FRIDAY JUNE 30, .1911.
thjl: calumet news.
If it isn't an "EASTMAN"
it isn't a KODAK
There isn't any "Just as good
VASTB1NDER& READ, :j
.Kdits I" K A ST MAN KU.KS
COK. OAK AND FIFTH STREETS
The Best and Safest Investment
For the man or woman of ordinary means i
a SAVINGS ACCOUNT at our SAVINGS DE
. .PARTMENT, which earns three per cent com
"The Cest" because the rate of Interest it
the Highest consistent with safety.
"T'e Safest'' because there's nothing specu
lative about it the money being constantly
secured by our capital, surplus and stockhold
ers' liabil'ty, amounting tt, over $225,000.
We solicit your banking business and $1 00
w'll open an account.
First National Bank of Laurium
OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING
EXHIDIT FAMOUS PAINTING.
,1. (Ill's II
t i.Hi." at
1i' in ir-;
l. tt 1.
ROCKLAND SLUCGERS WIN.
of .irt art- lunUinn forward Tin- KocMand Slusycrs defeated the
i,.t t tin- exhibition 'i' l.iiii-! (";i,,,nii.i 1 1 i I team by the score of
ii.tis paiitdnu. "Tlif riK-iti.'- j t,, , in intcnUm; baseball
the i : !;! Ul.M'k sl 'ir, in- j -;,u. pi.iscil ctcrday. The line-up
July . Soire ill. a of tli : , . f the singers includes, Sain Ioma.
tlu- paintim; may In- "Malned 1 catcher: j,. Tru itki ra k, i t her; llanx
is Mated that it i. a-u ri s '-'I ,.,Uie, int baseman: Marry YoMe, se
t. s.iiati- iiM-li. an.l j , ,,,1,1 iiayriiian : Kusm II Jam !, third
al ! of j;.'.'""'. or o. r fo'ir , ,., s, Williams short stop; H.
. r i-.j i m i v nu ll. j , in,., Walter i 'liillips and William
I I- rankniil. fielders.
FAUCETT DROS. i GUCK.
Sheep's Milk In Demand.
Sheep's milk to the amount cf 42.
207.000 (jiiarts wns consumed In
Franco last year In making Roquefort
38 YliAKS IN 1SUSINUSS
The Merchants & Miners Bank
Surplus and Undivided Profits,
Stockholders' Liability - -
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Cr. Ilriiu. Pres't Peter Wurrr. V.-I'res'l W.lt. AnJrroit, V.-1'res't and Mgr.
Mtr-hcn I'aull. Calnrr J. I. Jmc, As't Cashier
An Account may be opened with One Dollar
of business sucte&s is furnish
ing good material to customers.
Henco our good fortune in the
lumber industry. From forest,
to factory to our yard is a
"traight string of cutting out
and delivering knot free, care
fully seasoned and carefully
handled and stored lumber,
Prices as we keep them down
add to our selling success.
Armstrong-Thiclman Lumber Co.
LINE OF MARCH FOR THE
FOl'RTII OF JULY PARADE
MAPPED OUT FOR
IN RED JACKET.
Fireworks Will be Shot Off in Vicinity
of Copper Range Yards.
The commit It e In charge of Kcd
Jat kt t'n Fourth nf July celebration has
ullincd the 1 1 iif nniuivli for the pa
The .irade will form at !':30 n. tn
outside the i:d Jacket townhall. and
will proceed on Dim to Seventh street.
thru south to Scott street and trav
ersing KlKhth strtvt to 1'ine street:
east on Pine to Fifth ami down the
whole length of Fifth to the Red Jack
et road, to Mine street and down Cal
umet avenue as far as the Calumet M.
10. hurt h where a turn will he made.
Kttuminir by way of Calumet avenue
:nd IJed Jacket road the parade will
inocted down Sixth street to the Hed
.laiktt townhall, where the exercises
of the day will be held.
