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THE CALUMET NEWS
THURSDAY, rJoVEMDER 20, 1912.
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
RHONE 164. 400 FIFTH STREET
Theie it no profit tcr 4 ban in i one dolUr account, still wf i
to yet tnem. bcJiue epe" ence h.u iown th.it the first Jollai
in .i savings account almost al.ays brnun others.
Starting a sivmgs account is usually the hard pait. but you sure
ly can tart, vh-n you know w r w.ll tit: rjLxf to hove your first tie
pot t, evn if 4 is only $1.00.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURiUM
Open every Saturday evening.
ARRANGE PROGRAM SOON.
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TRY A NEWS WANT AD
BIG CLEARANCE SALE
Commencing Friday Nov. 21
Vettin Bros. & Co.
Millinery Dept. - - 2nd Floor
i State Savings Bank
j Statcn-cnt of Crmclition, October 21, 191.3
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t I B-r.'js, Mo'tj-'j: an J Sf.i-r. tu-s 198.008 AT
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O.f fori. Banlcs an'i Qnl"i--
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40 YKAKS IN HUSINESS
Merchants & Miners Bank
( ALIIME T, MICHICAH.
Capital Paid in $150,000.00
burplus nd Uridivided Hi ott 250,000.00
Liability Stool-(.old.. 150,000.00
InWrst Pt4 on Time Deposits.
The LARGE CAPITAL end SURPLUS of this BANK and the LONG
EXPERIENCE of its orriCERr, m CONDUCTING the BUSIITESS of
BANKING should maVt, it SAFE DEPOSITORY for part of your
Charles Briggs, President,
Peter Huppe, Vice Mres't. Stephen Paull, Cashior.
W. B. Anderson, Vie PresH end Mgr. J. E. Shrpard, Ase't Caihier.
Adds much to th vjIu" of Mat
Hitlers .o STfTl. ENXIVTI.
TO nj ALUMINUM
SI .00 S 10.00
Reliable Goods at Fair price.
Surplus and Profits $40,000.00
MOHAWK WOMAN SUCCUMBS.
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Episcopal Church Begins Import
ant Work in Copper Country
I lalis t,'tf l--a fill millatfil alid Will
Ii- 1'illifd asur-s.-i fl rr.'lil Imw nil
l'..r tin' sI.iMiIiiii in ill th. ui'i ttn.ru
pail Hi.- tUsiii'-i ..f six s'iarat mi.1
iintl'.-iiiii iit liiaih ti iniNsiuii.4 f tla
liis.-.iai i I, ur, h. I'd.' first tint- i'f
Itus.- will )" l.'.at.d at 1-iike l.iiuleli.
V.liiii.' and Ahnu-t'k and will l
starl.-il at r' ami lalr it i lMitn'd
to i-tal'lili tJirrv atldii iniial inissions,
lf. I : lit KrMiTiinw t'ounty. This
tVurli I.'I'iiih an iniK.rla lit sl ill the
t hiii'i l. aih a iu iix-iu ainl t-t t-nsion
l'..li.'.v ail"'td at 111" !i'iinf ini--tin
if tin' Mai i u'i i ilii'i't-st-. ot, tli? Ilpis
ll.-. lJ..u..rd 1! 'Att'teit-v, lai. firm
i iii'jii- ! St. I aid's l'iM".;il flmr h.
cui'iK-r ii ):ri.adwa and l'nltin. New
Yuri, l as allied In ! t. assist rv.
.1. A. T. M i:n k . liil'vtt tilt; llio ar
iviiik' out "I" (lis niis.-i.'ii 1 itiKiam.
1 1 . i.lt'i i I'i'V.a iMt-il as a. sp-t'ialist
in I'ii.ii.ti .i'k and is iuinntly tlt
l.il for il"' nnde ll.ikiiic la fias If-Kiiii.
