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THE CALUMET NEWS.
NEW BOOKS RECEIVED AT THE C. & H. PUBLIC LIBRARY The following new books, ivcvived at the Calunift & llechi public library, will be ready for distribution tomor luw; Miscellaneous Non-Fiction. Williams Alcohol. lnmiinelnw A Commentary uii the Holy liiblo. I'm u-r Plrds of the !ible. Heard A Crusade of ltrotherhood Clarke The (lotpel in Latin Land.f. I'aust The German Lleinent in the I'nited States. '1 V. Steirier The Immigrant Tide. Washington The Story of the Ne Kto. i v. Koikunow Oeneral Theory of Law Kne Problems of City Oovern- mt tit. Ia l llcmtic Construction Work. ftarrit-oii urbanized Hand Work Head Stringing. Calkins llow to Ti-ach Phonics. Washburn Fifty Years in Constan tinople. Walsh The Story of Santa Klaus. Science and Arts. Philip The Romance of Modern Chemistry. Wodiska A I'.ook of Freclous stones Chapman Camps and Cruises of an irnithologist. Porter What I Have Done With i:irds. Storms Timbering- und Mining. (lUiitlu r i:iectro-Magnetlc Ore Sep ;i ration. Jud.xon City F.oada and Pavements. Kaikes Sewage Disposal Works. Newman The Kindergarten in the Home. Harrison Some Silent Teachers. Addison Arts and Crafts in the Middle Ages. Kumpus The Cathedrals and Churches of Norway, Sweden and Den mark. Kan lings Coins and How to Know Them. Caffin The Story of Dutch Painting Literature. The I ,ook of Christmas. International Library of Famous Literature. 20 V. K'.ict. Chas. AV., ed. Harvard Class i s. 27 v. Peck. II. T., rd. Masterpieces of Am i tit and Modern Literature. 20 v. Cooke The Dublin Hook of Irish Verse. Heed, T. D. od. Modern r.louence. 15 v. SpofTord. A. R. ed. Library of Wit and Humor. 5 v. Lear A Look of Limericks. I!ry in Speeches. 2 v. Travel and History. Lan- iar.i Wanderings in the Roman ( ' nip'una, Harper The Tower of London. Sl.eliey Inns and Taverns of Old London. H. rbert The Isle of Man. P.iis The id Town. I-M wards Holland of Today. Allison Oreek Land and Letters. A hi. oft Turkey in Transition. HedinTr ins-Himalaya. 2 v. (J re n fell La bral or. ("arson Mexico. Arnold The American Kgypt. (Yu catan.) ("! irk Longfellow's Country. M rriek Old Times on the Upper M.ssissippi. ovNorn Tlie Andean Lnnd. 2 v. y, )., fie),!New Zealand In Evolu tion. Hyrst Adventure s In tho Arctic Re Certain Dividends Not only docs the First National Bank of Calumet promise to keep your savings safely and return them to you on demand, hut it is actually willing to pay for the privilege. The only way to save is to save, and and the only time to hegin is HOW Savings accounts hegin to draw semi-annual dividends as soon as the money is deposited in the hank. These dividends don't depend upon the price of copper, or railroads or miners' strikes. They are sure and certain First National Bank OF CALUMET COME Cub's Billiard Parlors You are sure to meet your friends here 20 Discount on All Pipes DURING FEBRUARY Ask for Your Coupons, they are Your Share of the Profit COUPONS REDEEMABLE IN OUR LARGE PREMIUM DEPARTMENT 332 Fifth Street, gions. Shackleton The Heart of the Ant arctic. Home, C. F. cd. The Great Events by Famous Historians. 20 The Cambridge Modern History Tha Eighteenth Century. Elliot The Romance of Early Brit ish Life. . Holmes Windsor. Surridse Romance of History In dia. Johnston Famous Indian Chiefs. Willson Romance of Empire Can ada, a Paine The Ships and Sailors of Old Salem. Meany History of the State of Washington. Biography. Rigelow Retrospections of an active Life. 3 v. . Parker Recollections of Grover Cleveland. Foster Diplomatic Memoirs. 2 v. Galton Memories of My Life. Jerrold Thomas Hood. Jefferson intimate Recollections of Joseph Jefferson. Sangstor From My Youth Up. Stanley Autobiography. Ihewster Life and Letters of Josiah Duight Whitney. Winter Old Friends, being Literary Recollections. Fiction. liaird The Coming of Hester. 