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THE COr PER COUNTRY EVENING NEWS, CALUMET WEDNESDAY, MAY 18p8.
Final Acnon Expected Regarding What Dis position Is to Be MadeofM.N.G. Governor IMngree Is at Camp UUya Utlleve That They M ill Come Out on Top MleMgan'M W'mr quota 1;4,000 Men. Royal stakes the fwod par. wholssosae sad dellcleeis. FEMES! Absolutely Puro RCVAI. BAKINO POWDIN CO., NEW YORK. oo ooimoooooooo 00000000(3 Gamea 5 U0D. Cami Eaton', Island Lake, May 1. Xawa Special Correspondence. It is oow certain that something will drop within a day or two in regard to go to settle up an estate in which they the reorganization of the regiments and are interested. Their many friends h re hat disposition will be made of the Fifth. Captain Gardner and tbe gov ernor are here now and they will take ome action immediately. It is felt certain tht the unanimous vote of every com U any to volunteer with the understanding that their regimental and company offl eers be held intact and only with that mderetandina: witl have some weight with the governor and the Fifth is now Beginning to think that they will net bare to part with theirofflcera. Gardner will certainly have charge of the o'd Fourth and it appears likely that the colonel of tbe First is the one who will be beheaded as he is of the retired age. How rer, this is simply a matter of conjecture nothing definite bas yet been given oat by tbe governor. winh them a pleaxant parage and a safe return. They w ere arcompanied as far as Houghton by two of their most Inti mate fiiende, Messrs. Joseph Dyer and John EJdy. Busy Dee Tent.No. 10, Juvenile Branch I. O. II., will give a Necktie Social on Sat urday, May 7, In Dunstan's hall. Tea, coffee and sandwiches will be served for 15 cents each. Ice cream will also be served during the evening at 10 cents per dish, commencing at 5:30 o'clock. Parents and friends and tbe public are most respectfully invited to attend. John Daws, Supt. Ice Ore m h reeze s- The white MOUNTAIN and ARCTIC, the world's bent at popular prices. Size; two quarts to ten quarts, Refrigerator- -American and Defender the latest and best. Lnrp-o roomv 0 - . boxes. Easily cleaned and kept sweet T Garden Hose- -All grades and prices, See our line and get prices. Fishing TaO e- n all styles and prices. to suit everybody. Carlton Hdw. Co. Calumet, ' Mioliiorcui $ Tbe lyric qnarttf e of Calumet. Composed of the following? ladies and The officers of the Fifth paid their re- gentlemen: Mrs. Bosson, soprano; Mrs. -pects to him soon after his arrival In camp. He gave them a little talking to, ttc no information. He says he don't fcotow what will be done himself yet. It m stated that the Michigan quota will have to be something over 4,000 men aad that independent companies will be taken In to make up the full number. Tbe stand taken by tbe Calumet business men in regard to the matter is highly appreciated herb as the men and ofheers now know that their action is endorsed. Today was Sunday and visitors were ia band by tbe score, among tbe number fxx'ug many friends of tbe Calumet boys from inn Arbor and Ypsilanti who spent tbe day in camp. Christ Parnall wns 2ownfrom the Orchard Lake acalemy yesterday takiog in the sights about raaip. Harry Cox, who bas been attending the university at Ann Arbor, bas joined tbe Ulamet company, be being enlisted into tire service yesterday, A. number of the boys have had their Beads shaved and a reletting their beards arrow. Corporal liaas, of Company F, Whisler, alto; Mr. CharlesB. Gale, bari tone; Mr. Harry King, teno'; are now prepared to accept engagements for con certs, church choirs, funerals, socials and other entertainments. For engagements apply to Mr. Charles B. Gale, Ciiumet, Calomel Tent No. gift K. O. T. Mi, At tbe regular review of tbe Tent to be held on Thursday.May 5th, a delegate, to represent tbe camp at tbe forthcoming great camp review to be held at Detroit, on June 8th, is to be elected. All mem bers aro urged to attend. W. J. Uilnert, Com. Joseph R. Muvphy, Record Keeper, Plowing; harden a. Ktc. Persons having gard is to plow, earth or rock to haul, or manure to remove, should apply to the undersigned who will attend to such work with econoiy and dispatch. David Simpson, The Laurium Livery. nwnfi.'aii) mm "Name, Quality, Price are what count I" RAMBLER BUYERS run no risk. All RAMBLERS are fitted with G & J TIRES. J IN these days of cheap bicycle prices buyers cannot be too careful. Pretty enamels cover many an evidence of cheapened material and process. A maker can save $ I I by using cheap tires. James Lewis had a bearing btfote Judge Curtis yesterday and pleaded guil ty. Hh was fined 110 and ronta nr Inrfv rtrts quite a figure in bis new style hair days in Houghton jail. Not having the fine he was taken in on theeyening train nt. Ttie band is getting in new members riCat along. Frank Middleton, of De troit, joined yesterday. He played with rfteband at tbe last encampment and i a Mist-class saxapbone player. The bead's sergeant, Howard Oaborn, came in BICYCLES' JA.3VIIi5 ' we" aQd honorably known the world over. It mnst be protected. QUALITY i. it has always been, the very bet. Price is 600, fair price people are willing to pay. by Deputy Sheriff MacNamara to serve his time The Columbia Restaurant of Laurium, Is going to have regular meals for its patrons every day. Breaklast from G foe a good many compliments f cm the I o'clock to 9 evtry day, dinner from 1 1 to ycwoglady visitors at camp today for 2 ""PPer from 5 to 7. Everything in ?ii stunning appearance at dress parade, Beaon. Wine or beer included. a. All REOUlar size Ramblers are of one quality, at one price. See them, whether you buy or not, at HERMANN'S . JEWELRY . STORE, Guck. t J Sice oi the Michigan Mntu.il Life Insur ance Co., Calumet, Mich. I wish to say to our policy holders and tbe public, especially those wishing to in wre, that when our policies have been in force for three full years, no permit is nec csary to enter the naval or military service of the United States. Oa policies Icrta than three years old and on new bus iness permits will be granted free of charge. Three per cent per annum extra premium will be charged to serve in itftier the military or naval forces out i&softhe territorial limits orjurisdic tioa of the United States in time of war. For further in'ormation and particulars call on the undersigned. Dr. CIIABLE8 Acbixgeb, General Agent. Central' IIotel. Lost On Saturday night between Al- Iou( 1 and Tamarack, on the H, & C. rail. road, a pocket cath book with tbe name of Angus McLean on the covei. Finder will oblige by handing the book to any of the railroad employs. Mr. Ed Hocking, of Hancock, was In town yesterday making arrangements for a ball game next Saturday afternoon. Mr, Hocking expects to have an Indian catcher from DePere, Wis., play with the Hancock team. K T A7 n n rv rv r m n rv At The Boston Clothing House. A Clever Trick. 7 It is certainly gratifying to tbe public co know of one concern in tbe land who 1 sure not afraid to be generous to tbe ' nedy and suffering. The proprietors of Tr. King's New Discovery for Coneum "cum. Coughs and Colds, hare given away ott ten million trial bottles of this crsat medicine; and have the eatislactfon -if knowing it has absolutelycuredthous- aads of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bron vetitis, Hoarseness and all diseases of the Vl'hraat, Chest and Lungs are absolutely tvredbyit. Call on D. T. Macaonald, Cirttcgfct, Calumet, or Belbumuer's, Lake Ciaen, and get a trial bottle free. Regu lar size, COc and f 1. Every bottle guar anteed, or price refunded. Tk Hew Laarlnm Meal Market -Opened on May 2. Tbe market has the latest Improvements nicely arranged with a fu'l lineot beef, pork, mutton, veal, fiacss, bacon, butter, lard and eggs. loaltry, game and fish in season, also a loll line of Kosher meats. Mr. James is -engaged as shoptender. .v He will be rp teased to see his old friends and as many iiMiw ones. Our prices are tbe lowest in tie city. Don't forget the name of the -nar!iet. LauniuM Meat Market, CornerThlrd and Kearsarge Streets. Telephone connection. Uesers. William and Henry Wat ten Tkftoa the noon train yesterday for their smd bom la Cornwall, Eng.,! where they Anyone desiring scavenger work done in the village of Laurium will have their orders promptly attended to by leaving them at Napoleon Gingraes' livery stable, 210 Third street, Laurium. Mr. M. J. Reiff, of Milwaukee, arrived in town last evening to take tbe position as agent for the Haas Brewing Co., for merly held by Mr. Ruby Haas. People who wish to pose as gentlemen should behave as such and not act as a parcel of rowdies, at least infpublic. Mr. Jacob Rent her, who has been suff ering from