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THE CALUMET NEWS. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 19n j DR. DIXON ANAlYZfS THE TEN-YEAR-OLD BOY TAKES NEEDS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN LOCAL BRIEF8. TRIP ON THE BLIND BAGGAGE Park & Tilford's Candies We have just added to our Candy case, Tark and Tilford'a candles becau.se of their Tuiity and Excellence. Try theni if you would like to give your 1'alute a now and most dtlightful ftnsatlon. T Vastbinder & Read Phnr. THE REXALL STORE. CASH IS A VERY SLIPPERY ARTICLE In the hands of the wage earner the temptation to spend it cominff from every side. To secure yoor cash and avoid temptation to spend it. place It on deposit at Our Saiugs Department where it will earn 3 per cent in terest. You may need cash badly some day save for it now. One Dollar opens the account. First National BankofLaurium Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits $35,000.00. Open every Saturday evening. SECRETARY OF STATE BOARD OF HEALTH ISSUES BULLETIN. FOR RENT . MODERN DWELLING IN RED JACKET. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. FAITCETT UIIOS. St tU'CK. Established 1892. Two Offices 106 Fifth fU., Faucett ninck. Calumet, IiHium. FALL EXCURSION VIA SOUTH SHORE. From CaJumet September f, 13. 15, 17. via, St. Ivnaee and D. C steam ers to IVtroit, 10.!X). Toledo. J11.00. Cleveland. $12.00. Jtuffalo. IU.50. He turn limit approximately three weeks. Apply early for stateroom reservation on steamer, 11 W. Dclf, agent. a-17 Violin? and mandolins at cost, bio IMano Co. closing out sale, ."th St.. Calumet. Ca 115 12 Cordwood t-foot Hardwood $5.00 16-inch Hardwood $5.25 MORRISON t ST ATE M Make a practice of f reading the Advertise- 1 f ments every evening in The Calumet News M There's money in them 38 YEARS IN BUSINESS The Merchants & Miners Bank Calumet, Mich. Capital $15o,ooo.oo Surplus and Undivided Profits, $210,000.00 Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Chst. BrlMr,Pref't Peter Rum. V.-Pres't -W.B. Ander,on. V.-Prcs't and MKT. Stephen fault. Cashier J. D. Jumts. As't Cashier An Account may be opened with One Dollar Minor Ailments Which Handicao Pu pits Can Be Corrected. Dr. Kobt-rt I Dixon, secretary of the state board of health, has Issued the following bulletin of interest to parents of school children: The school year ha Junt begun, and fmd parent are carefully selecting new outfit of clothe ho that their children may cotjpare favorably In appearance with their neighbor's chll dren. Rut why only see that their stock of clothes 1 complete? Clothes do not make the man. It la far more Impor tant to see that both mind and body are In the best condition possible for development. Many a child 1 forced backward to ward the foot of the class because of some minor ailment which might be easily corrected by proper treatment. Do nt neglect a child because he seems stupid. Then 1 the time that he need attention. Any child who I weak or doe not learn easily should be taken to a competent physician who can often find defects In the child, the correction of which will make the child strong and robust both mentally and physically. Our cities are fast coming to a real ization of tho fact that many of the children are backward, not because of lack of brains, but because their defective bodies do not supply the brain with enough good rich blood to develop properly. They hire reputable physicians whose duty It 1 to exam ine these children carefully, and, if any defect Is found, to take steps to have it removed. If a child Is unable to see proper ly It cannot be expected to learn its lessons. The concentration and ap plication necessary to accomplish this 1 Impossible. And yet one-third of the school children are found to puf fer from defective vision In various degrees. This Is a condition which is easily remedied in the majority of case by proper treatment. One of the common causes of back ward children are adenoid and ton flls. These are lymphatic growths in the throat which fill up the upper part of the V roat and render breathing through tho nose difficult or impos sible. Such a child ha a characteris tic fa rial expression and Is .known s a mouth breather. Not only is the face affected, but backwardness In the development of tlic entire system is also caused. These are readily re moved by a slight surgical operation. See that the child receives plenty of fresh air nnd exercise. The body nods plenty of systematic exercise In needs open air. A healthy body and a healthy brain go hand in hand and one seldom finds one without tho other. See that the child's study and sleep ing room are well ventilated so that it will not be poisoned by foul air. A healthy start In life meana health wealth and happiness in later years. See that the child lacks none of the opportunities