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THE CALUMET NEWS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23 1909. TURKEY FAMINE STORY DOESN'T CO THIS YEAR Local Dealere Say That Rumor This Season Has No Foundation as Big Influx of Birds is Exoected Thim WeekPresent Pries is 24 Cents- May or May Not Get Cheaper. Just its ivgulitily ns tlu month 'f N' tnlt r coim-s urountl. Just as in- viMlily a.s t!u- annua! rotl).i!l fit;il Hits t tk.. place, jUst as Mir. ly an the l-;tvrn fail, ulnn with the .May In putting n the heavy on s ami order ing the winter coal, conies tlu annual ii'iir al)-ut a scarcity of turkeys for Thanks;;! vittg. Jut like the chorus in tlu old em K: oj.era. "The Chirms of Normandy." t very oiu arouiul the streets Is ro ihiimiritf "they say" that turkeys are I t-flnn to he out of KUht this Thanks j: I vini,'. Who .ways so? N() one lrc ten.ls to know. Nobody has come for ward and said that turkeys were Kcaree. Noh.idy knows that turkeys a iv to he scarce. No one is willing to try to show that turkeys are scarce. At h-Ht. if there is. that person, has ' eooie forward and placed himself "CMUSMRK" Will BE HERE EARLY HIE COMING MONTH "i.raustark." a dramatization of jOeo. Ilarr MiOuUlnon's novel l.y eo, I.akcr, conies t tlu- Cahi-net thea tre early in December ilireet from comments of New York. l:o.-itn. Chi cago. Philadelphia i nd rittshurjr. No play has so electrified tlu thea trical world In a tkead. and mm h interest Is flumn In the cumins pre sentation. The hook has 1). en wide- ly read and many are familiar w iih the captlvatlnir story. It deals with I trio adventures of a da rim; American and a "Princess" and unfolds a nar- rath e of "A Love ltehlnd a Throne." ! Th play is In fHe acts and mounted with a lavish equipment of scenic effects and costumes, and Interpreted by a cast of players that are seldom seen nway from the p. roadway theatres. T.oth company and play hive heen showered with praise, l.y critics In rthtr title, and it is said tint "t'.rau- stark set a standard hv vhL-h all HSr OF L0C41 PEOPLE WHO VISIFfD C0R.NWAIL THIS W.R Scores of Copper Country Residents Visited O'd Homes Across the Sea Names of Those Who Visited There or Who Arc There at te Present Time New Arrivals Also. i LAURIUM ; I l ITALIANS WILL HAVE STRONG ORGANIZATION ii on record. Now 24 Cents a Pound. 1'iitil ho does, therefore, let every body plan on having a turkey for ThanksKivint; day. Just now turkiys are retailing at 24 cents a pound, Pressed, in Calumet. Dealers say that It Is to. early to make any accurate yui s.-. s on what they will est around Thanksiri irij; time. t'ne dealer said that there were "quit,- a jriod many turkeys" this year. AVh.it that means is not at s:aht Just exactly tle.ir. ver. j.r. .hahly rve the mi-hir.- a more or less ans wer to th,. ,u, stlon has a f.'imilv. dramatized novels will he Indeed In the future. The play Is in five act and an elaborate scenic equipment painted by Castle and Harvev in their New York studio carried. HAS CHARGE OF ONLY SELF-SUP- PORTING INSANE ASYLUM. f r.t Pow T f t ry i v ryh V wh ;:!v . It will, ven If 78 otlu r in that family. 'h." e( lints. aimed th k-: N.. i.:s hv the turkey always hear a lot small yi!d of tur lin Thar.ksciviiv-'. : a tender rhhk in md is e.isilv killed iitin-j. d wet weathr-r and thun-f.o.-m. Therefore the fact that 1 has he. n j:l turkey regions a sea f i:r)':iial lryns and calm iild make the bird more numerous jut pr. th- turkey p-.