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MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 191!.'
THE CALUMET NEWS. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF First National Bank OF CALUMET PUBLISHED PURSUANT TO THU CALL OF THE COMPT ROLLER OF THE CURRENCY JANUARY 7TH, 1911. ASSETS. Cash ami V.si -li.inso $ r Lo:itHiHil '.. litis 2,K:.S.O'J.71 liiinkiiitf 1 1 Dt.5tu!t.03 l'ive lr cent Fund 10,000.00 Ovtr-druftH , 1.173.0'J . .mvmrmm J3,lC7,1J4.0t LIABILITIES. Capital Htork paid In Surplus, rmliviiU'd rrnt Hl'IMIsitS - Circulation , 200,000.00 275,000.00 23,082.83 2711.01 1.78 iu7.r.o.oo $3,467,421.61 IW BRANCH OF IDE U. LEAGUE CAPTAIN TREVARROW HEADS PAINESDALE CLUB. INITIAL MEMBERSHIP IS SEV-ENTY-FIVE. and would Bccure lltcraturi. dealinK with fjoud citizenship, fr distribution. All of the other speaker spoke along Blniilar llni'8, with exception of Charles Muifford, who nave a In h f nummary of the work of the Culumet branch. Anions thoso who wnt to Palnes dale from Calumet wen-: Attorneys V. J. McDonald and John 1). Kerr. K Iiarnham, Oeorge Williama. John I.u- ca, Joseph Iobb8, W. Ibb, J. Dyer, C. MiiRford, T. I'M wards and J. K fjlasson. J. V. Mncklnson, of Iake Lin den and I'o.stmaster Charles 1 HoRers, of Hancock, also were present. l'resldent Capt. John Trevarrow. Secretary Carlos Johns. Treasurer J. TreRcnza. Membership 75. SOUVENIR TABLE TALK. A Rirl who has Just returned from a 1iir visit. (1 jrlnjf which sho collected a iiuaiher of spoons, which are souvenirs of various places visited, recently made tln iii the key to a table talk at a little luncheon, liesldo each plate were two SCHEUERMANN BREWERY'S 1 RHEIWGDLD Is the PUREST, MOST PALATABLE, MOST HEALTHFUL drink to be found. Hot tied at the (brewery by the most improved methods. Order a Case TODAY ! Telephones In all Copier Country Towns. 222): n spoons beaririR pictures or seals of various cities and during the luncheon tho quests were asked to tell some In terestlrijj fact about that particular city. All the guests declared that It was not only a unique method of di recting the conversation but the means of making the occasion most Interesting. Why She Refused. "Ym," Bald the thoughtful girl, "1 was obliged to refuse him when he asked me to marry him." "But 1 thought you esteemed him so high ly." "I do, but he told me I was tho first girl he hnd ever proposed to. II I had said 'yes.' he'd have been too confident and egotistical. He'll have to be rejected a few times before ho talks matrimony to me." NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS, CALU MET TOWNSHIP. I will be in the M. & M. bank on Friday morning, Doecmber 2 and each day thereafter during banking hours, for the purpose of collecting town ship taxes for 1910. William Ijimore. Township Treoj. Dress poods at half price, silks at less than cost, dress trimmings half price, shoes and clothing sacrificed and every article of merchandise in the store priced accordingly during the mammoth sale. The lied Front Store Co. store, open every evening this week. X-RAY CU'B'S PROGRAMS FOR NtXT TWO MONTHS The above Is the result of a mass meeting held In tho Puinesdale Libra ry hall Saturday night for the purpose of establishing a branch of the I'.rit-Ish-American Naturalization league. Tho meeting was most enthusiastic, and the fact that before those present dispersed, a membership of 75 had en rolhsl shows that the Paiusdale branch is Roing to be one of the strongest In the country. The Palnesdale band, under the lead ership of J. Kosewarne, was present, and rendered some excellent selections during the evening, as did the llaltio carol choir. The meeting was presid ed ove r by W. Jolly, of palnesdale, who made a most efficient presiding officer. During the evening, telegrams were received ami read from W. Frank James, state senator, and Dr. E. T. A brains of Dollar P.ay, president of the