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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1303.
0 ' THE CALUMET NEWS. ARE GREAIli PlEASfD Willi VISIT 10 COPPER COUNTRY President Grien and Organizer Fran couer of Canadian American Society Like Hospitality of This Region Viaited Points of Interest Brien Will Ask Re-election. I nave enjoyed my vis.t to the cop- l r t i'uiitry linitu iisvly. Your peoi are ureal 1 uti rt.iiiu is, and 1 sli.ill al- liaW pleasant treollt tiolls i'f this visit." Thus spnke S.iprcnii' I'll ld nt A. A. v.. l'.ritti of tin- I'iin.nli.in AiiK i ii aii I rat i mil U'tv. tn a .Ni's inai) yt'sti'itl.iy. ll's i marks wnc re iterated liy rxMN.y.i r 'ranciner. Mr. Itiien I.s a resident of ManelicM l r, N. II., :iu.l tlii.s wnk paid M lit visit to tin' coim r niiuiity in hi.-, ol'll elal capneity. Oryitiil.rr 1'ianroiliT. who reside at i'iii'Ipcc, In t'anail.i. h.i. lu rll In re befurc, out lit' stated he li' V rr tires of visiliiii; this seetiotl. 'The people are mi hnsiitat!f," said he, "that I am always ready and willing to make the trip." I So til oMletrs left yesterday after noon tor ). tioit and t'liieajio. Alter a .short Visit to the respeitive Indues there, 1 'i it'll will return to his respective home. Tlie two ol'lieials were enter tained Thursday evening hy the I'alu 111. t hralieh of tin.' sot i. ly, a f( v of the ol lie. rs and prominent metnhers meet, ini; I'resith lit Ih ieu and or.u.inix.i 1 I'raiit 0111 r in the ofiiees of Ir. A. T. I. a I '.are. I'resiih'iit I'.lieu visited the stamp mills and other points of interest at lluliliell ami Lake l.ln.l. n Thursday and yest nlay was taken around the I". ,Vi II. mininu loention. A special visit was paitl to tlie Superior ermine aiul hoiler houses, (he visitors hi iiu: profoiimliy impressed with tin- ra pari ty of the machinery. Mr. Urien stated he found evith nt- 'S of meat prosperity in Calumet. "It is one of the most up-to-dat" plates X its sire 1 have ever visited," he said, "and I eeiiainly shall make an i ffort lo eollle aain." Speaklnu of the Canadian-American 1. .I. i- Ken. rally he said th.it it was in a most ilourlshinu condition. It lias a total menilx rship of more than IT.'Hki and is steadily urowinu. Mr. l'.rien is nrviiisT Isis lir.-t term of ofllec. lie vas i lected for two years, his f rin ex piring next August. Asked if he would lie a candidate for ofllee a.ain, he said that he saw no reason why h" Humid n-.t. His predecessor held the I'fiice for six terms, coerin a period of twelve years, and lie believes that if that is any precedent he is entitled to at hast one more term. The next bi ennial convention ,,r (,. .society will be In 1.1 in Montreal, Canada, in Au jnist next y.ar, and Calumet will likely be represented. HARD WINTER PREDICTED BY LOCAL WEATHER WISE The s.asoii has arrived wh n local Mealier plophets, who pride Im in-s- U.s upon their ability t i ton c ist the b iiulh of tile Seasons, are wont to 1 isk tin ir reputations upon their know ledue of the siuns of nature. If these same prophets are to he relic. Up"!!, it In l,o..cs tile residents of ahum t, to prepare f,.r the w inu r ilS W Inch ati e uieu p 'y ineasuri tin this . upper unit ry ear. An or.bn- to the w . bi a 1 ill", animals ha v itli unusually thick tin m from tin storm, Hi.