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-An Order of Knights
of Pythias Recently
'Officer Elected Wednesilnj-
Tke N. w Lode Nisrt Out I'udvr
Auplrunu t Ireunia'auofw and
I'rcmivrit to FlourUh.
La-iriuru no has a lode of the ordr
of Knights o! r.vtLid the organization
bavioi; been Effected at a meeting held
lat Wednesday eyeniDj;. The new lodge
t ir;s out under nicntauspicuouacircuni
itaooeii and promise to t e in a nourish
ing condition in tbort order. About
thirty member came in while the charter
"was open and a number who now belong
to Charity lodge, of Red Jacket, but
who mode in Laurium, intend to ailiiiate
with the new orcanizition. The cttkera
Jfcted are as follows:
C Joseph II. Marpby.
V. C Ben Swartr.
K. of U. Jt S. Morgan William.
J'ivlaf fhon. Ivpy.
-4. of E J-John SikttQ-eu.
XI. of '. Jacob Dahl.
"W. of F. Joeeph Mathewp.
M. of A I). It. McCantey.
O. (J. Tho8. William.
-I. ti . Motes Uanuitnni.
Vfcerebas probably been more money
'f.pent on the work 03 the streets of Lau-
rr.ctL zi 1 cuamer than 1a any yea? e:nce
village has ben incorporated, The
' rork includeH tht newer pip and water
piW that bas been put in thin numtner.
leteide of that but very little has been
expended in actual street Improvements.
Tt: road way of the village have been
Vept :n very good condition, however
;ie tiiere ha been no urgent demand fo
iEprccrment in this line. It in probab!
r.4S.t conHiderable money will be 8pent
asxt season in this manner.
l.i'i!rbal ilcCarron arrested a painter
ho jrave hi name a Abram Hjtineen
' tbw other afternoon far being drunk on
tke street. Hytinten had a great deal
.mor Laurium tire water than he could
rtrry 'itn any degree of comfort, and
fcee ef s by the marshal was lying full
Zgth on hrl back in the mud. The big
maivbal had to carry him to the jail
ThcfoUowIcg morning he was brought
oore Judge ilurphy, but could net
"ra remember that he had been drunk
luc rad no recollection of what be had
tlote ;c the previous day or two. How
ver he pleaded guilty to the charge and
tacnd gone good kind friends to settle
tk fine for kim.
ri . . . .
mere was a, very pretty weaaing in
- Lriuriua) last Wednesday evening when
Mr. Angus McLeod was united in matri
atony to Mwa Aggie Kennedy. The cere
a0D7 was peiformed at the home of the
iffce in the presence of a large circle of
friecis of the happy couple. Dr. I)
Valuer, pastor of the Presbyterian
ctKsrcb oSiciated. The bride wa attend
tj ttvs grooma sister, Miss Kate Me
Lmd, ecd Mr. Andrew Kennedy, brother
ul cfcs bride, acted in the capacity of best
:arca. 'After the ceremony, those present
"ri'iiown to a bounteous wedding sup
yrt2d the reniainderof the evening was
cwct in cerry making. The newly wed
& couple will reside on Hecla street
v-eid have the best wishes of numerous
cmtiaiy no opera company now be
oc tne public nae made such rapid
- rndeH as has the justly celebrated Cl
.urauwincuiuittDj. fv our years ajro
' tfcw organization t-tarted out entirely
rotnown and toda-y stands at the ton of
xbt ladder, as one of the foremost opera
-oejpan'.es in the land, not only in size
Set in the quality. -of music produced
itvs repertoire or the company Includes
TbeCirand Duchess," 44 A morita," "The
itt.ick ii UHsar," and other famous opera
n;irjues. A glance at the names of the
fading members of the company will
"'Krrbce the most skeptical that the pro
iici:wmarein idb namis 01 tho most
"wMa artistH. Minn Ueatrice McKen
t, tne prima donna sopraou, who held
' he fHrae punition with the Carletou
' 1 pra company, has a swwt yoice that
irw the h'?Mrts of her audiences every
1 1 .
moment nrie commences to
-n; ACe.e Harrington, the prima donna
jubrptre in well know from New York
to Kan Francisco as an artist of rare
ability as well as the original "Robinson
Trowx," J. Aldnch Libby, the famous
for rabusto, needs no introduction;
T-o'iir.e Lewis, a soprano, and Maude Al
fiaon, a contralto, b ive charming voices.
