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THE CALUMET NEWS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19U.
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CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
PHONE 161. 400 FIFTH STREET
( ft a
Hockey Skates and Shoes
V( have just completed our line of hockey skates
for Men, Women and Children includiim the new
Half Hockey Waltzing Skate
All new stock; no shelf-worn, rusty goods
Ij f N L Y A DERRVfe SKATES in .ill sues, at pnc;s ranging from
50c to $5.00 per pair
orlcit your .U,tinj cje.ir ejily and le pTparfH for t!ie opemny of
HOCKEY SHOES in Un nd HI jrU , ,11 5'K5.
I PHONE 113.
HIGH PRIEST Or NEW ' SUTHERLAND CAN'T COME.
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Worth I n mi S .oo to S7.00
State Savings Bank
Statement ol condition, October 21,
Lr ins iif.H D'Sf OUits 1614.817 04
Rond,, MorfjirjcS and Sruirilir . 198,008 47
BnUiog HoutC and Fixtures 37,500 00
Other R-il E.ttr 8,236 36
0,frHr,i! 30 34
Di'f ("i-n BnU And BanUct . . 108,916 71
C.,-n r.r Hanfi 77,853 56
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llrd.vid'-'l Profits iTt)
Du to BnUs
Sv mijs Drpositn
40 YEARS IN BUSINESS
Merchants & Miners Bank
Lp.l P-"d in $150,000.00
S.npUn jnrl UnHivided Profit 250,000.00
Lubd'ty of Stockholders 150,000.00
Interett P4 on Time Deposit.
Th LARGE: CAPITAL and SURPLUS of this BANK snd Ihs LONG
tXPERIENCE nf its OFFICERS in CONDUCTING the BUSINESS of
RANKING should make it SAFE DEPOSITORY for part of iytfur
Charles Briggs, Prssidsnt.
Pstr Hupp. Vie Prss't. Stephen Psull, Cashier.
W, B. Anderson, Vi-.e Prest and Mgr. J. E. Shepard, Ass't Caihiar.
murk In !, i.llnfi nf Mp.lt
Roasters .n STEEL. ENAfv'EL
CD and ALUMINUM
15c t0 81.75
si.no si o.oo
Reliable Goods t Fair iT-es.
CORNER 6TH AND SCOTT
J 100.000 00
36.238 37 1
. 410.27 64 807.055 22
N. E. M'BRIDE ON
Accompanies Sox and Giants on
Trip Around World
K. M Miidf. tli," will known I'lii
i.iK i t.til.T, wni lias man Irii nds in
111,' ii'',- ,iHillll i' I't-asiiu nf liis
fi'iii,'iit visits ti,r. a. is Jiiiu-1 Hid
v'lii,.in Wlutf S,' attd tho Xt!v YmU
t.iantK and will .c okiii.iii tin's,
trains tin Hi ir i im.Mis tmu mound the
world, wim li in tiiaiiau,l 1 ThI Sul
livan, wlii, also is will known heir.
Mr AK liriilo inariah mih-IkIm tlut.
or four w, i ks of r t ry ai- in t'ahi
iiiil, ir.akuiK" Ids lifad'iuartors at tin1
Tallinn t liotH. He is an authority and
MuiH'W.ial , f a rank " on tlio national
Kahi,', lal l niissiim u iliann to hoo
a j.t Hit-.
