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FRIDAY, APRIL 14,. 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS.
PACE SEVEN.
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS-Well, Mother Developes a Streak of Economy at Last
MY UooDr.ssI
TiAT NitM'S HATS
TMtNUi TO JTWY.
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NSXohln COMRi TO K!Nt aHA8Y RVE- DOLIAHS VHCAptRV ' V
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I .' WX . roLUNK) ' 1 I V HND PILK On C OU L ALL K1LH I' f I - I
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Laurium Department I
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PLANNING VISIT
10 NATIVE LAND
MOVEMENT FOR PILGRIMAGE TO
SCOTLAND HAS "HAME TO
CALEDONIA" FOR
SLOGAN.
Angus Oril.in Murray, chief of the
Suits .f Ann rii'ii." is in tin city ln-iri-stinic
liia lonntrj men in the sreut
n.itiuniil nnv'im-nt which has been
tart.-d fur u return to Scotland the
uiniiiir ginmmr of all native sons, says
;k Imluth lWrnl.l. The -ol.l chief."
s he is kcIh rally known. Is stopping
it the McKay hot-l ami is receiving
,;.iiv (alls from Duluth Scolsiucn. lie
ils from Toledo. Ohio, where ho is
lie Iliad of the Scots of that state.
!l;im.' to Caledonia is the slogan
of the Scots of America," says Chief
Murray. "The return movement Is tlm
grintcKt event in the annals of Scot
tish enterprises In this country. Fully
3, (KM) sons and daughters of I!onnio
I Scotland' are preparing to go hack to
visit the land of their forefather?.
I ('rent receptions are being arranged by-
the authorities of Ilinburgh, (SlaK'jow,
Aberdeen, Dundee and IjiverneMS. A
creat reunion will be held on the
banks of Ijoch Dominond. Andrew
i'iiincgie will have a special train at
tilusgow to bring his countrymen to
his Highland home, Skiho castle, where
he will entertain them royally. The
Scottish national exhibition will be
j held in Jlasgov this summer, and the
j centennial of the launching of the
i Comet on the Clyde will be ce lebrated,
Jus will many other national events of
national importance dear to the hearts
.of Scotsmen. The steamer (3ranplan
'of the Allan line has been chartered
'for the occasion and will sail from
j Montreal July 8, and will have on board
'a full quota of Scotch entertainers,
j Donald Young of Pan ton & White Is
the Duluth representative of the Scots
of Americu, and he will have charge
of the local end of the preparations."
The preparations for the return
movement have been under way for the
jh.st year or more. They have been
j made on an extensive scale and every
thing has been done which will tend
j to increase the comfort ami enjoyment
of those who will make the trip. This
j Is true not only of the voyage Itself,
but of the preparation! which have
j been made for the visitors after they
reach Scotland. Numerous excursions
have been arranged, accommodations
of all kinds will be provided, and there
will be receptions and entertainments
in abundance, while those who wish
to follow their own proKiam can do
so.
MEETING OF THE COUNCIL.
Important Matters to bo Token Up
Next Tuesday Afternoon.
Next Tiusd.iy aftrnoon, April IS,
the Dauriuni village council will hold
jan ndjourned statutory meeting for
ithe purpose of receiving more appll
' cations for lhpior licenses. The coun
cil will also take up the annual vil
lage appointments.
President Joseph Wills would have
made the appointments at a meeting of
the council Tuesday afternoon of this
week, had there been a full attend
a nee. Councilman (leorge Hall. Sr.. is
out of town at present, and the ap
pointments! and naming of committees
was left until his return. According to
President Wills, there, will be little If
any ehangc in the personnel of t Ik
Village o!lic IS.
It is said there will be few street im
provements made the coming summer,
at least none that will Incur any great
expense. It Is the intention to build
up the village cxchucr as inui h as
possible.
It is expected that all the saloon
keepers will have filed tln-ir applica
tions hctw'cn now and Tuesday af
ternoon. As yet, only about one-half
of the liipior dealers have applied for
licenses.
LAURIUM M. E. PROGRAM.
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LAUR1UIV3" BUSINESS" DIRECTORY
CARSANTI & CO.
FRESH TODAY.
New faMi;ist, caulillowcr, nspara
"iw, wax beans, cucun bi is, French
r.Cc, eelery, radish, K'ccii, onions,
toMatoey. straw lien ics and pineapples.
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BAWDEN THE GROCER.
We buy our goods In large quantities
and can sell much cheaper to you. We
supply your every want, and make ii
cur litisltu ss to please, you. phone
jniir orders. No. 123.
A. ESPEL MUSIC INSTRUCTOR.
Teacher of hlh class music for the
Mum. Tht whole of my attention is
Riven to my pupils who are my best
ic-ommi 'filiation. Special agent for
11"' famous Crown Piano.
