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WEDNESDAY JUNE 23,-1911.
THE CALUMET NEWfl. Report of Condition OF THE First National Bank OF CALUMET At the Close of Business June 7th, 101 1 ASSETS. Cttflh and Exchange Lonns ami lionds... Hanking Houho .... Five per cent Fund. Over-drafts LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In. tSurpIus ...... Undivided Profits .... Deposits Circulation ......... Upper Peninsula too A IN An A During the six months i.niwng i. ne we-t-K, siienrr Curran has ''' In office at Ese-anaba there have been 119 prisoners confined in the it. to county jal. This Is said to he the largest number vcr lin-am-ratcd in a similar length of timo, Ai present the jail has eleven prisoners. ESC A NAB A The working hours in the tar .repairing department of the 'hiage Northwestern railroad shops at Esoanaba have Ik en cut from ten to eight. For several weeks the ten hour schedule had been in operation, hut the slump in repair work has made It necessary again to scale down tlie working hours. ' About forty men me alfocteil. MENOM IN EEThere are exactl n.fiiK) persons of school age in the city e-f Menominee, according to the report made by the enumerators to the board of education. This Is a decrease of eighty-seven from the' (Inures of a year UK". The refraction s no surprise to the cJio.il,Mard. . j.jaj-iy IIH last , fall the truant edlieer's reports showed there would be no Increase tins year. Names were furnished of children who had attended school the previous year and on his rounds In September the clllcer found vacant houses which had j'jcviously been occupied. MANISTIQUE A man answering to the name of Mark E. KaulTman was puked up by Sheriff Smith of ScJiool uaft county last week and was taken 40 the poor home. For about a wck he had made his home in the old h hool house at South Manisthpie. Up on examination by the physician he was found to be suffering from pneu monia. He raved about a patent on a horse medicine and that he had lost all his possessions.. Subsequently he died at the poop house. Nothing Is known n!out him or whether he liael any rela tives. He Is thoiiKht to have been jibnut fifty years old. I SHPE MING Frank Houseman, son The best of all Summer drinks- 8 Qj Beer In Quarts and Pints Alt Dealers Sell It Order a Case Today Bosch Brewing Go. Telephones in H Copper Country Towns. I FAMILY THEATER "A HOUSE OF MERIT" Big Double Bill Classical Soprano and Contralto Vocalist SPECIAL FEATURE Mabel Barrymore and her educated pony. CHANGE OF PICTURES AND - . 80NGS TODAY. CROWN Helen Oscien I G'JI.004.74 2.797.i;yr,.7o S1.4S1.47 10,000.00 114.83 $3,549,8117.83 .$ 200,000.00 . 275.fmi).u . L.s:io,ces.i7 . 156,050.00 J3.54:,SU7.83 of Frank Houseman of West Terrace street, was drowned while swimming wllh two companions in the West branch of the Kscaiiaba river, at a place known as filth falls. The body was recovered. Young ,,iisemaii, to gether with Thomas Viant and I'.cit Soloiimn, ,.,, i.ccn spending a few days Mshlng u the river and Sunday all three went in fop swim. Although II is not known positively, it Is thought that Houseman was sie.t-d with cramps. Anyway he went down be fore his companions could reach him. At the point where he sank the water is about llftccn feet deep. ESC AN ABA While attempting slop a runaway on Sarah street. to canaba. Adolnh Cahouil,- on.- r veteran engineers of the Northwestern roa.i in that city, was thrown to th pavement and sustained serious bruises about the lens. He first weirl to hi a and made light of his injurio 0111 Kiiiiseipieuiiy u was louiul neces sary to remove him to the Delta coun ty hospital. Seeing a runaway horse dashing down the street and nothing that a number of children were play ing in the sand but a block ahead. Mr. l.anoiiin- made a desperate etlort to stop the animal. He grabbed the lin near the bit as the runaway rushed past, but he could not retain his hold and was thrown aside, the wheels on one side of the wagon