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TUESDAY. APRIL 9, 1912.
PAGE EIGHT THE CALUMET NEWS r Beautify Your Home Do not Ut your homo and furmtu-e look shabby. We can furnish you with goods that will makt your housa look like now. both mud and out. tH Iftrftl) Ala cleantre 'or carpets, papor and furmturt. all at von littla coat and you can do tha work yourself. Como m and hjt us go ovir your spring wants, wo will bo ploaaod to givo you tho benefit of our experience and show you how you can accomplish a groat deal with little meney. DO IT NOW, CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY 400 Fifth Strut. CiliMt. Mick. IMIURAl POPULATION GAIN IN TOWHIP lASTYfAR 413 1 M I I I r H-l M l( til I I I I IHlt! : SIlVfRMANN AND JILBERT LOCAL RfeVlTlCS. Ill I I H H IH W I 1 I I Hi I There's One Form of INVESTMENT IT NEVER SLUMPS IN VALUE. ITS INTEGRITY IS UNQUESTIONED. THE RETURN IS CERTAIN. PRINCIPAL IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE. IT HAS NO ELEMENT OF SPECULATION. It is a Savings Account in the FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LAURIOM CAPITAL J1X.0CC.00. w?tn over, SLRPLLS AND PROFITS $35, Sat. -ai a." it. TOTAL OF 669 BIRTHS. WHILE DEATHS NUMBERED 266. Finns Load m Birth Figures. Amer icans Being Second. ( Touiithip Cl ik tWorajv Martin has compiled data o'tl.fni ng tin- ti .:nU-r of Until and deaths and the total of bin ha br nationalities for rb year 1911. There re 6y birth for tho yrar. while the number of !. ..th. w.s Clerk Martin lax ik compiling a list of births and deaths for the quarter Hiding March 31. It is interesting t note tho total number of birth by nationalities dur In the past year The Kirns lend all (other viU a total ,t SOO, while chtl dron of American bom parentage rank "second with lis. The in h! f-r the yoar by nation Jallties follow: Hr.nlah. American -born, 115; i Hlovenian-iYoHtian. Ill: Knsrlish, 5: I Italian. Si; Norwearlea. IS; French an. I jfewedish. 20 each: Hungarian. 19; S ot !-. 11; Irish. 1.': Gorman and Pol len. ewon; anu aiss, I. I no re wore n. children born to Jewish or Welsh ' ; arenta duiinc I'll in the township. Clerk Martin, too, compiled the total ioBtb by months. It follows: January. K; February. 23: Maroh. .'3: May. IT; June. IS; July.' 22; Aug ust. 27. September. 2: October. 19; ..HKr. 22: and leember. IS. Jt ertll be noted that tho months of August and September allowed tho heaviest mortality laat y:ar. -while January. April ; nl vomber. also showed a heavy death Hat. DfSUIUNCI IN ALL ITS BRANCH KS IWrCKTT UUOS. iiV;K. r tt-d flower plants Hm l .tiuinet l :..ial o LOAHfl Off BBML aeTTATK I'P'K BOIVIC'E N DELAY. paucktt nnos. OVCK. Our otll flow rs arc Calumet Flora Co. NEW SERIES APRIL 1st NORTHERN MICHIGAN BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION. STOCK NOW FOR SALE FAUCET T BROS. & GUCK Calumet and Laurium, Mich, GLSS BLOCK PARTY. The Ea?te' Monday hall under the !;.. ; a I . k :.-rk. at the Caiumet Light Guard armory hurt vi..ng presses a nry enjoyab so- ml func tion. There was a laro at tendance, and excellent music IN ren dered by a large C. H. on hestra undor th- direction of Ofotlp I. Bar nard Tho hall was becomingly deco-iat-d with red ami blue lights, apple blossom ami penninta. Several no v. I leaturcs win Introduced. among which wag the moon dance. Refresh .: were served. Jinn-s Brennan arrived Monday night witli a carload of fresh milch Ooenj which will be for sale at 42 Ilne rt. , Now Want Ads bring results. Merchants 6: 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. Why Not Drop In and have Ug estimate on the InaaVer w.u mod. You will find our price kg low as any and lOWgr than many. And rciii'inbcr our estimate will bo for first class, thoroughly seasoned lum I" r. What thut mcaina you will pprgulatl wlmi you find how well it outt up and how long it lists without need of repairs. