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SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Take a day off (Jo to VASTi:l.Mi:it & READ'S Pharmacy, buy u FlSHlNO OFT FIT. then take the Keweenaw Central train at o'clock in the morning and return In the evening, tired, but HAl'l'Y with a basketful of trout. VASTBINDER & READ'S I'lshliirf tiu'kle tliat "lit fur Ll.lilng." "Fishinfi Tackle that's Fit for Fishing" WfSIERMAN IIONORfD AT BIG Y. M. C. I CONVENTION Calumet Man is Elected President of Employed Officers Association. NEW ORGANIZATION FORMED CHURCH SERVICES TO BE AS USUAL IN THIS CITY 7 i UUL ARE THE MAN ! ! ! ! Who should provide the jt-Il" and those dependent old age necessities and comforts for your iion you. Success or failure In this usually depends upon the way you care for your income during the productive period e-f life. A iheck account at a Home bunk promotes thrif and economy and la the safe plan to use. WE SHALL. RE CLAD TO HAVE YOU MAKE I'SE OF THE FACILITIES AND C . VEN'IENCEM FURNISHED RY THE FirstNational Bankof Laurium Capital $109,000 Surplus and Prof it s $30,000 to Crack the building job under- ithout our quality of mater. k, lime, cement, plaster. KLk. -:- K; 'Z-'Ls etc., or our semnq; uuu 10 w.e vaiue ' invT-ve t'f every stru 'lire, and our prices . . -. " utiim" ....i .1,1:. .ii... t ,.vh..m c i- ... illlll llilllil) eApeum- ii.- i."Miii'-u nd minimize its cost. COPYRIGHT &m :::::: Arrastrong-Thielman Lumber Go. HUEiBELL CALUMET HANCOCK G-orge I). WYstcrman, secretary of the Calumet V. At. C. A., wan honored at the state convention of the Y. Al. C. . workers held in Detroit this week. Air. Wcsterman wan named president of the employed officers' association. an organization which was perfected nt the meeting. The complete list of officer of the employed officers' asso ciation are: President. C!eorge D. Westerman, Calumet; vice president. O. I-. Field, Grand Rapids ; secretary, II. V. Russell, Detroit; treasurer, How nrd II. Hubhell. Charlotte. The officers elected for the state as sociation are: President, R. AL Sugg, Detroit; and secretary, U. S. Duncan, Ann Arbor. One of the most Important features of the convention was the decision reached to raise $200,000 for the estab lishment of 100 Y. Af. C. A. branches throughout the state. It Is expected that 'each branch of the association will do its part toward raising this amount. Gymnasium Exhibition Good. Last night's gymnastic exhibition nt the Y. AI. C. A. was witnessed bv a large number of spectators hibitton was without doubt the best that has yet been held and was taken part in by practically every branch of the associations' athletic department. The exhibition bv the first aid to the injured class was especially Interest ing, while the work of the classes In the several feature exhibitions was of a high order. Noted Swimmer i Coming. Arrangements have been completed by the Y, AI. C. A. for the appearance in Calumet from Alay 30 to June 4 In clusive, of G. H. Corsan. the noted swimming instructor. While here Air. Corsan will give swimming lessons dally, both afternoon and evening, to the members of the association and others who care to take the lessons. The annual meeting of the associa tion members will be held Alonday eve ning, nt which time four directors will be elected for the ensuing year nnd no tion will be taken upon the proposed amendment to the constitution provid ing for an increase in the directorate of three members. Special revival services will bo com inenced by Evangelist A. R. Harper and wife at the Calumet Rapt 1st church Sunday morning. The meetings will continue for ut least two weeks, and It I expected that they will be produc tive of good results. At the Luurium Al. E. church. Rev. W. AI. Wurd has selected for his morn ing theme, "The Faith of Intelligence," and for the evening, "The Sin of the Ttuigue." The usual services will be conducted by Rev. Alandus Rarrett who returned this week from Sioux City. Iowa, where he was called because of the illness of n brother, at the Red Jacket Congrega tlonal church tomorrow morning und evening. Rev. E. Sedweek, has