passing over his legs. , LOWER MICHIGAN OWOSSO e.Mrs. Sarah Livingston, age-el ;.", fell from tae platform of Crand Trunk train Monday. striking on her head. She was rendered ijn conscious and is in a carious condi tion. OWOSSO Mrs. F. M. Crewe enter tallied live of her former class males at lor home wnita of this city. The six went to school together when six years old .and have not been together for :T years. LANSING Floyd Conklin. who has been evading the Landing ofllcers f the ast year, was arrested at I'.e-lh vllle on a charge of larceny preferred bv the Ionising otlieers. He pleaded guilty and was lined $fi0. nwns?tl Mrs. Elizabeth Mead Is dead at la r home in Hvosso at the HRt- of 81 years. She has resided In Owosso 4(5 years and leaves six chil dren John rtoiirke. a farm hand was GRAND The. Hm of HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE Where iVvrrvnodv TONIGHT Baker & DeVere comedy singing, dancing and ' talking Kinodrome ALL NEW , PICTURES Coming Tomorrow Frank and Waters comedy tinging sketch CUPID'S CARES ,.lte co-stars with the "Flower of . Kanoh" Musical Comedy Co. TVfEWS of T7RATERNAL the -r SOCIETIES 1 is probable that the Laurlum Knights of Fythl.H will noon make "reparations for a big excursion to the 'ld s.-hoolhouse at Eagle Harbor where ' ritual of the order was written by J"tus II. Hathbone. All of the meni hers of the order In the county will ''' invited to participate aiv It Is like ly that a boat will be chartered for tho i-i. A program will be prepared and if arrangements can be made, degree work will be conferred on a class of andidatcs at this historic building. As the Mdioolhouse has le-eently been placed in good repair, as a landing memorial of the order, It Is expected lie til. will he a very pleasant one and Will lie taken advantage of by many. An outing of this kind was propose,! last winter, but as the time was not piopith,, lt WJIH decided to defer It until this summer. The activities of the lodge previous to participating in the big degree team contest at Me nominee, prevented any active steps be ing taken to arrange for this trip be fore, but the otlieers propose to take the .matter up at once, and push it to 1 siicccsstul culmination. The second degree was conferred at I he regular m-eting Monday evening and the members of the lodge express ed their pleasure at the successful out come of the participation of the Laur iunf teams In the recent contest. There will be no meeting next Mon day evening, because most of the members will tie busy with the prep arations for the Fourth, on Tuesday. Reunion of Federation. The Toircaiio hall of Laurlum has been engaged for the convention of the Italian-America. 1 Federation in I,ur luni on July Ha and 21. and the l'a lestra will he the scene of the big re union on July 22, Italian-American day. Active plans for this gathering ate being completed and it probably will be the most successful since the organization of the federation. Ad vices received indicate that ten or twelve branches of the federation lo cated in the Iron country will be rep resented by large delegations and that some of the branches will be ac 11. pained by bands. The. business mat ters will be disposed of on the Hist two days, and an elaborate program including a big parade has been ar ranged lor the last day. Special trains will be secured to convey the mem bers of the different Houghton county oianciies to iiurium and from 2.5(10 to 3.H00 members will be in line. Jan. A. Torreano has been selected as chair man of the day and Is completing the details of the reunion. Three band Hie ( alumet and lle-cli, Tamarack, and one other band will be engaged for the parade. Charity Lodge, K. of P. The third degree probably will b conferred at the re-guhtr meeting of the numbers of Charity Ijodgr-, Ntf- l.tl Knighls of Pythias at the Cnioii build ing tomorrow evening. The question of discontinuing' meetings for th months of July and August proUihly will come up for