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Building BoomStrikes Laurium With Re newed Vigor. Many House Heine Ereetacl Oarar Ilarakl Vh Wan Convicted f mealing Two (urier ef Meef Fined 93 and Coat. New bouFea are already going up in Bollman's addition to Laurium with wonderful rapidity. Notwithstanding the fact that the lots were put on Dale only a few months aco, no lees than fou dwelling are already well under way and the purchaser of many of the other lotH are anxious to build on tbtir prop erty but cannot until the land in leveled John Manley has utarted to erect a neat residence on Amygdaloid street on his new lot, as ha also Mr. C. A, Vacquist who owns the lot adjoining Mr. ManleyV Both these house will be comfortable dwellings. On Ahmeek street ground has been broken for new homes for Aug ust Koskella and Mat Mustonen. Mr. Stephen flalley has the frame up for his new home on Amygdaloid street and there are quite a few more who intend building shortly. Although the building season has not yet fairly opened in Laur ium, throughout the city men are at work excavating for new homes. Oscar Uareki was up before Judge Murphy yesterday charged with larceny. Barak i has been living during the winter in the woods and when he came to town he generally purchased a lot of provisions for his borne, He is an unmarried man and bached on an old farm house by him self. Some time during the winter Fred Lide who resides in Laurium, claimed that Bareki Btole two quarters of beef from him. Lide claimed that the beef was kept in a cool building adjoining the house and that he knew that Barski tock them. Barski claimed that became to town one and Durchased the two quarters, but afterward got drunk and that he was not entirely responsible for what he did. At any rate when brought up he pleaded not guilty to the charge and wanted a jury trial which took place yesterday. The jury found Barski guilty and the judge imposed a fine r f $25 and costs which he reluctantly paid. It is figured that the b ef cost him about ?1 a pound, Attorney Sfreeter appeared for the people and O, J. Larson for the defendant. 8. C, E. Tuesday evening at 7;45. Week ly prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Music class Tuesday evening at 8:15. A cordial invitation is extended to all the services of this church. GERMAN Ki FORMED. Divine service at 3 p. m. at the Zion's German Reformed (Calumet Congrega tional) church. Sunday rchool every Sunday afternoon in the basement at 2. RED JACKET CONGREGATIONAL Preaching at 10;H0 a, m. and 7 o'clock p m. Preacbicg at both services by the pastor. Subject for morning, "Christ's Wish For His Children," and in the even Ing "The Beginning of the Gospel." The Sunday school will meet at 12 m and the music will open with a flute solo accompanied by the oundar fchool or chestra. Supt. Reynolds, and members old and young are requested not to for get their Easter offering envelopes. Junior Endeavor meeting at 4 p. m. Public cordially welcomed to all the meetings. CHRIST EPISCOPAL. The Holy Communion will be at 8:80, and with sermon at 10:20. Sunday school and Confirmation class at 12 in. and evening s rvice at 7. At the annual parish meeting held on Kaster Monday after morning prayer it was voted to adjourn until alter morning service on Sunday to enable the mnjor part of tbecongregation to attend and vote for the election of t he vestry the coming year, ine adjourned meeting will bo held on Sunday immediately after the 1 0:110 service, which will be shortened so as not to interfere with the Sunday school which meets at 12. Mi Is Stronger Foraker-Turpie Reso lutions Gain Several New Adherents. It markable Ileum. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, 111., makes the statement, that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was trfated for a month by her family physic ian, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure ber. