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FRIDAY, APRIL' 14, 19if.
THE CALUTiIET NEWS. PAGE EICHT r RED CEDAR FLAKES The best Moth Preventive Known. Agreeable Odor. Easily Removed. Sure in Effects. The Most Convenient. v The Most Cleanly. $ 1 5 Os. A Package. AT VASTBINDER & READ, smnma i THE KEXALL Sf OKfi IS HURT WHILE MAKING ARREST NIGHTWATCHMAN MACNAMARA HIT ' ON HEAD .FIVE MEN ARE JAILED AND FINED. EXPECTS MUCH TRAVEL OUT OF HERE FOR CORONATION LOCAL BRIEFS. LARGE and S ACCOUNTS. At our savins b p.u tnn r.t wo enhav.-r to e-xte-nd tho nn.i Attention to the depositor it Ii u small account a: Itor with a largo account. Kvt-rv larae fortune had a small b-lnning. f'-r this roas courage small accounts. :i we bcievo with I ivorabh- col ii.i..rmin:iti.i!i to ilv !'.. 1 .tr I v . that tho small account fciow to u largo one. Remember tho dollars spent f -1 isli I y are not only pone forever, but ii iso their Interest Earning Power f- r the years to come. Vour acioiuit solicited. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURIUM CAPITAL, 100.CGO.CO. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. $35,000.00. OPEN EVrERY SATURDAY EVENING same courtesy to tho depos- we on- Jlti.ms and a is certain to 7403 Shares of Stock sold in Series just closed This moans that JSTOl.'O w ill mvciI monthly by jcp!-- in Houghton county. Tin- X'th (April! series :;w i n. Ia t us tell on more it... ut it. . h:thi:r mh'iimas r.l ILMN'C - Lo.W ASSN. fat'm-:tt i:rjs. & c.vck Calumet and I-.urlum. David Armit Lots for Sale in Philipsville and Renova LIFE. FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. One corner lot at corner Lake Linden ave. and Hecla street, Laurium. Good for business place. Office -Richetta Block, Hecla St., Laurium. Phone 2C8. 3S YI:A!S IN MJSINIISS The Merchants & Miners Bank Caluni-t, .Midi. Capital $15o,ooo.oo Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2io,ooo.co Stockholders' Liability - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits C'lu. firlk'.'s. Pru'l Peter kuppe. V.-Prest W.B. AnJern, V.-Prn't nj .Mur. Stcplun t aull Caohitr J. I). James, Afs't Cashier An Account may be opened with One Dollar Austin Nleml. John Sarvala. Vertte Juoppa. Coorpe Hali'ineii. and Erlck Anteiion, were arrested late lut night, follow ins a raid ty Marshal Joe Tru lell mid Nightw.it. hmon MacNamara ind Spehar. The charge la that of cre ating a noise and tiisturaance on trie North end of Fifth street about 11 o'clock last night. Purine the mix-up Officer MacNamara va struck over the for had by Niemi with some blunt Instrument, suffering a severe contusion. Na-ml. on pleading guilty, this morning, was fined $20 und costs, w hile the tur other defendants, also plead ing guilty, were assessed $3 and costs each. The money was paid. According: to the story told The News this morning- by Officer Mac Namara. he was called to the scene of tho disturbance last evening, and attempted to urrest the men. All of them made a run for tluir boarding house on Fifth street. Officer Mac- Xamara, following; close on their heels. Just before he reached the top of the stairway, leading: to the men's rooms, tho officer alleges that Nleml leaned w." the balustrade, and struck him a eere Mow with some Instrument. A rush was then made for their rooms by the five defendants, and the door i the door of the hall entrance was looked and bolted before the officer could effect an entrance. Fearing treachery. Officer MacNam ara secured the services of Night watchman Paul Spehar and telephoned Marshal Trudoll. A civilian was also placed on duty at the rear of the dwelling to prevent escape from that quarter. The officers then proceeded to the boarding place of the defend ants and demandee admittance. On receiving no answer to their repeated knocking. Chief Trudell decided to burst In the door. Tills