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TUESDAY, JULY SI, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS I'iGE THREE Hancock Department SESSIONS OF THE B. & L. LEAGUE VERY ENJOYABLE Delegates to Annual State Con vention Are Combining Busi ness and Pleasure ON SIGHT SEEING TOUR TODAY Willi! Inf. in lutliiiK visit to Culumet S Herts smelters: and mills, ;i ride aver tiM Ifigwsss sn CsstMd i" t'reetviewi r. hero beahei sfscdssas preceded a brief baslnesn MvHidon, and ;,n autoaaobite IttUf to KajMc Harbor ..iid other tiiMtoric locations in h ivoenaw, miitrtmd today to SMho the eeoad session of the tni ICSSUS t UuildlBg A Less sgssolstloBi OM of ml. rest ssd pleasure. Tin Journey BlSSS the lake ghoro v, i :l !,! in aatnH, with stops at xar- ,. iom - is, sad lbs bass sMchlnery and eojilpaissd St the Ci S) n. plant were u row hitloa to the visitors, Cos tinulng to Calaseett th4 gussti boarded tin- train tor CJreetvMa mui thig stop u,,;. om of thi- most enjoyable -if Um ia . Toned by 'hi- rstreshini brsosee of Lake Buperior the gueeti were In haiP) mood to appreciate Um paper of Profa r Kedrih on "i-'arm Loan Op portuiuti' s fur Cuilding & Loan Asso I latloai " Thin session was somexx hat Impromptu and apoa its adjournment. ID,, t in northward continued. Thli pvenlng the visitors will return in Hancock, aori the Aae) eesston will b beid tooMrtww farenoon, The Hha tempi' will be the ecesie of the election 0f DSJ , and iWtgalfH and the OB i the IslS oonventloa city, far the Hftemooai white i i : i dinner at v, hiti Cltj a ill the oi dor end g . ni hi oseursfon will brlni Um BWOtlai ( an end. The Opening Ssssion. The conveathnt fonaalt opened last : i' the Mm' Issaple irhere Um rleli nee eeeeMMsd in the irst basl D Maloa. n behalf of the three cm pper eewntry essoctattone, the hosts to iii" Mala li-aK'ie. Hear U Baer, ike president (.r tin Detroit ct North ern riiirhlojSS tt-nlhtlng k Loan aoeocla lion delivered roc address of we I one. i introduction, he referred to the il . trial strucKie which was waned In the 3bppcr ditri. t but he added r;i tit sleyc'waS overcome and the ir .at iiKain Is prosperous. Me urged ttv It legates to reel "at home" ami - tared thai the awtlre copper country joins in the erelceShe to the visitors, I resident McKibhin. preshh nl of the li i. responded with an enthastaetlc Rrel delivered address. ile lold Maal aoeirrrtathaii thai Uta bsarti oi the state wave errth thli district durlag ttl stltmule and that the dele- - are aae here to gheer their inter- i la the topper country. Referrtasj to th hoapitahte attttade of the hosts, he x entured tho eosostiea that the beanie ta i, might Mad to the orssnleetinsi holding ail its future caaveaUona m the copper country. Constant Giowth Notfd. It sio m h that there is little to say upon COJtditleni xxhich max have af fected bwlMhhl and loan aaaociatknu Bi a xxhole In our state diirlm; tin- past year," be added. "I am sure there has been constant and continued growth and a greater genera prase the; of the claims of these co-opeefrVe tnstltu ttunn into the bub lie mtnd. it has al- A NURSE TAKES And is Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Ruphemia, Ohio. '' Because of total ij'iiorance of how to care for myself xx hen vertrinp into womonhoKl, and from taking cold when Roinp to school. I Buf fered from a displacement, and each month I had severe pain." and nausea which always meant a lay-olT from work for two to four days from the time I was 16 years old. " I went to Kansas to live with my sla ter and while there a doctor told me of the Pinkham remedied but I did not use them then as my fa.th in patent medi cines was limited. After my Bister died 1 came home to Ohio to live and that BM been my home for the last 18 yearB. "The Change of Life came when I was 47 years old and about this time I saw my physical condition plainly tfescri bed in one of your advertisements. Then I begin using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg I table Compound and I cannot tell you or any one the relief it gave me in the first three months. It put me right where I need not lay off every month und during the last 18 years 1 have not PaM out two dollars to a doctor, and havo been biest with excellent health for a wo v. 