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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE EIGHT Fresh Candy Today Park & Tllfordi Assorted Fruit Chocolate Coated. Park & Tilfords Hruzil Nuts Chocolate i o.it.nl. Park Tiltords Assorted Chocolate. Park A Tilfords Peanut Urlttle. H u v li ra Pine Mix. .1 Huvlers Chicago chocolates. i- s Mixed Chocolates and lionbons. K. hoes Caramels. 407 CASES THREE MRS. STANNARD ILOVING CUP FOR Din NOT OBJECT! THE BEST EXHIBIT Vastbinder & Read Phar. I'll' NE No. $5. THE REXALL STORE. JUSTICE COURTS OF COUNTY MAKES REPORTS. SHOWING CRIME HAS INCREASED. Continued from Page One Pid you ever stop to think that your wife might get sick? That tin i. d he a hired girl in the kitchen '.' That thert'd be doctor's bill to That the rent might come due? That you might have to meet the laat lrmt;il in. nt .n your furniture .' That you might break ou r h? That taxes are ceruUn us death' Tti.it all these things require ready money? That such events have befallen others? That they may ksjfM to ..u? Moral: MUBPAKU P K IT. by saving a little now before it happens. There Is nothing so tiandy as a book account when ..u are in trouble. Start BOW. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, IAURIUM Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits $35,000.00. Open every Saturday evening. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE INSURANCE RENTALS QUICK SERVICE FAUCETT BROS. A. GUCK. Estsbi.sied 1892. CALUMET AND LAURIUM. C0RDW00D MORRISON ESTATE CALUMET BOY HONORED. L. Alfred Keary Elected to Office by Valparaiso Laws. Word has been received in Calumet tfl tb.- eff.-.t that lira copper country boys have been signally honored by their cl.ij.sni.it. s In the law depart ment .it the I'niverstty of Valparaiso, where they entered as juniors this .. ir Carlos Jolly, son of Cupt. Jolly f Trimountain. has been elected vice i r.-i l.-nt 'f the Junior law elass and L. Alft- i K.-iry of Calumet, princi pal and sergeant-at-arms. Both Ml looted unanimously, whereas there a op; ositi 'ti to ev. ry other candi date for office. Mess. rs. Jolly and Keary ere the only copper country bojrg enrolled in the law department nt Valparaiso, although the elass Is one f th- largest in the history of the school, and i'oinposed of several hun dred students. Both Mr. Jolly and Mr. Keary nre in Hm (tot higher ofllces next . ar. in fact both were mentioned this year, but d (lined t.. serve. Their many friend- throughout the copper country are greatly pleased with the honors t) at h.ii I..-, n c onferred upon them. 38 YEARS IN BUSINESS The Merchants & Miners Bank Calumt, Mich. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $210,000.00 Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Chas HrlKKi. Prei't Prtrrttuppt. V.-Prn't W.B. Andcrinn. V -Pret't snd Mgr. Stephen Paull. Cahicr J. Edward Shepard. Aat't Cashier An Account may be opened with One Dollar The justices of Houghton county have reported 407 criminal cases to Prosecuting Attorney William J Ma. -I Donald since July li up to the preeenl 'time. Compared w.th previous report- (the comparison is unfavorable, show ling crime increased considerably dur Ing the months of August. Septenib. r and October. Tlie reports were turned in by four teen Justices of the peace as follows Justiie KK hern. 7s : Ijttle. 75; Amiit C3; Kunkcy. ."; Fisher. 4t: Jackola. 2; O'Sullivan. 24; Hicks, 21; CMMsV 14; Aug. Nordine of Duncan, 4: Joseph Hissv.n f Pt. Mills. 1. Prince. j K. slr. I; and McCarthy, 1. In eighty-one cases the defendants were charged with disorderly conduct or with being drunk and disorderly In sixty-two cases lust nlaln drunk- eiiess w as charged. There w . re si! one assaults ..r assault and batter;. cases. The number of cases under each OasWi ere as follows: I-arency, L'3. lagoHstrtj or drunk and disorderly. 