1!II The Concentrations of P.ee. Cameron The Involuntary Chaper on. Clouston The Prodigal Father. Crawford St radella. De la Pasture The Tyrant. Egg Ic ton Irene of the Mountains. Forma n Jason. Gale Friendship Village Lovo Sto ries. Gilson The Wistful Years. Hoiking The Sword of the Lord. Kipling Actions anil Reactions. Nichols n The Lords of High De cision. , Partridge The Kingdom of Earta. Roberts The Rackwoodsmen. Twuin Extract from Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven. Juvenile Non-Fiction. Hodges The Garden of Eden. Anderson The Great Sea Horse. Andrews The Enchanted Forest, lltard Hilly Possum. Hurnett Party Crusoe and Ills Man Saturday. i , V, Grimm Fairy Tales, edited by H. W. Mabie. , i 1 1 Jekyll Children and Gardens. Sidgwick The Children's Pool Gardening. Heard The Roy pioneers. Attwell Old Rhymes. Chapman Dutchie Doings. Cart The Donakin Circus. Lea The Wimple Children. Stay-Ht-Horne Travels. Holland Historic Hoy hood. Juvenile Fiction. Harbour Four Afloat. Hurnett The Children's Hook. Smith The Circus. Stratemeycr First at the North Pole. Tomlinson Ward Hill tho Teacher. Upton Golliwogg in the African JuiikIc. Welsh Stories Children Love. The movement of tho drifting Ice of the i ar North is about two miles a day. TO THE Calumet OSCEOLA NEWS NOTES. E. Dulonff of the 0ceoU Mills visiting friends In Osceola. Ilev. A. IZ. Healey has almost en tlrely recovered- from his recent 111 ness. Several Osceola homes are unile quarantine1 because of smallpox, scar let fever ami diphtheria. Harry Lobb, blacksmith at tho Os ceo'.a shop, will leave soon for Io troit where he has a position ns drafts man awaiting him. This evening, the eighth grade jm pils of the Osceola school will enter tain their teachers in the kimlcrgar ten rooms of the school. Special exercises were conducted In the Osceola schools on Monday in honor of Washington's birthday nnnl orsary. Miss Lena Lind Is seriously 111 at her home. She expects to go to Ann Arbor for a special operation as soon as she tains sufficient strength. John I'ryant of Osceola is recover ing rapidly from his rec nt severe ill ness and he expects to resume his work this week. A GENEROUS PASSENGER. Sleeping Car Porter Gets Fifty Cents for Returning $3,500. A sleeping car porter who runs into the copper country tells a good story of the generosity" of a man who once had a berth on his car and lost a purse containing $3,500, which the porter recovered for him. There were fifteen or twenty passengers occupying berths In the sleeper that night and th- pocket-book, which must have dropped out of tho owner's clothing, had been kicked about in the aisle until It was some distance from the loser's berth. The porter discovered It and was able to Identify the mvner only by the name on the InsMe of the pocket book. When the man awoke in the morning, the porter asked him If he had lost anything. No," responded the man grouch- iiy. "Are you sure that you have every thing that belongs to you?" persisted the porter. 'No, I haven't lost anything," replied the man still more gruffly, at the same time m.ikini a search of his pockets. "I'.y Oeorge, 1 have." said the passenger. In an entirely different tone a moment later. "I have lost a potk etbook containing J.1,500 in money." I pon this, the porter produced the missing pockctbook nnd money, nnd upon its return to him. the man reach ing down into his pants pocket, and smilintr graciously, handed the porter a half dollar, saying, "Take this as a reward for your honesty." HOWE'S PICTURES ARE GREAT. Fine Programs of Real and Original Films to Be Shown Here. Lyman II. Howe's Travel Festival truly reflects the life of the big hu man family at home and abroad. It makes us feel closer lo foreign nations so that they do not seem so foreign after all. The great secret of Mr. Howe's exhibition Is based on sound principle that "one touch of human nature makes the whole world akin." Kvery scene "rings true," because it Is so human because it Is Imbued with the life of the original. There Is