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SATURDAY. AUGUST 22, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS ."AOS TH&E2 Houghton DEATH OF CHIEF SHOCKTO CITY Untimely End of Louis Voetsch Casts Pall Over Community The death of Louis V ctsch. chief of il,,. !oughton tin and Mili depart ment! at i-':30 this morning, following an Injury sustained while on big way ;,, hi.s boms at (JM Inst svmmi cast i pal of gloom MUf ilw . oinmuiiitv . S.i,!,nri has the taking away .if n pop per country resident been the cbum u( such regret as that o( Chid' V'( i In. !. "Louie'' a;: gC was l.unilial l known by everyone in Um Portage Lake ktWM and his uniin tei) end ; I,, topic Og the streets t l.i . 't he aei -blent occurred ft! the Junc tion Of Shclden anil liukotnh streets, a short distance tom the Electric Light station near which the Copper Rgugr rail nail company .vas excavating for a c line. The churucter of the ground ii nie bleating aeceaeary and while Chief Voetsch was near tlic Shields intala. ebareje was exploded, De spite the fact thai every safeguard w is taken to prevent an accident, a number of rooks were thrown over the lighting plant and one of the ml MrflW R truck .Mr. Voetsch OB UM temple- He aas rendered unconscious from Um liloa and remained in a comatose State Until the end. Chief Vostech was on his trey bone tn his supper and as has Ion Inert in euntoMi be rode en one of the . s to aVOld the climb nji the sleep I. ill on Dnkotah street on which he resided. The dray on this occasion nrai driven by Boberl Baker ami a fellow passenger was John Mac Kay, an insurance man with Ofllcee on Huron '.icet. Maker stopped the horses at the fountain and while the team drank Chief Voetsch J-ked with passing go- ninilntpnnee One of Iheee was Prof. I fJolanMUr, county agriculturist. wlio was passing in an automobile. lust as the chief uttered a remark, lie ;.i backward I o the pavement. Iniine- illatel) Mr. Gslsggar and Mr. HacXay . ame to bM aid and the Ural knowledge i t an injury was Hie sight of I ta.pl ng wound in the temple. A motor truck happened alaill and the Injured man was taken to the oilice of Dr. Turner. County Physician I.ablne wan sum mi nod and after a consultation, or ilered chief Vqetaati to be taken to St, joaeph'i bonpttat II was apparent thai In; wound was serious and L.-pite the effort of physio tana, he passed away without re mining consciousness. The iate Mi. Voetsch was bom in Houghton 4!t years ggjg and hfl con ttnuaflj mad.. bU home In this city. At H.-e gge of It, he entered III"' llough- ton iii dspartesesi ami in ivit be was clclcd to the ..nice of chief. During tin- period, he wit villai:o marshal Off . ; i . r of police. As a llreman. he was known throughout the peninsula ami In had been honored with every office in the 1'iiper Peninsula PlremeB'i ss so. iati.m. As a policeman, he was known as one of the most coiiravoous Ian .onsideratc ..illola Is in the county and becaSSs of thia lie had no long nrd of arrests, lie was gttOWU by i ei , man, woman and child In the city. The late chief is survived by his widow and the children. Karl, Howard, Ralph, Lima and Stella. An examination for fourth class postmasters will be held at ! o'elock this mornjai ai the Central School by Miss R.glna Martin, civil service ex aminer of the HoughtBh postofflce, HAVE YOU I Many women long for children, but because of Snme curable physical derangement arc ilepnved f thia greatest of all Ii.ippiru.s-. The women whose names follow were restored to normal health bv Lydia B. I'inkham's Vegsta tie Compound. Write and ask them about it. "I took your Com pound and huve a fine, strong baby. " Mrs. John Mitchell, Mas sena, N. Y. "Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vrgetable Compound ia a wonderful medicine for expectant mothers. " Mrs. A. M. Myers, Gor donville, Mo. ' 1 1 highly recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound before it child-birth, it has done so much for me. Mrs. b. M. Doerr, R. R. 1$ Con