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f . TlHK CALUMKX NEW3. I w Report of OF THE First National Bank .. . , OF CALUMET At the Close of Business June 7th, 101 1 -" ; . Cash' and Kxehunge Loans and ponds..., funking IIousa y lv,-v ;T c nt Fun J.. Over-drafts ......... ASSETS. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In. f? u r plus Vndlvlde.1 Profits .... Poposlta- Circulation . J.' '.I ODDITIES IN THE "8 DAY'S EVENTS I Wurren Pluckmar celebrated his ninety-ninth birthday anniversary at Phukmur's Crossing, Conn., by hoeing Ms coin and potatoes most of the day. 'ile.wHB bom within 'ten miles of where lie iuiw Mvis, und Is enjoying gaud health. J. D. Plfurio. welshing ninety ', pounds. Is the father of 11 v pairs of twins, horn within right years, at Oulfptut, Mis. Thero uif six girls nnd four hoy .a. all healthy. The first, fourth and fifth net of twins were girls. It Is claimed this Is the world's record for twins. While the. separation milt of Mrs. Florence Whltbeck against H. Whitbetk was on trial at Poughkeep sie. Justice Mrorsi hn iiser saw the con pie smiling at each other. The court decided there w.n hope, und adjourned the trial for three months t. give them a chance to 4,klss ami ' make up." ' A bolt of lightning tore out a side of lllram Vender-Plant's chicken coop at l.Montvllle, N. J., and the feathers on the nearest chickens all turned white. Vander-l'lant's son put the chickens In n barn and exhibited them at 10 cents each, but when the proceeds had got up to $100 the feather on all the chickens turned back to their natural color. Pliable to decide whether the bray ing of a donkey is Injurious to public health, the board of health of I'.elle vllle, N. J., has passed the ipiestion along to the chief of police for set tlement. A donkey kept In a lot Is the cause df the trouble.' A health olliclal swore the animal's "laughter" could be heard two miles. An Insurrection broke out In the Hrberton. (O.) jail when . a cow charged with disturbing the peace was added to the other prisoners. The men threatened to demolish the prison If the cow was not taken from the cell, but they had to sleep with The real test of onscH's BEER is the taste test. You will be delighted with its refreshing qualities and enjoy its rich mellow flavor. IN QUARTS AND PINTS. ORDER A CASE TODAY. Bosch Brewing Company Telephones in all Copper . . Country Towns. ' CROWN fAMILY TIIEAUR "A-HOUSE Of MERIT" Big Double Bill JUInlnh dfYfSnn ' Classical Soprano and Contralto ft Vocalist ! !j I SPECIAL FEATURE . Mabel Barrymore ' and her educated pony. . f CHANGE OF PICTURES AND " ' SONGS TODAY. Condition J Clfl.OUl.74 . 2,7'J7.2'jt;.79 .47 10,000.00 114.83 $3,049,897.85 .$ 200,000.00 27.", 0(10. 00 . . 2X.179.C0 . 2,S!M,(;t;s.l7 . K.io.-.u.OO $3,04!).S97.S3 her all nli-lit. Some of the prison. is did not get much sleep and they swore vengeanc e against the jailer. In the morning the cow was fined which was paid hy the owner. There is rejoicing in Harrison, . v., because- the "suffragette hoodoo" has been removed, and the boy stork is on the Job again. In the last two years eighty girl ha bles were born there, but no boys until the other day. when Mrs. IMward Mo tllnness rejoiced over the arrival of twins, and a woman from an adjoin ing town, lti passing thiViKh. was overtaken by the stork and gave birth to a boy In tlx railroad station. While James '. vi throw, city clerk of Sheridan, Wyo., was fishing in the Pig Horn mountains recently, he let his line slip around a boulder ami the l ook was swallowed by a big grizzly bear whleh was also fishing. Wlthmw Jerked on the line and promptly the bear made Its appearance. Angered by the pain of the hook In his mouth, the bear started toward Wlthrow, who sprang up the bank of the stream and escaped. Posse of citizens are searching the caves 'ami mountains about Oxford, N. J., for outlaws who- steal anything ftom a horse nnd wagon to the shoes on a man's feet. AVI II la in Aimer was halted" on the street by one crowd of three robbers, who drew pNtols and marched him info a grove of trees. The bandits then forced him to -strip off every stitch of clothing, even his shoes and socks. They made off with the clothing, leaving him naked In the woods, a vic tim of countless hordes of mosquitoes, until he found a barrel and went in to town In it. Standing before an Hltar of inntrtz and granite, carved and fashioned by the hands of the bride, on n narrow bdge loo feet from the ground, and leached by a trail hewn out of. the solid lock by the bridegroom, Miss 1 tea trice Farnham, the Poston artist