NIGHT SCHOOL
KNItoLI. NOW.
Laiiriiuu Commercial Heboid.
COLLINS & WAGNER LIVERY.
are lu re to pica so you nnd nre
TTy desirous of proving to you the
ii'Tiia of our service. Horses and ve
hl'l's furnished for all occasions.
I'horip 013.
COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO.
'-nre.-t and most comnlcto stock of
niliiii and healing goods In Iiur-
'"1. Slieel-il nllnnt!, ...
II HI If-
id 'o a full linn of I'. rif r il
IW( ,.,i,..u ..II.. , ..!! , . ..
COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS.
"IT soft drinks nrn hum lien 1 1 l.rnt
9ri1' illVigoratin-J. Marin f.v lort.
"""ary machinery, enablin,- us to
M-cial to parties nnd entertaln-
n"'H. PllOM,. Oi,
CHICAGO DECORATING CO.
ArhFtiC illtrri.ll- ,lr,.r...l l
rn ivi , . Vs " ...
j. jicr nanging. tinting
y (inishlnp. picture framing.
moulding mirrors resllvcrel. fur
rrnnlshed. F. Pentzold. Phono 387.
CENTRAL HOTEL.
r,n' Osecnla street, nonr
' Ih. one block ro,n the c-ars. Ppo
fcJ r.i tc. by ,IlP w,.,.k or ,n)(nni Wo
wi,if m hvnt' ,lMt an,, cn,'l water
litlu. D.D.Di8tcl. Phone 2G7-J.
CONFECTIONERY & FRUITS.
pA l-o lino of camilc, fruits, ea-ned
. . nnd th standard brands of
ti;t r" nnd clpirrttm. Wo niiinufae
croam n.l deliver wholesale
"Mors. Mlcheli,,, & ,u.r,aBf,0.
f NT MT0R C0'
IW," ,. th ,,,,rJ -automobile, n
Palrln nr" ai,tn '''inlpmet.t.
Ia,rleofallklnd,. Mlolle 320-J.
EGGEN & HOYEM. j THE PALACE HOTEL.
Dread is the staff of life nnd must!. Centrally located In the business
bo pure. We guarantee our bread to i district of I.aurlum. Modern appoint
bo the best. A trial from our large j merits with Pteatn heat and bath. Spe
stock of fresh baked goods will con-,clal rates' for regular boarders. Fourth
vince vuu of the quality. Phone 523. and llccia Sts. Mrs. T. Schrieber. Prop.
FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
For spring and summer year, the pre
vailing styles will include browns. F.ng
Psh grays and blue serges In domestic
and imported fabrics. Repairing, clean
ing and pressing. 1 K. Neeh, 3rd St.
PENINSULA HEATING & PLB. CO.
We are the largest plumbing estab
lishment In the upper peninsula, have
the finest equipment nnd do the finest
work at the right prices. Estimates
furnished. Phone 293.
GOURD BROS. MEATS.
Dnurium's largest cash meat dealeis.
All meats, fish mil gamo in season,
our name means ood meats of high
quality. Satisfaction will be given on
all orders, large or email.
HAIRDRESSIN3 & SHAMPOOING.
P.ring us your combings. We will
make them into switches. Parlors for
electrical facial massage, manicuring
nnd chiropody. Mclaughlin & Kelly,
over 'Faucet t & Cluck's office.
REYNOLD'S MEATS.
Our meats are the best that are ob
tainable. All are government Inspect
ed and have our personal guarantee of
fieshness. Service prompt. Phone
102.
JOHNSON-MILLINER.
Do Pure and visit the most up-to-date
hat shop in Lauriam. Deautiful
new creations for spring wear direct
from Chicago. Our styles will please
you. Miss Johnson, Ilccla St.
LAURIUM BAKERY.
Our reputation for the past fourteen
years Is a guarantee of our goods. In
order to please you, we keep the best
of everything nt the right prices. D.
Marta, F.statc, Hecla St.
MACLEOD'S LIVERY STABLE.
First class livery and prompt cab
service day or night. Hacks furnished
for funerals nnd etc. Daggage hauled
to and from trains. Sprial attention to
boarders. Malcolm MacLeod. Phone 90.
NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL.
Six regulation billiard nnd pool ta
bles that ore kept in good condition,
with good lights and courteous atten
tion, leading brands cigars and cigar
ettes. Agts for Markham's box candles.
NIELSON THE GROCER.
We try to supply our customers ev
ery wish nnd want by carrying a fresh
line of fine groceries. Our quality is
high, our prices low. Phono 417 J.
3 1 . Osceola Ft.
M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE.
Insurance Is n.good sound business
proposition nnd a man rannot do bet
ter In taking n life insurance policy
with the Detroit Dlfo Insurance Co.