shohocken, Pa. "I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com pound to build up my system and have the dearest baby girl in the world." Mrs. Mo.se Blakeley, Imperial, Pa. "I praise the Com pound whenever I have a chance. It did so much for me before my little girl was born." Mrs. E. W. Sanders, Rowlee burg, W. Va. "I took your Com pound before baby was born and feel I owe my life to it." Mrs. Winnie Tillis, Winter Ravsu, Florida. ':. fiW.nniTT.IIil Department STOEL TO LEAVE HOUGHTON. Dr. H. M. BJtosi win. returned during MM week from attending the meting "' ""' dJSMsdonn nsSsapsihiti gggsejn- tion at Philadelphia and from taking special clinics In eastern cities, an nounced yestcrdav his intention of o CnttSJi in Duluth. He will have for his new tb Id Sent. i. Dr. tOSi Will lie sueeee.led In tf,OMghtOfl by Dr. M. c. II, ml. ,, ,,. luth. They exchange otllces because of conditions that are to their mutual advantage, Dr. Kurd comes highly roe- Offfflnended as an osteopathic prnctl- t loner, WEDNESDAY IS BIRTHOAY OF HOUGHTON WEATHER BUREAU STATION WILL HAVE BEEN IN SERVICL FOURTEEN YEARS ON AUGUST 2b. Next Wednesday, August t, is the date of the anniversary of the opening of the Rottghton branch of the Weath er Bursas, The looal station was openod on August moo, and until 111 was located in the balden Dee building, al Bhsktsg and Isle Royale streets. The head, pia rt ers then were removed to the Mesngli Temple on Shclden street. Dr. 11. B, llarkness of HoughtOg was the first obaerT In churKe and he continued in this rapacity until No ember 7. ItSg, when lie was lUCOSSdsd by Abe ie-ner. The latter had charKe utitil April l, I'.U". when he was suc ceeded b) 1 '. I!. CoWdficki who is at present in charge of the station. Dr. Harknass is still located in Houghtog and is follow iiik his medical profes sion. Weatbor Observer Wlesaer has I bargS of the adSSS in Port Huron. Bijtce the weather bureau was open ed iii gS tSJS following assistants baVC been employed for VSffiOtM gO rio.is of time: MoOtgg s. foiom, August 100 to April, I'M:. .Mr. Colon is at present locatsd in Landar, WTyosilng. and has charge of the ofttce In that town. CbJUtles Dieter. April, Iffti to Fet ruary, tS7. Mr. Dieter is at present employed at the Hoii'-hton County IMeciric Ught company ortlce. Thomas Karncy, March, 1 :07. to An Kttst, l!tn?. Mr. Karne.N is now l- a ted in HOUgfctOn. Chester Tucker, September. 1 HOT, to July, Itlt, Mr. TttOhSff is now located at Bagftl HgffbOff and is a member of the life sa in,r crew. William McNabb is now employed as neelstant to Weather iMiserver Cowdrick. Since the establishment of the westhST bureau numerous Improve men. s have been made to the olllce. Tim headquarters at the present t.me are mm h more attraethe than the old oltiees ami additional equipment has been installed. August Weather. Weather Observer Cowdrick reports that the weather thus far during Au u nst compares favorably with that of former years. The temperature has ben about normal and the hottest day recorded of the month on August when the mercury mounted to de fffses. HOUGHTON CHURCH SERVICES. Hours of Worship to Bo Observed in Edifices at County Seat. At Trinity Kpiscopal, the. usual tsrIOSS i 1 1 be SOndUCted at 7:30 and Id 15. Music will he furnished by an auxlllsry eholr. The rector, Rsv. w. It. Cross, will be in charge. St. Ignatius. Masses at t, I, ami 10: 1.". a. tn.; rsSpsrS at 7:15 p. m. Kev. A. .1. Ke.ek, pastor. Kev. JoSSph Scbaul, urate. Christian Science. Services at 10:1 at the Christian Scieme nail. Sunday school imme ,i,,i,.iv alter the morniiiK service. Christian sclsnos testimonial meetings arc bold every Wednesday at I ocdock. Salvation Army. Borvlcea at the galvation Army hall Tuesday, Thursday ami mUurday eveniggSi Jail meeting at OOUOty Jail Sunday at ;M a. m.; Bunday BOhOOl i p. in.; salvation meeting S p. m. 11. Hainso, CaptSinS V. BtSadi lieu tenant. Baptist Mission. Services held in the Odd Cellows' I,. ill. Shclden Street, . very Sunday at 10:10; Sunday School at noon. Rsr, C. II. BffOOhSi