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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 19lf.
PAGE TWO THE OALVMET NEWS Houghton Department WANTS VILLAGE TO HELP WORK ROAD COMMISSION SUGGESTS NEW STREET, BETWEEN SOUTH AND EDWARDS STS. HOUGHTON. l'hf H. o rutii r ni-. tmjf of the Hough ton ioi.th II was In lil yesterduy after IM anil althounh several matters were brought up and freely discussed, positive action vai taken only In a few instance. t'oimty Rond Engineer Martin ap . .. i the oum ll and iufHt i Um i .instruction of a road between Sotttll and Edwards street a, west of Sixth, lolvising the trustees that this i would form a part of the pro Bjewd I 'untv roail between Houghton ;n:. I Atlantic and beyond and would jink.' it possible to greatly reduce the nr;o!- of the same. Action was defer red, but the members of the council will on Monday, in company with En gineer Martin, Inspect the proposed route. Attorney Joseph Hambltzer called at trition to the fact that the ordinances wore in great need of revision and It 1 1 finally decided that this matter should be left In the hands of Atty. Hambitaaff and Clerk O'Sulllvan. Tbi ) 1 1 . r hill of the county fair of $21 was remitted. The chief of police was instructed thai ho must not permit minors to frequent saloons during keno raffles for turkeys or aj. other time. ! W. N'lchols, agent of the South p Mining company reminded the e efl of the fact that the village Is using 31 acres of land for water sup ).lv purposes which belongs to that company, and suggested that he would r. commend that the company grant a selling price for the land of $200 per acre. IN PROBATE COURT. Summary of Proceedings Before Judge Bentley During Week. The following matters were dispos ed of in the Houghton county probate li t 1. fore Judge Q. Cm Bentley dur ing the past week: l'.ond of administrator and letters of administration filed in the estate of Joseph Selgneuri, deceased, appointing appraisers and order limiting settle ment of estate and order appointing time for hearing claims filed in the estate of Joseph Selgneuri, deceased, mg March 6, 1912. Petition for the appointment of ad ministrator filed in the estate of New man A. Metz, deceased; hearing De cember 23, 1911. ! n for tli.' appointment of spe cial administrator, order appointing s; . ial administrator, bond of special Mutiistrntor and letters of special ad ministrator and letters of special ad ministration filed In the estate of New man V Metz. deceased Order allowing account filed In thej estate of Malcolm McNeil, deceaed. i I'. tition for the probate of will filed !n tii- ist.it.- ,,f Charles Wesley Rlch- ln the estate of William Rosier, deceas ed. Inventory tiled In the estate of Sam uel J. Wullls. deceased. Order appointing appraisers tiled in the estate of Newman A. Metz. deceas ed. Order allowing llnal account and as signing and distributing residue tiled in the estate of Julia Murtha Urown. deceased. Petition for the appointment of ad ministrator, odred appointing admin istrator, bond of administrator and let ters of administration tiled in the es tate of Hannah J. Allen, deceased. order limiting settlement of estate and appointing appraisers and warrant and Inventory filed In the estate of Hannah J. Allen, deceased. Petition ..n.i order determining that there Is no inheritance tax due the ards. deceased; hearing Junpary 4, 1912. i Mdcr appointing administrator filed state of Michigan and assigning resi due. Order limiting settlement of estate and appointing appraisers filed in the estate of Antoinette Roach, et al min ors. Warrant and Inventory filed In the estate of Antoinette Rosch. et al., mi nors order allowing claims and for pay ment of debts tiled in the estate of Alex Iorenger, deceased. Warrant and inventory filed In the estate of "William rocking, deceased. Petition for the appointment of ad ministrator filed in the estate of Joseph NUra. deceased; hearing December 1911. Petition and order for transfer of stock filed In the estate of Jodokus Schneider, deceased. HOUGHTON