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THE CALUMET NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1911. Have you a baby in jour home? Castile Soap Nipples Nursing Bottles Teething Rings Rubber Sheeting Talcum Powders i:crything lor baby's toilet ut Powder Puffs Sponges Crushes Combs VASTB1NDER & READ, """ J Remember we have moved to Cor. of Oak and 5th St. A Self-satisfaction is a disease which is fatal to Success As s-.,i. as you hcc-mio satisfied with your inroino. your work. ourse!f, you are destined for the lower floor of a deep nt. DO YOU SAVE? Arc you satisfh-d to spend all you cam? Have yi-u no desire to h.i'v a bank amount? You can. Just ce others have, by beginning with a s-inall amount. depositing regularly. Get .ut of your na. lKt. nnit.e to better your ce.nditi.m. Hive a. Pavings Account and s ive a part of your earnings every monl.i. ONE DOLLAR will open an account at our Savings Department FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURIUM CAPITAL, $100,000.00. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $35,000.00. OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENINQ David Armit Lots for Sale in PliilipsviHe and Renova LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE CLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. One corner lot at corner Lake Linden ave. and Hecla street, Laurium. Good for business place. Office Ricbetta Block, Hecla St., Laurium. Phone 26. NnTiri: to Tin: tax paykrs of tiu: yiluvgk ok natrium. Tin- assessment roll of the Village of : Iiuiium la now completed, '"be board ! of review will meet ut the council rooms in the town ball In sal. I Village on the 7th. Sth and SMii days of Juno from 9 a. in. to 5 p. in. and 7 to 8 p. in. Any person or persons deeming themselves aggrieved of the assess ment may then be beard, j.y Peter Rrauu, Assessor. DWELLING HOUSES AND FLATS FOR RENT. FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK. 38 YEARS IN UUSINIZSS The Merchants & Miners Bank Calum-t, Mich. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $210,000.00 Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Ches. Drlicxs, Pre'! Peter kuppr. V.-Pres't W.IJ. Anderaon, Vr.lres't and Mgr. Strrhin I'aiill. Cashlt-r J. II. Jamcn, Ait't Cashier An Account may be opened with One Dollar 41 10 CONSERVE THE FISH SUPPLY BILL INTRODUCED IN CONGRESS SEEKS INTERNATIONAL REGULATION IN THE LAKES. Washington. June ".The fishing In dustry of the (ileal Iikes and the dis ciple of Isaac Walton are much Inter ested in a bill pending in both houses of congress, providing a to stem of uni form and common International regu lations for the protection and preser vation of the food fishes of Interna tional boundary waters of the ITnUed States and Canada. A similar meas ure will be adopted by the Canadian parliament. The regulations were drafted by a commission created by a treaty In force between 'he American and ltritlsh gov ernments, and their purpose Is not only to prevent the destruction of llsh, but to remove one of the irritating ques tions In the relations of this country and its northern neighbor. Favor Shown to Sportsmen. The regulations make u distinction between fishing for commercial pur poses und fishing for sport. For In stance, it Is ordered that no black bass, brook trout, land locked salmon or nmskellonge shall be fkdicd for, killed or captured for commercial purpose In treaty waters. Hut a sportsman with rod and line, or band line, or a trolley line with sio"n hook attached, may enjoy idni bclf to bis heart's content In playing with or catching this game. The only restriction imposed upon him Is that there shall not be more than three books upon his line, that the brook trout captured must not be less than seven inches in length, the black bass not less than 10 inches, and the mus kellonge not less than 24 inches, and, finally, that not more than 10 black bass shall be captured In one day nor more than 20 by the occupants of a single boat. In the Great Lakes system, no white fish or lake trout of less than two pounds weight, no yellow pike of less than 13 Inches, no Ranger, calico bass or white bass of loss than 10 inches, and no lake or channel catfish of Jess than 16 inches can be captured. Propogafic Food Fishes. Kvcry effort, also. Is to be made to propagate food 1lsh s. It . proposed that both the United Ktatcs and Can ada shall develop to the fullest extent the work of propagation. The bills provide that a person found guilty of breaking a regulation shall be fined not more than $1,000, or Impris oned not more than one year, or both. To enforce the regulations, a federal patrol will be established along the boundary line. Realization of this fact is responsible for the distribution of llsh and eggs throughout the Great Lakes system. The federal fish commission allotted List year to Michigan 50,000.000 pike perch fish eggs, 22, .'