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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Iron Wood news record volume 26 number 41 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday december 16 l911 per year in Advance we Are prepared to fur Nish everything for your table for the Holiday season All the fresh fruits and vegetables the Market affords can be found at our store Sullivan co urn be when looking for such Christmas gifts As Fountain pens pennants icy hot bottles Box paper Box Candy toilet sets perfume and toilet Waters Cut Glass Ware old wines All going at Cost m f Mccabe co Day no 53 night phone no 369j pm primary Law boiled Down i Hes the goods Secretary of slate prepares statute in that what the mining journal says l l Wright is tie Jackson citizen press Pat Urda understandable form Secretary of state Martindale has taken the primary Law As passed by noted the presence in thatch Tyhof l l the last session of the legislature and j Wright state superintendent of Public boiled it Down into a form where it instruction who was there on a visit can be understood without looking of inspection of the Public schools Over several pages of finely printed he had the teachers of the City As Law and which judging from inquiries Sera bled in the High school building coming into the Secretary of states where he addressed them on the sub mount you make the coining Christ Mas a joyous one for your wife son or daughter by depositing to their credit at our savings or More As a Ornas gift appreciate such a proud of their Bank account and strive to increase it act upon this suggestion today while you think of per cent interest will be added to the amount from january 1st office is not understood by a majority of the voters of the state first it must be understood that there will Beament renew enrolment which will be held saturday Jan 27 and monday april 1 1912 on these two dates All electors in the state who desire to vote in the future should see to it that they Are enrolled it is thought that the january enrolment will be heavier in the cities than in the country districts As it is generally conceded the Rural Voiers will be More Apt to enrol at the april enrolment the general primary election Day will be tuesday aug 27 at which time the following officers Are to be nominated governor lieutenant gov error to s senator congressmen state senators representatives county officers such officers in cities of Over holding election in novem Ber and officers of All cities adopting primary and electing officers in no vember in those cities holding elections in april the primary will be the first wednesday in March hereafter no candidate aspiring for Jet of school methods and their work As educators later he met the Board of education an gave them his views on the proper objects of school train ing and the necessity of keeping these to the fore if the schools Are to be made for the purpose of preparing the Youngford the work they will have to do in their after life or Wright dwelt earnestly on the advisability of eliminating the frills and fads in school work giving More attention to the grades and less to the higher branches of study he brought to the attention of the Board the significant fact that Only 5 per cent of the children who enter the Public schools take a collegiate course after Ward hence that insofar As the work of the Public schools has in View pre paring pupils for College it is in a Large degree Effort wasted his idea is that the course of training in our schools should have average boy in View and girl preparing the for the places go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich f playing with fire is dangerous that is exactly what you arc doing As Long As you without fire insurance to do not believe you Are taking the Chance of ruin to save the moderate Cost of the policy we Issue to prefer to believe it is Mere Case of the Holiday season is usually accompanied by Many fires iced this reminder protect yourself from the loss that one May cause you h w er1ckson of pick thrjc1 doors from p o a state office shall be deemed Nomin ated at a primary election whose party does not cast 15 per cent of the vote cast by such party for Secretary of state at the preceding elec Tion failure to obtain the necessary 15 per cent will mean that the Candi dates name will not appear on the official ballot at the time of the elec Tion the vote necessary in the state at Large for the different parties is As follows prohibition socialist and socialist labor 184 some interesting information is also Given on what is required in the line of ballots election commissioners Are in the future to prepare 50 per cent More ballots than the total cast for Secretary of state by each party ballots to be used must be on inspection three Days prior to distribution for use Blank ballots to be prepared for parties having tickets in Field at preceding november election Candi dates names Are not to be printed on ballots at a special primary it will be unlawful to distribute slips or elec Pioneer within 100 feet of the polls canvass of votes to be made by same of ulcers and primary As votes cast for candidates enrolled As of a different party not to be counted Here Are still More facts to be understood a special election for the submission of a proposition must not be called on any regular primary Day in special elections to Lill vacancies in counties or districts the primary is to be