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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PACE FIVE Money Never Sleeps No man, 'tis said, ever ncouinulatPil riches solely by the work of his hands. That is probably true. And It should be an Incentive to all who depend upon their hands for their living to wcuro the iwld of a puvings account. Such nn account works 24 hours a day. It never grows w.ary. Never becomes 111. Never take.) a holiday. PayH no attention to Sundays. Hut keeps right ou wowing keeps right on adding Intcr ' est to principal. Such un account Is a great assistance to any man with a moderuto Income. Talk the matter over with this bank, Mr. Worker. You can start to be a saver on as small a sum as $1. First National Bank OF CALUMET COUNCILMAN EDWARD UlStlll Will NOT DE A CANDIDATE It "A Housed Merit" Entire Change of Program Today Special War Drama KigSiTr eason J Is rich in healthful and stimulating elements that -Vj create, a healthy, normal f appetite, and are a distinct No More Vaudeville MATINEE EVERY DAY AT 2:30 5C -ADMISSION -1GG use' J lOfiV. ' jtl iiilm. i David Armit Lots for Sale in Philipsville and Renova LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE CLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE! One corner lot at corner Lake Linden ave. and Heda street, Laurium. Good for business place. Office Riehetta Block, Heda St, Laurium. Phone 266. aJaaZSHHSSSEES aid to the dlge-dive func tions. Why not order a case today Bosch Brewing Co. LAKU LINDEN, MICH. Telephones In all Copper Country Towns. ELKS NOTICE if-..";s There will ! v-i '? ' lar re;u meet ing of Cal umet Lodge No. 4C4, 11. I (). K., Wednesday evening, February 22, at 8 o'clock sharp, followed by a social session and Deutcherfest. All members and visiting mem bers are requested to attend. Oeo. Williams. E. R. Frank Distel. Jr.. Sec'y. OPTOMETRIST HERE W. THURTELL, The optometrist has returned to Calumet and has his office in the Lisa Elock, 6th street, near postoirice. Eyes thoroughly tested and glasses it led. Satisfaction guaranteed. Hours. 1 to 6 and 7 tr 8 p. m. Tel. 33. will be a meeting There special of Keweenaw Lodge No. 242 WEDNESDAY evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Work in the M.M. degree. W. T. HALEY, W. M. J. W. KINGSTON, Sec'y. K.&A.M. rEB. 22nd, Edward Plseth. a member of the Hed Jacket council for the. past t-lx yearn, infortned Tin Xev today that he Is not a candidate for re-election, the press of private business affairs being the reason for his decision .Mr. Plseth alK:i feels that he has .been on the council long enough and that some other property owner should be given an opportunity to servo in his stead. Ills determination not to run again undoubtedly will be gem-rally regret ted us Mr. Flseth is recognized bh n progressive member of tin- council. He ha devoted much of his time to vil lage nffali-K, and Ills assistance has been inviluable in the carrying out of Important Improvement projects, He feci, however, that his own affairs will no longer permit him to remain on the council, village business taking up too much of his time. Henry Johnson of plno street, is mentioned as a probable candidate for membership on tin council. Mr. John son is a Pine street prop.-rty owner and an old resident, having been in the village for over thirty years, and his Mends believe he would make a val uable councilman. During the pav ing of pd Jacket's streets he was employed a mi inspector, and as the matter of paving repairs is coming up next summer It Is believed his knowledge of the pavements would 1 of value to the village In determining Just what should be done by the pav ing companies In cariylnj; cut their guarantees. Mr. Johnson has made no announcement of his candidacy but It Is understood ho will b urged to get into the Held. Red Jacket Council Meets. President Schumaker called a special meeting of the Red Jacket village coun cil last evening, for the purpose of approving liquor bonds and transact ing other business. Pert Forster, an electrician, and a member of the lire department, was appointed inspector of fire nlarms for Red Jacket, succeed ing Charles Wills, of Laurium, resign ed. The appointment goes Into effect at once. The liquor bonds of Seth Laurlnen. who Is