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TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911. "
THE CALUMET HEWS. 5 IQIO This year has been a sore disappointment to many of us. We all hoped our rtnanelU ilia. If Kit ulono. would cure themselves right pcedllv Put the sickness was more serious than we thought, ami now we have, called In good old Doctor Time, the family physician, alio In the pant has always pulled us through. Doctor Tima hi lags with him a specialist In nervous diseases of world-wide reputa tion. E. Conomy, M. I- Together they have diagnosed the case and havo promised that If we will follow tho course of treatment pre scribed for the year we will surely recover nnd In a year from today will be upon our f(.rt again. Dr. R Conomy Is prescribing a drug which he calls 'Savings-Habit." It Is a great success and hag cured millions of rases. It has saved whole nations from distraction. The treat ment Isn't pleasant to take nt llrst. but you get used to it after n, while and then you rather liko It. In order to help the universal spread of this great remedy tho First National Dank of Calumet has provided all the necssary apparatus to dispense the drug, you can't afford to be without It. Remember it has preventive as well as curatlvo properties. , ID NEWSBOYS AT "SPREAD" YOUNGSTERS ENJOY FINE DIN NER PROVIDED BY. B. BARN HAM OF DYE WORKS LAST NIGHT. I ffho newsies of Calumet wero dee- Those Pretty Calendars ARE WORTH FRAMING!!!!! Bring- them now while they jro clean, We know how to frame them right at a very little cost to you. We are open evenings. . ' THE PENINSULA ART STORE 441 Fifth St, Cor. Pine Phone 503-J1 CALUMET THEATER A.L. Cooley Prop & Mgr LAURIUM'S NEW HOME OF AMUSEMENT LATEST -AND- SONGS Chang of ProgramTUE: DAY, THURSDAY, SATUR DAY and SUNDAY The only real place of amutement for all the people In Laurlum. Compare Pianos Compare Terms A. B. Chase Story&Clark Schiller A B. Chase, Story famous "Cecilian" PEOPLES PICTURES STORY & CUR K PI Art 0 jlj 3t Nothing but well known and absolutely Reliable Tlanos are of red here and we guarantee complete satisfaction. If you feel In- 10 nelp pay the Manager and agents nnd other expenses or "progressive" Piano houses that's your privilege. If you would Or Lao.. . . . T- - 1 . VlA flit line !,.. . .. . n--, inui exira in your pocket men see us. uou i in mo smooth words of an ngrnt or salesman prevent you from getting tlMf'Oa ... .. .... . V11 ,lur cxinicni line or pianos. HERMANN'S lighted with thoWg :inruer Hert Hurn liarn of tho Calumet bye Works, ten dered them last nln'ht. '.Mr. Ilarnham 'banqucttcd c'bout 140 ncwlM.ys, and It wan mo of the most royal "feeds" they ev r enjoyed. There wa. an nOundanco of turkey, cran'.K'r ry sauce, v otaMiN, coffee, . W)ft drinks, pies, oranges, apples and can dy, an I the smiling and contenlwl faces of tlx boys as they filed out of the building after supper, was all the proof needed that -Mr. l'-art'lium and hi assistant had catered to the boys In a most atl factory manner. CJoorgo Shulz was present and took a flashlight .picture of the scene, which will bo reproduced into newspaper cuts and ipu'hlished. Aiinong those present to a.-slst Mr. Uariihu.ni entertain, were President Frank Pehuinalur and wife, IMar bhaj Trudell and wife, K. Llebleln nixl'wife, John Chapman and wife, A. II. Uonvarno and wire, Mr, llarrett, Ml-s Km ma ll-nsa. Rev. D. PJalker, Harry Scott, James Uurrill and rep resentatives of the local pres.. Fol lowing the "banquet. i.V". and .Mrs. p.arnham entertained the ladies and gentleman who had so kindly assisted rhem. E. L. WHITTAKER PROMOTED. Will Bs Superintendent of Duluth Branch of Prudential. E. I Whittaker, ' superintendent of the upper peninsula branch of the Prudential Insurance1 Co., recently re turned from the east, having been or dered to report at tho home office of the company. While there he was ten dered the Buperintendncy of tho Du luth branch, which he has accepted. Mr. Whittaker came to Calumet from Duluth a little over two years ago. He had a minor position with tho company at that time, and his ap pointment to Duluth is an acknowl edgement of his successful work here. Mr. Whittaker will assume his new duties on Jan. 7. and his family will follow him to Duluth a week later. LAGENBACH RE-ELECTED-. The directors of the Calumet Chem ical Works held their nnnual election Thursday night. The following offi cers were chosen; President, J. ' A. McGulre, Ford River; ' vice-president. Horace D. 