Newspaper Page Text
MONDAY. JULY 27, t14.
THE CALUMET NEWS page three Hancock WILL SUPPORT MAT TOURNEY Local Fans Believe Wrestling Game Will Come Back Local Caai ""' WTMlUlni UM an. graatlj la favor .f taa pfopoaad in ternational mat which la tailad fr this c.t next November, according t iu lenient of two of t h- promotara to ,i Blaica tin ariy aanouaoaaaaal af the match hj several of the promoters, the ' nattl daw udaton among tba ban liaJ iooa a iiettwr r not the wraatHna y mc will coma back to its own, That MUD a time aaa araaajlng was one of inn it poaular aporta la thin dlatrict and the majartty r-'i that nntliiiiK will brlns it back to ar a ill the Interantlaall tourney propoa ,,i by Hahoajah man. Tin- Idaa la to anna aavaim at the i, t known wreettJare of this couato to this city and have an old -fashion i , 6) lastiriK three days, sm ii i,rc mlneat aftlatk auch aa Lahto, tito t. imk t i opjicr country man, J.irvlncn, ,,!-,, uHl known here. I'icrsoii, QahrtM Kumpson, Orbundlaad, AHieticui and Pfirdello The ability of these heavies j uiii known by f otto wen af th gams and aa yat their enpraaaaf ji i uadeclded. Thla matter wonld he de i Ided ' ace ami for all should mich a tournej be held here and local fane would have an opportunity to nltaran nomc ntatchea thai would lie worth tru '. ellai miles to aee, I call nee no reason why the tmir- uid not be BOcceaafuL" aatd one of the prontotava, "We aaws lo aaaa waiting for an opportunity, to wltttaaa Mine of the ajtaajhsal art saltan in ae lion ind thla would give svai jmas chance to eee for themaelvee Has in n r points of the gaaaa. i fat i as- snred that hniil tan.-; will unaorl the t. iraey, and in fact, many have hI n ul) mad. InOjUlrtee ta that end." CITY CLERKS TO MEET. Michigm Association to Convene Soon in Detroit. i'iiv Clerk William Roffenhacher n in receipt of a letter from the a re tar ot the Mhliinan Association .if Cltj Clerka Inviting him to attend the fourth annual convention of that oi - fantaatloa which win take paaai it Detroit August ,"i to g, The lavttaUoi will be .praaeatad to the eoaactl at tha Bex I regular session and action will N taken. The opportunity presented to city Clarke to attend this annual conven M. mi 1 1 one flit should not he pai led up without serious consideration. It i in" offtetale opportaalty i" net in loin h with other city clerks and ob tain laforaaathm tans will be of val ue, .tt excellent program is belag prepared for the convention and it Is anticipated it will be one of the best ever betel Notices in raajari to raglatratlon day, Auguat Id have bean received at the city ewrfc'a QglOe and will be dis play. d .Inly It. The notices relate to una II Ilea t ions necessary primary akn Hon. to vote at the WORKMAN IS INJURED. Charlea Bottung, an employe of i tractor McQlynn on the new .1 on H'ee building on QulOCy street, met with Httghl Injuries S.iturda.x when a por ti"ii of the foundation of the old build caved in and a WTga rock landed "h his foot. Mo was taken to his resi- dence in the lehnbaeli building where his injuries were attended. IN THE JUSTICE COURTS. tdnm Sonowakia, charged with ' ll liquor without a license, will given an examination before Jna tlee Kunkgy Wednesday. The defend i in resides nt QUlncy Where he is the propi letor of a bdardlng house. Beef Roll A New Way of Hslnd Left Overs 7'v Art. Janet McKetU lill, Editor ot Hi f Ration Cfktmg School mttgmtim l.vctv hottSL-wife finds the ilis pnsition of left ovlt.4 a most per plexing probfeta K C Bod Roll W'tl go a long wnys toward help ing yog out Whet) the family get tired d haab and stews. You really ought to try it for snj)i)er tonight or tomorrow night at the attest. 