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK FINE MUSICAL TREAT. Pro'. Hen-y Eames Delights Large Au dience at Calumet Theater. I'rof Henry lurnnt Karnes nave a lecture-recluil under the auspiefs at Calumet Couivll. Knights if Colum bus, before a largo audience in the Calumet theater last evminsr. and Hi proved a dolishtful treat to all in at tendam o. Mr. Initios' to -hubiue is brilliant, and I. is masterful knoulede of the intru BJaeSt a revelation. Tho way he treats I.m subjects oratorically makes his pjagrigfl even more harninK. Mr. BaWM deslrcnl to Impress lipon !iia audii-noe th- fact thut "music as i language is only very fe,w hundred earw old." It has crown Just as lan Rtiago grow from the alphabet to words, from wol ds to vocabularies and from vocabularies to idioms. iy wa of example. Mr. K.um s played musicai lionia to illtisirate thunder, tho harp, the. drum, the trumpet, the emotion of i.RmK 0f envy Mrd of love. The com ; r Wax nor used the Idiomatic form more than anv other. I Lis style- ex- 1 stoirtlnew and solidity Mr. F.tma discusHl the (ilftleultiew en- ' untefed ! tl.e earliest ,m;"rii of Ntl who wanted to plnt elaborate olorful musical pictures, but had no hsgtniUMl except the clavichord (primitive pWBOforte). Th- etfor: wa. as diftcrent us trying to depict a ram bow in black end white, Mr. Karnes' performance -was moid a.ble, his text Instinn Jvn to an MtttofJ BfSBM and his ability as a Pianist of high tank demonstrated. 11' rendered the following program, and in addition delighted h!s audience with "Moorish Rhapsodies." by G. P. Moor; 'Pagtornle." by Mozart : "Rev olutionary Etude." by Copln: and a m nuci 'y t'atior . w ski. rne i;itt' rwa Mlfl "f his best numbers, and wa.. de servedly encored. Polk dances of the Orientals. Slavs. K w orIoiis ani American Indians. Ftutoto (ireek ( ioathordor'.s Tune arranged 'y Hunnlnt:. OhaooMM Bach (arranged for left hand alone by Brahms). Tht-w. m Inuets Monrt, I'.izcL PunatVel Mn h hopin. Two Mazurkas, (C major and II minor) Chopin. Wnltz, (A at) qpsytk CMpri on aits from ".Vices! e" -(ilu'k-St. Sacns Koher.o M ndelssohn. WgaMhsJ .Maroh and t)a of the Klve Mendelssohn arr:ing"d by l.b.t 1. STATEMENT OF CONDITION February 2()th, 1012 RESOURCES Loana and Iis ounts 629 507 4 Bonds, Mortgages and Se uritlt; l'J3 160 71 Overdrafts i9M Banking Home and Fixtures 37.500.00 Due from other hunks 122 730 19 Cash on hand H4SS.11 Tot1 11.019,701.51 LIABILITIES Capital Htook f 100,000 00 Fnrplus Fund 1 00,000.00 L'ndlvided Fronts (Net) 29 185.72 Duo to Banka 13 278 99 Commercial Ueposlts 390 '.06 93 Savlnga Deposita 415,534.94 Ti tal II. 04:. 701.54 STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM. MICH. ' PJ OP THANKS. Wo d Satire to thank Um many kind ti n ml- BjayJ iii itrhborH who asaistod u In our lute sad bereavement, the death of our .Uiurhfor, Kiit.-. KiH-cial-l do 'a I thank those w ho sent the b"autirul tloral offerings, the choir nnl Rev. Hurtling. I Mr. and Mrs. John Yollnu r. tlH deliv. uiity. r llowors to all parts ut 'iiluiiii-t Moral ' 'o. -tt BEWARE! Do not speculate In clothes. Have your clothes made by A Reliable Tailor We know that you can get ch apor clothes for leas money; but you want GOOD CLOTHES You want to appear at your best. M' membi r the firm of RASTELLO is Reliable Ton will run NO RISK In getting; what you want. Give jour Easter Orders Now Cor. First and Portland Sts. Krhk Korty left yesterday for -VP-I'lotoil. Wis, to visit. Jume. ": "arsons left last night foi I . ttoit. where lie will realdo leput r'ii insoei tor John T. Row f!i: t,. Mamuotte this morning. Ri. hard Haw, Ion left osterdv for Butte, Mont . here ho wut locate. Mr. .tad M: Jerr.v Puschone of l&li periling are v Isitlng Calumet friends. J. C lLinsen left this morning for Ishfieming on a short husinoas trip. K..r: K hela left jTsteriLiy for Mln - n'ltri' he will r:;ak lus bono1 Mr and Mtk. J. Johnson loft cate :.i iftcnmn for Astoria, vrc. to settle. Harry li Lean Is expet ted homo this ..k Inun a two weeks' Msit at Woat I'adon. Ind. a. j.. Amterson anu wir- let I yeg lei lay for Astoria, Ore., where they will locate. Kev. l. Sialker wont to IO jui'Iki v.