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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER,' 16, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. NEWS FROM HANCOCK SOMETHING ABOUT BARKOOT SHOWS HERE NEXT WEEK AVere you at the big exhibitions in Chicago, 8t. Ixuls ami ISufTalo? D.i you rcineubbcr the fascinations and charm of the midway or pike? Then vinlt the Hancoik Katies' great ar llvul In llaneock next week uiul you will Mud Btmic of It transK)rted lo our own Hancock. . Again you will hear the amusing ami extravagant speeches of the "bally -boo" man, the clamor and clang of attention arresters, the. music of hIhiw band and orchestra, the crh's of concessionaires calling attention to their wares. There will bo that stimulating dis coid of Hound, that mass of 'brilliant color and light, that good-natured crowd of merry-makers that you re member In the past. Hut this will be a carnival crowd, a laughing, Jolly crowd out for a good time, out to bo amused and to amuse you. "A merry heart doeth good lige a medicine," declares the IHblc. It H better than any medicine for the sys tem. It Is the best tonic In tho phar macopiii of life, rousing th dormant Unties to action, bringing the Hush of health to. the. face and the vigor or tdri-ngth to the body. Dr. Peters says: "It Is the simplest of prescriptions, needing no coni IHiundlng of elements, and Is so eheip that It Is within the reach of all." And the I'.arkoot shows the next week will most assuredly be the best place to lind the recipe. And tho shows? Well, they are ju-t uhout tho best things of their kind that ever rolled Into town on a special train. If those who have seen them In other places know what they are talk ing about, uird they seem to think they do. I id you ever tee a flea circus, a col lection of trained, educated ileas? They will be one of the carnival at tractions. Don't scratch anil smile. The Ilea circus Is a real circus. A pa tient German, I'rof. John Ituhe, has collected and 'trained a lot of fleas, and at his command they do a lot of stunts that will astonish you. They waltz and two-step, play as a lire de partment and police, tfo Juggling, ac robatic feats uiwl fire a miniature can non at work of command, ibesides many other astonishing features. This sound. Improbable, but the Ileas are one of the uti'ongest drawing cards with the carnival. Dr. l'arker's "Four In One" is an other exhibition that always makes good with the ppectator, because his congress of novelties ore the real goods, and please ull who visit their tented pavilion. "While the doctor himself -, an eloquent descriptive lec turer that prides himself on 'being ablo to Interest anyone, from an educated retired person to one that Just falls short of being a subject for the stato insane asylum. Tiny Mite, one of the greatest equine. ( Tiilos In the world is so well known In every center of civilization that a deiH-riptinn Is unneccessary, but for those who have forgotten, he Is that marvelous freak of nature, the small est horse in the world. The tulgluul Dark town Smells, un der the leadership of Comedian "nob" White, are rated as sure enough, high class mirth provokers, musical en chanters and wonder dancers par ex cellence. They pleaso the audience Immensely, and are favorites with the people forever after. Peerless IM,;imie Is another leading exhibition that In jstlnt of grandeur, costly equipment, scenk- and electric splendor, grace and beauty of action and general cmcm'ble, stands without an equal In the carnival world, Man ager Williamu having Just Kpent near ly $:t,000 In perfecting It. Tiie crazy house, vaudeville per formance, big make exhibit, electric palace, penny , arcade, palace of stat uary, other