for this development. If the child Is frail or does not learn readily, look for a cause. There are many minor aliments and defects, the correction of which may be the turn ing point In the life of your child. The best Is none too good for him. See that no stone Is left unturned In bringing the child to a healthy ma turity and you will be astonished at the results. A Home and Constancy of Purpose Will Win for any man. The greatest successes came from humble beginnings, but constancy of purpoac the laying oi!t of a .lan and then everlast ingly Kticklng tu it brought tho Inevitable pucess. Tho true Ameri can home has proven tho strongest bulwark nilnst failure in many man's career Ik-chuso It gave film n deflnito object for which to save and strive and furnished hlrn wlih an insight Into tho higher ideals that are so essential to progress and prosperity. Of course, a homo built of flimsy, shaky, knotty lumber probably wouldn't have' tho name Influence, but when built itli t!o kind of lumber, sash and doors and lrtcri'r trim we handle they arc truly nn Inspiration. If you're think ing of building we want ti tnV.t with you about this better material. "THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME." Armstrong-Tliiclman Lumber Co. HUB8ELL CALUMET HANCOCK What Makes This Barak Strong Capital S100.000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Profits $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 JS25.000.00 That amount stands between your deposit and any possible loan. Why not hav an account with us? That la what we ara hera for. and we'll scrre you faithfully and well. STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH. 1 LONG VISIT IN SWEDEN. Rev. K. Selin, Formerly of Calumet, Spent Three Months There. The Rev. K. Selln, pastor of the Marinette Swedish M. I', church, form erly pastor of the Calumet Swedish M. 1'.. has returned from a three months' visit to his former home In Sweden. He went to Europe on the Mnrltanla of the Cunnrd line and returned on the United States. His arrival at home was unannounced and when he appear ed at the parental home, his venerable father did not recognize him, as he hail been absent sixteen years. lie made trips through Sweden, Finland, and Norway, journeying to see rela tives of his parishioners, who greeted him rojally, aa the bearer of messages from loved ones ncross the ocean. The homeward voyage was a stormy one, which made the trip longer, tho party having been on the way two weeks. Rev. Selln was accompanied home by Mrs. Clara Westerholm, mother of Mrs. K. Selln, who had resided here for seven years with her daughter, return ing to Sweden a year ago. Ernest Oustafson of Sundsvall, Sweden, a rel ative of Charles Hongfcldt, 1128 Dag gett street, nlso returned with the Rev. K. Selln. with the intent of remaining here. During the evening services Sunday, the Rev. K. Selin will deliver the greetings from ncross the water to the numbers of his congregation. Mon day evening he will leave for Minneap olis In company with the District Sup erintendent, the Rev. John Anderson, and tho Rev. Otto Johnson, who sup plied during his absence, to attend the Northern Swedish conference, to be held in the First Church of that city. LADY CLERKS TO MEET. The regular monthly meeting of the Lady Clerk's Social club of Calumet will be held tomorrow evening at the Laurtiim bank hall. Special efforts are being made to get out n large at tendance and It is likely that plans will be made for a number of social events to bo conducted throughout the fall and winter season. The club now has about 160 members and as It was organized almost solely for social pur poses, It Is likely that a number of enjoyable event will l arranged. A daughter has been born to Mr, and Mrs, Jacob Hook, of Centennial mine. James Taylor, of Tamarack, has gone to Detroit to spend a couple of weeks. Herman Arnstam, of Vertln I'.ros siore, left yesterday for Chicago on business. Miss Nora Shea left yesterday for Nadeau, Mich., where she will teach school. Mrs. John Danlell left last night for Norway, Mich., ..where she will visit relatives. 