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TAD CALUIIET HE70
i MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1912.
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JOHNSON VIVIAN, Prtidsnt.
' W. H. THIELMAN, Vice President.
' JAMES T. FISHER, Cashier.
EDWARD P. BAST, Asst. Cashier.
U. P. DETENTION HOUSE.
Chances For State Institution Said to
Th.it lh change- for a state detcn
tlon Ik use located In the upper penin
aula, are better now than tlioy have
ever been Is the opinion of a number of
mipcn ise.r who are In tbo city to at
tend the third quarterly meetirr, ie
ports the Soo news. It Is planned to
recommend the construction of a suit
able detention heuiso for the prisoners
In the upper peninsula at the next m
ion of the legislature. Th matter
wast llrst brought up In Chippewa
t.nunty last lummT when a special
session of the beard of supervisors was
culled ti dcterinirv whut voeild be
done w ithx prisoners that had hitherto
been sentenced to the Detroit house of
correction. .After Sept. 1 the hemse of
correction In Detroit closed its doors
to prisoner sentenced frvm place h out.
side of Wayne county,, and it was de
cldede at the rpeolal session of the
supervisors tJ kep eueh prisoners in
the county jail and let them do scch
work os ould be deni under proprr
management nt the county faim. urtll
the counties in the upper )cnlnsulu
had decided what was to be done with
the upper peninsula prisoners hero
alter. The need of an institution simi
lar t the Detroit house of "correction
has been apparent for many years audi
the urvisori of this oov.nty believe i
that cne should be built In this part
of the slate at owe. Tho counties of
tr.e upper peninsula will, it is believed
work together to obtain this Irttitu
lion, as conimupnieetioris have been
received by :netnbers of'tlu board of
supervisors f r m other cc unties and
they are anxious for the construction
of a detention house north of the
Stella Itcbekah lodge. No. 2owll
Rive a Hallowe'en social Tuesday, Oct.
at He la lodge room, Union Hide
Dancing and lunch. Everybody wel
come. Admission 23c and 15c. 28
. J 150.000.00
THE OLDER DOYS
To Be Held Under Y.M.C. A Aus
pices at Grand Rapids
The tenth annual state boys' con
ft rence for the older boys of Michl
gan. will be held In the Grand Rapid's
high school building:. Nov; 29 to Dec. 1
Inclusive, under the auspices of the
State Young Mens Christian Asso
The conference theme Is the "Re-
latlonshlu of Older Roys." while the
motto of the convention is, "He a
Friend." The conference committee
Is composed of William H. Gay, chair
man. Grund Rapids; Eugene C. roa
tr, Detroit; F. S. Goodrich, Albion;
C. L. Rowe. Jackson; F. A. Toole.
Jackson; Oscar J. Fox. Grand Rapids,
The secretary of the committee Is J.
A. Van Dls.
Last year the attendance at the
convention passed the 400 mark and
this year it Is planned to entertain at
least 500. The program promises to
be one of the best yet eiven. Several
speakers such as James A. Whltmore
and Dr. George J. Fisher, men of na
tional reputation, are already sched
uled to be present. Many other lead
ers of boys' work will also be there.
Ralph Craig, the noted sprinter, who
carried off the honors for Michigan at
the Olympic games In Sweden, is plan
ning to be present with the Detroit
It has been planned to give free en
tertainments for all older boys from
15 to 20 years of age. Every boys' or
church club. Sunday school , class,
Young People's society, or boy scout
organization la allowed to send two
older boys to this state convention and
annual conference. No boy uder 13 is
allowed to be a delegate. Every dele
gation f f five or less should be accom
panied by an adult leader. The Calu
met Y. M. C. A. will be. well repre
sented. The tenative program Is as follows:
Friday Afterr.oen, Nov. 29.
2.00-4:0(1 p. M. Ib?gistrntlon of
Pclev-'ate. Y. M. C. A.
4.30 P. M Business session and
C. 00 P. M. Conference Uanquet.
Tonstmaster, Wm, II. Gay, Grand
Words cf welcome.
From the boys Melvln Anderson
From the churches Rev. II. C. Roes-
From the Y. M. t A. H. M. Lies-
From the schools J. H. Davis.
Responses by 1911 Officers.
Mr. lames A. Whltmore New York
Dr. George J. Fisher New York,
Saturday Morning, Nov. 30.
9:00 Address by Dr. Fisher.
30 papers by boys on Relation
His home life. i
Ills church life.
Ills school life.
I. His community.
.. His religious life.
:. HI social lire.
7. His recreational life,
t. His companions.