consideration. n meetings were held during the summer months last year, but no definite ar rangements have been made so far for this year. Elks' Big Meeting. Tonight's meeting of the Calumet badly tut Ion by a mad dog Monday afteriioen. while at work on the farm of Louis Wilkinson. Several stltcu-s were taken In the man's leg. SAGINAW The board of stipends ors convened today and accepted the resignation of Superintendent Brown one of the three members of Saginaw county's poor board. His resignation was the result of the Investigation made at he poor farm last fall. It l. staled that h second member of the board will be asked to resign Tues day. PONTIAC r. Hard. the man who drank carbolic, acid In (Jrnnd Ka phis, and died from the effects, has been identified as a man who was onj loved iis an attendant at the Eastern Michigan asylum here, recently. He resigned this position about a week ago. ami went to Inula, Saturday, whore lie claimed to have secured position. OWOSSO A campaign will be In augurated In the fall to provide for the construction of a new V. M. C. A building In Owosso, Meanwhile the association will have no Indoor quar ters. The association Is the only one In the state that can boast an ath letic park. The local Y. M. C. A. rounds are well equipped for base ball and other sports which have help ed to a great extent to sustain Inter est In the work of the association. PETOSKEY Information was given out to the effect that the Hear Hlver Taper K- llag company Is in the hinds of receivers. Leon Chllchester, presi dent of the iHrst State bank, and A. H. Mudgett. manager of the mill, were appointed receivers by the C S. dist rict -court. The plan was deemed ad visable In order that more raplt.il can be secured, something which was Im possible on account of the recent death of C. N. Friend. KALAMAZOO Ilecnuso Mrs. Dom onlk Drymatka Insisted on hnnglna hor clothing n the line In the back yard at the home of George Cazkl, she was beaten with a board, and after being knocked down, her head was held In a pall of water until neigh bors oa mo to her reeue The wom an was nearly drowned before releas ed by angry men and women and it required the services of a physician to restore her to consciousness. Olfl oers are searching for Cazkl. who Is recused by the woman of giving her such awful treatment. . i Llks will bo tho last regular weekly gathering for the summer season, al though tho monthly meetings will bo held as usual. An elaborate program has boon prcpand Tor this evening In cluding tho initiation f four candi dates. Alter the business Is disposed of, a social session and Dutch supper will bo indulgtd In. Pythian Sisters. A very enjoyable concert program was given at the Laurlum bank hall last evening under the auspices of the Illinium Temple, l'ythlan Sisters. Following the re ndition of a vocal and Instrumental program, dancing was in dulged In. The- attendance was large ami the gathering proved very suc cessful. Golden Eagles' Picnic. reparations are being made by tho me inbers ef Calumet Coinmandary and JarlUld Castle. Knights of the Golden Fagle for their annual picnic which will be held this year on July IS, at the C. Hi II. park, The music probably will bo furnished by the Tamarack band. , To Install Officers. No special business will be taken up it the" mee ting of the lle'da lodge. No. !0 this evening. The newly elected ef f'ocrs will be Installed at the regular meeting to bo held Wedne-silay even ing, July 5. A SMILE OR TWO; MAYBE A LAUGH . Major llloe, at v. June wielding In Now Haven, told an appropriate story. "Mrs. No we-d sat one day in a pub lic library, turning over the leaves of the directory. An old gentleman en tered. He, too, wanted to consult the directory, and ho frowned on se-oing it in use-. Then ho began to pace tho I'oor impatiently. "Two or tbre-e other persons entered. They also wanted the dire-dory, but Mrs. Ncwcd still continue! to turn the lea ves. "Finally a business man cute-reel. II looked at Mrs. Newcd ami at tho line of wailing people, ami, taking In the situation at a glane-e, he a pproae-heel the young woman-timl said politely: "'I'arelon me, but I, as a business man, am ae-custeuneel to ennsuKifig the directory almost daily. I pe-rceive you are a neivleo, madam. -Ixt mo help you in your "Vonrch.J '., - "'oh, thupk youj saiel Mrs. Ne-we-el, aiiel with a smile ami a hteik f relief she- surreneleie-el the huge volume. 