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THE CALUMET NlKViJ.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, D O not neglect a cough or cold because neglect may load to s ilous devt lopmcnU. Just as n as you know you have taken a cold or hav, contracted a cough, commence Im mediately t. take Dr. Shorts-Cough Balsam the quickest-to-aet and the sin cst-to-curo runedy for coughs that you can buy anyuhcrc at any ; .1 it.--. C ntalns no opium or morphine. 2"e the l."UIv at VASTBINDER & READ'S PHARMACY TTTttttt ITTtttTttntt UiTtTtTtKtt ' 1 " t ? tltK tHTTytUt XERT YOUK WILL POWER IN THE MATTER OF SAVING SOMETHING REGULARLY. SAVE A LITTLE WHEN YOU M HAVE BUT LITTLE; SAVE MORE WHEN HAVE MORE AND YOU WILL BE PREPARED FOR OPPORTUNITY. A safe place for your account is at the YOU 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF LAUP.iUM Capital $1 00.000.00 Surplus and Profits $30,000.00 fj OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS MANY KNIGHTS AND LADIES Of KALEVA TO ISIIPfMING Large Delegation of Members of Order From Calumet, Hancock, Painesdale, Mats City, Greenland, Ontonagon and Other Towns to Atteo Sessions in Iron Country Town. A largo delegation of Ladies and Knights of Kaleva of the copper coun try will have tomorrow for Ishpeming u In re the annual fall festival of the order will he held. Important session will he held and a largo attendance will .e present from all parts of the upper ninsula. From the copper, country memhi rs will come from Calumet, Han oi k. l'ainesdale, Mass City, Greenland, mtonagon and other places. Rusliiess meetings will be held on Saturday nnd the principal session, cr reunion, will take place Sunday even ing In Anderson's hall. A fine pro gram has been pn pared for this occa sion. Several addresses will be given and music. Instrumental and vocal, will be a feature. Addresses on the pood of the ordr, md its benefits directly and indirectly to its members, both Knights and La os, will be given by prominent mem bers. Werner Nikander. an Ishnemlm- Iruggist. will welcome the visitors, and ther addresses will be Riven by A. V. MEALS Will BE SERVED AT D1.C.A. BEGINNING MONDAY New Innovation at Local Association Building, Miss Ida Wuornos Having Deen Engaged to Take Charge of Culinary Department Step Taken on Request of Members. Rcglnning Monday noon of next week the V. M. C. A. will serve meals three times dally to member and other male fi lends of the association, who may care to taike advantage of the oppor tunity to have their meals at the as sociation building. Miss Ida WueinoH, of this city has been placed n eharge of the culinary department, and will serve meals on the American plan. The association has taken this step at the request of numerous members. Secretary Wcstermann stated this morning that it Is not the intention of the association to In any way compete with the restaurants In tho city. The breakfasts, dinners nnd suppers are to be served In tho large dining room, a lunch counter is being In stalled. The association already has :ill the necessary facilities for the cook Ing of meals. In all of the association buildings In the larger cities a lunch counter Is n feature and it was thought ndvlsable JAS.KN.CKEY. OLD CALUMET RESIDENT HAS PASSED AWAY One of tho Best Known Miners of This District, an Employe of the Calumet &. Hecla for Many Years, Dies This Morning Taken III Last July Here for 23 Years. Kruka of ralnesdale. grand president I to install one locally. It is believed Q4- 4 r 71 i l i.r i III Cold weather is coming. Get you Storm Sash and Storm Doors now. We have a large stock on hand. Our prices will astonish you only with their reasonableness. Prompt Delivery. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. MUBBELL. CALUMET. HANCOCK f.r t' .'a eel llt::rii built, will s-ive a pr.:n i'l t!i - Calumet l.Uhi Guird Ai Satitrday -v. n,lig Nev. -Till. A l pn . I .m l,.; : been pr. paP1 I is (i.-e.i-ion. AtiitlissiMii, g. nt. ;s. l.i.ii.-s fr.e. i; Ti.oio.is I.e.-.hy bit for Milwaul . ii.'.iy to .-pi ii.l :i few days. ..in:-tti Tn.ise of North T.imaiM v!.-- :t;ii,' in M i. Iii,tinnii Mrs. K. I.. 11. 'wson, of Hamilton. tut., is vUiiinr: her parents. Mr. and MlS. George ll'Te. of Calumet ai"Ule. Ilnrry Goldsmith Is expected ho!V tellMirow t'nm Chi. 'ago where he It. is peiit the last few days on business. fees fees Tomorrow will b the last day to see Mr. MnrgaifH display of furs at the Calumet hotel. 