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THE CALMWBT NEWS
FOREIGN WHOLESALE LIQUOR
DEALERS MUST PAY LICENSE
LAW WILL BE RIGIDLY ENFORC
ED IN HOUGHTON COUNTY
FROM NOW ON.
The foreign i i i " danism Keens
i.i ; to ii rigMU) cut. ned li Bough
tea pamtjr. Blur III Cragg h;,s r'-i
Imm Auditor Cciicral I'uller u MM Ol
UM vs liolcaalc turner liuUHfH. ill' IikIiuk
brewing companies, looted outaeds the
Mate ..f Mil Itivan Him have paid 1 tit-
state llceggg i" As tiiiliM'HH In the
tat. 'I'll" shsril si instructed to ar
ri i ' tin- i.insiitali-H f all other
iii.ii concerns who BHkj bs attempting
i, ,11 toads in Hntigltan eaiaatl
Tii.- list rocatvssl sj tin- sheriff nana
bera thirty-sis. He has boon m.ikuiK an
laveatigatioa aiming Ifougfetu oasnsti
retailcm for sever.il week ami hun a
list of .sixty-three brtfa tlttns 'hut
UtV l'en illllK llU"f 111 the eoUMlv.
Tin- IrM appeariliK nil thlfl list and
QOl nil the one re., iiv.il trmu theaudi
tor uetleial will proas CUtSg tliroUith
their ispran intattve r thai partial in
th.ir evasion of the law.
The foreign ll.iuor dealers HOSgjgg
law has not viously heeii enforced
in liililun, at least not riltor- uislv.
be aUfX of a UM that an.se in Hough
ton . niiit at t!ij lime, r short! after,
t)M Win ner-t't.imiti'ii law MM into
t. Tins w.is UM CAM Of Tl ton
S a. ns. .ii of Superior, Wis., represent -lag
IB BorgsnthnJ COgapOlt) of M i ' -SaUgSS,
IHiior th ah is. IfWIDft hac k
ed by the Wisconsin Wholes. lie Li'ltior
dealers' assm iatlon, fought the ease
thniiiirh the state courts arid tu the
United States lupwi court and lost.
The hiKhest court ill the. country up
held the law arid now the auditor gen
eral is determined to mile, i li ense
fees l'rum all Foreign lniuor tlims.
COUNTY CONVENTION HERE.
Republican Gathering to Have 137
Delegates Date Not Yet Set.
The HntiKhton county Itet uhlicar.
committee BMt yeaterda y afternoon for
tne piucpQM of making the apportion
nient of the deh.ua lets .it the :all coun
ty convention ;tnd Bring it with the
County clerk. ,The apportionment was
DOSSd on 4,:n VOtSS i-ast for the r
; in candidate for secretary ol
tare in lilt.
The committer- de ided to hold the
county convention i n Houghton, at a
t:me to be named by the state , cntrtil
committee. The apportionment of dele
gates will be as follows:
.v! irns- l ir-t . ',; se.-..nd. 3: third. 2:
fourth. 3: fifth, 2.
'alumet Unit, 4; MOMUtg 3; third.
2: fourth. 7U fifth. 3: nixth. .; seventh
. . fe'hth, ninin. t tenth, fr eh . -"
f h. 3: thirteenth, 1.
haaseli One delegate.
Iiur. an Klrst, 1: MOOnd. 1.
J.:m ILver Two OeieKates.
Franklin First I'; second, 2; third,
1: fourth. 1.
Haffeocfc township 'me delegate.
Ran coek city First ward. 4. geon 1
PUD - First, f.;
I; fourth, L
ejir.. y Two ,
booh mil 4rirt
si'nr.Toi; First, 1;
1: fourth. 1.
Tor-h Liik Ftm
third, 1 : fourth. 1.
T it ,1 dotocuti s - U
BASEBALL IN ITS GLORY.
Men of Isle Royale Will Meet
. kM - of 1 ie
rttual to de tide
I i M'.ri. Th-
the fovon of
The hm " i
Of ball they
. rated there
f many that
t n . save not
Mrs. Edward ftontpf left v.-te,
for a t isit to Detroit and "hi aCO.
