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SATURDAY, OCT. 2, 1000.
0 THE CALUMET NEWS. RMGI0USW0RK0FT.M.C.A. OPENS Willi RALLY SINDAY Systematic Work Will be Carried on Among th Members of the Ak&ocia tion This Year Bible Study G'oupi Will be Organized in Every Depart ment of Members. Tin- Y. M. C. A. pi oMis. s t. earry i.n it n act I vi' rrlii'us work durini; llf liiiiiK y.;ir, ami willl tlU n.l I" j;rMi iLif.-os fur bil.' Mmly will lie irn.itii.. .1 at olio- and tin' work pl.unl u fn a yst in.itii- baxia. The iksm latloii worki irt aim to enroll no less than Sit im i tt till boys lit the il.i s for liililc htmly. which will be ul till n i r wit of the total nu mliei f.tiil. Tin' tiit or the rcllnious ni. et inKH will take the form of a rally to be In M tomorrow. Two meetings w ill be ci iuliiet. 1, both staitinn at 4 oc.ock tn th afternoon, due of the meeting will b, le.l by stale boy's secretary. .J. A. Van !is, and the other by It v. J. S. te'iild of Hui'i'iU. The different bible Mlldy groups of the I'ulumel association this vr wiii lr ill tin- for f Clubs-beli. inn that by the aid of organization the most dellnite work tall be aeenmpli.-di-ed an. I the besi f. ll. ship enjoyed. The groups will be natural ones, fol lowing th- same iliisioiis as in the v. viiiiiasium i o it that one ined U"t ' lli'i essa l ily lie a lllellllier of the aS;-o- ci.ilioii ill order to J i 1 1 a ilnb. Tim Mn-ial activities and plans for service can lie more readily carri'd out. Croups. Seniors 1. -Training' or Service 'Uib." Leader, C. 1 . Wcstei man. See Mr. WeMcrm.iti i-oncernitii; th plana of this club. J. Fellowship Club.' iV.lowitiK Jiurodiietioii t. liible Study" by John V. l'ok. An in.hu t;e outline ef the main facts in and about the liible- a foundation for all future sillily. Leadr. 1). li. .M.iiivw. l-anjiloyi-d lioys The coming Athletic t'lub" Follow -ilif,' The (iospel ill Atliletie l'liraseS, by K. A. Waite, Jr. Leader, F. I). Sherwood. IliKh School 1. Setib-r lli.nh. ..'Life Worl; Study Club" continuing the Life and Works of J.-sii.." by W. D Mm ray. liased upon Marks F.ospel also following in th.' form of a dis cussion club -Lite guesiioiis of Huh Sellout lioys." by J. W. J. nks. Lead er. V. M. Ward. Junior Huh. ltooslcr Club.'' I'oIlowillR "The i 'hrisliau Kate." by Marry L. Smith. Life of Christ by events and short biographies of men who have won o it. l.i ;iil i, To be announcetl. lioys" A" "Kni'his of KiiiK Arthur." A s' tai secret club has-. I on the Kiiu Aithur lie nd.-. no boy can i nter except mi in vitation and beinn properly initiand. Chivalry and Ihto worship are tin t-orni r-stotn s. J.aiii hoy n ails the life of the hero for whom li is named, and follows "M u Who Dai. d."- by Trumbull. Leobrs. V. Smith and Janus Michaels. Opening Social. Thursday evening, ) tuber 7, at 0 : t th" Senior, Kmployei! and Ilinh S ho.. groups meet together for luncheon fur one-half hour, and tlun fuiiniiiK into their respective groups, elect their of licrs and make plans for the future. TO LEAVE NEXT WEEK. Rev. Coombe, and Family, Will Depart for bonwood Thursday Night. Rev. W. li. Coombe. pastor of the .Mitchell M.tle.dist church of Neau ine, who was ii i. juried t i the pastorale ef tin- Ir.iinvoo.' elnir. h at the l -tmit eriiifereiiei , will pi-each In-' f " i r -well s rinoii Iv re Sunday, and the pul pit W ill be Iipie.l by Ids H!Vlv-.r, IbV. I . C. I 'la n IK It. the f ,ii,u p,- Sun -.lay. says the ,r.vi lie,. ,. pa it in lit of the t iutrie. J..;1rn.i!. U, . ('.,i. an, I family a ill ).-ae j,'-xt Thurs day iiiu-1 t. lb v. W. .1. li il.m r. th.- re tiring pa-'t-.r at Trim -, ,..,), was pro- iii"e, ! tie- sup. riiilen b riey .,f h, Foi l Huron district and w ill h ave f -r there th- CO'ilill;; w . . 