'mnn of my age and I can thank Lydia LPinkham'sVegetable Compound forit. "Since the Change of Life is over I have be-n a maternity nurse and being ' holly se!f-supiorting 1 cannot over ' Ktimato Uie value of good health. I have now earned a comfortable little homo juat by fcexvlng and nursing. I havo r, commorxled the Compound to jnany villi good result, as it is excel- 'it to lake before and after child birth.'' -Mim KVKLYN ADRUA STEW AKT, Euptiemia, Ohio. ii!.ylV won' advice write to l-ydbi K Pinbham Medicine Co. confl MUall Lvnn, MaaH. Your letter will be opened, read and annwered by a woman and held m strict conJidenee. vaya been aq coaiaation that publicity is :i rari iiup.atant loin, teadrns to briag abeui the more seanwl afeept-1 line ei tin- aarvMn raaierad by the aa aclatloaa, it has npnarid to me that tin- aaao Litmus aae and tratldrrnhlt public etteatioa durum the aaa yaaa and ;tii of n of ,.fv Cavorabei i.ature. "i or hirtaaea, i refer to tin- aKita- liSfl ill the metropolis of the state to- xvani tiu- eatahllahMjaal of ;t aeeai bttUdlnS and loan nOQOCtation, The need of Ml, I, fai-illties seemed to have leaoral reoognlllaa. The afltoen of this leuKue were lending their eo-op- oparaUon to tin- tMtrali real estate beard, xx hleh had nth red tin proji 1 1. Urges Use of Publicity. "Tin- foundation q a new eooaM i Uoa has not et followed the eftattl put lolth, Put it is a pleasin a t tiil the Northers hftehtajan nnaai Intluu bai aatered the Detroil Beht, and a has wM i" en ahaerved bj some that the Detroit aaeociatioas, whose operatlonM have been larawly m iht annthwietenl put of tin- (ountrx, have been glviiiK more ;, i tent inn to (lie luisiness that may i.e had in their midst, a greater PUbliC familiarity xxith uhat lean as sociations Ml do in their own locality .ii Detroit, x in in- a booattaa force. ' ' ' your aeeoelatlea regularly aaakfl an advertMlag pptnprlntlonT What are you tfoiai to hrin ; to public attention the unique Kind of a service that can in- rendered the ladrv ideal f Improved Housing Conditions. Tin president referred t the im proxoment of hoiisinx conditions, i subject Whleh he uracil lie K'lXen at tention by Building and Loan asso ciations, and dadated that all organ izations of this nature are in a peat tion to take a stand aainst buildup's being elected that ale unsanitary and unlit to he in. He also spoke of de- Unqaeat borrowers ami recommended xau. us methods of taking steps to ward brtaslng them up to tin- gtara, "1 would rather haxe up to date a- -counts eaj dst than to Collect a round ,-um each year in tinea' he added. "Have a folloxv up system lor delin quents and he sure you are Justified before you let them t !e.otid ti.e tore, loaure period, it is a great mis- tni.e for men whose husim ss is to see that people pay their he Reel debts to neglect UM matters thai all for hu man justice iii UM nicest form. Your oiti en have put forth their best efforts to hrintf into the le:iL,'.l" the associations xxhich haxe some of tin- benefits of our activity, yet do got contribute to its support. We MSM that these elTorts have not been more successful. These associations gre mostly the smaller ones, and xve can only hope that in time, the perseaat I of their management will so chart ; as to put us in (ouch xxith nun Who Will be less . ml I fferent to the claims of Nth organisation." The Secretary's Report. aen tar i ?i h, in pteeeattng his anaal report, said: "As the legislature xas not In ses sion during the past year, the year has been quiet. The president and neie tarx'. hoxxexcr, haxe been ddng some missionarv Work and xxlole the result Is not noxv apparent, there ale t xx o aaeeetattean xxhich uadoohtedly will Join the league in the mar future. There has bean some laaairy " re gard to new associations and then- are indications (bat a healthy association xxill be formed at Katon Itapids. Mun- ree and Battle Creek man are in line. 