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SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1910.
THIS OALUMliX NEWS. I I 8 Of Course you will buy HER a a box of HUYLER'S or KEHOE'S Candy for Easter. A fresh lot just received at VASTBINDER & READ'S rilAKMACY The Difference BETWEEN A DOLLAR SAVED AND A DOLLAR SPENT IS JUST Two Dollars it hit occur to you tint waj V Another difference is the fooling you have at'trrwaid. The 1 i r :avcd j,lves you a feeling of rv.i leisure. It may call for :i little bcilcr sacrifice for tho thm- bolaj out MUrvviinl you fd belter fir having denied yourself an J the dollar is etill yours. w That la the nice? thin.T about having money In tlio liank. You have 5 saved it. It Is yours. You can hive it when you wis:;. Fj First National Bank of Laurium A BANK FOR ALL PEOPLE TRIPLE ALLIANCE BOTH WINS' AND LOSES IN COMMON Succeeds in Nominating Candid ates Endorsed With Excep tion of Treasurer. LAMORE WINS BY FIVE VOTES tZtyr: - - V' L -.--J" V hv ' - '! "V. .? Don't Hold Back your orders for IUiilding Mater, ials any longer, the season I line for perfect building condi tion?. anJ th!a stock of Lumber. 13-lek, Litne, Cement, l'lastor, Hair, etc., is the source whence you can draw satisfaction at least cost. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Go. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK I 1 It took eight ballots, two of which were thrown out because more Votes were recorded than delegates present, before William Lanioro was nominated ns candidate for treasurer at last night's township convention, held in tho Washington school hall, over four other candidates. This was the most determined tight of the evening, and the result was received with loud shouts of acclamation on the part of Mr. Laniote's supporters. The other contested offices were thoi of clerk and Justice of the peace. iJcorse Martin defeated the present clerk, C. K. L. Thomas, Zl to 41 votes, en tho first ballot, while ('. O. Jackola, seeking re-election as Justice of the peace secured the nomination on the first ballot over three opponents. The other unices wire tilled without oppo sition. The following Is the complete nomination ticket named last evening; Supervisor James MacXaughton. Clerk Ceorge Martin. Trca h u re r W i 1 1 la m La more. Justice of the peace C. O. Jackola. Member of board of review for 2 years William II. Faucctt. Commissioner of highways Charles Mugford. Overseer of highways Alex Silvola. Constables Charles Johnson and liatlste Tlnnettl of Laurium.' Paul Spchar. lied Jacket, and Thomas Curtis if Wolverine. roui'diiiaster Josiah Heed. 1 ho meeting was called to order by Thomas I. Meads, deputised by James MacXaugl'.ton, chairman of Calumet township. On motion Joseph Wills was elected temporary chairman and Attorney John I). Kerr, secretary. There was a very large attendance of Interested voters in addition to the 92 delegates present. One delegate was absent on roll rail, and voting proceeded without him. .The chHlr named John J. Kills, Jr., I. V. Lakso, Val. Kohn, and Joseph Carlo as tellers, and these were sworn by Notary Public F. 11. Trathen. The following committee was named on credentials: M. Morrison, o. Peter- mann, William J. M ecDonald, Edward I'lscth and Thomas S'dy. A committee on permanent organiza tion and order of business was also named, consisting of Angus W. Kerr, John Waattl, Paul P. Iluehm, James Pichetta. and Cicorge Wright. The lat- Before Buying Your taster perfumes TOI LET WATERS and CANDIES Look over the lines at the ED JACKET PHARMACY 1 Central Hotel Building S Telephone 595 i Nigh! Calls 670-R 3G YEARS IN BUSINESS 3 Merchants and Miners Bank Calumet, Michigan Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 200,000.00 Interest Paid on Deposits Left Six Months liter committee recommended that the temporary officers bo made permanent, and thia was carried. James MacXaughaton was unani mously chosen to represent the town ship as supervisor, it being moved that the secretary cast one ballot for I his election as nominee, j Then came the fight fur the trcasur ership. So Uss than live candidates j appeared in the Held. These were Thomas S. Warren, Joe Simouich, Geo. Fax, William Lamore, and Oliver Itlch- ai ds. I The voting by ballots: 1st ballot Warren, 7; Simonleh, 3!; Fax, II; Lamore, 2S; Itichards, 4. Total, 92. 