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TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1510.
THE CALUMET NEWS. HANCOCK PORTAGE LAKE YOUNG PEOPLE GRADUATED BY SCHOOL MUSIC Miss Kerredge of Hancock and Miss Croze of Houghton Com plete Work at U. of M. COMMENCEMENT, THURSDAY The annual commencement exercises of the University school of music will take place on Thursday evening, Juno 23. This year's class Is tho largest in the history of the institution. In nil, 43 diplomas will bo given to 39 different persons, three people taking diplomat from two departments. Miss Kmnm Lyella Kerredge of Han rock nnd Miss Valerie Genevieve Croze of Houghton are nmoni; the graduates. Artist's diplomas in the piano de partment, will he given to Helen Har riet Tremalne, Cheboygan; Hern Ice. Mae Torrey, Detroit; Harrison Albert Stevens, Whitmore Like; Lela Stcm pie Ree-so, Crestline, O.; Nell Mae Kielel, Shepherd; Frances Louise Ham ilton, Toledo, ().; Ruth Olive Smith, Dexter; Nell It. Stoekwell, Ann Arbor; Myrtle Ethel Lawrence, Stockbridge; Mae Shafer, Ann Arbor. Artist's diplomas, vocal department Maude Charlotte Kleyn, Holland; Irene P. Kssllnger, Ann Arbor; Mrs. Hyrl Vox Rachcr, Londonvllle, O. Artist's diplomas, organ department Elizabeth Cooley, East Las Vegas, New Mexico; liurl Vincent Moore. Lansing; Hazel pearl Houghton, Yp rllantl. Normal diploma, piano department Lulu Mae Olmstcad, St. Louis; F.mnia Lydla Kerredge, Hancock: Lorene Gertrude Lehndorff. Rogers Clty.Desse Marguerite Jones, Rattle Creek; Anna ;,i:;y MeCuUum, Durand; Alta Mabel Free-man, Ann Arbor; Nora R. Rrader, Rharn. Normal diploma, vocal department Lucy Matilda Rlakency, Grand Haven; Hess A. Johnson, Houghton; Hazel Ed na Htimpson, Ann Arbor. Public school music certificates Valerie Genevieve Croze, Houghton; Sarah Florence Jones, Ann Arbor; Grace A. Johnson. Rad Axe; Lisa Emma Eaves, Rattle Creek; Hazel Pearl Henderson. Manistee; Florence Ellen Cairns, Plnevlllo. Ky.; Irene Pau line Esslinger, Ann Arbor; Ruby Es- CLOSING EXERCISES AT THE ST. rATRlCftS SCHOOL The closing oxcrcl-e of Hi,. St. Patrick' school, held lat evening at the Kerredge theater, were among the most pleasing ,,d elaborate of any buch occasions held l,ere this season, nnd were participated In by about a hundred young people, all of whom did credit to those under whose able di rection they have been drilling for several week pu-t. The program was divided Into three parts, the first hour being devoted to the Juniors. It consisted of marches nnd drills of a very pretty nature, with orchestral or piano accompani ments, and the little boys and girls who took part went through the va rious evolutions with the vim and ac curacy of veterans. "Tho Rell in the Forest," a lyrical drama, constituted the second part of the exercise. This was a very pret ty number and was well enacted. The cast of characters comprised eight of the elders boys and girls. Including Martin Carrlgan, James Madlgan. Ed ward Stehlln, Irwin O'Neill, Francis Murphy, Neil Stchllu. Frank Neville, and Russell Conway. There was also a large chorus of village tradesmen huntsmen and attendants, and tin drama was one of the most delightful features of the evening. The concluding portion of the en tertalmncnt was devoted to the pre sentation of another lyrical drama, "The Court of June," In which thirty young ladles, all prettily garbed. Im personated tho various goddesses, muses and personages of Greek myth ology. The Kinging nnd musical ac companiments were very pretty and the young ladles sang their parts In a manner to win much applause. WILL ELECT DELEGATES. The annual convention of the Finnish National Temperance Rrothorhood of America will be held nt Eveleth. Minn., on July 2C, this year, and nt the next regular meeting of the North Star Temperance society of this city, to bo held on Saturday evening, delegates w ill be chosen to represent the society at the convention. telle "Whaley, Ann Arbor; Clara Shackelton. Ypsllantl. Public school drawing certificates- Valeria Genevieve Croze, Houghton; Sarah Florence Jones, Ann Arbor; Grace Johnson. Rad Axe; Mllda Char lotte Hosenhans. Ann Arbor; Hazel G. W. Rartlott. Ann Arbor; Rattle