- north hid" of the . optionally t'ii. k in. w niter season js to he one. I lucks'. Ket so al in;,' birds are air. adv o'l-nian the I'ur- b en Slljiplied hi-h s to sliiehl and the bark on 1 1 1 s has urow n beating that the a lon' and hard d oth. r miurat nio in", and w ill 11 k sh. it. in the wnriuei- , 1 it that the crops iinlic.it in,,' that ; V be expected. ' en lay inu in a b last tlnm claimed in some .1 animals have IllleS. have Ti,,.; Ueod . until ; pla- Tin I.e. fan sipi 11 i t H supply . spring, a CIS ll.lt prow hlii; siun thai that I nuts it is I h beell sure and 'found i ..; e Pi low n. a the winter xx i 1 1 be lonu, i nc.htl. lid Tohin, I .s. I;, .11 player ill al his In.; I'ei. r Unppe "iMirly a w . is n po i t ".l ; in" in l,.i'iriiii and Hairy K. v in.: a w a els 1 of Ki w. cm i 11 known is si rious. i. d of Cal. s hunt inu: iw county. trip ia Hi. C, mb-i Iain's Cuuli Kerned has e famous for Its runs of coiiuhs, croup intlui ... Try it when Lb i" 'n.d. Jt contains no harmful sub- !",', a "d always fiiv. s prompt relief. Sold by llairle Iru; Store, Calumet, nnd I.auriu:Ti pharmacy, Iiurlum. yjWraw saamgtratfLP lt!BU! 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 CALUMP.T DOS I A IAV0RITE VEIIIC.E FOR GEI MS SAYS PilYilCIAN Bacillus Family Said to Follow Vake of Housewife's Broom, and ir School Rooms and Public Placed There is Also Danger of Spreading Disease Should be Careful. "I wish that some method ol clean in j mb'.ht tie discovit'ctl which woul .In away entirely with the ueriii-ca ryiim-dust-method which has bc with us always." This i.s fate whi. a prominent physician desires for tin tune honored broom ami Its aoeoin pnnyin.u; clouds of dust particles. There is a reason. Dust, aceoitlin to the doctor, Is one of the t.ivorit vehicles of Mr. and Mrs. Kacilli am ill tin- llaeeilil family. And the f un lv is a larue one. The tuberciil.ii ranch of the tribe is fond or the du nethod of transpoi latiou ami it i this fait which bui an aroused th re of the public health authorities an tudciits of hyuicno auain-t du-t. Wtcthir the dust Is that of th .trict. pit k- il 1111 ami tossed aPoiii im lay ful winds and ho.Uinu; storms o is the dust of the sebo ilrooin, tin- the tt"i'. the home or the workshop, th lander is there ju-t tlie same. A particle of dwl so small lis t In iiivisi 1 c to ii' nalxcii ee may i ei' as an airship by a billion or mofi r!ns, any of whi. li may serve to sea the terrible white pl.li;'Uc upon the vi ty of sonic unf u tuitatc human be 1114;. Stri'i t sprinkling and the dampen iliU of Hdcwalks before they are swep appears to be al.ioiit the only precau tion wli'uh can bo taken out of doors but tin everyday broom with a pair sturdy female arms workin.u; as niotivi power remains as an unabated sourci i.f appn helisien to the b. alth special i.-l.'. "Th schoolroom Is a plate uoove at which shoiiUl be made as saf. th !io:u a health standpoint as tin del" science can distatc," says the physi cian. Kvciy time the janitors mak tln.lr raitls with brooms and dustpan the Rfi'ins are scattered about, al.vay with the chance .f caujin. futur. trouble. It is ju-t the same in all pub lie mect'ti, places, theaters, ilui. rooms, etc While ibis is a matter which it would be almost impossib;. to rev.11I.1to by law. it is one wide! should command the attention of all w ho are interested in the 1 bet k of tu berculosis and other diseases. TlnTi are many simple devices which woul do away in a larip- measure with th dis.-t arising from dry sweeping an I tin so precautious sdiould betaken h everyone. CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE. Iron Mountain Press Comments on Kerr's Visit to That City, lion. Anuus W. Kerr of Calumet, forim rly state tax 'om m issioner and also all exceedingly list ful member of the lower house of the stale legislature, sp. nl last Tuesday In the city, says the Iron Mountain J'less. Mr. Ken was o! f the speakers at the Colum bus day ei Icbnitioti. The uentleman has within the past f. w days formally announced his candidacy for the re publican nomination for conurcssuian to slice, i d Mr. Younu. and it i.s his intention to make a canvass of every county in the distrbt. lnder the new primary law, the lieleuaUs will be 1 1 ; ' t . 