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THE CALUMET NEWS.
THURSDAY, JUNE 13, m
n:u Taint That Won't Come Off,
A ' . YOU GOING TO PAINT YOUR
HCUfcE? IF YOU ARE WE WANT
vou to come in and let us
talk it over with you be
fore you start anything. we
will perhaps be able to give
you a few pointers that
will result in your saving ;
several hard.earned dol
lars. BESIDES GETTING PAINT
THAT IS MUCH BETTER SUITED
TO YOUR NEEDS. WE WANT TO
HELP YOU GET THE BEST VALUE
POSSIBLE FOR YOUR MONEY.
AND SHOW YOU WHY YOU
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
400 Fifth Street :- Telephone 164
CLASS DAY AT
Owe upn a iim A Wise Mnn jm'. to
A Poor Man, "You may have one wish."
At once The Poor Man saiJ, "I wtsh I was
fyffilV "Liul fjmt iimiU not enjoy it," ,iiJ Th
ISi&j&'Ft . S)ZL 1 II 'ne Mnn. "To be rich uou must
:3 save. li'i,h again."
,?f r ' Kr I -V -' ' n tsf thatlr.tight save. " saiJ
I Vr Man.
j.' I rS" ) 5? j'j wish was granted and in time
g'-J5lQ J he became rich.
&:,jfc:,g Moral - A Savin $ A ccounf
SI. 00 will start your account at
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAUR1UM
Capital. SI 00.000 Surplus Profits, S40.0C0
Fine Program Opens Commence'
ment. Week Activities
INSPECT DARBER SHOPS.
II. II. !:!; ..' !.. ..t i i
TOUHNCY MEETING TONIGHT.
" t . . . , ': :.. i ... . t i. . . , .. ,, ,
' WILL CONDUCT CONFERENCE.
k .. W. !.. Mil. iii. l is 1 1 1' I supci-
m'i no. i.t '.,r , I,.- H"ii-,i.,ii . 1 i t r t . t of
I. I : ' 1 ; . I" - 1 1 . Will Clelll. I ( In-
: .l'i M '.il ! I i '.111. It II' e il( tllf Til tit -
'i.i n M. I'. 'iii'li Mi.s i-Vi-mm:. ,il-
i . .-.-.. w . ! 'i in 1 1 liy lu-v. Marvin,
r.-. f m. M.ri ill ami Mi s. iutiluii,
. u; i in', ti.it nt if li-imt' depa rt nil-tit
''if Ki 'ti. l'i niriMil.i.
; :-; i..l iiiii-i. Ii is In i ii .i MM ii''i.
! PLANT RAINBOW TROUT.
I I.. vt ,ii fish i, if .iitiMil ill Calu
"i.' . ii'!.i i.iiniti a i i.ii.siaiimi tit
. -: i i 1 1 1 . . '. trniit l r ) l.c pl.int -
I in t ' r ' .iii is i.f Ki t t'ii.i i niiii-I-
I ' . r l.lkf'll I'HIf i f by i.fll-
..til. : i l,t t i ill hi 1 1 i r. i ii t . i c:,t"
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Merchants 5 Miners Bank
Stall mrnl at ( lose ol lUisincss, June 4, 1913
i.i iei .'n.J ii it'r".
! ' I I "' in! "t Hfid liturea
'". - i ' .. in U-tni- s
r( 1 7 '.Ms
Tho , las il.i t xi'ii' t jjf.H liflil last
iwtuiiK in tlif .iss, -mills hall i-f tli
Cilutm t hinli st lim. I wt-iv a ilt t lihil
Mi.irtis, TluH' was a lnn attititl
atii. h ii.l with hi I'MTpl iott f tin
i hi-Nt ia. all whii f.'i ti U'.Ui'il in tin'
I iVKiittii vi ininihri ,s of this )iir'N
Thf c-I.ih.x. tlif l; tiki's t I'lcf t Hin'.lft
:nti I In- luiir jt'inV wmk " tiiin-.