46 Rxrf Boll. H : Style Th,ffrt,fttlHK 1 lro,oHlHt sail; 7 Irt rt tea- , ' ' thitfU c,.i;,l hr.J ami ' ' "t m,,.,t snuamfl Vmum : M teasp,H,J,l nn h. ial Make a biscuit doggh "f the flour, ''it, K Cttaking ix.w.ler, tborteningand ""Ik, ami roll Into a sheet half an inch WCk, liaving tha ends even. Mix the wier iuuredients by themselves, usinrf "'quid as needed t make a paste. pread the ,v,stc pVet the dongh an.l jo" hkc a jelly roll. Itakcin.i buttered atiout forty minutes. Mrush over ibe outside witli a little l,eteii eK It ft j r tht- purjKise and return to the oven r"w,L Serve hot with a rich brown woe. other meats, such as chicken or a!,t' l,rin combination, mav 1 V,-. , lu "i(m hd maatard may I '"llltteil. fn,o.'."y "f It to the I II ;,, iV""" '"""rilv. Mrs. ),. M. Krnrie ZZTJr!: ..Hrt?d li tu i..o.is.r cook' Department ANTI-REDS TO CELEBRATE. KM I , . . I"crl Hancock Club to Attend South Range Picnic. An enthuaiaatle Bsaatina ,.i Ho.ialist l.,iKll(. was hel HUM evenin ..I io.- .Mun, .v,liir Temperance hall when plans to H.-nd a del, nation t lml otH UlUSI U. in. al South I : in.. ... . . u i "o.i,i. i in . 1 1. .i 1 1 e - arj mam bar of tba local oranalaatlan Will attend and a band will accom pany th.nt. COPPER COUNTRY ASSEMBLY IS VOTEO GREAT SUCCESS UNDERTAKING MORE ATTENDED THAN BEFORE. LARGELY EVER That the qua will ht Copper Country Chautau an annual affair is pr- dieted by all who attended ihe meet mga tins year ami avt visited the aaaaloaa for y person who the past four da.s at Kle trie park pronounced the assembly the ureateHt MOCOaa of an. ch.i ut.-i iiium ever held in this district. The committee in charge in aatlafled that ooapar country people appraetata thin event and will Work with greater efforts next year to bring noted speak ers bare ami otherwlaa prepare an ex cellent program thai will be lupartor to any pte loiiMly oll'ered. The speakers who addr. sseil the as eembly this year ware the bent that OOUM be Ml arod anil tin v lived up to thetr nputations. BapaclaUy plaaalag waa the addraaa dallvarad by Dr. CHn- ion N .How. inl on "Adam ami Kvc" Saturday evening and many pro Bounced this lecture the erowalng avaal of the aaaembly, Dr. Hoarard delighted his audience for fully two hours ami svery moment w in enjoyed. i ".st evening Blah op Urate spoke it tha Hanooeh af. k. oaurch and the auditorium was crowded to capacity, in iii.' morning the congregation of that church united with the Hough ton afethodlati in a union meeting. FIREFIGHTERS ARE REAOY FOR U. P. TOURNAMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS REGARDING ISHPEMING CELEBRATION ARE DISPLAYED TODAY. Memiiers of the Hancock lire d paittnent are iirepailni; to atlend th Firemen's tournament, which will held at lahpemlng from Auauel l: Allllouni elllelltK of the celebration were displayed throughout the .it aaaj ami inctu tiieimhters renew? their interest in tin- forthcoming Kail, erlag. The touraament holds epeclal Intel est to local firemen as they Kpeot t land the 1915 uptier peninsula mee Advices have been received from of tieial soiiices that have caused the lad dies to leel confidant they will be .- ccaaful and they will journey to stl Doming with this determination. According to word received, prep .nations for the Ishpenilnc; meet hav been elaborate and practically ever department of th.' peiilueuta will b repreaettted, ah of the old features a tourney will tie eiitmnateil anil spe cial attractions and amusements h,r been arranued. A nnrox una t el v li.uao will be spent in fun-makltiK. Among the aventt will be oontt in atltomobiles, which of late, ha taken the place in BMMH dOJ arlnienl oi the ..id hoaedrawn apparatus. HIGH OFFICER COMING. Wrothy Grand Matron of Eastern Stir In Hsncock Tonight. afrn fcfellna afaaaon of iesiie, kftch grand worthy matron of the order of Daatera si n-, will come to Hancoi tins tventng to attend a special meet inn of the Hancock chapter. Mis. Max- son is aaaMng a teur of laaueutli among the chapters .if this district She recently attended a session id tin Rockland Order of Bnstern star and today was in LalM l.inuen. CONGREGATIONAL NINE WINS. The Concresational Bundai school nine of Hancocl; defeated the S. I'. I club al the Hancock dflvMg park Sat i urdaj by the score