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THE CALUMET NEWS MONDAY MARCH 2, ,9R F 1900 Washer The washer that will Mr Mil la e Curtains or overalls without injury. EASILY OPERATED. QUICK IN ACTION. DURABLE, DOES NO f TEAR CLOTHES. Always pleases. Call and see them. CARLTON HARDWARE CO loom in ST. C AU MtT DEATH REMOVES SQUIRE JEFFERY Resident of Copper Country for More Than 60 Years MUCH INTEREST IN RED JACKET'S BIG DOG OERBY THOUSANDo )F SPECTATORS WITNESS ANNUAL EVENT SATURDAY. ducted in Fifth etreet from Scott to Elm Baturdai afternoon, tuitillclj every possible predict too made for u. There weft between thtrtj sad furtj 1 entries ami tits various events nere hotly contested from sunt tu Finish. I Because of the fact only one clog team wai entered, it wae Impossible to have competition m this class, but tin' one entrant arse awarded a prise ami the other races made up for tits evsn "scrau in d ' The prise awards vers as follows! Largs dews' race JHaroJd. Toplln, , Hubbelt Chester Pellow, Richard Baa. tlan, John Johnson. Medium nixed dos' race- Harold Hollow, Herbert Densoa, Ossar Jones, Klrst small dogs' pace Joseph Bte palac, Arthur Trevarthen, Weslei Jennings, 'all Bra) . He .'mi small doses' race -William Mondeau, Cheater Pellow, Domlnlck llachlo. Frce-for-all Herbert Benson, Bar old Toulon, Bl haul Bast tan, Harold ii Bow. Thousands of aectatora lined1 the streel and witnessed the event from office windows aiui other points' of vantage ami warmth. Considerable dlf ficulty vvas experienced in keeping the crowd hack from tin- course so eagaf v.iii' tin- spectators to witness every phsss of tbs contests and tiiis trouble is about the only criticism that could Bell (si dsflnaL I U System TPrace people, who move from one city to another, by Long Distance Telephone. Bell toll operators are specially trained to find persons, if sup plied with information as to their probable location. Those who take advantage of this service not only get results, but save the time and expense of a personal journey. Mil higan Sttte Telephone Company M. Hartley, Manager T lltBfleMM 600 WARNING!! DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THE SKATING AND DANCING PA RTY Civen by the Knights of Pythias TUESDAY, March 3rd. PALBSTRA Music by LAURIUM BAND. ADMISSION. 25c AND 15c. THIS SPACE WAS KINDLY DONATED BY State Savings Bank LAURIUM, MICHIGAN eeeweeesieesjeesjesjeetieesjes)esjea)eejeefe Another uf that small Imdv of hardv. I fearless Lake Superior pioneers, mi I rapldl) being depletes! bj death, an swered thi" Baal summon at ;M lo'i io h this laornin i wasp Bqutrs John Ijeffer) passsd awaj gulstll at his limine oil Calumet etreet, Lauriura Squire Jsfferj was one of the path Bnaess wno biased tbs trail of tin .Minimal! i'iipi cou lit ry tu us present Krestnees A rcsldenl of Keweenaw Point for mors than etxtj yen in. h workod in tin- Ural copper workings in this district, ais.i in tin' mlaas that have been mors promlnenl ami mm auccesMfiil. His death at the advanced age pf if brings tu an end a eareer of ui-.it I,.-. 'nincss. Mi., uilmenta of old age and tin- enoch uttered bj las de .ii in in tas death at .Mrs Jeffery elghteea months ago, ami bis oMsal daughter, Mrs s.un btillington two months later, were largely responsible lot .Mr Jeffi rj 'a departure). Born in Devonshire, England, og ct. it. 1MB, ami schooled in the mines of Cornwall, whose sains have achieved fuiim in cer niininu district in the world, Bqulre Jefferj . ami' tu America whi n ysars of age, coming direct to Keweenaw Point, where in' lanrtefl at Busli River. He was mm uf tin- earli- t white miners in the district. He i. ist worked In tin- Old Manhattan mine, under the late Caut. Kd wards tnd where he became 411 Intimate friend of the lata John Ifcmiell. r.env. ng the .Manhattan mine, he moeed to I be i'IiIT rniiH' where he u nrki'.i tarn anny year a, until operations v-r' sue i" ini.'ii t bere, and then he entered the mploy of the Bchoolcraft, now tas 'entennlal mine, later ffrmlng te t'ui- nnct w here he worked for the Calumet ami Hocla Mining company uj to sev- enteen years ago, whan bs rettfd