TUESDAY, MAY 16,
THE CALUMET KEWS.
The siore which we are now fitting up will
soon be ready for business. Kindly keep this
Also keep in mind that when the store is
opened, it is coiiu: to be conducted in a way
which will meet with the approval of the entire
Everythumisuoinutobe done that possibly
can be done to uive our customers tliq best kinu
of a service. Announcement ol opening will be
VASTBINDER & READ, """"
to from that is to provide the XHCKSSITIKS AND COMFOIiTS
of lite which old us- will eall f-r-lf ou spend all of your earnings
1 "vVoiild 1' not be wise for you to have a snug amount to your credit
villi our Savinus 1 . partn.cnt not only for old nSe, but for the immediate
future should your income STDDIOXLY STOP.
ONE DOLLAR WILL START AN ACCOUNT.
3 per cent compound interest
paid on savings deposits.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURIUM
CAPITAL, $100,000.00. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 35,C0O.UO.
OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING
C T'lifnf T'i'B-t-"v-g
Lots tor Sale in
LIFE. FIRE, ACCIDENT AND
PLATE GLASS INSURANCE.
corner lot at corner Lake
Linden av. and Hecla street,
Laurium. Good for busmece
OfF.ee Richetta Block, Heda
St., Laurium. Phone 2G6.
damage is lon
at 10 ii. m
weio hurt an 1 small
in th- wric k of the
l.TTilHril. N. 7. on the S uita
ikhich la due in SiiiTlor
Th wreck occurred yes
terday morning at 4 -1 o'clock two
miles east of South Kaugc, at the
Kighte entli street crossing. Tie over
the culvert at tlii crossing save way
and all f the ears except the snioUer
left the track. Th pnsscn.;er were
brought to Superior in the Smoker lat
er in the day. Duluth Herald.
FAUCETT BROS &. GUCK.
38 YEARS IN BUSINESS
The Merchants & Miners Bank
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $210,000.00
Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Che. NtUus, PreVt I'ftcr Wuppc. V.-Pree't V .lt. AnJ.rt.on. V.-I'rei't and Mitr.
Stc he-n I'aull, Cashier J. I. Jmr, As't Catehier
An Account may be opened with One Dollar
BEST OF TAlENf
' WILL TAKE PART
FINE CONCERT WILL DE GIVEN
TOMORROW EVENING ATTHE
ATER UNDER NORWE
With tin eeepto:i of Knute Froy
Mia, violinist, who hails tioiu Val
ley City, N. I., those w 10 will
taWo l.art in the S t teinle-Mai 1'est
at the 'alumet theater tomorrow!
Iiinht, are local people. J
Ivltsi Mildrid I. ll-unstlahl Is rocor- !
nlzeil as one of t.'ic teji'er country's!
ino.t tah nt d vocalists and wheiexerj
.-he has a pcarcd has been spokvll ol ;
as a rii'g.-r with a cry promising tu-
lure. Her accompanist, Miss Lillian i
P.oslno Sural) l'amala. kwn to the
pidjlio as Sa all lici nh irdt. t.no
world's most li"tlri!jiilnhed living act
ress. coim;i t tie Calumet theater
.May ', nn e:i..ae.mnt which will
pnc oT intcrc i to every tin. iter pat
ron in the v lt . The brilliancy or
Mine IleriihtiiU's lit mix teased to
he the mcaslon of marv.1; il is the
vitality, the undaunted energy, and
ll . .lpei; I . ! t V i i'.'ll 111 llHcVs of the
at res- whh h astounds the world. Ml
I he "L'nd of lit e),lobr she eeletirat
, 1 her f Ixty-M. nth birthday, after
4S years of aln.o-t unceasing effort In
IN rnhanit was horn in Paris In
1SH, and was educated at the Convent
do Oramkti.iMi'S, Ve r-viillc1, w in re in
a child, she gave evidence of her his
trionic powers, winning numerous
medals lor pr :h leney In elocution.
