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THE CALUMET NEWS.
TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1910. ' r Bit r t rWi 9 J:- ft Read's Headache and Neuralgia Powders A speedy and certain cure for nervous and sick headaches. Kspecially recom mended for headache caused from powder smoke. 25 Cents a Box, at VASTBINDER & READ'S l'HAUM.UY 10 years $1: $lu::i.ltf years jsji.:;i b cars 4 years fH'j.:M a years CalS .1 ot ji;.:. Two Dollars a Week Deposited with the First National Bank of Laurium at 3 per cent, interest (c d mpou n dec! 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 DANK FOR ALL PEOPLE ABRANGfMFNTS FOR ST. Jf AN BAPIISTE CELEBRATION HERE In Addition to Anniversary Ob servance Parsonage Also Will Be Dedicated. CONTRACT CLOSED TO TAKE C. & H. BAND TO DETROI MANY VISITORS ARE COMING JU BOARDING . FREE HERE BOARDING FREE HERE Ye 1oarding and oilier Mini of outdoor and, indoor lumber free from knots, warping ami other ddcts duo to por tim ber, bad attempts at "season ing" and can-less liandling. Win n we quote you on first quality, no "seconds" slip in the the wagon load. We Would like to e.-tiinate on your lumber .-pet ilUallons, big or little. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUB3ELL CALUMET HANCOCK BUY YOUR TT - - AT - - SUMMER PRICES dward Uiseth I lev. Fr. Mareeau, of Sehafer, near Fscanaba, I his state, Is expected in I'alumct today or tomorrow, to take part in the dedication of St. Anne's French church parsonage on Thursday morning, on the. same date the scver- il branches of St. Jean liaptlstc socie ty of Houghton will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the organization of the society. Key. Fr. Mareeau is a former priest of St. Anne's church, and Is well known to the congregation. It is expected that there will be at least 1,000 visit ors in Calumet for the dedication cere monies and the celebration of the St. Jean ltaptlste. High mass will be rendered at the St. Anne's church In the morning to be attended by all of the copper coun try St. Jean Itaptlste societies, and following mass the dedication cere mony will take place. ltev. Fr. Foulin of Menominee will preach the anniversary sermon and elebrate mass. He will be assisted by Rev. Kr. lioissonault. and several oth er I'athoiio priests in ine u. i-. Following the dedication services there will be a parade of the societies through the principal street of Hod Jacket. Calumet avenue, and thence to the C. & H. park, where the celebra tion proper will he held. Frank Prim. an will act as grand marshal. The '. & H.. Quincy. Lake Linden, and oth r bands are expected to participate. There will be several floats represent ing scenes from the childhood of St. John the Haptist. Two little boys tend ing a lamb will bo one of the floats. Among those who will speak at the park will be C. O. Olivier. Hancock; A. Cornell ier. Houghton: Charles Thl heau, Ulpley; A. Rouleau. Hancock: F. F. Prince, Lake Linden; Frank M-ayotte, Houghton; J. H. Cloutier, Laurium. Menominee; Rev. Fr. I ji For est of Ressemer, formerly of Calumet: Rev. Fr. Mareeau. Rev. Fr. Raymond, Like Linden, etc. The Hancock members of the socie ty will come to Calumet by special train over the Mineral Range, arriving here at 0:30 a. m., while the Lake Lin den branch of the society will arrive at the Mineral Range depot about the same time on a special car over the Houghton County Traction company's lines. They are to be met by the local society, and a parade formed to the church for high mass and the dedica tion ceremony. At the park throughout the day a number of amusements have been pro vided for. Dinner and supper will be served there, dancing indulged in throughout tin evening, and other fea tures promised, making the day a most enjoyable one. A contract was closed with the C. & H. band last evening by representa tives of the iron and copper country herds of Llks, by which the band was formallv intra!.". d to accompany the Klks of these two districts to the con vention in Detroit next month. Direc tor llamaid will irolde thirty men for the Detroit trip, and the band pro poses to engage In the big band contest to be conducted in connection with the convention. Hy an arrangement which has been perfected, the Iron Mountain Net: a ii nee. Marouette. lslmcmlng and Hancock and Calumet lodges will share the expense of taking the band to Do troit. These lodges will wear the uni forms of minors. The members of the Soo, Fscanaba and Manistlque lodges have decided to attend the convention individually and will not Join tho cop per and iron country herds on tho trip, WOLVES IMPORTED TO GET STATE BOUNTY ON THEM CALUMET TOWNSHIP BIRTHS. The following births wrc reported lo Township Clerk C.eorge Martin this morning: Daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. L. L. H m pio. Oak street. Son, to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Ksuojlch, Temple street. Son. to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C'oquon atta of Raymbaullown. Son, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Fausone, Cambria street. Son, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koche var. of Wedge street. Established 1873. Tl M Till? f- " Merchants and Miners Bank CALUMET, MICH. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 200,000.00 Officers C1IARLKS LRU ICS, President. I'lI KR Rt.TPi:, Vice president. W. I!. ANDLRSoN. V. P. and Mgr. STKITIKN PAl'LL. Cashier. J. D. J A MLS, Ass't Cashier. WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. SMALL DEPOSITS ACCEPTED. S51X3Z: 3XIZ fsaoaassiszscssa State Savings Bank Laurjum Michigan. ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1897 Harry P.erlowlt. has land. Wis., on a visit. gone to Ash- Chamberlain's Stomach ami Liver Tablets will brace up tho nerves, ban ish sick headache, prevent dispond ency and invigorate the whole yMoni. Sold by Irfigle Drug Store. Calumet; Iaurium Pharmacy, Laurium. The state of Michigan paid "out li bounties to hunters and trappers dur lag the year ending June 1. l'.'O'J, a to tal of $5,590 for dea wolves. During the past six'months a total of In., ben paid out for the .line pur- I o?l I? it cheaper for the stab to pay a ocunly of $:', per wolf, as b now -e log don.', or will it be cheat er to j,.y an cNtrt trapper or hunter a v.i 'y In order to rid the upper peninsjU of the pests? That is the question which the biological survey of the de partment of agriculture at Washing ton is seeking to i nswer by sen'in.i into the upjK'r peninsula :n expert t tapper to determine once arid for all what is the best and thcape-t mean 4. In addition P the $2j pounty prd by the state some of the upper penin sula counties ji.y an additional i. mount. Lii.o c. unity adds ?.", Algei ?10, Marquette $2, Ontonagon. Chippewa $! and K woenaw Houghton county used to jmy an ad ditional $l'), bu: thb. practice was di: c nt!mil some t'.ne ago. Prominent sta'.e ndicl.il who arc familiar with the conditions In the upper country differ as to whether the state should pay a bounty. Some state that It Is n good thing,, an tho wolves kill a great many deer In the. course of a year, more in fact, thin do the hunters who annually rush to the northern country to hunt. Others say that the wolves do very little damage and few deer arc killed ly them. One point on which they all seem to agree Is the fact that on ac count of various counties offering an additional bonus, hunters and trappers in manv cn-os carry the animals for distances in order t claim the Ion- bounty In the county where the big gest price H paid. Another point that is raised is that the state of Wisconsin pays but J10 bounty, and one man connected with the state game,. fish and forestry de partment believes that three quarters of the wolves in the state of Michigan paid bounty or were killed in Wiscon sin and brought Into Michigan. BIG LABOR CONVENTION. Fargo, N. D., June 21. Representa tives of the various trades unions throughout Minnesota and the Dako ta, and In largo numbers, were as sembled in this city today, when tho state branch of the American Federa tion of Labor opened its twenty-seventh annual convention. The conven tion will continue Its sessions until all of its business Is concluded, which will probably be late In the week. UNIVERSITY MEN COMING. London. June 21. A large party of university men wilio are to make a tour of Canada and the United States under the auspices of the Htudents Treve'lng bureau sailed today from Liverpool. MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS TO GO INTO CAMP AT HANCOCK Field Day for Purposes of In struction Will be Held Some. Sunday This Month. WILL CARRY OUT MANEUVERS Capital Surplus Fund $75,000.00 $100,000.00 OFFICERS JOHNSON VIVIAN JAMES T. FISHER President Cashier WM. H. THIELMAN EDWARD P. BAST. ViccPresi(int Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Johnson Vivian Wm. H. Thielman F S.Carlton Jas. A. Torrcano Jas. T. Fisher J P. Petermann Jas. MacNaufihton V B ETTER N A BUILT HAIR VSWr 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 PltOTlC Ul Undertaking Arrangements are on foot for a big Held day of the copper country mili tary organizations, which will Include Company (J, of Houghton, Company A. Engineers, Calumet, and the Hancock Naval ltcscrvcs. A meeting of the several Held offi cers and others Interested was held In Hancock last evening, Capt. Jesse D. Meads, Col. W. H. Thlelmanu and oth ers attending from the northern part of the county. It was practically decided to hold the Held day for the troops and naval reserve men on some Sunday In July, the exact date yet to be set. Hancock was looked upon as the most logical place for the meet, and It will likelylbe held at the driving park. The purpose of the Held day will be instruction, ana social teaturcs will b included. The militia and engineer companies and the naval reserves will go into camp, and throughout the day will cany out army maneuvers. The reason that Sunday is most favored is because there would be a large repre sentative attendance of the military and naval bodies. The suggestion for the Held day Is meeting with much favor, officers ami men are becoming enthused over It and it Is likely will become an annual event with the local military and naval coin- panics. LOCAL BREVITIES. Many Beautiful Pat- teres In Liooleum This week we received a very large shipment of pome of the very prettbst patterns and most reasonably priced Llnokumn we have been al.lo to display for ,-ome time. I k over your needs In this line you cannot uffonl to miss seeing our di.pl.,y-the prices are sure to appeal to you. Many different patterns In two-yard widths. 