THE CALUMET NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1909
MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL
IS AWARDED MANY PRIZLS
Exhibit Sent by Calumet High School
Manual Training Department to the
Copper Country Fair Receives
Twelve Firsts and Seven Seconds-
Classes Hold Meetings.
Tlif ;irtil s. nt t tin Vp
. niiiitiy f.ur l.y the ni.inu.il tr.iiiiuiK
t! .ai tnn til of the ( 'aliuiii t huh -li
tt.uk iiint tt i'ii i i. m, consisting
tWt'Jv" lilsl.-t illlil SrVt'll .st'l'tithl.x.
iuii:ilx-r iiii.s wtrc also won lv
tlii' lixch.inir.il ilr.i v in,; 1 p.il tint lit
'llit aititli's winiiHi prix.s aiiil lli
liiak' i s' nanu s art- .is f i i ! s :
Knife and full, W. Lavrs, first
lliiiitiiiK knift J.
II. in. lie c.l.l (hi.-. I . Craiitlniir
Talmiii t t J. Morris.. n am! W. L.i-
V I'M, lilst I'l i.l'.
I'h.tir -f. Nil li.. lis an.l J. Strut;:' I.
Skip --W. Wissl. first pri.c.
Lamp yfaritl an.l . Inido - -It. Cilmotir,
1 . 't in i nil, ti
; J. Hall, r, lit
ill. r K. tl.'a-:
RURAL COMEDY ARTISTS
AT THE BIJOU THIS WEEKi
l'.uli" c'liil'LiM tiii.l his lu girl.
M try Jan.', in t!u ir c!cv. r i aral com-
t at tla- LiJ.iu ti.raUr tli .m week
a iv olio if tin- best features of the
ntiiv proKrj.m. I'liil.I. rs portraying
tin- character of an old fanr.i r, la true
to nad mak.s a Mi,- lilt with tin
ainlliiifo. Mis narration of his cxpe
il'iir.'s with llio "no-ii tlarn Kliarpcrs"
;:n.l board of trails linn in I'hicaa
vt.k.s a cant inuotis lausli. Mary
GIGGLR BOWLING LEAGUE
EOR CALUMET THIS YEAR
llAURIUM COUNCIL HEARS'
MANY REPORTS AT MEETIN
! Report of the Sidewalk Contractor
Shows That Much Work Has Been
Done During September Pond Wa
ter Improvement Will Cost the Vil
lag Large Sum of Money.
Indications Point to a Much Larger
League Than That of Last Year
Bowlers Will Resume Popular Pas
time This Month Alleys in Good
tal- S. V. '.lil.i r, s
I'tKk I... I. In-I).
i ... t J.
Moi i i. .
tail sloi U, siT' W and hind!
soat for tliilliii'; machine J.
ami A. I V i u II. first prize.
High School (Notes,
iioro A ci.iss In hi a iin i t
v afternoon ami l"t lt d
follow im: offit
this semi s-
i t 'a ul' y.
l'ii'si.1. nt Austin Hal
ir.'-pr. si.l. nt - Mary
S . -rotary- V.ilbr M
Tri asiiriT Walt'-r ',ri s.
'I ho s. nior I! (la-; tin t y. sti r. lay
n I'ti Tiio.iu f,,r tla- pnrposi. of d.ei.lini:
tin- : ( ! of class pin they w.u. li.iv. .
It vas tli'ni;;ht lust ' tin- nn -inher.
ii'" lit to rl. i t a committee to look
nv r tin- .lit'fi n tit pins ami to have
I'lio ready f .r tin- approval of tin- class
at tin n.'Xt tin . tine. Tin- followim?
form tin- commit toe: I'hilip I'cter
hian, chairman; Francis ("Surk. L .'''i''
Jii lf, Li'slio lionalil ami Ion.- Suinton.
The liili school ami varimis schools
of Calumi t w ill In- closi'.l ali il ly Fli
ilay to allow the t. acln rs to att ml th.
