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WEDNESDAY, JUNE If, W4.
PAGE EIGHT THE CALTJMET NEWS PA D r An Pit II ROW1 Mo. T COM oil . MUM Vir .I. Sli'M T) in 1' mi . OH in teril nit The ami Am line of r OS. tip Mil Sto Kiir us it i tn MM 1 i"i pit Mi hU Iioi till ati Tt .-h M n n Si el tu of lit T L: I r bi b; n in f. REFRIGERATORS .v feet i to llKAlm and CX)lfFOBT. A Qood Koii igerator in Saving of Food Supplies ami EooBomy in lee Will Saw It- '-t a Short Time. We have t1i'in in all si i a Prom $11.00 to S40.00. ALASKA ICE CREAM FREEZERS The up-to-date fYeeaere Makes tin Most Delicious Cream witn the Minimum of LaWor m2 its. to 15 tt. A FULL SUPPLY OF CARLTON HARDWARE CO. 400 FIFTH STREET. MAY MOVE POSTOFFICE TO THE KINSMAN BLOCK LEAN STORE WILL BE MOVED TO CALUMET STORE BUILD ING TOMORROW. Anii"iin nnu nt wns mad- tods) th.it II E I..-. i- . f CsJoSMt has porpOOMll the etlotMS of the stock uf the CslO met Store cum puny. t uethor with nthvr equipment, imlud.nK delivery u.i(n i;.H, SOTOM, ttC. Mr. LMW tSSM iiiutu'iliau- punc'Sin and having le.-is-n tiie I'aluniet St ore COttDOOy bttfid inn. will tomorrow hrjjin the removel of his mill stork of merchandise to the new quarters. An arrangement ha baea made, however, wh'-n-i,;, the itu uiar p;itrina "f llM stole will le taken rare of and liusiness will eoatiOOC Wit bool intert ui'tion. It Is understood that the Kinsman building heinu vatati-il I v Mr. Lean, and situatetl on the center . t Sixth and Sott streets has bWB tendered as possible postoffke site. Inspector S. Iil.i'oarh of Mani'Jetic CMM tO 'alu met last week to look over the building and while he made DO deftoite state ment. it ia intimated that he BOSsTted some slight alterations which Will make the belldinaj entirely Mtlefa 'tory. These chanues the owner is willing t" make, so it is r curded as a hrinht I .- . ; ' 1 1 1 1 V the nostotH' e w .11 lie moved to this bulMlna wh n the present mm uti tli Ryu build inn expires. TOWNSHIP BIRTHS. Se ll" h;iv- MflVd at lh" homes of Mr. and Mrs .John Vertin. ':;p' Count) road and Mr. and Mrs. Prank I'.insoii till ToOOe street and a if HgtltTT has been ban to Mr. and Mis. tn.i - J Kav. in of .';:'i CeOtttl road. Insure with the DetroH Life Adv.-tr Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD - YARDS AT PPcR CITY on 36. CALUVE Pbon- 8ivsHKe j . u ive4i ( State Sa vi I.AURIl ;M, Statement of Condition, March 4, 1914 RESOURCES. Loana and Ducounta Bonds, Mortgaaca and Secunt.ee Banking House and Fixtures Other Real Estate Overdrafte Due from Banks and Bankai a Cash on Hand Total LIABILITIES. Capital 8tock Surplus Fund Undivided Profite, (Natl Due to B , -- Commercial Deposita $467,070 90 Savinga Deposita 433,614 03 Total 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET, MICHIGAN. Capital Paid in $150,000.00 Surplua and Undividad Probta 250.000 00 LisgtUity of Stockho4dra 150,000.00 Interest Pa d on The LARGE CAPITAL and SURPLUS of this BNK and tbe LONG EXPERIENCE of its OFFICERS m CONDUCTING tha BUSINESS cf BANKING should makt .t a SAFE DEPOSITORY for part of your EARNINGS. Charles Brigqa, President. Pater Ruppa, Vice Prea't. J. E. SheparH, Ass't Caabier. W. B. Anderson, Vice Prea't and Mgr. Stephen Paull, Cashier. HOT WEATHER GOODS. PHONE 164. PAI VALEHTI IS SOLD. Finnish Newspaper Taken Over by the Finnish Temperance Union. The Paiv a U hti. the l innlnh daily in v tpnpf lotnu rly published in t'alu nu t. ind now of Huluth. and the week ly Bortolainen, published by the asms concern, have been MM to the Kmr.ish ToSBpTSnCS union. General aMOOOOf John Saari is am led by Nelson Teppo. a. I '. Hurja will continue aa bosiOMS manager. It ia said the lonsidi t.ition was Ml Till I th.. rata haa been h-.ird for more than two weeks and the re port of a probebta sale was snnoenc- d in