s-liows und riding devices, arc all interesting anu aiiraeinu from the younger and smaller fry to the older ones, even if they have ar rived at the time of life when people point to him with pride as an octo genarian. Meet ns at the carnival sure for we'll ull be there. H. G. PARR IS COMING. COMMITTEES ARE NAMED. Prominent Pythian Expected at Mset- Officers Chosen for Different Part of ing Next Week. 8t. Patrick's Fair. A meeting of the members of th The date .for the opening of the an- Hancock lodge of Knights of Pythias rual fair and bazar for the benefit of will be held this evening to make ar- St. Tatrlck' church has been set for rangements for the big session here October 15. u win i,e nei.i ai me next Friday night when the first rank parish hall and will continue ten days. degreo team , of the Liaurlum lodge I It will bo conducted on a large scale will como to Hancock to exem I and should result In raising a big sum plify the work. Several members of of money for church work. The fol ih r ..,m.-i,ii i.uicro ...Hi nrvomoanv the I lou lno, ladles have been chosen to degree team and the meeting will be I form the executive committee of the one of the biggest held In the copper ladies department: President, Airs, country in a long time. The business M. Confleld; first vie president, Mrs. meeting will be followed by a social Edward Lee; secretary, Mrs. Thomas session and .program. Payn; treasurer, Mrs. J. Rentenbach. 11. G. Parr of Whitewater, V3., a Officers of married ladies' table: member of the supreme lodge and president, Mrs. Richard Dwyer; first general superintendent of the lnsur- vice president, Mrs. George Ruppe; ance department of the Knights of treasurer, Mrs. John Hlcok., Pythias is expected to attend the Unmarried ladles' table, Miss Agnes meeting and will deliver a talk on fra- Looney; Miss Mary Newman, Ml.s ternal Insurance and on the meeting IIannah Rourke. recently held at Milwaukee. Mr. I'arr Is one of tho best posted Insurance men In the United 'States. PIERCE PLAYERS PLEASE. Flower and candy booth, Miss Iref.e Kennedv. Miss Anita Cotighltn nnd Miss May Dwyer. Ice cream department, Miss Alice Morlarty, Miss Hannah Stanton, nnd Mrs. Mackay. Falrv tabic, Mrs. C. Ward. Doll booth. Miss Gerald ine Carrl Jo $ A Great Showing 2f Fall and $ Winter Apparel a c" WE ARE NOW fully prepared for the Fall trade with Complete assortments in every line of K Women's and Children's wear, our lines are made by the best manufacturers in America and sold to us exclu- sively. Prices we need say nothing about as every customer knows that we save him money on his purchases. Presentation of "Sofdiers of Fortune The II. E. Pierce Associate Players Kan. Miss Sarah Flynn and Miss May renewed acquaintances with Han- Kuppe. ... cock ineaxer patrons mm . , , . ... when thev presented -'Soldiers of Mrs. Thomas Cougn.m ana Mr. fortune" to nleased snectators. WI1- i'h Ruppe - 1 III . n....i.1n. nam jossey huu muncne , wrT UFPF VET i fln,i nlonaod LIGHTS NOT HERE YET. .1 .V.n... oil inc pairons. n was . .... . the way through and the scenery Another Delay in Putt ng up Qu.ncy , . t Street lungstens. the company wil, pre City Electrician Cuff and his men sent "The Prisoner of Zcnda." one of have been working aga n t the most popular dramas of Us kind, week In an effort to get the brackets The Roys of Company R" will be for the lamps In po. t on n he ir . n presented tomorrow afternoon nnd poles of Qulncy eet "n t Ime f r tomorrow night when the company the closes Its engagement here. Too piay-i" , ". . ... .... y. Ii.imna in not In tlicm. 1 I1B oik crs will be nt Calumet an nexe wee. .'