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THE CALUMET NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1915. 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 P. 9. SENDS MAM LETTERS TO lETTffT OFFICE sras 0 M AKH even pay day vour hanking da v. See to it that some part of your regular income is stored away in thi; hank to add to itself through interest and be ready for your use when you need it whether for building a home or build ing a business or for any one of the many occasions when the use of reaJv money is a factor of vital importance. We pay 3 on Savings. About 120 Are Forwarded Each Month Because of Faulty or No Addresses. LOCAL BREVITIES. FEW COMPLAINTS AT OFFICE in First National Bank of Laiiriiim A BANK FOR ALL PEOPLE Squaring the Circle Is Mi;iosfil to bo olio of the haidcst i'Ui la nwithcinatic lint wo know i f a hinder on ami that Id Hurinjr out where yu c;in buy b tti-r building m.i tcrial th;m wo soil. Dcttir "give it up" risht tit the t:i rt ;ind pi tronizo us for our Hue Is n l only gitul, but large you'll find wo have everything you nee., tiiul the prices are right. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Go. HUSDELL CALUMET HANCOCK . . , j Where Do You Buy Your Stationery? It Is n..t generally known that the Cakmut .ii.t"tlko nomls about 120 let ters legularly each month t.) the ,,ileaJ letter" oiikv at Washington. D. c Thl. means eonsiderably over l.OOd yearly. The News was islunn ti fev .iiini.es of thev letters thi niornhu; at the local postol!ice, and it is hardly credible that mi eh stupidity In th ! matter 'f addressing mall is possibkt. Addressing is not the word. in twine instances some letters wt- et addressed at all. There was m finale Ink mark on some of the let tors, fhe postage was there all riu.u. ind the envelopes were nronerlv scil- 1. but there was not a vestige of a a iddress. and the office was powerless to ascertain to whom these letters liould be delivered. There were other k Iters addressed mainly to foreign residents giving ri'iig postal box addresses, with only the one word "Calumet" marked on them, and again It was impossible to llnd the rl.uht parties. The local o"iclals stute that many of these mistakes occur through peopl who have been in the habit of cnlling for their mail at be local office, or paying for a box, removing from Cal umet to piinii' other point, and not leaving their change of address. It I cases like those that the local of tlclals cannot cope with. Another Instance was reported at the local office, where a prominent business man expected an important letter. He thought he did not receive it. and registered a complaint at the ollk e. One of the i (Pel. lis recollected so ing the letter 'n the offiVe and won d r 1 why it had not been deliverel. The iratti r was looked up, and It was found that businessman had receiv ed this particular letter. He made an other search, and found the letter at home, forgotten and unopened. There tvre many instances nice mis. The local potoillec keep u registry book for the purpose of entering com plaints against nou-oeiivery oi man, etc., and in every Instance where com plaint Is made the matter Is tuny looked into. The assistant postmas ter stated this morning that very few complaints tire made at the office, an-l it is believed that if there Is any kick ing on the mail nervice that it is clone nit side of the office, and not to the right parties, the oillelals themselves. We carry Styles at a good assortment of the Latest Moderate Prices Come in and see what we have No trouble to Show it RED JACKET PHARMACY Central Hotel Building ' SMALL FIRE THIS MORNING. A small lire was discovered this morning In one of the toneinent houses k?o,vn as ".Wall's Ark," near t.ho Mineral Range railroad yards. The fire was put out In short order, It not being necessary to turn on water. CALUMET PYTHIANS BUSY. Merchants and Miners Bank Calumet, Michigan Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 200,000.00 Interest Paid on Deposits Left Six Months j The incmners of Charity lodge. No. 131. Knighta of Pythias, have arranged I for n very interesting session for I Thursday evening In the lodge hall In I the I'nlon building. The program will consist of a moving picture entertain ment by I'rof, Thomas Wills and his assistant. Charles Hichards, also mu jsical and literary numbers. Several i of the best vocalists in town will take i part In the program and the