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FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914.
PAGE TEN THE CALUMET NEWS New Books Received at the C. & H. Public Library Will Be Ready for The foikiwiiiK of new books, re- , rl'(d .,l the c'.tltmi- t '' I'"1'"1 lilirary, will he rtmfj far in uliitlun ji.ii ill da ) Miscellaneous non-Fiction. Rieyer Newapepet VTlUlfnl ffan G libretti T! Psi hologT el MM' Ethics and Religion. Cabot Whel 1111 Live Hy barton ur Bel WS Mspe M M.inh. ml- m k , i . , ! Training ins QM i miter The 9c W Kmergoncy. M, t The Utemtww -t Ine ' M Mm., Inch i ur Ktenuty. Thentogta !c rm.ini' u. Atktna Pilgrim of the Lonely Road. Hazard Advil Bible Classes; l-'orms ,,i in i!ii.atinn. Blatter The Teacher! Caasleeilefc iatt 1 1 The Oirl m Hit Teen. SI. i 1 tt) Lh in- Tt ii hers. 8 tatter Toe A L lbs foil and the lb r r ii, i ti h Quafeet .ii Or 1 BHt- Soeiology. atresia our World. Lowell Pttblli I'l"""" ans" Ponslet - Th Chi ri h and the Lahof H.iv : ooh ,i St... k Ex- ii.m Tradaj vs. Protect but -Insuram and taw State. -Voluau r Betp to the ffaa to the Heart of Cii ' ' hi. - an perl i n Veen ii CMcsgo and Other i rlandWoCk and Its Plan1 in . : : V s.-ar ip r.cd. Tii. American Coileeje; Wl i( H Is and What It May I'.d.imp. the Rural i V..m:in Trained Pi Sc ence. rm Arltbnv 1 1. . tin- Stirs. Astronomy, ion .f Mutter. : tnd Its Ra Useful and F.ne Arts. M .'.inn Biarslas Anwrtca. den With Hot- Red Croaa Test r . Bj slene and si? icb and billow? Plumes CLEANED OR DYED We can put new life into the retainers' and dye them Uiy COKM you wish. il you ,r- i-ttin a hat and want to usf a plume, it will Ik mtM h lajajj rxpenaivr tot n or Hyr your old plume tii. in to buy a new one. COLUMBIA i'iAUNDRY & DYE WORKS. PHONE 150. LAURIUM Circulation Saturday Kgaa Making h Harden of Peter ruals. t S.n !..r - .Makinx a Hone Harden Tali,. i Making i Hutden t.. HI. ..'in Tins Y.,11' Tiln-r Muklnx 'In cimumls Attr.o - ttee With Marsha Stu-. t -Some Anouut of Online At l-.ite. t uie in Spain t.v.) Conover Hakim Psejaat) House. Koi Ii Per, il -Sketi hmjr N.iit.M Krteh..n, I'erpoetiw and Sketi hinc. H i, idi.im-Hook ot Pictures. Candei Ti.e Tapestry Hook. Ruatel T.ip sti m, Their orlnin. MiHtor and Rt ita issa m Mi. k. ! !.eaihr Work. I la i ley - Twelve (treat Paintim:. Kala The natad ajgnjjdMiaaai mi the Qraal Masters. Sports and Amusements. Cn al i ChUdran'a Partbia Crosier Indoor Qanka for efeUdvan, Harrta Btchi Plman tat the ehoei Ht 1 1 - Hook of Units. CrosierOutdoor Qmmm fav Chil dren. St. ni I, e- HoalinK. Stuck The AaeaajM el Daaall (Mount m i Ktnb i '!,.i. QMM Protaetlod and Propa gation m Am ri a. Literature. Andrews -Tha Dmbj Today. fYhttcomb -Youni Paopbyi Story f Aim i i, an Lib ratttff, Maaefli id The Tratrady of rmajhaf :he i;reat. Middleti.n ownda s. Button- Little tflnaya in Literature and Life Pearson The Study of Literature, flrtajnr I nr Irish Theatre. Kettleton Pnulish DtaaMa af tlal Restoration and Bbihteenth Century, itr...,k. More Playa of frnatrtt- Oeare. Qtaast atamphtre. Canton The Invisilde Playmate. Hauptmani -Drnntatii Works. (4v) Vesne The Ruafaa Novaj, Descr.ption and Travel. Bhaekleton L nvtatted Places of old Europe. Tsarte The Piiajrta from fhlrefa Alexina Modern Russia, asawaji i BoHand of the Dutch. Manatt Aeajeati las. He.ln Trans-Himalaya. (3v.) I'-lwai .Is -The Miliary ('oast. Crenel out. of Kk'ypt. K- '.art ' mr Southern Iliwhlandern Bryce The Nations Capitai, P ninsl n A Woman Rice Planter. Wrinht Dodue City, the Cowbiy Capital, Peek The South American Tour. H lakli The Panama Panel. History. Davis- Btedhajja in Anetsal History; Bi MM and the West. I' i .s -Readmas m An, lent History: .' i ' and the Beat. Qrettoa A Modern History of the Enulish People, (fv.) Oral Cavour and the Makint of M i ilalv. lvl'i-lSfil. Be e Annals and .Memoirs of the onrt af Peking Laut The Conquest ..f the oreat Hi I t l:tt . St. Cshei -Ttk Biss ..f tlie Amerhan I-.