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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10. 191?.
AOE EIGHT THE CALUMET HEWS A RANGE THAT A'LL fcRN EITHER COAL OR CAS. CR BOTH AT THE SAME TIME. OCCUPIES SMALL SPACE. iOES PERFECT WORK. CALL AND SEE IT. CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY 400 Fiftft Street. Calmer. Kiel). Merchants & Miners Bank CALL' WET, MICHIGAN. Capita! $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 230,000.00 L iability of Stockholders 1 50,000.00 OFFICERS: Charles Briggs, President Peter Ruppc, Vice Pre:. W. B. Anderson. V. Pt fi Mgr Stephen PmU, Cnsiiier J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cashier INTERE6T PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS, AN INTEREST BLARING ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED WITH ONI DOLLAR. II I i m HEAVY LOSS BV FKUST NIGIil EOL L VANS BLOCK IS BADLV DAMAGED. THE ESTIMATED LOSSES BE 1 KG ABOUT ESTIMATED LOSSES 1 hi 1 1 1 m l r vm to ' 0 v fa (an km it is a wmvnuyt rroj w'winirwo thc mjntmymi- HON !N WW BAJff Pfl PORTION! as BUPPUKj Bf t:i;; J Af Rl j; UK . D HAT LAYS 1 m: r 04 -l TP IN BJC Ql IftXD TO BUXC BTtmi v IIOOBKM s. Hr;.:.THV OKS VI j AXD MMfJ THK ;KKATi:yT Nl MBLR TO MAT! RITY. 25 cent the 3 pound package at Vastbinder & Read Phar THE REXALL STORE, sfy QUICK ACTION Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. H UBBf LL CALUMET HANCOCK UfltS lit.'1 ! ' ' -. . :- J.i k ! i;w rhi when t b IMImaa blurt. tmt ? ak and Eighth streets, u ar n fir bn out a'iu g o'clock tSe Taij jpid by Mm mi i asanas ajra Jars, m. rNn , on 1 ' ' 1 t. ' J KinJ floors, reep. live Tfctrt are sever:. I conflicting rt totk t how th fir ttnnMd. Tm nrm nua gained headway, and HBl twenty minute the iv.iey rtt t as a burning ma. The R.-d Jacket d-panm. M responded ami o aets of hoar w-re conne t vi in vaalt, ana run uy X W "u; ri St: -a .y !.. IV. "-' ATI :i . n'Oderuble effort on the part of tin- department n was seen that the fire was gaining headway. and a second und then third alarm were turn ad in. In i Poaae the C at H. djart merit. Hecla laurium ufi J Tamarack departments lurned out. Th- local department had r.ir stream of water playing or. th turning building, and with Ave others n rnH8U.ru everything possl- I done to atem the flames. D.fKcult Fir. to Fight. .' to the arrangement of the building the firemen ha.1 a dim cult i .t on their hand". Krr.m the f "rth atory of tha building the xlr M.n Hi.read to ihe rof. KfT-.rtH vbm mad.- by the firemen and .thrs to br.-.ik the windows or. the fourth fl .r f tu- building. Af- jw some uimt'uiiy tnia wa.4 accomplished, but It b a quentfon -nether It did miw h good With the added rlrafL the flames seemed to rr:ak.- more headway, and in a short time th roof was a burning mas. Kf forta were then oncentrated on pre venting the fir spreading to adjacent Moldings on the south and west sides I of the btmiltut building. Th flre was gottgg under control at I f.VJock this morning, although the Tir.-men did not leave the weno until .'lock. At about 8 o'clock a, m. another outbreak f-curred. It was of short duration, however, and was again ma msAmp control. The damage w;.s onflned to the third an 1 fourth stori.-s of the build ing. Th- second and firxt-floors, how . : well hm the hasement of th- lldUtK wer flrKidorl with water and t '. Ioks in stock to the FL 1C IJe! I -1 1 Cn wa considerable, Tansnt Savs Soms of Effects. Mr I.lehlein was s.-n by a News re Lef this morning He Itetai that the estimated sto-k In his pfakea of I USlneag amonated to $3r..fM.o. Th loan A r-1 i,y inwiiranc. Tin- tensnts in the building were '.r risher, C R I Thom..s. Ted I llarvev f'omeller. 