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THE CALUMET NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911. u 100 Globes of Gold Fish to be Given Away WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT, 18TH, o will give a globe containing two QoM Pish with each 25c bottle of REXAL WILD CHERRY BARK COUGH SYRUP. Vastbinder & Read Phar. PHONE No. 65. THE REXALL STORE. WILL ORGANIZE ATHLETIC ASS N. ; LOCAL BRIEFS. Ml FOR ELKS' Did .. u over Ht ii think that your wife mlKht get lick? That thcr.-'d lie ii hired mi l in the klt h n? That t'o-rCd be jeetsr! bills to I i That th- r. nt might MM due? That you might have to meet th. l ist installment on your furniture'.' 'Dial you might break . ur I. g" Thut taxis ur' certain us death'.' That all t li.se things require ready money? That such events have befall n others" That they may happntl to yu .' Moral: HUVAM F H IT, by saving a little nw before It happens. There ! nothing tuind) as a book account when vpit are in trouble. Start now. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LAURIUM Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits $35,000.00. Open every Saturday evening. MONEY FOR MISSIONS. Lake Su- MONEY TO LOAN ESTATE ON REAL INSURANCE RENTALS QUICK SERVICE FAUCETT BROS. S GUCK. Established 1892. CALUMET AND LAURIUM. 0RDW00D Movement to Raise $500 perior Presbytery. r. m. m. aii. ii, pastor .,r the ih- , pemllg Pf bytertm church, who it chairman of tin- Home Mission e.tni- jraitte or th.- Lake Bupwtor rirafejle ry, announced to his congregation Btinday that he will ptart a movenunt to raise J.'.oo, in addition to the regular U hur. li contributions, for th- aid of the host. mission work in the upper p. n insula. Members of Prsab terian con gregOlloSS in place" In the upper n insula will be sokes' lo I lp raise tin fund. Tin- sum Contributed by the synod lor tin- .seven PT sb tern s in th. Mat.' was $1 L'.oot), the mm amount that was, set aside lor that purpose last year. 1 'i' this sum the Lake Superior Presby tery receives $:!.:il7. With the 8M to 1 raised b) Itev. All.-n ill. total sum to be used in missionary work will be S3. ".37. Some of the Presbyteries in the lower peninsula do not receive an -thing for home mission work. All cities or towns haing ehi.rches and no pas tors come uud. r tile mission heud. MEMBERS OF COMPANY A, EN GINEERS NAME COMMITTEE TO ARRANGE THE DETAILS. Following the rejnilar drill of Pont pany A. F.ngimi rs. last niieht, a me t ins; of the members Inter. -;.. in ath letic Work was held. It was decide.! to 1 .rin an athletic association, at: d an executive o.mmitte. . insisting of S. rut Cescho. S. rvt It.-U. Corp. Futon s. t t. QMmsM sad Private Hun, r lord, was named to perfect the nee. s Sar.v details. The company has .1. -ided to organ ;-. teams tor indoor has. bail, basketball OOWllaff, .tc, and in the near futur. will select teams to r present Compa n A against other teams in this commun ity. The executive oornmittee lias Wt-n granted the power to name otli.-. rs among themselves or . .t li.-r member; of th,- company as it Mes beet This will he done In the near future, and the committee will report in SI ISM at a later date. Company A has within Its ranks one excellent basketball, indoor base ball and bowling experts, and should be ai,:. t.. hold its own against any of th.- local teams affiliated with the sev eral clubs, fraternal SSCistlsa tC. LADIES' ORCHESTRA. First The MORRISON ESTATE Classified ads bring results 18 VHARS in business The Merchants fi Miners Bank Calum :t, Mich. Capital - - Surplus and Undivided Profits, Stockholders' Liability - - - $15o,ooo.oo $2io,ooo.oo - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Chsi. Krlitir, Prea't Pctrrkurpe. V.