First Nat. Dank Dldg., Uiurlum.
PAULL'S CASH MEAT MARKET.
Choicest ruts of fresh nnd salt meats.
Staple and fancy groceries, milk, but
ter and egg.. Special discounts for
cash. First class sausage of nil kinds.
Tho. Paul. Phone 12.
SALICETTI & CARBONATTO.
"Quality first price afterward," Is
our motto. We solicit your . trade,
knowing we can pka.se jm. our
goods are ,fri i.h ai.d service prompt.
Phono 419 for our man to all.
Sunday School to Have Charge
Services in Evening,
Fast'-r services at the Dmriiiai
I, church Sunday evening will be
charge of the children of the Sum
school. The following excellent p
gram will be rendered:
Chorus, Faster Dells Are I'ingliir:.
Prayer.
Responsive Heading.
Song, New Hope is Porn, i
girls.
I Hecitatlon. Faiih's AVakenhi-r. V
jerla Wolskl. '
j Recitation. Send the Tidings, Mtv-
, cedes Pedlar. 1
I Irimary song, Ike l-Inslcr Dili p.
I Recitation. The Faster Mo aele; Will
White. ' "' " ; "
I Recitation, Keeping the" K.iioes
Ringing, Ruth Trathcnl'
Chorus. Christ Hath Risen.
Fxereise. Risen, Five primary ?',iil".
Recitation, When lie Arose, H.ittle
Reynolds. ' ' ' " "
Song, Faster Light, ci.jrt f;lrls.
Kxerclse, He Roved Fs !st, Thru
primary sirls. ' '
Duet, Jesus Dives Again.
Recitation, The Message of Faster.
Song. Jesus Is Risen.
Primary song. They Have a Word to
Say.
Collection and Announcements.
Solo. The Story of Faster, Miss Fet
tle Richards.
Recitation. Faster Dells, Viola R.dt
l.ins. Recitation, The Legend of the Lilies,
Jennie Derryman,
Song by the School, The Victor
King.
Closing song, Crown Him.
Dcnedlctlon.
love and Light." In the clnuvh next
Monday evening. Several nlunrrals
have been held by the t hoir, and a
treat is In store for the congregation.
Members of Court Louis do France,
A. C. A., will give a card party next
Wednesday eve-nint; in the First Na
tional bank hall building. Lain iunl.
Tin Ca'umet City orchestra has been
e imaged to furnish music. This will
be the first social palt.V by this lo.Ue,
follow ing Le nt.
DAILY CARE OF PIANO.
As a Rule Instrument Do:s T.'ot Get
Proper Attention.
''I hav' bci'ii amaze d, " said Maud
l'owe-ll, the Ann li'-an violinist, the
other day, "at the lack of care the
average piano owner Hives bis instru
ment. Tho a piano may be bought by
some me-rciy as a parlor ornament. It
certainly xhould receive- as good care
as Its owner bestows em his French
mil ror.
"When buying a piano many per
sons are more cxactin;; than we vio
linists are- in stliiiing a violin, and
goodness knows we are particular
enoiijc h.
They look j;t a piano almost with
a maunifjing -,!ass, as t!u they were
buying diamonds ,to no If there is the
fclighe-st ele fect in il,e varnish. The y
try every key from bass to treble and
(ind pc-ih.ips, or faiu-y they find, one
l ey the- tone of whb h they think is
not right.
"ibit when they Ih ally do buy and
the piano is placed In tlelr home,
v bat a change. '
"The fiu Ii n.ifior bciivht at the
t;.ni-. time Is e-arefuily ;tnd fre-ejuently
Cil il lied.
"Itut how about the' piano Too ofti n
;I find beautiful Instruments set tin?
snug- up anainst cold, damp outside
. walls, one end, peTbaps, close to a hot
radiator, the either against a cold
' v indow or door, while the top Is cov
e'tl with Jailing picture frames and
a iniscillaneons assortment if "things
I v-hie h, ce n if oi naineiital, eertainly
have no place on the- top of a bealitl-
; fill piano."
The Idea.
"Should you Fay 'Hello!' to the tele
phone girl If she is a widow?" "Cr
'.a'lily, unless she Is a (ra'.s widow;
then you ehould cay, 'Hay, there!'"
Wir-9 Rul-5 for Life.
What cue has he oi:f'ht t use, and
whatever ho does he should do with
nil his mijiht. Cicero.
H, E. Sangster, D.D.S.
Laurium, Mich.
SAXBY & McDONALD SALE STABLE
Dealers in delivery, draft ami driv
ing horses. Will get you any kind you
want. All kinds of.fee-d delivered
promptly If you will phone us No. C09.
Open night or day.
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LAURIUM BRIEFS.
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M. W. SEfFERT CIGARS.