-pinc da; ' .: : .: ' v f y ' '"'v P. M. Scores of people have left the copper ountry the oast summ. r for visits to Ha ir Ihiropcan homes and friends. r eoeranon Tlic News has been favored with a lt t Coriush'iun. their wives and fun ics, who have it her visited Knjrland dariiiK the past summer, or are there at the present time. A second I!,t elves the names of new arrivals In the copper country, all of whom were book, id by John T. Ito.vc, the well Known local shipping accnt. The lt of travelers out of the cop per country for Cornwall, and other points fosows: To South Africa William M. Pa"o, To Cornwall John Morritt. Sanuud J. Co.n.bcs. Mi's. Alice Hall. Charles PraRS. John lhistlce, C.eorne Hicks, Jo shua White. Thomas Stevens, Herbert Kstllck. John II. C.rcnfell. Mr. and Mrs. Kvan Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Arthur and two children. Michael T. l"d. Robert ITaynes, Henry IVllar.l. Martin Hipper. James Elliott. Rev. H. Poijtrs of Atlantic. Kdward M inn. Mrs. William Curnow. John Stephens, Thos. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. l.eatty and son. Stephen Mitch.ll, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Trcmbath an.l four children. Charles Punt. James II. James, Jimes Trcm b.tth. lldward Trembath. Joshua P., Vcale, John Staeey. lYank Whltford. Henry Hipclns. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. MItrh'.ll and three children. William Sundry, P.epinald Mrcom. nnd Mr. md Mrs. J. II. Williams. Anions: those arrlviinr here from Cornwall . aro Miss A. Jilbcrt. Mi s Rosaline Perry. William Perry, W. (5. Nankcrvis. John H. Osborne, Stephen Nicholls and IMward Paragwanath. Recently Organized, Which Has Headquarters in Laurium, Will Begin PyirQ Death Claims Shortly After tho Beginning of the New Year Members Pleased. The Italian -A nie i lean Upper Penin sula federation, which was orKani7.ed a few weeks ai;o at Iron Mountain and which has its headquarters In Laurium, will from present Indications, bo a stri'iiir organisation within a few years, as practically every Inde pendent Italian society in the upper peninsula is now affiliated with It There are some thirty-odd orpanl.a Hons enrolled, with a total membership of over 10.000. lYlix Chiabottl of Ishpomlni;. one of the officers, on Saturday stated that the members here, as well as la tth parts of the upper peninsula, are well pleased with the plan of organization adopted at the Iron Mountain meeting, says the Ishptnilng department of tho Mining Journal. The first assess ment of fl is now being paid Into the quanty to please the most exacting treasury anu tnere is to be another SPLENDID PROGRAM RENDERED AT HIE SACRED HEART SCHOOL The Thanksgiving progrrm rendered in the Sue re J Heart school .utUtoriuin last evening was u splendid Miccesg in every way nr.d much appreciated by an audience which filled the lu ll to Its capacity. The girls who took inrt in the various numbers offered appeared at their best and greatly pleased their parents and others in attendance. The urogram was earned out smooimv u the credit of all tho participants ' the teachers who trained them. The feature of tho entertainment was the four-act drama. "St. Agnes." which was presented by the girls of the eighth grade of the Sacred Heart school. They did exceptionally well, each portraying her part with an ease and grace which would h credit to more experienced persons In thentrlcal work. Two farces, "Advertising for Help." v fb plrla of lhi seventh crude, atlil "Snolled Children." In two acts, by the girls of the A sixth grade, were mest entertaining and kept the audience in the best of humor. The hoop drill by the girls of It fourth grade, nnd "Pil grim Maidens", also n drill, given ny the fourth A girls were decidedly pret ty and graceful. The other features of the program were equally as good. The music. Instrumental and vocal, Interspersed throughout the entertain ment, wns delightfully good, being of a fii .jn M i m I' My SMITH. :md thercf .re cheap, r than In most -;rs. May Bs Cheaper. "Put in th-s- days of business Mr. ss plentitu.V does not al.v.iys pro- 1 ! cheapness, and it may be that th- xi-'. rui-s of trade will effect a nation (,f interests which will price of the turkey to cxalta- to objurgation.' I tio t:. ii.t ii. Id the n an! the d.;.l r.- will .' an influx of the pVe fowl umet this w.-k. and it m.iv be sapply w ill P.