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FHIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Report of Condition OF THE First National Bank OF CALUMET At the Cloe of Business June 7th, lfjj 1 ASSETS. Cash nnel Kxchange Loan and Imnds !!!!!!!'. I Ml.001.74 Hanking Heiuse .'.'!!!!!!!.' 2.797:m;.70 Five per cut Kund &1.4S1.47 Over-drafta lo..,.j.o 111.83 ' ' ... J3.519.S07.83 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In 00 Surplus , ' ,, . . . . 2 1 .',000.00 Undivided profits T .. -'v,l79.fiC Deposits 1 , ., 2,MMu:fiS17 Circulation ... . , s .. .. 1")C.0..0.00 ' l3.Gin.S97.8S I' I u-iroit, charge her estranged husband J L 1 .... Il I. I I ., 1.1 . I , i.iivi-h incir 4-ycar-oiii daughter troni her ami disappeared. BATTLE CREEK Willi J10,0u0 willed to It by Adam C. Arnrdd, who killed lila Hon in a drunken rage, the W. C. T. U. will build a line temple here. MUSKECON Calvin Kohn. camper, successfully swam oiic-euarler mile to re-scin- Wilson :ui,l Davis liiodney, 3 and A yearn, helpless in a row boat ill choppy water. MONROE-Hol.ett Smith, formerly nipcrliitcndint ,,f imrand schools, Is ihosen S.lpei illtcn.h rit here, and Jul Itla II. Mnillcr, recent graduate of the. r. f M., principui. OLIVET Joy Hamilton won the Drury declamation contest at the col lege; I'etcr Couston the oratorical con test. At the commencement tjov. )-l rn was present with the degree of doctor of law. ' ' I Upper Peninsula ISHPEMING Tlio work of transferring- the bodies from the old to the new burial grounds Is completed, as far us tlio city and Contractor C. (). Stens I u I are concerned, although there still i) main sixteen undisturbed graves in the old Protestant cemetery which for private reasons relatives wish to have remain no The wind-up of the work finishes a task which has Riven the Mf-iderils more concern than any other undertaking in which Ishpinilng has been Involved. Trouble of different Kinds which was hinted and expected from the start was with nice diplomacy n cited In every instance and there are few Interested who will not say they are well pleased with the change that has been made. When the work was started last fall It was said by those who were sup posed to know that the job would take anywhere between two and live years to (Irish, when, as a matter of fact, i minting every day worked, It took just four months. The crew was laid off last Saturday. All the men who could lie had were given employment when the big rush for removal permits was on, but the force vailed down to a few men the last days. The largest force employed at one tinm was lt!0. Con tractor Stensrinl figures that the av erage for the four months was eighty. 'I he largest number .of bodies taken up in one day was Jit; and there were many days when as many as l.'.O were f moved. r ' r MARQUETTE Leon V. .Smith of Winnipeg, who Is in ,.Mar.piclte spend ing a few weeks with his father. A. A. Smith, 90!t North Third street, says that Ihere is just as much difference of opinion among the Canadian grain men on the reciprocity question as lias been manifested anion if the pen pie or this country. "As I size It up. liie farming and Industrial Interest. of Winnipeg and western Canada are about equally divided on the reci procity question." he said last even ing. "Some of them are working ac tively for It. while others nre opposing the movement just as strongly. "Ilnw- SAGINAW- ltobert P. Tarigher. .11, Chesaning. ami Mrs. I'lmc-m e McCuii- nell, 40. Iieiroit, climaxed their get-n-mate-by correspondence romance by getting married here today soon after meeting, following a ye.ir's post courting. r Lauriuin Department LAURIUM TEAM TAKES PRIZES LOCAL PYTHIANS WIN FIRST RANK CUP AND TAKE SEC OND PLACE IN THIRD RANK WORK. LEFT WITH