May P.artlett, Ann Arbor. CLASS DAY EXERCISES. Program Given Latt Evening by Mm bera of Graduating Clats. The 'tirst class day exercises ever arranged by a graduating class of the Hancock High school were held last evening at the assembly hall and were well attended. The program included several papers and readings by the members of the class, musical selec tions and the presentation to the school of the class memorial. The memorial Id In the form of a hand some plaster frieze, entitled, "Aurora," and Is somewhat similar In appearance to the frieze of "The Triumph of Alex ander," given In sections by former classes. The presentation was inado by John Erlckson, the class president, and was accepted by Superintendent Li Howe on behalf of the school. The rest of the program consisted of a piano duet by Russell Gullbault and Miss Florence Hall; class history, May Keough; class will, Mildred Welsmlller; class prophecy, Emmctt Coughlln; "Spartncus to the Gladia tors," Robert Johnson; comedy, "The Girl of the Century." This evening the annual reunion of the High school alumni association will bo held. The members of the as sociation and the senior class will go down to the steamer International, which they have chartered for the oc casion, to the White City at the entry, where a white fish dinner will be served. Other features of the gather ing will be the election of officers for the ensuing year, and a program of addresses, etc. On Wednesday the seniors will have another boat ride, this time going to the canal, Where lunch will be served In ono of tho cot- ta ges. The thirtieth annual graduation ex ercises will take place on Thursday night at the Kern-dsn theater, and tickets for the event may now he re served nt the Kerredge hardware store. They may be obtained from any member of the school board or from Superintendent Lallowo. The mem bers of the board will occupy box seats at the commencement exercises, and the Calumet & Recla orchestra will furnish music for the evening. The address to the students will be given by Dr. Ira W. Howerth. on the subject, "Learning nnd Doing." The presentation of diplomas to the class w ill be made by C. A. Wright. TO CALUMET ON THURSDAY. St. Jaan Baptist's Society of this City to Take Part in Celebration. The Hancock and Houghton society of St. Jean Jtaptlste will go to Calu met on Friday afternoon next to par ticipate in the annual celebration of St. Jean's day by the St. Jean Rap tlste societies of Houghton county. This year the observance takes place on the -23rd Instead of the 2tth of June, on account of the celebration of the anniversary of i-U. Anne's church, which take's place at the same time. Among those from here who will be among the speakers at the banquet are C. O. Olivier, F. O. Mayotte, A. Cornelller anil others. Many of the local French residents will be at Escanaba on Saturday, when the reunion of the Frene h so cieties of the upper peninsula takes place. Special rates are given by the railroads and visitors are expected to be present from all parts of the peninsula. PRIZES FOR CALITHUMPIANS. The calithumplan feature of the Fourth of July celebration promises to be one of the best ever seen lure, great Interest having been aroused by the announcement of the liberal prize to be given. The committee has ar ranged for one hundred and fifty dol lars to be awarded for the best worked out Ideas, ranging in sums of from one to iflfty dollars. It Is desired that all entries shall be received on or be fore June 30, nnd only exhibits of which a description shall have been given to the committee will be eligible to receive prizes. In making the awards, they will he awarded from the bottom up, bo that In case there are not as many floats or displays as there are prizes offered, the range of awards will not be so great. The committee has a number of Idea nnd they will be pleased to suggest displays to those wishing to enter. Communications relative to the matter should be made to II. V.. Rrock. the chairman of the calithumplan committee. HANCOCK BREVITIES. Chief of rollce Tlbor returned home last evening from a trip to Ionia. De troit and other parts of lower Michi gan. He says that the