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THE CALUMET NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY m Rexall Tan & Freckle Lotion is an excellent external application for the removal of Tan, Sunburn, Wind burn, Preckles and Similar Blemishes riMWd b exposure to wind and weather Vastbinder & Read Phar. THE REX ALL STORE. FIRST NATIONAL LAURIUM CAPITAL $100,000.00. BANK, LAURIUM MICHIGAN. SURPLUS AND PROFITS $35,000.00. Fred S. Eaton Georgs Hall Dr. C. H. Rod DIRECTORS: William J. Reynolds Alexander Levin 'C. E. L. Thomas Peter J. McClelland Vincent Vairo M. E. O'Brien Michael Richetta Richard C. Blight OFFICERS: William J. Reynolds, President. Fred S. Eaton, Vice-President Alexander Levin, Vice-President J. B. Paton, Cashier. D J. Leveque, Ass't Cashier. YOUR BANKING BUSINESS SOLICITED. PICTURES ARE FAKES. No Camera Ever Focused on Passion Play, Says Howe Man. That a camera has never lioen fo- i.-c.l the Passion piuy at benuu mergaj. and that all moving pictures purporting to be phut. (graphs of that famous tijifi ta le arc fakes, was tho statement made today by I. J. Tasker, manager of the l.vm.ui H. Howe i om l'i:ny. ".Mr Howe has attended the Passion l'la several times." said Mr. Tanker, "and has offered thousands of ! liars lor the right to photogr.-.ph the play, but the religion scruples ot the peas ant i lk of deraininergau will not al low them to have pictures taken for exhibition purposes. They do not them selves act out the life of the Christ lor money, and they do not believe th.,t oth rs should make it a means of worldlv train. Moving pictures of a lake Passion play are an imposition on the pubMC. The reason behind Lyman H. Howe's sue. esx has been his adherence t" the trmh. Tie makes no lake pic- tares. When we announce that a i i . -tare has lx . n taken in the Arctic re gions it does not turn out to be a pic ture taken ni Pi qua tats To gat ii inns ot fails. China, or the Alps, our ; botOgl -aphers go there. Ph.- great con- ci mis tnut nirnuUI Mm for the picture theaters have studios covering acres of ground, and in th. in all the picture arc made. For instance, Hell , has a ;veti-ty-flve acre plant in Chicago. When he wants a Western, a Northern or a Eu ropean picture he makes it in Chica go. W hen a movins; ycture proprietor nies him an order for a street scene in Philadelphia, he arranges his een ery so eleverl) that the l'hiia.ieiphian himself is h eived. "(ur photographers are sent all over the world to take pictures of real happening and scenes, iast week we tinished a picture of heavers building a dam at Suuli Ste. .Marie. The pho tographer worked eight weeks to get four hundred feet of film, beavers be ing one of th. most difficult tilth. e Is to photograph In the animal world. A f. .v vcars ago Lyman Howe was prac t.eally unknown in the world. Today he is famous, and every man. woman and chili In the United Stales has heard of him." PfttB (NStfRANCK. rAUCBTT HHos. & OCCK. Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET, MICHIGAN. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 230,000.00 Liability of Stockholders 150,000.00 OFFICERS: Charles Briggs, President Peter Ruppe, Vice Pres. W. B. Anderson, V. Pt. & Mgr Stephen Paull, Cashier J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cashier INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. AN INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED WITH ONE DOLLAR. 8 At The Top of The Heap Jti the lumber Hue stands the ma t ll ever ready in this yard to u I y our demands. It's otie thing to order n certain size and ipuillty of lumber, sometimes another to got That yru wgt. With uk ynur order Is our Im perative Instruction ynu get ex actly what you call fur. Wo want your constant custom. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK f What Makes This Bank Strong Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Profits . . . Stockholders' Liability $25,000.00 100,000.00 isrs.000.00 That amount stands between your deposit and any possible loaa. Why not have in account with us? That la What wo are here for, and we'll serve jrou faithfully and welL STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM. MICH. PIAN VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN IRE LOCAL BREVITIES. ORCHESTRA WILL PLAY FOR MEN'S MASS MEETING AT THEATER TOMORROW LEADERS IN MEN AND RELIGION FORWARD MOVEMENT PER FECT PLANS FOR HOUGH TON COUNTY. The .Men ami Religion forward movement received a god start last evening when the e...jier country rep resentatives to the recent Ishpcming C P. conference met at the Y. M. " A sad outlined plans tor their cam paign, itccauso ot th .roxlmity of th lour principal copper country towns. Calumet. Houghton, Ham .., k and I Linden, it was decided t Ism a copper country organizat ion for mutual henetlt. The committee last evening m.de arraiiKetnentH to hold conventions on four .successive days In the towns am n( toned beginning Tues day Mar. h ,r., and concluding I'rldav v entnc MarcH I, A. L. Kurgan of Huhbell. vice real d nt of the Upper Peninsula commit tee, which has seventy members was named halrmaii of the OOPPOT countrv organization. George D. Wcstermann Bf the V. M. C A.. secrctai 1 . and Will lam J. Reynolds of Uiurium, treasurer. .Mr Kurgan outlined a plan of cam paign for the copper country meetings, which orovidaj for banquets In each Of the four towns on successive evenings, to be followed by addresses by prom inent national leaders and specialist I'm tier arrangements as to dates were left In the hands of the five speakers who are to be brought here. The movement incorporates live sub jects, as follows: Btble study, van gelism. boys' work, social service and missions. Special Services. On the Sunday following Ihe week of the bampiets, I he pastors of all of t)M 'oppcr country churches will be urged to bring the movement before their respective congregations, ami to this n, j special services will be ar ranged lor. It Is'plannod to follow up t! 6S services with a special Institute all the copper country towns the follow ing week. Provision was made last evening for financing the campaign. Those present at last night's meet ing w.re A !. Kurgan. Hubbell; Dan McNIohotl of Hahfcefl; a. f. Baajaa and J. Piilon of Lake Linden; Ward IT. Smith. Houghton: Thomas K. HamlU. Baaooek; sMarard s. fjtieftaa, wm- mm .1. Kloy. ("apt. William Pollard. W. I I!, nobis and Capt. Allan Cameron ill of Calumet, other members of the committee who were unable to be present last evening are I nomas I , Mitch Oil of Trinioimtaln. James TV fajNaf, K C 'hamberlain of 'alumet; Tumes II. Kdvvards and W. J. Rainier of Dollar K iv; William Jacobson. John .Marshall, and J. II. Jasberg of Han cock: If 1. Hen.lrlckson. J. A. Docile and Dr. U t Hubbard of Houghton. The Campaign in Calumet. Following the meeting of the copper countrv- delegates to the 1'pper Penin sula .-invention, nt Ishiemlng, ther Wag a public meeting of representa tives of the several churches In alu met, addressed by WllMaM J. P.hy lvdward S. Orierson and Rev. M. H Kb'red of the Iiirium M. K. church K. K. Johnson, state religious worker of the Y. XI. C. A. also addressed the meeting taking for his subject, "How Calumet Caa ;et the Most Out of the Movement." It was decided to select a local com- mlttee to have charge of the proposed ."iiverion, this committee t consist of the pastor of each ! -al church, and one layman. This committee was gantaed as follows: President. W. J. It. v iiolds; secr'tary, f'.. D. Wlester- iiihii. The meeting then adjourned to lit et again Tuesday venlng of next week In the V. M. C A. when furtlnv arrangements will be perfected. Thomas Wills has returned from short v isit to Ishpi inlng. Hare hi N'ckerv is lias left for Detroit waere he . Kpaata 10 lot it John Laity of the Isle Royale mln oftlce was a Calumet v isitoi todav John Treinlmth l.n vesterdav t.