Madison is a charming soubrette
Cdward Ward, the tenor comique has
'tienn with the Calhoun Opera company
for the past three years and is a favorite
ver7where. Jack Allison is a basso
tt4tt in hard to beat. The orchestra
na&er the direction of Richard F Und
adds to the harmony and perfect
rendition of "Le Grand Duchess," which
wi!l be presented at the Red Jacket Opera
Syow.e, Monday evening, next.
Tbe lors et Health Wide Opea.
A. taff of eminent physicians and sur
poni from the Dritish Medical Institute,
o! Detroit, have at tbe argent solicita
tion ol a lar e number of.oatlents under
tbeir treatment In thle county, established
a permanent branch of the institute in
Calumet, in tbe Agni's block, over Grand
Union Tea store.
TbeM eminent gentlemen have decided
to give their services entirely free tor
three months (medicine excepted) to all
invalid who call upon them for treat
ment between now and November 1.
These services will consist not only of
consultations, examinations and advice,
! but aVo of all minor surgical operatiocs
The object in pursuing this course is to
become rapidly and person all va-quainted
with the sick and Billeted, and under no
condition whatever willauy charg be
made for any service rendered, for three
months to all who call before November
1. Therefore, tte mot humble in cir
cumstances can avail themselves ot tbe
most expert medical skill and without
The doctors treat all forms of deae
and deformity, and guarantee a cure in
every case they undertake. At the first
in'erview a thorough examination is
made and if incurable, you are frankly
and kindly told so, also advised against
spending money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh atd
catarrhal deafness: also rupture and all
diseases of the rectum are positively
curer by their new treatment.
Umce hours from v a. m. to o p. m.
Sunday 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Nottd MalTatlouUt Coming.
The visit of Mrs. Consul Booth-Tircker
to this city tomorrow is attracting a
good deal of attention both among tbe
mrmbers of the Salvation Army corpand
Mrs. Booth-Tucker is the talented wife
of Commander Booth-Tucker, chief in
command of the Army fore s in America,
and is the second daughter of General
Booth, founder of the Salvation Army.
She is quite a noted personage and all
who are in tny way interested in the
Army or the work being accomplished by
it in tbe United States and other coun
tries will be glad to see her.
Mrs. Booth-Tucker is said to be an ex
ceptionally good speaker and attracts
la ge audiences wherever she goes. Uer
addresses are of a kind that will interest
all whether they belong to the army or
She will be accompanied by her private
secretary, Brigadier Lewis, who is also a
very gifted woman. The latter is an ac
complished pianist and will have charge
of the musical portion of the program
Major Gi fiord of Minneapolis, who has
charge of the Midwestern division, will
also be a member of the party.
A grand reception has been arranged
for the party and they will be met at the
depot by the army and band) and
speeches will be made on the platfprm
and afterward at the hall. Special meet
ings will be held at the armory Saturday
evening and Sunday.
THE ROUND RADIATOR
Has one tbird more rndiaiing surface than any other stove made of equal
diameter. It burns wood or coal.
FULL LINE OF-
Vivian's Ontnhpr nooioin
Of The Best Makes
.. And All At Popular Prices.
At Bargain Prices
haJTCall and see what we have and
get our prices; full stock always on hani.
Carlton Hardware Co.,
Houghton - Calumet.
Overcoats And Ulsters,
Not Beyond Roach Of Tho Ordinary Pockotbook.
We ksow that men are particular and that the overcoat is to be the
dressiest garment, so we have provided good qualities of all kinds, whioh
the best dressed people would be pie ised with. Now they are ready. All
the f.tccy touches ol good tailoring, perfect in fit. and best of all, at band
some saving io price. Many dollars saved by buying one of the Overcoats
or Ulsters we sell at $G, ?8, $10. $12 or $15; also hundreds of Men's Suits
from $5 to flu to select from. We have underwear from 25 cents to $1.50
each. Trunks and valises at factory prices, Bear in mind, and don't make
a mistake, our store Is in tbe Anderson building, 31- Fifth St., Bed Jacket,
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
SIX Fifth Street. lied Jacket. - Anderson liulldluz
Cowh For Hale.