Wiight. is a pianist of remarkable s)l(, !n.irt .,. p,rst appeaiance. at the
ihllity an.l te hnhpie. The tlin-e a lmve j ,.nmr tj;t ran, i,ise a h n Hie wa.-? IS
inentlom il form the i-aiue company j y,.;i,. ,,), ;H j ,h i,r'iiic-. In 1ST." sue
whi:i isiil i'alunnt last .--111111111 r : aiU(i a rt. --u 1 :i r member of the
under the name of the Mildrid Horns- ,m,..i,. nimimiiv. and when une left
dahl t'l.ncert company which proved a
hi); S1H C SS.
lv.shhs nuni1i-rs to be Riven y
MesM i. Hi nm tt and Kln lh- Calu
met .Mixed tllirtetto and the l-lani
Male Octette will siiijf. The Calum.t
Mixed (.juartette appiaied for the tlrst
time at the )d. I'cllOAs' temple dedi
cation at Houghton, where they were
i.coicbd i'n ovation. Mildrid I. Koms
dald. LilliiMi C. Wrixht. Harry K. Kiiitf
i.nd I: ir
dous la-s of Mr. Winsjin-en is es
pecially notlc'ii'Me. while the other se
lection, a tenor solo ly Hrbk T.rick
son, ri'preseiits th'. solitude of the
and Joseph H. I'.eni.ett are
hers ef the tpl.irtette.
The Tram Male tette
direi th n of Andrt .v Kb vtn,
musical oruani.atloii ulm.-i
w ill prove Kems of nu b dy
mony. Oyslan" Is v. inajes
ive coinp'ition, where I !i
it to make h r ti'vt tour of America
she wus (Ined f-Oaao, luit in Ppite of
this the venture was a jrront .lluam ial
suircFi. Iteturnintf to Tails In 11.
-he Ix-tame the director or the The
atre Amibku, and the f.dlowlntj year
she was 1, tarried to M. Damala. In
i-he thought the Porte t. Martin
Theatre (the homo of Rostand's
"Chantcclo! ") and mule noteworthy
productions there. Later she assumed
the direction of the ItcnaKsaneo
Theatre, where many of her suoccssi s
were produced. Ill 1S!S slie bought
the rdd Theatre do Nations and re
named it th.- Theatre Sarah Hern
hnrdt, which Is irtill being run in
iMnie. lumbal. It revisited Amerba
in 1SS6 and in I'.mo. The tour preceed
in;; the re.-eiit eimaKeniont iwas in
l!t0."-0i', when -he appeared in every
impoitant city In the voimtry. hvlnn
TWO PLEAS OF
CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION IN
KEWEENAW COUNTY CASE
TO TEST LIQUOR
The circuit court tor Keweenaw
county Is in sc" don w ith .Iu1k Al
bert T. Mreeter presiding. All of the
defendants In the criminal cases were
arraigned yesterday, two of them
pleading guilty while the. others will
stand trial. Wilfred Oasnon, of the
'Manhattan locution, pleaded guilty to
keeping lils naloon open on Sundays,
and John H. Johnson entered a plea
of Rullty to the charge of wife deser
ihm. Hoth will be sentenced later In
The lirst case on the criminal calen
dar wa. called this morrilns. that of
Uobert Nlcholls, tharm-d with a stat
utory offense. He has entered a plen
of not irullty. An adjournment wus
taken at the noon hour. This case Is
likely to last all Jay.
iiarpes have teen preferred npalnst
a nunnber of brewery companies, it be
ing alleged that beer is 'being peddleil
throughout the county without whole
salers' licenses. A test case has 1een
started In which the Hahst Hrewlng
company will contest the validity of
the law. Attorney V. J. Halbrallh is
looking after the Interests of the l'abst
Other than the Nlcholls case there
are no serious charges on the criminal
din ket. All of the other charges are
oi a minor nature.