.00,000 smelt, 3,.r00, 000 lake trout und 30.000 land locked salmon. The Importance of the matter Is ex pected to cause congress to act without delay upon the bills recommended by the Joint commission, and. If passed during the extra session, the act will ro into effect on January 1, next. Consignment of New Lumber f.T building purposes are being c onstantly iv elved from tho best producing- foictts of the country. Our supply of white and yellow pine, I ic mlock and hardwoods, shingles and lath,, is never allowed to run low, and fill large or small f best s that ify competition. HOUGHTON CO. THIRD. $1,106 PLEDGED FOR THE V. M. C. A. REV. H. C. SHAW OF HOUGHTON TO ADDRESS JOINT MEETING OF TEAMS THIS EVENING. $3,000 IS GOAL. At this evening's meeting of the several teams engaged In the ten days campaign for $3,000 needed In addition to the regular revenue to meet this year's Y. M. C. A. budget. Rev. II. C. Shaw, of Houghton, formerly engaged In Y. M. C. A. work, will give an ad dress on "The "Work of the Associa tion From an Kx-Secretary's Point of View." His talk should be an Instruc tive and entertaining one. The second enthusiastic meeting of the teams was bld last evening when it was reported that $S37 had been collected1' during the day, which with the $2e!V subscribed Monday, brought the grand total for the two days' can vass to $1,106. or a little more than one-third of the amount the associa tion has set out to raise. Last night's meeting was addressed by Rev. Daniel Stalker of the Presby terian church, who gave some very helpful and encouraging suggestions. The subscribers to the fund yester day were: Samuel Rcnnetts. Joseph I hilllps, John Grigg. William J. I Hoy. Dr. I). K. MaiQuecn. William Mi Kelvle, Kdward Jackman, F. D. Sher wood. Robert II. Kerr, Dr. II. H. Ruo uavaara, J. Rruce l'aton, Joseph Fischer, . James Maellardy, Norman MacDona'ld, Thomas llyslop, George II. Keast, Harry Northcy, Charles Rriggs, Kdward S. Grlerson, James MacNaugh ton, M.rs. Norman Maelonald and a lrlend. LOCAL BRIEFS. -t l w" im mIh;)'.i fill large oi fV orders promptly with th ii'" seasoned lumber, at price Armstrong-Thiclman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK What Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus. $100,000.00 Undivided Prolils $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 $325,000.00 That amount stands between your deposit and any possible loss. . - .- t,tmi4 Wliy not have nn account with us? That Is what wo arc here for, and we'll serve you faithfully and well. STATE SAYINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH. Chippewa and Menominee Lead in U. P. Bureau Membership. The relative position of the upper peninsula counties In the IT. P Devel opment liureau membership race Is as follows, Chippewa and Menominee leading, with Houghton county third: Chippewa 4l! Menominee 413 Houghton 289 Ontonagon 241 Delta 161 Marquette 158 Iron 134 Mackinaw 131 Alger 51 Schoolcraft 26 Dickinson 24 Gogebic 1" Itaraga 13 Luce 1 Keweenaw 2 Non-resident 2 Total 2,097 Mr. and Mrs. William Alchrem have returned from a tdiort visit to Ashland. A daughter has arrived at the home of Dr. and LMlis. A. C. Roche or Wol verine. Richard Rullock. Jr.. of l'.utte Is vis iting at the Ironic of his parents at Wolverine. Jack Kempf, one of Red Jacket's teamsters', resumed his dutle.c yester day after a six week's Illness. Village Clerk John J. Kills, Jr., re ports that there were ten birth and eight deaths in Ued Jacket in May. Mr. and Mrs. Ri hard Corni.-.h have left for Marquette and other nearby j towns where they will upend two weeks. i Mrs. R. S. Waislcr leaves today for her home at Denver affer spending r. me time at Ihe home of her son, Dr. W. S. Whl'.-dcr of K'alunn-t. Thoncis Prout ami John Husband are representing Court John A. Robb, Foresters' of America." at the state convention at Port Huron this week. Mrs. II. J. Vivian, who spent some time In Texas! Is mw visiting her daughter ' Mrs. Viola Todd, in New York city. She ' Is expected home a week from Saturday. The funeral of the late Mrs. Hen ry l'.runer teok place yesterday after noon, with services at tho residence. Rev. S. Roinsdahl ofllcliting. Inter ment was in I,ike View cemetery. Schenk's Athletic buseball team Is anxious to arrange' a series of gnme with the meat carvers' team, of Schu- makcr's meat market. Considerable rivalry exists between the organiza tions. AiNdher Fourth of July meeting will be held tomormw evening in the Red Jacket town hall, when the nollting committees arc: expected