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;V THURSDAY, JUNE 23, l91t.
PAQ1 llfcrfl TiiJi CALUMET NEWS. t illg ! aim r A- Old Straw Hats I Made to look like New with Elkay's Straw Mat Cleaner 10c a Package at VASTBINDER & READ, jssesksi!! (THE REXALL STORE) ... ...... li. Mi mK r c hae mi J to Cor. of Uk and stn 51. - y The Best and Safest Investment For tho man or vsoman of ordinary means i a SAVINGS ACCOUNT at our SAVINGS DE PARTMENT, which earns three per cent com pound interest. "The Eest" because the rate of Interest is the r.Hjhest consistent with safety. "The Safest'' because there's nothing specu lative about it the money being constantly securrd by our capita!, surplus and stockhold ers' habil'ty, amounting W over 225.CXX). We solicit your banking business and $100 will open ;n account. CLOSING SESSION OF GRAND LODGE OFFICERS ELECTED BY MASONS AND GRAND RAPIDS CHOSEN FOR MEETING PLACE NEXT YEAR. First National Bank of Laurium OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AT THE CROWN THEATER M.il.tl i'ltn IS INVITED TO LEAVE. aid 1 . r M I mr m ii tun .-it i'. H .1 i- ' i- i .l.'h'i Mnku'.t. air. -led ami biouvht it lii-' ;i I ' ' I' i ' i , i .t . .1 ii -I n . I...! i last ii iht m a -: I'.ITS ! ha- Hi , !. in,.- ' ' I .ii:i!l :t ; I l.llt.l'V, w I ii. . I- v. t. M j,' t t-. .! i t. It ae Calu- . - .'I,.. I.. .M.OI-.. I l - , II,. ,'. , ;,t, , !l .hi; ; . i 1 1 - i , . i , .Hi.; t . 1 1 v is 1 1 . It.llloll ! ing ffoin hi W..IK .1 II- II ' 1 1 Til.- Ii.i'illt: ll.ic Mir. I a .. -lor ii ? jii:: INSURE WITH FAUCETT DROS. &. CUCK. Automobiles TO RENT !! .' I! a.' :.ii.'. JOE BENARD, ?,. . i th I t.r i .IS YEARS IN HUSINIISS The Merchants & Miners Bank Calum:t, MhU. Capital $15o,ooo.oo Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2io,ooo.oo Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Cha. HiizV I'-tVI IVtcr Pupec V.-Pres't W.ll. Andrraiin. V.-Ircs't end Mgr. MtrHtn fuull. Cl'irr J. I. Jmnrs, A-t Cahlcr An Account may be opened with One Dollar The cluing se-si.-u" of the Urand Chapter. Hal Arch Masons, t.f Michigan, was held csterd.y at M.u .pit ttf i'a.l tim ing the altt i ii.mi nul ! Kit tl Urates hi attendance re turned to their homes. Tin it- art' nity-thrce chapters in the Mali', if which all ..ut fifteen wile ri..t'M'iilttl, whirl) is considered a i t in 11 !. .i.ly j;tntl Hiow lug. inasinut'h as Marquette is so far distant fncti the home of most of the chapters. At tlie ts.-ioii ester.'a v, officer were t lt t t'd. and ;rand Rapids was chi'Mii as the incf-ting place In 1!M-. Imitations wile also extended to nu t t in iNttoit and Flint, but Crand Rapid was Hit- t lii.lir of the committee ap pointed to tie. Me the ttlcMi n. ill the election of ollh 1 rs, the usual custom of nd ant ing tah otli. t r to the next higher position was follow mI, ami Ar thur I. Stevens of Intuit, who iia-ht-t-n grand high priest the past year, was mi. eet tled by Ktwin I. I'.rown. of lion Mountain. The t.nly tontest was for the nitlce of grand master of the Hi st til. the ollitt- from which the slut up the 1. 1.1. It r lift ins. Frank II Willi 11ns of Allegan; 'h ai It-4j 5 ray af P. t-.-kt and t Krwise of 'old water. wtr' candidatts tor tills olliff. Mr. William was ele.-tt , on the lirst bal lot. F. llouiii- are the ottb t fs elect t .1: Frist ;ran-l lllh PriestArthur K Stev t us. I . tloit. IiHiid llinh priest Klwln F. ltrown Iron .Mountain. I t 1 1 1 1 y !raii.l 1 1 ikIi Pi it st --.lames II. Tlioiips-.n. Lansinc. r.ran.l KiriK -lohn II. Kink' dey. Mam hf -tt r. tlran.l S.illM--Willi.ini W. WatK St I-.'iis. Iran. I Ti' usiir. r- Knu rwni M. New til. I'tnt'in. ('.rand Secretary t'harlfs A. Con- 1 over. t'ohl alt r. ;rand lecturer -Horace S. May liard. Charlotte. Cratnl Chaplain Rev. John Clatlln. Daton Kapids. ;iand Captain .'.f Host Albert J. Vi'iinp, i:si anaha. c,r:n.t Prin-ipil Sojourner Kohert I II. Hunt. I n ti .-it. ;t;ni. P.o.