W CHOICE hl .X
---"He. f1 . cV w in :,e nns
THE BUILDING MATER
nnsweretl sat enact 01 ny
it lure. I'or not
handle the best
quality of building materials;
vc rell them at prices not a bit
bh-her than those charged for
rdinary grades, (.ur lime, ct"
meat, pla-ter am? otlier building
materials are standing invfs
that the bert are n!-o Lie fheap-est.
Armstrong-Thiclman Lumber Co.
1 1 L
Samaritaine the presentation of
which was forbidden by the mayor of
The Hernhardt death fcene will be
the tradition of the stage for the next
century, for she has died oftener and
with more dramatic effect, probably,
th:in nny other actress of modern
times. Indeed, one might almost 'be
warranted in phnraphraslng Malcolm's
description of tho death of the Thane
of Cawdor In "laci')cth,"and say that
nothing In her Btage life so became her
ni the leaving It: Of course the most
famous example of a Hernhiirdt death
c( ne is in "Camllle," but "Madame
X" ls not without It's Idg opportuni
ties, while L'Alslon" presents It's
share of picturesque death struggles.
WE ARE OVERSTOCKED
fill . 'T' ' .
r fs ra fin
And will sell them
ONLY at. .
Regular 1'rice $37.".
TRMj..llO DOWN AND ST PER MON1II.:
Order at once as there are only eight
of these heautifnl instruments. .
CABLE PIANO COMPANY
AFTER THE PEDDLERS.
MISS MILDRID ROMSDAHL.
titto have had
11 nd are sure to
are coinMised ot
Kri 1; r.ib kson, Kdwarcl
r- NiU J. l.leth. John
What Makes This
Undivided Profits $25,000.00
Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00
J3?S,O00T;0 That amount utands between your deposit and nny
possible loss. , iv . iIm H 1 f t f
Whr not have an account with in? That Is what we nro here
for, and we'lf servo you faithfully and well.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
r hear ill Is all
make a hit.
ll:e f. ll.wlng
I'lisl t.-i. r-
riot has.-- Harold WInsJansen,
P. cond bass Thomas I'lseth, Meyer
ins jan i n.
The promam to:norrov evening fol-
O.-Klan, I ram Male Octette, J. P.esch-
Mlt Hjerte .i Min Lyre (My Heart
itid My Lute,) Ki'iuir.
Vl.I te :m (I'oiil.lHt Thou Hut Know)
Mildrid 1. Komsdahl. Warmuth.
SeMit (I.uia ill Lammermoer,)
alupiet Mixed ua;-tcttc. Donizetti,
ikillade et Polonaise, Knute Kroy
Val.e-Op. " I. N'o. 1, Idllim
The Smuggbr, Joseph H. Hennett.1
Wnder I lo sonilng r.raiu heH. Volpe. (
T.iit eo, -Mildrid I. Ibunsdahl, Handel, j
Vb-lin f bllgatf. Mr. rroy-aa.
SactcrjetitrMi'n Sondag, (The Chalet
Cirl'x Suridny.) Kram Male Octette,
oh. by Krli - -:riikfon.) ole Hall,
rjoo.l Nlcsbt. I.i'ettc, Hairy K. Km?.
Ib-Klnald dl K v n.
Huniore kc. Dvorak.
Serenade. Knute rroa i, Drdli.
Duet. MIs TJonindalil at.l Mr. Kin-!,
Cirmina Waltz. Calumet Mixed
The neat Kale I.j now on at Forster'."
nrwH rtand and the promoter an
nounce tliat all tho'e sbo bold licketn
Khould xcb'.nae tliem for rejervnd
leal at once.
forced to play in tents in many places,
the theatrical war being at It's height
at the time.
With a nervous energy which
:. . ins t w ithout limit! 'Mine. Hern
hardt t..l:.y ciiiK-M lengthy ndeH.
which male terrific demand upon
her .tnngth. and yet fdio consents to
give extra matinees when the occas
ion warn nt 3, with far le.-s e ffort,
Ht.fMiiliiL'K . ib:in inanv nctrcs-seH who
l.ave the gift of youth.