-" v,. . n nr(lf.rt.,i fnn mmim wiiivii -"- L. 11.1. r.u,r Vinvo licon delayed In transit and have not arrived, ai- ,mii7h thev nre expected most any day. It was hoped tnat mey wou.u a hirn for the opening or me cann- . u.. n.iinci. treet could be 1 1 1 1 F-RONT STREET FILL. THIS COAT $16.50 Broadclotb. all satin lined, light Cttlng Tailored Suits 13.50 to 35.00 Ladies' Coats 8.50 to 40.00 Misses' Coats.... .6.50 to 27.50 Children's Coats 2.50 to 12.50 Skirts . 3.75 to 18.50 Waists 60c to 10.00 Woolen Drnes 10.00 to 25.00 Silk Dresses. 15.00 to 27.50 Children's Dresses ...30c to 5.00 Blanket Shawls.....:.. ..2.00 to 10.00 NEXT WEEK Beginning MONDAY Everybody Invited Come to the Fun Feast HANCOCK EAGLES' GALA WEEK PRESENTING THE FAMOUS k c. mm snows 12 ALL UP AND DOWN QUINCYSTREET UP-TO-DATE, WHOLE- 0 SOME ATTBAUXiuiMo 3 SENSATIONAL FRtf EXHIBITIONS 3 And Several Other Eventy of Interest CHEBOYGAN-Enthu.i.stics Doth Pre., and Public E"dor" jr CHEBOtuah tn , ' , . t wU- the B gge.t and Most Sue- MARQUETTE Fairly Captured Last Week, mo oigs ce.sful Event Held There in Year.. Building of Fifth and Last Wall for Fill I. Due Soon. r:rmiii:illv hut surely the sand and rock deposited In the Front street Hancock's "great white way" for a ibllity that they ra vmi; nvm i v... . . - - - - . cl'mblnc toward the top of the con- win arrive tomorrow but no one is eretr, wall which was recently put certaln. t tx .lava tho r:ivlno will bo .i. u.Ah r,t thn fourth wall eci FCTING PUMP SITE. to start .y building the fifth and last concrete Board of Public Work, and Committee wall for the fill. This summer very J on Junket. excellent progress has been made and Thc Hanrlc' board, of riubllc worKs . . . Mh When k nro?nd water committee of mere nave wen V . ... ... ...n i. th launders Will rlt rvnnCIl met tniS fllU"""'" ine iasi vau i -j : . . . i i. .. in ho lontr lie- I ,v. nr,wn nelectinir a site for me fore the filling of thc ravino will L.rPCtlon of-, pump house.. for -tne lore mt m.mn recently received have been comiucieu. new v.... t iit,il .v vi . iv: fine r?mnmT TAX COLLECTIONS HEAVY. ?. t - f "?,-. . .. ,.l ... nwtvi f .week or DeDuty City Treasurer Had Two or . operated by clec- Three Bu.y Day.. ' ..hi almost donbfo the sup- The past three days were bu of wator fnr the clty.nIt will be one9 for Miss Clara Ingram, deputy I Oration when the big .eltv treasurer. Hundreds of tax- i nmr . under- crmstruc- nnvera left the paying of their taxes mn.rNi. The pump Is now to the eleventh hour again and as us roady for' Installation, . .... i rf tlir (litVB -L I uai mc iai i" " - . v, in with a rusn. grace urnus" Advance showing of BEAUTIFUL Fur - Sets,, Neck" M IOWMWW mmam pieces, 1YJLUJ V TTTVT - -t ' A A- 1 ! 1. 1 WE ARE SiiUWllNU tne greaiesi iiiie a of popular priced Furs in these parts, and at prices that will save you money. Made by the most reliable manufacturers in the country. Every piece of Fur Jrom ($5r00.. d. and up is guaranteed. activities OF ELKS. yesterday was the last day for those ..X.U.. n o vni,i thp navment of four .n .nH Dance Next per cent on their taxes. One day Week Initiation in October Miss Ingram took In over am, made out receipts for that amount. Today finds things quieter at the of fice and It will be so from now on. The boys of St. Patrick's church y ,r h- Pickling Time EWE 'HAVE: Tumeric Mustard Seed Celery Seed Bay Leaves ! i 1 And Other Pickling Necessitie; Metropolitan Pharmacy cnnCPN III ( Jl.IV " JKJf"i' - " livsn , A regular meeting oi m lodge of Elk-, the first . . B. the date of thoir mln- tional convention a c next M)mlay nIght to ,st eveinlng. A this J t 26 Th? how wlu be r fan - n U,ve in the parish hall. October 13. when candidate ... Initiated and a big social se.on I g YigrtiE Brothers.