'harle: I.'Hlein. Albert Ruttenberjr, Mrs KatherlM VWajr, 1L Q lyons b H. W RoBMm HM ot the fenant.s manager) to get out the whole of their furniture and sftc Including Mr. Ruttenberg, Mr It Chester FUSMT, Mrs. M. Thom as an l Mr. IJeldeln. Mrs. Foley and Mr. Porneller lost prank-ally nil of thali .-longings. Mrs. Albert Rtittenberg. wlto Is .in lirValMi had to be carried from the building while Mrs. fern el I er and child ere n-vakeri. d from sleep by Mr. Cor nel i.-r an ) hurried out Ther- wer. B i I illing helpers to remove furnl t'lf and other effects. although charges nf looting have been prfrred hv several r.f the tenants. Kven the g.is rn jters w r.- not left Intact, some finding mums of hn-flklng these open gad eytr.' llng monies stored therein. The rauceit Mros. nnd tliu-k agency ratrtgd fca luilk of the Instirancn on th" h.ilMlng. as followc: The Insurance. Th- Gbltliacttall PlU Insurance Co. 10M Cmtlnental I'lre Insurance . $' O'tfi; Milwaukee M han Ics' Insurance Co., $5,000; Northern Insurance '., U.'.OO; the insurance ; :..; . : r. it.lvaaiA. i : t" The Paucett Bros A Ouca oanc 'alas carried . on th stock of th FUi M Uel4n Oa. whil th Hit- nit. Mutual Pir. i-iart. e mpuJi. imd f I.te on the stock. Th reat hi innu-i. . t! . ph k was piid with Hoaaaoa caaaty agrenctea , : th- ..r! t h.. ' . - P.-.: Ja.-s.H in many v.i- aad th asrimated loss is believed to have ba the largest In th history af th itlaga. a B Rebu.lt. Th BoHaaaa bka.it was erected about flit.11 ar agXL It is the ,nt-ntlon t. rebulkt this summer. Th progress of the fire was wit - thousand. of t-oj Mrs. Thomas. iVhr and I-lb-letn had their affects covered by inaur ance. Mrs. Foley suffered entire loss, ..s did Mr. Cornelirr. INDEPENDENTS WIN 8ERIES. Locs. llilllllllllHH 1 1 : rl HfrA-T-r S LOCAL BREVITIES. i in 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 M n i i 1 1 H I M Boilers Dtftat Mniwk Two Out of Trtr Gtmtt. The Independents and Mohawks b. . le 1 atl interetilVK fc'-i'les of game I last e-.emiig on the V. M. . A. alleys I the independents, affiliated nh pt Y M. i'. A. -Cum met cud league, win ninc two out of three. Following are j tne a. ores. Indsptndents. Duns tan is: Hands ls Raton 134 Mlncook tm .. ..145 It.igel. Ml is; J- 11 it: 1S IN'. Totals Smith Maloney . Dolan ... Herr mun ;oo Mohawk. 11 1 S3 m 14! Cross 18:' 14 .'1 17-' 14 113 l 1 Ci i:,. ue IT.". GOOD FURS 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 left ;luinet last A pirty f ten t iieht for rostra. Saturday l l pay-day at the H. and BtBay mines. Mike v ssllo has relumed from busirxss trip to Duluth. 'til ICBatS Nil. wa.uk' is 'I..- meet . f Miss Cuddlhy "f Seventh tr. r .! laffaMT lias b-en tK.rn to Mr and Mrs. Joseph Moulton of the lte.1 Jacket Hhaft location. Mrs. Jonn Maxwell his returned frosn ' anadian ioini.s, wlui she vis ited for the past two we,-ks Mrs. a. Ruttenberg. mIk. was an In mate of th Bollman tate Mats, is suffering today from sh.n-k to the sys tern, incidental to the fire. The .Nora Temperance society will entertain at a. wk'LU at the xlct's hall on Scott r.treet on .Saturday girgtgi ing, April 1'7. Refreshments will be .erved. A musical entertainmenL entitled. l h- .New Minister'" will be presented by the, Sunday school choir of th. I MS M. K. chui-h. in the church arlon oa Saturday evening, May 4. The funeral of the late Richard I-inipshirc took place this .'if ter.ioon. with servicee at the Calumet M. E. church, and interment in Ivike View emet.-r-. Th funeral waa under the Auspices of Court Robin Hood, Ancient of i 'or esters. Totals o:j HI "si The Tamarack and C & II. No. learns will ImwI a sst('oii.l match this evuliig on the V. M C. A- alleys. SHASMUS VS. JARVINEN. HERE TOMORROW NIGHT. "Ths Gamblsra,'' Chss. Klein' Famous Play, to 8s Seen Hsrs. Chaiit - Klein, the sensational suc-.