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WEDNBtMV, JULY t, 114.
THE CALUMET NEWS 'AGE THREE Hancock Department IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY IS PERFORMED THIS MORNING MISS ESTELU WAGNER OF HAN COCK BliCOMES BRIDE OF ALBERT L. LUGER. An Imprcssf rert-mony was p, i -formed at Sfc Putru-kH ehurcb at T ,,yi.mW this Oi'H'i'K wlun Miss Ks ,,11,, w.iKiiri' Han. ink, daughter of Iim, i rt'derieh WitKiitT "'' lian , ,, i, i, (Mann- !;' bride of Albert L. f St. r.iul, Minn. The . . r, -ninny was pTformMl l.y Ilrv. Kr. T. j Atflild and as one tf th' ri-1tifsl affaire of thef. Und nltaeaaed In this I,. i ?tic ym- Tin- wi-ddliiK wan nt- d ly numlwr f relative and irr-nds. I Miss Kloiso Wauiier. slsl- r of the I M,i,., ittMM s liri'Usniaid while I,.. i,i iili-LTixiir w as Huiii-orir-l by Ins brother, John D bag of St. l'.mi Tin litidf wge a beautiful Kown il blue brocaded Jpiik nnd i arrhd a law ,, U, i ,.f whht liridai mse II. -r at- l, miaul woi'f I s-iwn of hiM-ndt-r and rarriod a holl.ll!-' ot i.inU i l ,,i ,w hiR th cfn-mony Mm- Ii.ii py i.. ninth ami ttfvtr.il invited eurats repaired tC tlM Wagner homt footer 0VaV where a ueddiiu; breakfast was n-rved The Wagner i, . .mi whs I... ;' Ifullv flei-orated for t. oCCgaion, lie dining POOM pre MntlM ' pretty app. avail- . the de ..... it,, us lielnir iirik roses, ft-rne and Krcnis. The othr n-ums we-e neatl) ,i uiiii Enisles ami ferae, The ,,,,!, was dnrutfd with daisl feral and greetm At the roncliwion of the wedding breekfhet, the hewn main, d couple were driven t eagjltoa, I oananled by their many friends, where they boarded the Anchor line sti-mnr - irara. fnr an xtrniieii noneymoon trip. Tiiey will visit Niagara Falls an-1 on will visit friends m will then journey to Buffalo, Detroit, their t- turn trip Chicago, They st. Paul, where tbej wlM ri-side. Tli-' brMU 0 ono of Hun m KV mo.-: charming young hdiee ami wae very popular among Ike ye1 I of this lit - and BeucMMtt ehe was bom and raised in llntvk and has been active la poelal eitvies. 'Fin bridegroega is i lueeejMtuA young bitilneeetean of ft. Paull and Is ln tereeted with ids father k the boge Furniture otupany -no rf the largeel fu'iiit in-" niatiufai i ;miii? i-nneerns in tin northwaet, The ut-.f-town present at the wedding ware, Mr. i Mrs. John x. Luger, mother ot fhe bridegroom i ,),p!iii I-:. Luger ami Mum Plivia JiiKer. ..a. i .-ill ,,f St Paul: ' Miss fJture Cussler of htsneapotta; 1 1 is IMt.-. ti S jof Marquette: Vaner."Mr . . '. Ray Wagner, DesRoelers, Mra. frank Ft ink K'tietsnn, nil of and Mis. tr . Pi ed Irs. Edward wiifs. Airs. lumet; Mr. 1 Irs. d-oj'e 1 1 K g", Maude, of Dollar Bay. and Mine Ars HWberle of NcbraflK City, N'elua.s'a. i COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT, City BoErd Will Disctfg Manv Import ant Featjres. The eeai-monthl meeting of tin lliuvoek city eouncil will he held this evening! when BMtteW of gem arte) IW BIT M lii'duled ty OOgB Up. The reoeat action m PUfptrd to the BtteraPl to eliminate the jreaft) es pense incurred throfwh Maintaining pump station No. I, probably win be dlw uaeed, This mattt-r has attracted con Idfrabbj attention and a an Im-I- M int s tep In the city's plan of eioti- tn . Should ev rthh.r he .