Tii I'l in.-ifal aim of this lnovt m-nt
is; t.i ..tliif tin Kpiscopals of tli' dis-ii-t
to' -ilit-r. inwvidn a i1:h wln-r
tli- ma ni- t and worship and to t-x-terul
th.- iiiilu.MH' of the I'hnii h. It is
' mi iiii.tT. .1 th. ii ait- in.iif than a dun
.lr'l MpiS.'t.pal faniili.'s in the north-
rn part - I tin- district who art really
i n. fur away for ai tie parti, ipal ion
m tiif a.UN.ii.s of t'liriM thaiih. It,
in to r--.ii ii i in st families, provide Sun
'fftv v -!;,'., 1 for Hie cliil.lien and places
v h.-r.- tin ii.liilts may worship, as well
in ...lniu-t ranmi;al work thalthe
new ir.i.-sioiis are t' lie estahlished. Al
i aii iiit-ie iv in- mission in operation,
ihe . r i I . i inissiiin. or'.i nizt-il hy Uev.
-I. A. T n l .it.eck and uth.-is t.f I'hrist
. lililt h. Tins will eolltinile as ii) ill :
past ' in- :n-w missions will he simi
iar hi -mi., waj, and tiny will he re-ard.-il
as t'hrisl liiii.li missions un
lit t i .up eiKiiiKli to direct their ow n
ad hit .-!- as fully organized ini.ssioiis.
Aft. r il..- t.i si three missions are -s-iiit'li'lit-.l.
il is planned to start three
addit ioiial missions here as mentioned
and it is likely H-v. Ziei;ler will tn-nv.-n
an assistant for it is rw;nized
l.i- will e.perieni e dilmulty in KivinK
i ri'i" r attention to six missions.
;i.h"p ii. Mott Williams of ttie Mur-
lUt.-tte th.cese is jjrfiitly intt tt-sieil
,u this expansion work ami probably
will ni.-e it much personal attention.
In addition to his work with tin; mi.-i-j-iolix
t.. be establishe.:, 1U-V. Zielet
will d. itinerant work in Keweenaw
county towns', until permanent iiiii-r-.-ioiis
a!.- (tailed there.
l;t'V. Xi.-kI' r is a man of broad rx-l-eiieiice
in Mi' h woik. As curalt. of
St. Hud's church, mut of Ihe. iililis1.
hi New York, he a-hice iiiiie a. lep
;i.iii..n, es.-.-i,.y for his work amoiin
i.o.s. It was it St. Paul's church that
il..- lir.- l president, U'ashiiiKlon. w'oi -shipped
'A bile ill New York and the
liooy of Cent-rat Montgomery lies bur
I ied ill I be church yard.
Itev. '.n v was syoiit master of .
trooji of "0 boy scovts whihi con
necte.l with this charge, ibis lieiliK: lbt
l.tiKest sinnh- troop of scouts in .New
York. Mole than hall of the mem-ln-rshlp
was composed t.f Italian boys
of the Unman t'atholio faith ami upon
ills d"parture from tint city, h was
I resentt d w ith a silver pi'-ts, Inscrlb
d witn an mbloia oC that faith as
a marl; t.f the esteem in which he is
held. Prior to his work in New York.
Uev. .it Kler was secretary of thu
hoys' work committee of the Middle
town, Conn., Y. M. C A.. It is prob
able some similar boys' woik will bit
tallied on lure after Itev. letter has
an opportunity to loolc over the Kit
nation. Two of Rtv. Zii-Kler's brothers urn
t nx.'Ked in pit nt-i-i missionary work
I!ev. Xiojler visited Cue eojiper
country fir the first time about threw
end one-half years iko, eominir here
in the Interests of the Knights t.f Kin
Arthur of which ortle- ho was super
inteiidetit for Northern .Michigan and
tra v. -linn representative.
lie v i II make his headquarters at
the Calumet Y. M. A.
The Mjfhesf determined point In
Florida is Mount Pteisant, with an
elrvatl'ii of 301 feet above sea level.
Tne apnioxlmate .-ueianie elevation of
the state Is 100 fc t above the sea.
V OU'LL soon be thinking of a
way to please Father and
Mother and friends at Christmas
timi. Think of photographs.
Your portrait, rs you are ti
day, will please them all.
Make an appointment befoie
the busy reason.
Mater of Qualit Portraits.