1- . '.', liahll'T was l.rl s.ar a . i i , , , ! by the eoti- feren- . as ,,r r tie .1- ! .;at. s u t li . - gem ral com', r.-nee at I: alt ,:i...re. Md F' ' 'oo!!.b.- .-.-!. rd.l.v s lid that he ',:"- "" I-' ' lo f.-i ' d.-appuinte-l w the change, though tlii feino al . am as u -urpri.-e to him. as he fully ex pect. , I to i- turn to th-- . -aui.ee par ish. At : me. tir,.- ,,f tb- -ic.-r. y, i- tioll hel I JTior t,, ti. ,.,,hf, ,,,, was did. us. d by a unanimous vo(. an.i invited (., I-. n-.lil. the , u.i,,lltr yea", Some f. w years ai". !e re.-.-iv.-d a call rroui Iron .v .,..,1. but !" lined it. ,. ,i not know that h w.n to i;o to Iron- Spend Less Than You Earn It's an excellent advice, especially for those just starting on the road of life. Then there's another point every bit as im portant. It is this Put what isn't spent where it will not only be safe, but where it will earn something. . It's YOUR business to see that less is spent than is earned. It is ours to see that the surplus is well look ed after. Here are highest interest rates joined to unquestioned safety. The First National Bank OF CALUMET D'URBANO'S BAND WINS APPLAUSE AT THEATER A koo.i crowd Kiei ted the I Trbuno Italian band on Its return to the C'ulu met theater last nljjlit, and ihe spl.-n did program rendered was much ap preciated by all pnscnt. lvuh numb was received with applause and th'.' musicians rcs oiidcil with an appro priate selection. The lolicerts which have been Klven in this nty haw won tin- a ppr.clat Ion of every lover of music, and although the patronage has not been as tjeo.l at ich elitcl tailimelll as it llilnht have been, the eiiKaKeinent ban thus lar been succtsful. The band will t;ivc another concert at the theater this nini;. at which popular selections will be r n. lend, and oi Monday eve ning the program will be selected by luest. The program to be rendered this evi niiifi is; I lb member you Von Tiler. l'oct and I'i .tsant -Sui pe. The liluc 1 lanube -Straiiss. Vocal Solo, -( lecte.l, by Miss Ib id. II Travatore Verdi. I'AltT II. The prince i.r Toiilnht Howard. Jolly F, Hows VoKstedt. Vocal solo, -m-I cte.l, by Miss Ibid. Selection from Carmen. WOMAN'S CLUB FALL SEASON OPENS WITH GOOD PROGRAM The fall season of the Calumet Wo man's club opened with u sessi n ion ducted in the Y. M. C. A. building vesteidav afternoon, from now until the holiday Si asoll meetiims will I held at intervals of one week, on evil Friday all. riiooii. The program f.u next Friday altenmoii is on "IliMory arid Art ' and will prove a very enjoy able one. The liist public day will b. ell int. '22, and as this feature prove.' a vi ry inti rest im; one lust year, it b expected that the Sane- Will by till. next year. I he op. nini.; number ol the program M-sterdav afternoon was an introduc tory address by Mrs. Anna 1 1. Hall. th. retiring pre.-i.h nt, who t;ave a brie! resume of the work accomplished las: year, and who introduced Mrs. Fli.a- b.tll W. Sel.b 11, the lleW president. Mrs. Si Men k-'Vc an outline of the pro-;rim which is lo be followed this yeiir, and c immciited upon the work in a i ni ral way. This bcini; the Hist meeting of tin s. asou the reports of the various re tiring ofliei rs w. re presented and ap pro', ed. The report of the retiring s. cretary, Mrs. Matnan t W. Vivian, and of the treasurer as will as of the ninlitiiiK conunittee were preseiil-d. and the auditing committee dwelt upon the lite- condition of the hooks of the club. I he summer civic committee through its ihairmin. Mrs. l'auliie.' 