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MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1910.
s THE CALUMET NEWS. n i i i I ii OLD STRAW HAT ado to l"k like now with TrilrWc STRAW HAT CLEANER no TKori;u:--xo muss Ju-t n few minute time and a little tube of F.l,KAY'S Straw H it CU'.in. r. 2 tubes in a box for 10c, at VASTBINDER & READ'S I . (THE RKXALL STORM) I $ ! 1 8 1) years ; i . ir s ; $ 1 J 1 'J ; s v.-ir-i (::''. 7 :irs ti years .'. t .. I .- ----r 3 y ;ir.i i-1 v.-i :. 1 f l year ; Two Dollars a Week Deposited with the First National Bank of 'Laurium at 3 per cent, interest (compounded semi-annually) wil amount to $1,233.70 at the end of ten years. ONE DOLLAR WILL START AN ACCOUNT. First National Bank of Laurium A BANK FOR ALL PEOPLE JL THE WAY IT'S DONE A wli'-le lot depends in the manufactui e of lumber on tho way it'.- d'Uic . We kn,v all about our lumber mills, their dry hou . their tare in the s. W cik n f timber. Then, too, we kn.w a lot about handling, j-torin?. pricing", and delivering of tho tinUled article. Tint's why you'll buy widely if yon buy 1: re. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBEELL CALUMET HANCOCK i st ts r N WE DELIVER THE GOODS AND WE HAVE THE '!,." VI 1 J HARD AND SOFT GOAL AND WOOD dward Ulseth TELEPHONE 7-1R iThTBS! ill 'lit 't2tMt&52SS!mSjmiakm Merchants and Miners Bank CALUMET, MICH. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 200,000.00 Officers CHARLFS jmiGOS, President. PKTF'.n RUPPR, Vice President. V. 15. ANDERSON', V. P. nnd Mgr. STKPHF.N PAULL, Cashier. J. D. JAMES, Ass't Cashier. WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. SMALL DEPOSITS ACCEPTED. MINERS NAME COMMITTEES FOR ANNUAL PICNIC JULY 30 Employes of C. & H. Company Make Preliminary Arrange ments for Event MINER INSTANTLY MLLED IN THE RED JACKET SHAFT BUTTE DRILL TEAM COMING The miner employed by the O. & H. milling coiniiany gathered ut the Red Jacket town hall Saturday afternoon to make preliminary arrangements for iheir fourth annual pkmie. It wa-. de cided that this event would be held at the C. & II. park. July 30. It u.t also dft lded to offer a prize of a diamond ring, for the young lady w ho m named, by vrular vote, "queen" of that event The question of bringing at team of P.ultf miners to Calumet to take part in the hammer and drill contest, which l to be made one of the features of the picnic, wa dlcusxed. and com munications will be pent to Putte, In viting that camp to send it8 strongest team here, to compete for the world's championship in that event. The following officers und commi. tles were named Saturday afternoon to make arrangements for the pl.nlv". Chairman "W. H. Thomas, Secretary It. II. Williams. Tr ea . u r er P n n 1 s MVCn r t h y. Assistant secretary W". Pedlar. Fruit Commltte I'. James and K. Anderson. Refreshment committee D. Centlnl no. O. Via u la. and W'. Fleming. Sports' committee d Mitchell, S. Johns, and Q. 'McCarthy. Ribbon committee P. Cambello and Oscar Ope. Soliciting committee W. H. Thorn is M. Murphy and P. II. Williams'. Rand committee N. YvThite, I'. An derson and J. Perg. Committee on Autos J. Parrett. Orand Marshal J. Rnglanil. AldfS '. W'eekes and J. Ileaton. Iance committee M. 'Murphy, S. J. Trevarthen and l:in Sullivan. Another meeting of the committees will bo bebl Saturday afternoon. June 2.", at which time progress will be reported. ALUMNI PARTY TONIGHT. John I.uotalncn. a miner, nged 43, was Instantly killed about 9:30 a. m. today, through a fall of overhanging rock ut the 6th level of the Red Jacket shaft branch of the C. & 11. mine. Tho man was released as soon as possible from the mass of rock which had fallen on him, but life was found to be ex tinct. The unfortunate miner, who resided en a small farm' just back of the Cen tennial Heights location. Is survived by a wife and seven children. Arrange ments for the funeral will be complet ed this afternoon. . Coroner Fisher was notified of tho accident about roon, and Impaneled a jury. The inquest will be held some time this afternoon. Reception to be Tendered Graduating Class of Calumet H'g'i School. No formal Invitations have been Is sued to the reception, which Is to be given by tho alumni of the Calumet Hlull M'llDllt to tho niitnilinr. rf thai class of 1910 at tht Kk-ctrie park thlvj evening? All graduates of the school, whether members of the alumni asso ciation or not are urged to attend and an. promised a gxd time. The arrangements for this event have been In the hands of a convmit tep consisting of Misses iMarlon KIII mar and Ethel Rennet t, Harry Paul, Ocorge Fuller and Arthur (Jrihhle. The C. & H. orchestra hns been engaged to furnish music for dancing and a fine progrram has been prepared. Light refreshments will be .served at the park. Special street cars will leave Calumet at 8 o'clock for the