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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - March 4, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Ironwood news record volume 26 number 1 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday March 4 1911 per year in Advance Vou a Large assortment of Cable delicacies to assist you in getting Good things to eat during the lenten season strawberries impair tax fresh fruits and vegetables the Market Jame Devoy co wholesale and retail grocers 9f have you seen it 4 were giving it away it the Zymola express a big Strong handsome play Wagon is waiting in our Jav Ujj window for some Bright youngster to Jujj it come and take it Home Fri it we will give it to the boy or girl Ufi it who brings us the most Zymola Trokey in coupons on or before april 1st 1911 come Tell you All about it j it 1 m f Mcc Abe co Blu gusts deposits a Wise Man abhors waste and it is the worst kind psf waste to let your Money he Idle when it might be earning something when you have some extra dollars that you have no immediate use for make them work for you you had to work for them and turn about is fair play bring your Morfey to us and get a certificate of depos it we will pay you 3 per cent on it you Are absolutely insured against loss in Case your certificate of Deposit is lost or destroyed we will furnish you with a duplicate go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich l Choice of All parties insurance in All its branches Agency new York life insurance co h m Erickson successor to Schobert Erickson office three doors from Post office Hon s s Cooper is renominated for Cir Cuit judge without opposition Hon Samuel s Cooper of Ironwood is the Choice of the Republican democratic and prohibition parties for circuit judge of the thirty second judicial circuit comprising the coun ties of go Gebic an Ontonagon judicial primaries were held throughout Michigan on wednesday and while there were heated in Many circuits notably in the cop per the conditions inthe other circuits of the upper Peninsula were similar to those Here judge Fla Migan of Norway and judge Steefe of the Soo like judge Cooper of Iron Wood being renominated without opposition friends of judge Cooper circulated petitions in the District requesting the Secretary of state to permit the printing of his name on the Republican democratic and prohibition Pri Mary ballots but the attorney Gener Al ruled against acceptance of petitions other than those of the party to which judge Cooper belongs resulting in Els name finding a place Only on the ballot of the Republican party a sufficient number of judge Coopers friends in the other parties to the1 polls and voted for him on wednesday however and his will be the Only name to appear on the Judi Cial ballot to be voted in this circuit in april the news record assures the peo ple of the circuit that judge Cooper is not unappreciative of the Honor they have done him it is a Fine com a lament this joining of the people of different political affiliations in com ing together on common grounds for the Choice of one to preside Over what is truly the Peoples and he is a Man of no Ordinary ability who can command this unanimity of sup port the people of thirty second circuit Are proud of judge Cooper and we know that he fully appreciates this weeks primary results the news record has been unable to secure the returns by precincts but the following figures show the unofficial returns Foi judge Cooper in the two counties go Gebic Ontonagon brighter steel Outlook operations of the steel Industry on the whole Haye risen to about 70 per cent and Are still increasing the big Riverside Plant of the National tube company at Wheeling w which has done but Little since 1907 has been put in operation two blast furnaces will go in blast now while the steel making and finishing depart ments will Start next week when a Stock of Iron has been accumulated and the finishing Mills have been started the 70 per cent of capacity to which the Mills Are operating it must be remembered is a greater capacity than was represented in the total of 1907 the present 70 per cent would be about 83 per cent of the whole capacity of that year an excellent showing continues to be made by the tin plate Mills and the Industry is now operating to practically full time the american Sheet and tin plate company of the United states steel corporation has started on full time its big Shenango Plant of thirty Mills and its Greer Plant of Twenty Mills some companies Are booked to their Complete capacity Over the next six months and Are be ing flooded with requests for urgent shipments l l Wright is renominated Saginaw March l Wright of Ironwood was renominated without opposition for superintendent of Public instruction at the Republican state convention Here to y justices Ostrander and Bird of e supreme court were also re nominal without opposition As was or l c Hubbard of Houghton for University Regent the upper Peninsula candidate for agricultural College Board or Mccormick of Menominee failed to land Beaumont of Wayne and Woodman of Berrien won out in Field of five for two places to be filled Robt a Douglas House votes for tonnage tax following More than three hours debate tuesday afternoon the Graves Mcnaughton tonnage tax Bill was passed by the House by the vote of fifty five to thirty seven three efforts to Amend the Bill failed while