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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910. r IJUSSC EVERY: Sat'yand Sun'y Keweenaw Central R.R. TailHS LEAVE CALUMET 9:00,1:40,5:50 DAILY A.M. P.M. P.M. "Lac la Belle Special" Leaves Calumet 9:00 a. n. Sundaj Leaves Lac la Belle 6:05 p.m. Sunday WILL HOLD RING CONTEST. David Armit rT' agent for the HOUGHTON COUNTY LOAN INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION of Houghton, Michigan. STOCK NOW FOR SALE. LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE CLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. One corner lot at corner Lake Linden ave. and Hecla street, Laurium. Good for business place. Office Richetta Block, Hecla St., Laurium. Phono 266. SEXSSEES&n Any. day that you'd like to know something about the best clothes made, in a store where nothing but the highest grade of merchandise is handled, drop in on us and let us show you some of our Hart Schaffncr & Marx lino clothes. They'll Interest you; they're made of strictly all wool fabrics, anj talloret perfectly. You will not llnd uny uueh clothes ready-to-wear, anywhere else; they're better than the average custom tailor tan make. We'll sell you Hart Schaffner & Marx suits from $20 to $50. Ready for service. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Ladies Will Find this store the most convenient place to shop for neautlful New Piess C.oo.la, Dainty Wash Ooods, ami Rest Quality Dry Ooods. Every .style and pattern fashion demands will he found in our complete stock at a irire that every purse can easily afford. See our new Fuotuci'r for Men, Women and Children. The Boston Store J. J. ARNOVITS, Prop. This store Is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EM BALM ER Phcns 155 or 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlor at th Cld Stand 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 ers for any occasion. BASEBALL SPECIAL SUNDAY. Announcement was made today hy thtj Mineral Range road that a special hasehall train will leave Calumet Sun day, bound for liay. for the benefit of those who desire to attend the Mo-hawk-(jay game. The train will leave Calumet at 12:40 o'clock, making stops at Wolverine, and Mohawk. It will return immediately after the game. There is considerable local intercut In thu name between Mohawk and (.Jay, which promises to be hotly contested, and it is thought that a large crowd will be In attendance. COLLEGES. Michigan College or Mines F. W. McNAIR, President. Located jn the Lake Superior dla trlct. Mines und mills accessible foi College work. For Year Hook and Rec ord of IraJuates apply to President o Secretary. HOUGHTON MICHIQA ARCHITECTS. F, W. HESSENMUELLER Architect Room 20-21 Calumet, State Bank Bldg Phone 655, Calumet. Mich. PROGRAM IS ARRANGED FOR FIRST ANNUAL CAMP REUNION V'UI Open With "Feed" at Y. M. C. A. Saturday Evening, t Followed by Toasts. PRIZES FOR ATHLETIC MEET WANTED. WANTED To rent with privilege of buying a Rood upright piano. It. N. Parsdiall. 431 Oth St., Calumet. Phone ?.:3 J. x FOR RENT. Foil RENT Desirable room in Red Jacket, close ill. Reasonable. Inquire Calumet News, x FR RENT Desirable room in lied Jacket, close in. Reasonable. In quire Calumet News. x A. FAHLEN&CO. JliVVELEieS WATCH REPAIRING A SPtCIALIY Complete Stw k of f irst Class Jewrlry 407 Fifth St. :: Calumet ASK FOR TOMMEI'S VELOUR ICE CREAM Phone 251. To RENT Omund lloor flat In the Hermann block, 6th street. Inquire Hermann's jewelry (store. X HELP WANTED FEMALE. YVANTKD-Oiii for general house work. Apply Mrs. Harry Head, 22: I'.ouiicliry St., Laurium. x FOR SALE Ton SALE 300 bushels or Lake Su perior early rose potatoes and 200 bushels Mills' Rest Eurbanks' seed potatoes, extra tine. A. J. Lean, 3rd St., Laurium. 189 l'OU SALE Ono new milch cow. Ap ply at 1567 Hecla street, Calumet, Mhh. 189 Foil SALE, cheap, a small cook stove, ice box, kitchen table, Iron bed, etc. Call 214 Eighth street. X T is not only a PRIVILEGE II bat the PLAIN DlTTY of every man, woman or child who has an IDLH DoLLAK to deposit that dollar In a Jl (JOOD SAFE RANK. They owe It to themselves to take this precaution and they owe It to the community In which tbey live a 4 well us to the great business world at l:i rgc, "TIM MS" are always "fJOOD" when our money is moving freely through the channels ,,f trade, but become suddenly "HAD"' when people begin to hoard. Panics are caused by widespread withdrawals of money from circulation. Then It Is that LIVE DOLLARS become DFAD DOLLARS, and cvcrydy 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 the DFAD DOLLARS in this community. The program has been arranged for the first annual reunion to hn held I Saturday evening in the gym of the Y. M. C. A. Will Roberts will preside at the gathering, and a very interest ing and pleasant evenirfg Is promised those who attend. Following the lunch, toasts, etc., a business meeting will be held, when the constitution for a camp club will be adopted, officers elected, and other business