pastor. Grace Methodist Episcopal. Morning servloe at io:30; Hnnday gehool at Hp worth league at 6 30; Bvening service 7:30; mid-week isrvlee Thursdmyi at 7:41; choU' irae- n, c Saturday evening at T'.td. HOT. J. IL nankin, pastor. INSPECT LAKE CRAFT. Federal Officers in Houghton on Per iodical vim. -..i.i,. ii.!.M'tors Charles M. (.i(11li'11R' and Charles M. York, are in Houshton on one or tneir icu..w f inspection and yesterday they vis the steamers Howboy. ViUeirlo ,IU1 B. Kayos. It is necessary to MPC these . raft four times a year. 0Wlng to the fact that they are pas BOngsr sicamers. Both Inspectors are WH gaowa bv every sailing master In tMs district and they have been on ,,. inl) f,,r the past thirty years. Mr. C. ITng has Charge of the inspection f pollers while Mr. York looks after the hulls. Mr Q Unl ttated today that every StaOStSff on the lakes tea, lies a new , the inspection department ,;,, nw rSflUlatloM arc formed con v UMMtl marine enKineors re Ul ulars from this offl- ;r;, describing new ptUgS that arc ,o . ,.. of every Stt on. r Iip use.l on boil. i- el Thre must be insi - rsguUtlont and is one sortog of the i Slogan ' Safety First." U. S. DISTRICT COURT WILL OPEN IN MARQUETTE SEPT.22 MAJORITY OH JURORS ARE COP PER COUNTRY MEN TRY FINNEGAN CASE. four criminal cases, four cases In law and eM in Sgsjlty will he heard at the September term of the United Mates district court which will con vene in Mar. tuette on September .'2. The most Important criminal trial win be that of p. ii. yisaegen. former ly of Calumet, chained with fraudu lent use of the I'nited States mails. An Indictment was returned anainst Kluncuan several terms back. The case was to have come to trial in Mar Muette six gUJgtlMJ UsTOi but was post poned. When the ease was for trial at the Soo lust spring. It was adjoin lied Owing to the illness of one of Mr. Planesaa'S relatives. Deck Wing, of gnwaaaha, a Chinese laumlry man, is harRed with haVittg attempted to bribe an gfdjoar of th ImmiKratlon service It Is said that Wfesg offered Thomas M. RflSS. of Sault Ste. Marie, inspector in Charge of the Im migration offtce at the so... a sum of money to prev ent action In the euse of Sue (lay, another Chinaman, who was In the United States unlawfully. The complaint against S7ggj was sinn ed by Inspector Ross. It is reported that tVhftg will probably plead guilty. Copper Country Jurors. The following COPgST country traverse Jurors have been subpoenaed for the Sept. mil. r term: Klrncr R. Hlxson, HOUghtOfi, Samuel Kddy, Lake Linden. Andres Wler, Houghton. Henry i ABoae, Lake Limb n. Wm. .1. Hosklng) Houghton, hied Bond, Phoenix. Julius Bsldsnfeld, South Ranga. Angusi Ruttula, Covington, Matt I'. Kobe, Calumet. Chas. l Hall, chassell. Louis Loffgngor, Otttonagen. BdWnrd M. Li bleln, Hancock, l'red Harper, QuittOy Mine. Nestor K. Malfrold. Calumet. John B Maekay, Hancock. Adam J. Hessalo. Mandan. HuggfH Pooh, Unices Crosslin;. James N. Howlett, Hruces Crossing. Win. B. Smith, Mohawk. FINE ENTERTAINMENT FOR LAKE SUPERIOR MINING MEN PROGRAM FOR CONVENTION WHICH OPENS IN ISHPEMING AUG. 31 IS ANNOUNCED. The program for the annual meeting of the Lake superior Mining institute, to i.e bold iii Marquette county ami Detroit, Aug, 31 and Sept. 1, J and 3, has bees completed. A number of pa pers will be presented by Well known mining men, annum them the follow ing! Tse of electricity at the I'cnn and Republic mines," William Kelly and P. ii. Armstrong, Vulcsn Mich. "Methods of Stocking Ore on the Marquette Range. H Lucius Eaton, Ish pemtng. Mieh C.cneral OntHnS of MlSdng Methods Ussd in the Copper QnsM mine, Itis bee, Arizona." Joseph I'ark Hodgson, Hisbee, Arizona. The Sinking of A Vert leal Shaft at the PalmU Mine of the Newport Min ing Company at BSSSSgser. Mieh.," ITank Hlackwcll, IroaWOOd. Mi h. "Mining Methods on the Manpiette Ranne." report by committee. 