Iloiinhton Ki'Wi'i-na w itistitut'.' to In
In I'l at Calmii' t 1'iiilay ami Satur.l.iy,
.-t. s ami i.
Work is li. iny; rusln il on the six now
1 ass rooms in the hiyh s. liool so that
liny tan lie oi-ciipi.-.l nt th.' carli.st
il.ili' possil.lc. This then do away
with tin- crowding of th" class rooms.
opi iinl at tin. Y,
pccteil that the
'aliinn t Social
month. The V
'T.UCE CHI LDERS" AT THE
Jane, wl.ii attempts to recite a pnft
Kni.e has taught In r. an.l t Ven-
tually for:;t ts so milch of it that IIiiIm
has to il.i it him --. !f. also makes a hit
with the clow.l. The finish of tin
ski-tih. iii uhieh t nti rtaim rs hrinn
forth swei t strains fiom two cnnlelv
mail.' violins havs the audience In
y.o.l l.im.or. The violins are mad,, of
ciuar iiox.s aim iiat one strinij m
With the opening of the bowling seu-
son this month, those who follow this
-port during the w inter and fall months
are lifmuin-r to look forwanl to the
organization of a leaauo and It appears
that it will le necessary to organize
two leagues this year, or to have xt-v-
tl nioiv teams in one leauue than
1.11 year. Without doubt tlu iv will be
iyht teams anxious to Join the league
season has already
M. i'. A. and it is x
i.ison will open at tin-
tluh early In the
M. -'. A. season will
tnillr. Three teams will
nttretl from the V. M. C.
A. this year, and two r.uli from the
Y. M. A. an.l the Social tluh. The
alleys will probably be Installed in the
new Klks temple, early enough to per
mit the oi i;inization ..f a Mron team
amonK the Klks. A nieetin will pn.h.
il ly be t-alled in a short time, of the
prospective members of the Labile, and
the organization will bo perfected for
another Var ami the officers cl'Vled.
A si heiluli' w ill also lie arrantred
All of the alleys in Calumet are In
first class condition nt the nrcseiit
and the outlook for the season Is
bright. With the advent of the auto
matic- pin si It. is. which are to be use.l
for th,' first lime at the alleys In the
l-:iks' it mple. it is thought that a sim-
ilir eollilimcnt will be used lor the
.t!:er alleys in this city. The alleys at
the Y. M. I. A. have been idaced in
" I condition, and new balls and pins
nrid lo replace those which Were
rn out last season.
Fubsrr.b" ffr The New.
MUCH WINE WILL BE MADE
IN CALUMET EOR LOCAL USE
During the Next Few Days Many Car
loads of Grapes will be Received
From New York. Iowa and Michigan
and Thousands of Gallons of Wine
Will be Stored in Cellars.
next f.;W days many
the Austrian, Croatia l
i.itioiialiti.n in Calunn't
1 in the ma'viiiR of wine
111' III li.-M of
and Italian I
will he i n na n .
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
WILL OPEN BILLIARD HALL.
A. J I. Konze of Ilulntlv ban arrived
Calumet and Is niaklntr arran.'.v-
ts to op. n a modern billiard and
I Parlor in the south Kid,, or the
Kllppe block, formerly the StelbtllZ
block, on Heela street, Lautium. The
interior of the building is being x-
lensivtly altered and will be finished
In an up-to-date manner. The best
I -illiard an.l pool tables obtainable will
he installed ami the i stablishmcnt will
be ready for business about Oct. 1.1.
.Mr. Konze has t-onsiderable experience
in this business, as he operated similar
Institutions in Duluth, nibbing and
Here are highest interest
rates joined to
The f irst National Bank
aeauSCTraratfrT A JJLIi.t sjg-Jj
MARKET FOR DY-PRODUCTS.
