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THE CALUMET NEWS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 19U "SPICY" SPICES It not enough that spices shall bo Pure they must bo of tho highest totality If you are to get th rich, pungent Haver so much !. Hit a by acoompltsdicd cooks. Wo have tho Quality kind. Curry Powder Celery S i J Coriander S.-ed Mustard Seed lill Seed Cloves Red Peppers Hay Leaves Turmeric Mace Closer Thymo Wo have thorn nil. Vastbinder & Read Phnr. THE REXALL STORE. CASH IS A VERY SLIPPERY ARTICLE In the hands of the wage earner tho temptation to spend It coming from every side. To .secure your, cash ar.l avoid temptation to spend It, place It on deposit at Our Savings iHpurtmcnt where it will earn 3 per cent in terest. Yoir may need cn$h badly some day save for it now. One iK.llar r'i'w tho account. First National BankofLaurium Capital $100,000X0. Surplus and Profits $25,000.00. Open every Saturday evening. FOR RENT . MODERN DWELLING IN RED JACKET. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. FAFCKTT PROS. & CVCK Established 1892. Two Ofhcts lOfl Fifth St., Faucett Plnek, Calumet, Lnurlum. FALL EXCURSION VIA SOUTH SHORE. From Culumet September 8, 13, 13, 17, via St. Ignace and I"). & C steam ers to IVtn.lt, $10.50 Toledo, J11.00. Cleveland, $12.00. lUiffalo. $13.50. 1 Up turn limit approximately threo weeks. Apply early for stateroom reservation on steamer, R W. Delf, agent. s-17 Violins and mandolins nt cost. Ca ble l'iano Co. closing out sale. 113 r.th St.. Calumet. 12 ft FAFCKTT PROS. & OUCK. X M Make a practice of J? m reading the Advertise- 1 fvNvv-yN,V5755i-vvs, m ments every evening tn m i i 1 1 i The Calumet News M Cordwood I The" mon,y " ,h,m J for you. g t-foot Hardwood $5.00 I J 16-inch Hardwood $5.25 MORRISON ESTATE SemS YEARS in business The Merchants & Miners Bank Calumit, Mich. Capital - $15o,ooo.oo Surplus and Undivided Profits, $210,000.00 Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Cha. Hriuzt, Pre't Pc-terBuppe. V.-Pres't 'W.B, Anderson. V.Pres't and Mgr. fetephrn Pull. Chlr J. I). J.mes. Ass't Cashier An Account may be opened with One Dollar A Home and Constancy of Purpose Will Win for any man. The greatest successes enme from humble beginnings, but constancy of purpose the laying out of a plan and then everlast ingly sticking1 Id it brought the inevitable tureen. The true Ameri can home has proven the strongest bulwark against failure In many a man's carter because It nave him a definite object for which to nave and strive und furnished Mm with fin insight Into tho lilwhcr ideala that ate so essential to progress and prosperity. Of course, s, borne built of llimsy, Ph.iky, knotty lumber probably wouldn't have the sumo influence, but : .1 built with t'i kind of lumber, sash and doors and Interior trim v. kindle they are truly an Inspiration. If you'ro think ing of building we want to talk with you about this better material. "THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME." Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBQELL CALUMET HANCOCK What Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Profits $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 J325.o00.0i) That amount stand between your deposit and any ponwlbta lota. Why not hav an areount with, us? That Is what wa art hera fcr. and we'll serve yon faithfully and well. STATE SAYINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH. Alii INSPECTORS Will BE INVITED FEDERAL BUREAU TO CONDUCT AN IMPORTANT DEMONSTRA TION OF MINE RESCUE WORK IN PITTSBURGH. Mine Inffpeetors In the upper penin sula will be Invited by the federal bu reau f.f mines to attend the national mine safety demonstration to be held at Pittsburgh Oct. 26 and 27. President Tart la to attend the meet lag and he will deliver nn add reus, presenting1 souvenir prizes to miners taking- part in rescue work. A number of other noted men, among them Wal ter L. Fidier. secretary of the Inter ior; Governor Tenner of Pennsylvania. and Or. Joseph A. Holmes, director of the bureau of mines, will be in attend ance. H. M. Wilson, nn engineer affil iated with the bureau of mines. Is in charge of the general arrangements for the demonstration. The purpose of the demonstration Is to teach greater safety in mining. The exhibition will begin the morninc of the 26th. It will take place nt the ex periment station at Fortieth and Put ler streets. The work the first day will be of Interest chiefly to mine operators, mine owners, mining engineers and superintendents. There will be an ex plosion of coal dust, and there will be experiments with gas. Miners trained In the use of oxygen helmets will take part. The