-... The Ladles Industrial societf oi . . . . ,.l the Hancock Congregauonai enum. Mrs. TISSERA MAKES VISIT HERE. . . .. . tr T. T Tlsscra. head oi mc v. in uaieu am. - - . L. lisscra, oiau rnar meeting will ,...,1 ,ot this afternoon with VZ:ZXn ind.; T. n tcZZ Tl,y o,,n e 7 Jamc9 Gmsvc on Church street. A city on his annual trip north. Mr. ther plans for tne winter . TUHora is a native of Ceylon and the ))0 male. . on " -son in the world born In In- The ,nr,t -Xm X iV J.n Is a Shrlner and thirty-sec- formal dances Jby the Wk. will Kv ond lcgrIo Mason Mr. Tlssera . I. en In the temple next Friday evening. 1L.-MU inniiif . re- - ;hentryCreported from the Hoo. He has FRANKLN YOUTH DEAD, made application u, the Carnegie ,rfhn, K the twt,Ve-year- iil man who assisted h.m oId ,0nf Mr..nd JJ . Jacob KalW, at the Boo recently In saving of Krn..K. n , u.. " Thc into. , busint3s session will follow the social cemetery part of the meeting. The double funeral of the late Mrs. Kuotus of lu.llar ilay and her little son, who were killed Wednesday by n Mineral Uaiig train, was held this afternoon. Services were conducted at the Finnish Lutheran church and both bodies were interred in Lakeside FOUND $127.00. T'pon investigation we find we have received $127.00 on a handsome golden oak cased piano. This amount allowed If taken at once. Call and Investigate. Orlnnell liros.. cor. uth and Portland st.. Calumet. X . -i x MAGNIFICENT NEW MUUtLb i I EAGLES' VOTING CONTEST. . thn votes In the Ka gles' carnival contest showed JIN Ida Lakeside cemetery funeral will 'be held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Hev. A. I Heldemann ... s.i..m,t win conduct the services and tho remains will be interred m y I Women's Fell Tailored Suits I Slegel first in the ring contest, w tr . (1 UliJS TTT . miu rinse Cummlngs second am pearl idlver third. For the doll, Alius iManve Callahan was first, Miss Alice Ongli second ami Mlsa Catherine Oli vier t.iird. HANCOCK BRIEFS. RAT J. AND WINTER 1910 " T7p desire to announce to the Millinery Trade that W our FaH and Winter line oi Pattern Trimmed Hats and Mllljneryjklerctianttise is now con.p. in t ....HilThnrnrinti Vnnt 'ill J r. wpmrs av dim nui ouav, ocui, z.u, l , MISS ELIZABETH! LEARY Vertin Bros. Millinery Department Robert O'Shinsky'of Duluth Is call Ing on friends In Hancock. S. A. Cenette wll'l leave next week on a business trip to New York. Al. relto has returned nome n tcad City. South DaKoia, The Fair store will open for busi ness In the C.ermanla hall building tomorrow morning. nnro K. Rasmusscn nnd James King of Crystal Tails nre visiting Mr. and Mrs. V.. D. Cuff. Dr. Hall had the misfortune tr. fal. down a stairs one day this week and dislocate his shoulder. tr V.. Orace Orannis of the milli nery department of the Cartner store i it urned today from Chicago. There will be free dancing at Klec- , 0 T t ? y y y y y y y I. AT Several styles to select trom. One model is made of the new soft toned broadcloth, with man-tailored stitching; 34 inches lon, yarn dyed, satin lined. SKIRT, the new close-clinging pleate(1 stvlc ALTERATIONS ARE FREK SAVING FROM $2 to $4 Extra Special for Thursday Just received a lot of 115 Tailored New Fall Walking bKIKIi Salesmen's samples, only 2 or 3 of a kind, hne panamas in black and navy, $7.50 values for . trie park tomorrow evening with mu sic by the Calum-t & Hecia orcnes tra. Thp Misses Jean y Macdonald nnd nnnf,r Lnssey leave this aricrnoon for Oberlln to resume their str.rties at the college. Hev. Mandus p.arrctt. pastor of the, j Calumet Congregational church, will ,,,nv the pulnlt In the Hancock Con. gregatlonnl church, Sunday" morning and evening. HANCOCK "The Big Store" GAME PPf III I Swim t ' - S 1 1 GARTNER'S I CALUMET j "The Fashion" 'I' J-f 'i'".; i i n'l