carrying on the saloon business of the late Peter Polkala, on Fifth street, were presented and approved. The necessary bonds were found to be satisfactory. YOUNG MILLER IN TOWN. Prepared to Close Arrangements Be tween Ordemann and Lento. Walter (Young) Miller of St. Paul. champion welterweight wrestler of the world arrived In Calumet yesterday for a short visit with his brother, Wal ter Wood, proprietor of the Michigan Cafe. Young Miller Is authorized to enter Into negotiations for a match be tween Henry Ordemann of St. Paul and Karl Iehto of Calumet, the match to take place in this city. Ordemann has entirely recovered from his recent illness, which prevented him from en gaging In a contest with Hacken schmldt at Detroit last week and he Is again In training. The arrangements for the proposed match between Lehto and Ordemann have placed In the hands of local pro inoters and the bout probably will be staged nt the Calumet theater or the Palestra on March 3 or March 10. This is the last week of Bargains In Men's and Hoys' suits and overcoats at Vertin Pros. f23 i Tuesday, February 21 II. E. PIERCE & CO., Present THE COPPER COUNTRY'S FAVORITES. "WILLARD MAUDE WtMy IWLlUi NIL ..... miuwii w ti i m rj rm j. -y OF Virdfij wty Vzgs X53f Own Flay A Comedy Ths West COUN Parquette nnd 2 rows circle $1.00 Balance of Parquette Circle First two rows IUlcony Pal.mcc of F.alcony Paicony Circle Gallery P.ox seats W Heat Sale Monday morning o'clock. 75 10 r.o 23 .01) o IS SCOOT OT. TELEPHONE NORTH 41. The highest telegraph and telephone stations In Europo are on' Monte Rosa. They are connected with the general Italian system. Enjoyment tonight may mean suffering to morrow, but not if your stomach, liver, and bowels are helped to do their natural work by B EEC HAM'S Sold Everywhere. la boxae 10c and 25c. ft n n n n a iuiorley-lyiurphy Hardware Go. GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN Wedge vvny Hardware and Cut lery. .Tno.Hobcrg Co's Toilet Papers. Soparlne Cn.'s polishes. India Palmetto Prush Co.'s i .i nli, window, floor and horso brushes. "Cedar Sweep" Sweeping Com 1 ound, something new. "Dust Iirlght" a mop for hard wood ipolluhed floors, manufac tured by the U. H. Prush nnd Pnvom Co. NHirewo Wall Finishes. I. P. BUELL Representative y 201 7th St. Calnm.t, Mich. Phone 470-J North .;. .;. . .;. .j. .;. .;. .;. .;. . & .j. .j. .j- . LOCAL BRIEFS. . C. K. L. Thomas has returned from a visit to eastern points. A son has been born to Mr. and 'Mrs. Martin Kipper of Ahnieek. I lilumenthal leaves today on a six weeks trip through the west. John 11. Johnson, of pine street, Is confined to his home by illness. Capt. J. l' D. Smith lest last night for Crystal Palls, on a short business trip. Uev. M. Taurinen, of Alb.uez. left yesterday for Ishpeming for a few day's visit. A daughter has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Itlchard J. Thomas of South Kearsarge. Henry Cox, a railway postal clerk on the Calumet-Ontonagon run, Is on the sick list. A daughter has heen born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Kendall of Cen tennial Heights. Paul Shaltz, of Seventh street, has returned from a successful hunting trip In Keweenaw county. Miss Florence liastlan of Calumtt is a guest at the Fleming residence at Mandan for a few weeks. The Calumet Woman's club will en tertain at a musical nt the Calumet Light Guard this evening. Mrs. I. Goldsmith has l. ft for Chica go nnd New York on a spring purchas ing trip for her local millinery. Miss Irene McCornmck of Calumet, has been visiting nt the Kellan resi dence of Mandan for several days. 'Mrs. H. J. Vivian, who Is in the south for the heneiit of her health, writes relatives that she Is improving nicely. George I... Price, F. W. Taylor and J. R. Lenten, all of Hancock, were visit ors In Keweenaw county on Saturday and Sunday. The young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mcnzles, of Albion location, un derwent an operation yesterday at the C. & II. hospital. Miss A. Jaurinen was taken to the Calumet public hospital yesterday, where she will undergo an operation for appendicitis. The ladies of St. Mary's Italian church will he held a bazaar in the church parlors this week. The fair opened last evening. Owing to tomorrow being a legal