afternoon of the 2Cth there will be a mine explosion in the experimen tal mine r.f the bureau at Pruceton, Pa., twelve miles from Pittsburgh. Coal dust will be allowed to accumu late ana Mack powder will be used As black powder Is considered one of the most dangerous explosives, an ef io-t will be made to show that it should not be used in the mines, lie sides conducting the explosion then will be demonstrations to show some of the other causes which lead to dis asters In collerics. I lie morning of the 27th a demon stration that will be witnessed by the president will take place in Forbes field. A temporary steel gallery will be erected and a coal dust explosion will be given. Following the explosion members of nn( of the rescue corps of the bureau will go into the smoke-filled and gas-charged gallery and, wearln oxyprcn helmets, will perform the work of rescue, taking out the supposed vic tims. In attendance at the demonstration win no expert rescue crews from the principal coal mines of Pennsylvania nr.d Illinois, who will perform various feats to show how rescue work can be carried on to the best advantage. Fol lowing the experiments there will be a parade of nil the miners and after the street parade there will be a mar ine procession in honor of Hie centen ary of the beginning of si earn naviga tion on the Ohir. river. It Is expected that the demonstra tion will be witnessed by thousands of miners from various parts of the coun try and the attendance will be espe cially large from the coal roirlon nt Pennsylvania and other Eastern cities. TOWNSHIP BOARD HEEDS THE REQUEST MADE BY FARMERS WILL BUILD EXTENSION FROM CENTENNIAL HEIGHTS ROAD. Grievances Growing Out of Alleged Trespassing are Settled. A special meeting of the Calumet township board was held this morning for the purpose of taking up alleged grievances of certain farmers against tho Calumet Township board In ties passing on their property through the building of. the new road from Coppe City to the Trup Hock Hivcr. One farmer, in particular, John' Dol- ky, who owns a farm about a quarter of a mile from Copper City, claimed that the proposed new road will run right through his farm, and would work a hardship on him. In that he would lose eighteen feet of land through tho construction of the new road. After considerable discussion tho. matter mas adjusted satisfactorily to both Mr. Dolky and the township board. Two farmers residing in Section on tho Keweenaw county border line appeared before the board this morn ing, and asked for a iuarter-mlle ex tension to th new road that is being built north of Centennial Heights in tap their farms. It was pointed out In the petition that if the quarter mile uddiional road is built, nine farmers in that section would be benefitted. The board decided to accede to the petition. and will build the extra quarter of a mile of new road by day labor. f vf t'r V LOCAL BRIEFS. T 4 j 4 i. MEET THURSDAY EVENING. Mehmbers of Poultry Association Will Hoar Interesting Paper. "Poultry House Construction" Is to be the subject of a paper to be read by C. I. p.ashore, secretary-treasurer of the U. P. Poultry nssoelallnn at the regular meeting of the associa tion Thursday evening in the Y. M. C. A. Hssemly room. A call has been issued for every member who can possibly do so to at tend. In addition to the reading of the paper, other matters of Importance, particularly concerning the first exhi bition to be held In January in the Iaurlum town hall, will be discussed. The committee responsible for the ad vertisements that will appear in the catalogue Is ready to report, and it Is known that the members have met with excellent success. The first exhibition, Judging from tho present outlook, has nil the ear marks of success. A lanre entrv Is promised, and with local members en thused beyond the ordinary, the firpt show Is going to be n winner. There nre several new names to be proposed for membership at Thursday night' meeting. Hear the Scotch Twiddle) Douglas Robertson nt the people's Theater to night sing the $10,000 song, "If I Forget," and Harry Lauder's Scotch song "I Love n Lassie." -12 One flat top desk and one plate glass show case for sale cheap. Also large tungsten lights, chairs, etc. Cal.Io Piano Co., Closing out sale, 115 r.th St.. Calumet. 12 5c 1 Everything Fresh TODAY Fancy Michigan Peaches,. Basket. Big Wolf River Apples best in land. Fresh L. L. Com. Finest Crabapples. Delaware Grapes. 