'Glbbs, Perkins; treasurer, Napoleon LaIorte. Rwunaba; secre tary, John A Stromberg, of this city. Albert Lagenbach was re-elected gen eral manager of the establishment. The meeting developed the fact that some two hundred and forty people of Delta county own stock In the cor poration. Fscanaba Mirror. Prices Compare Then Decide for Yourself when you buy a Piano here you pay for the Piano and nothing else. We have no high salaried manager. We haven't a squad of "agents" 'canvassers' ana we nave no rents to pay. We have eliminated these and all other Items of expense nnd there are many more and the pur chaser here gets the benefit which means you Save $75 to $100 More than a months salary to the average man. Cable & Son J. F. Corl Pease & Clark and the PLAYER-PIANO .... v ... , .u- 109-111 Fifth Stree Calumet, Mich. tcDTON1GHT a FOUR CANDIDATES IN THEFIELD NOW W. J. GALBRAITH ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR NOMINATION FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE AT PRIMARIES. Attorney W. J. Calbraith. of the firm or liulhralth and MeCurmlek, has made formal announcement or his cun dldaey for the nomination for circuit Judge on the Republican ticket at the judicial primaries to be held In March. While Mr. flalbraith'a announcement will not come as a surprise to hjs friends, still it will be news to the gen eral public ut large. Mr. Oalbratth's public announcement makes the fourth to enter the race for the nomination, the other three being Judgo Albert T. Streeter, the present Judge, Prosecuting Attorney W. J. MacDonald, and Attorney O. J. Ijarson, of Duluth, formerly prosecuting attor ney of this county. Mr. Calbraith has resided in this county for the past twelve years, and up to a-few years ago took an active part in politics. He was born In Montgomery coun ty, Ills., Nov. r, 18C6, of Scotch-Irish parentage. He was graduated from the Illinois State Normal university In 1S99 nnd held the position of principal of a high school in Illinois for three years. Determined to seek the law ns a profession, Mr. Oalbraith entered the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor In tho early 'nineties and was graduat ed from the law deiartment of that institution In 1894. For one year after leaving the Michigan university Mr, Galbralth held a position as principal of schools nt Little Rock, Ark., and during the next three years was en gaged as Instructor In Knglish in the Wisconsin State Normal school. In State Legislature. Mr. Galbralth began the practice of law In Calumet during July, 1898, nnd Immediately attracted attention by his energy and worth. In 1902 he was mentioned as a candidato for represen tative from this district, the first dis trict of Houghton county, to the state legislature and was elected in the fall of that year. He served that term, the session of 1903, and the following two. 1905 and 1907. During the session of 1903 Mr. Galbraith was chairman of the committee on village corporations and during the sessions of 1907i and 1907 was chairman of the committee on general taxes. During his three terms he was a leading member of the judiciary committee nnd also held the reputation of being the most forceful debator In the house. PRETTY HOME WEDDING. Killmar-Smith. Nuptials. Solemnized Last Saturday Evening. In the last hours of the year 1910. Saturday evening. Miss Marion Elmlna Killmar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucius W. Killmar of Calumet, became tho bride of Melvln Hrudner Smith of Detroit, the wedding taking place at the home of the bride's parents at 126 Calumet