in Poor ly Played Contest. 17 to 11. I'iiinesdale Methodist Punday, Ol I bOMball team defeated the iili- oani team ..i Patnssdsle Sutur da sfternuon ii a mit .,t i; to 11. Thi . Hue was po. i ly pi , , ,. owing to i h odMloa oC the I aim .ml. The "i i 'V Innii R ii k ronaregatloaal Illtl9003-11 II " Painesdale : I ". I -17 22 8 flatteries i nnd I . iMimiiorne: nilkgapta and i duon. MtM Rdaa Mlaallta of Menominee la 1 i M.-j AlaHi. CuptuUi-. STATE MILITIA GAMP AT GRAYLING IN READINESS GROUNDS WELL APPOINTED AND HAVE BEEN PREPARED FOR ARRIVAL OF TROOPS The llew st ite nill tuO , alllp. ItMVB as the Hanson state military NbegVU tmn. near UrayliriK, is neurl ready for i:ie.-s .ii. l w . n t lii sei till rn paatag "f national Ktiurds arrie Auk ust 3. all that has been planned for ruare outing wui bo complete, ac sordlng t.. amttaatoggaj re aprea tadja) A lar-i w i rehouse wa.- i ompleted last tar. also a tine home for the cure laker i t the grounds. The l itter am built by the war department ami is an gpg i , Captain fuse and ata faaalt) formei: of iiwosho. Tl-.e mess house :.'...'' compartaag) Tins will a too ueed l r a moving picture theater. Three barns are ready for cavabf) ofeaMt, oM with capacity f 7t rs- horses 4tid hBOttef Ml hors- ea, Tin ptable rapaclt) will he tat reused nexl cur to accommodate 500 more ham - The water system i- comj lete and ready for use with an ahundant gUpggJ "f the finest of water. Tl in s jnimped it in gratta aad faneed to a large reaec Mar nc.r the top of a high hill baah of the par ole gfOU&dB and I'iped from thTe to the reimentiil streets and buiidlaga Tug electric Hunting system Is about ready for eervlce. This is errnnued eovep a large area and will I Ik lit up thotisandl of acres as well as the bulldlnga of the reserviitlons. About 17.'. acres have been cleared ami ere In excellent condition for man suvm ami i (imp irnuada Rnade are betaag built throughout the extensive reservation grounds. Colon : Q. Rogara, of tin quarter master depart merit, has been at illav- : ag let aeverai woglaj and with his family is occupying the eottage owned bv tile widow of the late ludM lilalf f Irnnniag CottagM nave been rented for Qeaeral Kirk and other offlcera ai 'he ; uarda Qenerni Kirk and his .stall r eX pe ted to arrive August 1. fboM in charge have worked bard to briui; tin Grayling camu up in proper shape for the tirst encampmant, ami foh'iii i Roaera Mya nevoi before have tblagi been in such complete readiness. LATE WALTER FITCH. Man Well i.novw In Copper Country Succumbs. 'oncerning the death of the late Walter Pitch, brief mention of which was earned III tile Assoeiilled I'le-s Impatches Thursday, the foflowlag I . "III 1 !n Rm oi d I let I Id w ill be of in- nst inre. Mr. Pitch having man friends In the eooDer eountrv lie mmu the travel lag representative of the Northern cram . eenaemy aad la the aM da s had extensive business relation:' with local minim; companies. Mr Pitch hud suffered with heart rJtBOam fOf the last two years. He went Kau Claire laal Monday, tataardtag to spend m regal weeks with raaatlvea Mrs. Pitch was preparlag to join him w hen the re. eived word of his death. Mr lit.h was boin hi Ki.x L;ike, WTIe., i i.;, M1, He waa edacated in the lillhlie s, llools of thai nttn mwA I,,.. gan his business career In Ashland. Wis., as buyer of grain for the North ern drain company. He naa advanced to various positions with the same company nnd la iv7 be a me superin tendent and manager of the Chicago ufftN ... lie remained with that company un til i Mg, Then he became associated with Robert Prlagte, James a. Ranhta ai:d T. V. Urowninu i:, the firm of Prlngia, Kit. h gj Rankin, general brokera la stocks, Main and provision, in mi. Fitch rormed tite pn Brm or Waiter Fit ri - Co. Mr, PttCh a.s a man of Wide ;uuintance