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SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1910.
: SUFf- WRIGHT'S SCHEME IS ' UNCONSTITUTIONAL BIRD Proposed Enactment to Avoid Fil ing Up Useless Money De clared Illegal. CAN'T HOLD THE FUNDS BACK Superintendent of Tubllc Instruc tion I I Wright, who for sonic time has had under consideration various .schemes for distributing the primary Bchool money, submitted a proposed enactment relative to the distribution of the primary fund to the attorney general for him to determlno whether or not It was constitutional. According: to Wright's Idea, when any district had on hand more than Miough money to pay lis teachers and tuition to a high school for a period of two year, the children of school ago residing In that district should not he counted In making up the annual apportionment of primary money, nor -should, they ho counted until the sur plus on hand In the district should be reduced to an amount that would nav tho teachers and tuition for two years In advance. It was Wright's Intention to Pub mit this proposition to the next lecls lature In the hope that the present lan- would he amended, but Attorney-Gen iraliHird 1ms given, him an opinion that the proposed provision would be unconstitutional. KEARSARGE M. E. PROGRAM. Sunday School Will Ronder Program at Church Sunday Evening. A very pleasant Easter program has been prepared by tho pupils tf tho Sunday school of the Kearsargo M. E. church to be rendered on Sunday evening. The program Is as follows: Opening song, I flo to Prepare a Place for You, school. Prayer, Gus Donald. Song, For Christ and the Church, school., Ulble reading, Mr. Farrlsh. Song, Crown Him Today, school. Recitation, the Lord Is Risen, Flor ence Farrlsh. r Recitation, Angels Clad In Splendor, Cyril Dawe." .. Recitation,'1 The Easter Message, five girls. Solo, esley Williams. A tTRAND vJl THEATER LJf TODAY'S PROGRAM . i Great Many Peoplfc Have Seen This Play. Now See the Production In Moving Pictures. The Englishman andthe Girl Paid in Full Certain Dividends Not only does the First National Bank of Calumet promise to keep your savings safely and return them to you on demand, but it is actually willing to pay for the privilege. The only way to save is to save, and and the only time to begin is IOW. . Savings accounts begin to draw semi-annual dividends as soon as the money is deposited in the bank. 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 TOBACCO' For tho Connisouer A few of the Choicest VARSITY MIXTURE TORTOISE SHELL THREE STATES WILL'S LATAMA . YALE MIXTURE A, I 6. PERIQUE BLUE BOAR LONE JACK DERBY SLICE IMPERIAL CUBE CUT WHOLE ENGLISH CURYE CUT, ETC. THE CUBS' BILLIARD PARLOR -4FIPTH STREET, CALUMET Recitation, tho javo.iH iw .... ! i rt-inuertn. .Song f Trlun.ph, Kau Venning. Recitation, Looking of .,. girls. " "u luet. Mrs. R. CornUh ni u.,i..i.. Llddlcoat. Recitation, WJiat He U T tt- boys. ' Recitation. The Flower n,i,i a Swelling. Flossie Crocker. Recitation, Easter Taners. n Farrlsh. uecitatlon, Tho Flower's E:iif.r Message, Lillian Haynos Recitation, Tho Easter Err. Arthur Rogers. Song. Twilight, school. Recitation. In the Rreaklnir of the nay. ivy Haynes Recitation. Christ the Lord Is Ris en. Wilton Rowe. Recitation, Easter Time, Doris Da vey. Recitation. What Can tho Little Ones Rrlng. Annie Oliver. Recitation, Thine Own We Give, Ar thur Collins. Recitation. An Easter Service, Lottie Prout. Solo, Miss Ethel Hill Recitation, Sign of Easter, Stanley Rogers. Recitation, The Robin's Call, George Davy. Dialogue, Take Up the Cross, five girls. Song. He Has Come, school. Recitation. God's Love, Ethel Far rlsh. Recitation, A Happy Greeting. Tearl Rogers. Recitation, Seeking, George Rowe. Recitation, The Easter Altar Cloth Myrtle Haynes. Malo quartet. Arthur Williams George Frlggens, Robert Haynes and William Ellis. Address by pastor. Closlug song, Good Night, school. BERNARD TO RACE LOCAL HORSES ON BIG CIRCUITS Joe Rernard, the well known local Jockey .expects to leave about the middle part of next month with a string of loeal horses which will bo raced the coming summer In