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THE CALUMET NEWS
MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1914.
Strength, Beauty
and Perfection
ARE EXPRESSED
DRON BICYCLES.
IN EVERY LINE OF OUR NEW 1914 GEN
EACH PART OF THE CENDRON
COMPLETE WHEEL.
IS AS PERFECT AS THE
YOU NOTE THE PERFECTION AS SOON AS YOU SEE OUR
NEW GEN DRON WITH ITS LONG COMFORTABLE FRAME. EASY
SADDLE AND NEW HANDLE BARS. THERE IS A FEELING
SATISFACTION TO KNOW YOU ARE RIDING A GENDRON.
OF
THE CF.NPRON WITH AuL ITS QUALITY COSTS NO MORE
THAN OTHER WSEELS.
PRICED WITH COASTER BREAK FROM $25 UP.
WHEELS BUILT TO ORDER, COME AND SEE THEM.
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
:
PLAN TO START r "JT "-'ANTI-SOCIALIST (
LEAGUE GAINING
Many Strikers Apply for Admis
sion at Meeting Here
MODERN DAIRY
Herd of Fine Jersey Cows to Be
Shipped Here Soon
401) f IF Tfl ST.
All Mf T
F. H. LANTZ & CO.
THE MARKET PLACE
SPECIAL
For 3 Days only. Canned Fruit RICHLIEU
BRAND Combination Deal.
1
LECTURE BY DR. FISCHER.
Illustrated Talk on 'The Story of Life'
For Cjlumet Girls.
Tin- ladies HWWWtrf in the Caln
im i Girls' itf. have arranged r..r
illustrated lecture r .- hei
Quincy, to : del vered In the bsctui
""in .1 the ' ii"!ri't V. .M. C. A. un
der the auspices the club Tsea-
1 - sell . ax hix thane,
st. rj nf lib ." . choice ooUsk -
a tin fa mi i m i ii..s hson o-
t ut
tlltl
great i
The
th tub aad thoir
.1 Li be srsai m at this
' re ix of such a
nnot fall t hv'ot in-
Bell
0
System
n answering telephone calls
give the firm or individual
name, the name of the person
speaking and the name of the
department.
Definite information of this
character saves several questions
and so saves time.
ll you have not the information re
quested oi you, do nor make the tele
phone caller wait, but arrange to call
him back in a few minutes. This
leaves the line open for other talis.
Michigan Mate Telephone Company
M.
hanky, Manner
I ;k-phone o(J0
l'lu i . I i t initi v :s Km.ii to cat u
sjsothajr dairy, an sot lishnu-nt whi
will ' taoroucnljr modern hi aVef)
.! t.ul. rharl. s Salotti ami John Has -
pardo .ire tka behind this enter
prise, ami tin- 'alter i 50W in St. I'aul.
Minn, eaere he will essef i herd
twentv of mi't'i' rnvy .own whkh w.il
!. xhipi eil t.. th' copper country at
i.lii'i'. I'mh inu W'll !. . v.iii. iii.l
. i ti i iP.ir before it i aocspted gjgal
will geareatead i !) fras from
taint.
VI t-ssr Salot 1 1 ,i . ,i i ia!)Mi do ha
mvurcp a trait of land adjoining the
Koufhtoa to Pahtiat county road, uml
tltliattd about MM and otic-half mil
'his siil.. of BoetOO loi-ntion for tha
ilmry. The land Includes I splendid
paatuia frwad and m agfalsiiil site
for the dairy bsdldhtfe, the erection of
which will ! conmieiii ! at once. It is
planned ta hava the plant m opera
tion by June I,
A iptfftll feature will he nuule of
the il. livery of the milk ami tSMB
I Th milk wagon will ' SQUiBfMsd with
all appliances for kecrinir the milk in
a clean condition ami will have a ser-
- 4 Mi.ks, ..it the sides of which will
t . Mat! to Keep it cool. i tilier
I recatitioris ej a saiw. iry nature will
lalao taken.
awri aaiotti and Gaapardo hava
ha4 exp ri.-nce In this liiit. and tin
' Uy will make the venture a
u sea.