of m t . By vir ii f its rtcton i he Congregational team Is lied for second place and ha in , (Cellenl chance for the champion ship. : ! hi ANCCCK BREVITIES. Wold has been received from Ml', and Mis lai.l i Shinsl , f.amei l, of Hancocl;, but how raoMIng In St. Paul, of pho death of thetr three gear obi daughter, Dorothy. Miss Murray of SI. Iuiis is a uuest at the Jgeejnea home on ltailroad avenue Mis. John Carney has returned from a visit with relatives In Saull Sic Marie. .Mis I V Anderson and hlldren of ChfCngU are gBeatl at the home of Mr. and Mrs M . . ( loldsw M t b . Mis indaraon'i parents. Miss Anna Sheehan has returned from BntM where she had I H lOOat ed for two years. I'red and Henry Cupp Of RadrMgO were In Hancock yesterday on their wny home from DatraM where thev Rpenl a month. Mrs. William Meet night "f Unffalo Is visiting In Hancock. Phillip Martell has 'turned from Huron River. The Misses Viola and Lillian Belike have returned to Appleton. They had ADDITIONAL HOUGHTON STATE'S ATTORNEY CONFIRMS SUPREME COURT OECISION COUNTY CLERK KAISER GETS OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION ON SECOND DISTRICT. a raqaaat for deAalta information us to I he reeetlt rulllIU id the state su preme court, relative to the reappor tionment of legislative districts Sat urda m suited In the receipt by t'oiin t Okarh Kaiser of the follow Wg tele Ktain fiom Assistant Attorney (iemral Doughertji i "The representative districts of Houghton count should remain as they were i.r-anlaed b the board of .supervisors under the net if lege. The board has no authority to teap portlon the COUntg under the invalid .n t of ftti." This announcement settles an Inter- aattag political subject that has been bafOta the people of the copper country and It Substantiates a ntorv niiblished in The News. Under the Public acts of 1911 the COagty board of supervisors Includes HanCOCk in the second dis trict, with a view to eausdlsiM the te "I the sec n, and third district. The supreme cull s decision nnllltl.. this action ami Ifanroek agala is a pari of the third Another result of the decision is the nullifying of the nomination petitions f two Hancock candidates tor the ksg islature. As the) Were candidates from ibe second district, their peti tions carried the names of voters from HanCOeh Ctty, While the decision Vir tually declares Hancock's iriitHH nr.. Identa of the third district. gJe 'It I I In : 1 1 . . I I Inlerv al rem. 1 n I ne u'i tha decision was handed down, neither candidate had sufficient time to prepare new petitions. Lsst Petitions Filed. Eleventh hour nomination neiltlonsl of the follow IU candidates were e - reived ahertly before four a'cloek s n urdai afternoon: Phil. i). haridan, Progreaalve) her. iff; Jacob I ntl. Progroeaive, treasur er; John i. Ken, Progreaalve, proa cut lug attorney; John Hooking, rep resentative second district, Kepuhll can; Vivian I . -eale, Pro?ressis ... rag ister of deeds. HAD HARROWING EXPERIENCE. Clergymen't Launch Journey Nearly Comes To Grief. Adrift for more than i vi ,ve hours on Whltetlsh bay lu a small auxiliary yacht, with the motor giaahled becauao of a broken (lankshaf, the sails use less because of their tattered twmfittott, ana a tamer almost levoid of food, was the experience of Itcv. Hi, is 'in ' .nid Kdward l.etni.n. of Mar- quette, Rev, j. E, Curaoa of Houghton, and gov, Harold Johns, of Inm M i- tain. Kev. unit and Mr. Lemon returned to Marquette fMdaj from the s They had COOM to HoUghtOfl earlv the week to join Kev s. Cureon and Johns, on a motor boat trip to Muni sing. When Whltetlsh bay Waa reached Ifoadaj the motet balked and later the crnnhahafi broke, aaaaahlng the has.