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THE CALUMET NEWS.
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1910. Ti 1 1 Read's Headache and Neuralgia Powders A speedy and certain cure for nenous and sick headaches. Kspecially recom mended for headache caused from powder smoke. 25 Cents a Box, at VASTBINDER & READ'S PHARMACY ENTHUSIASTIC FOURTH OF JULY MEETING LAST NIGHT 10 years i j ::n.T t i ::!. it 7 year- ioti.oi 4 ye; is yeari ...! : 1 vi r 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. Firs! National Bank of Laurium A BANK FOR ALL PEOPLE Committees are Appointed to Make Arrangements and Of ficers of Day Named ANOTHER MEETING NEXT WEEK 3 THE WAY IT'S DONE A whole lot depends in the manufacture of lumber on the way it's done-.. We know all ab.ut our lumber mills their dry l.ou.-i.s th.-ir care in the s. lection f timber. Then, too. we know a lot about handling. Muring, pricing, and delivering of the finished article. That's why you'll luy widely if you buy here. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. CALUMET HANCOCK HUBBZLL $ . ' ? BUY YOUR - - AT - - SUMMER PRICES seth Edward UI 3d 13 established 1873. Il Merchants and Miners Bank CALUMET, MICH. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 200,000.00 Officers CHARLES RRIGGS. President. PETER RUPPE. Vice President. W. R. ANDERSON. V. V, nnd Mgr. STEPHEN TAULL. Cashier. J. D. JAMES, Ass't Cashier. WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. SMALL DEPOSITS ACCEPTED. Iist nir.hfs Fourth of July meeting was a well attended and most enthus iastic gathering, nd u considerable business connected with the day's cele bration wan transacted. Committees and officers of the day were named. Another meeting of the several com mittees has been set for Tuesday eve ning of next week when reports will be made. A committee, consisting of John Dunn and Mose Handettlni, appointed fr the purpose of circulating a peti tion among the business .men and oth ers who donated last year towards the convention and Fourth of July fund, asking that the $459 remaining In that fund be turned into this year's Fourth of July fund, will report at the next meeting. Some of the soliciting committees reported last evening, showing that i bout $.".no has nlready been subscrib ed, while other committees will report at the next meeting. It Is hoped to raise at least $1,000 through subscrip tions. The Calumet Engineers, numbers of the O. A. It., and the Spanish-American War vets will be Invited to take part In the parade as will the Ited Jacket. Laurium. C. & II. and Tama rack fire departments. It was decided last evening to hold a hammer and drill contest and prizes of a substantial nature are to be of fered. The executive committee decided to invite the following to act as officers of the day: President James MacNaughton. Speaker Attorney E. A. MacNally. Reader James L. Nankervls. Chaplain Rev. Fr. Ilerculan. Grand marshal Dr. P. D. Mac Naughton. The executive committee was In creased from 6 to 36 members, and is made up as follows: John Dunn, John Miller. Mose Randettini, Paul Tommel, John Nelson, James Ornisby, John 1. Cuddihy, Dr. M. A. Thome'tz, F. W. Hessenmueller, John F. Schroeder, C. J. Prldeaux, C. J. Wickstrom, John Shea, II. A. Goldsmith. Harry Scott, Michael C. Leary, John Foley. John C. Vogel, Pat J. Ryan. W. M. Lyon. Mar cus Sterk. S. C. Chynoweth. J. O. Erv asti. Charles Schenk. Rert Forster, Jno. J. Ellis, Jr., Charles Lieblein, Joe Schroeder. W. Jacka. C. W. Hunger ford, John Hoffman, Ed. F. Cuddihy, P. j Rarsnttl, W. R. Altkcn. Otto Reehler, ami Martin G. Messner. Sub-committees were named as fol I lows: I Hammer nnd drill contest Capt. James Chynoweth, Dr. John Miller, Silas C. Chynoweth. Frank H. Schu- ! maker. Dr. M. A. Thometz, N. F. Kais- j er, John I). Cuddihy, and F. V. Hess- enmueller, J Automobiles Dr. M. A. Thometz, I James MacClure. S. C. Chynoweth. Harry Goldsmith nnd Gene Randettini. Floats Charles Lieblein. Fireworks J. J. Ellis, Joe Schroeder and Rert Forster. Parade O. Reehler, Dr. Miller, Dr. P. I). MacXaughton, M. A. Thometz, J. D. Cuddihy and Charles G. Lieblein. Decorations John Dunn, John Nel son, John ogel, Mose Randettini and Charles LIchMn. Music S. C. Chynoweth. F. W. Hessenmueller. John F. Schroeder, John Shea, John Hoffman. Printing C. J, Prldeaux, Harry Scott, W. M. Lyon. Sports Charles Dieblein. Patrick Ryan.WIIllam Jacka. Harry Goldsmith C. W. Hungerford, John P.. Foley, M C. Leary, E. F. Cuddihy. n n LOCAL BREVITIES. Attorney W. J. Calhrnlth has ron to Rockland on legal business. NarclsM Rlancl has returned from nort