MuuD.. . JANl C , IS.
THE CALUMET NZWS
If experience, the best drugs and con
scientious and exacting work will fill per
scriptions as they should be filled, per
scriptions brought to us are filled right.
3 Registered Pharmacists
Vastbinder & Read
46 NEW CASES ALL VOTERS MUST
OF TUBERCULOSIS BE RE ENROLLED
HOUGHTON CO. SOCIETY MAKES ENROLLMENT DAYS ARE JAN
REPORT OF CALUMET WORK
FROM SEPT. 20 TO
START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT.
Insitad ol rmfrllH not to do something- resolve to DO some
thing. START AN ACCOUNT WITH THIS BANK
anil mMn lo increase It regularly.
SEEDS CANT GROW TILL PLANTED.
Small account especially aelcuinc at this bank, for all large de
positors were once small depositors.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LAURIUM
Capital $100,000.00. Surplus and Profits $35,000.00.
Open every Saturday evening.
Cold weather doss not stop us from ha
J nath.in Apples
I'lorid.i fltnin runt
Ma 1 !i , a
A I ISOM i nan gee
Hum h Carrot .
r'r-n n Kn !i
Horse Radish RoeA
mg good things to eat.
i stor plant
S I Ml 1'otaloes
Qreav r ppcrs
Merchants & Miners Bank
.Surplus and l'ndi ided Prollts
UaMMta of Htockholders
tea, ihmi mi
Charles Hriggs. I'renident . Peter Ruppt Vice President; W. U. Aft
ierooa, Vice PtQeidsnl and Managi-r Stephen I'auli, Cashier; J. k.
Shepard, Assistant Cashier.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
AN INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED WITH ONE
The following report of Ciluinet
i home and dispensary oases, covering
the period of Sept. JO to Jan. I. Is sub
mitted by the Houghton County Anti
Calumet Home Cases.
No. of now cases 8
(4 men; 4 worm n
Diagnosis Advanced, 3; (I woman.
mat ii 1. having four children under
1.' years of age: .' single men.)
Moderately advanced: 1 woman liav
Iiik 1 child.
law i 'l- nt, 1: questionable. 1; No.
Nationalities Pinnish. Finnisli-Aiik-ii
an, 1; Polish-Amerioan. I Irish
l i 'roati.m 1; Knglieli. l: American. I
No of death. 5 ( '1 single men; - mar
ried .nen, b-aving 10 children under 11
years if age; 1 married woman leaving)
.1 children under K yeara of age.)
of families receiving milk S
No. of cases reported to board of
No. of cases rejnrted for fumiga
No of unsanitary conditions report
ed .: .". 1
No. of Minium examinations 3
(Positive. ; negative. I.)
No. o Von Ufajisol tests 4
(rVtsltlve, negative, .'.
No. of Mere tests 2
No of ytfltl to patient 175
other visits 45
No. of oases being vlslte.l 106
Total nuniher of families getting
county help 26
No. of cases that should be In a
(Advanced, 6 men; " women, expos
ing 1 people: moderately advanced,
7 men: 7 women; 6 children, exposing
No of ctN sleeping out 6
(Tent j window tents, :': porch. 1.)
No. of clinics 14
No. of new cases 38
(.4 (hlldren; X women; I men )
No of tc-examlnations 67
Diagnosis for tho ,1K new ease In
cipient, 4 ( man. married; 1 chil
dren i: moderately advanced, 2, (.'
women, married): abdominal tubercu
losis. I child; quest ionablo. ir,, (3 men.
married); :i women. (2 single. 1 mar
ried: 9 children); non-tubercular, 16.
Nationalities Finnish. ; Finnish
Ameiioan. 7; American of American
and Canadian parentage, r; American
UARY 27 AND APRIL 1 NOT
ICES NOW BEING
COIDENWEDDINCThcsc F(Mjr Points
Township Clerk 5eorgc Martin Is
mailing primary enrollment iinnouiiee
rn. nfs today, to be posted in the pre
cinct The announcement states t li.it
enrollment will take place on Satur
day. January 27. from 7 o'clock a. m.
until ', o'clock p. m for the purpose
: enrolling the names of all persons
of whatever political parties, who
mike personal application for such
I'Yiiowiug In a brief statement of
the different ways in which enroll
in nt can be made in Hie township:
Knrollment dates are January :'7 and
Knrollment may be made by per
sonal application on enrollment days.
Hy a written request aeeotnpanlo.l
l.y affidavit, an elector can enroll any
day. but cannot vote at any primary
held wlthta two months. This affidavit
.mi,' application must .be delivered to
the township clerk, pf other officer in
charge of the enrollment hooks.