amonij bualitcso men ' cut ae- and Wtta noted gs n brilliant afferdhriner speaker, lit served ss president of the h. aid , f trade during Mi, Mr, pitch was . ne of the foundara of the Bauth Btere Coantrj Club and served three h i ins .. ita pn i Idem Fie also mi ed as presldenl of the Chicago Athletic iMoclatlon during N4. Mr, Pitch was : mi ruber of ih Union League aM Kcnwot d i tubs. He Bull I l ,1 MlSS I'lolem e M. llarp t la B -a i " nit . Ii . hi Isxn, and she urvlvea him. Itta residence was at i h. Kenwood Hotel. TEMPLE OF HONOR. I Meet in Houghton Proves S. icndid Ouccess. v'"i'" 1 inplain VfUllaa . Tra fdaa of Iron wood wag the truest uf 1 ''; the dtotrk t awatlag of ttte "'i i r ouatr) brant haa of the Templi of honor b Id In the HoBghton I hfd KeltOWl ball Saturday evening, whtok proved oat ol the most important gnthei lagi Ihia order bag held la the atotliet Matt-i.. pcrtaiiiinK to 0BBV tamptoted legistatloa at the next su- pieme lodge BMetlag Wt le dis. usse.l Tile BMetlag was held gggb I the J N i the graad temple of Mli bbjaa. S vI alitlulates were Initiated h Columbie temple .r Houghton aad a very enjoyable am he! aataaaigg f..i- I. wed. CAMP IS EQUIPPED. An enUre aqntfagaml af horses for m - r .amp of I'orterlield and r::iis ,.f ;rre:i Bay, Wis., has beam supplied i.v th.- due of MeClum ..ml Mi Arthur. Mr. Petterfleld haviim made n apt-. ...i -rip Rteaai i in en :.,V g to complete the tralisae liollf SeM ial million eet ,, hill (I wood und caaeMerable aofl wood will be cut at the new camp. Reuben tills ..r Detroit, formerl) on the iepoitoii.il stafT or the KveniiiK Jaagamli anhn has lately agon oagmeet ed a it h t lie li 1 1 o , i i i , ,. iM n in Houghton visitiiiK relutives und Xiicmia. 1 1 - Lake Linden-Hubbell SENGLAUB-ROSS NUPTIALS. Popular Lake Linden Voung Couple Steal Msrch on Friends. Ami' um fluent of the re ei t BMT naue of Miss Mrtle He-s and ttlivrr SenKlallb. whtiii vvas solemn i.ed on m, genu oi i.i t week .it the Lake Lga den M. B, chunh. has Just been made pui-iic. Th. catemaay waa pafMnaad in th. presui i of onl the attendants. i Rev, ii. ;i MaMlaaon. Mr. ami Mrs. Seniclauh returned tod. after a week's hi ne mi a The bride is a graduate nurse of the Lake Idadm Oaaaaml hospital, agylagj DOBN to this city from the Boo severul e:trs avo. The cro. m is the son of Mr ai. .! atra, John Bcnglaub. He Bj emplayad .s an endertakM for the Paarce iindware g lirartum com pany. DELEGATION FROM MARQUETTE. Visit of Boston Symphony Orchestra To Be U. P. Arf.i r. When the BoeMa Bymidbm) urebM tr;t . oiues t.. the coppi r country next Octobaf it is expected that BlUBiC lov ers from all parts of ti e upper enin- suia will be present Bpet Lal trains probably wM be neceenary. Becretary Price of the Copper Country Commer eMJ club, under whose eusplcea the on hestra will visit this district, has received a letter trom Hon. A, T. Rob arte of Marquette, stating that Mis Roberta Qeorge Tuchar ami khwaelf w ill stipplv a delegation of music lov - an Cram the Qaeea Clt) to attend tin entertainment, Mr. Roberta la one oA those who guariintei'd tic cxpenaM of the Httston orcheatre ami is great) interested ill their lotiiuu; lu re. Regarding tin del nation coming to th'. copftor country. Mr Robartl M "We want ou to iindarataad that we are anxious to do everything noe albta to support this concert ami in tend to do considerable personal Work iii an effort to yet up a strong delega tion from Marquette to attend. Tiie businessmen oi Houghton county an to b,. ouagratutoted upon their fore eight in renlislng tin i, em lit that such a concari wUI be t" the copper coun try The South Shore railroad 1 1 1 make a : pei lal rale of one fare for the round trip from Marquette t, the copper country ami it la probable thai should the detagntton coming here be m nu