the southern Michigan circuit, and also on the North and South Dakota circuits. Rernard will take Gender Mack, owned by Reding ISros., My Lady Dainty, owned by Dr. O. II. Kohlhaas and probably Riley Wilkes, owned by Phil Nlemark. There are other local horses that may make the several cir cuits, but nothing definite concerning them Is known thus far. Gender Mack, My Lady Dainty, and Riley Wilkes should give a good ac count of theinseJvcs. Rernard Is a very clever Jockey, and will handle the ribbons on all three. He has driven these anlpinls. to. victory before, nnd believe that when the horses have been thoroughly trained and acclim atized that they wIlMake many prizes BILLIARD CONTEST. Arrangements have been made for a billiard match to bo played In this city between Wilfred Wllmey and Ren Ur sin, for the local championship. Roth men are expert with the lvor1e, nnd it Is thought that they will be evenly matched. The match will be for 300 points, 150 of which will be played each evening. The first game will be played on the tables of the Cub billiard parlors. "SLAVE OF THE GALLEYS" AT THE BIJOU NEXT WEEK The feature attraction on the oro- grant of the HIJou theater of Calumet r next week. Is "A Slave of the Gal 'ys." In pictures. This olav was oiu of the most suecejsful ever produce,!, rivaling la popularity the dramatic presentation of Harriet Readier WM. H. JOSSELYN. Stowcs' famous story "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Win, H. Josselyn has secur ed 106 beautiful scenes from tho pre sentation of "Slave of the Galleys' which beautifully illustrate the story One of the features of the attrait.on is the picture of the race, showing 26 distinct positions of the contestant. NEW FLOTATION AT GLOBE. Special to J. A. Minnear & Co. from Globe, Ariz.: The property of the Arizona Colorado Copper l!elt and Gold Mining & Milling company, con sisting of twenty-one claims located about three miles north of Globe, was sold March 23 to the Great Eastern Development company, recently or ganized by 12. M. White, formerly manager and superintendent of the Warrior Copper Co. The Great East ern company is capitalized for $300,000 divided Into TiO.OOO shares of a par value of $10 each, and has taken over tne Arizona Colorado property ap proximately for $900,000. Present workings on the properly toiihUt of a 900-foot shaft with the eighth and and ninth levels established. The new owners will begin operations within a few months, but definite plans therefore have not been per fected. The Arizona-Commercial smelter will be shut down Unlay for sevcrnl days while necessary repairs are nind.f to the side water jackets of the fur- COOK COMPANY TO REMAIN. The management of the Calumet theater has arranged with the Carl W. Cook Stock company to remain In this city all next week, and the com pany will present a number of new plays here. "The Tie That Rinds,' drew a crowded house last evening and the play was thoroughly enjoyed. The attendance at tho matinee tlil.1 afternoon Is very larrc. This evening the company will present. "Ten Nights In a Mar Room. revised, re-written, and brought up-to-date. The company has selected ns its bill for Monday night, "The Sheriff and the Girl." La dies will be admitted free. News want ads bring results. Shoemaker Shop REMOVED TO 322 Lake Linden Ave. XAUBITJM Any kind of shoe-repairing or mending done neatly nnd strong lygood workmanship and rea jonable charges guaranteed. Cleaning and Binall mending al so done cheap. All work ex ecuted with neatness and dis patch, on new machine I Am Retailing Sole Leather and all kinds of Shoemaker Supplies, at very reasonable prices. All supplies warranted first-class. I take and execute all orders In shoemaklng or leather lines, for reasonable commission. J, R, SAARELA SHOEMAKER . if feu S ;- . . - ' I fill--a mi - - l THE CALUMET NEWS. l l I LAURIUM CAIL FARMERS MtETINGS TO MAKE PIANS FOR FAIR Northern Michigan Agricultural Society to Commence Work Here Soon. RACES TO HE FAIR FEATURE A meeting of the farmers of the Traprock district will probably lie called soon by the Northern Mlchl-i Ban Agricultural