'The forthcoming report of the sec ¬ retary of the United States league Will show about $10(i.imih, Increase in the United States, Farm loans of the association should haxe careful con sideration. The subject is a live MM ml 1 trust it xxill be discussed bx ill he members. The franchise fee. Joint iWnershtp and other matters are en titled to careful consideration at this time." Talks on Cyclone Insurance. Secretary RJeh presented a paper on Cyclone, Hurricane ami Sflad SXoim I mm ranee1 in which were gives the practical methods employed by the Vow Michigan Hnlbling I-oan asso- lation to protect the association as i whole ami the burrowing member torn losses occasioned by storms. "We till consider lire insurance an asentml factor nnd absolutely toeaa arv to protect the association and the individual member from loss and pos sible ruin." added the speaker. "A omado in UM territory of any of the acal gaaoclatlong would cause a muorl re iter loss than is poeelble hv flre- n lire in the residence district ' dmot invariably conllned to one bulld- in. I'ire Insnrame as a matter of pro eetlon Is universal. The people haxe been eduction lor BJ that line, and consider it a letttHMSM cart ,r the expense or ma MM in Um' .r.mrriv. Tornado Insurance is a c om paratively new proposition, and the .pie us a xxhole ilo not rean.e in importance or protection anainst cy- Intx i and alnd"atomM. "The Vexv MP blcan. of .ho kson, took tip the Bun.iecr m com..-. vear ARC After the del.cils weio arked owl Um proposition was i'- . ... ,.f l,n mitten t. a rererenauw ' 0I rowing members only, as inej n the most vitally Intereeiea in """ that would attlmatety have to heal the expense. Oxer per cent of th. M was In favor of adopting ta plan Among the V.ixors. Among tlie deleK.ates and visitors al ien, ltn.r the (..nvention are Oacal BMed state examiner Oi BathWl Loan associations, of lanslng: I W, stttton of the Baa: rred ht Phetpt, Sdrbtn: L. J Woleott. wife ami daushter. alhMa: 0 H BM" ,nR- .iobn Mewed and r. f utter, rjraad Rapids: W. B rMboea, John M, tevitt, li I Trumbull, hi T. Mor , irvtat it Bice, wife, dshMrwd ulMier-ln-law. iiokson: VN tl nW ad wt.e. wens pi 1,1 K;,;,n;u, , , ,,, McKlbbden nnd wife, I hrlfl Hertntanm Professor W- CV Tledrh-U , wife, l.nncinc: I H JariaTM. WlfJ amj daushter, fstftaMWi am MM m CITY WILL RUY ROCK CRUSHER Council to Push Street Improvements-Water Bond Issue Tin- Hancock i It) ooaaetl at special session last evening, decided to pur chase u rock i rusher and a committee constotlai of Mayor OjalSs City Clerh Roffeabai her and Alderman Kex, in conjunct ion with the street committee, was appointed to selec t the machine. I-'. ). Williams oi ChMBoMi representing the Telstnitti .Manufacturing cotnpan.x, '.xas present at the BMOttag and ex plained the rmr.t.s of the TeMmltll gyratOTi a product of bis company. 'i ins device varies somewhat from Um jav- rusher and as it has been used OS eount.x road work for UM past thcTM car.