CIRCUS. SOME GOOD ONES. Again the I.aurium Pythlans have carried off honors in the degree team contests conducted in connection with the I'ppcr peninsula reunion, l.aur inni won the cup in the first rank con test again tills year, nnd secured se-c-c nd place In the third rank contest, its score being but slightly below lli.it of the Crystal rails team in the lathr contest. Lain him won first place In both contests last year, but Ibis year's record was almost as good. Following Is the standing of the teams in the 'third rank contest; t. Score. Crystal Falls :i7,".P ever, J believe the personal Inlluencc cf Sir Wilfred Ijiutier will result in Canada ratifying the agreement, once it Is accepted by the Culled States." iMr. Smith bus been engaged in the real, estate business in Winnipeg for live years, and Intends to exploit Win nipeg city property and nearby farm ing lands during his stay in this city. He states that he Is thoroughly fa miliar wiih Winnipeg, the gateway of Western Canada, and any persons who are Interested in that part of trie country, will enjoy ''siting with him. ISHPEMING A meeting of the city council was held Tuesday afternoon and, acting on the recommendation of the board of public works and the electric Unlit committee, It was de cided to accept the proposition' made by W. II. Vatcs of Ishpeming for the Allls-Chalmers company of Milwau kee, covering the improvements nec essary to put the municipal electric light plant in first-class condition, and the Work will proceed at once. The improvements consist in the In stallation of a modern cross-compound Corliss type engine of 3.".0 horsepower to drive the L'00-kilowatt alternator In place of the old engine, which Is too small for the work. Willi the engine will be Installed the necessary auxil aries, consisting of a baronietlc con denser, switchboard panel, feed Wutel heater and new exc iter. The Installa tion of this equipment will necessitate a small nddition being built to the Lower house and In the meantime tin- U'aclories 4iave iomJsed ti rudi; thc work1," so that it will be comph led ami running before the heavy power eh-- niands come on. The addition of tills new machinery will more than double the capacity t the plant and with the exception of a boiler, which will not be needed before anedher year. the eulpme-nt should prove sufficient for the growth of t.ic city for many years to come. Tardy It is related of the pivsihn? id a famous college that t one time he al lowed his wife to persilicic Phil of Ho use fulness of lire Insurant'? o i house hold goods, and he allowed bU policy to lapse, lint, better Jlldg.'le it assert ing itself, he finally rcnc-A-.el hi. In surant i The same day a lire In bis wife's room, destroyed soiii" of her dresses, which the prufes.-cor c;ijed i.s a good joke. In due time the president of the In surance company wrote President Clank tills letter: "Dear Mr. I dank: We en "lose check for $.lou. pa,ing your lire claim under our policy J!i007. "I note in passing noon th.s pape rs that th policy went into effect at noon, Dee. 10, and Hie lire eli l vit eic enr until 3 1. M. Why Hie delay"" Rank in Kentucky. "Yes, sir," saiel the Ke-ntinkian as they sat by the stovo, "oii can tell a man's rank in th's state tliusly: If you see a man with his fe-e-t on top of the stove, he's a ge neral; If his feet is en that raid half way up, he's a colo nel; and if he keeps Hum on the lloor he's a major." "Ah, yes," said (he companion: "that's good as far as it goes; but how are .ou going to distinguish a captain or lieutenant'.'" "Stranger, we elon'l go no lowe r than major in Kentm ky." Lippincot t's Magazine. I.ani'liiin . I'.scaiiaba Calumet . M a lllst ique Houghton !7.r.71 117.337 '.17.010 !ir,,!!!l! '.tt'i.O'.KI