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rHE CALUMET NEWS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1911. Fall Toilet Needs In the f ill the thoughts of ladies turn naturally v t..il-t necessities P rfuno s. t 'i !-1 ponders, toilet wattrp, cream, lotion, tic. ttc We have n t f i pa t-i your wants and have a full isbxk of these g Is waiting fr yj. If ou uoulJ have a skin s..ft a velvtt we r- oruriiciid. Kexall I'r.iim of Almond, a dcIUMfjl toilet trtam for all t'xln rouK-r: sore lips, eunburn, tin and freckles. Nothing iiijuri.u . (;. t ii bottle today. ::c. Vastbinder I'IK'Ni: So. C3. acc 9 To Save is a Prudent Thing to Do. tut t ?.iv(- r i' .: ir:y (n. rtair. sum n h wck r m.-r.th) is t. form a SAVING HABIT, w M. h is a b.Utr tl.ir t.. .!. The !r:..re t itablied GOOD 1. :t'.t we have, the un rikt r i our character. MORAL: ' ; u a ravin: account ar.d dcjH.sit at regular intervals. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LAURITJM Capital I1W.OOQ.00. Surplus and Profts $35,000.00. n tvcry FuinrCuy t..n:r.?. : 8i FOR RENT . MODERN DWELLING IN RED JACKET. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. ? ! e j XI ' 8 ! 8 FAUCUTT i:T'.'K & CVCK. Established 1232. Two Offces 101 Fifth St. Faj' tt rrk. Calurut, Ij;:rljrn. I. Cord wood ! t-foot Hardwood $5.00 16-inch Hardwood $5.50 j ft llADDICflM tCTATF i'W zs yhars in The Merchants & Miners Bank Ca.umU, Mich. Capital $15o,ooo.oo Surplus and Undivided Profits, $210,000.00 Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Chat. Brlirs. IVVl Peter ltippe. V.-fre'l W.B. Andef of, V.-ltea't and Mirr. Stephen fault . Cahkr J. Cdrd Shcpard. A t Cashier An Account may be opened with One Dollar flf Ml Am Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL 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 $32!.O00O1 That amount tan da b-twen your &nn and any poRilhle loa. Whr not hv an account with tin? That 1.1 what wa ara hra for, and well wrve you faithfully and wrll. STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM, & Read SIS THE REXALL STORE. AN UNINTENTIONAL OMISSION. Thr . jh an rror on the part ' f t:o fc II. M-trf' committee, the r.an t.f tb- i- o c T.r.ittc-rr.en to 1, .ok af- i r liA.-.n r. ly wijow. aril orphans 1 from the relief comrr.it :..l r mly. T:.' .( rttary r, that j rovisI'T.e have far- f.-r the Italians ae r -' ; le. Over Calle Pimo Co. it Ciluaet oa Kozdijs ard Ttcrsdijs DR. H. m. STOEL NERVOUS DISEASES nrailu it" of Am.ri-tn S-ho..i of iM. athj '. Kirk?vi;i.', Mo. I .-t ",ra'l-jat.- SS. Still CuV.:Z f' ;.t'-.i'athy, Iks M"Ii;(S, Ii. ! ft flra.lj.it- M.-.3ical School i :. 1 H .y;.ital. ri.icaKo. .11;. I'oi!-lir.ii- and IIojital. Tb Only lknd Okttepath in the Copper Country ijusinhss WE HAVE A VERY STRONG PULL v. ith tliKHf v. ho kiio-.v what Rood hi!ili:ni: ru'iti-rlals arc. v- will In- finally stronir with you after "u l..i on o i xjierh need tho 'i;.ility of materials we Fiipidy. first you will ! j.l ae d at our I.ri' m, next you will ! l aK.int ly K'irjri.sd at the Jess quanti fy n' iird. I'ewer repair 1I1I. la t r on will clinch your natla f.ictlon. MICH. CAMPAIGN ON DOGS STOPPfD CCG CATCHERS ARE GIVEN THEIR -HONORABLE DISCHARGES." PROTESTS AGAINST THE PRACTICE. Hcd Jickct'a camr-i!:n as.i!r!tt dos r. t aj ;.l!.