BOWLERS WIN. Local Team Defeats Mitchells on Dee Alleys Last Night. The Houghton and Mitchell teams of Bel opper Country Rowling league played a close and Interesting match last night on the Dee alley which resulted in the local team taking the Hancock aggregation Into camp, win ning two straight games, the first and third, the visitors taking the second. The individual scores were as fol lows: Hancock Dover 148 14 14G Cox 174 146 lttf. McRae 1S& 137 193 Mitchell 165 167 179 Falrburn 188 139 17-' Total 800 755 855 Houghton Anderson 120 199 163 Wagner 138 189 iff SI.Kkett 107 148 147 Cornellier 160 155 167 fralaa 164 148 19c Total 739 839 84 The Calumet & Hecla team will come to Hancock next Wednesday night for u scheduled match with Hancock. ALL YOU NEED IS A CASGARET TONIGHT No Sick Headache, Bilious Stomach, Coated Tongue or Constipsted Bowels by Morning. Turn the rascals out the headache, the biliousness, the Indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and foul case tur them out tonight and keep f.iem out with Cascarets. Millions of men and women take a f searet now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or an upset stomach. Don't put In another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse and regulate yur stomach; remove the sour, un digested and fermenting food and that misery-making ga; take the excess Idle from your liver and carry out of the system all the decomposed waste matter and poison In the intestines and bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonight will surely -f-aighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A 10-cent box fmm nry drug store means a clear 1 a.l and cheerfulness for months children love to take Cascarets be cnuse they taste good never gripe or sicken. COMMERCE FALLS OFF. Coal, Copper, Wheat and Flour Ship ments Heaviest. According to the monthly marine re port for November, made public by (Jeorge H. Ranks. Junior I'nitcd States Engineer in charge of the Keweenaw waterways yesterday, there was a de 'reas. in commerce during the month nf November. A tdai of 1 1.613 tons passed through the channel, bound up and 86,533 tons, bound down. There are 121 boats bound up and 92 bound down. This amount is less than for I ' lobar and for the corresponding month In 1910. Coal, copper, wheat and flour con tltMlat the principal shipments, 130, 117 MM having pamed through, bound up. Copper shipmente up and down aggregated lv::'D tons, which at an estimated value of 1J.X7 cents during Nov crrhor were worth t 7 1 5.." 68. Th total shipments of wheat which passed through the waterways, hound down, were 7 bushels, and the flour ship- ments. 182.140 barrels. There were Iff passengers bound up and 224 bound down, thi number being almit nor mal for the month of November, when passenger traffic in very light. OFFICERS OF WOODMEN. Maple Camp Mod. th Woodmen of Amt rh a, of Houghton on We .In, s.lay vi ning elected officers for the year as follows: W A. Charles Mutter. Clerk J. G. Desrochers. Ranker Ed C. Krellwlti. Ks ort Frank Martin. Watchman - Martin Messner. Sentry John 'I,eary. Managers H. Plmstein. "William and Herman K. hi. CAMPS ARE VANDALIZED. Matter May Be B' ought Before Up per Peninsula Sportsmen. I 'In Foster, who has been In the woods for some time Investtgatln a in pridutiona on the hunting camps utid lo.lgen of lo. a; sportsmen, attributes these depredation to the desire of the trappers to keep the hunters nut of the woods. He suspects that the trappers have he.n trapping beaver and that so long as the hunters re main out of the woods during the win ter season, there is but little danger of di te lion, according to Foster. Sev eral camps owned by Houghton hunt ers have been burned down of late and others have been entered and ar ticle of value removed. Several in--st. uices have been noted where game w - t n and in some Instances the hunters have lost rifles and other val uable articles. Conditions have be . M such that hunters invariably re move the stoves and windows from their camps ach fall to prevent