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FRIDAY,. JANUARY 27, 1911.
8 THE CALUMET HEWS. 1 a a ..J!M, We've never been able to find A ? BUTTER REMEDY than ! Dr. Short's cough $ - - - Balsam For the cure of Coughs, Colds, i Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping t Cough and Soreness in the chest. I 25 Cents the bottle $ PREPARED ONLY BY I VASTBINDER& READ, wnn.cut. J V I The first dollar deposited here to y.nir credit Is the stepping stone to hotter things If from ono lollar you steadi'y Increase the amount to One Hun dred Dollars to Five Hundred to Ono Thousand Dollars, you have a comfortable sum awaiting your disposal. Our Savings Department helps you Increase your account by adding 3 per cent interest to all savings and meanwhile keeps your money safe from theft or tire! DEPOSIT THE FIRST DOLLAR TODAY FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAMM Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and profit $35-000.00. It's Like Pulling Teeth sometimes to awaken men to the necessity of buying clean coal, 'but if you'll try one ton of our coal we'll guarantee you will appreciate the value of its continued use. EDW. ULSETH PHONE 7-1K 37 YUARS IN BUSINESS Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMUT. MICH. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits. $21 0,000.00 Stockholders' Liability - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits A SMALL SUM DEPOSITED each MONTH will soon PRO VIDE a FUND on which yob can DRAW during SICKNESS or when OUT of WORK. AN ACCOUNT MAY BU OPENED WITH ONE DOLLAR IT'S HARD WORK loosening the "king-pin" lojj In a lum.b'-r jam, but s arcely harder than our efforts to please every body. I!cst pos.-iblc stock, well sea soned and carefully handled, large ",Yvcj assortment of si.cs, close tmying il a ' equally .lote cllliig and prompt ueiivtricH iuiu 10 maKo our lumber yard popular with lumber needtr-. Are you one? Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK tate Savings Bank Laurium, Michigan ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1897 Capital Surplus Fund $75,000.00 $100,000,00 OFFICERS JOHNSON VIVIAN JAMES T. FISHER President WM. H. THIELMAN Vice-President . Cashier EDWARD P. BAST Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Johnson Vivian Wm. Thielman F. S. Carlton, Jas. A. Torreano, Jas. T. Fisher J. P. Petermann W. H. Faucett 10CAI POSTOFFICE PETITION IS BUNG LARGELY SIGNED Postmaster Charles J. Wicksrrom has met with every encouragement fiom local businessmen and others in his efforts to secure signatures to u petition, praying that an appropriation of $100,000 be gran ted this district for the purpose of purchasing a site and ereclng thereon a federal building for Calumet. The petition, which Is addressed to Hon. II. O. Young. Washington. D. .. Is signed (by practically every busi nessman In the district. Tho list will be completed within the next two or three days, and will then 'be dispatch ed to the representative from the Twelfth district. The petition rends as follows: Calumet. Mich., Jan. 23, 1911. To Hon. 11. Olin Young, Member congress, Twelfth District, 'Washington, P. C. Sir: The uruhrslKned, residents of Calu met, Michigan, would respectively call your attention to the following: facts: 1.---The building in which the Calu met iMisto.'JH-e Is now situated. Is en tirely Inadequate to accommodate the mployes and patrons of the office. 2 The (business and patronage of tho oflice Is rapidly increasing and, according to tho present Indication, will, In all probability, more than dou ble within the next ten years. 