'Steel Blocking Trestle at No. 3 shaft, Kegaunee Mine," s. n. Kiiiott. Negaunee, Mich. Ventilation in the Iron Mines of the Lake Superior District," BdwtS Higgins, Pittsburgh, Pn. follow Up System and Method of Recording Injuries in Compliance with the Workmen's CoSSPOnsation Law," Herbert J. Platter, lion Kiv. r. Mich. Hydro-Klcctric IMunt of tho Cleve-land-ciiffs Iron Company.'' P C. Stan- f.u.i, labpsmlng. Mieh, LITTLE GIRL IS INJURED. JosnettS, 12 .vear old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MsadOT Qttllbault of Pranklln treat, was knocked down on Bheldon street ysstsrday afternoon b a ear driven by Key. Father Kaymond of Lake Linden. She sustained a bruise on h. r head and a Slight aluasion on her hand. The child was not hurt seriously. Her father says that no I, lam-- is attachable to l-'athcr Ray mond, that the child became confused In crossing the street. COMMITTEE TO MEET. Directors of Fair Will Hold Session Next Tuesday Night. Directors of the Copper Country Pair association win meet Tueedaj evening when ways and means for the annual exhibit will be dis, ussed. Indications at the present time are that the coming lair will be the best ever held and every person interested Is workiiiK diligently toward this end. Huslnessmen in the POfftSgS lake dis trict have plsSjgfd their support while prominent people of other ends of the county will also assist. MARRIAGE LICENSES. The following marriage licenses wpre issued this morning at County Clerk Kaiser's olllce: Claude HotchklSS and Mrs. Mabel Poodrldga of Kenton. Adeloie Heaiichamp of CleVSjhindi ( i.. and Miss PhileSSSUS llebert of Hubhsll. JUNIATA IN PORT. The Anchor Line steamer Junlnta was In Hounhton this BMSmlag, SSSi inv from Duluth. The steamer (cur ed hpfore noon, en route for Mar quette, Huffulo and other eastern ports. The passenger list was limited Hancock Department "MOVIES" ALSO ARE AFFECTED Cost of Necessary Carbons and Chemicals Is Increased America's pet amu .-incut is menac ed In hovptsjI ways bv the European war. Tniesa hostilities in Rurope eease or problems which the war has developed are solved in some other way, motion picture theaters throughout America will be serloidJy affected. In the first place American manu facturers have been unable to produce carbons of suHioipnt lighting ' power at an acceptable price to compete In their .wn country with foreigner a nvestiSjatMM in the Bast, accord- lug to a theater manager, show a scarcity of these carbons and the sup ply, while not In Imminent danger of becoming exhausted. being depleted rapidly. The cost to the consumer has already been advanced over IM per cent. Dealers are also limiting the number to be sold to escb customer. Cqually important supplies effl led by the war, which are causing motion picture producers considerable uneasi ness, are the chemicals required to de velop the negatives. Metol, hydro quinine, potassium carbonate, iodide of potassium and citric acid, all of which are required in perfecting nega tives are largely manufactured by the Hermans, Belgians ami French, in most eases these products have al ready advance from SOO to 100 per cent, while In some Instances tin- sup ply has become exhausted, with no im mediate hope of the stocks being re plenished. Among the Producers. Among the producers here and abroad, the war has also been felt. The Psjnoui l-'ilm 'Players company has abandoned the production of its new Him. "The Silver King," with Cuy Standing in the leading role, Mr. tending is an officer in the Bngltsh army and he has ulrcady left to Join his regiim-nt. Many in tors and olll clals of compai'ies here and abroad, especially the foreigners in America, were reservists and a large number have already left for the front. Most of the Paths COmpeny employes are French, while the concern's Ure fac tory In France has been requisitioned by the French gOjrsrUmgnt SS a bar racks for the soldiers. The foreign studios of the Vita graph, Be lair and I'.auniont companies are also reported dosed, most of the men under 45 years of age having joined the army. The Apex company of Germany has also been reported as demoralized by the war. Italy is the