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SATURDAY, APRIL 30, tQJO.
r o HE CALUMET NEWS. GRAND TRUSTEE CANNOT BE HIRE TOR C. 0. h EVENT Local Speakers Will Appear on Program at St. Anthony's Celebration. CLASSES OF HIGH SCHOOL HAVE BASEBALL SCHEDULE TO BE HELD SUNDAY, MAY 8 Tin officers of St. Anthony' Court Catholic Order of Fori -.tern, of Calu- met. rccived word yostcnlay-th.it .Sraiul Trustee Cannon of .Menominee who was to have been the principal vpeulicr at the celebration of the .ih anniversary of the organization of St Anthony's Court, C. (. 1'., cannot bo present, owing' to other engagements. The celebration will take place one -week from next Sunday, May 8, In the r;rst National bank hall, of Iaiirlura. Invitations have 1ecn extended the Itublxll. I-ke Linden, Hancock and Atlantic brachos of the order to at tend, and these lodges have replied to 1ho effec t that they will be in Calumet In large numbers for-the ceh'bratlon. Among the speakers at the banquet .vhieh It Is proposed to hold In the evening, will "bo Justive Kmil 1. Prince of Like Linden, Dr. Scholler and Dan Holland of Hancock. The celebration will open with Ini tiation work in the wooond cVgroo, there being several candidates who vill take the work. This will likely take up t'ne afternoon session. The l.i nonet will follow. Following the banquet a smoker and smcli I session will 0o held. The pro gram for thl Is heimg prepared now nnd proniises to be an elaborate one. There will be voval and Instrumental music, and -me special features arc to bo Introduced. St. Anthony's Court. C. O. P.. Is one of the strongest fraternal branch es of the onVr In the copper country LIFER MAY BE FREED. In Influential Cooper Country Men terested in Case of Kanaae. Krlek Kansas, a convict at the Mlar queite prison, sent from Houghton county for life seventeen, years ago. for the murder of a physician, Is like ly to obtain a commutation of sen tence ni a result of the Interest that prominent Houghton county men are taking In his case. V. J. Calbralth of Calumet, visited the prison this week to confer with the officials nibout Kangas and to Interview the man himself, says the Marquette Mining Journal. The crime for w hich Kan gas was given a sentence of life Imprisonment was an unusual one. "KangT was one of a number of Finn who Inxvimo In volved In a 1ruwl, following a drunk en rout. In whic h one of the men was stabbed. Kansas went for a physi cian, but the physloi.in refused to ac company him. Kangas Jcft the house, hut returned In a rage and shot the physician lown. Kangas' son Is employed In the cop per country. where ho Is highly thought of an-T ha Interested himself actively In semiring clemency for his father. As he has strong support In hi efforts It Is likely that the board of pardon win bo Induced to commute Kangas' sentence and give him hi liberty on nando. His prison record Is an excellent one. Ho has been Industrious nnd well-behaved during tin entire seventeen years he has been in cnntlncmcnt. 7. Itasebatl has taken a strong hold n the various clussea of the Calumet hlKh school this season und some fast ag gregations are being turned out as the result. For some time past the A freshmen, II sophomores, A sophomores and U Junior classes have been pl.iylng a short series of games among them selves to determine the fastest nine. They have now, however, arranged a schedule, consisting of twelve games to be played Tuesday afternoon, at the Y. M. C. A. park when the fresh man und junior teams will cross bats. A great deal of rivalry exists between these school classes and some interest ing games are looked forward to. It has also been decided by an Interested party to offer a silver cup for the win ning team, upon which will be engrav ed the club's name, Inter-class league and the names of the players making up the nine. Tho various captains of the nines announce that their teams have been practicing hard for the past two weeks and expect to be able to put up some fast and Interesting games, The following is the detailed schedule: A freshmen and II juniors. May 3. II Juniors and II sophomores, May 5. A sophomores und A freshmen. May 10. A sophomores and R Juniors May 15. A freshmen and Ft sophomores May 17. 