-ttlpleted for this change of pfenptM, ih- city treasury will be) eeVed great expense In '.ir. to CPU and the citizens will lii tietlt liv the transaction. In fiipner year. tlie uater bag heen r-ej f i om stal Ion N i on l he lake No. and then CO to the i ity The al.oliMhh ,,f No. 2 will expense and it Is thouaht it atl easy matter to lorco the wot( r from No. I station directly to the reservjdr on Qulncy hill Something Terrible. Whole Body Affected, Almost Impossible to Sleep. Disfigured Face. Cuti cura Soap and Ointment Healed. Ivor-wood, Mich." Myhahy wMabOUl Wont be old hcn be first omn t ' regg OW with little pimples on bfhegd and faco. Thee bey would run water 'and beep get ting e-irso until hh head a regular ore mii .ri and water auld run an-l t ream from It and hH face .ib.,. 1 1 lit wholo Dodg van afleeted. Thev w ; lit ili arhltn l'lmulos whirh Itehed and liutiusl something Ills clothing stn1 to Irrttato 1,1,11 ""id l; was almost lmpelbli for him ' t night. They also llsllgurcd him M treI were oa bki taea, We tritHj medicine liut without euerewt. I le houble must have lantdthron or four Wee when I thought I would try the Cutl rra Soap and Ointment, (would hatho Hh warm water a wat as ho -ould "'"id an.l ( uilcura Soap, tttn apply tho t Ointment. Tho vojy nrst tlmo ut I Old ihU it wm.sl to relieve him as ho ' ' 11 ;l"d Inaldo of two Wwka ho was compWij healtsl. He is rtftw months old nrrcT has had any more trouble.". UlKBtxl) Mrs. L. White. JtuiThv, lttH. Samples Free by Mall A Mnile rAku of Cutlcura Soap (aftc.) and .;:i,f omemem fftOr , are often mStZZ the WOrW 8amI"o of each maned free, with Hkln Ttonk. AddroM Pt-card .: Cutlcura, Dept. T, Boston.-. tRUPTION 01 BAB! ITCHED AND BURNED TWO BANDS WILL TAKE PART IN GELERRATION MOHAWK ORGANIZATION ENGAG ED TO PLAY COMMITTEES WORKING HARD. it is lutei) that two bands will h imgeged t.. peay at finnoOeb'e cole bra. tioll of Independei lay. next Satin- tlav. The coinmlttfe in flhgFpl Of t lii ai raiiKfinent has alread eimaued tin Monawh hand for the daj end expects to sitiiiv the BarvlCOa of another inn lea organ lea lion, ArnufegesaentB wen pnn tlciil . on. In, led with the tluiuii band of Calumet, bul thai attempt m bag tailed, and it is up to those cliurKe to secure the 8tT Ices of other muetciene, i ii" i i inrniMees in ciuir e ot the var ious piirts of the eh liiatlon have Ik wmkijiK hard lor the past few days 'ini elaborate preparation! for tin. gb Borvaaoe have baoa made. The da) U to he esptclnll) for the children and everything has been directed towards that end. Ice cream ami cake will be served free of charge la the citgj parks to the yowngnteee during the afternoon. Tile races to he held in the after noon are eapoetod to attract much ut- t- nti hi. The lou-vard ilash from Ra vine to Tezem o street will be one event of laiportaaee and much amuse ment will result from the two creased piK contests. The streets will he decorated and also the stores and business pluces. It is expected the celebration this year Will be a safe and s ine OHO and thouyh the kids may enjoy themselves by setting off lirect ackers and other harmless OMWOgUU such articles as s-'iant llrei rai kers. toy revoJverp and ethor daaaerrsae plajrtbUuej will be prohibited, In the evening there will be a bin lireworks display on I'ottane lake. The morning parade will In- un elab- 'irat. affair, pirtfeularl) the callthurh piaa reeture. Troop a. of HanralT, will lead the procession, followed by l lie Mohawh band. Floats reniesciit - Uk the business places will he entered an.l leverul unique features are Drom- ised. In all, it Is expei ted ilan. oik's ctle- bration will be a good one nnd every poreon in the ( ty is requeeted to aid tile