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FRIDAY, JULY 11, 114.
THE CALUMET NEWS
TO BEGIN CAMPAIGN IN
IRON COUNTRY NEXT WEEK
ANTI-SOCIALIST LEAGUE SOON
TO EXTEND EFFORT IN
TH. .ani;iiKH "1 thf Antl-WoilaliHt
lc:i:u' tU wmdkMti the d..trli I tie-
,, from tlx- "I'P'T aiaraaejla, win be.
, early MJtl '''H araaai tgka Hlrvo-
I...... I.Mnlull I... lnr.T will
n. u. l prcm.iM ...
HanrMfe for llM Iron district Mr.
Hliveocn virtnully i m OfBMrtpw MM
hli ..i.jrrt will be t.. form eagl-efaclatlel
,1,..,. in (.'iv town nnd rity eeHtl ..l
Mi- HlrVOMM ISC Witty lOlUf Btd from
I iiil.iinl whore ho wap nctlvcly eggag
,,1 In the tlKht now Iwtna; waged in
lh,.u eouKtry asjalggl Hsj leelaNaU
with fmtMrlng W suits. Ipcaa of !ii !
activity in hls W"U :,;'r"sf, I'ori.l,
the lenjrue i untimicd that in Mi
Hlrvonen, lbs rH:ht man huH gees :
curtfl. lUqgeatti ,:V len m1"10 thal
ue nrrrtnrco n mans meeting in
(h( Mpper -i.uniry with Mr. 1 1 n v..n.:i
.,..',!. ,riu ip.il fpouk-r. hut the ex
ecutive romniittro thlnkB it best thai
,1k- eampahrs N opmed in MBjggaartta
With leP and bOUwJi the I. inn
hag frown at an iisMmilMlilim rate "i
nrnn&n until )oe to 1,001 aaasaa ar
nov the roster anil 200 application
t,,i in iiU" rchlp hioi e the MUM'
loJMJ board ror .onsidciaii.Mi. This
situation tuniishofl a atriklng contrast
, BdltioM a yt'ur ago when a word
niulnei BodaMwi well alga MUl a
-Che l.-.iuue has iii'cn puyiiiK c.maid
itt.ntion to new arrivals from
I-,,,!,,,,,! and has MM wuceessful in
MvtBft- majority ot the aOfaagers Join
before falllMj under the inlluenee Of
;., . s.i mining board has diseoveieJ
o.ui luitlier attempts to disrupt the
DSVC been made l.y Soei.ili.sls
v.l in lied for admission with UM
tBtMttion of enMMJ Internal dissen
aloa fcTOOttf the inemh. rs. When th"
. .re ANN organized thin was a
litOStlon that had to be met and al
r,..iib 'he "reds" MWt to be act -opted
U in, r. hers, they did not become Ms
SUNDAY SCHOOL BASEBALL.
Pamesclale Vs. Congregational and Y.
M. P. C. Meets S. P. I.
Enthusiasm is imreasinn in the
Sunday ajcfcool BMpMEM leeejusj
fani Bt this dbtrict have been vvaUh
tn thi prOttfftM made b the WloUJ
team during the pa.t week with lJ"
i. re.' t. 'I he four te in.s are v ers MOM
.Hid oh has an e.v e-lleiu cNMIM to
win the ehampinshi. Thi V. M. 1'. C,
tcan of Qalacy still 'iohN ktw hMd
wit!, a perfect pereentaKe but should
it lo.se tine game it van be easllv ,,ei
tatu a. The c lass ,.f ball lut up bjf th.
Sunday school nines has been excel-
lent and tan crowds uttend the ooai-
tcata e ery Saturday.
ToMorroW'a ajapoa hold special in
tereM aa the outcome ma Ml dtMa
troita for the leaders and place th. tail
enden al the top at the column. The
i'ainMdale nine will Joiirnes to Han
'I. i,, morrow aftafhOMI to meet the
CunsreffatlOMkl team and the S. I. L
club Will meet the Y. M. 1. C. nine of
Quim j at guincy.
OBSERVE SILVER ANNIVERSARY.