- so lart'r th.it j s wni p.. l.e.vcr than usual." also tin dictum of a number h al. rs w ho were interviewed. th- PI ie, Of oth THANKSr.IVINC HATKS. Mi the South Shore, h.-twecii all h.eai points, fare an 1 one third. Iits of sale November 2rd, dth and 2.r,th: final limit November 27th. 13 News Want Ads. hrin- results. Marinette. Wis.. Nov. 23 Th .Mar nette O.'unty Insane asylum at Pcshtigo is tin only institution (.f the kind in the world that is self-sup-porting. The rej.ort which was pre sentcd to the board of the county su I ervisors at their last meeting was a most gratifying one and reflected great c redit on the management of Superin tendent Ii. M. Smith, under whose direction the scoj.e and usefulness of the institution have be. n broadened, whih its resources have been develop, ed in a rn inner whh-h has n precedent Ii. t-.is r any oth. r country. The report presented i,y Superinten dent P. M. Smith slios that the total expense f..r asylum and farm mainten ance for the past year was f2.-i.S33.23. (The receipt were $.,.-,.:.:!3.7. divl.l. d as follow s: FY, ni the state for the care ... patients, lis, 162.7;: from the sale of farm produce, f2.S3.20 and f4.SM which the county saved hy the care of its own patients, having a net profit to th.- Institution of H0.;i The Helping Hand. Visitor "Heavens! What's that in fernal noise, dear bov?" Parlor S.- ialfst "Only the 12 o'clock whistle. old chap. I have too much sympathy for lay fellow workmen to have a more ornamental chime clock in drawing roam." Puck. my Whale's Dying Groan. There has been much dispute as to whether whales can utter nny sounds. A writer In Kosmoa says that he and 40 cither persons who witnessed the throwing of a harpoon at a whale off the llrnziliari coast herd n distinct croan when the animal expired. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank OF CALUMP.T Published Pursuant to the Call of the Comptroller cf tho Currency. NOVEMBER 16th, 19C9. It is proposed to Increase the dairy lard, buying only pure bred stock. The Poland-China hogs, which carried off numerous prla s at the state and county fairs, have proved to be a good investment and are bringing sub stantial returns in the way of sales of young stock. Th- condition of the Marim tie Coun ty Insane asylum, where every care and attention is provided the patients, is most gratifying, demonstrating as it docs careful and efficient manage ment, and by Its success advertlsin x the possibilities of Wisconsin us nn agricultural, dairy and stock raising territory. to be assessment or a similar amount on the first of-the year. The officers plan to ercata a substantial treasury fund before beginning the payment of death claims. Mr. Chlahotti stated that it is expected th- lodge will be prepar ed to pay death claims before the new- year Is very far advanced. Certlfi catcs arc to he ls'ti'd In the sum of Ji.ont) each and all of the members of the present societies nre to be assess en on an equal t.asis. but new num bers coming In will pay according to their age. It is optional with the present members of the societies to take tho life Insurance, but according to Mr. Chlahotti a large majority are taking advantage of this feature It has been decided that the first general reunion of the grand lodge will be held at Hancock next August Many of the copper country members desired to hold the first meeting In Neg.ninee but the delegates from hero expressed themselves in favor of Hancock for the initial celebration. ARMORY NICELY DfCORATFD fOR THE MILITARY PARTY Cash I.o in I v. i. Is r.. I i;.ehar.ge IIS .'111. I J intuit . riillg House ... p' r i cat Pun. J I'-dl-iits ASSETS: St. Capita Surplus . Piuliv i.l.-d I ' posits . ' 'ircul iti i LIA EILITIES: Pl-o'itH t . 0.vi.-,3.IG . . 2,.i:i;,o;:..M) 10,'HiO.Jl) is:;.os i.'i.'.ss.oii ti .$ 2'lO,(ilK).liO 2.".0.000.'l. 27,077. .'.2 . 2,!I2-.,0S1.'.J n4,3.