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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER C, 1?09
FINE LIST OF ATiMCIIONS ALREADY BOOKED BY CUDDIHY ENGINEERS ANNUAL BALL ON THANKSGIVING EVE 66TI THE CALUMET NEWS. 1 u. 1 '" (THE HAVANA LONDRES FINOS) 9 IN A PACKAGE 15 CENTS AT Vastbinder 6; Read's Pharmacy I I j Whilt List for Season is Not Yet Com pUts a Glance at tha Names of Thosa Already Secured Will Give .in Idea of the Excellent Entertainment in Store For AM. ABRAHAM LINCOLN split rails to make money and saved it. YOU don't have to be a rail splitter to be a success, but you DO have to save your money. A safe place to deposit your savings is at the First National Bank of Laurium ' . . CAPITAL $1 00,000.01) SURPLUS & PROFITS $30,000.00 We Have Discovered I-'iif? mri) that a satisfied cus tomer is the must valuable as.set any busings can have. There fore wo do all in our power o please our customers and if your present needs include any build ing material, come ami see what we can do for yon. You'll find it will be to your n J vantage. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBQELL. CALUMET. HANCOCK. JOHN C. RICE DEAD. Well busiin ss bouses, as bis linn does busi ness direct with the retail trade. II was about Mty years of age and Is survived by a family. Krovn Travellr.a Man Pa Away in Milwaukee. I.axciin- s-ns.s, proprietor of the l:i-.,lun- h'-us.-, yesterday teoiv.,1 a bttr Ziiiimn map ! It .., or Mii- U lllrt--, , ;.Jjs,l!- i, ioi that their npte .:eiitatie. ,J.,!,!i Jtir,., died m that city "'i Friday, says tin- .Wuaun.e -.i il. i. .in ,,f the Mining Journal. Mr. Kiii' was taken ill at llreinmg house e weelv a no last Saturday, with a Se- Vi It attack o appendicitis. He suf- . f-r. .1 roiiwjd rably that nijil.t and Sun-, . regular monthly meeting of the t'ty and Sunday night, but would not Calumet township board was held this P' t iuit the ,tei p. ,,,,,. to call a phy-1 morning, only routine bushiest) was MMan. Kinaiiy on Monday morning a j transacted. rhysi. Un uas called in, and. finding j Word has U n received here tii it K.ce m a had way, advised an immed-j Captain Hit-hard James has reached late operation. He expr-ssed a thsire; Cornwall. Ktic. where j III .-nen,! Partridge hunters generally do not report very good luck this year. It Is sail that the birds are not numerous and that they c. m to be wilder than usual. Some of those who have good dogs have met with fair success, but the average hunter is getting from otic to three birds f if his day's work. Manager John j. Cuddiliy of the Calumet theater baa booked so far an excellent lot of at tract i 'tis. While the list Is by no means com Mete, sti'l glance at the attractions already e- cured. for the tn ason will the an Ide.i of the excellence of the bookings The next production l appear here will bo on lctober 16. matinee and night, when the musical melodrama. The Ciirl from the 1'. S. A." last year's Chicago big fuccss, will bo een. "The (Jlrl Question" will be here on October 21. This is it No ono of last year's successes. It Is to be fol lowed on October 3n by tho famous Primrose Minstrels, who will make their first appearance here. On No veniber 3. that high-class drama. "The Gentleman from MNsIppl," will be seen in the local playhouse, direct from a successful Chicago run, It ap pearing there at the present time. T.ia famous Howe's moving picture will lie in Calumet on .Vovemher 1.1 iind H with all of the latest moving pic tu res. and Is to be followed on No vember 10 with the remedy. "Don't te.l my wife." The ever popular Frank I.. Long stock company will be here the week of November 22. which will include Thanksgiving, and December that p"piilar play. "David Copper- field," will be witnessed. Joe Calla han and his merry Troubadours aro booked :for 'rhree niirht. hepinnin I'cceniDcr y and ending the night of December 11. This Is a high-class vaudeville attraction, and N sure trt please. (Jcorge Parr McCutcheon'a popular production, "Craiistaik" wdl be here on I)ecctiil.. 