Residents of Calu-net Cannot Doubt
WH.Tt Has Been Twice Proved.
In ajratttWN for conplote rotloffron
KOMI and j.alns of bmi backs--from
distressing kidney Ilia thousands
have publicly icuuuiannood Doanl
Kidrxy Hills. Rm itmtl of tins vi. ln
lty wli i ho taOTffted y-.irs ago, now s" .
the results were permanent. This tes
tlrnonv touhty proVOl 'he worth of
I-oin'M Kldnev Tills to CttWtMH kld
:iey suffer' rs
Vletor LindYalt, 1 1 1 1 u parlor st .
Il.inco.k, Mich., stivs: "My kldrievs
iron Ttafll : i ri I I tutti red from lim it
fa aoi 1 used DOMl'l lidtn-y Pills an t
I'., f tOOfl hi red me. I hnxe hMd ti"
troiihl., ine. f willingly UMlfft M th
atatomewl f fara aoforo regardin'
Iio.in v Kidnev pills."
Price .".rtc, if all dealers fKin'f slm
ply nst for I kidn y remedy get
poHti's Kidney Pills the mime that
Mr. Mutiufl had. Poater-MlltMirn
C. . Pr...s . Puff Ho. N. Y.
Itemember the name I loin's -ant
tnko no other. .Advertisement)
COMMITTEE APPOINTED' FOR
HOLDING COMPANY CAMPAIGN
ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF PUB
LIC SPIRITED CITIZENS
HELD LAST NIGHT.
Hough ton citizens held an enthuNiits
tk meetm:; hist night 111 the illane
hall t nsi.lir the holding comiati
Pflip I mil Ion, the coiieern Which ia to
I. .o k new coppor COUMtT) industries.
. ooiunittec was pp4HedJ ooapffst
i u oi Kd. Haas. K. L. i hainpioii.
Jamea T Hoary, '. W. Miininurdi. A
M. Mi ll. II. ill!. I. Abel . h. U.es J. Mil-
K i and i. L. Price to tuke the llrst
topi iii campaign
orlptlotu for stoefe ii
to secure bub
'The COnMBlttOC Will meet Monda
aftorflooa at -i o'otook at the Dotwlaai
ii mm i" dttlide HouKhioii into diO
1 1-1 t . aac distlicts Up be alloted 10
two aii vassera, who will bo thoh.-i.
from anioiiK Roughtop cltlaahK The
buafneaa "i then- eaavvHUon will he to
secure as main Btoeh subsi i iptions as
.i is tl Lie.
ThC meeting was presided over by
K. J. Hill as . h.iirinan. It w.is .ul
! s.-d b) K'- William Keid ClU,
W. X, I'ten nod J. 'I. Hrown, the latter
f I'l.tllinn. (X, the oraanixer of the
"W- must irsl work up MM en
thusiasm anion every eitusen of the
district,' said ROV, t'ross, "1 have
ffroai oonfldoacc la the proposition m
1 liave coiitldeme in the meinliers and
offlcers of the 'ummetvial dub, We
hae in tlie copper district the beat
country in the world, but we must
pm Ids occupation l"r the human
prod ict of this ilillh I The rlass of
people iu-re are the very best and they
ar,- progressive. Hut we eaniiot keep
tt.es. jieople here unless s,,nie ocCllpU-
ttoa a provided for them. I am Inter
ested in keeping the .iris and boys of
the district at bOBSS :Uld the best way
tu do Is to build up the industries and
bring new ones in here. 1 am greatly
la favor of the formation of a holding'
' niapsny and sriU de all in m power
to assist. "
Mr. I pan. said that he alwaya COSY
si ji red that the copper country is tin
balanced, industrially, with oiil two
prodUTtS) i upper and childten. He
urged Ills hearers to do mimi thing to
provldo worh for present and future
Henry I'.aer f Hancock also dec la r
sd thai what is tie, ded here is new
Industrie. "We have the desirable
country, but not the capital to further
neu industries, ' said Mr. Baer. "The
formation f a tiolding company will
'permit us to brinn new industries here
and 1 am in favor of the proposition
STATE INSPECTOR HERE.