merous they will run a special train to the district. WOMAN ON SCHOOL BOARD. Miss fCllen Haw I.v. who has ren dered efficient service as a member of ti e board of education in Ontonagon during th. past yen-, was re-elected for a three-year term at the annual meet lag af the voter.: ,,f the Khool distil, t held hot week. Miss llawlev received Rfty of the Bftyone vote. cast, the t id. I vote beilr: re i.;( i ted fol li. a. Ravage. RY AUTO TO DULUTH. Dr. a. R w. sseis of Houghtoa taafl Houghtmi taai abfM in his new lead boa automobile lor Dadath, lie Will Journey over the BBW Raragg county mad to ih,. iron country and will slop at IrOBW I. Ashhiml and Superioi. Mrs. Wii-sels and liaby who are visit ini! in Dnlath will return with I p. esseh HOUGHTON BREVITIES. Mr ami Mi Otto Johni on ,,f lav - armor, la., are vtaltlng John Bart, West Houghton, siate Game Warden Onto of Mar UUatte, who has been viaitlBg III Hoaghtog mi official baalneea. haa ra turned to Ins home. I. A. Matrin of ChkntgO, who has bean rkdilng H. ". Pelver, has retura ed to hhj home. Mm i.ati. T'i yaan of gga. died at the tuberculosis '.mat a r i um Satur.la.v. The decaased had no relatives in this AUTO WEDNESDAY THE MANAGEMENT Or THE AUTO RACES SCHEDULED FOR LAST HUNDAY AS WELL AS THE DRIVERS ENTERED WISH TO STATE TO THE SPEED FANS OF THE COPPER COUNTRY THAT THEY ACCE.fTHE ACTION OF THE HOUGHTON COUNTY OFF, CALS LAST SATURDAY ,N BALL If OFF SUNDAY'S RACES AS A PERFORMANCE Or" THEIR DUTIES AS THEY SAW THEM AND EVERY DRIVER ENTERED AS WELL A3 EVERY EVENT ADVERTISED FOR LAST SUNDAY WILL DE RUN OFF WEDNESDAY AT THE LAURIUM DRIVING PARK ,N ORDER TO G.VE THE PEOPLE ALL THAT HAS BEEN PROMISED. TO THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN ADDED THREE EXTRA EVENTS TO COMPLY W.TH THE REQUESTS FROM THE WORKING PEOPLE WHO WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REACH THE PARK AT EXACTLY THE HOUR CF STARTING THE RACES. 4115 RUNING UNTIL 7:00 P.M. OLD RE31DENT PASSES. Eusabc Lcpin, Aged 68. Succumbs After a Long Illness. The deatl. ocelli li d oir.) Suild. morniug at tile fainilv residell. e . Lake atreai of Rum he Lepln, aged I Heath was due to ;i coinpla itioll gtoeaaM witii which be bad bona firinh lor several months A Widow and tw.t suns survive. Puneral ar- ices will be In id toluol, ow BparBlBg from gt, Joeepha church, la charge ol Mm Bt. Jeaa de Mnptlat eociety. Burial Will be in Maple Hill. The .Ii -a ased w a:; in rn in Canada and .nine to thbl dlatri t more tlaii forty )eara ago. LAKE UNDER JRCVITIES. Mtoe Alvlna JacquM has returned fkaag a two weeka' vtaU iti Cbloago. Miss A::as Slatt.rv of llnbhell, .s spending bar vacation at Maekinai Is land Miss Tena KniK of Habbell is nSCOV- ering from a re mt operation kor an pendlcltla, Mis. John BeaBj Id of llnbhell ha, gene to Vaiiev Crock, M. D., to v i it ia r daughter, Mrs, Jacob Kramer. Harold Tupien of Hubtell has re turned from .Hi exienil. ,1 .,: g Chi ago. The Misses I dive flark Bnd QoMiC w i , of Dohith, are gucate iit tin- RTehi n ideace in Rubbell. Tin- dale building on Calumet street is being renovated, pre.i.i ra I ofj to its in occupied b Frederic Carpenter :is a dry geoda store. .1. B. Sullivan of Httbbell has opened Uiaurance gad fuel ofheae in the Hub ball Bank teUdlng. NEGRO PARTY HAS BEEN ORGANIZED IN CUDA. Object Is to Compel Whites to Give Them More Offices. Havoaa, Cuba, July :.