-, tin- oemaaittec was rested with the power of pui chasing gBCh ma chine, should the) uecide it is the best available. Approximately JJ.HMi will be expended for a crusher. The gyrates, crushes operates on u revolving eyatem, while tin- old ptyM I rusher OOnSietS of a head and concave plat e of ma htnery made of chiib-d iron. The head and coneuxc of the gyratory crusher tl made of sjMngB nese. This factor is important and it hU been proven better adapted to crushing roik xxith more unilorinit.x than tin- old type. The Water Bond Issue. POf the piist month, tin council has considered the project of bonding tlx city far the purpose Of securing fantfs xxith Which to install a direct Wafer line from pump station No, ! to the icscrxdir 08 QuhM bill. At last night's groettag it wag dst i i. t to defer this matter until the primarx election in A US eSt, J'lans and spe.-ili, at ion.- xiii in- drafted Immediately and If the iSSUe passes, it will he possible to begin work before the cold weather sets In. Coal Will Be Purchased. Upon recommendation of the hoard of public Works, the c omicd authorised UM purchase o I, Jill) tons of coal. The city clerk xxas authorized to ad vertise lor bids. The Auxiliary Motor. At a recent sssetlng the question of pun busing an auxiliary motor tor um at pump station No, -' xxas referred to Um board of public works. A roc omm eada t Ion wag received from thai board t,, the ell gel the device he pur chased immediately i at coal of ap proxlmatel) fSOi ami the eauacll sanctioned the action. YANTIC WILL BE "DRY." Official Notice is Received of Secretary Daniel's Recent Order. The TanUc, at expected, xxill ho "dry." Kxecutive fjfhcer BlSjpe ami Lieut. Beat Of UM Second Katlaliou, gre IS receipt oi a notice liom i.r.mt Stephenson, commander of the eeooaa battalion, cubing attention to gSBSTal older SJei ! issued by Sec n-iarx Dan iels of the Savy, Whleh reads: "The use oi introduction for diinkin-, purpose s of BlcohollC liquors on bgjtrd any naxal xessels or within any navy yard or station, is stric tl prohibited and commanding esBcetl Will DO hei I directly responsible for the enforce Steal Of this onlcr." This is the lirst Sffletal notice the lucal reserve ctlbers haxe recclxvd of the sxveepitig order issued by Sec - rstsri DsatsiSi which became effsetiTs the lirst of this mOSth. Division Rated as "Excellent." Lieutenant llccki-r, commanding of ficer, received from Commander Bteph eases yesterday a report on the races! Inspection of tin- local division by Lieutenant Johnson of the CMcsgO na xal station. The letter follows: "The report of the inspection of xour division was excellent. The only crit icism made by the sfficsf Inspecting it xxas that you were not fSffly unin formed and equipped, but you bid ptfti , ci reqiiistions for the SSjUiBSSSSl lie sew r.x ." Lieutenant llccker expressed pleas ure at the report Of UM inspecting of ficer as the rating "excellent" Is the best that can be secured. ANNUAL OUTING FRIDAY. Children and Adults of Congregational Church Will Picnic. The anSpal outing of Hancock Con Ki'cgationul church xxill be held l-'rnla at the Canal. Th. trip to the report Will he made on the steamer I'lowbox and the launch "Tommy i" The boats xxill leave Roach - See ber's dock in Houghton at :t o'clock ami ("lose lledgeson's dock in Man cock at tilS. The return trip will be gin at .'. o'clock. Gfrrtan Lutheran Picnic. The annual OUttng of the Sunday Be hoc. I children of the Cerman Luth eran chilli h look place todax at the i 'anal NEW STAIRS IS COMPLETE. street Commissioner Hoeklng has completed the OOtlStructiotl of a nexx stairs frOM the foot of TSaeuce street to Water street. The ctx COUSCll re c entlx author, ed the . c.mmissiotier to undertake this work as the old stairs became BO dilapidated th.it it xxas Un safe to use them. CHARGED WITH NON-SUPPORT. William ,i Cos was arraigned before Justice Kb hkem this morning charged xxith non-support. The man WSt found guilty of the charge preferre.l against ll l III and xxill be forc ed to Vis it the eount.x Jail unless he can fur nish OSSStl tor his good be hailed I date lie has not M-ciiicd su. h surety. dauKhter. ChSrlOC Wellmnn nml wife, I i ' Ti shale nmi saaghMr