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TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Report of OF THE First National Bank OF CALUMET At the Close of Business June 7th, iqi i ASSETS. Cash and Exchange Loans ami Ponds... , Hanking IIuumh Five per rent Fund. Over-drafts LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In. Surplus Undivided profits .... Deposits Circulation Upper Peninsula SAGOLA The Sagola Lumber com pany will have finished sawing 3,000,000 feet of hardwood logs at Its mill at .Sagola, Dickinson county, by the end of this month, making three months Hnoe the new plant started. The company will then start sawing pine logs, which are, now being shipped from the Wltbeck camps. There are 3,:.(M),000 feet on skld.s along the log ging railroad. This, ' it is expected, will keep the mill running until the lf.th of October The market condi tions at that time will govern, t a test extent, the operations of the company the coming winter. GLADSTONE The volunteer fire men of Gladstone will give, their an nual grand ball in the theater the nkht of the Fourth of July. The pro tin go Into a fund and will h. Ip the boys put up a good front at Pessemer where they will endeavor to land for (Hailstone the 1912 tournament of the 1'pper Peninsula association. They have been seeking this honor for some years and they believe it Is time their efforts were successful. As a special tit tract Ion for this year's ball, a hand pome prize Is offered to the best lady waltzer In attendance. SAULT STE. MARIE John It. Ir win of the Soo has been awarded the contract for the construction of the lew store of N. L. Field of Kudyard, l'liipMwa county. The store will be of brick, two stories high, occupying n sjmce of Mi by 100 feet. It will cost $10,000 and will be one of the finest store buildings outside of the Son in the county. The outlook fur a largo and prosperous comniun'.ty at Iludyard is bright. The town Is lo-ated In the center of the richest farming lands In the county, and Is the shipping point for a large territory. The village has h big brick making plant und It Is said that other Industries are being planned. MANISTIQUE George W. Itous.her 'f Manlstieiuo has bought a thirty l.orsepower touring car which he will Be sure and call for Rheingold beer and you will not be disappointed. It is "the Beer that pleases." .:. IN PINTS AND QUARTS SOLD BY ALL DEALERS Scheuermann Brewery Telephone in All Copper . Country Towns CROWN FAMILY THEATER "A HOUSt OF MERIT" Big Double Bill Helen Ogden Classical Soprano and Contralto Vocalist SPECIAL FEATURE Mabel Barrymore and her educated pony. CHANGE OF PICTURES AND SONGS TODAY. Condition -I 691,004.74 . 2,797.2!(6.79 51.4S1.47 10,000.01) 114.83 t3.349.897.83 .J 200,000.00 . 273.000.00 .. 28.179.fiG . 2,8!i0,CC8.l7 . 130.O.-.O.0O J3.549.897.83 use In connection with his livery, bus boss. After July 1st the machine will be used on the slant- route between Maiiisti.pie and Thompson, carrying passengers and freight. Mr. Pouscher has been awarded the contract for carrlng the mall between the two places, to take effect on that date. The auto will leave Manlsti.pie every morning, except Sunday, at 'J:no In the forenoon and will depart from Thomp son at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. This Is the first auto to he put on the route and Is expected to prove a success. MUNISING The lumbering depart ment of the Cleve land-Cliffs Iron com pany expects shortly to be actively en Kaged In building about four miles of railroad in the vicinity of llanley. In M uniting township, says the Munising News. In building this railroad the company will Introduce a decided In novation in railroad construction in the upper peninsula. The Innovation will take the form of a steam ditcher. This machine lays Its own track, grubs, stumps, removes earth, lays ballast, etc. liy its use it is possible to build .MM) feet of railroad per day. The dit cher removes timber easily and In fact does nearly everything required up to the time of laying the steel, except (lilting the timber. (Me Skooge will be the fol'emailton the Job and II. N. Oimshee engineer In charge." A steam ditcher Is now in successful operation in Minnesota. The machine Is very practicable and can be used to great advantage in building country roads. IRON MOUNTAIN The Peninsula Power company, which Is to develop Twin Falls of the Menominee river, near Tron Mountain, has closed the contract with the Wcstlnghouse