The location for the fireworks dis
play lias been decided upon. The ex
hibit will take place in the vicinity of
the Copper Kane railroad yard.s where
there will be no danger to property
and all will have a chance to see.
Clerk KHis,. of Hed Jacket, who is
.secretary of the executive committee,
state that all entries for the hammer
and drill contest must be In his hands
iuH latr than 7 o'clock tomorrow
evening, in order that drawing for
pi. ccs may be proceeded with. The
stone to b used Is of solid granite und
i,7 inches In depth, u In i In an up
The juvenile sportn.for the Fourth
will be held on the various streets
during tiie afternoon, the majority on
Fifth street, as in former ears. The
sports' committee will make a report
First Game of the Twilight Baseball
The first Kami- i f the Twilight Hase
ball league schedule was played on
Wednesday evening, when the C. & II.
I'h Iks and l.'let tri ians defeated the
C. ,V II. Machinists, the final score tie-in-
S to .V It was a very interesting
The second game In the jieries will
he played at 6:30 this evening when
the Y. M. C. A. and the tlaek"nlth
te;mis meet. itoth have strung line
ups ami there Is onsidcrablt: rivalry
over the outcome.
The league is self -susta in ing. each
player contributing a certain amount
toward its maintenance.
STAR THEATER TO OPEN.
What Makes This
Stockholders Liability . 100,000.00
3?S,0O9f9 That amount Mauds between your deposit and any
tKaihle loas. j , mil" i A4kV
Whr not have an account with tin? That Is what we are here
for, and we'll nerve you faithfully and well.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Fine Pronram Prepared for
Tonight is the date pet for the grand
opening of the Star theater of Fifth
street. A fine program of mov
ing pictures has been secur
ed Including. "Lady Clare." "The
Minor Chord." "Pud Nevln' Had
Man," and one extra j-eel. The pro
gram will aho include an Illustrated
The new theater is centrally located
and presents a very artistic nppear-
ince, with It's white Illuminated front
and artistic Interior. The new prop
rietors expect the venture will be
very succcs.- f ul.
Mtsa Clar )!itt-n has gone to Fre
mont, tola tAt S visit.
Altoinev IT. A. Mt'.Vally left jester
day ft I Chicago on husinehH.
Mls.s Anna ll.ding hit yesterday for
Traltle tin CI. I t, WH.. to visit.
Mrs. H. C. Jotm left yestenlay for
rhllaleldilrt whtr. h will visit.
Mlsa Antonio Sttf inir, who has been
lsiting In Lansing, has returnetl
Henry Thomas of Calumet left yes
terday for Victor. Colorado where he
A daughter ha been born to Mr. and
Mra. Charles Sirola of Third ttreet,
A son has been born to Mr. and
Mrs. Feter M1svleo of Laurium street.
C. & II. location.
Airs. W. II. C tlycnt of Osoct-la has
left for London, out., where she will
l:;t f r sevtra: weeks.
William 10. I'arnall if New York
cltv. formerly superintendent of the
Tamarack mine Is in Calumet.
Mrs. Hlnchman of Indianapolis haa
left lor her heme after vislUnj; liei
tiaughter, Airs. iV. S. I'adilock tit' Cal
L. V. l'owell of lUsbee, Ariz., for
merly vice president of the C. tVt A.
and other properties, la in Calumet on
Messrs. C. 1. Hanhore and V. J. Rey
nolds will give hhort talks thla even
ing at the Y. M. C. A. on poultry rais
ing. The meeting Is often to Lie pub
The funeral of the late Mrs. William
Joll took piate ihia afternoon with
ei rv it ea "at the Keai barge Al. 10.
mirt h, ami intt iiut tit In Lake N lew
tint leo .
Airs. Oscar I'.cck and two children
ul TatKiui, W.ish., arrived laie yes-
tiitlay, and wiil visit with Special l'o-
Ike. otllcer August lleck and wile ou
(ockhtlltl Mi t el.