Tlie Calumet Gas company Is be-
uinning to realize small profits from
Its by-products as well jiu from IVn
e of gas. As was recently men
tioned the corn Pa nv miimlied thr tar
Irosslng for the macadam streets of
Laurium, to the village at a rate of
cents p. r gallon, an exceptionally low
tate. The amount of this product.
however. Is greater than the local con
sumption, and at regular Intervals
hipmcnts are made to Chicago. In R,-
fi'iO-gallon lots. The company also pro
duce s ammonia and coke, most of
which is marketed In the copper country.
Beautiful Art Picture Free
We have secured the exclusive riht for this city
ur;!l!,l!ln,ler " p-to-iiate color reproductions hy
W ill (irefe. The reproductions, w ithout advertising,
suitable for framing, will be jriven tree of charge
as follows :
m When CASH purchases amounting to $2.50 are
indicated on a card (we ive you for'the asking) you
get your choice of one of these inagnificentcolor
Preparations Well Under Way For
Meeting at Ishpeming Oct. 14-16.
Preparations are being made at Ish
peming for the U. I K. A. which
met t s in that eitv Oct. 14-1fi A larL...
atundance is txpected and a splendid
program will be arranged for the vis
iting teachers. Thursday evening
Samuel I, orth, a well known attor
in y of Cleveland, o and president of
tin; school board, will deliver an ad
dress f.n "The Call of the Nations to
Our Public Schools." After the pro
gram the townspeople and local teach-
rs will hold a reception for the visit
ors. Friday evening Prof. J. (. Car
ter troop will lecture- on George Eliot.
A sp clal effort Is being made to o
cure a large attendance of school
board members. Those officers, will
meet at a luncheon Friday noon which
w ill be followed by a program. Among
the speakers will be the Hon. A. S.
lantb inann of the Milwaukee school
board who will talk on the "Necessary
lie organization of Our Public Schools."
Teacher who wish to secure acco
modations should write to Principal C
I.. Phps or Commissioner A. K
Sterne of the Ishpeminir committee.
No business of special Important'
came before the regular meetinu: of th
Laurium village council last eveninii
The count II approved the usual batch
of bills ami disposed of its routine
Action was deferred upon the ap
plications of whlows and others In ex
treme need, to have their taxes re
mitted, there being an unusually lar?e
number of such applications. In other
years the council Is called upon to re
mit the taxes for about six or seven
applicants, but this year there are a
round dozen to he .acted upon. The
warrant on the tax roll expires on
Oct. IS, but it Is not expected that
the county treasurer will call for its
return until long after that date.
The council decided that John Hunt,
ttreet rommlssioner of the Ivlllage,
should be paid for services rendered
during the firemen's tournament In tho
capacity of a nlnht watchman.
The agitation which was mentioned j
in these columns last week, w hich alms
to secure a shorter connection between
I.aurluiji and the county highway both
on tno north and south, reached the
council last evening. The members
looked with favor upon the project
and named a committee consisting r.f
. II. ivian. Malcolm Mcleod and M.
K. O'llrlen, who will wait upon the
official. of the C. If. Mining com
pany ntui endeavor to devise a plan
whereby the connect Ing links may b.
established. It Is suggested that r
short road between Church street
i aiiimet. an.l Amygdaloid or Ahme-k
streets on the north and between Co
luriuna or I'nion street. Kaymbanl-
town and Tamarack or IT em streets
oil the south U'Olll.l nrm'.i -,.f.. 1,...-.
flelal to th- town.
It was suggested that the village
Purchase a meter tester, at n cost of
about loo. It develops that some
of the meters which have been In
stalled by the village do not operate
properly, and it l;i claimed that n me
ter fester would protect the village ,js
well as the water consumers. I'p (n
the present time 125 meters have been
Installed, and In many cases the sand
blocks the meter and prevents It from
giving correct returns.
i no council decided to pay f2'0 of
tne money now in the special assess
..I in,.., u,.mi inf. nojo which was
entered Into f,r this fund. The bal
ance will be retained to meet the in
terest upon the note when It falls due.
