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THE CALUMET NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH If, 1914 LI I Silk Tone the Beautiful Is a fl. velvet .n uamt Ahich at k.?' SMSS, For all INTERIOR t is bett?r tuan kalsomme or smooth water oreot surface wh water "(n it becomes sc.lc-J. DOES NOT PEEL OR CRACK' PERFECTLY SANITARY' Comes n e ghteen beautifui color tones. Quarts 00c. Half-Gallons $1.03. Gallons $1.85. Get a Color Card today. Carlton Hardware Co. dOOflfTII ST. IT POTS OF GOLD A certain parentage of people seem bent on tak.ng a chance n the speculative t eld with the ' hard earned savings. THEY ARE LOOKING FOR THE POTS OF GOLD AT THE ENi) CF THE RAINBOW. F.:kc mm:ng schemes and illegitimate investments which promise i ncossiblc returns, ara but ihe creat on of rainbow painters. Ee-y common sense mjn or woman knaws that there is but one way to keep the.r savings intact and at the csme time working for them and thai is .. SAVINGS ACCOUNT. vVI WANT YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT AT THIS 3ANK. EVEN THOUGH YOUR FIRST DEPOSIT IS ONLY $1.00. FIRST NATIONAL Capital $100,300.00. OPEN EVFRY SATURDAY EVENING. PRESBYTERIAN BROTHERHOOD. OfRuefa Are El-cted at Annual Meet mg Held Last Evening. Th annual Base ting ni :iu PresbT- lsiHn Brothsrh i ..t the Oil time i Presbyterian ofettri i was hM . p ng at the haBBS 'I Mr. Mid Mix I '..i. .l . K rut is, eorfl r Fourth and Tamarack treats, Reports for I be year were presented showing tin :! 'its avss nssosenss)e ( State Savings Bank LALkll M. Statement of Condition, March 4, 1I4 P.t aOLRCES. Loans and Discounts Bonds, Mortgages and Sacjritics Banking House and Fixture; Other Real Est.ite Overdrafts Due firm Bans Cash or Hard Banksi s LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Su'oluJ Fund Undivided Profits, fNeti Due to Btnks Comn-ercial Deposits .... Savings Deposits Total Assssetettessasotsssasasttt 40 YEAKS IN BUSINKSS Merchants & Miners Bank CALUN'ET, MICHIGAN. . l Paid io 1f.0.C0O.O0 Su'pl .a and Und dad Profit 2b0.0OO.00 Uishility of St jckholdara 150.000.00 Irifl est Pa d on Tm-e Dspoaita LAN CPlTAL and SURPLUS o thia BANK and tnt I.ONQ EXPERIENCE of .ta OFFICERS in CONDUCTING the BUSINESS of BASKING ehould make it a SA PE DEPOSITORY for part of you. H 8 Charlee Briggs, Pras dent Psttr Ruops. Vies Prae't. Stapheo Paull, Caehisr. W b. Aodereon, V.oe Praat end Mgr. J. E. Shepard. Asa't Caih er. applied M easily anrf quickly WALL WORK wall paper, bacai.se 't j.. ch can be vvaihea with tm a sojp ard and I Alt Ml I BANK OF LAORIUM turpi ill and profits $40.CJ0.03 TWO DEATHS RE 3ORTE D Well Known Osceola Yeung Lady Succumbs After Long illnefs. The death cwcutred hurt pvenlna ni the bosna of her parent! In Osceola of (lullda BariL seventesu-year-oid daughter of Mr and Mrs, Joseph Barjl 11 was the reCUlt of a lOBM lllnSJ Willi Miuar dial' . nt t he dei ed brothi Thr t it. id. pai ill: Copper City G.rl Dead. .V . Ma t .v. ii, ;n rdaj ENGINEERS VS GWINN. OUND OVER FOB TRIAL. ind han Ir .! t. if h. .lillS. 1 1 S)M Mm ae)eaS) MICHIGAN A h 2 '2 ?; f 3.")00 00 2 8.236 3: j 1,124 K ( j &9.G32 12 i 100.000 00 100,000 oo ; 09 11 i i w ! Hf,7 070 90 COLLECTION OF MINERALS LOST Gift of John Merton to Wellesley Destroyed in Fire with tha destruction of College Kail, the Weltastsj collage d'Hrotttory thnt araa dsstroysd this week, involving; i Nmh of ll.MtvMti a valuable Mrilacttoi of Lake Bupsrlor tnd Waste ra minion ores, the donation of John Harton. of Calumet, vi4 deetroyed, 'i lit- loan of this aeael La muck rsavsttsd hi " Of the coliasjs M tha Cotiectioa wan n -rgnrdad m aecond onlj to tan axtaneive i ollectlea ait Harvard I n-k-The taah at collecting ike ansoiaasaa I rnraiinli1 in.. . .. ..ii..