11 Juniors nnd A freshmen, May 19. A sophomores and H juniors, May 24. II sophoinorei and A sophomores, May '26. A freshmen und A osphomorcs, May 1. R Juniors and A sophomores, June 2. A sophomores and 11 sophomores. June 7. H sophomores and A freshmen, June 9. I power to usMst ti e newly organized Keweenaw Und & dun club which has for Its chief aim the enforcement of the present game and llsh laws and the securing of better legislation where needed. Uev. Harper, jKistor of the Allouea M. R church, will officiate at the wedding this evening of Martin Hip per and Mls M u-.c King, w ho w ill make their home in Ahmeek. The two young people! who arc residents of the New Allouejs locution, are well known. Mr. Ripper Is employed by the Ahmeek Mining company. Calumet Theatre MATINEE and NIGHT (MATINEE 3:45 P. M.) FRIDAY, MAY 6 I LAURIUM I flKS ARE ENTHUSIASTIC OVER COMING CONVENTION Upper Peninsula Lodges of B. P, 0, E. to be Represented at Detroit. WILL WEAR MINERS UNIFORMS TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC. COMMISSIONER ESTILL COMING. Prominent Salvation Army Officer to Visit Calumet Next Month. 'ommlssloiier Thomas K.-till, the Feeond officer of the Salvation Army In the I'nited States, under General Ilooth. will visit three upper penin sula towns next month. Onmmssion cr Kstlll will be in Ishpomlng on Sat urday, Miay 21. and will remain here Sunday. He will be at Iron wood on Monday, the 23rd, going: from lure to Chicago. Commissioner Kstlll will ihe accom panied by r.rlg.idler John T. Flynn, territorial secretary; lieutenant Col onel Stephen M vs jOiall, provincial offi cer for the Dakota.-, Minnesota, Wis consin nnd Michigan, and Major I. Morton, divisional officer of tho Lake Superior district. Contractor Edward FIseth l build ing a new station for the Keweenaw Central road at Phoenix, work having been started upon the structure yesterday. News want ads bring results. State Board of Health Want Pow tf Extended in State. A Lansing ill.-patch says: Knforclng the state quarantine and sanitary laws for the protection of the public J not a very easy task under the present system of local appoint ments of health officers. Whenever there Is nn outbreak of contagious disease in a community the health of ficer immediately Is 1ctwoen two fires, the stato board of health requiring him to enforce certain precautionary measures which often are unpopular, while the local officials who appoint him. urge him not to be exacting In his demands. As a result of numerous Instances of this character the next legislature may be anked to give to tho state lnard of health authority to appoint the ouVors 'or cities, villa "'""""'i". it, v. .,. Miumway, sec retary of Ihe board, favors. tho estab lishment of sn-h system. It I. pointed out that In the n 'renlrgly complex and crowded con ditions of life In tho state there Is n growing necessity for strict enforee- outu oi nycienio ano sanitary regu lation of hyclenle by Ihe strfe liws. If heiltli officer received their ap pointment from the state, ns do dairy, food an,l l.ibo lnsne-tors, It I believ ed much more could be ncvomnlishcd toward stamping out disease In the stale. WILL VISIT OLD HOMES. Merry Kngland is to be Invaded this spring by a party of Its former sons and daughters. Fourteen F.nglish resi dents from Houghton and Keweenaw will leave Sunday owning for the home of their childhood. special car has been chartered In which the journey from Calumet to Now York will be made, after which the party will board tho steamer Adriatic of the White Star lbie for their trip across the Atlanta. Friends of James Thom ns are planning to hold a farewell party In his honor this evening. James Thomas, Sidney Reynolds, J,,hn Paull and Mrs. Ionn!s of Ahmeek will go to Redruth. Reuben Dunn of A1 louez in another of the partv nnd the others are largely from Kearsarge and Tamarack. The sportsmen of Calumet nnd Lnur lum propose to do everything In their Every family and especially those who reside In the country should be provided at nil times with n bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment. There Is no telling when it may be wnnted In case of an accident or emergency. It Is most excellent In all cases of rheuma tism, sprains and bruises. Sold by Eagle Drug Store, Calumet, and Laur- lum rharmacy, Lanrlum. DEAD:-: :-: DOLLARS There is only one safe place for your spare dollar, that is in a GOOD hank i tm Those dollars in ?ori rTn'ea5e DITAP DOLLARS, and DEAD UULLAKb do nobody any ood. Most misers bury their money in the ground, rhisis verv significant, for a buried dollar is just as dead as a buried man. What you want are real live dollars, money