2nd ballot Warren, 7; Simonidi, 3S; Fax, 13; Lamore, 31; Kichards, 2. To tal, ill. ' 3rd ballot Warren, C; Himonleh, 40; Fax, 11; Lamore, 31; Itkhards dropped out. Total, Dl. 4th ballot Warren, 2; Kiinonlch, 43; Fax, 10; Lamore, 3.". Total, S2. Oth ballot Lamore, 43; Siinonlch, 43; Fax, ii; Warren, 1. Total, 92. Cth ballot Lamore, 47; Simonieh, 42; Fax, 2; Warren, 1. Total. 92. This was followed by the nomination of four candidates for the ofllee of Jus- tire of the peace, only one ballot was required to name the nomination con ciliate, it resulting as follows: C. O. Jackola, 52; John 1?. Curtis, 17; Peter Charrler, 14; F. 15. Trathen, 8. The ticket Is to be known as the nomination ticket. It Is not unlikely that there will be at least one other ticket In tho field to oppose offices n the nomination ticket, but nothing definite has been dene as y t. C. E. I Thoma.4 announced this morning that he would not run. The so-called ' Triple Alliance" both won and lost last night. It was gen crally understood that Messrs. Martin Jackola, Mugford and Silvola were en dorsed by the Alliance, and these men were nominated. Joseph Siinonlch had the support of the Alliance for the treasurershlp, and this was tho only office lost by the combination, nl though it is the most important office from the standpoint of remuneration The precinct chairman for the com Ing year were appointed as follows No. 1. W. E. Daniel; No. 2. Thomas fJoddy; No. 3. Edwin George; No George Wright: No. 5. Charles McLel- land; No. 6, John J. Ellis. Jr.; No. 1 Edward Ulseth; No. 8, John Petite cost; No. 0, Charles Noetel; No. 10, Paul P. Poehm; No. 11, Angus W Kirr; No. 12, Valentine Kohn. Osceola Township Caucus. At the Osceola township convention held last evening at the Tamarnck Social , club's rooms, the following ticket, to be known as the regular nomination ticket, was named: Super visor. W. J. I'ren: clerk. Thomas Sweeney: treasurer. John p. Schulte; commissioner of highways. Charles Klein; overseer of highways. John H SulUvnn; Justice rf the peace, James Dunstan; member of board of review, W. M. Harris; constables, precinct No 1, John T. Shea; No. 2. Dennis Dow ney; No. 3. Thomas Wade; No. 4, Val entine Klein. Inspectors of election, precinct No. 3. W. J. Anderson, A. E. Vogelin and John Dingle; No. 4. Chas. E. Howe, Thomas Edwards. J. C. Kll- man. There was no opposition ior any office. BRICK COMPANY ELECTS ITS DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS At a meeting of tho stockholders of the Northern Michigan Prick and Tile compuny, held In the company's offices In Laurium, Thursday afternoon, the following directors were elected: M. Van Orden, Houghton; Sheriff James J. Pyers, Houghton; W. j. Reynold., Laurium; Frank Hildcbram. Hough ton; II. F. Chynoweth, Houghton; E. A. Keuvie of St. Ignace, and V. l'el- Supt. Rusden reported to the com- The directors met yesterday In the otllces of M. Van orden of Houghton, for the purpose of naming oflicers for the ensuing year. They are as fol lows: ' President M. Van Orden. Vice president Jair.rs J. Pyers. Secretary W. T. Pelrruar. Treasurer and manager S. A. Rea vle. . ' . irear, Houghton. i puny that n soon ns weathr condi tions warrant It, the plant will go Into operation. All of the machinery Is In place, and with the ground In the vic inity of the' plant free of frost, the ex cavations ; for clay and the making of bric k w 11 1 1 be started At once. The company iexpocts to clear a profit tho flrFt year of actual working. late Savings Bank Laurium Michigan. ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1897 GRAND THEATER PROGRAM. The management of the Grand thea ter announced an especially fine pro gram for tonight and tomorrow. The feature film Is "Paid In Full" the pic tures of the original presentation of this play. : Another ' very Interesting film to be shown Is, "The Englishman and the Girl" a biograph feature. Two Illustrated songs will be sung by Aud Cruster, and other pictures will be shown. Manager Rice of the Grand will open a house at Mohawk today, the first program being a very Interesting one. The program will be .given In the Fin nish hall. HARVEY CORNfLUR ROUS PERFECT ROWLING SCORE First Copper Country Man to At tain the Goal All Bowlers Strive For. TWELVE STRAIGHT STRIKES For Your Baby's Comfosi: Harvey