from active ssreka With the exception of snort time spent In 1 'ntonagon county and brief visit thr l'akutas. the Into Squire Jeffsf) continuously in the cop- psr countn from tas date of his ui rival tmtii ins dsath. Upon his retirement from active eervlcs ssveateen ysars ago, bs took nil his 1 aside nee in Laurium. Throughout his entile life, the lute Bqulre Jeffery has been deeply later, estsd In politics, having bssa aa ar dent Republican. Ho held several public office under tas early Republi can administrations in If e weens w county, having bean a supervisor, su lierintendenl ol the poor and justice f ii i peace for several terms, durlns the Hriod when the late Thomas L. Chad bourne was prose utiag attorney ol Keweenaw county. Three aona, James ami Qeorgc, both ui whom have been employed b) the ' B H. Mining companj fur a period of years, and Samuel, who is COW in led With the state insurall etoinri- meni at lsnsing, and one daughter, Mrs, William Morgan of Calumet, ear vive, There are nist eighteen Brand' children and nine great grand obit CALUMET HIGHS WIN. Defeat Houghton By Score of 63 to 2-1 at Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium. Tin- Calomel high school saaaatbat team wyu a oassldsd rioter aver tas Hottgh tSSl Mgh BChOOl team at the V -M. i. a. gjrmaaaiusi Batardaj after Bssav th, linai m are helm; i;:t in :a uj tavaff of tNilunici. There was a kimS sized crowd In sttsndance, The Caltt met team look the lead from the start ami play but fast liasbethsU oouM plot be overtakeii h the iiiurs who seem ed at a Bright dlssdysatags tbroggi unfamiHanlty with the Boor, HUNDREDS OF HOCKEY FANS WILL JOURNEY TO HOUGHTON area. The decedent was one of the earliest members of the Calumet Cong rags tlonal church and was keen!) interest ed m rellgtoua work, lie waa 1 man ut many sterling qualities and wIM bs greett) missed b all w 11 11 whom be 1 a me in contact The Funeral services will bs held Wednesday ufternooa from the family residence on Calumet street, Laurium, at .' O'clock, Kev. LuHiei K. Lons of ficiating, Interment will bs In Labi Vo w ci meter) . rm:i: 12 50 rjt a ftMCK 1 n all cash or credit purchases of II 1 nmre during our anniversary sale tins week. Qateiy Wiggins Co Calumet, AdverMxeineiit. 7 tleorge Westcrman, upper peninsula si 1 retarj of the v. M C, a. left thai morning fur Marquette, Iron Mountain and other irmi countn paints after apendlng Bunday with his family her GAME BETWEEN HOUGHTON AND CALUMET CLIMAX OF LOCAL SEASON. Hundreds et Calumet bocbey enthus iasts win Journey ti Housbton this evening to witness the contest bstws Calumet ami portage Labs which wl lie hist about the el Unas uf the local hiiekey season. Man uf I In- fuilM iil make the trip 00 the .Mineral Range special leaving the Calomel depot at 1:11 ami others will JottfSSg to Houghton Is Bl reel ears. Calumet fans are rejoicing toga) in the probability the Ice will he hard ami last, believing this condition t he in Caltanefa favor th' locala dependinn mute mi gpeed than WSSfbl fur their urrass The line-up of lbs team will lie the name as that which faCSd Houghton here hist Thursday, with iuinif at point) R,Treglown, cover. Trsglown, rover and Btroud, cm ter. These pi. 1 vets have been uracil im,' diligently lines tba but game and has developed an attack that is even inure difficult to solve than that of last week. The defense is also atrongsTi Although sa poet tag one uf the hard est games or ins year, tns locasi are determined te win, realising the In porfanos sf tas vbcteey. The Catu met and American Sou teams are tied 111 the kmgaS rue and while CalUBMl must play its remaining gams a Way from bones tas Siio has lbs advantage of playing tbs last ou boees tee, a victory tontnht howavsr, win either assure CaJumsl of the championship Or B right to plS) IhS American Boo 1 . an extra series for the championship, this depending on the outcome of the name between the two Suns Tuesday evening, HEALTH REPORT FOR TOWNSHIP Dangerous Diseases Kept In Ex cellent Control During Year .j. .j. .j. . .;. .J LOCAL BREVITIES. 4. g .j. .;. .;. .;. 4. 4. .;. 