-i lion River, vvhci. h b.is secured cm plov n.ent. ' 'is Math has undcig. lie a success fill operation at the ( '. At H. hOO4Ul (or appendicitis. Mrs. John Ho. kii k and son Itnswll of Kutte. are visiting at the Mitch II roatdencf on Calomel avenue. .Miss Llbblfl Da we leaves tomorrow for t'hlcHgo, where she vvill purchasi stock of spring and summer milltnerv Haar) white, of TrimouBtaia. wa lias been semllin; the week lth Cal umet ii i. mis returned amaa jraatat da.. Rep. Anthonv I. ucas left vesterdav tor Lansing, wh.i. he will take nart 111 the special session o the legisla lure. JustKe C. O. Jackola will leave thi vcning for Ishpeiiiing to take part in the dedication l the new Knights .: K.i h v a hall. Marshal Joseph Trudell has cntircl rocovoroa frun his re cut illness, and on Monday will analn take charge of the duties of his ollice. Joseph Decker, of Detndt. formerl.v of this city, manager and proprietor ot the Mohawk Overall Co., Is in Calu met on a short business trip. Mr. and Mrs. James McClure arc ex pe'ted home tone 'i 1 ow from Plain V lew Minn., anT other loints, where the have been spending the past three week. The annual banquet of the Misco waufelk doi still lv held this evening, and a large gam her of covere will b laid, invitations having bOOII accept ed t.v many members. Mr. and Mrs. Diaries D, HoM and baby daughter. Mini Jan. l-ft this afternoon for Houghton to spend a few days with Mrs Hold's parents, Air. and Mrs. A. J. Weir. John Barrett who was engaged in aerial work for the government along the Hudson riv.' last summer, and who met with injuries. Is visiting friend-- and faiativea here. The Colonial supper conducted at the Calumet longrefratloaa ehureh under the auspi ei f the I.adb-s In dustrial last evening, proved highly siieeessful and was very enjoyable. John Nichols, a candidate for the of fice of township treasurer, was taken sin lenly 111 while visiting his sister lit Yellow Jack.' Thursday, and this morning was r moved to his home to receive medical treat moat JUNIOR BOWLING TEAMS. Roosevelt Five of the Y. M. C. A. Dc feats the Tft Team. Two junior i. ms of the Y. M. C. A. b. wted an int. '. sting scries lust even ing, the Roosevelt tTve winning two out f three games from the Taft team. The follo w Ing ire the scores: Roosevelt. KIRK INSl'RANCK. rAUCBTT BROS. A QMJCK. tr WAX OIL POLISH Ctuaaa, rel)nishs and polishes all kinds of llivlshctl wood, nueh as floors, furniture walls etc. Once used on fur niture and floors, you will not bo with out it. . 85.T 150- 75 $1.25 " 1 3.00. PRESTO SILVER POLISH An uncqualleil polish for silver, glass 25r WESTERN CEMENT Kor repairing Wood, glass, china, 'eather. et. Ii pairs broken glassware or china so that It Is stronger than be lore broken 25 ENAMELED TEA POTS 4 and .'. yt Klue Knaineled Tea Pots triple coat goods, belt made. Your . lei. ,. while they last 45? Reliable gKHls at fair prices. Carlton Hardware Company 400 Filth Street, Calumet, Mich. W. Jllbort :..137 137 13 A. James lot 131 n. Farley . .... ...H 131 J. Aferton 138 13fi 141' m. Horkint Ml itl ik4 Totals 662 638 709 Taft. J. Fnrlev ir.O 1li 1.10 C Morgan 16H Pi.' U4 A. Rule 123 Ul !H A. Row.- 113 124 74 H Rule HI 14T, ! Totals 669 624 512 WOMAN'S CLUB ELECTION. Mrs. ss Helene R. Hallinqby Named President for New Year. The annual meeting of the Calumet Woman's club was held yesterday af ternoon at the Y. M. C. A. building, and proved very Interesting. There was a large attendance ami the pro gram was l exceptional Interest, par ticularly the personal rem Inlscenses of Miss Anna Keding and the musical program. "The beratninergau." by Mra Katie i i in . .Mac intosh proved very Interesting. Mrs. Helene It. Hal lincbv was honored by her fellow club member by being elect"' to the office of president for the ensuing year. Ko h.wing are the officers: President Mrs. Helene R. Hulling- by. Plral vice president Mrs Anna I.e.- aaood vice presblent lira. Anna P. 'hynoweth. He. -ording secretary Mm. K I'm -ll-Krause. Assistant secretary Miss Mabel Larson. Corresponding secrctnry Mrs. Lena V. Chapman. Treasurer - Mrs. Minnie C, T.ong. Trustee for four years Mrs. Kliasa beth W. Helden. MRS. MERZ IS 87. Mrs Ellas beth Mem. of Fifth stre.