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THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 19i0.
0 THE CALUMET NEWS. 9H f f --1! if t: ; 'J I If1 Graduation Certificates and Diplomas received here We have made special efforts to re ceive In lime, u beautiful selection of the latc.t pattern of picture mould ing. Specially to frame yuur diplomas, tci tliUates. etc. nriiiK them while they uie now and dean. Select what mould ing ou Wo will fta:m them for u rl:;ht at very little cost. It's th only exclusive picture and frame More In th Copper Country. With all tHputpmciit and year of cxpcrlnico. enables iu to kIvo you better work at lower prlccj. It vays oat of town peo ple to luli'ff us their f rain Ins, for you have transportation ixperu-o on the win k. See our choice window of hand painted pearl scone far fl'tO. picture, and frame complete, and a large selec tion of all kinds of pictures and frames w iliin. It's the p tore lhat docs the' be.-t work in ciiUrging picture, also Hrmh lies, I'illow Tops, etc., from your photos. THE PENINSULA ART STORE 441 Hfth St., Ccr. Pine Phone 503 M CALUMET ( IUST FIGURE"! J IT IIP rucido what you want for your home in the way of electric 11 x -tines then tell It to us. Our large stock comprises the orna mental and the plain, the expen sive and the moderately priced, but all will made and worth the imnoy. We have experienced men In our employ who will maUo valu able suggestions as to room treatment and 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 fi,r the servant and it saves time. We can supply you with many devices to make your home modern and comfortable. Hosking Electric Go. Phones: Office 33; Residence 100 102 Fifth Street Ess 3P David Armit iT."' agent for the HOUGHTON COUNTY LOAN &. INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION of Houghton, Michigan. STOCK NOW FOR SALE. LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. Ona corner lot at corner Lake Linden ave. and Hecla street, Laurium. Good for business place. Office Richetta Block, Hecla St., Laurium. Phon 266. Hi 4321 EVERY Sat'yandSun'y Keweenaw Central R,R, TRAINS LEAVE CALUMET 9:00,1:40,5:50 DAILY A.M. P.M. P.M. "Lac la Belle Special" Leaves Calumet 9:00 a. m. Sunday Leaves Lac la Belle 6:05 p.m. Sunday M U S I CI IT is not only a PRIVILEGE but the PLAIN DUTY of very man, woman or child who has an IDLH DOLLAIt to deposit that dollar in a r.OOD SAFi: BANK. They owe It to themselves to take this precaution and they owe it to the community In which they live as well as to the great business world at largo. "TI.MF.S" nre always "fJOOD" when our money Is moving friely through the channels of trade, but become suddenly "HAD'' whn people begin to hoard. Panics nre caused by widespread withdrawals of money from circulation. Then It is that LIVH DOLLARS become DFAD DOLLARS, and everybody is "HARD UP." THE First National Bank OF CALUMET. is a good safe bank and has all of the necessary facilities for bringing to life all of tho DEAD DOLLARS In this community. AMBULANCES FOR THE ELKS DURING THE CONVENTION Physician who will ear for the in jured during the HlkV reunion in De troit this summer were Riven lnstruc tlons In llr.t aid la.it evening ut Wood ward un.l High streets by the l.MJchlgati department. Clara Harton ambulance corps of the National Association for First Aid to trio Injured. Drills were held on High street east. Just off Woodward avenue. A large crowd came out t si e the doctors ex periment with stretchers and an am bulance. The ambulance stood at the curb while the men with stretcher;! drilled on the lawn between the curl) and the ndewalk next to St. John's Episcopal church. They were divided Into groups and those who will manipulate stretchers during the parade were taught how to place patients on the stretchers and into the ambulance, while those who will be ambulance men a No were giv en instructions. The I'rlll was given under the supervision of Sergt. M. II. Joins, of the Michigan national guard The Elks plan to station ambulances at every block along the line of march of the parade. Automobiles will be equipped as ambulances and city am bulance companies will be called on lu occasions of great