coming Elks' convention Is occupying everybody's attention and that preparations in pro gress Indicate that It's going to be one of the biggest things of the kind ever pulled off In Michigan. MANY NEW SIDEWALKS. Many new sidewalks have been laid In West Hancock during the past few weeks, among them being a strip In front of the old Protestant cemetery. The work Is being pushed rapidly and that part of the town Is gradually pre senting a much Improved aspect. Some trouble had been encountered owing to some of the property own ers having encroached from one to three feet over the property line. An ordinance was passed some time ago ordering those trespassing In this re spect to move back their walls and fences. The Cole Rogers circus left ht night after having been here since Sat urday. Miss Mlna Johnson of the IJulncy sc hool has gone to Motley, MU-h., to upend the vacation. Mrs. Young of Rolla. Mo.. Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. John M. Wag ner, of East HaiH'oi k. Edward F. IM'urphy of Escanaba, representing Cleary Rrothers, was In the city today on business. J. C. WJggenberger of Watertown. Wlscou.-ln, manufacturer of Wiring, la in the city today on business. The Portage Lake orchestra of Han cock has been engaged to furnish mu sic on the boats running to the White city. Mrs. Nhk Evert left on Sunday af ternoon on the steamer Juniata for a visit with relatives In Melrose, Minn., and other points. Morris Ahrams has removed his tai loring establishment to the store- ill the Celling block formerly occupied by Wilmot'M harness .hp. Misses Jean Maedonald and Eleanor Lassey have returned from ohciiln college, to spend the summer vacation at their home in this city. Mayor James, who has been ill with a malarial attack for the past week, is still confined to his home, but is im proving and expects to be able to be out soon! The Ladies' Aid society of the? Han cock M. E. church will hold a regular meeting tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. N. W. Harrie on Ohio street. The Rlnlev baseball team defeated the Smelts team at the Ripley grounds on Sunday afternoon by the score of If! to 0. Next Sunday the Ripleys will play nt Dollar Cay. The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary McCarthy of Ryan street was held this aftc moon, services taking place at St. Patrick's church, and interment In the old Catholic cemetery. The Hancoc k Colts went to Rec'rldge Sunday for a game with the Lake (Shoro team and got their first wallop ing of the season, the Luke Shore nine defeating them by tho score of 10 to 2. T A. Carney and his mother left Saturday for Marquette to attend the graduation exercises nt the Northern State Normal school. Miss Alice Car ney Is among those who will graduate this year. Isaac Wargelin and family will move bnck next week to their resi dence, which has been completely re modeled and enlarged, the vn. being done by Ala Pros., composed of Messrs. Sam and John Ala. There has been a large advance de mand for Ke ats for Grace Georg-'s pre se iitatiori of "A Woifjmi'H Way," which takes place at the Kerredge theater. The s'at sab opened yesterday morn ing at the Kerredge hardware store. Mrs. H. Rroe k and Mrs. C. W. Freeman left yesterday for Chicago for a few clays visit, after which they will go to Ann Arbor to he jnesent at the ( eunmeiK emcnt exercises, at which Miss Lillian Crock will be among the graduates. A meeting of the Fourth of July committe es will be held on Thursday j evening. The soliciting committee this morning resumed Its work of envass-j Ing the business men of the city for I further contributions to the celebra-' lion fund. I Seve ral steamers nre en route f o portage like with coal cargoes tor the Portage Coal nnd Dock company a. Ripley. They are; the Uganda, vith 3.