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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FIVE 1 t Reasons for Thanksgiving About Five Thousand p M'1- ill A ties have a special reason for being V those ahWlhgg Depositors of the t v t Y r v V 1 First National Bank OF CALUMET who have accumulated comfortable uelpacea Inotend of wasting their wages If earetSjSJi living, filth a arc mote of them now then last TI :a nksglv lug time and tlieir average btfttNl arc larger. Vol tiny A nason tho oillccrs of the bank are e4?eieioiostt4? NEWS FROM The following Items of Interest an .! from Cornish exchanges; Mr. K. L. Carlynn In Id an InqUeSl -.it st. Acnes on Btmon Coo to be, aired In. who wan killed in West Kitty and ivnhalls Miii", st. Agios, n Moudaj In Mr. T. lioyd.ll. II. M. , in spector of mines, attended. highly reepected Inhabitant of Redruth pMfjsd away on Friday in the 1 . son of Mrs. J. .Manna Jenkin, reliet oi tli' lata Mr. John T. Jenkin ..l l!i i-. .iv street, Redruth. Peeeased eras 74 yeari Of aire. She had been a ini'in- 1 1 r of the Redruth lodge of deed Tern- .l:iis from its formation, and was for man j years connected with the B, If. T. A. The funeral took plane at Red iiiin cemetery on Monday afternoon, RcV. T. J. DlchlnSSS (Fere-street V. M ( ofRetettng. The aw a mars srert w. ii. and J. 0, Jenkin (aoaa) Miss I. J.nkln and Mrs. J. Smith (daughtere), Mrs. J. C JOnhla (4 kUgh t. r In law). Jnmes Qlaaeon. miner , was killed on Til' ;duy morning at Doleoath Mine i ' rough a fall of earth. The leceased was engage! with George WWlama of i i , i -road. Camborne at the tuufm, i .. i srest of Rant era Shaft The men drilled a hole and blasted, having pre vinusly examined the place ami anttf fled t hctnsel ves that all was safe Tin y had l n fgggnd In Clearing away the rucks fesj ahont half an h-.nr whan there was a loud rash and Tllllami noticed that Otaaeon had heen partly luiied. lls body was covered with two . three large rocks. Charles f'ribbet, aaothcsj miner, aaslsted wn- 1 "ii- to gel the miner out but life was extinct QlsjSSMNS, hko.1 3". years, lived nt Pukuath aTanue. Cambridge, ami lie leas es a widow ami one child. .me eg the heaviest downpours of ruin seen for some time at Ibdruth OC i . , - ..n Tuesday sesnlng about s clock. Hillside the shops at the lull - tnn of I'ore street the water rose to r i foot In height the drains being In ullt lent to carry away the Mood An agreeable Tonic for per il.; suffering from nervous ex am lion, sU t j)ietsnes and loss i appetite. Bosch's Malt Tonic win help to regain your strength, iiOSCH TONIC DEPT. LAKH I.IMI!N. MICH. Telephones iii all Copper Coun try Towns. A SPECIAL FEATURE BILL r ONDAY, TUESDAY & WED NESDAY Lillian Carson Novcitv Rancor ami Master Hale the hoy musician COMING THURSDAY nnothi Alys La Mar Dainty singer with oharaoti i changes and Jack Hut Hebrew character Impersonator. SPECIAL PICTURE PROGRAM. POWM WtheaterII I j Houghton .im.I Keweenaw (..un thankful this year. We n it t t, also thankful. CORNWALL rrotn West end I'oie stree and Peii i.vn street. Mr J. Nlchnlls, t..hac eonist. etc.. was kepi at work tor sonic ime in preventing the water entering his shogt The most dania . . hOWCVer, was done at Mr. ThaUM s dwelling house at Chgpel street. At the rear of this building there Is a trap drain, bill the force of the rains lifted the cover. Causing the water to run all over the ground door, injuring a eonsMeraMa quantity of new linoleum, and ruing part of a stock of wall paper. Five or six persons were kept hard at work in looking after and securing the font! t era and other gooda Seine dtACUlty was SISO experienced at King str i I and Is of water poured down that place ami Roa he's row, adjoining t the residence of Mr j. f. p.ash- Hrfgh, Vybet-end, on Wednesday, Mr. j. Roberts of the stag or the pht- annle Society, wn presesited with a Bopper kettle and -pirit lamp on (lie occasion of his mai I Isio The pre sentatton was made bg the superin t. ndetit, Mr. j. r. Raahletgh. Mr. j. Jewell inn (deputy coroner) held an IngUOOt at Pool Based Insti tute on Monday evening on the body of BSUmh Jenkin. SI, a sim-'le woman, described as a retired 'mine girt" of Peace. lllogun. Bvldenoe