selected for his theme of his morning sermon nt the Calumet AI. E. church, "The Church's Alissiou" und for the evcnlne "Ameri can Citizenship." Regular services will be conducted at the Osceola and Rnston AL E. churc hes tomorrow morning and even- In ff. A reception of new members will be the feature of the morning services at the Tamarack AL E. c hurch, and In the evening Rev. AlcCune will preuch on "Solomon's Choice." Christian Usefulness" Is the subject selected by Rev. D. D. Stalker for his morning sermon at the First Presby terian cnurch nnd In the evening, Keeping the Heart" is the subject se lected. - Al tne . Culumet Conrrcirjitlonni JAMES HICIIEAIS PASSES AWAY: WELL KNOWN HERE r Calumet High School Student and . Census Taker is Victim of Brief Illness. DEATH GENERALLY REGRETTED The ex- church Rev. L. K, the SUCCESSORS TO PARKHOUSE AND WIFE ARE ANNOUNCED Adjt, litlll t c Tln-mas Parkhouse of the Cal rps of th- Salvation Army and and tomorrow is expected that they will be very suc cessful in their Calumet work. Alajor r. Morton of Minneapolis, in charge of the Lake Superior division of tin- army, arrived in Calumet today and will conduct the meetings this evening It is thought that they wile, who some time ago received or (i. rs to farewell, expect to leave this e;ty l.ext Wednesday. Adjt. ParkhollSo and wife have leeii assigned to the Superior. Wis., corps, l'.otli are very thankful to their many friends for tie :r treatment in thi t it y and leave with rcuret. Advices recehed today iiidie.tte that Enign Mrs. Simmons and luo daii-hiers, one a captain and the other a cadet will come to Calumet from Elgin, 111., where they have been nj"ing a furlough, to take charge of the Calumet corps. These new offi cers have considerable experience, they having hi en in charge of the corps at les Moines. Iowa, until recently. Jt will he very interesting. Are you in need of any manicuring, facial massag", shampooing, treatment of scalp, electrolysis or chiropody, if so give us a call. Work done for both ladies mil gentlemen. R. AI. Raker, Hairdresser. 103 Fifth street. Phone 4C3. 147 SPECIAL RATES ANNOUNCED. In connection with the Laymen's AlissionAVy national conference at Chi cago Alay 5 and 6 the South Shore road la offering a round trip rate of a fare and one-half. O. 1). Wester mann. who has been visiting In Chicago nnd De troit during the past few days, has re served six seats for local laymen at tne national convention's bampiet, be held the evening of Alay 5. to GOES TO IRON MOUNTAIN. High mas was celebrated this morning at St. Anne's French church in connection with the week's mission which Is being conduttel by the Do mlican fathers. The mission will come to a close tomorrow evening. It has been very successful. or the n CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THE Merchants and Miners Bank I At CIoma of Business March 29, 1910 RESOURCES Loans. Alortgages and Securities $1,541,996.80 Overdrafts 34.59 Furniture and Fixtures 6,000.00 Cash on hand and In Ranks 904,396.53 J2.452.427.92 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 150,000.00 Surplus Fund 150,000.00 T'ndividod Profits 61.930.82 Deposits 2,090.497.10 $2,452,427.92 Rev, Isaac Wilcox, pastor cf the Centennial AI. E. church, left yesterday for Iron Alountain where he will as sist In the anniversary services which are to W codu?ted tomorrow. Rev. vi:eox will deliver both sermons i- V. Smith will have charge of the morning services at the Centennial AL E. 'church and Thomas Iiottre l will conduct the evening service. Rev. L. K. Long, pastor of the Calumet Con gregational church will conduct Sun day school services at Phoenix, Sun day afternoon. Dr. Walsh, Wolverine, Wt last night accompanied by his mother, for St. Ig tiace. After vbitlng there for a few clays Dr. Walsh will go to Nashville. Tenn., where he has secured an ap- We onrry a full line of E. Rurnham's cosmetics and toilet articles, at AIlss R. AL Raker's, 105 Fifth street. 