conve nience of those who attend and lanc Ing will commence at 8.30 o'clock. OHILLIPSVILLE (S READY. Phlllipsvllle has ibeen platted, nil the grading has been completed, and all f the streets and ro:idn are practi cally built. Tt Is expected that the rectlon of at least six residences will b started tliero this weelc. The vlllngo I situated Jut west of Renova .between the county road and he street ratlray. Roth the Kenr- arge and Alloucz mines ore In close vicinity, and it Is expected that there will 1)0 a T;lg demand for lots. Phlllipsvllle Is composed of eight blocks, with 200 desirable lots. There are woven streets, known as North. South, and Center streets, and First. Second. Thlr:'. nnd Fourth trcets. It U expetJ that the new village will meet a long-felt want In that vicinity as a residential district. State S avm gs Bank Laurium Michigan. ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1897 Capital Surplus Fund $75,000.00 $100,000.00 LOCAL BREVITIES. Miss Helen Pyniook has returned from Chicago, where she has been vis iting. Miss Florence Matthews of Iron Mountain la visiting with Centennial relatives. Jame O'Connors of the local ofllces of Palne-W'wbber & Co., has gone to Detroit on a visit. Miss KUen Roberts of Sixth street has gone to LAnse to spend a short time with relatives. Miss M. Sehmolzcr Is home from the Northwestern university, where ahe has been studying Mrs. Douglass of the C. & II. library staff, returned this morning from a short visit to L'Anse. . A. Rounavaara has returned to Ann Arbor, after upending a few weeks In Calumet visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 'MacLoan will have Wednesday evening for a visit to their old homo In Scotland. Joseph O. Paull and family have left for Orass Valley, Calif., where they ill make their future home. Ir. and 'Mrs. Harry Curtis have re turned to their home at Ishpemlng af ter spending a few days In Calumet. Frank Reard of the J. A. Mlnnear & Co.'s Red Jacket offices, left this morning for lronwood, where he will visit for a week. 'Mjs. J. Ounn nnd daughter have re turned to tHolr home at Toronto, after visiting for isome.time with local rel atives. Marvin Osborne has " returned to Putte. Moiit., after noc-omivinylng the remains of his '.son, tho late Howard 0:--horn to Calumet for Interment. Jerry Foley of Renova, ' Pa., brother of Mrs. Kd. Mei z,'. has returned home after rpcndirig n couple of weeks in Calumet. ' ' George Jacka nnd John P. Curtis will leave today for Marquette where they will attend th U. S. court, us grand traverse Jurymen. f James MacClure nnd Wife nnd Oeo. Jacka and wife liave returned from Copper Harbor, where they spent the past three days at Mr. McClure's sum mer cottage. William F.rlckson. of the Yellow Jacket location, has been taken to the county hospital suffering from small pox. Frlckson came Siero quite re cently from Putte. A party of 40 Calumet people most ly composed of families of local miners who have gone to Lead, S. D., left here Saturday afternoon over the Northwestern road, to Join their hus bands. The trip was made In the spe cial Northwestern tourist sleeper. Gordon R. Campbell, grand Junior warden and Charles L. Noetzel. of Wolverine, left this morning for Ray City, where they will attend the grand commandery session of the Knights Templar. They were accompanied by Kd. O. Rashleigtr of Palestine com mandery, Houghton. OFFICERS J' HMSON VIVIAN JAMES T. FISHER President Cashier WiM. H. THIELMAN EDWARD P. BAST, Vice-President Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Johnson Vivian Wm. H. Thielman F. S. Carlton Jas. A. Torreano Jas. T. Fisncr J. P. Pctermann Jas. MacNauchton flsnooi BETTER Vfe BUILT THAN I AjZ?T) NOT HAIR VrV STUFFED JMflSS Price in Art Ticks - - - We show a splendid line of cheap and me dium priced felt mattreses $7 to $13 The S. Olson Estate Furniture PhotlC Ut Undertaking JUSTICE REPORTS FOR IAST MONTH SHOW LESS CRIME May Statements of Cases Hand led During May Given Out by Prosecutor MANY MINOR CASES HANDLED The monthly reports of the several justices of the peace for Houghton county for the month of May have been received by Prosecuting Attorney W. J. MacDonald. They show a di minution In crime over that of the month of April, especially In tho mat ter of state offences. The reports follow: Justice Armlt No. of cases. 14; of which 5 were drunk and disorderly; 3 noise and disturbance; 2 assault and battery, and 1 each of slander, neglect of child, nonsupport, and allowing wo men to tend bar. Justice C. R. Little No. of cases, 16; of which 8 were drunk nnd disorderly; 2 for assault and battery; 2 for vio lating school laws; and 1 each for vagrancy, using profane language, pet ty larceny, and willful destruction of property. Justice C. O. Jackola No. of cases, 9; 2 for vagrancy, and the remainder robbery, bastardy, defrauding a bonrd Ing house keeper, using Indecent lan guage, keeping gambling house, cruel ty to animals, nnd malicious damage to dwelling house. Justice Lnwrence L. Croze No. of cases. 