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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Report of Condition OF THE First National Bank, OF CALUMET At the Close of Business June 7th, 101 1 ASSETS. Cash nml Exchange I 004 74 Loan oml Honds ' ' "' .' Hanking House. . j Five !-r cent Fund lO.'ooo.OO Over-drafts 1H8J J3,.r.49,897.83 LIABILITIES. . Capital Stock paid In ; 200,000.00 Surplus '. 27r.,oou)o Undivided profits 28 179 fill I,l"lt "... ... . 2,VMMli.n Circulation i:,fi.u:,o.Oo Upper Peninsula IRON MOUNTAIN The coal for Iron Mountain t Ity schools will ) sup plied by the J. It. Holfeltz company f that .city, the contract having been awarded by the board of education. The price for hard coal Is $7.10 per ton and for Pocahontas $4.75. ESCANABA Strawberries ure sell ing at sixty cents ti case down in P.cr ilen county. In Escanaba they are pel ling at .11.75 to $2. There's a wide margin'; who gets It? Middlemen and transportation companies are the ones who supply the heat to the mercury In the cost-of-living thermometer. Esoanaba Journal. IRON MOUNTAIN The Aldermen uf Iron Mountain have voted to pur chase new uniforms for the policemen and firemen, but there is a string at tached to the proposition: If any member of the departments named de cides to resign within a year he will forfeit the price of the suit. ESCANABA In compliance with the state law, the Escanaba Traction com pany will have a llsh ladder put In the jiower dam which Is now being built at firoos. It will be 100 feet long und Is being manufactured at the factory of the Stegath Lumber company, Es canaba. It Is said there are a number of dams In the upper peninsula with out fish laddeis. . , t NORWAY Following an illness With uMnbes.'aptaltr Thomas Ollyyr passed nivay nt Norway,"- Dickinson county. He was fifty-nine years of age and leaves a wife and seven chil dren Mrs. Henry Howe and . Krwin Oliver, of Ironwood. Thomas J. Oliver, of Jlibblrig,- MUnn.. and Charles, C.uy, Kicbard and Miss Lydla of Norway. Captain Oliver bad been a resident of the Menominee and flogeblc ranges for the past thirty years having been active In mining operations until live years ugo, when his health began to fail and he retired to private life IRON RIVER The Iron Hlver- Scheuermann Brewery's PORTER l the best, purest, most palatable, most A healthful drink to be found. Tint tied at the Brew ery by the most Im- proved methods. NOW TO BE HAD IN PINT BOTTLES. ALL THIS WEEK THE FAUST TRIO European Singing and Mueical Comedy. Some Act NUF SED II Crown if I r 1 i T y "A House of IM" $3.rj4!I.S!7.X3 Stambaugh Kcportcr contains a page advertisement announcing the organi zation of the Iron Hiver Ore company with John T. Jones, of Iron Mountain, as president, Clarence McDermott. Iron Hlver, vice president; and John 15. Welnier, secretary and treasurer. Mr. Jones says that his election to the of tice of president was unauthorized. He has no connection whatever with the company named. ESCANABA A significant fact not Iceable In the present graduating class of the Escanaba high school Is the In (rease in percentage of the boys who fire completing their courses at the fthool. The class of this year Is made up of twenty-nine girls and twenty eight boys, the girls thus having a ma jority of but one. Years ago the girls outnumbered the boys In some Instan ces more than two to one. of recent years, with the Improved school facil ities, the tendency has been toward a greater number of young men taking the complete course Instead of drop ping out in their early high school ex perience to take up their life work. The growing tendency of parents to allow their sons to complete the 'high school courses is most pleasing to the instructors and the school board mem bers. MUNISING Charles J. Carlson of Munlslng and Supervisor Cyiille Dou cette of AuTrain have purchased nlne te n uercs of land on the shore of Au Train lake., Including Qie spot popular ly krimvn as Case's landing, at the out let if that, body of water., It is the Intention of Messrs. Carlson, and Dm cette to establish a summer resort. The location is Ideal. Au Train lake is one of the most beautiful bodies of water in the peninsula. It Is said to abound In