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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE EIGHT i Huyler s, Johnson s, Park & Tilfords, Buntes and Kehoe's fine candies in 5, 3, 2 and 1 pound boxes for Xmas at Vastbinder & Read Phar. iuiidick TQUM NOW.) EXTRA HELP FOR THE POSIOEEICE RUSH OF CHRISTMAS MAIL IS AL READY BEGINNING TO CROWD THE LOCAL OFFICE. al- An Excellent Xmas Present my yo una; praon is MM at our SAVINGS BANK BOOKS. YOUTH Ml fel tl - 1 GETTING THEM STARTED IS THE FIRST LESSON. $1.00 will open an avcount. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LAURIUM Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits 135,000.00. Open every Saturday evening. For the Holidays V have ull Ki CIGARS packed la box. full MTU 1 II. :o and Calabash, Meerschaum M d Bnr Pipes. I i 1 The rush nf I'hristmas ma ready beg i n u I u l; to crowd UM emplo.v -MJ ut the Calumet poM office. Like condition pr vail in tin- village tif liuriurn iMuiiiir t ) coming week the local postoihcc will employ for ten day an extra clerk and two extra ear ners. I'i'Miiiiifirr Wlckstroin in anxious to give the beat possible service both in the city and to noMMM points wh.rc th.- so vice has h . n extended. Dur ing this season he says mistakes arc likely to oeeur. as every man la taxed to hit capai ify. and he advises groat .are in addressing letters and p.tck aea. Among the thing that aptii.il attention should be gIVtli to. he MVS. n cleirness and Icglblllt.v of pen "nan ship, proper postage for sp.-ial deliv ery and registered letters. No person should send a package without first having it weighed so that the exact amount of mstagc can be placed upon it. Many people during the fill It! Ml season lull to write a full address and name or fornet to put postage on tin package, and in this way the d fit ment is compelled to hold up mall, and often the Christinas gift is so delay ed that It does not reach the person to whom it is to be sent until after Christmas. Another thing that causes disap pointment h delay in mailing pack ages. if ten packages addressed to persons in distant cities or even ru ral districts are riot mailed until the day h! or., i'hristmas, so that it i Impot -iblc for the Mstal uuthoritli s a tot ward them in time to have them interi l.-.l by thf sender. Anyom- de- i in i to send mall to out of town l l.o M (tin find the exact schedule of trains. This will enable persons to forward mall matter ahead of time so that it will reach its destination either' exactly on time or within a few hours of it according to the fimc made by trains. POTS WILL BE BOILING. Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET. MICHIGAN. BtatetnoMt at ClOM Of Uuaii.css IX RESOURCES I., .it --. Mortgages anl Securities overdrafts Ileal KKt it' Kurinture and Fixtures .. 111. and and I tanks .tl.S7S.Ot4 N MM! IMtM a:jK.'.t.".i.jo LIABILITIES 'apiial S'oi k So: plus Fund l'r!livided Proll DcpcSltS .$ IM.eOO.OI 150.00H. to jM.::4!t.7l . :l4x, :.".;. n tl.ltMU.ll Salvation Army Pushing Plans for Christmas Dinners. Ad jutant B) mnionds Of thet'alumet BOrpi ot the Salvation Army announc ed this moriumj that the Christmas dinner pot will be boiling at a iium b.r of plai.s in Calumet on Saturday. Considerable progress is being made with the preparations for the annual dlstrilc.Aion of Christmas cheer to the poor. Contribution boxes are to he foiin,' In a lit I numb, r of the t'alit niet sto'-.s and aiithori.ed agents are Btaklni a anas. for funrs. Adjutant Symmonds states that con tributions of all sizes will be appreciat ed and will be made use of in the most pfCti1 way. All of those rtOCtve batftttl are Investigated found to be worthy of assistance. PLAY BIG MONEY GETTER. who ami v : LOCAL BREVITIES. :xHKxv!"'J"'" Fred Trouns. ii left yesterday tor liossland, U. C, whore he expecta to locate. Ceorge V. !:!. .u-r and a He left this afternoon for llutYulo where thc will epead Mm holidajs. Capt. William Haniella. of Pine street, has recoic.l from his re. . nt Ulncs, and