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THE CALUMET NEWS
.PAGE FIVE WED tFlVTEWS of f?RATERNAL ill IN the A1 SOCIETIES II : 1 FORESTERS TO HOLD REUNION Big Gathering at Gay July 22. Offi cers Are Chosen r..urt North star No 17. Koreatera if America. ele led officers for the en- .iilna tank. m to I M. :it the hint regular meeting Thc ate as follows Chief lliilir Jabi'is Hray. Bub Chief Rate Hgretd Bi v. int. I'mam ial Sccretury - Thomas Hoi low. Treasurer -A. t Sliifork. i:, ! Keenei Thomas Her ry roan. s. m.ii Woodward Wewrd Rich- Jl.dH. Junior Woodward IMvv.nd Hfiry- in. in. s, nlor Doodle Ptornly Aver, junior Sendee John Chapman Lecturer BMWifl I'M wards. Truateea NatlMUltel white, Martin BanaOB atid William Moore. rhyelrian Dr David i. To. id. Court Deputy -Nathan tel White. The roRiilar meeting of Court North star for thia week arlll tea bald oat Hri day instead of Saturday pvcnitiK. The m m ly elected ofBcoro of Cwtrl John A. Bnbhi tfornateffl Of Ameriia, of K arsarKe, un as follows: Cast Chtef Hangar Wanrr Rowa. Chlaf Itangnf William Harris. Bub.-Chiaf Rnnger -Thomas Kendall Senior W oodward - Thomas A. Allen. Junior Woodward -tleoiKe Cornish. Senior lit adIc-Samuel ItliKht. Junior Itcadle. John Trei.-e. I.eeturer diver Uieh.irds. Flnance-Hecratnry -William Dunn. Recording iacrafry William Pol- laid. Tianauraf Frank Ham. Phyatclnn Dr. Johi etncltae. Trustees John I'enpinzc. DllgOnS ( 'unirnitms. Coppar countrj Foresters are look in,' forward with Kreat interest to the hiK n anion and celehrathm to he pur UctpOtOd in ten nil of the courts and thnlr frit ads, at !h.v on Jnljt IS, Court Traverse of tiay Is makim; strenuous efforts to entertain the visitors littiiiK lv u tins occasion, spocial oinmittee tenvtni teaan named to look after vari ous details of th" arrangements, this I l ine i In ftcnt reunion of Its kind held in Hay. bile nature 11) the main feature of the reunion win ie the fmteiminrng of the mentbom, their wives, families and friends, quite an int.'restiiiK pr Krain is being ariuiiKed as well, hvrmHng hurt addreaeea tei prominent naann '"is. among them. Bdwln Hflwarfla. Uprenna trustee, chairman of the da. 1 i ink Leonard of Hnhhell, Kiand suh chlef ruler for htlchlgnn; Senator W. Frank James, Attorney w. .1. ;ni- titalth, Sheriff Janus I'ritse, end 04 Rieroni others. . There will l.e sports of all kinds, in cluding a haxeiiHii frame' between the On) team and a team pu ked from the lourts of the topper eountry, a one l.andred-yard dash and hurdl" ra e lor l .t men, In jrWefc such well known athletes as i'ert Poole, James Cruse. W. I'ranU James. K.divin Kd wards and tlieis who have the iualilleation of l ouilupois. will partieioate. Hurdles will not he over two feet high. Music will he provided lor dnncttUJ Of the "lav orchestra, pufteheon and refresh ni' nts win he aajjred on the grounds, special w;Ji has been charged over the Mineral RnngO road for this occauton, kaeelng ijiko UndaW and rlubhetl at .s u. m.. Dollar Ba at X:17; Hancock at H.H.i; Osceola, :(."; Calu met t:2t; Mohawk. !:4" and arrlvint,' " Ony at IfftSt, UeturninK, the train will arrive tn I'aluinet early in the veiling. of M. of W. Local Maiea with InterefV alters a re look mi; tor w a i d to the special convention of the grass camp of Ifncenbeea of the World for Mi hiKnn. which will he held in Detroit this MOItth, at which the 1 -:il for a consolidation of the afnocnbeoo and the Ifnecabeea "T the World Will he tonsidered. The plan prepared tey the nffloiri of the lv.. bOd let met with the unanimous PPWVal af the ureal camp of the Modern afaoceboea ia-t month and if imOar notten is taken pf the k of M of the w. memhership. the COMOM HAS MO SUBSTITUTE POWDER Absolutely Pure ThPn'y baking powdmr mI from Royal Gropo Oroom of Tartar MO alum.no ume phosphate dathui of the nnj hodles will pra ti cally he complete. The consolidation will leave the Kreut tamp of the K. of the M. of W. a iiieinliershlp of from 6... 