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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Iron Wood news record volume 26 number 4 1ronwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday March 25 1911 per year in Advance uniformity of duality is the attractive feature in decoys Best flour manufactured from selected of material it gives the Best Eek suits in All kinds of baking j James Devolco Al wholesale and retail grocers Jar k4444444444444444444444444 Titi of Good news is always Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Linen Lawn carrying the essentials of 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 Ninny of the Crane Imhee Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m f Mccabe co druggists caucuses were tame Rew contests and most of Ward officers were renominated although the citizens caucuses held thursday evening were fairly Well attended nearly half of the Vot is being out in several wards but few contests developed there were no fights for the selection of delegates to the City convention to be held this afternoon which will nominate candidates for mayoralty clerk and City treasurer the renomination of the present incumbents apparently being a forgone conclusion in the first Ward there was a close contest for Constable the informal ballot showing 23 for Frank Kopka and 21 for John Cvengros on the formal ballot Zopka won out by a vote of 26 to 16 for Cvengros the Only balls tag in the second Ward was for supervisor Robt a Douglas receiving 48 and Peter Mcdougal 4 in the third Otto Nattleblad opposed the renomination of Alderman Peterson the vote being 34to 18 in favor of or Peterson the promised contest for Alderman in the fourth to succeed Richard Banfield did not develop Fred w May being Nomin ated without opposition Emil Tsy Berg who has served the Ward As supervisor for several years refused to run again because he expects to be absent from the City much of the time and w a Cole was chosen in his place in the sixth Ward Alder Man Erickson was not a candidate for renomination de Jacquart be ing chosen in the seventh to Mcnanara was chosen to succeed Albert Eplett who recently resigned As Alderman except As noted All the old supervisors and aldermen were renominated the following is a list of the Ward nominees together with the names of the delegates chosen to today City convention first Ward m Bush Tolan Kopka t Perkins Harry tonnage tax Bill killed j Senate decides to postpone further consideration indefinitely once More is the tonnage tax dead by a vote of 19 to 13 the Michigan Senate wednesday voted to indefinitely postpone consideration of the acts Laughton Bill which passed the House and was referred to the Senate there the Bill was referred to the committee on taxation where consideration was indefinitely postponed this was considered to be the last word but when the Granges of lower Michigan began flooding the Senate with messages of All sorts the com Mittee decided to take action accordingly the Bill was reported out wednesday with a recommendation that it do not senator Moriarty promptly moved that consideration of the Bill be in definitely postponed and made an impassioned speech against the tax he was followed by senators Fowle James and Collins All talking against it and by senator Kline for it the vote was called for and the Roll Call saw the Bill buried it is of course possible to take it up again but with the lineup As Strong As it showed wednesday there is Little likelihood of a reappearance of this Bugaboo this session of the legislature this Ishow the Senate voted to indefinitely postpone consider Bradley Cartier col Lins Foster Fowle James Kingman Mapes Miller Moriarty Newton f d Scott g g Scott Taylor Vander Werp Ward Weter White Wiggins against indefinitely postponing con Barnaby Conley Freeman Kline Lee Leidlein Mur tha Putney Rosenkrans Snell Vaughan Walter the matter was originally brought up As a retaliatory measure against governor Osborn in the Hope that the passage of the Bill would put him in a Hole to make him unpopular with the people but As the matter devel oped and it was discovered that the for opening next week Gbur Day Friday saturday 30 31 and april 1st new arrivals every Day of French and English models and american adaptions a showing of the latest types from French and English designers and some of out ohm creations by development from their most accepted models our own productions Are splendid examples of style and skilful selection of the Best and most i practical ideas of foreign makers in these we show unusual values at moderate prices we will greatly appreciate your visit to this department respectfully is save your Money there Are plenty of poor people where there should he none and the reason is that nearly All people Are extravagant a Man will hesitate to spend a Dollar on something he Doest need but a Nickel or a dime or a Quarter seems so Small that he lets it go without a thought and the Little pieces thus spent soon amount to not one but several dollars practice Economy in Little things save your Money and Deposit it