and sculptor, and John Otto, eccentric hermit, prospector and trail builder, were married at Gr'.nd Junction, olo., in the Muniment national park, of which otto has recently been appoint ed" superintendent. It had originally been planned to hold the ceremony on the top of In dependence rock, a lofty spire tower ing more than f.oo feet in the air, the pinnacle of which no miopias reached before except Otto, who for months has been cutting steps In the side v.f the rock spire, 'but the minister balk ed and a compromise was effected. He fore the ceremony the bride cook ed the wedding feast over a camp fire, (lien donned her wedding gown of white satin wilh bng bridal veil, and made her way to the foot of the cliff, where the bridegroom. In bine perge coat and kahkl trousers, awaited be side the minister, who was clad in the full robe of the Episcopalian clergy. GRAND The Horn of HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE Whir Kvrrylwdv !" TONIGHT A High Class Attraction . Frank AND Waters In a comedy singing sketch - CUPID'S CARES THE KINODROME All' new pictures featuring The (Ueatest of all Military Storks "THE FLAG DIDN'T RISE" All special program for MONDAY AND TUESDAY LADY CARMEN and a special picture A SANE FOURTH OF JULY. basebalD J STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National League. I V. L. Per N,w York 4l :: Ml Philadelphia ;.- M,j n,iri,K" as 37 :n .r.s7 i-t. Louis . - V7 Cincinnati L;( j-., liiooUjn j 4i jjc, ,:"st" 14 00 .19 American League. AV L Tct ""''"it 44 22 Mil Philadelphia 41 q-j X,'w York ".sr. 27 Chicago 31 L.s :- :i:t 31 .r.11; Cleveland 37 ,41s , Washington 42 st- Louis 1; 4,; National League. n 11 i'V Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0-4 13 0 Cinriintati io 0 0 0 0 4 1 x ri S 1 Palleries Ibulhai h. p.iown and Orahain; Smith and .McLean. Tt.U.K Prookl 11 , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 l 0 l 4 1 Philadelphia . . . 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 x 4 4 2 Katterics . Scanlon and liergen; Moore and Moran. P. II E P.oston- 10O0OO3O04 j; N'cw York 0 0 0 0 (i 'j 0 1 x 10 14 4 Latteries McTigue, Ihown and Kling; t'randall ami Mjers. R. U.K. Pittsburg JOOOIOOL'O s 13 1 St.: Louis 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-1! '. 1 liatti 1 it s Adams. Steele and Si mon; Colden, iieyer and Presiuihan. American League. P.. II. F; Poston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 fi 4 New York 0010010013 4 ."i Patti lies Wood and Nunamaker; Warhop and Sweeney. Second game: R. If. K. Huston 10000101 x 3 "1 1 New York 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 '1 'J 4 P.itleries Killilay and Williams; Vau-.lin and I Hair, Sweeney. R. II. 13. Washington . . .1 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 x !i 13 1 Philad. lf.hia . . .0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 7 S ' Latteries Urooni and Henry; Mor gan, Plank, Long and Thomas, Lapp. R. II. 11 Cleveland . . . .0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 S 10 3 Chicago 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 07 13 1 P.attei les West, Planding. Gregg and Smith; I.-mge, Walsh i.nd Sulli van. r. 11. rc. St. Lmila 10 12 0 0 2 0 0 Pi 11 1 Detroit 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0.". !t 4 Latteries Powell and Stephens; Works. Summers and Stanage. American Association. Toledo. 3; Milwaukee, 2. Indianapolis, 4; St. Paul, .; ten in nings. SEVENTH ANNUAL PICNIC. United Croatian Societies to Enjoy Outing at Park. The seventh annual picnic f the Prilled Croallaii societies of ('alunut will be held tomorrow at tiie Calumet and llccla park and a splendid pro gram has been prepared for the out ing. The eight soiictic-i in Calumet will participate ami will attend mass at the St. John the Paptlst church at 10 o'clock, where a special address will he delivered by Rev. Jo-vph M.din. After the mass the societies will pa rade through the principal streets of Calumet, headed by the Tamarack band. At the park there will be a program of sports and other amusements. Mu sic for dancing will be furnished by the Tamarack band. Pinner and sup per will be served, the principal fea ture of the menu being roa-t lamb. It Is expected the outing will be large ly attended nr.d prove one of the most siiecessful of the season. Grand Opening Tonight STM THEATER 1 1 ...PROGRAM... Lady Clare The Minor Chord Bad Nevin's Bad Man 1 Extra Reel of Tilm Illustrated Songs Six Piece Orchestra Admission 10c St 5c Doors Open at 0:30 P. M. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE M. W. A. RATE QUESTION WILL BE CON SIDERED AT MEETING TO BE HELD IN CHICAGO IN JANUARY. The head camp of the Modern Woodmen ' of America, hi Id last week in Puftalo, adjourned to convene In Chicago on the second Tuesday of January for the purpose of readjust ing the insurunce rites. All or the head olliceis and standing committees and delegates who met in LutTalo were Instructed to attend the Chicago meet ing, which will probably be the iiiomJ important session that the society has ever held, as the rate ipiestion has been very generally discussed among the head camp olli. ials and the more active members for several years. The special session of the heiul camp was recommended by the execu live council ;in.l n resolution author izing the meeting was adopted by a unanimous vote of the head ennp, which was attended by more than M delegates. It Seemed to be the opinion of the society oilicials at P.uffalo that a read justment of the rates was absolutel netessary before the jicxt triennial meeting, in order to no i t the de mands of the legislative bodies 111 tin several states in which the society I. iloing business. Inning the past yeai bill.i were introduced in a number ol the legislatures In .an attempt to reg hlate fraternal insurance rates, but In nearly all of the States they were de feated. The bill proposed in the Mich igan legislature was acceptable to the oilicials of the Modern AVoodmen, hut some of the other societies opposed it strongly. Prior to the Chicago meeting the of liclals will submit several plans for tlu consideration of the 1I1 legates, and it Is intended that the rates decided upon will be maintained for an indefinite period. In an address before the con vention In liuffalo, former Head Consul W. A. Xorthcott rtrongly advocated a readjustment of the rates, declaring that the time had arrived when this step was absolutely necessary In or der to Insure the society's perpetuity. Mr. Xorthcott did not offer any sug gistiops as to what plan he consld- red advisable for the head camp to ;:dojit, but he declared that this is too great a Uestioll to be decided upon hastily. It is quite certain that the rates of insurance, whlctj are now especiall low. will be raised, as the mortuary table submitted te the head camp l the executive council shows that some of the members nre not pa ing w hat Ih.lr insurance rets. The law com mittic of I he Rori.ty recommended that twelve assessments be collected hereafter in cadi. year, lint in view ol the fact Ib'tt the fates are to be read justed in January, this section of the commit lee's recommciidat iou was not adopted. A Recall Fund. Is In adopting the proposed new rates. a recall fund will probably be estab lished. From this the management will at any time be able to draw a sum sufllcient to ' pay "the assessments of the membership. It, is anticipated that the new rates will be made suf ficiently high to permit of a surplus being turned Into the recall fund each month so that in time there will be a large reserve. If the recall fund plan la adopted, it Is expected that it will be possible to skip till occasional monthly asscssnu nt. transferring what the assessment would amount to from the recall to the general fund. In this way. the demands upon the members will not be much greater than at pres ent, in spite of the fact that the indi vidual rates may be raised higher than many of the members might think nec essary at this time. The announcement that the head 1 1 4 (amp is to coiiviiic in special uc&floii in Chicago In January will create a: great deal of comment among the, members of the society, though the; delegates In attendance at the liuffa lo meeting were unanimous in the! opinion that a special meeting is u!- Nolutcly necessary, liy readjusting the; rates, the A'i. oilmen will t a l.ii e that will doubtless be followed by ; many of the other fraternal orgaiii.a-! lions doing business along similar i lines. i At the special session Important matters, pertaining to the societv'.