1? "Vim ..K. born Cinderella." Is booked for Decern ber 23. This is a very popular musical comedy, in fact ono of the best and is sure to draw. The Flora De Voss stock company is booked for the Ne ears week, beginning January 3. Other attractions in the New Year will be "The Climax," a high class drama dealing with Wall street. This Is to be followed with "A knight for ajiay," and "The Thief," one of Charles Froh inan's strongest plays. Then will come In succession. Carl XV. Cook's stock company, booked for two weeks .In January. "The Winning Miss," a mu sical comedy with all the latest fea tures. "Paid in Full," "The Man of the Hour. l'he Tiir.e. Place, and the (Jlrl. Al. H. Wilson, the golden-voiced tenor, Planehe .Valid), "I'nclc Tom's Cabin," atul oih. r attractions. 'At the regular drill conducted at the Calumet Light Guard armory List ev ening, the members of company A, Knghutis, decided to conduit their annual ball at the armory on Thanks giving eve, November 21. The enter tainment will be placed In the hands of a committee which will b.s named by l 'aid. Jesse Meads this wtck. und reported to the numbers of the com pany next Tuesday evening. It is pro posed to make this event oiu of the best that has ever been given by the Engineers, and as the ball ls til way 4 one of the most prominent events in the social season it is expected that it will be a success in every way Tile C. & II. orihestra will be ,lgaj:e,l to rentier music for dancing, :md the hall will be especially dceoraUd for this occasion. The drill conducted last evening was the first of a special course of Instruc tion, prepared for the members of the Calumet company by the regular army officers. The lesson for last evenlnir knot tying. From this time on the company will devote considerable time to the above mentioned course, although a sufficient amount of work will be done on the tloor to maintain the usual efficiency ami to familiarize the new recruits with the regular drills. Several new recruits were admitted to the company last evening, and many more on the waiting list. The prizes which have been hung up by the officers for the member who se cures tho largest number of recruits are being hotly contested for, and It will be a matter of but n short im.. when the company Is brought tin to Its normal strength. FALL OPEN CALUMET STORE FURS b 1 MEED J fcj IbJ fciil I LT3 IWGl WORK ! BUILDING & LOAN REPORT SHOWS PROGRESS IS MADE I" go to Milwaukee to be operated on, and he was sent away that night. The deceased was well known in the upper peninsula, as he had traveled through this region for Zimmerman Pros, for the past ten (r twelve years, lie was a fretpi' m vl.-itor, ami was known by many people outside of the the winter. A regular met ting of Calumet nerle No. 3i2 F. O. I', will he held Wednes day evening. A large attendance la r 'lucstcd. .J. C. VOGKL. President. AI.UCRT lil.'RKMAN. Sec. fcXilXUMENT OF CONDITION Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET, MICH. At Close of Business. September 1, 1909 RESOURCES. Lo.uh, mortgages and securities i ve rdrafts " Furniture and fixtures Cash on band In banks LIABILITIES. Capital stock Surplus fund l'ndi viib d profit .. Deposit ..$1,432,258 f2 3.VI5 2: 7,000 00 . 1.M4.546 57 $2,004,191 38 .$ 150,000 00 150,000 00 53,8 1 3 77 . . 2.250.311 61 TEACHERS' ANNUAL MEETING. Miss V. Winnifred Laccy, chairman of the primary section of the Upper Peninsula IMucational association, which is to hold Its annual session In the Ishpeming high sclio d on Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, the 15th, lfith and 17th, has prepared the follow, ing program: Stories ami Story Telling Hullo Gay Rushmorc; department of reading ami expression at the Northern State Normal. The Primary Teacher linn. I,. I,. Wright, state superintendent of public Instruction. The Primary Schoolroom Supt. R 10. Scribner; (a) Dramatization, as an aid in teaching Heading and Language; (b) Seatwork in the Primary Grades; Miss Ma M. Densmore. The association Is fortunate In hav ing secured the services of Miss Dens more, who Is an expert In primary work. She is director of the Western State Normal Training school nr Kal amazoo, Mich., and her talks will doubtlefs prove of great assistance to all tip' primary teachers In attend ance. While in the city Miss Dens-mor- will be pleased tt talk on any subject desired by tlr primary teneh- rs aside from the regular numbers of tlin program. During the meeting