'Welz.i; submitted a ep..lt fjf the o't show and outlined the progress vvluch lias In i n made by the club nlonjj this line ihiriiiK the suinmer months. This committee will be succeeded by a new committee, named at the regular elec tion, which includes the follow inn: Mrs. L. li- lle J), it. chairman, Mrs. Anna II. Vivien. Mrs. Inuobore; ; 1 1 IT -bins. Miss Libido Dawe, Mrs. Clare C. ilanllnr, and Mrs. Marie .Iohiis.ui. A r. sumo of the club history for the past year was submit t i by Mrs. I I' l.i liii- rson. ami two vocal s- l. c- tioiis Ul p. ivn by Mrs. Laura Linton oi .Maiman. .Miss liMUc I 'eiilia I l-Ki n lend led a piano s o. At the ib.se of the regular program luiuh w.ir served nn.br Hie direction of Mrs. Jennie Larson, during which titlie Hi,- b'u;h school orchestra rendered sev ral seb-etioiis. The luncheon was a kit. ti and white affair, these helm? the i o'.urs ...f tie ,bii, which also pr. -ilomiliated in the hall decorations. EXPLAINED. K. A. Scotl-J. imes says "existence means much P. the poet." 'TilM probably accounts for the 1 1 I - wee .,) poems on "Spring. liahny DISCOVERED BOTH POLES? "!r. i ' 'k nave the Fskimos a gnm oj, find reach..! the notlh pole." Corn . t " ".Vow. what do you suppose Would V happ. t i . , if he bad Kivell the Ks- i'os a chocolate . 1. 1 i r- ?" wood until a a pj o.ni ,f . Ilolr.Yu" eutmr er than the ,, Im.. church p; hurt time before th" is aim iiiiieed. Th" nation is n liltle lars- luie, and it has a petty and parsonage. Tin- church is provbb'.I on:an and tin- par--otiai .1 .-. ellini. with a pipe Is a modern Th churches of Calumet are Invited to contribute to this column each week free of chargo. Presbyterian cnurch- MorniiiK subject (!ods Care of His l'.ople. Kvening subject Si rriion to the licys and Youiik Men. jtrothcrhoo.i liible stuuy class, 3 r in. Sunday. Sunday school 12:00 M. Prayer ineetln, Thursday 7:30 p.m. Y. 1. S. C. U. devotional meeting ti p. m., Sunday. I'astor's Aid society, first Wednesday of each month 2:30 v. in., ut tho homes of tncmbera. Kcv. Daniel Ktulker, pastor. Kearsarge M. E. Church. MorniiiK Fsual services. F yen I 'sua I service. Swedish Lutheran Carmel Church. Services, 10 a. in. and 7 p. in., Sun day. Sunday school, 11:45 a. m. l'rayer meeting', Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Younff People's society meets every two weeks on Thursday at 7:43 p. in. IST. J. Forsbcrgr, pastor, res. 23 Wil low avo., Laurlum. Laurium M. E. Church. MornitiK subject The New Confer ence Year. What Shall We J)o'.' Kvciilni; Service In charge of llcv. C. II. lUitledm- of the Anti-Sakon .IKUe. llov. W. M. W'aro. pastor. LaJiis' Aid society, meets first Wed nesday after C. A- II. payday. Tamara,.c M. E. Church. Morning subjeit The Heavenly Vision. l.'v. niiiK subject Hod's LikelletS. Sabbath morning, class meeting at D a. rn. Sunday bcIiooI 2:30 p. in. Prayer meeting on Thursday evt ing at 7:30. Class meeting 9 a. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. Episcopal Church. Morning subject Forward. Fyi nini; subject Manliness. Communion service at l'Clio o'clock t in I a baptismal s-rvhe at 12: OH "clock. Sunday school, 12 m. Florida Mission 6chool, S p. m. Ho v. J. A. Ten liroeck. Rector. Norwegian Lutheran Church. Corner Seventh and Kim streets, Red Jacket. Services: Sunday 10 a. m., and 7. p. . Good singing by church choir an j thers at all services. Tuesday evening: Prayer meeting In the homos? Wednesday eve.: Young People's meeting 8 p. rn. Calumet M. E. Church. MorniiiK Service in charge of Uev. L S'dwe.k. Evening -Service In charge of Kev. i:. Seilwci k. 9 a. m. Morning class. Sunday school at 2:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Norwegian Methodist Church. Morning First si rimm by Ib v. A. KricUsoti. Evening Service in charge of Ilev. A. Ericksoii. Thursday eve., Midweek service, 7:45 p. m. You are cordially invited. Swedish M. E. Church. Services at 10 a. rn. and 7 p. tn. Class meeting, Friday 7:30. Church of Christ. Sunday services at 10:15 a. m. In the Finnish Temperance hall. Laurlum. Swedish Mission Church. Morning nervlccs l(j u. m. Sunda;' school 11:30 a. m. Kvtnlng services 7 o'clock. l'rayer meeting, Thursday evening, 7:30 o'clock. Young People's meeting Friday, b p. m. Official meeting first Tuesday even. Ing of each month. Ladies' claso meeting Tuesday 2 p. m. Junior hague, Tuesday 1 r. m. Rev. A. J. Peterson, pastor, G06 Third Btreet. Calumet Congrtirf bsnal. .Morning subj.