emergency. Itegimental tents will he erected nt numerous places In the downtown dis trict for minor cases requiring slight but .immediate attention. In the rear 'of draco hospital a brigade tent will be erei ted, equipped with all hospital accomodation!). All tents will bo pro vided with telephones and a large number of attendants. A corps of nur- . ses will also be on hand. SWEDISH M. E. CONCERT Fine Program Has Been Prepared For Entertainment Saturday Arrangements have been made for a concert lo be Riven by the members of the Epworth League of the Swedish M. )".. church on Sixth street on Sat in day evening. The following pro gram will be rendered: IM.ino solo, selected. Prof. I. J. Johnson. Selection Comrades In Arms Male Quartette. Heading Some , Mistakes Miss E. Llndquist. I'lano Duet Miss M. (Justafson and Lyle Engstrom. Vocal Solo Western Land Mrs. C. I D. Thomas. Selection by Male Quartette. Vocal Solo Leah Vivian. Vocal Solo Selected James Johns. I'lano Duet Misses Peterson. Vocal Solo Edward Evans. Vocal Solo Dream of Paradise Mrs. C. D. Thomas. Selection by Male Quartette. Worms "Caeret are certainly fine. I gve friend one when the doctor wan treating him for cancer ot theatomnch. The neat morning he paiaed four piece of tape worm. He thru (rot a box and in three days he passed a tape-worm 45 faat lone H ' Air. Matt Frrck, of Millersburg, lauphin Co.. Ta. I am quite n worker for Casca. rets. I use them myself and find tlietn benencial for most an disease caused by Ini pure blood." Chas. K. London, Lewiston, Pa., (Mitilin Co.) neasant. Palatabln, Potent. Taste Good. I o tiood. Never hicken. Weaken or (iripe. l0c.2Sc. 50c. Never sol.t In bulk. Theuenu ine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. 921 Announcement I wish to announce that I, Joe Plank, have taken the leadership of the Tamarack Hand and am at the command of all persons and organizations wishing a first class musical service. I also wish to denounce nil ru mors that have been circulated that out band has disbanded. We will give open nlr concerts In the near future. ' . Wo can furnish band or or chestra music for all parties who wish same by calling up C28-L or writing to Win. Prideax, Mgr. 11 Hickory St. CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM j MIKING SPECIAL EFFORT TO COllfCT WATER TAXES No Trouble Experienced this Year with Use of Lake Water for Sprinkling BREWERS MUST BUY LICENSES Secretary Martin Trlsk of the Laur ium water board Is making special f fort this month 10 Tolled th out standing water taxes. There nre u rumt.er of residents of I.aurium win hav. ni elected so far to pay their taxes for the present quarter, and iked attention Is being called l) this Miiiatlon. The collection last month ivcre very poor but belter results fire expected this month. Jood progress ts bolnjr made, with the Installation of water meters throughout the town and It Is cxpcctei that within a few days an od?r w 11 be placed for n additional 50 meters which will be Installed next month. There are now about 5G0 meters In u in the village and the officials hopo that before the c1om of the present year, each of the 1700 consumers la the town will be supplied. No trouble has been experienced o far this year with residents using lake water for tprinTdlnt,- purposes Tho completion of fhe pond water sys tem throughout the town last year leaves the pona water avanaoio ror i-prlnkling purposes and this la much cheaper than lake water. In otner years, before the adoption of tne meter system, the consumption of water has nearly doubled during the summer inor.ths, but this year It is thought that the consumption will be about norma- Repairing Old Sewer A large force of men has been plac ed at work during the past few days tt pairing tho sewers on Amysflaloll tiled, it Is thought that the work will oe completed during Ine coming week. To Get After Breweries The brewing companies with ware houses In Laurium will be notified this week to take out $500 retail licenses or cease retailing beer to private families ly the ease in the future. Under thhe Warner-Crnmpton liquor law, the pro visions for wholesalers are very similar to those for retailers. The nrewln company which pays a $50 