OFFICERS INVESTIGATING
REPORTED HOLD-OP HERE
MANY ARRESTS MADE ON DISOR
DERLY CHARGES THROUGH
THE DISTRICT.
Police offlcen are today laveatlfjat
i; aii alleged hold-lip whb'h is
aid to haVv aaciirad in the alley
i-t of Ptftfl street, between oak ami
iii. early last evening. The holl-tip
iraa raopvi d to the Bhjhtwatehmafl
by an Armenian, who .laiuis he araui
paaaing through the alley when he was
H '( o 'I li- three men who overpower
e.l him ami relieved bun of the sum
.f twenty dollara. Bo far, today, thara
; teen no arrests, lut the aaVew
,;'e.- the, hava InfurmaUoa which
ill lead t., tha arret of the Kuilty
I .if tics.
Cohen Lancour was arraigned hafoia
' tlc Madlyn of Ahnaah tins at
lernooa to faoc th. oharta of murder
rough! Rgalnai him as a raauM of tha
death f Janes O'BHafl at 4'opper
Harbor Thurtday rauaad. it is
Mid, by injuries received in a personal
ncoantar with Umov. Attorney w.
i Qalbralth of Caliuaai has baaa re
lalaed to d fond lAacour. it is ex
it tad the examination vrttl bt bagun
today. The Funeral of oBiiofl waa
1 i'l this morning, with .srvice ill
So l.. I Heart chinch nf Calumet
. mi Inter maai in the Luke View nana
tery.
lira. Michael Lahhy uaderanaal a
i . mCuI apaMtloa for appendlcltlM
fNCUBATQRS AND BROODERS
Wc are local representative for the famous Cyphert Incubatori
.ind Broedert.
It it time now to get your mcubator to work.
Nothing pay, better than the hen when given the same attention
at your other ttock.
We '.arrx ,, complete line of Cyphert feedt and poultry supplier
W. J. REYNOLDS tm22Zm
.Matt Draaich was arrested and
broaghl before luathsa Vlaher thni
ai trnlng on the . harga of assault ant'
lattery, preferred b) Marshal TrudliB
on behalf of John lirafaaaiiatil. arho
claim he was Rttached by Draaich nd
. r,iv beaten. Draaloh entered a pan
ot not guilty uml itimandtd an exain
I nation which was set for Friday,
John Bradtgaa, a h it is tliilaanil
wis rjected from a. street CM at Al
bion location last evening .because ot
the f.o t he created a noise and dis
i ..iii'- was arretted ami arraigned
boi ie justi. e I'isii, r this morning. If
Hrat entered u phm ot not guilty, but
nftar further ooaal leiation changed it
10 i 1 a of guilty. He was sentenc
' to pay a niM 0i I and costs.
Mige Qoba will be glvag an tun tin -
.Hon in Justi. e Kislicr's court this af-
lem in the c harga or being drunk
ami diaorderty.
M. It re. Joaaph S. ...ich, Steve M.-s-
lenyl ami Qeorgu Kaaaksg, arara ar
rested ami arraigned before Juatice
.i.o koia this morning in the charge
ot creating a notea and dlaturbanoc
They entered ideas of not mi'lty and
demanded an examination which wa
ao for Tuesday momlag at ft o'CM U.
Compmim in this eaoa was mmiu by
Roil Gylmatl.
Kobert B, 0te) of Mohan k i
rdny tor Marquetta to asrva
. S. distrb-t court jury.
yes
i the
40 YEARS IN BUSINESS
Merchants S Miners Bank
.UMET, MICHIGAN.
Capital Paid m
Surplus and Undivided Profits
L. ability of Stockholders
$150,000.00
250.000.00
150,000.00
Interest Paid on Time Deposit.
The LARGE CAPITAL and SURPLUS of this BANK and the LONG
wr,,,,,i.c ot us UM-itKS in CONDUCTING the BUSINESS
Ail If I SIM -i . . . . . ww
"7 ""'a maKe il a OAr-t OEDSITORY for part of
EARNINGS.
your
Charles Brigg. President.