was clone. All of the defendants were found in bed In their rooms, giving the Impression that they had been asleep. They all denied any knowledge of the affair, at the time, officer MacNamara. how ever, Identified his men, and later Nie mi is alleged to have confessed. All five were arrested nnrt ta:;en to the iliage lock-up where they were kept until this morning. David Rertio, special representative of the Canadian Pacific steamship lines, was In Caluaiet today on sort business trio. Mr. lurtie left this afternoon for Duluth, and will then return to his home In Mlnnea pedis. 'Mr. Rortle stated that considerable travel out of the copper country for tho coronation of King Cioorge V will take place shortly. He Is in Calumet in the Interests of his company, and will arrange accommodations with lo cal agents for the travelers' conven lenoe. Mr. Ilertie Is presenting to a few copper . country . people copies of mugnhkent booklet gotten out by his lino on the subject of the coronation. Many -scenes are familiar to local res hVnts. Mr. L'.ertie claims that this prDduction Is one of the most magnl fkent pieces of printing ever produced by a steamship comivany. (ieorge, the fifth of that name, will be crowned 'king of Great Rritain and Ireland in "Westminster Abbey, lyon don. June 22 of this year. 'Many peo ple from the copper country will wit ness the historic event. Thousands of people of English birth or ancestry re side in this district and the event Is one cf great interest to them. Many of them are preparing to cross the Atlantic for the ceremony. C. & H. BOWLERS TRIMMED. News Want Ads bring results AWAY WENT THE PIMPLES Eczema, Carbuncles, Boil, Ulcers, Sores, Cancerous Lumps, Rash, Pim ples and all Skin Diseases Quickly Cured by an Aston ishing Marvel of Nature. An Hern of Interest to contractors, bulMcm ami c.'ir pent r. v.lii-n estimating on new orstim tion, .-Iterations or repairs, is lumber f..r mill work. Our y.-ifdn have thi-i sort of nia t Trials constantly mi hand, and the arrival of new consignments are of Iri Mnent oe -nrc-nce. The lumber can iee, and the pri.es We'll nlve you will t your interest. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK J WSiat Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Profits $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 j.ii'i.ooo.oo po.sslblt) loss. Why not have for, and we'll scrvt That amount, stands between jour deport nnd any V- an a. muni with us? That s wl.nl we ...ro ,..r.. you raltli.iilly and well. STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM. MICH. Cutictiy is Harmless, Odorless, Does Not Stain Skin or Clothing Try it a.-H Be Cured. It Certainly is Wonderful What Cuti clay Will Do. There comes from Mexico a most remaikable dry powder called Cu-tl-day. It Is a pure ind natural sub stance mined In tho deep earth. Or. (1. I o., a well known physi cian In Chihuahua. Mex., cured n pus tular eczema with four applications, lie had surprising success with it on I case of erysipelas. S. A. of la I'uso, Tex., cured ring worms which his son had on his head. Jacob P., Chicago, almost Instantly cured eczema and a bail case of pim ples on the face from which ho had suffered for a long time. All who try ('u-tl-clay are -simply astonished. F.czema. boils, wounds, ulcers, salt rheum, any skin disease, any eruption of the fa.ee, hands. bou! or body, Cn-ti-rlay c ures quickly; rdi f Is Instant. Theo. Chicago, says: "My hands arms, legs nnd feet were raw with eczema; In 1" minute all jxiln was ?one; In two day I was cured." These ease are Impressive. Tlie ac tual sores disappear nnd you know there Is something remarkable In Cu ti -clay. The powder I pure nothing added, nothing taken from It being put up Just a It Is taken from the earth. You will be overjoyed to find how qui kly it relieve all sensation of oreiies and you will bo