observance. WORK ON PLAYGROUNDS IS ADVANCING STEADILY DONATIONS FROM HOUGHTON CITIZENS BEING RECEIVED EVERY DAY. vvoik n the playground m yian lield iu Bee Houghton has been ad- vwncina etewdiiy under tin- personal llrei I Ion of Physh al I lire- tor Wanner of the public schools, and It is oxptvtod the ptaj t: rounds will be ready within a week. Uouations frtun HoiiKhton cltl- BCJHi have been hit renelni every day and the fund for the e,ui'rnent has Ice lied .1 t id v slim. When the play Ki'i'ilnds have been completed Ifoughton youneprtera wlH have all Xcelleti! pl.i. e to Spend the rwcntiun days. A baseball diamond haa l-een laid out and two tennis courts are planned. Other gBUnea BlOO will be played. The baseball diamond is an excellent one. The home plate litis been set at the east tn of the Held and a h.ick BJtop has been OBjagtf acted. The gold is ::.",n fc ; kmg and none but an excep tional batter Will he able to drive the ball to the lesidclices at the We.-t end Of tin- lield. Th- Held has heen leveled so that the diamond is perfect, Tho iftmln courts will be imsbrn. Win- netting fr background e win be btrtll within the n. xt few- davs and en thusiasts of this eporl may soon i njov t hemeeryea SALARY IS INCREASED. Tin- announcement comes from s.i la - sev - Washington of changes in the ins of postmasters in Michigan elal of which BffOCl the copper coun try The salaries are based on the amount of business done by the I'e- epectlve ofllnee during the past Usee I yaai today, Increeeee of Hog have bean announced in the annual stipends of Poetmaeter Dan Holland of Han coob ami Poamaeter John Ameeee of Lake Linden, while the salary of Poet master Chris Lowney of Laurlufn baa been ill- reaaed 1190. NEW MANAGER IS NAMED. Matt. Kanpas of lliininik was this morning named manager of tin- I'm;, ish Luthetan Itinik Corn cm of tlds ly to bUOOOOd .la-ob Wirsula. who baa acted as mana-.tr -f the COncOTU f. r several years .Mr. Kngas is well known In this city and his beep in the empfcl) of the Fmni.-h Lutheran Booh Coaoeen for eonee una fat Wlrouia, who resiKneil as manager, announces be will enter some colleve. ind havim: mnde his t Inilce of any institution a.s WILL INITIATE LARGE CLASS. Hancock council. Knights of Colum bus. Is nrrauglgg for the initiation of n t lass of cantlldates next month. Mfmbers of the COUm il ate active In the interest of making the elnss a laige one and the reports art very en couraglnR. The candid Met will re ceive only i h- Urol -h". roe ii this time and it is prp.bable the second and third d.gi.-s will be conferred later in the fall. Viino Makl was Hfrai-jned I f- i luatl t I hkern tills morning, charged with carrlnT pnfjroaled we.ipnns The man was examined this afternomi. ADDITIONAL HOUGHTON THOUSAND MEMBERS IS THE GOAL OF COMMERCIAL CLUB SECRETARY PRICE TO MAKE EF FORT TO SEE EVERY BUSI NESS IN COUNTY. In its effort to Increase the mini- borehlp t.. i leeretary Qaorn U Price -it Ha ropper ouniry Cegajaor clal ilub today htnan a (ampaign that will take him into evei v business house of the district. It is his Inten tion to go before every businessman anil ask him to Join the club. Jiec.