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TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914.
PAGE EIGHT THE CALUMET NEWS House Cleaning L . . ia. :..,gest THINGS ou should have from CARLTON'S JEWEL WALL PAPER CLEAN EH Oejn tnt paper and HWaa no streaHS. ML RE oO In fell T nts SILK TOM The Baut ful ' A flat pmt for wall and mtsr.or work. LIQUID GRANITE Th floor tarnish that does not chow heel marks. CHINAMEL iA Varn.ah stam Mikti everth ng look lika new FLOOR d INTERiOR KOTE A pa nt for floor and ali interior work. Dries over night with a high gloss. BRLSHES A k egg). From a 5c Pant Brush to a Kaliomina Brush at $6 00. Housedeanmg Headquarters. CARLTON HARDWARE GO. 400 FIFTH ST. ( AILMET NOMINEE TICKET VOTERS ACT ON MAY LAND NEXT IS EASY WINNER SCHOOL PROJECT BIG CONCLAVE Socialists Carry But One of Thir- $75,000 High School Plant Pro- Encouragement Is Received From teen Calumet Precincts posed for Dollar Bay High Official in the Order r. A Savings Account is the First step on the Road to Wenlth It is a ssfs way to accum date your savings and the interest sc pay s Sliced to Ou- depcs.ts t.v cs each year. Some ,nhSr t riches but the foundation of every fortune. I.irrje or smal . is based on hard work and thrift, and the abinty to save money. AS SMALL AN AMOUNT AS S.OO WILL START VOLR SAV INGS A COOL NT AT THIS BANK. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURIUM Capital $:00. 000.00. Surplus and profits J42.50C 00 CPEN EVERY SATLRDAY EVENING. F. H. LANTZ 5 CO. THE MARKET PLACE SPECIAL WILL CONDUCT SPECiAL SALE ON WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF THil, WEEK ON CANNED GOODS TO REDUCE STOCK. Socialists and the Western FYditi- I Hon of Miner ere cmplrteh routed in the t aiunirt I. unship election yee i. rilay, the yomtined ite f that fjt MM Being less than thirt -three j rnt of that BBttedfdf Us BOIttlneUoa ticket. It umn in the latM't prts. Incta that the 8Kialit" margin of defeat Rl BTenJeut, In inly one peifheCt, Nil. II, i'oppcr '!!. did the oCiUtU lection show any Material strength and hNtr t had leen vi.tKrdtd all through the campaign. W.th a thousand s than rdlmtrily cast In a township election. the ti minati.i!i ticket VJNM in every in. tone, frt-m euporvlOOf t.i ,Mnstat). and the maTit was overwhelming. P.-r supervisor. James Ma Naunhn.n received a total of 1. .r35 votes against ?.' iir Walter Toiijiin. the Bocletktt V'd)-!.i': n candidate )'.'. rge Martin, the numn.itiT. . aiidi.lutf ran ahead "f the ticket by recetVkM :'.C3ii votes against zanuh. BOCieliet The vote for treair.it el . which was won liy William J Paacoe over four other candidate claerijf indicates the - " Rgth of the HOml ttOB ticket, as Ih)' nonili.ee received 1. H Note M ' M M4J cist for all ol the four opp ante. Fur rommlaoionw of high i- Chnrlea IsBKfoCd decisively de feated Michael 11. she, the Sox iulist . andida'.e. b) a vi.tr of :'.37 tn an 1 JutM Huinll MU elected overseer of ttieharayi a vm.- of I.4M, John Huh- t.;. the . ai.-t i .null. Lite receiving " ind PYed Morgan, Independent. MS. W II Pan ft t. for noaVbCT of the of review. rocoHrvd !LtM rotM I for Henry Flislt. Soeia- ust. Wot justice .i th' poaco, Charira i Jui kola wi n ha ridllj Joe WalsMW, lidotas i )!. i use 4 J I n, Indppondont, M2. KVr i on.statii) s Tboouu J Curtia, ): . WBltMM, Joaoph Trudel) and John Hi nt were elected, by a wide sjajsTSin ovor tin- Mucin list and Independent caadldaUoa while Jooloh Rood waa elected pouwdmartf by an overwhelm ! n majority. The ote by preetoeta for upeirloo. , treeeuitr sad Juatlce ol the ". :.s as foHWi SUPERVISOR. The proH"al by he s.e..la ton sh:i x h)l iHird to raise the sum l Ti.Mf t te used iii bttUdtrai an.l epiipplna a new bhhi orhaol BMlldlM for Dealer Hay. ia liein o.nsidere.l b l).,- .pialttled oters in s.