transacted. The program Is as follows: Camp feed at 6:30 p. m. Camp yarns. "Impressions of our state camp,' Will Roberts. "A funny experience," Flmer Trlsk. "Tho visitors," Will Boag. "The Kiowas," Howard Gray and others. "Some things that make a camp worth while," George 1. Westcrtnann, secretary of tho Y. M. C. A. The business meeting will follow the several toasts, to conclude with a plunge In the Y. M. C. A. pool. The annual Bummer local camp is to be held at Eagle Harbor commencing August 2, and it is probable that a large number of members will attend. Assistant Secretary C. V. Smith and others will take a trip to Fagle Har bor In the near future, for the purpose of selecting a suitable place for camp ing, and to arrange other details con nected with the camp. Arrangements for Meet. All arrangements have been com pleted for the athletic meet to be held on the morning of tho 'Fourth of July under the nusplecs of tho Y. M. C. A. In the Y. M.'C. A. park. The meet is open to all bona fide amateurs in tho copper country. All entries must be handed In to the physical director of the Y. M. ( A. on or before July 1, so that ample time may be given for classification, print ing of programs, etc. One of the fea tures of the meet will be the '-mlle relay race, open to four-men teams. It Is expected that practically every town and village In the copper country will be represented In the relay race, thus lending to It additional Intfrest. The meet Is to start punctually nt 10 a. m. on the morning of the Fourth and will be over In ample time, for dinner and to permit of visitors nnd others taking In the doings In Red Jacket In the afternoon. Physical Director Sherwood hns ar ranged the events nnd prizes. Each winner will receive gold, silver or , bronze medals, typical of each event in which he hns participated. A small admission will be charged to cover current expenses. The trnck nnd field events nre as follows: Track events 100 yard dash, 220 yurds, 440 yards. 8S0 yards, lmlle, nnd 2 miles. Field events Running high Jump, pole vault, running hop, step and Jump, hot put, hammer throw, discuss throw' nnd M mile relay race for 4-men tenms. F.ntry blanks may be secured nt the V. M. C. A. offices at any time now. C. o H. Miners' Committee, Purchases Diamond for Most Popular Girl. The committee named at tho hut meeting of tho C. At 11. miners for tlie purpose of making arrangements to hold a contest for the most popular young lady in this district, has pur chased a $300 diamond ling, which Is on view In the w indows of Alex Levin, the Oak street Jeweler. The ring Is a magniileent one, and It Is expected there will be keen competition to se cure It. Voting boxes will be placed In some of the most prominent busi ness places of Calumet, Including the villages of Red Jacket and Laurium, and one or two outside districts. Mr. Levin has promised the miners that he will give 10 per cent of his sales between now and the date of tin miners picnic In votes to the picnic fund. The whole of the proceeds from tho picnic Is to be devoted to charity. DUTCHERS' ANNUAL PICNIC. Owing to tho slim attendance at Wednesday night's meeting of the Cal unitt Hutchers Association, called for the purpose of making arrangements for the unnual butchers' picnic, it was decided to postpone the meeting. It will now take place on Tuesday even ing of next week In the Dunn hall on Sixth street, at 8:80 o'clock. The unnual picnic of the Rutchers' association, is one of the events of the scucon. The picnic Is always a de lightful unV'r, and with meals served at the park by the butchers themselves the culinary end is well looked after. MEDIATION FAILS; WAR? Lima, Peru. June 17. It Is rumored today that the attempted mediation be tween Peru and Fcuador ' had failed owing to the conditions imposed by the Fcuadorians as a basis for peace ne gotiations. ATTENTION K. OF P. All members of Charity lodge No. 131 Knights of Pythias, are requested to meet at their hall Sunday at 9:30 a. m. fo attend memorial services at the Cal umet M. K. church. K. of II. & S. 189 WIRELESS STATION CHANGES. .11. H. Itrown. cldef electrician for the United Wireless company on the great lakes, is overhauling the wire less station at Tamarack, making changes and Installing new appara tus. The capacity of the plant will be enlarged and when the work Is com pleted the station will be ono of the best on the lakes. It now has direct communication with the Soo station, anil was talking with the Soo this morning. All members of St. Anthony Court. No. 700, C. O. V., arerequestcd to meet nt the Sacred Heart High School Sun day morning nt 10 o'clock to attend divine service nt the Sacred Heart church. 188 SUMMFR SCHOOL. Special term be gins June 21. Laurium Commercial School. 