Individual pi ies we re awarded to five I.aurium men, Joseph liennelts. James T. Fisher, John IJoss, Klmcr Sunoq'iisl and Ernest M K'iiv, liavld IIoss and Joseph ' Thomas of Charit lodge winning individual medals and C. A. Fredd of Columbia lodge, Houghton, also receiving a medal. The cupper country elclcgatea to the convention are e xpeded to arrive home esOieT tonight or tomorrow evening. AND FRIENDS 'RE At ARMED Knowing How to brew and botlle It, nnT Cleanliness everywhere in lt manufacture makes oioscii's fl) Beer A good drink for nil. Can be had In Hint and Quart Hottles. Bosch Brewing Co. Telephones in all Towne of the Copper Country. LOWER MICHIGAN JACKSON -Two-e-ar-edd daughter of Arc h Mile s fell Intel a big croe k he id lirst. and was drowned in a gallon of water. JACKSON Isaac Howe. Harm manshii. farmer. 00. died in the field from loss e.f blood, when his llieiwlllg machine cut off one of his le-g. DEARBORN Nelson I. Hardy, drug gist, shot himself to d.'ath because he couldn't break off from the drug habit. A widow and three children survive. 0W0SS0 Mrs, James Leddy. 32. of CROWN TAMIIV tHIAKR "A HOUSE OP MERIT" Big Double Bill ALL THIS WEEK Mine Horse with Brains AND Lola Deim l ;80BRETTE AND RING ARTIST Pictures Changed Sunday, Tuesday, Thureday and S. urdt. GRAND Th.Hum. of Hiail-CASS VA TTDEVILLE Royer & French- comedy singing, talking and dancing. Kinodrome with all new pictures. The Heart of an Indian Girl a real Indian story exciting and . thrilling. The White Rose of 'the Wilds A pretty Diograph drama A Good Turn and 2 others. New Vaudeville Monday ?Tlteir Price . - - Tvo miserable looking hol.ei.s called on the dean of a mi'ilii-al otcg. ii.nl proposed that he pun hase 1 1 1 i r he-dies for the dissecting room, as they were on the verge ef starvation ami had not long to live. "II Is an old proposition, hesitated the dean. "Cut it Is occasionally done." n.g-gesle-d the speikesinan, ca.'eily. "Well." saiel the dean, "we inlaid arrange It. What price do yon ask " "Over in New York." re plle-d the spokesman, "they gave us $10." CHARLES 1.UNDBERG JR. MISS ING SINCE WEDNESDAY. Several Laurium Youths Now With the Yankee Robinson Show. According to Marshal Jus. Will--, of Yankee Uobinson c ircus, he-re recently, tool; aw ay w ith it se-vcral of Iuii linn s youthful population. This is a u-ual feature of circus isits to this com munity. Marshal "Wills, however Hates that no mfdulnt has he-en male- on t.ie part of the pare-nts of the boys who are missing. Speaking of the circus people, Mar shal Wills states that the company was one of the most orderly that ever l.-dted tills community. He found the shows eh-an In every particular and wlreil Manpictte and other cities to that .-licet. TWKWA PHIL NIEMARK WEDS. Takes Miss Lettie M. Jdbert as His Bride Last Evening. I'liil N'lt inark, of I.aurium. a former member of the Red Jacket fire de I ailme nt, and Miss Lettie M. Jlihcrt were wedded last evening at the-ir new home e n IVwahle stree t, I.auriiim. by Rev. W". M. Ward, pastor of the liurinin M. K. c hurc h. Charles Jilbe rt brother' or the- bride, acted as best man, and Miss Klsle Jil bert. a sister of the bride was brides maid. The ceremony was pe-rforine-d in the prcse-nce of immediate relatlve-s and friends. I'.oth the groom and his Irrldo have spent all e.f their lives here, ami are well known. Left Home on Way to work But Failed To Reach Destination. Poor Time "I'.iuiness is pretty slow le-r" jmt now," c-onfi-s.-e-d the Souam Corner. merchant. "I Judge-d so," replied the Pal-in'-' powder drummer, "when I observed that they hail laid off one or the hand on the town clock." 