them from being stolen. It Is probable that the matter will be taken tip ut the meeting of the Fpper Peninsula Sportsmen's associa tion at Marquette next Tuesday and that some means will be found to coun teract this work of vandullsm. the smoking room opining on the log gia and make the latt. oint'ortable all inter. Sparrow bounties have been paid to J.e Dilacoll of Laur..in. who brought In twenty-eight birds and to Laurence Oultonon of Houghton who presented thirty -:lv e to Justice Little. PIONEER RESIDENT DEAD. Mrs. Mary Ryan Expires at Her Home on Portage Street, Houghton. Mrs. Mary Ryan, for fifty years n resident of Houghton, died at about 7 o'clock last night at her home on Port age street. Houghton, ut the age of seventy-six years. Mrs. Ryan was the aI.Io.v of the late Cornelius Ryan, who died about ten years ago, and she leaves me son, Joseph C, Ryan of Su perior, "Wis., and a daughtor. Mrs. Marv K. Croze of Houghton. Mrs. Ryan had b- en ailing for some time) pa1 and recently sustained a stroke or paralysis which hastened her demise Her son, Joseph, who was sent for when her condition became serious, was present when his mother passed away. P HOUGHTON BrtfcVIIICS The hearing of John Hakala, barge, I with assaulting Alfred Korpela with intent to murder last Sunday night, will take place Tuesday next before Justice of the Peace (('Sullivan. Ha-1 kala and Korpela hud an altercation ln a barn en the Rurkman farm. In which, it is said, the latter was badly slashed about the face and had his coat cut to ribbons. The Calumet Y. M. C. A. and min ing school basketball teams will en gage In a match at the mining school gymnusium Saturday evening. Twenty-three bars of copper and n truck that had fallen Into the lake dur-i Ing ihe loading of a steamer at the Copper Range docks were recovered this week by a diver. The value of the metal Is about $250.00. A pontoon bridge of scows was ex tended across the lake yesterday af ternoon between the Croze ship yards and Ripley. It Is a private way and Is nnt Intended as a general thoroughfare for persons crossing the lake on the i.e. m were celebrated this morn ing at St. Ignatius church In observ ance of the Feast of the Immaculate Conceotlon. A number of Houghton friends and relatives of T. A. Trevathen of Chns sell went to the saw mill city yester day to help that gentleman celebrate his seventy-fifth birthday anniversary. Mr Tr vathen came n Houghton coun ty In 18T.3. The steamer J. P. Walsh yesterday , oinph ted discharging her cargo of coal at the Copper Range coal dock and was moved back to the passenger dorks to he out of the way when re pairs to the coal docks are being made this winter. The loggia of ihe Douglas House is being enclosed with glass, and the window frames, 0 BOM in the glass Hre being put In place today, The Im provement will MM to the warmth of NEWFOUNDLAND'S RESOURCES. Beautiful Slate in Rich Shades and Fine Marble. The slate deposits , : . wfoundlitlld for roofing and other purposes are at Trinity bay. about l" miles by rail and steamer north of St James. They are 600 to 800 feat in width and ex tend for miles; 75 per sent of the slate is a bright purple, and the remainder of an attractive grayish green. They belong to the same geological forma tion (C.imi. i Ian) us those of north Wales. A large deposit of marble occurs within a few miles of one of the arms of Hay of Islands on the west coast of Newfoundland. The deposit is Mi te, t or more In width, and extends at least two miles in length. The marble is of I gbenut if ul green coir when polished :iur. has been pronounced by competent murble workers to be equal to the best Italian. A garnet deposit of exceptional pos sibilities has been dls overed n an Is lund situated In St. Michael's bay. southern Iahrador (part of Newfound land's domains), about thirty-live miles north of Relle Tsle In the straits. The Island Is about a mile long, half a mile wide nnd 200 feet In height. Tim v ein occurs on the south side of the Island, near the edge of the cliff, and is ex posed for