3 There Is not now any building within the territory nerved by the Cal umet office suitable for a postofilee. We, therefore, urge upon you the ad- Isablllty ard necessity of securing at the present session of congress an ap propriation of JIOO.OOO for the purpose f obtaining a suitable site and erect ing thereon an adequate postofilee building. (Signature.) PRINTERS DROP THREE. T v LOCAL BRIEFS. Miss E. Nelson has returned to her homo at Tapiola. after visiting with local friends. II. Jaedecke, of lshpemlng, the well known cigar man, was in Calumet yes terday on business. The Finnish Humu band will give a promenade tomorrow evening In the Ked Jacket townhall. daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Havlsto, of Union street. Raymboultow n. The C. & II. railroad men will give a skating party at the Fark Ice rink, lied Jacket, the evening of February 24. The Calumet and Lake Linden high bchool teams will play a game of bas ket ball this evening In the Y. M. C A. gym. Krnest Tachell, of Eighth Btreet, left yesterday afternoon for Milwaukee and Chicago. where he expects to spend some time. John M. Gerry, of the C. & II. black smith shops, has received a draft for IS35.S1, his portion of the estate of his deceased brother, Thomas, who died in South Africa. The members of the "Good Fellows club of Calumet held a very successful dancing party last evening In the Ital ian hall, on Seventh street. Dancing was indulged In to an early hour this morning. SALVATION ARMY PROGRAM. Young People to Have Charge of the Services Sunday. Ahmeek Steps Out of Last Place in Commercial League. I'y taking three straight games from the Printers In the Commercial league bowling mutch on the Y. M. C. A. al leys last evening, the Ahmeek team climbed out of last place In the per centage column, surrendering that po sition to the losers. The teams in the Commercial leugue now etand as fol lows: W. I I'd. C. II. Clerks S 4 .667 r..inkfrs and Itrokcrs. , .6 3 .667 Tumart'tk Clerks 3 3 .500 Ahmiek 4 5 .444 Independents 4 5 .444 Printers 2 7 .2.'2 The Printers bowled In unusually poor form last evening, while tho .;ires hung up by the winners were better than they have made for Home time. The Individual scores are ns follows: Ahmeek. King 1SI 154 153 S.brlng 172 161 160 liennetts 167 107 174 F.iekel 15S 198 ISO Mogstad 153 i6 154 Totals M3 Printers. Pri'lejtux 147 George 150 Sands Scott 160 Hungerford ISO Thomas 15D Totals ;?6 809 129 143 120 137 K4 683' 821 134 123 153 211 142 763 DRISCOLL EVIDENCE TAKEN. Case, in Which Wife Desertion is Charged, Adjourned Till Monday. James Drlscoll was given an exam ination this morning In Justice Jacko. la's court on the charge of wife deser tion. After healing the evidence the court decided to adjourn the case un til Monday morning of next week to permit the transcribing of the testi mony. Complaint was made by Drlscoll's wife, Under Sheriff Phil Sheridan lo cating the defendant at Eveleth, Minn., about three weeks ngo. Owing to the presence of scarlet fever in the Drls coll home, Mrs. Drlscoll was unable to be present In court until today. The defendant has entered a plea of not guilty. It Is fuite likely the case will bo heard at the next term of cir cuit court. "AHouse ol Merit" Tenderfoot's Round-Up Great Western Feature Don't Miss It. ALSO OTHERS New Songs MATINEE EVERY DAY AT 2:30 5C -ADMISSION -IOC Miss Aino llaksonen GRADUATE MASSEUR and Medical Gymnastic from nei- alngfors. 417 PINE STREET Blum Uulldlng. Tel. 183 It. A fine program has been prepared by the young1 people of the Salvation ar my, who will have charge of the serv ices on Sunday. The following num bers will be given: Sunday afternoon. Opening Song. Prayer. Instrumental, Miss Fmlly Harris. Duct, Misses Irene and Luclle Wil kin. Recitation, Miss Hessle Pearce. Solo, Ruby Wymmonds. Duet. Ada and Mildred Scobblc. Selection by the bund. Solo, Walter Jcffery. Duet, Itertha and Howard Warren. Scripture reading, Young People's secretary. Penedicllon. Sunday Evening, 7 O'clock. Opening Song. Prayer. Duet, Misses Klla Scobble and Ruby Symmonds. Recitation, Sadie Mlllman. Instrumental duet, Herbert Nelson and Leonard Wllklns. Solo, John Parsons, Instrumental.' Miss Emily Harris.. Selection by the band. Solo, Walter jeffery. Recitation, ClStle M. Vivian. Young Peoples Quartette. Recitation, Sophie lilum. Scripture Reading, Young People's Sergeant Major, Ilenedlctlon. HEMLOCKS ARE VICTORIOUS. Defeat Strong Cherry Team on Elks' Temple Alleys. The Hemlocks took three straight games from the Cherrys on tho