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THE CALUMET NEWS WEDNESDAY. MARCH ,. . ' CARLTON HARDWARE CO 400 Finn st. FROM CANADIAN NORTHWEST. One of That D str c s Bg Farmers Visitmg in Calumet. r State Savings Bank LAI RU M. MICHIGAN Statement f Condition, Jan. RE SOURCES. Loans and Discounts Bofs, Mcrtjigts anj Secantiea Bilking Ho-se and Fixtures. Other Real Estate 0errirafts D ie firm Biis and Banks, s Cash far Hand . . . S1LITIES. Capital Stock Surolus Fihd Undivided Promts. (Nail De to Ban3 Commercial Deposits . . . Spinas Depos ta vM ev ft MIH 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS Merchants & Miners Bank CALUN'CT, MICHIGAN. Capital Pa d In $150,000.00 Surplus and L"d v.ded Profits 250,000.04 Liability of Stockholders 150,000.00 ntrat Fa a on Time Depoait Tha LARGE CAPITAL and SURPLUS of this BANK and the LONG EXPERIENCE of ,t, OFFICERS in CONDUCTING the BUSINESS of BANKING should make it a SAFE DEPOSITORY for part of your EARNIN&g. Charlsa Bnggs, President. Peter Ruppe. Vice Pres't. Stephtn Paull, Cashier. W. B. Anderson, Vice Prast and Mgr. J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cahier. Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD YARDS COPPER Phone CALUMET Pnone 7. OSITIVELY f I . - - , -D I I ' M -IV - 1900 Washer Th wakht-f that wH wash la e Curiams or overalls without injury. EASILY OPERATED QUICK IN ACTION. DURABLE. DOES NO t TEAR CLOTHES. Always pleases. Call and s-e them. I All Ml T . era in unci garden crop yielded aplendldly. Mr. Pryor ferta, Mr. l'i.ii s stock , niiMsis of iwen- i ', i two colt .1 ikI fourteen head i r . at t Speaking of condition . the Cam dian aorthweet, Mr. Pry or admit the a ntcrg .ii- cooaiderabl r-ohfer than Michigan, hut claim spring is In variabl) oarly. Mr and Mr. PryMt and da up ht is ;t-!'t home short I) be M i' Sew Yr.u in i.-ii in the state, ::.iii'.. enjoyed I heir vacations here and ii southern Mlcktann Immensely, BASKETBALL SATURDAY. ' luraet v m. c. a. basketball h n arrant ' i" ; lay t be Mlchi illeg ol Mine ! am In i h mi symnasium n Baturdaj sventag. aggregation ail) N accompanied uuntj seal by .i good dVleg- rootei a. I.. ii- r i i mi n game i i. . ,i here with i ha M. i ' M. i 1 1 - Hi- aggregnt (on a ill rhl her 'I in- ' ilamel V, M. 1 ' .iin is ;i strons one atnl li If an uiitiniifi Pi ECU l W i:i :k . t i u i 1 1 i : I.. 116.04 itt nnl v i i i v s.. ia v.! imet, .ih poore during Guteli Wit aa)eeaat.a L. 1914 $ G?0.839 9G 192.712 34 37.500 00 8,236 N 1.346 35 103,481 36 52,894 13 $1,017,010 70 .$ 100.000 00 100.000 CO 31.550 13 16.835 88 $336,143 25 432,47'j 44. 768.624 69 $1017.010 70 AT - CITY 36. HANCOCK Phone 122. m ( AN SAY POSITIVELY that although you can pay higher prices than we rharcje, you can bu no choicer meJti anywhere. Let us prove it by sending you a pnmr toast, some juicy chops 01 an appetite making steak. One trial of our meats is sure to make you our steady customer. vv. J. REYNOLDS ll"h s'r"' - j um A st, Ptit)Nr 102 1 AbRttJM I MaawwMaay STATEMENT OF VILLAGE FUNDS Financial Report of Red Jacket Approved by Council .t its rajntlnr meeting list rveainc lh Had Jacket council approved th annual financial state Baenl lor lb fis aai paw ending Mar i i. a vary antis fnctori aaowing when it is ceoeideeed thai Um your bag bean a troubleaoma mm iniauso nt th stria and general dial orbed conditional difficulty in collecting i taat ami antra eptngg oc asunH-.i theae conditions. Tin total ( ij t s of tin' year grata, ipproxunntely 15,000, while the dia bvraagMnti I nc lading tb retirement of bond ami paying Intel em mi bond ed Indebtedneaa amounting to almost 111.000, Were ftrtti una. There was ai iin beginning of the .is. ,.i year a bat .mi .ii the various village fun. is of C,07S.4, an. I that is Hon a tnt.il bgj an. ..I It, Ii7 t I. in th water department, deapita the traduction m the coal to roinnnwri mad pugglbt thrmfih the diacovry . Mmwumie reaoing ami over- charge which aer promptly rebated i the i lllage, ami general improve ment lu tii- ayatem through the r pairing of leak .Inatalkition i abut 'ii calve .it frequent interval ami replacing of rornoul pipe, the dia bureementa amounted to nut ItttSlnnd receipt ii i, :.i. rlel gain t. the v lllage of about t .'