147 - . ,M,,f. ,,, jircacn in morning: on the subject. "From Above" and in the evening, "Some Hnefits of the Church." The services at the Kearsarge AL E. churc h will be In charge of Rev. Polk inghorne who will preach In the morn ing on, "God'g Council, Our Oulde" Seeking Jesus" is the subject selectc f for the sermon in the evening:. STAGE TO COPPER HARBOR. Charles T. Davit Arannes Service for Pleasure Seekers. C-a T. Davis of Copper Har bor 1 j made arrangements to run a stage from Alandan to Copper Harbor each day, commencing tomorrow nnd it is thought that' the iservlce will prove a big convenience to the resi dents of this section who desire to vis it this pretty summer resort. The stage will mew every morning train including those on Sunday, at Alan dan, providing- an easy method of transportation to Copper Harbor. Copper Harbor promises to prove very popular as a sumer resort this sunuiier as u timber of Calumet par ties have already arranged to camp there. The, Keweenaw Central trains run to Alanda.n eyry day. nnd with a good stage connection, Copjkt Har bor will be much more easily reached than has been possible- before. WILL INSTALL METERS. Sewer and Plumbing Inspector John Stetter, of Laurium, plans , to com-mer'.-e work ne xt week upon the in stallation of the last consignment of fifty meters received by tho village. It Is expected that the entire number will the installed In a little over one week, placing a total number of 50S meters in service. It Is estimated that not leyn than 1,700 meters will be required to supply every consum er In the village1, and the council be lieves It will be possible to complete this work during tho coming summer. Cottrrkd Carbon, wife and two children, lc-rt last evening for Spok ane, Wash., where the will nvke their future home. The People's Alotor Co. will run their cars to the cemetery tomorrow, Sun day afternoon, every half hour from 1 o'clock to 6. 1 We do children's hair cutting nt Miss R. AL Raker's, Hairdresser, 105 Fifth street. Phone 463. 17 2925u5i J late Savings Bank Laurium Michigan. ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1897 Capital Surplus Fund $75,000.00 $100,000.00 OFFICERS JOHNSON VIVIAN JAMES T. FISHER President Cashier WM. H. THIELMAN EDWARD P. BAST, Vice-President Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Johnson Vivian Wm. H. Thielman F. S. Carlton Jas. A. Torreano Jas. T. Fisher J. P. Petcrmann Jas. MacNaughton When you start housekeeping You will need something in this list. Call us up and we will de liver just what you want. Furniture Polish. Floor Paint. Plata Moulding. Sash Rods. Curtain Poles. Carpet Paper. Stair Pads. Step Ladders. Window Shades. Picture Hooks. Drawer Knobs. Caster. Jap-a-Lac. Picture Wire. Carpet Sweepers. Chair Seats. Dooi' Mats, Clothes Hampers. Pols Fixtures. Curtain Rings. Floor Varnishes. Ironing Boards. Wash Machines. Carpet Beaters. Paint and Varnish Brushes. Enamels. Have you tried KALKOMO? The Sanitary Wall Finish Comes in all tints. The S. Olson Estate Furniture Phone Ut Undertaking The funeral of James Michaels, wnoj passed away last evening at the home , of his parents, No. 247 Rockland street, Calumet, will take place Alonday after- j noon, with services at the Calumet AL E. church at 2:30 o'clock, and inter- J nient in Lake View cemetery. Rev. E. Sedweck, pastor of the church, will officiate. j The decedent was aged 20 years, and i was born and raised In this commun- 1 Ity. where he has hosts of friends who will sincerely mourn his death. I While taking the census in Florida ' location, he suddenly became seriously j III and was removed to his home, w here he gradually became worse until death j claimed him. I He was a member of the junior class l of the Calumet high school and was considered a very bright pupil. Active In church and Y. AL C. A. work, the late Air. Michaels, previous to his ill ness, was In charge of the boys' class at the Y. AI. C. A., and was secretary of the Epworth league, also assistant secretary of the Calumet AI. E. Sun day school. He Is survived by his parents, and a brother Albert and sister Alyrtle. It Is expected that the Calumet high school will be closed Alonday after noon so that the students may attend the funernl. John Schultz Dead. John Schultz. aged 