Mine, r.ernhardt'a name has olways
been associated with dramas of
evotlf and emotional character. She
hn shown a preference for the un
happv heroine) of unconventional love
episodes, and for many years was the
chief exponent "of the Victorlen S.ir-
dou made-to-order plays, a penchant
which brought forth the expression
"Sardoo.llc.1oni ' frori Oeorgo I'.ernard
Shaw u on t lie occasion of her visit
I to London In 1S!cj. She has also add
led to the prestige of Kdmond Rostand,
(who wrote "L'AlKbm" estolally for
I he r. al--o the recently Interdicted "La
State Treasurer Will Enforce Collec
tion of Licnnte Fee.
State Treasurer Sleeper Is starting
out nn em-ploye of his department, J.
C Kyan, to check up the hawkers
and peddlers of the state and enforce
the law requiring these Itinerant 'busi
ness men to pay the license fee requir
ed by the state. It Is believed there
are several hundred ot tnem wno 'nave
not compiled with the law and prose
cution.! may be Instituted in some
ises. Mr. Ryan will devote three
or tour months to tne wont.
The la.v iprovidi that peddlers shall
pay n state license fee annually of $5
and If operating with one horse, the
fee Is $20; -with two horses It Is $40.
The phesent law exempts merchants
who have (been In 'buslnea for one
year from paying a peddler's tax Tor
wuK"ns they may operate In the coun
ty In which their store Is Iwated, or
an adjoining county. Hefore this ex
emption went Into effect the state re
ceived tin Income of as high as 15,000
a year from these fees; last year It
amounted to $2,835. It Is expected
that the department will Increase this
fund to cpulte an extent by this inve.i-gatlon.
has many friends in this section.
John Stefanez. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Stefanez. of Klghth stree t, has
returned from Milwaukee, where lie Is
studying at the Marquette university.
August Tahlen, tlm FJflh str.-e i jew
eller, has gone to C.rnnd iJaplda as
representative of the local lodgo of the
Mpvcabees of the World to th grand
The funeral of the lat Mrs. David
Harrington, of Line Jacked, was held
this morning with services at the
Sacred Heart church, and interment in
I,ake View cemetery.
C K. L. Thomas has 'been named us
elf gate to the grand bulge conwntloii
of the & A. M to be held at l'ort
Huron, May :::! and 24. Mr. Thomas
will represent Oilumi t lodge, F. & A.
Mrs. M. A. Howard will leave Calu
met June a for Fort William, out.,
here she will visit her daughter. She
Id undecided as to whether she will re
turn to this city to continue her work
ap a nurse.
A special e:;r will leave over the
'op per I tango tomorrow conveying o
irty for points in Kuropo, The ma-
orlty of the traveler hail f.oin the
southern part ef the county. The par
ty will sail from Montreal. Canada.
Secretaty Westermaii of the Y. M.
C. A., is arranging the program for
the adjourned annoal nieetitv
banquet of the Y. M. C A. to b. held
Friday evening tills week. Watson S.
Monro of Duluth, will be the principal
Me'ssr?. Woodward and Howe have
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
DEATH DUE TO APOPLEXY.
Dr. W. S. Jackson, county phyplclan.
has condue ted an autopsy on the body
of the lite Mrs. John Makt. who died
somewhat suddenly list Friday evening
at Ibe I'.ootjuk location. He found
that death was due to apoplexy. The
woman hid been In apparently good
health up to within one hour of the
time she passed away. The funeral
took place this afternoon from the
Kalllu undertaking parlors.
77io only ' baking powder
matlo front Royal Crcpo
Cream of Tartar
i:o alum.i:d u:.:e fiidsfiiate
William Mitchell has gone to Iron
wood to per.d a few days.
William Riley left last night for De
troit, where he will likely locate.
I'ndor Sheriff William II. Vivian ls
a Calumet (business visitor today.
- A son has been born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. August Kaujarrl, of Wolverine.
Carl Waldle has gone to 'Montreal
and other Canadian cities on a visit.