-M. i day. to attend th. i.ake Sucrir Pieohi tor.v. J. T. Rlddell. of the Calumet high hool fa ulty. is spending a few daya Nogaunee. John Holli an. president of the Iia- II" all ai ,dv Co. lormorlv ol this Ity. is visit Ifjej here -mi . ii. Muir arm son nave re turned to Houghton after visiting with Mr- A l or- on Fifth str.-. t. Mrs. Harry Harris of Mtinpuette. Is isiting her iwironts. Mr. ttii.l Mra A. Niemurk, of the postofTIco block. A i'-Kular meeting of th- I'tiper Pen insula. Poultry asaociatlon will be hold Thursday evening in the Y. M. C. A. Knight ivia.n, Roy Rev nolds and Will Petermann, have return.-! from Ann Arlor. r.nd will .p'-rid a few days with relatives. A son has been Iborn to Mr. and Mrs. Lars W. Kuopia of Oak Htr. t and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Mihel chich of Yellow Jacket. A special meeting of members of the V M. C. A, is called for this evening for the purpose of discussing means ot onlargiiiK the membership. Leo Schroedcr and -ruit A.vselln re turmsl to Milwaukee yesterday after noon, where they will resume thoir studio at Marquette university. .Mrs. .l.jJin Thomas, of Rockland -m.-. t, hay been called to Virginia, Minn., on account of the illness of her daughtei -in-law, Mrs. Will Thomas. Montrose Commandery, KnLghts Templar, will install officers one week from Friday evening, instead of Fri- day evening aa previotisly announced. The Houghton flro department will hold its annual laeeting at the fire hall this evening, when officers for the . n.suing year will bo elected, subject to the ainroval of tho council. Pro Honry P. Karnes, who gave a piano recital and lecture In the 'aJumet theater lst evening, left this ut. in. on for Kvanston. III., where he will give a reel tat-' tomorrow evening. John Clemo. pharmacist at the Tam arack hospital hati received word of the death of his mother. Mrs. Priacllla ClotBO, which occurred on March xl Mount Charlce, near St Austell, Cornwall. The funeral of the late John Honkuri took place this afternoon, leaving the 'jila residence on Pine street at two o'clock for the Finnish Lutheran AKa tollc. church. Rev. A. L. Heideman of ficiated. The Calumet Kncineers will be in- spectea t.v Major Ingram during the month of May or June. Tho entire ( ominand will attend divine services at tho Liunuin li, K. church Memorial Sunday. Tlie Home Fortnightly club met last vriing at UM hajtM of Mr. and Mrs. I I. Johnson. A paper on, "Docs the praajajil mothod of court prewealttri tonuu'i- vo me i-nos n justice; wan read by William It. Anderson. Ofloera of the C, ii. cricket team announced that nunneinents are being made for tho atmual mooting. The i'at" will lx- Announced shortly. The cluli has plenty of player.", and expects lo m.ik. ,i bctti showing Uiia year. The remalne ot" Maanfe, the Biteen (rear old deXlthter, ..f Mrs. John lv k in an. of Fine atreeL will le Interred in like low eemeteri tomorrow after noon. Funeral s.-rvlees will be. eon iluot.d a: the I'.nnlsh Apstoh- Luth eran huri.h on Fine strn i. Rev. Paul Uohlon.arin OfflCtatlnB, WIN ATHLETIC CONTESTS FORMER VICTORIOUS IN EVENTS FOR BOYS AT Y. M. C. A. L.tter Takea Honors m High School Juniors Competition. Plejraical IMrecttir A pphvfatc of the t AI. A. Iuin totalleil the points v. on by the contestants in lh re, cut athletic contts held In the Y M. C. A. gy m b- the Hoys' i lasses and the Junior high school claeaea. K. BjUtreTemM won in the hoys' con tests, ft ..ring ft, M. Stork U-ing - ond h"ing se ond with I sjotnha, while . Jlilart won out on points In the Ju- idor hivth sch.Md contest with a tidal of L'l out of a possible 6. a romarkubk eSem iug. Following' are the results: Boys' A Class. 