not an artificial or false note In t. This Is why it elves so much solid satisfaction. Ordinary pictures pre sented at cheap prices do not deserve comparison with such perfect pho tography. Another feature Is the great discretion shown In the selection and arrangement of the subjects. This fur ther enhances the exhibition to a de gree difllcult to appreciate. All these claims are more than substantiated by the new program to be presented, at the Calumet theater on Sunday and Monday evenings. COOK PLAYER A SUICIDE. Miss June Trombley, a member of tho Carl W. Cook Stock company which recently tilled an engagement at the Calumet theater, committed sui cide at Flint, Mich., where the com pany Is now appearing. Miss Trombley had been n member of the company but a short time nnd was not with the organization when the local engagement was filled. Webster Dock of Hancock will glvs a lecture to the members of Charity lodge, Knights of Pythias next Thurs day evening. The lecturo will be a very Interesting one. ROYAL Afternoons 2:30. Evenings 7:00. TONIGHT ONLY "The Devil, The Servant AND The Man" Are The Talk of the Town Gold VatcTGiven Away Monday (light J LAURIUM i . i ICE CREAM MANUf ACTUM RS ARE COMPLYING Willi I AW Two Million Gallons Are Made ii State Yearly and Much Money Ex pended in Bringing Product Up to Standard. State Dairy and Food Commission A. C. Pird ha prepared statistics showing that the manufacturers and retailers of ice cream In Michlga l have expended mere than $78,000 the nasf" few months to bring their roduct up to the standard required by iw and demanded by the state do- artment. On July 1. P09. the state law coni clling Ice. cream manufacturers to ue 12 per cent butter fat went Into ffect. A short time after the law became operative, the department made its first statewide Inspection and found that tho nverage amount of butter fat In Michigan Ico cream was trifle less than 9 per cer t. Hverv manufacturer received prompt arnlm and four months later a sec ond statewide Inspection took place, After careful computation It was found that the nverage of butter fat In Ice cream wan 12.9 per cent. There arc 2.000, ono rations, of Ice cream manufactured in Michigan early, or In pound about 10.000,000. The nmourt of butter fat used In the cream from th" 12.9 basis Is ex tly 200,000 pounds. Putter fat Is orth at least 20 cents per pound. therefore the $73,000. OSBORN STRONG IN DELTA. Club is Organized in That County to Support Soo Man. The unanimity of sentiment in Del- county for Chase S. Osborn of Sault Ste. Marie for governor of Michigan, was most eloquently shown in the organization of the Delta County Osborn club by the promin- nt citizens of Kscanaba and all points of the county while returning from Menominee on a special train early yesterday morning, says the Ks canaba Morning Press. Judge Judd Yelland, chairman of the Delta coun ty Republican committee, was unani mously chosen by the big company of (shorn enthusiasts on the train for the office of president of the club. Attorney Torval H. Strom was named as secretary and before a general meet- ling of the organization is called here lll vnll.ra ,.C V.n ..Ill I... t .mr. til v. i.iu l"UMI) IM ROIH nn opportunity to become members. The idea of organizing an Osborn club, when so many of the prominent men of the county were t'ogcther was conceived by Attorney I. C. Jennings who drew up the propeV document and circulated It among tho delegates on the trip returning to Kscanaba. The club was launched with a membership of over 170 and when tho lists are brought In from different parts of the county before the first meeting It Is expected that practically every vot er of every political faith will be reg istered. Such a unanimity of sentiment for a candidate for governor of Michigan has never before been shown In Delta county and the eagerness with which all on the train signed the petition is indicative of the Soo statesman's strength In