The special assessment note now
amounts to about f.l.Onn. The presl-
uent nn,l clerk wire authorized M
make a small loan for the general
run.ls in case such a loan I needed.
The report of Contractor John T
.mci .oiiaiu, wn.i has laid the cement
sidewalks In the village was received
by the council last evening. The re
port shows that during the month of
epiemner. ;i..,L".)0.!l7 SfU.arr feet Of
walks were laid, the record for this
month being almost as large a.a the
t j my, wnen 37.fiO2.04 sfjuaro
reet were bu.lt. This makes the totil
for the summer 113.221. 51 square feet,
which n't 4 cents per foot, amounts
to $7.6-12.43. Of this amount $2,024.82
Is due. which together with the fifteen
per cent of the total cost of the work,
which has been retained by the coun
cil until a final settlement Is made,
leaves the balance, $3,171.17.
The street commissioner's report
shows that during the month $l.r.64.3S
were spent for public improvement, the
pon.1 water Improvement being tha
most Important item In this account.
Thus far tin- work which was dona
has cost the village. $1,104.13.
The following reports were presented
and approved by the council last eve
Italanee'on hand Rent. Rft" ai
Ocneral fund 6 606 71
X 105.1 2
Street and bridge fund..
Outst in.llng orders
Treasurer's balance ... .
Ilalance on hand 5.50.H
Uecclvttl drom taxes 4.703.
Ilalance en lian.l 10,212.4
Special Assessment Fund.
Ilalan.'t. on hand $231. 5G
Secretary of Water Board's Report
Delinquent taxes on July 1, '09 4.S00.20
Collected up to Oct. 1 3.S00.P9
Ilukince still delinquent .... 99.21
Delinquent for quarter ending
Hotal delinquents on books,
Collected since Oct. 1
Ilalance on hand Aug. 31...$
Taxes collected up to Sept. 1
Delinquent sidewalk tax ...
Anil, collected for sidewalks
Ilalance of delinquent sidewal'
WE SELL THREE OF THE
BEST MAKES OF SHOES
Stetson Shoes $5.50 and $6.on
I Ralston Health Shoes . . $4.00
W. L. Douglas $3.00 and $3.50
,V A New Supply oi the Celebrated Holeprool Hosiery Just ReceiYcd
We guarantee HOLEPROOF
box Decausc wc Know nicy win wear
0 montlisor morewithout holes, rip
rr tp.ir f "
You will get twice the worth of
your money n you insist on tne genuine
Now 23c a wir G pair puarunUvd 6 niontlis $1.50
Sea bland Cotton $2.00 Silk Lisle $100
ol op ro ar p si rf
ED. HAAS & CO.
WORK IS DISCONTINUED.
The work upon the pond water sys
tem in Laurium, was discontinued
attain this week because of the delay
In receiving the pipe. About 2.200 ft
of pipe has already been laid, but tin
remainder, about, 1.300 feet has not
reached (his city, and until it does, n
progress can be made. It will not
quire much time to complete the work
which has been started when the pip
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
OiriL V.'ANTTi:i For treneral bonse-
rk. Small family, good wages. Must
speak English. Apply 413 Seventh M.
The Italian societies of Laurium are
making big plans for the ohscrvane
of Columbus day next week, and they
will co-operate with the Calumet
cleties to the fullest possible extent
I. has. Wtbb of Laurium Is expected
back tomorrow from Tlovola where In
has been hunting partridge.
J. McMuilen of the Manufacturers
Life Insurance company with ofllces in
Detroit. Im v s I iur In , i,
i Mid A l.'ln.ll..f IT., rw.,...l, ., 1 (1..
....... II . ll.llKl.t l, III1U .l I .