-PrvVt W.R, Anderson. V -Prea't and War. Stephen Paul!. Cashier J. Edward Shrpard. Ata't Cashier An Account may be opened with One Dollar 1 WE HAVE A VERY STRONG PULL with thBM who know what 1 building materials are. We will be equally strong with JTesj after you t.tive on. e experienced the Quality of matsriali we supply. I'itst you will he pleared at our brio next you win b pteeaant ly surprised at the less quantl ty r, iniied. Fewer repair bills lit.r on will clinch your satisfaction. Armstroag-Thielman Lumber Co. HUSBELL CALUMET HANCOCK of Y. M. C. A. Lyceum Bureau Numbers is Big Success. Chicago Ladles' orchestra etiter- tiinea a capacity nrdienre at the Cal umet theater last evening, the event being; th- first offering of th. lyceum course under the auspices of the Cal umet Y. M. C. A. The success of thi. entertainment auKiirs w. II for th. sue ess of the entire CHUMS The orchestra ..insists of seven la dies and one gentleman, all of whom ar,. talented and versatile musical nr. tists. Aith th.- jlrst number. "The Proboscidian," a march hy Willi-, the audienco was captivated by the won darfal eoatml and harmony of the mu sicians. The descriptive poWST Of 0Mt tic is .imply demonstrated in the ov.-i -t ire number. " trpheus in the l.wer World," by Offenbach. Two selections on the Hut,. l,v Miss RVanlrl f'r:,. PSS followed. Miss Cramer proved her- s. If a master of that swe.-t toned ln- istrament, Rsadlnfji by Don Is Prode jcawthon. who is also the orchestra's j drummer, were Well receive.. The first was a Crenel, di.ile. l selection, which was rendered in a delkjrhtfnJ manner. Miss Ksth.-r s. Beklea Follswe4 wiih I two roeal eolos Miss BpMm dM not I do herself justice in the lirst of these. I ' nt in the s. . ond had better control Of i cr beautiful mesao soprano (redds. Tin ornet duel. "Hi ui. ' tie an, I Cloud. " h iRoiltnson. rendered by Misses I-iur:t K. jRnppreekl and If Ml Mamie L. Hop kins was highly appreciated, j The orchestra number, scenes from The rurl ..t My Dreaasf' by rtnuliin was especially pleasing. The BtasdlMI of the or.hesira MM evc.lleni. This numb, r included another vocal offer ling by Mis, BefcM, The horn ipiar ftetle, Misses Kspprecht Hopkins and I Cramer, iad Mr. Rmier, rendered the 'S. mm from Lucia," in a very pleasing 1 manner. Another reading hy Mifis 'Caw UlOtJ followed. Probably I he best number of the etl jtlie e. nihif MM the sclectj.ui by M iss Mary Lt'tz violin director, "Concert,, for iolin." by Tscha ikow ski. Miss I.utz proved herself a vlollnisi of rare ability, putting her whop, heart and soul into the ptejrifsf, ll.-r interpre- tatioaa of th.. dUBeatl paMMflM were excellent. The last number rf the regular pro Kram. "A Trip to Corny Island" by T haul, add. l variety to the numbers previously rendered end was very nrotl leceivel. The entertainment clOSsd with the 1 nderlag of "America." Arthur Chnptmin left last night for 1 'ninth on a visit. A daughter has been born to Mr. nd Mrs. George Truman of Wolv.r- Ine. v - 1. was 1. rn y- st. rday to Mr. nd Mrs. Oettrge Ki la of Water worke street Miss Heatri, e V nen left this m rn 'ik for Hetrolt. after a isit with local friends A son was Ivorn yesterday to Mr. mi Mrs Charles Lundherg. of Atlan tic stre. t. s '"i Sllvol.i I. ft : .t night f..r A innipeg. Saskat. on. and other Cana dian cities on a visit. Paul Schnell r and Paul Schalta re--Mied yesterday afternoon from a business trip to Chicago. Mrs, P.arlmra Bores and son left lasfl night for o.b -rberir. Hungary, wheto they will spen l the winter. Mrs, Ueoefja Watermaaa a n.i .hum-h-ter, Ruth, left ysetorday afternoon for maha. N'eb., to join Mr. Watermann. who has accepted a position in that ty. Mr. r.nd