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THE CALUMET NEWS.
FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 19i0. 1 A I I it 8 8 I I 2i Read's Headache and Neuralgia Powders A speedy and certain cure for nervous and sick headaches. Especially recom mended for headache caused from powder smoke. 25 Cents a Box, at VASTBINDER & READ'S PHARMACY FIREMEN MEET AND DECIDE TO HAVE A RUNNING TEAM V I t I 1 1 A 11 .11 Al 1 V 10 years '.I eals 7 yi :n s J yi-ars car.s 4 c;irs $Hlt.tJ i year J years ii.l of i7.;.o 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 THE WAY IT'S DONE A whole lot depends in tho manufacture of lumber on the way it'.s done . We know all about our lumber mills, their dry houses, their care in the selection of timber. Then, too, we know a lot about handling, storing, pricing, and delivering of the finished article. That's why you'll buy wisely If you buy lit re. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK Red Jacket Department Will fie Represented in Tournament Athletic Events. WILL NOT TAKE BAND ALONG The Heil Jacket fire depart au nt hebl ll fpcciul meeting last evening for tilt purpose of dividing the question of sending a running team to the Son, to take part in the Annual IT. l tlre nien'8 tournament, on August 10, 11 uiul 12. I!y a unanimous vote the members dehL'ed to organize u run ning team, and for the second year In succession Red Jacket will be repre sented In the tournament meet. The locals pulled off the honors in last year's tournament in I-iiirium. Joe MacN'amara was appointed manager of the team last evening, and .Martin Dooley will net a. captain and liainer. Hoth these men u;v experts m their respective positions. Th e.mi will undergo hard practice to Ret in condition. ' Representatives of the Laurium flre- L0CA.L BREVITIES. Anton Sterk has gone to L'AnBe, where he will visit with relative I . A. liotsford has gone to Kl Paso, Texas, where he will upend tome time Joseph Mlhelich has gone to Jollet 111., where he will make hi future home. W. J. llloy of Calumet returned home this morning from West Itaden und other cities. r.d. J. Crowley has com- to Mass City, where he will work for the Mln oral Range road Andrew' MacLeod has returned from Rutte, Mont., where he has be. upending mime time. .miss .Nan Johnson is home from Madison, Wis., where oho has been ut- tendirvfc the university In that city. Members of Charity lodge. Knights of Pythias, will attend divine services at the Calumet M. K. church Sunday morning, Mrs. Harvey Cornelier of Calumet returned home vesterdav noon from Minneapolis where she has been the guest of friends George Fax and George Jaeka will men appeared before the local depart- return to Maruetle Monday of next inent last evening to Interest Red week to sit on the traverse Jury of the IT. S. federal court. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Tonkin of D troit who have been visiting at the residence of Mr. and Mm, W. J. Itoone, left for homo this morning, Supt. II. E. Kratz of the Calumet high school delivered tho commence ment address for the class of 1910 of the IAnse high school last evening. icket in a Joint effort to take along one of the local bands. Tho Red Jacket department decided not to take any action of this sort, however, as the expense -would be too great. It is not likely, therefore, that the oal companies will be headed by their own band during the parade. Red Jacket will go to the Lock City 3 strong, including the running team. vhlch will number at least H mem- Laurlum expects to take down members, as will Mohawk, Hough- Itancook nnd other copper coun departments. The copper country will be rep resented in the parade by more than 150 members, it is estimated. As far as can be learned at present? thore will be five running teams en tered. hen ton, try HOUGHTON MAY BE CHOSEN. BUY YOUR - - AT SUMMER dward PRICES seth US Established 1873. Merchants and Miners Bank CALUMET, MICH. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 200,000.00 I Officers CHARLF.S LKIGGS, President. Pin na nUPPI-:, Vice prmident. W. R. ANDKRSON, V. P. nnd Mgr. STi:pf!i:.N' I'AULI, Cashier. J. D. JAM KS, Ass't Cashier. WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. qmai t nrpnciTc ArrrDTcn State 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. Petermann Jas. MacNaufthton May Get Annual Meeting of Bar Asso ciation Secretary is Here. Attorney V. J. Landman of Grand lapids is in Calumet, the guest of At- rney William J. Galbraith. Mr. .andman was a classmate of Mr. Gal- raith at the U. of M. He Is secretary f the State Par association, and Is in the copper country in its Interests. It Is the intention of the atssoclatlon o hold its annual meeting this year either at the Soo, Marquette or Hough ton. Attorney Landman Is looking over the severnl districts with a view to recommending the town that will re ceive the honor of welcoming tho cream ttf the state's legal members. Attorney Landman has a large and lucrative law practice In Grand Rap Ids, anl for several years past has been re-elected to the post of secre tary of the State Par association, a position he is filling with skill nnd foresight. Attorney Landman will also incidentally attempt to boost the mem bership of the association while In the county. Houghton la being regarded very fa vorably for the annual meeting nnd there are good prospects it will be recommended. by Attorney o. J. 1irsnn of Duluth is in Calumet on a short legal visit. Miss Leona Mills, of Kagle Harbor. Is visiting in Calumet. Sleep After Eating. A man feels drowsy after a hearty dinner because a large part of the tlood In the system goes tothe stomach to a!d the digestion and leaves the brain poorly supplied. All members of Camet Tent No. 218 K. O. T. M. M. nr? requested to meet nt their hall Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock to march to the C. & II. park to attend the nnnual picnic. 188 "THIS DATE IN HISTORY.- 1239 Edward I. of England born Died July 7. 1307. itu I'ere Marquette reached tho Mississippi river. 174. Loulsbourg. N. R, taken the Pritish from the French. ln. Gen. Joseph Warren killed at the battle of Hunker Hill. ISIS Charles Francois Gounod, eel cbrated composer, born In Tarls. Died there. Oct. IS, 1S93. i8.ni iiepuuncan national conven tion at Philadelphia nominated Gen John C, Fremont for president. 1863 James Johnson appointed gov ernor of Georgia. iNfiO Gen. Lewis Cnss. soldier and statesman, died In Detroit. Horn In Exeter, X. II.. Oct. 9.';1"82. 187C Penjamln II.. Prlstow. secre tary of tho, United States treasury, re signed. 1887 Osborne A. Lochrane, for many years chief justice of Georgia, tiled in Atlanta. PornJn Ireland in 1S29. 1894 Williatn Walter Phelps, states man and diplomat, divd in Englewood. N. J. Porn ln; New, York City, Aug. 24. 1S39. , "THISjlS MY 50TH, BIRTH DAY." Charles Frohman. one of the world's greatest theatrical managers, was born In Sandusky, O., Juno 17, 18f,0. He was educated In the. public schools of New York city, where he was employed first as an offlce boy on one of the dally newspapers. At the same time he held the position of ticket seller nt Hooley's theater in Prooklyn; wiere he gained his first insight into the thatrlcnl busi ness. In 1877 Mr. Frohman, then but 17 years of age, took charge of a com pany that was sent west to play "Our Poys." In the west he made the ac quaintance of J. II. Haverly, the fa mous minstrel, with whom he toured America and Europe. Mr. Frohman's first notable success came in 1881 when he secured the rights to produce "Shenandoah" in various parts of the country., , He realized large profits from the venture nnd soon set apart securing other companies and theaters In New York and elsewhere. In re cent years he has controlled many of the leading playhouses In London and in New York nnd other American cit ies and nt the same time acted as man agers for scores of famous players. THAN I . jiyXi NOT JF STUFFED 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 PllOtlC Ul Undertaking MISS JONES TO TAKE COURSE IN ORGANIZED CHARITY WORK Assistant Secretary of the Local Charities Bureau Goes to Chicago Saturday, STUDY SETTLEMENT METHODS Miss C. M. Jones, assistant secre tary of the Calumet Associated Char ities bureau, leaves Saturday for Chi cago, where she will take a six weeks course in the school of civics and phil anthropy. Miss Jones will attend the lecture courses the morning of each day, and the afternoons of her Instruction will be devoted to visiting tho settlement districts, so that she may get In close touch with settlement work as devised by the Chicago board of charities. It Is expected that the course will prove of a very valuable nature to Miss Jones, and she will return to Calumet more fully equipped for the work ahead of her. Miss Jones has had charge of the local bureau work during the absence of Miss Salisbury, and has won praise for her wholesouled efforts and pains. taking way in which she has conduct ed the business of the assolatlon dur ing the absence of the chief executive, Miss Salisbury. She reports that several new cases have been reported to the local char ities bureau during the past two weeks. In nearly every