icounty organization, who had been called, to Detroit, expressing his in ability to be present and a desire to see the branch organized. The reading of the telegrams was received with ap plause. Speeches were made during the evening by Supt. F. A. Jeff era, of At lantic, Prosecuting Attorney W. J. Mc Donald. Assistant-prosecuting Attorney John D. Kerr. George Williams, B. Iiarnham and Charles Mugford, the latter president of the Calumet branch of tho league. Supt. Jeffers gave a masterful talk, dealing with Anglo Saxon history, and paid a high tribute in the matter of good citizenship. He concluded by urging everyone to become affiliated with the Palnesdale branch, and to lose no time in becoming citizens, of this, their adopted country. Prosecut ing Attorney W. J. McDonald followed, briefly outlining the objects of the club, and urged the voters present to see to it that they exercised their fran chise in the best interest of law and order. He stated that the organization to which Miose present would be asked to form a part was arranging for simi lar gatherings throughout the county The program committee of the X-Kay dub for the months of February and March, submits the following programs for the mee tings to be held during the next two months: Feb. 1st. The postponed program of Jan. IS, which is as follows: 1. Roll Call. Humorous Quotations. Members. 2. "Who should fix Prices?" Miller. 3. "How can we check the Increas ing Divorce?" Larson. 4. Our Schools as Educators, George. 5. Historic Events of Early Michi gan, Nystlc. 6. Business and Critic's Report. J"eb. 15th. 1. Parliamentary Drill. Gribble. 2. Paper, "Chicago. The Mixing P.owl of the Nations. Ilungerford. 3. Debate, "Resolved. That the Unit ed States should subsidize a Merchant Marine." Affirmative Austin and Shertcood: Negative Westerman and Frazer. Judges To be chosen at the meet ing, each leader to choose one, the chair to appoint the third. Time 8 ml. each with 4 mi. for leaders to close. 4. Business and Critic's Report. March 1st. 1. Par. Drill. Gribble. 2. Talk "The Ideal Citizen." Lar- TORCH LAKE ' -sA AAAA Ass" Af A AA A- A A HUBBELL EAGLES TAkE GAME. Daftat St. Johns Team in Close Indoor Baseball Match. Tho Hubbell Eagles fattened their Indoor baseball percentage at the ex pense of tho St. John's team In tho match played yesterday afternoon at tho opera house hall, which resulted In the score of 8 to fi. The St. Johns players we re shut out until the eighth Inning, when four runs were accumu lated and two more were added In the ninth, but this was not enough to over come tho lead of their opponents. The score by innings was: R. St. Johns 0 0000004 2 C Eagles 10100033 x 8 Meyers pitched for the Eagles and fanned thirteen of his opponents, while Brisson struck out eight of the Eagles. Question and Answer Are embodied in every Ion; distance telephone message. Prompt, dependable service at reasonable rates if you USE THE BELL CONNECTIONS EVERYWHERE E. B. F. C! SKATING PARTY. Tho annual skating anil dancing par ty of the E. B. F. C. of Lake Linden will be held tomorrow evening at the Amphidrome. Arrangements have been made for a special train over the Copper Range road, leaving Calume t at 7 o'clock. Prof. Burke of Montreal will give an exhibition waltz on skates and there will also bo a grand march in which all the skaters are asked to participate. The train will leave Houghton for Calumet at 11:30. son 3. 4. Reading. Odgers. Paper "The History of the Politi cal Parties," Chapman. 5. Business and Critic's Report. March loth. 1. Par. Drill. Gribble. 