this district. CAUCUS NEXT THURSDAY. Warm Political Fight is Promised in Village Thia Spring. Xext week will be a busy one poli tically In Laurlum. On Thursday evening, March 3 will occur the cau cus, and it Is expected, that it will be largely attended. With four candi dates looking for the office of treasur er, a idmilar number in tho field for assessor, a prospective) fight on for village president, and opposition for positions on the council, Laurlum promises to witness a hot political fight. Next Tuesday evening the village council will meet In regular session. This will be the last meeting of the old board, and before the board meets Initial St IN TUB L71TEST STYLE at Metropolitan Pharmacy CALUMET DRUG GO. Corner Oak and Fifth Streets M again there will possibly be one or tw ih.inges. James Torreano will i.rex, nt nt tho March meeting, that will bo his last visit to the conn c-it chamber in his official capacity as councilman, as he has unnounced his determination to retire at the end of his present term. Vincent Valro Josenh Oallneau. John McLean and Harry Hermann are being mentioned to contest this vacant seat. INTEREST IN MEETING. Considerable Interest Is being taken In the meeting of the several sport men's clubs to be held In Calumet Sun day, when the questions of securing additional funds to purchase a num ber of Itelglan hares and Jack rabbits for the local woods and that of clrcu latinjr a petition to bo presented to Rep. Oates asking for the introduction of a special act preventing the snaring of rabbits In the copper country, are to be considered. Those back of the move ment are looking for n banner intend ance, believing that In union there i strength. LAURIUM BREVITIES. Arrangements are being made 'a conduct a series of evangelistic serv ices In the First IfaptUt church, prob ably early In May. Court Louis de France, A. C. A., will conduct a card party In tho First Na tional bank hall, Laurlum, March 29. James prownlng of Laurlum, Is home from a v'sit to Irouwood and other points. The members of the Calumet Curl ing club gave a skating party last evening in the Palestra. Tho event was a most enjovable one. IM. Haun of Dollar Pay. U the guest of his sister. Mrs. Dan Harring ton, for u f"W days. Mrs. Peter Ruppe has gone to Chi cago where she will visit relatives and friends., F. J. Maxwell, formerly of the Glass Itlock store, who left here some time am for the south, has returned to Cal umet, nd Is aga'n In charge of the ad vertising department of the store. Game Warden Thomas TTren of Ke weenaw county, was a Calumet visitor yesterday afternoon. Mr. ITren states that there Is little violation of the laws in Keweenaw county nt present. A small blaze was discovered In the basement of a home on Tewable street, Laurlum, yesterday morning. An alarm of fire was turned In but the fire was extinguished before the nrrlval of the firemen. The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary Solomon, of Second street, Laurlum, took place yesterday afternoon, with services nt the home. Rev. W. M. Ward officiated. The remains were shipped to Ishpemlng. for Interment. The funernl of the late Mrs. Kopp took place yesterday afternoon with ln tcrment In Lake View. Knowing Qlrli. Borne fellows think they know al most as much about girls as the in ventor of Ice cream soda' did. New York Times. The Convalescent Will soon regain vigor and strength by using BOSCH'S MALT TONIC Produces sound and re freshing sleep. Sold Everywhere BOSCH TONIC DEPT., LAKE LINDEN, MICH. a Hon ery OF COURSE IT'S LAMB when we say It Is. We don't sell you mutton nt lamb prices. It's fine Iamb too. Try a leg or foreciuarter for din ner tomorrow. If the other parts of the menl are as good as the meat.you will have a feast Indeed. Will we send It to you? Certainly! To nny part of town. W. J. REYNOLDS LAURIUM Phone 102. be but "The Man of the Hour" CAN MAKE AN ACTUAL SAVING of Suit or Overcoat We have in our stock, STEIN BLOCH, SOCIETY BRAND and PECK (Union made), nothing reserved. ED. HAAS & CO. CALUMUT IIOUOUTON CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Two apprentices to learn millinery at Vcrtiu Pros., Millinery department. x SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED 5 young live salesmen to call on grocery trade to sell an estab lished line. Call Mr. KIrsch, fecotl 310 Qulncy st., Hancock. 