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5. Eace Of Ttie Sebson 3t Will Start At The Athletic Park To night. Ladle To Participate In It. TTity Will Eadetrer f Hrrak St. ral Of Tbe VH4' Record -Utber ete. Everything i in readine for the ladles' eix-night bicycle ract which ttirt promptly at 8:30 tonight at the Ati letiepark. The lady nders arrlred j terdaj and took a spin around the e&ccer ebaptd track ttia morniog and pro-' ooaQ"fcd the track rerfct. Thetraii and Lark will be brilliantly lighted by the ue of twenty large Uaker gasoune lamp. The riders are all in the pink of condition and the race will be a roral battle for saprctnacy. MUe Marie Fier ing, the French rider from Pari?; Mies Connie Davis, of Seattle, and Mite ' Babe' Welliagton, of Minneapolis, arrired yer terday afternoon. THegrams have been received statins: that Mies Diehmel, Miss Mabel Raymond, Mirfl Selma Wood ncd Miss Lurie Glaw would arrive thin after noon in titre to start tonight. Thenar. a.gemiit haa pared no expense to bring to thin ciry th' beet riders in the country end -tt traupportation to wren riders that tb people of the cop; er country should ee a race equal to the one be d in Madion .Square garden, New York A trark f eighteen lap to the mile has been bnilt for the occaion in front rf the eras i tand where a good view of the race n ay be had from start to finish. The Of u il rules will govern the race in ae of hccidtnt to ary rider. They will nave to and including eubt laps to change wheels, po the race will be run trtct!y upoa its merits. It is an educa tioa to watch and study thete fair riders whirling around a email saucer shaped track at the rate of tweoty miles an hour which is a miracle, for bhould the leader while setting the pa& take a fall the-e in no lellin&c how badly those fol'owing would get hurt, but accidents in lady races are very few, for while they dab arotnd the track at lightening speed, they watch each other with that famous eagle eye to avoid danger, whereas their brother cyclists going at the same rate of speed woa!d in many cases dash against the outer railing of the track and with this point in yiew the lady riders Lave proyen themselves the masters of the board tracks. The Calumet band has been engaged to play during the race and there will be no better place in the city this week to epend an evening. Hundreds ot ladies wbo failed to witness the race giyen here Iat April will now avail themselves of tbUi opportunity and ton'ght the grand stand should be taxed to its full capacity nitn our society people. Ilne overed Ity a Woman. Another great discovery has been made, and that too, by a iady in this country. "Disease fastened its clutches opon her aid 'nr seven years she withstood its whereat tents, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months he coughed incessant ly and conld not sleep. She finally dis covered a way to recovery, by purchas ing; of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery for consumption, and was bo much relieved on taking first dose that sire tb-pt all night and with two bottles has Uen absolutely cured. Her name Is Mr. Luther Ltuz," Thus writes W.C. fanniicki: Co., of Shelby, N, C. Trial bottifree at I). T. Macdonald's drug H'orc-, Calumet, and UelhumeurV, Lake LtncVn. Regular size, 50 cents and f 1. JTCmy bottle guaranteed. The Comer Htone Laid. T rferday afternoon, after a postpone nuir.r of two weeks on account of wet weather, the corner stone of the new Nor wegian Lutheran church, on the corner of Mm and Seventh streets, was success fully liid. The services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Roustabl, pastor of the church, who conducted prayer and deliv :rcd un ad ires in Norwegian. Hundreds of people were prenent and listened with attrition to the addresses made by the dillert-nt ministers who as3ited, the ad rfrcfe in English by the Key. 8. T. Mortis being particularly well spoken of. The church la fast nearing completion, the building being already covered. When completed, the Norwegian Luther anH will have one of the bansomest bouses f worship in the city, Yfr Modesto T mmei. of Fifth street, tias the agency tor the celebrated mineral water of Monecatini, Italy. This water ia the same as Is supplied to the invalids and patients who yearly yisit that city, and contains great medicinal properties and ii a cure for various ills and ailments, auch as heart and priyate diseases, ca terrfa, etc.. and is also a yery gtntle pur gative. Mr. Tommel brongbt a number of bottles ot the water with him when be returned from Italy last winter and has it for sale at his store, where will gladly explain Its good qualities to those desir ing to test It, At the Chicago trait store, fifth street. Rojal Bakes th fuod pare, wtiolcofB aaJ dLUtf- Absolutely Pure W kAA.