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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - April 15, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan 4 Ironwood news record volume 26 number 7 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday april 15 1911 per year in Advance r faster offerings t fresh fruits and vegetables fancy strawberries grape fruit oranges bananas cucumbers Wax Beans spar grass Ripe tomatoes new beets and carrots radish spinach celery lettuce James Devoy co wholesale and retail grocers w of Good news is always a w Welcome visitor even so Ujj is the letter or note writ v ten on craned Linen Lawn or carrying the essentials of Ulivi Good taste and Correct e i form with the message w Jabla it is the Correct writing Ujj paper at All times and for All people there is none better made we have All the latest Crane up novelties and Many of the Eaton Crane flite w Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite or Vic your inspection m f Mccabe co drat gusts patronize your Home bank1 dont wander around among strangers with your Bank account but place your Money in a Bank where you can depend upon the Best treatment and accommodation because that Bank has interests identical with your own and your neighbors your Success Means a great Deal to your Home Bank because the Success of the Bank is in a measure depend ent upon yours the outside Bank will be glad to get your Deposit but it will not take the same personal in Terest in your welfare As the Home Bank by banking at Home you place your Money in circulation in your own locality and Benefit your own Community let us handle your got Eric National Bank Ironwood Mich t above figures represent the fire loss in the United states during the year from the commercial the loss each year for the last eight or ten years has been in excess of you May contribute this year Are you fully insured Fob Kates phone me today no 58 h m Erickson Ironwood Mich compensation Bill passed lower House adopts measure for Aid to injured workingmen by a vote of 54 to 31 with every Farmer in the House bucking it the Stewart liability act passed the House monday after a Long hard fight this applies to the employees engaged in wrecking buildings or other structures in which steel or Iron is used in elevators or other lilting devices in car entering painting or other work on scaffolds at least ten feet High on electrical wires and apparatus of kinds in tunnels mines or other excavations in All sorts of factories in which Power machinery is used particularly laundries and bakeries in foundries smelters packing houses trains electric cars and boats and about everything else it abolishes the contributory negligence assumed risk and fellow ser vants clauses and further provides that in a contract Between an employer and employee a risk May not be used As a defense against action the Farmer members fought the Bill vigorously especially on the matter of scaffolds which they declared hit them directly the Bill passed is a substitute for six other Bills it is an optional Bill when an employee enters into an agreement with an employer for compensation to himself or dependents in Case of injuries it shall not constitute a defense to any action for the recovery of such another clause reads the fact that such employee May have been guilty of contributory negligence shall not bar a recovery in any action hereafter brought to recover such compensation but the damages May be diminished by the jury in proportion to the amount of negligence attributable to such Section 4 of the Bill reads in Case death or total disability results from the injury the be limited in its verdict to a sum not to exceed 75 per cent of the Workingman weekly wages for 520 weeks but in no Case to exceed in Case of a partial disability resulting from the injury the jury shall be limited in its verdict to a Sura which shall Bear the same proportion to the amount recoverable to total disability As the partial disability bears to a total disability and this matter shall be determined by the jury under proper instructions by the court this limitation does not apply to parties having a cause of action under the Law As existing be fore this Section six reads nothing in this act shall pre judicially affect any right or remedy to which an employee is entitled independently of this debate on the Bill was enlivened by rep Lucas of the Copper country and keep Knight who has Iron mines the latter said the mining companies do so Well by injured miners that there Are very few suits for damages on account of personal injuries to this rep Lucas replied the reason Why there Are so few suits is that the companies have been winning about 29 in every 30 the Best they get in the Copper mines is from to in Case of death and this from a fund to which the companies contribute 50 cents monthly for each 50 cents contributed by a Miner they get off easy under the present Law when it is considered that about 50 miners Are killed every year in the Copper trainmen Ball monday night everything is in readiness for the ninth annual Ball of Iron Range Lodge brotherhood of Railroad trainmen to be held at the armory on monday night the boys have been Busy in the big Hall for a week and have transformed it into a fit place for mondays event partitions and rail Ings have been removed and the dec orations will be of a character to please free buses will be run be tween the armory and the Eagle cafe and the charge for supper will be Only thirty live cents music for the danc ing will be furnished by the Norrie band and orchestra of Twentyfive pieces the organization presenting a concert program As follows before the dancing begins concert program f p Snavely director