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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, , 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS.
wills
Absolutely Pure
Tho only baking powder
made front Royal Cropo
Cream of Tartar
Ho Alum, Wo Lime Phosphate
F.USI1MAN CLASS IN HIGH
SCHOOL IS A LARGE ONt
ONE OF OLDEST FRATERNAL
S0CIE1IES LOSING GROUND
While the Michigan members of the
Ancient Order of United Workmen,
which wus ut 0110 time the strongest
fniternal society In tho Btate, reached
the climax of their troubles more than
ft year ago, members In other states,
where the society was ut one time
very strong, uro now having difficul
ties. At tlie time the Michigan grand
lodge went out of cxlstciK-c, several
of the members In this region trans
ferred their! membership to tho !-
prcnie lodge and they arc still keep
ing up their insurance.
In Illinois, where the organization
was for several years stronger than
In any other state In the union, many
people are talking of bringing suit
against the society, in an effort to rc
cover claims that should have been
paid more than a year ago. It la re
ported that the organization Js behind
nearly $100,000 In death claims.
The supreme officers of tho organl
zatlon recently had a conference with
iir IVficcn. and they are now
trying to convince tho governor that
the society will be able to satisfy all
claims If tho subordinate lodges of the
btate meet their obligations. -The so
etetvh.-iM been operating In Illinois
idnce ISflS. Tho constitution provld
ni fnr tt maintenance of a state
grand lodge, which was to have con
trol of the society's business throug
out the state. It is said that the pros
ent trouble in Illinois will not In any
way Interfere with the workings of
ih onnrfmn lndeo and any seme
I LAURIUM I
The freshmen class which entered
th nigh school this semester contin
ues to grow and promises to bo a rec
ord breaker In size before Its growth
ceases. Lu to the urcscnt tlmo the
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cldetj gain over-the freshmen class tnent that Is made for tho benefit of
of last year. Ail the courses of fho the beneficiaries will have to do cu
school ure being taken uu by the var- ected within the Btate
loiiH members of the class while flvn M.'iVh f the trouble In Illinois has
of tho number are taking special been started through the attitude of
work. The Latin course leads In pop-I'lhe state Insurance department, ant
. .. . . ... - ! Mi ik nnn.1 loilcn he
uiaruy, naving n total or &4 pupus tne omeeia ui m
out .of the entire class; the eommer. lleve that Borne of the old lino insur
elal and . manual training courses ' ance companies arc behind the move
come second with 30 students each; ment to put them out of business.
i .1 ... . .1.- T.-ni. i i.i ton iion of the nearly $100
II UIIIU NIU BlilllUt 1MB J'IIKIIBII I je oi .. -----
course, numbering 23; while the en-UoO that Is. now payable on account
It 1.4 raid tho HCviTrv;:e t on 'I'ionj in
ome parts of loiuiium arc not ail
what tluy (.heuld 'be from a sinl'ary
in int of lew, und the Civic euumlttcc
of tlie Calumet Woman's chf, which
has had tlii.i tU'iJect in mil d for some
time, has prepare J a pctltl.m to have
the nevveragij wherever exposed cover
ed so that cows will be prevented from
coining Into contact with It.
The livlo committee . tatcs tlie peti
tion will be circulated among the tcmI-
lents for the general bciieiU of the
community. It 1 believed that much
KickncKH la due to unsanitary condi
tions, and If the sanitary sewers are
covered, and made Impost Ible for cowi
In pasture to get at them, there will
ho noticeable reduction In thn
amount of pUkness in the village.'
The petition after It has been iHsrned
will be presented to the council for
action.
Milk is said to be a great coin yor
of disease, provided the mvcyxary san
itary steps are not taken, open sower
ire dangerous when 2-razlivjr cows can
cet at them, and It is believed that
when the village fathers receive the
petition, tcps will bo ta'kcn to remedy
tho trouble.
glneering course has twelve members
to Its. credit. The school authorities
are greatly plclised over the large
number taking the Latin course, as
tho majority of the students taking
up this brunch of work, will go on to
higher places of learning on the com
pletion of the four year course here.
' Another largo Increase has been
noticed In tho number of tuition stu
dents in the high school this year,
their total numbering 124. They arc
distributed nmonft tho classes In tho
following numbers: Seniors IS; Jun
iors, 17; Sophomores, 39; Freshmen,
45; and Special, G. These pupils aro
from outlaying districts and are
called -jpon to pay a tuition fee.
