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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1o13,
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DON'T OVERLOOK OUR
Strictly Pure Prepared Paint
, .,f Colors n Small and Large Cans.
GOOD GOODS LOW PRICES.
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
400 FIFTH STREET
John Koski Successfully Works
Out Novel Experiment
l CT THE CHILDREN KODAK. THEY ENJOY TAKING THE
i'Mf'LE. ALL OY DAYLIGHT WAY. YOU WILL CHCRlSH
IMf'.r VIVID Gl IMPStS Or" THEIR C A H C f H I. f DAYS
We have Kodaks from $5 up
Vastbinder & Read
I r EASTMAN KODAK CO.
ANNUAL CLEAN UP IN RED
JACKET STARTS NEXT WEEK
i.VL'HY ALLEY IN VILLAGE TO UE
VISITED CONCERTED AC
llf the IrlT,.-
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John Korkl, a member cf the PjIvj
lehti force, and an experimental farm
er, announce the suocafosful Issue i f a
J novel exj-rirneni he has made darinc
jtl:e w inter month, w hioh may leneth-
eri. the RTon'lntr season of the roppcr
country to tvvU months. .Mr. Koski
claims t. have suec ssfully cultivate,
potatoes beneath the mow, an. I fur
ther than that he has a chou'. ehit'it
(1 pew potato. t sunst.infi.itc
Mr. koski selected a hard variety
of mm and plaimd u small patch of
potatoes last September. The v:r.cs
ere ucil nhoxe the trronr..l when win-
tor .ante oil. hut the tuber were
hardl the si- of mar!ls. When the
j first heavy t'rots came. Mr. I'ik'm cov.
I -i-il tc ,nes with straw an I later on
I he made Mire ther- was a ;;.vd .over
j if -K of Mi'HV oer thi. Last wce. the
snow whuh cwi-nd hi potiti p: t " n
itiappcared an. I Mr. Kokl began the
' harvevt True tie .)il poi have
Mii'iah of tl. potatoes to nir:; :. for
j tr e:pei -jment was on vnw!! s.U
lain! t fit- -pv.rK were no; fnllv dcvel
I mHi'-i!. .1etiu.nMHitir.ir Mr. Koski nays
that ) j-rmi'l.t hav. planted the peed
iv or t ii- weeks earlier, tut a com
p;iti.'ti .f th- -i7--; .: i hose di'jr la.t
t.til witvi th. .',. ham-sted this sprint.
Iiiiiuil ..eneliii v ihat the potatoe
. f..ii :'i..'.vii ouiii.s' the wmtrr. wnici
jvav Hi- I I I ti" ii M ! i li je't ,.f the exi.rl.
i Mr. I-'m r. .-t th idea of ou'
! t i 1 1 1 1 . I'Oiut.'f s ilnritm the rvint t
ifioin iea.lir.ic !' similar experlir.i cts
I In l'i-U:iuni art.i tSermany in.l he H
. m 'i. i in fioin the lerulf. that httend-
( A ti.s e'fort - tin yer that oultlva
ti i. r.r.Jer thee condition!! ny he re
d,;f.l t profitable r'i-:
FISCAL YEAH TO
END APIIIL 30TII TOBAlTLEOIlflllHD Are Rcmodcline
ana uecoraung our score
Y. M. C. A. Receipts Sufficient to
Meet Running Expenses
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NORTH TAmAHACK FIRf FLITS.
SPECIAL SESSION idONDAY.
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Special Sole April 26
Prime Steer Rib Roast
per pound - - -
F. H. SCHUMAKER'S
, Ljo Cusnk Hju Tiken New Juvfnil
j BjieUill Team in Tow.
j Tfa- North Tarnaraoii Tire Hies have
r ij,.inl7d for the reason with Dan-
u.-i. k a manaKf-r. 1'inm t Clements
in a-o-i.-tint manlier and Jarnes Tay
lor a enptain. The team will make Its
fit si appearance on th old olrcup
pri'iin-i tomorrow inornito? at Ji
o'iIoc';. plavniK CVntenliul. Other
1 Rnrne with tams under f, years of
j a ;,' :i re deslrtNl.
I I;in ('tislck's ronnertlon with tho
I team reciilU to old f ins the fact that
j I r- put North Tamarack on the base
' o.ill map. F'nm a Juvenile tenm such
I as lli. Fire l'li-s, d.op-.l Mich
players .n Ptoy f'lilll.M, PYed Anthony,
I I'.i-n Hosevear, Jack !inter, Al Orlh
rri.i others who have risen to promt-
i iK-in in the national game.