astonish ed to notice how quickly It heals and cure the worst and ugliest sore, ulcer, carbuncle or eruption. You enn get n package of Cu-tl-clay at any drug lore for 25 cent, or will be mallod upon irecelpt of price. If you w lnh to first demonstrate what the wonderful Cu-tl-clay will do, nd your druggist' name nnd 5 cent In ftampi to pay cost of packing, etc., we will mail you n large trial package Tho Cu-tl-cl.iy Co., Chicago. III. It Is old and highly recommended I In Calumet by Kagle Drug Co. Motive Power Bunch Takes Second Series From Champions. In tho near future, the members of the Mothe power bowling team will enjoy a turkey supper at the Mlsco- waubik dub at the expense of the memLcrs of the C. & H. bowling team. champions of the Commercial league as the result of the outcome of a ser ies of matches which were concluded on the club alleys last even Ing. According to tho condl tions of the per le, the Ain ners were to take three matches out of five, but it was not necessary to play the fifth match. This is the second time this season victory has rested with the IMothe Power pin fillers, n turkey supper having 'been forfeited! on each occasion. Consider able Interest was manifested In the outcome of the last series ty the men libers , of the. Mlscenvaublk club and. it l.i said at. the conc lusion, the losers made a. rather h;rsty exit. Fol lowing are the Individual scores; C. & H. Team. Katon l!H Hooper its Davey Klg ,, Ma the-i ,.153 Total Soddy ' Oeorge Merlon Harper Macke-y " Total ! t- t lM. Motive Power. 12S :1S ...164 , ..: lOti 136 202 143 13.' 157 142 187 139 137 137 f20 7r.r 1C1 13S 182 182 13C 157 177 148 151 150 f07 775 j M. E. DISTRICT MEETING. Tho annual ministerial convention for the Houghton District is to be held In Iron Mountain, at the Central M. II church. May 30 and 31. 1911. The convention Is to be attended by ft large number of ministers, their wives and those Interested in church werk. Two distinguished guests who 111 be present are. Rev. D. (J. Dow ney, l). IX, corresponding secretary of the Hoard of Sunday Schools, and Rev. M. J. Trennry, D. I)., the repre sentative of Sunday school work In the State of Wisconsin. 4. '' James D. James has returned fr short visit to Detroit. Fred Williams has gone to drand Rapids, where he expects to spend a couple of weeks. Special street cars will be provided between Calumet ond the Houghton Dourlas9 Falls on Sunday. The beard of directors of the Calu met Y. M .C. A. will hold a regular monthly meeting this evening. Miss Nan Johnson has arrived home from Milwaukee where she has been attending school and will spend the Faster holidays here. Realrs are being made on the ce ment block pavement on Oak street. The blocks are being removed and re- laid wherever they have bulged. Joseph Loan, the well known va cuum cleaner operative, has secured a contract to clean the Mlscowaubik club. He started work on. the Job today. The Calumet township board ofllc-es ill the Ulsoth block are being redeco rated. The contract has been awarde-d to Peter Mattson. Clayton Kohlhaas, n graduate of the M. C. M., son of Mr. and Mr. Frank A. Kohlhaas, has returned from Clare- mont, N. 11., where he has been en gaged for the iwst six months. A number of alterations have been made to the Crown theater not the least of which has been the increase of seating capacity In the gullery. Aud Cruster Is singing "Dreaming" with marked success this week. .Bishop Eis la expected In Calumet Sunday, May 14, for the purpose of undue ting services at some if the ocal Catholic churches Leo Schroeder has returnee! from IMarquette University to spend the Faster holidays with relatives. James I). James, of tho M. & 'M. bank Is expected home tomorrow from a visit to Detroit and other cities. Ionat Asselin, son of Joseph Asse- lln of Sixth street, Is home from Mar quette university, Milwaukee, and will visit here. NEGLECT is A CRIMINAL OFFENSE Tllli SIII-RIF1- WON'T PUT YOU H12I UNI) THli HA RS I-OR IT. Rut If your furs nre not properly cleaned and cared for during the summer, the moths will destroy them for you. Wo have tho latent eloctrie: cleaning ' machine and the proper room to caiv for your furs ut 2 AND 3 PER CENT OF YOUR OWN VALUATION. b.. v"rr.