com pany, of Pittsburg, for the power ma chinery. The initial Installation will Include two turbine water wneels. but the Hume to be constructed will have room for five wheels. The Westing house contract covers generators, transmitter and all other necessary equipment for the powerhouse. The contract with the Newton Construction company, of Milwaukee, embraces the dams, Humes and much rock work. The construction plant of the Newton icompany is enroute. The outfit is an extensive one, Including engines, boil ers, compressors, drilling machines, concrete block machines and mixers. The company will establish camps near the work, and expects to employ more than one hundred nu n. ISHPEMING (iiilsscppl Sgro, a young Sicilian, was viciously assault ed and nearly murdered while on his way home to his boarding house at Ishpeming. Russo Cnim.-llo, a Sicilian with whom Sgro lias had some trouble, Is lodged In Jail, charged with being the assailant, and will have his hear ing today or tomorrow'. Sgro and a fellow boarder were on their way home from town and had Just arrived opposite a number of ears sidetracked near the old Jackson mine eflle-e, at the heid of Iron street, when his assailant sprang out upon him. lie Tore he could get away he received two ugly cuts on the left side of the throat, one extending from the back of the neck around beneath the chin and another. Jo below, which laid bate the Jugular win. The attack was o su.ld.n and line -pecte.l that Sgro or his partner had n thought or de fense until It was all over. Sgro was t .nce hurried to Dr. Hobbins' hospi tal where his wounds were given Im mediate attention, and yesterday It was reported that he had a good chance ,or recovery, although he has lost a great quantity of blood. SAULT STE. MARIE -The old Ie- ...ocra.le Hag staff 7" Ashman and Maple streets. Sault S e Marie, has been ordered taken down by Mavor Short. The mayor, together ;vl(h 1P engineer, made an.mm na. tlll of the pole and discovered I tha condition was such as to mnke It 'parous to labile My " 1 ' ro n and mi.h. be ...own down by n ong wind. The pole was first erect ed hi the Democrat!.- wr horses of t Vuy during Cleveland's second sue ssful rampaign. The rals ng was tended bV Siicn "i , i ,en ' " ....i now superintendent, aid M. MCXen,.... - ..wv" "f , r i t n Publisher of the oh. 4!urchard. then w.nlnms. an Has. brook. former member of the common council, tli.. board of public works and pre sl.l-nt of the police com mission; M. F. McDonald, city recorder f'r u number of ars and brother of ity Attorney K. T. McDonald, and others of the days when the Soo was D.niocrutle and tin- party hud u flKht- Ing chance In the county. The staff, in fact, is an old landmark and Its passing will aim. mark the pausing of a recline when Democracy was su preme In Sault Sic. Marie. LOWER MICHIGAN OWOSSO-Hcrb.rt J.niiey was prostrated by the heat while moving his household goods from Chesaning to this I'ltV. Illlil .11. ,1 ;. iili..rt h.,e later. GRAND RAPIDS Toddling in front of a Carrier street car wh.-n her moth ers back was turned, two-year-old Alice Alia was struck and Instantly killed. GRAND RAPIDS-Atfempting to Hag a limited car which she mistook for a loeal, on the Holland Interurban road, Mrs. Maria Hooper, 73 years old, of this city, was instantly killed at a station just outside this city. BATTLE CREEK overcome by the heat while at work three stories above the ground, George A. Hopkins, a car penter, fell and sustained probably fa tal injiirii s. His skull and his right arm were fractured and he sustained internal injuries. SAGINAW - George Hare, a farmer residing at St. Charles, was seriously injured in a runaway. His horse be came frightened at a passing auto and started down the street. Hare was thro ,vn from his seat and his hip joint I rai turcd. DENTON HARBOR A $25,000 Klks temple was dedicated In this city last evening by local lodge No. 544. Pre ceding the dedicatory exercises, in which nearly 2,000 Klks from this and neighboring cities participated, there was 'a big treet parade. GRAND RAPIDS-John Purcell, dri ven temporarily Insane by the Intense heat, went In search of a cool place to sleep and wandered to the banks of Grand Illver. W hen discovered by the rlv.r police. Purr-ell's head was partly submerged but he was peacefully sleeping. PETOSKEY The insurance com pany of Charlevoix, Kmniett and Che boygan counties, which was placed in the hands of a receiver and whose de ficit Is over $12.0(10, is not the Farm ers' Mutual Fire Insurance company, but the Citizen's Mutual. Judge Mayne, of Charlevoix, appointed Frank Vorhcls of Harbor Springs receiver. BAD AXE While Carl Anshltz and his wife were working In the Held on their farm, two miles west of here, they left their fl ve-months-old baby asleep In a cab in the shade of a tree near by. A gust of wind struck the cab and blew it into a drain ditch con taining several fe-t of water. Pefore the parents noticed the absence of the b, the baby was drowned. ST A N D I S H F.d it h Darhite, aged 30. was instantly killed nt Turner, 12 miles northeast of here, She had Just finished her duties as principal of Ma ple Hldge schools and had driven from there to Turner to take the D. & M. midnight train to illllnun, when she was to conduct a normal school. She lay upon a couch In the Turner hotel, to wait the arrival ir her train. About an hour before the train was due, a through freight whistled. Thinking it was her train she hurriedly grasped her books and suitcase and ran fir the station. Some cars which stood on the sidetrack obstructed her view, and It is thought she stepped in front of the fast train. Her skull was crushed and ,ne limb was cut off. GRAND The Home of HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE Where Hvrry hidyllwi; TONIGHT A Faatura Attraction. Baker & DeVere comedy tinging, dancing and talking 4 KINODROME PICTURES Featuring "HEARTS AND FLAGS" and "THE LUCKY CAROL" Coming Thuracfay Frank and Waters lata co-ttara with tha Flowar of tha Ranch Muaical CorrYedy Co. The Household FLIES DON'T LIKE IT. Swtet Clover Blossorra in Room Will Cause Them to Flee. ' Use of set t ( nfe on w indows ' and doors; cleanliness in bom. s and unls; pr. caution In milk bml ice use, ami pievention of hydrophobia are urged by the Milwaukee health department In the "llealthologlst," the new name by which its monthly bulletin is known. In treating the rubj.ct, "IT,es, Their Dislikes," the following "recommenda tions are given: Common w hite clov er causes them to tlee before it. Kel p the blossoms ill cases, set about the room. Caibolic acid, twenty .Imps on a hot stove lid, or shovel, causes them ex treme discomfort. . . Pyrethruiii powder burned In the house stiipili.s them. They can then he readily destroyed. luchroinate of potash, one dram In two ounces of 8W:cleiiel water, kills them. Formaldehyde in waier, one spoonful to a pint, left in the room, will kill or drive them away. Formaldehyde candles for sale by many druggists. Mill, when lighted, drive them out of: the house; these candies also fumfcrito the home. Kerosene or chloride of lime, sprin kled on garbage or Manure, will render sterile their breeding places. Common commercial disinfectants and deodorizers will help exterminate them. Discrimination. however. Is needed In purchasing these prepara tions. Some of them are wholly worth less. Screens and cleanliness will do the rest. Flies nee I filth -rubbish heaps, manure and garbage to multiply. TO MEND TEAR IN GLOVE. (Sloves are very apt to tear round the thumb, and the amiojin;; part of it is that the more you tr to mend the tear' the worse' it becomes. In France they mend them in this way: They take a very line needle Indeed, the finest that can be Induced to t .ke ltic silk through, and buttonhole the raw edges all round, doing this very closely and taking as little as possi ble of the kid; but nevertheless Slllll- cient to give the stilfh. s a linn hold. When this has been done commence the buttonholing a'i;iln, taking up Mils time. Instead of the kid, the top of the stitches in the first row. Con tinue round and , round in the same way. and gradually the hole will be gin to fill. As you near the center It is wise to put a few more rows of stitching, as this relieves the tension caused by the original tear. It may then be fastened vff. jind If the silk with which the mending Is 'done Is a uo.ul match 1t will ibe almost impi'ssl ble to tell the dim-fence. CREAM SOUP. Take a tablespoon of butter and two of tl ur: melt them together nnd let cook until they look frothy and bubble. Then pour In' one, pint of sweet milk and fine pint of water; season with tabasco, pepper and salt. VERMICELLI TOAST. Pass the whites of hard hoilcel eggs through a vegetable snue-ezer on to slices of buttered toast. Then the o!ks of the eggs In the same way. THEATRE I Tuesday and Wednesday 1 aZI 1 Frank & Waters Late co-stars with "The Flower of the Ranch." In Comedy Singing Sketch "CUPID'S CARES" 5 Kinodrome 5 Pictures AH Features THE WHITE ROSE OF THE WILD. THE HEART OF AN INDIAN GIRL. .. A GOOD TURN. SCENES IN THIBET. THE GANK HONOR. Coming Thursday BAKER ANtT DEVfcftE. fA BIG HIT jlj AT THE J t n ?i i I LJ u u u u vz z MARQUETTE GETS THE 1912 ENDEAY08ERS' CONYfNIION U. P. DELEGATES SUCCESSFUL IN QUEST AT DETROIT. Much Enthusiasm is Shown When Of ficial Result is Announced, When It was announced by Presi dent lluhh.