1 1 at a primary election. This xx ill h ad to ihe holdiuu' of a series of ii'ceiinus throughout the district. Mr. Kerr's friends are conlidt nt that lie will receive the s..jd support of the copper country counties and expect that si vi ral of ih" so-called agricul tural counties will be iii line fur him. Indeed, he has been assured of the support of Menominee county. Mr. Kiir is a very able younu man and xxonlil make an t xeell. nt colluresstn.nl. His visit to Iron Mountain was strictly in.n-p liti, al, but it afforded him ati opportunity to m. i t many of our people and it is safe to add that he materially inci. as.il the number of bis friends. Ii is intimated that Mr. Kerr's next visit will be in the interest of his can. Ii, lacy and he will make an oppor tunity to tell the people why he shoilltl succeed Mr. Yoiiiiu. probably in an ad dress at the opera house-. Mr. Kerr is not without friends on this ranue ami his candidacy will I'm. I support, rs, but the sentiment Is very stronu; In favor of the return of Mr. Younu to Wash ington. Attorney A. K. MacNally lias re turned from a two weeks' visit t" points In Keweenaw- county, where Ik has been on a visit. Attorneys W. J. C.;dhralth and M. II Crocker are nt Houghton today. PBWnffmgBim TORCH LAKE NEWS ODD FELLOWS TO LEAVE FOR GRAND LODGE AT SOO Tin local lod' os of Odd lMlovva will be represent d at the K' and lodue : slons at Sault SU-. Mali.- next week I three icpiest ntativts. Charles Lcsaui and John Huruaii. delegates from I.al Linden lo.lue and nllie Klrchcn, deb uate from Copper Link lodue. Mr. L aue t avis today while the other del nates will not ib part until Monday morninc. The sessions this year will b' of interest to local nn nitiers as thci e several c hanu s to be made in tin listitutioil. The nn tubers of Ivy Kebekall lod will send their deurcc staff which will confer the Kebekall deui'e at thouian loduo si ssion. J he names ol the mem bcrs of the team and the positions the, will tl'f there are uiven beloxv: Noble Kiantl Crace Kichards. Vice Kt-and- llcatrieh II. K,. belts. I'ast noble ui and Mary Urcn. Chaplain 1-M it h Maid muuail. Ibbckah Kli.abeth Itoyd. II uin.ih - I 'lora Ciiiard. I . borah - Nellie Knyntcr. Ksther Ilinily Ihisclu-II. Kuth Khla Ketinetts. Naomi - Mary Parsons. Miriam Anna Alt. Hebrew w oim n - Maruarct Tt nnalit lia Vino and Mildred Kodda. Kaiiner bearers Lillian Klrchcn nulia Kodda, Josic Hot ft, and lltta .Hies. Conduct anb n Pianist I'aptalu r--Lottie Melbui. -Li..ie Kuruan. .Minnie pui'Kan. of team Thus. K. KurRan The team Is a uod otn- ami there 1 erv reason to believe that thev will i ( I woik at the Lock City. The local d -cree stalT do Hot use the Mich- uan Hour work but for a number of its tiny have worked witii the Cal- iloinia work, which is verv attractive. TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. Miss Mary Smith, who lias ben mployetl in the capacity of 1 kkeep- ind stenographer for the PureMan- facturitiK company, has resigned her ositlon. William Hujio of Parana was In town this wick on a short business IP. Mrs. Fred St hb eter s reported as ttinu- iilonir nicely from her recent . ration. The news Is pleasing to her any friends here. Abx Maclionahl is confined to lib oine with an attack of tvnhoid fever. e Is Kettinu alonj,' as well as could expected at the time. Tin- Lake Linden band Kivcs Its om. nade nt the Lake Linden opi ra