I.rif-np of the Fire l'lies In
Albert Moilanen, eaten and
I'mmi't Clements, pitch and
S-oti; J:tin Taylor, first base and
ji. trli; Ixiiis Sandretto, second; Ilal-
n- Uial.i. third nnd pitch; Willie
Wii.atti, shortstop :md pitch; Yelmar
, N'iJ-'ilii. Ralph Iverson, Kdwln Cle
, ments and I'lody ltusell, Jielders nni
I Melvin Itosevejir, mas. ot.
J Manaser i'lisb'k announcer; lie h.i
,110th in tc to do with the Tamarack
Ettabliihed In 1873.
Merchants fi Miners Bank
I ; r..t ,v ,.-:-,) l-.,l,t ... 4 ".,000.00
Charles Di.qci, f 'i .--l.l.-nt.
P'ter Mr.r,e. . P. ,.M.i-i. . V.'. B. Anderson, V. Pr. and Mgr
Stppi.e,, P,ii, ., i-r J. L. Shepjrd, AmsJ f'a-hje.r.
I .. oirtf ,.t ii, Bank haw h, l long cper,ne in banking,
o.fflty ,,r ,. tlltjs , , ,i.po.tor has ,.-..n ,,,f f,r,t cons.deratron. A
l '.i rrr.er-ve , .u ill urn. More tii.ta tw,c0 tl..- amount ra-
'' I'1'1 of he earn.ncjs i.n paid t,. .tor k boUer s.
' rnn jind'r j itihleH I villpliM Ml,.) ., ... J i v ..-. p,,,llM r,,,,,,,,,
n'"'- ' ' o".if.Hij I lie strength . r th.- bnk.
WEDDING LAST EVENING.
M.ts Signa Freeman is Bride of Frank
Huddy of Calumet.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Albin
Freeman on Liberty street, was the
I cetie ni -i very pretty marriage cere
j irioti 'ast evening, when Miss Sisrrm
I Freeman, daughter f Mr. nnd Mr.-
I r.tii.'in and VYank Huddy. won of
.Taine Huddy of Caledonia Ktreet were
united. Ilev. A. V.. Monell of the
Swedish Lutheran church officiated,
ihf ceremony helnjr witnessed by only
i few friend of the bride and KTooni.
Mis Krtlc lYeernnn, sister of the
I ri le was maid of honor nnd James
Huddy, the groom's brother, was be.t
man. Miss llelga Dahl played the
wedding march. The T-reeman home
Wii beiiutifnll decornted for the. occa
ion, vdlow and white heing the pre
bminatinir colors. I'ollowinjr tlie cere
mony, wedding supper was nerved and
an informal reception held.
Mr. r.nd Mrs. Huddy nre well known
and popular In Calumet The bride
was formerly ftenmrraphcr In the Met
ropolilnn Insurance office, nnd the
tTimm is employed at the ftt H. hos
pital. They will make their home at
1 0f lleela street. I-aurlum.
April close the flcal ar for in
Vounir fen Christian Association.
WMle there is a heavy encumbrance
upon the huildinr. which H t;ulte a
handicap to the work. It may tie pos--UU
that there will be sufficient re
ceipt- by the last of the month to fev
er the preent year'" current expense.
Much, l-owever, depends upon the few
remaining dayo. Mr Swifter, isecre.
tary of the association, says that prac
tically nil the pledges made last June
towards the current expense account
, re either in or will be as the cards
i:nifi'd May 1.
Sine the board adopted the plan
li:-t fall requlrlntr dues to be paid In
j.ivan.c, members have shown their
icyaltv to the association in an un
iiiiiak..il le manner. The dues payable
May 1 rre the heaviest of the year. A
letter was sent out to those member
few May- stco t,y the set retar.v asl;Int
tl.nu ;f possible to have their dues In
by M iv I and thus assist In helping
to make a clean year's record. A
number have already responded and
Mr. Switzer feels unite ure that the
others will respond by the end of the
The fnelal "sprin? and summer"
membership rate which fives full
privileges to Octofier 1, at S3 for men.
for high school boys and JI.'O for
grammar school boys Is creatliifj a
new interest for new members. There
' alo a tpeclal membership effort he
ng made, the competing teams l!n:;
crtranlzed along the same line ai the
National baseball league.