-ll of the Michigan Chris tian Fndcavor Fnion at the conven tion at the First Congregational church ut Detroit that for the first time In Its history the society would hold a state- convention next .xumvuer in tin- upper peninsula at Marquette, the upper peninsula delegates almost went wild with enthusiasm, and it was some minutes before order was restored. The Manpittte convention loostc is applauded until they ' were tired and the n a crowd arose und sang a song about going to Marcpiette in l!il2 and to Day City in 1913, ending it with the Manpiette "ell. President llul.hell further announced that the couiir.ittce on resolutions and on nominations of state- officers for the ensuing year would report tomor row evening at the closing session of the cons nl ion. The most Important resolution will be one favoring a closer federation with all other church young people's societies. Negotiations are now under for merging the l!..p tist Young people's t'nloii with Chris tian Ilndeavor and forming a closer federation with the Kpwotth league of the Methodist church. Dr. Francis K. Clark, president of the World's Christian Kndcavor union, stated that his plan for the future Is to spend most of. his time on the held in Furopcun countries and less time in ittending ntate conventions in An. er ic a). .ic higan Kndoi'Vors voted to provide :. link in the watch chain which will he pre sented to Dr. Clark at' Atlantic City on the thirtieth anniversary of the organization of the Y. P. S. C. K. The chain will h" formed of links fur nished by the diffe r, nt states. On the suggestion of the city forester the hadnth his been banished from the V.os.ton public garden, lie point ed out that hyacinth bulbs poisoned the soil and that the plant often caused an irritable skin disease to those w In. handled it. 1 Hiring the last eight y.-ars of his life. Sir Charles Klliott lieiitenant overnor of liengal lS'.M-'O.I was a diligent member of the I.ndon sc hool DWELLING HOUSES AND FLATS FOR RENT. FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK. RED JACKET BUSINESS A. F. MENZEL INSURANCE. Kvcryone should carry some Insur ance. Life Insurance Is a safe guard that men should have. C.et in a good company when you Insure. A. V. Men zel 1-4 Quell.) P.uildlng. A. FAHLEN JEWELER. Dealers in high class watches, clocks, silverware, fine china, cut pot tery and oil : n brae. "We can supply your every demand. We make glasses that are guaranteed to fit your fyes. Two barbers at the shop with the, 4 magic wordg "WE CAN DO ANYTHING" Art Myers, Prop. to order. H. A. Don, Laurium, Box 982. BRACCO THE BAKER. The b.-st people In Calumet use our hreud because It Is the best they can buy. All our bakery goods are baked fresh every day. Try our Italian Oread. CALUMET GRANITE WORKS. Manufacturers of all kinds of granite and marble monuments. Cemeteiy work of any description made to order We are age nts for the famous Wiscon sin (iranltes. Cor. &th nnd Oa St. CLOTHES FCR MEN. Our new spring and summer line, the latest novelties of Imported and domes tic fabrics nwalt your early consider ation, (b.ods bought from us give sat isfaction. Daohor & Sterk. Oak & 7th. HOSKING ELECTRIC CO. Aipnts for the New Columoia Mul tiple Battery. The newest nnd best on the market for Ignition purposes. Fither for automobile or gasoline boats. Try one and be convinced. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. The wise man is always well dressed because lie gets the best selection by ordering early In the season. Spring styles now In. Pressing and repair ing. Matt Chop, Phone C3I. F. H. SCHUMAKER MEATS. We carry nn Immense line of fn-sh meats, fish, game nnd oysters with which to please our customers. Spe cial attention nnd prompt delivery glv- n to nil phone orders. Phono 48. ltcglnnlng June 17th we will give n jgo.ul sized hammock wi.h one pound of baking powder. Also a pretty sweet pea vase with 50 cents worth of our son p. GRAND UNION TEA CO, Celebrate the '4th Right Get into one of our 'ine blue serges or a light gray suit. Duck Trousers, negligee shir's. Oxfords in tans, and blacks, button and lace. B. V. D. and Poris Knit Underwea-. Lewis and Vassar Spring Needle union suits. Panama and Straw hats. Soft collars, new neckwear. CALUMET board. In a letter to the London Times, (!. D. p.ruce sajs: "There was uncthing magnificent in the perfect simplicl.v will, which he pass.