-.a.oo Croup Is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter n onths. Parents of young children should be prepared for It. All that is needed Is a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Pemedy. Many mothers ur. never withmt It In their homes nnd it h.i'i never disappointed them. Sol 1 by Kagle Drug store, Calumet; Iiur- ii luui Pharmacy, I.aurlum. ?3..'SS,)U.71 U WATCH ROGER SILVER TEA SET Special FREE for Ladies TROM NOW UNIll DtC. 1 '09 . f nlrtl . i . a . j. , . I K -tftrv -ftc nun Vv ..i i.. i.t. on the nbov V. . . w... A. Ror fla-IC " - ' . : t.L..,v! or ol'te Pot. C rm '.i,hfil oo VJuVr. put up in S.lk lined Utl.rt. Write lor our Catalogue Save tickets and return them for count Cutis Billiard Parlors Fifth Street, Calumet $25.00 VALUE David Armit AGENT Llf rirr Arfl'Unt ny Pint Qliti INSURANCE Riolitt Bib., lLvrinm Phon266 FOR SALE S-room houso and bath, stone foundation, situated 310 Osceola 6t., at a bargain if taken at once. Who Wouldn't Be Thankful Ml to receive a present of such handsome Jewelry as can bo had here. If you have no one else to make a present to make one. to yourself. Surely amonK our rlnR. bracelets, lockets, chains, sctarf pins, brooches, etc., there Is HomethliiK you have been wanting. Don't wait for some one to give it to you. Make sure of it by making a Rift to yr.urru lf. WARREN JEWELRY CO, as they are satisfied that the Hancock lodges could conduct It to better ad vantage. The local' members have npxeed. however, that they will ao ccpt the celebration in 1911. A committee that Is already doing excellent Work in the Interest of the Italian peoplo oT the tipper peninsula is the'one appointed 'at Iron Mountain to aid the m-'inberM in securing citl cn-'hip jiapers, e tc.1" Every lodge affil fated with tlu grand body has. already appointed - a c.nimitteo and it is thought ' that ' within the course of year the list of 'American citizens among the Italians of this section will be considerably increased. It lias been round that rjtilt a number In this section could have taken out their citizenship papers some time ago but neclected to do so. The different committees will now urge them to se cure their pipers as soon ns possible. Mr. hl'ibottl. who Is a member of the Italian chamber of commercn In this country, plans on spending a few mourns in iiaiy during tne summer of 1911, when the International expo sition i.i to he held there. Ho stated Saturday that ho thought many Ital ians In the upper peninsula will take In the exposition, and he Is satisfied that many thousands will ro from this country, as the Italians generally are apparently much interested In exposi tion affairs. When the Light Guard armory Is thrown open to the general public to morrow evening on the occasion of the twenty-eighth annual military hall, to be given under tho auspices of the . . I!., Spanish-American vets and Co. A, Engineers, it will present an en chanting appearance. The me mbers of Company A are en- paged in decorating the Interior of the big armory with flags, evergreens and hunting, and the effect will be striking. A total of 35 big Hags, comprising those which fly on special occasions from the hhaft houses of the C. & II. Mining company, are being used in tne general decoration scheme, being grouped in circles on the walls of the armory. The flags of the Calumet public schools have also been secured and nre being used In tho decorations. A largo platform has been erected at the rear or south end of tho hall, and bunting and evergreens have been used in the decorations of this plat form. Some new and novel features are promised by tlie soldier noys, ana those who Intend being present at the party will be agreeably pleased at the effect produced. n excellent supper Is to be served by Charles Salassa, the well known Misoowaublk chef. Invitations have been sent to the different officers of the several military and other bodies In the copper country, and many of these will be accepted. The different companies. Including tho Houghton militia and the Hancock na val brigade, have