I have just received a carloads of fresh
milch cows, some Jerseys, which will be
sold at moderate prices. Milk and cream
for sale. Georok Demarois,
Portland street. Red Jacket.
Mr. John Speak, of Kirton Grange,
Kirton. Boston, Logland, is in the city
for a few days on bis way to tbe east
where be wilfsail for bis home in a short
time. Mr. Speak is on a tour of this
country and Canada and has vfcited yar
ious paints cf interest in this country
lie thinks America a great country and
that Canada will some d y be the fore
most of the Eoglisb possessions and that
its possibilities for the future ate not to
be und restimated, lie was more than
interested in what he saw here, particu
larly with the magnitude of tbe Calumet
and Hecla machinery.
This being Mubilee lear of tbe Im
proved Order of Red Men, the Great Sa
chem Robert Whinery of Grand Rapids
has granted a dispensation to Red
Jacket Tribe No. 42, to admit pale faces
at almost charter fee. This is a great
opportunity when you get to understand
that it is a four degree order. All those
who wish to take advantage of the same
cau do so by applying to
Wil,liam II. Hodges, Hecla.
John I). Rowe, Tamarack.
James Oliver. Red Jacket.
We call your special attention to ou
new Planished Steel Ranges as besides
being a perfect baker, the material,
secret process, does away with the old
complaint of the enamel Deeling and will
retain its lustre. K. Rvax.
in .. . . .
Glomes cleaning, dyeing, repairing
altering and, 'pressing promptly and
neatly done. All work guaranteed to
Michigan Dye Works
Oyer 312 Fifth Street.
10 the Itijlic: Whi'e excavations
are being made on our Oak street en
trance, tbe public can avoid the mud of
the street by going through the store.
Lost Between Calumet and Hancock,
a parcel containing photos. Fihder will
receive reward on returning pictures to
Will Evans left yesterday for bis home
o Great Falls after spending the greater
part of the summer in the copper country.
Wanted Furnished room, located
either Fifth or Sixth streets, for two
young men. Apply at News office.
The Tamarack Cornet band will give
a grand ball at the Light Guard Armory
on 8aturday night, October 23.
John Richards, of Great Falls, is hers
on a few weeks' visit with friends and
If you desire comfort in tbe approach
ing cold days the Peninsula Heater will
furnish it at tbe smallest expense. Call
and see tbe new stocks at E. Ryan s. '
A Ureal Marealn.
' An 1897 Monarch bicycle, second hand
ed, but only used three weeks for $ 40 at
F. A. Weider's.
Wanted A girl for general housework
in a small family. Apply at 414 Cedar
Lane, Red Jacket.
All goods bought at
value for your money.
Ryan's are lull
FOR SALE !
Parlor Heating Stoves.
-ALSO A FEW-
Rocking , Chairs
To Go At A Bargain.
Charles M. Polinsky,
No. 312 Fifth St. - - Calumet, Alich
Lost Between Lake Linden and Calu
met, a small box containing a parrot.
Finder please return to News office or
at Rule Bros., Lake Linden.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monflay; October 25
America's Representative LlRht Opera
55 ARTISTS 55
and their own superb Operstlo Orchestra
"La Grande Duchess"
Comlo Opera In 3 sets. 'The jollowlng grand
J A Id rich L'bbey Mlns Adelo Farrington
Edward Webb Mla Itnatrlnn MnK.n.l.
i AJllon . Mins Ixulae Lewis
M Walker Mies Maude Allison
Jack Barry MIm Stella Madlaon
Magnificent chorus of & voices. Dazzling El
PRICES $ 1, 75c, 50c.
Grata on sale Wednesday mornln at P.. nnm
tore. Carriages may b ordered at 10:60 p. in.
. . Stock.
MALT AND HOP BEVER
AGE NOW ON THE MAR
KET. SOLD EVERYWHERE
Bosch Brg. Co
ITALIAN OPERA HALL.
