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I THE CALUMET NEWS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13. 191?. REXALL--Bamboo Brier Blood Builder Rt-com mended by us to free the system of such Blood Impurities as are probably responsible for Pimples, Boils, Chronic Sores and Ulcers that refuse to heal, also for the treatment of such generally shat tered states of the svstem as are caused by a tainted condition of the blood. SI.OO a bottle at Vastbinder & Read BK THE REXALL STORE. $10.00 112.00 CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY 400 Fifth Street, Calumet, Mich. BOWL FOR FIRST PLACE. fm Hip Y. M. C A illeTg tnilttfll dMI TIM Christian Kndeavor society "f 'l .unarm ks and Commercials, oi the , h First Presbyterian church of Calu mercial U-uku.. will h.,vv !. Uoth ', met has arraiiKed for a social evening taam IN ti.'d for tirst honors. For this I in tin- pglfagg of the church on March ?. , .ii much interest is being evinced j -0. The feature of the entertainment in the outcome, and a large attendance i w ill b a debate on the subject. "Re ef bowling enthusiast is expected. Then will he o regular meeting of Talumet Acrl No. 352 Wednesday evening. March 13th. Inl- . . n and important business to be transacted. ALBERT BIRKMAX, Secy. 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 fi Mtfr Stephen Paull, Cashier J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cashier INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. AN INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED WITH ONE DOLLAR. Red Oak White Oak WE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE QUANTITY OF CLEAR RED V H I T F. OAK. IN RED OAK WE CAN FURNISH ANYTHING FROM ONE TO FOUR INCHES IN THICKNESS. RIPPED TO WIDTH AS DESIRED. JUST WHAT YOU WANT FOR FINISH OR CABI NET WORK. OUR WHITE OAK IS AN EXCELLENT FINE LOT OF INDIANA K, ALL SIZES. CARRIAGE AND BOAT BUILDERS WILL D WE CAN FILL THEIR REQUIREMENTS EXACTLY. CALIFORNIA REDWOOD AND LOUISIANA CYPRESS ALWAY8 ON HAND. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET STATEMENT OF CONDITION I cbruary 20th, 1912 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 2,Wt7 4 Foi is Mortgages nml Bacurlflftgl lft.lti.Ti Overdrafts 449.95 Hanking House and Ilxtures 37.liO0.00 Due from othi i hanks 12S.7S0.lf Cash on h. Total LIABILITIES Capital tock unlui Fund Undivided Profits (Wet) Due to Banks Commercial Deposits Savings Deposit! Total STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM "1900" Washing Machine HAS STOOD THE TEST OF AC TUAL USE FOR FIFTEEN YEARS. WILL WASH ANYTHING FROM A LACE HANDKERCHIEF TO A PAIR OF OVERALLS. WILL DO IT WITH VERY LITTLE LABOR, AND WITHOUT INJURY 70 THE GOODS. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS. solved thrt the Woman Sun rage Move ment is Worthy of Support." There will ' t.' numerous Otter features in connec tion with this event and it M Mgget U there will he a large attendance. INVESTMENT 85 OO PER WONTH IN ABOUT H VEARS-IOOO NORTHERN MICHIGAN BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION. FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK HANCOCK tr.,353.U $1,049,701. CI , 100,000.00 100.000.00 lt.lti.Tt 13.373.99 390.WI6.99 416.C34.9t .$1,019,701.64 MICH. CAUCUSES 10 BE HEED MARCH 20 TOWNSHIP BOARD ARRANGES FOR ELECTION. CONVENTION MARCH 22. REGISTRATION SAT.. MARCH 23. A special meeting of ihc Calumet township board wa held this uiotnir.s to make arrangements for the pre cinct caucuses and com em ion and spring election. Tii.. thirteen OUMMH will be held next Wednesday evening, March at 8 o'clock. The convention will be held in the, Washington hool hall. two days later. March also at o'clock The precinct caucoaaa re for the pui - loSc . f nam.llg delegate to attend the township tlM ventit.n. while the dele gates ut the township conventi'.n wilt place in nomination the candidates foi township s. Registration day will he Saturday. March .'3. The registration boards wili not Ih in session during the noon hour. The hours at registration Will ba from y in l: and from 1 to ", instead of 7 a. m. to .'. p. m. as heretofore. It Is worthy note that registration day has been hanged from the Saturdav prri iesttag election day, to cue week carle r. The election will take place Monday. April 1. The polling limits will be from 7 a. m. to 5 p. m. The clerk was instructed to prepare the ne.