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THE 0 ALU M IT IflWI
Real Pconomy in Stove Heating
h en M in hat
The Furnace Hut IfWMl up-plied to stove. M Beg
mere direct K.il .tttiiK Surface than in any other BTOVh iiuuninj;
tiKK V IIK.XTINK CAPACITY with I M Illinium use of Coal.
i you Md u lii.it' r iu cuiiiiut afford to fail to si and examine
theas MM hk-xtkus
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
400 FIFTH STREET
V H )
Want Your Goods. Why
Don't You Tell Them
Where You Are and
What You Have?
Calumet Commandery, K. of G. E.
Arranging for Trip
.XI I hi- BBSSSnl drill of CottUnst Kuin
uiuudery, Knights of tin Ooldcii ICiylc.
which mi bald ft ah r.iav. Bans) sanm
dtoeUSMi 'or I 1 1 of the v'ommuiu!
n t.. Ishp. mini?, the latter part f
October Of curly In November. Tin
tbjeel ci tin- trip will be t pTOVldi
.hi S0POJ t ti ii 1 1 l't tin MMMtM tO
u.it. inur with tin- KBtghtS of ill.
K.il.l. M Btfl 1,1 laBPanstlsEI NeKaun .
.mil Iron wood. Whe will gather iii Ish
sensing for tin- lust upper pciuusiM I
reunion, ami to mmmo tastsreal
througta tiir troo country in tl'' coin -in.
mil. r branch of tin' order, which
hud Its inception in Cfehnvt
Committees are now aogotlatlng '"r
peciel i . t. .in.i .o .oiinno.' itioiiK for
the trip. About twfsnty members inn
bo Included in the imii ty.
Iran i Sceretarv U C I'cnbertliy f
Celunuii today rommontoatofl with
nrottd v'hui John XX'. Ashley of Da
troit. cxtciidimr an invitation to bjgji
to attend this Kittherin?. It in expect -i
.1 he will accept OtfcOf Kl alld bdjJS
Officers wil BUM be in v i ted to attoiu
Ishpemtttg and Nogauiicc have tw
..r tii.- strssjsgeet branches of Im
Knights "f -m Hohhn Kaglo in H
ItAtt n.l the loci! . in ind . rj mrni-
., I ; i'i I ..at tin- Lill 10 S Opportune
to MtAbUsil COSAJAAAJ' lr,oro. Tre-v
bnve received muci i;ncouragsnsgajt
(son the iron wont' ! ownst
Calumet K miliar. I , ili bold its
regular ! in of oflkofi Boat Btn
BIG FIELD OF PEONIES.
Fall Planting:, Biinq Marie Near Tarn
ovck by C oca io Florist.
Chicago florist--. OT ho bAVa under
cultivation a larg trad of land leaned
from I he Tamarack Mining cempany,
r. now engaged in their fail planting.
There are at ths prsaem tinea about
32.090 peony ptanti twrtsT cultivation
and additional plants- art- received
tore laity Tin- BsM at Taaaamek Is
salt! to Uc idal for tin' cultivation of
eoniee, tin- sod being peculiarly
adapted tin growth of this plant.
K. Please of CMcasoi who is dl
lectins ;l" planting here, did not 'x
perience vary marked nioneas vsitli hi
Orst plantlnsj laal yoafi but be is aoa
vfnoed this in horsuat tin- plants arerc
ool proparty handled in tin- beginning
nid property cared for. n- is BBtsA
I tod Mi failuro WnS dAS to no fault
f the all an i that greater suooaas
ill in experienced this ar.
INJUNCTION AGAINST THE BOWLING SEASON
SIHIKbKS UlSSULVtU IUUAT ,T uriPUT Oflfiy
Hi nciuni ouun
ALSIONS ISSUE CHALLENGE.
Willing to Meet Any Football Eleven
in the Copper Country.
Tiii- Albion football team is out with
a chalensa for other copper country
football StSVSns Tin- teams avufssja
: biut i ",ii pounssk Arrangementa for
On BMSJ be in.ol. with I'apt How
ard Ma- I., oil.