-al Arch Captain Klmcr S. Mia! ton. lnuand. Ci.nd .Mast.r Third Veil Wiilter II. H.ioth. Cran.d It ipid . Cr. in. I M.i-tt-r Second Veil ("It-ti. V. I.et.lle, Mar.hall. C.ra nd Ma-It r First Veil -Frank H. Williams, All. tun, 5r,nil Seiitini I James I'. Mc!re-t-or. Ixtroit. The Entering Wedge of business J.utteis is furnish ing tjood material to customers. Htficc our yood fortune in th lumljcr induttry. From forest, to factory to our yard is a traiyht strin.j of Cutting out nrd ilelienny knot free, care fully seasoned and carefully hantlkd and stored lumber, Prices as we keep them down add to our celling success. Armslrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBLLL CALUMET HANCOCK What Makes This Bank Strong Capital S1 00.000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Prolits $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 12r..0fi0 00 That amount Maud l,twtiii your di;lt and any ponHMH lote. , , , t, tH.Km Why ii"t hav an n'f..unt with in? That In what w nre her for, atitl well fcrvo you falthrully and well. STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH. WANTS TO SFE PLANS. plshop Frederick T:i.. of the Mar uartte dioct-vf of the Catholif church, l::ts wrltt'-n I" the committees in thaiKf of the plans for the proponed hurt h edifice at Ahnieck, Hskinif to have the plans and sketches Kilhtnit tt.l to him. This is thought to indi cate that he will grant his consent to the erc tion of a church at Ahmet k. A considerable sum money has alreadv hi t n sei ured towards this edifice and the file has been donated. TlZ-for Sore Pcct Tired, Aching, Swollen, Smelly, Sweaty Feet? Corns, Callouses or Bunions? Use TIZ.. It's Sure, Quick And Certain. You Will Enjoy Usind 7lZ. Th Most Pleasant Remedy You have ever Tried and Moreover It Works. At last lure I it Instant relief and n listing permanent remedy for pore fet. No more fired feet. No more a'hlniT feet. No inure j-.wnllen. had suh llln, Hwt aty fct-t. No more corns No more huiiioiut. No more calloused, no matter what nlkt your feet or what uii'ler the mm you've Irlctl without M-ttliitf ulit-r.just use TIZ TIZ 1h totally unlike Hnythln elan f"r the purpose JtM ever heard f. It' the only f. ot remedy ever made whlcn aria t.n the principle of drawing nut all the poisoiKluit exudations which caiifp ;.re feet, Powdcra ami other remedies merely c-it.jr up tho pores, TI' cleaiises tin 111 out nnd keeps them tnan. u works light ,ff. You will fi t I In tier the very first time its used. tVf It 11 we. i; niul y,,u t-aii forgot you ever nan sore net. There Is nothing ..n earth that inn compare with It, ai air druggist 2'. cents per lrox or dire.t If you from Walter I.uthcr n..dge Chlrngo. LASf COMHITIfE MEETING BEFORE BIG CELEBRATION FINAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR FOURTH OF JULY TO BE MADE. Large G-anite Rock Procured for Hammer and Drill Contest. Tomorrow e cuing will mark the last of the committee meetings to make arrangements for Ked Jacket's Font tli of July celebration. The meet ing will be held in the Ked Jacket council chambers at X o'clock. Contractor llo.-king Is rushing work on the t let ti lt ill diplay. ami will eas ily hae all of the incandescent lights in position by Saturday exciting. There are u number of teams prac ticing for tin hammer and drill com petition, for which all entries must la in the bands of John J. Mils. Jr.. sec retary, not later than Saturday even- iiiir. Arrangements have heen concluded with the C. & II. Mining companj for the use of a large granite rock. Ht..t the rock will be hauled to the vil lage either Saturday or Monday. It 1 more than sixty inches In depth, which should preclude the possibility of any team drilling clear through it. At tomorrow night's meeting- the line of inarch for the big parade will be mapped tut. The fireworks have arrived ami are stored In the town- hall. These comprise Home of the lat est novelties In pyrotechnlcal display and hhnul.l provide plenty of enter tainment as a climax to the day's festivities. V.'M. C. A.'WIll TAKE UP THE SUBJECT OF POULTRY FIRST MEETING IS CALLED FOR TOMORROW EVENING. . I. Dashore and W. J. Reynolds Will Tell Experiences. The Y. M. C. A has decided to In terest itself in tlie subject of chicken laising, ai d a meeting has been called l.r tomorrow evening for the purpose f discussing poultry. Some prominent local chicken fanciers, among tluni C. I. Hashoie an.l William J. Ue Holds, have ac.epteil invitations to attend ami talk to the in. mbcrs. The V. M. C. A. ollicials extend a nrdial Invitation fo'the public to be present at the meeting. Information '..ncerning various breeds of chickena tiul their cgg-la ing records, the care ind protection uf poultry, uiul whether it Is cheaper to raise barn-yard stock r go In ft.r the m..re expensive breeds. will be oil. it tl !i Ikic speakers, data which should i interest all engaged In nils ing poultry! either for prolit or as a mere past initj. - i Mi ssrs. liashon- ami ICeynobls have Hunt- tit the llnest poultry stock In Houghton county, tarrying mainly while ami barred Fly mouth Hocks, and their experience should prove of great value to others. 