- j flOO tons of hard coal; the Caledonia.; with 4,000 tons of anthracite and the schooner A. W. Thompson, with 4.300 tons of soft coal. The two-years-old boy of Otto Lem- ! ke of Hancock street fell v sterdav '. morning while carrying a glass of wa- j ter. The glass broke and the boy's face was badly cut with the fragments, j which InlllcWd a long gash on his I check and lip, requiring sixteen stitch es. It Is expected that there will be large delegations of members of the council of tho Knights of Columbus and the St. Ce-rnard's court, Catholic Order of Foresters to go to Calumet on Thurs day evening. June 23, to attend the? lec ture by JamcH C. Monaghan of New York, under the auspices of the Calu met council of the Knights of Colum bus. James Parkins, formerly a resident of Hancock, was accidentally killed at Cobalt as the result of a premature blast on June 8, according to news re ceived he-re yesterday. Mr. Parkins was 2S years of age and a native of Cornwall, England. He was employed while here at the Ilapcock mine, leav ing four weeks ago for Cobalt to work there as a miner. U. T. C. MEETING. The Copper council of tho United Commercial Travelera wilt holet a reg ular meeting Saturday evening In tho Kauth hall, at vvhh h time John Keyes, who represented the council at the state iTie e tlng of the organization he ld last we-. k at Port. Huron, will present a report of the gathering. Additional Hancock on Page 4. Bargains in PIPES All Mccrchaum Pipes in r.";in.i,.ow.$5.oo Moorohrum pipes mntre In pric e from tfs.00 to 413.00. All Briar Pines at Jhiar pipes rancre in pri--e fre m fi.d'J to $'. (HI. We- have bought the entire stock of samples from Kaufmun llros. e!c Roudy Mew Yen k. Come Flarly and Pick Your Choice a I he stock is limited. DON'T FOKtiET THE PLACE $3.50 The Cubs' Billiard Parlor 331 l-'.fth St., Calumet, Mich. Mciffonberg Hro., Prop, J Lnmo shoulder Is almost Invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free applica tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment Is not only prompt and ef fectual, but In no way disagreeable to use. Sold by Eaglo Drug Store, Calumet; Laurlum Pharmacy, Lnur-lum. Help Your Business A we 11 equipped, neat clean look ing wagon 1.1 u great help to any, business, that Is why you should use our make. Thirty years exper ience In tho carriage nnd wagon business will convince you that you get the best value for your money. . "We will make any style to your order. Joseph Hesbert, Prop. Phons 193 J ll i : . f News From Our g Hardware Dep't Every item listed U a special value , in Itself nnd you will easily recog ' nizo the savings. MRS. POTTS SAD IRONS, i Nickel plated, 3 Irons In a set. Han oi die nnd stand with each set, A at 89 ASBESTOS SAD IRONS. Three solid Irons, one asbestos lin- eel spring locking ' handle, asbestos & covered stand and all parts exposed are nickel plated. Set Si. 75 FOLDING IRONING BOARDS. Full flze smooth sand papered top & Folds In small space; each 9S SLEEVE IRONING BOARDS. J Top covered with cloth; a l.'c value; each 10 WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS. Hardwood extension screens. strongly made, best wire cloth. 1? inches high; extends to 33 Ineiics a , regular 3' value for 2J ' C.alvanlzod frame and wire IS nohe high; opens to 33 Inches. & Worth 4SC; sale price 39 JUST RIGHT carpet beaters U'-Rular 15ct value. Sale price 10 V CARPET TACKS 500 tacks In a box; ...pl per box V KEYSTONE CLOTHES LINES-r.O- foot lengths S& t! HARDWOOD CLOTHES PINS-Ppo- X cial for this F!l & 'ir c GALVANIZED PAILS-Holds fullJO cits. This sale only 1 4 WOOD HANDLE KNIVES and forks during this sale nt, rr pair Gf V SCREEN DOORS-Walnut stained, covered .vith good quality screen cloth; sizes 2-Cx6-fi. 2-8x0-8. om- Pleto with hinges nt JSC JL SCRUB BRUSHES A large variety f of Hardwood back, tamplco nnd ot h- f era; 15c value nt 1UC f STOVE POLISH-Plaok cat brand, y Regular 5c size. This sale 3 for-lUC RISING SUN stove polish. Always y 10c. Our sale price OC t EASY BRIGHT liquid stove polMi- y Elsewhere ISc XC t LIQUID VENEER The best furnl- V ture nnd plnno relish known, .