that is busy earning money for you and the whole community. That is the kind of money that counts. A Mile Savings Book or a Blue Certificate or deposit at the . irst National Bank of Calumet, may be exchanged for dead dollars and they come to life. First National Bank of Calumet AL. W. MARTIN'S Big Original Uncle Tom's Cabin Band and Orchestra Not a Little Show just for Little Folks, but a Big Show for All tho Folks both Young and Old! Newest Kdltlon of the oldest hit- known to all the world as the best. No parade. Performance on the stage, not on the street. Free Hand Concert twice dally. PRICES. All down stairs 50c First two rows liakoiiy 50c Malcony Circle 35e (Jallery 23c Matinee: 20 and 25c. James T. Fisher and A. W. Kerr of Luutium, the latter candidate for tho republican nomination for tho position of Congressman from the Twelfth Con gressional district, have returned from a tour through a number of the coun- lien In the upper peninsula. Mr. Fish er. who visited a number f lodges of tho II. O. P. E. while away, reports that considerable Interest is being manifested throughout the entire up per peninsula in the national conven tion to bo held In Detroit in July. In terest is also shown in the plan to h ive the mombersof the Elks' lodges In the upper peninsula appear In the parade wealing miner's uniforms. While at tho Soo u representative of the Detroit lodge attended the meet ing of the Elks, urging the members, who propose to attend the convention, to reserve quarters. This representa tive denied the report that all of the quarters had been taken and that ar rangements were being made for cots for the visitors stating that plenty of visitors can still be accommodated In the homes of the members. A delegation of 2.000 members of the Elks' lodges In Tennessee are making arrangements to attend the convention In a body. They will meet at some central point nnd make the trip to De troit in special trains. Had Visit With Osborn. Mr. Fisher also reports visiting for u short time with Chase S. Osborn, can didate for the republican nomination for governor at the Soo. According to Mr. Fisher, Mr. osborn has planned a This Ticket and 10c Will Admit a Scholar under 12 Years old to the Matinee vei v igoious campaign before the prl marles and is veiy optimistic over the .mtc.me of tho election. Regarding tho Osborn sentiment in the upper pen insula. Mr. Fisher Is very enthusiastic and anticipates a landslide for tho Koo man ut tho primaries. Messrs. Fisher and Kerr spent about ten days In Chippewa, Delta. School craft nd Mackinac counties In the ln- ...-.. it ixf ilu Kerr candidacy. Mr. Kerr is opening an aggressive cum paigu In which he expects to visit al most every county In the upper penin sula. TROUT SEASON TO OPEN. Hundreds of Fishermen Will Enjoy Sport at Opening of Season. Hundreds of copper country fisher men will avail themselves of the op portunity to seek out the gamey trout tomorrow. The tlrst day of the open season is awaited wun more unci .. this year than In the past, because of the fact that Indications point to big ger catcnes. in omcr seasons uu streams have invariably been high on the day the law removes Its ban on the fishermen, and the conditions are noi ideal, but this year the early spring has brought about u change. Dealers In fishermen's supplies re port that the demand tins year nas been heavy, Indicating that consider able Interest Is manifested In the open Ing of the season. It Is expected that no less than 200 fishermen from Calu met and Laurlum will go out tomorrow MATCH NEXT SATURDAY. Calumet wrestling fans are walling anxiously for the match to bo conduct d in the Laurlum town hall next Sat nicbiy, May 7, between Charles Salottl of Laurlum and John Southerlund of iessetner. As this Is the first appear nee for these men both are anxious to make good showings. Louis Kroger, tho welterweight wrestler4 who has been In Calumet for several weeks and who appeared last vening In a match us a preliminary to the Doomnn-Collins match at tho Am ihidrome, loaves this afternoon for Chicago. 