society, which wa organized last fall In Laurlum. for the purpose of securing: views of the farmers upon exhibits to be prepared for the fair. The meeting will prob ably be held in Lake Linden, and If the arrangements can be made, a sim ilar meeting- may be held for the Ke weenaw county farmers at Mohawk. The officers of the society propose In this manner to Interest tho farmers of the copper country In the society and encourage them to prepare pro duce this year which will be suitable for exhibition purposes. Those Instru mental In organizing the pnelety have already met with considerable encour agement from the tillers of the soil and It is thought that they will enter heartily Into the plans for the fair. After sufficient Interest In the work of the society has been aroused, It is proposed to launch a campaign for memberships nnd to secure the co operation of all those Interested 'n the success of the enterprise. It Is thought that n number of annual mem berships may be secured In addition to the life members, who pay a fee of $10. With the funds thus secured, the so ciety will undoubtedly ho In a position to erect suitable buildings for the fair exhibits In Laurlum. A number of fast horses will b brought to Calumet this summer to partlcluate In the various meets to be conducted and nil of these will re main until fair time to take part In Ihe races. When the plans for the first annual fair of the Northe-n Michigan Agricultural association ma tore, It Is thought that the race meet ing will be one of the principal fea tores, and that lUwill he the bignest event of Its kind for the year. The raes will not detract from the ex hibits, however, ns thfl officers of the association plan to make them as j"omplete ns possible. MAY PROVIDE TFLFPH0NF EXCHANGE FOR ftEWEENAW The Michigan State Telephone com pany Is considering tho advisability of providing a telephone exchange lor the residents of Keweenaw county. The matter will be taken up soon and If It is found necessary to provide a separate exchange for the phones in that district, It will bo located at Mo hawk. The demand for telepnones in Keweenaw has been very large dmin the past few months, and. the growing industries in that section, many of which are closely associated with Cal umet lead to the conclusion that the business would Increase If a better service could be provided. Many ap plications for phones from remoio parts of tho county have been r iclvcd and tho contemplated change would undoubtedly prove a big Im provement In the service. The new trunk lines which were re cently strunar between Calumet anl Houghton, and between this city and Lake Linden went into commission yesterday and provide a much improv ed service, which Is much appreciated by the patrons of tho company. LAURIUM M. E. PROGRAM. Fine Program Hat Been Prepared By Laurium Sunday School. Arrangements havo been made for a line program to be rendered by the Sunday school of tho Laurlum M. E. church tomorrow evening. The pro gram Is as follows: Vo'untary. : Song. In the. Happy Sprlnglim?, school. ' ;J , Uefponslvo reading.. Prayer. 1 he Joy of Easter.' r ial, gue, Three yo.mg ladles. Sonjf by the Trlmary. Recitation, When Ho Arose. ,S ng, Come Join the Song, school. Recitation, Ministering spirits f The way we brew and bottle our beer makes it a delicious and nourishing bev erage. Sold everywhere in kegs and quart and pint bottles. Bosch Brewing Co. Lake Linden, Mich. ii J) fr'tini. Knr Me. U Iii.'i rl I . Recitation, He Showed Them HU Hands. Song, the Lord Is Risen Indeed, school. Recitation, The Legend of the Lll lles. Duet. Easter Lillies. Recitation, Transformation. Hong, Our Triumphant Day, school. Recitation, Restore;!. Recitation, Praise. Song. The Easter Hells, kindergar ten. Solo, Mary's Offering. Dialogue, Christian Symbols, five children. Recitation, If You Never Heard. Duet, la the Hereafter. Recitation. Send the Tidings. Recitation. A Child's Gift. Song, Tho Kcho In the Heart, school. Recitation, Keep the Echoes Ring ing. Song. Our Immortal Joy, school, Easter Morning Service. At the regular morning service at the Laurlum M. E. church, special music will be rendered by the choir. missionary sermon will be preached by the pastor. The following Is the program for the Bcrvlcc; Hymn. ; i Prayer. Response. "Ti" Anthem, by choir, They have taken away my Lord J. Stalner. Lesson. Gloria. Anthem, by choir, Hosanna Jules Granier. Sermon, The Old and Modern Easter, W. M. Ward, pastor. Anthem, by choir, Christ the Lord Is Uisen Dudley Ruck. SACRED HEART SERVICES. The following services will bo con ducted at the Sacred Heart church t Calumet tomorrow. Easter Sunday: 6 a.m., Solemn high mass and pro ccssional. 