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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - March 18, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Ironwood news record volume 26 number 3 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday March 18 1911 per year in Advance oct w or von a Large assortment of Cable delicacies to assist you in getting Good things to eat during the lenten season strawberries and All the Presb fruits and timetables 1 f i it it the Marhart affords James Devoy co wholesale and retail grocers off City politics next Vic to to to take be of Good news is always a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Kitten Lawn carrying the essentials of Good taste and Correct form with the message it is the Correct writing paper at All times and for All people there is none better made we have All the latest Crane novelties and Many of the Eaton Crane of fac Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m f Mccabe co druggists the Gateway to Success b there is scarcely a limit to the ways in which a Man May achieve financial Success the arts trades professions merchandising and manufacturing have All contributed to our men of wealth but there is one fact which must strike the thoughtful person no Man Ever won riches without Mak ing use of the Bank did that thought Ever occur to you the account is the key to Opportunity de posit your earnings in this Strong Bank where they will be carefully guarded for you and your growing account will open the Way to Prosperity we offer you every inducement in the Way of safety service and consideration insurance in All its branches fire life Accident and health insurance placed in leading companies we do not represent any com Pany of doubtful financial h m Erickson successor to sci10bert Erickson office three floors from Posto Allce Call issued for citizens Ward caucuses and City convention the fact that the Spring elections Are Only a Little More than two weeks off is revealed by the Call of the Citira Zens party issued this week for Ward caucus son thursday March 23 at each of the Ward caucuses candidates will be nominated for supervisor Ald Erman and Constable and delegates elected to the citizens convention to be held at the City Hall on March 25 at which the party candidates for mayor City clerk and treasurer will be chosen there has been very Little doing in town politics so far but it will be surprising if some warm contests for places on the Ward tickets do not develop by next thursday evening the news record understands that neither supervisor Emil Nyberg nor Alderman Richard Banfield of the fourth Ward will seek reelection this Spring among the names being Dis cussed in this Ward for supervisor Are those of capt g a Anderson arid w a Cole and for Alder Nan those of f w May w o Trezise Oie Are heard it is stated that All of the retiring supervisors and aldermen in the other wards of the City will be candidates for re nomination and re elections it looks As though d e Sutherland would again be the Only candidate for mayor and that Jacob Nelson and win d Snyder would be unopposed for treasurer and City clerk the Call for the citizens caucuses and convention follows citizens cily convention a Delegate convention of the Citi Zens party of the City of Ironwood will be held in the Council Chambers in the City on Satur Day March 25 1911 at p m for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the various City Ollices to be voted for at the regular City election to be held on monday april 1911 As follows one mayor one City clerk one City treasurer also for the purpose of electing a chairman and Secretary of the Citi Zens City committee for the ensuing 3rear and for the transaction of such other business As May properly come before the convention representation in said convention shall be by order of the citizens City convention one Delegate for every Lifty votes or major fraction thereof cast for mayor at the preceding City election april 4 the several wards of the City will be entitled to representation in the convention As follows dels first Ward 4 second 155 3 third 105 3 fourth 221 4 fifth 4 sixth 185 4 87 2 eighth 197 4 caucuses to elect delegates to the City convention and to nominate candidates for Ward Ollices will be held in the several wards of the City on thursday March 23 1911 the chair Man and Secretary of each Ward Cau Cus Are requested to certify to the Secretary of the citizens City com Mittee a list of the delegates elected to the City convention also the names of the candidate nominated for Ward Ollices in order that the Prima Facie Roll of the convention May be arranged and the certificates of nomination prepared for the Board of election commissioners rout a Douglas c e Houk chairman Secretary dated Ironwood March 1g 1911 status of traction Deal go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich lift twin City people give new option to the Appleyard interests the negotiations Between the own ers of the Street railway electric lighting and water plants of Ironwood and