Miss Anna M. Coleman on Initial Trip
Kiss Anna M, 'oleman. state in
pe tor of tiaining schools for nurses,
is in the .upper country on her initial
Insjjci tion of local hospitals. The Cat
" Kocls bosplpal at 'alumet, the
J j -er RangS at Trimountaln. theCal
imel Public si l.uurium asd the Lake
i r dssMsal basyjitsj at taaha lata
den will be the institutions visited ly
Mi-.-; CnlsWtan, St. Joseph's bOOPttoJ
it Hatii.uk does not conduct a train
. i-artment and therefore does not
tni itider the inspection.
Although this Is the first official in
- ' if the boapRpji of tho eopjpar
fOUntTJ the;. w-re isited semi-oUieial-1
last . ir b Mis Ralph C, AtHod of
tlraad Rapid, wire ()f Major Aptod,
rgeon of the ftflehigaa Nation
al Guard With Mrs. Ated on the
' ' ltd ta Mis. fflilllislll Tracy of
Detroit, Mrs. M. S. Koy ,,f Mutth-
Dr Arthur s Idmors, of Thrss
i :'! Dr .John nurkhart. sec
retary the state board of health, ex-
tii. :. member.
Ml . L'olenuui taatai Utal from the
. , rts of ti e hospitals ,,f this dis
triel that have ome to her urintfli-i.il-
'': shs bolievea these Institutions arc
in the best condition and is hopeful
her ti ur will And 'he same results.
LEAVES TO ATTEND FUNERAL.
E. A. H.-.mar and Other Friends
Shocked by Dc.-ith of Bowermg.
B. A. II ma. of fhassell, aSSaagOT of
tlx c ii. w r. Btor Lttmbst I '. .. lefl
v I ' 1 afternoon for Chicago to at-
U ml the furetai of the ln:c W. P IJow-
cring, sec re tar; and tie; ires oi the
H Worcester eontpany, who waa
I lied in an autoasoblls ti Idsat in that
It) SSUfl pal da) s ago. fhs late Mr.
f oorln - and fasall) trial tod fre.mentiy
SI the bom, ,.f Mr. Hamai in haasell
i d .a this way they I iiiiii very In
timate friends. The news .f Mr. Itow
I death wa;: received as it (treat
I I bj bhl Mends in this district
who regret ins paggsnff Ttie ehauf-
t'eiir and four others als , were killed
in the . ' Ideal whieh breught Mr
Row ringa life to an enJ
TWO WILL BE DEPORTED.
Man and Woman in County Jail Held
to he Undesirable.
The I i, id, States immigruUon ili-
spectof iii the Pee baa Intsspjad Msjs
Iff Crnas thai Km aspartnsgat had
"" ':'--"" of Am,,, riajas taunt
und Oieusspps Dtbells of Qniney, sptga
tl the . olinty Hil. They are held
to be und-Mirabie SttSSJfl and will be de
ported beisMoa Auausi id-and Aug. an
Ai.iim Halliatoum tins I n a resident
of the l iiited Siatev ast IhHn a vesr.
She ansa arrested on a r barge of im
moral .omIu i .ir , her hi..,, reported
to the depart rnetn
Oinsepps Dshsflii aJae in rtupj i.piin
cy. At i tie time of hi. -si on a
ehorge ,,f spbsmI Inresn) bs rtsd gsjal
In the I niied Mtate onh months.
and he also Was rep., i led.
TO LEARN NEW METHOD.
Dr. StoeJ Will Take Course In Pres
sure Anethesia In East.
Ir. H. M. Ktoel will leave tOSBaSfTOW
for Philadelphia to attend during the
week of AukusI .'I the annual cOttVOO
tlon of the American Osteopathic iis
soilatlon. I-Yorn Philadelphia he will
Kn to Hartfoid, i'oihi., to take a ape
cial eilaic under Ur. William H Pita
gerald, head of the eye, ear. nose at.d
throat department of St. Francis hos
pital in that Stty, on pressure anethe
sia. Pressure anethesia Is one of t lie most
recent discoveries In the atSdftoal world
and ir. PRflfpujgdd r i he ghsoeworaf
In tin- simplest ternn it ma bS dc-
SClibed US a process , f securing arns-
thesia Py pressure on certain Borth ns
of the bpd) In a tpei Iftc install, e.