warehouse license Is not entitled to retail Deer to amines. Arrest anil prosecution wl:i t.ndoiiMcdly follow any attempt lo evade this law on the part of brewer ies coing business In Laurium. RETURN TO THEIR HOME Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fuller Leave For Lower Michigan Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fuller who have been In tlTe employ of tho Modern Samaritans for the past year and who have ibeen In the city for the past few clays awaiting the close of the meeting of tho Imperial council, left the city last night for their old home and stamping ground In southern Michigan, says the Duluth Herald. During the past three months Mr. and Mrs. Fuller have organized three councils in the Upper peninsula. The order has several councils established In the Lower Peninsula and it Is the Intent Ion of Mr. and Mrs. Fuller to organize a campaign and appoint n number of deputies In that Jurisdiction to organize new councils as well as to build up councils already established. During the time Mr. and Mrs. Fuller have been working for the order In this section they have made many warm friends among the various coun cils wherever they have been and many expressions of regret have been made at their change of location as they will bo missed by a very large circle of friends. FIREMEN PLAN SOO TRIP Delegates Are Named to Represent Laurium Department at Tourney At the regular meeting of tho mem bers of the Laurium fire department Tuesday evening, John Knechtges and fjeorgo Kuhn were elected delegates to represent the Laurium department at the tournament to be conducted nt tho Soo, commencing August 10, and continuing until the 16. Tho depart ment voted to attend the tournament In a body but will not enter a running team, the expenses being almost pro hibitlve. Although that matter ha3 not been definitely decided. It Is thought that the department will plan a rail trip. Plans will be considered at once to finance the trip and no diffl culty is anticipated in raising a suITi clent amount of money. it is possible that the Laurium unit Red Jacket department will Jointly en gage a nana to accompany tnem on the trip to the Soo. This matter has not been definitely considered so far, but will be taken up In the near fu ture. MISS LEISMER IS CONSCIOUS Ann Arbor. Mlolj., June 1. Miss Lulu Lelsmer, the. Ann Arbor girl who la lying with her body a mass of brok en bones and bruises as a result of an RO-foot fall into an Jshpeming mine shaft, has been conscious since Satur day, for the first time since tho acci dent. Rhe recognizes all her relatives and friends and, being a witty girl. Jokes and laughs with them, but never once refers to the Accident in which he so narrowly escaped with her life. SUMMER SCHOOL. Special term be gins Juno 21. Laurium Commercial H'liool. 183 An English factory recently turned out a hat whkh.was made to fit a mythical man f.0 feet tall, MENACING STORM QUIETED IN SAMARITAN CONVENTION It has developed In tho aftermath of the annual meeting of tho Imperial council of the Modern Samaritans held In Duluth last week that a menacing storm was quelled aft'r a nhort out burst at the meeting and that u plan to oust Imperial (lood Samaritan John Christie and other members of the ad ministration wus abandoned aftor a presentation of facts and figures that convinced the skeptics, says the Duluth Herald. The St. Paul and other outside dele. gallons, with some Duluth members of the Imperial council, went Into tho convention loaded with criticism and votes to bring ubout a eh inge In the order of things. They were dissatis fied with the new insurance plan. which was adopted at the last meeting of the Imperial council. They viewed with alarm", the fact that during the last two or three years the society has been practically ut a standstill In point of numerical strength and that the net gain of members In Minnesota last year was but nine members and the net gain throughout the whole terri tory In which the order operates was only 19(5. Had the election of officers come on the first day of the convention, the present Imperial administration would have been ousted. The Indications nre that the first sessions of the conven