81; drunk. Iti violation game laws, 5: as sault with intent to do great Ixalily harm I. ss than the . rime of murder. 5; assault and battery, 61; desertion. .",; robbery. 2; violation liquor laws, 5; bfcPMM from per -on, 3, threatening to burn property. ; vi.graney. 11; in decent and profane language. .'.; creat ing disturlwince on Sunday. f; care li ss use of firearms. I; malicious de struction of property. 4; making threats to kill, 3; driving motorcycle in violation speed laws. 1; earning concealed u.-a ;. !!. 1; arson, 1; embea ! no nt. n-. living stolen property. 6; horse stealing. 1; defrauding board ing house-keener. 7; obtaining money under false pretense.'. 1; assault with intent to murder. ; frudulently ob taining electric light, t; fradnlently in juring elictric meter, 1; cruelty to animals, 4, noise and disturbance. 2!; burg la Hf, I; ex. toftteaj speed laws with automobile, slander, v surety of the pea i e. .'; truancy, 1; trespass. 1; non support, 6; cruelty to children, 1: aci using Another of the commission of a crime, l; statutory, 31; practicing embalming Illegally, 2; threatening to !o Kivitt bodily harm. 1; adul'erat ing milk. 1; peddling without license, 1; and forgery, I, was scaled up in a glass case on March SI. the da of Coroner Corgan's arrival there and that the seal was not Vroken until the arrival of lr. Vang !..m on April 10. The testimony of Coroner Corgan and of Miss Wurster was called b the prosecution tc show thai after the doc tors put the organs In glass Jars, sealed with wax. that the were not disturb ed until Dr. Vaughan took charge of tii em. Will Call Dr. Vaughan. Just before the noon adjournment. Sam Gourd was rivalled by the prose cution, but he had not assumed the stand when the adjournment was taken. It is proliublc that 'during the afternoon session. Dr. Victor C. Vaug an. state chemist, an.: one of the most important witnesses for the prosecu Uofl will be calbd ti give exi'ert testi mony. i pon the completion of the cross ex amination oi Grace Hammes. by At torney O'Brien .vesterday, three other witnesses were examined, Samuel (iourd, a neighbor, who was called in the day oi Stannard' death and who was with Inni when he died. Dr. F J. Limed who attended Stannard tin! J. P. Drlscidl. the undertaker, (iourd testitied that Stannard did not say anything about poison in the wa- T offered him by his wife. Gourd's : ii'in. nt differing from that of "Dul ly" Hammes. who stated that Mr. Stannard had declined the water, vy ing there was poison In It. (iourd tateil that Mr Stannard refused the water when offered by his wife but ac cepted It when oft. led by the w itness. The testimony of Driscoll was unlm- porta nt. h V LOCAL BHIEFS. POULTRY ASSOCIATION WILL OF FER TROPHY FOR BEST PEN OF TEN BIRDS. The executive committee of the Vp last nllght and after discussion, de last night, after a short discussion, de cided to offer $j; loving cup to the successful exhibitor showing the best nen of ten chickens of any breed. This offer is likely to prove an attractive ono. and bring out a considerable num ber of exhlb'tors. The committee, too. decided to change the original order for one hun dred exhibition coops to two hundred coops, from the firm of Cooper A Co., of Saginaw. TIksc coops are expect ed here shortly, and will he the per manent property of the association. The .piestlon of securing a hall was talked over, but no derlnate action was taken in this matter. The committee is endeavoring to secure the Red Jack et townhall. and would prefer that building to any other An exhibition of poultry could be arranged very at tractively in the building. The ex ecutive committee will be in a position to report dellnately nt the next meet ing. It was reported that the member ship of the