Dr. Fitzgerald has isolated ,. are .s
In the mouth, nose, throat and on the
tongue, pressure on which with a blunt
instrument will produce nnetlosla at
definite portions of the body.
The ghS o . .1 y has be, n a-
more part! ularly b demists i rd - -upaihs,
the former hn wine demonstrat
".isjr l V PJaT-JET--aBT,"
"An empty taxicab was coming along leisurely. He hailed it, shouted
his directions, and was soon speeding at the heels of the limousine. He
drew up alongside, gradually, fearlessly opened the door and jumped to
the running board of the limousine. All this while Florence had fought
like a tiger cat."
This is only part of Episode No. 6 of Harold MacGrath's remarkable
story, "The Million Dollar Mystery," now appearing serially in the
SUNDAY MINING GAZETTE
By Harold MacGrath
Thanhouser't Million Dollar Motion Picture Production
Thrills, 77iri75, THRILLS! There
seems to be no end of dramatic climaxes in
Harold MacGrath's great novel, "The Million Dollar Mystery." Kpisode No. 6 is full
of extraordinary excitement. An auto chase in which the daring movie actor, James
Cruze, risks Ms hy jumping from one automobile to another while they ere speeding ut
M miles an hou one of the thrills vividly reproduced by the Thunhouaer Film Corporation.
Go see these remarkable motion pictures. Read the story in the Sunday Min
Remember $10,000 in cash will be paid for the best 100-word solution of this
See the pictures at any ot the following theaters:
Cory Theater, Iron River, Mich j Mondays.
Majestic Theater, Bessemer, Mich Mondays.
Pastime and Rex The.itoie, Onton.icjon Mich., (each alternating week) Mondays.
Star Theater, Houghton, Mich Mondays.
lahpcming Theater, Ishpemmg, Mich Mondays and Tuesdays.
Empress Theater, Ironwood, Mich Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Bijou Theater, Ironwood, Mich Wednesdays.
Star Theater, Negaunee. Mich. Wednosdays and Thursdays.
People's Theater, Laurium, Mich Wednesdays and Fridays.
Crown Theater, Calumet. Mich Thursdays.
Royal Theater, Calumet, Mich Thursdays.
Opera House, Marquette, Mich Fridays and Saturdays.
Uno Theater, Crystal Falls, Mich Saturdays.
saw ar m m a-m w by n
ed that the agtmctlon oi teeth pain
less i poeelbl,. thno, h stmide plea
sure on certain areas, tven with the
tlnnora. in lieu of tho oru.naiv a nest he -Ilea.
Tiii new anesthesia has been demon -minted
to 1 b. neti. ..ii paiteiilarly in
the treatment of hay paver and fl Itn
and lr. St. el is goiu to lake his . ttttic
with espetiul reference to these dla-
PASSENGER LIST SMALL.
The An nor Line steamer Juniata
arrived la Houghton thia morning from
Dneath, an rowaa ss RusTahi rntasi
ThOsnpaoa reported that ma number i f
posoengora carried on that trip ami
sntcaosUngly maaii. nmbsbij owing t
the poor we.;tl .-r i.i' lli ikisI Wo days.
A cat go of copier ingots was shipped
to i 'li '. clani!.
William : "arseillahic. formerly en
KiiKcd in th. aar ei bt.sj. in the
Hsnghtea National baa iMihHng, died
yeoterdny at Canpnndl of loberulosda
He l:ies a wife and fagstty. The in
terment will naade at Iah Lindea
Starling Story in the
r m rx a k m mj- -
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! HOUGHTON BREVITIES.
vi ,s- it v r.iowat t Vshland. Wis .
is visiting tier aunt, Mrs. Juhn l
Hps, I.eIto l. . ;,.i.uw..i :t v and
children of Walnwi ight. Alberta, ar
visiting at the home of Mrs. tlolds
w.nthy s parents. Mr. and Mrs t). H
Mrs H M Sto, I leaves Sunday to
visit Mrs. J. (1. Loavitt at Saint's Kest.
i'h.irlea Kemppalnen and Kl Wuu- !