-.! sanitarium at Colorado Splines, Colo., will also be considered. A sanitarium i committee was appointed by Head ! Consul Talbot at the liuffalo meeting, I and the committee will submit a com.! plete report at the Chicago meeting.! In bis opening address to the convc n- lion Mr. Talbot expressed the hope that the head camp would contribute at least $200,000 for the completion of; the sanitarium buildings and other :mproveinents nccessiir. While giv-! ing his address, he Introduced a joungj man who 'had been cured of tiilx ri u Ionia at the sanitarium. After being discharged from the institution, the I young man was appointed olliclal pli - i lographer of the sanitarium and he of- ' fered views of the buildings, grounds, etc., for sale, and )y disposed of sev- eral thousand of them. Miners to. Be eliminated. I'pon recommendation of the law committee, the head camp decided to hereafter eliminate miners from the membership list. Prior to six years ago miners and other underground workmen were not admitted to mem- iiershlp on account of their hazardous J occupation. At the head camp session held in St. ) Paul, thp representatives In attenda ice j fiom some of the western states, undj particularly Colorado, made such a j hard light In the Interest of miners.' Mi.it It was decided to accept them as Insurance members. The - oilicials presented a statement I at the liuffalo meeting, showing that! the society lost considerably over; $1,0110,0(10 in the past three car!! through this class of risks, in suite ot the fact that miners paid an extra fee over and above their regular rate. The losses sustained by the society on district holding membership in the society, or by underground workers in account of miners in the Lake Supe rior mines in certain parts of the western country, wire not us heavy, oroportionately, as they were in the coal regions, but in order to not dis criminate against any particular part of the jurisdiction, It was decided to dibar miners entirely, though the membership of men now employed In the mines Will not be affected. It was decided to carry till the present miners DWELLING HOUSES AND FLATS FOR RENT. FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK. We Don't Care H But be in La THE FOURTH of July parade is always an event that interests everybody; but it's a passing inter est; in a few days, or even hours, we think about something else. The thing that 4th of July stands for, however, doesn't pass; it is a perpetual interest, and it knows no section or place; it's the same North, South, East and West; and it ought to be. You may think that patriotism and good clothes have nothing to do with each other; but the element of loyalty to one's country may be applied to the selling of gcod .clothes; and we're trying to ap ply it to our business. The right sort of patriot makes the country's interest his interest; the right sort of a business man makes his cus tomer's interest his interest. There are people who say that can't .be done in business; but that's because there's a general idea, very common, that your in terests as a buyer of clothes, and ours as sellers, are some how op posed; that we're trying to gain something that you lose. It's a great mistake; and we're proving daily how mistaken a view that is. Hart Schaffner 6c Marx clothes, for example; every time we sell a suit of these clothes we serve the best interests of the man who buys them, in a way that no other clothes made would doit. You pay a fair price for them; and we make a profit on them: the question of price and profit are less important to either of us than the question of value given and received. Hart Schaffner and Marx summer suits; cool, thin, dressy; perfectly tailored, of honest all-wool weaves, $20 and up. It's easy, with such a standard of quality to rneasurc by, to bring all our other goods to that standard. We do it in shirts, summer underwear, fine hosiery, neckwear; everything 10 wear; all bought and sold to protect your interests. lite Bostom Store This store is HECLAST., Wilson Bros. Shirts eeeeeee-eeeeeeeee i GET Dress i e:e I I POR i Fourth i 8 0'0'ock tihJsf ill pressing his Irocsensi Ewrgefcaught this way? Society SrnnO (Clothes I f V t V f f f y v v t ;a?.r.",S2 ' W"Y ftc cf8 1 q Wear enc of our stylish Stein-Dloch or Society Brand Suits. They're different from the ordinary clothes. Ccol unclerwesr, Neo'igeo Shirts, Straw Hats, Belts, Invisible Suspenders, Soft Collars. RALSTON AND STCTSON LINES IN TOWN. Eib Mms -(En. I CALUMET Z I holding Insurance membership indef initely, as it was considered that it would not be fair to ask them to with draw from tiie society. Take care of the tom..rrows; yestel das will take care of themselves. News vrnr.i r.da bring results. .THE OLSOM ESTATE FOmTORDUlinERTAKIHG SCOTT ST. CALUMET HICH TELEPHONE owlou Get There iiriiim on the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes J. J. ARNOVITS, Prop. LATJRIUM Douglass and Yale Shoes Stetson and Lonfcley Hats IN THE Parade V THE of July $ 1 y y y y y V 1 Patent iWJiiefliOrcxsr a:J l?cn time. OXFORDS, THE BEST I J HOUGHTON r : t I A. I : I i MULomoBiies TO RENT for all occasions. JOE BENARD, Phone North 1ST or f.aft. NORTH 41. the 4th.