mse dance hall this evening. ( aptain Mac. it bur and mat. ive today for the Sou where . will they after Lake anx- will Join their craft, the Scott, visiting among old friends in Liiuli n. Local baseball fans have been ions all day regarding the outcome of the last game of the World's series between th,- Tigers and pirates. Tim sentiment here is mostly for Ketrolt. Today makes the lifth consecut i day that It has snowed ami although the weather has becen disagreeable and considerable snow fell, there is biu liltle of it i-'tmiining on the ground. Services will be held as usual In the l ori h Lake churches tomorrow. Key. Long of Calumet will preach at the Hubbell Congregational church in the morning, but there will be n evening preaching. Kapid progress has been made on the. iMay.ieh frame structure mi Seventh street, between Oak and Portland stin ts. The roof js on the building ami work mi the inb rior is noxv being rushed. The ground lluur is to bo used for business purposes, while the second story is to be converted into Hats. The building should bo ready for occupancy about the latb r part of next month. ?iem FURSMilwauke If you intend to 1iurchae anything in uri this ieaon it will pay you to come to Milwaukee and in-rt-t our unuiual'y larjje diilay ol fine lun and rich and rxclutive stylos an immente assortment of small furs and gar ments in the latrit Parisian models. Keck me er furs al vvays carry the stamp cf quality and relia bility. You get the choicest there is the most approved style at prices Mow (lie average for equal quality. It would be a prof itable trip to run into Milwaukee just to see this large diKplay of elegant furs. You will be repaid many limes 1 1 A M I ( in satisfaction and In actual saving. rv. :l :ll .!! ... 1. -.- :n Vvi u juu win icii ua jimi wani wc will ote you the lowest posiible price on what ou describe, by mail. WM. RT.CK MEYER COMPANY Vi Wisconsin Strtat Milwaukaa. Wis. lio plonaant purgntive errcct expo bed by nil who no Chamborlaln's mnrh nnd Llvor TaMot, nnd the Ithy mnrlltlon of thf body and d which tbt y rrrnto. makf one 'Joyful. Sold by 1'agle Irujf Store, 'met. and Laurlutn Pharmacy, i 'i A tun u lum, -If r- -1 lit LAURIUM BAZAAR Will BE CIVfN BY SACRED HEART YOUNG LADIfS PUasing Feature are Arranged foi Fair to bo Conducted Next Tuesday and Wednesday Pupil of School tc nh'eiua r.t. Cecelia Day ami Thanksgiving Bishop Ei Here. 'rii.. v., inu lolie of the Sael''d Heard league have made arrangements in hold u grand bazaar in the auditor ium of the uchool oil Tu-sday am' Wednesday of next week, October 1 iml Jit. A large ipiaNtity of fancy ivoik, plain sewing, ami many usefu n tides will bo olfereil for sab'. Ir, . inun ction with the ba.aar the S.l I'ei. Heart llit;li school orches.ru will ren- ler a number of selections cacti eveti- g. It is expected there will be large ittt lltlatlccs. Among the- attractions will be a noise face Willi tile tl'.ICK 111 lull ie Ih.ie will also be 'Wonderland.' mmng the sighn of which will b, 'Ancient Crccce," .i shimming match i pair of weary traveler.-;, ruins in China, the Andes, and In Ixvccn tinny iii.l forty other scenes. Til,- bo;se rates will lie one of the itutvs of the bazaar. Patrons vvd be asked lo pick out tln-ir lavori'i loi'ses, but fit j belting xv ill be allowed The ladies of the Sacred Hear! naguc have been planning tor Hie oa '.;iar for some time past, and ex t o raise quite a Mini of in, nicy as he result ol the effort. News of Sacred Hear! High School. The pupils of th- SaciVd Heart llh;l . In ol are making arrangement!) l discrve St. Cecelia'.