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THE CALUMEI" NEWS.
GOOD ATTRACTIONS BOOKED FOR THE CALUMET THEATER nat vivian likely to be COMMERCIAL BASKET BAIL NAMED PROBATION OFFICER i tr.lf nFfllNe CPHPnill F II LOS is A' t A MAN WITH CORNS ON HIS FEET HAS A RIGHT TO GROWL UNTIL HE HAS USED V. & R. CORN CURE 25c THE BOTTLE AT VASTBINDER & READ'S PHARMACY STATEMENT OF CONDITION. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUARY 31, 1910. CONDENSED FROM STATEMENT TO COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. RESOURCES. J.onns and discounts $229,161.31 I'niLd State and oth.r l'.oiids 76,000.00 l'uniiuins cm V. S. lionds 2,913.59 i::il Kstato and Fixtures 72,736.22 Overdrafts 727.33 lue from lT. S. Treasurer 3,750.00 CASH OX HAND AN'IJ IN 15ANKS 80,003.50 $465,341.95 LIABILITIES. Capital $100,000.00 Siirj lus and profits 34,261.82 Circulation 75,000.00 HKI'OSITS 256,080.13 "The Man of the Hour" Here on Feb. 26, and "Great Divide" on March 4. D'URBANO'S BAND TO RETURN $455,341.95 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF LAURIUM ' s " T A SERIOUS MISTAKE is mad by the man who plsces his building material contracts before securing our estimates. Close buying enables us to sell close, and the quality of our sup plies builds dependability into every structure in which they're Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK IK i MitnnstTft Win. A. Hrady nnd Jon. It, (nsiiuTH bl roduction of UeorKO' liro.wlhurst'8 great play, "The Man of the Hour," with a special company Is underlined for production at the Culu. met theater on Feb. 2C. "The Man of the Hour" Is conceded lv critics verywhere to be one of the best Am ncan jdays ever written. There la iw a uiscoruai.t note in it. everv haracter moves and breathes and lives. It Is a play for the people who like their heart string played upon. ind who clinj; to the old beliefs about riiKRcd honesty and love for women and home. A mere recital of the story conveys little Men of the spark ling charm there is In the play; It Is full of surprises, heart Interest, apt omedy and a round-un In wlil.-h verybody rejoices. D'Urbano's Band Coming DTrbano'a band, which made such a hit with the public during its first enjiaKcmcnt here, will return to Cal umet for three nights, March 1, 2 and 3. A different program will be given , each night, nnd all selections request ed by the audience will be played when possible. There are several soloists with the band whose playing is excel lent. They were recruited from some of the best organizations in the coun try. Miss Horry, whose voice charm ed the hearers on her last appearance here, is still with the company. Commenting editorially on the band. the Marinette Kagle-Ptar says; D Turbano, after a week's stay with us, created a liking for more of his splendid band music. It Is intimated that he will return for another week's engagement in March. All those who attended the concerts will be glad to welcome him again. lie Is a great band leader." Great Divide March 4. One of the best dramatic events of the season will be the presentation of "The Great Divide." which is announc ed for March 4 at the Calumet theater, when Henry Miller will present a su perb company of distinguished play ers in William Vaughn Moody's mas terful drama of American life. The entire production and scenic equip ment will be given precisely the same os during the two years' engagement of the play in New York City. Judge of Trobate llcntley, who Is also judge of the Juvenile court for this county, has had a petition filed with him asking for the appointment of Nat II. Vivian of the C. & II. supply ofllce, to be probation ofleer for the northern end. of Houghton county. which will include the townships of ('alumot and Osceola. I Judge Itentlcy stated yesterday that he will make the appointment as noon us the board of supervisors considers the matter nnd fixes the compensation for the probation officer as provided for in the state Juvenile court act. It Is believed locally that the np pointment of Mr. Vivian to this Impor tant office, will be well received In this district. Mr. Vivian has given the matter of Juvenile delinquer ts careful study nnd thought, nnd is considered well qualified to take hold of the po sition. The work of Judgo F.en Lindsay of Denver, Col., and other prominent Ju venile court judges throughout the country, who hu-ve made special stud ies of the work, and created deep In terest through their treatment of spe cific cases has greatly attracted Mr. Vivian, nnd It Is mainly owing to his knowledge of. the treatment of the Juvenile offenders that he has been recommended for the office. Initial Games Flayed by Six Ag gregations in Y. M. C. A. Last Evening. 