in of ontonjagana alleged ty Chahf f
Police nets, h to have been caught
red iian. Ud bj Chfaf af Patios tfoadacb
while stealing ChiChsm from the
chicken coop of Chief af PottOS
Vootaob arty Wsshaspday asosstlng,
osm boansd ovor to the ctrcuil court
bi .lustn Little, The) nsrs rssgpaoVI
id to the county Jail in default of
A party of about liftcni members of
the Portage Like Oolf duh lefl thin
morning In Alien i- Roes yacht, Roa
lo for Port William, inn., to pattern
thg visit made three We ',-.s lito by HlS
members of the Thunder Pay C.ll'
r a j uasgg
To the Citizens
of Calumet &
Al citizens of Calumet, we appeal to you, our fe:
low citizens, lor your cj-operation and support in i
campaign which we arc confident will result bench
cially lor everyone wiio is interested in the future oi
The Copper Country Commercial club ali a
year's endeavor has succeeded in iiiterer-.tii: in fchii
territory several iiidustries which the club has reason
to believe will add to the prosperity of Copperdom.
These enterprises require that a certain amount of
stock or bonds be sold to the citizens of the commun
ity, as an evidence of good faith. Other industries
which may be located in the future will no doubt makd
similar requirements. The Copper Country Commer
cial club is without funds to meet these conditions. If
they are to be met, it will be through the support of
There has been explained through the daily press
during the past few days the holding company project
which the Copper Country Commercial club has con
ceived as a means of meeting the situation. We desire
to impress upon you that this project is not designed
as an appeal to your selfishness. The Copper Country
Commercial club does not guarantee or promise large
dividends. Stockholders may receive no dividend;
whatever, or they may derive large returns from their
investment. But the main thing is that the funds sub
scribed will be utilized in bringing to Copperdom new
industries which will furnish employment for our
people; industries which will enable us to keep our
boys and girls at home and find for them profitable
employment; industries which will relieve the present
burden upon the head of the household, and which will
serve to enhance the prosperity of the community
It is this factor, we feel, that should appeal to
every citizen of Calumet and vicinity. This is not a
case for the capitalist, the banker, the businessman,
the professional man or the merchant alone to con
aider. If you are working lor wages there is all the
more reason why you should give this movement your
support. If you have boys and girls nearing man
hood and womanhood you have the right and should
consider anv investment which you may make in the
stock of this holding company as a legacy to them It
is this broader aspect of the movement which we, as
fellow citizens, desire to impress upon you.
We people of Calumet have sent hundreds of
thousands of dollars out of this territory to be in
vested in mining schemes. Occasionally we have prof
ited from such investments, but the benefits have been
limited to a very few individuals. The money thus
spent and earned has not been a source of profit to the
community as a whole. Every dollar which wo put
into this holding company project will be invested in
local industries; the money will be kept here at home;
it will be paid out to contractors and to dealers in
building supplies for construction work; it will be
distributed in wages to our own citizens; everyone of
us, directly or indirectly, will receive a share of this
money, or a portion of the benefits to be derived
We need more industries; we need a greater di
versity of industries; we need industries which will
appeal to our growing boys and girls; we need indus
tries which will divide the burden of providing em
ployment for our people.
We cannot expect these industries to come to us
unsought and unaided. We cannot remain inactive
and expand industrially as we should and must if we
are to continue to enjoy the prosperity of the past
quarter of a century.
And you. Mr. Fellow Citizen, cannot wait for your
neighbor to act. Do your part when called upon; show
your willingness to make a imall, temporary sacrifice
if necessary. Let all of us enter into this campaign
with a proper spirit
We appeal to you as citizens of Calumet and vicin
ity whose homes are here; whose interests are here;
whose families are here; whose friends are here, and
we do it with the future of our community at heart.
Within the next few days solicitors will endeavor
to make a personal call upon every man in Calumot,
Laurium, Mohawk and vicinity. If by any chance you
should be missed, you will find subscription blanks at
our bank or your store.
W. J. GALBRAITH, Chairman.
JAMES T. FISHER.
F. S. CARLTON.
EDWARD F. CUDDIHY.
W. H. FAUCETT
E. S. GRIERSON.