J. Alilton Mishltr, secretary of tilt
Uth 1 nnsylvaiiia Veterant has Kit
or his home In rhilatitlfdna alter vis
iting- with John 11. Vivian ot Fine
tteet, un o!il totnrade, lor Bevtral
Village emdots of Ked Jacket have
disioveied a leak In the dam water
sstcm tn oak street, between Filth
and Sixth uud are repairing It. It Is
likely that the Job will he .coinpleteU
this evening. .
Ktv. Casiiuil Kowalski. son uf the
tt Antou Kovxalskl, who nut his
a Hi In it;i acudent at the C. & II.
mine recently . ami wim was recenu
lained to tM prieHtlmod will preach
his lirst sermon at the St. Anthony's
'oli:-h thurch Sunday afternoon.
Misses Stella and Zalda Cain of
John Mukalu ordered by Ju-t'ce
ackola to leave town jesterday infirn-
Ing, nfter being found guilty of asaault
and battery, turned up at his did
haunts yesterday afternoon, and Alar-
hal Trudell arrested him a,seeonJ
time. loiter he was taken to Hough
ton to serve twenty days, the ah.erna-
tlve imposed by the court.
Seventh street. Red Jacket, and Miss
iAIay Alurray have left for Chicago
where the Misses Zalda Cain and Alur
ray will enter a big millinery estab
lishment. After neiidtng a few weeks
in Chicago. Aliss Stella Cain will re
MUSICAL TREAT 108 COPPER
CITY RESIDENTS JULY 8TII
EDWARD ULSETH ENCAGES C. &
H. BAND FOR CONCERT.
Special Train Will Be Run From Cal
umet in Evening for Event.
Through the generosity of Fdwaitl
IMseth. Copper City Is to he treated
to a tli st-t lass mush itl event a week
from tomorrow evening, when the
Calumet & Jlecla hand, weather per
mitting, will give na open-air concert
there Idrector Seorge !. llarnard Is
preparing un excellent program for Lie
Arrangements liave been made . to
run n special train out of Calumet
over the Keweenaw t entrai. leaving
the Ited Jacket Copper Range depot at
7 o'clock, and returning after the con
ft will be ihc first visit T the C &
II. band to Copper City, and the resi
dents, numbering more than one thou
sand will turn one en masse to hear It.
In addition it is expected that 'Hun
dred of petiple also will attend from
Clilumet. Atohr.wk, Alhuiez, Ahiucc4i
and other points.
Mr. I'lseth states tin his sole pur
pose in engaging the band Is to give
Copper City a musical fnl. That
his action will be appreciated, goes
Mr. ITI.-cth platted the village of
Copper City a little more than two
jears ngo, erected every hulh'lng there,
and under his pupervl.-don the town
has grown to one of the most thriv
ing in Calumet township.
cleaned at least once a year. All furs given us for storage are ,f
morougnty cleaned and beaten by our new
Electric Cleaning Machine
and insured against loss or damage by fire or moths at 2 per
cent and 3 per cent of th. value. J tlilg;
ARE HIKING TO CALUMET.
Ishpeming Y. M. C. A. Members Com
ing to This City.
Sometime tomorrow afternoon, it Is
expected three members of the Wes
ton club tif the Ishpeming Y. M. C A.
will arrive in this city, bringing to a
close their hike of about Sr. miles.
commenced at fi o'clock yesterday-
morning. The Calumet Y. M. C. A. Is
their objective point and when they
arrive litre they will take a, cold
plunge in the "g m" tank and then
disperse to visit with their friends
until after the Fourth. Although Un
original party consisted of almost a
dozen members, only three are making
the trip. Howard Johns, Len Williams
and W. II. Norman.
Usi evening the party had traveled
as far as Nestoria. a distance of al
most 3"i miles, by mad. and this even
ing they expect to reach Keweenaw
I lav, perhaps further. From there.
their trip to Calumet tomorrow should
be comparatively easy.