000 to 70,000 in MIclilKan and will make this state one of Um stroiiKcst in the union in poRM of memliership and will provide a splendid working capital and surplus. It is practically certain there will he no change nnjaMMJ UM local t tits of the K. . T. M. M . w hen the eOMolldntlon takes place. They will retain their separate Identity as tents of the Kreat lamp of the K. af M. of W. ,iist,ad of the Modi i n Mac aU and it is piol, ahle the fvv local Maicahees of the World win aJUlnte. At the ureal camp of the K. O, T. M. tit, recently cloned, Atteerl Brny of Calumet, one ,,f the Houghton COUOt) deh-Kates, was successful in sccurinu favorahlc action in the claim of Charles Johnson, a former local mem her. Johnson, after leaving Calumet, went to Vancouver, ami while there was permanently injured, losing tenth eyes in a bnanUnaj accident. As he ajaj engaged in a vocation recognized a:i extra hazardous, to which hiH ordinary insurance protection did not apply, his Claim was not allowed prior to the grant camp meeting, but when th matter was presented to the delegates, thev recognized the moral obllgntl and awarded Mr. Johnson ll.ttt, ureat commander George s. iove- lace of the Modern afnCCnheOO plans visit to the copper country tents dur ing the fall months, he having advll Od ( upper country delegates in attend mice at tlu recent state convention of that intention. W -Conclave Committees. Announcement has heen made hv Hiht Bmlneni Blr fCnlght cordon it i 'ampbell, grnnd commander of tin Knighta Templar of Michigan, of the i oinmittees for the st;.te (omlave to he held here next year, as follows: Jurisprudence K. K. S. Hutson, R Colman of Rnbtnanaoo, B. s. Hornet Mavnard of Charlotte, V S. Lttle Q. Vouiiyiave of Detroit; v. k. s. Onerga J, Harvey of Porl Huron and K. S. I ri d A. Aldrieh Of ITint. financial K. K. S. Chas. A War ren of Detroit, V.. S. Wm II. Weath arbee of Detroit, !: s Dan Zimmer man of Ann Arbor. State COM mittee - K. R. itroden. Bnglhaw. K. s. i. LUghlin of Houghton and Brims of Calumet. Inspection of Rituals, K. Moore, Grand Haphls, K. S. Thomas Wm. M R s. lacar S. H. Dru. . S.. Jas. V B. hV Hen- M inty re of Trav rae cit v. i "rav ford of Kalamazoo. Printing K. M s . George T, Cam ueii .u ifwoaso, it. v.. s.. unas, ;. iira- ham of Ithnea nrd R B. B., Pred if Jones of l.ansinu. .No. mloKy K. S. and Itev. lanil Montanus of Crand Itanids. Correepo.Tiettce- R, B, s. Wm. t; Doty of Ann Arhor. Core of rltuala IB. S. Arthur Hume of in oonot riiennial K. S. Jas. II. Crawford of Flint, k. i:. ii. fomeroy .f Bag inner, I s. wm. c. Qrobhona of sturis. special tmnaportntlon I s Qrenory f Detroit, R, s. wm. C vey of Benton Hnrbor and R, s 1 '. l ink of Kalatna:-. m, Instruction committee -K. S. PYed Hat - Chas. Wm. K. Klliot of Crand Itapids. The other ollicers were aniimin before. Uniformed Rank, K. of P. Soon after the l-'oiuth, steps will he taken fo secure a charter for th" I'ni- formed itank. Hnlghte of Pythhta of Laurium. More than twenty -live ap plication, the reojulred number, have already been received and the fortnal it of applying for charter and pro curing uniforms for the new teojgy will he taken up tmmedtetely, Assurances have already been received that the chatter will he granted. Laurium Lodge membem, together with the Lnurlum Pythian sisters, arc