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FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS .'AGE THP.EE Hancock Department MAY REGISTER ON TO STAGE BIG DAY OF ELECTION', MAT TOURNEY Attorney General Explains Law! Promoters to Offer Overtures to On an Important Point World's Greatest Artists Thai rote nut ragtatar with Um , ) pf ii.vv lisln Blggg "t time. .Hid , v. ii 0 t" I'"' prlntltrt an. I r ri -j..;lr lliiic (lie gggga ! I'1' votes, Ik ,),, rulitm t'f Attorney -Setieral Orunt evuows. according to word men-toad i downata4c candidate, wlio BOUghl tha ragiatration rata iti tin- pri- f the attorney general ,f, rmatloa regagdlni ,,i votera, rno grins t marloa. The opinion la (oHowai I iin in re it of your U tter in which you ragaaM tha opinion af thin .Utiin laiial apea tha fathnrtng lnajulr i the fa no pros latoti In tha law u ll imw rtanaa for pagiatwUon day preceding tha primary election? Can u qualified voter, not frag lata red, become tered OB primary election duy by appllcatloaa to tha tngpecton and then vote i n the name day'.'" Under a t No. Hi of tha Pvhtle , i : ,: !t)!i, ;is ainemled hy Art of tha PabUe aet af till, tha voters ui the various political parties were given an opportunity tn becoma an rolled voters of the particular BOtiti cal party with whirli kggt) gtJgdM he affiliated on paeiaed dates In each year. Tha amendment of IffiS, how ever, tha nana betas Act us, doen awaj with the neceaatt) of party an i iimcnt. lie latratlon for tha pri- mary election is governed by the pro- nt section -t i if the act of 1913, nbtch provldaa in substance that no i n I :;iav vote at a in'imiiry election iin lew in' hi a registered and qualified ildinr. Any one vvlm is a qualified mi tor hut md regietered gggy par eaall) appear before the township or city ' lerk, as the sutne gang be and procure bla name to ba regietered In the rf 'latratlon bonk. Likewise the tori may revhtei- any person who appears before them on prfnaarj day and takes the necessary oath of affirmation; or am h inspectors may rt (later any oete whom thay know to be a qualified voter. No ether provision for registration is found in the act in H a rn ended foriUi conaequently, in r def to rota at a prim.ir.v election the elector nual ba duay aunllAad and re- omii either under the provision of the general primary law or In accord ance with aactlon Of tlM primary law amended by Act lis of IvlS. In this connection, l can your attention to the final clause of Motion i which rcada aa follows: "There shall ba ne other ragtaftm tion day u- ggya for either a primary, a general or a special election, except thai preeertbed by the general election !.i s and In this act." There is no provision requiring that an elector who raglatara hi iniotdaawei with aactlon t of tha prtgeerj election laW, as amended, must be WO registered for a definite period of time prior to a primal election in urder that he may permitted to participate therein. Acci rdlngjy, there would aiam to ba no legal objection to prevent a qualified elector of vvln registered mi primary elect lop day from voting on the same day It occurs to me that the investing of fie inspectors with power to regis nt- in parang mi amy primary election day was intended t,, apply to precise lv a. h a cum- an Is niiKKested by your 1 "d inquiry, and to permit the elec- tor, if qualified, to regletar ami vote at He primary aa the agg&a day. it is my op in log nil niillng I j thai your firel QUeatlOg mual he answered in the negatl and your second in tin af Hi illative. DASEBALL GAME TOMORROW. S. P. I. nd Congregational Nines Will Play at Driving Park. Baaehnil win ba offered to ioaaJ fans tomorrow at the Hancock drivlnr. park when tin s. P. i. lean win meet the Hancock Cangrafattottal nine of the Bundaj tchool league. These teams ' nly matched and due to the fact thai conaldarabJa rivalry exists ggn twecn the two ergnnlaatloni, aoana ex- I 1,1 meal is predicted. The teams of the Sunday School league have been fumjlhlng some eX- I I "ni ha) of late and as the climax "I the ea.u,,,, ,,i,ut ,.,t hand, Intercut ' being developed in the retnulnlnn i tamee. run standingi ,,f follows: V v m. P, C s lnaJanH j r""i:r national l S '' 1 1 the L l i teama Pot. 1 hum .666 r.i.w ..'.'.( BUSINESSMEN TO MEET. Commercial Club'a Finance Commit sioner To Outline Plan. v mi"; medtlhg of businessmen of Portfifte Lake di-trlet will he hold 1,1 ha , it; hall toniitht when J. (. lown. the Oofjpai t'l.uritr.v t'mnmer rial club'a finance commissioner will outHne his plan for Hie organization f u holdlnfi corporation. The purpOM "f "'is cgnpan la to prov ide capital v"h which t.. hring Induatrlaa to tbg popper eountr) and becaoee (.f their ln,' icHt i the diatrlet. it la posalbie l inrue number of hualn aaggad 'll attend. 