Peter Ruppe, Vice Praa't. J. E. Shepard, As.'t Cath.er.
W. B Andereon, v.ce Pre't and Mqr. Stephen PauH. Cashier.
A Mild Tem
perate Drink
CONTAINS BUT 3 TO 4 PER
CENT ALCOHOL.
Scheuermann's
Beer le enjoyed by thousands
who appreciate its fins flavor and
know the good qualities that this
great beverage contains.
DO YOU USE IT?
SCHEUERMAN
BREWERY
Hancock, Calumet. South Range,
Mich.
la the Mohawk hoHpitul last week.
Nick Rowe has resumed Ina resl
donce at Ahtneek, aft t baviag ggaaj
tie. I in Arizona for ncveial montlc-
ha funernl of the iitr I'litirles II.
s niotis was held yaajtarday aftansaea
with m-t'i ia in the KearsarKe M. K.
h.nvh. it.v. H. Maatia orticiatiiiK.
LnhMaj Up rejaatg ni bun Maan1aya
aloCtloa in KaKle Harbor and HouKh
ton townahip were MgsW ' J'duia of
WaahinKton Harbor, Isle Koyule and
cus Mattaon of Tobin'a Harbor, lale
Royala who made the long tri t..
ajMroiaa Uaahr rinht of frnnrbign
Tharles W. Reed of Virginia. Minn ,
loitnerly ol t'alumet. arhera he was in
the employ of the Morrison estate :s
MHitiiia; with local friends Mr. Heed
has an excellent position with a large
lumbering con ern in Virginia.
The Calumet V. M. C, A. Jualntl le-
faated the iike Unden Junlora in a
fast and Interesting ! asketball n.nw
. n the Y. M. l A. boor Saturday by
the wore of 16 to 13.
Qaorga Bryant, former supply clarb
at the i entennial mini has aone t..
Ann rbor to enter th. IT, of M. K-
mer 1 1. mstan of i.'alum. t succeeds him.
Haw. J, OawnM f China ga. aacraear)
f the tilth mis.sioinary dialrict of th
Epiaoopal church, has left for his
hoaaa after visiting for a few das at
the home of Mr. and .Mrs. II. B. Jeffer
son uf I'entennlal.
1 he pupils of the rentenniai school
are preparing for a musical entertain
ment to be conducted l-Yiday evening,
April IT.
I. J. Craig of Qreen Bay is a bual
la ss isitor among friends in Calumet
David Kingston of Baffle Harbor
tranaactad buntnaaa among Cnlumei
frlandi today.
Mr. ami Mrs. Duncan llneAulay are
the parents of a daughter, born last
week at their home. ItM 'ounty Bond.
Arthur Jones of lshpeming, left for
his home this morning, after Vtaltlng
with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Charfcaa
.bines.
Mrs. BL s. Orlemofl ami Miss Bhue
Pnmhani have arrived home from Chi
cago.
Walter Laan Blcbnrd Bennetta, l'lpi
Paul ami 'arl retermann have depart
ed for Ann Arbor to CMIUM their stud-
laa.
Harrj Hoffenbackar
the Hook of Ages light
is letting with friend
country, preparatory t
dul lafl tomorrow. ,
Mr and Mrs. John Jaaskelaineii and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Inane Pan.
kaia will leave the last of this month
for Finland, where they will aaaand the
summer months.
Llghthonaa Keeper William QUbarl of
Beta Orta, and dniighter visited frlanda
In Calumei for a short time yesterday.
Mrs. H M. i abe of Greenland is vls
hing at the home pf Mr. and Mre. Dan
M. MacDonald of Cemetery street.
or the nrew
Lake Buperl
in the copper
' resuming hb
James Blney, who has been seriously
ill in the A; II. hospital, has been
removed to his home.
Bttpt Andre Pormis of ( tjihway has
gOM to the iron country, to spend a
short time on business.