association was growing. COMPANY OF ARTISTS. WE HAVE A VERY STRONG PULL with those who know what good building materials are. We will be eipially strong with you after you have OMfl experienced the quality of materials we supply. First yon will le pleaced at our rn xt you will he pleasant ly surprised at the less ipiantl tv reipiired. I'Yw-cr repair bills later on will clinch your satls-f.otion. Armstrong-Thiclman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK Will Present GrerU Racing Play at the Calumet Theater. The one best bet of the theatrical BSaaMaB, the greatest of all racing plays, " 'hoi kern", first under the wire every where, will lie presented hele lor the first time MM Tuesday even ing with practically the ori ginal company of artists, including I ae Msm, Joseph Wilkes. George Men itt. Carrie Iimont, Pauline lOber hard, Hobart Cavanaugh will he seen this season in the title role. There are over one hundred people used on the stage in tin great racing scene In the third act. This is the only comp any that has ever presented this fasc inating American corm-dy, by Henry Klossom. CHURCH DELEGATES NAMED. At it meeting of the members of the Kel Jacket ( 'ingn gational church, last evening, the following lay dele iMds were named to attend the meet ing of the Lake Superior Association Of Congregational churches to be held it Hancock, PYlday of next week: - Mr. and Mrs W. H. Anderson; Mr. nd Mrs. ly Q, Zlegler; Mrs. Richard l.iddiioat atid Mrs. Chris Tucker. In addition, the pastor, K. v R, VV. I'arqu- har and the ofAcsN of the church, will also attend as ex-olllcio delegates. Mrs. L, 1 Wurster is visiting relative- hele. .lames Orenstein has returned from a business trip to Oiieago. Henry Wlltmati left this morning for Champion to spend a few days Janus F. Wiggins left this morning for Iron Mountain on a short business trip. Henry Wilton left last night for Duluth. where he may decide to lo cate. Miss Manic l.amore has arrived home from a several weeks' visit to Canada ami Datrolt John K. Ross left yesterday for Win- ipeg, Man., to attend the golden wed ding ceremonies of his parents. The Young People's society of Ule Red Jacket Congregational church, en joyed a pleasant social time last even ing. A musical program was among the features I'eti r Stark has returned from a visit O Millett, S iskatchewau. Canada. Township Clerk George Martin is sued his sixtieth application for a deer cense this morning. The denth took place yesterday af ternoon of the four-year-old son of Mr. and .Mrs. Hermann Tulppo of Kearsarge. after a short illness. The funeral will tuke place tomorrow af ternoon villi interment in Ijike View mi tery. evening. The pastor. Rev. S. Polklng home will preach at Atlantic tomor row. Rally dny will be observed at the Mohawk H. tfMMk next Sunday and special program will be render ed In charge of the Sunday school children, Rev. H. Magahay, pnstor of the church and laHS H. James, su perintendent of the Sundny school. "Itaptised With the Spirit" Is the subject for the sermon to be delivered at klM Swedish Salvation Army to morrow evening. The other services throughout the day will be as usual. A social meeting will be held this v t iling. SERVICES IN CHURCHES OE CALUMET TOMORROW $3 7.". iilors, 21 f..r Boroshi silk Petticoats, ail Saturday only. j. Vivian Jr. & 'o abbage by the ton, f f hundred at Asaeltn'a, .00. J 1.00 per 21 What Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Profits $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 j . ,oo 00 That amount stands between your deposit and any possible loss. Why not have n M04MM11 vlth ua? That Is what we are here for. and we'll serve you faithfully and well. STATE SAYINGS BANK R OYAL TONIGHT ALL NEW PICTURES eatiiring Sellgs gnat western subject McKee Rankin's "49" A n