tion were stormy, although Duluth members of the imperial council will not so term them. They say there were some "earnest" speeches made on both sides. When confronted with tho fact that in. three years, tho reserve fund of the order has grown from $74,- 1503 to $135,S54.1 and that tho Modern Samaritans is the only order operat ing under the National Fraternal con gress mortality tables in Minnesota that made a net gain In membership last year, tho 'insurgents" were con vinced nnd they turned In and re elected Imperial flood Samaritan John Christie unanimously and the other Imperial officers with the exception of one member of the executive board. Members of the imperial council say- that J the meeting has brought about harmony that only a discussion of the matter could bring about. While there wns skepticism, there was criticism, but they believe that till confusion has been cleared away and that the mem bers as a whole are satisfied with the new plan of insurance and ready to ad mit its superiority. FORMER LAURIUM RESIDENT . Robert Mikkola Accidentally-Billed at Iron Mountain This Week . 'In Word was received lit "Laurium Tuesday, announcing, the . 4leath of Robert Mikkola, aged about 40 years, a former Laurium resident, which oc curred at Iron Mountain tlwit day. Death was duo to n mine accident. the details of which were not given in the message. Mr. Mikkola : resided In this city for a numtt'or of. n years he having been au empleye of Uh C. & II. mining company until a few months ago when he resigned tojgo to Iron Mountain, lie is survived. by a wife and one brother, John, who reside In Calumet. Mrs. Mikkola has gone to Iron Mountain and It Is likely that the remains will be brought to this city for Interment; Mrs. Mikkola was planning to move to Iron Mountain to Join her husband about Juno 20, be fore the news of hia death was recclv- d here. News Want Ads bring results. 1Z Bicycle flgrZtli- -1 ipg I ii UFE3'I1 WIEBER Opposite Calumet Theater jlffin r . . LAURIUM BREVITIES. Mr. and Mrs. Kugene IhicKson of Murium returned last evening from a noneymoon spent In Detroit. They Mill make their residence at No. 203 Pewablc street. , The curfew bell In tho village of Laurium will be rung at nine o'clock each eventnir during the summer months Instead of at K:30 the former curfew hour. A meeting of the directors or the Northern Michigan Agricultural usso. elation will be held in Iwiurlum some time next week, the date to bo an nounced later. Contractor Thomas Rastian of Calu met has gone to Duluth where n will work on large plastering contracts. Lloyd Vivian, son or Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Vivian has returned from Troy, New York, where he has been attend ing the Rcnssaiaer Institute .Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman Trezlse hnve been called to Mlehlgamme because of the Illness of Mrs. Trezlso's grand mother, iMire. Croll, formerly of Laur ium. A party of Laurium residents have erected a summer lodge on the take shore, about half a mile north of the pumping plant of the C. & II. mining eompanv. Mark Train of the Vivian store force Is recovering from his recent illness. Mrs. Henry Hankala of Mass City, is the guest of friends In Calumet and Laurium. Ilruce Palon, cashier of tho First National bank returned home yester day from an extended eastern trip. There will be no DoBton etin-k market on Friday, because of the ob servance of Hunker hill day, but the New York and curb markets will be open as usual. Contractor Rarney Holmstrom of Laurium went to Rete Oris yesterday where ho is directing the work of a force if men who are building an ad dition to the summer cottage of J. Vivian. Miss Ilelga Da hi of Laurium will return on Friday from (Jreenland where she has been located for some time and will conduct music classes in this city during the summer months. Ed Lee, lias resigned his position with the firm of Roach nnd Seeber, which he held for three years and has accepted a position as copper country representative for the Northern Wis consin Produce Co. Misses Julia Tobln, Agnes Tobinskl, ami St. fScrmaln of Calumet nnd Miss Mable Ross of Hebard have gone to Eagle River where they will take the teachers examination today under the direction of Commissioner llradshaw. John Itroderlck was arrested and brought before Justice David Armit of Laurium yesterday on the charge of assault and battery. He entered a plea of guilty and paid a fine nnd costs. The fJrnnt township board In Ke weenaw county Is doing considerable repair work on ' the road to Copper Harbor. Other roads throughout Ke weenaw county arc ulso being repair ed. Mrs. Glenn D. 