to report. It i hoped t raise '$1,000 for the cele bratlon. Rev. V. Rautlnen of the 1 la Fin nlsh church leaves today for Sweden and Finland where he will spend about five months. Rev. Ncnkl will preach nt the Hecla church alternate Sun days during his absence. The wedding of Miss Florence F,n nls and .Samuel Rllght vf Kearsarge wn solemnlzeMl 'Saturday evening by Rev. I. Wilcox, pastor of t,he Cen tennlal M. K. church. They were at tended 1y Junita Knls, a sister of the bride, and Joseph Tippctt. The Red Jacket firemen will hold a dance this evening In the Italian MAY TEAR DOWN OLD EIRE HALL COUNCIL NAMES COMMITTEE TO INSPECT FIFTH STREET PROPERTY. ALLEY PRO JECT HELD UP. The village council of Red Jacket In session last evening Instructed the street and building committee to look over the old lire hall property on if 1H street, with a view to razing It o the ground. The structure has long been an eyesore. Its antiquencss and dilapidated condition has made It ractically worthless, and It Is be lieved the committee will recommend that It be torn down. The' council de- bled some time ago to sell the lot ind building provided a suitable price ould be obtained. Negotiations were ntered into with a prospective pur haser at one thne, but the deal did not materialize. It Is understood that tho lllage Is still willing to diupoBC of the roperty, which It owns outright. Some time ago Village Clerk Kills was Instructed to write Horace Krupp; now resleling in Wisconsin, head of the Krupp estate, owning property on ine street, with a view to ascertain ing whether the Krupp estate would lonate a seven-foot strip of its prop- rty for an alley between Third and Fourth streets, Iflue Jacket. Mr. Krupp has replied, offering to sell a 20-foot strip, sufficient for a roadway, for $3,0oo or at the rate of $150 per square 'not. The council could not sec It In that light last night ,and allowed the matter to He on the table. The C. & II. Mining company Is willing to do nate seven feet of Its property on the south side of the proposed alley, and very other property owner In the vl lnlty also has Bigned a petition In fa or of the Improvement. The Krupp sate Is said to be the stumbling block o the proposition, and Is likely to re main so, according- to the present of fer from the estate. The members of the council met at the fire hall at 1 o'clock this afternoon o look over several horses brought there for their Inspection. The village is In need of one more fire team, and purchase will be made. President Frank II. Schumaker last venlng appointed Joseph Hermann ind James V. Gaul members of the board of ravlew for the- village. The board will be In session tomorrow end Friday. It is likely that a substi tute will have to be named for Mr. laul as he is out of town at present. We offer all trimmed and ready to rear hats nt 14 off. Gowan Millinery Co., Calumet. J 12 The Hoard nf Review of the village of Red Jacket will tie In Session at the Red Jacket t wn hall on Thursday nd Friday, June 8th and fMh, 1911 for the purpose of approving tho tax roll May 27, 1911. Joseph Winners, J-7 Assessor. $10 cash and $6.00 per month buys a fine new Wellington Piano. Cable Piano Co.. Calumet. J7 Pure Olive Oil direct from Lucca, Italy. In pints, quarts, half gallons and gallons. Use Your Phone. A. BARSAIITI & GOMP'Y . FHONE 43T A ji Vm Burring to the ELECTRIC STUDIO I PHOTOS 25c For. . . . . f . . . . It only takes 10 minutes. 312-A FIFTH STREET hall. A large attendance Is expected. The proceeds are ti bo used to help le fra yexpenses of the department I" the firemen's tournament at P.esse- n,er. James T. Fisher, Wesley Ihiwning, bibert II. Faueett and Joshua T. Danlells left this morning for (Mar quette, to attend the Shrlners meeting. Kdward Johnson of Pine Mrcct. re turned this week from n two years' stay In Chicago. He will leave this venlntr for North Dakota where he w ill be Joined by his wife, and likely make his home there. A team f horses belonging to Shea lr as. was frightened n ytho blowing of the 12 o'clock whistles yesterday at Wolverine, and bolted. The team iliaggcd the carriage through a hca- y piece of swamp land nt the rear f Sunt. Fred Smith's residence. The horses had to be released from the niriiv. and considerable difficulty was experienced In getting them on hard ground again. The carriage had to be pulled out of the swamp by mean f a rope, attached to it by Jolin Rowe, drayman. Miss Alice Camper of Aurora. III., arrived In Calumet yesterday for a three month's stay. .She will open n studli for voice culture, and fiake er henne nt the residence of M. and Mrs. Victor Kngstrom. Ligotn street. iMrs. Camper was In the cop- .er country all last summer, having lasses In Houghton, which were very aie-cessful. and it was principally at the reeiucst .of he r former pupils she returned to copperdom thlw year. Mrs. Camper Is a talented vocalist ami will bo remeni'bered as putting on a Colonial entertainment for the Wi man's clu1 about a year ago, It prov ing one of the mest delightful events ever given under the ousplcles of that organization. NEGLECT IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE THE SHERIFF WON'T FUT YOU HEHIND THE WARS FOR IT.