15c Basket. Cauliflower, 8uporfine. Start your preserving and pick ling now. While our big stock is Fresh. USE YOUR PHONE. A. DARSANTI & CO, Phone 437, Laurium. mm J) Fml Chlnn, of Olobe, Ariz., Is visit Ing here. Hiehard II. Pearce left last night for Lead City, S. I. Nelson ltelanger nnd wife have gone to Detroit to visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell have gone to Republic to visit. Alexander Hashklgh has gone to the Porcupine mining district. A son has been Iwirn to Mr. and Mrs. J. Mastictch, of Red Jacket. (eorge Putler has gone to Puluth, where ho likely will locate. Mrs. William Downey nnd four ehil dren have gone to Detroit. Mrs. T. M. Penbeiihy is In Detroit visiting relatives and friends. A son was born yesterday to Mr, nnd Mm. Frank Jan ten of Copper City Frederick Nysstl will leave the latter part of the week for Salt I-ike City, Utah. Louis J. Prann, of South Range has returned home, after visiting Calumet friends. William Nortis left yesterday for firand Rapids and other cities for a two weeks' visit.1 Mrs. Elizabeth Frickson has return ed from Freda, 'where Mie spent the past eight weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Argall, of Isbpemlng, have' returned home after a week's visit In Calumet. Miss Kssle McClure, of Seventh street, left yesterday for Warren, O., where she will study music. Thomas II. Rule, manager of the Calumet Store company, left yesterday for Milwaukee nn business. R, W. Kd. wards arrived home XhU morning on the Tionesta from St. Paul where he spent a short vacation. Clayton Kohlhaas, of Ishpemlng, for merly of this city, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kohl-lir.as. J. P. Selden, pon of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Selden of the First National bank, left yesterday afternoon for N'ew York. Mr. and Mrs. James Dunrtan of Dol- lar Pay have been visiting with Capt. and Mrs. William Daniells on wrst Pine street. Ooorge McClure. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jr. meg McClure, will leave the latter part of the month for Ann Arbor where he will enter the IT. of M. Miss Lizzie Petr.ler of Oak street. has returned from Detroit, where she has been spending the past three months visiting with friends. Special Tollce Ofllcer August Peck, of the C. & H. staff, has returned from a visit to western Canada. Mr. Peck states that the Canadian northwest Is booming. Arthur T. Grlbhle has resigned hla position nt the Tamarack mlno office, to become effective the middle of the present month. Mr. urlbble expects to leavo Calumet. The funeral of the eighteen-year-old daughter of Mike Svetlch, took place yesterday afternoon, with services nt St. Joseph's Slovenian church, nnd In terment In Lake View cemetery. Rev. D. ).. Stalker, pastor of the First Presbyterian church and Rev. Casanova leavo today for Ishpemlng, where they will attend the Presbytery mooting. Rev. Casanova will bo or dained tomorrow. John N. Vivian of Pine, street, nc companled by his two daughters, left yesterday for Oettysburg, Pa., where he will attend a reunion of the veter ans of that battle. Mr. Vivian was a member of the Fifty-first Pennsylva nia nnd expects to meet many old comrades. Although he lias been blind many years. Mr. Vivian enjoys good health and looks forward to the coming gathering with Interest. PARCELS POST TAG NECESSARY ALL PACKAGES SENT TO POINTS IN GREAT BRITAIN MUST HAVE TAG AND PROP ER POSTAGE. It behooves all local residents send ing parcels to Oreat Pritaln via the parcels post route to sea to It that the parcels are supplied with putllclent postage at the rate of twelve cents per pound nnd that the parcels' post tag Is attached, also the name und address of the sender, otherwise the parcel will never reach its destination. t'nelo Sam has on disposal In all of its postolflces, the regulation par cels' post tag, and without it.he par cel is withheld. If the tag lias been omitted, but the name and address of the sender is on the parcel. It will be shipped back to the consignee so the mistake can bo rectified. ' Inquiry at the local postofflce, nhows that on several occasions, tho neces sary postage has not been affixed, nnd the officials have on several occa sions, placed one or more stamps on at their own expense, rather than have the package miscarry. As the name of the sender was not on these packages, there was no means of col- lcctlnjr the extra postage. If no word ever reaches the sender of the disposition of tho r-ircel Rent it Is because the sender forgot the in violable rule that guides transactions between the United States nnd the postolflces of John Pull, that nil mer chandise must have attached to It n parcel post manila tag. The amount of postage required Is the same. The reason for the parcel post tag la not clear, but nn ngreement exists between Sam and John that tills rule must be obeyed nnd It Is strictly adhered to. All