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THE CALUMET NEWft SATURDAY, MARCH 20, i3ij, HEW FEATURE OF LIAOIUTY ACT Many Employers Giving Jobs Only to the Healthy CARTER MAY RE TORNADO VICTIM 1,339 VOTES IN THIS TOWNSHIP The Man Buying Tools Muresco Wall Pinisli f 1 lh until'. ! . i vastly applied. Klvlmr thu-h. Will net peel i,r rub ell'. l it It Hat l Silk-Tone Wall Finish Similar shade ti .Miiivsio, with velvet linlsh. May ho washed willi soap nul Hiiltr, Huts avoiding nce ssilv ff l'n uucutlv I cvoat ititt. WALL PAPER CLEANER, CARPET AND HUG HLNOVATOR. FURNITURE POLISH, LINOLEUM VARNISH. 1 CARLTON HARDWARE GO. Spring House Cleaning Headquarters Former Calumet Young Man Dead Only at Terrc Haute, Intl. l)itl You liver Hear a Man Say U7ci Sonic Property or Business Is for Sale Tu n Mn, in a I'.n -i.iln. I vvish I h i, I 111 - in 1 1 - t bii ii." His vvisIumc) lie had the money will never get him anything or any v.'ierf, b'.it s.iviihj hit money will. 'I ii-' in. i:i uli' ,m, and lias a bank account is ill'" man who takes ,k!. nilac o!' tile hal tcailts, bicatl.'-e he has "ready money." IT mi are ii. .t s.nini; a part .'I . 1 1 : .-alaiv each iiit'iilli. you ouylit to and we am 1. 1 1. 1 ;.nl t " Ii.im- you start at this bank run il I In.- liist deposit 1 ..!.! l.l". f FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURIUM H i'.ipil.il, $100,000.00 Surplus iml IVolils, $10,000.00 K OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING. Tlif many friends o( Frank. Carter, Mi car old son of .Mr. and Mrv, Kd- jwaril t. inter tf Caluuitt, uiv anxious- Iy awaiting Information couccrulnj; his death this wick ul Tcrre H.tgto, Ind. Il is feu red Ik: Is one ul' tlio twenty vic tims ul' Monday's tornado in (liat city. Tltt juuity nun's mother, .Mr8. L'd ward I'm U r, and brother, Kvclytt Car ter, lift Widnesday In response iu u message received Tucsda) from u phy sician itt that city, informing tliein that lie could not lie. As they had no pre vious liitimalion that lie was ill, as would hcviii probable In view cif the fait that two brothers. Joseph and John Cutter are located iu Tern Haute, It is supposed he was injured iu the tornado which . tl Tcrre Haute .Monday. His mother and broth er weiu unable to reaeh Tcrre Haute j up lo last eveniim. having hi en unable lo proceed furlher than the Wabash rlei nineteen miles away, because of the Hoods li it-It blocked all trausor tatioti facilities. While. walling Ij eoiitiuue to Telle Haute, they received advices iiulieatiiiK that the )ouiik mau was dead, aiul coiive.vid this inl'orma lion to Calumet. further di lulls prob ably wilt not be received until after their arrival al Tene Haute. It was planned to bring the icuiaiin l Calumet an, i if possible this plan will 1 1 be carried out. .Mr. Caller bad been located iu Torre Haute since last summer. He was well Known here. Di-sidcs his patents, nov el al brothers. Joseph and John nf line Haute. IMward. Will. Kvclvji, i red. Tom and Stanley of Calumet and two sisters. Mrs. Harold Makes and .Miss ihatlicc. both of Calumet, sur Vi e. One of Every Three Enrolled Cast Ballot Yesterday SPIRITED CONTESTS FOR THE ALLOUEZ GONVENTION f U MTS FOR NOMINATIONS A7 rnr.ciNCT CAucusts and CONVENTION. i .Mi '. !" i iiMiip , "i, ti"n. " . wn; In I, .l.,jiila eii'iiin.u iii ' ' i . iy will lir hot y , niilcsli'd. ' " ' . .. .1 -if .ii !.. held tl,i ' ..i. i, hi 1 1,, r ' ,i ,. . i ini-' s ' ' I'-!. ! ,., .1 v K II. I llll II- ' ' i' : .ii. - .; mi , k -in.) .Mlon. , 1 ' 1 I ! I 'i; ,u;, '. ,,'i, uatc. I..' I I I K r II i ..t I;. !i. .Mm- - M 2 i j 1 1 i I . . .Milii. i K ai'.l II . iilll. I K lllaL'l' - -.b.1' . 