-, pb Parish - The Man With the Iron Hat il. H - The ajtOT) of the Pony Ex- Biography. Ames a spiritual Aotefalaarraphy, Brown A Child of the orient. I U lajjaasaj j.,mes Hurland. 1 i Iflta H. pfhura of Japan. iiiK-irson Thomas Went worth (III n. Wrench Lord Lister. Oral -. 'herlea Kollen MeKim Newman A polos ie Pro Vita Bui Conaeliy The Life of Preston Pltunb, v IdV Qi i Matnilton Perkm htaultaini do Id Win Smith. tii'" Life of Lyman t hull. W den Around I he Kaiser; urn tlx v i Mod -rn I ierrnany. Humphreys MiaMonary Btpbirei ' ' hi Amor., an Indians. Brad rd 'onfederute Portrait, Wilson The President States (4v.l of the United Fiction. Bowi n The Qevernor of Unilaiiil BitNMM The Vaniiuard. ' 'Si lb The Pillar of Sand. Conrad -Cbanee, II. pird The Wander, t'm Necklace. Holland The Heart , f Sally Temple. L 1 erlof l.ihi'i rmni'M Home. Hi 'all -Arbidne of Ailaa Water; Overland Had, Petth) "The Precipice. Ptei The Women We Marry. Qaaa Uaarla snm s Star Route. Sal. In On the Plains With Custer, tthatdast "Jeeus is Here!" sitnie Ttie afisafrtaiituiaa .r Three Ooed Hoys. TarkiiiL-ion-Penrod lachet) Loot fjom the Temple ol I ' rtune. x ' Tin- Heart's Country. Wallace The Wllderaeea Casta- w a y s. Warner- Sunshine Jane. Ifeile The BTorld set Free. Juvenile non-Fiction. Btevena Kin-? Arthur BtcwtM from Malory. HQ The Runaariaa Fairy Hook. B ina I arm Life Headers. (2v). Williams How to Make Thins. rifuWttfee The I f t r i ' 1 1 r Speaker. i owd The Sr1 end the Bobelfnk. Ho( bklaa Bawresentativa ('itiex ..f the ITnMad states. I I '. Till Htol v o KifiK R.iert the Lruep. Okinsori European Hesliniinus of A mi ? i. nn 1 1 istory . Juvenile Fiction, i oh Roger Paulillng, Oui.ner. .e St,a H.iii Headers. ,',is A I Mile Maid of PfoNimo T" a, I'orrester I'he Polly Pane Yt ht afash. I". I ' e-tel The I'ollv Pane Hillleh .lllli. Korrester The Pdly Page Motor .Int.. (Mtrhrurl Helen and the Cuinxited iuests Olitltd Full) Pientiss Ooes to S. h.., I , ii Id Poll Prentiss tloes A-vislt- Ina. Liacoka The Tounaj Homesteaders. The CaflBp i'ire OirlM at Hillside. Vatnh-r, ook The t'amp Fire Girls at Suntise Hill. UNCLE SAM. RAILROAD MAN. Government Hat One Short Line and Is Budding Another. Tin oti! railroads in this country Whb h are free from control ly the In- teretatf Coaaanarca CosnaaUMbui are . unci end operated liy the I'nlted States Their mileage Is comparatively IraHanlftcnnL but the Panama Railroad operating at loss the isthmus, has done a lat'-e bnetneaa at rates far stave itiose permitted rends ra tins esssatry. Hut. as The Railway Asje QaSSttS points out. the l'anama Railroad. Willi its BKHtOpoMstlC fretfrhl tariff, and the proposed lines in Alaska, with their 1,k prohlems of public policy, do not ty any means complete the list of our governmental railroad enterprises. The Tinted States has a toad nineteen miles Ions hi Idaho, and it is now bulldlnf one of a best the same lesajts in Arizona. The route of the last named cxtemls about twenty miles south of Yuma, and the msd is to he a part of the construction plant for a lease a lens t,,' Colorado rivet to pri- tect from inundation lands to le irri gated under the piovishms of the re clamation act. lint, as the people in that vicinity have BO better means of Ira importation, the interior depart mom proposes to operate the road for the carriage Of SBSSeOSetl and freight. The