-' day, xviilcll occur. i November The program t r the celebration is under preparation. It will be of a musical and library liurc. A luitnht r of songs are being practiced and the students aiv fast ac- liiiring prollclcncy. The graded classes in the Sacred Ieaid school and the kindergarten wi! b.-'erve Thanksgiving day with a pro- tin. The chief item In Hie piMpos.-ii program will be a drama, entitled, "St Vi-Jie:;." This vxill be rendered iin three acts. Vocal and 1 1 1 1 1 unit nt j elections will also be rendered, as w t d us a number of humorous and sedate millions by the different grades. The program promises to be u vary inter esting one," when completed. Light Lev. I tb-hop Lis, of Marquette sited the Sacred Heart sclmils this L'ck. He expressed great pleasure at ihe hug,, attendance in the grades and high school, also on Hie ilisc!p..n ami line progress that is being made n the t-t miles. lli.-hoo Lis beard tin, buol sing, and was greatly pleased ith the corrictticss and beauty of the tones produced. It is n t generally known that the bish at olio tinu taught in the Sacivd Heart school He took occasion to refi r to It thi.i i k, lioxvcvcr, and on ascertaininyi tin nanus of some of the oudHs In- juirt d al t r their parents, wlm, lu litl were once pupils, of his. t Lishup las visit to the copper coun try at this time Is for the purpose - taking part In the rc-dedlcatlon exer- ses of St. Cecelia's church of Hub bell. which takes nlace tomorrov ruing. Caluiin t Council, Knights ol olumbus. will attend these exercise! in a body, goinjj to Hubbell Sunday by special Mrcct car. Tony Ijolando was sued in Justice ivid Arniifs court last evt ning for Son, money alleged to bo due his mployers, Sallcettl vi Carbom tto of aurium. The matter was compromls- by Polamlo agreeing to pay JUU7.f'), nd the costs of. the ease. Swearing. Hio real truth ia that In a vast ma jority of cases swearing Is Klrnidy a vainglorious pructtre, through wlilob tbe blaHphcmer bojies to give weight nnd authority to hl utatomentfl. Ol It may indicate (the weakness of ua urldlfcd i)asEioc.Indlanui)olJ8 Star. Subscribe for The Newa. ? ? ? ? ? ???????? Arc ail enlarged pictures woi ked by good artists? Arc all picture frames the same? Can everyone that frames pictures do the work right? , Are we more reasonable than others? We'll let you be the judfe when you examine our work. The Peninsula Art Store 441 riflhSt.fCor. Pine Phone 503 M CALUMET M?? ????????? III GOLD WEATHER SIGNS MULTIPLY WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE rhet Vs puil in your winter supply now. Our LU ULSETH Coal & Wood Phrc PORK No Prospect at Present for Cheaper Prices Say Wholesalers. Thu unu-ually liiuli I'tKes that jno k erst ure obtainin for provisions, and I urllfularly fresh pork, hams ami b. eon, Is a topic that has been nine! dlxeus.iiMl by both dealers and et.nsuin era for many weeks past. Hepreson tatives of tho paekinR eoneerns say that theiv are no Iiiilieatloii.-4 that l 'rk will be nny ebtaper than now fir fev ...:.i ii,..ritln to eonie. Thire Is un usual ib inar.d f,r both fresh ami cure 1 pork nnd the- pnekers are not able t ) Obtain as many Iioks as they wan'. The number of hoir.i beln raised in this eountry lias fallen off and the monthly rt'i orts lulled by the baekln.if eo v einn show lli.it the number eonilnjr Into 1 1 market has decreased eteadi'.y. A recent report by one of the t'ba'. trade Journal Indicated that the num ber of lii;s received by the,packln) concern In that city t'uriiitf the ores eiit year will run far behind tie iv ' colpts la.t year. l-'or some month -i .ast iiicms have not been abb' to nil lew months auo, but It is still coin spite of the bU'.li pi 'I'M. There I irh.H'S no part of tho Unit ed S.ale. where more pork 1 con sume 1. population considered, thai: in the upp-T "eiilnsula. Tbe shli'iuents to this rejfion have, however, b "t i ci nwide'-a.ily Ix lovv normal for tn.tr'y a year i i - t. The vv Ko'efale price of pork 1st no-.y hili. r than at any previous time I'i.klt l jork Is selling at i-'i ."'J pe: barrel of L'tio weight, ami In hitter C.