Is umiln able to be out of doors. A number of Cihunet students at various higher 1 1 - -1 lutioi's ol li-amirm are exKcteO home next week to spend the holidays. Mrs. James HoatMO left yesterday afternoon . for Chicago o Join Capt James 11 oat son. who is returning from a vlalt to Ariz.i a. Harry Chrlsti. and son, of Chica go, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. ii. J. Vivian, or Kighth street, have returned home. C.eorge M. Urilliston, of tile C. & H.. returned yesterday from Cleveland. ., where he w.i- .lied on account of tin death of a r. latlVO. The members of the Q. tllustl Italian fraternal society will give a pfMMOMMlC in the Italian nail on Seventh sti.et the evening of Saturday, Dec J.I. The Uiuilum orchestra will pTOVMi music. The pictures illustrating the pcopl,-, customs and institutions of Turkey, which were MCtllblted at the Calumet Congregational .hutch last Sunday -veiling In boftnecttoa with an address bj K' V 1- K. Long, were very Inter esting. The aerlec will be completed next Sunday tvenlng. BROOKLYN TEAM DEFEATED. MANY MINISTERS in Nf These Four Points LARGE NUMBERS OF METHODIST PASTORS ARRIVE IN CALU MET FOR REVIVAL CONFERENCE. The two daya' revival conference the Houghton district of M. churches opened at the Caluno t M. church this afternoon, and will Good Indoor Baseball Game at Forest er's Hall, Wolverine. i;. w. U rt. lioston 4 3 1 .750 Washington 4 2 JM Brooklyn 5 2 3 4n.- St. Louis 5 L' 3 .400 The St. Louis t.aai of the W'ol verine Kcarsarge league. last evening de feated the Brooklyn team by the More of 14 to 9. In one f the most interest ing games played in the league this season. win Hiiton-n held Brooklyn to live hits and accumulated many strike outs. Sleep and Cornish were on duty for the HrooUlyn team and held their opponents to nine hits, also fanning ten and nine men respectively. The score by innings Is as follows: Brooklyn 000221022 St it MM 3 0 3 3 I I 0 0 x 1 1 The Koston and Washington lOMM will clash on Friday evening and M the teums nrc lighting for llrst place in the percentage column, an interest ing game Is expected. of K B. Coll- tlnue this evening and all day tomor row. Subjicts relative to revival worW will be dls, tiss.xl special ei mens will be preached this evening and tomorrow . veninir. K v. Josei.h Dnlton, or Manittetto, eUI occupy th. pulpit tonight, and Hev. Hartley Cana licld. of the Neisaunee M. K. church, tomorrow evening. only one important change has been made in the original prouram. Itcv. C. M. Merrill, of the Tamarack M. K churxh, will give the paper on "The K. MttOn of the UUTMOn to the Ue i -val."' in place of Co v. J. OL nickfor.l. who was to have had this MMjOOt, to niorrow morning. Mr. Ilickford la un able to attend the conference. During the stav at the visiting min isters In Calumet they will he enter tain..! bf members of the Calum. I M K. ( hurch. and others. It Is the in tention to make their visit as pleasant as possible. Following is the roster of ministers in attendance at the conlcroiice: IMstrict Supt. James Pa oe, Hancock; P. v. K. U. at.i Atlantic; Itcv. Ilcti ry Itogers, Italtle; Hev. Krnest lttown. Paraga; Hev. L Wilb'ox, Centennial; BoT, TI;omas H. Ccdlister. Champion Hev. i. L usborn. Crystal FkBai Rev. Joseph i lite hens, Ioll ;r Hay; Rev. W. c. lYaiicis, Qnlnni Bjon. w. B. Har vin. Hancock. Hev. A. 10. Ilealv. P. -wabie; H.v. II. C, Shaw. Houghton; Lev. W. Ok Front, Hurontown: Hev. H I.. lH'Wson, Iron Mountain; H. v. A. H. McConnell. Iron Ulver; Hev. W. I Cooinbt-s, lionwood; Hev. H. II Pious., llonw"d; HeV. J. i. Hallef. Ishpeming; Hev, I vvis Keast. Ishpem ing; Hev. S. It, Polkinghoine, Kat IMM: Hev . H. H. Malllnsoii, Like Lin den; Bev. M. H. Kldred. Haiirlum; Hev. Joseph Dutton. Maniuette; Hev. II. .Maga'nav. Mohawk; H v. Hartley c.iiin. id. rfeanuneo; Hev. w. n. cd- ly.ott, OoeOOMs; Hev. Rlcliatd 'arlon, Palnesdale; H.v. W. S. Smith. Tri inounlaln; Hev. C. M. Merrill. Taiuar- a. k; H. v. C. H. Hutledge. l-hpeining. Quality, Style, Durability