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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - February 18, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan 1bonwood news record volume 25 number 51 Ironwood go Gebic Michigan saturday february 18 1911 per year in Advance protect yourselves against impure and inferior products purchasing the Devoy i our goods hold an enviable reputation for purity and article being of the highest Standard obtainable for cab fruits and i James Devoy co Wjk wholesale and retail grocers Little by Little if persisted in will accomplish wonders Mammoth holes in hard Rock have been worn by Small but continuous drops of water Little sums of Money saved and from time to time deposited in this Strong Bank will in time make the owner Independent no one can Realise until he tried it How fast Little sums will accumulate or How soon they will grow into amounts that can be profitably invested never get the idea that you Are making to Little to Start a Bank account we will accept a Deposit of to Start an account and after that any amount May be deposited insurance in All its branches Agency new York life insurance co h m Erickson successor to Schobert Ericsson of Deco three doors from 1ostofllck notice from county clerk relative to primary election notice is hereby Given that at the primary election to be held in each precinct of the county of go Gebic state of Michigan at the usual pol Ling place in each precinct on wednesday March 1 1911 the following names of petitioners and no others will appear upon the official primary ballots to be used at said election said petitioners being candidates for nomination by the several political parties to the offices set opposite their respective names As indicated below Viz name and addresses of Republican party petitioners for name of office nomination circuit judge of thirty second judicial Samuel s Cooper Ironwood Mich the polls of said election will open at Oclock a and will remain opon until Oclock p m of said Day of election except that in townships uie hoards of primary election inspectors May in their discretion adjourn the polls at Oclock noon for one hour and provided that in cities of population or Over the polls shall be kept open until Oclock p Standard and provide further that in cities of less than Popula Tion when directed by the City common Council and in townships when directed by the township Board the polls of said primary election shall be kept open until Oclock p Standard time rated this nth Day of february 1911 John Lux mob clerk of go Gebic county at the ski tournament the Amateur con tests will begin at the professional con tests at p m the ski to armament Many famous riders Are Here Lor the big tournament tomorrow Anders Haugen of Chippewa Falls National Champion who Defeated the new professional Cham Pion Kempe at Stoughton last Fri Day arrived in Ironwood thursday for tournament of the Iron Wood ski club he was accompanied by his brother Lars Haugen Tollef hem Nestvedt and John Dela All of Chippewa Falls today trains will bring scores of riders Amateur state Capitol notes items of interest from the legislative Halls at Lansing 1 he Senate by unanimous vote has passed a Bill abolishing the office of commissioner of Mineral statistics and it is predicted that the Bill will go through the House without opposition this is one of the offices which governor Osborn in his Mes Sage recommended doing away with senator Collins of Bays has introduced a Bill providing for lowering the age at which children May leave school arid go to work to 15 years in Stead of 16 As now Anders Haugen of Chippewa Falls and professional among them Barney Biley of Coleraine and an unusually Large attendance of Star performers is assured the colder weather that the Bureau promises is just what is needed to have a record of 150 feet or Therea bouts made for the Ironwood slide the prizes will be awarded at the Alpha Omega club tomorrow evening following which there will be a ban Quet to which the visiting riders club members and subscribers to the tournament fund Are invited arrangements for the Comfort of the spectators at the Hill Are being made and the Linest contests of the kind Ever seen in this Section Are assured Wright and Bird two state officials will have no opposition in state convention superintendent of Public instruction l l Wright and Justice John Bird of the supreme court will have no opposition when they come up for renomination at the Republican state convention at Saginaw on March 2 when judge Birds name was presented to the delegates gathered at the state convention in Detroit last octo Ber he was nominated by acclamation and even the members of the demo cratic party calculated that it would be useless to place a candidate in the Field against him during the years that he Lias been superintendent of Public instruction l l Wright has made Many friends and it was mainly through his agita Tion that the legislature this year was prompted to take action which will change the method of distributing the primary school Money Ever since or Wright entered his present Ollice he has declared that the present system of apportioning the primary fund was unjust in every school District of the state he has explained the proposed change in the Law and this year the members of the legislature have entered upon the task of amending the Law with less fear and trembling than informer years so far neither judge Bird nor superintendent Wright have had any reason to fear opposition and at this late Date it is thought that no one will enter the Field against them if nominated and elected judge Bird will make Lansing his permanent Home at present he resides in Adri an the preparations Cor the grand Skir Mish which will be held at Pierce theater monday and tuesday even Ings february 27 and 28 Are now Well under Way those who have witnessed the rehearsals of some of the fascinating numbers on the program predict an unqualified