Deah-rs if you want to be a booster
for home industry you are safe in rec
ommending the Dan Patch to the most
particular smokers. They are tho
goods.
SWYKERT THE GROCER.
Distributor for Carpenter Raking
Co. 'a delicacies of Milwaukee. Their
cottage bread Is the Ideal toasting
bread. Their angel fewul cako "tastes
like more." Phone cr.7-R.
THE THISTLE BAKERY.
Our special bread, also our cakes and
doughnuts nre made with the best
grade flour. We sell wholesale and re
tall. Phone us 141. hn Dunlop. 427
Hecla St.. Dnurium.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
W'c sell the best grade of wines and
fine liquors and cigars obtainable In
the city. Wo make a specialty of ca
tering to family trade. Felix Orsal.i
no. Phone No. 132. Hecla St.
WEDDING INVITATIONS
CALLING CARDS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
PRINTED OR ENGRAVED
AT
THE CALUMET NEWS.
A son has been to Mr. and Mrrt. Ton
kin Williams, of Woodbind avenue,
Laurium.
(Jeorge Hall, Sr., is expcteel home
tomorrow or Sunday from a visit to
southern states.
A daughter has been born to Mr.
and Mrs. Jeiscph Oardetto, of Hecla
street, Laurium.
Martin (lustafson, of Alston, who
has been spending n couple ef days
here, has left for home,
Arthur Deaudette, of Iiuiium, who
has been spending some' time here has
left for his home In Manchester. Vt.
The I,aiirlum M. F. church choir will
render that beautiful cantata, "Lord of
Violin Instructions
GEO. D. BARNARD, Conductor and
Manager of the Calumet &, Hecla Band
and Orchestra, will take a limited
number of pupils on the Violin. Tel
Res. 53-R- or C. & H. Exchange 85.
OPTOMETRIST HERE
W. THURTELL,
The optometrist Iwm returned t
Calumet and haj hi office in the Lisa
Block, 6tl) street, mar postoilbe.
Eyes thoroughly tested and gla
fitted.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Hours. 1 lo C and 7 te- 8 p. in. Tel. 3'
Shea Brothers Co.
LIVERY.
UNDERTAKING t EMBALMING.
Phones: Office. 300; Residence 521 R.
Cor. Oak & Dili Sts. Calumet.
AT this season of the year everyone is paying special attention to
dress. We have anticipated the demand for quality garment?,
and now offer you a very attractive line of goods for
LADIES', MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S WEAR
aists
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celebrated
Wi: OFFFIt A SPLFNDID ASSORTMFNT OI
le, Tailored and Novelty Shirt Waists of the
Pedlock Werthelme:- in.ike. both in Dutch am
effects. Klmoiia ind Peasant sleeves. This
u-veral numbers In cdored h ind-maeb' embroidered efi"e ts.
Price. $1.00 to $4.50.
.0 e-i'lcbratcel
iHi, mmM
line includesfjj Ji'V
' J N F OF COTTON VOILFS, LACF AND FMDRoiD
iV tfimtned, at $4.0.' to $6.53 each.
PONUFF SHIRT WAISTS. STOCK COLLAR NFW
bl as. In range' of price's.
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Coats
A Ll.VF OF CIIILDRFN'S COATS IN
fine serges, reds, na ieS, ete, also
slieplurd checks, and daintily trimm
ed Silk Poiige i s w ith IuhmIs te match.
Prices $2.50 and up.
WF 1IAVF JFST RFC F.I V FD A
nenv shipment of Misses' Coats in
large range of price's very latest In
style and fabric.
LAD IKS' COATS IN NAVIFS. CRKYS
Shepherd Cheeks. Tans, Tan Cove-its,
etc., including satin braid trimmed
effects, with or without sailor collars.
Skirts
WF 1IAVK A SI'LFNDID , RANelF
ef styles, button and braid trimmeel.
In shaeles of Tan, Navy. Drown, Urey,
etc.. at $2.50 to $15. CO.
AN FXCFPTIONAL ASSORTMFNT
of Flack Voih-s. eh'gant In style, at
prices ranging from $3.50 to $16.50
each.
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FASIIIONADLY DRFSSFD WOMFN
are we-:iring Feud irds. We offer spe
cial value in '22 inch w ide all silk
Foiilar.ls, In Navy, P. lack, Drown, etc..
both plain grouml and white dot and
figure effects, at only C5c per yard.
27 INCH POFDRDS IN ASSORTFD
colors ami designs, at only 85c per
yard.
T.C INCH NOVFLTV FoFLAP.DS IN
new- designs, latest colorings, cxe-ep-fionaF
values at $1.15 per yarel.
Extra
27 INCH ALL SILK It LACK
Taffeta, guarantee el wear, w ei v e n
Pel vapro only 85c p r yard.
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