-sKa:- (...Hots pertaining to the election, ami make such other arrange in. -ut .is he may deem nec.ss.iry. vv.ng io the Light Criiard At more being s cured by the OslWMl lodg. of i:ivs for Its big exposition and kMMf on registration day, it. has been de ided to occ upy the He. lu captain's ofllce for registration for precinct N'o. 1. "BIBLE STUDY" TONIGHT. "MM Study" will be the subject at this evening's institute at the Y. M. C A in connection with the Men and Religion Forward movement. Tomor row evening. W. H-. Moulton. of Ish peasttsK will talg on "Social Service." Mr. Moulton and Mr. Johnson have had wide experience In their respective I :.. p work ami Interesting' session Mi expected. l.ast night's attendance was good. Rev. John Curzon sjmke on "Mil salons." DAMAGE IS VERY LIGHT. Work was resumed last evening In the No. 1 shaft of the North Kear sar.e. win re a small tire, discovered shortly after the noon hour. en used operations to be suspended. It was found on ir vrstigatlon that ih Are consisted of a small blaze In the shack of the pump-man at the. sixth level, which quickly burnt Itself cut without (hung any further damage. PALESTRA Skating and Dancing TO-NIGHT 14-Bands-14 with Moonlight Features THE ICE IS FINE UAUDETTC W ALWAY3 IN THE LEAD. WE'RE SO FAR AHEAD WE'RE LONESOME. ENTIRE CHANGE -0F-- PROGRAM T0-J1AY fr-i-i-H-M !HHHH ;-vW-W MN AND RELIGION INSTI TUTES. Y. M. C. A. Assmbly Room. Tonight lllble Htudy. It. B Johnson, specialist. ?:30 p. tn. Thcrsdax Social Service. W. H. Moulton of Ishptming. upe- :- I'm i.-t, ; : o cio k h-m-k 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 i LOCAL BREVITIES. t . . J V t t I tt, .L Artlmr Prinn left !;st night foi Ou !uth. where he will ltk I) locate. HeniS Wiltonen left last night for DulUth, when he expectn to locate. A i.iuRhter has been lorn to Mr. mill Mr. Antonio Coppo Kim street. Mr. and Mrs. John tt. ( rhernu are the parents of a nine pound haby dauhter. c ter liaraottl of fifth street, has rstui'lied from a business trip to Chi cago. M.H!.., r Silvey. of the Vaudette the. ater. Is ionflne1 to his home by ill ness. Irark RoksIo rettirned yesterday : rHli Chicago, where lm spent the past ten days. Township Treasurer Ijimore is en gaged 111 eoi.ectlnm ilelltnpient peisn al NlUltS taxes. The press League will play a series of basket ball games this evening In the Y M. A. g 111. Miss Heriiude Rani e. of Chi.ag) las iirivd in Calumet, and has taken position a Verlln t'-ri.s. A carload of horses, consigned to lo al peopki, arrived in ilumet by ex- 1 u s- yesterday ater noun, via th Cop per Range "Limited. C.mpany A, Engineers, heUl n regu lar drill Last evening, which was well attended. Following drill the members f the )asket ball leant engaged in a practice match, The annual meeting of the Osceola township hoard will be held next Tues day SVt nlag The precinct 'aucuscs will be held Mar h 51 and the town shlp convention Mar h Nathan MoffenheiK pleaded guilty In J oat ice Hi ks' eouii yesterday to pat mlttint gtuntding In his place of busi ness. He was fun-, i $10 and costs. Complaint was maih ij I'nder Sheriff Sheridan. A meeting will be held Saturday avenlng In the Y. M - '. A. of the phy sical I'epartment committee when ar fangements will ! made to hold the third annual gymnastic exhibition and tntert unment The lates will be set and other details worked out. The funeral of Thomas Kasunich. accidentally killed In the Calumet branch of the C. a 11. mine this week, took place yester.l.iy afternoon, with service at St. John's Croatian church and interment in iWke 1cw ceme tery. The following !irths were reported this morning to Township Clerk Oeo. Martin: Son. to Mr. and Mrs. Albert John Snwlberg. n( (DjP,r City: son. to Mr. and M.s. Steve Sealvo. of Third Htreet. Centennial Tlelghts; son. to Mr. and Mrs. Oustaf DaMoi ol Fifth ptroot; Hon. to Mr. and .Mrs-. John lleland-r. at First street. -. TOPICS OF HOUSEHOLD. I t I ! 1 1 1 ! H444K44H4 To clean mirror, dip a piece d soCI doth into alcohol and run nvnuy. When frying mush, white i if egg dip the pieces to make tie ni first in crisp. Rmory powder and OH made into a paste is excellent to clean Steel knives Open formed trult and vesepibles and pour Into a dish several hours ie- fora they are serv ad. A gas atova should be wiped off , .,i i, 1 1 mi it. la used ami trashed with i unpeptfeM on a l wtwk. To remove odor of fish or onions CrOta the Crying pan. put in viii.