-ct Who is Uocking th" Eoat? livening subject The poy and His Father. Sunday school 12 m. Woman's Missionary society, second Tuesday afternoon of each month. Ladies' Industrial society, fourth Wednesday afternoon of each month llev. Luther K. Long, pastor. Red Jacket Congregational Church. . Morning Usual sen ices. Evening Usual services. Ilev. J. (. Fisher will occupy the bulpit both morning and evening. Salvation Army, 10:30 a. m. Holiness meeting. 1:45 p. m. Sunday school. 3:00 p. m. Christian's Praise ser vice. B:43 p. m. Youn; People's meeting 7:00 p. m. Service and. meeting. All are. welcome. Ensign T.. W. Pcrkhouse. Scandinavian Salvation Army. It a. m.-r-Sermon. i p. m. Sermon. 8 p. rn. Meeting Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. . All meetings at hall 420 Fifth st-ect Mohawk M. E. Church. 9 n. m., Class meeting. John Rown, lender. CIom meeting, Jomcs II. Rich. ar.ls, leader. 10:30 iv m., Preaching services, Rev. Mnghny. 30 p. rn , Sunday school. Singer P. Williams. 6:30 p. tn.. Preaching services, Roy. H. Mflghay. 7:30 p. m.. Tuesday Ladles' class, lender Wm. NIchoals. 7:30 p. m., Wednesday prayer meet ing. 7: JO p. rn. Friday evening Bible class, LAURIUM i i LAURIUM IS PLEASED WITH NEW TREATMENT OF STREETS Prcident Reynold State That Tar Macadam Dressing Has Given En tire Satisfaction and That More of it Likely Will be Used on Other Streets Next Summer. "We are very well pleased with the tar macadam dressing that lias been placed on some of the streets of Laur luni," said W. J. Reynolds, president of the vi laKc. to a News man tins morning. "It lias given entire satis faction. It is cheap, too, which is a matter for consideration in the build ing und paving of strc-.-is, especially when one lias to contend with a vll- ige of this size, and further," said .Mr. Reynolds, '1 hnpptn to know mat members of the street committee, win were really responsible for the tests being made are more than pleaseu wiyi Hie results. There is evt ry HK- lihood that more of this particular ind of dressing for streets will be ti.) next summer. It absolutely dustless, has much to recommend it from a wearing point of view, and Is the next best thing that I know of outside of the several cstly paving materials." While a lot. of money has been spent the oast summer and Is being spent at the present time in improvetnen.s, ; nothing but what has been absolutely rieede.l has been taken in hand. The new lighting system Is prac tically completed, according to Presi dent Reynolds, and the water iiies tion is being grappled with as fast as possible. Meters are being installed weekly, and the tinu- is not far dis tant wh. n every heme in the village Will be on the meter plan. The Xews has It on excellent au thority that when the meter plan has bet u fully installed in Laurium, that the cost of water to users will be low end considerably. FLORIDA WATER COMPANY IS MAKING FINE PROGRESS The force of men which has been engaged In Installing the pipe of the Florida Water company for the past few weeks is making line progress mi l by the end of next Wet k, it Is expect ed that the entire system will be com plete and that the water will be turn- liI on for the use of the consumers, riie force of men numbers about twen ty-live, and thus far about M.oon feet ol pipe have been laid, leaving a bal ance of about 3,.'00 feet to be Installed. As the pipe is being laid at a rate