-. Nlecimena "f practlcall) ever) known mineral formation i" ba found in tha western and lak. ftopsrior mining dts ". in aere included in iho . out ribu - I who were in the ball Nli-n the Bra j w is discovered ansa Miss Helen .ii-r-I ton. the daughter of Mrs. Jaraea lier 1 1 .ii. wiiii bare! aufBciaat time ta I escape, mi Marten aaa una bis ta asva snj persona I streets. During lbs 1 time the college is clossd Misa Marten win visit in New fork city. ther opper coantr) atudaota at W alej ine the MisseH Marion intslds, Alice Wisher and Marie iui- Miii. ,m ni Minimum), ami .Ulax 1 i.nii is Ouck ( Caiumat, ENTERTAIN FRIDAY. Ilimbsth Rebekahs Arrange Prograrr fen the Odd Fellows' Hall. Tiie members 't BMaabeth rtoheksh N'f. II, I. . . I", have arranis - 'i i aplcBdid prearam t" be isndarid In the Calomel Odd PsHows' ball m y rldaj rvenintr, it waa announced last e.'iiiiin iba catberina nrottld he beM lot i.it, out tins is Inanarret t. EMday heini the evening dealamated. Tha hiiiien have made eiahorats prepara tiona for tbla snUnrtainmenl and an Lielpata a lare attendance, There will be a nominal admission chnrsjea also sin. ill charge ror tea rrnam. eake and . ntYe,' a'htch will be aerved during the ening, The foiloarlng program baa been pr pared: Piano si. in Miss- Lillian Eastman, Duel Mrs, Edgar Harrla and Percy l fedwell. Recitation Mrs. Thomas Pntklng- home. hona Missis Champion, Dialog ui The Doamfall of Petei quiU." Mann duet- Pupils "t Miss Daht, BecitatiaR Mlaa Leaii Vivian. i its. Bdgar M inis and Percy i 'udwefl I'''.' Ion Foalah h 1 1 per. i ''i! 1 1 1 I ,!, , l I) s. tkh . Miss Linus ESaetman, INOUEST IS CONDUCTED. Accident. ! Dath Verdict of Jury Call ed hy Coroner Fisher. The e. r.itterH jury composed of Kd arin W N'orthy, Pntrick Weiah, l're; liebeau, John Rrevlk, Fohn ii. Rennet 1 . 1 1 t nrilliam Uren yesterday held an inqgeal In tin- . - H. honpitsl to aa certain ill" cause f the death of Alex Kuvach win h aaa reported last even A verdit i "t ai cldental death araa 1 1 urned Probably the naost Important witness i- .in n I'lirto, foreman of the I irty with whonn Kovack avna work ing in the Tist level ni' the m. 7 shaft He testified that in- and hla men had been engaged in barring down loose ground and that he vent to Invest! I i.- what work remained to ho done, advising Kovnck t" remain g here he w.'ib, on' of danger, While t'urto area i-nggged in looking ovef the remain Ins hanging Kovnck wandered aaray a i. w siij.s and canae directly beneath the loose rock which f-n on him, i'nualng almosi Inatani death. .r. ii. Mills has been a treat ed in Houston, Texas, act used of committing a murder 12 years io in Geneva, IN ALL the history fo brewing since the days of Tacitus, the Roman historian, who first men tioned BEER at an accomplish ment of the German Women, down to the present date. BEER has always been considered one of the most healthful drinks on account of its purity. Shall wa deliver a case 'o your home today? SCHEUERMAN BREWERY Hancock, Calumet. South R.inri. Michigan. IV. THURTELL The OPTOMETRIST