and Fit can be found in our Furs MADE IN CALUMET Give Us A Chance to Prove This To You JEW Calumet-Phcc 999 - Houghto REPAIRING AND REMODELING CALUMET TOWNSHIP ARRIVALS. The following births were reported to To nun hip Clerk Qcocmj Martin this morning: (laughter to Mr. and Mrs. Micha' I Hirk of Pine sir. . t Ml M Mr. and Mrs. John Kutela, of l'irst ttmeC Cent, nnial Heights. I laughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Hichai d Murphy ol Caledonia stre. t. Boa to Mr. and Mrs Arvid SJ ilund nf Bookland rtroot. Son. to .Mr. and Mr;'. . ar William Martin f Florida bcation. Storm Sash Storm Doors We have a large and complete stock on hand. Order now and be prepared for winter Armstrong-Thiclman Lumber Co. George Barr bfcCothcheon, the au thor or ilraustark", or "A L ve He hind a Throne." to be presented at the Calumet theater Dec l'i. is ssild to h.ivo reci-lved over S0.000 In MM roaf Of royalties from the sale of the book. Judging by the sl.e of the nidi. nOta th. play Is drawjng he will receive more than that this season f rem the play. TO BUY NEW PIPE ORGAN. Ladies of St. Mary's Italian Parish to Present Gift to Church. SI Mary's' Italian church is to have a new pipe organ install d, the old in struiHcnt that has done dutv lot so MMM v.ars having outlived It useful ness. Some time ago the ladies of the parish met together, and decided to raise funds to purchase a new organ. A toaxaar was held for this put pose, followed by events of a social nature from lime to time, with the result that the ladies now havi almost enough money to pun base an organ. Plans in.i epeclflcatlona at organs are befm cived from well known lirms and it is probable a COS tmel will he let ne fore the holidays. The new organ will be up-to-date in every particular, anal will cost several thousand dollars. FOR AGED PEOPIE HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK What Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Profits $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 1325.000.00 That amount stands between your 4MMM and any poeathle loe. Why not hv n account with u? Thai is hal we era here for. and we'll eerve you faithfully and well. STATE SAVINGS BANK Old Folks Should Be Careful in Thei Selection of Regulative Medicine. We have II safe, dependable, am' altogether ideal remedy that is par tlcutarly adapted to Ike rnejalreMMnl of nged people and persons of weak constitutions who suffer from con-tl- o.-itlMii or other bowel disorders. We at-, no . ertaln that It will relieve tlx Complaint! and give absolute satisfae- tion in every particular that we offer II .viih ..or o.rsolial iMiaTanlec that it shall cost the user nothing if It fall In substantiate our claims. This rem edy Is culled llexall Orderlies. Kexall nrderlies are eaten Just lik candy, are particularly prompt and -- it. m-tnm. mav lie taken at any tim-. day or night; do not caun diarrhoea., nausea, griping, exceselv ollu r undesirable cffei ts Th- i have a va ry mild but positive un ,,,,,,n tin. ..rirans with which they com, i ,-ontact, apparently acting a - ..m,tH..n tonic unon the reiaxe. nmecnksr coat of the bowel, tkne n comlna weakness, and aiding to th,- Hovvels to mole vigorous and healthy activity. Three sires. Pic. i -a,. Mo l fill al our si ore in Hexall Store Vastldn.l.i ft Read. A (Jhrhtinas present that will last .1 lifetime "A Singer BeWflllg Machine." 4j:i r.tli St. Phone 94. M Miss Hazel Williams of Calum. t will nenttln m nor nale nf haMl-palntcd chi na, started in Houghton a week ugo, in t'aluniet till Christ ma.-i. Work en ilis I lay at Copper Range aBki sir.. !, near Sixth. II NOTICE Ti TAXPATEI I will be at the If Ml tM nil I Hank every day during baakln coiiimeni'iiig Friday, leecinbcr 1 the purpose of collecting taxes for Cal. umet Townshiii. 