held the tenth Day prior to the election when the tenth Day Falls on sunday then the Day prior is to be at the same time after for general elections they must take when they go out in to the world to make their Way by their own efforts instead of fitting them for careers beyond their capabilities or ambitions in this heis in Accord with Many thoughtful friends of education who have arrived at the conclusion that the Public schools of the country especially in the cities Are attempting to do too much and Are for that reasons failing to do As much As they might this is substantially the idea advanced by May or Gaynor of new York in what he said to members of the Board of Edu cation of tie City of new York when he spoke to them on the same subject recently Michigan has never had a superintendent of Public instruction who brought to his work a higher Concep Tion of duty or a More practical knowledge of educational work than or Wright is bringing to Bear on the task of lifting the educational system of the state out of the rut into which it has settled he is rendering the state service whose value cannot be overestimated in giving the right direction to the work being done in the schools through just such meetings As those at Tackson reported by the citizen press if the people of Mich Igan Are Wise to their own Best inter ests they will keep or Wright in the position he is 111 Ling so conscientiously and capably so Long As he can be persuaded to remain in count ing the terms he holds the Manuette mining journal married at Antigo Irving w Durkee eldest son of the late John g Durkee was married to m iss Clara Wolfgramm on dec 7 at Antigo the Groom has a Host of friends in Ironwood who chosen county conventions must be wil1 extend congratulations and wish held after aug 27 and not later than sept 11 Here is one that will prove interest ing All county conventions of the same party Are to be held on the same Day and the Call for county conventions is to be issued by the state Cen trial committee in its Call for state convention delegates to county conventions Are to be certified by chair Man of the state Central committee to boards of election commissioners and county chairmen on or before july 27 All vacancies in delegation Are to be filled by the delegates present the state convention shall not be later than oct 5 and not less than ten Days after the meeting of the state Board of canvassers and therall is to be issued by the state Central him and his Bride Prosperity and Hap piness upon their return from their wedding trip or and mrs Durkee will make Mother on West Aye Street the an Tigo journal of dec 8 contained the following mention of the wedding Irving w Durkee of Ironwood Mich and miss Clara Wolfgramm of the town of Hoepke in marriage evening at the parsonage of the Unity evangelical Church Rev Carl Nagel Olli coating the couple were attended by or and mrs s j Lynde the Young couple left on the limited for an extended wedding trip to Tennessee and other Points South after returning they will reside at Ironwood the Home of the Groom who is an employee of the committeenotlaterthanjuly27 the c n w qty county committee of each political party except chairman and Secretary shall be chosen at each county convention held after the August Pri Mary candidates for county officers of each political party nominated at the August primary Man and Secretary of county commit tee county canvass of votes shall be held on sept 3 and the state canvass not later than sept 1c county re turns Are to be certified to the Secre tary of state not later than sept 6 will recommend game Law revision at a meeting of the upper Penin Sula sportsmen association held tuesday at Marquette a committee of four was named to redraft the existing game Laws of Michigan and take whatever Steps May be deemed necessary towards securing favourable legislation in the interest of game preservation in order that the senti ment of the upper Peninsula May be thoroughly ascertained sub commit teemed will be named from each county local meetings will be called and steel co has big orders perfected to go before the next the unfilled orders of the United legislature with sufficient strength to states steel corporation at the begin bring about the desired revision the Ningon the present month were near sportsmen association committee is by a million and a half tons More than made up of t b Wyman Munising j at the corresponding Date one year j president of the u p sportsmen ago the corporations unfilled or association Sherman t Handy of Derson november 30 were the Soo or Hubbard of Houghton tons As compared with tons and Robt a Douglas of Ironwood 1 on october 31 1911 and tons we will engrave free All goods Pur on november chased from us c m bean i Alq i received 300 new Sample cloaks very Choice and Nobby creations expressing the latest 1911 Winter styles on Sale today and monday at one half the usual Price Davis Fehr it 4k it 4k it 4k it it it it it it a general line of Holiday gifts City drug store i i i twin City Iron works Hurley Wisconsin under Iron and brass castings made to order repairs on a kinds of engines and machinery also stove castings dealers Franklin air cooled cars and others Automo bile Gas engines repairs a specially automobile supplies in Stock Shand lessees Tib Best h b 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 Gus Swanson 41o Bast Mcleod ave Rilon 23
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