about 300 feel In length and II feet in width. It is composed of crystals Of garnet about the si.e of large oranges, with sufficient matrix fa flinty quarts and mica) to hold them t mi tber. On the north side, about sixty feet from the solid vein and run ning pnralell with It. are pmaller crys tals, but much farther apart Rcy..nd the 330 feet In length the rook Is cov ered with sod. and It is assumed that this sod covers the extension of vein, i ver the south side i dge of the cliff, which Is almost perpendicular, the large garnets are profusely exposed down to above sea level This shows that the supply Is almost inexhaust ible nnd that they can be quarried at a minimum of cost. This garnet has been tested for abra sive work and pronounced superior for that purpose to any found elsewhere. It Is also thought that slabs of any size and thickness can be cut and polished. If so, it will be Interesting to building trades, as they would be exceedingly handsome, durable, attractive nnd new for both inside and outside ornamen tal work. Consul James S Reno. lid. St. Johns. BANK STATEMENT " REPORT OF THBJ CONDITION OK the Calumet Stale bunk at Calumet, Michigan, at the close of business. Dee. 5. 1911. as called for by the Com missi -r of the Hanking Dcpai tun nt : Resource. Ixans and discounts, viz.. Commercial de partment 378,326 57 Havings depart ment C.l 16 07 4421442 Finds mortgages and fccurllles vis., Savings depart ment 104.261 62 104.261 overdrafts 13 f.6 Hanking house, 50,000 00 Furniture and Fixtures.... Items In transit Reserve. Com al. Savings. rue from banks In re serve cit ies S7.519 29 6,249 26 U. 8 md National Rank cur rency ...27,201 00 37.500 00 Cold coin 20,oy& oo Silver coin 1.461 80 Nickels and cents .. . 172 72 86.44'. 1 Checks and other cash items 8.733 71 348 48 43,749 26 130,199 07 6,095 89 Total $742,094 Liabilities. Capital stock paid In $100,000 Surplus fund 30,000 I'ndivlded profits, net 24,144 Commercial de posits ulJeetto check 285.785 11 Commercial cer tificate of de posit 85,000 00 Cashier clieoks outstanding ... 750 52 Due to banks and bankers 212 58 Savings deposits (book accounts) 130,857 32 Savings certifi cates of de posit 85,345 22 f.87.950 BLACKHEADS. ECZEMA, DANDRUFF AND OTHER SKIN AFFECTIONS WHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP ARE USED. The Dntirium Pharmacy and Kagle Drug store saw We are so confident thai .KM" i I BRI0O SAP used to gether will rid the skin or scalp of In fant or grown person of PIMI'DKH, RDACKHKADS , FJCZ M A , DAN DRUFF, INSWT RITKH or any form of Itching, irritated, disfiguring skin or scalp trouble, that we do not hesi tate to recommend these clean rellned remedies to every person who desires quick relief and a cure from (inv form of aggravated skin or scalp affection. Oftentimes one bottle and one cake of soap will cure a minor case of skin trouble. ZRMO nnd ZK.MO SOAP produce so nnd swift results. You will not suffer nnother day after you commence to use them. You will feel like a new person ZEMO and BKMO SOAP can be ob tained from one h ading druggist In ev ery city or town In America and in Kagle Drug Store, Calumet; and I.aur ium Pharmacv, Iiurlum. Guarantees A&ain We sell nothing but nation-wide advertised, guaranteed goods. This guarantee goes with every piece of 1847 Rogers Rros. silverware we s. II. m m GUARANTEE Every piece of silverplate bearing the 1847 Rogers Rros. trade mark Is guaranteed by the makers to give perfect satis faction In every respect. MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., MERIDEN, CONN. Initials engraved free. Warren Jewelry Go. CAM MKT. BARGAIN BULLETIN FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY AT THF- Red Jacket Boston Store Pine and Fifth St., Caiumet Kiom :i to i Saturday forenoon we place on sab $.'.00 shoes at lot Dadlcs $1.00 Ladies' Storm Rubbers all sizes, per pair IJDf4 From 9 to 12 Monday forenoon w place on sale looo yd. double fleece Shaker Klanioi. regular 7 '4c nuality, ;it per yd 2 2f 100 small slsse Rlankets, colored borders, while the lot lasts, go at, 23r SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Kine limn Window Shade-, th,. fg) kind, fO at, en h 1 7C lM trimmed bats, value-, up to 8, at . .