only Stag-producing company in Ha- rope that is not at war and although tllms may be nianufa Staffed there, it Is probable that I hey will be delayed In shipping or possibly never reach American ports. This will mean that American tlffS producers will be . ailed upon to sup ply the countless motion picture thea ters in this country with virtually all of their piet urea RECEIVE NEW EQUIPMENT. New Nozzle Will Be Used to Fight Basement Fires. chief Bxley of the Htanoock fin- de partment has receives rxoss ins Orother Plre Equipment c. ,,f Dayton, Ol a revolving 'cellar" nor..le for use in fighting Hies that break out In the basements of buildings. Tin- ta w Lp paratus has not been purchased bv the department as yet but is merely la re on trial. The device is about 12 Inches long and Is equipped with ball bearings, the number of revolutions depending i " the pressure. There, are ten In h Inserted in the nossls about an plghth of an inch in diameter to permit the water to fiow out. Thus tin sln im an- thrown simultaneous!) and ever) portion of the cellar Is reached. this trip and Purser Thorn peon state, i that tourists arc not taking pleasure trips in such large numbers at this time of the year as they did earlier in tho season. .j. . ., f HOUGHTON BREVITIES. .;. gj .j. ; S d S) dj BUPL Doelle of the Houghton and Portage township schools has not as yet annoUBced the list of teachers en gaged for th. s hools' ensuing year, which opens one week from Monday. He probabh will announce the list early in the coming week and this will wind up -a nearly so his annual effort to complete his teaching corps. J. F. Tobin, Jr., of Marquette, is a business visitor in Houghton. T. H. Lang of Duluth. head of the lakes manage, f.,r the Standard nil company, IS In Houghton visiting rela tives and tin- trade. ptof, .. .i HsSle f th.- Michigan College of Mines left yesterday on a business trip t" Hisbee. Arlr.. Mrs. H. O. Wormsr has relumed to her home in Detroit after gpeadiag i he summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. . 1 Hoar. Mr. ami Mis. S. J. MeStSff and daughter Margaret of Toledo leave I. -day for their ROOM after spending tWM weeks at the home of Mr. Nester's sister. The tag Valerie wm rdpJaee tm R- H. Hay.s on the run to While Citv today while the excursion boat n un dStgUilll repairs, The Haves will be back on the route tomorrow. Mus Christine MsLsnn has fuM re- ISmSd from a trip to westcn 'an. id i where she visited relatives. CAMERA MEN ARE BUSY. Representatives of Zenith Picture Company ; ake Scenes Here. Curious crowds congregated on the streets of Hancock this morning watching with interest the work of the camera men who arc here repre senting the Zenith Motion Picture company gSOUrlng scenes of the coo per country. Pictures Of the busi ness places, churches and the city hall ere sei iir.-il i his mm nm.- and t hb afternoon Chief Rxley of the Hancck tire department and his crew gave a practice run for the bSgadM of the camera men. Scenes of Houghton were taken yes terday atul the College of Mines will be photocraphe.l Mondav. PlCtUffSff of the life saving crew and the scener.v ft the Canal will be secured Sunday. When the picture is completed it will be shown at the OrphOUm theater In Hancock and probably other moving picture theal.-rs In this district. It then will be turned over to the Copper Country Commercial club. IN HANCOCK CHURCHES. Usual Services To Be Conducted in Local Houses of Worship. At the Congregational church Sun day mOfnlag at 10:30 o'clock the pas tor, Rev. F. Ci. Rich, will preach on the Hubject, "Mary, the Mother of Je sus." Bvsnlng serv ice will be held at 7 o'clock, Bubject, "Worship." IIcku lar midweek prayer meeting sen k Thursday evening at 7;M o'clock. Choir rehearsal Pfftday evening ut 7:30 o'clock. First M. E. Rev. Crosby will preach morning ami eventasg gsrvkM row. Sunday school will be noon. Services during the at the tomor beh) at i oming week will be as usual. St. George's Church. BUSsdtt) I'.Wt a. m.. Holy Bucl mis' 10: 3o