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THJfi CALUMET NEWS. ....:.-v..--w- I Old Straw Hats I Made to iook like New with $ Elkav's Straw Hat Cleaner J 10c a Package at I i I VASTBINDER& READ, (THE REXALL STORE) lUmcinbcr we liae moved to Cor. of Oak and 5th St. V ...X"H:.h:-x Idle Money Is as Useless As An Idle Man The community has respect only for the man who WORKS to IN CREASE his present resources. Money deposited at Our Saving Department t 3 per cent compound interest is working night anj diy, and each year sees AN INCREASE that marks the dirft-an.o bc'.wecn IDLE and WORKING Dollars. One Dollar w'U ope- an acco.mt at our Savings Department FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURIUM CAPITAL, $100.00000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 3S,000.00. OPES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING CONTRACT FOR COAL. ISids will 1.- rcivc. by the I'll! lie S nf Cabim t. Mi' liit-m. D tii-t N.. I. f"f tin- f :;t ni.-l.nm i f i - ODD FELLOWS' PARTY. 'J'H'- ib-gr- team 'f tlii' Calumet .-1,; if M.I.I fill. .us will entertain ;it .... .. . III... I'l.-.tri.' i.ii'w I nil:, .rin A' ei niiii:. roMm . 1 I V "in- in. 'lis in. i i i". 'i 1,1 I tons ..f well s. re. mil AiMhra. -it, st..i The '. .V II. ..r.-l.cstru will furnish eu- cal i-ano- I - -i-!)-.. ... in tin I ! '' 11 p.ot..l ;i tons i.f tli.- tl.fl r- nt I."..'i f'.r the v cir up to May I. r.'l.'. Ii t.i l.l- r must V-,.. . it v t) i: i tr ail t rlil.il- M .-: HI i ll" "t .. I.'i I I"' rixiimitii.il ii i:iic i'f the ri.il u.i whi h In- bids. Li. Is mu-t be in tin hand. f St uMary in or J.i fi-tv ti""ti June -', i:n. THE I t I : I . I S II' 1 cauwikt. J.-4 i: J. W. I iWNINil, S.c'y. i;irui- in.? ! r i.f visiting member. will br present. ".v- ii i ii iii I tins Summr With V-'ii." "I.ig IM." CiMe Piano Cat- iin.it. Nwh want r-'a bring results. DWELLING HOUSES AND FLATS FOR RENT. FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK. 38 YI-AKS IN HUSINIISS The Merchants & Miners Bank CaluniU, .Mich. Capital $15o,ooo.oo Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2io,ooo.oo Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Cr.af. llriggv I'rca'l Pitc-r Puppr. V.-Prr't W.li, Anilt-rann, V.-Pres't and Mgr. Mtphcn I'aull. I'arMtT J. I. Jamra, Asi't Cashier An Account may be opened with One Dollar PT mm The Entering Wedge of business tuccesa is furnish inj ijootl material to customers. Hence our good fortune in the lumber industry. From forest, to factory to our yard is a straight strinj of cutting out and delivering knot free, care fully seasoned and carefully handled and stored lumber, Prices as wr. keep them down add to our selling success. Armslrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK J What Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus . 5100,000.00 Undivided Profits $25,000.00 Stockholders' liability . 100,000.00 1 3r,.cirio ni) That amount stand, h.twctn your dtpo-lt nni any i.o.i.wi I.. , ti .tmt.nnu-tt Why nut liavf nn n't-mirl! with im? Th.it n wlmt we are here for, 11 nd we'll utrve yi.u faltrirully and well. STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH. CALUMET MEN ARC HONORED john Mclaughlin and john voecel hold important offices in eagles' state aerie. Twi c'.tlnmrt nifii r highly hon orril by tin- K.iKU'M "f Mbbluan y. tfi'd.iy, Jolin Mv Iaiik;hlin ti'in U-i,t-t'd ire .ri .viiU-nt mid Jnhn t. Vor-I f -l i li .l tro;i!iiit r of the ttat -ri? Ht tlH- Jil.ltl' ill lltli'll at riititl.u . Thc-rt- wa.t n ojU'ositinn to thrir nmn Inati mis and th y ro una tiiinoii -l r!.itr.l hy tin- tl-hK''tt'. lli'blinr two (!!. in thf Matt- at-rie In a liial t.tinor f"r Calumrt Ht-rif, and iihowM iliat tho liM-al in KunUatlon lias a IiIkIi Man.liin; In tho nnbr In Mirhijiati Fifty arries oro rrpn,ont,l at thr rin iiitin. Mr. Mcl-authlin ht-si.lt-s teln; rlri't if i t" proslih-nt also was liumirril by brltiK i'lar'd on th' llnanre ronimittf' fnr tin- fiisuiiiK ; r. riie follMwini; db'Kats were ltMt- -d to wrvp on thf difTtitnt rommlt. trt'. : Aii hIs and ri Irvan'-t-.s John A 1 lark, -aKl!iiv; J. ;. Iohriiian. Stiir- :is; John 1 ilrorshrrk, (Saylonl. Jii.lii la ry Nate lluntlpy. Itroit; Hoht-it iiahain, tSrainl Hapids; Jnhn rivngrr. Ovvosso; Jnsi .h Kivr t. Al pin and Frank Vad Flint. Finaiu oiMrnry ftu -h-rl!, Iinvlns; P. 1 Smith. Albion: n. n. Tharkra. rt Huron; John Mai I,aui;hlln. Cal uiiut and J. 