(..la town ship at a special ile.Mwn I. el. I in Pre .nut No 3. Tamar.uk this ailerni mi end eveedM. The p.. II is open from " to T o'rlorh. There will )) a npe lal tram )er the Minerul KariKe. MWrlM Potior l-' ' O'dOCh this evening aiul aiTiViSfl here .it : to ion voters ..f the Dotter Kiy distriit t- I'alnmet. so that tkef may txpresM tbocnaelvea on ibis meea re, S)erai hnniii. .1 rotate plan ' sea hi the trip show that eominunl- s interest in and support for the project WToWHei M WeH as men may .ast their beJioti in this ele. tioii. provided that they beva the uuellllcavtiona of lUMMhlp and are tax peyera thia be ln the rase With all BCnOOl ISH'tlOnS where th.- qjuoetkMi of relelBf money is involved. Th plan to erei t a new hiuh Chool n Poller Riy bea a under conoid ration in s. eola township for eVOrel nuntba, but efflclei m tion was defer red until the present time owing to tli nt strike. Continued Pron- Tirst Page. ptar mm be rtpai l ail to attend and fully I Isel many Iodise It is proposi I tli.it the :m he made l Hteiimer from i.'ir.)it to Pnptajsj i.tike. the ti.mt re mnintasi t dock in Hiniiliiiiw eniil I be raoohsalun of the eonclnve. Th tour hundred KnUthta Templar m the rapper rawMty stand rend t" ma. tin- ftlMtloe the btaTSCOl that tins ever 'veen -eld in the sta'e. The atleiul- ence of from IM to IM Kuixhts from Other ports of the peninsula tan also bo depend a4 upon. The pi iitjrom rhieh Nm been ermne ad for the lifty-eiKhth sjtnnd eonclnve in lainelnsT. June :. and 4. has just been received here end bomm n an cellenl me, providing the maximum 4 etiteitaitiment and pli'iMiirahle nath- erins wltbonl Interfering with the husiness si-nsions. Ammu the leatures ill bi M illum- I noted perede ol ell rananMUMeriee, et t'ortlng the imrki coirMrannder, his r4nff end gneeta to the Masonic tempk Wbeie the annual recepfl&U and man 'all will he held. During the jiarad JAP-A-LAC gives new life ano lustre to old ta bles, chairs furni ture and picture frames. It is the ideal finish for floors, interior woodwork, bath rooms, sash and sills. THIRTEEN DIFFERENT COLO RS 100 USES 80 CENTS A QUART CAN. All the best and most widely advertised goods are ulwavs to be found at this store and at prices to please every purse. KECKONEN HARWARE CO. FIFTH ST. CALUMET w Ith th)' i vote of fsocielia IVe.l A I 't ec in t ACCIDFNTS WILL HAPPEN It's too lats to insure after Ou hv been mujred, and accidents art happening all around you every day. Accident insurance costs but little and gees a long wa, when it is netded. Think it over. S. C. CHYNOWETH INSURANCE AGENCY SUCCESSOR TO SCHNELLER & LAWRENCE CALUMET, MICHIGAN ivs IT.'i l PS 237 J 1 1 i:j I'M 1'OJ IKS II 41 r.rt "i0 71 U'7 II 7 J r, si Precinct. ee)eeeone-ne CLERK. 5 1 3 v. State Savings Bank LAURIUM. MICHIGAN Statement of Condition, March 4, 1Q14 RESOURCES. Loan, and Discounts 646,028 94 r,t.,, irrorijagtn a'icl secj r.ties BanUmg House ?na Fixtures Other Real Estats Overdraws Du frrm Ban ard Banker Cash on Hand 192,612 34 37.500 00 8,236 36 1,124 8f. 193.659 23 59.632 ?2 Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Su'o let Fund Undivided Profits, (Net) Due to Banka Corrmrc DeOOIi'S ftevinft Depot tt $467,070 90 . 