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THE CALUMET NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER UM1. r r CHRISTMAS JOY IS ALL YEAR JOY WHEN THE GIFT IS A KODAK THE KODAK gives the opportunity for making that moit in teresting of all STORIES a PICTURE SfORY. And the day to bagm that atory iS tha noma day CHRISTMAS. Coma in and let us talk Kodak with you. Vastbinder & Read (Agents for Eastman Kodak Co,) Phur. HOW TO 8END GIFTS. HOW PEOPLE LOST THEIR MONEY. By imiih culinr It about their wson ; hy stowing it uway in nmga, Jiikm and Jara; by sewing it up In skirts and ticks; by tucking it under HH couches and carpets, in cupboards and bureau drawers; these are Miiur of tho ways by which people loao their MM . and sometimes THKIK LIVES. HOW PEOPLE SAVE THEIR MONEY H depositing it in a good reliable bank. Conlldent that this bank fully meets the public's needs, we tender iti services to all who believe In Ue ping mi the SAFE SIDE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LAURIUM Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits $35,000.00. Open evrry Saturday evening. Complete Line of Franco-American Canned Goods Purea of Tometo. Mock Turtle, Ox Tail Thick, Consomme, Bouillon, Julienne, Puntanier, Mutton Broth, Clear Vegetable, Vegetable Thick, Beef. Pea, Clam Chowder, Clam Broth, Petite Mannite, Chicken, Chicken Con somme, Chicken Gumbo Okra, Mulligalsnny, Clear Ox Tail. Clear Green Turtle, Beef Tea, Chicken Broth, Mutton Broth, Pates Truffled, Chicken, Chicken Liver Assorted, Plum Pudding Sauce, Custard Sauce. Concentrated Tomatoes Sc-up in 10c Cans. Received today largo ship ment of Dole's Pineapple Juice. Hints on Exposing Packages Safely and to Arrive on Time. A few hints for ahlpplng Christum presents b express ate j;in ly an express employe of Ioiik experience I who yearly wees many packages crush ' ed for lack of proper packing or sent ! ao late us to arrive after Christmas. Hays he: Ship your package early, hy Dei it n possinie. The express company will give you a small label to paste on the package reading, 'Pon t open Tntil Christmas.' This will insure the pack age reaching Its destination befon Christmas and give the additional pleasure to the recipient of the gift of having it Christinas morning. "I'so wooden boxes for packing. Ola or fragile articles should he well protei ted. It may cost a few cents more, but the danger of loss or damage in very much reduced True, If the shipment la lost or damaged the ex press compan will pay 'or It, but that will give your friend no pleasure. Write the address in full, state, coun ty, city, street and number, on the box or package with ink or crayon. Tags are ffuently torn off and lost. If you want to prepay charges, write the weid 'paid' in large, plain litters M the package. "Insist on a receipt and see that the amount paid Is marked on the receipt I and package, and the v alue of the package declared thereon. ' Write your own address in full somewhere on tho package, following the prefix. From "Knclose a card in each box or package, reading: From (your nddress here) To (Consignee'.- nddress here) "This In order that should the out er marking be destroyed the Inner mark will Insure prompt forwarding and delivery. ''If n t convenient to ship In wood Mi bores, use strong wrapping paper (not newspaper), and tie with strong cord. "If package contains anything of perishable nature, write word 'Peri li able' in large, plain letters on the box. or package to insure special attention and first delivery. "If you will observe these sugges tions yen will greatly assist in insur ing the prompt delivery of your gift it' d condition." J : LOCAL BREVITIES. The first rank will be conferred on Charity lodge, Knights of Pythias. Prosecuting Attorney Ma Donald re turned today from a visit to Chicago. Miss Mary McBougall, of Portland street, is confined to her home by Ill ness. Supt. Formla of ihe ojibway minim: company is In I'.iluuu i today on bus iness. A regular monthly meeting of the directors of the Y. M. C. A. will be In Id this evening ('hirlcs Howe, formerly of Calumet but now of Grass Valley, California is visiting local friends. . George H. V Mist on was called CANDIDATES CROSS BURNING SANDS SEVERAL COPPER COUNTRY MEN BECOME MEMBERS OF THE U. P MYSTIC SHRINE TEMPLE. The cry of the muoxxln w is again heaid from (he topmari pinnacle of the mosque of the upper peninsula branch i the Ancient Arabic unlet. Nobles of the Myotic Murine, yesterday afternoon and last nlgiit, the occasion being the to mid-winter ceremonial session of Ah- Clcveland. (.. veM.rd.iv. on account of med temple in the Masotii had in Mar- 38 Y LIARS IN BUS! MISS The Merchants h Miners Bank Calumt, Mich. Capital $15o,ooo.oo Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2io,ooo.oo Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Chan, fiiitfi;. Pree't Meter RejSJSje, V.