meeting with much success in their " dd Country store", in connection with the midsummer carnival at the driving park. So far the venture has exceeded expectations and there is lit tle unootlon ,n' rainnliiliig days of the week will he even more success ful. Sons of St. George. DlMI and All Lodge, Sons of Si. George win hold its regular kneeling this evening and will receive a report fnm the committee w hich has been al work on preparations for the trip to lahpeming in July to attend the annual reunion. The committee will announce the rates seemed from the railroads for this occasion and alio will un- nounco vvh.it band has peon secured to accompany the lodge, Practlcall) the entire membership will attend this big gathering L. of. M. of W. Meeting. The mem here of Cehamel Hive. 11- dlea of the MnOCnbOQQ of the World held an interesting public meeting In the Calumet idd I'ellows' hall Monday evening, being addressed by Mrs. Al berta Droelle of Detroit The Kather iiiK was well attended and a splendid program was icnihied. after which a social session was enjoyed. Odd Fellows to Church. The members of Calumet. Recti, ami Atlouea h.dRes of Odd (foUowa, rain met I'ncampment and Canton Copper City will attend divine services in the Lnurlum M. K. church on Sunday. Jttjjf 1 Itev A. It Sutdiffe, pastor of the Church, who will return from a trip tn southern Michiuan hv that date, will preach a special seini n - Elks Excursion Tickets. Ttcheta for the Brwt nnnunJ snwnieton ,,f the ( 'alum, t Lngf I of RUM WNte ORj on the at earner i: R gmpen July If. were placed on sale todav Coiisld erahle interest is being mnttlfeeted in ADDITIONAL LOCAL FOUR NEW TUBERCULOSIS GASES REPORTED IN JUNE MONTHLY REPORT OF VISITING NURSE NEED OF SEGRE GATION. Miss Henrietta lloflcnbaohcr. vislt Iiik nursi' of the HoiiKhton County Atntl-Tuherculosis aajntntf1 has made pnjhfefl her report for the month of June, showing that during the month, seven clinics were conducted, twentv Bva examinations made, und four new cases reported, all of which were diaK nosed as tpaestionahle. Hy national ities, they were: KtikIIsIi, 1; l-Yench, J German. 1, and Finnish-America n, 1. There was one death reported Jur iiiK the month. The visitltiK nurse made 68 visits during the month and the society sup plied i;v quarts of milk, while individ uate supplied tt (piarts. line patient was sent to the sanatorium. The work of the society is largely one of the education and prevention, the tOOChhlg of patients rules they must follow for their own welfare and to protect their loved ones from infec tion. Regregntion, so far as practical is the course followed, and the society Is very fortunate to have the Houghton county sanaturiuni at its disposal for the care of patients The need of segregation and the dire results which are apt to follow inti mate association of the well with the sick, were lltuetrati l in a case which i anus to Unht this a eate. Sixteen months a HQ, the father of this family died at nil home in Calu met after a kMUJ illness. Although spotlessl.v clean, a Kod housekeeper and careful so far as she knew, the mother contracted the disease through her attendance upon the father and through her the plagUO was communi cated to a little infant, hardly more than a year old. OrOOOra Of the society uripai the nn fortunate wonian to Ko to the sanitar ium with hr child while there was vet hope for her recovery, hut she felt it her duty to remain at home and so far as possible. Keep her little family which included two other little hoys. Intact. The hard work she found necessary to provide for her loved ones and can for the sick wore