. ."'. The preaegl bonded Indent! daaa I the riilagf m outstanding paving ami Improvement bond is 1124,000, That w ai retired last yeur in bond ami Intereai i be total nou. Th "st of , i -t tihonl 1 1.- trlc light to t he ii veui w i a upproxl' e inattrani expt nae uk luiitii, the v math !" : I'm h mounted to $2,490 LuHir und learn- ni;4 on Ptreeta I garbage, et coal the cillupe approttimatel) 110,000, Bpe iai poitc utticera required bacaua nt the ? 1 1 iko illaturbancoa, brottghl th 1 oat i ib polio department, includ ing the ialarie of th marahai and three regular nlghl police ofhomm up to 4."ai i The total aet of the eiliaflj at shown the repori la be USg.StS.bS, oi a loi.u . ii v54i.a.o in exeea .a I llnbllitiea in bonded IniebtedTneaa. The council de Lded t. bold n apectal ! meeting an the evening of Mnrcfc la '.. conklr ihe lighting proolam Tag I tmycta vin petitioned th council short tun.' ago to refrain from enter ling a leni term contrntl with th liloughioti Conntj Rtectrlc llghl com I pnay, win in- im id-. i to I... preni a. iins meatini and s ftt i t hair objectiona .i more length, n is ptanhed to go mil tii" lighting problem ihoroughl) t tins meeting and Rrric l r dellnltt: understanding h la whal coura th illa. Will follow relative to J. new- i:i the i.i.i contrnci or arranging Member of the Bwedlah Benevolent society are hereby notified thai th tout oi meeting 1ms taan changed rrem I o'clock to 7 o'ctaofe on the is: Rjaturday of each month i RBI sw .s N, Praa, ANDREW i.i:si:ij.. Bee, AdverKaement. ft C. Tatfif ploneei sliirt man of Tagaj BnMLi r'bicago, is at the t'alu met ii. K'i for few day Plnda bualneas better than expected and would i..- nhul to- aee any ana looking t..i tOOd'flttln shirts Advert liiement. I The only way to find out wheth er you are gomy to like RHEINGOLD Beer is to taste it. We know what your verdict will be you will order again. Scheuermann Brewery Hancock, Calumet, South Ranye, Mich. FISH SMELTS. HALIBUT. SALMON, PERCH, WALL EYED PIKE. LAKE SUPERIOR WHITEFISH AND TROUT CREAMERY BUTTER, lb. 30c. LOW PRICES ON MEATS AT ALL TIMES. Quello's Market Calumet BIRTHS AND DEATHS. Arrivals of Stork m February Exceed Those on January. There wen- i'.n live luiths nt 1'al- umet laamablp during the month af CVbmarti comparing erttb twenty thre hiriitH in January. By pateatam th re.or.i is B i Hows, rtnnhrh. ii: i mar loan, n. Auattian. I; panllah. :': Italian, ;i. Korwcalan, .': Vcbtch, Dan ieh. Irish and Sw la, one each. That were tit teen deaths in th township hi Psbruary, the principal ..mils iif ehich were as followai I'lieiiiiLmia, :t cancati fi ar hooping OOMgh, ineasli s. iphtMri and Vio. Inca, an mi b. NORTH ENO MINES HAVE RIGGER WORKING FORCES MOHAWK FORCE 50 PER CENT OF NORMAL - WOLVERINE 85 PER CENT. At the Btanti i prnpertla t.i tin that Jus i.e. n i the ivorklng for mined ami illn i north of Calumet, splendid in. lease ii s sHtrtn the bud .suit oi which th" leu i l.s, as a Mohawk mine is now operating with . force more than Qft) per e.-nt of nor mai and the irVolverine mine with a tor... pradkall) aigbtyftv pt ce.tl oi normak Tins is regarded aa i pk mini lnAting, inaamuck as it ha been freely admitted the strikers .on tltuted a giuch larger percentage of mln employ ea than la anj other pari of the rpglon. Ai tha Mohawk mln lionda) than w.ie at work -ii" men. under k round, Tit on aurface ami !: in the Mtampmill department, compared with a total of s ;,::s andfltgl ouml. 141 og surface ami i2i in th atampmlll dlvlaiona. At the Wolverine mine. ii(. ti,;m.- on at on da) ahowed that tSi men ware at wetki W4 underground, II on ur '" .""i M in i in- atampmlll depart ment, compared with total of in an ue peroneal before tha sink. ui called on .inly 8, As th.. Hgurea above asemlloned would Indicate, in.