89 WANTED MALE HELP. A good energetic agent wanted to represent a prominent Life Insuranco Company in this section. Special and attractive features; liberal contract to right party. Address, Stacy Wilson, (len'l. Manager, American Temperance Life, 233 Hroadway, N. Y. 83 WANTED Immediately 15 miners wnges $3.50 perday for eight hours work. Apply at Perreault Employ mint office. 92 WANTED. WANTED Small safe, need not bo new. Cable I'lano Co., Calumet. X WANTED Responsible business man wants to rent seven or eight-room house, with modern conveniences. Ad dress "R" Care Calumet News. x FOR RENT. KOrt RENT Modern 7-room flat. Ap ply Henry Ilium. 93 FLAT FOR RENT Sultablo for hoarding house, 325 5th St., Calumet. 92 ROOMS TO RENT Steam heated, electric lighted, with shower and tub baths. These with reading room, evening school, pool, billiards, bowl ing, gymnasium classes, lunch room, are privileges offered by Young Men's Christian association. 97 Build Mammoth Nests. The jungle fowls of Australia con struct their nests in great mounds 15 feet high and 150 feet in diameter, composed of leaves and twigs. MUSIC INSTRUCTION. CONRAD 8AGEMILLER. Teacher of violin, mandolin, piano, cornet and all wind valve Instruments. Prices reasonable Satisfaction guar anteed. Orchestra music furnished for all occasions. 34 Vs Conglomerate st Centennial Mine, Calumet. VETERINARY SURGEON. Dr.F.M.McClure VETERINARY SURGEON OFf ICE: MeCLURE STABLE Phone 29 North 7th Street ARCHITECTS. F. HESSENMUELLER ARCHITECT Room 20-21 Cafumot, Stats Bank Bldg. Phone 655, Calumst, Mich. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C. ALBERT MARSCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. BORCO BLOCK. CALUMET, MICH. PHONE, NORTH 250. on any BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EM BALM ER Phone 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlors at th Cld StanA JACOB KALLIO 418 Fifth St., Calumet. Undertaker and Funeral Director. Lady and C-cntloman Embaliner. Only lady embalmer In Houghton Co. Phone parlor 98-1R night and day. Calls given prompt attention. Thone Res 98-2R. Harper-Thomas Go. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Phone 14 Holman Bldg., Calumet, Mich. All calls attended to either day or night. We also handle fresh cut flow ers for any occasion. S. OLSON EST. Licensed Undertakers and Embalmers. Prompt attention. Best Service. Phone 41. Residence 161. Night calls attended promptly. JEWELERS. A. FAHLEN&CO. JEWELERS WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ' Complete Stock of First CIjss Jewelry 407 Fifth St. :: Calumet MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J. E. POISY, MUSIC STORES HtadaiMrterS of VICTOR. COLUMBIA and EDISON Talking Machines and Records 320 flecla St.. Laurium. Phone 324 Jl. 441 Fifth St., Calumet. Phone 503 Jl. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. SCHNELLER, LAWRENCE &MALNAR Have best farming and tim ber lands for sale. BAKERIES. CROATIAN--SLOVENIAN BAKERY German Rye and Vienna Bread, Cak rolls and Biscuits. F.nev Cookina to Order. 813 Portland St. Near Freight Depot FLOWERS AND PLANTS. t-f-r Tr A m. YORK. All choice cut flowers In season. vv , . .... - r-rrBnondence w'lD outside rnrties who desire first ci stock Invited. Bend for qum Laurlum Pranch: a"cock Cor. 3rd & Osceola Sts. Qumey - Phone 4S2. Thone COLLEGES. Michigan College of Mines f. W. r.TcNAIR, prcsmeni. ..... t r, Km.crior u" trict. .Mints and nulls nc.cw.y Col!e, work. For Yeer Book ana i4 of arsdustes app!y to rreiUt Secretary. ,nkU HOUGHTON i?nwn.T