was given by Mary Rich aids (niece) , John Gilbert and Dr R .1. stavae thai dee eased, who was for- ! nserty ,t "mine girl." slipped ami fell in the court of her house on lltl A u e I and broke one of her thighs eloas to I the Mp joint. Tin limh was Set and the patten! dhl fairly well for a time, ' but she died on Saturday from ex haustion ami shock following the frae t arc. The Jury return, d a verdict in nc- rordanra with tin- evidence. F. I). P.ain presided over a Well-attended Council meeting of tin Oomm waii County Chess Association at the library or Redruth hestttutkm on Thursday stwnlng The resumatlon of Mr. A. w. M. w- ftnn as secretary of the County Oorrea GRAND UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE 2 Acts Today 2 Abbott AND Alba ill a musical playlet "After Office Hours" and Williams AND Gordon COMEDIANS New Pictures i . sturtag "The Ranch Girls Terrible Mistake" pondenee ma tehee beinr annwnntthj tiM I hairman .l opo.sed (hit Mr. J. M. Psar be staetad to mi thai poHition. The proposition eras agvasd to unan imously, the chairman. Mr. Maker and others speaking highly of Mr. Mew ton'H Bcrvlccs. A vote of thanks wus conveyed to Mr. Mewton. OwinK to the reslKnatlon of the pres ident, Mr. W. "..h P.ndarcs, it was unanimously iiki'i cd that Mr. ('. Mas- son K'lX he linked to take the position It was decided that In the S. C, C. U match they offer to play Devon at Truro; also to ask Mr. J. II. Hlack- l.nrne to visit Cornwall and play at Truro and Redruth. A shoegtag fatality occurred at Com fold on Ttnsdnv moriilnn, a sliiKb man named James Imnstau of Penryn nvted ahont Ii."., being crushed to death by the wheel of truck drawn by traction SSgtBS OWned by Messrs. Rb kard of Penryn. Deceased was employed by the rm and srai rUHag on the front of the Mr-it of two mC0BS drawn by the cnlmV At Comfotd the driver. RiWUrd J. Tre vivlan, and the steersman, were In tontly watching a drove of plus In front of them. In charge of a man named Augustus Smithciam. of Tre a, inn eyaterj ParraaweUi so that no body Observed how tlm accident hap in n. d. Th. f nglSJH had not COIIM Up ti Rmltheram tvhen the l itter, on looking round to sat! fj bhnaelf that ids yogn dog Wai RO! too near the engine. BgW a man being pushed along before the front wheel of the first truck. He shouted to th. driver, who i.aniedlate ty pulled up. On trolnp; to thSCf com rade's assistance the driver and st. . rs man found him clutching with Ms livht band the bar connecting the truck with the angina lie had been dragged many x.irds. and the hover portion of his body was horribly mu tilated, ii-- BSttttered "I'm ktHad; I'm killed," an I In a few sci on 's was dead. The remains were tak ai to an adjoin in boUSS. and were later removed to Penryn for the manual A LITTLE MIXRD. Admiral Brand a luncheon in Pan I'Vanels 0, said of a naval policy he disliked: "It Is mixed and niogteal 11 re tniiuls me of Bob P i' I si i. who he came engineer on a submarine. Hob.' said a friend, donM ynu And it ila mi ei 1 1 ns work, this knocking ahont in a nulnnaflne sat p beneath the sea ?' " ''cs. very dangeroua' Backstay admitted, bu1 a man's gol to do some thing, you know, to keep his head above water.' " ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Scratch and rub rul and scratch 1 until y.u fi . i as if von oiii. i almost tear tho burning skin from your l .ly until it seems as If you could iu longer endure th ss sndless days of nwful torturi those terrilde iiiKht: 01 sleepless agony. Then a f- VV drops of 1 P. 11., tho famous Rcsems Bpeelfle and, h! what relief! The Itch Kcno Instantly! Com fort :iii.i rest at last I 1. !". I. is u simp'" external wash that cloanses and beals ths Inflamed skin as nothing elss can. A recognised Specific for IDIISeiWa. Psoriasis. Salt Rheum or any other kia trouble. We can tiyc ysi a full size bottle off the genuine D, D. i. remedy for si.OO and If the verv lirt Lottie fails to ti e relief it will not ooet you a cent We slea can give rou a sample bot tle for "Ti cents, why suiter another day when ;ou tan tot i. D.V gagls Drag stoic. Calumet, atlchlgaai Laurlum Pbarrnacy, baurluns, Kleh, Calumet Theatre THEATER One Night Only Thursday, Nov. 23d, '11 DO