-mse of the character of the Ojgggjllaation, Its directors feel that the request will he sufficient to obtain a pMeaberablp, and little dillicnlty in enrolling th, ad ditional members is anticipated. Numerous instances have been brought to the ntiention of the ehsh wiierein luisinessmeii have not applied for membership because no one had reuuested them to Join. The club feels that this altitude is WT04g because the organiagtion was deelgned to include every biiHinessman of the fllglpei die trlct. Furthermore the dub was a spontaneous oinaniation, the lirst at- tempt of merchants to make a con certed effort to promote the commer cial welfare of the communitv, and luh members teel that the mere an nouncement of the organization should constitute an Invitation to join. Si ii tetarv Price yesterday received letter which he characterizes as an xhihition of nerve. It wa a rOQtteel of a mail order house for the nam OB of .upper country farmers. As the commercial club's primary reason for existence is to promote business this district, nnd to comb.it the m.iil order evil the letter was Ignored. C0PPERD0M FAIR NOVELTY. Sis rctat V I ountry Pair .N . I l.i s of I lie upper association has received SOCIALISM IS CONDEMNED. Resolutions Are Passed by Catholic Order of Foresters. I'. Scholer of Hani oi k has returned On IrOnWOOd where he attended a Meting 1. 1 the high court of the Cath- oii, Order of Poroetors held in that eft) Saturday and Sunday last. Mr. s h. -icr is vice chief ranger of the Btate court . It is likely that honwood will be awarded the r.ir. coaventkm the court in that city extend ini an invitation for tin. meeting, The state offlceri wort authorized to submit the question to their respective courts at the next mei ting, Reeelutlona condemning Socialism in every phaee of its propaganda were adopted itnaalmouely, Two athat resolutions were adopted: om set pro teeting the comfhiselon naming Mayor Nathan of Home a delegate to the San I'i incisco exposition on the basis of jiis allege antagonlem to the Cath- ajtc religion and the other protest in--; tin- Pending of the Menace through the mails. Special emphasis was made in the Monet e reeoluttoa lor the scur rilous attacks the publication has mad. on priests and b latere, RABBI HERE FOR SUMMER. Tlie trustees of Temple Jacob have engaged the services of Kahbi Stotd ol New York to conduit services at tin temple and take ( barge of Ha- school during the summer months. Rabbi Stord came here last week upon lin invitation of the trustees for trial ba in one of the number of rabbis invit ed. The congregation will maintain a school for the teaching of Hebrew dur ing the next three months. HANCOCK BREVITIES. The regular monthly meeting u the Womank Home MJaeionary goeiecj ol the Coiiuregational church was held at the home of mis. p, ii. Btelgfcgck this afternoon. Rode rick Morriaon has returned from the IJntvaraity of Michigan, when be is entered in the class of dentistry. MaUl Friedman of San I'ranctaeo is in Kanooch on naguntr bueineea trip. The et earner Qrttfin hi fkankaiilug curao of coal at the People's Fuel company d ks. J. K. Berg of New York is registered at tho Scott Hotel. a. Wakefield of OMoaao arrived in HoAcock this morning roc eherl v i.-- it friends. Mrs. Maitl entertained at bet home esleiday afternoon in honor of the Mrtqday anniversary of her niece. Miss Mildred Claim, who is visiting here from Sheboygan. Mr. and Mis. .1. N. Stark ,.f I c.s .Moines, la., have returned to their home after an extended visit with County Agent and Mrs. Thomas Me dia in. Mrs. Fmil Barbel has returned from I let toil, where she has spent the past three weeks. Mrs. Barbel attended the wedding of her son, 1-Jmll. to a Detroit young lady. Mrs. DnVtd Coon entertained M.n day afternoon with a linen shower for M iss Csti He Wagner. Miss