th. SoOSMtST a QMS SSJo. The new tdttOn of the paper ate A. Kvarst, Andrew Riij i and Hani LsRttnea, th later beinr connected with the Puivu lehtl MVornl months ami as its ll.ui- i ... k representative. Professor tan drew ftfuetooefl recently returned from D ninth to be come the pipers repre PHlHtll I in this district. Kor s.'il fMM t'no temperanne union nu publinbod a weekly paper called tii' Raitttwlehtl and it is under' tood with tin' pttrebMi of the Taiva l'hti the former will he discontinued. Tndor tbfl uen Management the pub lication win be de rated to the ran of temperance In addition to lighting .-o, lalism among the Finnish people. This l ist Mtc makes tin- fourth time the publication has changed hands. When first published, the paper was i weekly known as the Pa Impel suo- metar and was owned i,y Tred Kari non. When Mr. K itinen went west he disposed of his interests to a stock Company in whose possession it re mained until a few months ago when tbe paper uns mov.d from Calomel to Duluth and taken oVOf by John Una rl. a prominent attorney and far bv : member of the Minnesota fegiala- ture. ffew display of panamag and rci auta at Vertin Bros.' a.- Co. Millinery Iept. 2nd floor, Advertisement -16 HANCOCK Phon. 122. 0'C' t o edmodbgdsdaggaodb . n gs Ban k MICHIGAN $ 646.028 81 192.612 34 37,500 00 8.236 36 1,124 85 193.659 23 59,632 ?2 $1,138,793 84 100,000 08 100.000 00 33.739 10 4,369 SI 900,684 93 $1,138,79 3 84 Time Deposita. FURTHER PLANS FOR THE FOURTH Big Attractions Will Be Selected at Meeting Monday further plana for Red Jacket's m .ni- moth celebration of the Fourth were ronsldgfsd at the meeting uf th Fourth conimitees held in the council chamber last evening and it wax tie i ided that at another meeting to b held next Mondav srantog it I oiloik definite arrangenn nta w .11 be made for big attractions to be brought hen on ih it oe ,,.-ioti. eliciting committees presented re- tiorta howlntr splendid lesulin and it is practical!) certain inai tne com- aalteea v ill hav e at their disposal a Fourth of July fund which will bt fully th. ctiual of funds rais. d in other ears. The temporary organization formed one week aKo wis made permanent with Fraag. n. 9t liiimabsr ehnlrmai of the (oinmitte.s and John J. Mttfl Jr. secretary. ommlttM composed of Oscar Kec konen. Frank M. Kinsman and John J. Kllis. Jr.. was select ed to inpKC music for the day and SBOt bet committee composed of Dr. John Miller. Fdward F. Oiddihy. Paul gchahV sat Keikonen and l-Tank M Kinsman was ( hosen to select Mb cemmlttsM which win be reported at next Monday! meeting. REMAINS ARRIVE THURSDAY. V I i Hold Funeral of the Late Private HendncUson on Sunday. Definite udvaes were received here today that th. remains of the late Pri vate ( 'si it f. Eiendrlckson, of Com pany F... Itth Infantry. P. S. A. whose .bath occurred Si Vera Cms on June :!, wiii reach csJomel Thursda) evening. The remains wire to have been ship ped from Qalvestoh on Friday but hlpmegl was delayed until Mondav. if Mtlsfgetory srrangements oag be made, it is probabta the funeral s. iv i. es will be he'd mi Bunday( so that the members of the Houghton Infantry and thi Hanooeh Msvsl KMsrvt as well as the EngiMWl BUty take part in the servii es. No word lias been received as to Winn the remain of the late Peter J. Patrick, Soil Of Alexander Patrick of i' .; i Clt) BM) bo expec ted, but it is probable they will reach I 'alumet about lb" middle of next week. The services will be of a semi-military nature and Ail! be held in the Patrick home in Copper City. Members of the Calomel Bnglneen w ill ad as pail bearers and the entire Company will march to Pine stl'et where t bey will meet the remalne and form a guard of honor on i. remsJnder of the journey to i.ake View cemetery. STUDENTS FROM COLUMBIA. Roy