'raft. Muskfiroii. Thanks and i -solut lns Frank C Wilson. Manistr-: o. Jrbv-hro k. (Uvossu and Joscnh lMtrhrr. Jackson. Thf roports of tho slat' m i-'tar . t.iti tri'.is',ir-r aiid statp prtsld-nt srr rn-ivl nn.l aiMrovd. Thro vas noliilng in th rport.- the rom- niittli-i- wlshi-d to niak i.lihllr. I'.ovni' Mty (ami' with tho av'.nvod intr-ntloii i.f IiiiiIIiik tho -in n ion for r.ilL'. but tho dib-Kation from I'otitlae his sululn-.l favor of Travorpo 'My and tho two upstate towns will in- up against Port Huron In a bid 'or tho r.M:' moot of the on! r. FOREMAN AND TWO OTHERS DADIY BURNED IN FOUNDRY EXPLOSION OF MOLTEN METAL IN C. & H. ESTABLISHMENT. E. H. Blayburn. Chas. Loomis and Horace Barrett, Victims. LOCAL BRIEF8. suss unity jrovini.in iia gone Iron coiintty points on a visit. Sam Abranison, fonm-ily of t!io rni.iie nstaiirant. ha.s left for east ern points. ' Silpt. Alrn d Ni. liolls of the l.-ireol.i i-hools Is N'oiidltiK a few tlas at Portage Fntry. I'ostollli e lnspe. tor itto of Mar- liiotte paid the t I iilit't postojlh'o a v isit otorday. MNs Anna nl-oii has r turned from Mariiiiotto, who' kIm- whs gradiialod from the normal nho.i. Mrs. Nick .Ma zynkl f S weib-tou n was operated upon yesterday for ap pendi'ltl.i at the Calumet Fublie hos pital, j Mrs. James X. Todd, who In visit ing br parent. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Vivian experts to leave for her home in New York next Monday. A mooting of the Twilight ha sob-ill. league will be held this evening In the V. M. t. A. when the schedule of .ainrj. etc.. will be arranged. II. I J,arii. who was nperatcil on at the Calumet Public boKpital some tlmt a (to. Is able ti leave the institu tion, and Is rapidly convalescing. Ten no'iubeis of Company A. Engin eers, will leave this evening for De troit, tu take part in the state title nhnot to be held June 26 to July 1. postmaster C. J. W'irkstrnm, Justlre C. . Jacl.nla and Dr. O. If. Sorsn have opened their summer cottages on the lake shore, and have taken their families there. Leu Scheringep arrived yesterday from T.-'f .'hernemld. Slovenia, and ha aet-epted a position with the Klutz tailoring establishm nt on .Sixth utreet Hed Jacket. He Is a brother of Job Schorlngcr of Oak Mreet, Ild Jacket Mrs. Josepli W. 'Selden. who has len visiting at Vassar, M1ch.. and Miss FJeanor Selden. who haj been visiting In l!ro"klyn. N. V.. for some time, are expected In Calumet this week. Mis Carrie Khlort lectured last evening on nursing before the Calu met tJIrls' club. Her talk was an In Ftniotlve and Interesting 'one. It was the tlrst of a number of talks Mist F.hlert will give the members of the club. MIkhoh Fleitiia Macken.lr and Maria K. II. Hlabuin. foreman f the C A II. fouLdry. and two workmen, Charles Iammiiis and Horace liinctt. wire badly bin lie I Lot night while at work in the foundry, tlumigli an ex plosion of molten metal, tlahurn and Loomis received the worst Injuries, while i:.mtt's burns are not bo severe. I he men nail a very narrow escape from death, M Is said, and prompt action on the part of oth er a In the touudry probably vaved their Ihcs. What caiiM-d the explosion is not known. Through some inexplicable aviso, the boiling metal exploded in olio of the large kettles the men were handling, and was thrown all over their clothes and bodies. Ioomis Is an aged man. and the shock to ilia Hit.tt.in was such that he was with dilli. ulty gotten into the ambulance. Mr. l!laT.iiin, despite bis shocking injuries, was her do. He in-isistt-d that Loomis be taken rare of lirst, although he was the more badly burned of the two. FINE ANIMAL ACI Will BE MISSING Al LAURIUM PATTERSON AMUSEMENT COM PANY LOSES PRIZE MONKEY. Animal Trained to Loop the Loop Is Killed at Beloit, Wis. come week TO Consider it from tin rcopomlcal ivt a ndpolnf. It Is cheaper and better t have your photo fln Irhlngs done by us. WHY! W ar always prepared with our chemicals. II. We get ,,ur goods by the whulomilf an, only charge you for the work. HI. FlulKhinjr clone same day re ceived. The Electric Studio 1.p. Clnsti l!,K k, ' 312 A. .'