Mr. and Mrs. I'eter Charrier of
Woat llain-ock. tiitertained a number
of frlenda at thatr home Wadneada)
evonblf when they elebrated their
The cotlpla received many pretty
-'.ills, antUBU the pre.-elils bolMj a sil-
v i r tohoa from the aaaadoyM of the
Para UrawaM opMMiur, Mr. Chatrhir
l 'in- bOokhoapOT lac the company.
I'lie quests were served an elaborate
illnaar. Tha bouM was baatutifuiU
decorated with carnations and white
Amoiu; the out-of-town quests pri-s-aai
w. re lr. and Mrs. Cliariier, la w s
ton, Idaho; Itev. l'r. Vian of CalWMt
in idicw of the couple, and lr. and M. -
P. C, t hurner of 'ulnmet.
READY FOR OUTING.
Maajibara of IroatM BnraMhfMinti
No, :!:'. I. it. i. ., are ready faff their
nnu tl MtfMJ hieh will be held to-
norrM at Kictri. park. BaboraM
ITefNtrathMM have been made for the
eveai and a iih asant entei talnnient is
WALDO TO BE SOLD.
1 1 i Mtaat I 1 ' W a Idas towad M
by the vvreekinK tUK Kavorlte. Is now
l! ft tad it Huron, where her .arm. Is
betajg itniHved. Afttr she has been re
Ht ,,t tha merchandise, the boat
Will bt towed to L.iraln, Ohio, and sold
ho hlnhewi Mddtl
Don't Hide Them With a Veil, Remove
Them With The Othine Prescription.
Thla araacriptloaj for the removal ..f
wai w i -it ten i.y n prowlnent
Phyatctaa and is usually so successful
In reinoviiiK freckles and KlvinK a
Plear, beautiful ...midexion that It ,s
"1 by druKKistM under Ruarantae t
refund the money If It fails.
DotVt hide your ffChlaj under
Ve,l Ket an oiitK,. of othine and re
move th. ui. liven the llrxt f..w unull
(1,'"iis ahouhj show a wonderful .m
l""Vnu.nt, H1,m,. ,,f (h(! 1Kllt,,r frerkles
I'.q ure to osk the druggist for the
louhle Mrenuth othine: it I this that
MM on the monoy-bnrk giinn.nteo. -AdvartiaMMM
FIRE WEN WILL ENTERTAIN.
Members of Ripley Department Will
Cive Annual Picnic Sunday.
Members of the Itlpley lire il. . rt -
moht win appear ,, uin aatforaa aeal
BlIMM) when thO will give th.-i, ;Ui
Mkl pi' ni The ..utiiiK will be In the
form of a boa) trip to the While CltJ
on the steamer K B, Hay. s. The lirst
trip will he made In the morninn,
le vin. i lance, k al !t oeloeh and
RpUChh n I". The afternoon trip will
lcav e HaJsCOeh at 1:1.". ami HoUghtOR
IStij and ttM MlllMlllhl ride will he
arranged for the ev. inn. .
The s'inimer achooi in the ba wmani
f the nttatati Lutberaa churcb bai
ppened with Profoaaor PahUaan la
pharge, Tvcnty-ono Btudenti have
The remains of the late John N'ieh
olson will be laid to rest on Batufday,
tarvtcaa Will Mj held at the residence
on IngOt Street at I u'clo.U, Rev. f. C.
Iktch of the CirM riiiignifailiiiiiil
church offlotntlng, I'.urial will be
mmle in lorest Mill taMUfilMjr
Miss C.ra Jackson left for her home
in London, initario, osterday after -noon.
She was the KQOal d her sis
ter, Mrs. K. H. l-'ox for the past month,
Mrs. Charles Hurko and fatnil.v art
bora from Detroit to visii Mrs. Burke'i
parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Michael Doyle,
Richard Barfchw of tha Hancock
Kuiriitiire company has returned from
Orand Plaplda and Chicago, where in
attendad the furniture shows and pur
.Mrs. Km- in- Monroe mil children
are visititiu' in Marquette
afra at, n. Roberta and son have
go am to lahpemina to spend aeveral
da) s with relatives.
Miss l-lrma Kvloy baa return. d troin
Rochester, Minn . where aha underwenl
an . perat ion.
Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and lira,
John PaanenTfl ol West Hancock.
Joaapb Si Dovie of Ironwood vi ii.-.i
frit nda In this city toda) .
Marry Smith left for OntOUaflOfl ")
business this BBornlna;,
GREAT RAILROAD STRIKE
IS SET FOR AUGUST 7
Continued From First Page.
patently hid been scrutinized and
compared wiih former reports and de
ductletta favorable M the men's do-
aaaadi draau where peaMMe.
Objection by the angtaeaaen to fed
e,-al arbitration was asserted to rest
on alleged refusal by the roads to gov
ern themselves by the recommend .
tions of the board. They were recom
mendations and n..t court mandate -,
the men declared, and the roads arthr
dtaregarded them .r placed their own
Interpretations on them in such a m.i'i
ner as to nullify them. The mann
ers committee ehattanged stone and
Carter to name an instance in Which
such a thing had been done. Win n
conferences between Stone and Car
ter and the managers apparently had
come to the point of a strike the man
agers were urgent that the federal
Hoard f Mediation and Conciliation
should be appealed b The men's com
mittee suddenly acceded to this, stat
ing that it would have a bnd appear
ance if they refused and asking- only
that the sessions begin Immediately.
Accordingly. William L Chambers,
chairman of the federal mediation
board, assistant commissioner C W.
W. Hrirger and Federal Judge Martin
A. Knapp left Washington at on e
on-oared to begin session In Chi. ago.
The conference began July II.
Statement of Men's Case.
The men's statement of their cas.
as presented to the beard is in part,
" dded responsibilities and the in-
m-,.,1 cost of liv ing induced the en
i men in the western territory to
ske certain refpiests of the manag
ers of their railroads These rcpiesis
enrrled moderate increases in piv and
some improvements in Working rules,
having for their object the standard
ization of wages and working condi
tions which were to be revisions and
additions to the present schedule"
in their painted etatenteat of their
position the enginenvn laid emphasis
..n the increased tralllc of the rail
roads, declaring that more powerful
locomotives, larger freight cars and
longer truins had vastiv increased lag
earning power of the roSda and had
added cnrrespondinglv to the responsi
bilities of the enginemen with no cor
responding increase ill the. I pay.
Reply of Managers' Committee.
The managers' eoaUBlttee replied
thai railroad conditions at the present
time do not Justifv any Increases In
tagM The demands of I he nu n. a -rordlna
to the managers, .enter upon
the substitution of an eiKlit-hour day
f.u a ten-hour day In the compulation
"The employes know." the managers'
statement asserts, 'that it would M
Impractical to rod a the actual work
ing day In train s.tv i. e to eight hours.
To do so it would be eeceeaen "
shorten practically all railway divis
ions, to relocate imrda and shops, in
fa t to reconstrm t the rallwuv - at
prohibitive cost. The etnploves know
the eadf effect ..r rhewghaf the basis
,.r a day's wage from II to I hours
would be enormously to increase the
. eri MM paid,
-in v lew of th.- pre nl condition!
there could be no jusl ilb ation for the
railroads In taking any step that
wegdd add areatly to Ihek? MglBIII
The m-rwigers of rail-13 have no
moral rlaht to nrcede to requests of
cmploves that would undttlj
OLD HOME WEEK
Interesting Feature of Tercenten
ary Celebration Starts Soon
New fork, July Itl. With pageant.'.
hajtlvaia, and son;-. the New York
Ooaimei cuil Tercentenary oomral iMon.
gjtoorporated by the leglslatttre in Itlt.
with an appropri.il ion of $1iiii,'km fl
be -ii, ta work, will stalt a two months'
.'eh luation the week after next. Cor
ii oit the size of New Yolk, the com
mittee decided that ..lie "Old U08M
Week'' would not BUfftCCi so thi' "t lu
Home Wei La- the rive bprouaka
will last fr m Aug. 1.". tu Sept. I. In
that tlntO lire 104 s. h .' and 199 pari;
paygroi)nda and tha ten recreation
Mgra win be the ,ecenea of pagcanta
gamea and festiv als bv il.e bov s and
girls. Si win : beei are i,, be arranged
to make costumes f..r the.se events,
partii uarty for n pageant deplt ting the
11 1 ft yeeJBI of educational and comnier-
clal prt area of the old 'isle of Man
battan." This pact ,ii,i is to lie a land
and water affair and will take place In
Uae 1,025.308.000 Bricks.