1 1 V T ' TRADE MARK YEARS of hosiery ex perience qualifies us to speak with au thority on the Hosiery Question. We know all about good bos ery, we know that the "ONYX" brand is good-it is the combined result of Ex periment and Experience brought to the highest point of -orfection. Most hosiery looks alike -tthe small details which mean Perfection are not visible Pe the naked eye The 'ONYX" brand invites instant admiration, because of its beautiful appearance and constant approval, because of its wearing qualities. u THE HEHR THAT- PLEASES" Can be had in Quart and Pint Bottles SCHEUERMANN BREWERY HANCOCK, 3I1CIIIOAN Calumet Branch """" 1L MMMsaVJIMflsilltJlWUBsi lMW Try Some of The "ROLL OF HONOR" Numbers Described Here FOR WOMEN 403K Women's "Onyx," "Dub-L-top," black, white, tan, Hlk, lisle, double sole, spliced heel; feels and looks like silk, wears 'bet- Ci ter, per pair . 4Vv 260F Women's "Onyx," "Dub-L-top," line gauze lisle with w ide gar ter welt, In hlack und col- C ors at, per pair 4jxW i ONYX HOSE FOR MISSES A celebrated stocking made with linen toes nnd heels, a feature which adds one hundred per cent, to the lifo of a hose, strict- ty tZf ly fast black due, a pair Ut SILK HOSE FOR WOMEN No. ICO women's pure threat silk very extraordinary value beet made in America. All colors, blatok. white, tan, gold, blue, wis teria, tango, 'bronze, in fact all ctlorg to match gown or dress. Kvery pair guaran teed, n pair must" figure J IT IIP kS Decide what you want for your home In the way of electric fix tures thin tell it t us. Our largo stock couipr'scs the orna mental and tho plain, tho expen sive, find the moderately priced, but all will made and worth tho money. We have experienced men In our employ who will mako valu ablo suggestions as to room treatment urn aid In the selec tion of. lighting fixtures that will harmonize with your color scheme. Don't forget electric door bells and servants' bells. It's easy to ring for the servant and It saves time. We cun supply you with many devices to mako your homo modern and comfortable. Hosking Electric Co. Phones: Office 33; Resldenca 100 102 Fifth Street Spring Opening Black and Colored Dress Let Calumets "GOOD HOISHRY STORC" supply your needs Iteautlfy your home with a couple of nice pictures. We have an excellent variety of pic tures and frames, such os Tearl hand painted, Hlack and White, Hepla, Car bon and Oil paintings, subjects to se lect from. Frames of nil grades nnd styles, or mouldings to your taste, and we will make the frames. Trices with In reach of nil. It s Interesting to look nt our line, rjlve us a call. It's the place that does all the best wort: In enlarging pictures and framing. THE PENINSULA ART STORE 441 Fifth St., Cor. Pine Phone 503 J-1 CALUMET A series of special revival meetings will be conducted nt the Calumet Faptlst church by Kvangelist A. R Harper during the coming week. Your tongue is coated. Your breath is foul. Headaches come and go. These symptoms show that your stomach Is the trouble. To remove the cause is the first thing, nnd Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that. Fasy to take nnd most effective. Hold by Eagle Drug Ptore, Calumet and Laurlum Pharmacy, Lau rlum. ' . Reding's THE DELINEATOR V- MAY JQIO thi nuTTiiJCK. nmuHwe coMfAxr Ntw rout The May Delineator The gowns that will really bo fash ionuble this Hummer are more charm ing and delightful than ever before. They arc beautifully illustrated and Itilly described In the pages of the May DELINEATOR juat tho Information every woman Is looking for about styles, fabrics, trimmings, embroider ies, hats, etc., etc. It is Impossible to make u satisfac tory selection of a Summer wurdrobe without first reading "The Fashion Authority of the World." There are also pages and pages of tho best reading matter and many helpful homo departments. 15 Cents the Copy $1.00 the year Fabrics of Note Wo show nn exclusive line of Import ed and domestic dress fabrics that li especially meritorious and decidedly strong In fashionable favor Just now. Reding's A. w A R R E N J E W E L R Y C O ft 1 I w I 1 -f A fir r Advantages of a K&H Detachable Handle If you have aKitH Detach able Handle it can be used any number of umbrellas. You don't have to throw away a good handle just because the silk is worn out. You can put the handle in your pocket Then no one will take the umbrella Our New " m m r QUALITY Umbrellas and Canes will iutcrett you becaoit of skillful work tnanshipb clever designs and the most ad vanced ideas ia umbrella construction. Ever K&H umbrella is guaranteed to give satisfactory service. Call and look them over and get a Suggestion Book show, ing umbrellas suitable (or gifts. - w A R R E N J E W E L R Y C O ! CLASSIFIED ADSlj HELP WANTED MALE. WANT1CD Married men to solicit und collect for Prudential Insuranco Co. Salary