Mae Keougtl has gone to Mar tpiette to attend the Normal school during the Bummer months. Regain to Qutacy street paveeaeati are being made by Street Commis sion Husking and the traction cotn panv August Mette is seriously III at his home in Kast Hancock, Mr, Mette'el condition is so serious that it is not I expected be will survive the day. j Mrs. John West and daughter have' returned from an extended visit in Ofhkoeh. Miss Lucille West oT Osh- ! kosh, returned with Mrs. West, npd Is visiting bet at her home In west 1 1. in-... b, WMemores f Shoe Polishes FINEST QUALITY LAOCCST VAaiETY LDGt s ! ORESSIHC ! riAi h, snC ' SOP 1LNS PRESERVE I LEATHER "SISTOSIV COLOR f LUSTRC . "CHI tn onl ladies' i reaalaeUiai Minv ly - .munis Oil. Illu. k, KoHslies aial Pre mtvi s Imliea' at,. I . l.i.. . - ohm,- Hltlmul rubbing. -i. 1 KIM II t.LSS. 0C, 'giNgtr coml lost Bfoi .i.hiiIik: i i i , , BUsiodsof rmsetor tan shoes, 1& 'STa"i . "QtUt U WIIIIF ' in liquid f -nil vviili... i qui. I WefsemaM waasas ditty eaavas si i 1 "ALB0" ilt.in. and Mhllrns Bilk. M HI ( h SlUDt -I. i k s sitae-. In i ndwl paeaedla Btas hoseB, with spossi , i. in bead, ouic, large uiiiMiiniaii boxes, wnii tponxe, EBc Kfees Osatw easi set beep EEs feted se nt.ifnii -i i III,- (Tli-. III l ,,.H (,,r full no,- m, k:,i;, . rliai,;, , .l '. WHITTCMORE BROS. A CO., 20-20 Albany Stmat, Cambridge, Mm, fbe OM t n4 .ex-' .ifa-ufa. lute of Shof i' :! in tht World. a communii at ion from an amusement cotneamy, offering -i novelty nmuae- aians for the Doming Copper Country l'"air. The amusement bj a new device in the nature of "tanv.. w heeJ." It has ben reoenaiy introduced iu the large umuaement rt-M,rt.- of the east and ban nut with great eueceea Whether or OflH the feature will be se cured for the fair this yen- will be de termined in I In- near fut un . NATURALIZATION PETITIONS The following naturalisation peti tions of aliens lor full i-iti.cnship pa pers were posted at County Ocik Kaisers edgCC yesterday: I'eter Tan.' I. el mien. Finland, f'aines dale, Metg York, MMg, William c. Qiibt i t. Bngland. Mna ooek, New York, egg, John Turk, Austria. Calumet, New Yoik. Pitil. Frank Cekada, New York, Ifgg, John Qaeenoa, lank Travt-n, New fork VM. Austria, Calumet, Auetria, A ust ii:i. a lumet. Calumet MARRIAGE L.CENSES. The hist marriage licenses for tin month of dint Ware issued tin.- morn ing at Cxniiit.v Clerk tysisers office and art- luiiiibered 299 and 300, which means that gag Hemfmk let marrtegs have been bJgttOd totlate. The li- ensct w re issueil to the following: Jacob I'ltfK- and Miss l-Yunka Petro v h h of I'niri. -d ,le. I.-.iii i .1. Ce, I is and -Alls Malvitu- Pontalne uL J&ubbnlt m :m. P, n. Lagka A ! ( LavueiuEn, so. - ouaaeroe 1,1 Eld wards y- Co.. Ued ar t icU-.H fvf tnTOrpo' .: Ion a i Counti Clerk Kaiser's P. MMtfemof EHaln, 111., is v isiting in HouKhP Oil bu 'J!!. . . I'm the man that took the sick out ot Dan Cu-sick. R. Jobling, 0, G, Tho Chiropractor i! Il St. Phoi gg-J Calumet First Class Shoe Repairing CRIPPLES AND SPECIAL SHOES MADE TO ORDER TRY MY WORK. JOS. S. RAAD SHOEMAKER Bee Hive Shoe Store. Dr. J, O'Neil Veterinary Surgeon Office Opposite First National Bank. Residence Phone 183 M. Office 855. CALUMET MOVED to New Quarters on First St., Laurium eo Lewis O. Smith PLUMBER AND STEAM FITTER PRINTING Wedding Invitations Visiting Cards Birth Cards Mourning Cards The Calumet News III "Firms You jught 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. B Leary arid V. L. Stannar I. aganta, Calomel Btate Bank Bldg Calumet, Mich. Phong z'.