PtollQWiSJI is tin lini -up. OMltStT,
Howard lenklne; left cuard. (Mai n r
.ns .ii: i.fi taenia, PYad rlnwtayi lafl
- i'i. Will K lrymaii. riirht KunPd, Sam
d organ; right baonh . m. Bsmardo;
right end. tttftord Lenten; qnarter,
ItUSSSlI Snndberw. lift half. Ab Ma. -
Ksnate; right half. Joe Bnvtun! and
full back, Howard atcLaod.
STUDENT LIFE IS COSTLY
State Savings Bank
Statement of Condition, August 113
Loan and D.cojp $621,bb0 J9
Bond, Mortgages and Securities 198,678 4b
Banking Houee and Futures 37.500 00
Other Real Estate 8.236 38
Overdrafts 113 40
Due from Bank a.d Bankers 111,819 21
Cash on Hand 73,790 38
Total $1,061,688 20
I C-p-tal Stock . $100,000 00
: Surplus Fu ! 100,000 00
' Undivided Profits, (Net).... 35,403 2t
Due to Bank 62 34
) Comme-cial Drpnsite .. . $410,111 5
Savings Dspositt 406,100 09 816.LV1? 60
Are Issued at the University
Madison. XX'is , Sent. St. A rdini:
to a list of ex pandit area issued on
Thursday, students at the state anl
. . raity spend does to Xttoc,ssg a ear.
Some of the sums gtvon are rldl. ulmi; -!
low, however. OAly 1U a. ear is
I lowed for books, when it is well
i nown that the axnerage auttny is oon
: Iderabl) higher. Also aslacellaneom
cxpcndlturas at li". aasj a total for
Hlgan and tobacco of bttl PlZ,fta and
for liquor of :u.h.m probably win be
found toi, close a minimum. The llt;-
ures as civeti are aa folio wa;
Hoard at 4.2o
Continued From Fust Paye.
K.k.mis at IS.SB
i lOthSS at $."0
Mis. ILitn oils, $!." .
i tooloA HI
. a i s atui tabnoao
Merchants S Miners Bank
Condensed Statement at Close of Business August 9, 1913.
LOANM, atUmilinanl AM) SK' I KITH,.-.
( I ". HI UA "T
'U Kh BstTATB I'LKNITKKK iNT) K1XTI RBfl
. ASH UN HAND AND IN BANKS"
wfHPKI S KI ND
DEAD LETTER OFFICE TO
HOLD SALE LI8T READS
LIKE STORE CATALOGUE
Washington, BosA. t9 I'rom worst
il eaps o Bah hooks Is the PBngS of
tltlclef SnMSh tin dead letter SsTSBS Is
'I t to aUCtlon off. as the result of
,i ear's aootnnuhstloa of misdirected
mail. Tin- published list reads like a
depniiassnl More entatag, Qaaf bnlfca
erab '. U utd 1 wtrMge belta, aalatMsah
aaaas and fnaphogssanaa. osgnra ami
lKar is, pocki t Itaafce and hlmviim
li ear trumpet, hot waler bottle
in i bags, .hi of theas rnrlaaat impie
stents slong with all sorts of article
.. i srsarlng apparel, will k under ib
noli hammer of tin am tioneer, wlnn
ii" suit marts oi i edn ndaj .
' l Mai s Toi n ami as: h Ii .1 b C
" I i sola will Rive a souk rei Ital at
I hi Lsxurtuai Tows ban Tnsndny avan
Pi M, at 1:11 ... lo.-k. Mia Tor-
paano i fOfueaf pnatl sj Miss i. a.
I '.wbr and sgsnt ins hsst pant la Ben
ton fetsenv, studMHK with XX'illlam 1.