2S. died at his home In North Tamarack late Thurs day evening, tuberculosis being the cause. A widow- in this countrv nnd several brothers and sisters In Europe survive the decedent. The funeral will he held tomorrow afternoon with ser vices at St. Joseph's Slovenian church on Eighth street, and interment In Lake View cemetery. Long Wearing Linoleums No floor covering manufactured is equal to our long wearing IJnoleuin as h sanitary, satisfactory, noiseless, easy.to. keep-clean floor ovciing for Dining Rooms, Kitchens, Rath Rooms, etc. R will wear for years if properly tukesn care of und our prices aro low for tho best goods. We have Linoleum in two yards wide. .Many differ ent patterns to select from ut, per square yard, BEST $1150 INLAID Hi Ml BEST PRINTED 681 LOCAL BREVITIES. is Sam floldsmith cf Philadelphia visiting his parents on Scott street. Neil Clancy, a director cf the Santa Rosalia Alining company, left for his home In Detroit yesterday afternoon. after spending a week In Calumet. The following births were reported o Township Clerk Oeorge Afartln this ninrning: Daughter, to Alatt Aliner- Irdi; sons, to William Strom, Paul Lind. Oscar Frlskey nnd John Jacob Pokkoren. The funeral of tho one-month-old child of Thomas Jame.n Rowe of Tam arack No. 5, took place yesterday af ternoon. Rev, J. AlcCune of the Tnm eraek AL E. officiating . Tho child oi d Thursday. To date n total of 60 births nnd 2(5 deaths have been reported to Town- Wo will be glad to hov yo.i our line. Canvas at 33c per yd. RUj Border 35c. the prices quoted we lay tho Linoleum on your floor. ASK ABOUT OUR EASV PAYMENT PLAN IF YOU ARE SHORT OF CASH At .K FISH LINES V.L SILK The most complete and up to date stock of Fishing Tackle in the country now on exhibition here. m I HI Try the "CI I ICO" a full finished photo, beautifully mounted, 3 for 50e, at "THE ELECTRIC." odd. Glass Rlock. tf FLOUR Bargains 2414 Parisian, paper Back 7f 49 Ceresota cloth sack... 98 Ceresota, cloth sack.., Marvel Flour same Fully Guaranteed. us $1.50 3.00 Ceresota. THE Ryckman Store COMPANY Phone 565 LAURIUM ship Clerk George Martin. The death rate for the month is sllghly alnive tho average, while the birth rate is below. Mrs. Arthur Knecjone and son. will leave shortly for APinlstee. this state to join Mr, Kneebone. Allchael Cain ha purchased en In terest in the Cuibert Monument Co., which will be known In the future un der the firm name of Culvert and Cain. The company's offices are on Oak street, opposite the Shea livery barn. Reibert Hall of T"nrium Is visiting In A'cnomiru'c on l.j.slnesH, Durlu? the absin-o of Alarshal James Wills, Wiitchman John Glllis Is entite for the duties of this position. RepnLs aie being made on Ib-d Jacket road, which wil bo very much appreciated by those who ha.ve occa sion to v this thetroughfure. Tr e regular meeting of the Laurium councill will be held next Tuesday evening when Important business will come up for consideration. Ol 1 We give our customers Policies Guaranteed by the strongest companies cor rect forms cheapest rates. We protect and represent the people who buy our Insurance. Faucett Bros. & Guck Insurance Since 1892 Detachable Hose Reels Electric Garden Hose reels the hoso pulls ff in any direction while the With , these water runs. Attached and detached livstan'.ly and revolves on the faucet. GARDEN HOSE Electric Hose won't kink, twlt. unwrap, split.- crack or burst, and will last several seasons. Four Hundred Pound internal water test pressure applied to each pi, -co before it leaves the factory. Other reliable makes of the hose are: Equality. Cyclone, Red Fnvorlte, Guarantee, Favorite, Standard, Cotton Hose. Ensign, Commodore, Admiral. "V4 and sizes varying In price from 7c to 23c per foot. Lawn-mowers, lawn sprinklers, lawn rakes, pozzies, etc. CARLTON HARDWARE CO. TELEPHONE 164 Curtain Draperies We carry a LARGE ASSORT- mhini ol Curtain Draperies in DIFFERENT STYLES and LATEST EFFECTS, up to 54 inches wide, at SPECIAL 36 inch Colored Muslin Draper- iesat 15c per yd. Figured reversible scrim at 23c per yd. 15c to 1.15 Per yd. Filth Street P. RUPPE & 'SONS Bed Jacket