government probably will lie in the market for cats and engines, but, JBSST (Si b) the Idaho entelpr.se. its watlis Is this direction will not be extensive, it is expected that the track will be rend fOt use within a month or two. The Idaho road is known as the Bolsa S Artowtock. It is a full-tledKcl staiulard-gaiiKe railroad, running from the terminus of branch ,.f the Ofessa Short Line to the site of the Arrow -tock ,iam the big clam now under construction on Rolse River, about tuent miles above Boise. Idaho. The m.iin line is seventeen miles la lenffthi with maximum grades of l'j per cent . while i he two miles of spur tracks have maximum grades of :t per cent. There ate three wooden truss bridsea along tlie main line. QradUSJ for the road was done by contract, and was completed in OctO her, P'll. involvinu the excavatlott of nearly a quartet ..t a million cubic yards of material. All of the remain ing construction work, including cul vert and bnhtos imlhHni. track lay las, ballasting, etc.. was done b govci', SMSl fbtt es working an eiglit-hout day. The total com of construction SSa about Mf(0N per mile. The rolling stock consists of tWS b oinotnes. two pseeaamwr cars, four Mat cats, three box cars, and miscel laneous equipment sf handcars, speed ers, eti One trals is run from Arrow link to BathOttOB and return each week day. with two trips on Saturday. The total number of ton-miles reight arried la date is nearly a million. About tft,SM passengers have been carried H date, many of them i ight - tee rets. BLAME AUTOISTS FOR VICE. Green Bay Doctor Favors a Segre gated District. Hay. Wis. Juno U. "Silk fellows men who spend a time in automobiles WOTS lor ruining many irls, a -to testimony lives by Dr. F. Minn. ili in. former mayor Ore en tocklni lot of blamed fording. Robert Orees Hay. before the Wisconsin e ' i tntnisslon. The witness sai.l that duiing his ad- mlnlat ntlon he prohibited women from frcquentlef aaloona except wiien they were fmm rural districts anil .slte.l those l.i es for the purpose t' eatlni lunch with tiieir hushanda. The houses of prostitution were . easary, ha mid, and should be res dated. He l.eliev.d it was the duty ! eat Ii man to look nfter his own family. Joseph H. Taylor, banker, oonsld- rred Bnturdnv nlshl dames as tlie most proliii. source of evil, and SO lleVOd that a majority of citiSSttS ol Qfaen Bay were In favor of a clean Ity. U. S. OFFERS TO END WAR. American Minister to Greece Offers Aid to Albsnia. London. Jane 12 A newspaper dts patch from Vienna says Oeorge Fred W hams, American minister to Oreeoe has sent a c ir. ular to the representa tives of the ButopeeH powers, Inform ing them that the government of the United States in ready to offer its good offices for the restoration of peace in Albania. The inlormation was pub llStjed by a newspaper in Athens. The Moslem insurgents in Albania refuse to recognize Prince William of Wiol as their ruler and demand the nomination of a Moslem prince, Pk entry they came into armed esn Hi' t with the government forces which they defeats but were after ird rontptetrly routed in the vicinity of Tlrsaa to the east of Durssao, the Albanl .n capital. In R years municipal improvements ni building tonstructinn In Portland, ( ir llll V i cost $1 It.ws v, . VnleiK'ti Ban rear exported is the I mted states almond Ml t,SS, valued at Ceylon produces ub. i bushels of rice yearly. . i hei kjjuts last v . eapoi ted goods aim d at J, ',7, .'!'. 1 -1 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. May :-'-.; June 5-1.'