VThttnaf St the Int. rnatii.mil BohAai
of Muali Admission r,o tents. Ad
vertittvmeut - . m.
atioa and ha bsllsTsd thai osas v,,M
..I r. stsaiiit hould be put agon the is
teiulants. Ho asked for S I est ra iniiP:
order. JudKe 'linen said that ii'
was Inclined la issue a rsatrahiini sr
das savashsg only rlalsnoe and intiin-
daiion. that he did not think it BssBttM
envoy sanhailBg, which was dsbatabfc
mound ii.- s.t a taSM for bearing
aiKuim-nts on lids PSStininlni order at
I o'elo. k
After annoiimiiiK tin- dlSSOltlllOB of
the in joint ion Tndga O'Briea darhirod
forusnat) tfcni ths sonrt stnnda pandy
to pfQlam the rights of persons wh
want to work, but at the same tun. h
t. i Is i In- strikers BSSS righl la 0T
urmir.e and to inak an effort to per
suade others, p.aeeablv. to refrain
rem ween far the pevstase ol strength"
ettlltS the position of the strikirs
aHidge n'Krlen made it earj plnn
that he eansedsrad there ware inrai
parties whose lights nillsf be pn .tee ted
la the psaaam ulsf timstsm ns' I be oeos-
psnlea. the men who are Willing 10
work and the strikers. II. -aid thai
the canst stands r.aih to SntSttd thrt
rail proteetiop .r the law t.. each and
any of theas three.
Order is Not Issued.
No raatrntning wrdnr, however, was
issued this nftswsnnn. Upon the ai
plleatloa fey a ssnnpnvnri order, baaed
on the same fails bSBtsght "lit in the
bill Just dissolved, tbS COUfi made this
rullaa after IBS matter had been de
lated by the onaeolng attorneys;
it i ordered that the eoBsplatnnnts
make further upplieatiou for B prelim
inary iaJeneUea and to ill alHdavlts
for the support tin rent and of the oill
of eomi laini in said causa; notice of
aid applieatloll. toaOthOI With eopieS
.f tin- efjdaifin to i.e aftered in sup-
l.olt tl.ereof. to be sel..l Upon soli. it-
ata lor defendants not less than ten
das Betssa tin- ttasa of prssantlai
Troub'r at Dodgeville.
According to mllltan bssdooarters
tw.. workmen were badly beaten at
DodgOVllle. near the Jsh Ri-yale mine
Batuaday sight. The rspeft to iim-
era I Abbey Saturday ninht stated that
ths tWO na n isiti d a DodKeville sa
loon ami arara then attached i n
large crowd of strikers who beat them
with .bails It also was ht.ited that
at leaSt Jive shots w Te tiled by IbjS
rtrihern a force of dsputlee from the
isle Royata mine was cnBed to ths
-. ne. but they ma le no attempt t
stop the trouide. Cax'slryraen who
hurried in tin' place reaanred ardor,
mi then, it was reported, the dopntlos
ni.d. tin., uresis. According to Sher
iff i 'ra.-e. be Waver, no nun were beaten
and no arrests were made Major
Kraeer of the atedlenl corpa, who is
Ited Cainnsai yesterday, stated that one
.f the anna was badly aaed up.
Picketing This Morning.
Df.-apitt the Injunction leaned by i'ii -cuil
luuKe O'Briea sgamel piehetlna
by the etrlhsrs, there was picket ins
Bt the Keweenaw county mines tbi
innrniMi.', .. . online to firm nil I' I.
Abbey of the state trm.ps. General
Abbey llla.'e U tllp of illSii tioti iOtU
Keweenaw ami as a result will todav
recommend tin- arreat of ,,n allevi I
leader of the ph k ts. 'I here also wax
li.k.lil at the XX'olvolltle and BoUth
Ki arsa rge mines.