1 1 . I i in i Ah- ' ! I. Ik Al.'iiaw K ii i;. . .Mi. ..ii . i ' a. I - .1...-. .j i I K. . -i. A II- " I..- t:.i-'ii ..ii .mi . u- ' '! IT.-U. .ban ri..v i'.. i. lb : i '. li. M.'K'.ili .il,,'. '- '. !-'.,. .1,K vi U ' 1 iiii!i.-'ioiirr M i, h- V .' . i:.i ( I'M: . li. l-l k " : i ' i ! . I S n,i 'iiv a iiil I M - Tow a whip Treasurer Alfred J. Collin.-. Highway Commissioner l-Jruest I aill. . -J ' I -1 of I'vace. lull II I III 4 li IT I. l"rinitlto. .lattice of I'e.ne. to llll ;h;iih,. Harry Sun in U. M Uil'i. I of I'.oard ot Uexiew. two cat s W. I. I'ai'ler. 1 1 i i' cr of Hiiiliwaj s J'ri d Nerd-.-1 l oin. 'oust. b A inli'i w' Jai ksoJi, John I'.i id, John II lib r. I'h.irles Piiniiu r. Grant Township. Tin' ii, ml township Nomination li'l' t named at the onvelitioll this wnli I ;is ji'llows: l'ir Snpi ; iMl-Saliitn I IliiNclnH. 'I'nw ii- liip i !i i !;- li li-r i illis. Tow ii-l.ip Ti'imsui er I'.oIh i t C. I ,l''. It. ".iniii. vn la r of Highways -John I M .-I I'tiiMi'i ..I Hi'hw av s V'hai h. s Cti.w i, .Mei'it.it .I 1','i.itil o I Kcview. two vi a r - A lull ) -w A ndi ii in. .lu-t'ie i f Hi" I'eace. olK' v;ir Wil liam !'iri;,i. .1 t-tiie of the IV.ur. two veals An drew M. '.ni l in i "I II,-1 Ain't' I 'n . ..an. . ! .iil.iai t h ! e . "i iir i " it l I.. 1 , !' tl"li. Slifimnn Tnwnjlup. ' . . l.-J, I I' I,, r ei.l.'-ei, ,, I ;i ' iv. ii -i ; j i i'ii ) tit ion i he , - l.i.l.iu I' " I'.IV I.I I. lV I. II. i ' ik r i'.iil. .: I.i hi,. I "or i'oinmiisiener of I Ilghw a. s IV let- llcptillK. l or Overseer of Highways, Hitrkt y. 1 -Jahn Cyitda. I 'or Cverseer of Highways, District No. :' Joseph HeiilinK. l or ((itrscir of Highways, District No. .i - Peter Sehuler. lr Oeersecr of HishwaVH. LMstrict No. 4--K. Knuliosoi). I "or Munhef Hoard of Hcview- I'd iniiii.j Hruixau. l-'or Juslice of the Peace KosCoc lliltl. I'or Constables Kayuiotnl Dejosher, Joseph Plante, Ildtuund IJiuueau, Jr., and JotJ'h Lia:nntejt. CALUMET WOMAN'S CLUD. Pro!ra"i of UiuiiiMl Mrit Enjoyed by Member Yesterday Afternoon. A pioto'itm of nnusnal nn-til was en ioyid by those who Mttetnhil the met t -inn of tin; Caluutit Women's flub yes teii;. iftenioon. The theme was "A Day Willi Our Authors." Mrs. Minnie Merlon gave sketches of (lo' poets with short readings tYoin iMants "Thanatopsis," an extract lioin LuiigfiUow's lluilding of the Ship." The "Dorkings." a sketch adopted from Ihe. poem of Phoebe Ca- I 'or Constables- Harrison Kings- j r'.v. written not later Ihun ISjU was Ion. John Nai;eiij;ast. William M. "ar li.'li aiul I'litiik Pisstilo. Saiitiii I Jiniiin will oppose Samuel IIiim IhII ..f u.i i' ifor anil Jacob Ilia-.) I w ill oppi.SK Charh s lirowii, botli I illinium oil Mil'-' Ecde River Township. The I'iagl)- I : r towii'diip eoliveii ii. n placed the following Nomination I ! I . I in I Ik : I "or Sup) t i ..r William I'liapman. Cor i "h 1 1- - John Sil.ilsh . 