nvenue. Rev. L. K. Long of the Calumet Congregational church performed the ceremony, a specially prepared responsive two ring service. Miss Kffle Smith of Vassar college, a sister of tho groom, acted as brides maid, while Harry Killmar, a brother of the bride, aupiortcd tho groom. Tho ceremony was very pretty. The bride waa led to the waiting groom by the father of the bride, and the two were preceded by three cousins of the bride, little Lenore Gardner acting as ring-bearer and carrying the rings in a rose, and the Misses Edna Merton and Margaret Anderson as rlbbonbear ers. Mendelsohn's wedding; march was played by the Calumet & Hecla or chestra. The bride wore a gown of white satin with marabou trimming nnd car ried a shower boquet of lilies of the valley. Miss Smith, the bridesmaid, wore a gown of white satin draped with Marquisette and carried a boquet of American beauties. The house was attractively decorated In green, red nnd white. Southern smllax and Poln settla roses figured principally In the decorations. The bride Is a graduate of the Calu met high school and Oberlln college. The groom Is a nephew of Senator Charles Smith of Hubbell, where he resided a few years ago. He is a grad uate of the University of Michigan and Is now proprietor of a drug establish ment on Woodward avenue, Detroit. The couple left Saturday evening for Detroit where they will make' their home. They will be "at home" after February 1. Artesian Well Water Choice Malt and Hops, and 'Know ing How' to brew it, makes Bosch's Beer the purest and best money can buy. Do you use it? Order a ca today. All Mil 11 BOSCH BREWING CO. Telephones Im All Copper Country lownt PARENTS WORRIED OVER H.E. MARTIN SEND TOUCHING LETTER TO CHIEF OF POLICE OF MENOM INEE RELATIVE TO HIS WHEREABOUTS. Friends of H. R Martin, formerly of this city, who tried to hang himself In one of the Menominee pinks last summer, shortly after he left this city and who disappeared soon afterward, are still trying to locate him. Mr. Mar tin was a carpenter by trade and work ed In this city for some months, finally leaving Calumet. Soon after, he was prevented from taking his own lfle, by Chief Knglish of tho Menominee police who later secured a promise from him that he would endeavor to secure work and make an honest living. Later a letter was sent to the young man's parents, telling them of the circum stance and of the promise mad-. That he has failed to write to his parents and Is still a source of much worry to them, Is shown by the following letter that has Just been received by the Menominee Chief of Police. The letter Is from the boy's fath er, Edward Martin .and bears the fol lowing dateline, "Tho Gardens, Oor- ran-Cornwall, Rngland." "We thank you very much for the letter you so kindly sent us about our son, H. R Martin. It has been a kind of comfort to us to know what he promised you. We know so little about American ways and means we scarcely know what further steps to take In the matter. A few months since I came across I met an American artist on our coast and he told me there had been an exhaustive census taken In America during the last sum mer ami he thought we might be able to get some Information from that source provided he had not altered his name. The foreign office suggested that we might employ Pinkerton's agent at a cost quite Iwyond our means, and I think I told you that we had put the matter In the hands of the Salvation Army without result. They were looking for. him In Chic ago. ; "It was extremely kind of you to an swer our letter yourself. We thought perliaps you might have a child of your own and we enclose an order for 5 shillings which would buy a little Christmas present for It. 