-J with lie n Wa hif i.tzU-' out. I.)r catk.n H.eharu Trtvarthvn ar.l.Stejhtn C.k:ns rc this m. mini: clen thrir "iionorahl" d:.vharst- by Marshal Tru lell. acting n the aJvico of jrtsiJent of the vil lage. lY-ar.k II Scy.umaktr. Four hi hrui-, who hive ltn hld "" roiuirfvi lenstn ii imc in ir. jilase ;-our.d. w re j-h-.t t?is nior iJ ar.l the .th.T. if net claimed. tho reruirf d lensth of time in the vll rr.lng also 1 i.troye.!. with the excerthn j of i.r.o !.,;. a hrown sr anivl, which :!1 hk.-ly Ih jt..ld. if n.t claimt-d hy the o-.ti. r. .N!.irhal Trudel aire a 1y jh., h..l .vral orTtr fr this d I wr.l.h, at j.arer.tly. is of flrst-cla.. I '.reed. Tho r.a. n that the imrx.uncUn of i d fcS wlth'-ut licences ha. ceased is 1 '..nau1 trw catering and lmjHundin? j 't th-m .a N-c-rro a general nui lance. The oil f.r hall on Hfth .tre. t ' wtvTK- the d' its were impounded. I.-vst n-r.t wan a veritaMe how line d'-n. ;ird rci'h nt. sl.-rir.i? in the neUh t.'.r.' .x. l oi, ,l th lr ;.rot-ti to the rr.arf-h.il. The lattr .in turn, took the matter t:p with the fnsi-'ent of the ::iae. with t!ie result that It wan de i5ed to discontinue the practice of citchinj fn-l imiiunJinf ilogs. Ttn ii c have ! en caj tureil. Four h.ave already h n destroyed, and jdx are Mill in captivity. These will all le d-.Tpved. If not claimed, with the xrejti. n f the brown ?j-aniel noted a hove. Tl . illace coffers have been en riched fomewhat by the decision to irnr-ound all dogs not having the prop r lien-' ta. About one hundred licn-os have been issued by Clerk J -I n J. FJ!i.. Jr. In the township of Calumet, too, rk (TeorK Martin hrm Issued a n iiih. r of dojj lii-enst h during tho pat three days, making n total ol llfty Issued thin year. ! LOCAL DMIEFS. 4 Mrs. John Kneman of Meyland, .. is visiting frb nd here. MIhh FfTle lYccniHii, of Itiynibaul lown. has left for f'hlcaKo. Mr.. Thomas Hurt left yesterday nfternoon for Milwaukee to visit. Mis Anrm C John:? arrived here yesterday from fVrnwall. F'nrl and. A. MacKenric, of Cleveland. O., formerly of this city, Is visiting here. Mr'. Paniil Rockstad has left for Chicago where she will visit for three weeks. Mljs I,lllian Nelmark left yesterday afternoon for Arm Arbor, to enter the university. Matt Kobe, of Seventh street. Is in Chicago on business. He is expected home on Saturday. Robert II. Kerr arrived hme at noon, today from a three month's visit to Scotland nnd Kntrland. Miss Flalne Shleb's of phoenix left today for Ann Arbor to resume her studies at the IT. of M. ' Miss Lucille Lang left yesterday nf ternoon for Marquette, where she will study nt the Normal school. Mrs. Joseph I.nn of Sixth street Is expected home Sunday from a month's visit In Detroit and other cit ies. fJoor;ro McClure, son of Mr. nnd Mr. James McClure of Seventh street, left yesterday for Ann Arbor, where lie will study at the IT. of M. MKs Anna Dyer, accompanied by her brother, John Dyer, has returned to Osceola, after a year's visit in Cornwall. John Stefanez of Eighth street, will leave tomorrow for Milwaukee where he will resume his studies at Mar quette college Miss Frieda Hansen, ?!eeretary of the Calumet Associated Charities, left yet-terdiy for Sioux City, fa., called New Pictures AT THE n UJ ITQ TONIGHT Featuring Hcllgs In the Shadow of the Pines Douglas Robertson In New Honrr COMING FRIDAY "Thro" Fire and Smoke The most thrilling nnd Renllstle Fire Drama ever Produced In IMcture Form. IKS' BOWLING LEAGUE ADOPTS 1911 SCHEDUl SEASON TO OPEN OCT. 2 AND CONTINUE UNTIL DEC. 18. Ntw ScKtdula Will B Arranflad After Firt of th Yaar. The Khoduie c ir.mittee of the F.lk bowling lea true nut last evening and 5-ted ii lo-hodu'-e of guinea to be !. d this ear. A new schedule will t-e i.reparrJ fr the games after Jan uarj l. AiYor.nng to the nreaent hedule. e.