10:30 Discussion. i
11 -Of' ddress by Mr. Whltmore.
11:30 Conference Photograph.
12:00 Delegations me.-t to 1m nun to
gether. Satjrdsy Afternoon.
1 : 30 Leaders' Conference.
2 0o Afternoon given over to recre
ation. Sight-seeing" trips, educational tours,
gymnasium work, swimming, etc., Ir.
chare of the local committees.
5-oo-Parado of older boys.
fi: oo Discussion croup a-ippcrs.
Church clubs. Sunday schools, boy
scouts, hlrh school clubs, city and
county organization of Y. M. C. A.
employed boys, adult leaders.
S:('0 Song service.
Reports of discussion groups.
Stereopticon and moving- plctcros.
Address by Dr. George J. Fisher.
Sunday Morning, Dee. 1.
do Leaders conference.
10 30 Delegate will attend church
services with their hosts.
3:30 Meeting for boys over 16.
Addresa by J. A. Whltmcre.
Meeting for boya under 16.
Address by Dr. George, J. Fisher.
7:00 Closing sessions of the on
ferenee. Farewell talks by leaders and dele
gates. VERY ATTRACTIVE.
A lovely display of needlework was
opened today at the Calumet Hotel-by
MUa Hamerlck. Owing to Increased
business, lessons will he given 1n the
morning- only. Hours 9:30 to 12 and
1:30 to 6. Open Thursday evening- for
t-.nuv r.poole fAdvertlsement.) 28
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FAUCETT DIMS. & BUCK
CalumeL Mich. Laurlum, MJch.
A t t 1 1 1 a a a m a- a. sl a a
T T 1 1 T l I 1 T " T i I I viiil 11 1 V I
Hartlctt Kemp has taken a position
in the C. & II. foundry.
Madame Hading has returned from
h visit to Duluth.
K. P. Mont let h of Marquette is In
Calumet on business.
Mrs. William Jamea ia refioited sert
ously ill at the C. & II. hospital.
Ellis Rrown has gtme to Flint, where
he will visit for a short time.
J. C Hansen left thl.i morning for
the Soo en business. -
A son has been oorn to Mr. and Mrs,
Peter Wlssl left this morning for
Dctrtlt to visit.
O. Tian?n left this morning- for
visit in ivtroit.
Miss Florence Tumbln has arrived
here front Cornwall, urxl will locate
Mrs. Anna Wareham has returned
from Detroit and lower Michigan
Mlsa Marion Weeks left this morn
Ing for Seney where she will visit for
a short time.
Rev, Fr. Kloibc of tho St. Joseph's
Slovenian church went to Aasinins cm
buslnet-s this morning.
Rev. C. II. Rutledgo left this morning
fcr lshpcming', after spenllns hevcrai
days in the copper country.
Dr. Todd of tho C. 11. hosiiltal
eta!T left yesterday f.r Chicago, where
he will visit.
The Red Jacket and Oalumet tlrt
departments were called out last eve
ning by a fUe alarm.
Mrs. F. Penrce of Centennial has ar-
Ivcd home from a visit to Detroit and
Miss Blanch Woodbury, -rf Ont., la
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I F. Ver-
The Tamarack Epworlh Ivwuo
gave a-very enjoyable program in the
hurch auditorium Saturday even-in.?.
Mrs, Lempl Pandstrom left Calumet
this morning1 for Detroit where she ex-
iccts to visit.
Mr. and .Mrs. Victor Nystie of
'aynesville nre visiting- local friends
nd rtia lives.
The members of Court '"North Star,
'. of A. on Saturday evening observed
their twervty-Bocond anniversary with
;i concert and social session.
Harry Wright. Percy Elliott and
John Warren have arrived here from
Cornwall and will locate here.
R. C. Chamberlain has g-one to Chi
cago. He Tvaa accompanied by Mrs.
Chamberlain, who will visit at White
Irs. John Knowlea of "the Florida
location and daughter, Mrs. Margaret
Eennetts of Tamarack, have returned
from a visit with Ishpcming- friends.
The members of Stella Reknh.
J-KKlge, will entertain at a Hallowe'en
party In the Odd Fellows' hall in the
i'nlon building tomorrow evening.
Miss Nellie M. Lewis of Helena.
Mont., v.ho has been visiting- Mr. rind
Mrs. P. o. J;aclftrom of Lnurium, has
left for her homp.
Tho Y. M. C. A. soyr football play
er will meet 'Wednesday eveniroir to
arrange n match for Saturdav, cither
with the Qulncy team !n Caluriet or
the Palnesdale teem at Palnejdale.