'We also thank you for promising to do any thing In your Tovvvr' to help us find him. We would like.1 to know to whom we should apply to get Information about tho census, 'if you think it is any use to do that, we should like to know how to proceed to find If he Is In Wisconsin or Michigan. " "Hoping you will forgive our many Inquiries in what Is a great trouble to us. We remain, etc. etc." WOLF BOUNTY REPEALED. Keweenaw County Will No Longer Pay an Extra $15. One of the prepositions taken up by tho board of , supervisors at Its meeting on Tuesday wag the matter of laying an extra $15.00 In addition to tho $25.00 now allowed by the state. It was decided to repeal the ex tra bounty. The county has been al lowing this extra $15.00, while the ad joining counties of Houghton, llarag; and Ontonagon have leen paying but tho $25.00 fixed as a state considering the proximity of the other counties might lead people from those counties Keweenawwards with their wolf pelts so while the members or the board of supervisors of this county, wish to do everything they can to exterminate the pests, they do not feel that they wouli be doing Justice to the taxpayers If tho temptation were mny longer held out to send pelts here that may have been taken in other counties. Ke vveenaw Miner. BIBLE IS PRESENTED. Laurium M. E. Sunday School Honors Supt. Frank Williams. The Christmas exercises of tho Laur lum M R 'Sunday school were held last Saturday evening and proved very Interesting. The attendance was large and the various numbers on the pro gram were rendered in a highly pleas ing manner. , , , During the $roKram. Rev. W. M. Ward, Superintendent Frank Williams John Kevern and Samuel Waters were called to the platform and in ehalf of tho school, Itev. Ward presented Mr. Williams, -with a beautiful oxford covered bible and church hyinal show ing the appreciation of the school for his services during the three years he has been superintendent and the es teom In which he Is held. Mr. Williams responded to the presentation In a feeling maimer. &.im Leever( the Ooshen schoolmas ter, haa Invented an airship nnd the friends of the rirnte pitcher claim that Sam has the goods. piGapiLii "I tried all kinds of blood remedies which failed to do me any good, tot I have found the right thine at last. My face was full of pimples and black-heads. After taking Caacarets they all left. I am continuing the use of them and recom mending them to my friends. I feel fine when I rise in the morning. Hope to have a chance to recommend Cascarets." Fred C. Witten, 76 Kim St., Newark, N. J. Pleatant. TaUtable. Potent, Taite Good. 1 o Oood. Never Mckon, Weaken or tirlp. 10c. 2V. 30c. Never iol.l la bulk. The rent lne tablet tamped C C C, Uuaraatee to eura or year noosy back. li , D epartment i Ir V w tr v w vv w 4 LAURIUM BRIEFS. Rlwanl Thomas has gone to Sud bury, Ont. C. D. Hushricll, wife and family, have returned from Marquette where they spent New Year's. Daniel Harrington lias left for Cin innatl, Ohio, 1o resume his ytu.i'.es af ter cpendin tho holidays with friend'' and relatives in Calumet. Mr. and Mrs. George If. Fish of Ks- earabu 'have returned h rne after spending a few days as the guests o! M.r. uiul Mrs. W. J. Fish of Lauiium. There will be a regular meeting of the Laurlum village council thin even ing. As far as can be leurned only routine business will be transacted. Ted Tonneman, of Chicago, the catch-as-eatt h-can wrestler. Is think ing of locating In Calumet. He lias several matches this winter, but ex pects to return here in the spring. MOHAWK WINS SECOND. Saturday night's Inn-key match at the Glaciadom resulted In a 5 to 2 score In favor of Mohawk, tho Calu met team being out -classed. Mohawk won on Its excellent combination, and taking advantage of every opportunity that presented itself. Mohawk started the scoring. Chap -t turning the trick from center Ice. I.U duplicated this a few minutes later, nt d the half ended 2 to 0. During the s e- ond period Calumet scored tv. !cc through Kaiser and Pateman, i n.l Mohawk added three more g' lis through Chaput, Uksilu and St. fle-; ','. Carlos Haug refereed in his usual er licient manner. PYTHIANS ENTERTAIN. Momlbers of Laurium lodge. No. 2'2, Knights 'of Pythias, entertained at a concert and social session at their hall last evening and the occasion proved a very pleaxant one. A 'fine concert program was rendered, at the