New lOfk li 'he leading market for
Mknmon brick in tin- United siates.
hundreds of millions of brick being
used li' re annually. The prim ipal
source of this supply is the Hudson
liivcr region, attending, from St m fork
to CohOCd on both sides of the river.
This regloa produced l02S,SgI,Ms1
bri-ks in unit, valued al $'..'i:Pi.'u;i.
I. aive as these figures are. tl.. show
a decrease ot 807,171,090 brtoka ami
II. 0g7,lt4 in value compared with Ifll
The average pi I e Obtained fOT brl'-ll'
last year $.'... '.a a thousand, Notwith
standim, the fad that the expenditures
for building operations in tjfee V,.rk
City decreased al I 1!.". pel cent, in
I'.M.:. crimps red with 1018, the number
of brick market-. 1 del leased less than
hulf aa much, thus showing teat the
use of bficb in building is expu tiding,
and that the) are also being gaad more
efetenetVety than ever before for other
purposes, each as eawora ami subways.
whiih he w.'.s known to l ave be. n
beevU) tateraaiii. Al the time ..f ins
deuth he WOa rated us several line ii
millionaire, hut it now develops that
lavaetasoata in business anterprlaea a
ahorf time befoie in.- death drained his
resour . s gaavlai and thai hia fortune
his shrunk to a little mori than It00,
Billboard Must Co.
Columbus Circle, one o i Ken York's
fines! civic centres, wdi ao lengei be
dUrdaured i genbai decked bltlhaarda
around the triangular vat ml lot on
the north side. This building site.
fronting on the. Circle, Central Path
West. Broadway and ,;"th street, i
owned i.v William R. Hearst, ami plana
have been Mad I r Iti improv i meni
with a business Id."!. The betiding
will be t'iree storl. hi- h with a fa
.ad. of limestone, and will .oi'tain l
store-'. The foundation- will l,e of
BUfflcleM all earn Hi permit of parry
Ing the structuro up to a height of
thlrti t r. . .
Woodr'.if Woith Only $3C3.CC0.
'Tis an old laying that tic world
never knows the amount of a man's
wealth until he dies, The late Timo
thy 1.. Woodruff, once lieutenant gov
ernor of ew York and afterward
Ifogreaalve leader in Brooklyn, was
supposed to have made an Immense
fortune in the manufacture .,i type-
writers and in rlUtteroua other bkf in
aptrlal ami financial enterprises in
Safety For Pcdertnana.
a new ktea hi this i ity f r Inereaata i
ii.- aafet) of train.- und pedestrians is
found in the plans of the committee on
Btrsel .safety, recently appointed by
Police Commissioner Woods. Th
committee will study all phases of
street aafety, the number and charaeft r
of accidents, their possible prevention,
the matter of public pi . i; roii mis and
the new traffic rules concerning the
use of streets for one-Wtiv tratllc and
the closing of others f..r playgrounds.
The commit tee's report! are expected
t,, form the basis for nee? ordinances
lo be passed by the Hoard of Aldermen,
Monument For Nordica.
Krlenda of the late Madame N'orrilcu
have enlisted tho aid of prominent inu
BlClana and DJtUatC lovers in a plan t,.
erect a heroic statue of the diva In
Central Park. Should a statu--he
erected it Will he the mil,'
one of a woman in a park in New
York, and according i" a recent In
btlsator, one of four of " one n in the
Qnited States. According t" this au
ihor tv the only atatues pf women in
the country are those of Kranees Wil
lurd in the national capitolut Washing
ton; of Hannah Dustin, in Haverville,
Moss., and of a noterl woman phllan
thropist. in one of tin- publl wiuarsa
in New urleans. Mr Huitj Payne
Whitney, it Is und'tst I. will be ask
ed to design the Nordica atutne.
Germans to Inspect Prisons.