Mr. NKIlrido is a Ikm- pr-rsiuial
truml t i "h i i U s A. 'oiuiski-.x . vn, r
of ihf Six. who nrst MiiiMstod anil had
inu, h I" do with tin- arriiimi'inonts for
th, tour, also if '1'f.l Sullivan, win,
iii.in iCii'K tlio fxp, dition. jiii, I it w.is
Ihrmih Hani In- ri'ceivi'd thr imita
tion lo a, i oini' inx th' tourists.
n his wax to tlio roast to join tin
an und i!i-.--woild I'attx, Mr. .Mi l'.ridi'
xi.-iti"! for a shoi t lini" with fnt inrr
r.. ,., i 1,'Uiitry frii mis in Untie and
disi iis.-cil Ins pr,ios,'l trip in a Itnttc
inirrv i'w as follows:
'In xvlitii tho Chioano tram
uiaiir a 1 1 . i aiotind tho wot Id, I hoard
a o alii .it it. It took thrin .six and
a halt 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 s (o make (he It'll' and on
lin i: i '.'I'll ii tin lc was itothinu hut
I.iIa, talk. talk, on that tour. I r
M'lvt',1 th. n that if thry rxrr took ail
fMlur on,' I would follow tltrin itrotind.
W ell the o.io! t uitil x has mine. I'm
mi nr. wax ' Wr're Koint to liaxe the
Iiiiii it our voting lixas. We will
,-.r h V' koli him on I r, After
loiiriii" .1 iii we will km thioi. nh t'hi
II:. ii iii thr I'hilii'iunrs. A u s I la I i: I ,
( i ll..::. Ilil.Milt the Krd f'r.l and t It'll
lo K';i t. tioin Alexandria x; xxill sail
io N.ii lrs Wi will ton? Ital with ;
r;r.-i.il i:atn. for tlnre will he 7.",
Ninrrj.'ai.s m th, party. '" xxill visit
I lot. i" . Knme, Milan. tlenoa and
ilnr , nils of interrst in Itttly, and
then to t(, Marsrillrs, Monte Carlo and
I her prints. We xxill t en n xxrrk
!n C.i.-; then m to Kihnhiiruli ami
i Marrow, S- otland. throttuli Ireland,
-.i iliMj. Ii om iu' eiistown on March I,
arriving at New v oik six da.xs later.
Will Mdke it "Right."
S'ollle trip'.' lallrXe file, Ves. Alld
(V e ai r L'otiu to make it 1'iullt, too.
'I'ltrte will !o nothing too ood for tho
nie,ri!i. is ol lit" parly. Already xveHi'e
.is.sii'd of II, e most rorilial leeeptioli
in the xalions plares x e xxill visit. Tln
White s,,, jt in I tin' iliants will pltiy
nianv nanus mi this tour and. n the
tl. r Itand. they will inert and play
lal've teams in fore ikm lands. You
ch'jtild not et (Iih id"ii that liasehall
is ioi;iin,d (., Aiiu ri a. It Ls our na
tional sl'olt, hut it has hern adopted
a. other lands. Tin re are i xc lhuit
Uanues la .lipan; in China, Australia
and elsewhere th'- uatnr elso i. knoxvn.
There xxill ! no lark of .sport, and
while ilu American teams undotihted
1 will show the. foreigners how the
; atni' should he plnyeu, dotthtlrsH there
w il! he S"ltle VXeil put Up (ohlrsts hy
;he native experts.
"'i he fart that xx o will make this
trip is ihiee months and ahout is days
illustrates the .nlvanre in transportti
tion In reirnt 'iit. When th.at
Anirrir.in team made Hie xiorhl tour
in lx Uhx thought thoy xxrie doim;
xaiiellvilt; Kl'rat to aloiiud Jllld
l'l.i hall at th" same Hir.e in six ami
' half months. As .i mailer of fait,
we xxill sp ud mole time in plares of
Interest than they did, although (ho
tttp xx ill i oiisume less time, llailroad
trains and ships are faster in thesj
davs. Whereas that sx tour xxtis
to ne in part in steamships of H.immi
: i i v . ours xxill lie made on l.oals lie
stde wlti'i i hose old xessels would look
insipnthrnijt. That, of course. Is all
lo l.r expeet.'d. Mayhe the While Sox
'.'."i xears front now xxtll eirrtininax i
mate the nlohe iii an iiitship and re
ft r to onr present trip with stnileH
of derision as to tho time made; nt
n ho. tiny win have no more fun
than we will have. That's certain."