- of whose epoch -makring plays. The Third Degree " and 'The Uoh J." eHtaidisho.t him in th very l-refront us a nr tsr tage pictures of American life, vmii paerlde qq of tl.e real treats .r the seuson for local theatergoers to morrow evening at th Calumet theater when his latest triumph, "The Oam Mera," is given ita.lnitlal presentation here. Ths Authors Producing company. which was organized, to produce this lay, (and o filer reat successes b well know ii drama UaW) have carefully s. . ted tli. a. tliat will interpret the hua-ters. The company is headed by Charles M;j kav and Lillian K.-m- le, who have made a place worthy ' prominent - ..n our stage. Among i he other nietnU rs of the cast are .To- ph Adolman, IYankln leorgt fil- leon Ilurton, I ..diTick Strong, Cecil Kitigst'.ti.-. Arth i Runkin. I Y.-d-ricl; War-, I' .til Km .!.(. RoSitile .i VeaUX. raoa Bills and Wlkltfrad Clarke. Wrsstlsra Wall Known Locally VViir Most m Chicago Ssturdsy. WJgrd .u received this murnini; that Sha-stmis. the flreek iittih-.s-catch-can wrestler, who wits recently vanquished here by Karl Lehto, aspit -ajit to the world's hampionship, has been matched to wrestle Jarvinen, known as ' The Slippery- Finn." In Chi cago. Saturday of this week. Both men are said to be in fine fet tle and the outcome will be eagerly awaited 1.- ally The jiuiU h is. to be for the beat two out of three falls, in view of the fact that Jarvinen Is to meet iByBBBB at tho Paliaitra one week from Saturday, the Chicago match is of interest. Jarvinen and Iehto will met tomorrow evening in Duluth. and this mat. h, too. is arous ing much interest. REPAIRING AND 9 - Houghton REMODELING VOTES BY PRECINCTS. Clerk Msrtin Gives Out Figures of Re cent Townehip Election. rownshlp cie .. Oaonre Martin rJhla morning gave oul the, figures by pro- incts of the vote cast in the recent township election. The tirtnl was n,- &.r. (tf thtls MUintHT I'.sindm.ister Jo- siah Reed received the highest, 3,22$ ot-.. The trotai by precincts follow: No. 1. SOS; No. 2. 21.'; No. 3. 201; No. I, 2C; No. '., :U3: No. C. LT.H; No tti No. I, 111; No. . 328; No. 10. ?li N... II. 4:i:'.; No .11, 111! No. 13. 100 Total, 3,.".!r,. STATEMENT OF CONDITION l ebruary 20th, 101 RESOURCES Loans and Haoountl Hnls, Mortgagen and SocuiMles overdrafts itanklng IfaejM ;,n. l ixtures .. Iue from other bunks Cash an hand t f,23,r07.4 . 103.160.7S 440.9S 37.R00.O0 122. 730.19 f.C. 1 1 Total LIABILITIES Capltul Sto. k IttrphHI Fund I'ndivided I'rorlts (Mat) DlM to Fsnks V mm.'rclul I )..osifs . . Savings lieposlta Total tl,049,701.l $ 100,000.00 100,000.00 2,ls:..T2 13.373.S9 xso.r.oi.M 416,r,34.l . II 019,701.14 STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH C0RDW00D MORRISON ESTATE I w Fresh by Express Today Strawberries Atparsguj Pme Apple 8pmsch Tomatoes Green Onions New Csbbage owed Potatoes Radishee Cucumbers Psrsley New Carrots Cauliflower New Boeta New Wax Benns A. BARSANTI & CO. Phone 437. FOUR MAIL CARRIERS NOW. roMinaetor Vincent Voire of the Iurlum post o;li-e stated this morning that he has put on a sub-carrier, until the arrival of Post OfBco Inipector Ot f Marquette, making four carrier:. m duiv. I'. st master Vaito says the carriers - meeting witli . on.M idem!, 1 didl ul- ty in the dellveiy of mail because houses are not numbered properly, and there are other den-eta in the system. It is hoped to remedy theac in tlm . C. 4 H. CRICKET MEETING. The annual meeting of the C. eV H. crlehei i. am will be held Saturday evening at 7 .to o'etesBB In the Harper and Thomas undertaking p.iriors. NV iTIC DOCTORS AND MID- $ VV I VKS. I'lease all at th Tow nship clerk's office ax soon as possible and sign Idrth returns for year ending Match 31 1012. fieorge Martin, W Townslil. Clerk. INsl'lt .