-wh team will meet ttuh othr team in one match, the flrat nm to be played on tct. 2 and the last on Dec. IS. The schedule fol'.owi: mitn team Vivian. Oct. 2: Fisher. fVc. 11; Cruse, Nov. 24; I'Ueth. I)v 1; Ryan. Oct. . 10; Cuddihy. Oct. 27; Oetcheil. Oct. 20; Fctermann, Nov. IS; IIiHitfton, Nov. 27. Vivjjn team Smith. Oct. 2: Fisher, Nov. n; cruse. Dee. 4; Ulseth. Cut. Z2; Ryan. Dv. 12; Cuddihy. Oct. 12; (.etc hell. Nov. 23; IVterirmnn. Nov. C; Hoatst.n, Oct. 30. Fisher team Smith. Dec. 11; Vivian, Nov. H; Cruse. Oct. 3; lls-th, Nov. 10; Ryan, Dec. 3; Cuddihy, Oct. 19; Oetcheil. Oct. 13; IVtermann. Oct. 31; Hoatson, Nno. 27 Cruse team !mith, Nov. 24; Vivian. D.c. 4; nsher, Oct. 3; I'lseth. The. 14; Ryan, Nov. 3; Cuddihy, Nov. 7; Jet- hell. Nov. 21; , I'etermann. Oct. 16; Ib-atson. Oct. 24. I'lseth team Smith. Dec. 1; Vivian, cL 23; n.sher. Nov. 10; Cruse. Iec. 11; Ryan, Oct. f; Cuddihy. Nov. 17; Oetcheil. Nov. 2; Retcrmann. Nov. 30; Hoatson, Oct. 17. Ryan team Smith, Oct. 10; Vivian. !. 12; Wither, D. c. 5; Cruse. Nov. 3; t'l.xcth. Oct. 5: Cuddihv. Nov ' i, t. hell, Nov. 13; I'etermann, Oct. 26: Hoatson. Nov. 20. Cuddihy team Smith, Oct. 27; Viv in. Oct. 12; Fisher, Oct. 19; Cruse. Nov. 7; Ulseth, Nov. 17; Ryan. Nov. 28; Oetcheil. Oct (! li.f.rn,.nn ir, Hoatson. !;. 7. Oetcheil team Smith. Oct. 20: Viv ian. Nov. 23: Fisher f w if. ., Nov. 21; Ulseth, Nov. 2; Ryan Nov. 13; Cuddihy. Oct. 6; IVteimann. Dec. Hoatson. Dec. IS. J'etermarm team Smith, Nov. 16; Vivian. Nov. 6; Fisher, Oct. 31; Cruse, Oct. 16; Ulseth, Nov. 30; Ryan, Oct. 26; Cuddihy, If.; Oetcheil. Dec. 8; Hoatson. Oct. 9. Hoatson team Smith. Nov. 9; Vlv l'in. Oct. 30; Fisher, Nov. 27; Ouse. Oct. 24; Ulseth,, ,k t. 17; Ryan. Nov. 20; Cuddihy, D,r- 7 Ot tchell, Dec. 18; I'etermann, Oct. . j , . there by the F.oiioua Illness of her fa ther. The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Nordstrom, of Copper City, died yederday. The funeral took place this afternoon, wltji interment In Iake View cemetery. (' Miss Mable, Reno, who for several years was desUner for Oage Kros., of Cbieaqo. is ri,nv in charge of the de Klsnlng department . of the Mls.es Leary millinery establishment. Frank Huddy, of Caledonia street, has returned from a visit to Marquette. Ocorge Wntermann. sales manager for the Carlton Hardware, has arrived borne from a business visit to Chi cago. Mrs. K. J. Lambert nnd son Rudolph, of Sixth street, left yesterday after noon for Ann Arbor, where Rudolph will enter the IT. of M. Mrs Lambert will spend the winter nnd spring ut Ann Arbor. Little Miss Crescence Cocking enter tained about twenty-five girl friends at a pink birthday party one afternoon this week, marking the seventh anni versary of her birth. Ice cream and cake were served. James H. Rrennan left yesterday for Medicine Hat, .Alberta, Canada, to Join his wife and family, nnd will re side there. Mr. Rrennan has been In the employ of the Houghton County Traction company, as street car con ductor for several years. William Williams holds tho highest hatting overage In the Kearsarge cricket team and in. the near future will he presented with a silver medal as a memento of his prowess with the bat. , Williams Is contemplating leaving shortly for Butte, Mont. Miss Elizabeth Johann left this af ternoon for a visit In Milwaukee nnd Chicago, she will re-open Tier dress making parlors October 9. Miss Jo hann Is recuperating from