i'i'iiiil tin v 1'iiitm'K pii-Kiimi hy fiiiu
ui; thf Ii i k It mIihhI hniiK. Thin was
ttitfil li a silft'timi h th hlj;h
s.li.ifl t'l .htfrtia r.'fitJuT Iiimiii. th'
lirnt hniiiif stmltu if tlif IVIniar
(lass, i iiiilt ifil thi salutatory whlfli
hhh will tlflhftfil ami wrll rftii
Tht rl.iHM history li Mmaif JflTi-ty
was ohf of tin- hits of thf rxfiiliiK, h'
pcrttiiv in; in a vviy hum"iiiis man-
n r tin- (Milts of thf i lass t oIIim I Ivi'ly
ami iiitlix iiliiall iliirlnt: thf four Ji'ars'
worU. 'I'hf iu.ntt llf i.iiiiostl of
Howard dray. !!.id.s Iluiy. Kthrl
lIoM-rs ami i:amoti(l Smltiy nuii;
'ii t ii if s llfst"' tor tli. ti. -M mitnlivr
in thf iroT,im ami tiny wrn loudly
appl null I. Thf ( lass .ot in written l"
KmxiiioihI (Iii nil r ;m.l tli-livf rod hy
uv liiinahl lias anothff ffatute of t he
I'loLIJHll TJif olilioli llillVllill hy
How. iid ilMiv was an fXffllflit iffort
an. I will iiiiiMil His sulijfit was.
' U Iii h Shall Uulf, Manhood or
Mi. in .'" A jiiiiiio solo hy Miss I'rsula
.-t.niii.ir.l was thf inwt ninsioal tiutit
l"f and was t liorouulily tll.io.M'd. Thf
thiss .roilm tfliiift ami writti-ti
I i M.ujorif ,iiilt..ii ami Allu tt Al
ii ti was of (oiilSf olif of thf 111. till
t. iit mi i Tln'v n t ti iifil in ;t hunior
t 'is stxlf thf fiiiiiti s i.f all thf tin in
I't'ts i f i ho i ;i. i nit tlf tiionsiratfd.
(!. a itlio Is ii,. nssrssoil of Hill
.o.. tir klinw Ifdm.
Lriitst W irit n iiisi,lt iit of tin- IVli
tiiiiiv i lass, ililiv t t id thf pi csidf nfs
i. 'Mu ss and mailt- tin- most of his mi!
j. i f. -.MaKfrs of thf Fut hit." The
a Ii ili oi dv Miss olive llodues.
Ion. 'i' student uf the Juiif elass wa
well n it ii d. I'lie class mi iif; with
1 1 1 1 1 si it- Miss VtTtiiiit'a Ad.iinski and
v.-rds hv Miss Miriam llfidetnan
t l v eil a lilting elosf to the exeivises.
The meinlnis of the junior clasM
desert nim li redit for the attraetive
i ss i.f tiie decorations. Ivitender and
hid . in which lilacs playctl mii itn
poitant part, went to make up the
t i.liif st henic and added greatly to the
i.ppt aran. e of the hall.
This fVi-niiiK the tnetnliers of ihe
i ii i. 'i ' If ami Junior "A" i Iasscn will
iittrtaiii the madiiati'H and their
tr.enih at a reception in the IiiKht
i uard arriv'ty. The artnory lias heen
I'c.iiitifiillv dfttiiated for the occasion
.'inl the '. A- H. orchestra hag heen
ic-acd to furnish music.
I'lithM eviiiiiiK the commencement
tMii'isi'K will ! IhIiI in tho 'altum-t
theitler. I if. t'.eoie iln t nt president
if Miniiesoia Fnlvetsity will delitor
the commencement address.
VERY PRETTY CEREMONY.
Factor in Mftal Situation.
'I'he Xjch'.ls I'opper reliuert In N'ew
Vi'tk n. is shot ilo.vn t iu lit. The strike
itt this point. Hie largest of H kind
l'i the world, with a ;!',,iMiit.iaiii pound
1 1 1 i n 1 1 1 1 - eapa it'. has thus far result
id in the elimination of mmiihmmi
pounds flop the Jure yii hi of rdined
i i pper.
The effect f Mie shutdown ha
t nt ef heen felt in the market for
coppi r. l't inaiid at home holds ll'tiit.
vhile during the past week thre have
'een "tne fair ept-lt salt M on a l.'i-
cut hiuls hy the unallff agencies.
Am-'lramatrd, thrcin;li the Fnited
Metals Selling company, ha.s Inforin-
tl iniuiiits that it will not name a
price unless metal is actually desired.
1 1 will not i tn it simply to ratlsfy
iiulos.ty. IMulps I'oik'e - t'o. muut
i f tn-cesity remain out of the market
until the Nichols plant ti funics.
Lake AHnment Later.
At Ihe annual meeting of the I,kf
'upper company the directors were
if -elected. There were mily four
t ink to ih I'-'t's in attendance, aside from
t'lesident rune ami Secretary dross.