members of the Tamarack band will render mu .nic. Luncheon will be served and dancing Indulged In. It Is expected that a number of tho portage Lake Knights of Pythias will attend, an In vitation having been issued to the members of Laurium, Columbia, und Hancock lodges. FOR SALE Iroquois st. 2nd and 3-d. house, $6,500. immediately. time. FAUCETT BROS. & CUCK. Laurium., between Modern 10-room Possession given For view at any Uoth the Northwestern and the Chi niuo, Milwaukee & St. Paul trains are late today. The former in 1 hours lute and the litter 2' hours behind time Heavy snow down the road Is respon slide. Mrs. Agnes Klatt and on Walt left yesterday afternoon for Portland Ore., t. Join Mr. Klatt. They are ac coni:anled by Mrs. Klatt's brother an sister, Joseph and Jessie. Tomczak. Mr, Klatt whs formerly In the employ of the Tamarack Co-Operative associa tion. O. Hall of the Vivian store In Laurium. left yesterday afternoon for Chicago and New York on a purchas ing trip. John I). Cuddihy went to Duluth last evening on a short business trip. Jerry J. Sullivan and tS. T. Miller of the Class Mock store, left last even Ing for Duluth on business. Michael Leary of this city, who left last fiill for Arizona points to better his health, is now at Mt. Clemens. He expects to return to Calumet shortly Mr. Leary has been but little benefit ted by the change. The remains of the late Joseph Mawrence were shipped to Chicago this afternoon for interment. Members of the family accompanied the re mains. D'l'rbano's band will be in Calumet the nights Instead of three, arrange ments to that effect being made yes terday. The band will now be heard at the Calumet theater on the even ings of March 1, 1'. 3, 5 and 6. The band will go to th" Ike Linden opera house on the evening of March 4. 11. M. Ituell of Saginaw, a prominent builder and contractor. Is In the city on a short visit. The Kccond of the series of basket ball games will b" played In the Y. M. C. A. cvm this evening. Ladies are especially Invited. Laurence Censik has gone to Iloss ly ii. Wash., where he exacts to locate. Kmll Llnd-iuist has gone to Amaril lo, Texas, where he will take a rail road position. Mr. Linnuist lias been in the employ of the Mineral Itango road In Calumet. Stenson has gone to Cay to take the position of car Inspector for the M. P.. It. The recent .storm means a lot of ex tra work for the village or iced ja.i;oi. A large (juuntlty of snow has fallen, iml the village teams, re-enforced with extra employes are clearing the several streets today. Members of Company A, Knglneers, are making nrrangeiuenis i ik"' A basketball team, and will likely chal lenge jo me of the local teams for games. The company has a large membership to draw rroin, and It Is believed a first-cla.-s team can be se lected. Joseph George of Centennial lias erected a new barber shop at Copper City which will be ready for use on March, 1. William IanleJ of Centennial was tendered a surprise party by his many friends last evening. The event was a . very nejoyable one. W. J. Uren and wife and family left yesterday afternoon for Milwaukee where they will visit for a short time. Owing to the severe storm of yester day the mall trains were much delayed and wire service outside of the copper country Impaired. The members of the Stella Rebekoh lodge enjoyed a social session at their regular meeting last evening. A fine concert was rendered after which luncheon was served and dancing In dulged In. flood progress Is being made with the local arrangements committee for the wrestling match between Zbyszko and Lehto at the Palestra on. March 1. Lehto is training hard for the match. On Saturday evening the members of Khartum Klan, Knights of tho Hidd en Eagle, will enjoy n ceremonial ses sion. Five candidates will be Installed. Oliver Tciiirangeau, who has been the representative of tho W. H. lxv C'gar company for some time, has tak- JUNIOR ATHLETES OF HIE V.M.C.A. BUSY THESE DAYS One Tournament Has Just Been Concluded and Another Series Started. PERSONNEL OF THE TEAMS 1 f Hn Art The Junior high school athletic tournamont that has been held in the Y. M. C. A. for several weeks, has been brought to a close. It resulted In some spirited contests. Each team was composed of seven members, and named after a vegetable. The stand ings of the teams In the tournament, are as follows: Cimts, 13 5-10 points. Cabbages, 11 1-10 points. Potatoes, 9 1-10 points. Turnips, 