13 Winter Necessities Cutters from $13.00 to $75.00. Sloishi from $25.00 to $75.C0. Barn ard Street Blankets. Fur and Fur L;ned Coats. String and Shaft Delis. Fur Collars and Mittens. f th" order; Dr. John Raiihala of Ish- eming; Miss Alma Hinkkanon of Ish. eming. grand secretary of the Finnish atlonal Temperance society; and Dr. II. Sorsen of Calumet. The copper country delegates expect o return homo Monday morning. The Hancock ladies' choir Is to be ikon to Ishpeming, und Mr. and Mrs. George Wahlstrom, of South Range, have been secured to take part In the musical program. A mixed choir will nbo be taken from Calumet, and the metropolis of the copper country will figure largely In the entertainment fea tures. The plans for the Knights of Kaleva reunion were made by C. J. Tolonen of Hancock, E. W. Kruka of l'ainesdale,' and V. R. Nikander of Ishpeming. Elaborate preparations are being made hy the iron country members of tho order to entertain the visitors. Tomorrow night the ladies of the or der will be entertained at Negaunee, while similar entertainment will be provided the male members at Ish peming. the venture will he a success. WILL GIVE A DANCE. ARE ALL FOR OSBORN. WIEDER HARNESS CO. Sixth Sfreet - Opposite Calumet Theatre ''ids'. tr 3G YEARS IN BUSINESS Merchants and Miners Bank Calumet, Michigan Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 200,000.00 Interest Paid on Deposits Left Six Months Millions of People Benefited Political Leaders of Wayne County Hustle for U. P. Man. J. I'. Worthington, writing to the firand Rapids Tress from Detroit, says: Now that the United States sena tors have gone, the politicians are turning their attention from federal to late polities and tho governorship Is again a matter of much interest to them. It is hard to escape the conclusion that among the politicians of the city --the fellows who really get out and bustle Osborn has the most friends. He will not hnve the newspaper support here his friends had hoped for because It now seems to be certain the Free Press and Journal will sun- part Montgomery In stead of Osborn, K. I. Stair having told at least two upstate politicians of this condition of affairs within the last four or five days, but Osborn will have the active workers with him." Among those who are mentioned as .'tetive Osborn men are Tom Navin, ". S. Ix nver, who managed the Hrad ley campaign here last fall; Sheriff Oaston. City Clerk Charles Nichols and several others. In fact, most of the "practical" political hustlers seem to be with Osborn. Some of those who are with Judge Montgomery are Judge Carpenter. Kd It or Nlmnio of Detroit Saturday Night, Attorney Elliot Stevenson nnd others whoso names are familiar in ftate politics, but who have never been known for their ability to "cleanup" on a ward. Young Men's Club of Ahmeek Enter tains Tomorrow Night. The Young Men's club of Ahmeek will entertain their many friends by a dance tomorrow evening in Lesh's hall Voolkrr's orchestra will furnish the music for tho occasion. The program selected by Director Al. Voelker is as follows; Two step dive the Countersign Scouton. Waltz Cross Your Heart Howard. Two stop The Merry Makers Lin coin. Waltz Papa Please Puy Me an Air slilji Kerry Mills. Two step Comical Eyes Kerry Mills. Waltz Honeymooning Pnulton. Two step I'm Not that Kind of a Oirl Ayer. Waltz Take Me Out for a Joy Ride Kerry Mills. Two step I Have No Other Sweet heart but You Davis. Waltz Prince of Tonight Howard. Two step My Maryland ranella. Waltz Cupid's Arrow Wells. Two step Olowworm Llncke. Waltz Sleepy, Sleepy , Eyes Arm strong. Two step Moonlight on the Tralrie Henry. ' Waltz The Longest Way Round Is the Sweetest 'Way Home Kerry Mills. Extra. Extra. ' WILL RESUME TOURNEY. There Is an Inner Player made by flrlnneli Eros, nnd sold by Orinnrll Pros. x CAKE SALE The ladies of St. Margaret's Oull 1 will hold a cake sale next Saturday Nov. 27th from 2 to 5 o'clock at Christ Episcopal parish rooms. 