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS Merchants 5 Miners Bank CALUMET, MICHIGAN. Capital Paid In 1150.000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profit 2 50,000. OS Liability of Stockholder 150,000.00 Interaat Paid on Timo Depoaita Tha LARGE CAPITAL and SURPLUS of this BANK and the LONG EXPERIENCE of .ta OFFICERS in CONDUCTING the BUSINESS of BANKING should make it a SAFE DEPOSITORY for part of your EAKNINfig. ChaHea Brtgga, President. Patar Hupp. Vir Pree't. Stephen Paull. Cashier. W. B. Anderson, Vise Preet end Mgr. J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cashier. Mr. ami Jfrs. William Pryor and children of Bradwcll, Basbatoon, Cana da, are tbs guests Of Rev, and .M'-s. .i J, Strike of Centennial. Mr, Pryor la a prosperous farmer of the Canadian northwest. Waldo ClartM Of oiy visited with lalumet friends toda) . Mr, ami Mrs. Charles T. Bfahane) of Marquette arrived here yesterday, The former returned to his home last even ing and the latter will visit In to for a slmrt time at the home of David ln- aldaon. The funeral of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs Victor l.ahti of Fulton was held esterda afternoon with services at the Finnish Lutheran church uf ptne street. in-, and Mrs. i . k. McQueen end children, Mr, and Mrs. Harry B, Kins and Miss Mat ha Lain. la of Laurium have h it for Miami. hTorida ami other points, where they WlH v isit. Commercial league matches on tbs Cubs bowling alleys this Week are as follows: Monday. !rccn Stamps s En gineers; Wednesday, Printers vs Ah meek, ami Friday. Tamarack s Post office. Jeo M. Susterteh, who has been i Iting with friends ami relatives In Col uimt. left Bunday tec Detroit, where be will rsnuras his reablimcr, Rdward ami John peri) have return ol from Lead. S. I, ami resumed then old positions at the .Mohawk mine. George Lamerand of Bagle Harbor w as last week paid bounty on a I) n: . w hich be shot near ins home recently. iieuie Foley" of Mohawk leaves this week for Chicago and other cities on purchasing trip. linn Sullivan of Ahmeek has arrived home from a visit to Munlslng an I Msrquette, Dr. ami mis. f. MoHugh of On tone con visited last week at the bOgM Of Mr. ang x,s- teeess w. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Marry Johns have ar rived home from Ironwood where the) have been located fed tbs past sis months. Mrs. U B. QUminOFIII "f Mohawk la visit tag with friends in DenVSf tor I borl time and later Will visit in San I 'ra BClSCO, Herbert Oliver has arrived hum' from Lead. S. !., where he has been located for some time and will re sume his residence in W olverine. Ban i.aiMiint. the KeeJoargs boy, who was severely hurt while skllnu .. borl time aK, is roeeverins rapidly. William White1 haa arrived home from Detroit where be was employed a'i tin- Cadillac Antemoblle works, The friends of Mrs. Charles I'ornlsli of Ksaraarge stirorised hei at her home Thursday evenliiK and spent u v - ry pleasa nt evenliiK. Mrs. Peter Plcehtetlno left last week for BatUs creek, whore she will under Ku UeafniBlll in one Of the hospitals. Richard Jolmaon has arrived home from a visit to Milwaukee ami ot he. points. Mrs "lata S- Crierson has arrived home from a visit with friends in Min neapolis. John s. c.riKKH haa returned from v c ,1 tu Do troll and ether cities. i in funeral of the Ini ml cMM el Mr. ami Mrs. Hugh Cameron, who died yesterday, sras held thia after I b..ruii.:hlv and si n-i.t ih a llv examill-! noon ad, and gbsfbss made to nt AH smrkl L f iiaii and son Harold, who have Kuarai.i.