- bopeleaanea ..t longer remaining n a a) front work i gtadnall) appealing i thoae who laid town their toils oh Jul) A Mao the failure of the fader lion to .any uul Ms pmml a th,. realization that 4 he mines are nut t he taken ovaf ).. th Kovemmenl ami nlveg to the fadera 1 1. ai t.. n p rat la having its effect ,, th .strikers. During the lat fan w.eks cotag of Federation men ha.. turned in their union card at both mines ami retui n. .l (hair form, r poaltlona. : : 4 : .;. .;. .:. t LOCAL BREVITIES. ; 4- 4. . .j. ft- .;. .;. Copper country danilat have bean advised ..i th.- annual s'ate conven Hon to ba h. l.l in Dttroll April , Md 1 1 and nuiMy path in attend tbla bering, Mr. ad Mrs. Tlioin i Tr. varthen bav gaaa to I hampi-.n 10 ait. ml tha funeral of Mra, Ttoi arthen' mother, whose death oocurtad Monday. Th funeral will b held today, Mra, Tin. m is .Muslin, formerly of Calumet, now of Australia. ef( .s- lerday fat Ban Cmnclcco, en ronl home, following a long vlall with bat parent, Mi and Mrs. Chariea Batal lack of Qalumat. Mrs. Louia Am and daughter have on to Chicago, whei-o 1 hey will at lend ihe wedding Ihi week of Airs. .Nine's rarpbew, Chariea Barlow. Mr ami Mra, John I rant bav at rived homo from Winona, Minn, whet tha) have reld i.u- the paat two yeara. They llkiy will rum their reaidanc here, John T. Rowoi deputy state pur food Inapector ims gmt l Iron Moun tain ami other iron countr) point'-, on Imisiih ss 1 "apt. Th uiies Boataon and W I LTren have left for Dulutb, where the. will apend a shot, tint on buaine. 1 h . and Mis. j, 1 1 . Rhine have i.tt lor Chicago, n'herg they will visit, for a short I, in... Bupcrintendenl Crawford .t the Boat on public achool will speak at lb Salvation Army ball oa Thursday rvenlngf al 7 . 80 oclocfc. Jam Nnnkervl, formerly of Calu met. now of Dattotl. has arrived hem to itit with local friend. Mr. Nun katvia states licit conditlona are lm proving in Detroit, but have m.t t b one ni ii eiy normal. I'aiutnei lownahtp nacal year wM end March IS, ami the annual report -will he compiled and submitted at the annual meet Inn a haul March Th.. Inque into the di nil of tie l.i.- Hun. Thompson, son of K. R Thompson or LourtMm win he conduct. eii tin aft el i n l.y Coroner Willlart Flahet in ihe i.iuiium council cham bet Th. re win he ii social entertalnmen', "A Day in s. hooi ' in lb Calamel m ft church on Prlda) tveiibki. Mi i. Levin and datmhter have gntl lii Milwaukee o isll With frlenda, Mrs. ii : u hittier of Rlkhatt, Ind . is tlaitlng al tb home of Mr ami Mrs. M. I,. Arnold. Miss Doth Cirraiilagf ami Jobn fireenieaf nave art I v ad home from Manaau, u is., w here they have boon visiting friends, Mra . li. lioekin underwent a au i eaafal operation this aNethouil in In Calumet Public hospital. .1 W illianis of Iron' Mountain Is lb gUl of friends in CaHtmel f.. .1 hort lime. .1. C, Hansen is home from an 0g ii-mh-ii buslnsM isiftn all parts of ibo upper peninsula. a . blmni) tire in a resksenea n imyadakMMl atrr r las 1st urlpm. resulted ni 1 eaH for tb Lanrtnm fire gapsrt. men! 1,1st aVOalng There was in, mi ll Ue. HOT FIGHT FOR AHMEEK OFFICES Two Complete Tickets Are in the Field for Election ..wii.ie 111 th.- rooner country ba the Bjtag bn Bl ror a mole inter rstlng el... ll.. 11 than in the yillgg t' Vhmttk, ILaweenas county 1 aalj tU lag ami nowhere in the BOM of th s recent sink.- are the line oet weea tie' stiike Bympathlaera ami Cttlaena' aim snce mambar more sharply drawn. The annual Vilktg CgMOUg Which was ht-hi abeui ten day ago, reeull d in ii .- re nomination of the format ad minlat ration as candldata of tha Nomination ticket, practically all f th.- member being friendly to tb Western Federation of Mtnei aspect ajt an since the resignation of Pregl den I Maurice btanneil aeveral month ago, which was hrou'hi aboMl largely throuRh th- boat He attitada hi.i In compatlhlllt) of other prominent in the administration. And now others in the riling win. io nol favor the r aha lion of the old officer ami who feel iluu in their friendliness t.. ihe Pad (ration, the) have placed the village in an unfaverabi tight, are panning a bid to curry the election, a paucua was held yeeterda) at which a complet tk'ket was placed in the field, the Ta x payer.,' ticket, the name of tUll) one candidate nf which appears mi tie1 Nomination ticket. Maurlc Kenne'l, the Drat prestdeni of the village gajf wiio presided ov.