Mrs Thomas He-can if M .hawk. left last night for Detroit, where they will make their future home. Notices hae beea mailed by the Upper Penins 1I1 Poultry association asking for particulars con ernlnjj the various breeds of chickens owned liv member! for cataloging purposes. I he funeral of the late Mrs. Susan Brown, mother of Will Thomas, th wc.ll known mail carrier, will be held Thursday afternoon, with services at thi Red Jacket C nm, national church at 2 o'clock, and interment at the LsJl View cemeterv . minstrel snow These Four Points FIRST PRODUCTION WILL BE GIVEN TOMORROW EVENING AT THE CALUMET THEATER. BISPHAM MAKES PREDICTION. Declares Day of Grand Opera in Eng lish Will Come. r:ivid Plsphain. foremost of Ameri .111 baritones, who recently entertained at the Calumet theater under the au i spices of the W oman's club, declares I that the day will come when grand op era In Knglisli will run side by side with the imported article "The English lanffUatS lends itself to s;n,;iiiB more readily than either the l-Y nch or German," said Mr. llis pham in letr..ii. "bui Italian is still the lending musi. a language. "As music developed Italian singer.' and Italian speTfl found its way into tlie ontinental lontries and into Kn Ntnd. It was believed that voices could only be trained in Italy and the prom ising singers of those countries went there to learn to sing. The result was thai they return., 1 tilled with Italian ideas and methods and the reign of Italian in the mnd opera Ibid DOB tinned. "Put gradually the l ien. h and (b-r-tn'iiis d. niande.l th. it- ow n music and ll came, as it mtlsi always come when the people .Ionian.! it. We will hav. grand op. ra in linglish as a national institution soi lay, Mr. lavage did great thing along this Mm-, ,u( be was handicapped n that he was forced lo deal with th. mailer purely as a com mercial enterprise while the foreign grand op. ra Subsidized. "When an .per.i is produced in Kmr lish the roles are given to foreign singers w Bo cannot t.Uk the lOnglish IsMpMCO, to MM nothing of singing it. TtU, to... if pesj will notice many of the foreiejfj irtletM oanaot ibe en deratood erhen the sing in their own ' langiuige." nurse coffee. L. Hire: Walter (lo night " Rtehlag patient ) "Have some ma'am ? N'L ht Nurse o, I greatly fear that would keep me awakft. It pays to advertise. AUSTIN FLOOD PICTURES. The Austin, Pa, flood disaster pic tures will be shown this evening at the (Iraiul theater, end to now even ing a? th,- Lyric theater, in Laurlum. The Mi. r.-la Sisters, instrumentalists, ate Lhe star attiacthm at the Crand this week, ami ar.- drawing large CrOWdc niglilly. This duo are very . lever, ami play the rtoUa, 'cello, cor net, etc.. verj etltertainin:.'ly. MEMBERSHIP CONTEST. The membershtp contest which Is be ing conducted under the auspices of the junior department of the Y. M. '. A. is emlting good heaiVu-ny. Three teams have l en organized among the boys and considerable friendly rivalry has been ar.usel. No diftlcully is an ticipated in increasing the membership of this department. What Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Profits $25,000.00 Stockholders' liability . 100,000.00 $J2S.nnooO That amount star,,, t), ,,.,. y,MJr ,,,.,, mA mny poaAtt.In ion. Wiy not hav. xn MOOMH with Ml Thst In what wn are here for and MTU srve you faith: ully an1 wrll. STATE SAVINGS SANK LAURIUM. MICH. Sure As You Live IF YOU GO TO THE Tonight You will see the most unique picture ever presented in Calumet Bobby Leach Making His Famous Plunge Over Niagara Falls In a Barrel THE ONLY MAN WHO EVER PERFORMED THAT FEAT IT IS RATHER A WEIRD SIGHT TO SEE THIS ELDERLY MAN ABOUT SIX TY YEARS OF AGE AS HE FORCES HIMSELF WITHIN THE CON FINES OF HIS ALMOST COFFIN-LIKE STRl CTURE AND IS FASTEN ED IN WITH NUT8 AND BOLTS PERHAP8 NfcVER TO BE SEEN AGAIN AFTER BEING SHOWN IN THE "R A PI D8" TH F CAMERA IS UNUSUAL LY SUCCESSFUL IN FOLLOWING THE BARREL AS IT TAKES ITS PER ILOUS LEAP OVER THE FALLS AND IS FINALLY CAPTURED IN THE RIVER BELOW. Tomorrow night marks the opening night of the hiK, Klks' minstrel ihoe it th, faluinet th.