Success those j who Are rehearsing Are enthusiastic Over the new music Cleve stunts and Graceful dances the program offers a great variety of entertainment there will be the merry minstrels who must be kept very dark a wonderful dance concert something really Good a Little musical affair in a German restaurant a song and minuet by six popular Young couples a dutch number which is invariable a hit number from the successful opera the arcadians now running in Chicago a Spanish song and dance a dashing song by six couple who Are arranged in race track finery and others the skirmish is full of Ginger and is War ranted a sure cure for the blues an act is to be introduced into the House making the practice of Palmis try Clairv Yaney astrology or any sort of Fortune telling a Misdemeanour in Michigan the argument is advanced that Fortune tellers prey upon the class of people least Able to afford it and consequently should be prohibited in the House last Friday efforts were made to get a vote on the Reso Lution calling for the election of United states senators by popular vote and also endorsing the Canadian treaty but both failed the reciprocity question was made a subject of a special order for feb 23 rep Verdier of Kent has introduced a Bill providing a penalty for any person offering a Check and which has no Money Back of it who does not make Good the amount of the Check within ten Days of its justices of the peace in Michigan will not lose their jobs attorney general Kuhn has rendered an opinion to the effect that it would be unconstitutional to legislate the justices out of Busi Ness and establish county courts in their Stead thus goes up in smoke one of the plans of reorganization of the judicial system in Michigan senator Moriarty is ready with a retaliatory measure against the lower Peninsula Farmers who for several sessions have raised the bugbear of the tonnage tax Over their Heads senator Moriarty now has in preparation a Bill providing specific taxes upon farm products which he declares he will introduce to give the Farmers i taste of the same thing the mines Are up against year after year the Bill would stand a pretty fair Chance of passage in the Senate at least and probably in the House senator Moriarty Bill if he follows out Bis present intentions will pro vide a specific tax upon farm products about As follows for each Bushel of Corn sold cent wheat 5 cents Barley 5 cents Rye 5 cents Oats 1 cent potatoes 1 cent peaches 5 cents pears 5 cents for each Bushel of apples 10 cents says senator Moriarty i think we can bring the Farmers within Range of the employers liability act 1 see no reason Why they should not be liable to reimburse a farmhand who is injured by a mov ing machine or Corn Cutter or other farm implement just As Well As the factory Man or the miners who must pay if our Bills go through for in juries to their men 1 guess the Farmers Are liable equally and we will see they Are brought within the Range of the acts when we pass the Bill introduced by representative Holland of Bessemer providing for a tax on Mineral reservations has been reported out by the House com Mittee to which it was referred and it is generally expected that it will pass As originally drawn the Bill applies Only to Iron and Copper but an amendment has been proposed which includes Salt Coal Gypsum the effect of which is to make the application of the measure state wide rather than discriminatory against the upper Peninsula there is Little opposition to the amended Bill at least up to the present time and the upper Peninsula interests Are said in Lansing to be satisfied with it that the mining tonnage tax Bill will be Defeated is now conceded but it is now known that a Bill pro Viding for a tax on the net income of All Industrial corporation will be substituted for it and this Bill will have the endorsement of governor Osborn it is in line with the recommendation made by the governor in his inauguration message some of the Farmers have a penchant for go ing after the mining properties on the ground that they should be compelled to pay More taxes than any other class of property in further Ance of this idea representative Bricker has brought his Bill providing for taxing the net incomes of the Iron and Copper companies of the state before the House committee on Gener Al taxation chairman lord announced that a Bill to include All Industrial Corpora Coti aimed on we 31 your Spring sewing we Are ready to serve you having taken advantage of a recent Ujj heavy Sale of Cotton piece goods has Given us an Opportunity of la placing on Sale one of the Best and largest lines of suiting mus Lins Cambric Nain Sook Long cloth Percale and Gingham of which we ask your inspection to 36 Inch Tower Mills unbleached Cotton per Yard 36 Inch Harding Tju bleached Cotton per cd 3g Inch Lockhart unbleached Cotton per cd 36 Inch Michigan unbleached Cotton per cd 36 Inch Sterling unbleached Cotton per cd 36 Inch product bleached Cotton per 36 Inch toilers bleached Cotton per 36 own bleached Cotton per 36 Inch Peerless Cambric per 36 Inch Fine spun Long cloth per 6c 6ic 8k 9k lie 8k 9k Loc 12c 15c Wash goods Everett classic zephyrs per bed Seal Gingham per 32 Inch Glen cover zephyrs per Short per Short per 32 Inch Percale per Yard Bonday Flannelette per Yard Short flan Nels per full Standard Outing flannels per wide sheeting and Wash dress goods at equally Low prices Davis f eur our chaps disappear like magic when you use h d s of peroxide Cream 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 oscarpe8pdung 234 Mcleod ave forget that we carry the Best line of fresh fruits confectionery tobaccos cigars and stationery also everything in x hot and cold drinks the Best goods pfc for the lowest prices is our motto f Anton Michaels 1 it 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank f r tie Best i 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 Bast phone 23

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