an attack of . bronchitis for the last month, will be on duty again this week. Mr. Omar Demarois has accepted the position as teamster for T. Wills, Jr., in place of Arthur Buddo, who has resigned. Mr. Will Morgan will play at the Min ing School party at Houghton this even ing. The Monitor will soon be In town. Pants tor..f 1 50 Pants for.. 1.00 Boy's Suit 3 50 Boy's Suit 2.75 Child's " 3 00 Child's 2 00 Child's " 1,00 It will buy a $15 00 Suit for...f 9 50 It will buy a $3 00 It will buy a $10.00 Suit for... 7.50 It will buy a $1 50 It will buy a 9 7 50 Suit for... 5.00 It will buy a $G.00 It will bu.v a $ 3.00 Hat for... 1 Uh It will buy a $5.00 It will buy a $ 2.75 Hat for... 1 45 It will buy a $4 50 It will buy a $ 1 50 Hat for... 1.05 It will buy a $3 50 It will buy a $ 5.00 Pants for 2 50 It will buy a $2 00 THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE. 31 Fifth Htaeet. Hed Jacket. H We are making Suits to order from $13 50 to $25. Pants from $3.50 to $8. Ej i2SH5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5Z52SZ5Z5laZ HERMAN'S STUDIO. No 240 Fifth Mtraet. Tie Best EpippeJ PMoswli Gallery In the Upper Peninsula. All work finished first-class and guaranteed 01 10 raae OPERA . HOUSE 0E MOL.II WEEK COTIMKN CISU Monday, May 9th. BRYAN S MED AN Mtocka. Last Night Closing. Allouex $ 2 Arnold la Atlantic 20 Ash bed 2 Boston & Montana 183 Butte & Boston 25 Baltic 12 Calumet and II eel a 525 Centennial 12 Franklin 11 Ilumbolt 2 Osceola 41 Qulncy 108 Old Dominion..... 2Gtf Tamarack 154 Wolverine 21 No board today. This Morning 20-ARTISTS -20 Presenting a Repertoire of The Latest Comedies And Dramas IMPERIAL SOLO BANDand ORCHESTRA MONDAY NIGHT 1 Tli Censua TcOcor" 2:;pr?ee.( 10, 20 And 30 Cts. T OSEPH OKLA. BOT Has Opened a PLUMBING And STEAM PITTING SHOP on Oak street in the Walls building Where be Is prepared to do all kinds of steam tit tin ir n nmhlnir tin ba.l Satisfaction guaranteed. A Share of the Public Patronage Solicited OPERA . HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saturday, May 7th. ..A Great Event.. HarpeiteiDiBslrels 30 PEOPLE 30 An Organization Composed of Talented Mus'dansand Singers Ineludlnr some of the boil known snd most popular society ladles of the city of MarauettA Under the direction of Mr. and Mrs, Oruendler HANDSOME; BRILLIANT COSTUME!.' MUSIC - AMD - MIRTH - GALORE. Renened seat sale will opn at Rjan's store Prices: 75, 50 and 25 Cents. ) J, VIVIAM JR.,a GO'SSPEG! it y II 11 I lr Cloak DepartmBnt The watchword of this department is QUALITY, first last and all the time. That's where we differ from the other fellows. Prices are right too. Skirts. Ru peri or, matchless, tailor mad varments. Brocades, bayaderes, serges, novelties and crepons, silks and satinf-fl 45, 2. 3, f 1 50. 5 and up to 112.00 Why pay more else where forcueupskirte? Ladies Suits. Correct styles, latest Vcolorincrs and lowpat Sf nrioa tin io air S20 and 1 25. Jackets. Tan, navy, green, Great value, hunty jrarments $ 4 75, f 5, f 0, up to $15. J. VIVIAN, JR., & v ys' Sir CO Rova . I Suits. A bareain t worth tA!!up,a,JJ Special Men's Mlxoi Cot "Txed r jiu can.. Ttllfihlnnra I are prominent io &rm Wash Gnnw aiost elahorote sortmentinthen Peninsula. EXcL; Htylcs. Prices to! youuc to GOc. Hecla and Fourth Streets. c i-iL L 1 U 'S H si Sj. S - The largest selections of new designs and c VWT . m - - I onngs. we carry tne goods in stock, and not I ceiving you by selling single rolls by samA Th - umu t unu aa a BlllglL roil puis Don't fail to see our up-todate line. S. Olson, Scott St., Calumi .1 v EDWARD .. RYANS If You Are In Npprl nf Rnmntii.n. xt: a :...Up-To-Date In . U Dress Skirts, Capes, Jackets. A Now Is the time ito buy when the stock Is complete. We have a from and can certainly please you In regard to prioe, atyle biff line to iel and quality. Bicycle Suits We are showing a line of the Popular . Males In plain and fancy rolitures. Also sd. erate skirts, SHOES. J 'n hoys. ladles mts(e8., and children's artlstlo footwear. Immense assortment of Un shoes and oxfords. pJ made by praotlcal shoe makers In un kid, ehlm cloth, yestry tops, nut brown, chocolate, tan, laced, button, with medium weight soles made on glove fitting lasts. Men's Shoe! From a pair of BROGANS, tent leather, i1 right up to dats Have Removed To s Lmiinnitoer Yard On The Osceola Road, ...Near Tho Newtown School Houso. 7t