- Rut If your furs are not properly cleaned und cared for during tho summer, the ninths will destroy them for you. We have the latest electric cleaning machine and the proper room to care for your furs at 2 AND 3 PER CENT OF YOUR OWN VALUATION. r " t - - 'Calumet-Phenc 999 - Houghton S.'W'.e A"imJ .1-, J enacting the role of Cardinal Weilscy in "King Henry VIII." The writer was then n lad and Warde was already at the head of his craft In Khakcapc'irean drama and In Ihe year" that have elapsed the great actor has lost some of his fire but none of his power. It was n ripened art that spoke in the great epiarrel scene, when Rrutus appeared as showing more of sorrow than of auger. His pathos rose to its height In tell ing of Ihe death of Portia and in the final lines, when the whelming sence of his lost cause conquered him and he- said, "This was the Justest cause for which men e'er drew sword.. The gods renounced it." The Casslus of Krnest Warde was very powerful and his conception of that lean, spare, petulant, splenetic, far-sighted and corrupt man whom en vy led to murder and whom circum stances placed In the van of a great cause was a high one. Kspeclal praise must be given to the stage se tting and scenery and to the skill with wlt'ch the murder scene was carried out. It was indicative ed the high esteem In which Mr. Warde Is held as a man and an actor that he was not only forced to respond to sev eral encores, but nlao to speak, which he did briefly but with taste and feel ing and with patriotism as a theme. Jockey caps that have been selling at fOe; and 75c, all are grouped ;inil urn selling at 25c at our Clearance .s.,,.. Mlssea Lcary, at Vcrtin l:rs. jn $100 Kingsbury Piano, returned ,,,m rent.i Good as new at $2'.t,". Kasy pay. mcnts. Cable Piano Ce., Calumet. J7 We're having a clearance In our Raby bonne t department Hi autiini bonnets in straw and muslin. Clear ance tale price 1-2 e(ff. Mist.es Lcary, at Vcrtin Bros. jiu REGULAR EXAMINATION. A regular examination of applicant for teachers' certificates will be held at the high school building, 1 bdii.lit.iii, on Thursday and Friday, June ir, ami 1!, commencing promptly at S:".o A. M. eac h day. The examination In reading will la based upon the following selection: Julius Caesar Shakespeare. WILLIAM p.ATil. Jll Commissioner of School. Fine organs, five and six octave, al so piano cases, from $10 to $15, Ka.sy payments. Cable Piano Co., Calu met, j? MILLINKRV RFDITCKD . Ml pattern ba.ts In our ;;t... ; arc sell ing at Just I.alf prb-c. Misses Ixary, at Vcrtin Pros. Jio WARDE IN JULIUS CAESAR. Actor Hsra Friday Night is Highly Praised by Press. Concerning Frederick Warde, who will ho seen at the Calumet theater i l. l.i v nltrht. tho Houston. Texas, Chronicle, says: "Julius Caesar" Is one of the Shakes pearean tragedies that In capable hands exercises a charm. The history of Ju llus Caesar Is one that Is known, In part at least, by every schoolboy, and th patriotism of Rrutus Is also so well known a story that It Is like greeting old friends to sec Julius Caesar on the stage. To say that Frederick Warde Is the greatest living Shakespearean nctor Is to say only part of the truth, for he Is the only member of tho old echnn of actors, true to Its greatest tradi tions, who remains. The first player that this critic ever heard And saw In the presentation of his art was Frederick Warde, then w)f r) IT f h B UMJ z x Z z X z x z I z z JDLI Reckonen Hardware o. fifth Street " Calumet, Mich. A m i k - y t X y Toilet Preparations You do not need to be afraid to use any of the preparations s-H by us. We sell only those we can recommend as reliable and harm less. Kvcry good hohp, cream, perfume or hair preparation Is laic at a moderate price. The worthless kind, we do not handle at all. SUPERIOR PHARMACY "Reel-Jacket Laurium A KEWEENAW LODGE NO. 242 F. 6V A. M.i Jejihn Treganewan, WW. J. W. Kingston, Hee'y, Regular communication, Thursday evening. June Rth. THE GERMS carried by flies are infectious. Prepare to KEEP THE At OUT before the extremely hot weather Our line of Screen Doors and Windows is unsurpassed. MM"ure the height and width of your door and window, wo have all ,cS- (Tarlton j-jardwarcCS THE STORE OF QUALITY. f!J