a serious operation which she recently under went at the Lake Linden hospital. TO RUN SPECIAL TRAIN. Mineral Range Will Accomodate Visit ors to Fair Tomorrow. For the benefit of Keweenaw county residents as well as Calumet nnd Iviur lum people who desire to visit the an nual copper countryfalr at Houghton, the Mineral Range railroad will tomor row run a special train from Gay to Houghton, leaving Gay at 9 o'clock In the morning end arriving nt Houghton at 10:45. Leaving Houghton nt 4 o'clock In the nfternoon, those who take the special will have had ample time to take In all of the sights connected with tho exhibition. The train will make stops at Mohawk, Ahmcek, Kearsarge I nnd Calumet, . TRAVELING MAN INJURED. Sabin Ford, a fnmmcrcl.il salesman representing U,hjmann, Blnsteln & Co. of Cincinnati y ho has traveled over the upper peninsula for years, was ser iously Injured in nn automobile acci dent nt Muskegon last Friday. Mr. Ford and a woman companion were motoring, when the car overturned, throwing out Mr, Ford, breaking his arm and otherwise Injuring him. The woman also war hurt. Mr. Ford Is now re aipera'tfrig at a hospital In Grand Rapids.' FIRST NUMBER OF COURSE OCT. 17 Y. M. C. A. ENTERTAINMENTS WILL OPEN WITH THE CHICA CO LADIES' ORCHESTRA COMPANY. Toe T. M. C. A. officers are today engaged In mailing announcements of the approaching lycium course. Th flrht number of the course Is the Chi cago Ladles' Orchestra, which will be heard at the Calumet theater Tues- lay, October 17. The rest of the course attractions In order as they will appear are: Chi cago Operatic company, Friday, No vember 17; Hon. Seaborn Wright, h-c- turer, Friday, December 8; C. L. Hurg- d rfer. entertainer, Wednesday even ing. January 3; Southern Jubilee Sing- rs, o.Mnday, January 15; Ralph I'ar- lette, lecturer, Wednesday, February 14. The course Is one of the best and most entertaining ever arrange! un der the auspice of the Y. M. C. A The course tickets are being offered at 11.25, with a special offer to stu dents of 75 cents. Reserved seats arc hargej for extra. , wTiie following from the Roulder, Colo., Daily Camera, with reference to the Chicago Operatic . company, will be read with interest: One of the hadjng bureau managers of the country has been working and planning for three years to get this company together for this seasons work. Arthur Middleton. John R. Mil- ami Rose Lutiger-Gannon bass. tenor and contralto have been doing big musical things. Probably these three have had a larger experience In ratorio work than any other musi cians of the middle west. Critics pre dict that Middleton will become the greatest basso in America. He Is known throughout the country for his ork as soloist in oratorios and con certs. He Is n powerful man and thin combines with sympathetic interpreta tion to make his work compelling. Such a full, resonant voice us his ap- eals to every ear. Miller, who, like Middleton, Is a teacher In the Chicago Musical College, is a star in oratorio. He has a rare voice, temped ti those his associates, nnd lias won his own laurels. nose uuugcr-iinnon s been most enthusiastically recelv I wherever she has appeared. Miss Ieonora Allen Is the finishing touch this splendid quartet of singers She ha- grace of person and a. blgo. pure, strong soprano voice. They have ith them an excellent pianist In Fid ir Nelson, who Is Instructor In Rush emple and has long been before the ublic. They sing Solos, duets, trios. quartettes rind grand operas. ENTERTAINS