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WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE EIGHT PRESERVING TIME Mean. t you .ou.d have a Kettle for this work that is ean.tary and dc not chip. Sea atM IUM of ALUMINUM. BLUE and WHITE ENAMEL and CRAY ENAMEL Kettlea all met and of first quality goods. Also full Imi of CULLENDERS. JAR RUBBERS. STRAWBERRY1 HULLERS. Headquarters for Kitchen Goods. Green Stamp givon for Cash Sales. CARLTON HARDWARE CO. 400 FIFTH STREET. PHONE 164. -"V . 1 If in ' ' V r f r envoi nor j ne r.you i pant nothing Vernf money grvvf a orfttnen I WHA T&OB VBR BOWBTH, THAT A I. so SHALL, HE RBAW You cannot reap ttiiytititm else! j ou l 1S T wup what you aoiTa j " w .iif . )rttmi-, Il.r rill. HBBD thai irifl produce . fori une. Oie depOalfl itl Il t ;nutt1n t- in the h;mh fa fic- ...' fi.if ktea gmwn . i-t-.if forf iioeti Start banlc Bovounl and have montethinn in youv til. I) .tli that will ntalce v on secure und comfort ubt9 Our imnk fai at mm place iir m r tnoncy r urow u TOUR banking with US We pay .? er cent compound Interest on SavInQ Deposits. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURIUM Capita (100,000.00. Surplus and profits $45,000.03 Open Every Saturday Evening. WITH M LOGAN & PEARCE. Ralph W. Wilson of Lansing Sccurss Interest W Bus ncss. Ralph HT. Wilson, saaaegef if the Cablt Plana company's branch ttort In 'uluinet fr aa tattooed period and faster Bsanaaet "f th Cabfc ami K:m batl branch yt'.riH ,n Lansing, arbo bat beea speeding wtcatloa m Cahoaet, pat tecared an Interest in Mm bnataeet at the- ji tin c,f McLogaa tad Peafct at thin city. Ha will be tatutltltd with In mpany in the future rk manager of ill' piano flspartnwat. a poetMon fr which hJi loag experience quallnea bin splendidly. Mr. Wilson la v ii known in Calu iin i bavini bean located beta far aa m. : .i. .i pel tod up tn the Hate el bit departure for Lansing three .M ar age. Be baa alwnyt had the Interests if the copiwr country at lie.irt ami felt that ha belonged to tins region, Mr. W'ii aon't man) Friends win welcome hin return to Caltuaet ami Feel coafldonl that his aaa buaineaa connection arltl be a - iceeeafnl one. 5 State Savings Bank LAURIUM, MICHIGAN Statement of Condition, June 30, 1914 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $ 641,803 71 Bonds. Mertfaget ind Seeuritiet 197.420 30 Barking House and F xturcs 37,500 00 Other Rf.il Estate 8,236 36 Overdrafts 9 25 Due from Banks and Bankers . . 76,182 19 Cash on Hand 72,134 31 Total ..$1,033,291.18 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $ 100 000 00 Surplus Fund 100,000 00 Undiv.dend Profits, (Net) 28,522 69 Due to Banks -nasi 213 18 Commercial Deposits. $382,329 89 Savings Deposits 422.::25 42 804,555 31 Tot"l $1,033,291 18 eeaeeeaeeaja)eeeeeaaaaae ataeajf t a STATEMENT OF CONDITION 0f the Merchants & Miners Bank At Close of Business June 30, 1914. RESOURCES Loans, Mortgages and Securities $1,608,574.41 Overdraft, ' 19313 Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 14 000.00 Cash on hand and in Banks 1,074.884.04 $2,697,651.58 LIABILITIES Capital 8tock 150.Q00 00 Surplus Fund 200,000.00 Und vided Profits 57 690 51 Depositi 2,289,961.07 $2,697,65158 Fine $300 00 Piano, good as new for $98 at GRIN NELL BROS. BIG PIANO SALE, op posite city hall.Laurium ' e Good used onran for S15.00 at GRINNELL BROS. BIG PIANO SALE, opposite city hall, Laurium PLAN RESERVE DIVISION HERE Petitions Being Circulated Among Calumet Young Men S. C. Chynowoth Insurance Agency. Firo Insurance. Adverl Inemeni -if B Kcrnt'th t. Voyht, Mgr. Kenneth E. Voght, Myr Pictures for Particular People" A PASSOVER MIRACLE a remarkable two part Kalem Masterpiece, depicting tottst of the beautiful ceramonjet of tha Jawlah reliplon throusjboul which 11 tlc-li-;liiful love story la interwoven THE FIGHTING BLOOD A i w . . pari Lubin Drama, pofea t'ul in plot and onstrtii't ion. Tl . itory ot yottag man dtatihariia 1 from the artay aad latef by his dar in a idy in tin i apt iitc of n ilcapfT- ita band oi snroulen and wins place in th revenue aaTTtaa A TICKET TO HAPPINESS a piippinfj