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THE CALUMET NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1914. Baseball Goods Just received our new Spring stock and they show up fine. Wo want YOU to see these goods. They are mado by STALL & DEAN and made right, and the price is right. This stock includes everything from a 5c ball to a $1.25 league ball and from a 25c glove to the best catcher's mitt made at $800. These mitts and gloves are made strong, have ths right shape and of ' ie best loathor. We guaran tee them. A fine line of bats. COME AND SEE. CARLTON HARDWARE CO. 4oo rimi ST. TVATRONIZE the new firm. The newest, cleanest, and best market in the Copper Country. Quality and Price Right. F. H. LANTZ & CO. The Market Place "The Life of rjen. Thtrmsr." bi Phosaaa B. Van Home, with a large a ni. ant of nsaterla whfc h fcfaj. Lam- baft had COllaetSd to extra-illustrate it, broturht I'.-T-. The aateajrapb jaan script of Captain! at) Captain!" MKIie.l in full ,y vut Whitman went b I, i . itadhjan for 1, Bdward Nelson departed t' ii i i i a '.: i a in- expects his future home. y for make Standard Merchandise All backed by the Manufacturers' Guarantee. We carry in stock a complete assortment of the merchandise ment.oned below, which is also backed by Our Guarantee. Buy merchandise with reputation and guarantee and get perfect satisfaction. Ostermoor Mattresses Strom 4 Foster Mattresses K.mball t Chappell Brass Beds Simmons' B'ass Beds Ce.nm City Bed Springs Smith Rugs Walkill Rugs Gunn Sectional Bookcases Royal Easy Chairs (Th.- Pttah Button Kind) Karpen Furniture UPHOLSTERING AND PICTURE Bloy Furniture Qo. Fifth St. , .,. baes&s4M.. State Sa v i LAUKIUVl. Statement of Condition, iWarch 4, 1914 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts Boor's, Mortgages and Securities Banking House and Fiturrs Other Real Estate Overdrafts Do fr.-m Banks ard Bankers Cash on Hand Total Capital Stork Surnlus Fund Undivided Profits, (Net! Due to Bin Commcrci.il Deposits ... Savings Deposits LIABILITIES. Total 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS Merchants & Miners Bank r A I MMCT MiruiM., vwwb ifi Capital Paid in Surplus and Undivided Profits Liability of Stockholders ... Interest Paid on The LARGE CAPITAL and SURPLUS of this BANK snd the LONG EXPERIENCE of its OFFICERS ,n CONDUCTING the BUSINESS cf BANKING should make H I SAFE DEPOSITORY for part of your EARNINGS. P 0 y Charlea Brigge, Pater Ruppa. Vice Pres t. W. B. Anderson, V.ce Pres't and Mgr. CALUMET S. & H. Green Stamps QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE. Usnsbeta of the Qussn Bitbnr ClKfe of the Caiumat bfstnodbM fcntooopal onttrcb announce an entertalnsnent and missionary pia;. entitled. "Qnoena and the nTlnpdom" to b rendered in the ehurch on rrn!a. SVeninC .May . spe- la I BtteWttOB has been given to tho prsparatfoa ol this antartatnsnont and it 1 1 aspm ted u wilt in- on f tin- anoM successful ever undertaken under the auspices of this soataty Lent Tables Crockc Chairs Duo-Fold and Uni Fold Davenports Bucks' Stoves and Ranges Laurell Stoves and Ranges Mocrs's Muresco Jap -a - Lac Berry Bros. Varnishes Bicycle and Horseshoe Brand Wri ngers FRAMING OUR SPECIALTY. Phone 155 n gs Ba n k MICHIGAN '' .!" 646.028 91 12,612 34 37,500 00 8,236 M 1,124 85 193.6M 23 59,632 ?2 $1,138,793 81 $ 100,000 00 100.000 00 33.739 10 4,369 91 $467,070 90 . . 433,614 03 900.684 93 $1,138,793 84 Wogg esneeeaoa4 i in I un n, $150,000.00 200,000.00 100,000.00 Time Deposits. President, J. E. Shepard, Ass't Caviar. Staphan PuM, Cashier. MAY ORDER NEW FLAMING ARCS Residents of Village Well Pleased With Three Tried Tin- three rtHtuinK n UkIiIx install ed a ahort time 1 the H.uihton Count) Electric l iitht rnnwii) t .it mount rate pertain adv.intaKc claimed r them probabta win i- accepted b) the Ked J. i. m i ciini ii and ordered inude iiermauei.i. Ti:e lights are lit- u.it.il on tli. .oiner of Sixili and Kim treeM ami fifth streets and on rn'th gtreet bstwsan OeJi and Kim. Tije B RttOM et for these light when they ueie Installed a an experiment are extelieni ones and the improve ment ha heen mote.l and appreciated i tin- imMn ..f the village. It is possible the council may. at Its next meeting, rder the inattJIatloa .f a few additional Itghtl of this des rip- lion. Th.