Instance charity has been asked for and obtained by wid ows. There has been no new cases re ported of wife desertion during the resent month. A special meeting of tho ndvlsory council and others actively associated with the bureau will be held one day next week, when Miss Salisbury, sec retary of the local association, will give n report of the national conven tion of Charities and Corrections w hich she attended last month while on her annual vacation. Miss Salisbury's re port is likely to"prove of great interest locally, and the meeting will probably e largely attended by the officers, di rectors and others. Miss Salisbury is expected In Calu met on Saturday from Oregon, Wis., where she has been spending a few weeks with relatives. The Cold Snap might remind you of the cominn- New Fur Corn- n Do you want a Fall. want your old Furs repaired or remodeled let us DO IT NOW! you will save money, get better work manship and 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. I Calumet -Phone 999-HoughtonL- LOCAL BREVITIES. The Croatian string band will give a dancing party "Saturday night at Lesh's hall, Ahmeek. Attorney William J. Galbraith has returned from llockland, where he de livered the high school commence ment address last evening. His re marks were heard by a large and ap preciative audience. II. L. Wlllett, professor of Semitic languaRcs and old Testament history nnd literature of the University of Chi cago, who is to deliver the commence ment address at the theater this eve ning arrived here this morning from liessemer where he delivered a similar address last evening. Ancient English Inn. The oldest Inhabited liouso ln En-, land is Raid to be tho Fighting Corks ir.n, St. Albans, which is connected ly a rubterranoan pnssage-now blocked up with the monastery about 200 yards away. 1 SLKEn.N'O CAR LIN'R CALl'MHT TO ST. KJXACK. The South Shore have inaugurated Through Sleeper Tri-Weekly Service between Calumet nnd St. Ignace, l'iiv. lug ('tipper Country Mondays, Wednes day and Fridays nnd In the opposite direction leaving St. I-rnacc Tuesday. Thursdays and Saturdays. 199 Do It Now Calumet People Fhould Not Wait Un til It Is Too Late. . The appalling death-rate from kd- noy disease is due In most cases to the fact that the little kidney troubles ire usually neriected until tlmvr 1.0- oine serious. The slight symptoms Rive place to chronic disorders and thu sufferer goes gradually Into tho grasp of diabetes, dropsy, lirlght's disease, gravel or some other serious form of kidney complaints. If you suffer from backache, head aches, dizzy spells; if the kidney sec retions are Irregular of passage nnd unnatural In appearance, do not delay. Help the kidneys at once. Doan's Kidue rills are especially for kidney disorders they cure where others fail. Over one hundred thou sand people have recommended them. Here I one of many rase. in this vicinity: Louis Wolfstey, 805 Frnnklin street. Hancock, Mich., says: "Doan's Kid ney Pills have been used ln my fam ily nt different times for several years with good results. I also know of other people who have taken them and speak highly In their favor. My back was very weak nnd painful when I bo gan using Doan's Kidney pill J, but hey soon drove my trouble away." For sale by all dealers. Price f0 cents. Foster-Mliburn Co.. Huffalj, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and t.akt no other. P6th 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 With Good Tools at Hand you can s".vo yoMrrelf many a repair bill. Don't always be borrowing your neighbor's when yon haw some little Job to do. (ot an outfit of your own nt this hardware store. Then you'll have both the sat isfaction of owning our own and of possessing tools a whole lot better than anybody cares to lend. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MIChlGAN At CARLTOM you will find the largest assortments and best values in:- 4 1 w ! Lawn Mowers Ii wn Sprinklers Grass Catchers Garden Hose Hose Nozzles Hose Reels Flower lied Guards Wheelock Trellis Lawn and Garden Fencing Watering Pots Screen Doors nnd Windows True-Tagg Porch and Lawn "urnlturo Enamel, "rue's Stain, it Varnish Stain, for floors and furniture. Carlton Hardware Comp'y TrmkSp 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, ad will give you many years service. We have a splendid line of Trunks ranging In price from to $25, Including bureau trunks. Suit Gases at $1.50 to $12. Telescopes In all sizes, from UOc up to $1.25 each. Also a good line of Satchels, Valises and Ladles' Club llaQS. pm" scc P. 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