1 J. Huber of Albion, lias returned from nn extended trip to Duluth nnd other points. Miss Kdith Fromhola left this morning for Jronwood. Mich, where she will visit. William Thomas left yesterday, af ternoon for Cornwall, to spend the winter visiting relatives. Mrs. Cray, matron at tho T. M. C. A. lormltorles. sneret Sunday with friends In Houghton and Hancock. W. V. Walker of Duluth, general freight agent . for the South Shore road, is In Calumet, today. Miss Hollo SvkUi of Ann Arbor is visiting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lanta of Sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ford have return ed from a honeymoon spent nt Mackl naw Island nnd other points. Rev. Axel Strom left yesterday for Minneapolis, where he will attend the Swedish M. E; .conference. Tommy .roarce, . of- Cornwall, and Ilobart Richards of Centennial were Houghton visitors yesterday. Mlss'rances fichnellor left yester day afternoon., .for Roston, Mass, where ihe will study . music. Joslah Williams of Marqquette Is visiting hero.. He has a contract to repair the Knauff hotel at Houghtoa Walter. Fanooo and Curtis Dunstan have returned from Minneapolis and St. Paul, where. t'luiy have been visiting. Miss Elizabeth Isaacson, the well known Fifth street milliner, has re turned from . a business trip to Chi cago. Miss Florence flary of Houghton. Is isltlng at the home of Mr. and Mrs. locking of1 Seventh street, Red Jacket. Miss Carrie Dunstan left yesterday for Menomonle, Wis., where she will nter the Stout Domestic Science school. John Koskl lias arrived In Calumet from the lilue.i Star mlno In Idaho. '..ocnl stockholders will, be pleased to learn that he reports the mine to be tn fine condition. Mrs. F. J. Muck and daughter of shpemlng have left for home after pending several weeks as guests at tho homo of Mr.;and Mrs. Fred Daniel- son of School street. Mrs. A.. CI. il-'reeman, of Liberty street, Raymbaultown, has returned from a month's visit to Chicago, ac companied by her daughter, Mrs. A. Hourbonnals, who will visit here. Tlev. Axel Strom, pastor of the Swedish M. E. church of Calumet will leav this week for Minneapolis, where he will attend he annual conference, which opens Thursday morning. The death occurred yesterday morn ing of the four-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Culic of Wol verine. The funeral took place this afternoon, with services at St. Anne's French church, and Interment in Dako James O'Neill, for the past eleven years in the employ of James Mellar dy, the Seventh street blacksmith, left jestcrday for Chicago, where ho will enter n veterinary college, with a view to becoming n veterinary surgeon. "Johnny" Mack in, formerly n cop per country basqball player, who is in the city scouting for the Western Canadian league i probably will make offers to Hogan of the Mohawk team and Renwlck of the Calumet team. E. C. Mltchcdl and 'Joseph Reed, general ngenta of the Ietrolt JJfe In surance company, In the northern part of the upior peninsula have de cided to establish two offices, one in I'turium in charge of Mr. Reed and the other at Houghton, in charge of Mr. Mitchell . TO GIVE DANCING PARTY. Club Inter-Se Will Entertain Evening of Sept. 22. Tho Club Inier-Se has made ar rangements to hold its first dancing party at the Light Guard Armory the evening of. Friday, September 22. . A C. & II. orchestra has been engaged, and tho club promises those who at tend a most enjoyable evening Dur ing the progress of the dance refresh ments will t)e served. The club will Introduce a new inno vation In dancing circles in this city, two Intermissions having been ar ranged for In the program, Instead of one, the prevailing rule. Thl will give dancers an opportunity to secure refreshments without tho pro verbial crush 'and rush and at the pame time give moro opportunity for rest during the progress of the pro gram. Director Rarnard will prepare a program of tw;enty-one dance num bers, many of them popular. Invita tions arc being mailed today. LITTLE GAY BOY HAS ATTACK OF WANDERLUST. Plymouth Rock Chicken Rides Calumet on Locomotive. Into Little John O'Neill, ten-year-old son of Andrew O'Neill of (lay,, became Imbued with wanderlust yesterday, and decided to go out Into th world. He left day In the morning on the Mineral Range nnd on reaching Mo hawk took a street car to Calumet. He then rode the blind baggage out of Calumet on the South Shore road and was not discovered by the con ductor until he had reached Raraga. Sheriff Dyers was notified of the finding of the boy, and an Investiga tion by tho railroad officials developed that the boy has n grandmother living on Eighth street, Rod Jacket, to whom ho was returned this morning. . He Is none tho worse for his exiwrlenco and will return to his homo today. - Hazardous Ride of Chicken. A Plymouth rock chicken orrlved In Calumet yesterday afternoon rid ing on the "eccentric collar" of the lo comotive. As this collar moves up and down as the locomotive Is oper ated, the sen -atlons of the. chicken can better tie imagined than described. The bird was port of a large con signment to a local merchant. It ar rived as far as Hancock In a crate nnd for some reason the car was opened at the Hancock depot, and the chicken which had escaped from Its coop, Hew out on the platform. There was a dash and a scramble for tho bird, but It eluded Its pursuers. As the time was up for the freight to proceed to Vrlumct, i.t was decided to pull out. On arrival at Calumet, the bird was dbVovered ;riding on the "eccentric collar' of