The high school attendance still hov
ers around the C30 mark, although
icw students are being dally enrolled.
TO PLAY GAME AT MOHAWK.
It has been practically decided that
the post-season cricket game between
tho Mohnwk team, champions of the
Topper Country League, and an all
star team, composed of the best
cricketers in the other tennis will bo
played at Mohawk, one week, from to
morrow. A meeting of the executive
committee of the league will be held
early next week, at which time tho
personnel of the all-star team will be
decided upon. ' It is expected tho con
test will be a very interesting one,
ns It is generally conceded that Mo
liawk has the strongest team that has
won the championship since the In
troduction of the game into the cop
per country.
The C. & II. nnd Tamarack teams
will play a postponed game on the
Tamarnck pitch tomorrow afternoon.
The following Is the line-up of the
C. A'lt. team: T. Polkinghorne, W.
Venning. L. Cadwell, F. Osborn. W. T.
Martin. T. Kill". T. Ivey, J. Ivey. V.
Hocking. T. Drew and N. F. Kaiser;
reserve. R Elliott; umpire Illcks, and
scorer Vincent.
0 CIRCULATE PfTIIION TO
BETTLR SANITARY CONDITION
REV. HEAIEY ON DETROIT
H. E. CONFERENCE PROGRAM
CALUMET & IIECLA MINER DIES
OE INJURIIS REC'O AUG. 30
All of the copper country pastors
Intending to be present at. the De
troit M. K. conference, which will
convene In Detroit Wednesday morn
ing of next week, will have to leave
hero Sunday night if they expect to be
present at the opening sessions. Some
have already left.
Hev. A. E. llealy and wife, and Rev.
W. M. Ward and wife will leave Sun
day nlght fox Detroit, and It is ex
pected that other copjier country min
isters will leave at the same time.
Hev. llealy of the Osceola M. E.
church, has been signally honored, he
having been asked by the conference
to deliver a paper Wednesday after
noon of next week the opening day
of the conference on, "Js the Work
Ingman Rcspon.slve to the Appeal of
the Church?"
Itev. W. M. Ward, Rev. A. K. llealy.
Rev. I. Willcox, Rev. S. J. I'olklng
horne, of the Lnurlum, Osceola, Cen
tennial and Kearsarge M. R churches,
as well as Rev. J. II. McCune of the
Tamarack M. R church, have all re
ceived Invitations to return again
next year, nnd It is believed cveryono
of them will bo re-appointed.
The vacancy In the pulpit of the
Calumet M. R church, acknowledged
to be one of the best In the state, will
be filled by the ((inference. Just who
will be appointed is a matter of conjecture.
PURE FOOD AND PURE MEDI
CINES. mean better, healthier, happier peo
pie. It has been proved, however, that
all medicines are not adulterated and
worthless nny more than aro all food
products. '
The wheat has been sifted from the
chaff, and such medicines a LyH
R rinkham's Vegetable Compound,
which is made from roots and herbs
and complies with nil conditions of
the Pure Food and Drugs Ijiiw. will
continue to hold its place as the
standard American remedy for fe
male ills.
nf rith claims Is due from the guar
antee fund of the Buprenjc lodge, but
ttio trensurv of the supreme organl
Qion la temooraly depleted, largely
through Internal friction, on account
of which the state grand lodge has re
. .iiist .notifv for the su
luseo i" .im.
preme lodge guarantee fund.
You ran buy a beautiful high ton
nrL-nn. Estcv make, cost when new
Oil. now $27.50. Easy payments
Orlnnell Urns., 119 r.th st., Calumet. X
SOCCER FOOTBALL HERE
Popular English Gam Will B Play
ed in Calumet.
There is some talk of playing Soc-
rr football in Calumet this fall
number of ex-ponents of the game
...in in the near future, and un
,w the direction of P. D. Sherwood
. . In tho Y. M. C. A.
pnysicni iiioio". - --
-m trt nut for practice.
Soccer football Is one of the most
scientific game- f football. The ball
is never handled by tho piayer un
less It goes outside the field of play,
nnd then only to throw it back again.
Tho feet and head are used exclusive
ly In Ihis enmr, .both in passim and
advancing the bWT It I- a spectacu
lar game, and takes well with the
American public, especially In the east
and west where it Is meeting with
general favor.