down her strength Fnrly this year she . insented to hav the child removed to the sanitarium hut too late. I he little one du d sin weeks nun. A few days later. tin mother finally yielded and herself be- aine a patient at the sanitarium. Shi improved allghtly for a time, but the disease had made too gfOaM headway ami this week, she passed away. Thus the Plague brought about three deaths In -the one family in about sixteen months, and at least two of the deaths niinht have heen prevented, the officer of the Anti-Tuberculosis society he lieve, by proper segregation of the Brat case. TAKES UP PIANO TUNING. The many friends of Lew T. Hall, who has been connected with the Pah 1 n Jewelry store lor number of years, and who for almost a score of years has been prominently Identified with the musical Hie of the communi ty, will be pleased to leirn that he is branching out into a new line, the tun ing a. ad repairing of pianos. Mr. Hall Is an expert at this work, having COm Fted a course at the Xiles-1 try anl achool at Battle Creek and having had nalderuMo experience. For the present Mr. Hall will continue in his present position, but later on tea plant to give his entire attention to his mu sical work and the care of pianos as above m at ioned. ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING. The annual school nieetm for DIs- trict No. 1 of Calumet township will be held at B o'clock, Monday evening. Inly 10 in the Washington school ball. The tiims of trustees. E. D. Johnson thin outing and it is expected it will prove one oi the most popular 01 the em 1 1 ev To Install Officers. Calumet bulge. X. 134. L O. O. F. conferred the initiatory degree on a lass of candidates last evening. Next fueeday evening the newly elected of- th ers will be installed by Fred Lenten, district deputy for Calumet lodge. Elizabeth Rebekahs. The newly OMCted officers of Flix.a- i.cth Retx kah lodge. No. II, u O. . f. will he Installed at the regular meet ing to be held Friday evening b) Mrs. I James, district deputy for the local branch. Hecla Lodge No. 90. At the regular meeting of Hecte dge No. ''. I O. O, F. to pa heM this eveninu. otneets lor the ensuing ve.ii will be installed and the third dagTM will be uunfetTed Oh n class of eandl- dmte Knights of Columbus. Calumet Council, Knighta of Colum bus, will hold a regular meeting tin.- evening in tne i.aurium nann naii. Fireworks and Carnival NOVELTIES WE CARRY IN STOCK A COMPLETE LINE. CALL AND GET OUR PRICES. F C. GLOCKE CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HECLA ST., LAURIUM. Laurium Department BIG ATTRACTION HERE NEXT WEEK Aeroplane Flight and Auto Race at the Driving Park What promises t be the bffgjggl at traction af the year in POPPQf coiintiy was boohed for appearance at the I.au rium driving park on July 1 1 -1 yes terday by the park ntUOClntioh, The exhibit will be in the form of an ado plane tUht and a series of automo bile races, the entrant:- in whh h wil he pilots of nations wide prominence. All of the prospective participants are i pelts who took part ill the Indiana polis races on Memorial day. While this venture Involves a con siderable outlay, the promoters feel that the copper country nw is in u receptive mood for gttch evelit.s. Fx eept for the Fourth of July tehlua- tions this week, there hive been BjO outdoor events since Ittl and there is little doubt that people from every town in the county will witness the attractions. An automobile speeding at a mile-a-minute dip In 'quite a nov elty In this section ami rgoe hi t ween speed demons who performed before thousands of spectators on the Indian apolis track, would draw