-kui MM until ieaJdtg and then wash out. ii.k stains on handkarcblafs, etc., may otten no soasen out . Urn gOMMt they are .bsill v 1 1 h the better. A b iker agya that a cupful of liuld yeast is miuivaiem pi nan m press! yeast cake or a whole dry yeast cake. If a pioce of paraflln paper Is wrap pad around the knife Mada it win eul butler without making it crumble. For creaming butter or butler and sugar, a perforated, spoon will be found more convenient than a fork or tlie hand. Milky tumblers should be washed in cold water. Ihittin them strnirHt in to hot whaler will cloud the glass per manently. IT HAPPENED IN B08TON. Rabbi Wise, when he visited Boston !or the tlrst time, was undecided t what hotel to stop. As he wandered ill Huinner street from the Mouth sta tion, he determined to Inquire for a K'i'xl hotel. Mo he. accosted a fine-ap-penrlng man who was yonilng toward him, confident that from such a citi zen he. would be sure to get the very beat advice is to the choice of a stop ping place. "What would be a good place to stop nt?" h inquired of ' the stranger. 'Just before you reach the at?" was the disconcerting reply Cosmopolitan Magazine. I.IPTC 6 ACCIDWNT IlfSV RANCH FAUCKTT HllOS. ft (ll'CK. C LOSE BASKET BALL GAME. High School it Defeated b, the Y. M. C A., 45 to 43. ne of the best basket ball game: of the season wus played last night in the Y. M. C. A gym, when the Calu met high school team went 'oun in defeat before their more experienced livals. the Y. M. C. A., by the close core of 45 to 43. The last five minutes of the game was a veritable whirlwind as far as scoring was concerned. I'p to this period the high school team hud the game cinched, leading by the gala' core it 3S to in: The Y. M. C. A. team allied, however, .md pilinjc up the sore won out by two points. The name was u revelation to th onlookers. The hitch school had team work down to perfection, and if It plays at- well on Saturday aKainst the Hancock team, should win, A aeries of three games has been .manned be tween the Calumet highs and the Y. M. C. A. i The Y. M. C. A. and 1-ake Linden Junior teams plaed previous to the Higli achaol-T. M. C A. game, the as sociation hoys winning l the score of SI to 10. MAX PELLEGRINI DIES. Max Pellegilni, aged 23. Hon of Mr. an J .Mrs. Ugrang Pellegrini pt 0Mt donla gtraafi dietl ye.t. rdav aft. rnoon. tdiowing a tanathy Ulwaaa, tubarcuta kIh lielng tlie cnune. BfgMaf his pur ent, nev-rul hrothern and Hister snr vii. He was horn and raised In Cal- ii nit-1 . The lumr it will lake place Sat urday afternoon with sei vices At ChrlBt church, Tpisc-opal. Hev. J..s.di A. Tt-nlir...-. k. oflfc iatlng. interment Will he ill iuke View C.-llletery. CARNIVAL IN RED JACKET? Then is .i movaOMBl on foot among Ke! Jacket husiuess men to bring to Hed Ju'ket on or about July Fourth a carnival company to operate on the streets of I he village. The promoters state they probably v. ill bring the mat ter before the village officials when that body meets tomorrow evening in special session to ratify the result of the recent village election. DEATH OF MRS. HART. The death took pi n e last evening of Mrs. John Hart .i Mohawk, aged 41. The deceased Is survived by her hus band and one sister, Mrs. A. Lauder, also of MohRWk. The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon, with arvtoai at the Mohawk M. K. church and in terment in Iike View cemetery. The late Mrs. Hart wan born in ''ornwall. but hus resided In the c ipper country for sev nil ears. TO PLAN Y. M. C. A. CIRCUS. The physical department committee of the Culumet V. M. C, A. Will meet tomorrow evening to make preliminary Iduns for the annual dr. us and exhi hitlon of the i'alumet Y. L C. A. dur ing the latter part of April. Many new features are planned for this ex hibit and u Ig axpecttd H win prove Von inter. -sting uno. OLD DARKY LOGIC. A gentleman owirn - a cotton estate had a charai tei istie old "manimv" who never could be found without her pipe. One day her employer asked her il slv expected to go t" Heaven. " 'I1 I does" 'deed I does,'' she answered. "But. mammy, roil know you smoke I great deal, and the Mgjalg will not like that." "But I won't smoke up dar, sah!" "No? Still they