.II, St. When the Patterson shows tho liurium Park dut'in,, th July o. any attraction that has caused considerable interest throughout the country this season will be missing. Last year Mr. Patteisoii .secured from irl H.igcnback, a large monkey and alter several months of diligent train ing, the monk was taught to ride down steep incline, uirning a complete somersault in mid-air. During the engagement of the I'.ittt-rson shows nt P.elolt, Joco, tin- monk who raced with death twice cviy day for the amuse ment of the public, was hurled from the iiM-ilne, meeting instant death. In stead of w'aitiin: for the usual signal o reversed the h ver of his machine ind came shooting down tin sleep slope at an unexpected time. As the al' neaied (be loop the hind tin be anie louse and fell off, throwing the machine and rider to the ground. Willing hands rushed to the assist- iiuo of the injured monk, and he was caiibd to tho animal tent where upon examination. it was found that it: k had been broken. Tho death of the monk sotiii hours later caused sorrow In the Patterson household, a well as to many attaches of the show; for they all well knew that It would be a hard matter to replace the ani mal. When the showa visit this com munity the loop the loop in an auto mobile will be missing, but, howevtr. the inanageiiM tit has secured one of the best animal acts obtainable to re place the tlirlMi -r and It will be a fea ture of the Patterson trained animal Bhow. h COMPANY G TO BE IN PARADE HOUGHTON MILITIA COMPANY ACCEPTS INVITATION FOR FOURTH ENTENZA TO GIVE ADDRESS. A feature of Red Jacket's Fourth of July celebration will bo the appear ance of Company (I. of Houghton, in tiie parade. This company has never paraded in this village, mid the sol dier boys will be given a hearty greet ing'. The company will come to Calumet the eenlni of July 3, and bivouac on the vacant lot.- between Seventh and Klghth streets. All of the company's equipment will be brought hero and tents pitched. Tii executive committee met last evening, and announced that tho C. fb II. hand had been engaged to take part In tho parade, as well as the Fln-ni.-h 1 1 ii in u band, one other baud is yet to bo secured. Attorney A. P. I'litenza last night accepted the invitation of the com mittee to deliver the address of the day. Mr. Kntenza is a young man, with , an excellent command of t'ne Fnglbh language, and can be relied upon to deliver a rousing; patriotic ppeech. Another meeting: of the committees will be held this evening, when final arrangements for the celebration will bo completed. The hammer and drill contest Is creating much Interest and all of the crack teams in the district will enter, as well as a numnor oi newly organ ized teams which have not yet been in a competition. The fact that the local record has been beaten several times in practice dur'nj; tho past few weeks shows that the drilling: this year will be better than ever. There is keen rivalry among the teams and they are putting in all their spare time to perfect themselves for the Fourth. 3 Fujirs llllfci lo cleaned at least once a year. All fure given us for stora-j. are i thoroughly cleaned and beaten by our new Electric Gleaning Machine nd insured against loss or damage by fire or motht at 2 per cent and 3 per cnt of the value. SWIMMING LESSONS. at Y. Instruction Will Be Continued M. C. A. All Next Week. Physical Director Sherwood an nounced this morning that swimming instruction will be continued all next week by himself and others of the Y. M. - A. Mr. Sherwood will be In his olllce Saturday afternoon, and next Monday morning to take the names of those desirous of entiling next week's classes. Prof. Callls will close his work's rn i;agement Saturday evening. It is cpiite probable be Mill make another attempt Saturday evening to lower the Y. M. C. A. '.Tt-yard swimming record. LOCAL IJrand new $32.1 Wellington Piano, case slightly marred. Will eell for $-1.0. Kasy payments. Cable Piano Co., Calumet. -23 Nicholson