Ivar Ketola has gone to Minnesota,
whet-.- he will look over farm lands
a ith a View t locating.
Miss Clare Smith arrived home yes
t.ida from Ann Arbor, where she
spent several months, during the win
ter. Mrs. BUaa WiNon. Mrs. Lottie Smith
and Mrs. Maty Simpson will go to
Kancoch toanorroai evening to attend
the county convention of the L. o. T.
M, M as delegates of Lady Wtllard
Hive.
The funeral of the late Mi s Anna
Btephnhtb was held yaaterdaj after
noon. The condition of the decedanfa
sister. Miss Margaret, who arrived
home from Chicago seriously ill, is but
little changed.
AT THE CALUMET M. E.
The Sunday school f th.. Calumet
m. io. uhureh conducted a mlaatonar)
PCOgram in the chut-eb yesterday aft
ernoon and raised for missionary work
the sum of 93110, this amount ancead
Ing arnni had been aahed and antici
pated. in the teening the choir of Bir
church rendered a very excellent Khs.
lar eantata, whb h was thoroughly en-
Joyed.
COUNCILS MEET TONIGHT.
The COUnCila of the Villages of Bed
Jacket, Ahtneek and Laurlun aaeei
tonight an. I the Calumet townshi,
board this afternoon lor the purpose
of oanaiderlng applications for Mqnor
li. etises. In practlcaBy even- instam .
the municipal body has more applica
tion! 'ban ,t has power to giant. In
the different vlllagaa the councils win
alao eoneider the appolntmenta of the
presidents.
ivt ont. suandred appllogtlaajui tor
membership were reniveJ and ap
proved ut the big meeting of the Fin
nish Antl-Soctalist le igue held in tin
nnnhsb hall on Blghth street last eveii
Utg Among this number BOTV IMrea
.1 recent strikers who expressed a de
sire to go on record publicly agaln-i
the pres nt am) future activities of th
nsffnencea which misled them in the
recent labor controversy. These nun
Were vcrv sincere in their uivlaratioii
against Socialism and recounted In
numi" able instances where they bad
been misled.
It was practically decidid at this
BJtaethag thai iu the near future ju
venile branches of th" league will he
establish) d and will receive as mem
oirs Anieri. an born Finnish hoys ami
girls over fourteen y. ns of age. The
I. ague ill endeavor t instill the high
principles of Ameriianism and good
citizenship in the hearts and minds of
theaa youthful manahtra ami en. 'out
age them to bett r ideals in manhood
ami womanhood. 1 lie e is BJOO a p..s
sibility ihat tiie Finnish lad.es of Cal
umet will shortly organize a- ladies'
auxiliary to arorh in .onjumtion with
the kttsgne, though, so lar, no detinite
steps hav e btea taken.
At a maeting to ii held next sun
uav uiternoon ri t .. i-iniusii Hall on
Blghth street preparation! wrlU b
mane Ol a Dl m. nuierslii,. Campaign
to he launched the following vvi.-U li
Is probable in this ampalgn, the lea
gue will hoi.i a number of nanll gath-
rings al Centennial Halghta, Wolver
ine. Ahtneek. Mohawk and other out
l.v Ing locations.
Although originally it has been pun
and to hold the regular meetings at
month.) intervals, the demand for ell
Mghtenmenl and the preaauia af bual
r.ess. makes it necessary to hold weekly
meetings. Tins .ours., will be contin
ued for a few weeks at least, althoii'vh
it is planned later to Barry nut the
original plan of holding monthly me. t
ings only.
Pre pa rations are being made (or
irge pnbUc meeting o he held short
ly, at which it is planned to secure
sum. good speakers, men of national
reputations, to glv uldressrs In both
llnnlab and BngHah. The i nrpoaa of
this meeting will be to acquaint th.
public generally with the pin pose ..i
the organisation so that there can be
greater CO-operatton in future activities.
JAP-A-IAC
gives new life and
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 COLORS 100 USES 80
CENTS A QUART CAN.
All the best and most widely advertised goods are
alwavs to be found at this store and at prices to please
every purse.