conclu sion of which luncheon was served and dancing was Indulged In. Music for dancing was furnished by the C. & H. miiestra and the evening iproved a very pleasant one. Your EHlealth is your most precious posses sion. Your first aid to health should be the reliable and proved family remedy BEECE-3AM'S Sold Every where. In boxes 10c. and. 25c. Calumet Lodge No. 271 F. & A. M. There will be a spec ial meeting Thursday eveninc:, Jan. 5th, at 7:30 o'clock. Work in the E. A. degree. JOHN D. KERR. W. M. CEORCE WILLIAMS. Sec'y. STEIN WAY. GRINNELL BROS., (our own make) MAN, STERLING, SHONINGER, SMITH S BARNES, SCHAEFFER, MEN DELSSOHN, HUNTINGTON and other excellent makes. We sell only those Pianos which time and vvorthv the hacklnir of this old. nnn.lH nt each Bold, and the ever meet the requirement of tfie most exacting. UNEQUALLED VALUE AND EASY TERMS We purchase more Pianos than any other house In this country, and because of this fact secure price reductions granted no other dealer. Kvery order we place must be for sufficient quantity to supply our twenty-four Music Houses In many cases the smaller dealer must pay at wholesale practically the same price we sell for at retail. As little as $10 sends a fine new Piano to your home; J6. $8 etc. monthly pays for It. In our Kx changed and Uental Department are many well known makes, thoroughly repaired out of their regular price. We sell these great bargains on tens as low as $: monthly. We oiTer square Pianos at !-" and up; terms 60e to $1 weekly. U t the pun base of a piano be your first important transactionof the NKW YKAR. We offer you the largest stoc k nd greatest rarlety from which to choose; the MgRest values, and the positive assurance of complete and enduring satisfaction. Twenty-four Stores Calumet Store 119 Fifth St. Long Distance Bell Telephone Service is An Economy in Husiness. A Blessing in Sociil Life. THE TELEPHONE IS QUICKER THAN A LETTER AND MORE SATISFACTORY. Try it Today. BELL LINES REACH 50,000 CITIES AND TOWNS Every BELL TELEPHONE it a Long Distance Station. TORCH LAKE BRIEFS .j. .j. : Miss Helen C. Frenctte departed thid morning to resume her studies at the Marquette Normal. '.Miss Amy Paiscoo of Hubbell, lias l ft for Ypsilaull, .whe re .-he will enter tlio normal hl. Dr. A. F. Fischer of HHtltjibicIl bus been elected president of the Hough ton County LMdicul society. Wc Arc Giving a Discount 201 On the Best Lines of Clothes Made The STEIN-BLOCH and SOCIETY BRAND $30.00 Suits and Overcoats now $24.00 27.50 " " " " 22.00 25.00 " " " " 20.00 20.00 44 44 44 44 16.00 18.00 44 44 44 44 H.40 15 . 0 0 4 4 44 '4 44 12.00 Seal Caps and Fur Resolve to Start k s L CALUMET FROM Gull! ELL And not only resolve to do this but put your resolution into imme diate effeet. You know that a Piano would be heartily welcomed by evertf member of your household, and not only for this year but for next year, and for an unlimited time. It would provide a never falling source of enjoyment, while its refining and ennobling In fluences cannot be over-estimated. In purchasing of the House of Orlnnell you arc r.ssured of splendid musical worth, for our line includes the finest Pianos man ufactured. We offer you choice of established House. The popularity of Increasing demand, in IM1IMI PP an Michigan's Leading Music The Lake Linden F-agl.s and St. Johns will iplay a jMistponed game of i odour bnseoall this evening. John HL-wontictte has arrived home from Houghton where he Kjient the past couple of days with friends. Several Torch Luke fans went to Calumet latt evening to wilne.-s the ..Mlller-Toiineman wrestling match at the Calumet heater. Capt. and Mrs. A. Warn, IMrs. James Milfoid and Ml-s Kliza and Harry Warn all of Allouez, sjK-iit yesterday as the guests of 'Mr. and ,Mrs. Will J. Carah. Gloves 20 Oil HOUGHTON the New Year with BROS. MUSIC HOUSE SOHMER, VOSE, WEG- use have demonstrated to be the m-fikes we handle, the thou- Xr,ChOTH0ltAFfj MO conclusive evidence that In every particular they Two Piano Factories i House Hancock Store 307 Qulncy St.