-t. Ofllebrated her eighty-seventh birth day recently, her Immediate relatives and friends being present Oa the oc casion. Mrj. Mem, who Is the mother of the late I M ward M'rz. has be n a resident of this country nearly sixty years, and Is one of the oldest resi dents of the copper country. Hhe was born In Hwltxerland. and sme to America when quite young, spending s-eeral years In eastern cities before coming here. She has been a resident of this section for upward. of forty years. Hhe owns the Men block on fifth strict, where she resides on the second floor. Tin- C. H. orchestra has 4e'ii se curel to furnish music lor the nun's mast nicctliu; at the Oohunot theater, tin. I. iff ihe auspices of ihe V M. C. A., tomorrow afterno. u when L. Power, of Milwaukee, vh -e-preablenl f lb. ,l lis-ChaliueiM Co.. "ill deliver an ad dress on "Christian Commercialism. .lohn Marsha!!. Houghton, will lead the audieni-e in singing. WfiMa sehC Hons will be rendered by a male . hor ns ,anl vocal solos liv .Mrs. liaries hoinas. Admission Is fri-e b.v ticket to b' obtained al the Y. M. '. V Mr. Kovver Is one 'l th' last known public speakers in the country and it I predicted that he w ill bo listened In y an audience that will pack the (lic it, r to capacity. Ihe orchestral eli cit will be from .'!::!! to 4 o'clock. Sunday Services. The sermon themes chosen by th oastois of Calumet hurdles lor to- ii.ii row 's services are as follows: Red Jacket ongi t ga t i.ma I - Kev . Karquhar -Morning. "Safetv in I'hns tlun Work'; veiling. "The Pitv ul the t'ather " Oaaaola The pastor, Ib-v Collvtott. will preach on "Treasures In Kartbcn Yeesels" and litis Donald will speak this evening. Bastorj Rev, Catlyootl iii speak t night and William Pa-. ..c this morn ing. CalttasOt t'ongngational. RoV. I K. Long Morning. "Cutting Down Trees": evening I.. K Kowr of Mil waukee will wjieak on "Conformity to Uiw th unlv Kasls of Su. cii." Pn-sbyterian -R-v. Daniel Stalker- Morning. "MOD ami Uellgioii I'orward Movement"; evening, "Cod's Personal all." First Kapiist. K. v . C. D. Harger Morning sermon, "'on Conformity to the World"; evening "The Warning." there will be special music hv a ladles' mat let In the ev ening. Laiiriuni M. K.. Itev. BMrOd Morn ing sermon. "Jacob's Will"; evening. "The Wonderful Fountain." Miss lOlhel Re nobis w ill have charge of the Kp worth league meeting tomorrow even ing, the subject being "The Message ol Kethel The Courage of Truth." Calumet M. K. -Rev. C. I.. Adams Morning. "H..w Men Become ist"; evening. "Between Two Uobbers." Ken sai ;; M . K.v. S. Polking- liorne Qtti Dinah! will peak this morning and Joseph Janus this .veiling. Christ's Kpiseopal, Kev. J. A. Ten Brooch -Morning. "True Civic Right eousness. Itased on the Principles or Christ"; evanlng, "Temptation." Norwegian I .u t hera n, Kev. S. RoUM dahl -Regular serv ices. Scandinavian Sjilvation Army- Reg ular services. Unual Ueetlng Thurs day night. TamaracU M. K.. Kev. C. M. Merrill MoimiiK. Crowtb Through A ti.i ty"; evening, "The Meaning of the loss." Tomorrow evening there will be glveB an illu.-t rated lecture on Ja pan, with 06 view s. Hp! The IDEAL Home Piano Ihe more you Moi ' you like t ful singing ton: of hoar It. tllB that beau:!. AftfHASE prolonged. It reminds one There' no describing it cleur. sweet, of an old vLilln. And how it blends with tho human voice a perfect eomple oi l... nnesfo sv give lusiiii- ueiigni to nomca r culture and in. nt. refliM FOR FIREMEN'S TOURNEY. The llremen's tournament )inniit- !i e at Gladstone added over live hun dred dollars last week to the tourna ment fttfal which has al pr sent ranch ed the handsome sum of over t"" thousand dollars. ARRIVALS OF THE STORK. The following births have la-en re ported to Township Clerk Martin: - Son. to Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kavero, Hecla street; daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stavar. Culinm t avenue; daughter, to Mr. aul Mrs. Lucas Svei leh, of Portland Ot i cet : and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson, of Cap par city. MILNE OFF FOR DULUTH. (toy D. Milne, who has managed the Crown theater lor several months past, severed his connections with the