in Bank it will buy you a Home some Day or take care of you when you Are too old to work Igot Febick National Bank 9 Ironwood successor to Seh Olert Erickson three doors from postal lick fire departments Are Neces sary and save much property but they cannot be relied upon always although they May put out the fire water May do As much damage As the lire fire insurance protects you against the loss by ire As Well As the loss by water damage a fire insurance policy in a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness is your Best Protection we rep resent Only such companies h m Erickson Barr we Tolan j w Mullen Ward m Bush second word a Douglas dear Munch Stevens Oscar e Olson k a Ward m Monroe third Ward Drazkowski Peterson Sod Erkid a Oneill Fred Tulele Adolph Mueller Ward m Ueller fourth Ward a Cole w May Els p Anderson delegates Peter Loyborg Richard Bank Reid j b Patrick Walter Winn fifth word c Brewer j Alexander Apps Rowe f j sul Livan George Brewer Ralph Hicks Ward b Rich Ards sixth Ward j Gribble Jacquart g Hedin s j Grib ble Andrew Stromquist John Junell Ward Hogan seventh Ward r Slade Alderman full Rich Ards Alderman to till b Mcnamara Lilja testing t b Mcnamara eighth Ward Blackwell or j Stevens j Stevens we Bond John Griggs we Bray Ward Bray game Warden Larson is Busy game Warden Claud Larson arrested Arthur still of Wakefield on March 20th for having four Deer hides in his Possession two of which were illegal hides Hill plead guilty and was assessed by Justice Andrew Olson Warden Larson also arrester Morris Rosendahl last saturday on a charge of buying and Selling Deer hides without a permit he plead guilty before Justice Haggerson of Bessemer and paid a Fine of and costs Davis Senate democrats were going to stand behind the Bill for the sole purpose of getting Back at a Republican govern or those republicans who do not agree with the governor decided not to give to them any Aid or Comfort and consequently turned against the Bill thus those who voted for it in the Senate were the democrats with those who live in such districts that it would have been political suicide for them to oppose a measure having the solid backing of the lower Penin Sula Farmers the u p democrats in the House Kappler of Houghton and Holland of Gog Etc valiantly fought the measure every step of the Way in the House but the Odds in the lower Branch were against the opponents of the measure it passing there by a vote of 6 to Wright talks on constitutional amendment l l Wright superintendent of Public instruction in an interview with the press correspondents at Lansing in relation to the proposed amendment to the Constitution relat ing to the distribution of primary Money says i urge the adoption of the proposed amendment because under the present system of distribution a Large number of school districts receive More primary Money than they use the teachers wages in the state your chaps disappear like magic when you use 2u b s Al 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 Druc store 234 Mcleod ave t dont forget 3 pfc that we carry the Best line of j fresh fruits j tobaccos cigars and stationery also everything in hot and cold first presbyterian Church George m Tourtellot minister Public worship at a m and p m next Sabbath morning subject mans push the pull and the evening Sermon the much mores lifes greatest music by the quartet and soloists Sabbath school at i a m Young Peoples meeting in the Chapel at p m approximate annually the amount of primary Money distributed annually approximates there Are approximately one thou Sand districts in the state which now have on hand enough Money or More than enough to pay the teachers wages and All tuition charges for a period of two years in Advance the census enrolment in these districts approximates if this Amend ment shall readopted when we come to distribute the primary Money we shall not count these pupils in making up the apportionment heretofore in making the apportionment we have divided approximately by this will make the per capita apportionment larger by about eight per cent no Pri Mary Money will go to those districts which have on hand enough Money to pay their expenses for two years or More until their surplus is reduced to a Point sufficient for a two year Supply they will then again participate All the Money will be distributed to the districts which have not a two year Supply on hand this will insure the Active use and expenditure of All the primary Money l b parkers play cast has scored a distinct Success in this its first season four companies of equal Merit have been sent Ventour by its managers manager Pierce has arranged for the appearance of this play at the Plecke theater on March 31 and it is being looked Forward to As the event of this theatrical season seats at Mccabe on wednesday i the Best goods for the lowest prices is our motto 9g i Anton Michaels it 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank m444444444444444444444444 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 1o Bast Albod phone 23

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