Sev.-ral prison gfPdaia and criminol
ogists of tiermany are arrive in this
city nexl week to spend a month or
more inspecting the leadln peniten
tiaries and reformatories in the Eaat-
era anil central West. in states, l'r.
Karl .1 inkelmberg, direct) r of Cerin. ii
prisons, will be in charge of tho
commission and accompanying htm
will in Prof, Durmateadter, of H" I7gl
r it , ol Merlin and several members
of the Oertnan parliament. In. ). !'.
Lewis, general at reiaf) f tie priaea
aaaeclatloa la tins comrtry, is at work
arranglag as ittncrari Uu the coaBMia
has, Passes To Sf.e Ships.
So greal are the croSjrdg of sightseers
who warn t se the bki .-hips of the
Hainl ur -Ani.n. in Line that the ofB
cials have been obliged to restrict visi
tors to the largest v-ssen ,,n saillnc
gays to ratetvea and fjlessfg of pus
aan (era, To tbia and apsclal passes
are now in use. i-'niir ,-f these ate la
aged to each paatenuei on tin aeJUng
list, ami ao one is admitted to Ihg vea
si i ,ii calling .lav ''bout the apcclal
pass, Sightseers from the inland
lit a tea nan) "1! have th-- n-pportunit)
to lns;iect the V'-.- v.hlle tlvv an
lying in port, but ii" mopa can the
ctinif down and gtr ' on with th
w be oavi 1 1 me to d tin dopgj t Ing
Tram Work.ng Girla.
A new trade arhool for girls, wher,-
dreasmak lag, millinery, and the mak
ing of white n p. will be taught has
been ..pined iii this ally. The chief
aim , f i he s oqot Is to Ut tin- idrls for
work In the factories at the hi -best
wa.e, instead of having them starl in
Hie factories is beginners. There is a
steady demand tor skilled labor in the
dr.ss industries ami manufacturers
pay us high as $7 to $!l a week for
trained girls. If tin- girls learn the
trade in the factory they .an earn onlv
as beginners. 'I in- i ourao of In
struction In the new school lasts six
wcks ami nearly -t11 fir la save been
enrolled. They are either imm. grants
"i- .laughters ..f immigrants,
FAITHFUL TO THE END.
A reporter on a Kansas City paper
was asaontj thoge . n a relief train that
was being rushed to the scene . f i
railway egfeCk m Missouri. About the
tirsi victim the Kansas City reporter
saw was a Ran sitting in the road with
his back to a feme. He had a black
eve. hia face was somewhat . - latched,
and his clothes were badly t.-rn but
h. v .i entirety rates.
The reporter Jumped to the side of
the man against the feme. "How many
hart ."' he asked of the prost: tte one.
"Haven't h.-ard of anvbody being
I, 'ill," said the battered person
"What was the cause of the wreck?"
"WlUk? Haven't heard of any
"Ton haven't heard of any wreck?
Who are you, anyhow'."'
Well, voiiiic man, I don't know that
that :, any f jrottr boalneaa, but I am
th. claim agent of this road." -Harper's
von Id make ti.cm coat
much mort undci (ordinary coruli-
tiors, But lirc,tunc ct.iclitiunj are
not ()" Unary.
Tires., Tubes and Accessories
n-v. I' ' 1 ' only av-Ta-j'j price because Firestone
buUdera are Tiru i- nccialisls and the Fireaone Factorv i.
- i . i wl.crc only tiros arc made. That's
w hy Kirestonts (rhj you
Mm! for Yo'.'t Money In Fi-tf Coat and Final Economy
Buy Fireitone Tires from Yocr Local Dealer
Fi:-estonc Tire und Rubber Company
"4mricu'i Largttl xcluthe Tirt and Mm Kukcrs"
Akron, Ohio-Branches and Dealt rs t. -t:rywhrrr
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the ro-nom,nation
to the office of Sheriff of Hough
ton County and respectfully so
licit the support and influence of
tho voters at the primaries Au
JAMES A. CRUSE
For Clean Cotton
The Calumet News
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Remember Tomorrow is the Last Day of This
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Don't Miss This Opportunity. Don't Forget--
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order made to your individual
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It'i the bg ! We want your
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we make th.e apecul offer.
the . .. nse ..f rallwai