Looks Over th City.
Mr Mi Mrhle spent today with his
old time Mutto friends. Ho found
mil' h to interest him, tilthouuh he con
f, ssi d that the ily hud i hantfrd to
ni'h n i rxtent that ho could recomii.e.
I. nt few points in it. lie will leave
lM veiling over the Northern Pitritle
for Spokane, from where lie xxill ko to
Portland. 1'rofii that city he will ro
to Ta -oma and then to Seattle, when
h xxill join the party with xxhirh he
will make the tour around the world.
?J4 f ,WI
is a strictly
On every article in this store
you will find the prices marked
in plain figures so that all may
see we are strictly honest in our
dealings with everybody one
price to all.
We think it is the only way to
run jewelry store.
WARREN JEWELRY GO,
321 Fifth St., Calumet, M.ch.
Will'leil IJohh, who has been located
In Newark. N. J., for otno time past,
arrived home today ta visit with
friends ami it Infixes.
Thorn, is Wills arrived home this af
ternoon from a httsin. hs trip to Oil
vauo In the IntcrcstH of tin Hoyal.
Miss Hello Allen lias ruiio to Iroti
wood. xxhete t he w ill visit with Iter
HsU-r, Mrs. Mat tin I'.row n.
Jerry J. Sullivan has returned from
V. est Maden and Klein h I.lrk where
he npent the past ten days.
N. M. Knuftnan. t pri'inlent Mar
eitrtte l.usinehS matt lias left for his
home t.tter a husiness visit litre.
Mrs. Anna riuht. xxho has been
xiitiim tt the home of t'apt. nd Mrf.
.lames Hoatsou o 1.. ttirlum. has l l
for her home in Hamilton, out.
Miss Anna llolomho of I'ltieaun h'
visiting with liirinU and relatives
hero. She hs a loiiner Caluniit resi
Rudolph I'rt. i
week for 1. Iloil,
n xv ill h ave this
where ho likely xx'il
Oenle (ilindelsoll lias lUte to u
fufh, when, he will locate.
Arthur Scully of Maniuelle is visii
inq here for a 1, xv dajs.
t'api. and Mrs. Thomas Hray liavv;
Kone to Ann Aihor to visit their sou
Howard and tr Notre Paine to visit
their von ilhrl.
.Mts. lleore Williams a ltd daughter
Miss- Hazel have arrived home from
an extended visit in the I'.rilish Isles.
They xveiv met in the east hy Mr. Wil
liams, who aei onipanieil them home
Tho friends of Mis. John Stephens
f Portland utrcet stirpiisiMl lu r tit In r
home last evening, on the eve of hi r
depart tire lor an eastern trip. 1 he
KathertiiK proved a very pleasant one.
Has Whiistork has left for Ralph,
Ihekinson county, where he will hunt
r or a short t line.
'. A. Hraime of I'.nllalo Is spcndiiif; a
lew da.xs in the copper country on
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 'aesar .f
I'Jinhtli Ktieet are the parents of a
Township Clerk tiroiKe Martin has
leeeived the marriage rtsord bookn for
lustiris of the peace as required hy the
rerrntly enacted statute.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Oalh-
inti lardtfte. the oldest nietnher of
St. Anne's lYeitrh church, was held
from that church xcstcrday morning.
CAN SAVE BOTH SHIPS.
Contracts Have Been Let For Release
of Two Stranded Boats.
Contracts for the. release of the
steamer Tut ret Chief, hard aground
six miles east of Copper Harbor and
the 1.. C. Waldo which is fast on Gull
Hoi k and more or less broken up, have
been ht i the. Great J.akes Towing
company ami the Held Wrecking com
pany, respectively. .Work will be Marl
ed on both whips at once, in tho hope
that they may bo walvased before the
season' of navigation i loses. This step
folloxvod inspections of the txvo ships
by Captain SI Sinclair of iMiluth, rep
resentative of the. undervx l iters.