5 to $125 PER YARD Our experienced men lay all Linoleums on your floors without extra charge, 7 y 111 J John Tatchel left for Duluth yester day. James D. Daty returned this week from Milwaukee. Martin Stophanlch has gone to Joliet, 111., to reside. Hat CJuello and Dr. Thometz left yesterday afternoon fop Owosso. Miss Flora CJaecke left yesterday for 'heboygan Falls, Wis., where she w ill , isl:. Miss Cora (Jorllctte has gone to Springfield, III., for the summer vacation. Miss Gill of Champion left for home yesterday after a short visit with friends here. . J. W. Selden, of the First National hank of Calumet, left yesterday for hlcago on business. i Miss R R Page of tho Calumet schools teaching corps, left yesterday; for Plymouth, Ind. I Olaf l'ary of (Minneapolis left for home yesterday after a short visit j with friends in Calumet. j Mrs. LMith Taylor Is expected here; hortly to Join her husband. She Is coming from the western part or Cornwall. John Knox, of the Calumet & llecla, Is building a summer cottage near Mission on the South Shore road. LM- ard Uuseth sent a force of carpen ters to begin operations yesterday. Mrs. Stephen Mahawskl left yester ay for Lead, S. D., where she will Join her husband who left 'Calumet four eeks ago. Mr. Mahawskl has a good position with a band at i'iui. Miss 'M'vrtle Medlyn, who was grad uated from the Calumet & IJocIa hos pital recently, as a nurse, has return id from Chicago, where she has been taking a post-graduate course in the Illinois Training school for nurses. Miss (Irace Wiley has left for Im ark, 111., to spend the holidays. Misses Aiiin Reding and Julia Mac Corinack have left for llostoii, Mass., n mute for Kuropc, -win-re they will pcnd the summer. Supt. Alfred Nlcholls of the Osceola schools, will have the latter part of this week for Itoston, Mass., to attend the National Fducnt ional association meeting, Mrs. Nichols will accompany her husband. The opening of Freda park Sunday was favored with Ideal outing weath er and a large crowd of Calumet peo ple escaped from the heat of the city, and enjoyed the breeze- of tho lake at the park. Music was furnished by a C fc 11. orchestra. Iac la Itdie ami Crestvlew also were visited by many plcnlcers. Carlield King, secretary of tlio Y. M. C. A. of Munlsing, who has been visiting here left yesterday for h,,',,,.. His wife, who accompanied him here, will visit friends in the city for a sli'irt time. SLKi:i'LN CAIt L1NH CAMW1KT TO ST. KJNACR The South Shoro have iiiau'.:iirat-il Through Sleeper Til-Weekly Service between Calumet and St. Ignace, leav ing Copper Country Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays and in the opposite direction leaving St. I rnaco. Tuesil iy:' Thursdays and Saturdays. L! PUTTG UP SCREEN DOORS 't f lit i 4 wsmm Is dmd easy if y u get lliein here. v.'e to U accur.iti ly '') any regu'ar size door, of good seasoned wood, tli.it will not shrink or warp. Any Mulsh, many styles. They keep out the Hies and let in the breeze, thus being a double comfort. Window screens to match of cour.-c. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MIChlGAN ceroid i iiixtf inn 2 &TErara I There will be a special meetinir of CalumetiR LodRe No. 271, R & A. M. Thursday eveningi lune 23rd at7:30o'clock. Work in the M. M. Degree. JOHN D. KKUIt, W. J". GKOKtJH WILLIAMS. Sec'y. 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 n 1 wilier Why not have your Porch and Flower Beds look like this Wheelock Trellis 13 inches wide. only costs, per ft )C Win clock Trellis 13 Inches wide, only costs, per ft Wheelock Flower lied Ouards '22 Inches high, per ft. per foot less In Lj ft. fi' tities. We have never before shown as ilesirabln line and such allies as we now- have In lawn goods, such as mowers, sprinklers, noz zles, reels, watering P's l',nv er bed guard, lawn swings mid hose. Screen Doors Horn $1-00 to $3.00 complete with hardware. Mako your Irch ami veranda .- ..';.. -..r - ii i. ...i, lil.- new nn" ....' iuriuiuiu i""iv Veranda Furniture Taint. True-Ta: Carlton Hardware Comp'y TELEPHONE 164 i ft TT TT XI H Zt) Jffi) IHffldl) rf0 AT JLL JU VMi JJL LL LI JU. LL LI VTXi LX Large line of Hammocks in many desirable color- I more -Crrnr ofrnnnr tt rrn tto v r pillowed and fringed at... ffp sC)) tQj)c 3U Fifth Street P. Ruppe & Sons """"