-Pres't W.H. Anderson. V -Prrs't and Mgr. Mrphen Paull. Cashier J. Kdwhrd Mtepard. Ass't Caihier An Account may be opened with One Dollar Storm Sash Storm Doors We have a large and complete stock on hand. Order now and be prepared for winter Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBEt.L CALUMET HANCOCK What Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Prufits $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 f 125.000 00 That amount stsrids between four deposit and hh; possible loss. Why not hav n MNMI with u'' Tha'. is what we axa bre for. snd ve'll serve yonj faithfully and well. STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM. MICH. FRENCH SMUGGLERS. ; Ingenuity with Which They Evade the Customs Law. Pes rlblng a visit paid to the oufl ' toms laboratory a correspondent ejunt os the manager as saying that one en terprising Innovator In an endeavor to avfld the duty on alcohol had embodied If In map of which 70 per cent was i pure aplrlt. Then there is the imitation baby car ' ried by n nurse, who by n Judl'loin squeeze produces melancholy walls. A I bearse escorted by four undertaker's men and followed by a weeping fam- lly convoyed to the cemetery a coffin siiniptuourly lrated in black velvet which contained ISO liters of alcohol. , On" day a cart drawn by three ! I stiff rumbled Into Paris under the j nones of oar customs officers. Appar ! ently Ihe eart was laden with square ! blocks of stone; in reality every stone was hollowed and contained nlcohol. First rlasi railway carriage"! some time conceal lace, chronometers and SXpeaofve ennrs. Motor cars have false bottOMA big Of wood nro hollowed out. The informant went on: "Ono day the people of a little vil lage near the Belgian frontier were waiting for the Bishop of f'hlmny. whrt was crossing to conduct n confirma tion. All the villagers In their best clothes lined the road. Presently the carriage cornea In s'ghl. crosses the frontier, and the bishop carrying the pastrol cross very gravely, stretehes out a hand to bless the customs house officers, who bow their heads to re ceive It. Then the carriage ratal on. "Twenty minutes later there conns a second carriage, much less elaborate ly fitted up than the first, containing second Bishop of Chlmay! Suspi cion fell on the ecclesiastic, and ho was requested to leave his vehicle without dolHy and his carriage waa tan. sacked from end H end. of courae nothing is found. Not a stain on the i harnetcr of the bishop, who naturally Is the real one. "You remember how Henri Roche fort's paper La Lanterne when plac ed under an interdict under the em pire was amugglod in from Belgium concealed Inside busts representing IttpilWOW lit" (Mtag M to speak of tho various adulterations practiced the NMUMfer concluded : "But the worst crime of these peo ple is the nduleratlons of milk; 80.000 Frrneii children are annually poboned es. 1 deliberately say poisoned by adulterated or dhty or Infected milk." - Le Tern pa. The unappropriated and unreserved lands of this country amount to 711, 9K6.400 acres. News Want Ads Bring Results Try One Tomorrow MON Ev TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE INSURANCE RENTALS QUICK SERVICE FAUCETT BROS. A GUCK. Established 1892. CALUMET AND LAURIUM. the death of hia father. K tvoenaw lo.p , No. i!'