Capt. Sinclair claims that under fa
vorable, conditions the Turret Chief
lould be released in two days. The
boat is not in bad shapo as she was
without cartel when tthu went auround
and therefore was not broken as badly
its expected. Her position presents
some difficult ics, however, for the craft
is surrounded by a shoal.
The I.. C. Waldo Is not broken amid
ships as Captain Puddlesoii, it mas
ter, supposed, only a few plates have
buckled. All of her houses d upper
deck st rinT iircs were torn off In the
ali hoxvever, and she presents a rath
er pill .iresipie it ppea I a ttrr. Shi xxill
also have to l, lightered.
There is ,t poHsihility that Capt. Tom
PaddiUKton of the steamer Turret
Chief will he summoned to appear be-
loie the ronintission xxhirh will con
duct the hi'iuiry for the Canadian nev.
eminent into certain phases of Hie re
cent disaster with a. view of briiiKinK
about hKisl.t Hjn conducive to greater
sifety at sea. The Turret Chief Is of
the Merchants Mutual line of Toronto.
SODERGREN TO HOUGHTON.
M. I'. Hopkins of Milwaukee, dis
trict representative and sales nian
j.Kfcr for the International Correspond
ence Schools was In tin- copper coun
try this week, on business. While here
lie appointed Arthur SodelKleti of Cal
min t to he Iii hi representative hi the
Houghton and Ontonagon district, sue.
recditm C. P. Rossbert;, who will be
transferred. The chanRe will be made
inimi 'dint ely.
K. T. l.nKen. formerly representative
of the International Correspondence
Schools here, has been placed in charge
of the Apph ton. Wis., Held, one of the
largest In the northwest.
THINK FARMER IS INSANE.
Ilcniy Ktijala, a farmer residing
near Calumet was arrested last even
ing nnd taken to Houghton where an
examination will bo conducted to as
certain whether or not he Is Insane.
Kujala, who was onco Iretited at the,
upper peninsula hospital Jit Newberry
and discharged as cured, apparently
was perfectly normal until a short time
hko when his actions became somewhat
'tueer. Yesterrl.jy It Is said he tlneal-
ne,l to kill liis family as a precaution.
I In- otlieers were notlfbd with the
a hove result.
PRAISE SERVICE HELD.
The annual praise service under the
ausplees of the First Presbyterian
Missionary society was held In Gin
parlors of the church last evening and
proved highly successful. There was a
lark- attendance nnd the. KHtherlng
was very much enjoyed.
Pool contest TYIday night at Waas'
Mtitlet, Lak Linden Ave., Dlstel vh.
W'aaa. Advertisement. 21
Elected to Fellowship in American
College of Surgoons
Caluinxt and the upper peninsula
were sUnally honored last week at the
'list convocation of the American Col
lege of Sut neons in Chicago, when li.
A. I. LawhaiiKh ol this city was elect-
id to a fellowship In this august bod. v.
Sinh recognition by his fellow prac
titioners is very gratifying t hiv
manv local friends. lie Is the only
suiReon in upper Ml"h!saii t bt ho
hoitoretl and one of ."utv In the state
of MichiK'in. Twenty-four of Ihe
It How ships are held by Detroit sttr-
eons mid sixteen bv imn in otli.r
part; of the slate. n- of 1 i, fellow
ships was conlert'e l ti on Mnjof
Pode of liu Rapids, chief surgeon of
the MirhiLati Vational Guard, who
ree.nllv spent several xxeeks hero o:i
strike duty and has many local frlvud!.