and Charted Ken c. roil RSSSSh 18 GIVEN 90 DAYS. Edward Kclla Attempts to B'enk Fur niture in His Own Home. Kdwaid KetlS, of Qalncy, xxas ar rahjned before Justice BI bases segej tsrdai afseraoon on a drunl and dis orderly' charge. It xx. is SjleSed that Keiia bjssdbed eoBMwhal more o4 the amber Until than xxas i In nun and us a result he became betatrons. On efrlTksg home, it is stated, be attempt- gg to break up the furnitttrS and de molish evi-rx thing ami every hUS in sight. Undsrshersf Helkklla spent yestsr duy morning on a still bunt for bis man ami linalls dMOOVered him sleep ing oit ti.e effscte of bis spree. He xas sentenied to '"r daxs in tin. . ,,im ty Jail. TWO HANCOCK YOUNG MEN MAKE LONG BICYCLE TRIP P. R0STELL0 AND C. RICHARDS GET TO NEGAUNEE IN 48 HOURS. Tin- Bsgaunse dspertmsai of the Maniuette Mining Journal says l'eter Uostello ami Ou ster Iti hard t, two Hancock young men, made the trip from Hancock to Begat OS bicycles, coxering the entire distance which by the county roads is SMSg than one hundred miles, in fortx-eigat hours, including time for stops to eat and rest. They left Hancock at . o'clock in the evening and rode as far as th-y could before dark. They sb- i in the open air over night and again took tip their Journey early in tin- morning. Daring tin Bay they encountered a Sad stretch of road in Barags county which nseeasstatSd a long walk other wise the trip was a delightful oating. ReSteflO and Richards are noxx- visit -Ing at the homo of .Mrs. It. Ifurphy of Peek street. Later they will ride to Marquette, returning from then- 'c the copper country by rail. Several Begaunee youag men who oxvn motore yob s are planning en mak- Ing the trip to -Calumet on their ggs chines this summer. The roads, xxith the exception of the strip In Barafd county are excellent for motoring am' the nip should prove -m enjoyable aae The round trip can easily be made bx auto in tWO days. REV. BARRETT RESIGNS. Former Hancock Pastor To Leave Pastorate st Rochester, Minn. Word has been received in Hancock to the effect thai Rev, Ifandus Bar rett, former pastor of the Ptrst CoB gregattoaa! church of this i itx ha- re signed tin pastorate of the Congrega tional chureli at Rochester, Minn. No word has b?i re, -e:i-d ;l to his fu ture plans. Rex-. Barrett is Well known in this district as he is a former pastor of Kid jacket and Hancock Congrega tional churches JM5eHjeJeteese ICuA.T.T. THISWBBK f ! i y WE i i i i Y J ? ? "2 ete" IN ORDER TO GIVE OUR WOMEN CUSTOMERS THE PRIVILEGE OF GETTING IN ON THIt MONEY SAVING PROPOSITION IN OUR LADIES' DEPARTMENT. HERE IS WHERE YOU CAN SAVE JUST ONE-HALF OF THE REGULAR PRICE ON ANY OF THE YEAR'S SUITS. COATS, DRESSES, WAISTS. HATS OR SKIRTS. $22.09 Suits for $20,00 touts for SPECIAL SALE ON MEN S FANCY SUITS WE ARE OFFERING A REDUCTION OF 20 PER CENT ON ALL MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S FANCY SUITS. IN COLORS GRAY AND BRAY. PLAIN OR MIXED, WITH OR WITHOUT STRIPES OR CHECKS. THESE SUITS ARE SELLING RAPIDLY COME IN TODAY AND PICK OUT YOUR SUIT WHILE ASSORTMENT IS COMPLETE. VALUES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU $12.00 Huita at this ;il' fot $15.00 Suits at this sale for 20 REDUCTION vwm sk lav S aw fas P I MBS. ar SHPf MINI, I L Ail I J Ml 1 sY " CHAUTAUQUA WILL BE OPENED TOMORROW EVENIN6 ORATORIO. "THE CREATION," TO BE RENDERED BY CHORUS OF KB VOICES. The annual chSUtSSjttS will open tcH Srorrow evening el Rlectrli park, under the auspices of tin- Copper t'oimtry Chautauqua association, and COOtlniM until Saturday ni hi. The assembly ibis year Wig bs opened xxith a premier muslsal natnrta lament, the noted ora totio, 'The Creation.' Ose bundled copper eouiitrx ekassrs xx ill take part iii its rendition, among this number being some of tie- gtool ptoiniueiit so loists of t he distre I "The Creation will