holiday, the Calumet postotTh-c will be closed all dny with the exception of one hour, 1:30 to 2:30 p. in lor the distribution of mail. Lucien W. Klllmar, of the C. & H. Mliiing company's oilice, has had one of ihs legs amputated as a result of a bad fall sustained two or three weeks ago. In which ho tore the ligaments of one of his knees severely. The banks and stores will be closed and business suspended In Calumet tomorrow. Calumet people Intend leaving this evening and tomorrow for Ishpeming to nttend the annual ski tournament In the Hematite city. The large class of prospective citi zens, affiliated with the Calumet branch of the Pritlsh-Ameriean Natur alization league, who will go to Hough ton the evening of March 3. fur the purpose of tiling applications for cit izenship papers, Is receiving instruc tions from the officers of the club. Rev. It. W. Farquhar, of Prophet s ville, 111., who has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Red Jacket Con gregational church, is expected to ar rive here Wednesday for next week, nnd will preach both morning and evnenlng In the church, a week from next Sunday, ltev. Mr. Farquar Is a forceful preacher, and comes to Calu met highly recommended. NUMBER OF CASES IN COURT OF JUSTICE J4CK0LA A complaint has been sworn out charging John Wakevalm n. Pine street saloon keeper, with keeping his place of business open last Sunday. The defendant 1ioj demanded an ex amination. This has been set 1y Jus tice Jackola for March 2. Wakeval iieii Is looking for $300 bonds. Kmil Johnson appeared in Justice Jackola's court this morning, and swore out a warrant against Jacob Dexstrom, charging him with assault and Imttcry. Dexstrom has not yet been nrrcsUd. The case will likely be heard this evening. Mrs. Mary Iilack of Wolverine, has t a used the arrest of her divorced hus 'band, John ltlack, alleging that he made use of slanderous remarks con cerning her. Iilack will bo brought In-fore Justice Jackola some time to day. Paul Pnto nnd Paul Sll of Wolver ine, are charged with slandering Mrs. Helen Subo, also of Wolverine. The men will be given a hearing this evening. John Ko.ma of Wolverine, appear ed In Justice Jackola's court last even-In-,', with a badly swollen optic, the result, he alleges, of a fracas Sunday afternoon In a Wolverine boarding bouse. Ho has caused the arrests of three men. charging them with assault nnl battery. The defendants are (Miarhs iv viang, Steve Wight nnd Frank Kronrad. The first named pleaded not guilty, and demanded r.n examination. This has been set for Friday morning, February 24. Vel'ht pleaded guilty and was nsscssed $" and costs, or 00 days In Jail, nnd Kr .n rad also pleaded guilty, and was fi.ied $ir. and costs. CALUMET BOWLING RESULTS. TamarpcUs Climbing in Commercial League Hickoriee Win. The C. & H. clerks dropped three straight games to the Tamarack cleiks on the Y. M. C. A. alleys last evening, thereby giving the Hankers a gool lead In the Hrcentage column .f the league. This Is the ilrst match lost by the C. & TI. clerks this season. The following are the Individual sreres of the match: Tamaracks. rtMn 212 179 144 Hendrlckson 174 l.'.l 15". Nichols 176 178 16fi Uoyee ... Ifi7 1G4 144 Wild? ISt 174 201 Totals 910 C. & H. Clerk.. Katon 1C7 Hooper K,0 Havey ' 17 I (Mirktl iiWMn IT'S Kil'T 210 lie sure and buy your Overcoat or Suit this week, at Vertin Pros, as you can make a big saving. f23 'S64 lit I7r. ir.t ir.s 137 R18 100 r.o 106 130 201 Total SSS 702 7S3 Hickories Take Matci. The Hickories won two games of t1i match with the Hemlocks on the Elks' all ' js Idst evening, the following be ing the inoivldual scores: Hickores. Porg.f ISO 1.16 i:.4 Kruger 102 142 102 Wells 112 I'd 140 Gctchell 132 Kemp 121 162 lf.0 Itupj.recht 1S4 140 Total 6S7 SitO 716 Hemlocks. Van Kuren 139 131 106 Paull 160 130 131 Harvey 130 1S6 126 Wiliner-i 123 112 Whltnnll 197 1C7 131 Glasson - - 131 Total 731 C96 724 WINTER IS STILL WITH US i VEl (A and will be for sonic time yet. iliow About That n You couldn't find a more op- ,?tw X . J $ buy one of our Stein-Bloch or Society Brand Coats with regular Presto Collar. CTQnionnisnt OUIOUUUIH They are selling now at f Al. y ular price. There is a big assortment to pick from. Cime in and take a look. NEW LINE OF NECKWEAR