lic of bygoii. written and played for tunny years. da.vs. A by McK i dram; Itankin LAURIUM. MICH. CHANGE AGAIN TOMORROW One of the best picture programs yet c: ' ' headed by the gtt at Indian 1'ic ture. "Starlight's Necklace" ADDED FEATURE Tlie lltaaTaph'a Surprisingly 1 nnpn Picture Over the Chafing Dish This Is an extraordinary novelty tell ing the story of love, courtship and marriage, simply through the actions of the hands and feet, without dlsplav -ing the features. It Is without doubt the most unusual film that has ever REV. C. H. RUTLEDGE AT THE KEARSARGE M. E. CHURCH. Sermon Tbemss Chosen by Pastors of This City for Sunday. Tlie del, i ites named to represent the 'aliimet Congregational ehttNfh at the fall masting of the Lake Superior C'on- gieL'atioimi association to be held at KaiMOCti next week are as follows: Hev. L. K. Iong, Treasurer (f. B Vi vian, Clerk K. S. (SHerson, ("apt. Will iam Weir, William Weir and Stephen anil. Mrs. Mathew Qtpp, Mrs. John Allen, Mrs. 1. K. Long. Mrs. Flora Taylor. I . W. Klllmar, William Weir, ir., B, .1 coodsoie ami George Fuller, The serv ices at the alum. t Congre gational church tomorrow morning will be in chHrge of Rev I,. K. Tong, NT ho will preach on, "Holes In the Monev Hag." An exc hange of pulpits has been arranged for tomorrow even ing between UeV. I,. K Long UUll leV. George D ilarger. pastor of the CalU met Bai t i I churcb. The n i i s at the Rail Jacket Con gregational church tomorrow will be ii usual, iicv. it. v. (efcrquhar vvin pnach In the morning on "Trusting In Jesus" and In the evening, "Tlie Num ber of Ihe Saved.' At the calumet M. K. church. Rev. Janus PaaOM Of Hancock, district su perintendent, will conduct the first quarterly conference this c-venlng nt 7 o'clock and he will have charge of the regular morning service at th Oharctl Itev. C. T. Adams will preach in the e.,nlna on. "A I:iv Willi Je- sus " "Trie Prince of Pence." Is the ser mon lie me chosen by Rev. W. H. Cil lycott. pastor of the Osceola M. K church for his morning discourse nnd In the evening. J. Polklnghorne of Mo hawk will preach. Mr. Polklnghorn will preach at Roston In the morning. and Rev. Collycott In the evening. Rev. J. A. Ten Rroerk. pastor of the Christ church. Rplscopal will preach In the morning on "Self Sacrifice" and In the evening, "Pon t Worry." The service nt the Kenrsnrge M. F. church wUUM In charge of Rev. T. TT Hutbdge, leader of the Anti-Saloon league forces In the upper peninsula I. O. O. F. STATE OFFICERS. Calumst Man is Mad Member of By Laws Committee. The election of the I. . . F. grand lodge was held last June by the votes were only canvassed during the con vention at Saginaw this week. The elective officers chosen to head tin irganizatlon during the coming year ale as follows: C.raml Master -Frank R. Hamburger. Detroit. Deputy (Irand Master Harry L. Mc Neil. Paw Paw. Crand Secretary Henry N. Wilder, msing. Grand Treasurer Fred Culter. Jr., nla. C.raml Warden - Herbert A. Thomp son. illiamstoii. (Jrainl Representative C. W. nn- schow, Saginaw, two years; Arthur M. Coburn. Detroit, one year. The appointive officers are: Crand Marshal Louts C. Cramptoii. Lapeer, (Irand Conductor R. K. Newvllle, I :ov no City. Crand Cuardlan Thomas S. Sciilp holm, Jr., Port Huron. Crand Heruld- K. VL Trautman, Cad illac. C.raml Chaplain Rev. L. G. Rranch. I :.ingor. The two permanent committees ap pointed were: Finance, George Har laml. Detroit. H. A. Penney, Saginaw, and H. J. Neville, Manlstbiie; by laws. Dr. T. H. Rumson, Itlooming ilale. 1 1 . W. Haight. lrand Rapids, K. W. Northey, C.ilnmet. The otllcers were installed by re tiring Crand Master Cansehovv. the new otlicers being presented by Fast Crand Master C.isirge Dean of I e troit, acting as marshal. Mr. Canschow was presented with Ihe Past Crand Master's Jewel, and was given an ovation. Crand Master Hamburger was presented with a beautiful basket of (lowers bv the of Peers of the grand encampment of Michigan. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs ; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ELKS GIVE SECOND SHOW. night's minstrel entertainment. given under tlje auspices of the local lodge of Kiks, at the Calumet theater, was even better than the initial show. The troupe were more familiar with their Work, and there was a snap and ginger to the entertainment thai was lacking to a certain extent Thursday night. The attendance was in excess f the preceding night, aided to a cer tain extent by an inllux of I.Iks from the Portage lake towns. Practioallv very number last night was encored, thus showingi an appreciation of tlie work of the black-faced comedians. Dur second display days. Friday and Saturday and Monday, October L'Oth, 1 st and INlrd. A large selection of trimmed hats at popular prices Misses Leary at Vertln Pros. L'l JOSEPH KISS IS FINED. Joseph Kiss was arrested and brought before Justice Jackola yesi. r da, charged with slander. The charge was preferred by Joseph Sipos, of Wolverine, on being arraigned in court Kiss pleaded guilty, and was lined $.r ami costs. He paid. Mil UKKY AT RBDT7CBO PRICES. We've made great efforts to pre . nt to the ladies of Houghton county, millinery that is stylish for a reason able price. Friday nnd Saturday and Monday we will reduce the price of millinery t be within tlie reach oT everybody. Take advantage of this sal on these days. Missus Leary at V. - tin Broa. M areata silk Petticoats $r.nn and $6.00 values for $3.7.r. Saturday onb 21 J. Vivian Jr. & Co. A Word About LbbbbbV .'AsflBr- -v,.T V. PENINSULA , J The Flue Construction in the Peninsular Base Burner The flue construction of a Base Burner corresponds in importsnce to the "works" of s fine wstch. A fsncy wrtch case rnicjlit make a very hand rcme ornament, but if it hides s cheap movement it makes a worthless time piece. When you consider a stove the first thing to do is to take a good look at the flue construction. Look it over carefully. Make the salesman go into minuts detail. This will givs you s better ides of the stoves rssl worth. We court the most minute investi gation ss to the flu construction on the Peninsular Base Burner, ss we feel satisfied that the more thorough you make your investigation, the more sat isfied you will become thst ths Penin sular is THE stove to buy. Cabbage by the ton, $17.00. $1.00 per hundred at Aeselln'a. 2) f. Dozen Sorosls silk Petti-oats all olors, worth $f.O0 ami $6.00 to he sold at $3.75 Saturday. 21 J. Vivian Jr. & Co. 'abbage by the ton, hundred at Asselln's. $1' .00. $1.00 per 21 Arc You Tired of Your Records? If so, let us exchange them foi vou at the small cost of on v lOe We also sell all makes of talk ing machines and phonographs. COME IN AND 8EE US. Repairing a Specialty. NATIONAL RECORD EXGHAN6E UiU "-th Street CALUMET Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET, 'PHONE 163. MICHIGAN. Coal for the Range If the coal you are using in your range don't give satisfaction 1st us send you some of our range coal. It gives good results for baking and cook- infl .. EDWARD ULSETH CALUMET yards at TAMARACK. COPPER C I T Y The Splendid Stewart Is the Up totheMinute Heating Stove THE CONSTRUCTION OF FIRE POT AND GRATES INSURES THE EXTRACTION OF THE GREATEST POSSIBLE AMOUNT OF HEAT FROM COAL. THI8 WITH THE LAT EST FLUE CONSTRUCTION GIVES THE LARGEST AND MOST EFFEC TIVE RADIATING SURFACE IN ANY STOVE MADE. EFFECTIVE RADI ATING SURFACE IS WHAT MAKES THE ECONOMICAL AND EFFECT IVE HEADER. WE HAVE HEATERS IN ALL GRADES AND PRICES. THE BEST IS EVENTUALLY THE CHEAPEST. Carlton Hardware Co. been produced. In the morning and Qua Donald In the