a. m., matins and sermon bv J, C. Condon; 11:30 u. m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. m., vespers. Friday -7:30 p. in., choir practice at rectory. POLLS OPEN IN EVENING. The polls in Hancock will be opsa next Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock and will remain open until I in the evening. Polls will be established in the different wards as follows: Kirst ward Hockln building. Sc. . mil ward City hall. Third ward Holland building. Fourth ward Swedish hall. SPECIAL TRIPS TO CANAL. Captain W. S. Lloyd of the steamer Plow boy announces thai three trips Will be made to the Canal tomorrow. The first trip will be made in the morning, tin- steamer leaving ('lose fc Hodgeson's dock in Hancock at 10 o'clock. The second trip will be made at :ll In the afternoon and a moon light ride at 7:3o o'clock. HANCCCK BREVITIES. Miss Cecil Pellerine is spending her vacation in iiaraga. Joseph A. Jeffery and H. L .Teffery of Duluth are In Hancock on business. B, F Murphy of Ksianabu is visiting friends in Hancock. Mrs. Phil Sherman of Chicago Is visiting her brothers. Charles Jordan and William Schultz of Hancock. Mrs. J. S. Nichols and daughter. Miss Pantile, havo gone to Iron River to visit relatives. C. A. Harwick arrived in Hancock yesterday. He has been engaged by the board Of Education iia commercial teacher. Mrs. Leonard Peterson and family have returned to their home in New berry. They were the guests of Mrs. Potsrson'g parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Mitchell. Mrs. Prank Johnson and daughter, left for their home in Indianapolis yesterday. Mr. and Hrs. Charles MSCDoUgall and son, Itruce, leave today for the east to visit with relatives. The work of renovating the Pcwabic Methodist Episcopal church was com pleted the latter part of this week and the editice wil be used for service to morrow for the llrst time in several weeks. Advl.es have been received from Washington to the effpet that the ap pointments as postmasters of prod J. Htld of Baraga and Robert M. Smith of Kearsarge have been confirmed by tli. Senile Miss Volande BlwOOd Met! last even ing for c.rand Rapids to visit relatives JAMES A. CRUSE Candidate for rsussntaatloa as sheriff on the republican tick et at the August primary. SFGUFST1' NS TO VOTERS, At the primary election vot ers may mark the ballot In only one column, or party ticket. Voting in more than one tlckpt makes the ballot VOML It is not permittPd to vole, for in more than onp ticket. I rpspectfully rpquest the votes of all republicans and wish to remind them that if they should want to vote for a can didate for som other olllce on the ticket other than the repub lican, they should first learn If that other candidate has opposi tion before decldlnc. If he has no opposition it Is not necessary for you to vote for him MM run chances of making v.uir ballot worthless. for a few weeks before entering the Northwestern l'niv.-rsit at Fvansi.i f..r the fall term. J. K. Tobln, Jr.. of Marquette g in I la 111 00k on business. U. S. DEP'T OF AGRICULTURE Westher Bureau. Chsrles F. Msrvin, Chief. DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Houghton, Michigan, Saturday, Au gust ttj ItlC MllSOIllc Temple -Telephone No. IM All observations taken st 8 a. SS, (75th meridisn time). 'I emu Winn Ptstlon, gB If, a . s Slate of Westter II II i il 7 Alpena r -2 w 4 .oo ClSSJ Huffalo t4 -3 w 10 .-0 I'lear Chb ago 70 - s 8 .00 Clear Duluth 60 2 ne 4 Cloudy jgnsnshi to g 4 .00 Foggy (Ireen Ray. . .04 4 s 4 M Ch ar Houghton r,6 -4 so 4 44 dteta Marquette ... OS 4 w I .St Clear Milwaukee. . . N 4 sw I M ' !Mn New York... 70 0 sw 4 JM Clear New orb-ans. CO -4 n 10 1.10 Clear Port Arthur. &o -C n 4 Jd Pt. Cldy goo 52 -6 4 ,S0 CtOSd St. Paul ou 4 SS 1 .oo Cloudy San Fran 2 sw I M Cloudy Washington. . OH -s nw s Clear Winnipeg II 0 M I M Cloudy Weather Forecsst. (Till 7 P. M. Sundav ('upper Country: Cloudv tonight and Sunday. Probably thundeffShOWgffS, Weather Conditions. There has b en a geneial east ward mo vi meat