-3 PCrc CO M vo. Polish IIr Elect Officer. The following officers were elected by th Polish Do wire to act for the enduing year: Pre sdent Michael Antkowlak. Vict President Jobn Koiiaka. Hecordin? Secretary Martin Xobak. Financial Secretary Louis VoUkl. lrea-surer Andrew Kubiak. Trustees - Frank G rzondzeiewskl and George Wowtinck. Sick Committee-Frank IKensky and Mel- boir LUcbetski. Marshal -Steven Tomalka. The challenge issued lant Thursday by the Red Jacket Janisrs was accepted by the Tamarack club and a game was ar ranged for retiterdav afternoon at the grounds of the latter. The game was a decisive victory for the .Tutiiors, although at the beginning it looked as it the Tam arack club would have a walkaway. Fol lowing i the summary: Inninzs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 P.ed Jacket Juniors. ...3 Tamaracks 6 2-Vi On Sunday, July 31, the Hibernians of Calumet will give an excursion around Keweenaw Point. The excursionists will goto Hancock bj rail, where the steamer Ron Voyage will be boarded. The prin cipal points ot interest will be visited and Copper Harbor and Eagle Harbor will be stopped at en route. Tickets for the round trip from Calumet will be 1.&0. A numberof Calumet ladies whofurnif-hj ed the recruits with lunches when they left here a week ago for Camp Alger, to day received a souvenir in the fibape of a napkin with the names oi several ot the recruits written thereon in indelable ink. Th0 rpo-fnt nf thft nantina hv thp InriipA was a great surprise and are highly prized by them. I have at my barber shop on Fifth street a bicycle lett on the street Satur day night by a young man who tried to boi row money on that evening, putting ud the wheel as security. The owner can have same by proving property and pay- ng for this notice. W H. Myers. Mr. D. O. Green, traveling representa tive of the Thomson & Taylor company, dealers in coffees and ppices, arrived in the copper country yesterday. This is Mr. Green's first trip v re and be is being introduced to Calumet merchants today by Mr. W. G. Carah. Any persons found dumping garbage any place but tne public dumping ground will be prosecuted to the full ex tent of the law. By order, Village Council. Red Jacket, Mich., July 18. 1808. Found A w a tch this, Monday, morning between Presbyterian church and Olson's furniture store. Owner can have the same by calling at this office, proving property and paying for this ad vert la ment. Alderman Michael Kemp, who has been spending the past few months in Colorado for his health, has returned and bis smil ing face is once again seen on our streets. Millinery at One-Half Price. All our tnmmed hats and bonnets go now at naif price. Must be sold before season is over. Vertin Bros. Mr. William Chapman, of Phoenix, has the sincere thanks ot the News force for a feast of delicious home-grown stawber rles, very large and sweet. Faint Are you going to paint. Use ila Dros. Paint. Fully guaranteed. Bold by J. T. SolmonsoD.City Hardware, Red Jacket. Reserved seat tickets are now on sale at the Eagle drug store for the Knights ot the Golden Eagle concert. Secure yonr seats early. The members of the Episcopal Sunday school are indulging in their annual picnic at the waterworks on the lake shore to day. Men's, boys' and children's caps and straw bats at half price. Vkhtix Bnoa. Treasurer Flagg, of the Calumet and Hccla. is here on a visit from the east. Mr. Flagg is accompanied by bis wife. Mr. John Foley Is now working In the Interest ot "A Mild One' the cigar manu factured by Mr. Charles Koppelmann. Mrs. E. 8. Urlerson returned home Saturday from her trip to the south and east. Buy best brands of fcrocsrles and says 10 to 20 per cent at Vertin Bros. p 111 C Are in demand now, 0 Carlton Itfo. 400, - - - 0 0 e 0 0 c 0 IS brLUlAL .SALE UJ: MEN o SUITS At The Boston Clothing House. Some Are $7.00 Suits For I iCk Some Are ?3 00 Suits For """" TN Some Are 58.50 Suits For cJy (M ) (fy Some Are ? 0 SO Suits For (L-V They are ettictly up to date in light, daik and medium colors, sizes from 34 to 42. Remember this great suit sale. All other goods at remarkably low prices. THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE. Don't Get Over tbie Cuban matter. Keep i(TTr i ai r i M VYC AlWayS UDdJ UrClerS. I iL a rpwiany inose oi our customere "witn promptness and despatch." COMMAND US! i Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co., SOUTH LAKE LINDEN. CALUMET HANCOCK, MICHIGAN. F UN Kit A L. IMItECTOim. HIVEHT OLHOX-FuneraldieclorranO practical embaltner. Established in 1875. 