also received special Invitations to attend. The C. & II. band will render music and Director Parnard has prepared an excellent program for the occasion. Thp general public is cordially invited to nttend. VUDETO SUITThTpT; R- GILBERT FUTCHER HOCKEY STICKS. Made of. 2ml Krow(h Kim. Psed almost exei.Ji.. by Mohawk. I'.a r', ." Laurium & liuuv.ht.,,, some or the M, ntre.il w.... uui-iv, e-iianipl.ii,,, World. Tlu of tl... liitiii,,... , . . Pred Taylor, the f.lsl),,t m, In the game. ll8,. else. s The Genuine Golden Skatinii rii O The 1010 Hock. - y biait Lunn Pattern Ameri can Make $5.00 per Pair Large assortment of Skis, Sleighs & Coasters now in stock, priced to please the buyer. CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY P HONE 164. 400 flrTrl STREtT CALUMET. Mini Ladies Admitted Free Tonight and Tomorrow To the oyal Theatre When Accompanied by One Paid 10 ct. Tickpt 1 CLASSIFIED ADSil FOR RENT. FOK Itl'NT Two rooms at reason able rates. 203 IVwablc street, Iiau rlum. t x FOR SALE. FOR SALE Cheap, single horse plai form draw sled, l'hono 03 L-l, or tall 437 Tamarack st. FOR SALU Two-seated, upholstered sleigh, a bargain if taken at oiiee. Apply at Calumet Uarn. 15 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EMBALMER Plione 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlors at th Old Stana Hay, Mrs. V. F. "Martin, of fJreen Wis.. Is vlsltlns relatives here. Miss E. Thomas is home from an extended trip to Uutto and other west ern points. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Stephens of Fhalda street, Laurium, entertained Saturday evening In honor of the 20th anniversary of their wedding. Games were played and refreshments served throughout tho evening. When a cold becomes settled in tho system. It will take several days' treatemnt -to cure it. and the best remedy to uho Is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will cure quicker than any other, and also leaves the system In u natural nnd healthy condition. Sold hy Eagle Drug store, Calumet; Laurium Pharmacy, Laurium. Here is the Difference When wo enlarge pictures its pure, clean and bright work and will last for a lifetime. When the other fellows do your work its not worked out. It's black, dirty looking and will fade away In a short time. Don't tako our word. Call and compare our work to others, or ask your friends about us. Our stock of picture frames is large in assortment and low In prices. Wo do nil kinds of picture framing. Tf you have pictures to frame bring them along. If not you will find a large assortment at our store. We also enlarge photos on Pillow Tope, Broochee, Fobs, Watch Charms, etc., made with your own pictures In it. Firing all your work early If you waht it for Chriatmas. The Peninsula Art Store 441 Fifth St., Cor. Pine Phone 503 J-1 CALUMET ICE SKATING SOON HERE. Palestra Should be Ready the Second Week in December. Roller skating at the I'alestra will close on Thursday evening, when It is expected there will be a large attend ance. Following the close of the sea son preparations will be started for the making of Ice. Provided there Is good freezing weather this will take about two weeks, and beginning with the second week in December Ice skat ing should be In progn ss. As in pre vlous years, there will be afternoon fckatlnir for ladles and children, on dates to be set hy tho management A corns of instructors and assistants will bo n hand to teach new begin ners. The hardware stores are In readiness for the skating season. Largo consign ments of llrst-class skates nave been placed on display, and the dealers are ready to meet all demands. Hockey sticks, pucks, hockey Bkates, and other paraphernalia used In the playing of the great winter game nre also on ex hibltlon. There promises to be a good demand for the articles this season Numerous Junior hockey clubs are be- ing organized In Laurium and at the C. & II. location. The general merchant also expects n heavy