. V. St A. ., til hold a speed meeting tonight when tho M. M. degree will be ooe leired. Sons were bot n J si erday to Hf, nl Mrs. John llcnrv Toms, of At- mtlc street, and V.i. .nnl Mrs. John oppanen. of Pir.e n et. l.eo (Jartner of t'.iliiinct went to Hancock this morning, where be wee ailed because of ihe serious illness of his father, Jacob 'lartner. John Bahor, formerly of the llrm of Bailor and Stork, expects to leave to- QUette. The illustrious potentate Having been "advlaod by hia sleuthb tlwit muiiy ejkweaheel nnm ef the deaefl Mivitai without tho eoasflnee of the oasis of Maiqinitc. ycaining to Join them selves to the faithful and to crosa the sands d' the desert." it was command ed that "these pariahs bo forthwith nriatufl. haled bo Ihe eeeeencei stamped with the mearlfl word natheremln' and made read? to ! alavea to the children Of the proph. t in the caravan formed to proceed on tho pilgrimage to Mec ca." This was done, end yesterday the pariahs wore duly guided across the morrow for Piatt Center. Nth., whore tiory-hot and shifty sands, afterward be may engage In bindings. The Boya' Favorite club will give a dancing party In the Light Gtietd Ar mory the evening of Dee. 27. A C. & H. orehoBtrti will render music. The Italians of Calumet have so' January 10 as the date for the dam e to be given in the Italian hall f"'- t4 kid of the Red Cross aocli ty of Italy. A son was horn last night to Iff nd Mrs. Peter R&rsotti, of Fifth street. Mr. P.arsotti Is a menilM r of the well known firm of It.nsoiti Bros. A fire escape Is betag installed on the north side of the I nloti building. Che device is In the form Of an Iron tnir8. leading to doors on the second ind third Moors. John YVenrne will be given I leaf ing before Justice JacKola this even Ing on a charge of defrauding his boarding house k !. 'oinpl., inl m the c ase was mad. b !c i lson. Fred Bobbins was celled to lehpeni ing yesterday in response to a tele gram annwagetoa, that his brother vu llam H. Robblns rai the victim of I fatal accident In one of the mines there. Township Treasurer William Lomore who is collecting taxes at the M . & M. bank daily, reports thai more than ?1.'"0 In real and pereoaal estate tax. have been paid t date. He expects a big Increaae in colleeltaM follow lag tho Decerahar paj -daj A regular meeting of the Calumet Olrl'i club will be held thi evening when Inatruction will he given by a member or the faculty of the Calumet high school domestic adence depart mcnt. A largo attendant o of member is expect, d. There was goad attendance at one and All'" lodge Sons of St. ('eorge last evening in the odd Fellows' hall Following tho regular routine of busi ness, a social session was held, which was much enjoyed. Several interest ing talks Were given on the good and welfare of tho order REV. J. A. ANDERSON COMING. District Supt. of Swedish M. E. Churcli to Hold Services. Bcv John A. Anderson, ef Mania tee, district sup. rintendcnt of the Lake Superior Swedish M. K. eoofereaee, will come to Calumet Saturday, and on Sunday will hold social services in the Swedish M. E. church on Sixth tret t. The first quartette l on few woe of the church is to be held fkiturday evening this week, and Bc v. AJftdl t Ofl will pre side. It Is expectt tl the confen nee will bo largely attended by the church mem bers, as well a.", the Siintlav servi'-en. Bev. Mr. Amlerson Is no stranger In I'alumet. having visited here on several oevnsions. His visit this week la be ing eagerly awaited hoth by the pastor antl cngreg;itlon. Rgssctal music will be rendered Sunday by the choir. Adrertlse In The News for raaults to be admitted l tho ranks of the faithful. These candidates who thua w.if Initiated into Ahmed temple numbered thirty -one. The list of the nea gapper com, try membeta follows: Albeit K. Potermivnu, i'alumet. Thou. as I'rtn. Mtdiawk. Thetaag h. Deii' atan, Mohawk. PVedrtek K. (luck, Iaurlum. JOhfl C Jeffery, llaia'ock. t'has. Howard l.an.r. Houghton. Chus. A. May worm. Mounhton. 1'itilil'k M. Pciiniston Han-tK'k. Officers Are Re-ESccted. The meeting was large ly attended by members' from gfl portions ef the pen insula. The i ulcers wore re -sleeted for a neei Ural d" one year, as fol lows: lltustriou: Potentate -Harry T. gggr ereoa), Chief R-ibban Fnineis M. Moore. An-lstant Babban lCvtit st L. Pearce. Blgdl Priest anil Prophet Thomas m. Walla, oriental fjttkfe -A. J. Young. Trensuier -W'illiain B. M.n'oinbs. Recorder i:. w. MaciMiciran. First Cercmoalal ifaatar Herman A. Itoktea. Becond Ceremonial Mooter August P. Johnson. Director Frank B, Sttdpe. ttoto ht Dire fit of flenaow a. MQmv hard. Marshal -Frank 5. Jellks. t'aptain of the Cuard lex P. .Mi ad.