BANK DIRECTORS. G. Martini, n director of the Calu met State bank, yesterday entertained the directors of the bank at Gratiot Lake. The Journey was m.nje In nutomobiles At the I-ake the party ere royally entertained, and all ex pressed themselves ibSlghtcd. The party consisted of Capt. Thomas Hoatson, Joseph Vertln, Frank J. Kohlhass. William J. Uren. Joseph W. Seldon. Edward Ulseth, William C. Kinsman nnd O. Martini. , We Invite you to attend our flrrt special display days. Sept. 2Sth, 29th and 30th. Misses Lenry,, 2nd floor Vertln Rros. 29 It pays to advertise. A Pure, Healthful drink, rich in food value. Bosch's Beer will please you with its fine de licious flavor. Order a case today. In Quart and Pint Bottles. Telephone in all Copper Country Towns. Bosch Brewing Co. J LAKE LINDEN, MICH. r. Our Phone Number is 437 We make it our business to de liver promptly. Phone js your order for pickling and preserv ing. Pickle Pears, Crab Apples, Pickle Peaches, Green Tomatoet, Colo. Alberta Peaches, Cauli flower and Spanish Onions, P'nk meat mellons, Malaga, Concord. Toque grapes and plums. . Celery, Head & Leaf Lettuce and Parsley today. A. BARSANTI & CO, NOW Right Now Is the Time to Look After Your Wants in !FaTT:R, for next winter, don't delay, or you money. Call at our stores and we'll r Calumet-Phene i.iiiwi.m i.fwn'i,ijy,ijiji ii in i in m, SOM NEW ARRIVALS. Daughters have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Orubb 'of Tamarack Junior nnd Mr. and Mrs. Fred St. Jermain of AJimeek street, and sons to Mi. and Mrs. Frank Rohte of Cedar street and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranken of Oak street. Ous special display days are Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, will be an authoritative style display of millin ery. Misses Leary, 2nd lloor, Vertln Rros. -29 Germany has 32,449 practicing doc tors, or Jive for each lO.Ooo of the pop ulation, an Increase of 4.N0 over 1909. I Peckorien (Hlardware (To. U Li 'Phone 163 YOUR COAL BIN SHOULD BE FULL, COLD WEATH- ER WILL SOON BE HERE. HAVE YOU ENOUGH TO LAST YOU THROUGH THE BAD WEATHER THAT IS SURE TO COME. EDWARD ULSETH yard at TAMARACK, CALUMET Sporting Just received a full line of Rugby Foot Balls, Shin Guards, Nose Masks, Box ing Gloves, etc. We also have an assortment of Rifles, Shot Guns, Cartridges and Shells in the most popular makes, Revolvers, Hunt ing Bags. Hunters Coats and Hats, Car tridge Belts, Reloading Tools, Cleaning Rods, Axes, Knives, Compasses, Pow der, Pocket Flasks, Thermos Bottles, Etc., Etc. Carlton Hardware Co. may be sorry, and t will cost you more show you why. 999 - Houghtonlo There will he a regular meeting of Calumet Temple Pythian Sisters Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Sept. 2.vth. All members aro requested P atttn.l. 27 We've made especial efforts to please the ladies of Houghton county with the most attractive millinery brought the Copper Country this xeuMon. Our opening days are Thurs day, Friday nnd Saturday, Sept. 2Sth, 29th and 30th. We Invite your in spection ami criticisms. Misses Leary, 2nd lloor Vertln Proa. -29 The French have a way of making bread without (lour. Tho grain Is con verted din-ctly into dough. . Grand Peninsular Base Burner The finest and Hand somest Base Burner manufactured regard less of name, make or price. Excclls in Radiation, Mot Air Circulation, Illumination and Orna mentation SOLD ON LIBERAL TERMS ' Calumet, Mich. COPPER CITV. Goods Advertise In The News for results.