YOU KNOW that the DISTINGUISHED ENGLISH COME DIAN G. JAMES BANCROFT with bis Thori Bghtj first 'las I'oinpsny with all new scenery and costumes In the I ' 1 1 r 1 1 1 i Ft of all COmedr, the "Private Secretary" it has bean the sensation throughout Canada where it was witnessed on Oc tober 10. lllll, b) Their Kxcelh lil ies the Ivarl drey lady tlrey and suite at Ot tawa, on their last puhlic apiicaranee is Canada and its beating all previous records. PRICES Farqustte and two rows of Psr- quette Circle $1.00 BHance of Parqustte Circle 75 Balcony 75 Balcony Circle 50 I Gallery .25 Bex Sests 1.50 Seat on sale at Forater's News stand Tuesdsy 8 A. M. ON THE ROLLS IT CASH VALUE STATE TAX COMMISSION TO BOOST VALUATIONS OF IN DUSTRIAL CORP0R ATIONS. Lansing, fcflctu, pjov. 21 "Corpora- lions will he assessed at Ihelf oaah value, which means taking into ac count ever) Eaetat that determines what this actual cash v. da. . ," s ihl i 'hairman Thompson, of the Mat- tax commission in outlining the er.uree the commission win pursue In i irryina oul its announced policy of Instituting a campaign to bring industrial corpora tions under taxation at a higher val uation than their present assessment "We shall place an sxp rl need man- affacturer at the head of th, division to make the necessary Investigation, ami give him a force, of pra Ileal fac tor nu n to assist in the muk. Thi Value Of the realty of a m inufa. Hir ing corporation, its earning ability, the market value of its gtack, and all oili er factors which should be considered in determlnina its cash value, win be taken into account. The commls- slon has authority to samlne I ! and require n ports for its purposa and all iieessary information will be reiiilrcd." Give Present System Fair Tet. ii is tin- gem ral opinion h re thai the announced plan off the comiUUM OM means the postponement of legislative on aide ration of the corp. .rate excess plan of taxation rccoiium nded b) till commlsalon of tax Inquiry', it is not he HeVOd that a special SaSSrfOn I the le- i: lature will e called, because, It is polated out, the agssjaaitlon will be to wait until after the bOSMd Ol tax cien- misslomrs lias heen g-iven a c hance to arry out the provlatMS 6f the r seal taxation system and the opportunity is given to ascertain what the effect will in if the preeenl system .i taxation be- mes ill fact what it ha long Icon la name only, n method of s seeming property at its cash value. Then it will be a .simple question, it Is ni;t- gegtcd, of determining whether the syetcm is satlsffUetory, ('hairman ThomnaaU to i il con sider the matter at nil I Iff. alt and expects tile staff Will hlV I all llu information required fa furnish lo cal assessors with tin- data nc cess ir for putting corporatfaat on the rolls r for bringing this tfh iut by means .f review by the state board in case Jocal assessing ofllceTs fall t ass ss it llgure.s the stati assessors d',-. a ad- quate, Public Sentiment Favorable. "Mind you, this will not Interfer wilb the other work of the commis sion.' said the ohiirVrtan. "We lavi Held men out examining general prop erty now. and the iWH COUtlnil ir that work. Tills is simply a new lea tare, ami it is not new in one sense, hecause w e have been considering ihe matter for a year past. The trouble with the whole proposition has been the lack of public sentiment favoring th. valuation of state property at Its true cash value. Oi ii aha fly aeatlmeni has he. ii ve ering that way. but if the commission had attempted to fa values up faster than public sectional favored nothing would have been tain ed exo pt the destruction of the en tire svsiem. Now I bblleve the ntnle expects and desiii s that all proper" h brought to this basis." "THIS IS MY 5"jTH BIRTHDAY." Rev, Dr, Nehemleh goyntoa, the new mod-Tutor of the .Vithmal Council of Cungi igelluiful churches, was born in Me. Moi d. Mass.. Nov. II, I S.'