business trip to Marquette. Miss Clara Edwards left yesterday afternoon for Chicago on a visit. MIs Daisy Golds worthy left yester- d)y afternoon for Globe, Arizona. Nell Clancy has returned to Detroit, after spending a few days iu Calumet on business. Sid. Sands has returned from Des Moines, la., where he has been visiting relatives. A daughter was Lorn yesterday to Raptlste Regando, nnd a Fon to Paul Shnult. Mesdamea W. J. Ruddle nnd M. Uren left yesterday afternoon for Iron Mountain. Frank Nowak. of the T. M. C. A. will leave fills week for Detroit an2 Chleaeo on a visit. David A. Rwlnton left yesterday for Riff Rapids, where he will attend the commencement exercl.ej. Thomas Fisher nnd wT returned yesterday from their hom vmoon trln spent In Detroit and oftier cities. Several Calumet residents left yes terday afternoon for Oshkosh, Wis., where they have secured employment. Repairs arc being made to the pave ment, corner of sixth and Pine streets. Matt Drnzlch has charge of the grani toid work. Mrs. C. "Winkler of Marquette who was visiting her daughter. iMs. Va' Kohn. for the past two weeks, re turned home yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Martens left last night for Cleveland! o., on a month visit. Mr. (Marten Is bookkeeper fo? the People's Fuel company. A large seat sate Is reported for the musical comedy production, "The Prince of Tonight," which will be pre sented in the Calumet theater this ev ening. Saturday will be pay-day at the C. & II. nnd surrounding mines, and a large amount of money will be placed in circulation. It will be a five weeks' pay day. R. Shude of Harper & Thomas' store is indignant over the report that he is seriously fll. lie sustained a slight in jury a Jew days ago, hut Is not Inca pacitated. William' Trevithlck has returned to his home' in Salt Lake' City, Utah, nf ter spending some time here. Mr. Tre vithlck came here to attend the funer al of his father. George Jacka has returned from Marquette, where he Is attending the federal court as a traverse Juryman. He will return ' to Marquette again, probably tomorrow. The Calumet and Mohawk baseball teams w ill mceV In the Y. M. C. A. park Saturday nfternoon. A big crowd la expected. Roth teams will be strongly represented, nnd a flrst-clasj exhibition should be witnessed. Garfield CaMle, Knights of the Gold en Eagles, have made arrangements to hold their annual picnic the latter part of July at Crest lew, the popular sum mer resort of the Keweenaw Central railroad. Special rates and n special train will be provided. James M. Todd has gone to Detroit, where he will meet his wife and his father. W. R. Todd, the latter presi dent of the Qulncy Mining company, who are coming to (he copper country on a visit. Mrs. Todd will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IT. J. Vivian. SPLENDID PROGRAM RENDERED f AT THE CLASS DAY EXERCISES Graduates Who Participate Make Big Hit With Their Respective Renditions CLASS PROPHECY IS NOVEL The class day exercises of the grad uating class of the Calumet high school, held last evening in the ussem bly room of the school, were much en- Joyed by thohe fortunate enough to se cure tickets of admission. The rostrum was prettily decorated in the class col ors, while und lavender. After selections by the orchestra, 24 Junior girls appeared in the doorway. each carrying a spear covered with ribbons of lavender and white and top ped with streamers and lilacs. They marched up the aisle In double file, crossed their spears, nnd stopped to nllovv the graduates to the number of to pass beneath, marching to the tune of the high school Bong played by the orchestru. A cheery welcome was given by the salutatorlan, Irene McCormlck, who also Introduced those to take part in the program; giving among other things, their prominent characteristics. After a song by the mixed chorus, Minerva Waldorph in the class history, recounted Incidents of love, sorrow, and humor that had come to the mem bers of the class during their four ar8 of high school life. George Chat- el, the class poet, told In verse of the troubles and the final triumph of the students. His poem nhowed much thought and preparation and was ad mirably given. Then the boys' chorus sang, the "Song of the Armourers," a fit Intro duction to the oration that followed, It being a masterly appreciation of the famous Confederate general, Robert E. Lee, by Leslie Donald. I.ee was com pared with other great generals of the world, and his honor und ability lost nothing by the comparison. Robert Gilmour. the class president, gave a serious nddress on the lost and the