be given under the direction of Riba Alice it- Cam pee Of HbaShtOB. M. t'amper's uell klUIWS ab.litx as a . heir leader and c horns director is a guarantee tha' I he voices anil instruments emploxed in tie romicrim oi tin great gisoterplerji Wffl he at thSkf best, lier SUrCOSS xxltii other maei rales .i tins gati predlel UmI the opsalni nunile r of the chsa-t-impia will pave tie- grsj for tie eae cess of tin- assembly. Among the eololsti srhe xxill parttet pgte and -in-, some of tie dtdBSSH se lectkmi is Miss Mildn.l Lonisdahl of I BISMOL Miss It. in-dahl is r. . ,,g nlSOd as the pretnier soprano of the ipper peninsula ami Ism reSChed that .osition through the most thorough altars ami painstaking effort. Among the leal solists al.- Me-s OstVC Shields and Will ilall. of this city. The ability of both these gingers 'las been teste d before man.X' COPPST country audtencee ami they haxe mt with much succ ess. "The Creation" was written an I rasapossd b) the great oompoeef, HSyda It is om- of the oldest and most beautiful choruses of this kind. The chorus will la- accompanied by Mildred Hairs at tin- plana ami en or c heet re of fourteen piecm. This -i-cbsstra is oompriosd of local tahmi and has been eSpSChUly SSlected and trainee). Bishop Burt Cannot Come. The esecuttve oommtttee in charge of the Cheutaoojug xxas edvlasd yea te relay that BMhop Lurt, head eef the Methodist Bplacopal church in Itich Igaa, xxiii be unable p. attend. Blehop I nn xxas slated to speak at the Chau- tausua Thursday morning, Saturday afternoon ami to preach In copper Country Churches on Sunday next. The bishop's health has been poor dining the past few weeks but be con tinued his work with the expo tail m that the- illness would wear a xx a x . H:s condition grew worse, however, aad Finally tin- attending phyelclan's ed- vlee of cancelling all engagements for the next fexv weeks had tee be accept ed. ir. ciarem,. r:. Allen ..r Burtalo hai i ee n eeeigned the places on the pro gram given Itislieep Kurt Mari.-ii Simnis will deliver the ad dress "The Builders'' Tliuiedsy efMr noon In place of I'rank Stockdale. Dr. HAVE DECIDED TO CONTINUE OUR 1 SALE ! LOOK OVER $1 l.OO SIO.OO J:.K) FOR 1.00 20 PER CENT REDUCTION only only $9.60 $12.00 Sunni; is a lecturer whose serx i --a an- in eowstssl de in. in. i. it kss bet n tile ep sire of the CUflSmitMS for a sSl 'i seasons past t.. ling lr. Simnis te this district. WANT j DATA ON SYSTEM Escannba Engineer Asks for ct.itistics on Hancock's Water cepply. L M t'hapin, eoiisultini. engineet for the North Mietiigun Wnn r t om oany of l-:scanai)a, has written CBj I'lerk Hoffenbacher for data relative io Hanest ks water system. The Ks- eanaba engineer requests information that Will enable him to mal e a e eiin- paiison with the system in his as other cities ami the- result ele.ubl- less will in beneficial to any munici pality to Which the repoTl is sent. Among the gshisctl which he men tions are tin- extent of plant, ehSTl ter ami eosres of supply, number of hxdranis. operating conditions, value of plant, bonds and securities placed thereon, interest or dividends accru ing from the system, taxes, operating expense, number of gerviceSi both ' i the flat ami tile ter basis, amount if revenue received and rates charged. SUCCUMBS AT IR0NW00D. Sister of Poftmaster Holland Passes Away Last Evening. The dealt; of Miss Ne llie II- Hand, tin- sister e.f PostSMMtSf DasMI Hol land of Baneock, died last nlgbf at Iron wood where she bad begs vlsittB0i The ktta Jiss lola:id RTSS -'T - i - of age. Besides Poetaseetsr Holland, three brothsra and three sister.-, ell re- sielinu in RaSCOCk, stirx ixc. The body win arrive in ifancoch tosaorros mean ing. HANCCCK BREVITIES. Br. w H sfatchette arrived yester day from Homer, xxiere la- attended the national c-onxention and golden hrhilee of the it P. ' i B PVank C. 