g.imey black-bass, walleyed pike, grass pike and other fltfh and (here is trout fishing In the Au Train dose by. It Is the Intention to erect a comfortable, two-story summer ho tel. The structure will be at least 32x100 feet and will command a fine view of the lake. It will be .erected early next year. I'.esides the hotel a number of cottages will be built. A boat livery will be operated and vari ous diversions provided for guests. Every reason from this time forward, It Is planned, Au Train lake will be well stocked with black bass. -walleyed pike and other game fish. Messrs. Carlson and Doncettc expect to spend $10,000 next season in Improving their new property. Such Is Life. A colored philosopher is reported to have said: "Life, my breddren, am tnos'ly made up of prayln for rain, nd then wlshln' It would cl'ar off." GRAND The Horn, of HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE Where Kvrrytwdy O'f TONIGHT Wagner andDiggs presenting JEALOUSY Introducing high class musical numbers and that Singing Dog New Pictures To day COMING TOMORROW LA VINE AND INNAN n big novelty act, singing, talk ing and wire walking. t s . B , LOWER MICHIGAN MANCELONA The Mam elona saw mill has resumed operations for the summer. ELK RAPIDS Hev. E. II. Val has resigned as pastor of the Presbyterian (hurch und will go to Newberry. 2EELAND Tire destroyed the resi dence und barn of Joseph IHUuy, one mile north of Dorr. The loss Is $2,fi00. SHELBY n. O. Hamlll. Ray Hamlll and Klchard Harrison have purchased the (lour mill from the Shelby Milling company. LE ROY With 17 cents the best pilce for potatoes, farmers are leaving them In the tields to rot rather than market them ut that price. REED CITY Mrs. Nellie Doran and Miss Itessle Hash m, sisters, have met after a separation of elshteen years. They were both adopted when very oung anl lost track of each other. HOLLAND Hev. and Mrs. Alber tus Pleters will soon return to Japan where they have been missionaries for the past twenty years. They have been home on an extended furlough. IONIA John Curry was fined $107 for taking a keg of beer to the fair grounds and Inviting his friends to a feast. The case had ulreudy been to the supreme court and was sent back for retrial. PETOSKEY At the state W. C. T. V. convention It was decided to send the president, Mrs. E. L. Calkins of liuttle Creek, to Maine to spend two weeks in the Interest of the dry cam paign there. IONIA Victor I'.lakeslee, sent to the reformatory from Flint in the fall and since paroled, failed to report to the warden and an officer was sent after him. lie was located at Delta, Ohio, and brought back, but made his escape at the station in Ionia. LUTHER A homecoming will be celebrated here July 4. A meeting of the business men outlined plans for the day. A band from outside the village will be hired and a program of athletic sports will be featured DETROIT Justice Stein has ruled that a factory not employing union labor cannot use the union label on Its cigars, even though the cigars were made when It was a union shop, lie ordered the labels In possession of the Detroit Cigar company to be confis cated. (BASEBALL) STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National League. V. I Pet. Chicago. 32 IK .U' New York 32 !! .fi?7 Philadelphia 31 21 .r.'itl Pittsburg 28 22 .r.00 Pt. Louis .. 27 23 .f.40 Cincinnati 24 2i .402 lirooklyn IS 33 .3.'.3 postoa 13 40 .245 American League. W. I Pet Detroit 37 15 .712 Philadelphia 30 IS .025 Chicago 24 20 .545 Uoston 2fi 22 .542 New York 25 22 .532 ; Cleveland 20 32 .38.1 Washington 17 33 .340 St. Louis ....1G 35 .314 YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. IL II. R Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 12 11 2 New York 10300000 15 1 1 1 Itatterles Frotnme, McQuillan and Clarke; Mathewsoti and Myers. r. n. e. Chicago ...0 1 0 1 00 1 0 0 1 0 15 8 4 Poston ....0 0 0 00 0 2 1 0 1 004 16 3 Pattcrlcs Ulchle and Graham; Mc Tlgue, Pfeffer and Harlden. r. ii. e. Pittsburg ....1 0 0 1 00 0 1 00 14 12 2 lirooklyn . . .0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 Itatterles Leilleld and Gibson; Schardt, Rucker and Itcrgen. R. IL R St. Louis 2 0 5 1 0 0 1 1 X 10 13 0 Philadelphia ...00 2 0 3 0 30 0 8 8 3 Itatterles Golden. Sallee. Harmon. Steele and llresnahan; ISwIng, Rowan and Moran American League. R. II. E. Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 6 2 New York 10 0 10 111 x B 10 2 Itatterles Kaler and Land; Vaughn and Sweeney. Washington. Ti. C. June 13. Washington-Chicago game postponed on ac count of rain. Iloston, Mass., June 13. Roston-De- trolt game postponed on account of rain. R. II. K. St Louis 0 000 0 0 0000 G 2 Philadelphia . . .2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 x 6 10 0 HatterleB Lake and Clarke; Plank and Thomas. American Association. Minneapolis, 2; Columbus, 4 St. Paul, 2; Louisville, 2. Kansas City. 7; Toledo, 9. Milwaukee, 6; Indianapolis, 0 . Important French Industry. Southern Prance sends out each year one million parcel post packages of cut flowers to tbe value of $7,720,- 000. ..... EWS of the Several amendments to the consti tution and by-laws were tffected at the state convention or the Foresters of America which was In session ut Port Huron last week, but they will have but little ffect on the member ship at large. One whole day was de voted to the discussion of these amend ments, according to the local delegates who have returned from the conven tion. Several copper country men were honored by appointment to Important committees, umong them Nathaniel White, Calumet, to the mileage com mittee; T. C. Crowe, Calumet, to the rules of order committee; Thomas Hollow, Calumet and P. C.- Verville, Hancock, to the resolutions commit tee; William Parkell, Hancock, to the state of the order committee; ThomaH Pront, Kearsarge, to the distribution committee and Prank Leonard, Raltlc, to the credentials committee. The upper peninsula delegates were allowed an extra day's pay, both go ing and coming to the convention, be cause of the long distance they bad to travel. This was the first time an ar rangements of this kind was effected. I. O. 0. F. To Church. All local branches of the I. (). O. V. will attend divine services at the Cal umet M. E. church Sunday morning and a special sermon will be delivered by Rev. C. L. Adams. The Encamp ment members will bo dressed In pa rade attire and Canton Copper City will wear uniforms. The Heclit and Calumet subordinate lodges as well a the Allonez lodge will attend. Committees were named at last night's meting of Calumet lodge to ur range for nn entertainment to be given In the near future by Miss Agnes Mit chell, the well known elocutionist, who will present, 'The Lion and the Mouse." The date of the entertain ment has not been determined. The members of the lodge are look ing forward with Interest to the danc ing party-to be conducted on June 24 under the auspices of the degree team at the Electric park. The C. & II orchestra will furnish music for the dancing and It Is expected the gath ering will be a very pleasant one. Hibernians Busy. The members of Divisions No. 2 and No. :., A. (). H. have accepted the invi tation received from the Hancock home-coming commit lee to participate In the big parade and street demon stratlon in connection with Hancock's celebration next month. Several of the state olllcers will be in the copper country to attend this big function and the diamond jubilee of the An cient Order of Hibernians will be cele brated. The Hancock division was the first organized In the state of Michigan and it is considered very lltting that the other' rifrPPT-J'thBntry' Hlberniann should Join with (he Hancock division In this celebration. The committees working In the mem bership campHlf-ri are meeting with good results and It is expected a ( lass of about six candidates will be ini tiated at the next regular meeting of Division No. 2 to 'be held one week from next Sunday. Charity Lodge, K. of P. Tomorrow evening's meeting will be the last opportunity for the members of the third rank degree team which is tr, represent Charity lodge, No. 131, at the convention in Menominee to prac tice It Is expected there will be a large attendance. The team Is one of the strongest Miat has ever represented Charity lodge, and it Is expected, It will make a good showing in the con test. June 18 will be the Pythian Memorial Sunday, but It is likely that the local