Two Weeks Ami Saturday
Oct, 25th to Nov. 6th.
The Itlnga of Itepertolre
LIST OF PLAYS FOE WEEKS OF,
Oct. 25 To Nov. 6.
Monday, 25th-Two Orphans.
Tuesday, 26th-New Colleen Ilawn
Wednesday, 27th-East Lynno
Thursday 28th-Waif of Klondyke.
Friday, 29th-Irlsh Dragoon
Saturday Matinee Tho Burglar
Saturday, 30th-An Irish Imlgrant
Q1. Ladles' jiSkig
r . - 'i
lVrfeetlv mnri.- '""dama
Ulack onlj $5.S0
i wr 7 C,0fe Cmy Bo, 'e Cloth
half lined, storm collar, double '
hiitcbed neame black $7.00
No CO Fine Crepon Bourie a0th
half lined. Ntorm collar, a bi2 C'
mer. Can't he he ' 1? buni:
I'Jain Kerney .lackeri., MatchL
bargainus at $7.50, $J.75 , 1
And up to.... , $25.00
Ladipt' Cepee, blacks
Only 90 to $20.00
MpHJ:,ri.r . Mamoth China Department
We have placed n falo an PARI QDAH TIIHIA '
Orlulnal Import Case of WILODAL tttinA.
Any other ntore would have to
kurna rnn 9.r( lur nrifA
charge you 25c Our pric? ir)
jePB than ho If. Each -C
Assortment corapriees . .
Oatmeals, Olives, ricks. Travs
.--v., A . . ,
AdmUalon 10c. Jleaeryed Meat. 13.
BED JACKET OPERA HOUSE
. . . TONIGHT . . .
Saturday Matlnee-In North Carolina.
Saturday, 23d-The Rose of Kerry,
Admission. 10, 20, 30 Conts
Every Department In our larjje Etablishmeut has Bome
ppciMl attraction for vnn
T Vivian Tp 9, Pn
ru rounn firets. w iiiiuuj vii u. uu Mirlilgaa.
mi . J
One thintf U certain-betted
FURNITURE of eerviceable qua!
ity has ne?er been prenented, ij
is all first-class; nothing shop
worn; all freeh, beautiful, bail!
to wear. Yours at a head
discount. Everything from J
Wicker Rocker to a MahogaJ
Tarlor Suit. You know the char
acter of our Furniture. It i off
wa ranted excellence. Call at oJ
store and inspect the good.
Fornlture Ht. re,
Scott Street, lied Jarkit
NEW AUTUMN CLOAKS.
KfflV'?lZW.ZZ, n" Autumn Xfnp., All crehlt
rosltivel "riiht n ) . . i rwoKiiizea leaaers in the raslilon worm
"ve jj n Jabrlei, In lensths, In designs and irr price. "
Ctiupnrlson serves only to make our pre-eminence
Jaekets And Capes
md8 ui In smooth and roaih clou,.. '
v1frackan Capos an'' Astrackan Jackets
Sll,aanVdVean,Ce Uu f U'e
Then comes our Immense line of
Blaek Dress Goods.
LADIE3 If you are feeling Mue an-1
down In the mouth, Just look over our
iLuuifiiHu biock or nice, new iau urc
poods, in all the new shades and weaves or
me sei.son. especially our pattern drew
they are beauties, no two alike, See list o.
Neither the name nor the roo1 cant
improved upon. Plaids, Silk ana wow
ana an wool.
Whincorda and Fneneellnes.
The popularity of these goods needi no
We also oarry a fine line of VEOORAU
WHU'COUUS. Tho Ideal tailor-made
FIFTH STREET - rttti .taOKBT'
$35,000 Worth Of New Fall Go3
AMKnF'W AT JACOII (JART.VBR'H STOItEH AT
HAXtOCK AWI CALUMET.
Cloth Jackets And Plush And Fur Capes.
w e nave the largest etock of Cloaks and Jacket for Misses and Children,
Ladies' Flannelette, Flannel and Oordoroy Waists.'
Men's, Boys' And Children's Clothing.
Nerer before hare we shown such bargains as this season.