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's .New Dis covery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottles.found he'self sound and well, now does her own housework, and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at D. T. Macdonald's, Calu met, and Belhumuer's drug stores, Lake Linden. Large bottles GO cents and SI Teller Introduce aSubstituto dirndl (oumi:h FIRST CONGREGATIONAL. Dr. Hunter will preach tomorrow at both services. Morning subject: "S.b bith Observance." In the eyeniug, "Interpreting Our Tims." Bible school and clasnes at 12 m. Monday; Y. P. S. C. E., to which all young people are hearti.y invited, at 7:30. Wednesday: Social worchip.followed by Sunday school teacher's study hour, at 7:30. Good music, by full chorus choir under the direction of Mips G randy chor ister and Prof. John M. Pearson, organ ist, at both services. Special in the even ing. All services of this church are free and open to everybody and a very cordial imitation is extended to everybody, es pecially strangers and ytsitors in town and young men to come and esjoy them. Morning worship 10:50, evening at 7. Please be on time. CALUMET METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Pastor Kerndge will conduct both ser vices, In the morning the tberoe will be, "Peculiar But Not Excentric." in the evening, Absolom, a Fast Young Man." Attention is called to the Sunday school hour at noon, also that on ac count of the Seryice of Song in the after noon there will be no session of the Jun ior League. Temple of Honor meeting at 2:30 Tuesday eyenlng Eoworth League de votional meeting. Wednesday evening prayer meeting. All strangers are cordially invited to be present at any or all of the services of this church. LAURtTM METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Sunday cbool will meet at 2:30 p m. .Preaching service at 3:30 p. m. at which Edward Jackman will preach. All Methodist families of the Tillage are in Titek to be present with their children and all others who may wish to come. Y. M. C, A. The third of the series of talks by Rev. 8. T. Morris at the Y. M. C. A. meeting tomorrow afternoon at 3:45. There will be special music. All men are earnestly invited to come promptly and bring their bibles. SALVATION ARMY. Knee drill , 7:00 m- Holiness meeting 10:30 a. m. Junior meeting 2:00 p.m. Family gathering 3:00 p. m. Prayer meeting 0:15 p. m. Saltation meeting 7:00 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERUS. Regular seryice at rresbyterian church Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock, con durted by the pastor, Evening seryice at 7 o'clock, Sibbath School at 11:50 a. m. Y. P. The "Bachelor's Honeymoon" com pany arrived m the city this morning and will appear at the opera bouee this evening. Every indication points to a rst class entertainment, as the Hough ton people were well pleased with the compary as it showed there lat evening. Scott's orchestra will furnish niucic uring tbe evening and tha following program ha been prepared: March ' Suburban" Michaels Valse dl Concert "FruhllDKBlIedcr" Toyrs (lavotte "A Paris" Spenaor Characteristic "At a Georgia Camp Me-tinz" KoeuDig The atltual Volunteer Ifeservr. So tar but few ot the residents of this place have thought proper to join tbe aboye named reserve. Enrollment blanks can be obtained at tbe News office, when they can be sworn to and forwarded to headquarters without any cost to the applicants. It does seem that a move ment of this patriotic nature should have met with more success than it has at present, particularly judging Irom tbe war talk indulged in by many of our peo ple. Mr. David Kingstor and bride arrived in the city on tbe afternoon train. Mr. Kingston was married a short time ago to Miss Dollie Osgood at her home in Chicago and they arrived yesterday from their honeymoon. Tbe wedding party at once drove to Eagle Harbor where they will reside. Reports from Kewee naw county state that they were greeted on tbe arrival by a shower of rice and old shoes that will long be remembered. The Maccabees' party to be given under tbe auspices of Lady Willard Hive next Monday eyenlng will ba a yery pleasant eyent from all indications as the ladies are making every preparation for an enjoyable affair. It will be a charac ter party. Karkeets's Ideal orchestra will furnish music for the eyent and Mr. James" Riney will act as prompter. The Triends of Mr. N. P. FilzGerald, "tbe Boston Copper King," have received announcements ot his marriage at Cbariestown, Mass., on Tuesday, tbe 12th ot April, to Miss Mary Ellen O'Leary. furntlare and Beddings. When renovating your home, look over our large yariety ot furniture and bed dings and onr low prices. Vkbtix Bros. TbeFongley stiff hat and fedora are recognized as the most stylish hat now worn. Hosking & Co. are the sole agents of this community. Only price f 3. Elegance and quality combined. Our millinery department Is well stocked with a large variety of French pattern bats and an endless variety ot shapes and trimming material. Vertin Bros. Reserved seats for the drama "Sham rock and Rose" to be produced at the Red Jacket Opera House Wednesday evening, April 20, can be secured at Ryan's store without