1 Pllrnt pr.igreaa Is brlns ma.le ith the- , rfrnrrtahtlon and support Is Bl afaff hand. However, in "'i'"' that the entile communitv mav e informed ,.f n,., i.k. h 'l,'M'"1 ,hl I Pla in every walk of 'tten.l the meet in.-. Mrs. Finest Welder nnd danwhter nf Copper country W netting fans at shaping plans for the lllggial tourna ment ever nogdUOtad In this part of the state. In Um event thgf the pgJM sin i eed, thay win bring aoma of the woild's graataal mat artist to tin-, sections and iiculciitallv . it will bring toe cupper district into prominence as porting center. The scheme is one of the no si atU paafioui ever attempted in the way of sports in this community and because of Its alae the promoters ate getting an early start. If successful the plat, will bring to coppartfoag most of the landing, grraatleri of the world, tha awl) exception being Ootch, Cutler, Bbyaco and Roller, The size of the purses would not be sutlli ient to induce wrest lers of the bigger claaa to oome, it is the intention of the prom atari to tntereal Lehto. Jarvtnen. Pieraon. Qahrlng, Haiiipaiui. Groulund, Ameri- us. l'ardello and men of this tvpe. It QOtOh and wrestlers of his tvpe were brought there would ba no interest iii the tournament othet than the reputa tion of the man because the lesser lights would stand little show of win ning, "We have I, ecu wmking mi the achanaa for several weeks." eald ogM "i the promoter.-, .vestcniay morning, "and baaltatgd sav ing anything about it un ci -,v e reoetved aaauranca from some of the men that they will come, it loofca now as ihoUKh our plans will not tall b the wayside. Hie thou-and dollars is to he offered m three prizes and this will be divided in amounts Ufficlenl to interest the mi n we hope to bring hare, HWot a long tune there baa been eon siderable wrangling as to the superior ity of the wrestlers we .-eck and this tournament will furnish an eppQftunlt) to settle all disputes. If etiouli mom ij un be gotten together in nfhrnnca to over expenses we intend askini; OolOfa to referee the tournament. Wc ndaratawd he baa retired from the mat and probably i mild be gnlucad to come." Wraatllng has bet n a minus ipian tlty in the upper peninsula to a great extent during the past few years and milv ociaiional ingtehes have bec.i palled off. The name w ,i. iii ba I and in an attempt to restore the sport t" its former popularity a galaxy of wrestlers will be bMUght that arc well known to mat fan.'. There would ba au much at stake in presti-e through vic tory that none of the participants Would fall in going his best for the honor that would go With victory. MAKES STRONG PLEA FOR All UNDIVIDED CHURGH CHAUTAUQUA SPEAKER DE CLARES REDUCTION IN CREEDS IS NECESSARY. Speaking on the theme, "The W.tsl . Collies and Nonsense of a Divided Proteetanl church,1 in which be made a strong plea for a reduction in the number of creeds, ii. .Marion Siinms of Vinton, Iowa, yaeterday afternoon delivered the opening address of the Copper Country Chautauqua. The discourse attracted the closest atten tion and during the Interval of an hour, the auditors heard one of the most OOUTlhehag arguments ever pre sented in this district. I r Slmmi waa a subsitutc. an eleventh hour choice, but the Impreaalon he creates left no cause for regret. The speaker gWOted statistics show ing an annual waste of money in ac complishing B purpose that could be done more successfully with fewer (hurdles. According t the Cnlted States census, he declared, there gfg i;: Protestant theologloaJ aeaalnaiiae with 141 instructors and s,J:i.T stiul- antg in the t inted Btatea In other jorda. there are ' atudwnti to aagh amlnary and t.:. students for every Instructor. Another incident t" which he referred as an evil. Is the division of churches, the reaUll Of which is rhlii umisly small conurcnations. Twenty per ient of all I'resl.ytcrian churches, he declared, have member ships of W h-ss. Summing up his discourse, the speaker declared: "The only possible hasis for the unity of Protestantism then, is a ba sis of lovaltv to .lesiia Christ, and of mutual toleration among christians In nil non-essentials, a basis that allows the latest possible room for diver sity. Diversity Is good thin and does not need to be abolished. No man need pnrrender any doctrine .r practice that is dear to him. The only thing rc.piire.l for such unity is for e n h man to stop trying to for. , his thndogical system of non-essentials on other people. All christians have the essentials: he h0 has the essen tials may be trusted to work out his nwn system of non-esscnt.lals. No one need give up anything exeepl hie ecclesiastical conceit, his denomlna tldgftW pride and his inherited hreju I ices and the loss of the theae will be a great gain." STREET WORK PROGRESSES Street Commissioner Hogfclng making excellent progreee with the Iwi pr, reggggg ..f fuavation street gad the work has euhaefantly advanced ai to wnnli tha laying of roncreta