8oott treet. lied Jacket Night Calls by teleohoDS or otherwise oromDtly attended to. WILLIAM M. HJIKKD-Embalmer and funeral director. Heel a street. Laurinm Thirty-six years experience. nioNirciKXTti. I. A. I1KVIEU Dealer in granite and marble monuments and headstones: material and workmanship guaranteed. Office at the Calumet Hotel Anderson & McLean, PBOPItlKTORM OP UTERI FEED AND SALE STABLE. PINK STREET. BED JACKET. Klgs at all hours and for all occasions . Fin- eat turnouts in town. Hacks for parties a specialty and at right prices. Night and day calls attended to. Telephone coAectiona. JOSEPH CHAEOT Has Opened a PLUMBING And STEAM FITTING SHOP on Oak street in the Walla building Where he Is prepared to do all kinds of steam nttmg.pium Ding, tin work and the like. Satisfaction guaranteed. A Share of th Public Patronage Solicited D. S. S. & A. R'y REDUCED RATES TO EASTERN POINTS. The D., H. S, & A. Hallway has now In effect to the nndermentioned Eastern Points via Sault Ste Marie, the following Very low fares TO 1st Class 2nd Class Toronto. Ont f 14.00 $13.00 Buffalo, N. Y 14.00 13.00 8yracuae, N. Y..... 14.00 13.00 uttawa, unt i.uu la.uu Montreal, Qne 14.00 18.00 Quebec, Que 17.00 10.00 Albany, N. Y 14.00 13.00 New York City. . 14.00 13.00 Boston, Mass............... 10.00 14.00 Portland. Me 1G.00 15.00 Halifax, N. 8.. 27.50 22.50 The above rates will aDDly to all Inter mediate points. Ifyotrnave In contem plation a trip to the east now Is the time ro tate advantage of this reduction In rates. For further Information tolaaaa oply to ttatlonand ticket ftgenta. E ITEffi 111 1 1 and we have evervthiner . iU.'a 4lm 0 need: Hose: Reels, Lawn 9 Mowars, Garden Shears, Floral Sets, Weeders, Etc. Also a line line of Palmer's Ham mock s. Everything at the lowest livincr prices. o o o Hdw. Co. - - Pirtli Street. 2 Excited ! your attention on your business. . . . HERMAN'S STUDIO. Ko 20 Fifth Mtreet. Tie Best EinippeJTlioloirapli Gallery In tbeUppcr Peninsula. All work finished first-class and guaranteed DDI iu.iu.ne CHARLES Has a- OJALA FINE STOCK OF FOOTWEAR AC Reasonable Prices. 44? Plue Mtreet Red Jacket, 3Ilcn Business Men Realize the advantage ot ::::::: ' Good Insurance and always want the best. James T. Healey Local Solicitor. THE . DOUGLASS . AGENCY. Lofts in Bollmann'8 ad dition are going ra pidly and are prov ing to be GOOD INVESTMENTS haye a limited number left and would advise in tending pure has era to make their selections at once. W FAUCETT'S. Insurant Office. Borgo Block - llala Street II O II XViviaeJr.&eo. Hecla and Fourth Sts , Laurium. SEASONABLE WASH GOODS At Less Than Cost oil II This offering at special reduced prices is in accord with the rules of this house. Everything as represented. You will find this sale of apecial interest both in price and quality. We have placed on sale values not to be duplicated at prices we are offering them for. An entire counter i8 given to this important sale. Imported German and French or gandies. Flques Welts, Silk and Wool Mixtures Crash suitings, Striped grenadines. Reduced from 25, 30. 35. 40 and 50 cents. Sale price Austria Suitings, Pure Linen, Colorings and des'gns superb. Uneq ualed for bicycle habits, traveling dresses, street costumes. Sale price..... Closing Out . Sale THIS WEEK v Twelve of these extra large and massive Couches, made for solid comfort, dur ability and stylish effect. The upholstering is heavy imported material of the very latest designs and most popular colors. They are tuffed and fringed. All around regular price, $12. Closing out at $7.99. SIVERT.OLSON'S MlIT Jt I t M M iliS HI! Call and examine our new Line of :Ladies' : Ready : Made : Dress : Skirts: In Tlaids and Baynrdeer Stripes. EDWARD RYAN HAJARI & UL :Have Removed To ine tt On Tho Oacoola Road. ,...Noar Tho Nowtown School Houco.m Mousseline de Soie This season' icrt-ui un, most nana some imDorted fabric. It ezcells everythiDtr in tne line ot fabrics, fast colors, washable. Reg ular price COc. Sale price Dimities, Lawns and f Mulls,Lappet stripes J 1 A Organdies, formerly I ' j 20c to 35c. Sale price I LJ V I - w ft l) 1 ST7' that everyone doesn't un derstand is how to dress comfortably and handsome ly at the same time. If you examine our up - to date stock of clothing you will find that we have selected the coolest and most elegant fabrics for the summer, and we have them in all the leading styles, at prices that will surprise you. - f A HI In 4 tuv i ' , SEYM