-ater under th" aus pices of the local lo.lv" f Klks, and under the personal direction of S. A. (irubbs of t'hlcatio, MM of the best known minstrel entertainers In the country. The show will be stim.d analn on Friday o cuing. There is a Mfj fOOnaad f"r tickets, sad the affait promises to !.- an unqualified success. The local lodge has secured some of the best v .cal and instrumental ta'iii In the community, and the east is In paoi hands. There will be a full .'less rehearsal In the Calumet thea ter this evening. The principal comedians are R..l ert J. McVelub, and John J. Kills, Ji two if the "heaviest llahtwelshte" ii Houghton county. The funny end m. i ate ( . n I I h. .mas, Harry S. Se tt Anthony Lucas, Richard Kd wards William llou.-s. Victor F.ngstrom Thomas KOVM and Carl Smith. in.- songa to be sung bv the end m. n ait : "When You're In Town.' Anthony Lucas; "Mysterious Reg,' i nomas Kerne; Caroline Rag, Har ry S. cottj "When I Woke l'p." t'arl Smith; and "Virginia Lou." Vic Kngs- trom. Arthur Reed will sing that bcan'ifu! ballad, "When I'm Alone, Its lone some.'' nnd Mr. Hryant of Mohawk tH POMsSer I special ditty, one of the hits of the evening will he a black face sketch by Sol. Sands, Spike Lainiell. and John S. Schenk. In addition to the above, the fol lowing ar- in the chorus: Chester Prides uxv Cheater Qlaeeon, Qlen i isi-1 ing. Mortimer Krlmodlg, Reginald (Has-1 son. o, K. Hartley, Btlae c. cnjrnoweth, John Wliooa, Dd. t. GHbbone, R. l. Kiihn. BML Haley, Joseph BOOtt Walter Hicks. William Mnnv, Robert Karl Otck, Lucaa Hermann, Oeorse Kemp. William 'irlggs. Frank Torrenno, Pom- Into Raatsllo, Albert BablnL and othere In the Colonial dtill, the following, ho ar.- also in the chorus, will take pari: Huh James, Hubert Kohl, Jim Kingston, George Otpp, Joseph f evmrsi Hnmld Dantelson, Chrla Voelkar. ai- v in Heck, Hay So.ldy, Vei n Moore, Haul WoPki, itnddy Mullaly. Clarence RJney, Will ten Pedlar, John Lamon- dra and Frank Hogan. Quality, Style, Durability and Fit can be found in our Furs MADE IN CALUMET Give Us A Chance to Prove This To You fISTEIN B aiaaSSam Calumet-Phc ie 999 - Houghton REPAIRING AND REMODELING 'olnen's popular Iho Detroit r, .1, ration ., ciuhs and one of the most club women in the stale. "When it is reniemocr.d that there ire IMN dM) women in Michigan representing L'Ull clubs it is easy to sec why this convention is of interest to the entire cltv." said Mrs. Caron. Women of natl.cuil reputation will be in Detroit this greek, Mrs. Philip X. Moore, president of the National Federation of St. Louis. Mrs. ,ur. White Williams, president of the stale deration and Miss Zoia dale, the uithor, are a few of the names which irou.ve most intcr.-st. .lam. s u'Dmnell nnett, the dramatic critic of the 'hlcaKO Rec ord-Hel aid will v-iu-.-ik Thursday alien p on "Woman's Work for Humaniiy." Pfof, Roth, of Ann Alttor, will speak on for BStry, and subjects of national Inter- st will he ll Of wide discussed by reputation. men and erom- DEATH OF YOUNG MATRON. Mrs. Nick Ibivtio. of Wolverine, died this morning, following g two weeks' illness from typhoid fever. She was aged Tile deceased was formerly Miss Alma Dnl. and well known in this community where she was horn aid raised. A husband ami two chil dren, as well as her lather, and several sisters and brothers survive. The fun eral will take place Friday afternoon with services at the Wolverine Finn ish chur. h. Rev. A. Rauliueii oflkslat imr. Interment will be in Lake View cemetery. Advert tea in The News for results A Word About 'CHECKERS" HERE OCT. 24. Man- Strong Attraction is Booked by aqer John D. CuHdihy. William Mox.