next week. The manholes are being raised about two feet to conform with the new prnde and about a foot nf crushed CITIZENS WILL ASSIST IN ORGANIZING NEW COMPANY PLAN FOR HOLDING COMPANY IS APPROVED BY BUSINESS MEN OF CIT"V. It is anticipated that many IIa COCh citizens will be present at the mass meeting to ba haM In the cttf li. ill this e trailing to interest local peo ple in the proposed organization of a $ Inn. nun gagging company to bring new Industries to this district. Thogg in charge gf the maatlng announce that they have the ggggfggOl of two hundred persons to assist in the move ment inaugurated by the I'opper Country logagM rcial club. .1. ;. litown of (ialimi, Ohio, who has been ggtjggWd by the Comniclcial club to take i harge of the campaign will address the meeting on the ad visability of forming sm h a compgny, Mid explain in detail the benefit it win be to the copper oountry, The purpose of the proposed com pany is well known throughout the dia trlet by this time, ami undoubted!? it Will result in the addition ol import ant Industries In the copper country, ghrary cjtalen of Hancock who gm not aireaiiy gggwad to attend the meeting aaalgfci la urged to wet in line and become a booster for the bet- tci mi m of t la dial riot, A second mass meeting will he gall next Tuesday evening In the Bad Jack et town hall to Kive the residents of that district an opportunity to ex press themselves. MOONLIGHT TO CANAL. afembadl Of the Ham oi k order of Blha again will entertain with a moon- llght ride to the ( anal tin. evening. Tin BUu reeentl) chartered the steamer Ptowboj lor an afternoon and evening trip but adverse weather made the ride a failure and the ledge will cute-tain those who were disappoint ed on UM Initial trip. TO EXHIBIT BIG FILM. Manager Keiredce anotllMiag hat he has secured for presentation at the Kerredge theater the aims "Neptune's Hauhter'' one of the most thrlulng ami apat tn i ilar trtumuha of the age, The picture will in- shown Tuesday afternoon and gyenlng, a special ma- tnue nagngj given for tin- benefit of tho women and children. POSTPONEMENT OF WATER BOND ISSOE IS FAVORED HANCOCK CITIZENS FEEL QUES TION SHOULD BE DEFERRED UNTIL SPRING. At the special session of the Hancock council Ifondat even In r the council iii nli d it would he I.e.- t lo gggaf ac thm on the water bond issue until next aprlgjg, The guaatlon of bondln i the i ity to aacare mmney for a direct water line has KUlg l i en pressing for settle ment, but it is feared that before ac- tleg pegtid ba taken by the voters ami work DOgBageoced this year, winter Would he here and thus the Work would have to be delaved until Spring, Hancock citizens in pajMfgJ balieVC that the eaggi iiilnii of Alderman afc Qtynn to defer Una mat::!- antll the spring BlecUoa is the easier way Dttl of the difficulty. At the special Session the third ward abb rinan expressed the opinion thai bj tha time plans anil spe- clflsatlon were (tied it would ba too late for the primaiy election in Au gust and as the matter la of mm h im- uortgnce, lonaldernbla ilgaa should i aiiow i d to deJlbarnte on it. M eyoi 'lja!a erai also .li l.iVur of t i I I i : tha aaattar until spring and ihi gggggfal trend of eplnlon is that the Sater bond bmng viH not be l.lcseuied to lie voted mi gntii gga April i U gttan, HANCCCK BREVITIE 3. Miss Minnie Vanilook Bam was unit d in marriage to Wilbur It. r.altner of Houghton yesterday. The eii no ii waa performed bj Rev, w. p. Proul of Iron Rlvaf at tic- hngge ol Miss Jennl.-is, Qutni y stn ei. Morn, to Mr. am: Mrs Jane l-'arb v of West Hancoi k. a l.ov W aiter Darwag of Groan Bai is riaft inn; his parents, Mr and Mis. I'eter tavaon, n accompanied hi his sis ter, Mrs. Laagy, who will also visit gage for si vi ral days. The funeiai i - :!ie late Miss Nellie Holland took place this morning at I: ffl frofg St. Patrick's chttWh, Solemn ggjih oanai gnu sum bj n-v. FY, Hot iat It.v of Iron w ood, w ho v i assi t' i.y ;: pr. Qlaeef -aa deacon; Pr, Ray men as etih ' flaeron and Pr aflller ga gaaater ol ceremonlea, interment was made in the ( 'athol.r , emet Freckle-Face Sun and Wind Briny Cut Uyly Spots. How to Remove Easily. Hern - a i hal.ee. Miss I I e k le - f uce, to trv ,i renw dy for rrei lt)aa with the Kuemntee of a uiiabie deejer that t wdi rot i o-1 you a penny unJaoa it re moves the frc'klcs; while if it does cive you a clear complexion the e penae is trifling. ggggpty .-i : an mince of othine double strength from any drugiMM and a f ( w upplicat ions should show- ou I ov easy it is to rid yourself of the homely freohlea and gel banuttfgj . implex Ion. Rarely la more than one ounce needed lor the worst case. Be sun- to ask tic drugiat for the bla ftrtngth ethgoe aa this la the prescription sold under guarantee of mone back If it fails to remove fl . 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