extra charge. Mr. Adolph Ruhl was out from Hough toa jeeierday on bninees. Come to the Y. M. C. A, gospel meeting tomorrow at 3:45. Entire ICegulsr Army Has Jterelvfd Orders lo Proceed is tbe Ooaai Without Au) Dels)-. Special to the Evening News. Washington, April 10 The Foraker TurDie Cuban resolutions acknowledging the government of tbe present insurgents are said to hate gained several votes today. The dt bate is still on. Reports to the war department show that tie regular army, both oflicers and meu are fill lnibiiistic nnd losing no time gMiik; m the count ana in lorryeigut hour hii army will be ruobilixed on tbe GlllfCOHHt. Senator T.Her has introduced a resolu- tioQ us a ubmtute for the pending one now under debut . It recognizes there public of Cuba as the true and lawful government. It provides lor the imme diate ariutd intervention of the. United States if Spain does not withdraw and expressly disclaims any intention of conquest on tbe part of this country. Archbishop Ireland gives up hope peace and leaves the capitol. of Madrid, April 10 All able-bodied Span iards ordered to return to Spain us early as'possible. Special to the Evening News Southampton, Eng., April 1G Vessel which arrived here today reportsj seeiDg Spanish flotilla in tbe British channel. Special to the Evening News. Chicago, April 1G. Troops Irom this department will leave for the front on Tuesday. They will include the troops at Fort Sheridan, Fort Thomas, Ky., Forts Brady and Wayne, Mich, and Col ambus Barracks, O. There will be a wrestling match this evening at Wolverine between Williams, of the iron country, and David Morgan, of this city. It promises to be a good match. Auction sale at F. J. Goodsole's with out the auctioneer. Stock to be closed out within next ten days, building to he moved May 1. Genuine bargains these. Next to postoffice. Free exhibition of swimming and div ing at the Y. M, C. A. natacorium to night at 8:30 o'clock. All members who can swim are requested to enter. Capt. Ole FetersoD, of Hecla, is rejoic ing over the arrival cf a baby boy at his home a few days since. Tbe little one is doing nicely hs is also his mother. The Elks met for tbefirt time last evening in their new ball in tbe Bloy block. They now haveone of the neatest lodge rooms in tbe city. The Red Jacket band will give a dance at tbe Italian Hall this evening. Tickets are 50 cents a couple. Dancing at 7:30. Hosking & Co.'s stock is now complete in eyery department. Prices to defy competition, quality considered. Wanted A girl for light house work. No ironing or washing. Good wages. Call at this office. Step into Hosking & Co.'s. and buy oneot their trade winning tuits. Best yaluein town. Best pianos and organs in the county at special bargains, F. J. Goodsole's moving sale. Endless yariety of men's, boy's and children's suits at rock bottom prices at Vertin Bros. We make a specialty of single dress pat terns. No two alike at Hosking & Co.'s. Nice line of baby carrriages at John Dunetan's. Our prices are the lowest, The nobbiest and finest gent's, shoes in all toes and widths at Hosking & Co.'s. Dill man & Duerre, Dentists, street, aboye Eagle Drug store. Fifth Attorney O J.Larson was In Hough ton this morning on business. SB .. m 0 A Llttlo Money Will Go a Long Way, --A.T thxc- Richards Clothing Co., Holman Block, Rod Jackot. A Ltttlo Monoy Will " Go a Long Way, All Men's Suit! One-Third Off All Boys' Suits One-Half Off All Shoes at Cost All Extra Pants at Cost . . We Are Talking To You . . We have a stock of clothing for Men and Boys that we Intend Closing out Clean and Fast, and in order to do It right we have marked everything down at cost and below to makt a quick and clean sweep. as m All Neckwear ....at Oost All Hosiery at Oost All Shirts at Oost All Hats at Oost All Gaps at Ooit All Underwear at Oost Miners Boots and Shoes.. Below Oost Miners Underwear Below Oost ml !' n wf.U mh the greatest bargains ot your life if you don't take advantage ot this closing out sale. It is the beginning ota sale that will be bog rvmemb-red as underselling everybody in everything in the above lines, A few people will miss this Wise ones won't. ... . UTB THE si! RICHARDS CLOTHING CO., HOLMAN vis S7 vis Sli as ISIS as SI? vis SIS. BUILDING, is si! 0 m . I'lano Inmtriirtloa. Miss Ceei.li a Kerns respectfully solicits pupils in piano instructions. Lessons given at her home, No. 505, comer of rounn ana LAm streets, isiue Jacket. Large stock of wnll paper at John Dunstan's. See new spring samples. Prices very low. Bordering at 1 cent per yard up. Dres