S. BMKfh of New York, a Col ombia University student, arrived in Calomel todaj and will spend about I uii! - bete during the preparation of a mining thesis. Mr. Bonsib la a brother of the fsmooi Colombia unl v rsity a printer, captain of last year'a track t i in. a party "f a dooeo or more Colombia students will arrive hvro tomorrow en a mission .similar to that of Mr, Bonsib. H. S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. T!l Calumet High Seho aasoclatlon has elected tin Athletic fallowing officers for the enaolng year: President Anile Foisey. Secretary and treasurer Mot rison. Memoir board of control Lyman Haloid t 'b Sting sale oi of trimmed hats Children! hats a M i!lin t v CO "th met Mich. Alive millinery. Kondredl at redUl ed prices. half price. Cowan a oi iak Sts., I 'a hi - l kaemenl KATHLYN PICTURES PART 10 AT ROYAL THEATER THURSDAY Manager E. C. Richards of the Royal Theatar announces that tbe tenth inatallment of the Katblyn picturea, which were bdled for pre sentation at that theater Tuesday aiternoon and evening, failed to ar rive in timo for preentation then. The picturea came today, however, and will be presented t the Royal theater at matinee performances gl 2:30 and 4 o'clock Thuraday after noon and Thursday evening, com mencing at 7 o'clock. FOR EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING GO TO A. SOLMONSON 418 Sixth Street. 9 Doors North of Kaiaei'i Blicsemitb Shop. : : : LOCAL BREVITIES. d a) e d a : 4 2 Mis. Pll.abeffi Ti n- n of Klin st:ii l departed laht evtlilllK for .NeW York iilv. where she will visit with in i bMthSfi IL OL Johns. Becaooa of the bign Mhool 'om tiieni cment exerclaes. there will be no paeetiag of the Ulrla' Cloh tbla week. Vn excellent program is 'a iiiif arr.uiK ed for next week's meeting. U. ulicn Stoppurd left boO MSgthsg f'r I let roll Hid Huffalo where he will ViMit for u short time. Mrs. W illiam Tucker of Ash street. Tamarack, and bar niece, Mlaa Nell Harris, will leave tomorrow msvsiSg for Pott Huron to visit the formers daughter, Mrs. Harris. Siciitd OsgSsV who bis been attend itiK the I niversity of Wisconsin, has returned to spend bis summer vaca tion here. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel :i ibhle of Iron wood are spendlnK their honeymoon with copper country friends Announcement has been made of the cent man-lane in Ih tn it. or Miss H. ssie arebam, daughter of Mrs. Bessie Warahsm forme ri) of Calomet, lames Uowe formsrl) of Mohawk. Miss Lg le HoskillK lias al lived home from iron Mountain, where she visited with friends and relatives. Mrs. Thomas James R'lU leave Sun lav for St. Louis. Mo., where ana) will visit with tier aaugnter, mis. amuci :. hois. Mis. William Lind underwent a suc aesfol operation in the ('alumet Public hospital this week. Miss Maiv fastle. who has been vis- Iting with friends in Lie iron lor tin' st two weeks has returned. Miss Ruth Cheerier slipped ami fell the Fifth street aidewalk Saturday enlOl and sustained a sprained aim. Martin Tiesiddcr and Richard Hill have returned from a very aucceaaful hlng trip to Keweenaw COOOty points u Suiidav". Mrs. O'Neill and dsoghtOf Mar- -uerite, who have been vlsitlllK with alumet friends since the funeral of the late James Riney. have left for their home in Denver. Tbe funeral of the late Mrs. Jacob Kama of Mohawk was held this after noon, with servicea In the Finnish Lotberan ohorch f Mohawk. 1. H. Iiinule of Ishpeminn. Frank RJngla anl Henry , Fink "f Heading, are biisim-ss v isitors here. P. Fernandez and I L. likes of Tampa, were v isiting In CalUHtOt for a short time. Misses Kli.abeth and LottlM Messtu t' have departed for Peoiia. 