- nee Ugkta, oralis a little I Mora expensive than tlM ordinary arc i i h t s. ait rnnesTtll to he more effec tive. There is no likelihood of there ving adopt, ii ior general use, how ever, been one of the coat The Had J.o ket loiitu il nu t last . e- ntnfj nnd MpproTsd the bonds of three retail lie, nor dealer, time Inewsctai and three dmgget Imnds in addition to the boasts of appointive aflh an There rtH anotnat meeting of the council tonw now afternoon to take Baal action on the bonds of retail dealer!. SEES NEED OF BUILDING. Federal Site Inspector to Report Bad Conditions Here. I V Mik J. OConttOT, federal site atent, who has beau la Caluntst fat ih- past two daps inspoi llm sits pvnC (en : for the pn pooad tadaral duIMIsm hen i;;is bean flatten impressed with the need of sosae new location and surround Inw for the Cahunai poot olBce, I ! Was ffnt ll surprised fi Bad the Calumet otlloa as poorly lo cated sa m hi .-.ii atatas he arft mala - runplete report on the subject ti 1 department. According to tho In. ipe tor the Calumet poetoAes has the labia honor of tanking second the arorsl postofflcc in Michigan, which Mr, O'Connor asserts in tocntad la M Idland. Mr. Oconnora report, supplssjnsnt I las tlx- reports which have ntrendi men submitted by Postal inspector St htahaoa to the sanx- aaTod ahonM have 'he effect of hastening action fut I federal appropriation lor a bttlldtni ii t'alumet. So far no intimation baa been e- uivtl as to th-. site which will he fa vored f .r the Calumet buttdtna;, Th.- lease mi tho praaani poatoflsca uartera expires October l. ami so fur I iisp. . tor chlabacb has received no of other bultdlnps which will be eaaed to Uncle Bum for poet office pur , th.- requlresnenl thai the land- lord insiit.i ttaturea eoatlnsj a oonald emble san evidently huvlnj; retarded MdeM sr ihsrwlsa uouhi have i bjectlon to mining (J nolo asttn na i tenant. WILL INVITE NURSES. M ini'i rs of th.. Copper Country Oraduate Wuraea aaoovtntSasj are pi-p-parfm to extond an invitation to the lata SJMOClatiOU t-. bold its annual meetini n the copper country in itlsV .dr.-. Worthwnpi wrbo is in aJaatfja of nurae'a training s heol at the c. & H. hospital is tnfcUsg a very active part :ii tins campaitrn, ami at her auiieg on th,- inavors of several copper 1 ountry nunlcipnlltles have extended Invitations the state aaaoctatlon, upplentetitlni tin- Invitation extended by the local aasociatloB. YOU CANNOT BUY BETTER BEER ANYWHERE. TRY Scheuermann Brewery's pH I EN GOLD TODAY. THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL LIKE IT. EVERY DROP IS GOOD. Scheuermann Brewery Hancock, Calumet, South Range. A SAFE GUIDE Buy your Meats where there is in established reputation for integrity n goods and prices. Nowhere else in the city will you find such an excellent as sortment of high-grade Meats: nethr will you be able to duplicate else where our prices. If it is your aim to serve the best and at the aame time boy as reaaonably aa possible, this & where you should make your purchase. Headquarters for Roman Meal Flour and Bread. Doctors advise using Roman meal bread. e Qtiello's Market AWARD HONORS OF JUNE CLASS Preparations for Class nay and Commencement Proceed The honor students of the June 1911 lavs of the Calumet htKh school er announced yesterday as foUoomi Stundlnn Mi-s I'auline iilhraith t.;S Lorimei standard Vi.9 Miss Marie Sumo 00.46 The honors of the Kebruar class were awarded to: Miss Klsa Carnhain '.L'.ti Miss Maine Yokl '.'0.44 The Juno class of the I'alutmt high achool is coniposej of a pprox llllatel ioo students, who, together with the Kehruary BMaa will m.iKe a total ol about 125 students who will reeit diplomats at the commen -emeiH exei ciaea to he held in tiie v'alunict theater n Thursday evening, June is. Hon. H. t. Ooatnusa of Ohio will deliver the ommenooanont adbjteasja, Preparations for the class day exer is at' procoedinn ami u is expectc th" anagram, which Will he K'von the latter part of May will he one of th most interesting in the history of the h ol. -.. v : -. ;: -: : LOCAL BREVITIES. s) : Bd Anderson, who has been vlelUng with local friends for a lew diiy.s, will leave this evening fay ins home in iu luth. Con S. Sullivan of fsi Bliehn in a laltor amessj local friends for a few days. Henrj Trevarrow and John Andnt -son of NosjnwaM are Calumet visitors. Willi am 1 llilden.