this year the primary and kindergarten sections will not hold their meetings on tho same day, for the reason that in previous years so many of the primary teachers desired to attend the kindergarten sec tion, but could not do so on nccount of both being held at the same hour. At ii meeting of the directors of the Copper Country Puilding and Loan association, with offices In the lh block, yesterday afternoon, the sev enth quarterly report was presented. The report shows that excellent progress has been made. During the last quarter a total of $40,000 had been advanced on mortgage loans. "This brings the total to date advanced on mortgage loans, $135,700. During the quarter Just closed there were 2,503 shares sold, making a total of 18.381 shares now In force. The eighth series began on''' October 1. and already a goodly number of bhares have been subscribed. The company has been doing busi ness just one year and a half and it Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday October 5th, 6th and 7th ART NEEDLE WORK All new up-to-date Needle Work and Fancy Goods. Art and Craft, Mission, Adobe, Muscaoaa, Agatn and many others. FUR FURS FUR Only a look through our Furs will give our line justice, we show the largest line ever shown in the Upper Peninsula. Honestly made and guaranteed. Calumet zssssssa has mndowch strides tfi'a't1 It has been decided to ask for a franchise from the secretary of state to Increase the canitalization from J nort nnn .n $3,000,000. 'This will be 'done before the year expires. ' ' ' The company has a total of J13.-..70t invested In '-hiortgaJTo loans, which, with a total of $l,f)!ifr Invested In stock loans, brings the total up (o $137,6!iO. f, : i nm pan fPEra n n. o IMJolif i) B 1 lElivl S 3 rtjj II rftigy Houghton BASS! CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION. The manufacturers and wholesalers of the country seem to hab determin d upon a campaign of education among the retailers, concerning' the effect of the new tariff schedules af fecting their particular lines of goods. This is especially true of concerns making dry goods, clothing and leather goods, and local retailers handling these lines, are being Hooded with tar iff literature. The general tone of the circulars Is that clothing and dry goods both wool and cotton iire going to ad vance in price, ami that there is likely to be h temporary advance in leather goods, but that free hides IU eventual ly bring great benefits to the consumer and to the manufacturer. vJt Is said that at present the demand fcr leather exceeds the demand for beef. X ; t INDOOR. BASEBALL . TEAM. Remittances To Europe or other countries should be sent by Foreign Drafts because they are Safer. We issue them for whatever amount you require. See us about your next re mittance abroad. STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH. Capital $75,000.00 Surplus 5100,000.00 GRAND THEATER PROGRAM. Th management of the Grand then, tt r of Calumet offered nn entirely new program t Its patrons last evening, which will be repeated this evening. The pictures shown are. "Peasant Prince." "Kmpty Sleeve," and "He Couldn't Dance, but Ho Learned." The songs for the program are also new, "After 'While", n spot light song, nnd "Good-night pelnved, Good-night." both by J'e Marshall. In about two weeks time Physical Director Sherwood of the Y. M. C. A will organize an Indoor baseball team. All Of liist venr'ia l.l'ivi.ru , -.. nviill.il.ln I Tli,, III !,.,.. .1... .. a nui iltu me nil II II 1,1 KC 'l already playing one season together, and this with coaching on tho part of the physical director should make this season's team a strong one. As . usual Raines will be arranged with the M. ('. M. ami other teams in the copper eun try. The prospects are bright for an interesting season. There will be a special communication of Calumet lodge, No. 271 1 & A. M. Thursday evening Oct. 7t.i at 7:30 o'clock. Work in the l'J. A. degree. J. J. KLZAH, JR.. W. M. PIKUCK ItOUEUTS. Sec'y You may not need additional insurance today, but it will pay you to figure with Faucctt Bros. & Guck when you do LOCAL BHEVTTIEV Jacob Rompanen was arrested and brought before Justice Jaekola last evening on the charge of creating .1 noise and disturbance. He