18-yard dash First, K. Silvennann second. J. Williams; third. M. Han sen. 73-yard dash First. E. Silverman; seeond. J. William; third A. Cavern. Potato race first. K JLiinsen; sec ond. L J inlayson; third. M. Sterk. Spring board high Jump First. Bar ry ii . liard: seeond. Hoatson: thinl M. Sterk. Running broad Jump First. Stork. second. Silverman: third. Carmiehael. Medicine ball thrmv First Hoat son; second. Sterk: third. V. Roohm High School Juniors. 100-yard dash First, W. Jilbelti 1.1 l-r my'st.; second, J. Merton; third, J, Ron wide l-'.tiM lash First. J. Morton. 2 3-R sees.; eecond, W. Jilbrt: third. Ren- wh-k. Shot put, 12-lb. First, W. Jilbort. 3o ft. 10 H in.; second, Chester Jllbert; third. M. Stork. Running high Jumr First. A. Ware- ham. 4 ft. in.-, second, W. Jllbert; third. J. Merton. Running broad Jump First. W. Jll bert. 14 ft. 7 In; second. M. St.rk; third, Wareham. Relay race Won by Renwiek's tsMB It is Intend. si to put on other athle tic contests in the near future, no suc cessful were tho last. Wt HAVE THE RIGHT FINISH for your floors, it is called and is meant exclusively for floors. One coat applied to any sort of floor insures months of satisfactory appearance and of satisfactory service. Talk it over with us. t Keckoneii Hardware Go. Phone 163. CALUMET, MICH. TO DECIDE CHAMPIONSHIP. Postponed Games of Commercial Bowling League to Bo Played. Arrangements have been made to howl the postponed game between the TamaraoUa nnd . f. No. J teams in tho Y. M. ,. alloys tomorrow evening. I he Commercials ami Tam a racks are ti , In the Y. at, C. A.- etnmereiaJ ieearuej. bejUi hewtni won and lost a similar number of times. Th o.iim. r. iais nave also one match to howl. The dinner will be dootBad on thn number of games won in each Contest For instance. If the Taniar a ks win all thr.-e of Its games tomor row evening- with the C. & H. No. ' mi th 11 the ommolruil.; will hav. to do likewise. If the former only wins two games out of three, and the Com mon nils take aJI three games with Its opponents, then the -nter will be do- lared tho winners of the league. The same rule applloa to tho Tamaracks. There Will bo a bowling mntch thi. ev ening on tho T. M. C. A. elles In -tw.-en the Mohaw-kir &nd Indepeiujents, the letter affiliated with the Y. ML C. A 'ommercial leagua HERE THURSDAY EVENING. The Gamblers" Will Be Presented at the Calumet Theater. The Gamblers" will be the attrac tion at the Caknnet theater Thursday evenimg. This splendidly construe ted and intensely interesting drama bv Charles Klein established the record for long runs among serious plays of the pas', season, remaining at M..xiuc Klliott's Theater, New- York, for over 00 consecutive performances. The story has to do with a young llnancler Who has followed In the toot- steps of others desiring to gain a for tune in too inert time. Ho finds himself involved with the Federal Govefnnient through the misuse of the funds of a bunking ins titution of which be is the brains. At the very" moment he obtains the sum needed to straight en out the financial tangle, one of his partners, frightened by threats of jail sentence, turns over to the prose, m ing attorney certain notes that are su -fleient evidence to send to prison the heads of the bank. Including the voung man's father, wlio Is btsMt out of w ron ; doing. "IT HAPPENED IN POTSDAM.' AI. H. Wilson's New Play Has Attrac tivo Scenery. The St Faul Dally Nous of t.vv weeks ago said of AI. H. Wilson and his company, who will be soon at th Calumet theater Iflrida) evening m ins now production. "It Happened in Pots dam." "AI. H. Wilsons annual rarnuar of melody and merriment began Sunday evening at tho Metropolitan. The Jovial Teuton, t ra v ol lag by w ay of the