one to substitute the word refined Copper instead of Copper Ore was successful a motion to have action postponed for a week introduced by representative Bierd for speaker Baker was also Defeated the representatives from the upper Peninsula fought the measure hard knives and Forks at a set As Good As the Best and better than most our own Brand c m bean miss Bowden renominated harmonious meeting of go Gebic county republicans held Friday night a Large and representative gather ing of the republicans of go Gebic county was held at the City Hall in this Cit last Friday night for the purpose of nominating a candidate for county commissioners of schools and electing nine delegates to represent go Gebic county in the state convention held on March 2 at Saginaw Bush chairman of the county committee Pas chairman of the con j Alexander Secretary miss Laura Bowden of Ironwood who has filled the position of county commissioner of schools for one term was renominated As the party Candi Date for the place without opposition the unanimity of the action of the delegates was a deserved compliment to miss Bowden who has performed the duties of the office with much tact and ability the following delegates were elected to the Saginaw convention d e Sutherland Bush l c Brewer c e souk j s Monroe Harry Barr Kobe a Douglas Ironwood g s Barber w it Truettner Bessemer arrested for shoplifting mrs Mary Zebenski daughter Josie and mrs Stella Kalinski and daughter Pearl polish residents of the Puritan mine location were arrested last saturday afternoon on the charge of shoplifting they had Visi Ted the Raesser and Perl stores and when caught in the act of stealing were looking Over some rings and other jewelry in of e Atwoods jew Elry store the clerk in Atwoods saw one of the women take a ring and demanded its return and it was Given up after the women left the clerk noticed that several rings and pins were missing from the jewelry cases and later or Atwood who was away from the store at the time was notified and he sent out after the women they were caught a Short Dis Tance from the main Street Bridge while on their Way to Ironwood and chief Swanson placed them under arrest when searched at the county jail jewelry to the amount of was found about them and also a pair of trousers taken from Raesser store and a lot of dry goods from Perls store the two women and their daughters were Given a preliminary hearing in municipal court monday afternoon on the charge of grand larceny their guilt was easily proven and they were bound Over to the Cir Cuit court under 8500 Ball each on tuesday they All appeared before act ing county judge Mccully and plead guilty to the charge and on next tuesday will receive their sentences the penalty for grand larceny is from one to live years in Waupun this is not the first time the women have been caught in the act of stealing As we understand several of them were fined in Bessemer recently on the same charge they doubtless expected a Fine if caught Over Here but with a prison term staring them in the face the two mothers will doubt less now realize the enormity of the crime leniency will doubtless be shown the two daughters As they Are both Young and not entirely to blame Miner Rosbolt hat shop Anna e Rosbolt returned wednes Day from Chicago Liere she spent the last two weeks carefully selecting the Stock for her new millinery Parlours mrs Rosbolt made arrangements with one of the leading millinery con Cerns to secure one of their House de signers to take charge of her design ing and trimming department owing to the fact that Ironwood has never had an Independent exclusive millinery department the Rosbolt hat shop will undoubtedly be very popular and it is unnecessary to add thab mrs Rosbolt will be ready to gladly serve and patiently perform All duties and courtesies due to her millinery patrons and she solicits her share of the Large millinery business in Ironwood and Vicinity As Mana Ger of several departments for others her millinery career has been a great Success and now with an ambition to Start for herself we venture tos Ayshe will be very successful mrs rus Bolt with her designer and makers will begin work in the designing and trimming departments next monday and the dates for the grand opening will be announced later old English Tea treat the old English Tea to be Given at the first methodist Church by the senior Bible class will be followed by an entertainment All for 25 cents a Large number of people Are talking about it and those who wish to at tend and enjoy the Tea and entertainment had better secure their tickets As Early As possible remember the Date thursday March 16th the proceeds will go to the new Church building fund w i just received a Large assortment embroideries laces and Wash goods a the latest and Best the Market affords Correct merchandise at the lowest possible prices Quality considered Davis your chaps disappear like magic when you use h d s 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 234 Mcleod ave i Pont forget i u that we carry the Best line of 16 fresh fruits confectionery it tobaccos cigars and stationery pfc also everything in it and cold it the Best goods for the lowest prices is our motto Anton Michaels 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank of 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 1o Kast phone 23

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