the engine. SALOON IS BURGLARIZED. Three Men Arretted But the Evidence is Not Strong. The saloon of Gabriel Silva, of Pine ptreet, was entered either late Satur day night or early Sunday morning, through the basement and about twen ty bottles of whisky, seventy-five cents In cash, and three boxes of cigars stolen. Charles and William Crane, and A. Macliean were arrested early yester day morning, on suspicion of having ntercd the saloon, nnd will be given a hearing before Justice Jackola this evening. The officers have not suc- eeded In establishing a case that the men broke Into the saloon, and It Is robable that only a charge of petty ireeny will be preferred. NOW Right Now Is the Time to Look After Your W ants in for next winter, don delay, or you may be aorry, and it will cot money. Call at our etoree and we U how you why. (you mor 'Calumet-Phcno 999 - Houghton1 TWO DAMAGE SUITS. MIGHT AS WELL. "You wouldn't have your childhood back? Think of the happy days when mi went swimming' and fishing." "And the unhappy days when I had the measles and the mumps. No; I'll take life as It conies along." THE PENSION ROLL. In 1905 there were !!S,441 pensioners on the nils. In 1910 Hie number had Leon reduced, presumably by death, to 21.0S3. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy during our late bereavement caused by the death of my dear hus band. Kspeclally would we thank the Rev. C. I. Adams aud the choir of tho Calumet M. 12. ehiirch. The Odd Fel lows, Rechahltes, Miners from Red Jacket shaft and all those who sent the beautiful flowers, as tokens of their sympathy. Their klndnens will ever be remembered by um all. 11 Mrs. William Henry Cl.lnn and Family. Hear David Rtephnm sing "Danny Deever," Calumet Opera House, Oc- ober 11. Ausplced by the Calumet Woman's club. tf Good organs at J.10, $12. $18 and $22. Pay by the month. Cable Piano Co. 'losing out sale, 115 5th St., Calu met. 12 Hear the Scotch Twiddle Dougla. Robertson at tho People's Theater to night sing the $10,000 song, "If I Forget," nnd Harry Iiuder's Scotch song "I Love a Iassle.". -11 One flat top desk nnd one plate glass show case for sale cheap. Also large tungsten lights, chairs, etc. Cable Piano Co., Closing out sale, 115 5th St.. Calumet. 12 Hear the Scotch Laddie Dougl.u Robertson at tho People's Theater to night sing tho $10,000 song, "If I Forget," and Harry Ijnuder'a Scotch song "I Iove n Tassle.". -11 ri in j . !. thing. Cnble 1 Classified ads brfng results, jtaic, us tth st. One half of our big stock sold al ready. The quality of the goods and the remarkably low prices Is bringing the business. Rasy terms on every thing. Cable Piano Co., Closing out 12 A New Show vr THE IB) m Stanley's Trained Goats Muriel Wheeler Singing and Dancing Soubrette ALL HEW PICTURES Admission, -. 10 cents Children, - 5 cents Cases Against Tamarack Mining Co. in Circuit Court. The case of Mrs. Orace K. Andrews, administratrix of the Andrews estate, crsus.the Tamarack Mining company, for damages for the loss of her hus- and, who was killed In tho Tamarack mine In 1896, will be re-tried in the present term of circuit court. The case was first tried In the circuit court In 1896, the verdict being In favor of Mrs. Andrews. Tho case was then takervjto tho supreme court and was reversed and ordered back for a new trial. Tho case' has lain dormant lnco 1S9B. Attorney Angus Kerr wil conduct' the second trial for tho plaintiff. Another damage gult to bo tried la circuit court Is that of Dan Cuslck ver bus the Tamarack Mining company. Mr. Cuslck is auing the company for damages sustained through an acel-i dent while at work on surface at tho. North Tamarack branch of the mine about three years ago. He has been In capacitated Rlnce that time. Attorney A. W. Kerr will handle the case fop hlni. ." , ' t t ? f ? ? ? Y t f ? ? Y ? Y ? ?. ?' ? t We have had printed a supply of Michigan flame Iiws which we will be pleased to give free to any one Interested in hunting or fishing. We always have a very large stock of duns. Ri fles and Ammunition In all sizes. peckonen Hlardware (To. 'Phone 163 M u Calumet, Midi. t ? ? ? v ? v f y ? O t y y t y y y y y y y EVENTUALLY you will need a supply of fuel, and then it may be too late. - It's better to be on the safe side and get it NOW EDWARD ULSETH CALUMET yarda at TAMARACK, COPPER CITY. Now is the Time To Investigate and decide what -,heatlng .stoycj.s, best xulaptcd to moot your requirements. Wo would suggest, however that you nte in particular tho merits of tho RA DIANT an SPLENDID STEWARTS the most jHipular nnd generally sat isfactory heaters on tho market, com bining to the highest degree tho virtues of utility,' economy and beauty. We want our customers to have the best, that' why we soil Stewart Stoves and Ranges. '.ti. ;J;ltU JIXX'I ALL FULLY WARRANTED. Carlton Hardware -Co.