5 9-10 points. The Hoys A class, atliliated with th" Y. M. C. A., has also started a series of games, which Include all forms of athletics. There are four teams In thl.i mrnamcnt and Interest at each meet keen. The schedule will be coii- ludod in March. The teams and their present standing are: 'Moon, 9 points. Sun. 7 5-10 points. Earth. C 4-10 points. Stars, 1 3-10 points. The personnel of the four learns with the captain of each, Is as follow: Stars A. James, capt.; Kul lloag, rwryman, Chamberlain, Wilson, A. Hoatson and McLean. Earth A. Rule, capt.; UcmvUk, Pe terson, P. Itoehm, Nichols, Llndulst. Dunn, Wells and Edwards. Sun J. Morton, Capt., Morgan. Crowle, Drier. Dupont, Seppola, W. Uoehin. W. Phillips and W. Lean. Moon W. Soddy, capt.; I Lobb, Thomas, Cameron, Peishor, Asselin, Ered Larson, H. Vivian und I I'.urder NeedSe Work 11TH ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE Your While Looking ifnafNSTHNp n J2.j u iiJLXi j. ami nuutrliXUN I r : Ti In ten minutes 3 for -2."c photo on postals. 20th Century Studio, opp. First Ntit. Hank. your Photo x Seats In tho tho Upper (Sallery will be Hold for 50q In advance for Madame. Schumann-Hclnk. (Jet up a party and hear her. tf State Savings Bank Laurium Michigan, ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1897 Capital Surplus Fund $75,000.00 $100,000.00 OFFICERS JOHNSON VIVIAN President WM. H.THIELMAN, Vicc-Presid.ont JAMES T. FISHER Cashier EDWARD P. BAST. Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Johnson Vivian Wm. H. Thiclman F. S. Carlton Jas. A. Torreano Jas. T. Fisher J. P. Petcrmann Jas. MacNauKhton assies KAIKOMO, 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 CAIMAN'S ELASIIC FLOOR FINISH The best varnish for hard wood floors. SHERMAN-WILLIAMS EXCELLO VARNISH For interior work, is a quick drying, hard varnish, giving a splendid finish to all wood work. The SIVERT OLSON Estate Furniture and Undertaking Scott Street Phone 41 CALUMET in over the wholesale business of this company and shipments will be made direct to Calumet In tho future. The watch given away by the man agement of the Royal Theater of Calu met, was secured by John K. Clemo of the Tamarack hospital staff. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomas of Flor ida location have returned from Ish pemlns where they attended the fil ial of Mrs. Thoaias' father. The members of Stella Rcbckah lodge entertained at their 'hall last evening. The proceei's were devoted o the new equipment recently purchased. There was a good attendance and a very pleasant evening was spent. Khner Larson of the First National bank of Calumet, Is home from a visit to Ishpemlng. The Calumet Hoys' club will give a asiucrade ball In the Red Jack' t townhall on the evening of I ri'lay, February 25. Suitable music for danc- Ir.g wi'l be provided. A regular meeting of tho Calumet lodge of Elks will be held tills evening. Calumet lodge. F. & A. M., will meet tomorrow evening In the Masonic building on Firth street. There is finite a demand for seats for Hancock Klks-Y. M. C. A. Indoor baseball team, to be played tomorrow evening in the Y. M. C. A. gym. It is believed that one of the record crowds of the season will be present. Howard Cray has Joined the high school orchestra as drummer. Th's makes tho local orchestra one of tho best and most complete of its kind in the state. New music has been re ee'ved and the musicians practice nightly. 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 LAURIUM Keen-Edged Cutlery n mm is th only kind worth having. Tho man who shaves or the woman who tews knows th; f:'$'MJX&. 0ur ut!cfy Apartment will Le found an cbsolutcly reliable place at which to do your purchasing. You'll never have cause to rcyci any purchase you may mak there. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MICHIGAN t Watch Your Dollars Grow $80.00 $80.00 $80.00 $80.00 $80.00 $80.00 In Eleven Years: at 2 will amount to at 3 will amount to at 41 will amount to will amount to will amount to will amoiiiit to at 50 at G at 1 $ 97.C0 $100.40 $115.20 $124.00 $132.40 5141,60 We are maldng 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 G800 shares sold in the 84th series to date. A record hrnnknr. 5fc J MUSLIN UNDERWEAR A new lot of Spring Muslin Underwear, consist ing ui iNignc uowns-Corset Covers Skirts Drawers-Chemise just received. SPECIAL BARGAIN Night Gowns, tucked yoke, full Sizes, at 50c. A, Rons k 1 1 j