rot III I 1 .1111' ml hi .11. HIRMAN BLOCK. Fifth Street. II. .urn ! I and 7 In ri at. Bgag exsmla - , ilioioiu-hl ami lootili. , HaaaW Ml Unlk I . M K iiarantar .fa BUSINESS CHANiit Empty Buddings m Red Jacket Rapi I ly Filling Up This Spring. An Indication "t the improved inni- nt'SH iwadltlaaMI In this .. nmi in t he fact that astragal ajataa ami businssa imiUiiiiKs iii it-i jgaskst, "huh have been tsoantlssa fsg sevsral asoatha ba We. ii letiMerl ui. II l,- neetiliiej tins sluing b) peegsansni baalnsaa pbM eS The Murphy bu lading, rorner Oak ami Klfth street, formeiiv nci'tipled by Deekei Bras bag basn leased b) Qari in r ami I -"it-lil of HggjCOCk, Rsshofaky ami Ym bnva leased the building termerl) esonpieil uj tha Ps ple'a dopartmani sture and kHsgtad ad North 1'itth gnd abntilj will upen gent'i lurniablnga aaapartnteni thsrs, Charlsa Qekaa has ie:is. ,i the Gllbett building, formerly aoegpied U) th. Ragle lrut; atora and will occup) it In the aaatr future. The Loch bulldlngi formerly oceu pled by the i'm.-ier Nesri atand has been leaned ia the paopte'a rmi ram pnay and will i ecupied April I. HITCH YOUR LETTER TO PARCEL POST PACKAGE ORDER PROVIDES FOR DELIVERY OF MESSAGE AND MERCHAN DISE AT SAME TIME. To add to the popttlarit) Ol the par eel post. I'ostmaster ciearral imrh - son his sinned an unlet- whkli will peimll the attaching ol ;i letter to ;i package arhea bath bear their re ape I n e iiit, s of postal and are addressed in the aaasa Individual aaya a Wltah Ington diipatt h . The communication with i packs ga heretofore has missible. Postal ofAV lata points l tending oi parcel p mt aaen per- uit today thai t is often of the utaacei laaportance that the sender of an gfttda Ol aser chandtaa write ;i letter conosrning i'. and that, in ordst to gvoM delay and facilitate the iraaaartlon of bualnsss, it is highly asetrehfc thai tin- parcelo and conununicationa be delivered ;it the aaflBC time. It wus with this in mind that today's older wan issued.- Thr letter is not to he enclosed iii i lie package hut is to In- tied or oth erwise facurely fast awed to the out side. a) : 4 LOCAL BREVITIES. 4a a4) The funeral of the late Brick Vu- aard, whose di aih oc urred Tueatlny at hla homt on a fin in near Osceoltt will h.' held Prlday aftemoon with aervicea al the Finnish Apoatollc rhttn ii ot pine atreef. Albert Trevartheh, n-Ho baa been lo i ate. I in I lint for soni" time, has re turned to ulumel to reauntc ins reap dence. it ,m;,i Alis Herherl Sampson hue gone to iSscanabfl railed there because of the illness ol le S nil Soil, foi me! ly ( Calumet. Mis-. Maltha lsoii hiis itluiniil : '.-iium. -i from Portlands! oic. arhera he boa mads her home for the past three years, iis William Hock is has ssrtBclent h recovered from an opomtian m tie. Calumet Public hospital to he removed to her home. Mr. i,ui Mrs. Harvey Rohenna who have heen located in Land tor the past three years, arrived beta today to re Mime their residence. a daughter has arrived at the home if Air and Mrs Oldaog NetgBl ot 'al nmet. Airs Charles lOclntyre arlll itio tins afternoon or Chicago, when- she will .-Iiind a short time on husitiess. Albert Hail and h. .i. Vivian are apending a short time in iron River on business, A sin hits Iteeti horn to Mr. and Mrs. loseph Savor ot 1003 Calumet avenue, I kM n I" Air. find Mrs. Anton IV l!o- aetch ot pct Oak atretrL a on. .1. It. Mi Arthur of MuakegOfti is a bualneaa isiior nmoni Calumet frienda. SKATING PARTY TONIGHT. Tha .In FYaullon club of Calumsi ims arrangsd tot a akatlna snd dant-inH part) to hs candttctsd this svsnlna in tin- Cotosaanss. Tha C, x H, band has bssn angagnd to rsader mitMir snd has arrangad a .