&. M. ABRAHAMS STEAM AND FRENCH LrtY CLEANING, DYING, PRECSING AND RE PAIRING. Merchant Tailoring. Ladies' Gar ments Remodeled. All Work Guarsnteed. ijo.uls called for und delivered. 312 1-2 Ith St. i 'a lu met, Mlcli. Phone N'o. C37-J. S14 gulm y Stre. t, Il incoik. Mich. Phone South 210-W. Joseph J. Wilmers PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING All A'ork Guarantees). Simp- I'aucett Hlock, Hecla St. Laurium- Phone J40-M. -LET- MIL FORD figure on your next job. Carpenter and repair work a spe cialty. Plans and estimates submitted. Phone No. 1. EVERYONE IS PLFASED including ourselves, because we are ph a. ad IT our patrons profit by our work and receive genuine aatiafi -tlyn Wo clean and puss a suit of men's dOthlttg, Or a lady's tailor made dress, in a manner that makes it Jnat like new, at a libera pre a at Michigan Dye Works Phone 115 J. 5th St., Quello Block. PIPES CIGAR AND CIGARETTE HOLDERS. Pipes repaired wh de you wait CIOMEI & DIANDA. 7th and Oak Sts. Phone 612-M. FOR SALE 12 room house. South Pewabic street. Electric lights, water, etc. Good basement, for further infor mation call at our office. ROEDEL BROS. Real Estate, Fire Insurance. RicWard Bldg.. Opposite Post Office. Laurium, Mich. Phone 577-W. MINNESOTA HORSES Dnvere, Pruft and General Purpose 1st gale aa.l e ebange, i-srce stock si ways o" hand. James McCiure North 7th St. Phone 29. ALWAYS BARGAINS On First Quality Meats and Groceries ,it- GRICHAR'S MARKET AND GROCERY Osk St. PIANO TUNING and IU copies of De Luxe As f music UJtUU WORK GUARANTEED. AUI ok an & I'carce Music C. Phone 234. Cslumet. SPRING STYLES NOW ON DISPLAY Call and make our 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. New from Bohemia. CROCHET AND CROSS STITCH BOOKS. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. RELIABLE PIANOS at lowest prices There's a reason why we under sell aM I: will pay you to investi gate. Ii Fifth St. 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 eich counter. Accept no substitutes. For sale by all doal ere. Made in CloverlanJ by the Northland Shoe Mfg. Co. Calumet, Michigan. NOTICE WE DO FIRST CLASS SHOE RE PAIRING CHEAP. J. R. SAARELA 322 Lake Linden Ave., Laurium. Phone 31J-M HARD SOFT HIGHEST EFFICIENCY PORTAGE COAL A. DOCK CO. Calumet Hancock Phones: 142 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson DRAYING Furniture, Piano and 8afe moving. Phone 320-L. 335 Osceola St. Lsurium, Mioh. Billiards & Pool The best of tables and equipment TOBACCO, CANDIES AND CIGARS With every 25c or 5Gs pipe you buy MM ffyg 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 SALE Harper & Thomas UNDERTAKERS & FLORISTS ORDER A CAN FROM YOUR DEALER TODAY &0tfBUCKl mi ruMaeT, E, R, GODFREY & SONS CO. SPECIAL ON SATURDAY ONLY FRESH MADE CREAM PUFFS VIENNA BAKERY Edward Keisu, Prop. Wholesale and Retail. Cor. Pine und -1th Sts. Thone Kll. 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 Manufacturer of Monuments. 402 Oak Street, Phone 605-R. HORSES For s s I e and ex change driving and draft, always on hand. Horses for every pur pose. Carload New Horsee for Sale M'DONALD & SAXBY Stable, Lake Linden Ave. Phone 609 E st man Kodaks Premo Cameras 2ndSupplies. MoDtin's Pharmacy KELLY & LANCE EXPERT PLUMBERS AND FITTERS 3rd Streat Lsurium Rush work a specialty. Let us figure on your next job. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Phone 417-M. 3bep