observance will be postponed until some future date. C. O. F. Convention. Considerable Interest Is manifested by tfie local members of the Catholic Order of Foresters In the state con vention which Is In progress this week at Escanabn. All ot the copper coun try courts are represented at this gath ering and several Important matters are to be considered. There are about sixty delegates in attendance, about thirteen of whom are from the lower peninsula An elalsrnte program has been prepared for . the entertainment bt the visitors. Pythian Sisters. The upper peninsula reunion of the Pythian Sisters will be held at Me nominee In connection with the re union of the Knights of Pythias next week. Mrs. Mary A. Barrett of Calu met has been named as the delegate to represent Calumet temple at this gath ering and Ijiurlum Temple probably will not send an official representative. Eagles Meet Tonight Several Important matters are to be considered nt the regular meeting of the members of Calumet Aarie, P. o. E., at the Calumet Odd Fellows hall this evening, prominent among which Is the question of nttendlng the big county reunion to be held at Lake Lin den this month K. G. E. To Hold Picnic. Calumet Commandary, Knluhts of the Golden Eagle, has arranged for a picnic at the Calumet and Heela park. Saturday, July 13. The Tamarack band has been engaged for the outing and will render a choice program of dance numbers. There will also be a big parade. Laurium Lodge, K. of P. Laurlum lodge, No. 202, K. of P. will send a degree team of thirty members to the Pythian reunion at Menominee next week, this being the biggest team that has ever been entered In a con test of this kind. The team will hive Its la.t practice Monday evening. L. 0. H. Picnic June 21. The annual picnic of the members of the Indies Auxiliary of the A. . II. will be held at the Electric park. Wed nesday evening, June 21, All of the Houghton county divisions will partlc- N TRATERNAL JC SOCIETIES ipate and it Is expected the gathering will be u large one. Knights of Romolus. Several subordinate branches of the Knights of Romolus will be organized by Doininick porgo In the iron coun try this week. The supreme lodge of the order Is located ut Calumet. Modern Brotherhood. Several candidates will be Initiated at the regular meeting of the members of Enterprise Lodge, Modern Itrother hood of America, ut the Iaurium bank hall tomorrow evening. STORY OF THE PLAY TO BE PRESENTED BY HETIIERS01E GREAT ACTRESS IN "REDEMPTION OF EVELYN VAUDRAY." Appears in Best Play of Playwright's Henri Bernstein. Olga Nelhersole comes to the Calu met theater June 23 In t'lie latest play of the greatest playwright, Henri Hern fcteln. It Is "The Redemption of Eve lyn Vaudray." Evelyn Vuudray Is a high-strung, beautiful young woman, of poetic Im aging and a penchant for looking above the commonplace things of ev eryday life. Her husband, on the con trary, knows little of poetry and carts less. He has been most successful In business, and this is pilt- enough in bis way of thinking After his own fashion, he loves Evelyn, but he re gards her with bomethiag of commis eratlng pity because of what he looks upon us her childish weaknesses. Never In sympathy with the hard practicalities of her husband, Evelyn, from the time of the marriage has been arranged, has had to rely upon her own devices for her entertainment. Physically, Vaudray has been distaste, ful to her. When the little son arrives, Evelyn welcomes him as an object In life on which she may lavish her af fection and in whose society she may be herself. Rut here, her husband In tervenes. He has theories of hlj own regarding the rearing of children. He thinks the Influence of the dreaming mother not at all what Is needed for a boy, anl In this attitude he is sustained by his maiden sister, Rosa, who has conie to live with the Vaudrays. It Is not long before the care of little Louis Is given over to the uustere and unsj mpathlzlnt? Rosa, and Evelyn finds herself shut out from the intimacy with her child, and more alone than she W'as before his coining. In the unfortunate isolation, the vis its of a young lltrateur, Philip I,a zarre, begin to be a solace to 'Evelyn, Lazarre U attractive, gifted, bril liant in conversation, and It is not odd thai very sliorlly Philip am' Eve n find themselves thoroughly en rapport, and a little later, in love. On La zarre's pari, this attachment reaches LAURIUM BAWDEN'S ST0RE DU PONT MOTOR CO. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Ourry the .best line of goods at the Aent for' the IV,rfl automobile, a Insnraee- 9 RtMd sound business thoroughly reliable car for all pur- propo"'" and a man cannot do bet lowest prices. The best service guar- poses. Full line of bicycles and sport- ter In taking a life Insurance policy anleed. t'ome In and be convinced. Koods. tires and auto equipment, with the Detroit Life Insurance Co. Repairing of all kinds. Phone 31'0-J. First Nat. ISank Illdg., I.iurium. ' T .A', ES.P.ELV LAUR,y,M' ECGEN & HOYEM. PAULL'S CASH MEAT MARKET. Agent for the famous !. P. Pent ,11 1 1 t.u . , . ol A clean bakeshop, equipped with Choicest cuts of fresh and salt meats. Crown Pianos and Crown Inner Play , . . .... , ... , , ' modem machinery. Is the Pasis of our Staple and fancy groceries, m lk, but- ers. Prices range from $3.r.u to JlttuO. , ,. " .... " . .. . , , success. Ho specialize in wedding ter and eggs. Special discounts for Terms to suit. Eastern made Pianos " " cakes at this lime of the year. Let us cash. First class sausage of all kinds. 514.. and up. trm h(t hrUWs r;lk0i VUtlllt. 5.3. TluM t.auu. i')u,ne 126. NIGHT SCHOOL FASHIONABLE TAILOR. THE PALACE HOTEL. Enroll Now. I,,,,r "I'Hng and summer year, Hie pre- Centrally located In the business It pays to Investigate vailing styles will Include brow ns, Eng- district of Laurium. Modern appoint" ' ' ' Psh grays and blue serges In domestic merits with steam heat and bath. Spo LAURIUM COMMERCIAL wCHOOL. au, ,m,,or(.t, f;liJr0s. Eepalrlng. clean- clal rates for regular boarders. Fourth Phone 516-1. ntf ad pressing. E. K. Neeb, 3rd St. and llecia Sts. Mrs. T. Schrieber. I'm p. COLLINS & WAGNER LIVERY. GOURD BROS MEATS PENINSULA HEATING PLB. CO. We are here to please you and are Laurium s largest cash meat dealeis. very desirous of proving to you the All meats, flsh and game In season. Let us figure on a heating riant for merits of our service. Horses and ve- Our name means good meats of high your home. Now Is the time to have hides furnished for all occasions, quality. Satisfaction will be given on ,t tune A1J .Aork g .,,. ritrt,d Phone G43. all, orders, large or small. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. HOSKING ELECTRIC CO., REYNOLD'S MEATS. Largest and most complete stock or Don't roast over the hot stove when Our meats are the best that are ob- pluinblng and heating goods In Iaur- you can do your Ironing with a new talnable. All are government inspect- ium. Special attention given to re- AMERICAN BEAUTY IRON. We are ,ir"' ,,i,v" """ personal guarantee of pairing, also a full line ol general agents for it. Call and see them before freshness. SerWce prompt. Phone hdvve., paints, oils, builders' supplies, buying. 12. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS. HAIRDRESSING & SHAMPOOING. Our soft drinks are pure, healthful Prlng us your combings. We will M P ConfTotflr II 11 Q and Invigorating. Made by modern make them into switches. Parlors for Ll udllciululy UlUlOl sanitary machinery, enabling us to electrical facial massage, manicuring quote special to parties and entertain- and chiropody. McLaughlin & Kelly, LlUflUID Midi, nients. Phone 241. over Faucett & Guck's office. 1 CHICAGO DECORATING CO. JOHNSON MILLINER. SAXBY A McDONALD SALE STABLE Artistic Interior decorating In most Heela street. Dealers in delivery, draft and drlv- tnodern style. Paper hanging, tinting A large selection of the season's lat- Ing horses. Will get you any kind you hardwood finishing. Picture framing, est creation in millinery Is being vant. All kinds of feed delivered plate moulding, mirrors resllvered, fur- played, along with stunning models promptly If you will phone us No. C09. nlturereflnlshed. F.Pentzohl. Phone 387. from our own workrooms. open night or day. CENTRAL HOTEL. MAC LEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. SMOKERS It Is up to you when Located on Osceola street, near First elass livery