and commission. Advance ment If successful. Apply K. L. Whlt taker, Kupt., Room 1, Quello Block, Calumet. Mich. tf WANTED Young men to learn auto mobile business by mall and prepare for positions as chauffeurs and repair men. We make you expert In ten weeks; assist you to secure position. Pay big; work pleasant; demand for men great; reasonable; write for par ticulars and sample lesson. Empire Automobile Institute. Rochester, N. Y. 147 BUSINESS CHANCES. STATE MANAGER WANTED Man, capable of earning $5,000 to $10,000 salary, to take charge of big stock selling campaign with sub-agents for trans-contlnentul wireless telephone and telegraph Byslem, now In success ful oiratlon. Splendid proposition. In other states agents are maklg thou sands monthly. Writer averaged $1, 300 per week In commissions first month. Give experience and referen ces. Address ll. v. Leo (personal). Rector Hldg., Chicago. 147 FOR RENT. FOR RENT Front furnished room In Schumaker block. 6th St., Red Jacket. modern conveniences. tf FOR RENT G modern Wood lu nd avc. rooms, 147 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER3 W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EMBALMER Phone 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlor at tha Old Stand JACOB KALLIO 418 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 given prompt attention. Phone Res I8-2R. Harper-Thomas Co. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Phone 14 Holman Bldg., Calumet, Mich. All calls attended to either day or night. We also handle fresh cut flow era for any occasion. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Two lots and one house on Osceola St., Laurlum, between Second and Third St. Apply A. C. Wcldon, 1134 Calumet ave., Calumet. 118 FOR SALE A satin covered purlor suite of 6 pieces, In good condition. No. 707 Portland st. tf Choice strawberry plants $1.C0 per loo. . Jos. Jeffery,' Laurlum. Fhono 331 L-l. 152 WANTED FURNITURE. Parties having stoves or secondhand furniture for sale call ut 431 Fifth St. Phono No. 393 J. A. A. Tillman & Co. tf LAURIUM POSTOFFICE. Receipts Show Increase Each Year for Last Four Years. According to a report Just Issued by Mrs. Nannie Faucett, postmistress of the village of Laurlum, tho receipts of that office during the last four years have Increased each year, and total close to $50,000. The figures given out for the respective years are: Year ending March 31, 1007. . .$10.f.lO.R9 Year ending March 31, 1908... ll,6f3.09 Year ending March 31. 1909... 12.500.CR Year ending March 31, 1910... 13,323.50 J. E. FOISY, MUSIC STORES Headquarters of VICTOR. COLUMBIA and EDISON Talking Machines and Records 320 Hetla St., Laurium. Phone 324 Jl. 441 fifth St., Calumet. Phone 503 Jl. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. SGHNELLER, LAWRENCE & MALNAR Have best farming and tim ber lands for sale. BAKERIES. CROATIAN--SLOVENIAN BAKERY German Rye and Vienna Bread, Cakte, rolls and Biscuits. Fancy Cooking to Order. 813 Portland St. Near Freight Depot. COLLEGES. Total for four years $48,098.20 During the past four years about 300 new lock boxes have been Installed bringing the total number up to 1,100. koi n.u rij.-M Your Postal, 3 for 5c, at "Tho ELECTRIC." opn' Glass J nock. tf Michigan College of Mines F. W. McNAIR, President. Located in the Lake Superior dis trict. Mines nnd mills accessible for College work. For Year Cook and Rec ord of Graduates apply to President or Secretary. HOUGHTON ... ' MICHIOA MUSIC INSTRUCTION. COPPER HARBOR STAGE will meet trnlns at MANDAN EVERY MORNING Sunday Included, for COP. PER HARBOR. .Special trips to af ternoon trains to order. COPPER HARBOR STAGE, Box 101, Mandan, Mich. W. Thurtell THE OPTOMETRIST ha, returned to Calumet and will be glad to welcome his friend. .j ... trons. Office hours 1 to 6 .nd 7 to 8 p. m. in Coppo block, Sixth ltreet, op. poe.t. Vertir, Broe. Eye. tested and Si?";!' 8'ti,f-n guar. nteed. Phone 178 t. ., - wr private CONRAD SAGEMILLER. Teacher of violin, mandolin, plana -rnet and all wind valve Instruments, .'rices reasonable Satisfaction guar anteed. Orchestra music furnished for all occasions. Zi Conglomerate st. Centennial Mine, Calumet. ARCHITECTS. c u ii Hi ncoocmti ARCHITECT Room 20-21 Catumet, State Bank Bldg. Phone o55, Calumet, Mich. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C. ALBERT MARSCH, ATTOHNZY AT LAW. BORGO BLOCK. CALUMET, MICH. PHONE, NORTH 250. calls. Newa- want'aJs brng result,