8 a.m., Mass. 10.30 a.m., High mass and sermon. 7.30 p.m., Sunday evening service. Special music has been prepared by an augmented choir under the leader ship of Prof. Espel for both the 6 o'clock and the 10:30 o'clock masses. Gounod's mass, "St. Cecelia" will be sung. EASTER MONDAY PARTY. Tho members of Laurlum lodge No. 202, Knights of Pythias, have made arrangements for an "Easter Monday ball to be given In the Laurium bank hall. A fine program of dancing num bers have been arranged nnd it Is ex pected that tho party will prove a very pleasant one. LAURIUM BIRTH RECORD. It seems altogether likely that the birth records of Laurlum will be broken this month. So far 33 births havo been .reported to Clerk Prlsk, that number being within three of the standing record for the village for a single month. As there are several days yet during which births which occur this month may be rec orded. It is likely that the total will be larger than that of any previous month since the law demanding th registration of each birth went Into effect. BEEMAN AND KANGAS ARE READY FOR BOUT TONIGHT Pearl T. Reeman nnd Matt Kangas, the principals of the big wrestling match to be conducted at the Palestra this evening, uie ready for the fray. Roth men are In prime condition and each looks forward to victory. Ree man did most of his training for the match at Great Falls, Mont., where he is now located and conducts an ath letlc club. Ho nrrlved here, Thursday and has Indulged In light training only since that time. Kangas like the other Finnish wrestlers of the upper pen insula is always In good condition. He has been working out at his home In Ishpemlng. While Kangas will have a slight ad vantage because of his weight, it Is believed that the skill and science of his opponent will be sufficient to over come this. Reeman's friends are tak ing a deep Interest 1 n the outcome for if Recinan wins It is likely that he will National Cafe W. F. WOLLNER, PROP. Home Cooking. Neat and clean. "Once our customeralways our cus tomer." Hecla Street. Laurium. HOW ABOUT your pictures that are getting spoiled for the want of oeinr framed. Now is tho time, housecleanlng will soon cki'c Bring your frimlng tJ our store and hav? them dne right for you will find our se lection of pictures vn-J frames larger than ever. You knnv th?t we do thj best work in enlarging pictures and on pil low tops, etc. W-J make hil chains from you. own hair.. Our work Is highl rt com mended by all that appreciate good work and reasonable price.-?. It will pay you t.i tee us at THE PEIIIIISULA ART STORE 441 Fifth St., Cor. Pine Phone 503 J-1 CALUMET Special Reduction in Prices FOR 30 DAYS Beginning March 1st, and continuing till April 1st we will reduce prices on all classes of work except extracting, from 20 to 30 per cent. $20.00 Plates Sip dti 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 i 111 $15.00 Plates $1000 00 Plates $1QJ) at Other work in proportion. Extracting free when plates are ordered. WE MUST RAISE MONEY Remember we guarantee all work, and our prices are the lowest. PAINLESS METHODS LADY ATTENDANT THE NATIONAL DENTISTS LISA BLOCK SIXTH STREET CALUMET CLASSIFIED ADS lj WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Blacksmith. Apply Calu met Carriage works, Laurlum. x CIGAR SALESMAN In your locality 1100 per month easily made by any person with energy handling our line. Experience unnecessary. Monarch Ci gar Co., St. Louis, Mo. 117 WE PAY $80 a month salary and fur nish rig and all expenses to Intro duce poultry and stock powders; new plan; steady work. Rlglcr Co., X 901, Springfield, Illinois. 