4 LOCAL BRIEFS. NEGAUNEE GETS . NEXT MEETING UPPER PENINSULA WAS WELL REPRESENTED AT SONS OF ST. GEORGE SESSION AT DETROIT. The members of the Sons of St. Ceorge society, who attended tin an nual con cut i. hi In liftioit. are return ing. They had pleasant weather on the lake trip both going ami coming. The members are loud in their praise of the treatment they icccived anil the eiitt i tainnieiit lurnished tin in by the I 'droit lodges. Seventy-tlve ineinbcha attended the convention from the up per peninsula. Ncgaume was unanimously voted the next annual grand lodge meeting place. It will be held in July and will last for three days. The meeting will conclude with a celebration on the linal day. The principal other business tran sacted at the meeting was the revision of the constitution, which had outlived its usefulness, as it had stood without modification or change since the first lodge In the date was organized twen ty-three ears ago. The closing feature of the Crand bulge session was a banquet at which Senator Frank James of Hancock re sponded to the toast "Michigan" and Stephen Terrill Kpoke on "The Sons of St. Ceorge." In the membership contest. Imperial lodge of Detroit won tlrst prize and Trelawney lodge of Ishpemlng took second, with Mistletoe lodge of Han cock third. Heautiful loving cups were given as the prizes. The 5rand lodge officers elected are as follows: tirand President--Joint Shea. De troit. J rand Vice President John Martin, Iron Mountain. tlratnl Secretary Stephen Terrill. Ishpcming. tSrand Treasurer Joseph lloskings, iike Linden. Crand Messenger W. H. Hamford. Ishpcming. ('rand Assistant Peeretar W. A. Huberts, Trillion n tain. 4 rand Assistant Messenger Joseph Thomas, Negaunee. Crand Inside Sentinel Ed Hill, Iron am ul. Crand Outside Sentlned Mai tin Kendall. Hancock. J'.c.sldcs the inembehs of the different lodges and the delegates to the grand lodge, something like l.'.O others trav eled on the excursion to Detroit. The boat trip between St. Ignace and De troit was particularly pleasant "'l stops ware made for Fightscelns at Port Huron, Sheboygan, Alpena and Mackinaw Island. Mrs. J. Pl.hiotino left last evening for Itangor, this state. F. S. Carlton ami wife have left for L'reniorc, tint., where they will visit. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ceucke Ii;nc returned from a two weeks' Detroit visit. Mhs M. It. Leary has returned from an extended vacation spent In California. Anders f.'Tn', immigration agent for the South Shore road, spent yester day in Calumet. Capt. Kichafd Martin has returned from the' east, where he went to at tend the funeral of a relative. The Sunday-school of the Calumet M. K. church Will hold its annual pic nic Saturday atternoon at Klectrlc park. . Miss Itntli iJowry, of New York City, is visiting in Calumet with her father, H. C. Lowry, Janitor of the M. & M. bank. Charles Drew, a brother of Thomas Drew of the C. &H. cricket team. Is expected here next week from Corn wall, and will make Calumet his home. Frank Williams, Jr., and wife ar rived home list cvcnlnjf from their two weeks' honeymoon trip. They vis ited Chicago, P.uffalo, Niagara Falls. Detroit, Mackinac Island and other places. ' James F. Wiggins has Just received n ih-w lK-foot launch from the Cile Fnglne and Hoat Works at Iudington. The boat will be taken to Twin Iikes. where Mr. Wiggins owns a summer cot taste-. Miss Maggie Wnl. and Dr. Kinma S. Drakf are In the city boosting the movement to purchase the Hotel Su perior niul turn It Into a home, school and sanitarium for girls and women Martpi'tte Mining Journal. An Intpiest was held last evening In Coroner lisher's odlce to determine the cause of death of John !,akatos, who met death early Monday morning by falling from the Albion trest'.e. The Jury returned n verdict to to effect that death was aecblental. Arthur Thomas has returned from a week's visit with Ishpemlng friends Joe Hock, of Sixth street, and John Walz, of the firm of Woodward ami Walz. will Pave the latter part of next week for New York where they will sail for Italy to spend part of the summer. Firmness Is feminine and obstinacy Is tnasi'iillnii - so pays n woman. Ask fop , Nestor Clftnr. They they are fine. , JH3 McKAY-DAKIN NUPTIALS. Pretty Wedding Solemnired at Home of Bride's Sister. The wedding of Mist