Calumet Lodge 271
F. & A. M.
Friday. Nov. 21 7:30 p. m. Work In tho
ALFRED BALDWIN, W. M.
GEO. WILLIAMS, Sec'y.
Miss Mnrearet Tremterth. wlio Ii.ih
been visitin- Willi hei cousin. Mis-
liura Pol., rts.ni of Hancock for '
few da ye, has arrived home.
Ir. V. S. Whisb r left last" evcnliur
for 'hicitKi. en lied tlnre lietause of
the senollS illness of Mrs. Whlsler.
Arthur nistell has arrived home
from Ti.e.l.i Ohio, where he was lo
cated for the past several months.
n..Vd tr.'l'kil.- tiA .llliVe.1 home
from tlratiot Lake, where he "ecuied
two lare deer and an otter.,
Mrs. Kate l- Ross has arrived home
from Iron Mountain, where she viii
ed with friends.
Township Clerk Oorsje Mattln has
Issued 2H deer licenses so far.
F.. T. Cannnnm of IansiniT is a busj.
nes visitor in the copper country for
ti few ilays.
Alfred Mltch.ll of Chass. lt is sen.!
ne a few days h re.
. T. Purham of tjrand Rapids is in
the copper count iv on business.
Irving Vivian, Caht'net representa
tive of ttie Coppet- Journal Is- ill with
William "tilte. Jr. and wife are ex
pected back from Hrainerd, Minn., on
Thanksgiving day and will resume
their lesidence here, Mr. AYhite taking
liis old place with tie' Mineral Range.
William neegau of lloimhton was a
Calumet visitor today.
Richard Kdwnrds, formerly of Calu-
mit, has arrived here from Duluth
and It isiting with his parents, Capt.
ami Mrs. Richard Edwards ot I.aur-
Joseph Cannie left tixlay for Ids
home to Flint, after spending several
months here with the troops on strike
Capt. Thomas Cray will leave today
for Chlrago on a business trip.
1. M. Tnit t.f Minneapolis, repre
senting the Canadian Pad fie steamship
lines, ia here on business.
Crar.d Master William A. Perritt of
Detroit and Grand Tyler McGregor of
Detroit, officers of the. Masonic grand
iode who attend. -d the Keweenaw
Peinpl dedication last evening, expect
to v isit Ir, Calumtt for a few days be
fore returning to their homes
LEAVES HUBBELL BANK TO
TAKE DETROIT LIFE AGENCY
B. CRARY TENDERS RESIGN A
NATION TO BECOME EF
FECTIVE APRIL 1.
Announcement is made of the resig
nation of K. It. Crary, for the past four
years cashier of the Huhbell National
bank. The resignation will become, ef-
l.'tive April 1, when Mr. Crary will
I like tilt- district uKCllOy of the Detroit
Life Insurance company. The appoint
ment was made recently by President
l. K. o'ltrieu of Detroit. .Mr. Crary
will make his new hi-adpiarters In
Previous to Ihe opening of the insti
tution at Huhbell, when Mr. Crary be
came cashier, he occupied a similar po
Miti in in the. Caluim-l State bank. He
njoys a wide acquaintance in the cop-
per country and doubtless will be a
valuable acquisition to the copper
country swiff of the Detroit Life. Hit
successor at Ilubbtll has iml jet been
COMMERCIALS BEAT CUBS.
Interesting Match on the Y. M. C. A.
Alleys Last Evening.
The Commercials won two out of
three games from th" Cubs in their
bowling match on the Y. M. C. A. al
leys last evening. The scores, while
not exceptional, were ery t lose aid
the match was very Interesting. .
Th scores follow:
Fisher t!U !.'(, 14f.
Peterson l.'.l ir,l 14"
Schneller l.'l 147 1!0
Roberts it;:. t.'f. m
Hagen is:t i;:: i,i
Totals Ml ;.', 7 S't
F. Schuite ir,; !:; K.
Knrjala . 1 1 ." 1 S3 It'i
Itarnard J;'3 ::;!
Danielstin 11: 13(1 ir,
.1. Schulle ...171 H.7 IJ1
Totals 73S 7 II' 73S
MILITARY BALL PLANS.