.ti. and received his carlv education In the public schools of his native town. La ter be attended fphilllpe Academy and Amherst Otoflege, His theological stu-d'-s were OOBShlCted it AlidoVcr The- ologlcal Seminal v. PVoM this Institu tion be was graduated in and was ordained to the OotsBfegatlOnal mtnlstry the same .ar. i-'or several years Dr, Boynton wad pastor of the first Congregational church In De troit, where he came Into public no tice by rebuking the church i pte of the city for not stamping out improper thcatiieai performances; since ea hi luis been pastor of the Clinton Ave nue Congregational church in Brook h a NO! Q end of dainty jeweliy SJQ limit to our willing ness to show it. NO question as to the fairness of our prices. IVQ such stock of Rings in this town. lQ previous approach to beauty of patterns. I(J qual of our Watch stock. SJQ doubt as to our guar antee. SJQ repairing beond our skill. J()vember, 19" Warren Jewelry Go. CALUMET iCHICAGO TO HAVE $5,000,000 DEPOT PLANS PRACTICALLY COMPLETE FOR STRUCTURE OF ILLINOIS CENTRAL. M. C. TO USE IT. Chicago, Nov. 21. That the plans for the new .ri,00ii,iioo passenger slati f the Illinois Central railroad to he creeled at the southeast ( oi lier of Michigan boulevard and Twelfth street are rapidly ru -i rii completion is ei deemed yeateedaj b iiu- purchase by the railroad of the propertj adjoin- lug the corner on the south at a price of $:,'.o,i Although the tract, 100x:!l feet, was purchased from Hymn l.athrop of the reiil estate II nil of Whiteside & Went worth. It is under -tood that the rail road, which iias buagM udjolning properties, din-ctcd that the deal be eonsummatcd in Its interest Within the last lew weeks the company ha PaiT baaed laud fronting Indiana ave nue, in the rear Of the Lathrop holding-, and yesterday's transaction makes guessing a certainty, Wdl Face Boulevsrd. The new palatial depot will he 'the only one in Chlcage facing a boule vard. With the proposed widening .t Twelfth street, the inagn itlccut corner entrance will he the mnt accessible Hid one of the most beautiful from an architectural standpoint in the coun try. The estimated cost of th'' new sta tion win be between t4.hH.0t0 and 000. it will contain the hit . st h vices for the accommodation and con- I renloaoo sf paaaangara t 1 1 1 for th. ' suburban and through service. Escala tors will carry the passengers to the waiting and rest rooms and moving platforms 1 1 earrj the auhurbanlted to their w a iting trains. gpaClal cntranci s for automobiles, iiiil vehicles will be built. Instead af the old method of calling stations the latest inc. haiiica! announcers will be i installed, so that the caller, seated in j his office, c alling in a natural toive of I voice, can Inform person In any pari f the station Of the departure and ar rival e trains. ."Vw contrivances for the automatic handling of the mails will be a nov elty. To Have New Features. There win be two restaurants and 1 lunchroom, a Ixirhcr shop, a hospital, a rest room for Invalids, a nursery for Children, tWO information bureaus one '.r railroad ni.itt.rs and one for slran gafflj to the itv -a smoking room, a reading room, baths, drug store, eiaur store, news stand, and possibly a bank, which will be open both da) and nigln for the convenience Of travelers. when the Illinois Central acquired the old Dowts leasehold and building known as "Zion" at the southeast cor ner Of Michigan iioiilevard and Twelfth street, and later iM.ught the fee, olli dalS of the road when cl'iselv tpicwtion d as to the ultimate object of the pur- bane dmIUod thai it might be used far the erection of a depot at some future date. There are T'.tS rind 443 of ehryi species of roses knwn ant Ininuins. RED JACKET BUSINESS A. F. MENZEL INSURANCE. Kveryone should carry some insur ance. Life insurance is a safe guard that men should have, (let in a roihI company when you Insure. A. F. Men- aei 1-4 Quatta BulhHng. A. FAHLEN JEWELER. Dealers In high class waM-bes, clocks, .-llvervvare. BttS china, cm pot tery and stfd a brae. We can supply your every demand. We make glasses that ore guaranteed to tit your eyes. TWO barbers at the shop with the 4 magic words "WE CAN DO ANYTHING" Art Myers, Prop. BRACCO THE BAKER. The best people in faluinct use our l.read because It Is the best they can buy. All our bakery goods arc baked fresh every day. Try our Italian in cad. CLOTHES FCR MEN. our new spring and summer line, the latest novelties .' Imported and domes tic fabrics await your early consider ation. Ooods bought from us aiv sat isfaction. Bachor ,v Sterk, oak & 7th. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. The vOse man is always well dressed because he gets the best selection by ordering early In tho season. Spring styles now In. Pressing and repair ing. Matt Chop, Phone 63J. F. H. SCHUMAKER MEATS. eye arry an immense line of fresh m its. lish, game and oysters with which to please our customers. Spe cial attention and prompt delivery giv. en to all phone orders, rh .no 4. McCLURE'8 GARAGE. Most up-to-date garage !n the Cop per Country. Finest clnrs of repairing ami machine w. rk of all description. A rents for the world famous Mitchell Motor Cars N. Seventh St. Phone M. WEDDING INVITATIONS -Al I ING CARDS ANNOUNCEMENTS PRINTED OR ENGRAVED AT THE CALUrdET NEWS. jnj Its use is 1 health- uJ Liviii habit. It's I nourishing food antl a savory drink froir. old I oIlafhtL You've missed a real joy if 'oti tic not know the tempting; deliciousness a.ul real wholesome- The Cost of Living Never lessens the enjoyment of a trip ssj "The Copper Range Limited " It von appreciate perfectlot in dining-car yervi. e, take "The Cop - per Range United." Iteauliful steel sleeping CUTS, are now being run between Chica go, Mtlw.Hiki. ggtj the Copper t '..nutty daily via the Copper Range Railroad in connection with the Chicago. Milwaukee . St, 1'aul Railway. News Want Ads Bring Results INSURANCE. Fire, accident and plate glass insur ance. Real Batata and loans. We re eprethely solicit your business. Si sj before purchasing rcal estate. W. L Stannard, Agent. John H. Lcary. Mgr. SPECIAL MEN'S WINTER CAPS 75c to $1.50 NOW 25g HOCKING A CO. CALUMET GRANITE WORKS. Idea uf actarem of all kinds of granite and marble monuments. Cemetery work of any description mads to order, Agents for the famous Wisconsin Cranites. .'.th and ak Sts. Calumet. All trimmed hats for ladies and Children going at reduced prices. Call ind look th v.gj GOWAN MILLINERY CO., Seventh - Oah Sis. Caluiiu l. Michigan. HOTEL MICHIGAN. First -class FJuropoan notel. Buffet connection In business section of Ked .Tucket. Cor. 6th and Oak Sts. M. Bandcttlnl, Prop. LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING. Most up-to-date funeral directors In Caluimt. Furnishing. for all fun erals. Tho best livery outfits with careful reliable drivers. Licensed em oalmers. Shea gjroa Phone 81)0. Hot Roast Beef gaadwtchea Sauerkraut A Beans Plgsfeet and Soups. The Msjestic Mike Crowley. Proprietor. LAKE8IDE FLORAL CO. Copper Country'! larffeat and most , modern greenhouses. All vnrietirs of flowers, plants, shrubs and vines Beautiful floral decorations for parties, dinners, entertainments and funerals. McCLjRE AND RILBY. Finerf on all kinds of electrical ork. Lighting systems, phones !r. er.t. Our main obje. t la tx give our atnRedJ and wiring done. Agents for the(pntrons satisfaction In both price and fimoiis Kell Santo varum cleaner. . quality. Call and look over our go odd Tungsten lights In your store or home. J and be convinced. Grand Union Tea On ness of 1 properly made cup of Van Hou ten's cocoa. Get a can for a quar ter from your grocer today and use but half as much as is required of ordinary cocoa. DIRECTORY Meet me at Paul's Confectionery Store for a dish of delicious Ice Cream, rush California Fruits and a fine line Of Candies at low prices. MIKE PAUL, North 5th Str. WINTER IS HERE. To keep ofT the colds and chills, get your Whiskey at BEN BLUM'S. FALL SHOWING OF SUITINGS AND OVERCOATING J. B. RASTELLO, Th Tsilor, Orenstein Bldg.. 5th St. RYAN LIVERY A UNDERTAKING. Mwt up-to-the-minute eervlce tin the Copper Country. We are well sup plied with horses and vehicles and have competent drivers. All kinds of funeral supplies. Phone 25 G. Msrtini Co. Phone S. Calumet. Mich WARREN JEWELRY CQ. 321 5th St. Gorman snd. 1847 Rogers Silverware, I.ibby CLt Ulass, W. W. VV. guaranteed rings, Hull umbrellas, Waterman Pena PATRONIZE HOME BAKERY. See that yon ssg bread that Is m.'ido In your home town. It Is alwavs fresh er. We bake every day. Phone us your next order. VIENNA BAKERY. PI one 51L VIC HERMAN. Expert Photographer. Fifth at. rhvne US Thrre never was a time when the I C..ff e nuirket ran hieher than at ores.