President I'ailie stilted that the
otnpiittv was in no immediate need
f additional funds. Imt a little later
osl.lv in two or three months, an
nssfsstne.lt of TI wollHI lie e leci,
making the lirst -issi ss-tient thi sto'. k-
ilders hav been called upon to pay
Into Ihe company.
Tin management. he hays. feels
ii.pt I ul rega r.iing th property. Iu
not too H.inuine, as the freaklntsa of
the lode Is a Hist til Idng factor.
State Savings Bank
Statement of Condition, .lime 4, 1913
L-"i j."l jiuollni) $672.'01 76
LJnri'i. Mo-i.j.s ,,n. Securities 200,072 73
PanUmr, ii,,,.,, HO, f,ture8 37,500 00
Othrr RkI tstte 3,371 77
fivfrdr.ifts 635 16
Lu from liAU-i i,n, RnUsrs 102,838 57
Cah on M,inl 45,894 31
Total $1,06214 30
Cp.fl StocW $100,000 00
f.urp'o FunH ' 100,000 00
Undivided Prot.t, fNrtj 32,058 94
Due to Bnls 705 59
Cnmmrcial Depos U $124,845 66
Svinrt Depos.ti 405.204 14 830,049 80
Total $1.062314 30
V. I). Mcintosh i f Mariuetts route
ngent for the Western Express eont-
lany. was lu te on hnsiness today.
THE SAN FRANCISCO MARKET
We have the larg
est assortment of
pipes in the Copper
We give Peoples' Legal Stamps.
CIOMI & DIANDA, Props.
Cor. Oak and Seventh CALUMET
Wtdd.ng of Miss Nettie Bohr and
Fied Wigner Solemnized.
Tin home of Mr. and Mr. Michael
Hohr una the kochi of tt ti pretty
ciremon etterda, when their
daughter. Miss Nettle and Fred Whr
tier, son of Mr. ami Mih. t'li.itlfft
Wagner of llouithton, were united In
m.tiri.ige. 1'ev. J A. Ten Hroeck.
lector of Christ i hutch, KpJsccpal.
oilitiated. Only IU Immediate nla
tlxis and a few friend were- present.
The Hohr homo was lieuutlfully ilec
oiiitftl for the in.ctisii.il. Mis.t Hoi eiue
Hohr wes t)u maid of honor ami ltay
Wagtur attended the groom Follow
ing the cerruionv. Mr. ami Mrs. Wag
ner I ft on the St. Iaul train for Tii
tago where they t ill rpetul their
NOTICE! IVc Moved
It is your move next. Moving day it
a pleasure when
does your work. Prices reasonable
Good work Guaranteed.
JUDGE O'BRIEN SPEAKER OF
DAY AT AHMEEK'S FOURTH
ARRANGEMENTS WELL UNDER
WAY FOR CELEBRATION IN
Circuit Court Judge I. II. u'Hrlen
will he the HKiiker of the day at the
Ahnitek Fourth of .Inly eelelnatlon.
His selection is a pleasing' one as he
is one of tho most Interest lug upeakcis
in the copper country. Ir. W. T. King
will he reader, and K'V, Isaac Wil-
i ox w ill olliciiite as chaplain.
A sane ohscryancc "f the day In
roposed. with exercises, music ami
sports during the morning and after
noon, and a pyrotechnic disiday In th
evening. Tin. program of sports will
he one of tin tih; flttraction.s and ncv-
ral hundred dollars will he tlistnhut
od In pri.es.
Xniong- the sports will he a hasihall
game witli teams from the . fit H.
league, cricket Kanie hctween the Ali
ineek ItltlepeiHlents and the old
duards of Mohawk, ami a hasihall
game in which the Ahrmek tillage
team will play any tentn of player.'
from any lire department In the cop
The celchriitlon will commence early
with cannon salutes and patriotic mu
fdc. The parado will he n Idtf event
and Invitations hate heen Issued to nil
Mm IctieH and lodges, and tire depart
J. . 4
! LOCAL BREVITIES.
Harold Norhoni Is mpectwd home
Sunday from New Yolk City, where he
has heen working.
Nels ISiukman had four fingeri am
putated while working in the C. & 11.
deotge Kcasl Is itt Detroit.
Mrs. W. Maker lias gon tu Tavoni;i.
where flie will visit.
A splendid now tand?tand Is heing
erectetl at Mohawk hy the mining
(onipany and tlm Mohawk hand will
gv .1 set ies of concerts there thii.:
The Mohawk Finnii.h Sunda.t fit hool
will hold its necond annual out Inc. at
iJiiy Sunday afternoon.