The niec,;n Colleiie of Slireoii!
is patterned after the Roxal ColleR,
o!" Surueoits of llnutand, one of tho
bc-t known hdis of its kind in the
did The president of the Ih-Xll
Colleue tv-'s present am! addressed this
,'lfsl n'e.'tinn of the Ani"ri,an College
The American Coll".-e xxas foiinderl
by P''l of the leading Slirceony In tis
count i".' who mel in Washington. T"
t '. last Max and laid the F.rotind w ork
for thl 4 orpauia t ion which it hoped
w ill iii' n i' Mtsli tnneiital in r.iislnn the
staialariis of this roft ssion in Antor
ir;. Councils ri'i'i es.-ltt I n each sta,
were "ilei'tid and a nl hori.c.l to ne
ommend the names o' H'ose vurueous
from their own slate x ho posyes.-t the
'Ittalith-aiionv and aoility to entitle
tin in 1. 1 fellowships. Tho.se n rn-
ItliMlih d Were ele.'led at II. e niectlu;:
title ill Chicago last week when the
foimal ors:a nlat hut was acromplish
ed. The rani; of fellowship is larpely
an hoi-orarx one simtdv that the hold-
r is reroani.ed as one of the leaders
in his pi ofessii ii. Hereafter the rank
can only be attained by passim; n
very viuld examination. In all titers
are l.if.O fellowships
Those surueons not hohlini; this rank
will tie i ncoiiraued as inttrh its pos
rihle Hid the Ainelienn Colleve tlll'S
sell a L'oal of hl'jher attainment to-warib-
xxhirh Ihev niiy strive.
An allied organization is the I'lmi"
til Cnn;ress of Surneens to' North
At'ieririt. with a mntlershlp of about
l.oito in nil parts of the country.
A Sanitary I
Choice Materials, pure Artesian
Well Water- and knowing how to
brew all these help to make our
m mvYciya uuuu
It is sold in large and small
bottled Every bottle is sterilized
before it is filled.
J Lake Linden, Calumet, Hancock,
X South Range, Mich. T
Owing to the mild weather we have
decided to handle live turkey only
for our Thanksgiving trade. This
will insure our customers receiving
only strictly fresh stock.
Place your order with us now, as
we will dress our turkeys next
Tuesday. AH kincis of yooos things
to eat at low prices.
WATCH OUR WINDOW FOR
Quello's Cash Market
Fifth Street. Calumet, Mich.
Calumet Lodge 271
F. & A, M.
I rlilay. Nov. i 7::t p. m. Work In the
ALFRED BALDWIN, W. M.
GEO. WILLIAMS, Sec'y.
L. E. BERGE
Piano l:orte Instruction
Third floor Herman Building.
5th Street, Calumet.
That Thanksgiving Dinner will tate twice n good if that bird is
nicely "done" n one of our SAVORY, CORONA, NESCO, ALUMINUM
VOLLRATH SPECIAL BLUE or a SHEET METAL ROASTER.
Tito prices range all the way
65c to $3
Prom $1,50 a set lo $9
KEGKONEN HARDWARE GO.
CLOTHLi Li jJ-
M Haas '& COo
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.
11 """' r i i i ..-' , r 1 i ii ii ii "
Pork Roast 1 -If
Fresh Killed Chicken
HAVING put in, at a Mrgo
expense, a new li'.ihtirij
plant, I tm noj prepared to
take photos at ai.y tints .tfter
Sundown .nnd ri any Uirtd of
Gallery open every wok u( (fay
till 8 o'clock p, m.
6lh St. Calumet.
HfHty di-it't ItoiNeH for K:ile
J. S. MORRISON ESTATE
Barn, Heel t., Laurlum. l'h one ii.
Ofllie: State Fuvlntrs R;ink Rldg.
AND SAVE MONEY.
Young men's stylish
models in chinchil-
las and in smooth a
cloths. See this line 3
Prime Steer Rib Roast.
Walls and Ceilings
arc put up easily and
quickly in panels of all
convenient sizes. They
Keep out heat and cola;
Do not crack;
Take the place of Uth,
plaster and wall -paper
every type 01 building
new or remodeled.