111., where their sister. Miss l-'l. ience MsOSnST will be graduated from the Itradlev DomSStii Science Institute this week. George McCtorOi Phil, Carl and pool pi termann and Richard Bennetta Cal timet students at the I'niversity of Michigan, are home for their BOmmeT v acat ion. John Hill, local secretary of the civil service commission a todaj conduct ing the examination of a pMopeCttVO appointee for the position of tmmlgrs Hon Inapet tor. The examination la being conducted in the Red Jacket town hall. COMMENCEMENT ACTIVITIES. The class day exetclses for the class f put will ie held in the assembly oom of the Calumet lii- i i school this venlnaT. a splendid .program having been prepared. The commencenl exer- i Ism will be held in the t'aluinet thea ter tomorrow evening. Owing to the fa. t Rear, a. p. Butcttffs is out of town. Rev. Daniel i. stalk, r, i. D bas consented to deliver the invoca tion. The remainder of the program will be carried out as previously an nounced. BOUT ON EVE OF FOURTH. Contract! were sinned todav fomslX round boxing exhibition to be Staged in Doan'a boll on sixth straai so the; . enlnR of July 3. Tbe principals will be "Kid" BVUnSSU Of Phoenix and founs" Kennedy, ..f Detroit, formerl a member of the Keweenaw mounted police force. Loth nu n are dever mitt artists and each vn i 1 1 have numerous! backers, r.ood preliminaries also will be arm lined. RUNAWAY HITS AUTOMOBILE. The delivery team of the Harvev pop factory ran away in Lauriuin this morning' running over the MO pavement and clashing Into the auto, mobile of ir. c. L Radii breaking fender snd damaging1 the bock and top of the par. nnollj tha wogon pole snd harnsog broga snd the horses wire broURhl under control. No one a In .iuted. The wagon waa fully loaded With pop at t be time. RUSSELL SILVOLA DEAD. The death occurred late vesletd.iv afternoon Of Russell, the little son of .Mr. and Mrs, IrviiiK Silvolu of Tam SraCll street, after a lotJ illness. Tbe funeral services will be held Thurs day afternoon from the residence, 103 'i a ma i ack at reel , I a iiriom, CHARITT, MUSICAL ANli RBAtMNG Given at the LaUlitMg bank hall l 'i i - da.v afteri n at .' o'doch Si which the professional artists of t'aluinet will assist. A feast for miiaic loving. Advertisement 17 Absolute steering sale of trimmed hats. Prices Rieatlv reduced t'bll dren'l hats at half price. tSovvan Mil- Woary ... vtu sod ak sts. Calomet, m ich. Advert Isemenl --') The regolar meeting or too Women'i Missionary BOCiet) of the I'irsi I'us- byterlsn ohorch of fiahtmel will bo held in the Sunday Mhool room Thursday afternoon at 2:30. a 1 1 v ertiaemi nt. i" Clearance sale of millinery, com BWnClni Ibis week 'ertin lifos. Milli- sery Dept. Advertiaeiiienl II Insure with tbe Iietrolt Life. Adv. tf BOARD MAKING EXTENDED TOUR Will Prepare Plans for Work to Be Undertaken This Year The I'alumet township board Is to day making an extensive tour of the township to ascertain what work will be necessary this year. Members of the boa id and township otti, ials departed in two automobiles SOft) this morning and will make thorough inspection of the township, Visiting Popper Pity. Florida and c an lOOSjal Heights townsites. the l.ak shore I. at;, n and the Timi Rock val- lc disti l, t. The londitlon of the reOdn will he niven first considei at kMI and a program of road uctlvitlea will mapped out for Overseer of Hiuii- wavs James Purnll Attention also will be given to the need of new rOOdf which have been petitioned for and a -Hoi to be tuKcn at future meetings win be governed by todsy'a inspection. The annual spring eleau-up has now been completed in the various town sites and the overseer is prepared to take up road work. Some of this has already been started, namely temp' i -ary repairs on the Lake Linden road and Hhe roiling of the road between RafSOVa and AIIOOM win. h rOOgntl has been covered with gjgvoj, It is prob able other woik will be authorized, fol