There are n number of expert play
ers In Calumet, and It Is said that a
strong team of eleven players could
bo organized. If a local team Is form
pd, matches will be arranged with
other teams in the copper country.
You are Invited to attend the big
fall exhibition of Fashions and Fabrics
for -Men and Hoys at the Gfcis Rlock
Store. .Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 19th
and 20th. . 263
LARGEST POST CARD.
Man Senda One 26x38 Inchet, Paying
$120 for Stamps.
Fnld. Okla.. Sept. 16. WJiat Is be
lieved to ho the largest postcard ever
mailed wa, sent today to a firm of at
torneys in Austin. Tex. The card Is
twenty-six Inches hm. thirty-eight
Inches wide nnd weighs a fraction less
than' four pounds. It was sent by
Isaiah Armond or Enid who, having
written rcv'ccal letters to the law firm
and receiving no reply, determined to
get an answer or be satisfied the com
munication reached its destination. He
had the card made by a printing com
pany. It Is as large as tstal regula
tions permit and required $1.20, for
stamps.
f HoiiL'hton County will
,iyve soberly and carefully W the next four
months you win Deaoic -
1 1 1 uo
: if you will for one year therenfter live frugally and par
caah tor llt you buy. this district will experience a REAti
BOOM, auch os It never knew before. . -
' nyou will pursue the above plan for five year, this will
be "eTost prosperous: community in the world.
.you can all be well-to-do. Here are the .lx rule. of. the
game: SAVH SOMETHING. 'r
PAY YOUR DEnTS.
UUY FOR CASH.
DISCARD THE STORE COOK.
GET A BANK ROOK.
INVEST CAREFULLY.
First National Bank
A ma- ...frj.fr
Ur iL.umt.t ,
H .elp you achieve wea
1th.
REV. ROMSDAHL ATTENDS
Charles Frlckson, u miner, aged
49 years, died lat night about 8
o'clock ut the C. & 11. hospital, from
Injuries rectlvAl while at work In
the Red Jacket shaft branch of the
mine on August 30, through falllns
down a slope.
Kill knon was a married man, and Is
survived by a wife and three chil
dren, residing on Waterworks street,
I'.lne Jacket. The funeral will be held
Sunday afternoon, with services at
the Swedish Lutheran church, and in
terment In IJiko View cemetery.
Coroner William Fisher Impanelled
11 Jury this morning for the purpose
of Inquiring Into tho circumstances
of the man's death. It was nscer
I talned that wiille proceed in- up a
stope, Krhkfon missed his footing
and rolled to the bottom, mst-ilulng
I .1 fractured skull and injuries to oth
er parts of his body. The Jury re-
turned a verdict of accidental death.
In conformity with the evidence.
lo
Society -Brand
Norwegian Lutheran Pastors Are i
Session at Eacanaba.
According to u' prearranged pro
gram, tho pastors Included in tho
membership of the Marlnetto district
of the Norwegian Lutheran church
gathered In Escanaba yesterday and
yast evening held tho first of u series
of evangelistic meetings In tho Nor
wegian Lutheran church, of which
Rev. Rernsten Is pastor. I
, The meetings will continue through
Friday, Saturday nnd Sunday. Last
evening Rev. S. Romsdahl of Calumet,
and Rev. E. O. Larson of Marinette
were the speakers.
On Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock
Rev. N. llalvorsen of Colfax will
preach the sermon and tho closing
meeting will be held Sunday ovenlnr.
when each of the visiting clergemen
will give a short address and tho male
Octette of tho lacol church will sing.
The Marinette district of the Nor
wegian Lutheran church Includes the
pastors and congregations of that de
nomination' In Escanaba; Calumet,
Ironwood nnd Hancock, Mich, and
Neenah, Wittenberg, Peshtlgo and
Marinette, Wis.
All menil'iis of the Four Tents are
reiucvtd to meet Sunday n-ornin:,' nt
'J: la) to attend divine service at the
Salvation Army.
Alf. RkhanK Supt.
T A. Chapman company, Milwau
kee, are exhibiting their fall line of
tines. Car net:: and Draperies at the
r..l..mil II, .1.1 thlii week. A vicit of
hmpecth.n l ioli ited. Karl von K.ia.
Matthew iMcCray, representatives.
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ATTENTION ! ! !
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LAURIUM BRIEFS.
4. 4. 4. J. .5. .J. .5. !