Cornelicr. manager of th ? Eagle Drus store of Calumet la one of the happiest men in Calumet tod a v. Harvey is captain of tho Red Jacket Elks bowling team, and last evening he attained the goal to which all bowlers strive, a perfect score. The score was made on the Elk's alleys, and It Is the first time any copper country bowler has made twelve strikes" or a score of 300 In any on 3 game. Previous to tins time tnc local record has been held Jointly by J. A. Minncar Laurium and Prank Novak of Calumet, these bowlers havim; made 258. Nowak's score was made one year ago on the Y. M. C. A. alleys. and that of Mr. MInnear a few weeks ago on the alleys of the Calumet cluh. George Dalglo vtcently made 237 on the Y. M. C. A. alleys. Cornelicr participated In 23 games esterday, his average for tho day be ing 17S 9-25. Some of the good scores he made previous to the record score ore: 233, 232, 249, 214 and 202. It Is estimated that in the 23 games play ed, Cornelicr rolled over 4 tons of balls down the alley. As the Elks' alleys are regulation In every way, It Is thought that the mark will bo recog nized by the American Rowling Con-gress. To make a perfect score, it Is nec- ssary for a bowler to make "strikes" in each inning or "frame" of tho game and with two extra balls. Everyone hi has bowled realizes that this is a difficult feat to accomplish, nnd It mav e stated that the perfect score has ecu made but a few timog in tho en tice country. DIES OF TYPHOID FEVER. Typhoid fever claimed Matt Plelto this morning, the decedent nasslntr iway after a short Illness. He was ed 26 years and unmarried, nnd Is survived by two brothers nnd two sis ters In this country, two of whom are residents of Minnesota. Until these nre heard from funeral arrangements III not be made. Miss Rose Mulligan Is home from arcim tte, where she has been attend- lg school. Mrs. W. S. Uren, who underwent an perntion at the C. & II. hospital re- ently, has recovered sufficiently to be moved to her home on Calumet ave nue. Misses Illldrgarde Strnnberg, Mayme Doyle and Sophia FrUne dlt are home from Marquette to spend the olldays with relatives. Attorney C. Albert Marsch has gone to Chicago on business. CARD OF THANKS. I desire to thaVik the many kind friends and neighbors who assisted nie in the late sad bereavement, the death of my brother John. Especially do I thank the choir and those who sent the beautiful floral offerings. 117 Chas. Walgren. CARD OF THANKS. I wish to express my slne-ere thanks to the Delegates of the Convention for the interest and support In giving me the nomination of Tow;nshlp Clerk for Calumet Township. Owing to lllnes." I was unable to be present at the Convention. Soliciting the same hearty support and good will at the polls, and assuring all that If ele cted I will fill the duties of the office to tho best of my ability, I remain. Yours very truly, 117 GEORGE MARTIN. Yoiir next Smile All done In ton minutes. Your photo on postal. 3 for 25c. 20th Century Studio, Opp. 1st Na tional Rank. X The Typhooif Capital Surplus Fund $75,000.00 5100,000.00 OFFICERS JOHNSON VIVIAN President WM. H. THIELMAN, Vice-President JAMES T. FISHER Cashier EDWARD P. BAST. Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS 1 Johnson Vivian Wm H. Thiclman WASHING M'ACri.HNtl Makes washing clay easy. Rapid and easy to work. Will CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank tho many kind friends and neighbors who asststed us in our late sael bereavement, the death of our beloved Nanny, especially do we thank those- who sent the beautiful floral offerings. 117 Mis, Hilda and F. W. Kauppi. CARD OF THANKS. I wish to express my sincere thanks to the delegates of the Convention for the interest and support In giving me the Nomination of Commissioner of Highways for Calumet Township and earnestly solicit the support of the voters on election day. 117 CHARLES MUGFORD. Wc offer for sale one of the most modern homes on Pc waublc street, Laurium. Will se ll with one or two lots.. If you aro Interested .in buying a home wc would be pleased to have you talk to us Faucett Bros. & Guck. An extensive line eif the best and most Improved Go-eiiit able. Surely the best baby In Calumet deserves the best t You will find exactly what you want here. I'loeur. in-i!i)'f. 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