117 FOR RENT. FOU RENT Front office rooms, ply Orenstcin Bros., Calumet. Ap X FOR RENT Furnished room, all mod ern conveniences. Schumakcr Blck., Sixth street. x FOR SALE. FOR SALE Carload of fresh milch cows, Sam Mawrence, barn 5th st. FOR SALE Oakland five passenger touring car. Used one season. J. Edw. Shepard. 118 LOST AND FOUND. LOST Between 3rd Bt., . and Sacred Heart church, n ba?k comb, set in turquoise and pearls. Reward If re turned to News office. 113 WANTED. WANTED Lathe, milling machine nnd drill press men. Assemblers, rough-stuff am varnish rubbers and painters. Good wages and steady work. Apply Immediately, Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan. 121 bo matched to meet other wrestlers in this section. The former copper coun try man was a loeal favorite when he resided here before, and it Is not thought that he has lost any of his bklll. Good preliminaries have been ar ranged for the contest nnd a large at tendance is expected. The seat sale o far has been heavy nnd uM seats vn rold will be returned to the Palestra to be disposed of tonight. LAURIUM BREVITIES. A large number of local people are planning trips to the Houghton-Doug-lass falls tomorrow. Two very artistic Easter windows have been arranged at the store of J. Vivian and Co. by Morgan Williams. Several automobiles have made their appearance on the streets of Calumet and Laurium, proclaiming the arrival of spring. A well known Laurlum resident Is making arrangements to start a maple sugar camp on the South Range this spring. Tho demand, for tickets for the dancing party to be given for the benefit of the Lnurlum playground at the Laurlum bank hall, April 8, has been very large. The Ladles' Garment WorVrf Cnlon has decided, to hold Its Inter national convention In Boston next June. VETERINARY 8URGEON. Dr.F.M.McClure VETERINARY SURGEON OFJFICEi McCLURE STABLE Phone 29 NortH 1th Street ARCHITECTS. F. V, HESSENMUELLER ARCHITECT Room 20-21 Calumet, State Bank Bldg, Phont 65 Calumet, Mich. $12.00 Plates SjjjOO Crown and Bridge SCOO Work, per tooth..,.u BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKFR3 AND EMBALMERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EM B AIMER Phone 155 or 379 Calumet. Michigan Undertaking Parlors at the Old Stana , JACOB KALLIO 413 Fifth St, Calumet. Undertaker and Funeral Director. Lady and Gentleman Embalmer. Only lady embalmer In Houghton Co. Phone parlor 9S-1R night and day. Calls plven prompt attention. Thone Reg 8-2R. Harper-Thomas Co. UNDERTAKERS AND EM3ALMERS. Phone 14 Holman Bldg., Catumot, 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. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J. E. EOISY, MUSIC STORES Headquarters ef VICTOR. COLUMBIA and EDISON Talking Machines and Records 320 Mecla St., Laurium. Phone 324 J1. 411 fifth St., Calumet. Phone 503 Jt. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. SGHNELLER, LAWRENCE & M A L N A R Have bestfarrrting and tim ber lands for sale. BAKERIES. CROATIAN-SLOVENIAN BAKERY German Rye and Vienna Crcad, Cakes, rolls and Biscuits. Fancy Cooking to Order. 813 Portland St. Near Freight Depat FLOWERS AND PLANTS. ESTATE A. M. YORK. All choice cut llowers in season. When In need try ours. Correspondence with outside parties who desire first class stock Invited. Send for quotations. Laurlum Rranch: Hancock: Cor. 3rd & Osceola Sts. Quincy St Phone Phone 175 lr. ' COLLEGES. Michigan College of Mines F. W. McNAIR, Presidont. . Located in. the Lake Superior dis trict. Mines and mills accessible for College work. For Tear Rook and Reo ord of Graduates apply to President of Secretanr. HOUGHTON . MICHIGAN MUSIC INSTRUCTION. CONRAD SAGEMILLER. Teacher of viclin, mandolin, piano, cornet and all wind valve Instruments. Prices reasonable Satisfaction guar anteed. Orchestra music furnished for all occasions. 24 Vs Conglomerate St., Centennial Mine. Calumet. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C ALBERT MARSCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. BORGO BLOCK. CALUMET, MICH. PHONE, NORTH 25a r 7 t - i. i Tt , 1 I: .1, .. '1