-n ,.t letrolt is Vlaltlng with friends in CalUBBjOt. Basil i-intti. departed tins mornlnt for Maniuette, where he will visit with friends. James Hnohlng has arrived boana from an extended visit to I'loruhi. t'apt. ami Mrs. J. I . If netting an horns from Florida where thai spent t he w Inter months. Mlaa Etta Murphv .r ftadonla sti.it entertained a large party of in-mis .a her home Monday aveadng. The .iiti heii bowling team of liaji- OOOh will meet the Cubs team of 'alu- met on the cubs uiieys some evening this week. Miss Ma Sheehan of South Kear- sarno is reported to bo riously in in i he Wauwatoaa, Wis. hoepitai, where he is tminiaai ti iiecome a nuns T a funeral of the late Paul Davis Was held this afternoon from tin- Harper and Thomas chapel. Services w in. h eie in charge of Helping Rnnd tent. 1. t . ( an, I i (no .mil All iodxe, sons of st. George were conducted by Rev. v. II. CoDycott. SOME MENAGERIE. Annual Circus of Calumet Y. M. C. A. Begins Thursday Evening. Although little reference has been Riade to this feature of the I iroirra m. Physical Director John Johnstone ,,f th.- Calumet Y. If. a. has secured snd trained n splendid msnagsi Is for the annual circus wiilch Is to com mence Thursday evening? ami be con tinued on PYMay evening. The coi tion Includes a trained elephant si- mffe, bssjujaSj donkeys and other ani mals. Although this feature was plan ned somewhal as a surpi lis, it has leaked out that ii win be oi r the most Intsroetlng of the entire cin us. Tin- nasoclatlon gymnnaliun is being neeoratod tml.-iv in iauilv circus pnlnra The stars ami BtlipeS ate also piom- ni in the decorations. Qeorgi IVIIlttUns has given his con sent to act as ring master for the big show, hll past experience equipping him splendidly for this Hnrteit siting. It i-- also BUggOSted that an effort he made to secure Dan CUSSCk to ac t as vt ndor of peanuts, popcorn ami pink lemonade, vary necessary adjuncts. There is little doubt that Mr, tHHick will consent, although he has tmi for mally opened his popcorn and peanut establishment. VERRIER BURNS NUPTIALS. North Tamarack Young Lady Bride of Rockland Young Man. The marriage of Miss Mae K. Wi rier of North Tamarack to Andrew K. Burns of Rockland, took place at 7 o'clock yesterday morning at the gea red ii. in i north, Rev. ft. Basil offi ciating. The bride was attended by her Hlsler. Miss Amelia Verrier and the groom bj the bride's brother, Log ens Verrier, immediately following the ceremony, UJr, and Mrs. Itnrns de parted for Milwaukee and Chicago, where they will spend a brief honey moon, They will be at home in Rock land after Mav 1.",. Both bride and groom me well known in the copper ' ountry and have th.- lust wishes of their many friends. FARMERS ARE INTERESTED. The announcement that I'rot. LsO M, Oelsmar, Houghton osnnty'a HKii- i iiltural expert will address the farm ers of HOUgbton county at the Finnish ball on Rtghth B tree! Saturday after noon under the auspices of the Anti- Boclallat league, has aroused the Inter est of all of the tanners of this dig ' i and a large attendance is asHur- 1 J. H. JaStstg ol Hancock has also mi sntad to give a.n sddrneg. (TICK I. ii ;: MEMBERS. Ml members of H.-lmnif Hand Tent x" 1 11 I! in ieiue.sted to meet it then- hall m, w . dnesday April Ifth at 1 o'clock to .itteinl the fnneriil i.f WILSON'S COURSE CAUSES FRICTION President Antagonizes Party Lead ers in Dealing With Mexico Washington. i. t, April :'!. Preid- dent Wilson may stave on a gat atn tion of war anulnst Mexico and udjust tin- ilifferctii e with Hueita hut in gOSsg so he may hiinjr ,,n a private war of hit own right here in Washing ton. The situation BUsJ cause him SI much anxiety as that iti Mexico, for the fact is. the picsiilent has a row on his hands that may lead to sweeping him off his feet in dealing Willi the Mexican situation. Cling I OSS is arous ed and a revolt is threatened that paai prove HcriouH to the Wilnou party, Cause of the Bitterneas. ne of the reasons for the hitter feeling in . omiress has beegj the att - tuda adopted by the administration in