-- i- Aid, IT8 BR INOafM, rAUCRTT BROB, QTJCK, News Want Ads bring results. NEW SERIES APRIL 1st NORTHERN MICHIGAN BUILDING eV LOAN ASSOCIATION. STOCK NOW FOR SALE FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK Calumet and Laueium, Mich. WOULD LEGALIZE BIG FIGHT. Santa Ke, N. M.. April 10. Repre sentative Tripp has introduced in the House u bill to jK-rmit boxing contests in the state under atri. t tupervision for forty-five rounds or less. The bill Is designed, primarily, it is said, to permit the Flynn-.Iohnson champion ship fight at Las Vegas on July 4. und It is claimed has a go.nl chance of paaeagc. NEW CARS ON SOUTH SHORE. The South Shore road will about June 1 place two new dining cars or tho run from Duluth to Sault Sle. Marl. The company also will place two new combination observation cafe cars on the run between the copper country and the Straits of Mackinaw This Ls a part of the new e'pilp- tnejit recently planned by the oili lals of the road, but 'tp to this time it was impossible to say when the new cars would be placed on the run. POMPEII'S DISCLOSURES. Excsvator? Now Working In Part of City Buried Deepest. It is evldei.t trom the rviorl.s as U recent dis-overies in I'ompcil that the excavators are now working in a part of the city that was mote decide bur led by the great eruption -l TH than was the portion hitherto uncovered. There were in Pompeii. ,.f eour.se. no tail buildings. In the modern under standing of that term, but man Dt haps the majority of them had sgeond storief, or something like, with bab.. nien ami portlcoi on the mop,, import ant structure::, of these, now, lit tle more than hints or traces hav. WE HAVE THE RIGHT FINISH for your floors, it is called EBS3S 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. Keckonen Hardware Co. 'Phone 163. CALUMET, MICH. been found, owing presumably to the l act that they were for centuries more or less exposed to the wenth-r or to the many accldt uts and robbeligg that it shallow covering of asln s n n i. possi ble. Access to most of the rati Had fcrJOiTI must at rtrst hav hace eaay, eg not ery riltllcult. else would the harvest of "ndics." when sst. natic exca.iuoti began in roOaaag t; . , have been yreuier and of more mirinsio alu. The lty h is. indeed, been a umic of l.riceless iniinins, m.m tite stand ptdnt of the archaeologist and the stu lent of the classics, b.u. n compari son with what must liave been tssrc on the day of doom, the "propet t f r.--'ov. ied bas been small n amount nnd of poor quality. As v. i inn,. was JU.. tuaiiy doatroyad by th. eiupiion. the industrv of the earh gloaaacs must IlilVe BOSfl Well lew allied. It pays to advertise. South Caroling produced last roar 2.000 pounda of t . soim- of whu n lias sold for as much as -1 cents a pound. Boms of New York's theater RMMta k-ers, it Ir ,Ve found a v,. to beat the ticket pat u lators. They s. II the tick. i. at auction and pockei lbs promiUin themselves. LOAN8 ON RRAii BgTATR QCICK BWRV1CE. WO OK1.AY. rAupjrrr brob, & buck. There will be a regular nieeling of L'aliiinel Aerlf No. r. o. a to. nUrht. April pith. Husincss of import - Mil RT I'.l UK MAN, Se. THE SHRINKING NICKEL. Here is a picture of a car in a "RUSH HOUR." No one LIKES to stand up. We know it. Naturally enough this period of AN HOUR is remembered UNFAVORABLY. The thing that is FORGOTTEN is that we HAVE TO keep cars running ALL DAY LONG, often when there are not one-half enough ps scnirers to fill them. The truth is that every twenty-four hours we provide many more seats than are occupied. I n ,.o' -j n ..P. , ' IHW ' . 1 1 I -3aaesBBBsa'-5fr THE RULE HOUGHTON COUNTY TRACTION COMPANY