1 C t 'I'iim oier Ch at 1 s l'.raiil. C?.tahl.-.hTl In 1873. Merchants 6c Miners Bank CALUMf.T, MICHIGAN. t,.-ui $r,0.nw.(X) : do run. i 00,000.00 Und.v.tJrd frohls 4,000.00 Churl's U'ly'JV, I'l i idi nt. P't Hoop Vie Pi e:.nh ul. W. H. Andrt.oM, V. Pms mid Msi jlrph-n PiiH, Ca. ho r J. E. ohtprftd, A:. t't Cashltr, It,, olio f i u .f tin. Prfol- h.,v,. had long pfntnr In bfkiny. r.flty of II,)' luo.Jj ,,r ib. iositor Ji i i I.. H "Ivmi fi't onidration, A lfjt ifjeivt is ..in i.'. al all limes Mote- limn twit th uniOunt ta iimifd h lw. i 1 1 1 pit of th not eirning n pjid In stockholder it. 'I In- fmiiinHr i. udded In run plus tind undivided profits accounts, tit. i I steadily mcre.isiia the strength of (hi; bank. particularly applicable to Ihe fond I ti'.ns surrounding the submission of tin sulfrago amendment, at this time, In fact it might have been well vrP I. n in mu. Mrs. .lei-sii I'. Catnett gave :oiue tint) to an intt resting talk on t--Jnrl slory writers. She decided that labaif Allen Poe ji.nd Henry James still ili Ahl'd Ihe honors, being Iho be:-t of lloir class up to I lie present time. Mrs. Maud t5. Van D itseti eon.-idtred Aiiierican Hiitnori.-ts from John Sa.ve. AVashinKton Irving. Artemus Ward toC.iil Hamillou, Marietta Ho- l. Mjiii Killy and finally to liret H ull., Waterman and P.eu King. Mrs. Lucy K. Li en recited ' Sin' Things at Night"' by James Wh'i oiiib llih.y, and Mrs. Van Duisen i lo.sed the literary pari with Hmi King's rliarae t.ristie imi'iu "If I Should Die To night." A violin solo was given by Albert K.hiy. aeconipanhil hy Lyle Kitgalrout. A song with violin and piano accoru panimeiit was given by Miss I.lnhof. The meeting on April Ith will lwr -i public one. Subject 'TM.mntiM Ameri can Musicians." It will be In chargo of Mrs. Mary flu put; and Mrs. Lucy K. Ihi.tl State Savings Bank LAURIUM, MICHIGAN fit ABL'SHED NOVEMBER. 1B97 Capital SI 00.000.00 Surplus Fund.. 100.000.00 Deposits 600.000.00 OMICUkS JOMN&ON VIVIAN, President. WILLIAM H. T HI EL MAM, Vice. Pretident. JAMES T. FISHER, Ch.er. EDWARD P. BAST, Ats't CaeHitr. UIKliCTOKS JOHMT.ON VIVIAN W. H. FAUCETT WM. M. THIELM AN J. P. PETERMANN F. 8. CARLTON JAMES A. TORREANO JAMES T. FISHER Mfrcd I'aull of thin city was chosen us vlor in tsident and Scorg Chati l as assistant seereliiry at this wofk'H nut ting of the Calumet dub at tlio Cnivcrsily of MUhlgan. The nietn bus are; indmvorlng to Hrrange for a sricn of papers by prominent Ca4u nift rrsiibnts, to b rettd at their reg ular meeting. o as to keep In flur touch with honti? affairs. 1 CALUMET U. OF M. CLUB. Out o." a total enrollment of 4.400 voters In Calumet township, there were only 1,33!' votea recordetl In jesterday's primary election, Just nhotit one vole out of every three. The volu was about the smallest, recorded in a j.rlinary election In this township. This may bo attributed to the facts that a number of ProgressiveH fulled to change Iheir en rollment lart January, that interest wan lacking uud tliat th mines work ed nil d iy, giving the employes Utile opportunity to voti. The small vole an urguun nl for