KECKONEN HARWARE CO.
FIFTH ST.
CALUMET
eeet
. ot
State Savings Bank
LAURIUM, MICHIGAN
Statement of Condition, March 4, 1914
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts ft
Bonds, Mortgages and Securities
Banking House and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Overdrafts
Due from Banks ard Banksrs
Cash on Hand
646.028 81
192,612 34
37,500 00
8,236 36
1,124 85
193,659 23
59,632 ?2
Total $1,138,793 84
Capital Stock .....
Surplus Fund ,
Undivided Profits, (Neti
Due to Banxs
Commercial Deposits ....
Savings Deposits
LIABILITIES.
$467,070 90
. 433,614 03
100,000 00
100,000 00
33.739 10
4,369 V,
900,684 93
Total $1,138,793 84
eeee)enennnecnaanananeeaaafna aaana
CAMEO
JEWELRY
We have received a shipment
of beautiful Cameo Jewelry the
self-same new things that are
now being shown in New York
rd Chicago.
If you have recently been in
either of those big cities and not
ed "what was what" in jswelry,
mako .t a point to look in our
wndow this week and convincs
youiself that what we say is so.
Real Cameo Solid Gold Pen
d.ints, $3. CO up.
Real C.-meo Solid Gold Rings,
$4.;0 uo.
Gold-filled Cameo Pendants,
52.CC up.
Imitation Cameo Sterling Sil
ver Rings, 25c, 50c. and 75c.
Cameo Tic Pins. 25c up.
WATCH OUR
WINDOW.
WARREN JEWELRY CO.
321 Fifth St.. A.i
EVERLASTIC
RUBBER ROOFING
A strong, serviceable roofing for all
buildings having a roof surface of
sufficient slrnt to shed water. We
would be pleased to tell you all about
Kvarlaatia Roofing, quote prices, etc.
ARMSTRONG -THIELMAN LBR. CO,
HUB3ELL.
CALUMET.
HANCOCK.
Edward Ulseth
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING
MATERIAL.
COAL & WOOD
CALUMET
Pnone 7.
- YARDS AT
COPPER CITY
Phone 36.
HANCOCK
Phone 122.
CARD Of TIUNKS.
wa iealre to thank tin- many kind
frlanda and nelajftbora who ao kindly
ted ua in our inn- sad hciraan menl
PMMd by ili. ninths and death of our
beloved daughter ani iteter Margarei
M rlaon Specially arould are thank
Dr. i. i) Stalker, th members of the
choir or the rirsi Rredbyterlan chun h
and ail tii.,.s,. Who sent tha beautiful
flora! offerings and card ,,f sympathy.
mica Rinaneaaea will tear i
liered by us.
Angus Morrison and Kami
Advertisement-ll
ri'tiu in -
Division No. I, A. . II. will hold re.
ular miriini; I'riday evening April i;
and maatina will aeajta acoaaptly at i
o'eloi k so busineai win i- aver la tim
to Mstertaln tha ladies on the nam
evenlna;.. Advetilsaaasaasi It, II, 16.
I'irui.s show
I'loylnK lei H
arrlbei to iiu-fund.
that 9.31 firms, -m.
lorkerw. on. now Hiih-
'hio Mate Inauranci
HAVRYOU TRIED
BUYING YOUR MEATS HERE?
If not. you cannot realize how much
more satisfactorily we can serve you
and how much we can save you.
We carry a complete line of meats
and grocer.es.
YOU CAN DO BETTER
Quello's Market
Lth St
lumet.
Ca
We do all kinds of
PAINTING.
PAPER HANGING.
KALSOMINING
Good work .nd reasonable prices
RUUTTILA BROS. 4 KUMBLIN
COMPANY.
324 Frsnkl.n St., Florida.
Phone 656 M.
Orenstien's
Weir Spring Line of
Art Needle
Work
Mow on Display BIGGER THA IV EVER.
AS. ORENSTEIN
Don t ForQet to Store Your Furs
With Us Next Summer.
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