1S9 A STRAW HAT and a FEATHER WEIGHT SUIT Coolness written all over you during hot weather. And you'll be really cool with a STEIN-HL()CH smart, sheer and airy-liKht summer suit. Here are seres-of the cool imie co mr 01 ueep water, homesnnn. grays, und crashes just built to foil old Sol. Come in and see hw thoroughly you can he outfitted i MKIN-HLOCII Clothes. They arc the fullest dollar's worth in America today. ALL WOOL I KNOX STRAW HATS AND PANAMAS HOUGHTON CALUMET THE GLASS BLOCK STORE CO. THE GLASS BLOCK STORE CO. THE GLASS BLOCK STORE CO. THE GLASS BLOCK STORE CO. Keep in touch with this Wash Goods Sale Special purchases are arriving dally to augment interest in this wonder ful sale or dainty tub fabrics, unusu ally wide range of attractive pat terns and beautiful coloring offered Saturday. ilaj Spec Value Giving--That's the Test Our Men's Clothing the talk of the town Hero you will find models, patterns und colorings to meet the require ments of young men, middle urcJ or elderly men. the slim or regular built men. If you don't mind savins $5.00 on the purchase of a suit, se these. Every article in this Ad. is a proof "Value giving',--which means: desirability of the goods, correctness of the styles, touches of daintness, reliability. They all form "value." The "giving" is the amount of "value." you receive for the money you spend. The offerings for Saturday will open the eyes of hundreds of people to the fact that the Glass Block leads in service giving; in value giving. No store has offered such values. Come for more proof Saturday. Drug Specials Colgate Soap, 10c cako Castoria, the kind baby cries for. 35c regular 123 Wizard Oil, $1.00 size G7 Chamberlain's Cough Cure, 25c. lg Foley's Honey and Tar, C0c hott!e3.i Rubifoam, 25c bottle 18 Colgates Tooth Powder, 25c 15 Children's Hose Odds and ends of broken lines, lino do mestic und Imported goods from the best makers of lisle hose warrant ed fast black Regularly selling ut 25c and 35c pr. Pay day 15 Reversable Rugs Fine reversable Rugs 3x6 feet In size with or without fringe. Several pat terns to choose from. $5.73 regular, y dy 3.98 MEN'S COLLARS AT LESS The famous H&I pure line collars, 4 ply linen, in all shapes and sizes. The hest collar value in the town. Regular price 15c Pay Day price 10c each Miners' Underwear Miner's line grade heavy blanket un derwear, shirts and drawers. Kegu larly sold cverwherc at $1.50 per garment. Saturday we put out tr salo 200 suits of this good quality underwear at the following lv price S1.00 Suit Case Sale Our regular $2.73 suit case 7 Inches deep, 2C Inches long, with two straps. Leather protected ends, large brass nails, cloth lined inside straps. Pay day price 1.8t Grocery Specials Extra large bananas per doz,..JQo $1.50 size Oranges, per doz 31 We direct special attention to these Pay Day Shoe Offerings FOR MEN AND WOMEN 229 pairs of ladles' Oxfords nnd pumps In taii3, gun metal and pat ent colts, "yucca yuality" make. Regular $3.50 shots. Sizes are mostly small, therefore this very low price per pair for (,i,y $12.18 Lace and button shoes for women, patent colt with cloth top. A real $4.00 shoe; sizes aro mostly large, so for quick selling Sat urday we offer them at j ! gjj Oxfords for Men A one hole ankle tie Oxford with turn sole and high heel, all pat ent leather. Regular price $2.50. Tor pay day only $1.97 Ir. Russian calf In two and four hole tics. This Oxford sells regularly at $4.00 a pair, i'or Saturday we offer them at a special pay- ,lay I,rlco 82.85 Men's Suspenders Tho well known "Ohio" suspenders made with leather tabs, fancy brass parts, good strong clastic, well made and a big variety of patterns. 23c always Pay day price 17 Men's Straw Hats There Isn't any new style idea tlmt Isn't here, and there Isn't an eld head or a young head tint wc can't bedeck in the very style it needs. In short It's the most complete sh"l"B r.r mart straws this town has ever known. Prices 1.00 l" 3.50 " Auto Caps Made of waterproof silk In l-r "' l'';,rk tt.i,n checks, etc. Marked at S1.25 1-75 Short Jackets for Women Indies' chort Jackets In tan coverts, black and white checks nnd fancy mixtures. Have sold formerly at $7.50 nnd to $12.50 a piece for Sat urday's selling that will attract your nttcntlon to this lot. Each 1.98 Pretty Wash Suits A special lnt of linen suits In blues, tans, lav enders, etc., Jacket ami skirls t.f the very latest models. Regular valuos ure $C50. r,,y d:,- S-1.50 Dress Skirts, Special Values Panama serges nicely button trimmed, Mental orplain gored, tailored or stitched bunds in colors, also black nnd white mixtures. "lu's start at $5.98 then $6.50 and $7.50. Pay day special J' Great reductions in Ladies' Fine Tailored Suits Hih class merchandise made hy the hest tailors in the land. Prices rane ) t20 00 "ult8 from $24.00 to $50.00. Saturday you can buy them at ONE-THIRD OFF J375o suits regular prices. j J40 00 8Ult9 sic.oo S22.5U $30.00 Feather Pillows Emmerlck Fine rcathcr pillows, full 3'i Ihs., to tho pair, covered with pretty art ticking nnd sold regularly nt 4.39 a pair pay day 1,95 fcALUME.T tiv-lifcil Michigan! Mall nnd TcleplK no rU r:M .ri'inp'" eiep.n "e i,, ...... In '' ly filled This IV'",lm";, chnrgo of competent tu;vM give your orders prompt "' ful attention.