Threats Made at Mohawk.
i 'oiisideiabie Bftng was repartad to
military authorities at .Mohawk Sun-
da evening, which is believed to bave
been dona w ith the lew ot inliiiiida '
lag Working nu n. Numerous threats to
blow rip bouses owned or OOOMptod by
n en Linton ansa were 'ahso reported
I "out hiij.il activity in that dislrii
bads ntltiansp stBcera to believe that
failure, of Keweenaw oiliei rS to BSakt
arii -ts for n 1 1 Hilda t ion is n .-polisibl'
for the oontsansd lolal ions
' ' AnderaoA a fdi mcr woi k r In
ii..- int. ri -t ..f tii. Weatern ltHleratloii
I Miners-, is slewta recoverina from
njuries rseotvod at the hands oi etrlk
Teat Copper Cltj Thurada) night. He
is still cotrfined at the Ka I tinsel 1'ublie
Report To Be Out Soon.
rii H. i tigatini commltu
upper oanl ry ' .mne n la l
mpo.-i i of Henrj L Bner,
Black ami lalward I Iscth. hae
ally concluded Hie task of delvtnl
into the facta bearing on the copper
eoiinti'v strike, ami toda; fommonccd
the .oinpilat ion of the data, ui pa
raton io ib: bwulna of the i ommti
eport, which should be rend) b) tin
all. I pal I of thS Week or eal l ll" I
ink, This does not mean that Ilk
ummtttee win cease to bear stati
ne a of fgCtS from any Of the par
lies concerned, but thai the bulh ol th
I n v ret I sat Ion has been completed, ami
that the OOSamlttee from this liu
v. ill devote its attention to gathering
Logl ther the loose ends and to the pub-
llcntkm ot the report which likely will
I..- in pamphlet form, so that it ma
In- eireulal d among the mlm rs aim
others ooneamed, pJothlna has boon
iiis. losed relative to the Dndlngs ol
ths . onimiMe. nor will be until the re.
port is e.nnplele The n port lik l W HI
..mi, mi rocoawnendatlona to all parties
Men Return to Work.
Kesumption of operation- continue!
..nil piimpiliK was stalled at the North
i. m styje mine today, a group ol for
no r fedOmtiM men returned to work
at Centennial tadn) ami similar re
ports emanate from other locations
north of Calumet.
Meeting at the Palestra.
yeeterdey afternoon's meeting ol
strikers, at the palestra was preceded
b) I p. n.ide of I boat :,"" men, w.m
ea and children. Speakers urged the
etrlhors to stand firm .mo offered them
itnoontngjaafteni in thoar right for raaaaj
nttlaa of Hie union Qvy Hlllar was
i be principal rpaaher,
Kmmet Flood of hleuKo an urKiin-
lear for the ftmsflnsfc Imlsratloo of
l-abor will come to l alunn t (his week
and likely will address imetlims of
Y. M. C. A. Alleys Being Placed in
The . old weather of He last few
llgyt .las blollK-hl about a IcMVal of
bjtteroal la bowttag, At tin- i'ubs ui
i. v-. hieli Save been in operation fOT
..(...ui a month, warm rivalry ''as .1-
,, mk .,. v, loped ami there srs mvaml
teams fully erasasasai. The y m. "
a dioys wdi be usaatselsd this wssh
.,,,.1 opened to th. public and the al
i, v s ..t other private SiUiBj are ju-l
about ready the seisin.
This looks like a big .Mar at tin
Cuba, The sUeys an in eplendid con
dition .ml Interest among the b. wi
ns is Intense. Several clubs ffaSg
Kake Linden and the Kortage aSstS
town- have already arraagsd with the
man.m llienl to use the CUbS alleys for
private mntfhta and it is sapectod
Uthsra will do likiwise. in addition
to the special matches, the upper pen
insula howBni tournament which wil!
I,, held on th. Cube alios this year
.ill bring the season to ii climax
Bowlers an- ib ply Interested in tin
plans for a loinmi i cial Howling lea
US for this district, mention of which
was made a short HBM Sge Several
teams Including the Baraottl team.
Kabst team, and oth- rs have expressed
a deeln to jom the league and others
w ill do likewise. It is probuble a Paget
u II b. all.d during the next
week or tell ila to lisi tiss plans and
p. formulate ;i ashadnb of names, eo I
that III-' season may be opened about
. i i ... Manager HbnTenborg ol the I
i'ui.s alle)S is willing to. assist the I
teams c atari ni tin league in every j
Y. M. C A. Turnament.
Work on Hie Y. M. A. bowling
1 1 ley i is Rearing oompieiioa ami they I
win compare rarj favorably with any
other alleys in tin- copper country 1
when ready. Tin alloys are being I
planned, scraped ami reBoMshsd. All
of the X . M. i". A. bowling balls arc
being overhauled ami mudc ready for
tna se i-on and additional bails have
lien srdered ami should be n kvodj
b) the last ol Hie WOOh,
Th. Y. M. '. X bOWtlng comm. to.
will m .1 SOOn t" prepare plans for the
lesson, it is peopoeod to organ lae a
y. .xr. i'. x. bowling league of either
six or eight teams, also to organise .