keeping the poll open to a later hour, possibly S o'clock, in future elections. There Is ut' present a law which makes this discretionary with township boards In primary elections and il would Hot be necessary to wall for the legislation pending, un-nllon of which was inado last evening. Local Democratic and ProKP-sslvo leader were asked today whether or not there wus u possibility of an p pci'l fop n Judicial deeislotl as to Ihe const ituMonallty of th" 1" per cent elauM'. In both easts it was slated Ihls Is a matter for the slate central eommittiesi to take up and that there Is little likelihood of such notion. The fount) organizations of neither party have fottsldered muh action. ... ... ...... ... m .... . .. . .. local snrviTiEfi. .r. 'I' ! 1 1 i ii li 1 4- -H-4-f -H-f-r Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Curtis or Mo l.awk are visiting iu Chlcaiso. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Launder lias ar rived luune from a Revet al months' vis it to Cornwall, England, John llorvath of MohawTi, who lias been "onllnod in the Mohawk hos)llal with a fractured Bpine inoe last Aug ust, has recovered fullicicntly to be able to 6it up. C W. Marquardt of Houghton, gen eral freight agent of the Copper Kaiige Is here on business. Airs. Otorgo lloss in 111 at her home In Kid Jacket. Mrs. John Bogando lias lift fur De troit, where she expects to visit with friends. ."Will Lamoro has gone tit St. Thoma;', Out., to visit for a short Huh. Miss Jtessle Hell, telephone opiratur. Is reortid to-foe Improving" from an oeratinn for appendicitis. Jay anj !eorge Thompson am visll- ing wllh their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Thompson. I. J. Sullivan and (Scorge- Milkr has rfturned from a business visit to Du lulh. ' ; Miss IJa IMuni, daughter of Mr. and Mrp. Hen Htttm, a student at the Yti- sllantl Normal, will spend her spring vacation in Chicago. ROLLS THREE GOOD GAMES. Cubs Team Takes Three Straight From Y. M. C.'A. Bunch. The bowling match between l he Cubs and V. M. C. A. teams on the Cubs alleys last evening, resulted in a victory for the former In three strnKut games. I ue scores rolled were excel lent. Thiy wire us follows: Cubs. Hrevick I Schulle Dimmer Welslng IC'J 13.' 2ri J. Schulle 164 i;,r. loo 212 li 211 ir; JV 2 1 j MSti h; Y. M. C. A. Dunstan 13 1l:i Sineock 1.jI 117 Cardis 1 7-J !'. M ihan , . . 202 131 llagen 17a ISti M3 82 Tmitraik vi, Teddy Bear6. The Teddy altars defealed Ihe aracM three straight games last The scores: Tamarack. Itu-J.ll- 11.1 Madigau 131 Luka IIS Andrews 162 Drew 13U otuls . . Dudlpy . . Dm lei -on Wright .. Halter . , 619 Teddy Beats. ,134 ,icr, .MO .114 THREE DOLLARS "Will be scceptcMl for $4 worth of goods In our Dry Good and Shoe Departments. This means ixattly what it taje. Will You Lot Us Show You? MYCKMAN STORE CO. Phono (65. TRADE AT AND SAVE MONEY. Ulson .138 Ifil 123 123 134 123 tIGG 18 I3S 17!) 