2. General Discussion: Resolved, 'That the United States should police and fortify the . Panama Canal." All Members. (Discussion to be lead by Gribble on the affirmative and James on the nega tive.) 3. Business and Clitic's Report. MOHAWK MINSTRELS COMINC The Mohawk minstrels, under the management of T. L. O'Keefe, will be the attraction at the local theater on Thursday evening. From tho advi.nce sale of seats, it is evident that the at tendance will be large. The cast for the presentation of this show Is a good one and the special features Introduc ed are said to be very enjoyable. I'englazo of Tamarack City will be held tomorrow afternoon, with services in the Tamarack Mills school build ing, In charge of Rev. H. II. Malllnson and Interment at Houghton. GOOD ROADS PLAN FAILS. The De-lta county txwrd of supervis ors, by a vote at 11 to 9, lias refused to hubmit to the people u proposition to ibond the county for $40,oij) to al low the construction of roads. It was Intend, If the bonding proposition had been submitted and carried, ;o build highways in the northern and eastern lMirtion of the county leading to the Mar juette county line. STOVES and RANGES have been the best since the year of 1819. Ask your dealer for prices. J... .J. TORCH LAKE BRIEFS .. a -j. .. a a .j. a a .j. a a a a 'e Miss Ella Madigan has returned te her home at Ripley this morning, af ter visiting with her sister, Mrs. Thom as Hoskins. Mr. Hnd Mrs. Ed. Wetzlsteiner of Hounhton spent yesterday visiting Hubbell friends. The members of the Francis Greene company passed through here today, bound for Calumet, where they will oien a week's engagement tonight at the Calumet theater. The funeral of the late Mrs. William Sec Our Advertisement in Thursday Evening's News It's good news to every woman who Would save TSia FSyms are Still F ailing!. , I. .JJ.JH- I II.III.1JI III. Ill I. II ,. I ' ' Ullllll IIHIWII' -JHIMIIWI ItlHIM IIJI I I I. I ixnit to tlxe Good Tilings tZa is "'Weels: Special! 5000 yards of 12 l-2c Percales andj Corded Madras (double fold) light and dark colors to go starting Tuesday J at per yard ' Toweling 7c Cotton Crash at 4f4c 7V2C 12 l-2c,Finer Linen Crash at Steven's Crash Steven's 15c pure linen Crash fOAc (Bleached) to go at....-w Men's Shirts 1 Lot of Men's $1, $1.25 and $1.50 stiff bossomed colored shirts in odd sizes to 30C Heavy Work Shirts 39C Beautiful 75c Neckwear for men, the cream of our AOi stock at SCOC 1 Lot of 25c Four-in-hand and Neckties to go 14tC rr AT THE led Front Store FIFTH STREET CALUMET JJ Sale now at its height and the Bargains are Going like Wild Fire CLOTHING ID SHOES PRICES SHATTER ED $5.98 The finest and most up-to-date stock in the country of Men's Fall and Winter Suits and Over coats has got to 0. gives you the unrestricted choice of any $10.00 Suit or Overcoat in the house no secures any one of our best $12.50 !pOw0 Suits or Overcoats in all the new shades and mixtures. L i A A 8 Your unrestricted choice of any $ I l.H-O 0j our $15.00 Suits or Overcoats $20.00 Suit or $13.98 $1 6.48 $18.75 secures any Overcoat for any Overcoat for any Overcoat $23.00 Suit or $25.00 Suit or A Sacrifice of Men's and Boys', Ladies' nd Chil dren's SJioes. All up-to-date Heavy Fall and Winter Styles also medium weight patent leathers and vici shoes and oxfords at, A TREMENDOUS CUT IN PRICES Ladies $2.25 Shoes 81.59 Ladies 2.50 Shoes 1.89 Ladies 3.00 Shoes 2.29 Ladies 3.50 Shoes 2.79 Ladies 4.00 Shoes 3.19 Children's $1.00 Shoes 79c Children's 1.35 Shoes 97c Children's 1.75 Shoes S1.23 Children's 2.00 Shoes 1.59 Men's $2.25 Shoes 1.59 Men's 2.50 Shoes 1.89 Men's 3.00 Shoes 2.29 Men's 3.50 Shoos 2.79 Men's 4.00 Shoes 3.19 Grain leather Mining Hoots all sizes at $2.95 Special ! Starting Tuesday--1 case lot of "Fruit of the Loom" muslin the standard 12 l-2c 36 inch ' Bleached sheeting RS4p going at Ot Hosiery EXTRA SPECIAL Ladies' 35c fine wool hosel reduced to Ladies 18c fine cotton fleeced hose to go at per 12 C Children's 50c Nightgowns Muslin-- all sizes to go 3 p at each J J Children's 19c Muslin Drawers at per pair 9c Ladies' $1.00 Corsets A magnificent stock of the new long back and medium length corsets in all sizes to go nQ at per pair COMFMfY IN CHARGE TEDS WESURI