'GAMES ON WEDNESDAY NIGHTS jjt ira lum n ELKS' COMMITTEE TO GET RATES FOR CONVENTIONS LATHROP IN FLORIDA. HAT GOLD In your HEAD with BROMO-L AXINE sure and pleasant. In your THROAT with OUR WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP "njf sed." In jour CHEST with OS?.'03Ur." Cures over night. In your HANDS with a JAPANESE HAND-WARME R ask us. In your FEET with one of our HIGH GRADE HOT WATER BOTTLES. OUR Prompt Attention. Courteous Treatment. P O L I C Y Accurate R Work. Reasonable Prices, RED JACKET PHARMACY " f I H-sl l D.'l.i'. B PHONE 595. NIGHT CALLS, 671 L-1. 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 State Savings Bank Laurium Michigan. ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1897 Capital, - Surplus Fund $75,000.00 $100,000.00 OFFICERS JOHNSON VIVIAN JAMES T. FISHER President Cashier VVM. H. THIELMAN. EDWARD P. BAST. Vice-Presu'fMit Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Johnson Vivian Wm. H. Thielman F. S. Carlton Jas. A. Torrrano Jas. T. Fisher J. P. Pctermann Jas. MacNaimhton II. C. rrt'Hpott, who Is conducting tlio sale at tlio lied Front Htoro ' for !' eiorn naioa company, n.i.i re ceived a letter from Frank II. Iathrop wlio is likewise connected with tlio Western Silos company, statin that he is spending the winter In Florida. Mr. Lnthrop Is wclf known In Calumet, he having conducted the Ryan and l!rlsff"s sales in this city. He writes to the effect that he has purchased n farm and has nlready shipped one car load of celery nnd has ten more almost ready to ship. There was a well-attended meeting (f the Calumet lodge of F.Iks last eve ning. The matter of securing low transportation rates and accommoda tions for the members of the local lodge desirous of attending the state and national conventions of the Klks to he held in Detroit in July was taken up, and a committee nppolnted to look into these matters. This committee consists of Frai.k Distel, Jr., F. V. Hessenmueller and (leorge Williams. The committee will take the matter up with the railroads, nnd bring In a re port to the lodge later on. The Calumet lodge Is entitled to send one delegate to the national con vention, and four delegates to the Michigan Klks association convention. These delegates will be named at the first meeting of the lodge In March, when officers for the ensuing year al so will be elected. Kxalted Ruler Harry S. Scott Is president of th Michigan Klks' asso ciation, and as a compliment to him as well as a desire on the part of the members to visit Detroit it Is expected that Calumet will send down a large delegation.' Special rates are likely to be secured. The Commercial basketball league of the Y. M. C. A. opened Its seuwon lapt evening. There was a large attendance of members of the teanjs and their friends and some excellent games were witnessed. Captains of the six teams were elect ed last evening, but the names of tlio teams have yet to be announced. All of the games will take place In the Y. M. C. A. cym Wednesday evening of each week. The captains of the re spective teams, which are numbered for the time being, are as follows: No. 1 Hugh James. No. 2 Murk Curto. No. 3 Will 'La vera. No. 4 Thomas Soddy. No. 5 II. Liddieoat. No. G Fred Martin. No. 1 and 2 played last evcnlnar. No. 2 winning by the score of 20 to 21. In the second game played between Nos. 3 and 4, the latter won by the close score of 14 to 13. No. 5 defeated No. 6, the score being 31 to 23. Next Wednesday night, the second games of the series, will be known as ladies' night, members of the gen tler sex being cordially Invited to at tend. This evening the Y. M. C. A. Indoor ball team will journey to Hancock to meet the Klks' team In the Germania hall. A number of local rooters will accompany the association team. 10 ARE YOU THE LOSER? YOU SURELY WILL BE IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF rn FURNITURE AND DO NOT FILL YOUR WANTS AT OUR STORE IN OUR WINDOW IS DISPLAYED A BEAUTIFUL Pari o SUITE OF RICH MAHOGANY FRAME, GREEN SILK PLUSH im HOLSTERED AND HAVE BEEN MARKED TO SELL FOR iftiT WE HAVE MADE A SPECIAL PRICE OF $59.40 ON THIS BEAtiTi FUL SUITE. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF NEW FURNITURE Fno THE PARLOR, OR ARE ABOUT TO FURNISH A HOME AND rv! -JOT AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS OPPORTUNITY YOU HaSS LOST THE GREAT SUM OF $22.10. VE DON'T MISSi THIS CHANCE IT IS ONE OF THE MANY BAR GAINS TO BE HAD HERE FROM TIME TO TIME. KNIGHTS OF ROMULUS. Articles of association for a Calumet chapter of the Knights of Romulus were this morning Hied at the office of the county clerk in Houghton. The names of those starting the order, which Is charitable, fraternal and so cial, are as follows: pominleo Morjo, I'almeteo Tommel, Charles Macchl, John It. Curto, llnrtholomew Quello, Jr.. John Yalta. Narcisso Rlnnchl, Dominion l'lcchlottino and Kugene Coppo. t-UCA L HRPV7-riZ&. I I Keen-Edged Cutlery t w