(. Tha ae cio.s iii tirieriie Province have form id a poiitbai party. They call it "Amtgoa del Pueblo'1 (Prlende of th" People) ami have perfected a ragul ir "i lantaatlon. The principal movew behind the organization are LaCBBte md Surin. two of th" lieutenants of Qearernta Detenoe ami Tvonet, the leaden of the race uprlalng two years ago, Lacoate arui Burin managed to nrrender ami had their lives spared, while Rgtenoa and Tyoni t ware killed. The objer t of the BegTO party is to Compel the whiles to five up more of tiie political offices of the country, and the members admit of BUCh Mgg minded motives In their literatim. They consider that tiny did most of the lighting daring the revolution and arc therefore entitled to a large per ititt of the public olliecs ill the :il of the country. tine of the lirst acts of tin ncgrom when they argaalaed was to elect Dr. Cristobal de la Guard la, the secretary of Juatlce, as their honorary president I This was done because at the tune th Moras bin. which prohibited the no gruea from fonnlng a party, wis dis cussed in the senate, 1 )r la OnardH strongl) opposed it. The opposition if the doctor Wag not because he was in favor of the m crocs forming a politi cal party. BUI because he thOBgttl it ami unconstitutional to forbid them doing so. district ;;nd was interred at the county expense. Capt, a Donovan of Mllamuhee, an d. rw i ite: ;; Ugent, n; in lloBghton to superintend the repairs to the arracaad atea met waid... Mi . I'harics W, Mbbi ami children ne home from a mention tup to .Mar inette, nsM end Mlaneapolla. Miss ieagle Keith baa none to Da luih to visit wiih rrlan da and remtlvea. Mr. and .Mrs. -.liinmie" r.rady have game to lira, Brady's home in Milwau kee, The huh i.oxer announced that he would rest for .some time at thai place. The Anchor Line Steamer Juniata was in pott to.lav en route tor Hai fa lo. POSTPO NO SPARK PLUQ 1 CAM EQUAL THE J REAL V- TOBACCO flt V THE PIOTORIST WANTS THE GOOD JUDGE TO TRADE r0 you know the flavor of real rich, sappy tobacco? Tit uRihl-Gut" the Real Tobacco Chew. "Right-Cut" is prepared from tiie finest of mellow, ripe, full-flavored leaf, seasoned and sweetened just right. Cut a new way so you get all the good of it. The flavor comes alonj steady and a small chew of "Right-Cut lasts a long time. The Real Tobacco Chew 10 Cents a Pouch ASK your dealer today. If he doesn't se.l"Ritfht Cuf," send us 10 cents in rtamps. We'll sciul you a pouch. Wn guarantee it to be para chewing tobacco anil better than the old kind. Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic R. R. Week Eld Exciii.aon Via St. gnace and 1 1. ,V rrom Calumet to Port Union and ri turn . Detroit nnd return Toledo and return Cleveland ami return . . . Buffalo ami return Fares i'. Line . . . .18 00. . . . .f 13.00 . . . $18.75 . . . .$19.c0 . . . $2:?.oo Tii Kets on s 'li every l'"rid a v In .1 uly ggg Auk Is! Limit Kept, rah. I I. Short limit CO da) touria all points ECaat. t fates to Friday In from date i h i. Hat Tickets ell sale every Jlttly. Final limit Kg ,),,. of sal", but rait I iter I: i'.tll. Information concerning Pares. Ttgae, gcbodubss, etc, eheerfully given. Drop us a postal for Circular ::'; which gives mil particulars of Law Egcarnlou fares for tin:, eeaaoa, Por Tickets, Information, Tian Bcbedulea, etc.. call on any station or Ticket Agent JAS. ROBERTSON, A. G. F. dL P. A. Houghton, Mich. News Want Ads. Bring Results Subscribe for The Calumet News NED 1 BSr!? KB RIGHT-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO WEYMAN-ORUTON CO CHIC A CO. lit. WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY Sd Union Square, New York THE POPULAR VACATION ROUTE RAIL AND LAKK OR ALL RAIL TRIPS. Annual Pilgrimage to the Ciirme of St. Anno de Beaupre. from Calumel .$27.50 Tick eta on sale July M to 17 Inc. 191 1. Pinal limit AtiKust list ItH Btopoverg allowed at ail point;; in , Canada on going or return trip ami on retara trip at all points on the !., S. S. i A. Ky. 1 Season limit nmninnr Touriat buee to all nnlnla la the Baatern st iles ami Canada. Tlcketa on sale even dav to and Including Sept. Wth. Phml limit i t. I tali 191 1. JAS. MANEY, G. P. A., Duluth. Minn. i PBfcaaaaMMgggggggggggggga HggggV WBaaBBaBal ii