Alps. Ireland anil some other high places, has vodeled his way across the burning sands to Arabia, and In the fanUKtio garb fif a son of Allah he re turned to St. paejj this year in 'It Hap- peaed In peiaBaai what happened in Potsdam," is In nowise different to things that have Happened oa other parts of the mop when, the ad von t araa ii m Mets has found MiaaiH he rihtg lava to n banning girl ho uld8 a lady in distress be Chastizes a villain, he tells a story or two and he singv souks every Intl. While, and he pleases his audience all the time, "Hut if the play is an old story. Ms, Wilson's performance, no loss than the DOYAI IV THEATRE Noxt to Post Office DECORATION DAY TRIP. Th- members of tile Hu-On-K I! "I and Hin lub are making plans for their annual outing to Huron river on Decoration day. According to pres ent plans a steamer will be chartered lor the trip, leaving Portage L,iKe lute In the evening, Wednesday. May 29. ami bringing the members of the club to their favorite Ashing grounds by Thursday morning. Memorial day. They will arrive home Sunday ntgb'1 PROGRAM TO DAY "A ROMANCE OF THE WEST" "MOTHER LOVE" "HOW THE PLAY WAS ADVERTIZED" "THE SPIHX" SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 2:30 COME! CALUMET THEATRE APRIL 11, 1912 TMAUTHORSPRODUCWCCO WOtIN CORT. President ANNOUNCE S l BV CHARLES KLLI A0THOR OF "THE MUSIC MASTLR rTHELIOM AND THE. MOUSty-JHE THIRD DLCREE. ,"TC. aONICHTS IN NEW YORK CITY. WITH CHARLES MACKAY AND LILLIAN PRICES: Parouet and tlrst two rows Parojuet Circle Halance Parquet Circle and tlrst two rows Itahony . Balance ltalcony Balcony Cerate . . . . ; Gallery Seat Sale at i'orstots April S, IHlf, KEMBLE. 1 ;.o l.Od production of his play, marks the co median's artistic advanc. He yodels "the songs of the fart bat lands," with a richer, truer voire than formerly, and In his sentimental -aotefl there's less sentiment and more art than there usod to be. None of his prev joim plays have had so elaborate a .setting SS 'It happened in Potsdam.' Tho second act especially, with its oriental coloring and its haremlike cozyvorncrs, makes a striking stage picture. "Mr. Wilson's company is one on the whole adequate, and a hit of burlesque worthy of a Weber and Kiel. Is produc tion Is contributed by Miss Kdith Tea ger. whose counterfeit of 'deep emo tion' is baa of tho very -good things in the comedy. "Miss Laura Lemmers. Miss Jessie Lansing. Miss .lea.net te Carroll, Hariy Bptngter and Kdwin Barboar are mem bers oiT the It Happen. .1 in Poigd tin.' ( ompany." tut How ots of nil kinds at tho Calu met Floral Co. DEATH OF A CHILD. Cecil Arthur, the four-year-old sop of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah QaA tt. of Cen tennial, died this morning following- an attack of diphtheria. The funeral look place this afternoon, with interment in Kako View ( . nn t. i A Nl MID- NOTICK Tv noCToltH J WIVKS. Please call at the Township clerk's office as soon as possible and sign birth returns for year ending March J 1912. George Martin. W Tovvnshij. Clerk. aii tnernbere of Court Roata Hood, No. tijs:! will meet Ht tlu-lr hull tomor row afternoon at o'olobk to attand the funeral of their deceased brother Richard Uunpshlre. II. ' tor M.-Kay. '. PL Lgrga stock of I'iister lllljes at the Calwaei Plomt ro., r-.ioy Btoaa. -tr TE endeavor T Y Our Spring STEIN-BLOCK to give you ihc best of Everything for the money you spend. Therefore, in selling you STETSON hats vve sc 1 1 you the best hats made. The "Stetson" sets the styles for men's hats, which means, of course, that in selecting a "Stetson" hat now you are getting the latest Spring style.. and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES are all in They have more style and character and more "get-up" than other makes We would like to have you see them New line of Cheney Bros, pin-proof ties in today Houghton, Calumet. i