thousands to Lnurlum, Among other preliminarv airan:e ments, it Is intended to have at least one Right on each dav and the route will be over every town In the district. This will be as big an attraction as the auto MCes because of the fact that few copper cotrnfry people have yet witnessed an airship in motion. Two or three Mights have been attempted In and Hi M. .Morrison, expire this year, but in view of tiie excellent service they have rendered the board and their generally ret ogni.ed ability, it is un likely they will be opposed, Reports for tiie past year will be presented and the ret minted budget of a ape nasi will In- passed on. CALL MEETING SOON. Minors employed bj the c. g) h. Mining compnnj win hpld a gteeting shortly to name committees to arrange for their aiinuaj picnia vvhuiU likely will be held in the C & ii. p.uk the latter part of July or early in August, inasmuch as no pi ni- was held last year, the minors are detern)U)ned to make this year's out!ng mora, nioceaa fill than those which have pro eib d .t. As usual the proceeds will he used in a clarity fund for the assistance of widows and rphans of the min ' is. MOTORCYCLE RACE. Rimer MacDonntd and tin- Calumet promoters of the agpponed atfiorcycte race, have decided the contort will be staged at the Hancock DtUftajg patk on.- greek from sui;'lav. The park will be in shape for this c on teal and it is expected it will be a very interesting one, inasmuch ag there are already more than twenty entries. DELICACIES FOR THE PICNIC. The full enjoyment of a day's frolle in the woods such as can he seen in a WindOW display all mxt Week lit the Market Place, can he realized by having us furnish the necessity arti cles Of fMd. We Carry Canned Meats, Beans, Olives, Crack ers. Cookies, Pickles, Cheese, Sau sages everything for a good lunch. FRUTO IS BEING DEMONSTRATED i Declare Your Independence by patronising THI8 up-to-date Sani tary Meat Market: but be sure to get your order in earl for the Fourth, as we close n day. In buying your meats HERE, you get unquestionable quality and vale? for every dollar you spend. These are points to be con sidered, with the present high cost of living. Wm. el. IkeunoUU f I , Vggant ' i v Jf g 1 el 'T-'"anannnPggaTCii -Tcr this distri t in previous years but high winds, or some other itu idi in marred the success of the (lights Further de tails of (ho attraction will be perfected in a few days. LAURIUM BREVITIES Louis Curtails, charged by Fianl; Zor.ok with assault and hattety, was lined $." and costs by Jusici .rinit ) est erday. Pted Tamhlyn returned this week from ;iube, Ariz. A Special meeting of the village council will be held tonight when labor accounts will be squared. Mr. and .Mrs. 1'ied Marston of Kv -aaaViUa, III. have ariiveil in Iuurium to anneal the sumer. FIRST CLASH BETWEEN THE NATIONALISTS AND ULSTERITES Omagh, County of Tyrone. Ireland. July 1. -The rival volunteer forces Jteterteae ami Katlonnilata, ongni into collision bore las! nighl and gag e lighting followed. Several clvlllnni and pidieemeu aaare injvrod when the dlaorden were unellod hy constabu lary charge in which batons were free ly used. DOING THEIR DUTY Scores of Calumet Readers are Learn ing the Duty of the Kidneys. To Sllter the blood is the kidneys' duty. When tiny fall to do this the kid neys are weak. r.uckache and other kidney i '.a may follow. Help the kidneys do their work. i'se Dunn's Kidney Fills the tested kidney remedy. i'roof of their worth in the follow ing: Mrs. William Miller, 40& K. High ft.. Ishpeming. Mi h., says: "I angered a Kieat deal from a lame un 1 nrhilMJ back and severe pains acrohj my