133 113 Totuls 'IS C93 5RMi IGJ 14 i ;i ixj 1ST Tu in- night 1 29 123 149 113 112 6S0 142 lit 110 H:i 117 A feature of ilkhlxan'a compensa tion law Which bas Uot been revealed heretofore has come, to light und re veals a startling probability which may work great fhanges iu the Indus dial conditions of Ihe state. As the law Is interpreted today employer timsl wed out the physically unit, the diseased iu body and mind, from the tanks of skilled workers. When the industrial accident board ruled that the employer vva.s liable for conn filiation even though the work man received his injuries while intox icated, or while suffering such an at tack aa an epileptic stroke, the insur ance loinpanies who are farrjlng the risks took action. Hire Only Healthy Men. They have delegated competent phy sicians and surgeons to deliver ad dresses lo the foremen and superin tendeuhs of Ihe plants where they cur ry risks, n ml In these addresses the overseers are instructed to make a study of the men they employ, to note their ;ih.v slcal and mental qualities uud to refuse anything except tjie com monest and least dangerous labor to any who are untlt. Compensation must lie paid for th XuJl time that the man is alttitioUiunn !ils work np to the maximum amount which he may demand for such un in jury, despite the fact that Ms own I liy?l il condition is responsible for his Inability to labor. Alcoholics Mutt Go. This is (he second big plant of this nature which come to light since the law went into effect. The llrst was brought forth by the ruling that even though tin employe Is injured because of carelessness resulting from Intox ication, he I entitled to compensa tion. Throughout all factories lu the s(af n general movement which had for 1ti purpose .the weeding out of alcoholics began and it Is being car ried forward sleudlly. AVhat Hie result will 1 cannot br forecasted. The big manufacturing concerns claim I hey cannot afford to eland losses which these two rulings would force upon them. They mu.U therefore pro t Oct themselves lu the on ly way left open, and that means that the alcoholic und physically and men tally unlit must go A FAMOUS STAMP DEALER. Js often Induced to purchase what he doesn't need. That is not our way, our assortment Is do large that we are in position to sell ou Just the tool you want, (inj what will prove most serviceable and satlsfa'toi . .You'll come again. Take a look at our display window and see a large variety to chouse from. ' KECKONEN HARDWARE CO. CALUMET Phone 1G3 MICHIGAN The recent death of the I aiglishiuuii h'duard Stanley Gibbons has brought the most romantic career of tho phil atelic business to a close. Horn iu Ply- mouth iu lMu, the )tar tlio Hist post age stamp was Issued iu this country, he beari collecting stamps In HCd when an assistant lu his father's chemist's shop. He established him self us a st imp dealer iu lh3t. thu-t founding- tin.' famous firm of Stanley liibbous, now a. limited company. Ue cantc to London In 1874. and contin ued to deal until lV.'O, when he dls poted of the business for C 23.000 lo the present coinpan). He rclltcd to Twickenham, but spent most of hl time lu traveling about the world. 11 j wis a. man of short, stature und one to whom nature had not been kind, but he was end owed with remarkable hitinifcs abilities ami a happj tein oirimiiil which helped him to injoj life lo its fullest extent ami lo bridge over troubles when Ibcy came aion.. One. of his peculiarities was that he would not kiip a shop, but ouly con din led business by post. This rcrcrvc naturall) lost hint many good custom ers who took the trouble lo cull upon him. He alwajs said that he, would not. have lil.