Miss Lena Harvey Becomes Bride of
Joseph H. Odgers.
The wedding of MU Icna Harvey.
daughter of Air. and Airs. Vivian Har
vey of Tamarack and Joseph II. Od
grs. was poleninlzed last-evening at
the home of the bride's parents. Rev.
AlcCune. pastor of the Tamarack AL
K. church ofllclatlng. The Harvey
home was beautifully decorated for
the occasion., the color scheme tieing
green and white.
The bride was attired In a becoming
A HOPEFUL MESSAGE TO SCALP
SUFFERERS AND MEN WHO'S
HAIR IS THINNING
Dandruff now bald later. The same
Is true of scalp diseases. In fact bald
ness Is a scalp di. -tea sc. The trouble
with the greasy salves and lotions,
the so-called dandruff and acalp cures
;ou have tried so far Is that they tlon't
do anything but temporarily relieve the
Itching and cake the dandruff no It
doesn't fall until Its dried out again.
.Nothing- can cure really cure uch
troubles but a real scalp medicine that
will kill the germs causing dandruff
and scalp disease.
learning from leading fellow drug
gists throughout America that they had
found a whirlwind cure for dandruff,
ezema and all diseases of the skin and
scalp the Fngle l)rug Store nnd I'iur
lum Pharmacy on proving to the la
boratories compounding the treatment
that it Is the most prominent drug
store In this city secured the agency
for the remedy. This remedy Is ZK.MH,
the clean, lliild preparation, that kills
the genu of disease and ZF.MO SOAP
to wash the sculp or skin clear and
clean of the 'dandruff or scale and by
its antiseptic qualities aootho und
Sold and guaranteed by druggists
everywhere and In Calumet by Fagle
Drug Store; In Laurium by Iaurlum
AND LAKE LINDEN
Received Cacti Day
15c A QUART
Use. Your Phone
A. BAHSAIITI & COMP'Y
Andrea Borne of South Shore
Andres Hern", special immigration
agent of the South Shore road left last
evening for Duluth after spending a
Fhort time In Calumet. Air. Heme
states that Immigration business Is es
pecially good thla season. Kuropear.
travel will be directed almost entirely
towards America, from now on. He
states that most of the Immigrants
mining Into this country are going to
the western states and that many of
them finally locate In Canada, lie
sas that while the copper country
received a large number of immigrants
a few years ago, this influxes not a?
noTtceable now. He feels confident
i, H,."lMu emotion will soon
come back to Its own and claim
large share of the Immigrant busl
pess. The Fppcr Peninsula Develop
ment Rureait should be a prominent
factor In drawing attention to the won
deiTul fertility of the soil here and In
attracting homeseekers. Is the opinion
of Air I Seme. Already the activity of
thla Kectlon baa attracted considerable
attention In the outside world.
Tn ai,Mivvii,,- iho tin m Itrrant busi
ness Air. ISerne potmen om hup r
r;.n into which 'many fall. Years ago
the siM clal a'lcn tax was tl k r head,
oiwi t avoid confusion, most or tin:
steamship companies added that urn
omit to. 'the regular fare and collected
11 with the passage money. The same
was the case when the tax was raised
to J2. hut when It was Increased ti $4
about three years ago. the old custom
was discontinued, the transportation
money only being collected. Many un
scrupulous steamship agents now take
advantage of the unsophisticated, how
evr. nnd Mil! collect this special tax
i- ..a. .., n their action Is
without tho official sanction, the Im
migrant finds It necessary to pay this
tax a second time. The Imposture Is
....... ,ii. !!,,, it to Hetrct and is still
' i "... -
nrnct Iced In many F.uropean countries
according to Air. Heme.
I m m
'jCalumet-Phcne 999 - Houghton!
gown tif wnlttt ami carried white brid
al roses. She was attended by Allss
l illlau i. polkinghorne, who ulso wore
white und carried h hotuiui t of rosea.