Committees Meet This Evening to
Details of the plans for the annual
military ball given Thanksgiving evo
under th joint auspices of th en
gineers, civil and Spanish war veter
ans and former members of the light
guard will be completed at a meeting
of the general committee composed of
representatives of all of these organi
sations this evening. Reports will be
presented hy the sub-committees and
t'tial plans will he perfected.
The ball this year promises to lie
yne. of the biggest social functions of
the sea ron. The demand for llcktts Is
large and a. record breaking attend
ance is assured. As In the prist the
Thanksgiving eve hull will be an In
formal affair, although military men
are. expected to np.'r in full dress
uniform. The C. If. .ii-:u sir ,. if
fourteen pieces, will furnish the miiMlc
and a. lap lunch will he nerved.
The Keweenaw county roatl cornmls
. hni plans nn extensive woik this win
tr under the direction of Andre For
mis,' of OJihway, chief engineer. The
county rend is to bn straightened nnd
other extensive Improvements brought
about. The work Is hamiercd some
what by the difficulty in securing men
whr nre wllllngxto work out of doors,
rnrning lines, cutting brush, etc.
LUCK IS WITH
Kill In Upper Peninsula Likely to
Be Between 6,000 and 7,000
That the total I ill of deer lu the up-!
per peninsula during the I S l :t hunting
season will aggregate from tl.uoti ia
i.ihmi is tltf t on.ideiit assertion of Calu
met hunters. Weather conditions, at
least tl iii in-; ihe lirst few days of the
season, were ideal, and an unusually
small percentage of hunters failed to
g. I at least one deer. This success
has I'tt-u uniform in all Kirts of the
peninsula, end hundreds of hunters
from il.e lower part of th" state have
aliatly li ft for their homes w n b all
that the law allows.
Polk Is Mighty Hunter.
Wilbniii Henry John Polkiughorne of
The News force has established his
reputation as a mighty hunter, even
placiiiL, hiln.it-lf in a- class witli Pill
Lyon, Nan Kunn ami other famous
nimrotls. This week Polk went on a
bullion,' expedition to tilt- S.'lliloll
fn'iil near Redridge. The day was
nice iui.l warm and Polk couldn't wait
to get into the woods so he h ft Ihe
train at Mill Mine Junction and started
to walk to camp, tin the wa.v he sur
prised three deer, a buck, doe and
lawn ami tilled his license before
reaching camp by killing the latter
Calumi-l hunters have been sending
dozens of carcasses to this city each
dav. Among those recently successful
are ol. . il. lit l.'l ma n. James
Ma kev, Dominit'k J. Vairo. Richard
Pascoc, J. K t'iksilla. Isaac Ilaiitala.
Joseph Mthelich and T. J. P.een, each
of whom secured at least olle deer.
it her Calumet hunters who have
been successful during the last few
da.vs are, Harvey Wuinapa, Hjahnar
Hossoiu-n, A. A. Miller, John Koskela,
Martin Ceiddla, Joseph c.t-rean and W.
Daile, each of Whom secured one tleer
ail.! Matt lliisch who is home from
Ralph, Dickinson county with two deer
and Frank linsciiell who killed two
(h t-c in K-v '- na vv.
Daman MacKen.ie, of the Western
Fxpress othce, left yesleftlav for Nes
loria, where he will hunt during Ihe
remainder il the week.
Harvey Wainapaa has gone to
liruce's Crossing to hunt deer.
)e Olson Is spending a lew days
in the woods tiet-r hunting.
Harold lloganson will leave this
week for the Huron mountains 4o
hunt. He has already killetl one deer
and cxpei ts to till out his license.
The disappearance of the snow from
the woods doubtless will retard the
hunters to Some extent (llllllir the llt-M
few dav ::.
NEW OFHCEHS AHL NAMCD
Court Loais De France, A. C. A., Holds
Its Annual Mtetirg.
At Mi.- annual meeting of C nirt
Louis tie France. A. C. A., h.-hl I i-t.
evening, the following officers were
chosen lor the ensuing year:
Past president t'bal Chaille.
President Joseph A rehumhea u.