merchandise to nny part of the Prltlsh isles from this country must be sent via parcels post. Tatrons of the service should remember this. fSenernlly packages contain the nd dress of the consignee with merely the Initials of the sender In a corner. The amount of postage stamps affixed Is all right, but tho parcels post tag Is not there. The package Is sent to tho dead letter ofllce. From there th consignee Is communicated with In the hope of finding out who might be sending a parcel to them from Cal timet. Then -the latter J written to and he or she Is asked to call at the postolflee and receive back their par cel and fix it up right If they want it to land In the old home. Many of the packages contain a lit tie baby's pair of shoes, n dolly, u lit tie dress or something for the little ones at home whom father has left with mother the while he peeks more money In fhe great northwect. And the parcels never reach home and baby I not pleased and father Is sore and the postofrtoe employes get roasted. However, the number of packages and letters sent to the dead letter of flee from Calumet every year do creases ror tne reason tnat anyone found wanting In properly addressing letters or parcels Is reminded of the rule and a enrd sent them recom mending that tliey should write their own address nt the top corner of the letter or parcel. Once warned, they hro little likely to repeat, so that more nnd more persons nre educated to the necessity of properly addressing their communications. Have the Only eit In Town LrE do not carry in stock two yy fancy suits alike, when you order your suit with us you have the only suit in town of that same de sign. Same applies to fancy over coating . . ; v. We Guarantee All We Make 1 'J ORENSTEIN BLDG. Cor. 5th & Portland ' 2nd Floor cipal advantage of the now car, how ever, Is that It affords a greater degree of safety to the mail clerks, whoso lives were in constant danger as long as tho old wooden car ran from Negaunee to the copper country between the locomo tive and the heavy Northwestern steel train. Opening nt Mips Dawe's Hat Shop Thursday nnd Friday September 14th and lr.th. Complete line of beautiful patterns and ready to wear hats. -13 IXnid Illstdicm the mont m.ignlfl cent baritone now before the puMIe will bo nt tho Culumet Opera IIouhc, October 11. Hear him and have a memory of a llfetlmo to repay you. Ausplced by tho Calumet Woman' club. tf l?oar tho Scotch Laddlo Douglas Robertson at tho people' Theater to night sing tho $10,000 song, "If I Forget," and Harry Lauder's Scotch song "I Love a Iissie." .13 9 IS NOW IN USE. New Mail Car With Steel Underframe on South Shore. The new mall car with steel umler- frame, which has been on a switch in the South Shore yards for several days. made Its first regular trip between Marquette and Calumet yesterday, run ning on trains No. 3 and 4. The cat s up-to-date In every respect nnd la equipped with many conveniences the ar used up to this time did not have. among which are a wash stand with hot and cold water, cinder glass and both oil and electric lights. Tho prin- 1 y t y y y y y y y y t ? ? t A. I X I I X X GAME LAWS We have had printed a supply of Michigan Came Iaws which we will be pleased to give free to any one interested in hunting or fishing. We always have a very large stock of tluns, Ri fles and Ammunition In all sizes. M eckonen Hlardware (To. 'Phone 163 u Calumet, Mich. f y y y y t y y y : y y y V y y y y y y y EVENTUALLY Good organs nt $10, $12, $18 nnd $22. I'ay by the month. Cable Piano Co. losing out sale, 115 5th St., Calu- iet. 12 "Hoar the Scotch Lnrtdln Douglas Robertson nt the People's Theater to night flng the $10,000 song. "If I Forget," nnd Harry Lauder's Scotch pong "I Love a Lassie" -12 One half ot, our big stock sold al ready. The quality of the goods and the remarkably low prices Is bringing the business, TCnsy terms on every thing. Cable Piano Co., Closing: out sale, 115 &th St. 1J Classified ade bring result!. TONIGHT Stanley's Trained Goats Muriel Wheeler Singing and Dancing Soubrette ALL NEW PICTURES Admission, Children, 10 cents 5 cents 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 yards at TAMARACK, COPPER CITY. Ml I Now is the Time To investigate nnd decide what heating stove Is best adapted to meet your requirements. We would suggest, however, that you note in particular tho merlta of the RA DIANT and SPLKNPII) 8TKWAUTS tho most popular and fenerlly sat isfactory heaters on the market, com bining to the highest degree the virtues of utility, economy and beauty. We want our customers to have the best, thnfa why we sell Stewart fUovrs andRangf. 1211111331 ALL FULLY WARRANTED. Carlton Hardware Co.