WILL NOT RETURN
H. 0. Roiers Only Copper Country
SATURDAY. APRIL L'Cth. )
LOVED HIM SO"
CALUMET LODGE, No. 134, I. O. O. F.
Seats now on sale at Forsters.
AM whito II. kits must I... fi.niivH t-r II,. at.-r II. k. t
TO HOLDERS OF TICKETS.
Howmtoir;,,..! l-t two row,. Pair,,,,, 2e ;...,m..,.:i F-il.Tnce of
I' iv l ' il- fn ,, ( haii;.'
REGULAR PRICES .
75c and 50c
This spare doodled by Ihe Sidle Saving Bdnfc, laurium
The Milwaukee County Hospital
SCHOOL FOR NURSES.
offers to a limited number of young
women an excellent courne in t lie
theory r.n.l practice of nursing.
Applicants should be between Ihe
.'iK'S of L'l nnd :i'i years, have a g.M.d
l'".riKiili educ.it in and bo of Kfi
moral character. Monthly cash allow
Btice after the probationary term.
Application papers nnd bulletin of In
formation sept on request AddreRs;
Milwaukee County Hospital
School for Nurses.
The C. & 11. band wilt give, one of
its pomiLor promenades in the l.lrht
Cuard armory this evening.
Three Calumet, families! arrived here,
this week from Ypsilantl, Flint and
Detroit, where they went recently with
a view to locating. They find that lo
cal conditions, are .us good a.s thos,
lmplomcnt Agent !'. PerrauH
reports an almost unpnvedented de
mand tor labor In the cbppr country.
Vage here compare favorably with,
those elnewhero In the countTy, he
Clarence Riley, formerly of the firm
of McClnre bn.l nilt-S. ha.s gone U !
trolt where he experts to do ejetctrU'al
AV. f. .WIHterma'n has gon (oTe
trolt on n ten days' huKlnenH trip.
I'tev. J. A. 'f enPHeck' In evpected
home tomorrow from Detroit.
J'rof. Mvistonen,' who is organlzlriR
u. Finnish concert company to tour
Finland thi.s. summer', has written to
hcal friends with a view to arranging
a concert in Calumet before the de
parture of the troupe.
The funeral of , Mrs. Sanna. Kuusls
to. mother of the late T'llas Kuuslsto,
victim of last week's tragery at Tam
arack, was held this afternoon. Serv
ices were conducted by ftev. A.
Heideman at the Finnish Apostolic
church. Shock, following the death of
her son. Is believed to have contribut
ed to the death. The decedent was ;."
years of age and Is survived by a hus
band, two nous and three daughters.
Miss Irene Hermann entertained
members of the C'ArW Favorite dub at
her home on Scott street, last even
ing. Mr. and Mr. William II. Collins of
Wolverine are the parents of a boy.
Arthur Lurochelle of Milwaukee, is
vlsltlnn with . friend and relative
H. D. Hushes of Crystal I'alls is the
guest of trlcnds In Calumet for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Koh of Calam. i
are the parents of a son.
A nrtn has arrived at the home of
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Coughlin.
The lied Jacket council will meet
Monday for tinal action on bonds of
James T'aull of 0'.ce,la has gone to
Ferrysburg, Mich., where he will lo
cate. ' '
Tomorrow evening I be Hancock Elks
will present, "Uevu-use She Loved Him
So" at the Calumet theater under the
auspices of the Calumet Odd Fellows.
Veterans of the Spanish-American
war will hold Informal celebrations
his evening hi nbservarnce of depart
ure dav the fifteenth anniversary of
their leaving for Cuban hnltlrlltlds.
Save 25c on tho $1
Our quarter off sale on dry
roimIs and hIum-h Is saving a lot
of money for our customers. You
nhoiiid get your share of the
profit. Kvery item guaranteed
RYCKMAN STORE CO.
BAHY SHOW AT OA I U MKT
The Frank K. Long Stock company
Which opens a week's engagement at.
Ihe Calumet theater, Monday will hold
p BABY SHOW at their Wednesday
Matinee find will give the following
One to the handsomest baby.
One to the homllest baby.
One to the fattest baby.