-d. Telephone.;.; R, rbeea located in I n "it for some fgfi BEER is about the only article of Com merce that cannot be tampered with by the trade. The very na ture of Baor makes this impos sible. It cannot be "doctored." Our Beer is always good and pure. Scheuermann Brewery Hancock, Calumet, South Range, M.ch. Phone for a case today. W. THURTELL The OPTOMETRIST Has returned to Calumet and has his nffi' e in HERMAN BLOCK, Fifth Street. Hours 1 to fi ami 7 to I p. m F.yHM The annual rep ut of Health uin SJl Robert M. BTst set, winch wtM ho pre tented to the township board at its annual meeiinu the last of this month, shows that daagerotti diseases wei" kepi in excellent coattol during the ye r. There WOTS Ml cases of dali'-p'toux diseases retorted measles leading with ng diphtheris next with it, whooniag COSJgb If, pneumonia It, i hickenpox I, scarlet fever inlant'le paralv sis ty phoid i'ver and meningitis 1 each. There were cases of tllhercuh sis re ported during the year, The il.'nuetuiis diseiees, not Includ ing tuberculosis, were reported By dls iii is ai foltewa; Calnmet. II cases: BhM Jacket, s; Yelluw Jacket It, in cluding cases of diphtheria; muter winks. i Lake Superiur waterworks :t. all mptheria; Norm, M. I diph theria; Newtown, I; Raymhaultowna g; Bwedetewn, II i Ptotida, 14, I dbsh theria; Bed Jacket abaft, It, s diph theria. Centennial. I; Wolverine, s; Kearaarge -; Copper City, ;i; May Bower. I; Tamarack, lr.. I; township at lame, s. The reports of the villages, whhh have Hidr own health officers arc not mi luded iii this summary, although S p ut at the township. f the ."1 diph theria eases only two ended fatallv. In this report the health offteer sn vs : Caluimt township Penan placard ing for measles in December, Itlt, for the first time. x attempt is mads t quarantine, the object of placard' ini betng etmpiv tt give ins dump notice Placarding has undoubted I prevent. ! a greater spreadlni of th disease." "hsmlSssss I dl llOVs tiiids II Ivli ."'M . ' -w For Health 1 I giving Sport noth- I a ing can coma re l j with a brisk 'fff j 1 spin on the -J pOR speed, durability safety and graceful ness of design no other skate equals the Barney & Berry None just as ood. jUsl now we have a com plete stock to select from. KEGKONEN HARDWARE CO. have returned to resume their resi dence, Mr, and Mrs. Henrv M turned from I'lint. win been lui Sted for t he past dlyn has re e they have v car. Hi tli Anderson has arrived home from the Boo, wheel be has been em atoaed b the Boutb Shore road. Telegraphic eervlce, especbtlly thai of the brokers was eomewhst impaired todaj as a result of the severe storm prevailing through the east and last uiKht. iterduy I2.1H) QOLD PIFJCE FREE TH IS With every purchase of K Is amounting t" ie.et ot mure during our liih anniversary sale. Gatoly wi alns ('a.. Calumet, Adertiacment, 7 W ATCH ARKEN'S INDOW Our jewelry buyers have just returned from the m.nufactur -ing centers, and we invite ex amination of our new stock of fine jewelry which we have brought with us. Many j-retty and novel dssigns arc sure to please tho prospective buyer, uch as Pocket and Wiit Watches, Pendants, Brooche-,. Bar-Pins, Scarf Pins, Bracolat :, Hair Ornaments, and many other useful and desirable novettics. WARREN JEWELRY CO. 321 Filth St., Calumet. WITPU UlADDCklio mikiniMii FISH SMELTS. HALIBUT. SALMON, PERCH, WALL EYED PIKE, LAKE SUPERIOR WHITE FISH AND TROUT CREAMERY BUTTER, lb. 00c. LOW PRICES ON MEATS AT ALL TIMES. Quello's Market L'th Street Calumet CORD WOOD MORRISON ESTATE Edward Collins Announ. . s hinis.-:, ., eamlldate for the efAcs uf Treasurer of Calumet T-wnshlp and solicits the I rt of his friends ai lbs . cucus ami ssjig, BEAVER BOARD No Cracks ae ever seen in walls and ceilings made of BEAVER BOARD. DurabV, beautiful, sanitary. Forty-one advan tages. Call and see how it looks. Armstrons-Thielman Lumber Co. pure wood riDRtB HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK J Calumet Playground Association I Skating Party AT Colosseum Thursday, March 5th Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD CALUMET Pnonii 7. - YARDS AT COPPER CITY Phone 35. HANCOCK Phon. 122. ositjyely! i 5 3 m h t WE CAN SAY POSITIVELY that although yoj,i can pay higher prices than we charge, you cm buy ni choicer merts anywhere, '..at i s provo it by sending yea a ptime rcsst, come juicy chops or an appetite making steak. One trial of our merts is sure to Risk ycu our steady customer, W. J. REYNOLDS MM I S I . PHONE 1 02 lAUKIl'M DR. STOEL OSTEOPATHIST TUESDAY 6c FRIDAY Orenstein Blk. Flionc 999 CLOSING OUT SALE OF HARD WARE AT Ghidren'S Dresses Gut, Fitted or Finished to Special Order. Stamped to Embroider. Orenstein's 7 rt Xeedie Dept.