'TIS Enough "I low often does your road kill a man," asked a facetious traveling salesman a Central llranch con ductor the either day. "Just once," replied the ?.ndiictor. Oct the Habit. Pir.oke n Nestor cigar. JU3 Charles I.undberg. Jr., of Atlantic street Florida Is missing. His friends have been scouring the northern part of the county ever since Wcdm sday morning when he disappeared, but' so far without success, ami they arc be coming greatf.v alarmed. I.undherg it) elllo.ed at the- l'etel'- inanii meat luarke'l at WoUeilne ami left home about. .rilO a. m. on bis wax to. We. ik.? lf1Wee1. he diet Tlit board Ihe sire-el car as as his custom, imr was he seen bv any i' his fib-nds since lin n. Lumihcrg is Maid to be- a man of sober habits iiml lived happily at home, having im reason for leaving, ile had never been away without tin I liowlcdre of his uiff before, Ulld as far as can be ns-ertained be had no mone y with him. Marshals Trude l and Wills have' bee-n notified of l.undherg's disappearance and arc assisting In the search. He is described as a man .1." years of age, 5 ft. 3 inclie-8 tall, smooth shaven, with dark hair and brown eyes, lb wore a dark gray coat and vest ami striped trousers, also a gray cap. Mr. Ijiindhcrg is well known In Calumet anil his disappearance Is very in sterions. MARSHAL HAS COMPLAINT. Says Some Residents Are Careless in Disposing of Garbage. There has been a disposition on tne part of some Iaurlurn resilents tei distribute garbage indiscriminately In the alleys and other parts of the village-. .Marshal Wills states that some time ago the village employes made n thorough clean-up in the village, all of the alle-ys being plaee-il in llrst-i-lasft condition. He wants It und.-r. st M.d that while residents persist in dumping garbage in suca fashion it w ill be Impossible to ke-e p the alleys clean. All garbage, ha far as possible-, should be burned or placed In covered receptacles. PLAN ANNUAL OUTING. At a meeting of the members of the Ho-nn-Kcc rod and gun club held this we-ek, it was ele-cldeel that the .'111 nual fishing trip of tin club would be held from July S to IS at Oratiot Iike. The parly will go on the Keweenaw Central road and transport the liag rage overland to that point. It Is e-x- pe. led that almost every member of the club will lake the trip tills e-ar the outing being more popular than lho-e to Huron Ray, fIvcii In other vi a i s. CASE IS WITHDRAWN. In the case of William Miaellch, versus Matt Iiray.ieh, which was heard till wc-e-k in the Houghton county cir cuit ceuirt, being a suit brought by Mehclich to pecure damages because of alleged slanderous rtatenients, the attorneys for the .-defense, I-:. F. 1' Oendre and Angus W. Kerr, pleaded justification on the part of Hrazlcii, and tin c.-ve was withdrawn. TO RACE "GENDER MACK." Joe Rernnrd, tin well known Laur ium horse train-.-r and Joe-key, has ha-1 "i Sender Mae-k." the horse ow ne-d by Re-ding I'.rop., placed with him for the season. Re-rnard will put the horse in condition at once and race- aim thl. summer. "(Se-nde-r Mae-k" was on the raciair circuit last summer, ami pull down considerable prize money for its ow ners. SIXTY DOLLARS COLLECTED. 71LUMET THETi TER Friday evening, June 23 FIRST APPEARANCE OF The Greatest Emotional Actress OLGA NfHHKSOLE (LIEBLEIt & CO., Managers) IN The Redemption of Evelyn Vaudray lly lll-NRI BUKNSTIIIN, Author of "llic Thief" Adapted by Louis N. Parker Staged by Author of -"Rosemary" Ben Greet Rureiuette nnd'flrst two rows of Circle l-)0 Ralance of parepiette circle ,,) Rab e.ny . 