-r attraetlva pro gran. This is tha Aral evsnt of iis kind ghren bf the 1 1 rrsulicii club, and it Is SXpSCted II will DS a iv plaasanl ii la also anonuncsd thiH HkatiiiK part) Mrlil ba the last lor tha i a ann at the Cntonssum, APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED. Ward baa besg received in HaluaAt I ta ii"- i it- i President Wilson's aomi! natinna t' rhrlstaphar Lahntej to to j paatmaater si Laarlum and B. J iu'-.-to ba poattnaster al Rnushton have 1 ii on firmed by tbs Htnsts, Both ap- pointeca probably aU quallfj in thai rteai Future and tahe up ihefr new du-j tb . i MACCHI CASE ADJOURNED. The case of Charlsa ataceht, eharged .litnlnal I that l.v Alii-ha.i Rami Mrs i pssterda) adjourssnl by Just; . r" 1 '. sfarhota bocausa of tha shssnps -f i ba sttornsya for Maocht, Man hi ra I barged v Ith resimnaibllit) for pub liratlon in the Miners' Bulletin of nr tii km an Id tn be dsfgiwatori There alll be ent srtainwtsii I uivo-. by RHaahsth nsbshah ksdSM) Ho, 8 al t'alnasH Odd Vriam4 hail, aver th usa Hiss Mm Rtasss rilaaf. Marrli d Aaaaiasersa ta aartertalnniint, adalta pi.-, ehlidran ;. AAsr mtirialnajii ail rsfrsshasenta nrlM hs served, let Praam M.nd '.(" Its, i t t'ofl., .ii.l In t Ke (.'reaiii 5c. Advertisement. I't PREPARING TO GROW POTATOES Osceola Boy Scouts Secure Mon ey to Rent and Fence Land Reports hive last heen received by tin Osceola ito Rcouta arhicb ahon thiit tin- litotes da of tha recent enter lalnment, 'The Ldle Heroins of lha Rsvolutlon;M f;u anoaadad then rkps - tattooa and together with the hiilan ' remaining In the tgaasun of the nr kaniautioti. win smh lent to me t the rani for the little garden plot leas ed from the nsceoia Mining company b) this organisation, also t" fenca it hits been decided to do tins work as soon as the araather permits, then l gave the hind ptoarad and prepared tor cultivation. Tha boya arera so aucceasful in their experlmenta ;is potato growers hssl vear thai the) win raise the name kind of a trop tins m;ii-. plant ins ahoul tv. i acre oi tin- sir Walter Raleigh varie ty. The membership of tin- aoogt troop, which is an outgrowth of the antWt Igarstte club, is now about tw"i tyfive making it posalbla for the hoys to cultivate ;i much latrger area than las season. The experience gained will also h- lul lid and better results aii looked for Last fall the ho s- sold their entire arep of potatoes i.. the Houghton County Agricultural society, to be used :.s seed, obtainfha a pries ronaiderabla higher than thai the mora oosnmon .iiietj.-s srere bringing in tha market, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. Calumet Council Will Make Tn,i to Huboell Scnd.',y Evening. Tin- membera ol Calumet Council Kuighta of 'oininiuis luivo RMsda af range menti to Journe) in apsclal atreaf cars Btinda) avsnlng, to intend sarv k os in si. Ceceila'a Catholh church. RSV. Pi'. X. in tin I til. ill, pasim o! St. Cecelia' hurch is th" council's chap tain, iitiii tin- kiiiuiits bava arranged the Hub be 11 trip to make mamiest to urn tin ii appreciation of his sfforta In behalf of their organigatlon. The members of Calumet