.ii team to participate in the City
Bowling league which has bean i un-
14. si.d. Ti . ...mmitt'i is confident
VERY LOW ONE WAY
TO POINTS IN
Alberta, A rizona, British Colum
bia, California, Colorado, Idaho,
Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,
Oregon, Saskatchewan, Wyom
ing, Texas, Utah, and Washington
SEPT. 25 TO
IF YOU ARE PLmoINING ON A TRIP AT THE LOWEST POS
SIBLE COST. HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
SHORTES 1 AND QUICKEST ROUTE
FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY TO ANY STATION OP
JAMES MANEY, JAMES ROBERTSON,
Cen'l PasB. Agent, A. G. F. A P. A.,
Dulutht Minn. Houghton, Mich.
They are the best that we car buy and we believe they are the bstl
that you can buy. If they crack they're no good, but they won't
crack. Every one guaranteed.
MAXIUM. MONOGRAN, MONEYBACK and AMERICAN BEAUTY
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and HOT WATER BAGS .it
Vastbinder & Read
The JxnP 5or
that Hie bOWlini
Tin v. M. 1
the mil piibb
roch wen verj
boWeVer, the file
I lost hit
season may Be made
,x. allays were ones
II. v s in loa 11 and as
popular, lisi year
ys worn in po..r con -
of the Y M. I". A
; . -1 in to. game,
others boa h d llfl
I, is expected tin
made to the M. .
ill ea use a n t urn
pi a. I 1-
tha Cubs al
A. alloys Hits
Other Bawling Activities.
.1. 1". Hansen, leading spirit among
the UauHum bowier-, is organising
two "Millloa Dollar1 teams tor tin
. omlns veaaon, his teams composing
tin- etrattgeat b wlers at tin Lnurium
Social club. The Social club alb.
are being Iboroughly overhaaled and
regnlar praotlce vviii be Indulged in
from "' W on Hansen's teams likely
wid 1'iitt r t ia 1 1 ii gnu,
Tin foung Mens Catholic crab
llkel) ill have t... bOWling teams
Ibll V il both of Whlcb Will be ellter-
I ill He I'itv league. The spoil has
.roused new Intoreel ittKHll the etub
Idem bo Hi since tin fall season open
ed. The Calumet Elks will havt one or
1, lore Ntrong bowling eatns this se 1 -
sue. riie bowling commutes arlll meet
soon alter lb. lodgS resuim s its fall
aetlvltlOD next month ' prepaie plans
tor lb" reason. '
Hot, 1 tlx Alum , k ami Moli .wK
teams have iot eovaral si tfndf
etrongesl bowlers during the season
.111-1 'lotted ami it is possible the two
agiogjtttoni! vviii be combined thli
'ear int. on.' strong (am to repr.se, P
' weenaw count, in
tr I. liu.
Mrs. Domlnicg Beghl has ipn
J( Kty, Minn., to join bee buaband
Tb" 1 'alana I township board . ul
I, ..id a ntiJar MKreting XX'e-lm hi I
v v v v v gj eritoon at j o'clock. No spot i'1 ! I
1 tnss 1 1 xpectsd.
I b. 1 em 1 il of the late HrivlH K-Ho
j koskl v. ill be held lunoi iov. uiter
,, '. a rnetor xiii MMbrd is maklnii 1
locale at the beginning of the strik. I ""el '" "ai en.
has returned n. resume h,s reside H "" 1 "' Wsatera LTnlot.