Elks' Temple alleys last evening. The fol lowing are the individual scores: Hemlocks Paull 136 132 103 Glasson 85 144 80 Whltnall ,177 126 165 Geo. Harvey 126 137 137 Van Kurcn 132 171 163 Totals 656 711 648 Cherrys Fisher 182 137 154 Capt. Rowe 70 88 106 Howes 133 130 96 Craig 94 88 121 Cornelier 127 172 150 Totals 606 615 627 WRESTLING MATCH SATURDAY. John Wittikko and Kid Boggio to Meet on the Mat. Arrangements have been made for a wrestling match to te held at Dunn's hall on Saturday evening", between John Wittikko, the well known copper country featherweight and Kid Itogglo a welter-weight. Although Wittikko weights but 122 pounds, he Is said to bo one of the cleverest exponents of tho catch-as-catch-can style In North ern Michigan and a good match for Rogglo, who weighs 142 pounds. Two good preliminaries will be provided. It Is expected that the contest will prove onq of the most Interesting that has been held in Calumet for somo time. CONTRACTORS NOTICE. The Roard of County Road Commis sioners will receive bids for construc tion of about 4 miles of 15 ft. macadam road on the Hancock-Calumet highway between Mcsnard and Osceola. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the Commission, Room 6, Epstein Uulldlng, Hancock. Rids should be scaled; addressed to the Hoard of County Road Commis sioners; marked "Bid"; and filed with the County Clerk on or beforo iFebrua rv 1st. 1911. J28 It. Martin. Engineer. Honesty Is the best policy, but the premiums are fearfully high sometimes.. CARD OF THANKS We wish through the columns of this paper to thank all the friends and neighbors who In any way assisted us In our sad bereavement. Especially do we thank all those who sent the beau tiful floral offerings, the Choir, Rev. S. polklnghorne. Their kindness will ever remafn bright In our memory. Mrs. Flizabelh J. Trcmberth and Family. j 27 Soak Dried Fruits. It Is a good plan to soak dried fruits In cold or slightly warm water before cooking. Then put on the stove und cook slowly. Tin Foil Under Vaaei. Cut sheets of tin foil and place under the flower vase dollies and you will have no trouble with any dampness af. fectlng the best polished furniture. Te Remove Sediment, Put a good-sized lump of salt Into a cup of vinegar and put Into the vessel that is discolored and let It stand for half a day. Wash well with warm wa ter and soap and sediment will come off easily. To Polish Furniture. If your furniture has grown dull and streaked, try rubbing up with a flan nel dipped in equal parts of turpen tine and coal oil. It polishes quickly and much more cheaply than expensive polishes. In Boiling Potatoes. A few drops of lemon squeezed into tho water will make tho darkest look ing potatoes boil white. A A A A A A A A , HOUSEHOLD HINTS To Prevent Rut. If cooking utensils are washed In hot, soupy water, ringed in very hot water and rubbed dry they will not rust. Mending in Kitchen. Keep your mending basket handy and while you are In the kitchen bak ing thread or anything that requires a long time you can do some mending like sewing on buttons or mending hose. Grape Fruit Foilage. Grape fruit seeds, if planted In ex tremely rich soil, well watered when needed, will yield a pretty foliage suit able for a dining-room table decora tion. v:' Ji,'.1' Jaff -FROM- o to i the regular prices. 2 OFF One-fourth of? on all Stamped materials and Hand Drawn Work. One-fourth to One-half off on Emhroidered lows, Centers, etc Pil- r 'Calumet-Phcne 999 - Houghton . MANUAL TRAINING EXHIBIT. Keeping Potatoes Fresh. Potatoes should of course be served Immediately when done, but when, for Borne reason, delay is unavoidable, try my method of keeping them fresh. Thus, as soon as done, drain them carefully and shake the pan over the fire until they are both dry and mealy. Then fituff a clean towel loosely Into the top of the pan and keep It In a arm place. This cloth will absorb all the steam, so preventing sogglness. The government of Victoria, Austra lia, Is spending public money in ad vertising to attract immigrants. Hlue eyes prevail among marksmen of renown. The blue Is said to be the strongest eye and the gray next. EVERY MAN HAS HIS OWN INDIVIDUALITY It takes more than a tape measure to be a good Mer chant Tailor. You can't get good clothes without paying for them. Nothing which Is In bad taste is In good style and what Is not expressly made for you is not apt to be come you. Every man has his own individuality and it is as distinct as his thumb, print He can't match It In ready mades, they ore everybody's clothes. TOM KENNEDY, TAILOR. 