pteadod guilty and was fined $2 and costs. , Contractor Thomas ltastlan startd plastering the new Centennial school today. This school should soon be ready for occupancy. The plastering of the new Clipper City school was completed yesterday by Mr. Ilavtl.ui. J. W. Nara. the Fifth street photo grapher, loft this afternoon for Chi Wr Dpartment Putt Ban on Afy business trip. William Gumlrey, the wdl known C. & H. cricketer, has arrived at his home m Camborne, Cornwall, and will spend the winter there. Mrs. James Pa scop has nrrlved he-e nnd wllj J"ln her husband at Mohawk. William ITustlce. captain of the Painestlale cricket team, has nccept etl a position with the North Kear nrge branch of the Osceola Mining company. Miss F.dith Oliver of Elm street. Is spending a few days with Pnlnesdal friends. John Adams of the Morgan and Orlerson meat market, of Centennial, has gone to Chicago on a visit of two weeks. . Wllllnm Martin of 'Centennial, In Chicago on a two weeks visit. .Martin Tresbbbr, William Simon. from Winona, where they were sucesa fuj in bagging several partridges. William ltryant of this city has ac cepted u position us llrctnaii at North Ahmeek. Glen Obeiihoff has accepted a posi tion with the Williams dyeing ami cleaning works on Third street, Mur ium. The St. Jcnnaln property, corner of Oak and Seventh streets, is bclmr re decorated in the Interior. James I.. Nankcrvls, ex-inlncral sta tistician, is expected home this week from New York and other eastern cit iH, where he has been spending the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Dennetts of Ahmeek are home from Alpena, where they spent a couple of weeks. George Jurovich or Loud City. S. D., elected financial secretary at the re cent triennial convention or the Croa tion National society here, left for homo today. Ii3 ? William S. Marble or Gladstone Is visiting In Calumet. Sidney Pea ret? was a Painestlale vis itor yesterday. Richard J. Williams of Ishpeming is visiting in Calumet for a few davs. A. Konsso of Chlsholm, Minn., Js in Calumet on business. Samuel Chenhalls of Itaraga Is spending a few days with friends lit re. Alfred Trudgeon and wife, who have been on a visit to their old botm Hi t, nival, Cornwall, have returned to Calumet. They will likely Jocate at Palnesdale. Martin Hiik of Calumet entertained a number of friends at. a stag party at the Section IB park, last Sunday after noon. The party was a verv ideasnnt one. P.. T. Williams arrived in Calumet yesterday and Is to become connected with the United Wireless company as operator, succeeding Mr. Helnt. who pas been transferred to New York. John II. Rochen, of the Northern I tine offices In St. Paul, who Is visiting among friends In the copper country for a short time, was in Calumet yes terday. lit Will Warm Your Heart - jr." r. p. V HI .a i-&1 'I Just to rcn bow beautiful and and artistic our parlor and dining rot m y'oves are. And as for wr.rming thu room, why they'll make you as cosy ami comfortable as can be. Tin y n fjuli e little attention ami lit tle cofct too. Take u look at them and let us prove that they are as good as they aro handsome. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MICHIGAN ATTENTION, ELKS! There will be a regular meeting of Calumet lodge, p. p. o. ij.( N( 4, Wtdner.lay evening. Oct. C. Initiation and ballot lie', tliisinesw .r imi.hi tin. portance. HARRY S. SCOTT. Ex. R. FRANK DIKTKL, Jr., Secretary THE HIGH GRADE PIANOS AND PLAYER-PIANOS FACTORY PRICES CABLE PIAMO CO. Largest Manufacturers of Pianos, Player-Pianos and Organs in the World :: -:: We Save You Money Hy building all our pianos in our own factories, and by reason of our tremendous business, we're enabled to sell the highest grade of pianos at prices usually asked for instru ments not so good. One call at our store will convince you that we can save $75 for you on any piano you may select. You can pay by the month. The Gable Piano &n IIS rifth Xtrnnt -r-,. m vt, 1 mt r Wit Huppe 5sioes tor tine iBoys and Girls!! et-?-Urfr,k inclu,leovoraI ottho very best makes in tho mark-et-Ft-Class. up-to-date, guaranteed quality shoes. You can Bot any leather :: any style :: any last :: any price FROM $2.0O UP! 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