trade In sweaters, stockings, ete., while the shoe man will also bo kept busy. A prominent Laurium merchant stated this morning that there Is every indication this winter will bo h pros perous one In sporting goods and wear ing apparel. FOR SALE Fine new piano. Apply 3:M 7th Jacket. Mecklenhuv street. R t X WANTED. WANTED Clean cotton rags. Will pay 3 cents per lb. At Calumet News office. WANTED To rent a Hx-room house, conveniently located in Red Jacket. Call 411 J-2. SITUATION WANTED. A well known Finnish gentleman wants a position as a clerk or diivvr in a store. Address G. If., care News office. 13 MASSEUR TREATMENT. Mrs. Hilda 11. Olson Midwife, Massucr Treatment for Rheumatism & Eczema etc. 3966 Wedge St. IEWT0YN JEWELERS. A. FAHLEN&C0. JEWELERS WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Complete Stock of first Class Jewelry 407 Fifth St. :: Calumet DENTISTS. LAURIUM BREVITIES. Village Clerk Martin Frisk of Lniirlum lias Issued an application for a wedding license to Ellsha Morgan and Miss Sophie Terrle, both of OJIb way. The funeral of the late Mrs.. Frank II. Octchell, of Mohawk, took place yesterday afternoon, with services at tho Mohawk M. E. church, Rev. K, aiaganey oniciaiing. interment was In Forest Hill cemetery, Houghton The funeral of Peter Spehar, the young man who wfis accidentally shot In the woods of Keweenaw count v, while bunting recently, was held yes terday afternoon with services at St. Joseph's Austrian church. The funeral of the aeven-months'ohl child of Mr. and Mrs. Rlack of Hecla street, v.nn held yesterday afternoon with services nt the home nnd Inter ment In Lake View. Rev. D. Stalker officiated. The village has engaged a number LOST AND FOUND. LOST Rrlndle pup. Finder return lo Calumet dye works, Cth street. 1 lem. One. half the expe nse of handling snow is borne by the Houghton Coun ty Traction company. Morgan Williams of the Johnson Vlvlanf htore, has returned from a short hunting trip in Keweenaw county. C C. Sloane, manager of the Calu met Gas works, has returned from : hunting trip. John I'rless of Laurium, has return ei rrom ti successful hunting trip In Keweenaw county. Idea an Old One. in using flops as nids to sentries. the Italian nrmy, ns a Roman news paper points OU(f ),a8 morciy revived a custom prevalent among the ancient Greeks and Romans. Hia Flrit Sight of Spoons. Montane was astonished, when he visited Switzerland In 1580 to find that at all n.eals they put on tho table as many Bpocaa as thcre arJ q Subscribe tor The News. COLLEGES. Michigan College of Mines r- w. NicNAIR, President located In tho Lake Hi,r..f.irt. i- trict. Mlnea and mills accessible for College work. For Year Rook nn rt. ord of Qraduates apply to President or ncreiary. HOUGHTON ' MICHIGAN STATIONERS. LEIKAS & Co. Souvenir Post Cards Writing Materials Fancy Statinn National Dentists Dr. C. E. S1IELDEN, Mgr. LISA BLOCK 301 Sixth St. CALUMET TAILORS. Tailored Clothes to Measure RIGHT PRICES J. J. Werschay SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR TO OKDLR S. E. Corner Oak & 5th St., Upstair. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J. E. FOISY, MUSIC STORES H..rli.i..lor. of VICTOR, COLUMBIAandCDISON Talking Machines and Records rhone 324 J1. Phone 503 J1. 320 Hetla St., Laurium. 441 fifth St., Calumet. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Phone No. 1 Office 208 Fifth St. SGHNELLER & LAWRENCE FIRE, LIFE, "ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE Real Estate and Loans Laiumu BAKERIES. CROATIAN--SLOVENIAN BAKERY German Rye nd Vienna Brctd, Cs rolle and Biscuit. Fancy Cooking to Ordor. 813 Portland St. Near Praia ""r FLOWERS AND PLANTS. ESTATE A. M. YORK. All choice cut Ilowers In sens'n. In need try ours. Correaponflenie outside parties who d-sire f tnrlr Invited. Kenil tor " Laurium Hrnnrh: Hancock: - fit. tjof men to deal with the snow prob- 439 FIFTH ST., CALUMET Cor. 3rd & Osceola Stf. UU'7 - rfcone J' Phone 4 S3.