An elector who was sick or un
svoidaMy absent on enrollment da.
or who became 1 yean of ng or an
elector after enrollment day, can have
his name enrolled on primarx election
day md ote.it that election by taking
the necessary oath.
If an elector who has been dulv en
rollfd. as above, changes his residence
from one precinct to another he can
be enrolled In the new preclncl by ob
taining a proper certificate from a
member of the enrollment board of the
pro in ' w herein he formerly resided,
Mating that be la duty enrolled In the
pn-cim I from which he has niove.l and
la entitled to enrollment In the new
precinct, or bv taking oath.
So i orson can vote at any prlr ary
election in Michigan unless his name
has been enrolled under Al t Iff, All
enrollment prior to Auamal t, till, is
void. An entirely new enrollment Is
required. An ele tor who neglects or
refuses to give the name of bis politi
cal party cannot have his name enrolled.
mill l tWJMH Ml IIMeM
: LOCAL BREVITIES.
1 1 H eat4MMMMI w
Of Austrian paientng.
Aiuerlcan, 2: American of Krench-Can-ndian
parentage, rt; French-Canadians.
1: American, 3; Kngllsb-American, 3:
Sent to tho county bo-pital, 1 man.
No. of deaths, n, (I child; 2 men.
married, leaving 7 children under 13
years of age.)
THZ TENNESSEANS COMING.
oi the pagM in Inning Hullding
Material from mind and have a
look thrmiBh our stoi k. note the
quality we ilispa, our ability
to make quick ih lh cries, and
then i.onider tiiat our prici an:
nnMV wveri ir you.
If vn'li Mihnnt jwir speiifi's
tions to mi we'll pro e our as-
Armstrong-Thiclman Lumber Co.
I'h. next attraction of tin f, M. C.
K, I'ceum MNHfM he offered at the
Calumet theater one week from to
night, will he the "Tennesseans," a
tTtMIpe Of colored JnbtlOO siners. Thv
rooipaiBy lit said to be one of the bet
that has ever been brought here.
Head- I by B. S. Thoina.-. the well
known Afro-Aim- loan basso and the
Olyntphl Ladles, a coloreil ipiartette,
the troupe is composed of seven ac
complished vocalists and stringed In
strument performers. It is believe 1
this attraction will prove fully as suc-oe.-aful
as the others that have been
given in Calumet
All men are ambitious. Some
nmbltl ins 1" live without work
GET YOUR MONEY BACK
What Makes This
Undivided Profits .... $25,000.00
Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00
82R,iMo oo 'rnAi tm Junt Binnda between your deposit and any
Why not have n a count with us? That la what we are here
for. and well serve you faithfully and well.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
News Want Ads Bring Results
If This Medicine Dots not Satiafactori
ly Benefit You.
Practising ph sk lans making a spe
cialty ol -toinach troubles are really
responsible for the formula from which
Rexall I)spepsla Tablets an m.Kle.
we have simply profited by the expert
en e of experts.
Our experience with Kexall Iyoaejp
la TahletB leadu us to believe them to
be an excellent rtmoeT) for the relief of
mute indigestion and chronic dyspep
sia. Tlxlr Ingredients are soothing
and lu.iilnn to the IntUUped niem-
hrane;- of the stomach. They are rb h
In Hsln. one of the. greatest digestive
aids ktlov n !! medicine. The relief
Me aMord Is almost immediate. Their
iihe with persistency ami regularltv for
a short time helps to bring aAiout a
cessation of the pains caused by stom
al b disorders,
lU xall I)v spepsla Tabids, aid to In
ure healthy appetite. aid digestion,
and promote nutrition As evidence oj
mir sincere faith in Hexall frypoism
Tablets, we aak ou to try them at our
risk. If they do not give you entire
aatlsfaiction. we will return you the
mom vou paid us them, without
nuestlon or formality. They come In
throe aJneoi prices 1T centf. 60 cents,
an. I tl iMt. Remember, v ou can ob
tain them only at our store The Rex-
II (Sore. VaHtbimh-r - Head.
i mer Hover haa returned from a
vlell to I t!o, Iml.
Jatnea Trebii4 , (K haj returned from
a visit to lshicmiig.
Drneel Wmii )a, returned from
v isil to ChcJoca. this tate.
John MacNril has returned from
Ann Arbor, where he spent the holi
days. Cbronor and Mis. William Kalian
of Ma.e'in. have returned home after
v isltin Calumet friends
Mis.-, Mabel Roberts is expected home
delay Unas, i hivagq where she has
been visiting for the past ten days.