M is tho only kind worth having. Tho man who shaves or tho woman who sova knows this. Our cutlery department will be found an absolutely reliable plaet at which to do your purchasing. You'll never have cause to regret any purchase yog may make there. ROYAL THEATER PROGRAM. LOSES FIVE FINGERS. William Reed, the 18-year-old son of Jotduh Reed, Calumet's poundmas ter, suffered the loss of the five fingers of his right hand yesterday, while en gaged in operating a wood-sawing machine. Owing to the table of the machine becoming twisted In some manner, the unfortunate young fellow got his hand caught In between the block of wood and the saw, the latter sawing off his fingers before the ma chine could be stopped. Mr. and Mrs. A. Nlomark of Fifth street are visiting at Ann Arbor. FOR SALE Iroquois st. 2nd and 3-d. house, $6,500. immediately. time. FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK. Laurium., between Modern 10-room Possession given For view at any The feature film at tho Royal theater of Sixth street' for this week Is the third series of the life of Moses, en titled, "The Plagues of Kgypt" and "the Deliverance ofUhe Hebrews." The picture Is said to be an exceptionally good one and It will undoubtedly be appreciated by the theater patrons. Other pictures will also be shown. BIG MEETING OF K. C.'S. Calumet council, Knirhts of Colum bus, is preparing to receive a large class of CO or more candidates at a big meeting to be held during the. latter part of May, probably on Memorial day, May 30, or the Sunday preceding It. The members nre already making plans for the event. It is proposed to hold a big session of the Knights, such as was held In Marquette recently. Members of the order in northern Michigan will be In vited to attend and witness the work. It Is very probable that one of tlm crack degree teunis of the state also will be present. FINAL GAMES SATURDAY. The wind-up of the Calumet Indoor baseball league's Reason will occur Saturday night. There will bo a double-header tonight between four teams while a stcond double-header will be played Saturday. More popular tnan ever, the 20th Century Photo Studio, Cth SL, Opp. First Nat. Rank. x uSKm KALKOMO The Ideal Wall Finish Comes in all colors. When mixed with cold water is ready for use. Works splendidly over old wall paper. Kalkomo applied on soiled wall paper will save the price of repapering. Works easily. Shows no laps. Five Pound Package 40c CALMAN'S ELASTIC FLOOR FINISH The best varnish for hard wood iloors. SHERMAN-WILLIAMS EXCELLO VARNISH For interior work. Is a quick drying, hard varnish, Civinu a splendid finish to all wood work. The SIVERT OLSON Estate Furniture and Undertaking Scott Street Phone 41 CALUMET Street Commissioner M. Jacka and force of men are still engaged In removing snow from the streets of the village. Red Jacket's streets are receiving careful attention at the hands of the street commissioner. Oene P.andettinl has gone to Chi cago to attend the auto show. A meeting of the directors of the Y. M. C. A. will be held tomorrow evening. I. Krolick. manager of the Fashion store, Is in New York on a purchasing visit. Arthur Wlllings has gone to North Dakota points on a visit. Joseph Asselin, the Sixth street meat dealer, Is spending a few days at r.ellaire hunting rabbits. The French Dramatic club will stage a comedy production In tho Italian hall in about three weeks time. The proceeds will be devoted to the St. Anne's French parsonage. There will be n special conclave of Montrose Commandery Knights Tem jlar this evening In the Masonic hall. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MICHIGAN SIMX'IAL. Remember the big reduction we are giving on all winter wearing apparel In our Cloak and Fur department. Vertln ISros. 81 New Spring Dry Goods Linings, Wash Goods, Laces and Embroideries arriving daily and all have been marked to save you immediate dividends. You should see for yourself. THE Ryckman Store Company Phone 565 LAURIUM 1 !! IS 1 Watch You Dollar G In Eleven Years: $80.00 at 2$ will amount to S 97.60 ; $80.00 at 3 will amount to S106.40 j $80.00 at 4 will amount to $115.20 ! $80.00 at5'i will amount to $124.00 $80.00 at 6 will amount to $132.40 $80.00 at 7 will amount to $141,63 We are making 7 and we invite you to join us. Invest your money where it is safe and where it will earn the highest rate. Northern Michigan Building and Loan Association Over 6800 shares sold in the 84th series to date. A record hrpnknr. WASH GOODS We now have on sale our new lines of Spring and Summer Wash Goods, including the following: NURSE'S STRIPES, in light blue, dark blue, and an assort ment of shadings, at 12 1-2 cents per yard. RED SEAL GINGHAMS, large assortment of-patterns, at 12 1-2 cents. Also Zephyrs. Chambrays, etc. in a wide range of patterns. S3- 3Ru.;p;pe & Sons