-;. t kitar Guard - Pi ralval J, i t if. Alchemist Angus W. Kerr. S:, egjd j( im II l'wls. feteWi it Lee hi Pondttl. Repreaeato tlvi i to the Counicll Ifany t. IPumeun. Richards. Herman t". TVacm r tJt, llanchetle. The rfsarte to the Imperlel council for the year ending June 1, 1911, show a total Shrine membership of lit, 7SL ii ret ga'M during tin year of 10,tt-. Daring the yaag four new temples were constituted under dl: ponsatton ar.d eight wire granted charters, mak ing u total ef iff temples. Imperial W. J. Char lei OFFICERS ARE ELECTED. Swedish Benevolent Society Selects List for 1912. At a recent meeting Of the Swedish Benevolent poclety of Calaanet. the fol lowing offleers were elected for the on suing year: Bi. -nli nt. i:i in st I'orsborg. Vice president, Pred Swunson. Si i rotary. IMw In Iianbom. Ptoanoe secretary. Arthur Danbom. TiaHMiei. Alfred Forsl.org, Trustees, Ota! Hedblora and Qua Praakajutatt Coadactor, Prod Bwaneeav oDor keeper, Victor Allstrom. i)on- kaeaati Victor Alletrom, The eooiety has enjoyed eery prge parang year and the membership has shown a sub: lantlal growth. The fl paactal COndltkm Of the order la sold to be in good condition. 1 " w eVeWendD MADAME ZENDA. The Famous Seeress,, at the Grand Theater AH Thi Week. '' The Most Economical Piano in the World " So complettly satisfying that tiny leave nothing to be dt sited Thuts strong language but muaiclana and critics who know t lie rata live merits ut piuuos concede that distinction 'o the runowged TONE of BxQulelte Rtchneaa, MATERIALS ai Ihe miv hiclnst tpialily. CONSTRUCTION the most durable known CASES of artistic and exclusive design. We aolicit an Inspection four Xmas block of A. B i l. , . other pianos. PIANOS FROM 175 UP. PLAYER PIANOS $350 UP- HERMANN'S 109 FIFTH STREET CALUMET NEW SINGER AT ROYAL. M. Li Silvey. who purchased the Royal lineal or this ereeh from Ooa, s. Bulllvaa, will return from t'hicngo to morrow, erkere he Sreal to engage an Illustrated picture voealkaL This tea - ture w ill bo Introdui ed tomorrow t t n Ing. BONO BIRDB. The t hoicest llartz Mountain 'anar- les, Andreaabarg Wktrhlere, Hate blrd Horaieh and Maacheateri are now- on tin marhee, Bead your order at once to A. F .Isler, 234 t'alume street. Lnirium. to ensure safe delivi ry fo the holidays. 7 Nomination and election of officer! for tho ensuing year for Calugtel Teal No. :'ls will be held on 'I' h u r.s. I i j even ing, Dee, Tth. The time for membeti transferring from Cluss 1 to Class i haw been extended to January 1st. Members who have gal transferred ami wishing to do so are regeuBted to a'- teMd one of the services this month, N. io. Betangle, Com. 7 ; -. Wright, B. K. NOTICK TO TAN BAY I 'US I will bo at the Men hants A Miners Bank every day during banking hours commencing Friday, I timber ipm r,.r the purpose of collecting taxi s for i',d- .. timet Township. Advertise In The News for results. 16 William Lageare, Tteaeurei You Will Find Lots of Things hero that make very ginxl t'hristnias tUfts. the kind of things that an useful, and at the same ttgM will pleti-e the one that receives them. A FEW SUGGESTIONS. Roasters, Carvers. 8llvr Plated Knives an 1 I'mks. S Ivet ware In ak Chests, T. i ami Tilde Spoons, orange and Soup Spin ns, Peak el icaivea Razors, Shears and Be! More, Mann ure S' t: Bcleaon In Bel -. Barney gt B rr Bkatt a, Automobile Skates, Tubular Siv.ilt i Skating Shoos, lipekai iRIokfjj Skis. Watt In s. At beahM Bad irons, leak Lagena, haling Dil In . Totds of all kinds. And many ot!nr arti' les too nil mermta to mention Keck one ti Hardware Co. CALUMET'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE. 'PHONE 163. Is Your Coal Bin Full? The last storm found many people without much coal 00 har d. Not so much because they did not hggfe Ihe mom y but because a great number of people don t think to order coal until the last piece I gone. We're going t have m " enow, mo be prepnied. Don't be caught napping. Order while the streets are i b ar. EDWARD ULSETH CALUMET yards at T A M A R A CK . COPPER CITY Clothes Rack and Christmas Tre Holder Combined Useful and handy every week in the year. A gtothei racH ' ' greet ceiaeliyi the arms of which may bo folded down when not In use, so that it m. is ho put aw i y t ti a r loset. By rcmovii'S l,,,tlt i, UK.: an Ideal CHRISTMAS Tnf:E HOLDER. ONLY $1.00 Carlton Hardware Co.