little playhouse todav, and leaves tonight for sDuluih. where ha will Join vaudeville get Mr. Milne made many friends during his stay In Calumet. Advertise in Tho News for results. A. B. CHASE PIANOS "THE MOST ECONOMICAL PIANO IN THE WORLD" HERMANN'S l'n' PIANO TUNING. For first class work leave orders with i Phone 48 Special Sale on Enameled Ware We are closing out a lot of Enameled Ware priced at about onehalf regular See our display win dow for exceptional bar gains :: :-: :: Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET 'PHONE 163. MICHIGAN. " I ' KEWEENAW SKI TOURNEY ni i: LP ' TKR TofrrarHip. BHw ! ': it, Pohruar) . 1912. I wls-b lo aiioiiiu'e that I an a candb $ !c for Tosrnnhlp Treasurer, doing eHnnloa with ritaltmtfttam I unulilo fiuM 111 me :' .n. I aniiiiaiKi w . nnw i ,(i tournament toin trow. I iior will b lour events, the nun.;. bOJrsf and lad- Four Races to be Conducted Tomor row Much Interest. Much inter!. t haa bc-n arous-! among the copper ootintrjr ski enthU- tin im I I i Formerly THE ROYAL L . SPECIAL The Sioux's Cave The Heartofa Boss Father's Features NORTH KR.V MICHIGAN DtTILDINO i & IiOAN ABfJOCIATIOV .,f SKRIH8 KOW OI'BN Aek us to talk It over with you FAIVKTT MM ai'CK. A RNTS TKLRPHONHR r and l7 .. 2-OTHER FEATURES -2 COMINO SOON THE ORIGINAL CINDERELLA TO THE VAUDETTE A Magnificent Production m Threo Reels 99 Scones. 300 Psople. Wait for it. We will show it as no on else can. Why? because we have the facilities. ies' ski races and the men's snow shoe race. KntrUs will be received from all pait i pf tin topper country und as a large number of riders have already entered, it hi expected thej w III be vi ty inter, st ing. There will be a six-mile race for man, siarttuf al the Sons of st. Conge hall. Mohawk, and going to Alloiiez. where the turn w dl be made Just north of the street railway cross ing;. Th boy.'.' race will start from the same point but the turn will bo made In the village of Aliincck. Tho ladles' race will be ever the same curse ga the boys1 pica The snow shoe raee will statt from the hank corner and continue t th- Junction of tin- Mo hawk road with the country road Cool pri.os have been hltllg up for Ihe different events am' it is Afsn l"d the rivalry will ! keen. A lnrRe number of CaluiiK i nt huslants will go to Mohawk tomorrow to witness (lie races. FOR MINE INSPECTOR. William H. Millman. who has beOtl In th emplov ot the C. & 11. and Al ii, mining companies for years, has anaanncod hhnaelg aa n candidate for the Office of mil,, hMHMCtnV. Mr. Millman ha- been a resident of Calu met Kinee iss:i an I is wldelj known inrouahoui tho whole county. Prevloui to eoniilie to tills I Itv. lie was ill Ihe Kngllsh army for some years. you all p i mally, I take Has means of appealing to you snl rc spectfully sollelt your vol;- and Inler est at the coming convention and ;d the polls. Thanking y'i in . Yours respe tlullv , Thomas Warren. W. THURTELL THE OPTOMETKIST Is now In CaltiOMit am' will be glad to welcome his friends and eatrona Of flco'in Orensteiti Blk. Hours 1 lo and 7 lo 8 P. M. A Ihorou :b i ation of tho eyes ami gl..- . ti correct refr.n tive errors. All work guaranteed. Phone &23 W. Th. social and reception annoiinitd by Caluaiat Chapter No, Ul it. a. m. ioj- Tosaday cb. -ith has baan change! to Monda.v I 'eb. J6th. n c. k. u Thomaa, Boo'y. All members of 1'nlon Temple of Honor No. 4X and Junior stoottoa of tho Temple of honor arc mquostOd lo m"t it their hnll on Saturday Feb. Mth. After regular business, social mission. U A. Nicholls. W. See. ARE YOU A Lover of GOOD CLOTHES Why Not ? Whan it doei not coal any more to wear nobby clothes inedi b) a good, reliable, up-to-date t.nl or, who onderataaxta your wani and kiiovva yvavy aaa points in fashion. See my in g ods of xclm:ivc ,st lea befor ordering clsew here. No two fancy Bulla alike In Oty steak of woolens. J. B. Rastello THE TAILOR Cor. 5th and Portland 2nd f'oor. How's Your Coal Bin Now'saGoodTimeto Replenish it. Order a Load While We Have This Mild Weather . . . EDWARD ULSETH CALUMET yards st TAMARACK, COPPER CITY.