Cal Hoatson has arritid hoinn from
!lolie anil Ios Angeles, where, he haa
spent the past j i ar.
Mrs. S. Kklund is tlsillng at Virgi
Mrs. Ilii-liH ill Cock In-; and dtughter
liate ;;one t0 Pnluth to tisit.
'Ihe annual plonk, of tho Swedish
r.enetolent nociety will h''ld iat
urdav In the C. & II. park. There will
he a Idg parade at '2 o'clock.
Mrs. Charhs Wills and mmi Hit h
ard of Tamarack, Misbex Hutlt and
I'eatl l.tvf.v, Dora Smithein. .Mirth
Kngela and Huth llore are anionn
alnmet visitors to Detroit.
Mrs. Jncoh Manley of Highway t?
visiting New York Mills.
The Copper City ami Phoenix pub
lic schools w ill picnic at the Crest -view
park of tho Kiweenaw Central
tomorrow. TI10 Keween.w I'rntral
w'll run I'.i regular trains to Cro;it-
Charles duilbaiilt lias returned tu
Fort Arthur after a brief .lFit in Ciil
umet. Miss Mayine doulette has returned
from a week's visit In Houghton.
Oscar Milhr has goii to Superior.
Wis., wlufe he expects to locale.
K. II. Lewis of Diiluth. usuistatit
gmeral manager of tin South Shore.
Is here on business.
Steve Alerto of Salt Lake is a hii.'i
t'oss lsitoi in Calumet.
T. II. Harris of Negaunee is here
The members of Heiia lodge No. !0.
I. f. i). F. last evening entertained
the inembi'is of Stella Ilebekah lodg-'
at an informal social session.
W. II. Hosklng. formerly posltnas
ter and a prominent businessman here,
now of l.os Angeles is the guest of lo
Charles Taylor of lluiiibolt I- hero
W. Clyde Mcdlnnis of diy spent
iesterday in Calumet.
d. I rtloiit of IshpeiniiiK was th
guest of local friends yesMetday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Ioch art In mi
from Ma gb Harbor.
Miss Annie Coiighliti of llnmoi'k,
visited with local friends yesterday.
Miss Florence Messner arrived hum.'
st noon from the Hmdtey Domestic
Sclen7 Institute at Peoris. III.
II, F. Fletcher of MaiKstii'ue Is reg
itereI at the ?entral
Charle.s 1. Anderson of lion Moun
tain Is the guest of Calumet f rleirls.
Fred Wagner, In advance of Cmllmei
Pros, circus, to appear here August
II, whs In Calumet yesterday.
Isaac Halo was arraigned before Jus
tice Jackola this morning charged
with being dnink and tlisordcrly. He
paid a Hn of five dollars and costs
on pleading guilty.
Very few people, tuty Wide Wiurld
magazine, have nv idea, where the
familiar licorice-root comes from. As
a matter of fmt. the bulk of it hails
French Societies to Hold Annual
Reunion in Calumet
The annual mldtniinmrr day re
union of the St. Joan do liaptlste so
cietiett of Houghton county will be
hold in Calumet Tuesday and promises
In proe one of the most Interesting
that has ever been attempted. Hun
dreds of Ftctuh residents from all
pails of tin county will gather hen
tiHd an elaborate program of entertain
nit nt ha been arranged for by the
. Tho local members will meet In the
Lauiium bank lull and at H o'ehn-k
In the tiKMiilng. will greet their broth
ers from all parta of the county, who
will at rive here 011 special street cars
from Uike Linden, Houghton and
Hancock. The parade will then bo
formed, headt d by the C. II. hand
ami with the Lake Linden band head
ing tin.- Torch Iiki society and the
Wuincy baud the Portage Lake dele
gation, will proceed to tho St. Anne's
church of Hoj Jacket, whero Uov. Fr.
Hoissoneault will -celebrate- Kpeclal
high mass. Tuesday. Juno Jlth. is also
the anniversary of the organization of
the St. Anne's church In Rod Jacket,
but there will l no spisial observ
ance; beyond the mass for the St. Joan
tie Itaptlste societies in the morning.
After Ihe religious service, tin pa
rade will again be formed and after
winding through the principal Mi-eeta
of pod Jacket will proceed to tho C
II. park Ahere dinner will lit served
for the local and visiting members.
The afternoon's program will be be
gun at lilla o'clock with concerts; by
the C. II., Quiti' V and Lake Linden
bands. .1 It. Cloiitier, president of the
Calumet Mii'lity will act as chairman
and addresses will ho given by K. S.