- of the motor. I'or twelve hours, from :t o'i lock Tuesday afternoon until 3 o'clock Wednesday moriiihe,, the pert! drifted or, the bay. It was finally picked up by the tug nixie, of Bay Mills, and lowed to Saull Bte, Main, arriving there at I o'clock Thursday morning, Rev. Curaon and Rev. Hurt will con tinue the trip after the necessary re pairs have been made to the boat's mn binary at tha Boo, Tha party ex pected to leave .ic.iin t li i BlOTalng, DEN TON RESIDENCE GUTTED. Lightning Bolt Causes Damage to Home of Copper Range Manager. Tin- residence of General Manager c. ay, Denton of the Copper Range Consolidated Mining (cinpanv. at Pnlnesilnlc. wits struck by lightning during last night's electrical storm and ittslderahle damage resulted. The bolt Ignited ibe roof ami the flames soread a the Barret in which a quantity of lOthlhg was stored. The I'aines.lale nre department waa summoned, but before the firemen arrived, coiisi.ler- tbta damage was done. The bhua waa ao clearly reflected in the skv thai local residents believe, I -i conflagration was ragfa near Hough - on and an alarm was turned In. After making a run to the west limits f th village, the tiremen leturned. RAIN BREAKS UP MEETING. Leminga Anti - Socialist Club to Be Organized Later. That an Anti-Socialist club will be rmed at the little village of l.etnin ga is now assured and though the spe ll meeting called for this purpoee last evening was adjourned, owlnir to the heavy Htorm, arrangements ate well under way for another meetlns Many Hancock and Houghton ilH- ales attended the session last night and report that Interest in an or ganfaatlon of this kind is kepn. AUTO TRIP TO NEGAUNEE. .l inns V Caul, who made the trip from Houghton to Xegaunee by auto mobile, reports that the road is rood Some places, but tlat there are m.niv spots that badlv need attention Mr Caul Is visiting nt the home of M Qulnn and he was accompanied b.v Miss Margaret Caul. Carlos lan and ba Rice Mrs. Caul, who has been been guests of their brother. Manager Reilke of the Scott for three Weeks. Karl Qallbeeult who has been locat ed In Alberta for some time. Is gpsgd lug bis vacation with relatives and i lends in Hancock. M. T. Kimtlrk of Haraga visited In Hancock yesterdey. i rlelttag at jjackinai Iriaag. win ur rive bare uada) ami eviu return with her husband and party In the .iiitomo bile. Neguunee department, Mining j . urnul. BASEBALL TODAY'S GAMES. American. Waahiagtoa at st. L,,uis. Philadelphia al Detroit New Vol'1 at t htOBvgO. Beaton at Clavataad, Nationals. rttlahafgh at New fork. Cincinnati ut iuooi.i.. n. !hi ago at Beaton, st. Louli at Philadelphia, SUNDAY'S GAMES. MiTieican League. Dngrolt, Mich., July jt - Detrtgt'l errors and the heavy hitting 'd Phtl adelphla allowed ibe champions to win their eleventh Straight UBIS The contest was gecldeu In the tenth in Ulng, Detroit tying the score m the eighth and ninth hv tinielv bitting. u u K Philadelphia . 0 1 3 1 0 " I a 1 2 11 .' Detroit I) 2 (I o ii Mil o-1 7 4 other American length- games Sun day resulted as follows: Cleveland 1; ltoston . St. Louis o; Washington Second game: st. ituis 4; naahlngton 1. Chicago 0; New V game; Chicago 7; Xi rk 1. w Vol Se 3. ud Federal League. Indianapolis f; Kansas City ), American I ,. Kansas City 1: Louisville, , Becond game: Kansas City, ; luiisv ille, .'. Minneapolis S; Columbus fi. Second game st. Minneapolis, 8; Columbua, IS. Paul, 4- CI sen eland, ;t. Beooud St. Paul 4; Cleveland i IHrat twelve Innlnga; second?, ati in- game gaaaa alaga. Milwaukee fi; Indianapolis. ".. Sec ond mute: Milwaukee 4; Indianapolis 4. Becond game called by agreement. Continued on 7th Pane. 2nd Column Government ownership of tele phones in Bngtand has reduced lie w ag s of emplo) es. D. MART' A E STAT 3 MAKERS CF SANITARY BREAD Dealers in Domestic and Im ported Groceries, Tobac cos, Cigars and Candy. We give S & H. Green Trading Stamps. Johnson Hardware 413 Pine St., Calumet. GENERAL HARDWARE AND SUPPLIES. HAYING TOOLS EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE. First Class Shoe Repairing CRIPPLES AND SPECIAL SHOES MADE TO OF3ER TRY MY WORK. JOS. S. RAAD SHOEMAKER Bee Hive Shob Store. Dr. J. M. O'Neil Veterinary Surgeon Offic -Opposite First Bsnk. National Residence Phone 1S3 