One to the littlest baby,-
Prices HV, sfte, 30c for the evening
performances. Matinee 10c, 20c. La
dies free Mondav night tinker the
A regular examination of applicants
for teachers' certificates will be held
nt tho high school building, Houghton,
on Thursday and Friday, April, 24-2.1,
commencing promptly at 8:30 A. M.
The questions In readln? for this
year for all certificates will be baeed
on "The Merchant .of Venice"... by.
Alv-2 . . .."vrn&tAJ PATH.
Counly Scnool CommlSTtnTer.
Forty thousand nurvivors cf Oet-
tyshurg will camp from June 29 to
July 6 on the scene of that great bat
tle, to celebrate its fiftieth anniver
sary. The vurlnnis states will pay the
expenses of their respective survivors.
Final plans will be made at a meet
ing of represontatUea of the O. A. Ft.
and the I'nited Confederate veterans
of each rtate nnd territory toon. The
Michigan representative Is Capt. John
Allen BIgelow. of Birmingham, nnd
the O. A. K. representative from
Michigan. C.en. JameH H. Kldd. or
The catnp tte comprises 2S0 acres
on the scene of the first day's battle.
Pennsylvania will provide all rations
during the encampment and furnish
tents for 40,00ft men.
Fach veteran must have his creden
tials to show that he was truly In Ihe
war and must have his railroad faro
Tli program thus far arranged fol
lows: July l, Veterans' day; July 2.
Military day: July .1. Civic day: July
4, National day. On the fourth, the
chief Justice will preside over the cote
monies and the president will deliver
an address. At noon, the cornerstone
of the peace monument will be laid,
and In the evening there will be a dis
play of fireworks.
One Copper Country Survivor,
The copper country's sole survivor
t,1 the battle of Oeitysburg. the most
derisive and bloodiest lattlei of tho
war, Is H. B. Borers of Hancock; but
he will not attend the reunion. While
still possessed of nil faculties, and ha.l
and hearty, Mr. Rogers has no dslro
to return to the scene of the conflict
After three days of continuous
fighting, Mr. Ficgers escaped from the
battle unmaimed. only to be seriously
wounded fo.ir diyi later at Booni-
bora in a rklrmUh A-ith a brigade t f
the retreating army of Central l.ee. A
ihor from om.mi.Vt felled him. He was
Phot thrrugh the right eye, and wai
numbered among the dead- Fpon his
discharge, he returned to Michigan.
ind seven years ago camo to Haiwock.
Mr. Rogers enll.st.Hl under Colon-1
Kellogg, former congressman, at Fan-
sing, In the Sixth. Michigan Cavalry Jn
18f.'2. He vwas a member of Custer's
Brigade, which history records as one
of the most drinj divisions that par
ticipated in the battle.
The convict, In which Ihe Union lout
23.187 men of which lC.fHIl were killed
and wounded, and the South Bl.wm,
killed, wounded and missing, began
July I between the Union army under
ileneral Meade and the Confederate
army under General Lee. During May,
the armlen lav fronting each other
upon the llappaliannock. and, early Jn
Jane, l,ee begun hLs movement for thf-
invasion of the I'enns Ivanla. crossing
the Potomac June 24 and 25. Th
I nion armv, under Ocneral Hooker,
moved In the same direction, but
Hooker was relieved on Ihe 28th by
Meade. In order to prevent his com
munications from being severed. Iee
turned toward Oettysburg to give bat
tle. Meade Intended to open battlo
several miles from Oft tyshurg. near
which was a small portion, of his arms.
The collision occurred about no..i
July 1. nnd with the arrival of greater
frpces. the battle Increased in Intensity
until it Lined nnrelentlessiy for thf.'".
nay.-;. tu the iray, ouring me
day of the conflict, men foug-ht hand
To have escaped death in this bat.
tK only to be wounded in a skirmish
when l.e's fragment c! r.n army was
rttifating, as the lot of Mr. Hogers.
R far us known but otn otjier sur
vivor of the buttle ever resided in the
copper country, a. Henry W. Lansley,
employed at the oul Uipley Htneltlm;
works mere than a score of ears ago.
RING CONTEST POPULAR.
Fourth Week of Elks' Diamond Rnj
Race Brings Large Returns.
Tie? count at the end of the fourth
week of the diamond ring contest con
dueled In connection with the I'lks
May festival which takes place at th.
Armory- ret month demonstrates the
popularity which attends the even.
The winner will be announced on the
evening of the carnival. The count
last night wa as .follows1
Miss Cidley 22,000.