-c (f "3 MMs-nn tm r n ' H H I r R r3 f T Y ( H on BP IN Ufl L JU ftL JbA0J. II THE first two days ol our GREAT JUNE SALE were hummers-The crowds were immense, and all were fully satisfied that the bargains advertised for this great event were truly the greatest offered by any local concern. Despite the great rush of our first days, the bargains remaining are innumberable and each dav will find added to our counters bargains even greater than ever. i tu- n, fiHpnrp of the oublic. in the truthfulness of our advertising, was again demonstrated--u tH,lSSaleJ fTr,nw the Savncs Bank Store's "say so" in their advertising, is their i'do so" m the storS All art-cH adverthiTdwilf Knd in stock at all tLes fully as represented. We urge you, ,f you have siore. ah -"c . , . . . LMrf to attend our Great Tune Sale. tne interest 01 yum jjuun.t. v ClflLPni'iN'f? Plior-S izes 8 Your Shoe Needs CAN BE BEST SUPPLIED HERE. STYLISH FOOTWEAR AT PRICES WELL WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. THE FOLLOWING PRICES TELL THE TALE, READ. Ladies' rumps All the latest styles In both iiatent leather and ruii met al; regular value J3.50. This sale at, jior jialr 2.50 Ladles' oxfords In Vhi Kid, gun met al and tan. Styles are strictly cor- $2.50 valuo Jhl.OeT Shoes that sold formerly up to $2.r0 i.er pair; pair 2l.;i. to 12 SI .00 rect. Ladles' Sizes t io n; j" ".i . . , r- , CAUlMrr BLirrrcitS In all sizes, many design. i r... to K; for this s:le, p;ilr 75c Have You Visited Our New Ready-to-wear Dept. If not. and you're hot In mind or body, wo brlnR you news of the comfort In store for you. our line of summer suits, finely tailored from thin fabrics. In one or two piece modeis Our beautiful millinery Is all Rreat cmfort to the swelterln R woman. Them, afte r ' attend to your bodily ree.uirements you'll feel Krateful in your mind Mr the trans r, 1 wrought at Colin prices. We've a phenomenal line of all new and stylish w,arinR a W here for your chosl and wc extend to our patrons a most, hearty Invitation to visit this new department. NVe nre proud-Justly proud of It all and we'll be e ven more so to .show ou tho beautiful line now on display at price reducth.ns that will make you proud to purchase and to wear. COME AND LET OUR SALESPEOPLE SHOW YOU THESE SUMMER STYLES AT MONEY SAVING PRICES. fill MISCELLANEOUS NEWS FOR THIS SALE ONLY CALUMET LAUNDRY SOAP, full size bar; T.c value, at 10 bars...25tf TAR SOAP 5c value. Now 3 f..r GLYCERINE SOAP 3 bars In a box at. a box 10f BEST GLOSS STARCH-l-lb. box BON AMI Per eake ......yc SAPOLIO 2 cakes for ltf .inicci ccc TIP MATCHES A pack- nKe containing C 1oxes 1 ! C Infants' Shoes, all colors loC Paints Perfection house paint ready for tho brush. Plenty of colors and tints to choose from Gallons cans ... One-half gallons Quarts S1.25 35c Bed Springs and Mattresses MATTRESSES AT SPECIAL PRICES Cotton top S3.00 Reversible S3. 75 Combination h-.S4.50 P.KI) RPRIN'Otf Wood frame with 3 Iron supports; woven wire; any slzo at S2.G5 Iron frame prlnj?s nt .. . . . S1.G0 Rugs in the Sale 7-0x9 Tapestry Ruga 27x34 Inch Rurs at . ... S9.50 9S0 9x12 Tapestry Rurs at S12 75 Stair Carpet nt only, yard 1-1 f Japanese INrattlngr Rugs. 2 yards wide, for this sale at ...... SI. 43 2-yard wide Linoleum; different pat terns to select from; 11.23 value; during tho sale per running yard, only ' SC? tr T aivflim Banmlk Store 402-404-406 FIFTH STREET 2VET3EC at ey. FOREMOST l CLOTHES IStHLOSS BS0S: fOlTSOIT. MICrt. This Is an offering that can be well called A STAR ATTRACTION, Inas much as these nulls are all new suits, styles and colors are riRht up to the minute. We made a well known clothes manufacturer an offer on a lot of suits that would sell regularly $13.00. I'.ut he "needed the mon " so hero are these brand new hand-tailored clothes all ready for you. They're In all the new popular shades ar.d are worth $15.00. During this sale your choice S10.00 Furnishing Goods for Men AT EXTRA REDUCTIONS READ EVERYITEM. Cotton Gloves at, pair 5f Leather Oloves, worth 50c pnlr.29 r.races. worth 23c; this sale at..l2 Hoys' braces nt Men's Pants, $1.23 value; now, pair 84 Men's $2.30 Pants at. pair. . . SI. GO Iress Shirts. 73c values for....35 Men's single Coats, worth $3.0n. at S1.9S EXTRA SPECIAL Cra vonotte Coat that sil regularly at $10.00, how $4.95 Summer Underwear FOR vnMBN AN1 CHILDREN AT REAL CLEARANCE TRICES. Ladies' flauze Shirts at 10ef Night Gowns at 49 Child's Muslin Drawers at 10 Child's Gauze Vests at m i1 k ij On 1 J j t J if f ? Y y y y y y v. y y y y y y y y y y y y y V t y y y y y y y T- 71 h V "S -1 y y y y y y y y y y y X y y y y y y y y y X 4A- I . i .X. y V size