433,614 03 Total $1,138,793 81 .$ 100.000 00 100.000 00 33,739 10 4,369 V, 900.684 93 $1,138,793 84 1 307 3 191 3 182 4 17 I 240 223 7 1S 104 IN 1 1 in 34 "'i 1 1 M l4 41 :.4 ' " 7R ':I0 TREASURER. I'n 1 i in 1 4t,eee4a 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET, MICHIGAN. Capital Paid In Surplus and Undivided Profit. Liability of Btookholdere . I150.000.0fl . 250,000.0f . 150,000.08 Interest Paid on Time Deposit Th, LARGE CAPITAL end SURPLUS of this BANK and the LONQ EXPERIENCE of ,t OFFICERS .n CONDUCTING the BUSINESS of BANKING should make rl a SAFE DEPOSITORY for part of your 1 Charles Briyya, Prss dant Hetsr Ruppo. Vic Pres't. Stephen Paull, Cashisr W. B. Anderson. V.oe Pr- end Mgr. J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cash . Tot. 1 1 J . 1 III H m 22 in is i; Id Ifi4 . 170 1 M 11 no 1 r.R .-.7 171 '.!3 1 1 1 ;o 122 in I HI II 23 IS 2S r.o 1 1 I ! LOCAL BREVITIES. :' 4.4-5--- . T. W ills of f'.winn la ii buelnees 1 tor among Calomel friendd for .1 Itort tint)'. ;. KordetroM of M ilweukea 'n t'alomei on bualneea for few dnya, s. I'. Lochi proprietor nt tne Central Hotel bee arrived borne from i - -. t -rick, Iowa, arbor in- was called be rnuee of the dentB nt iiis (bttner. A ten srea born Mud nook to Mr. :i ni lire. M, .l. Morrison ot CnlllOH t a ne. Joeepta M Cowle) entertained per ty corudetim ol offlcera end mewbern of I be Celutnel BSraBineera at his borne ill Red .laeKei last evening The Beth- orim ir" ad delightful one. Mr. end Mtn. Beth Qreni end sen viiiiiini have renamed their reeldence In Celumet after hnvini been loceted in Detroit. The funeral of the bite F October Wein 'la ome held (hla mornlnc nlth services from the reeidenrr on Seventh streei and toternietti la the Lnhe View . emote ry, larnea Dnronottl ii Ooceola has itmio to Merquette t.i nmke his borne. Horace Dnwe, fnrtnerly of Oeceole, soer an aged la stethodlal evengoila tii work, win ret ark to bla bonta in itonw 1 tins Mroeh after npendtna fi v ilav with local friends. .r. a. Sharon of st. Paul, repraoant Ink t ho Bod line, is a isitir ammi : Calomel ffienda, Pnnl Leroon and v.ii. Opinnd left yea terday for lltheefrkeat when- the will visit w ith 11 iends. it was Ineorrectly announced btal evening Ifbsa Kiia Croerl) had return ed i" the Merquette Normal to reonme her itudten Miss Crsrejley rompleted h r work at the Nofanl before the re eeni siitinn vncntton, reoelvlng a life eertincnte, she will feenein her... Oenernl Manager w. w. Walker if the smith Shore road arrived In the copper country tins afternoon from Dliluth, on a brief Limitless visit. Charlaa Hoekin of Ooooula, arho ban been vtatttag nith frkirati in Cornwall I for the past several mniiths. arrived I bert today t.. reouma his residence, lino ni , march i with alectri - tin' Btrei ts .iluiiL- the v ill h brilliantly liuht Ity and coloret) llghte. The Brund pored on Wladneeday win be reviewed by the R. B, grand com mender nnd eteff and Verj Bkeinenl sir Jehetl " Chambeiielni Brand eep. tain fenernJ of the frnnd ancanspmenl and pereohel repreeantativa of IBB mami maater The xhiim km dfttta iy the various ciimrnonderiea win he held immediately after the irnnd pn 'ilde. In addition to thaee fnnctlone, there will be the Hsu;. 