'Thank you e ve-r so much, sir. I am trying to llud a nice name for my baby.' " Mrs.' S. T. Corer, oeoklng expert, eoinpareel Frene h and Ann-rican oek ing in a b-eture to the girl graduates eif Chlcagei. "Ainerle-an ooeiklng, with Its simple dishes ami ll$( free- usejof the grill," she sal!, "Is healthful; but the- rie h frames of Fremoh C'iklnj; ami tho lib eral use f the frying-pan, make tho French flabby and dyskptic. ' "I was nce entertained at a l'arls lestaurant famous for Us ebf. Wc had such dishes as salmi of be-e asso. ctuvo of be-of ami aubergine an gratln ami then my host, le-aning back with a satisfied smile, harielcd me the menu ami said: "Ami what'll you have next, Mrs. KorerV "Well,' paid I. 'I think well have Imllgestion next.'" "A statesman, accorellng to the old fashioned cree-el must never chance hid mind," sale! Gove-rmir Woeielrow Wilson at a liiim r in Trenton. "A h.engcel inlml may Imlicato a splendid mi nt il de ve-lopnient, but the edil-fashloni'd are sure to call It bicemsistency, and they are euro to come back at the inconsist. V cut statesman as tellingly as the old parlshlone-r came back at his pastor. "A e-iTtaln young pastor aniiounceel nervously one Sunday mriiing: "I will take for my text the- words Am) tiny fevl ten aqdc with ten thousand loaves of breael and ten thousand fishes.' "At this misquotation the old par ishieiner from his seat In the amen- orner said audibly: "'That's mi miracle I could do It myself.' "Tho young preacher eahl nothing at tho time, 'but the ne-xt Sunday he announced the same text again. This lime he Kt It right: "'Anil they feel ten thousand peqde on ten loaves of breael ami te-n flsbe-s.' "lie walteel hj moment, and then, leaning over tho pulpit, and bioking at the nmen-e-orner, be said: "'And could you de that, too, Mr. Smith? "Of course I could," Mr. Smith re plied. "And how woubl you do It?' said the preacher. "Why, with what was left over from last Sumlay, of e-ourso, ftahl Mr. Smith."' 'When Kdwln Goubl took Hp the manufacture of mate-hes seven years igo," said n New York banker, "his friends were a Roeiel deal ninus-el, and CAME ON THE OLYMPIC. W. J. Davoy, ef Fenasance, rnwall. arrived here yesterday, ami will make Calumet his hemic. Mr. Davoy saileel on the inanuneiin ..lie Star liner, Olympic, on be-r maiden voyage. The Iniat had a lirst-class )assase and the passengers were greatly -ntbuse-el .iv r her convenle-nees ami arrange-no-nts for passenfiers' eoinfiH-t. She ear riotl a full passenger list.. many a Joke was e nu ked at Mr. Gould's e-xpe-ns-. "I re-member one June day, at an open-air lum beeai at Tuxedo, a supe rb four-in-hand dashed rouml a torn of tho road ami we all looked up from our strawberries to admire it. "'That Is Mr. Gould's team,' said seinn-ono. 'Who Is elrlving'." '"Mr. Goubl himself,' a lady ans u ci cel. 'Doesn't he look striking en the bex?' " Arthur L. Itaymoml, the famous pltche-r. was talking abenit "curves" at a baseball banque t in New York. "There are all seats of corn-spoml--ii-o eeairses," ho said, "that teach jeu hew te barn to pitch, but they un apt to bo April feiedora. A lad ome askeel me how long It woulel take to make a pitcher of him. I told him it would take three years, winking e ight hours a day. Jtut that was too bard. He saw In a sporting paper an adver tisement that said; " 'Se-iid t2 and learn to be an expert pitcher In twenty-four hours.' "So be sent on the money anil got this reply: "'The method Is extreniely simple. Just eliviele pitching into