hnna. it hurt me to BtOOp or lift and I suf fered from headaches. I loan's KiJaty Pills relieved these troubles." The above Is not an isolated case. Mrs. Miller is only one of many in this vicinity who have gratefully en dorsed Doan's. If your back achog if your kidneys bother you. don't simply ask for g kidney n medy ask dis tinctly for I loan's Kidney Fills, tho same that Mrs. Miller had. r.0e all stores. Foster-Milhurn Co., Prop., Buffalo, N. Y. Hi-member the name Doan's and tnko no other. fAdrvertteement) AMUSEMENTS. ROY AT THIATIlI I Next to Post Office. Jf f E.C. Richards, Mgr. ALL THAT'S BEST IN PICTURES Lubin Two Part Drama. A GIRL OF THE CAFES -tee) HEARST-SELIG NEWS PICTORIAL The World Before Your Eyes. THE SHEEP RUNNERS Selig Drama. -- 1 COMING. THURSDAY, JULY 2ND. THE LAST WILL Vitagraph Two-Reel Drama. SECOND INSTALLMENT OF MILLION HOLLAR MYSTERY MATINEE 2:30. Read the Story See the Pictures. At the ROYAL THEATER. LYRIC JLafi THEATER TONIGHT ONLY THE BARBER OF SEVILLE Kleine-Ambrosia 3 Part Drama. "IN REMEMBRANCE." SKLiu DRAMA AND A GOOD LIVE COMEDY. Coming Tomorrow THE BETTER WAY Sebg Two-Part Drama. U t Keci ggg Hon RenOOlUg Happiness DON'T MISS FRIDAY NIGHT. It's GOING TO BE THE BEST YET. A. J. Lesn and Snowball. Enof Said. SPEICAL PROGRAM FOR THE FOURTH. 1 1 qld hickory" furniture f FOR PORCHES t i ? T t t 1 t t t t i t i t I TO THE WOOD: AND THE $ if W f f 1 FIOCKERS S'J.OO UP- ARE MORTISED FIRMLY TOGETHER. INNER BARK, WHICH ARE TOUGH AS RAWHIDE, ARE WOVEN TOGETHER TO FORM THE SEATS AND BACKS OF THE CHAIRS, SETTEES AND SWINGS, AND ITS ELASTICITY MAKES 'OLD HICKORY" SETTEES 5 50 AND UP. A DELIGHTFULLY COMFORTABLE FURNITURE, AND PRAC TICALLY INDESTRUCTIBLE. CHAIRS UP BEAUTY CF THE NATURAL TREE. PORCH SWINGS. COMPLETE WITh CHAINS 9.00 WE ARE SHOWING A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF "OLD HICKORY" FURNITURE. COME TAKE A LOOK AND LET US SHOV. YOU SOME REAL PORCH FURNITURE. th St. -"You Can Do AMUSEMENTS. TWO DAYS SATURDAY, JULY 4th. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES ON THE FOU RTH COM M ENC ING 10:30 A. M. 1:30, 3:00, 7:00 and 8:30 P. M. General Film Co.. tine.) Presents A MILLION BID A Masterpiece in ive Parts 250 Consecutive Performances to Cap acity Houses in Brooklyn at $1.00 Prices. PRICES 10 PEOPLES THEATER TODAY AND FRIDAY 2nd IK MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY -COMING THE DAUGHTER OF A CROOK Eclair 2 - Fire Insurance Policy YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND? Do you want information or ad vice? Call us up. we will be glad to give the matter our prompt attention. Service is our hobby. Faucett Bros. & Guck X eeeeJeeeee ;eeeeeeMS AND GARDENS. IN "OLD HICKORY" FURNITURE THERE IS SOLID COMFORT. BUT SOMETHING MORE THE CHARM OF THE NATURAL RUSTIC BEAU TY OF THE FAMOUS TREE IT SELF. THE FRAME WORK OF THIS RUSTIC FURNITURE IS MADE FROM THE YOUNG HICKORY SAP LINGS, CUT IN THE FALL SO THAT THE BARK WILL ADHERE VARIOUS PARTS OF THE FRAME LONG STRIPS OF THE n in m '.'r-E.-. ::( I sa. zM FOR A DELIGHTFUL PORCH OR GARDEN "OLD HICKORY" RUSTIC FURNITURE ADDS THE TOUCH THAT GIVES CHARM AND BEAU TY. STRONG AND SUBSTANTIAL. IT NEEDS NO CARE: TO KEEP IT CLEAN JUST TURN THE HOSE ON IT. NEITHER WEATHER OR TIME MATERIALLY EFFECT IT. IT ALWAYS HAS THE RUSTIC Better at Bloy's"- -Ca I um AMUSEMENTS. COMMENCING AND 20 CENTS. Installment. TOMORROW - part Drama. Protect Yoor Ghildien Be sure of the milk you buy. Is it pure? Our's ia. Every care is taken to keep it pure and rich in cream. Let us drop bot t'e on your door step. Gloverlaod Dairy Go. LAURIUM, Phone 854, MICH. CHAS. SALOTTI. Proprietor. AIRV Co. .