The H-yoar-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Weir of Laurium, was badly
burned aljout the faco recently by the
premature explosion of powder used
in taking u llashllght j.leture. The
boy lost his sight temporarily, but It Is
believed he will not be aflVted permanently.
Oeorgo Olon sustained a .bad fall
from his bicycle recently through col
liding with a telephono joIe on Ciilu
met avenue. He was rendered uncon
scious by the hock.
Miss Jean Wright has left for Cleve
land. O., where sho will enter a con
servatory of music.
Mrs. E. I ML Delf of Maniuette, mother
f Vm W. Delf of Laurium, Is visiting
here.
IM.'iss .Mabel Reynolds of Iaurlum,
leaves tonight for Albion College to
study music. ML Reynolds planned
to leave Wednesday evening but wa
detained by illness.
Charles J. Morrison has returned
from a business trip to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Stevens are hero
from Iowa jiolnts, on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. William Drnyer and
daughter of Chicago, arc visiting In
Laurium.
A son has been born to Mr. and
Mrs. John Templa, of First street.
Rev. Samuel Olander and wife, the
latter formerly Miss Anderson,
daughter of Contractor and Mrs.
Charles A. Anderson, arrived In Cal
umet this morning from their honey
moon trip, which was spent In Eu
rope. They will spend about one
week here, nnd will then leave for
Hutte, Mont., where Rev. Olander has
charge of a parish.
MEETING HELD AT MOHAWK.
An Interesting inciting was con
ducted by En-Jb;ii Symmoi". agisted
by tho members of the Red Jacket
corps of the Salvation , Army, in Mo
hawk last night. Tho meeting was
held in St. C.eorge's hall, which was
crowded. The trip was made to Mo
hawk in a special ear via tho Hough
ton County Traction company. Tho
band accompanied the party, and
played selections both en routo and
during tho special services.
mm
Clothes for Young Men
and Men who stay young
Our Pall line of these Suits and Over
coats is in, the swcllest line wc
have ever shown.
Brown mixtures in checks and stripes
and neat effects.
Society Brand Clothes
are different, and we
want you to see them.
Cam(M 1910 IMDNfartU
LOOK
IN OUR
WINDOW
Eft feta & Ma
CALUMET
HOUGHTON
CARD OF H1IANKS.
I desire to thank the many kind
friends and neighbor who assisted me
during my late pad bereavement. 1
pecially do H thank Rev. Ward and all
those who sent the 'beautiful Moral of
ferings. , Such kindness will ever be
remembered. ,r
2f.S ... Jdrs. James T. Morcom.
Love: of gMd music and dancing.
the Tamarack Hand art starting their
l'roiuerades. .The lrt promenade of
tbc season will b" held 1 ur 1 ly ev n
in- tho 17lh. Dining the vacation
K4.;:i- 11 tl:ty have procured some of lb-'
i -...I l...i n iiklo. Tlli'V 1 X.M'.'l t
make a great kucccss of their Prom
enades tlia yeasoii and It hmks like
their c::p. - tat ions will ome true for
everybody ctuiii' to le glad they are
coming, 'i ".e management of the band
have eii:;:u:ed Al A.bott to en'erlaln
tho da peers while they rest, with some
of the latest son;r hits. Al don't get
enough ringing- at the liljou no after
he Mnishcs hl3 duuts there, he hurtlo'
to the Armory. Fvcrybedy is guar
anted a good time.
Note:
Time Eight o'clock.
Dace Armory.
C.iri Anybody's.
MALT
HOPS and
PURE WATER
Cleanliness everywhere in its
manufacture, ,nd knowing
how to brew and bottle it,
makes our Beer a good drink
for;.ll.
Can be had in quart and pint
bottles.
Get Your SIsighs Repaired M
All kinds of repairing done. It
is time to get your slelshs out nnd
look them over. Wc have first-class
painters, blacksmiths, etc., in our
shops and would be pleased to han
dle your work. The time Is fast
approaching when Blelghs will be
needed and in order to avoid any
rush, bilng them early. We will
guarantee the rest. Expediency,
efficiency and firet clais work our
motto.
All work done at reasonable
charges. You know the place. .We
do the work.
Special attention given to horse
shoeing by first-class workmen.
James McHardy
7TH ST., CALUMET.