Vice president Fred Troinbly.
Sectt lary-an hiv isle Adelont ilmi- -l.-tle.
Secretar.v - treasurer William Tcr
ri.iii. First trustee- Dcidonne Regllit r.
Secoptl trustee lalmond tlthote.
Third trustet (nelme Lelleau.
First nuard Fred I'eaiuhamp.
Second guard Louis Nadeau.
Intel ior sentinel CamiUe Rleau.
Kxterior sent in.-l A h x Tliibeault.
Com. ordoeat.'ur Joseph Iiinielle.
Ph vsician J. M. Pichette.
The new officers will b. installed
on Dee. IT.
SPECIAL PRAYER MEETING.
There will be special pra.Vcr meet
ings a, Ihe 'alumet H.iptist cliurcii
tonight ami Friday ev--ning, w hich will
he purely devotional In character.
Sunday morning at ii a. in. there wn'
be a tpeclal pravil' servico in Ihe
aiiors o" the church, to which all ar
invited. Rev. S. R. Pan!) .if Redinlge
will have charge find will aiso cor
duel I In regular morning and even
should be in every home every
day in the year. It is a pure and
Good For Every
Member of the
Why not try it today? Order a
r.ar.e. Do it now.
Hancock, Calumet, South Range,
TUESDAY a FRIDAY
Orenstein Dlk. Phone 099
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
That Thank. giving Dinner will taste twice an good if that bird is
nicely "done" n one of our SAVORY, CORONA, NESCO, ALUMINUM
VOLLRATH SPECIAL BLUE or a SHEET METAL ROASTER. '
Tiie prices range all the way
65c to $3
From $1.50 a set to $9
KECKONEN HARDWARE GO.
P-i1! :!' ! I !j!iJiii nil t'ljj
1,1 i 1 i I I I I l i i ! I 7W I ! U Ml ' ' 111 III '1 ' aT m 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 i I 1
AS they nre offered to our customer-, are two reasons why we
are doing a remarkable clothts business all the time.
A few other reasons: E neugh styled ?nd sizes to satisfy every
one: greatest care in fitting; in fact our idea is to see that the
clothes you buy are the ons for your figure as well as for your
Come in and see what it neans to find one stora more interest
ed ir. "serving" than in selling goods.
Hocking Clothing Store
Fifth Street. :-: :- Calumet
,1L - i - .ilw - - jr? -
DO YOU REALIZE
That Winter Is Almost Here
and That It Is Time for You
to Put in Your Winter
Supply of Coal.
Phone 7-2 Bells.
IV I O-i llll'l. sV
mamonos oei wnne
We have oil styles of mount
ings always in stock, and are
prepared to reset your di.imc-ncis
or other ttones, while y ni v.ot.
10 KARAT TIFFANY STYLll
niNG MOUNTING 3
si.. no .$:;.(m s.rn
14 KARAT MOUNTING
,s:j.oo $:;.ro si.no
We can make or dj)!.uate any
piece of jewelry you ruy waft
repair anything in jewelry cut
Agates, greenstones, etc.
We are general manufacturing
WARREN JEWELRY CO.
321 Fifth St., Calumet, Mich.
T 44 4-4 4 4 -
HAVING put in, at a tar p
expense, a new li'.)iitio
(.Irtnt, I .-in no prepared to
tJi' e pho us. at at.y time after
sundown and 01 any 'void of
Gallery open evrry wok nfj da
till 8 o'clock p. m.
Sth St. Calumet.
TRY A NEWS WANT AD.
.. - ii - .i - - t - - jivf t of wmwr-otv
Walls and Ceilings
are put up easily and
quickly in panels of all
convenient sizes. They
Keep out heat and cola;
Do not crack;
Take the place of lath,
plaster and wall-paper
every type of building
new or remodeled.
.lu.vt thf tliiiiK for yon this kind of
wi'jithrr. Op-n at t uVi.n'k pvrry d.ty.
Iidii-M" nn,) Mfii's d.'parliivritM. Cl"
JOHNSON'S BATH MOUSE
110 Osceola St., Laurium.
AND SAVE MONEY.