handling the dovolopeastas t date. Not a single democratic leader has bsSS onnanlted. LTnderwood, who forced through the tariff hill; Glass, author f the currency law. and the various beads oi powerful committees who or. dlnarlly expect the confidences of the president, have bSOS kept In complete Igsuarancs of arhnl was going on ami IWflead to learn tho admiiiist rat 1 n plaiiH from the newspapers. The only persons consulted bj the president nnd Beers tary Bryan have baas the rank ing members of the two committees lea ling with foreign affairs and in most instances. Including the accent- ance of the mediation plan, they have been called in to be told what had been lone. While the president believes that there has been a most excellent reason for this, it has brought about a ftuatlou that is extremely dsitrate, Underwood Is Slighted. friends of Leader Underwood have been, most bitter. They allege that in stead of BSUd Ini for the Alabama rep resentative to consult with him. the nreaadeut mm secretary ifcAaV the eapitol to ask that a war revenue measure be Introduced. Thev allege that bscnuss Underwood ami most of the other leaders fell obligated to op pose th.- president on his tolls DTO- gragg, there has been a disposition to ignore them. This meets with empha tic denial and resentment at the White House. The effect of this feeling, howevir. Ms handicap the administration when any mediation proposal rDMSS to con gress for approval. Until the media tion proposals can have time' to work out one way or another, this OOttntT will BOtttinue its new policy of anx- ious1' watchful smiting. Secretary Bryan himself added the new qual tit ration. The naval for.es will remain in Mexican waters and we will retain Vera Cnm vvitli funStOB and his n as a garrison. Bui there will be an warlike move unlaes the adniinlstra tion's hand is forced. "Too bad his business went up in smoke" It wnulfl not be a to tal logs, however, if the buildings were well covered by in surance Fire Insurance Protection saves many business men who are unlucky enough to have a fire. Protect Your Business by insuring in the re liable, prompt adjust ing companies we represent. Fauceti Bros. & Guck Insurants Agency. CALUMET LAURIUM OUR LINE OF BEADS CANNOT BE BEATEN IN THE COUNTY. Every color is thers. Every length is there. Every style made is thera. At any price you wish to pay, 50c. 75c, $1.00 up to $3.50. We give Trading Stamps. We close six o'clock, except Sat urdaya and Mondaya. WARREN JEWELRY GO. e Batter Up!! KECKONEN HARWARE CO. FIFTH ST. Copy M Halt Schalfncr Si. Mils The Boston Store THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX GOOD CLOTHES. HECLA STREET LAURIUM EVERLASTIC RUBBER ROOFING A strong, serviceable roofing for sll buildirgs having a roof surface of sufficient slant to shed water. We would be pleased to tell you all about Everlastic Roofing, quote prices, stc. ARMSTRONG -THiELMAN LBR. GO. HUBBELL. Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD YARDS CALUMET Phono 7. COPPER Phone ' INCUBATORS AND BROODERS .ndroodrj.0"' rePre"ntat-s Cypher, incubator. It is timo now to get your incubator to work vy? P7better th" th when given th. ..m. attention a. your other stock. W. carry a complete line of Cypher, fe.d. and poultry .uppli.s. IV. J, REYNOLDS News Want Ads S.DERTISERS GJT RESULTS You fellows who snjoy ths great notional game don't have to go farther than this Store to gst everything you need for its playing. And a mighty fine line we'll aho wyou. All Roach gooda aold with an absolute guar antes. Gloves snd Mitts from 25c to $8.00 Balls 5c to $1.25 Bats 10c to $1.00 The quality which the pro fessional players demand, as well as the chsspsr lines which boys and amateurs will want. CALUMET s OFT front, onir roll co.it: 1 notch collar on the waistcoat; snug, close-fitting trou sers; these are some of the Hart Schaffner & Marx icieas for young men; the point is, they're made in all wool fabrics, and right tailoring. Suits at $20.00 and up CALUMET. HANCOCK. AT CITY 36. HANCOCK Phons 122. Laurlum, Mich. Bring Results! IN THE CALUMET NEWS. ur de. eased bioilier, pau Davis. J M I S .1. I.A.VYi .. C. ft. JOHN I! CXBWKVL, R. s. Advert isement J '.' , Subscribe for The Calumet News t 321 Fifth St. Calumat.