goods in all the newest fabrics and patterns with trimmings to match any and all at Hosking & Co.'s. You Make a llig Mistake When you do not take the children to Herman's studio for their pictures. Gent: If in need of a stylish shoe go to Hosking & Co.'s and befitted. They have tbe stock at bottom figures. OPERA HOUSE ! Rod J aoket. Saturday, April 16th, Iloyt's Theatre Success A BACHELOR'S HONEYMOON An Original Company of Fun-Makers, GEO. P. NASH, JNO.T. SULLIVAN.' U Peyton Gibbs, Horace Thrum. NitaSykrs, Virginia Jackfon, Pbylis Ashcora, Florenco Milford. Villa McLeod. The Briebtest Farcicial Comedy Fun, Vut and Furlons. rices : 50, 75 And $1.00 General Admlaaloii fto Cents. Seats On Sale At E. Ryan's FUMKUAL PIKKCTOtf. HIVFHT OLHOIV-Funeral director ano practical embalmer. Established In 1875. Bootl treet, Hed Jacket Night Calls by telephone or otherwise promptly attended to. WILLIAM N. MMKKD-Embalmer and funeral director. Hecla street. Laurium. Thirty-six veurs experience. ItlONUaiKXTM. J. A. IIKVIKIt Dealer Mn irranlttTand marble monuments and headstones: material and workmanship guaranteed. Offlco at tbe Calumet Hotel liUDUK HKETlNUtl. A regu'ar meeting of Red Jacket Tribe. No. 42. 1. O, It M will be held in their wigwam, Bloy's block, Tuesday evening, April 1 v. Past Great Sacbem V. U. Tre- i ee Is expected to be present. Work in tbe initiatory degree. J. lllYNOWETH, C. of It. Tbe members o! Teutonia Lodge, No. O D. II . are requested to be present at the next reaular meeting Sunday, April 17, at 2 o'clock p. m. sharp as there is business of Importance before tbe meetinir. Jacob Mebsneb, Pres't. Emil Q. Trautmann. Secretary. There will be special business transact ed at the next reaular review ol Laurium Tent, K. O. r, M., on Tuesday evening, April 10, at 7:30, and a full attendance is requested to be present. All members ot the Star of Red Jacket Circle, No. 334. Companions of the For est, are requested to attend tbe regular meeting, Monday evening April 18. AIRS. L. NEL80N, F. S. Notice ff Keinmoval! In order to accommodate his increasing patron age Dr. Scott, the well known specialist of Hancock has leased a portion of the commodious premises 439 Fifth St. Calumet, where he will continue his wonderful work of curing those suffering from Chronic Catarrh, Rheumatism, Dropsy, St. Vitus Dance, Brights Disease, Diabetes, and all diseases of the blood, or disorders of the stomach and kid neys. If you are sick, go and get cured. Consul tation free. Office hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Auction Sale! Commencing tonight, April 14, I will offer my entire stock of Cloth ing, Boots, Shoes, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, and : : : My Entire Stock of Jewelery Consisting of Watches, Clocks, Solid Gold Rings, Silverware, etc., at auc tion. The auction will continue until the entire stock is closed out : : : CCCCCA M. GITTLER Red Jacket, 5 Michigan, II si ( Co., 1 i IS Wall Paper! SPECIAL AGENT FOR William Stevenson CHICAGO, ILL. The largest selections of new designs and colorings in the market; Deep Reds, Greens, Blues, Tapestries, Floral Effects, Ingrains and Varnished Tiles. PRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE EVERYBODY. a Remember no old stock In this line every thing new. Don't fail to see these up-to-date samples and save money. Estimates given for painting and Decorating. CALL ON OR ADDRESS, GEORGE A. VIETH, Nemr The Italian II i. 47 H vent It Ml. BedJtckeC S . 26 YEAES A PAINTER. J Over 2,000,000 Gallons Used. A. Six-Year Old Child Can Do It WITH EARTHQUAKE. Why have a dirty faded-out Carpet, when a few cents Aill make them look like new! No Cost. No Labor. No Time. REMOVES Ink pot, grease Bpots aod all utaina that may fade out the color. Bring oat the natural colors like brand neve. Cleans clothes like a charm.' One trial and you will nerer be without It. XDIKOEOTIONa. Heat to boiling point, apply while hot, with soft scrub brush.QOo not use a scraper oor wipe up, as it will eraoorate. Do not use broom brush. Michigan Self Renovating Co., P. Up4erroYs,.Ua. Mvpt. 187 lTosdwar Ave. Detroit, XXlek Price, 35c per gal., 3 gale. 01. Sold by OWEN SHERIDAN,- Calumet. Fifth Street. Michigan. C. E. NYSTROM Architect And BulldlnK Superintendent. riani and peclfiontlon. for all ktndaof prlf teandpubllo butldldfra. Fine residence, a ipeclaltj, Office overyear clothing kouae, ANDREW BENSON. PAINTER AND DECORATOR. IlardWood Finish. Graining. Calaomtnlng, Taper Hanging, dating, Eto. A lull Lisa Of Wall paper E&mples. tbopia rear ol Claon'a furniture store.