16 William i-imorr. Treasurer. PIANO OttO AN BARGAIN. Piano eased 7 octave organ, ami" new. nrl-inal price t4M), will at I! 1 $ti," on easy terms. Hermann's HELL'S "HUSTLER" ASH SIFTER RECITAL NEXT WEEK. AnnoonoenMttJ has boon Mnda nftba musical re. ita) to be given Thursday. Dec. Jl at the Calumet M. K. (hurch. by Stanley Martin, organist of the church, Mr. Martin has oat retnraeal from the Not thwestrrn iCnlverslty, where he made a thorough study of nam and it Is believed his recital will be a very i nt ens t i ll one. He will be aaaiated by some of the best Known laeal rocnliatn, The recital will 0Mn mence at s o'clock. A PLATER PIANO BAROAIN. slightly ahonerorn but otherwise H first class condition. Was $.V.u. Will sell for $.V.a, with ten rolls. Kasy terms. Hermann's. tf is the very sifter you've always wiahed for an en closed cylinder sieve that silts with the turn of the hamjrti so that Mhdas orone into barrel while the unburn, d coal rolls out into scuttle. Saven Tin;o, Work and Valuable Fuel Pits snucly over top of ordinary baud orj;nlv..ii ized iron .i.ti 1 in, so that all ashes and tut are con fined to barrel underneath. No Oust Can KBOBBC Sift- aw. : -k's ashes in few minutes na a-v a child can raa i. Care fully an. I aabataatlally made olgal- raaued iron ill joint-- riveted. Num ber 1 size is for ordinary household us. . Sl.all no deliver 01. u for you fSel I r obP?I Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET'S LEADING HARDWARE 'PHONE 163. STORE. TO LECTURE ON CHINA. Friday . v. ning. Rev. ( '. M. Merrill, f the T. mii uack M. B, church, will Uiv e a St. it icon le. t lire III the bur. h on !ilba." The lecture is l)e ng held under the auspices of the I0p- worth Leaejue, and will be ol npe Ml Intcreat to the mission study class. By the Evidence. Donald, aceil 4. had ben tr erhonl with an older friend and had seen the teacher put a star on the cards of each child whoso conduct had been good. Thai evening while walking out with hi; parantn. ba roinarknd after loohinp; at the starry sky, "There've been lols of good boys today." FOR YOUR XMAS BAKING rr. sh line of Shelled Nuts. Al monds, pecans. Walnuts, KaP Ini and l.ove Nuts. Fumy Table Raisins, Hidden Dates, Walnut Dates, Craaa Btuffad Date.-. Craaa Paja, Bulb Figs. Fresh every day Milk. Bwect Crenm that Whips." Sovci's Cookery bags.' A. BARSANTI & GO. The Kind The Duke's Di am. The dtil.e of Devonshire, who passed away some years ago, once said to a friend: "Yesterday I went to sleep, and I dreamed that I -a as addressing the botiae Of lordH, Rnd when I awoke I found I was addressing the house of lords." London Telegraph. P u 0RDW00D MORRISON ESTATE Is Your Coal Bin Full? The last storm found many people without much coal OB hand. Not so much because they did not have the MMMf but because a great number Of people don't think to order coal until the last piece i gone. W.'re going to have mote snow, so It prepared. Don't be cau- lit napping. Order while the streets are clear. EDWARD ULSETH CALUMET yards at T A M A R A CK . COPPER CITY, LAURIUM. MICH. MONEV TO LOAN ESTATE ON REAL INSURANCE RENTALS QUICK SERVICE FAUCETT BROS. A GUCK. Established 1892. CALUMET AND LAURIUM. EXPOSITION SALE Globe Tailoring Co. MILWAUKEE'S LARGEST TAILORS MERCHANTS MR. HARRIS, our expert designer is here a few days at J. B. RASTELLO'S with a Fall and Winter line of woolens in full lengths showing everything that is strictly New and Choice in Foreign and Domestic Fabrics. Your inspection invited. Here is an opportunity to save some money Christmas Gifts That always please, are doubly appreciated because they arc FUL, and become a continuous reminder of the giver. Our stock furnisihes cji'ts for everybody, OLD and YOUNG. USE- Skates Skis Sleds Razors , Razor Strops Guns Foot Warmers Ranges Tools Aluminum Ware Tea and Cc.'fee Pots Pecolators Chafing Dishes Manicure Sets Air Rifles Bath Room Fittings Thermos Bottles Sleigh Bells Silver Spoons Silver Knivei arul Forks Pocket Knives Scissors Shears Lamps Heaters Hockey Sticks and hundreds of other articles equally useful and suitable for gis. HIGH GRADE GOODS AT FAIR PRICES. Carlton Hardware Co. News Want Ads Bring Results -',VO.J','4M'A 400 5th Street Phone 164 Try One Tomorrow