Mrs. Joshua 1. Yeah' of Xot ih K ar
sargc bus undergone a tUCCHOftll oper
ation it kiM falumet PubtlC hospital.
Mrs. Henrv Porth of M4IW4MtkOjO, iv
riattlnfl for slmrt time with her par
ents. Mr and Mrs. John CHeVOTi of
The menibers of the Knteiiaimr-'
elub Will give a skating partv at the
Park Ice rink January J4. A good time
is pron:sed all who attend.
The examination Of Crunk Kieanli.
charged with assault Vlth Intent to
kill, on complaint of John GhMpttriOi
will take plac in .1 us I no l-islor's court
tnlo afternoon. The deHndnnl la held
at the L'OUUt) Jail on failure to secure
ii Kate r Uunbort baa arrived
here from Ann ArlMir. and will spend
a few ilas 111 Calumel. Y'hile here she
will make arrangeme,nls r.r the re
bijilding of the I.ambeit building on
North Fifth street, recent I v destrove!
The Calumet branch of the Uritish
Am. rban club will hold a meeting tills
evening In the (MM roHowo' hail on
l ifth sheei, It will be addressed by
Attorney W. J. MucDonald. John T).
Kerr and William A. Ilateman. 5oorgft
Williams slso will speak.
"The Early Life of David Copper -
neld" Is the title of a very interesting
ptetnro m three reels to be shown at
the CronMI thealer this evening. The
picture is sail) to be one of the best
that ha- ever been shown here ami of
a highly educational natdre.
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THt NEW YEAR STARTS
BLOG aV LOAN ASS'N.
FAUCETT BROS. A GUCK.
WARM FIGHT FOR OFFICES.
John Soehar Elected President of St.
Joseph's Slovenian Society.
A warm Hght for rfH ee took place
vesterday afternoon at the annual
meeting of St. Joseph's Slovenian so
i ictv one of the stronger ! so. letlee of
the prder in the conntry, John Speoer
was- ele t"d pi . v,ent and John Suni Ii.
treasurer, over thriH Other i ontojftantB
In each instance..
The Mooting was held in the base
ment of St J,, eph's ohufCh and was
largely attended. Hallotlng oOCUPlefi
more than an hour, and the results
were oncer!) a waited.
The iMitestants tor the office of
)ircs1dent wer.- Jfdin Speluir. Matt I'. K
Kobe Matt ln olloh and Mike Nunl b.
Mt. SH.1ar was the successful candidate.
Those conie.' ting for treasure.r were
John Munich. Joseph Hrebnak. Tony
St.ik and Maiun Murin Sunieh won
The ntfli it" elected vesteTdsv for
the Ml ning term are:
n esident .lobn Spehar.
Vice President John Oaavoda.
S- letat: I ph St. . me. .Ii
Assistant S..r'itarv John Ci.
Steps Will be Taken to Provide Bunai
Place Near Ahmeek.
A niei-tlng was held last week at the
lire hull III the village of Ahmeek, for
the purpose of forming a cemetery as
sociation, savs the Keweenaw Mlnet.
James A. Daley was selected as chair
man and William K. Smith ns secre
tary. There were a number present, an
Of whom subscribed for stock. A aee-
nd meeting was held WcdnoOOOl
evening, when further Steps were taken
In the matter. The following 1h a IM
of those who have already taken slock
In the RSKoci.tih.ii
John Heiistroni. Jnqoh BMIhSjer, Cui'.l.
Tauiiainen. Malt Kipina, Andrew.
Anton Jiletela. HeMT Bietfhj and .las.
Xordsftroin of Alloues; is;ir Kocko-
nen. N. A. Lempea and Jacob Kullio of
Calumet; J. P. Peterroann r liur-
inm: illiaiu I'ltti. Peter Kaapo, Nils
o N'ordstiimi and Jacob Wiinnmaki of
Keavsarge: Oeorge It. Foley. Kilvvard
l-Vlsk. If I .. Kndeii. T M. ltd rv man J
A. Daley, and Wm. B. Smith of Mo
hawk; John Olds. John D. OWlH
Ifnuiioe Kenel, A brant iihti. J. a.
Hamilton and N. J. Wc.( '.er of Alt
It will be known as the North Star
Cemetery Association and the location
of the new eeinctorv will be but I short
distance north of the tow nsite of Ali-
Tlie need of a cemetery in this vi
cinity has long been recocnised, as
the distance to Lake View cemotor.
Sap eC hilly In COW winter weather, ha
caused eonsiip ra Me suffeting. particu
liuiv when the weather has boon Of the
r.em variety with blustery winds.