'ondon. the othe r delegate from this city, aooom panted Br. sfatchette as tar as "hitago and then xxi-nt to Ann Arbor P. visit his family xviio ar' spending the summet in tia unlvoralty city. Mr. Condon is expected home tonsuriww ami x iii be ecceompsnlsd i his father, William Condon, who xxill spi nil t he summer here. Senator James has returned from Ishpoming where lie attended the Mate convention of Sons oi St Oeorpe Miss BttSi Is Tresiddi-r has returned from a visit in Wisconsin cities, Mrs. Beaton of Ohlahomn ami .Mr . Rary ami son. of Blrminshara, ai. . who were i-alled lu re bx tin- Illness md subsequent dSStb of the- late Mis. Wil liam Chaashsi lain, base returned . their homes. .Mrs. w B. Tank of laekaoavilM, I'la.. ami Mrs. Henry lirexver of Alma, are visiting their .-.ister. Mis. Ceorge a Boyce of BJneey. R. K. Anderson of tintonagon xxas a HartCOCk business c-isitor today Mrs. J. S. kfcLeod ami daughter. IN THESE ITEMS $18.00 li "st s tor $1000 Skirts for . l.(ti Suit at this !r(UMi Suit- at Hill Houghton Iron Mountain l I6MELD0NST UhJTVUi$QN AVt h.- of liutte. Mont . ire quests oi Mrs. Mi I sosTi MeShsr, Ajeaas MssOSSSMSi Cliailes I' Hill ..I lren Hay is in this it y on business. Ile will remuin hen for several days e ailing on bs-al met . hunts. 'Che steamer LaSalh is ills, barging , cargS of coal at tin people's nsB ...mpeiiy's doe k near tin eiunty bridge. Mr. ami Mrs W. J. Madden ! N- vx York city are visiting friend in Hancock. PUTS UP $30 FOR BRIDE: FRIEND ELOPES WITH COIN Newberry Man Gets Into Odd Matri monial Tangle. N.wb.rrx. J -ilx .1 SWlhSTl nder son of this i it was kinefy. Far away BreSS nullxe land ami fJnV BSSl SS M arn- bd tor sosaeoae to oomfori him and m. ke hie worth living. ViJnn a fel low country man by the name of OJjS nen approached him with a protaMi tion te. BOeWSe him a wife- K.e'.ert was oxerjoyed. Djatieri psofeseed tee kntixv a fJfSSSly damsel in Detretl who was lOOklag for a mate- ami xxculd make an Ideal hilnsaei t. i oe.k bis m ale, dare l i: So- ks and SC-.X lellttolis on his shirt iii return for her boanl ami keep. Rob arl dug up 30 to pay h r expenses here, and when ( Jan n returned :i fexv days afterward wih the storv tht the girl COUld not haxe Detroit be- fore paylas a hospital bill f :. he pjave him th.s amount. And then 'J:i nen dlaai pe el d. His gaspli ion.- aroused at length, he told his troubles to the officers. Odsass was located in hfsrejsetta and brottglM h.i.k here U Is now serv ing sixty days in jail for obtaining money under false pretenses. R. R. MILEAGE DECREASED. Statistics Show Two M-chegan Car rier Tied Up. irsehlsetlTtf .faey H HI khjaa had 171 rn.b i.t railroad on June ltd. 1914, accord las to a repast of ti.e in teratate comrneree eommisaioti on sta- tiStlCS 'n railroads. This was a de crease of miles from the year previous, owing l" 'he abandonment of the operation of a small SSWHIBl f tl a- kat e. Michigan's rsdlroada sraounl to s.6i per CSBl e f the total mileage in the country. MichiKan lias :.".! miles of road I"!' every IS, inhabitants, or IS, SI miles p't ever ISA square miles or Mrritorj . Two railroads operating partly with in the state are in the hands of receiv ers, the PWrS Maniuette ami the De troit. Toledo and IreMon railway. The total tax collected from the railroads. Including ran and personal propcrtx. Value -f stocks, and b.mds. amounted to Si.li't.v:. Thie em! an average of ?4i .ii every mile if mttroad within the state. Mrs. win' heater, a pouts dor's wife in Worthing. Kngland. xx" died on Monday, April its, was bora on a Mn- da', c hr istelu-d 00 a Momlay ami mar led oS a Monday. Before she was married her name was htunday. t I Y Y 1 Y t ! t 1 t y Y ? Y Y Y Y Y t I 1 ,YOO BeMj only . . . sale tor oiilv SI I. 10 816.00 20 REDUCTION THE ALWAYS BUSY STORE t Y t Y eTeeeTe4:eIeTee