lowing the township board's inspe lion tour today. ON HIS WAY TO INDIA. Rev. M. A. Peterson. Formerly of Calu met, to be Missionary. ite. m. a. Peterson, formerly pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church cf Cslomst, but mors reoentlj of Hanles Falls. Minn., arrived In Cslomst yea terdav and vill leave this eVOflJog I"1 the east where he will v isit lor a shofl lime before '.uling for Norway and later for India. Itev. PstSTOOg is Pa, hi;; the ministrv to ennave in mission ary work. Hi will sail from New York on Jul) 14 for Norwav and after a visit there will spend a short time in Denmark be fore de parti ni for his mlMlonary sta tion m the mountain r.-Kion of India. ttev. Peterson was pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church of i'alu met for an extendi d period up to about ten eais ago and is well known in Calomet. Ha addressed a congregation of his former parishioners at tie aporcti last avening, telling them of 4 I lit Uf Don't Know What to Give for a Gradu ation Gift? Why. here's a whole store full of practical sugoostions gifts that will be appreciated and that you will be proud to give. It won't take ten minutes to settlo the question here. And always keep this in mind a gift from Warren's is good to give, good to rtco.ve. SUGGESTIONS GOLD JEWELRY: PI 'N I A NTS WITH CHAIN! $2.i0 UP. BROOCH i s. 50c I'P. RCARF l iNS. 25c PI'. BRACELETS, $3.00 I P. CUFF BUT! NS, 00c I P. if I X. 18, 51.00 PP. STERLING SILVER NOVEL TIES: TI IILETWARE PUR8EM VANITY BOXE1 COIXAR BUTTON BOXM NAPKIN HOLDERS spit s :. TAOg DIAMOND GIFTS: RfNOB LAVALIERBg BROOCH ks aCARF PINS CUFF '.INKS LAPEL chains, BTCH BTC. WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS. -4d 'WARREN JEWELRY CO. FIFTH ST. CALUMET For Friday FRE8H CAUGHT LAKE SUPERIOR WHITE FISH All kinds of COOKED MEATS for picnics, etc. VEGETABLES and FRUITS. Quello's Market - SPECIAL POCKET KNIFE SALE NOW ON A i KECKONEN HARDWARE CO. 5TH STR. Shrewd ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR Oxford Sale t is tion, not a yet-rich -quick propose no odda and ends. No shoddy or rhon worn goods, every pair guaranteed this Mason's merchandise. As weclo not want to carry over a sacrificed our profit, and are Offering discount Of One lot of $3.50 and $4.03 Oxfoi da to go at The Boston Store LAURIUM. Positively of BIG $5 RUPT SALE STORE CLOSES FOREVER SATURDAY NIGHT, June 20th AS THE RED FRONT ACTIVE CONDITIONS in the lumber trade arc nu lurally what we with. How ever, be your lumber wants lL' or little, we arc ever anxious t suit you to a nice ty, and the contractor.-, builders, house owners and carpenters will tell you that ,u)od grades at popular prices is the rule at our J ai ils. M.iy we iioto you . Armstrong -Th id man Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK Safeguard the Health of your Fam ily by having us supply you with our MILK. Let ua put a bottle on your door step today. Cloverland Dairy Co. Our milk ia alao for sale at QUELLO'S MARKET, Calumet: SIMON LEFEVRE, Launum. We have juat put on sale bO doz. Shuredga Pocket Knivea, and whether you require a pen Knife, Pocket Knife or Stock Knife makea no difference we have them all, in a variety of styles and patterna that will aurely please you. Regular price of these knivea runs all the way from 75c, $1.00 to $1.25. We have put them on for tins aale at the VERY SPECIAL PRICE OF QC Come and make your selection while the stock ia complete. CALUMET. Buyers single pair after JULY 4TH we have them at a 20 $1.95 Last Week the TORE J Is there, anything about your Fire Insurance Policy YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND? Do you want information or ad vice? Call ua up. we will be glad to Hi"' th matter our prompt attention. Service is our hobby. Faucett Bros. & Guck 0.000 BANK