The Slovenian Youig- M.s' Benev
olent I'nlon will entertain at a ("ai-ic
ing- party in the Italian hall, Nov. 4.
The Laurlum orchestra will furnish
The Ideal orchestra will lurnish mu
sic for dancing' In connection with the
German Aid supper and danclntr party
!n the Red Jacket town hall one week
John Sekula and family 'eft yester
day for La (bach, Auntrla; to reside. Mr.
Sekula was recently Injured in cne of
the local mines and received throjph
the workings of the employers' liability
The Calumet employes of tho Wells
Fargo and Western Express eom
jsinles defeated the employes of the
Hancock oflice In a basVft ball nat'i'
in the Y. M. (. A. gymnasium Satur
day by the score f 4.1 to 15.
Th funeral of the N late Su-phcn
Cocking, of Tamarack, will tske place
tomorrow afternoon, with services at
fne residence, and Interment In Ivake
Linden cemetery. Rev. H. II. Mallin
son will officiate.
PLAY CREATES ENTHUSIASM -
"The Littlest Rebel" Will Be Presented
Here Friday Nnght.
Mr. A. H. Woods will presont for
the first time In this city, at the Calu
met theater, "Th Littlest Rebel," Fri
day evening of this week.
The following criticism is from the
pen or O. II. Hall, nramatlo. lviitoy,
Chicago Dally Journal:
The Civil War Is upon us agali.,
this time In the shape of tho blue and
the gray dramatic skirmish, 'The, Lit-
lest Rebel. This conflict began on the
stage of the Chicago Opera house with
a raid or. the plantation and ended
with the band playing 'Dixie.' Twlxt
beginning and end there were many
pictures of two sides of war that af
fecting the women and children at
home, and that engalngr the husbands
and fathers on the Held.
The action of the play swunw along
relentlessly on the trail of a confeder
ate scout, who was ever fugitive ami
cer firm fighter. .His fox-like trail
led ever and anon to the hiding place
of his amall daughter, who was half-
orphaned early In the play, and there
after was a sentimental buffer between
fighting gentlemen of the North and
ditto of the South. This child, the ti
tular character, was almost constant
ly In vle.w, even In a livHy and faf.l
skirmish that waa extraordinarily good
warfare for the theater, and that had
the merit of proceeding until It was
done and of ending- before It waa over
done. Thla scene. In the parlance ef
our art, the 'bis; acene,' drew upon th?
energy of perhaps 100 fighting men,
home and foot. Involved a liberal t'se
of ammunition, sent many a make
believe Yankee" and eke many a rebel
to picturesque make-believe death and
stirred the audience to, enthusiasm that
reached beyond High C." (Advertise
merit. . t .
at r.j. cuuncu
The Lake Superior Congregation
al Association .
The fail meeting of the Luke S'iperl
or Association of Congregational chur
ches will be held in the Red Jacket
Congregational church on Wcdnesd
evening, Oct. ?0. Morning, afternoond
and evening scssii ns will ho held,
commenolnsf at 10 00, 1:30 and 7:30
'clock, respectively. One of the fea
tures of the program will be tho ad
dresses by Dr. Chas. H. Heale of Mil
waukee. W. H. Anderson, the modera
tor will preside and the public Ir cor
dially invited to attend. Following- Is
the complete program:
IP: 00 Devotional exercises, led by
the Moderator. W. H. Anderson.
10: IS Sermon Llreaking Ground,
tephen J. Paull.
10. 4,1 Organization and preliminary
U.oo Paper The Spiritual Dyna
mic of Effective Witnessing. Rev.
1 :3t' Devotional exercises, lod b
John A. Taton.
1:45 Address Tho Logic of Events.
Dr. Chas. H. Heale.
M5 Paper The Ministers Message
end Appeal paper to be prtsemtud and
2:30 Distusalon on the above, led
by Rev. Matidus Harrett nd E. S.
3-oo Sunday schoi I hour.
The Sunday school' work a field
for the Ik st tale Ms of men end women.
3: JC Discussion on the above-
3:40 Our exKrience with graded
lessons, John Marshall, Mrs. N. R
Vivian. Mrs. W. It. Anderson.
4; 00 Communion service Aclimin-
istrators, Reverends Povey and Har-
rett. Offerings for the Ministerial Aid
4,30 L'nfinlfhed business.
7:30 Devotional exercises, led by
Hew Jesse Povey, offering toward the
general expenses of theAssocuMion.