1 Ralenny circle rjallery r, Seat pal nt I'orstcr'p. news Ptnn.l Weelnepd ay, June 21st nt 8. A. M. l.aurlum n-sidenls will be intere-ste-d In the iinnounce-inent that the nli;lit walchnie-n of the village started yes terday ce.llecting dog taxe-s. ami at ready $(i has been put Into the treas nrv through this medium. I.aurium Is determined tei rid Itself ed the dog nuisance, and unless owners of canines pay the license demanded there will be fewer canines running loose in the vil la ge. DEATH OF MR GASVODA. The death eok place early this f Mrs .lulin Casvedl. of ' "-. Tamarack street, I.aurium. She was ."' vears e.f age. She had been ill for a lomr time. A husband and eight chll dre-n survive. The funeral will likely .,i.-,. oiw-.. Snml.iv afternoon, with (services at St. Jose-ph's Slovenian I churc h, and Interment in Iike View ! cemetery. P. 0. INSPECTOR HERE. Post office Inspector (Mto of Mar eiuette was in Tiurinni yesterday for the purpose of looking over local con ditions, lie stated that be found the Iuiriuin otllce In the best ed con dition, and no Tault could be round with it. He will return lei Iiurlum shortly, anil it Is belie-ve-d he will then take steps tei Install the free delivery system. VIOLATED FISH LAWS. Deputy (lame Warden John T. Mac Donald arrested a couple of Houghton young men this week fr using "set llne-s" nnd spears in Oratiot Lake In Keweenaw county a few days ago. They were 4roiight In-fore Justice Mortimer O'Sullivan at Houghton and fined f 1 ! ami costs each. LAURIUM BRIEFS. A ? rtille-d "Slale-s Deputy Marshal Jo seph Wills, who is president of Ianr Inm. relurned ysterdy from n bu.-l iies trip I 1 Marepntte. A Cei per Range train ami a shot gun ended the liTe of a row. owned by John Nelson of laurium last evening. The train's sltempt at extinction was unjuccessful, s-o Marshal Wills finish '1st riHiuNAu ibvinct A Traveling Suit or Stay - at - Home Suit Makes no difference what the occasion may be, vve re prepared to furnish Ue clotlies to fit your pur pose as well as your percon.. Good Values at from $12.00 to $30.00. The label guarantees everything of quality you want in your clothes. Houghton Ed. Haas & Co. Calumet d the job. Where the slaughter oc curred is a particularly clangorous crossing for cows, and ipUte a , few have lost all interest In cud chewing at this point. Success In Canada. It must not be thought that capital Is everything In ptartlng nn orchard or a farm. In fact. It la unwise for anyone, even though he has had ex perience In the old country, to Invent his money and undertake to conduct fruit growing or agricultural opera tions bc'tore; having flii t g.eli.ed a suf fle'ent knowledge of hf new surround ings. Canadian Gazette. Virgin Soil Awaits Settlers. It Is claimed that there are In the northern part of Hrltish Columbia a million ncrer of virgin r.oll awaiting the advent of up-to-date fruit growers. New WTit Ads brini results. LOCAL FIRM WILL CONTINUE . VALUABLE ACENCV- Ragle Drug Store and Laurium I harmacy ed this c ity have just closed a deal whereby the-y will continue to be ;i .cents for .i:.M( the well known re medy for IV'cina. Dandruff, and all e!;seascs of the- skin ami scalp. The extraordinary leap that this clean liuid external treatment for skin art'eitious has made Into public favor in the last few years proves Its w on. l t fill curative propert ie s an.l makes it indeed a valuable addition to the line slock of remedial agents car ried by the l'.aiilc Drug Stere- and t..-uiritim Pharmacy. They have a limited supply of sam ples one of which will be given fre-e to any skin sufferer who wishes to test the merit of the medicine. A booklet "How To Pre se rve The Skin," w ill al so be give-n to those Interested. .THE OLSOM ESTATE SCOTT ST. CALUMET MICH. TELEPHONE NORTH 41. mm f m imp Its Fame is on 1hp Lips of the Nation Robert Burns lOClGAR. . 77chcv .77J Qmij 'Act rr Change Little Bobbie 5 Same Qualily - Smaller Site V.--' IfWJMIlf 4. 1 Mi ' e f W4 - , . MIIIIMMfcMMM HI ST & RIISSRLL CO., Distributors, CHICAGO, ILL, m 1 . If J 1 1-