TODAY. CALUMET 4 HOUGHTON TV ONE FAMILY ORGDESIRA, AIL CHILDRfN, MAKES BIG HIT The concert given Sunday night in the basement of St. Joseph's Slovenian church, was largely attended, and one of the most successfu entertainments of its kind ever given in the city. The feature was the paying of a one fam ily orchestra, composed of two boys and three girls, of Joseph Sterbenz, of Laurium. They are remarkable musi cians for their age, playing reed and brass Instruments with skill that would do credit to much older and ex perienced persons. The youngest of the quintette, a little girl of our, also sings beautiful ly, having a splendid soprano voice, and her vocal solos Sunday night made a great hit. The proceed of Sunday night's en tertainment were devoted to St. Jo seph's Slovenian church. It was the i second time the children of Mr. Ster benz, known as "The one family or chestra," had appeared In public, and I it Is predicted the orchestra will be in great demand from now on. NO ICE ON MORE LA NO. There is no iie on the steamer Moreland, stranded off Kugle Itiver, the strong winds of the last few days having broken up the lee -surrounding tho boat and hlown it out Into tho lake. The stcann-r's position on the reef is unchanged, the large amount of Iron ore Hill In the craft holding her lii-mly in j lace. The Held Wrecking company plans to resume work on tin Moreland in the spring and Is confi dent it will he able to bring the boat safely into port. 1 " God's Country" Tonight r There will a spccla meeting of CaUimet 1odr No. 271. P. & A. M., Thurt day evening. 1-Vb. 23rd, a 7:30. Work In the A. K. de Rrco. JOHN D. KKIUt. W. M. CEORCJE WILLIAMS. Sec y One of the Principal Reasons forthe Leadership of nnnell Qros in the Sale of Musical Goods is the Fact that we Lead in va lie Giving No matter what Instrument you have In mind to purchase, tio matter what the amount you have in mind to spend, you will find it to your Interest In Dollars and Cents to learn what we offer. Not only have we our Calumet and Hancock Store to consider In ordering Musical floods, but in addition we must supply Twenty-two other branch es as well as our big Detroit hind quarters. It Is a fact with which evt ryone Is familiar that to purchi.se in quantity is to pecure n lower price than through ordering In small ninouut, and It Is this power of Immense pun liases w hich contributes largely to the matchless values always found here. 7; .l:W.FVr?&Y?r WILLAR ; MACK. )f th Msck-Ltoroj Company, Which PrcttrU "Cod' Country, of th Wt, at th Calu .ie Theater Tonight. a Comedy i Our Stockof New 191 1 Models is Positively Unrivaled in C?eautyt Variety and Quality Our warerooms are filled to overflowing with the latest, finest cre ations of the noted manufacturers we represent. We want the pub lic to Inspect our stock to examine and test instruments to learn of the latest Improvements In Piano construction to familiarize themselves with the new Player-piano to see and hear the 1911 models In Victor Talking Machines nnd IMIson Phonographs to acquaint themselves with our line line of Small Instruments, etc. We cordially Invite you 1 1 v isit our store nt your early conven ience. Come whether u consider purchasing at this time or not. A visit docs not obligate ou in the slightest. Uepresental I ven of the House will be glad to demonstrate the Instruments, eiiteitain you xvilh music and ;ive yon and desired information. STLS-fAgXjjj 'MADE CERTAIN We sell only Instruments of proven worth. Note the celebrated makts of Pianos found here; SI KI.VW.VY oniXNIXL ltlloS. (our own make); SOIIM Kit. VnsK. . Wild MAN STKULINC, SUnMNOKU. SCHAKPFKU. SMITH & HAKNKtf. MKNDKLS SOUV. Ht'NTINO'n N. Kts. In Pi cr-pianos we are sole ,M Ichigan representatives for the world-famous PIANOLA line. We. carry a complete stock of Victor Talking Machines, Kdlson Phonographs, nnd Kecords; while In violins. Hand Instruments oral other musbal iwhi b:iniiise. we handle the bcM Foreign and American makes. The values we present cannot be equalled elsewhere. Convenient pavmcnt t-rms arranged. Ileforo purchasing Musical (loods of uny kind, make It n point to it MUhi ni's Leading Music H"u.o. GR INN ELL BROS. Twenty-hivr Stores, l'eadqu. liters, Detroit. CALUMET STCP. HANCOCK STORE 110 FIFTH ST. :07 Q'JINCY ST.