-v Calumet-Phrne 999 - Houghton . AT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Beautiful Easter Music is Prepared by the Choir. Faster services at the Christ Church Fplscopal, will bo of an especially in teresting nature. Reautlful music has been prepared by the choir and spe- lal sermons will be delivered by the pastor, Rev. J. A. Tcnllroeok. The following program has been prepared: Holy communion ut 8:0u a. rn. aiorning prayer and Sioiy commu nion at 10:30 a. in. Program of service: "At the Limb's High Feast" Soiithworth. "Christ (Kir Passover" Fdwln John son. To Deum -William Jackson. Jubilate William Jackson. Hymn "Angels Roll the Rock Aiway." Kyrle CamJdge. Tu Sanotus Cn midge. Hymn ."The Strife 1 Over." "Jesus of Nazareth" H. p. Dank. Recessional "Welconio Happy MVrnlng." A children's eared service will be held at four o'clock In the afternoon, iking tho place of the usual evening service. CALUMET' CONGREGATIONAL. Special Easter Music Prepared by the Church Choir. A special Faster program has been prepared by the c hoir of the -Calumet Congregational church to ilo rendered next Sunday evening. Tho pastor. Rev. I K. Fng will deliver an Fas ter uddre1-. at e-ae h s'-rvleo am! a re ception of now me mbers will bo con ducted in tho niornln?;. The musical Don't forget our big clearance sale of new pianos from April 15th to April 22nd. Cable llano Co., Calumet. al. The Ladies' Aid K-ioty of the Cal umet M. K. church will hold a sale of useful articles en Thursday afternoon and eve'iilng, April 20tii In their church pari us. Program will be re-n-dered and refreshments served. a-20 So le tary. New Pianos at $1C.". $l!i.", $235. etc. All Faster week. The Cable no Co. 1 $250, program to lie rendered by the choir In the evening Is as follows: Tenor solo arid quartette, "Nailed to tho Cioss," Miss Ijucile "Whislcr, Mix C.ardnor, Arthur Reed and Clustir Soddy. Anthem, "I DcH-laro Fnto You Cbispcl," bans solo nnd choir. Anthem, "As It Rogan to Dawn loner solo and eholi'. Anthem. "We Declare Fnto You i;l,ij Tiding." Anthem, "The Strife la O'er." the YOU ROVFRS OF ART. A treat such as has never hefnra be-e n ff red to Calumet art lovers !i yours If you will avail joursclf of un admission ticket to the John F. John son art display in the old Fire Hail in Fifth street. P.iblcal characters and scenery in oil painting on can vas, such as would be a credit to the hist artists, is being exhibited by .Mr. Johnson (one of Calumet's miners) each day this week from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. for the small fee f 10 and 15 cents. nil I CARD PARTY AND DANCE. Members of Calumet Temple, Ty thlan Sisters have arranged for a card and dancing party to be conducted Wednesday evening,. April 26, at the Fnion building. It had been planned that this party should be conducted on Thursday evening, April 27, but a change was announced yesterday. Oood music has been engaged for the dancing. Cards will be played and re freshments will be served. An enjoy able time is anticipated. HER FATHER SERIOUSLY ILL. Miss Hazel Illrsch has been colled to Duluth, In response to a telegram Informing her of the serious Illness of her father, C.eorge Illrsch. His condi tion Is reported critical, and news of his death Is expected. Mr. ICIrseh Is a brotber of Chris Illrsch, of Sixth street, and is well known in Culumet, where he was born and raised. Ho has .been residing In Duluth for'some time past. ENTERTAINED AT DINNER. Trof. W. V. Hodge, of