of ibout sua feet per day, it Is estimated that but it short time will be required to complete (lie system. The last ship ments of pipe, about five carloads, were received this, week, and the com pany now lias enough pipe to coin- pit te the syatem. , . ' Several tests have already been made of the pipe instalhd. and they have proven to be satisfactory. It s xpecte.l that the work of tapping tho mains lor the individual subscribers will be started next week. Meters will be Installed for each consumer. The rates which will be charged for water have not been determined as yet, but will be announced alter the next meeting of the directors. About 7.00D feet of pipe remains to be cover ed, but this can ho easily accomplish) A before, thy arrival of tho cold weather. NEW ROAD IS WANTED. Laurium Residents Want Shorter Route to the County Road. The usidi nts of Laurlum will proh uhly urge In a short time the estab lishment of u township road running from the t-outh end of Heclu street, Laurlum, to I'nion or Columbia streets, Kayniliaultown, which will provide a connecting link between the streets of that village and tho county mad. The project has never been for mally taken uj). nlthoiiKh for years the residents have h.en anxious to bring the question bef ire the proper au thorities. At present Laurlum residents must use a roundabout way to roach the county road, and It Is urged that tho completion of a highway between the south c ml of Laurlum on Tamarack or ll.-cla streets would simplify the route to Houghton. It would make it pos sible for persons using the county highway to come direct to Laurium. Instead of passing through several streets In Calninct location. The expense of constructing such n road would bo ;c very niniill matter, and It la possible that the Village council would find it possible to an fcist to some extent: The entiro road would not nocd to bo more than l.f.nfi Kev. H. Maghay loader. Calumet Baptist Church. Morning Services In charge of c C. H. ltutledge. Evening Service in charge of state boy's secretary on the Y. M. C. A. vim : will talk on the work with boys. You Won't Have "Cold Feet" If You Buy Our Coal This is both literally nnd pariaorically true. Good M.hBhCS a ? wnywnrdmaklna Hood conditions KurToairrwd003111 Whm'S ,hC USe ED. ULSLTH Coal & Wood Ph7onc little grading LAURIUM OREVITIES. Robert Stead, formerly In tho em ploy of tho Husking Electrical coin naliv has tone to tile Soil. Where ll" intends 1. mating. Treasurer Frank llagglore of Luur lum. states that the tax collections have reached 117,000 or about otic half the amount lut the village. Spe cl.:l efforts are being made t collect the taxes as rapidly as possible. AH arrangements have been com nlete.l for tho Eauriuni races which take place till" afternoon In tho Liiur lain Atliletie park grounds. Tho en tries are numerous, and contain some of the best animals lu tno noriiivvesr There will also be a hammer and drill contest, for which there, aro several prizes. The funeral of the child of Mr. and Mrs. Dix of Lake Linden avenue, took place yesterday afternoon, with Inter ment In tho Lake Linden cemetery. Mrs. I. Collins has returned from Milwaukee, where she spent a wccK visiting friends. John Danlells. president of the S. & minitnr company. Is home from a business trip to Joplln, Mo., and other points. Kev. C. II. Rutledge of Ishpeniing. head of the Anti-Saloon league, is a Liurlum visitor, and will spend Sun day here. Sunday morning he will pr.ioh In the Laurlum Raptlst church, and in the evening he will occupy the pulpit of the Laurlum M. K. chul th. TORCH LAKE NEWS HORTENSE NIELSEN TALKS. Entertains Students of Lake Linden High School With Ibsen Story. Miss Hortense Nielsen spoke on Ib sen's work to the one hundred and fif ty pupils at the Lake Linden