-1 .1 II. v 3-10-i;-L'4.:U; August 7-H MOItTOAvQB s vi K. DFSPAULT liav mg b, , n made in the conditions sf a certain mortgage l John . Mahlnes asd Hiima Mskiaen, his wife, sf the City Hancock. Michigan, parties of th. rsl pari. t. the CwppSf Oouatty Building Loan I I lion of Caiunn i VI liSjSS, 1 torpoiaiiou organized ami doing l.usi asm sBdhtf the laws of Mid inan, par ty of th, seccind iart, bear ins elate December t w enl y-fourt h. 1'IJ, and re corded in the office of the Reglater af Deeds for the- county id Houghton. Michigan, OS the fotll te nth ds) f January. I 111 in Volurni AW." of Mortgages i. n page Ml, . a and evefv installment of principal and Intereal of which mortgage is hen 1 decisred to be swa ami payable lmm llately and on w in. ii said mortga .. ' lalm i'd to be due at the date ,! this noti e the sum af Fourteen hundred fifty-two and 77.100 (14..2.77) dollars, and no suit or proceedings at law or in equity bav ins been instituted i er tht money sonfsd by said mortgasa an) part thereof. . THEBtfflPl illK. ij v irtue i f the power of sale contained in said nioitgage and the StatUti 11 BUI b CSSI made and provided, notice is hereb) Kiven that on the MbMntli dS) of Aug ust. A. D.. 1!14, at 11 .. lock In the forenoon there will be s I.I at pUblil auction t the highest bidder at the front door of the oourt house in tha v illage of Houghton, i t he DUttty tfi HOushwton, Mlchisrsn, (thut being the plaea where the circuit Ciairl tot the said county of HoUghl - held) the premises described In Bald mortgage ' I so nuu h thereof as may be neessaari to pay the amount due "' BO id mort gage with seven per i til interest and all hSJSl 1 "s,s :,s ptO V Id .1 for IS said mortgage and as attorn. ', fee of thirty-Sve dollara ss also provided Cor i'i m ii mertgsgs The premises deectibed ill said MOTt gage are all that ssftnln piece or parcel of land situated in the Towrathlp f Adams, Houghton oounty, Michigan, describe'' W f dlows, to wit: Lot num bered seven (7) of Block numbered nineteen (19) i the Pli I Addition to t he Tow n Of BOtttb H u e. a. . ol dim: to the Recorded Plat theieof. Togetli er With the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances t hereunto belong ing ami thereon situate Dated this nineteenth day of Mav, A. 1)., 1014. Copper Country Bulldln & LOSS AS" so. la Hon, Mortgagee. B11SS, ROBINSON ft PBTBRMANN, Attorneys fot Mortgaged Business address: Calumet, Michigan, Vivian's Shoe Bargains 300 Pairs MEN'S OXFORDS in Gun Metal. Patent Leather and Tan, lac. or suttoftj all sizes. Former prices $3.50 and $1.00, to close at $2.45 J. VIVIAN JR. SCO. Dr. J, M. O'Neil Veterinary Surgeon Office Opposite First National Bank. Residence Phono 183 M. Office Km. CALUMET .-rofessional worl. for amatcurc. Developing 6 oxposure film ... .10c Printing from 4 to 5; a picture. Squeegees 6c a picture. THE HERMAN STUDIO. MOVED to New Quarters on First St., Laurium Lewis O. Smith PLUMBER AND STEAM FITTER PRINTING Wedding Invitations Visiting Cards Birth Cards Mourning Cards The Calumet News "Firms YouJDhJght to Know" Designed to Place Before the Public the Merchandise, Craftmanship, and Special Service Offered by the Exclusive Shops and Specialty Stores Not Usually Advertised. FIRE ACCIDENT. LIABILITY. PLATE GLASS, STEAM BOILERS. BURG LARY. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE STANNARD INSURANCE AGENCY j. si Leery uni w. L Itsnaard, agents. I'aluniet Slate i'.ank Bldg., Calumet. Mali. -Phono Itt, M. ABRAHAMS STEAM AND FRENCH DRY CLEANING. DYING. PRESSING AND RE PAIRING. Merchant Tailoring. Ladies' Gar ments Remodeled. All Work Guaranteed. Goods called fot am) delivered. HI l--.' r.th st. CstlSMt, Mich. Phone No. f.3T-J. 314 Quimy Street, Hancock. Mich. Phone Smith 240-W. Joseph J. Wilmers PAINTING. PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING All (Voik Guaranteed. shop imsoetl Block, Heels st. Laurium Phone jio-m. -LET- MILFORD figure on your next job. Carpenter and repair work a spe cialty. Plans and estimates submitted. Phone No. 1. EVERYONE IS PLFASED including ourselves, 'lecause we are plea. led If our patrons ptoftl by our work and receive genuine ssllsffl -tion. Wo clean and pu ss a suit of men's clothing, or lady's tailor made dress, in S in. inner that matsa it just like new. at a liberal price Michigan Dye Works Phono 115 J. 5th St.. Quello Block. CIGAR AND CIGARETTE HOLDERS. Pipes repaired while you wait CIOMEI A DIANDA. 7th and Oak Sts. Phone 612-M. Fire Insurance Farm Lands $10.00 "" $1.0.00 er "h- ROEDEL BROS. Corner Hecla and 3rd Sts. Phone 577-W. Laurium. MINNESOTA HORSES Orivers, Draft and General Purpose I'or sj,'e and - eSange, i..n . stock always on ha nil. James McClure North 7th St. Phone 29. ALWAYS BARGAINS On First Quality Meats and Groceries .it- GRICHAR'S 90 MARKET AND GROCERY Oak St. Sf PIANO TUNING and 10 copies of De Luxe music VVI WORK GUARANTEED. McLoRan & Pearce Music Co. Phone 234. Calumet. SPRING STYLES NOW ON DISPLAY Call and make vour selection early. J. B, RASTELLO 328 5th St. Carpenter's MILWAUKEE RYE AND COTTAGE Bread For sale at Jos. Swykert Cor. 1st and Osceola St. Laur:um. Phone 436. McRandle BOOK AND ART SHOP. 103 5th St. GLEBEAS FLOWERS. Njw from Bohemia. CROCHET AND CROSS STITCH BOOKS. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. RELIABLE PIANOS HERMANNS INVESTIGATION will prove the superiority of the Calumet Mining Boot as to style, fit and quality over all other makes. Look for the word "Calumet" on each counter. Accept no substitutes. For sale by all deal ers. Made in Cloverlnnd by the Northland Shoe Mfg. Co. Calumet, Michigan. NOTICE On account of the poor times, we do first class shoe repairing CHEAP. J. R. SAARELA 322 Like Linden Ave., Laurium. Phone 312-M. HARD SOFT iijT MEM highest efficiency portagf coal a. dock co. Calumet Hancock Phones: 142 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson DRAYING Furniture, Piano and Safe moving. Phone 320-L. 335 Osoeola St. Laurium, Mich. JnvaSS lowest Jb There's kmMkr reason why HjKB bMSbTsBBh! a" ontler- J M ?nW sell all emjjB5j?5 c o m p e t- r I i t o r s. It i ! r f will pay you ml to investi-gate. 109 Fifth St. Billiards & Pool The best of tables and equipment TOBACCO, CANDIES AND CIGARS With every 25c or 50s pipe you buy we give you a pouch of tobacco free. Cubs Billiard Room Vegetable and Bed Plants FRESH STURDY PLANTS CELERY CABBAGE: TOMATO CAULIFLOWER ALL KINDS OF PLANTS FOR v SALE Harper & Thomas UNDERTAKERS & FLORISTS ORDER A CAN FROM YOUR DEALER TODAY E. R, GODFREY & SONS CO, SPECIAL ON SATURDAY ONLY FRESH MADE CREAM PUFFS VIENNA BAKERY Edward Keisu, Prop. Wholesale and Retail. Cor. Pine and 4Mi Sts. Phont .Ml. FOR A THOROUGH, PRACTI CAL TRAINING IN STENOG RAPHIC OR COMMERCIAL WORK, INVESTIGATE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Laurium- -Michigan Day and Evening Sessions. E. P. MURPHY tW K'f W iT." W i" ?UhCi Manufacturer of Monuments. 402 Oak Street, Phone 605-R HORSES For sale and e x -c h a n g e driving and draft, always on hand. Horses for every pur pose. Carload New Horseu for Sale M'DONALD & SAXBY Stable, Lake Linden Ave. Phone 603 Superior Pharmacy Calumet Mich. UNO M. MONTIN, Prop. Drugs, druggists sundries. Pre scriptions eipe fuily compounded. KELLY & LANCE EXPFRT PLUMBERS AND FITTERS 3rd Street Leurium Rush work a specialty. Let us figure on yau.- next job. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Phone 417-M. Bel, bm'J, .