and prompt cab you pay 10 cents for a cigar whether Fourth, one block from the cars. Spe- service day or night. Hacks furnished you get stung with a poor one or not. clal rates by the week or month. We for funerals and etc. Haggage hauled The Dan Patch and Seifert's Havanaa have steam heat, hot and col! water to and from trains. Special attention to are cigars with a reputation Tor qual- and free baths. L.L.Distel. Phone 267-J. boarders. Malcolm MacLeod, phone 99. ity. CONFECTIONERY &. FRUITS. NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. SWYKERT.THE GROCER. A nice line of candles, fruits, earned Six regulation billiard and p.Mi ta- Distributor for Carpenter paklng goods, and the standard brands of hies that are kept in good condition, . .... . cigars and cigarettes. We manufac- with good lights and courteous alien- " delicacies or Milwaukee. Their lure Ice cream. Wholesale or retail or- lion. leading brands cigars and cigar- , ,,tt:1K bread Is the bleat toasting ders. Mlchellnl &. ttertasso. phone 619L. ettes. Agts for Markham's box candles, bread. Their angel food cake "tastes WEDDING INVITATIONS NIELSON THE GROCER. THE THISTLE BAKERY. CALLING CARDS We try to supply our customers ev- We moke a specialty of home made ANNOUNCEMENTS ery wish and want by carrying n fresh bread and cakiM, ;ct i.ur iread for PRINTED OR ENGRAVED line of fine groceries, our quality Is tandwhhes. phone HI for the finest AT high, our prices low. Phone 417J 1m t h taking. John Dunlop, 427 Iteo- THE CALUMET NEWS. 316, Osceola 8L la Laurium. Presents for Commencement For a present for the miss or yourm man about 10 uraduate, our stock of jewelry and personal trinkets in gold and silver offers a rich choice of ap propriate thinus. Here's a suggestion or two "QUALITY " UMBRELLA DIAMOND RING We have them all the way from $10, $13, $15 up For one who owns a watch, you could safely choose a Simmons watch or lorgnette chain or fob. We have many pretty styles of these, some of which are really inexpensive yet the quality of every one is positively guaranteed Warren Jewelry Company 321 Fifth Street Calumet open declaration, which Evel.n Invari ably discourages, pointing out that so long as she remains the wife of Vaud ray, she will hold Ids honor sacred. Philip repeatedly urges her to leave the unappreclative husband, after which their own marriage will follow, (but the wife refuses to take this Step. There comes a time, however, when . Vaudray, who thoroughly understands ) the object of L l.arre's visits to his home, though convinced tint th" love of Philip is not reciprocated, requests the poet to cease his calls. Lazarre. while denying the charge, accepts his dismissal, and Vaudray acquaints Him wife with what he has done. Evelyn Is Indignant over the banishing of her friend, and for the llrst time discloses to her husband the revulsion with which she regards him. Vaudray, pained at the awakening, decides that they shall go to the home of his parents In Lyons, tiius remov ing Evelyn from the dangerous Inllu ence of Lazarre. To this Evelyn ans wers with a storm of protest declaring she will never go to Lyons, where con- .THE OLSOH ESTATE FURlHTIJREmi0ERTMI?iG SCOTT ST. CALUMET X1XCH. TELEPHONE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Lazarre Introduces acquaintances of a sort Evelyn linds it impossible for her to nu-et, and in a stormy scene, she leaves Lazarre, with the Idea of beginning a new life, after she has once Seen the little. Son, wllo.se hide she has left. In a remarkably strong third act, the authors have worked out a solution ut the troublous prob lem. ditions with their daily association with Vaudiay's mother and other rel atives, would be e,ven worse than in Paris, where there was only Rosa to contend against. Vaudray is llrm. and finally Evelyn announces her determi nation to o to Lazarre, rather than accompany her husband to a home to cheei less as she picturcH Lyons. Vaud ray, broken in spilit, but unwilling to continue life In the same city as I-i-zarre, bids her go, and Evelyn does go. A year later, in the apartments of Irfizarre, Eveln Is shown, but without the happiness she has thoughf would he hers when she gave herself to the poet. NORTH 41.