-n. advance man for "Checkers." one of the best theatrical offer! IMgl on the road. is a OslUHISl visitor today, arranging for, the pro duction of the pla at the Calum.t Hi. at. r on ct. 14 "Checkers" la described by the Tit les of New fork, ChloaejO, Philadelphia and Huston as a dramatization not on ly essoJ but superior t the book from which It is taken. The play lias had twenty most successful eiiKageiuents in New York during the past six years. ll btisssj wiili ii the oredefv Hals of success ill the ShOflM of very warm IIBHWiei pro IMS from theatrical authorities In every city of America. and tin- very enviable boxofltce state ments showing thai the success from a Rnancla point of view is pilte as greed as from the artist'. . The pla Is described by William Winter of the New York Tribune as '"Phe greate-t racing play since the Bays of "rile Flying Scud.'" Opts Tteed, the poled novelist, has spoken of it as "One of the choicest. Strong" est and pretties! representations of a bit of everyday life that I ever saw on the stage." CLUB WOMEN MEET. State Federation is in Session in De troit This Week. The Bower of culture and education SksOfsr the women of Michigan will be represented in Detroit this week when the Muhigan State Federation of Women's (dubs will meet here heuin ning this morning and oiOstng Friday, says the Detroit Free Press, dancing over the elaborate program which has been prepared to fill the das of the big convention, an Impression Is gain ed of what the progressive women of this state are accomplishing and what they mean to achieve In the future. Social and cultural activities are rnln Bled with altruistic endeavor, "I have no doubt but that at least one thou sand women will be In Detroit for this convention which promises to be one ot th.- most Interesting and successful in the history of tin- federation." sold Mrs. fjeorge (5. Caron. president of For Your Sunday Dinner Fri sh pineapple, celery, pom nirranate, oyster plants, grape fruit, melons. MtUh, green on ions, load lettuce, green ami wax beans, ure.-n peas, ripe toma toes, cauliflower, endive. A. BARSANTI & CO. LAURIUM I' PCNIKSU. ' Ah' jj The Flue Construction in the Peninsular Base Burner The flue construction of a Base Burner corresponds in importance to the "works" of a fine watch. A fancy watch case mijht make a very hand scme ornament, but if it hides a cheap movement it makes a worthless time piece. When you consider a stove the first tlimg to do is to tak8 a good look at the flue construction. Look it over carefully. Make the salesman go into minute detail. This will give you a tetter idea of the stovea real worth. We court the most minute investi gation as to the flue construction on the Peninsular Base Burner, as we feel satisfied tl.at the more thorough you make your investigation, the more sat itfied you will become that the Penin sular is THE stove to buy. Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET, 'PHONE 163. MICHIGAN. Coal for the Range If the coal you are using in your range don't give satisfaction let us send you some of our range coal. It gives good results for baking ar.d cook ing. EDWARD ULSETH CALUMET ysrdt at T A M A R A CK. COPPER CITY. mm kt L4 I A Food Chopper Is a kitc.ien necessity, a Labor Saver and a Food Saver Can be used for meats, vegetables, nuts, etc. We have them in various sizes, 40c to $1.85 Everything for the Kitchen Carlton Hardware Co.