the Calumet high school faculty, entertained the members of the Calumet , basketball team at a five-course dinner nt the Y. M. C. A, "Spa" last evening. The members of the team are loud In their praises to Mr. Hodge, and state they had A very pleasant time. CAKE SALE. A cake sale Saturday April 15th In the Christ Church Episcopal parish rooms from 2:30 to C o'clock. Save $125 on the price of n player piano at easier week ciearane-e sale. U'able Piano Co.. 115 f.th St. Cnln. met. nl5 FREE! FREEl FREE! A beautiful watch and fob given sb sedutely free with every man's or hoys' suit ranging trf prloe fmin $5.00 up, purehawci nt eAir toro Saturday, April 15th. Izcle Itlnmenthal. a-14 DR. WINFIELD S. HALL. Eminent Medical Authority to Speak 'Here Sunday. Dr. Winfleld S. Hall, dean of the medical department of the Northwest ern University will come to Calumet on Saturday to address three big mass meetings for men in the copper coun try, besides talking to the boys of the Calumet schools at the high school building Saturday afternoon nt two o'clock, fon the theme, "From Youth to Manhood." Dr. Hall will speak at the Ijike Linden city hall Saturday even ing, and on Sunday afternoon he will address a mass meeting for men at the Calumet theatre. Sunday evenJng he will be nt Mohawk. Dr. Hall Is recognized as a national authority on matters pertaining to hy giene and It Is exacted his visit to the eoivper country will be productive of much good. He comes here under the auspices of the Social Purity league, this being his second visit to the cop per country. . BACK OF 1 Paint tail Fast Color Wo have seven years experience in the sale of same. During that time we have sold thousands ef gallons. During that time there has been painted scores of homos In Calumet and vicin ity with NOXAI.R Paint, and there nre scores of home owners In this vicinity that are satisfied as to the wealing qualities of NelX ARI When you paint, is It not best to use NOXALL? leckonen leV filth Street O-iardware To. Calumet, Mich. GOOD PROGRAM FOR EASTER. Services at Red Jacket Congregational To Hold Reception. Excellent 'programs of special Eas ter music have been prepared for the Red Jacket Congregational church on Sunday. The choir of the church ha been rehearsing for several weeks under the direction of Mrs. Victor Engstrom, the choir leader. The fol lowing mmi'bers will bo rendered at the morning service: Vocal solo, "The Lord Is King," Miss Clara IJeardsley. Vocal solo, "Hosanna," Mrs. James D. Godfrey. Trio, "Winter Is Tast," Misses Mil ler and Reardsley nnd Mr. Rryant. Sermon by Rev. R. w. Fnnruhar. The program prepared for the even ing will Include a story nnd song en titled, "Iove Triumphant." by (Flor ence KlriKsley, rendered by a choir of twenty-two voices. Albert Eddy will play a violin oo during the offertory. Miss Fanny Pnull will net a organist and Miss Lyle Emgstrom n pianist. Reception for Pastor. The Congregation of tho Red Jack et Congregational church will tender n reception for their new pastor, Rev. R. VV. Parquhnr and. wife cn Tue day evening. April 18, at eight o'clock. All memlH-rs and friend of the con gregation are cordially Invited to bo present. For Easter Sunday Dinner ttrawberr ies Wax Caans Head Lettuce Lcrf Lettuce Celery Cucumbers Egg Plant Green Peppers Water Cress Mushrooms Round R.idish Lony RaJish Green Onion P?rs!ey Bunch Beets Bunch- Carrots Leeks Pineapples Long Radish i omaioen Cwcet Potatoes New Cabbage Asp?.rar;ii, Rhubarb Blcod Oranges Navel Oranges Stuffed Dates Grope Fruit mi New want ads wring results. t Bicycles Bicycles with Coaster Rrake nnd good cqulp- ,nt S1 00 Other grades up to $-1000 Ri.ycle sundries, tires etc.. at bottom prices. A well made nnd nicely trimmed collapsible go cart for $5.oo, the usual $7.00 kind. ardwarefTo. f arlton j- PHONE 164 CAI.UMET. MICHIGAN 400 FlfTH ST