entertained lar.t evening at the i.Miii k U7.ie home 1033 I.uirium street, at a novelty shower In honor of Mlas Ca.sle McKay, who i to be wddd shoilly to Harold Dakin. The shower proved' a very enjoyable one. Maurice Salassa, formerly of the lo cal V. M.. C. A. will leave for La Crosse. Wis., next Monday to deliver tW't IcoturoH on physical culture. From (here ho will go to New York, and will sail July 3 for Illo do Janeiro. Itra.ll, where he will Introduce American athletics In a college there. Smoke a Nestor Cigar. Jl 13 i n h THEATRE Toil Siiili & Gamier Marvelous plate and J carpet spinners. Spinning 60 Colored Plates at One Time f 4 Kinodrome 4 1 I Pictures Fresh Ontonagon Strawberries Received Each Day They're Delicious Use. Your Phone A. BARSAHTI & GOMP'Y rilONE 437 D., S., S. & A. Ry. Excursion Bulletin DETROIT, TOLEDO, CLEVELAND BUFFALO-Popular Week - End Excursions by rail and lake con necting w'.th D. & C steamers leaving St. Iniif-o '2:00 p. in. every Saturday during June and July. Limit Sept. 15. MONTREAL, QUEBEC, OTTAWA, NEW YORK, BOSTON and all p- dnt cast. Summer Tourist Cases with limit Oct. 31 and very low short limit (00 days.) Hound Trip Tourist fares. On tale every day June 1 to Sept 3i. STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE-An- nual Pilgrimage leavliifr Calumet July 12 t Iff, ralo $27.50. Re turn limit August 31. Stop overs nt nny point In Canada. We will have, numerous local ex cursions; also special fares In ef fect for meetings and conventions. riease apply to agents for full particulars. aasraaaaar Tu. I L " ' fi 4 K ,Jf Calumet-Phcne 999 - Houghton: ru E . -an-1 mi iml ii iii 1 Wi i.,), - - v-ni-in i i I,,, rii ii ' tij TAMARACK CRICKET LINE-UP. The Tamarack cricket team will play MeMianl Saturday afternoon at the Tamarack pitch. The locals have picked a strong- team. Caibis and Trevenen are link in form again, and these batsmen may be depended on for good scorer. The line-up of Tamarack is as fol lows: J. Ceoige, II. Johns. W. Catbis. J. Trevenen, T. Drew, W. Dennetts, W. Walters. W. Murley. II. Che-;win, 15. llodda. U. Harvey. Sub. K. Chappie. Scorer, S. Iwraiue. Fnipire, K. Mor ris. SECURES FINE POSITION. Have you tried a Nestor Cigar? Jl 1 3 "Somewhere thin Slimmer With You" the biggest song hit of this year. 15 cents while they last. Cable Piano Co., Calumet. -23 John Judge of the Copper Ilange freight othee has resigned bin pn.-iti,,,, and will leave Sunday for Milwaukee, where be his accepted a position witli the Wisconsin Demurrage. lie (,.H not know et to what territory he v. ill bo assigned, but possibly will work in Fppcr Michigan. Mr. Judge i.; wr known in Calumet and hia many trii nili at exteiidin;; ll.tir best wishu fi libit. Ask for a Nestor Cigar, they are fine. They any JI13 Iate sheet mush 5, in ami i:, c( nt.;. Cable l'iano Co., Calumet. -:3 $3.'.0 Kings-bury Piano for $1.. His been used. Is In good condition Ci bio Piano Co., Calumet. ..'3 Willing Hands are Ready t Y z t V X t ? ? y ? ? ? ? T Y 'V . i- r .. . Vi - to wait upon you here with tho very bet cjrade of hardware, . tools,, imple ments, tinware, and every requisin for most trades. We keep only tho depend able kind of hardware, such as is made of tho best materials for actual service and not appear ance alone. 0eckonen Hardware C o. U-.zTTr U U , -. .:. fillh Street " " Calumet, Mich. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y v : V Y Y Y Y Y Y .! The Bugs are Lively POTATO BUGS ARE USUALLY ACTIVE AND HUNGRY THIS YEAR. BETTER F EEU THEM SOME OK OUR PARIS GREEN IT IS SURE DEATH TO ALL BUGS. SOLD IN lb., 'Ib. AND 51b. PACKAGES. SUPERIOR PHARMACY Red Jacket Laurium If s Here Hot Weather We've Got 9Em Refrigeratora unsurpassed for cooling quality and ice saver. Freezert popularly known for their smooth and evenly froien ice cream. What is the use of getting exhausted cooking over the hot stove? Let us khow you our oil stoves of merit, eo that it will be pleasure to cook in hot weather. Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, and many other seasonable goods. If there is anything in the hardware, houeefurnishing or tool hno, we have it. Carlton Hardware Co.