15 Pinochle Games Will be Played at Mo hawk Next Tuesday. The pinochle games being conducted under the ; auspices of the Mohawk lire department will be resumed next Tues day evening. A postponement of the conclusion of the series was ordered by the secretary because of the death of one of the players. The ten games which will be played Tuesday evening will bring the total number played up to forty. The peo ple who occupy the first eight positions in the percentage column will be eligi ble to compete for the places on the champion team at the final meeting of Thursday evening. An extra ten games will be played probably Wednesday night for the benefit of those players who have missed a night. Those who are twenty games, two nights' play, behind, will not be able to make up for lost time and can not possibly win any of the honors. The death occurred this morning at 6 o'clock of James Knuckey of Rock land street, aged CC years. The do cedent was "!it of tho best known C. fc II. miners In this district, where he has resided .-onvnuously for the pa '22 years. The late Mr. Knuckey was taken seriously ill In July of this year, his Illness Ix log of such a nature that hrt had tii resign his position. He made a trip to lluffalo for the benefit of his health, but came back to Calumet lit tle better. Erom that time on he has been gradually getting worse, death claiming him this morning. The late Mr. Knuckey was born In Stlthlans, Cornwall. Eng., coming t this country just thirty years ago. H located In Pennsylvania with his wife nnd family, spending seven years there. Twenty-three years ago he came to Calumet and entered the em ploy of the C. &- H. Mining company, working In the Calumet branch of the mine. He Is survived by a widow, and the following daughters and sons: Mrs. John Haynes of Escanaha; Mrs. D. H. Nell of Detroit; Mrs. William Anstess of this city; Mrs. A. L. Stevens of Calumet; William at home; James of Detroit and Albert. Russell. Lillian Edith 'and Clarlno at home. Two sisters and two brothers also survive. The sisters are Mrs. J. II. Phillips of Ijiurlum and Mrs. Alfred Richards of Caledonia street, while the brothers are William, of Rutte, Mont., and Hugh of Laurlum. The late Mr. Knuckey was a mem ber of "One and All" lodge, Sons of St. Oeorge and the Union Temple of Honor. Iloth societies have called meetings for tomorrow evening to make arrangements to attend the fu neral. Definite arrangements for the Interment of the remains have not yet been made, but It likely will take place Monday afternoon with services at the Calumet M. E. church. WE JBE 11 HBT In our Fur Factory to write long or fancy ads We are not from Missouri, but we are glad to show. you. We have made good in the Copper Country for 1 1 years, and we are here to stay. We are not travelers, here today and tomorrow. DO YOU SEE THE POINT? gone CALUMET and HOUGHTON THE WHITEFISH SUPPLY. s it SCHOOL AT NEW ALLOUEZ. The work of build Ing the new school at New AUouez will not be begun till next spring. For n time it was planned to build a temporary strueture this fall but this project has, been given up and active operations on the construction of a concrete block school are to be started as early In the spring as possi ble. The plans have been prepared by T. T. Davlos of Trovost, Utah. The new school will be a four room structure. '"THERE are millions of people in the United A States who are benefited by havinfi bank accounts, not only because of Safety and Sure Income, but also on account of the good habits a bank account helps to form. You are cordially invited to open on account. 3 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Recording Safes STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH. Capital $75,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Wc Would Rather Show You than tell you So our invitation to inspect our store is always in force, and it includes everybody. THERE IS NO SPECIAL DAY NO REST TIME TO LOOK AT OUR FUR NITURE. COME ANY TIME AND STAY AS LONG AS YOU ARE INTERESTED. The SIVERT OLSON Estate Furniture and Undertaking Scott Street Phone 41 CALUMET Decreasing or Increasing In the Great Lakes? Considerable discussion has been toused lately over the question as to whether the whltcflsh supply Is de creasing or Increasing In the great ikes. II. II. Marks, superintendent of the local hatchery, maintains that the supply Is gradually on the In crease, as shown by the statistics of the United States fish commission. No report has been made on subject or tho year 1909. but last year the records show that the catch In Lak rie was one-third greater than It id ever been before, and there has been an Increase In the catches of the ither