-i time wasled by cullers, as Ida business kept him more than oc cupied. Ills llrst big deal was prob ably his best. It was in lb()3 thai two ,ailors sa.vv ta-me sheets of potafce stamps ilsij)il iu Ids father's shop in Pl mouth. They liiMuired if ho bought used stamps, and on being told that he did they fetched a big suck of stamps from their ship. Th'a suck, I hiy said, they had won lu a fdillling raffle at Capetown, and were highly ploubcd lo accept 1 3 for H. The slamps were all triangular Capes, including many rare "wood-blocks," and Mr. tlibboits estimated that he made well over t.'iO'l out of the trails action. They would have been wort It thousands today. ljiidoii Inciter. ON THE CUBS ALLEYS. Vertin Broa. 'Team Takes Three Straight From Carlton. Tho bowlln.-r match between the Vertin Pros, and Carlton teams on the Cubs alleys Thursday evening result ed lu a victory for tho former In three straight gamei.;. by the follow lurf scores ' Vortine, Caesar 138 1-1 13) Peking 174 145 190 Curto 139 12 117 Ixary 131 llf 132 DeCooyer 144 137 13J 74C 636 Carl tons. Klevln 129 Trembacli 115 Hansen 143 Grlgg.i , 181 Larson .'. 121 695 128 131 138 131 121 73 1 HJ 11 J 111 112 162 709 REGISTRATION TODAY, This Is icKislriitii.il da). All .(null lied elect oi'8 wh have not placed their names on the general registration books of the township may do so to day . I Seen use of the fad that Iho rp Istrallou for the. fall general tlwlloti wus unusually heav), it Is not aiill.'l patedd the registration loda) will a, Id in in) names to the honks. DANCINti IJISKONS Private lesyons by aipoliitiiietit Phono 21 6-. Addrefx 510 7th 81. Reglna Smith. Ad vertlteinetit 29 Air slaked llmev'Uhed In earth In which planU are potted.' will keep Worms awayi . " :" . . ,; LUNCH ROOM 2N0 FLOOR Hot Kuast Beef 1Ap Sandwich JLC OUR SPECIALTY COFFEE AND CRLAM SON GUR selection in Stetson blocks expresses the last word in Spring hat styles for men the Soft and Stiff hats now being worn by smartly dressed men everywhere. So longTas a man can take pleasure in wearing a Stetson, he need never he afraid of sirowinir old. CUB'S Also Tiger and Champion Brands Vertin Bros- Co. CLOTHING DEPT. : : MAIN FLO OK Let Us Take the Worry Off Your Mind Wt WANT TO TAKL ALL Till. t;t.'..PC)rP.U:il. ITY OP YOUH FIMF. INSURANCE. Vl. VILL GUARANTEE CORRECT FORMS, HLA!;ONADl.L RATES AND 7 1 IE MOST HESPON0I DLL COM PANIES. FAUCETT BROS. &. GUCK INKURANCC SINCE VJ.V2. --V 1 N KINSMAN & WAGNER Hot Water Incubators Mrfufrt'-lit1 iinto 1'b D9t lor Prit. Sec Our DiM''"' Toultry Supph"- Cor. titli und Stott CALUMET. W. THURTELL The OPTOMETRIST Has relumed to Calumet and had hi ofllco in THE ORENSTEIN BLOCK, Fifth Street, Hours 1 to 6 tind 7 to p. m. I'es thoroughly and seleiillllcally examin ed, and glasses made, to fit. All work guaranteed. Telephone 9!)9. Any relatives or trlends going away or coming to visit? Tell us. No charge. The Newo welcomes news Items. WAIT FOR 99 Our CANNED FOOD SPECIALS in our Aqril Price IM VERTIN BROS. CO. TRY A NEWS WANT AD.