Katherlne. daughter of iMr.s. Angus McKay to Harold J. Dakin was quietly solemn ized last evening at the htne of Capt. and Mrs. Allan Cameron, the latter being a sister of the bride. Hev. D. D. Stalker, past r of toe First Prcs l.yterlan church officiated, and the ceremony was witnessed by only the Intimate friends and relatives of the bride and groom. The bride was at tended by her sister. Miss Sarah Mc Kay and Howard Dakln, a brother of the gro 'in was best man. The wed ding march iu played by Miss Emily Dakln. a sister of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Dakln left last even ing fr New York. Cnlcago, Detroit, Niagara Falls and other points where they will spend several weeks. On their return they will make their resi dence at Hubbell. Will J. Hooper of Houghton was present at the wedding. Ginter-Jones Nuptials. Miss Mary Cinter, of Scott street. and Harrison Jones, also of Red Jack et, were wedded yesterday afternoon at the polish parsonage on Seventh street. th ceremony being performed by Hev. Fr. Wolny. John Puhek acted as best man, and sister of the bride. Miss Margaret Cinter, was bridesmaid. They will make their home In Hed Jacket. The Cross, Sick Children Will Take 'Casca rets' There Is A Vital Something IN A. Green Seal d ar That makes it taste like more The New Standard Size will convince you. Three for twenty-five cts. At your dealers IZD. M. MUHLIilN, DISTRIBUTOR HANCOCK AMI CALUAUIT groom is in the employ of Cam. S. Sul livan, of the Koyal theater, Sixth street. The bride was for a number of Mars employed at the Arlington ho tel as a waitress. It it cruel and needless to force a fev erish, irritable child to take a nauseating doe of oil. Itrok back at your childhood days Remember the phytic that mother In sisted on once In a w.iile castor oil, salts or cat hartley.. II w you hated them. How you fought against taking them. How you dreaded their after effects. That was all wrong, but then nobody knw better. With our children It's different. They h long to the day of the gentlo In medicine. The day of harsh phy sdes Is over. We don't force the bow els now; we coax them. We have no dreaded after-effects. And the dose Is a candy tablet. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic rlmply don't know what they do. The children's revolt Is wail founded. Their tender bowels nre 'harmed by them. The modern way Is to give a gentle laxative, and to give It more frequently. To keep the how els always active. The best method Is Carcnrets. One-half n tablet, us often as needed, does nvre than anything else to keep a child well. Keep a 10 cent box at home nl ways'. They nre best for mamma and daddy, too. Peck-Lenr Wedding. Miss Theresa Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peck, of llcela street, Heila, and John Ian, were united In marriage at nine o'clock yes terday morning at the Sacred Heart parsonage, Hev. Fr. Herculean olli. iat- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Lenz will reside in I-miiuin. '' JOLLY FUNERAL TOMORROW. ' The remains of the late Mrs. Willi, un Jolly arrived here last evening frmn the V. p. hospital at Newberry, and were taken to the Jolly home at Wnlv t line. The funeral will take pi. n o t.i inorrow afternoon with services at thn Kcarsarge M. K. church. Rev. Steplii-n I'olklnghorne -officiating. Interment will be mi Lake View cemetery. A, . mm t Y ? ? ? ? y y Rubbers Hose isn't a good tiling to experiment with. It requires more than good optics to tell the difference be tween the kind that's made of cact-off rubber boots a"d the brands that have good stuff in them. We have found out ell that by exporienco and you may de pend on the hose you buy of us as be ing the bet.t price will buy. . V y y y V f v y y y y fleckonen Hardware To. UW r,... U U I illh Street " " Calumet, Mich. y 'i The Bugs are Lively POTATO BUGS ARE USUALLY ACTIVE AND HUNGRY THIS YEAR. BETTER FEED THEM SOME OF OUR PARIS GREEN IT 13 SURE DEATH TO ALL BUGS. SOLD IN U"-. ''2lb' AND Dlb. PACKAGES. SUPERIOR PHARMACY Red Jacket Laurium 1ST. I ' I ,.T'" .w-y.-, - fayA , tJr. !A& Did you ever stop to consider the labor you would save by putting in to your barn one of our Hay Carriers? Life it too short to use all of your effort in use less labor. The expense of one of our Hay Carriers and Track, with equipment, can be saved in one harvest. Our stock of Haying Tools and seasonable goods is compete. Buy now while the assortment it at its best. Carlton Hardware Co.