In Osceola. Arthur Hurje baa arrived home from
Kirm ; r. 'bapul h it v peterday f"
Chicago, where he win resume hi
studies in ilu Chicago College at l "
John Chrlsti who went to Uaruiui t
Mrs. Joaeph Hlrach. Jr.. is aerioualy
i ir. io Mnrquetto and other
in at bar borne on Hake Linden av. tountry lolnu
Mis- Ines Olannonl has left lot x p
siianti. erhere she win enter ths stati
Miss FYanees Bvhrincr of Kanaai
t'iiv bav returned to her home aft
liCNTINO IMXXTeJ AM BllOUtt,
Is vur footwear COmpletfl for the
hiintinir reason and vn i weather? if
not. we an lit you out with the llnesl
si a, is. either blab or low out, etiiotlj
water proof and in the most comfort
able shape-. Oltt bliver, tills seii.-on.
lias pun based a must sensible line of
shoes, especially adapted Tor cruising
(.mi hunting, These shoe' require no
rubbers Io keep ymir Pet dry. Did
yen ever add tne purohsas pries of
several pairs of rubiieis to the pile..
Of your shoes and compare tin lolal
wiib ih. pin of a pair o i prepared
water-) roofed shoes ind noted the
saving of dotterel That Is what we;
an do lor pun If ou will mm lure.
11 lOtS fit all plllsi s. X'el llli lin.H.
en shoe department It rat oof, Dal
aaset. Advertisement. n
Mrs. WIHiam Manle) of Knatp(oi,
vab. formerly of Calumel is viait-
with I'alnmet frlenOl and tels
t i resL
Chrle Qrtbhie has arrived home front
Cbioago, Detroit aid Milwenkfc
i letting at the home of Mrs. Patrick I wnwre ne rniw mm inm
'firflnnd I ' ' M 1 convention in Miancaioh
John I :. Wilson of Matruuetto, lor-! Peter PoggHone and family mi.'
nu rlv ol Calt t. is visum; locaijbft fo,- '.o- Angeles, when Ihej cl-
friend-. IH hi now e.nploy. il in the pod to make Hn ir future heme.
South Mhefe ibopa a Mnruuette. , laarrj (iBer ami Join lasKonluha
n. r. Ifawke of Iron Mountain is nmt Lansing, have ksfl It home nftci
buntaean rlattoi smong friends in Cnl audttlng tb I as tin qnarterms
,,,,., teT department of the Mloblgan n1
Mrs. Kat. rjngajhis of Hn- I '. national fjpnrd Tb.v will visit iii Kl
library Mall lias gUBS 10 ChtcagO i.ij'anib. fat i slau Hme before Tt
response to u telegram Informing hefjtornlng borne,
of the death of her husband. Mlaees Bonoro xx'il.ox, i:iia Cro
Mrs. Joseph attach Is seriously Hint Kllaaboth Bterbena, Anna Bteria-iu
her horns oa Lake Linden avenue I Creaeei Bchroeder, My rtle faver
KoAerprise lodge, Modora IMsjthwr land Lulu tVurelwm hnva gone to dar
I at Aimriea. will uiv. ., damine Uete so enter lh Normal.
party in the bank ball Ffidaj evening i Martin Hoelimr of Bscattiib.i, In
I . ii QasperlOh has ntuimd from ' popular eandy mlssmn, I in
fjary, Ind., whore be weal at the be 1 Mys. WHtlsm Kajali bus arrivi
alnnliiR oi th. strike. I mm from Drtrolt.
moot hope that aohody s III bg
in uticiuptiiig m . 1'egond's rents
h In prov ed that th" ai ro-
h i fi i 1 1 se f ' 'hieaao N s I
For Stable Bedding
Are proven to br tbe best for health nnd cleanliness. Your stable
is kept dry ,ind the health of your stock is not injured as by decay
ing straw juices. Try shavings anJ you will never want to use
Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co.
AND SAVE MONEY.
C O .A. 3Lj
Now Is the Time to Put in Your Winter
Supply of Coal. Phone Your Order Today.
YARDS AT CCPPER CITY. CALUMET, TAMARACK.
PHONE M BELLB.