tales. The greatest Increase, owever. Is In Erie, which furnishes iaral feeding grounds, and from the further fact that five large hatcheries put their output therein. "n: on the new batteries is pro gressing favorably, and the hatchery Is otherwise being placed In position. ake trout and brook trout eggs are expected at the station any day. Mr. larks expects 8,000.000 of the former and. 1.H0O.OOO of the latter, all of which will be planted In Iiike Superior, tho St. Mary's river and the Inland streams of this peninsula. The whltcflsh eggs will not nrrlve hero until March, and those of the wall-eyed pike and rainbow trout will be tho last to come In April. Miss Lillian Uphoss of Madison, Wis., Rhoda Raker, the well known hair dresser and chiropodist. She will arrive er and chiropodist. She will arrive here Monday noon. Do you know that there is a Stein way Inner Player sold by GrlnneU Pros.? , x DON'T BE RASH in choosing your house fur nishing goods and hardware. I!uy where your experienced friends do which is right here. We do not sell tho tis sue paper kind that leak or give out with the first use. We handle the kind that aid you to keep both your house and your temper. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MICHIGAN LOCAL BREVITIES. HISTORY 1909 1892 17 Years. We have written insurance. When you buy a contract from us you know that we will be here when your fire occurs or your contract expires Faucett Bros. & Guck Established 1892. Branch office: Northern Mich igan Building and Loan Association. The two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Erhk Kutnbula of the lloston lo cation, died yesterday afternoon. The funeral toik place this afternoon. Lieut Henr- MacDuff of Company A. Engineers, left yesterday afternoon for Chicago and Detroit where he will spend a few days. Dr. Will King returned yesterday noon front a visit to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. MacDon ald are home from Chicago. Mr. Mac Donald lias been spending a couple of weeks in California. The Finnish Ilumu band will givo a promenade tomorrow evening in the Light Guard Armory. Mrs. J. p. peterfnnn Is home from a trip to Chicago, whtrcsho has been visiting friends. . A son was lxirn yr.'.terday to Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve Rood of the Kearsarge location. Justice Jackoia is expected home to day from JAnse, where he has been spending the past few days. John Major arrived here yesterday from Great Falls, Mont., and has gono to the Mohawk, where he has secured employment. Fred and Isaac Darkle arrived here yesterday from Cornwall, Eng., und will mako this their future home. Joslah Harper and James Thomai have gone to lower Michigan on a short business trip. John Leggo r.inl William Rcnnetts will leave on Monday for a visit to Cornwall, where they expect to spend the winter. Miss Theresa Webb leR here yester day for Mlndeii, Mich., where she will spend some time. Louis Jaerllng of this city has g'no to Mara k i county for a hunting trip. While In the woods he will nltnao i consignment of Relgian hares which were purchased by the Calumet Aus trian Gun club, for propagating pur poses. The Relgian hare is a particu larly hardy animal, and should easily withstand the rigors of this climate. John Madlgan entertained a party of friends Wednesday evening this week at a stag party. The infant child of Mr. und Mrs. Ar thur Rrokenshire of Laurlum died yes terday morning. The funeral will ! held this afternoon, with services at the house. An Inner Player is installed In tho Weber line which includes the Weber, Steck, Wheelock. Stuyvesant, all sold by Grlnnell Pros. NOTICE. Members of One and AH lodge No. 212 Sons of St. George, are requested to meet at the lodge Saturday evening, Nov. 27th at 7 o'clock sharp to make arrangements for the funeral of our deceased brother, James Knucky. Thos c. cox. w. r. 16 .W. J. Trnthen, W. C. Calymd; State Bank I Capital $100,000. OFFICERS: THOMAS HOATSON, President EDWARD ULSETH, Vice Presldeni J. W. SELDEN, 2nd Vice President F. J. KOHLHAAS, Cashier WALTER EDWARDS, Asst. Cashier Interest Paid on Savings Deposits Center Pieces and Doilies Larce lino of Battenlmro- C no tnllnnroci a a 18 inch, plain or drawn-work centpr at 45c 24 " " " ff 99 nr 65c L Wo also carry alarKo assortment of Cluny, Tcnoriffo and vAu vruutui jtiuuus, una xiomcSi IP- Ruppe Oonsj