The new association will have
capital slock of ltfi.Sf.fS, divided Into
kSSS shares of a value of t each. All
of this, liowever. w4ll not be sold, as
the leellng of those subscribing for the
slock, is. tliat hut j.Mi shares will be Oil
that will be s dd this year, the proceeds
from Usht sale to pay for tho land.
and for the improvements of a portion
ol the land.
ST. PAUL CHANGE8 SCHEDULE.
A change f s liedule of Hie St. Paul
train went into effect toda.v. Accord
ing; to the new arrangement the train
will lie due to arrive -4n Calumet at
IttfO) each iui instead of l.a.'i o'clock,
(r "i minutes earlier. The train v ill
leav e the South Shore depot at A.
daiiv, ummnonclnej iimI.iv, Isstostjl ol
H: Li as heretofore.
The St. Paul was lour hours late bg
day, and ninanftciiiento were mods to
meet the train at Keweenaw tay with
a spec ill nad transfer passengers.
The St. Caul was snowtMMlttd vester
day woniewhere between Chicago and
Trm . -jt where m can help ou.
I'hone 4U7. We will deliver yoin
onlei for be Cieam. fnSSloS,
Tresh and Fa my Kruita and
N ext tables. Immediately.
A. BARSANTI & GO.
MR. AND MRS. BRUNETTE. 134VI
ROCKLAND STREET, MAR
RIED FIFTY YEARS
Mr and Mrs. IVIei Bmnette, oi 1SS
Rocklaiul street, will celebrate their
golden wedding tomorrow. The chd
dreu and grandchildren of the couple
will h present, and thf celebration
will be made a most fitting one.
lte. Kr. PolOSOnOUlt Of St. Anncs
church, will celebiate high mil" to
imrtTow moitiiiig m honor of the OOOsV
alou. and it is Otpeotool a kOffjO con
gregation will be prcs4'iit.
Mr. and Mrs Itininette'. who are old
pioneers of this section. have nine
children living, three having crossed
the great dtv nle
Mr. Hrunette was born In Soiel,
Quebec, Canada, in 1 and came to
the copper country Just twenty yean
later, in lk"3. He was In the employ
of the c. &. II. Mining company con
tinuously for 4;t years, and is now
living a retired life. having been
placed on the pension list by tin CQ4tt
Mrs. Itrnnette was born in Si. Dai
tholoniew's. Quebec rovincc, in IMS,
coming to the copper country with her
parents when only nine months old.
In addition to the nine surviving
children there mo fourteen grandchil
dren. All of the children have arrived
M Calumet lo help their parents cele
brate. They are as follows: Mrs. John
ii . im Dtltttth; Mrs. Crank Madden,
Duluth; l-Yank und John of Hutte.
Mont.; Joseph, of Phoenix; and Mis
Horace Rrotilette. Kdward, Mrs. John
: and Miss Julia, of this city.
Quality Style, Durability and Fit
can be found in our Furs
MADE IN CALUMET
Give Us A Chance to Prove This To You
Calumet-Phene 999 - Houghton
REPAIRING AND REMODELING
Channlng, ami piss. 'tigers on the train
bound for Calumet did not roach here
until 3 o'clock this morning. A num
ber of ISttaJ teachers won on this tram
traveling in a special sleeper. The M.
It. It. sent a special train to Than
ning. and Inconvenience as far as
possible vva.; avoided bv tho local ofA
t ia Is.
The Imi so, of loelatnl are shod with
Sheeps' horn, and those of Soudan Wear
a sack of camel's skin.
The Moslems under the protection
Of the King of KiiKlaml number mote
than double the population of the Urlt-
Regular pie, line Tiiesduv night Jan.
mh at los.s v oung hall Installation of
officers and initiation, to be follov.id
bv a soi ial session. A full attendance
It. w. Seiiert. proa.
We are Clos
ing Out our
entire line of
Keckonen Hardware Co.
Monday, Jan. 8th.
One Sond Year in New York... ...Six Months in Chicago
WILLIAM A. BRADY. Ltd.
The Funniest Play Ever Written
BY MAROAkL T MAYO
The Play that is putting a Girdle
of Laughter around the World
Sscond ysar in London. Now playing in Paris, Berlin, Vienna
trali. C.lL A ' . ...... '
owuio AnwiM, aouth Africa and Japan.
Seat sale opens at Forstsr'8 Saturday, 8 A, M.
Parqustts and two row Parquett Circle
Balance Parqustts Circle
First two rows Balcony
Gsllery ' " "
Now comes winter with its
Blow and Cold. We would
suggest that you put in an
extra supply of coal . .
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