3RD ST. LAURIUM. .J. .J. .J. .J. .J. A A A A A A A A A A A ASK YOUR WIFE Whether she would rather pay ! rent tho remainder of your lives and In your old ago bo y situated no better financially j than you are now, or buy a house on easy payments, own a It outright In a few years und be rent free. In the latter case you will be able to save tho rent money which In the course of years will reach a large sum. The new year Is a good time to make the right kind of a start. A FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK Established 1892. Two offices: Calumet and Laurium. ESSANAY WotoplayS v fin n ni n T"V I Ill K 5 - I II Ifl House of Features TONIGHT it A Blograph Drama. His Last Parade A touching story of a veteran's patriot Ism. The Fire Dep't of N. Y. City Watch for our big feature -Tuesday Work of Students of Various Grades in Calumet Shown. One of the best manual training ex hibits which has ever been prepared In Calumet opened thin afternoon In tho basement of the high school ibulldlng. The exhibit comprises the work of the indents in the hUJi school ami In the arlous grades and has been very care fully selected and arranged. The me- hanical drawing exhibit will continue all day tomorrow and tomorrow even- In; and as the public is cordially In vited to visit the school and Inspect ihe work of the students It Is expected, that a large number wlil avail them selves of the opportunity. L. H. HOWE MOVING PICTURES. Considcrublo local Interest la mani fested In the apjeuranco In this city on Saturday and Sundu.v, February -it!i and 3th of the Lyman 11. Howe mov ing pictures. The Howe 'pictures av; well known in Calumet, by reason ,,f entertainments given on prevl uis ;. ca&iops. The program Is said to b-. entirely new and selected from ninoi; the best pictures' In the slock of tho Ivman II. Howe company, which 1j one of the largest compuuics in t!ii business today. A matinee entertain ment will be given en Saturday ufi. r- lioou. News want ads brinq result. 3f 1 We Carry all Kinds of TooSs mmmm as well as household articles In this harw.T-o Btore. If you like to fix up things about the hniiFo r-"V your tools lure as the best mechanics do. Then you'll be able to make goou Job or anything you undertake. You'll not find our prices any higher than those you have been paying for common tools. M eckonen Hardware fiTo. Fifth Street Calumet, Mich. Fresh Today Florida Grapo Fruit Calif. Lemons Jonathon Apples Mala.ga Grains CVmequats Klipe liunanas Head Lettuce Leaf Lettuce Endive Lettuce Itlpe Tomatoes Cucumbers Spanish Onion Hound liadish lUiiwii I'.irrotn Sweet Potatoes Hu'.ard Jjuash. Fancy Celery Cauliflower Satsu.na oranges Wine San Aipples We have just received a fresh supply of oranges which we guarantee to be sweet MEI will wash lace curtains perfectly clean, with out breaking a thread and will handle heavy quilts, carpets, etc., with ease. Don't rub your clothes to pieces and your life away over an old washboard, tho saving on clothes alone will soon pay for tlie washer. To wash Miner's Clothes Is very hard work If you do it In tho old way, but It Is no work at all If you use the "1900" Washer. We also hamdle the GEARLESS WATER MOTOR WASHER R8A The only gearless motor that has the full proper movement which Is absolutely necessary to wash elothes clean. Positively no danger with a Gearless In mutilating fingers or clothing. It Is the simplest, less liable to get out of order of any washer on the market. Is guaranteed to run on 20 lbs. or over actual water pressure. Carlton jjardwarefTo. PHONE 164 CALUMET, MICHIGAN 400 FIFTH ST Z7