twenty-four parts and barn one every hour.'" Take a sun glass and blister the ba'k of yeeiir ne-cft; allow one million mos quitoes to bite you; she-p em a c-llar grating; peuir a bushel ef ilust over yeuir best edothe-s and throw all your moi'oy exi ept thirty five cents Into the lake. You can 'do this in eme after noon without leaving homo. It was midnight. The burglar bad e-ntere-el the house as quie-tly as pos sible, but his shoes were not pad b-d, ami they maele some nise. Ho had Just reae-be-el the eloor f the hedr-'oin when ho beard some one moving in the bed as if about to ge t up, an. I he pause-el. Tin- souml ef a woman's voice floated to his cars. "If yu elon't take your boots off whe-n yeu come into this bouse-," it said, "the-re-'s going tei be trouble-, and a whole lot ef it. Here it's be-eti rain ing for three hours, ami you dare to tramsovor my carpets with our mud dy boots on! Get downstairs and take them ff this minute!" lie v'n t downstairs without a word, but he' elidn't take off his boots. In stead, he went straight out into the night again, ami the "pal'' who was rlH I miM I riWUUkIVIIHIIC 111 KI7.KS for palonU. JIiok on Patents. ll"Hints t inventors." " Invent ieirm All sent Free. NiMvinl ImUof poKniMe buy ers, til our own rlwntie. Se-nd nmirh ukcte-h or nxidi-l for search of Pate-nt. Ollico n-roreln. Local reirc-!enUitivn In ;! Cltu- anil Towns. Our Mr. Gre-e-U-jr wbm formerly Acting Cotnmir eioncr of Patents and an mn-h atl nil ctiHTo of U.S. Patent OnVe. (UKKKIKY MrlNTIK:, t'ttteut Attorneys, YV hhIiIiikIoii, I. . DWELLING HOUSES AND FLATS FOR RENT. FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK. LAURiUM Pictorial Review Patterns AT Bawdens' Store A. ESPEL, LAURIUM. A cent for the; famous (5. 1. I'.ent Crown Pianos ami Crown Player Pia nos, l'riee-s raiiRe from jr."a te Jinno. Terms to suit. Eastern made I'ianos J 145 and u. , NIGHT SCHOOL lOrnotl Now. It pays to Investigate. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, l'hono 516-1 COLLINS A WAGNER LIVERY. We are here to please you ami are very desirous of proving to yeu the merits of our service. Horses and ve hicles furnished for all occasions. riionc 543. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. Ijirgest and most complete steck of plumbing and heating gooels In Iiur lum. Special attentlem given to re pairing, also a full lino of geue-ral hdwe., paints, oils, builders' supplle-s. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS. Our B.ft drinks nro pure, healthful and Invigorating. Maele by modern sanitary machinery, enablig us to quote special to parties and entertain ments. I'hone 241. CHICAGO DECORATING CO. Artistic Interior de-oratlng In most modern style. Paper harming, tinting hardwood finishing, picture framing, plate niouleling, mlrrers resllvereel, fur niture reflnlshed. F. Peintzold. Phene 387. CENTRAL HOTEL. Locateel on Osce-eda street, near Fourth, one bbxk from the cars. Spe cial rates by tho we-ek or month. We have steam heat, hot and colj water and free baths. IUDIstel. Phono 2C7-J. CONFECTIONERY & FRUITS. A nice lino of candles, fruits, earned goods, and the standard brands of cigars and cigarettes. Wo manufac ture Ice cream. Wholesale or retail or ders. Mlchcllnl & Hertasso. phone 6191. WEDDING INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS ANNOUNCEMENTS PRINTED OR ENGRAVED AT THE CALUMET NEWS. ViJk. j.uu to :mu.uu. Warren Jewelery Company 351 Fifth St., Calumet. Mich. waiting for him s;iv a tear glisten in his 'J e. "1 e;in't rob that bouse-." he- saiel. "It leminds mo ef home." Tit -1 tits. Family trees are known by the fruits thereof, ' Why Swelter WHILE EATING YOUR MEALS OR WORKING AT YOUR DESK ? USE AN ELECTRIC FAN. 8 IN $8.50. COSTS Uc. PER HOUR TO OPERATE. HOUGHTON COUNTY THE 0LS01 B$mTE FURHTTUREUIiDERTAinilG SCOTT ST. CflLOTfBT MICH. TELEPHONE BUSINESS DIRECTORY DU PONT MOTOR CO. Agent for tho Ford autunmbile, a thoroughly reliable car for all pur poses. Full lino of bicycles aid sport ing goods, tires and auto equipment. Impairing of all kinds, l'hoiio 3J0-J. EGGEN . HOYEM. A cK-an ba'te-thop. enuippeel 'with modern mai'hiiu ry, is 'ho basis of our Kin ci ss. We t poi'iali.o in wedding cakes at this time of the year. Let us trim tbo brielc's e-ake. Phone 5i!3. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. Wo build our clothes from hand some and reliable fabrics and our prbes are as low as e-ould ! In ac ceirelanc' with 'true valui-.f. ('leaning and pre ssing. E. K. Nee b. 3rd St. GOURD BROS. MEATS. Ivmrium's largest cash meat dealcis. All meats, fish and game In season. Our name means good meats ef high quality. Satisfaction . will be given on all orders, large or small. HOSKING ELECTRIC CO., Ien't roast etver the hot stove when you can d your Ironing with n new AMERICAN BEAUTY IRON. We arc agents for it. Call and see them before buying. HAIRDRESSING & SHAMPOOING. Ifrlng us your combings. Wo will make theni Into switches. Parlors for ele-ctrlral facial massage, manicuring and chiropody. McLaughlin & Kelly, over Faucett & Gurk's office. JOHNSON MILLINER. Hecla street. A large selection of tho season's lat-e-st creation ir millinery Is being elis. played, along with stunning nmdcls fnitn eur ewn workrooms. MACLEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. First class livery and prompt cab service day or night. Hacks furnished for funerals and etc. Paggage hauled to and from trains. Special attention to boarders. Malcolm MacLtxal. Phone 99. NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. Six regulation billiard and po ta bles that are kept In goeiel comlitlein with good lights and courteous atten tion. Leading branels cigars and cigar ettes. Agts for Markham's box candles. NIELSON THE GROCER. We try to supply our customers ev ery wish and want by carrying a fresh line of fine groceries. Our qusllty Is high, our prices lew. I'hone 417J. 316, Osceola St, For a "one ring show" ours is the hest in the world, No one can question our reliability, nor the quality, workmanship and dura bility of our wedding rings. All widths, sizes, weights and prices Best Wood for Vlollne. Ftunteei maple trees, grown in loumuinous regions, wnere in" win ters are long and severe and the pnowfall considerable, furnish the best wood for violins, In the opinion of the German makers. t ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. NORTH 41. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Insurance is a good sound business lropov"i nj a man rannot de bet ter In taking a life Insurance policy with the Detroit Life Insurance Co. First Nat. P.ank Uldg.. Laurlum. PAULL'S CASH MEAT MARKET. Choicest cuts of fresh and salt meats. Staple and fancy groceries, milk, but ter and eggs. Special discounts for cHtdi. First class sausage vf all kinds. Thus. Paull. Phone 12fi. ' THE PALACE HOTEL. Centrally located in the business district of Laiiilum. tyodcrn appoint me-nts with steam heat and bath. Spe cial rates for regular boarders. Fourth and lkcla Sts. Mrs. T. Sthrleber. I'rop. PENINSULA HEATING &. PLB. CO. Let us figure on a heating plant for your home. Now Is the tiro) to liave it done. All work guaranteed. REYNOLD'S MEATS. Our meats are the best that are ob tainable. All are government Inspect ed ami have our personal guarantee of freshness. Service prompt. i'hone 102. H, E, Sangster, D.D.S. Laurtum, Mich. Heavy Ftallion fr breeding; pur poses saxby i Mcdonald. SMOKERS It Is up to you when you pay 10 cents for a cigar whether you got stung with a poor ene or not. The Dan Patch and Seifert's Havanas are cigars with a reputation for qual ity. SWYKERT THE GROCER. Distributor for Carpenter linking; Cei.'s delicacles of Milwaukee. Their cottage bread Is the Ideal tewstlna; bread. Their angel fooel cake "tastes THE THISTLE DAKERY. Wc make a specialty of hmc made) biead ami cake. Oct our ibreaU for fandwlehes. . Piione 141 for the finest Scotch baking. John Diiulop. 427 lice b SC. Laurlum.