M. CALUMET -Office 8: Plumbing Heat ing and Sheet Metal Work Lewis 0. Smith C5 First St. Phone 178 "Firms You Jught to Know" Designed to Place Before the Public the Merchandise, Craitmanship. and Special Service Offered by the Exclusive Shops and Specialty Stores Not Usually Advertised. FIRE ACCIDENT, LIABILITY, PLATE GLASS, STEAM BOILERS, BURG LARY, AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE STANNARD INSURANCE AGEMCY J. P. Leaf .and W. L. Rtannarl, aajeate, Oanaaaat state Hank BMe Calumet, aflca, 'Phone 298. M. ABRAHAMS STEAL AND FRENCH DRY CLEANING, DYING. PRESSING AND RE PAIRING. Merchant Tailoring. Ladies' Gar ments Remodeled. All Work Guaranteed, rioodn called for and delivered. Ill 1-2 &lh St. Calumet, Mich. Phone No. C:t7-J. 814 Cjuincy Htre t, Hancock. Mich. Phone South 240-W. Joseph J. Wilmers PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING All rVork Guaranteed. sicp rancetl Baaae Reeta St. Iiiirium Phono L'-hi-M. If you are going to build a home or alter any part of your home see MltFORD Everything m Contracting. Plans and estimates furniched. Phone 1. Chynowcth Ins. Building. EVERYONE IS PLFASED Including ourselves, because we are plea .sad if our patrons profit by our wot !i and receive, genuine satisfac tion. Wu ( lean and Btnea a mat of asen'a filntatnaji or a taatira nailee made drexH, in a manner that makes it Just like new, ut a liberal price Michigan Dye Works Phone 115 J. 5th St., Quello Block. PI ytrraa cigar and tr r- in. A D CTTC HOLDERS. Pipes repaired while you wait CI0MEI A. DIANDA. 7th and Oak Sts. Phone 612-M. FOR SALE FORTY ACRE FARM. Baraga County, Michigan. $700.00. Half down, balance two years. ELEVEN ROOM HOUSE, all mod ern. $600.00 down, balance small monthly payments. R0EDEL BROS. Real Estate. Fire Insurance. Farm Lands. Laurium, Mich. Phone 577-W. MINNESOTA HORSES Drivers, Drsft and Genersl Purpose Por sale and ex change. I..u.:e stock alvvavs band. James McClure North 7th St. Phone 29. ALWAYS BARGAINS On First Quslity Meats and Groceries GRICHAR'S MARKET AND 6R0CERY Osk St. PIANO Tuning and 10 copies of De Luxe 4 music Owl WORK GUARANTEED. Md ognn & I'earct- Musk C. Phone 234. Calumet. SPECIAL SALE -ON- Summer Suitings AT J. B. RASTELLO THE TAILOR. Carpenter's MILWAUKEE RYE AND COTTAGE Bread For saie at Jos. Swykert Cor. 1st and Osceola St. Launum. Phone 436. McRandle BOOK AND ART SHOP. 103 5th St. GLEBEAS FLOWERS. Nw from Bohemia. CROCHET AND CROSS STITCH BOOKS. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. RELIABLE PIANOS at lowest s reason why we under sell all I : will pay you to investi gate. HFRMulllm lofl Filth St. INVESTIGATION will prove the superiority of the Calumet Mining Boot as to style, fit and quality over all other makes. Look for the word "Calumet" on each counter. Accept no substitutes. For sale by all deal ers. Made in Cloverland by the 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-H:. HARD SOFT hivjMtST EFFICIENCY PORTAGF COAL di DOCK CO. Calumet Hsncock Phones: 142 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson DRAYING Furniture, Piano snd Sale moving. Phone 320-L. 335 Osceola St. LaMrium, Mich. vRrX t s T.BsrdLJ mrM af av nan Wttm aastel Billiards & Pool The best ot tables and equipment TOBACCO, CANDIES AND CIGARS With every 25c or 5Cc pipe you buy we give you a pouch of tobacco free. Cubs Billiard Room FRESH CUT FLOWERS EVERY DAY. MM FERNS JUST RECEIVED. 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 Keisu, Prop. Wholesale and Retail. Cor. Plna und th Bam PkMN ttk 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. 40? Osk Street. Phone 605-R. HORSES Carload Now Horses for Sale M'DONALD A SAXBY Stable, Lake Linden Av. Phone 609 Eastman Premo Camaras (Ir ""Supplies. Montin's Pharmacy KELLY & LANCE EXPERT PLUMBERS AND FITTERS 3rd Street Lsurium Rush work a specialty. Let us figure on yju.- next job. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Phone 417- M. s aaSSSHSSDSK V tt . . at) " f m