Geo Mcleod soloist March Olympia overture Boss Solo approach of the Geo w Mcleod soloist selection Remlick hits of March Waltz chocolate March first presbyterian Church Public worship in Celebration of the resurrection of Christ next Sabbath at a m the pastor will speak subject the Epiphany of the risen program of easter music evening at sacred concert Bible school at Young Peoples meeting at p m in the Chapel St Georgess Day Washington Lodge will appropriately celebrate anniversary of Patron Saint George Washington Lodge no 226 order sons of St George intends celebrating St Georges Day on a Large scale this year on sunday april 23 the members will assemble at Odd Fellows Hall at a m headed by the Norrie band they will Parade to the first m e Church where the pastor the Rev Bro w b Coombe will conduct a special service and preach the ser Mon the daughters of St George will also attend this service on monday april 24 at p m the annual Celebration social will be held in scandinavian Hall a splendid program has been arranged the principal item being that screaming farce entitled turn him out Susy mild of ill word miss Eleanor Bankin mrs Moke a neglected Laura Ell boat or Moke her Gay May Roseleaf her Saunders Nobbs a pugnacious Windmill peddle Stevens and j Lutey refreshments will be served by the daughters of St George and the balance of the evening will be devoted to old English games accommodation being limited admission is to members of the order and their friends Only More talk on Soo Une Extension there seems to be Little question but that the proposed Railroad line of he Soo Railroad connecting Mellen with the twin cities will be built the coming summer or Active head of the Soo Railroad was n Duluth last week and in an inter View in the Duluth papers in which in told of the extensions of the Soo Railroad this year the line Between Mellen and Reserve was mentioned As on the list to be constructed Reserve s a Small town East of Hayward in Sawyer county and the Soo Railroad is a line that has been gradually expended from their main line at Cam Eron until it now reaches Reserve Between Reserve and Mellen there is a distance of Only about fifty Miles and when this cutoff is completed he Soo will have a direct line from the twin cities to Ironwood Hurley and and by making a connection there with the South Shore railway it would be a direct line Clear through to Marquette Ishpeming and the Copper country undoubted y As soon As this line is completed he Soo Railroad will run through trains from Ironwood and Hurley to he twin cities and ultimately Start Hose trains in the Copper country so that such a train connecting the cop per country with the twin cities would prove a very profitable schedule there is been a Good Deal said regarding this cutoff Between Reserve and Mellen but the statement in the Duluth a ers of the interview with or Pennington is the first authentic state ment on the sews eminent Art lecturer coming the Art history club has secured mrs John b Sherwood of Chicago or a series of two lectures to be Given the evenings of april 24 and 25 in he High school auditorium begin Ning promptly at eight the subject of the first lecture will be the Hill towns of the Beautiful upper and lower Church St Francis and Giotto per Igia the umbrian valleys Perugine and Raphael and of the Sec Ond of the Renaissance in Art and literature the Medici and Michael Angelo churches galleries palaces life in a florentine both lectures will be illustrate d by stereo Ticon the slides having Jeen selected and coloured for mrs Sherwood while in Italy recently mrs Sherwood is a most eminent lec Turer on the subject of Art and rare venings of enjoyment Are in store for All who attend the Ait history club invites the Public to be present there will be no admission charges children Are not invited i postal Bank opens May i postmaster Houk received word from Washington yesterday that the Ironwood postal savings Bank will be opened to the Public on May 1 or Houk has received Many of the Neces sary supplies and has been ordered to be at Houghton on april 21 to receive instructions regarding the operation of the postal savings depart ment president Hutching coming or Harry b Hutchins president of the University of Michigan will deliver an address to which everyone is cordially invited in the auditorium of the Luther l Wright school at p m next thursday evening april 20 As or Hutchins is an Elo quent speaker and a very Dos Tinquist de Man he should have a Large Audi ence i our grand1 it i n new arrivals every Day of French and English models and american adaptions a showing of the latest types and English designers and some of our own creations by development from their most accepted models our own productions Are splendid examples of style and skilful selection of the Best and most practical ideas of foreign makers in these we show unusual values at moderate prices we will greatly appreciate your visit to this department it it it my it respectfully Davis feb tour chaps disappear like when you use b d s peroxide Cream a Good for your hands Good for your face Good for your lips Good for shavers Good for chaps Good for girls Good for ladies Good for men Good for 25 cents City drug store 234 Mcleod ave easter special for easter Only to let the Public know the Quality of our Fine ice Cream we will with every Loc dish it 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank in meats there is a lot of satisfaction in knowing that when you place an order for meats you Are going to receive the very Best skilfully Cut and promptly delivered a trial order will convince you that we furnish you this us Swanson Bast mood phone 23

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