The ;rooni was supported by William
II. Hicks. Supper was .-crved in the.
dining room of the home, ufter which
an Informal reception was held. Air.
and Airs. Odgers will make their home
on Klevcnth street, Yellow Jacket.
WEDDING AT TAMARACK.
Calumet People Mutt Recognize and
Kidney ills come quietly myster
Rut nature always warns you.
Notice the kidney secretions.
See If the color Is unhealthy
If there are settlings and sediment,
Passages frequent, scanty, painful.
lt'a time then to use Doan'a Kidney
To ward off Rrlght'a disease or dia
Doan'a have done great work in thl3
Airs. Charles AfacoVan, 138 Amygda
loid t.. I,aurlum. Mich., says: "We
have used Doan'a Kidney Pills In our
family for aTong time whenever we
hive Buffered from backache or other
symptoms of kidney complaint, and
the best of results have always been
received. Years ago, when 1 was suf
ferlng from pains over my kidneys und
a weakness through my loins, I used
Doan'a Kidney Pills and they made me
For sale bv all dealers. Trice t0
cents. Foster-Mllbum Co., Huffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name iDoan'a and
take no other.
TAMARACK BOY DIES.
The death took place last evening
of Louts, the nine-year-old son of Air.
ami Airs. Louis ttu.voda of Thorn
street. Tamarack, after a lingering Ill
ness. 'A severe attack of racuniat ism
was the cause. The funeral will like
ly take Jace Sunday iiflernooii with
services at St. Josephs Slovenian
church, Rev. Fr. Klopcic olllelutlng.
ANNUAL MEETING JULY 10.
The annual meeting of tbe Calumet
township school board will be held on
July 10 at the Washington scIum-i
building. Reports will be received
from Secretary J. Wesley Diuiihijr
and from Treasurer 10. W. Johnson and
appropriations will be made fur fin
ensuing year. It Is not believed either
President AI. Al. Morrison or Treasurer
K. W. Johnson will be opposed fur re
election. , ,
Whenever you hear a man boaMIng
Ihat he has horse nense It Is safe
to write him down an ass.
Ask for a Nestor Cigar. They say
they are fine. a jUJ
Rubbers Hose isn't a cjood tinny to
experiment with. It requires more than
good optics to tell the difference be
tween the kind that's made of c.vt-off
rubber boots and the brands that have
rjcod stuff in them. We have found out
all that by exporience and you may de
pend on the hose you buy of us as be
ing the best price will buy.
Heckonen Hlardware (To.
U vs. Fifth Ireof J U rnfiimrt. Mirh.
Fifth Street u Calumet, Mich.
The Bugs are Lively
POTATO BUGS ARE USUALLY ACTIVE AND HUNGRY
THIS YEAR. BETTER FEED THEM SOME OF OUR
IT IS SURE DEATH TO ALL BUGS. SOLD IN W- Vz
AND 51b. PACKAGES.
START EARLY CLOSING.
that the rtoreH
nFireed to the usual early closing nr
rnnnemetit which will be In effect
thronclHiut the months of July, Auk
ust and September. The stores will
i b.se tin Wednesday evening for f.ie
flrt tlme and the agreement provide
that they remain closed each evening
In the wick except Alonday and Saturday.
Smoke a Nestor Oprnr,
HURRY HOW! '
Don't let the summer pass with
out a photo of .your home and fam
ily. W make a speciality of in.
side and outside home work for
The Electric Sludlo
312 A Fifth Street.
' fZ&Uf& jfkCk:. Life i. too .hort to uM
Did you ever stop to
consider the luor you
would aave by putting in-
II 0f your effort in un
The expense of one ef our Hay Carriers and Track, with full
equipment, can be saved in one harvest.
Our stock of Haying Tools and seasonable good i eompW
Buy now while the assortment is at its best.
Carlton Hardware Co,
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