Diibe. president of the Houghton so
tielV. ex-President. Aineile Coinellier
of the Houghton aoiiity at.d Frank -Maotte
of Houghton. Charles Hon
loan of Hancock. President Medard
Laliante of the Lake Linden society.
Kind F. Piince, L. S. Chabut. Augutd
Joyalo and peter Maxrand of Itko
Linden and Josi ph Chatii of Calu
met. t'poti the completion of the program
of addresses, there will bo a varied j
program of amusements n ml social
features. Including dancing, both af
ternoon and evening, with music by
tin- C. ,vl- H. orchestra. It Is expected
tho dai will bo u very pleasant one.
illfllbiji- Room iwTPi
Come in and inspect our complete
PHONES 105 AND 178.
Arrangements For Entertainment In
Honor of NM-onal President.
Tin committee in charge ol' the nr
riint'.cme tils for tht visit of National
Provident James J. ttjigau of the A.
. II. on Saturday evi nlng. June 'ti.
HnuotincoH the following program.
Dr. .1. Ii. S' alion of Hancock will bo
chi.innaM of the evening, and Mr.
Kaegan, whoso home Is in St. Paul,
vill give an aditros on "The Ancient
Older of Hibernians."
Selection Sacred Heart High School
K (-marks - 'ha it man I r
M usf - M kii'eti Crow h
Atbti ess Circuit Judge
Si'lo Itiisi t II 1'iiiin a.v.
Violin solo- Albert Voelkrr.
Solo Mrs. Joseph Hoiidrrrau, Lake
Addret ; Mb ;:i P A. Ma honey, .il-
Leetiin r -National Preiident James
Muric - SactPd Heart High fc'thool
Garden Hose of Quality
IT'S A, PLEASURE TO SPRINKLE THE LAWN
AND FLOWERS WITH HOSE OF QUALITY.
NEVER WASTE GOOD MONEY ON CHEAP
GARDEN HOSE. IT IS ALWAYS A POOR IN
WE HAVE HOSE ALL THE WAY FROM 9 j0
PER FT. UP TO 17c PER FT, WHICH WITH
PROPER CARE WILL LAST FOR YEARS.
KECKOU HARDWARE GO,
and II an
Pal rick II.
Hi'ls will be receed by the Secre
tary or the Public NchoolH of Calu
met. Michigan, District No. 1. for tho
furnishing of Mich coal as may bo re
iiniied for tho school year 1913-1 HI 4.
To be well screened Anthracite
j'tote ':;v Coal; f;aine to be delivered
in the titntf of the different Schoojs.
liaeh bidder must specify the guur
unteed cubic measurement of the Coal
upon which h bids.
Pitls mmif bo in the hamla of the
Secretary on or before Noon Juno
THF. PI PLIt SiilUf.hS tF
d.-C.t Itv J. W. Downing. Seo'v.
Buy your graduation gifts
We carry ths highest jjrade
goods nd sell at the lowest
We engrave them, by hand, ii
your special order,
' We give double Trading Stamp
all this week or 5 per cent
Our styles are always the latest.
And because a Warren's Grad-
uating gift is a life long gift.
Warren Jewelry Co,
Clinsiim n ball on f
the courts, or chasing 7.
a car on the streets,
you hiRh power fel
lows need Superior,
Tho Active "Man's Un
derwear. P.nn in it. jump in it. iln
wim you will -tin- i;i;i.-
I'l'PCI'.D CKtlTl'll il'HlMi:.
the HlT:gtll right where II. f
strain Is greatest. Still better.
Superior -with its cMiii.-iw
feature "the lap without tin:
gap," has batil' lieil ft ,t i n r
ordinary union .suit discom
H7 . Sen' S,t lake Look at our
Light Summer ergf they're "right"
v liockine Clotliine Store
Q FIFTH STREET Q
A strong, serviceable roofing for a'l
buddoigs having a roof surface of
sufficient slant to shed water. We
would be pleased to tell you all about
Everlastic Roofing, quote prices, etc.
ARMSTRONG JHIELMAN LBR. GO,
Li i TSmj
FAUCETT BROS. I GUCK
Specialists in All
Lines of Insurance
CONSULT US AS TO RATES AND FORMS. WE CAN
SERVE YOUR INTERESTS.
100 6th St. Red Jacket. I Faueetl Block, Lauriuw
Telephone 96. Telephone 197
Cll him upPhone 320-L.
from Syria. , .