9. all for drunk nnd disorderly. Justice C. O. Olivier No. of cases. 17; of which 2 were for fast driving; 3 for violation of fish laws; 3 for assault nnd battery; 2 for nonsupport; 2 for larceny; and one each for careless use of firearms, violation of game laws, cruelty to animals, slander and drunk enness. Justice M. L. Funkoy 2 cases, non support nnd threatening nnd disturb ing the peace. Justice John McCarthy 1 case, ped dling on foot without a peddler's li cense. Justice William Fisher 11 cases; of which 2 were for assault and battery, and one each for disorderly person, disorderly person (second offense), nonsupport, assault, with Intent to kill and murder, drunkenness, unlaw fully Betting forest fires, forgery, em bezzlement, and desertion and abandonment. PYTHIAN SISTERS MEET. Copper Country Ladiea Attend Dis trict Convention at Manistique. The Upper Peninsula district con vention of Pythian Sisters, held a meeting in the local K. or P. hall WVd resday of this week. Bays the Manis tique Pioneer Tribune. The following delegates were pres ent: Calumet, 'Mrs. E. A. .Moe. Hancock, Mrs. Crawford. Houghton, (Mrs. Gibson. Fscanalja, Mrs. Olson. Soo, Mrs. Frank T. McArthur. Aside from tho delegates, the fol lowing visiting ladles attended: Miss Ritchie of Calumet and Mrs. Rich of Hancock; and iMrs. W J. Knorr and 'Mrs. R Dougherty of Rscanaba. Mrs. Knorr Is Grand Protector of the upjkt peninsula and contemplates reviving an Interest In the ladies auxiliary of tho Pythian order. She met with much encouragement during the week and will return .shortly to push the work. Mrs. Mae Hotton, Tast Guard Chief of the State of Michigan, presided over tho work. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the members of the Salvation Army, all those who gave floral offerings. Dr. C. W. Yarrlngton, and kind friends nnd neighbors, who In any way helped to lighten our sorrow In the loss of our beloved son, Richard John, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nottle. 184 This Is an opportune time to purchase a dwelling property In Laurium. The real estate market has been affected to aomo extent In sympathy with the Copper market. Any one with the cash can pick up some good bargains. FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK The Cold Snap might remind you of the comim Do you want a New Fur Coat, or do yoii want your old Furs repaired or remnleL,i . "VIVU iinni remina you ot the com no- Fnll let us DO IT NOW! you will save money, get better work manship ami choice of better material. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR FURS! . Let us clean and store them for you. Our charges are 2 and 3 of your own valuation. Calumet -Phone 999-Houghtonl. Go to rarshalls' second-hand store, 431 5th street. Calumet, for anything in the house furnishing line. Prices are right on stoves, beds, dressers, commodes, chairs, tables, rugs, car pets, etc., etc. Call and get prices. Special sales and prices every Satur day. Keep an eye on our line, phono 3U3J. 185 News Want Ads brln results. REG ULAR EXAMINATION. A regular examination of applicants for teachers certificates will be held at the high school building, Houghton, on Thursday and Friday, June 16 anil 17, commencing promptly at 8:30 a.m. each day. The examination In reading will b0 based on Reading in Public Schools by Priggs and Coffman. William Path, '86 County School Comm'r. FOR FINE CABINET WORK the very best ol tools are re ojiiire;'. You cn"n get them lure of a uality not surpassed on earth. Tiny take and ludd an edge lUo a razor becau e they are made of ra:'i r sa el. If you take -pride In your work ymi'll u-e our to. lj cnJ take pride in lllt-IM too. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MICHIGAN & TOE BOORS AND WINDOWS if f p H:,V Jill !':.i!:j!;,i:'!'W mm !.' CU C...-MT ''Srt!,.j:;l k wiii i-T-iTrr"""" ' WE CARRY EVERYTHING YOU INKED IN BUILDERS HARDWARE. FROM THE WIRE SCREEN ON THE FRONT DOOR TO THE OUTSIDE KNOB ON THE KITCHEN DOOR. YOUR HOUSE OR BUILDING. IF PROPERLY "HARD WARED," WILL BE MUCH MORE HANDSOME THAN IF YOU GIVE NO CARE TO THE KIND OF "TRIMMINGS YOU USE. WHEN IT'S ANYTHING IN HARDWARE. WE HAVE IT. Carlton Hardware Comp'y iTiFiiiiirnlLrGi BteT Better get a good trunk, suit case, valise or telescope to take with you on that trip they are handy things to have anyway, ana will give you many years service. Wc have a splendid line of Trunks ranging In price from $U to $25, Including bureau trunks. x Suit Cases at St. 50 to $12. Telescopes In all sizes, from UOe up to $1.25 each. 71 1 so a good line of Satchels, Valises and Ladles Club Bags. Fifth Street P. Ruppe & Sons Red Jacket . t