Miss C.eanetle .o.uno
.MiS3 Lester 1 1. OnO.
Miss nelchell 4,000.
CREEK EASTER SUNDAY.
The Orthodox Oreeks will observe
their Via titer festival next Sunday, No
special ceremonies have been planned
In observance of Ibis Joyous festival
In Calumet, because of the fact ther
l.s no 4; reck church In the copper
country. However, there will be a
general celebration among the Oreek.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE EXHIBIT.
A domestic science exhibit opens
this tfternoon In the Calumet high
bvhool. The work of the cooking nnd
sewing classes will be shown for pun
lie inspection this afternoon nnd to
morrow afternoon nnd even In, All
Interested nre Invited to be present.
We were unable to display our spring
line of needle work on April 1st as hi
previous years. We will be ready for
Spring Opening, Wednesday, April 30th
Larjcr Than Ever Before
It is wortb your while to call and see
COP FIT NOBTFF STAB, F. OF A.
All members of Court North Star,
No. 17, Foresters of America are re
quested to meet st their hall at 5
o'clock Instead of the usual hour Sat
urday evening. April 2. so that bust
uess may be disposed of before tho de
parture of the members for Oay to at
tend, the Forest Ic chain meeting. Spe
cial train Jeayes Mineral Flange' depot
at 6:50 p. in. By order of,
Thomas Ft". Berryman, Fl. .
Ihe 25lh, is the last day for
f-000 VOTES WILL BE CIVEN ALL DAY FRIDAY
WITH EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH Or PURCHASFS
THESE VOTES MUST Bf. RrGISTERED NO LATfR
THAN a P M. FRIDAY.
thf: winnf.r will be announced at tht.
P.TORC AT 3 P. rVi SATURDAY.
ALL UNPAID COUPON BOOKS MUST BE RC
TURNED ON FRIDAY.
KECKONEN HARDWARE CO,
Before Building, Compare Materials
carefully from the viewpoint of f.rst cost, wearing qualities, sandj
lion nd adaptation to chanyes. Because some fellow tells you lum
ber ic high, don't forget that the labor nccessp.ry to build a frame
house is also correspondingiy low compared with the labor rsquirsJ
to build of some other materials . Because you know wood decays,
don't discard it without eompa-ing some of the old houses of differ
ent construction that have been ctanding for years here at home.
Wood under right conditions will wear for generations. And then
consider carefully the climatic changes to hich your home will be
subjected. Yon don't want to jeopardise your family's health in a
damp house. There are many things to be considered before putting
your money into a home, and if e can help you decide you have on
ly to come in and see us.
Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co.
A Top Coat
FOR THE CHANGEABLE
DAYS OF SPRING
You get a heap of satisfaction
out of a light-weight! not only be
cause one is "swell," but it is also
the best kind of protection in tbesa
days of alternating, w.irmth and
Our line of TOP COATS are tail
ored right in every particular, and
the patterns tare very attractive.
$14 lo $22
Penberthy & Speliar
FIFTH STREET, CALUMET.
FFas returned to . Caj.tmei d has
his orllce tn
THE ORENSTEIN BLOCK,
Ffonrs j trt f. nnd 7 to 8 p. m. rvf
thoroughly nnd sclentlflmiiy examin
ed, and glasses made to m. Al work
HEAVY DRAFT HORSES
for sale. Hnrns ot lleel.t i.
1'iike Linden nvenu., nn, Second and
Osceola streets, lurlum.
DIG SPECIAL SALE OF MEATi
AND GROCERIES, SA I -'URDAY.
Try our new kind
of ROAST BEEF
The Western Style
AlviiUitely boneiess, bomethimj
very delicious. Weiuhed be'J
booed, at per
nil Uohsi ...
'ot roa;t ..,
l!-'t ' Foihntf
Fti Roilim; .
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. . I'.'c
F'orlei l.uii-.,. 20i
1'oik Leg 22c
Leg of .Mutton 1
IS of Lnirib 22c
Mutton Stew 12o
Mutton Shoulder or I.in 16C
Veal Steak 22u
F'icnlc Hain.x 15c
resh KggH 22i
IVsi Creamery Flutter 33;
-" lbs. Oranul.'.ted Pugaf ':
Fx: in Quality Sweet Coin. .
3 cans for 25cj dot. cans 9c
PHONE 1261 RING.
AND 8AVE MONrvy