$1.98 anl $2.8 Ladies' line Itaaaai WTwsppatu 1 10 values HOO ' fine Sweaters, 1.:a) valuea al $1.50 Misses' fine Sweaters, values up to $ ..i 1)S" $1.39 M'i BM -uspi mlcrs. at. per nir ltf Men s M Overcoats. MCb $7.!0 Rovs' $G Overcoats at SSi&S I ' Aviation Caps, value up to 11.,.. ;it OHO Lad lea' Bm Tors at big savings 98 to $1C50 Om lot Men's i n i Boya' Sweatee a i ich 3r WE GIVE COUPONS ON ALL CLIO. Red Jacket Boston Store PINE AND FIFTH STREET, CALUMET Total $74L,.0'.t4 97 STATE I F sf lCHlOAN, County of Houghton, ss. f. Frank J. Kohlhaas, cashier of the aliove named, hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and correctly represents the true state of the vara! matters therein con tained, as shown by the books of the bank. Frank J. Kohlhaas, Cashier Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 7th day of September. 1911. (Seal.) Dan. D. Maclntyre, Notary Public. My commission expires Sept. 15, 1915. Correct Attest THOMAS IloATSON, HOWARD C l.SK I'll. JOfOOra VKRTIN. Directors. BANK STATEMENT. REPORT OF THEJ CONDITION OF the Merchants & Miners Rank, at Calumet, Michigan, nt the close of bus iness Dei ember 5th, 1911, as called for by the Commissioner of the Ranking Department- Resources. I .".i us and Discounts, viz., Commercial department ..$1,348,598 49 I'.onds, Mortgages and Se curities, viz., Commercial department .. 223,129 40 Premium account 1,367 00 overdrafts 659 05 Furniture and fixtures . . 6,000 00 other real estate 20,000 00 Due from other banks and bankers 1,162 '.'5 Items In transit 1.754 05 Kes. rve. i 'onimorclal U, S bonds 10.000 60 Due from banks in reserve ci ties 731,708 24 IT. S and Na tional Rank currency . .. 134.883 00 (bid coin .... 46 792 50 Silver coin ?.240 60 Nickels and cents 568 96 931.193 30 Checks, and other cash items 4,841 60 Total $2,538,605 84 Liabilities. Capital stock puld in $ 150.000 00 Surplus fund 150,000 00 I'ndivided profits, net ... 90,349 71 I lvblends, unpaid 20 00 Commercial de posits subject to check . . .$1,666,497 73 Commercial cer tificates of de posit 473.664 81 ('ashler's checks outstanding . 2,345 08 Due to hanks and bankers B.728 51 2,148.236 13 Total $2,538,605 84 STATK OF MICHIGAN. S3. County of Houghton. I, Stephen Paul!, cashier of the above named bank, do sol emnly swear that the above state ment Is true to the bent of my knowl edr and belief, and correctly repre sents the true state of the several matters therein contained, as shown by the books of the bank. Stephen Paull. Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this seventh day of December, 1911. (Seal.) Emll H. Manger, Notary Public. My commission expires January 27, 1911. Correct Attest: CHARLES MRICCS. JAMI 'S i ll Y HVKTII, Nt 'R Vf AV M Ai 'l" m I LD. Directors. jA fcil I aiijsL. KUH NATHAN A rilCHCK CO A Big Suit and Overcoat Sale That Is Out of The Ordinary Saturday begins a great sale and with us it will be a very busy day. People will come trom all parts of the county to share in our Wonderful Suit and Overcoat bar gains. Just think right now the pick of Blumenthal's Finest Suits and Overcoats selling at end of the season prices . . . $s AND II BUFFI and COtATO -JO w 4) O)o 110 AND HI BUTM AND chats AO now y.vo $14 AMi 111 SUITS WD OOATS f fQ NOW VeVO 111 AND 11 SUITS UfD OOATS tt fltt Now II.VO M SUITS and OOATS III SUITS AND COATS JgJ 4 SUITS an d OOATS I ff AG Si w I VO Ml sens and OOATS 1 O AO now IO"0 $:'C and M SUITS AMD OOATS Q Qj This reduction includes all Overcoats and Fancy Suits. Staple blue and black suits will be reduced 20 This store is selling more Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Men's Underwear, Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Caps and Hosiery than ever before in its history. Reason: Particular buying makes selling easy I BLUMENTHAL Calumet's Leading Clothier " Ask Any Man In Town" faHjjHflfljj, sasssssBSBsssj