1 sight Boeing trips nnd other pieneurenbla (ntheringa which win make the cnnelave noiable from a aocksl standpoint Offn-ers nre Elected. At the lasi restulnr meeting of Mont rone Commandery, Knlghta Tempter, the following offioere arere cheswn for the enaulga year: Commander Albert H, Fleeter, Qonernllanlmo Jeaaph ic. Blecomhn fe plain Qeneml Oeenr W, Bruna. Be 1 Warden AJherl Ii. Tucker. Junior Watdi-n- Samuel Jnaooe. PrelateWilliam M. ilatris. TrenanrerJaajiee T, PlBher. Recorder James K. Standard Dearer -J wet h. Sword Denrei Wnrder A Ion The newly -i Inatnfled a( the day, April 17. Flaiier, dm p Pred K.-rd. 1 Ni- holas. ted nfflcen rcRtilar mc 'hi in In Our Clothes, Style Is Not Thrown In It's Sewn In LAP-DASH methods do not enter into the making of our clothes. The tailors who n-.nkc them are clever and capable men who have become wonderfully expert at sowing, finish ing .iiid styling. In Collegian Clothes the shoulders are perfectly moulded, the lapels are graceful, the drape anil shape are strictly m accord with your most crit ical desires . Let us sell you your clothes this Spr.nj. HOCKING CLOTHING STORE FIFTH STREET, CALUMET, MICH. will iiiK bo Yi- WE ARE- FOR KEWEENAW FAIR. The directors and BsQmblH of the Keweenaw Agricultural association will meet In Mohawk tomoiinw after noon at 5:40 o'clock to consider plans for the association's annual fair, to he held in th.- OksCiedOm next S. ptemher It is planned to malm this Ian one of Ike bsggeel in the history of the opper peninsula and iiiparations will I,.. started at one with that end in view. Manufacturing Jewelers We can make, to your special order, any piece of jewelry you may mis!i for, cut and polish agates, repair all kinds of jewel ry, spectacles and eyeglasses, and can replace any lens, regardless of where you got it. Artistic En graving also done here. All work ready within 2 or 3 days. WARREN JEWELRY CO. 321 Fifth St., Calumet. L ) EVERLASTIC RUBBKR ROOFING A stro.ir , serviceable roo'ing for all building! having a roof surface of sufficient Blent to ahjBd water. We vculd be pfeaaea1 to tcl! you all about EverteatiC Roofing, quote prices, etc. ARMSTRONG -THIELMAN LBR, CO, I IUB3ELL. CALUMET. HANCOCK. ELKS' NOTICE Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD CALUMET Pnono 7. VARDS AT COPPER CITY Pnone 36. HANCOCK Phone 122. CARD ' 'f THANKS I desire to thank the delegates to the Celumet Townahip Convention for nominotlna mm and the rwteri ot th. lownahtp for electing asa to the office 1. 1 iivftwir of Mkh'vavs yesterday .1: the poUl .My Ii, si attention and care win be given the dntlaa of tl Aoe i .nxt 1:. 1:1 RJU14L Advert is) mi nt ; 1 1 a v . R. W.-ll.. s- ivenlns;, April Bth. Inetallath n of Hflcera, Let Be att ndnm r deeired. JAS. T. FISHER, E. R. FRANK DISTEL, JR., Sec'y. AUERTISERS GET RESULTS IN THE CALUMET NEWS. T.dfiN L'tr. 31 :i7 9." 9 3ti 0 4." :;ns U36 40!t Ml OF THE PEACE, c $4 Si; r 3 I a . I i 1! V 1 IN if, It 177 I.' f 162 I M ir. -J4 ir. M "-! c; 1 IM Bf Ml M :i N 10 r7 2: r 1 7 1 1 271 M M 274 M M III 4:: :-i 24 4M 3-: 24f.5 4:'7 402 ''amden. N .1. may order all electric Our Mutual Girl IS COMING TO THE- Crown Theater Friday and Saturday MATINEE AND EVENING Tuesday April 7th. Spring Opening Art JVeedle Department BIGGER THAN EVER. ART LINENS, CRASHES AND DRESS MATERIALS BY THE YARD. OAS. O RENSTE IN wires underground. lifr r: mwmm MMBWBMIIsltaiiiiieaaaaise