'Lower of Tocomn, Wash., la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. Morrison, of Temple street. J. D. Colburn and daughter Miss Norma of Escanaba arrived In Calu met yesterday to spend a short tlmo as the guests of Mr. Colburn'B daugh ter, Mrs. W. J. Fish. ELECTRIC PARK CONCERT. Calumet - Hecla Band Will Play Fine Program There Sunday The following excellent program has been arranged by Director I laniard of the Calumet & Hecla band for tho con El We have a complete line of Cleveland. Columbia, Tribune and Rambler Hicycles. 1 Trunks, and Full Traveling HARNESS GO Calumet, Michigan f)WARREN0 4 o. At Mi n.v 5 i) GRADUATION GIFTS From a Jewelry store bring the most pleasant thoughts to tho mind of tho young graduate. A host or proper gifts' for both the young men und young ladles FOR YOUNG MEN Gold Watches.... $10.00 to $50 Gold Watch Fobe. 1.00 to 10 Gold Cuff Links... 1.00 to 9 Gold Scarfpins ... .50 to 12 Gold Rings 2.50 to 15 Umbrellas 3.50 to 5 And many other Ideas, any one of which will be : pleasing gift. Warren Jewelry Comp'y 321 Fifth Street Calumet, Mich. cert to be given at Electric park next Sunday alteruoon. March Heart of America Hacker. Overture Morning, Noon and Night iSuppe. " " " Medley Glittering Glow worm Un ite. Valse Host on Llmbzo. A Cavalry Charge (Descriptive) Ludcr t Intermezzo Indian Summer Morct. intermission Overture llungnrian Comedy Kti cr Hcla. 1 'a ra phrase On Old Kentucky Homo Dalbev. Seloctlon Rrlgut "Eyes Luders. Flower Song Adoration lltarnard Southern (Memories Hacker. iMarch Rig Noise HalL TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS. ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE MANUFACTURED BV THE (ALIFQRNIfl flG jYRUP (j SOLO BV ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS One Size only, soa Bottle SBDWte AMD U Mm Bicycles? AGENTS FOR THE INDIAN Motocycle Price $200 to $325 Suit Cases Bags line of Equipment Telephone 140 North i, -,,-1 la) FOR YOUNO LADIES Gold Watches $9.00 to $35 Gold Watch Chains 2.00 to 10 Gold Necklaces.... 3.50 to 12 Gold Lockets 1.50 to 10 Gold Rings 2.00 to 15 Gold Bracelets ... 3.00 to 12 ""TfiBTtTrasi WANTED. WANTED To rent with privilege of buying n good upright piano, it. n. 1'arshall, 431 Cth St Calumet. I'huncj 393 J. x FOR RENT. TO RENT Ground floor flat In tho Hermann block, Cth street. Inquire Hermann's Jewelry Btore. x HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply 15 Willow avc. x WANTED Girl for general house. work. Apply Mrs. Harry Head, 221 Iloundary St., Laurium. x FOR SALE FOU SALE 300 bushels of Lake Su perior early rose potatoes and 2(,0 bushels Mills' Host Ihirbanks' himiI potatoes, extra tine. A. J. Lean, 3rd St., Laurium. 1SD roll SALE, cheap, a small cook stove, Ice box, kitchen table, iron bed, etc. Call 214 Eighth street. x LOST AND FOUND. LOST A bunch of railroadman's keys, on copper chain, between car barns and Mineral Range dock. Kind er return to Charles Wern, Water street, Hancock. x BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EM BALM ER Phone 155 or 379 Calumet, Mlcblgu Undsrtakina Parlors t th. Old 8U Harper-Thomas Co. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER3. Phon. 14 Holman Bldg, Cslumet, Mich. ah ..ii. .ndrJ to either day or A'.m fr.h Cut flow ers for any occasion. COLLEGES. Michigan College of Mines F. W. McNAIR, President Located in tho Lake Superior dto trlct. Mlnea and mills "C88lb'en; College work. For Year Dock and ord of Graduates apply to rrwint Secretary. uiCHlO" HOUGHTON MICH' 1- ARCHITECTS. F. W, HESSENMUELLER ARCHITECT Room 20-21 C.tumet, State Bank Blfc Phont 655, Calumet, Mich. A. FAHLEN& CO. JEWELERS WATCH REPAIRING A SPfOA Complete Slock of f'Zt nifth fit. Calumet oy uoi ASK FOR TOHMErS VELOUR ICE CREAM phone 251, IMslrBADSl