-a'd.'!- i.f bams are brliiKln f from !x teen to .-t venteen cents. Chol.-j b:i.'.n I Kelliiifr nt from twenty-live ti Ivm.-ty-six cents per pound. In spite t' tho fact that the retaiieis have '.o ask In the iicUhborh.vi.!. of thirty t ' nt.- for hobe b.uon the demand for it Is nr. -usually good. Itet f Is not a h i urh now as it was a few months ajro, bu It Is tstill eom mandini; j;nod prices. "I do not look for reductions In the price of provisions u. lonu; as th' farm products remain high," said a repre sentative of one of the biff copeerns yesterday. "The farmers are not coin ing to feed their corn to the hnj; t bniff as they can p-t from d.ty to ht y-eiity-tlve cents per bushel for It. They tlnd It more prolltable to sefl the covp than to use It for feed." The price for butter promises to continue IiIkIi, and It Is believed that there vvi'I be a preater quantity of hlsh t lass buttei ine used the conilnjr winter than over before. LAURIUM BREVITIES. J. K. Ilozlberg of Leavenworth, Kai, Is tb.e guest of his sister, Mrs. Will- lain Knlskern, of Tamarack street? Laurltim. Work on the new garage on Htebi street, I. aurium. Is being rushed. 4ini the building will be ready for occu pancy within a nhort time. John V. Nelson of Laiirlum, receiv ed word yesterday of the death of hi.' sl-'ter, Mrs. Augusta Ilnlmhcrc In Itoyd, Minn. The tlecedent was ng"d about 4S years, and Is survived by a husband and family. Another brotln-r of the decedent resides in Chicago and a sister In Wisconsin. Mrs. Ed. La me re of Iro.pnds stre f( is gradually regaining her usual health and expects to h ave the C. & II. hos pital shortly. FOR SALE 6 room house and barn in fi ood condition in Laurium, $1,650. Apply to JohnNelson, Hollman Block, Calumet, Real Estate and Insurance. A CASE IS NEVER JUDGED UNTIL IT'S TRIED Try a caso of our bottled beer. You're the JuOge. Quality and purity are two factors of first importance In every thing thnt you drink. You get tho highest quality and absolute purity whenever you drink our beer. It Is rich, finely flavored and healthful, and the best Summer beverage that is made. JU 274, ijylli 4 u tin n y$ TEWA J, 01k Variety of Assortment, Quality, Prices and Terms will please you CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY PHONE 164. 400 FlfTH STREET CALUMET, MICH CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTKD-An experienced kIH f r general housework. Apply Mrs. I'aul Orl;rson, 713 Scott st. WANTLU) (Jirl for general house work. Apply 15 Willow ave, Laui hi in. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED The K. N. Manning Tea Co. wants several good solicitors for this vicinity and road crews, flood proposition and steady work for live men. Apply lo W. 1). Thayer (!r. 8th und Kt ets., at Ceasers, Calumet, Mich. WANTED Carriage painter. Apply to Calumet Carriage Works, Iaurium, Mich. WANTED Young men to learn uuto inobile business by mail and prepare for positions as eliituft'eurs and repair, men. We make you expert in ton weeks; assist you to secure position, l'ay bis; work pleasant; demand for men great; reasonable; write for par ticulars and sample lesson. Empire Automobile Institute, Rochester. N. Y. CKJAR .SALESMAN WANTED In your locality to represent us. Experi ence unnecessary; J110 per mo. and expenses. Write for particulars. Mon arch Cigar Co. St.' Louis, Mo. FOR RENT. Ton RENT Office rooms on pecond floor of First National Dank Dldg., Laurium. Apply at Hank. l'OIt RENT 5 room modern flat; warmest house in town, 212 Florida street, Laurium. K(U RENT Two rooms; steam luat, lialh; also tttocl range for Kile, l'lmne IIIJI. FOR REN'T--Sunny furnished rooms; nnulern improvements. I'hotie. Hi0. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND Hrnwn mek fur scarf. Own er may have Bunn; hy provliiR prop erty and paying for ad. Red Jacket Klre Station. FLOWERS AND PLANTS. ESTATE A. M. YORK. All clioice cut flowiTH In season. When in need try ours. Correspondence with outside parties who desire first class stock Invited. Send for quotations. Laurium Rranoh: Hancock: Cor. 3rd & Osceola St. Quincy St. I'hono 482. Thone 175 lr. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J. E. F01SY, MUSIC STORES VICTOR, COLUMBIA and EDISON laiking Machines and Records 320 llecla St., Laurium. Phone 321 ll. 441 F'fth St., Calumet. Phone 503 J! . VETERINARY SURGEONS. tails Attended to Promptly Phone 29 urs. Mcuiure and Wilson VETERINARY SURGEONS Office: McClurp' rn NORTH SEVENTH STREET CAlllMFT INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE." wmce 08 nith St. Phone NoTT SCHNELLER & LAWRENCE PLATE GLASS INSURANCE Real Estate and Loans Calumet ITS Large increased sales of Stewarts over former years proves our claim for the Stoves with a "Record Royal-' for 77 years. We also have other makes such ni Cold Coin etc. Bato Burners from $30.60 and up. Steel Ranges from $25.20 and up. Heaters with Nickle Screw Drafts, $2.00 and up. , Rochester & Excelsior Ridiatoro, aro great fuel savers and sell for $2.00 and up. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EMBALMER , Phone 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlors at th Old Stana Jacob Kallio UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ladies and Gentlemen Embalmcr K?;;. 418 Fifth Street MASSEUR TREATMENT. Mrs. Hilda Ii. Olson Midwife, Massucr Treatment for R hcumatism & Eczema etc. 3966 VYcdse St. NEWTOWN PAINTERS AND DECOR AT EH :v Chicago Decorating Co. FRANK PENTZOLD, Mgr. HIGH GRADE WALL HANGINGS ARTISTIC INTERIOR SHOP: DECORATING AND 127 tlecla Slrret PAINTING. Phone 387 LAURILM PETER MATTS0N CONTRACTOR Decora t In jr. nalntlnir. naper hannlni and kalsomlnlng. Autoniohilo aaJ car riage painting a specialty. Shop, 406 Iroquois St. Offic Hecla St. Phones:. Office, 357 J.. Ret. 640. COLLEGES. Michigan College of Mines F. VV. McNAIR, President. Located in the Lake Superior dis trict. Mines and mills uecessible for Col lego work. For Year Hook ami ord of Graduates apply to president ct Secretary. HOUGHTON MICHIGAN TYPEWRITERS of various makes for rent at reason able rates. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCH00L. Laurium, Michigan. We also have a few slightly used ma chines for sale at bargain prices. DENTISTS. National Dentists Dr. C. E. S1IELDEN, Mar. LISA BLOCK 301 Sixth St. CALUMET RESTAURANTS. The Chicago Restaurant FOR YOUR MEALS THE BEST MEAL IN THE CITY FOR 25c 403 1.2 FIFTH ST. CALUMET TAILORS. Tailored Clothes to Measure RIGHT PRICES J. J. Werschay SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR TO ORDfR S. E. Corner Oak & 5th St., Uptir HENRY LIUKK0 THE TAILOR Your fall puit will be right In ftylo and a perfect fit If we do tlie tall Injr. You cannot afford to take an' kind of a "hand-me-down" ru!t overcoat when good tailor m!t clothe can be bad at tba low fifftir we ask. 318 Hicta St. Faycett Block. Lurigrrl tllvblf (iTn f ej en pnprwm m- .A -M