James Uutler of the Quincy Mills,
were visitors among Laurium friends
Chas. Mclntyre, Ted Ilennes, James
T. Fisher, John Amolsch, ami Will
Oat os returned home yesterday from
Copper Harbor where they have been
The funeral of the late Timothy C.
Lynch was conducted this morning,
with KervlccH nt the Sacred Heart
..hurch at 9 o'clock and Interment at
Cordon It. Campbell of Calumet has
returned from Kiubee where he with
other local people visited the C. & A
mine, oilier members of the Tarty
will return this week.
l aucett Hro8. & (luck of Calumet
have almost completed the erection of
an eight-room house In tollman's ad
dition, and a five-room structure on
October 24 and 25 have been desig
nated as the dates of the his Italian
convention at Iron Mountain, when the
upper peninsula league will be for
the Phillips livery of Laurium Is
being extensively remodeled and In a
Khort time will bo one of the most up
to-ciate institutions of Its kind In this
WANTED (Jootl. reliable nurse girl.
Apply Mrs. Will lioono, ZVJ IVwab'c
WANTED C.irl for general house
work. Apply 155 Woodland Ave.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
W. J. BLOY
Phone 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan
Undertaking Parlora at th Old 8tani
WANTED MALE HELP.
CIOAK SALESMAN WANTED Ex
perience unnecessary. Hig pay.
CJlobo Cigar Co., Cleveland, O.
I Oil RENT Office rooms on second
floor of First National Hank llldg..
Laurium. Arply at Hank.
WILLIAM BABC0CK DIES.
what you're g. ttlng in ti. .;,( it
ilie liilid, the cutting. Die weight. Tile
Illoie you See, tin I,. tl, r SV1. V il liki
it. been;:.- tl ,. ., (ter you 111 be sat
Mini. We have on hand every gomi
tiling In the mi at line.
m W. J. Reynolds
for the coming winter and next Bum
Many carloads of grapes are expect
1 lu re during the next few days, ull
for wine making purposes. Most of
these grapes are coining from th-
Mate of New Yoi, while Iowa ami
Michigap will also ship In a large
Each ear that conns Into Calumet
laden with grapes contains nbout 15
tons. It Is estimated by a local wine
maker that In- can get 120 gallons of
pure wine from one tnn of grapes. It
will thus be Kin that many gallons of
wine will be stored away In local cel
lars. Most of this wtne will bo con
sumed during the next twelve month.
There are some cellars that contain
wine t"o years old. but not many, and
even thop who have the beverage of
that age, have only small quantities ef
It. wlild? or kepi Tor special occa
sions. The wine that !s mnilo here Is popu
lar with local consumer. It Is made
entirely from grapes and Is pure. Mrny
who have been making wine for yea-s
know exactly how to treat It to get tho
best results and run no risk of spoil
ing any of th product.
We have Rirthstones for
all months also Lake
Superior Green Stones
and with rinjj mount
ings of all sizes which
we constantly keep in
stock, we can at very
short notice, make ,up a
birth month ring for
321 FIFTH ST.
m. Habcock (lied at the Calumet
public hospital last evening after an
illness of only a few days with typhoid
fever. The deceased was 24 years ot
age and came to the copper country
snori time ago from his home In
laiogenow, Cornwall. Ho had boon
working In the South Kearsarge mine
until ho became ill bint week and lu
was remove,! to the Calumet public
Hospital last Friday. He is survive,!
by one brother (Seorge, who resides In
Kansas City, and both parents and
several brothers and elstors In Eng
at the Red Jacket Congregational
church, corner 7th and Oak streets
TI.....I . ' '
jomsuay evening, October 7th. Fill
course Including pasty, pickles, coffet,
ice cream and cake for 35 cents. Tas
ty pickles, coffee, 25 cents: Ice errnm
and cake ir. ef.ni. n
home made and good coffee assure .1.
Supper served at 5 o'clock am! onniin'
ued during evening.
FLOWERS AND PLANTS.
ESTATE A. M. YORK
A II ....