high school yesterday, afternoon. Miss Niel sen is a perfect example of tho Ibsen student. She met Ibsen some years ago In Norway and she studied the part of Nora H. lmer and she studied the part of Nora Helmer long before appearing In the play. The talk to the students was very pleasing. Miss Nielsen has a highly cultivated voice and every word sh uttered could be heard distinctly in the auditorium. She dwelt principally on the life of the great Norwegian poet and dramatist, declaring that h knew' human nature and went deeper Into the human soul than any oth'T writer who had ever lived. He tin iterstooii people, t no i r laulis. and tneir weaknesses more than any of the an cient or m uh rn writers. The speaker compared Ibsen's call to the women of the stage with that of the call of Peary and Cook to the north pole, so difficult are they to Interpret. Ib sen, she declared, gave his works to the world. He was a socialist and lived and died a poor man. His roy alties from his works were very small. WILL GIVE ANOTHER DANCE. ISocnuso of the success of their en tertainment conducted Tuesday even ing, the members of the Lake Linden band have decided to hold their next promenade October 1C Instead of wait ing till Thanksgiving evening. Di rector V. H. Clilh tte is preparing an other program for thl danco and tho band will hold their first rehearsal Tuesday evening. These will be con tinued regularly every week till tho evi nlng of tho dance. TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. Miss I'.essio ll.mbcrry of Lake Lin den, has returned from Lower Michi gan, where sho has visited fop sev eral weeks. Lawrence Harold of Hubbell. left last evening for Lamscy, Mich., where ho accepts a position an mine survey or. , John Sanders of Houghton, and John Hermann of Lako Linden have re turned from the Entry, where they spent yesterday, partridge hunting. Hichard Stodden of Lutte, has been visiting at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. William Eranks of Lako Lind -n for a short time. D. W. Sutter and Wlllard E. Cray of Lako Linden, aro ponding n few days in tho woods In quest of par tridge. Oeneral Manager W. V. Fitch of tlie D. S. S. & A. road was a business vis itor among friends In Lake Linden on Thursday. Oscar Pollard of Calumet nnd J. Coddeau of Victoria. vMtod among friends in Hubbell this week. Tho University of Illinois football squad practice at night, under electric lights. Hoarseness In a child subject to croup is a sure Indication of tho ap proach of the disease. If Chamber lain's Cough Remedy Is given at once or even after the croupy cough has np prared. It will prevent tho attack. Contains no poison. Sold by Eagle Irug Store. Calumet and Laurlum Pharmacy, Laurlum. feet long, niul very would be net essary. RADIANT The Leader 4 Prices Reasonable, Terms Lenient, Liberal Gash Disc't In the beauty of design and finish, ease of oper ation and great fuel economy the STEWART leads them all. CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY PHONE 164. 400 FIMM STREET CALUMET, MICM w4" Mill II CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED FEMALE HELP. GIKL WANTED For Kneral house work. Small family, iro"d waures. Must speak Enirlir-h. Apply 443 Seventh Jt. WANTED (Jirl for general house work. Mrs. Engstrom, corner Sev enth ami Portland streets. FOR RENT. FOR KENT Office rooms on second floor of First National Hank Lldg., Laurium. Apply ut Lank. FOR 8 ALE. FOR SALE Horse suitable for deliv ering or driving. Phono 37. F. il. Lyon. 'OK SALE 6 room bouse arid barn In uood condition In Laurium. Sl.CuO. Apply to John Nelson, Hohnaii block, Calumet, Ileal Estate und Insurance. FLOWERS AND PLANTS. ESTATE A. M. YORK. All choice cut Mowers In season. Winn In need try ours. Correspondence with outside parties who desire Mist class stock invited. Send for quotations. Laurium Itrunch: Hancock: Cor. 3rd & Osceola Sts. Quincy St. Phone 4S2. Phono 175 lr. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J. E. FOISY, Music Stores. Headquarters for VICTOR, COLUMBIA and EDISON Talking Machines and Records. 3L'0 Hccla St., Laurium, Phone 321 J 1, 441 Fifth St., Calumet. Phono 503 Jl, DENTISTS. National Dentists Dr. C. E. SHELDEN, Mgr. LISA BLOCK 301 Sixth St. CALUMET VETERINARY SURGEONS. Culls Attended to Promptly Phone 29 Drs, McClure and Wilson VETERINARY SURGEONS Office: McClure's Barn NOR1H StVLNTH STREET CAl UMET INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. Office 208 fifth St. Phone No. 1 SGHNELLER.& LAWRENCE FIRE, LITE. ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE Real Estate and Loans Calumet RESTAURANTS. The Chicago Restaurant FOR YOUR MEALS THE BEST MEAL IN THE CITY FOR 25c 403 1-2 FIFTH ST. CALUMET TAILORS. J. J. Werschay The Flni-.t Tailored Clothes to Metis. ure. Mailt- to order Shirts und Under wenr. Now fall eultlntrs now on dla- P'y. S. E. Corner Oak A 5th St., Upstairs. HENRY LIUKKO THE TAILOR . Your full uit will bo right In Htylo and a perfect fit if wo do the tailor ing. You eannot afford to take uny kind of a "hnnd-mo-down" fult or nvoroont when Rood tnllor mnflc clothr onn ho hru1 nt tho low flffuro wr a fit. 318 Hecla St Faucett Block. Laurium STEWART of Them All The position of this stove as LEAD ER among first-claM base burners is firmly established. The accuracy with which all parts are fitted insures por feet operation. SPECIAL FEATURES. The most beautiful, highly polished nickle work found on any stove. Patent screw draft damper, insuring perfect control of fire. One piece firepot, removable through upper front doors. , Improved automatic magazine gas cover. The only perfect combination shak ing and duplex jrate. Extra large hot-air flue connecting with double heating attachment. Nickel will not discolor from heat. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EiMBALMER Phone 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlors at the Old Stand Jacob Kallio UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ladies and Gentlemen Embalmer R?r;. 418 Fifth Street STATIONERS. LEIKAS & CO. Souvenir Post Cards Writing Materials Fancy Stationery 439 riFTH ST., CALUMET MASSEUR TREATMENT. Mrs. Hilda H. Olson Midwife, Massuer Treatment for Rheumatism & Eczema etc. 3966 Wedge St. NEWTOWN JEWELERS. Einar Pesonen WATCHMAKER 419 Fifth Street, Calumet first Class Work at Cheap Prices. A. FAHLEN&CO. JEWELERS WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Complete Stock of first Class Jewelry 407 Fifth St. :: Calumet PAINTERS AND DECORATERS. Chicago Decorating Co. FRANK PENTZOLD, M0r..; HIGH GRADE WALL HAN6IN6S ARTISTIC INTERIOR SHOP: DECORATING AND 127 Hecla Street PAINTING. Phone 387, IAURIUM PETER MATTSON CONTRACTOR Deroratlnjf. painting, p.'ipor hansln and kalH.unlnlriR. Automobile and rar rli)R; painting a specialty. Shop, 406 Iroquois St. Office Hecla St. Phones:. Office, 357 J.. Res. 640. CIGARS. JOHN G. PETRITZ Wholesale and Retail CIGARS 214 FIFTH ST. :: CALUMET COLLEGES. Michigan College of Mines F. VV. McNAIR, President. located In the Lake Superior dis trict. Mines nnd mills accessible lor Collepo work. For Year Uojk and Itec ord of Graduates apply to President or Secretary. HOUGHTON MICHIGAN TYPEWRITERS of various makes for rent at reason able rates. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. Laurlum, Michigan. We also have a few slightly used ma crtinc for sale at bargain prices. THE LIMIT. - "Thnt fellow I nn nwfui boro." "Why do yon nay thnt?" "Oh, hp hnnps around nnd boasts thnt ho hnd his coal bin filled last Juno." divided int ten pnpmentu, Thw wJM I TffWiiinwii