coming opportunities of every member of the class, nnd advised the undergraduates to profit by their ex perience. After an appreciation of the efforts of the teaching corps he ad dressed his fellow graduates, speaking of the true meaning and purpose of graduating. One of the best features of the eve ning was the prophecy by Ren Rlius trub. Cartoons of the class drawn by himself, were projected on a screen by a projection lantern. Mr. Rllnstrub showed himself nn artist of iu mean ability, the cartoons being decidedly realistic. His remarks kept the audi ence In a round of merriment. Rert ha Hermann, valedlctorMn, com pared the pat, present, and future, and gave the parting words of the class of 1910. The last number was the class song, words by Elsie Harper, and sung to the tune of a popular song. The words of the song are: The Jolly Student. , Oh, C. II. S. we come tonight To bid farewell to thee. We're loath to leave these scenes so bright. For those we cannot see; Rut tho'ts of thee will linger long Within each mem'ry dear. And as we leave, we'll raise a song Of happy days spent here. Chorus: For we are Jolly seniors of old C. II. S. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS For Everything In FURNITUR Our stock represents the perfection of the furniture makers' art We sell only the RI1ST makes Our furniture vtand.s the test of time the real te.vt of quality. If you are thinking of furnishing a hum you would do well to let us assist you in making your selections our experience w ill be very valuabe to you. Come In And Let Us Show YOU OUR IJNE, we will arrange tlx t.ims of payment to suit your salary no matter how .small it may be. We are the best Our like shall never come again. And as we leave we each will ever loyal be, True to thee; We're the class of nineteen ten. For tho' nt times we were dismayed Ry troubles j;reat and small, A goodly record we have made For one and each and all: So while we've toiled and labored here, 'Mil words of cheer and praise, We're ready for a great career, Anil aloft our standards raise. Chorus: So now farewell companlt ns all And Joyous high school days. May greatest Joy to each one fall And strength for weary ways. We hope to ever loyal be To school and to our class. We each will ever honor thee, And love thee to the last. Chorus: SLEEPING CAP. LINE CALl'MET TO ST. RJNACE. The South Shore have Inaugurated Through Sleeper TrI-Weekly Service between Calumet and St Ignace. lcav ing Copper Country Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays and In the opposite direction leaving St. Ignace Tuesdnys, Thursdays and Saturdays. 193 COURT JOHN A. RORR P. OP A. All members are requested to meet nt their hall Sunday, June 19, at 10 o'clock sharp, to attend service at the Kearsarge M. E. church. 187 Wm, Dunn, Sec'y. State gs 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 p c; r.nrifnn Jas. A. Torreano Jas. T. Fisher ith Good Tools at Mi W fill? you can save youielf many a repair bill. Don't always be borrowing your neighbor's When you ,o :.ie little Job to do. C.c'. an o;:Ult of your own at this hardware store. Then you'll have both the sat isfaction of owning your own nnd of possessing tools a whole lot better than anybody cans to lend. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MIChlGAN crura? There will he a regular meeting of Calumet Lodge No. 271, F. & A. M. Thursday evening, June 16th at 7:30 o'clock. JOHN D. KERR. W. M. CEOROE WILLIAMS. Sec'y. BETTER DUILT THAN I AX,i-Zyi HAIR yK&&fj STUFFED i. 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 PIlOPC UI Undertaking ;86th SERIES JULY FIRST Northern Michigan Building and Loan Ass'n Start a savings ac count this series and watch it grow. Faucett Bros. & Guck Ass't Secretaries At CARLTON you will find the largest assortments and best values in:- Dawn Mowers Dawn SprlnklerB Grass Catchers Garden Hose Hose Nozzles Hose Reels Flower Red Guards Wheelock Trellis Dnwn nd Garden Fencing Watering Tots Screen Doors nnd Windows True-Tagg Torch and Lawn furniture Enamel, "rue's Stain, it Varnish Stain, for floors and furniture. Carlton Hardware Contp'y j Trunks, Valises, Etc Better get a good trunk, suit case, valise or telescope to take with you on that trip they are handy things to have anyway, an will give you many years service. We have a splendid line of Trunks ranln& In price trom $U to $25, Including bureau trunks. . Suit Cases at $1.50 to $12. Telescopes In all sizes, from UOc up to $1.25 each. also a &ood line of Satchels, Valises and Ladles Club 1la&s. Filth Street P. Ruppe & Sons Red Jacket t p Prtprmann MacNauahton j;