Of pressure con ditions sin-e yes terday; the storm area noted ovr the northern 1 U i '; M i Uinta ms has increased m energy and ex tended eastward to the Upper Mississippi Vai- dMumno "v ley, ooveifr. I J of lbs Qs L i 1 i "Jr weather i c -T" over these see - r . ggJ tioiiti und thund- ei show ers have been freiiuent. The high pressure not ed i.v.r the tin-at Plains is now (en tered over the Lower Lakes and i hio Valley, and fair cool weather is gen eral throughout the Fast. The barom eter continues high on the Pacific Slope. Fnsettled conditions will ex tend to this vicinity this afternoon Sff tonight, as a result of the fall In ba rometer, and showers and thunder storms niay be expected during the next 36 bouts. Moderate southeast winds, with local squalls ale indl atcd H. R. COWDRICK. official in Charge 21 POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. Joseph F. Mambitzer OF HOUGHTON, MICH. Republican Candidste for PROSECUTING ATTORNEY at the coming Primaries. Has lived among miners all his life time. Is familiar with all classes of people and their characteristics. Has be n municipal attorney Hi .ught"ti for the past seven during which time much special as sessment work was done and bond is sues authorized. His bond Issue and special assessment feet. Has ga elegant office at the county seat where he Is within MS? rea b of the county officers nnd can work in harmony with the sheriff. Has successfully handled many criminal eases including the n Ml case against Ksttgl Crimes and KsHy am itt I OS the perjured gtete ment of DM .Malvin, f..r the killing of the Jan.- brothers. Discovered the law of 1ST.". gSthoriStag witnesses to enter into g recognizance for their BJsaMrance In the Circuit Court did not author ize the court to commit witnesses who w. r. in default. Hays that neither polities, religion of I " standing WOOM influ ence him in the trial of CSSM. 11.. I.... .. ..n :ictive life-lollg BeDUbllCSfl ftOd IMU sit Ion. Hie motto is Caution, Fairness H iLITICAL AUVFTRTISHMKNT. AlexJ.Groesbeck RKPt'itLK'AN CANDlDATlBlor the nomination for GOVERNOR AT THK l'lUMAUIKS. AI'C. 25. POINTS OF HIS PLATFORM opposes recall of Judges and Judicial decisions. For reform in Judicial procedure. For tho appointment. Instead of ele tion. of rSgSttte of the I'ni verslty of Michigan and members of tM Board Of the Mi- htgng Ag ricultural Colli , I'roposes broadening the powers f labor department so that me diation may be offered in labor troubleg with a view of preventing strikes, and for further protection of laboring MM and wmcn. Would regulate private banks by bringing all banking Institu tions under the control of the St its banking department, exct those now under national Juri- I Crftes more good roads and would hive stnte gM Ii MSSSi to help sparseU gsttlsd communities. Wants slat.- hoard of estimates to group dSJM BdS r "i SBtfl Hons in budget for submission In on. appi opri.it ion bill. Advocates a stenographic report of the proceedings of the legislature. Vigorously declares for preserving law nnd order nt nil times. WAITERS CALLED TO WAR; LONDON HOSTELRIES HIT. London, Auf. Tl, GSlI to the (dors tor the continental reservists had Immediute effect on London res- i.-' t.ints, hotel and IrffSrdtni houses. London bee,-, me alniont waiterless. The old-fashioned BgsSltSh waller is all but extinct. His pggsktf has been deeplj regretted by the older genera tion of Fngltsh, because of his intelli gent service, whi 1 n ardsd as one of the fine arts, and his n.-pectful ibineanor. Hut be could not with stand the competition of tin cheaper living foreigner. While lysneh and Italian servants have been attracted to London by tho better pay. a large part of tie 9Sg mans kOVS I "ine over lot tie- golf pur p..s. of learning BnglisM '. .-n street car ennducters and taxi drivers in most of the Ijerniau cit.es are com pelled t., know Knglih, and the knowl edge of foreign languages Is un asset for uny type of Qsi ate II WSgM earner. 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