The New INNER
PLAYER Piano
With the 88 note Tracker Board .The Miniature
I'ieumatic Keyboard, Solo Aid, Transposing Device,
Wriit Rest and Lever Cover,and Pedal Leverage is
the most simple and yit most complete player Piano
on the market today.' . r
With the aid of the above named Patented Devices
all of which are to be found ONLY in the INNER
PLAYKR the operation can express the. most diffi
cult music in a prefectly natural way.
Any interpretation that is desired CAN be given
and there is no reason for anyone failing to interpret
music properly except thru carelessness.
I lie Alinriture Pneumatic Keyboard gives a per
fect .HUMAN TOUCH and with the aid of the
new "choker', and the Pedal Leverage the operator
can gain absolute control of the expression in a short
time.
The name INNER PLAYER is copyrighted and
applies only to the player-piano made bv our company.
In the Copper Country it is sold only in our branch
stores. We will gladly demonstrate this wonderful in
strument to anyone who is interested.
If you have an Upright piano or another player we
will take them in exchange as part payment.. Easy
terms on balance. Prices from $500 to$l,000.-"
The Cable Piano Co.
115 5th St. Phone 420 R. W. Wilson, Mgr.
ETC
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500 New Fall Woolen showing the
actual fabrics and 60 new la.-hlon
tdatcs from which to choose tho style
you wisn. xou can n naw ywm
measure taken for a suit or overcoat
an expert tailor. At tho Glas
I Mock Store. Monday and Tuesday
K.Mt 19th and 20th. 269
WILL OPEN FALL SEASON.
Sanquet and Social Session to Mark
X-Ray Club's Meeting.
The first regular meeting of tho X-
Rav Club of the Y. M. C. A. will be
held next Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the association building. It
will take the form of a banquet and
social session, and a fine program of
short talks has been prepared. Lunch,
eon will be served at 7:30 o'clock and
the program will be followed by a
short business session.
The X-Ray club was organized Nat
February. It is ft literary club, its
purposes being to follow all kinds of
literary work, but so rar tne pro-
crams have consisted largely of de
bates. At the first business meeting
this month, offlcera for the ensuing
term will be selected.
I Mill I All II
SCHEUERMANN '
.. BREWERY S-l-G-N-S
aaaaV iunr of ALL rf'
Telephones in all Copper DESCRIPTIONS i
Country Town. -
Chicago Decorating Co.
BU3 , PHONE NORTH 337 j U
II V A lSXi rv III
if Attention Kodakcrs! j"
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
A Free Demonstration
OF THEH
ID)
aim
end
Heaters
AT OUR STORE-
You can buy a beautiful high top
organ. Kstey make, cost when new,
ll'S.on. now $27. R0. Kasy payments.
Orlnnell T.ros., ll! f.th st Calumt. X
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 15th-16th-17th
A representative from tho factory of the "Moores stove will be
present to show tho working pirts of the ranges and heaters. A
lady demon trator will alo he present to demonstrate the baking
qualities of the ranses.
Come In nnd look ut our display of stoves even If you have no in
tention of buying.
Laurium Hardware Co.
HECLA ST.
General Hardware Dealers.
LAURIUM, MICH.
PHONE 83 NORTH.
Eastman Kodak Company will give an in
structive and entertaining demonstration at
the
Y. M. C. A. HALL
Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 19-20
Afternoons 2 to 6. Evenings 8 to 10
Bromide Enlarging, Developing, Printing and
Mounting.
Call for programs and information at
EAGLE DRUG STORE, Red Jacket
LAURITJJDI PHARMACY, Laurium
Dtilnlli, South Shore & Atlantic Ry,
Excursion Bulletin
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J Sept. 14 to IS, G. A. R. National Encamp
ment. IKTROlT, TOLEDO, Cleveland and llufTalo, Sept. 14-16-18-21, Popu
lar Tall Excursions by Rail and Lake; Usual Low Fares.
KA8TERX CANADA. New York and New EnRland States, Summer
Tourist Fares. Tickets on sale every day to Sept. 30.
ORAXD RATIOS, MICH., Sept. 10-12, West Michigan State Fulr. '
DETROIT, MICH., Sept. 17-1V State Fair.
IIOIT.IITON'; MICH., Sept. 27-30. Copper Country Fair.
One Way Colonists nnd Round Trip llomeseekers Fares to West
ern States and Canada. .;, . ,
Tor full particulars call on Ticket Agents

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