.... . .....,. ,ui flowers In season. When
in nee.i try ours. Corrcsnondone.. win.
outside parties Wlin .l..uU.. ct ... . f
in ni cians
Htock Invited. K..n,1
Laurium Uranch: ir,in,.n,.i,.
Ccr. 3rd &. Dlranl. Ct. r
I hone 4S2. 1'hone 175 Ir.
You Won't Have "Coin Feet
If You BuyjDurTi
r iS b.0,h IUerally nnd PariKorically true. Good
... uUU voaiDUt WIint's fho
mi vuui uiu WOOu.
I ED. ULSETH Coal & Wood
FOR SALE 6 room house and barn in
good condition In Laurium, $1,650.
Apply to John Nelson. Holman block,
Calumet, Real Estate and Insurance
Dr. C. E. SHELDEN, Mgr.
301 Sixth St. CALUMET
UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Ladies and Gentlemen Embalmer
418 Fifth Street
LEIKAS & CO.
Souvenir Post Cards
439 FIFTH ST., CALUMET
Mrs. Hilda H. Olson
Treatment fcr Rheumatism
& Eczema etc.
3966 Wedge St. NEWTOWN
J. E. FOISY, MUSIC STORES
VICTOR. COLUMBIA and EDISON
I alking Machines and Records
320 Mecla St., Laurium. Phone 324 Jt.
441 fifth St.. Calumet. Phone 501 li.
Calls Attended to Promptly Phone 29
Drs. McGlure and Wilson
Office: McClure's Barn
NORTH SEVENTH STREET CALUMET
419 Fifth Street, Calumet
first Class Work at Cheap. Prices.
WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Complete Stock of first Class Jewelry
407 Fifth St. :: Calumet
PAINTERS AND D ECO RATERS.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE.
Olfice 208 fifth St. Phone No. 1
SCHNELLER & LAWRENCE
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT AND
PLATE GLASS INSURANCE
Real Estate and Loans Calumrt
Chicago Decorating Go.
rnmi rtNTZOLD, Mgr.
HI6H GRADE WALL HANGINGS
ARTISTIC INTERIOR SHOP
PAINTING. Phone 387 LAURIUM
FOR YOUR MEALS
HE BEST MEAL IN THE CITY FOR 25c
403 1-2 FIFTH ST. riniMrr
Tho Finest Tailored Clothes to Mens-
Ure. Mildi. In nr.L.. Qhi.i. it.. ...
- in nun uiiuer
wear. Now fall aultlnirs now on AW.
S. E. Cornsr Oak & 5th St- Unlt.:
Decorating, unlntlnsr. i inner imnrinp.
and kalsomlnlne. Automobile, nn.l enr-
rlnpo fialntlnR ft specialty.
Shop, 406 Iroquois St. Offics Hcla St.
Phones:. Office, 357 J.. Res. 640.
The Chicago Restaurant jhn g. petritz
Wholesale and Retail
214 FIFTH ST. :: CALUMET
Michigan College or Mines
F. VV. McNAIR, President.
Located In the Lake Superior dis
trict. Mines and mills accessible for
CoIIcro work. For Year Uook and Rec
ord of Oraduatee apply to President or
HENRY LI UK KO
I ME TAILOR
Your full rult will he rlchf In
and a nerfert fl r
. i" tailor
ing, you rannnt nftv.r.1 ...
'hnnd-me-down" suit -w
overcoat when co.u! im.,.
clothes can be had nt th t,..
318 Heela St. F.ucet HlnrU
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Write for a copy of our catalog. It's frea.
IN PRICE, NOT SIZE.
Ho looked in n store window. nnT
jww. "Hat re.Iuce.l." "Heaven!" saKt
he to himself. "Vhnt wan their ord
inal alzor Llppincott'a. j
.no m 1,c
tbe . namv poan'fT-anfl
divided ijnt ten tnjment. There wJHJ
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