Hurley on the one hand and the so called Appleyard interests on the other referred to in these columns were brought to a definite Conci usion at Milwaukee last Friday was predicted All questions in dispute were settled the suits for damaged for failure of specific performance applications for intervention or appraised by skateboards being either discontinued or withdrawn the decks were cleared and Mel d Kelson representing the Public Utility plants named gave the Appleyard interests composed of Wisconsin and new eng land capitalists a new option for Pur Chase running to sept 1 the news record is informed that under the terms of the new option or Nelson has deposited with trus tees in Milwaukee All stocks Bonds and other evidences of ownership in the plants the same to be delivered to the Appleyard people when the latter pay Over the Purchase Price which is understood to be in the neighbourhood of the Deal May be consummated on the first Day of any month up to sept la and if pay ment of the Purchase Price is not made by the latter Date the option terminates by limitation or it d Sullivan who is the local representative of the Appleyard interests has intimated this week that the Deal will probably be closed on May 1st and is sure that the time will not run beyond june i 1910 Ore shipments the Iron Trade lie View of Cleve land has just published a table show ing the shipments of Iron Ore from the Lake Superior districts both by Lake and All rail for the year 1910 the following tables show the ship ments of the various mines of the go Gebic Range and comparative ship ments of ranges and shipping ports go Gebic Range in 1910 Gary and Harmony Iron m Norric Ottawa Puritan sunday West shipments by ranges Gross tons 1910 Marquette Meno Menec gobble Vermilion m 91 shipments by port and All rail Gross tons 1910 two total by total by Council re passes franchises at tuesday nights meeting of the Mon Council the franchises Grant g the Appleyard interests the right construct and operate Street rail Way and lighting plants in the City of these being the franchises passed by the Council and approved by the electors last were re passed in amended form and will be submitted to the voters of the City at the election on april 3 three changes of More or less importance were made in the franchises the first gives the Council the right to designate other streets than those origin ally agreed upon on which the com Pany May be required to extend its tracks the second gives the Council Power to require the removal of All Snow that the company cars or plows throw into the streets and the third change extends the time from july to december 1911 in which the company May Start work on its plants and gives it until december 1912 to Complete them and have cars running Between Ironwood and Bessemer the full text of the two franchises will be found on another Page of this Issue of the to Trews record alumni meet april 13 go Gebic Range of m graduates to entertain president Hutchins announcement is made of the forthcoming visit of president Hutch ins of the University of Michigan to Ironwood on april 13 when the go Gebic Range alumni of the University will be in session in this City the purpose of the meeting of alumni is to perfect an organization to be known As the go Gebic Range alumni association of the University of Mich Igan president Hutchins will visit every county in the upper Peninsula this Spring and similar Steps will be taken elsewhere North of the Straits in addition to upper Michigan count ies president Hutchins will be in Duluth and Petoskey in lower Michigan last performance tonight East Lynne the Evergreen Suc Cess was the offering of the Franci Green Stock co last evening at Pierce theatre a new version of this popu Lar play and something out of the Ordinary in costumes scenery Anc electrical effects the company Wil close its weeks engagement today with a matinee and night perform Ance at the matinee a country girl Wil be presented and Sis per for the night performance Spring millinery ready for selection when we Start to talk about hats words seem to utterly fail in expressing the snap and style of the hand made suit these Are full of the character and distinction that the Fash Ion Lover seeks and she appreciates it at a glance selections Are growing Lar Ger every Day and the style developments in Novelty braids and rough straws such As Yedda hemp Ramie split Jap and italian straws Are wonderful indeed on the whole hats Are smarter and More reasonably priced than one would expect Ito is y i your chaps disappear like magic when you use s Lloro Xii 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 civets City drug store 23a Mcleod ave Pont forget that we carry the Best line of fresh fruits confectionery tobaccos cigars and stationery also everything in cold drinks the Best goods 1 for the prices is our motto Anton m 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank in meat 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 Twu Hod phone 23

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