-r Us destinies from tin- .late 1.1 oraanlaatlon until Hhortly ifier the Batik was called, has bpoil prevailed upon ti) ins menu to mail the opposition til l. el ami tbsr Is llttl doubt that ins caadtdaey ami the sup port whlck will le hroiiuht to the ti.k ei b) Others will make it a serious factor in the election, notwlthatandlng the reputed Btrengtk id Ihe Kvdemtloa support fur the Nominal ion ticket. Th.- iwo ticket that have been nom inated ale: Taxpayers 'Ticket. I'm Prealdenl Maurice Kennell, I 'm Trustee, two years John Km -ie. John Olds and Joseph Kestner. Kor Trustee. ..lie .i r John .v ittn. for 'h rh Tony Btrk. for Treasurer John Petbljl, for Ass. -sin William William Nomination X.cket. for Prealdenl Alfred Haddy. mil for Trustees, two years John 1 iun- Jiaeph Bubtss ami Joaepl t l. i hi 11 foi dm Band- Kb t k .1. a. Hamilton. Treaaurer Joseph lUeslch, Kill 1: j r.o ; 11. D I'if.fH tm all ensh $10,00 or more sale tin-, week i -nlumet. V credit purchase ol luring mir annlveraary (lately ntggin i'o. Advert I ment. . neellng of t he . g 11. high school BBeemoly liil. with iis rap ill;. rshlp, is becoming ope There was a 1 1 lee 1 lull iii 1 loom. This growing MM in1 of the f.U III III. (lip most musical ori:aniati 'M ' er countr . 81 Tho Watrh U.rt T S. V. I S LIIVI V. Calumet ALL KINDS ALL QUALITIES ALL PRICES and each wctch the best of its kind, whatever the kind. WARREN JEWELRY CO. 321 F.lth St.. Calumet. IV. THURTELL The OPTOMETRIST lias returned t" Calumai and h'. i.is ofnee in HERMAN BLOCK, Fifth Street. II. ..us I (.. r, ami 7 fl s p. m. Ryet thoroiiKhly and sclentlncall) examln ad, ;iiid Rlaaaea mad to in. All work guaranteed Telephone H67fti CLOSING OUT SALE OF HARD WARE AT CORD WOOD MORRISON ESTATE Regular Communication of Calumet Uodgt No, J7I f. AL- A. M Thursdax. March at 7 ;:n i.i'Cf.ii BALDWIN) w.M. THOB. AULRN. Bee, Edward Collins AMnoamca Mujaetf ;, MndUdnta for Hie olllce ..f Treasurer of Calmei T.)wnHhlp ami BOiWita the mm pp. .rt of his friends at the caUCUl and polls. r-on am - -nih') ios I IvlYU "ill. 'l.s 1 For Health I 'ivin Sport nothA I f Ulg can compare C with a brisk flk I I spin on the 7VJSJ V Ioe. i H I " a, - We have furnished co many homes complete during the past 25 years that our name as a HOME-MAKER is established all over the copper country. When n iyono thinks of furnishing a new hnme the first place they think of is the BLOY FURNITURE COMPANY. It is only natural that they should. Maich month of last year was one of the bignest outfit months we ever had. We want to beat th ll ord the; year. To do llor. wc are offering cpenal propositions in com plete furnishing outfits. Nearly everyone knows what Bloy'-j furniture is. If you don't, come in and let us show you Ihe diffeiitico between it and th ordin ary kind. IT LOOK f. BETTER, IS BETTER AND COSTS YOU LESS. Boy Furniture Qo. Fifth St. Calumet Playground Association Skating Party Colosseum Thursday, March 5th Fan:y skating aiiggml DBAVER BOARD I MB I aBS)'-?..a. x Armstrong-1 hieiman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK Ghidren's Dresses Gut, Fitted or Finished to Special Order. Stamped to Embroider. Orensten's 'A rt Xeedle Dept. i 1 , News Want Ads Bring Results pOR speed, durability safety and graceful nessof design no other skate equals the Barney& Berry None just as good. just now we have a com pleta stock to Belect from. KECKONEN HARDWARE CO. 7 Let Us Furnish Your New Home Phome 55 AT o'clock first two bands. All fancy skate, dially invited to take, part. No Cracks ever seen m walls and eedinus mad of BEAVER BOARD. Durab'e. beautiful, sanitary. Forty-one advan .ages. Crdl and see how it looks.