will smell tobacco on your breath'" ' 'Deed dey won t. ah. I reckon I done leave in' href here." Philadel phia Ledgw WB WR1TR BURRTt BOND! b'AUCKTT HRS. & OCCK. ST, PATRICK'S DAY CONCERT Under the Auspices of the YOUNG PEOPLE'S GUILD at the Red Jacket Congregational Church FRIDAY NIGHT March 15th at 8 o'clock Admission 1 0 cents Pieplant Grssn Peppers Cueumoers Head Lettuce Leaf Lettuce Strawberries Asparagus Carrots Beets Radish Spanish Onions The Finest Grape Fruit on the Market A. BARSANTI & GO, -JIT. JtSJ?' GOOD We still have a good selection of our own made guaranteed FURS FURS at our usual after season reduction FROM 25 TO 50 OFF our regular prices t IE! i an roTHER Calumet-Phone REPAIRING AND REMODELING ONE DOLLAR Will Start a Savings Account lo not postpone the opening of a siivIiihs account simply hecau of tlie MgAltooaa of vottr bisi Aflpoatt. All iMoga must aava iheir i ginning . The lil Things ol t-..l.iv were the little Ihtaga ..f vestenl n Yon are aaOUfoA Of OOUrtCOUl attention at this Hank, no autttti II your aciuimt is Iftrgfl or small. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LAURIUM CAPITAL $100,000.00. SURPLUS AND PROFITS $35,000.00. Open every Saturday svsni ng. PLAN FOR OLYMPICS. American Cyclists Determined to Bt ' Represented at Stockholm. New York, March 13. American cy clists are determined to be represent-j el in the Olympic games and have announced that tl.uOO of the neces-1 aiy JH.OOO to send a team to Stock holm has been subscrlbt .1. Although! the feature cycling event of the olvm plad Is a road race of 320 kilometres, or aho-it L'OO miles and road racing? has been n rather neglected sport in this country, hundreds of enthusiasts In various parts of the V. S are said to bar; eipranaefl a&gernaaa to to f,,r the Olympics and confidence is felt that a winning team can be formed here. A canvass of various organisations' howa that riders arw training or plan ning to twin fr rusvd racing with aj view to roigpetllng in the tryouts for( the Olympics. These will probably be held In St Louis, Chicago Buffalo, BosTtCsi at!, New York the latter part ot .May. Alvin l.oltes, who rode the Hg miles from New York to Boston last spring in II hours. Carl Schulte rf Kansas City, who ;s tar of the middle west. Jerome Btetnert, who! holds the American SO mile road rec ord, I Korgaxier and . UorgajeBer of rievnland. ;. Prtts of Colealo, and a large number oi others are mentioned us contenders for tnonvbership on the Ive men team erhl h it Is hoped to send to Sv oden To be head over ears in d. bt Isn't Calculated to make you ,cel ou: ol i-orioi. You can hurt some people) more bl JntiKhing at them thM ) ahoothlg at them Prof. Kennedy of Kdinburgh uni versity, describes a hitherto unknown manuscript of the old testament, which ho ngspOfl the Codetg Klciihur gensls, which he r.m discovered in the Advocates library, Bdlnbtirgh. Ii is sahl that for slae, conditions and call graphy it has few rivals among sim-j liar m.iniis 'Ipts in unv library in the world. C0R0W00D MORRISON ESTATE American Horse Shoe Brand Wringers WITH 1, 2, 3 AND 5 YEAR GUARANTEE Keckonen Hardware Co. CALUMET FURS 999 - Houghton . J Anaemia I is depleted blood. The blood lacks richness and the cheeks hick color; the whole systei lacks the nourishment to he de rived from thi use of Bosch's Malt Tonic the ideal strength giver. BOSCH Tonic Department, Lake Linden. Mich. TO TllKvrTKKS7 ' M.I Tt -WNSHII'. 1 wish to announce that I am a candidate for re-election to the office Of Commissioner of Highways and re apoetfuUy solicit your snport and vote at the coming convention and polls. ThajgjktlM the voters for their pist support, I am, Respect fully yours, Charier; MUgforJ. NOTICE. To tbg Officers and members ol tlar Keld Cggtfa. Kniuhts Colden Hagle, CalUHHtt Mich.: Sir KniKhts and itroihers you ure reqaettai to attend a apaelal ateetina I Inn day evening March 14th at 7:30 o'clock to make arrunifeineiitK for the runaral ni our late Brother Max Pell grane 13 Jas. H. IlickH. N. C. CAM) dl' THANKS I dbalra to alnoeret) thank' the Vet era of Laurluoi for the hgarty Kii!virt aooordad mo at the etectfbn and it in be my aim to merit their favor and confidence. 13 Matthew ii .' in all the best styles in common and ball bearing, without and with enclosed gears. A well selected stock to choose from. PHONE 163. MICHIGAN.