council wUJ leave on apsclal at reel can at ;!" o'clock and arlll return on aperlal can Immediately after tha concluaton of tha Once Upon a Time There was an alarm clock vho want ad to get op in tins aric!. So ha had htmsi-lf fitted itn a regular watch : ..c.Tpemertt, .1 lightrunninfl motor, two st-ler- tive alarm calls, ,ind large esy winding keys. Then, as they could BSS h i in i:t the don morning light, lie order ed himself u c,reat b 3 dial snd bold alssn-eut lianas. When hs w.is de.id sure hs could make a clean sweep ! e hung out his shingle and b;d fo' buainaaa, Sometime, when you're down town, we wish you'd come into the store and meet him. We can vouch ho does everything he cays. He will come to Ou Anywhere. prepaid) upon racalpl of $2.50. WARREN JEWELRY GO. 321 Fifth St. SKATING &, DANCING PARTY PALESTRA Frirlay Eve, March Oth n i. ill rut LAURiUM BAND. w i i i prolv JOSEPH HEAT ON SR, CANDIDATE FOR TREASURER CALUMET TOWNSHIP tes)cctfully solicits your vote end support. William J. Pascoe om hinvi. It tor i ho . TREASURl R nf- Calurnet Towrislop i tfully Miii. ii-. , ,.,11 auptMSft, rote .i mi ARTHUR L.KEED CANDIDATE FOR TREASURER of CALUMET TOWNSHIP Respectfully solicits your vote and support. , L.iii irici. wm , I,. VL m It udoStfopi?mR VHK OMLV HIO AMD AUTOMATIC ATaorac comiiiiiu in oni iac(. dMMSIJK. awu UNtaun KECKONEN HARDWARE COMPANY Skating AT t I Colosseum t Thurs. Eve, March 1 9 GIVEN Ja Fraulick Club This will be Ihe kist Skating Pjfy of Ihe season at the Collosseum. We Keep an Eye on OiirlumbcrSupply Wo buy directly fr.- -. te best sourrcs of supply v.c get th? ; of the bett. You grt the pick of the test lumbi-i v;hen you buy here. Do you want lumber fw presi nt ose cr futuro delivery" You II do b st to Blaas your ord.T now (or e tler. Get our prr.es anr! comr-.irr throi ciso ccrr.j.tre thr I'.imt i i Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL. CALUMET Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in oil kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD YARDS COPPER Phono CALUMET Pnone 7. TheJJxpectcd Always Happens Don't wait for your oropeity to he destroyed by fire before taU. out insurance. Be on f c safe cie. Our policies cover any and losses f. om damage by fire. C !l on ua and we will explain. S. C. CHYNOWETB INSURANCE AGENCY SUCCESSOR TO SCHNELLER & LAWRENCE CALUMET, MICHIGAN DR. STOEL OSTEOPATHIST TUESDAY & FRIDAY Orenstein Hlk. Phone 999 CLOSING OUT SALE WARE AT OF HARD 4'-' S . J . y A Common Sense Self Stropping Safety Razor Renew sharp edge " each shave and makea YOU, without previous experience, at expert ag a good Barber :: :: Not unscrewed or taken apart to strop or clean. You shave with, sharpen snd clean it so quickly that sharing becomes a pleasure instead oi a tatlt. The Complete Outfit, $5 (Worth at least double) Stropping Safety Razor Tweivo Certified Blades One First Quality Horsehida Strep. All in Handsome Leather Caas MOTE ! One AutoSirop blade Is alwiys krpt properly sharp aiui outlasts dozens ol the " no stropping kutd dial you must duos away when dull, Party s TMf i BV THI: t HANCOCK J AT CITY 36. HANCOCK Phone 122. N. R. BIANCHI WHOLESALE LIQUOR PE ALE R Our spec alty Coppt Quean hia'' rs da whiskey. CAt UMET. MICH. Phono B4J 612 Oak St. DK. 0. H. SOKSEN DENTIST. Calunet Over Metropolitan Phar macy Oak St., Phone 503-M Office hours 9-12; 1:30-5 p. m 1 "T;1?" JV' TRY A NEWS WANT AD.