8:00 Address The Foundations of
the New Age, Dr. Chas. II. Uealo. raB-
tor, Grand Avenue ConsjreKatlonai
LOCAL CROATIANS ORGANIZE.
Will Aid in Every Possible Way Home
Rule in Croatia.
The Croatlans of Calumet are keen
ly interested in tho fight for home rule
n Croatia and yesterday afternoon at
meeting1, held in the baremcnt of
St. John's Croatian church, organized
a branch of the National Croatian Po-
Itlcal league to help fuhher the
movement. Officers were selected, and
edher ousiness transacted
The movement for home rule In
Croatia had Its inception in this ceun
try in September of this year, at ,a
convention of representative Croa
tlans from all parts of the country, nt
Kansas Clt, Kas. New branches of
the national organization are being
organized In every part of the country
wherever there are Croatian.
The object la to aid in every pos
sible wiiy their fellow ceiuntrymen In
securing; home rule and rights to
which they are entitled. The constitu
tion "f Croatia has been suspended,
am' practically every , fieedom the
Croatiins once had has been taken
NOTICE COURT ROBIN HOOD
6283 A. OF F.
All members are requested to meet
Tuesday afternoon at erne o'clock at
their hall to attend the funeral of our
Inte brother, Stephen Cocking.
J Lnmpshlre. C. R.
Elizabeth Rebecca) Lodge, No. IS are
invited to attend the Hallowe'en So
cial 'rI en by the Stella Rebecca Idge
Tuesday evening. October 20th. Ad
mission, Gents 2.rc. Ladles 1 !c. Hessle
Purns, R. S.; Emily Lingdon, N. O.
The Milwaukee County Hospital
SCHOOL FOR NURSES,
offers to a limited number of young
women an excellent courso In the
theory and practice of nursing.
Applicants should he between the
ages of 21 and 35 years, have a good
English education and he of good
moral character. Monthly cnah allow
ances after the probationary term.
Application papers and bulletin of in
formation sent on request. Address:
Milwaukee County Hospital
School for Nurses.
Jos. WiesmiMer and Tred Cherc'a
veint now with Grinnsll Bros.
. All kinds of repairing, regulating
and voicing done on short notice. All
work guaranteed. .
Phono G78 307 Ouinrv St.
16 in. Split Wood
We enjoy the distinction of showing Purs of
quality, style and durability at popular prices
In ehoonin'g- your furs you naturally would Infer that an establish
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chandise ef merit and nluo that made Orensttin Bre&. famous.
Our Furs are popular priced, not because they are less expensive. R b
because wo prefer to sell them ut less profit than others. Our tstoclis today
are complete, the variety larg-j n the choosing of furs la an easy mat
Every Fur of Prominence Is
Shown in the Latest Models
We invite your Inspection and
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KECKOWEW HARDWARE CO.
The La u Hum Pythi.in Sisters will
give a Hallowe'en party on Oct. :th
at the First National r.ankHall, Lmr
tuin. Music by C. & II. orchestra.
Tickets 2.1 e-ents. (Ad e ttiseiiient.) 28
Nell Dick for clerk of Houghton
County on the Prohibition ticket. '
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CJAULT STE. MARIE is an attracfivc town
in eastern Michigan, 265 miles Jrom
Twelve thousand active, busy people live in
Sault Ste. Marie whose business can be
solicited without trouble or inconvenience
over the Bell Long Distance lines via the
Michigan State Telephone ' Company. The
rate is $1.50 for three minutes. Cali "Long
fee! confident eur furs will merit your
FO.R WOOD, CHIPS, COBS, OR ANY
The Heater whleh.we here Illus
trate is recognized as the cheapest re
liable Airtight on tho market today,
and while It Is undeniably a very
cheap stove, qunllty has In no way
been sacrificed to cheapness. It la Just
the right heater for light work. '
$1.50, $2.25, $2.75, $4.50
Ruys one here.
Phone 163, Mich.
RECKMEYER FUR DISPLAY.
Mr. E. Reckmcyer will be at thn
Calumet Hotel Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday of thla week with a
beautiful display of furs. You are
cordially invited to come and Inspect
these furs. (Advertisement.) 2'J
Philadelphia finds over fi.OOO dead or
fraudulent names on voting lists. Will
THE BEST COAL IN THE
K mined by Uncle Sam, and we
have about the choicest output
of his digging energy. Our suc
cks in tho coal business rests
largely, or course, on the quality
of the fuel supplied by our yard,
but coal cleanliness proper
screening prompt delivery and
courteous attention have much
to do with It, toej. Needs not to
say that we would like to have
Yars at Calumet, Tamarack,