-,! from .THE OLSOM ESTATE FURfflTUREUlIDERTAKIMG SCOTT ST. CRLUHBT MICH. TELEPHONE INSURANCE. Fire, accident and plate glass Insur ance. ,neul Jstate , und loans. We re spectively su'licit your business. See us before purcliaslng real estate. Y. L. Stannard, Agent, John 15. Leary, Mgr. HOCKING AND CO. Exclusive styles in union suits. We nre sole agents for the Superior Fnion Suits. They fit. We have them In full letiith. Athletic nnd I'c.ros-Knlt. $1.00 to $5.00 per suit. JACOB KALLIO UNDERTAKER. Careful and efficient work Is our motto. The most considerate attention given to all cnie s. Lndy embalmer al woya In attendance. Phone orders ta ken both day and night Phone 98-1U. GOWAN MILLINERY CO. We are selling 'our entire stock of TRIMMED HATS at U.OFF. This sale Is genuine and offers a special op portunity to purchase midsummer hats at bargain prices. HOTEL MICHIGAN. BASEBALL SCORES EVERY DAY. First-class JJurpean hotel. IJufTct connection. In business section of lied Jacket. Cor. 6th and Oak Sts. M. P.andettlnl, Prop. LIVERY ANU UNDERTAKING. Most up-to-date funeral directors in Calumeti Furnishings for all fun erals. The best livery outfits with careful reliable drivers. Licensed tru baltncrs. Shea p.ros. phone 300. LAKESIDE FLORAL CO. Copper Country's Urgent and most modern greenhouses. All varieties of Powers, plants, shrubs and vines. Oautiful flor.il decorations for parties, dinners, entertainments nnd funerals. McCLURE AND RILEY. Fxperts on all kinds of electrical work. Lighting systems, phones in stalled and wiring done. Ag.-nts for (In famous Kell Santo vacutu dealer. Tungsten lights in your store or home. McCLURES GARAGE. Most up-to-date- garage In the Cop per Country. Finest eias of repairing and machine work of nil description. Agents for the world famous Mitchell Motor Cars N. Seventh St. Phone 2!. M. PAULL. If you nre desirous of getting your money's worth In cigars, fruits, can dies and general notions try f.a, A trial will make you one of our steady customers. Fifth St. M. ALTERN, MASSEUR. Fifth and Onk Rt. Cnlum't. . . JL.'i. ''t,i m ... HOUGHTON ruling an empire to caring for the pettiest details of school work. 'i the re anything better,' he once said t I ,":,n wl;, n a t,u1,1 l " 'oil?'" NORTH 41. DIRECTORY , MISSION BILLIARD HALL. When you have a little time to spend drop In at the Mlsrlon Hilllani Hall. Six pool and two billiard tables. P.est grade cigars, candy and cigar ettes. G. Trudtil, Mgr. OLD RELIABLE LIQUOR DEALER. Sunny p.rook and Pond Hill pottled in Pond, full quart J1.00 per bottle. These are bargain prices on this grada of goods. Flcn Plum, same place, same corner. PINE STREET PHARMACY. If you are looking for 'something classy In fine toilet articles or high grade stationery stop In and see our lines. Fresh drugs and candles, li A. Lundahl, Phone 435. RASTELLO THE TAILOR. Say Jack, "where are you ordering your. spring Rult " At J. It. Rastello'e of course. Try hlni, you'll find that his cloth.-s will fit where others won'L Calumet. :15 S. Cth St. RYAN LIVERY t UNDERTAKING. Mc-t up-to-the-minute nervlce In the Copper Country. We are well sup-' lied with, horses and vehicles Bnd have comp .Merit drivers. All kinds of funeral fupplles. Phone 23 RED JACKET PHARMACY. Ijirge line of stationery, ' cigars, perfumes, toilet waters, combs, hair brushes, perfumed soaps and "Oh that candy." Prescriptions carefully com pounded. V. Kevela. Mgr. Phone 535. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. ' Fresh fruit and vegetable always on hand. New assortment Oenulne Oab-bn-h pipes will be received Saturday, tl to .t."r. Ice cream, candies, pop nnd soda, f.13 Onk St. " 1 G. Martini & Co. , Vne S. Calumet, Micb. WARREN JEWELRY CO. J' 321 5th St. i florman ami 1S47 llogers Silverware, Libby Cut Glass. W'. W. giiarantei-d rings, Hull umbrellas, Waterman Pens. VIENNA BAKE.RY. Have you tasted those gTent deli cious cream puffs we make. They melt In your mouth. These with our lemon pics nre on sale fremi 7 A. M. urtll 10 P. AL; Saturdays. Phone 511. VIC HERMAN, ' Expert Photographer. Fifth st. rhont :it; , T