Contractor raul P. Roehm returned
yertcrday from a business trip to Du
Mn. Arthur Tofte left for Milwau
kee thla afternoon, to Join her hus-
George II. oClebel, rt socialist lectur
er, will .T'eak at the Italian hal: hun-
dav afternoon. '
Miss Margaret Oowan. of the Oak
street millinery parlors. Is visiting at
her home In the Soo.
David Perry, formerly master mech
anic at the Oratlot mine, has returned
from lilt nilngham, Ala.
Mrs. T. J. Cass, of Mohawk, has re
turned from Aurora. III., where she
has been spending some time.
Oeorge Allen hn gone to Innslng
as representative of Calumet Encamp
ment. I. O. O. F to the state en
Capt. Jamc.i 'Martin, Iternard Rb-k-
nrd and Miss Mart-hall left .Sunday en
route to Cornwall where they will
spend the nummer.
Mrs. Max Lrmnux and child, who
have been visiting; her parents here
for several weeks, havo returiind- to
the ir home at Pontlac.
Members of Union Templp of Honor
and Temperance will attend services at
the Red Jacket Congregational church
Sunday morning, June 4.
A daughter has been horn to IMT.
and Mrs. Petrr Wargakk of Raym-
baultown. and a won to Mr. and Mrs.
August Kaukkarl of Wolverine.
Charles fiorup or ( h lea no, repre-
oentlng the Joseph Trlner company, ls
In Calumet on business. Mr. Horup'
. - - - . i 1
hooked John Heed of Abnieik licet,
Laurium, Tliumaa Richards an. I M.ir
tin Pentecost of Centennial and ("apt.
Frank L'Uibr ef South Keaisare, f,,r
Cotr.wall. Eng., leaving the early part
of next week.
The association football tenni, which
has bee n organized unde r the auspices
of the Y. M. C. A., held a spl.n.ll.l
practice Saturday afternoon. Tln-re
was n full quota of players. Another
practice game will be held Saturday
nlteinoon of this week.
I The funeral of the late Henry Kiin
ti, oT Highway, who passed away S.it
! unlay night, will bi' held this after
j noon at the Finnish Apostolic church
on Pine street. Rev. A. L. 1 1 lib m m
will oliiciate. l ne eii-ceiie iii U sur
vived by a wife and four children.
Thomas D. Meai., recently appoint
ed e-ensus enumerator, and bis tliien
assistant -i will start taking tin -vlmd
ceii.us in District n, 1, toin.iiri.w
morning. The wmk will take a in;!t
two weeks. All children ibetwicn the
Jims of live and twenty years will
SIXTY DAYS IN JAIL.
Isaac Saukko, charged with threat
ening to dynamite his home and kill
his wife and children, has been scn
tci'oiel by Just ice' Richard T. llick.s to
nnil i sixty days In the county Jail, on a re
the defendant to furnish
Ji.-.jJ I..i; the peace.
The "humble" American peanut n
resents a $12.00u,ooo crop.
Wm GOING FISHING
Thee, are g I llsh- V,
.f, I ' Tt ing davs and you will 1 H1 V'll
I ri' ii ge t your shal e of the 'n' )i u
C "finny tribe'' J.y using ''if f
,Vm. ifZ the right sort of tackle. H,mj ,
' 'i2Lii 'rl-:'t'! l!okm, lltHW'?'
ff" we si ll, and at H JfJtj. ''
' Keckonen -JMf
, Company mMr
" II : - -t-y - "C-S rjr-'S- T.Ji 11
YOU MUST PAlNTj THE NEW i IIOUSKj YOU OUGHT
TO PAINT THE OLD ONE. IT PAYS-DECAUSEIT SAVES
YOU'LL ENJOY HOME MORE IF kYOUR HOUSE IS
NEWLY, BRIGHTLY PA1NTED-SO WILL YOUR WIFE
WHATS THE USE OF LIVING UNLESS YOU LIVE?
OUR PAINTS "STICK" AND HOLDS THEIR COLOR-
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
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