Waatara M atodMuaa ii Sehg. ADMISSION FIVE AND TEN. TOMORROW NIGHT 18 SPEED KINGS' NIGHT They'll all be thcr. An e0ti i htiiiK' Baada in 'alunnt to organise a division of tho naal rt- attra to tuki- tin- ptaaa t Rata nuhtt dix'iaion whiiii rinntty was muf- i!,ii am baaawn af aaataflti aap aad lack of support. Thrt- ptition arc being i-irculuted arnon pnmpivtivc uu-nitiors and Bi soon as forty MgM tur-s an- racattrads aPfPtaflatlaa trill ' m.ui.' l luiMiufs mi n of v'alutiKt ami Uiurium to A.ljutunt tUneral Ry Y.imh nook, for adinisfum afl tht te.ond battalion tf 0st state reserve the plaiv formerly held by Kscanaba IMvhteen s:iiatures ha- already e n tt nad and from the interest mani tested no difficulty will be exp riein I in rea"v,ntc ,ie rein'rto number witl -in I few duya. There ;.ic abeBl tlprty young m-n In raluitl traa have al diaTaraal tinn-s baaa members of the Haaooch division of the naval rsere. making cruises on the YantP to different points. Three falnnMi povai men. DarlaiM Lantt Will Kniel and Will Kaiser at pres Mil members af the Hancock division. A committee of six af these fi rmer members and others interested went to ll.in oek Monday evening and con ferred with Lieut. Hecker relative to their prospects and w. re assured that if a division is started in Oalumet. it ..l re., he all possible assistance from Hancock naval reserve .tHctr aad members. Win n the division is I igailltad here, present members of the Baacoeh raaarra arm transfer to the local division. Eqiupment Available. In onb r to be elii'de tor member ship candidates must le seventee.i yaafi af act, at over. Baltataaeal i for i eriod of tana years. Win n the Rpt ajtaba division was muttered eat, roetwan Oattla of the tfanoock reserve went to that city and took caaraa of eqatpaaeat, brlng tea aomt "f it ba tha Taatlo la Haa em k and diepetebini tht remainder to i.4insinK. This aqulptaaat trtH he avallabla for the Calaaaal division . In n it Is orranized. Although it Will be impossible to organist tha local reserve in time to participate la the AUgltsi cruise of the second battaHoa tho propoatd Calusnei division undoubtedly will ba in time to take part in the trip to New York and crutaa to Paaagaa next tvrlng to par ti, pate In tha ceremonies atarklBg the formal open lag of the I'anatna oaaaV second battalion will leave on March lOF New York, making the trip by rail and from there will cruise OB one of the big battleships to FlKl- ansa. .tter participating in tha cere monies connected with the opening of the big ditch, tha reserves will go north in the Pacific tO San Francisco Q attend the exnsitlon nnd will be returned to Michi gan bp rail, making a com.'ined rail and boat trip which should afford un limited pleasure as well as lve the rlttnea sailors much valuable experi ence. Practice on Calumet Dam. The local division will ii"t he eon- nned exclusively to Calamei and iu rlnati bat trill am apt as members re sidenti "f the aorth end of tha district, k, iraarge and Wtotverine and the Keweenaar county towns Baateeaa in of Caluatti ami Laurtttm will. boweeeTi be urged to support the n- t. r rise and to assist in the effort to prevail on the state military authori ties to approve fttaaaet'a applh itkag far membership. There is Utile ques tion that Adjutant Oeneral Ito.v Van daraaafi wlli do bis utmost to assist the movement. Although falumot has no water froatagn. HpJtg interested atsatajsi that tha CaJsgaga dam provi.l. s ample op portunity for boat atactica and with the Yantle stationed at ttaacoca esjat twelve miles away, they ar. even bet ter situated as far as actual exper. anea this ioat la aaneagtjspA than was the reserve division at Ks.ana'n The rogress made in the movemi nt v ill be watched with Interest in I'alu-met. COPPER COONTRY MEN TO PEACE CONFERENCE PLAYGROUND TO OPEN JATURDAY Exhibition by the Children to Be Interesting Feature JOHN D. CUDDIHY AND JOHN MANN TO ATTEND MACKI NAC SESSION. C nm tititittm $1.25 per week and up will deliver a piano at your home at Grin nell Bros. Big Piano Sale, Laurium. Mich. John i. Caddlky of Calataet and John Mann of lloUKhlon Iwe ar- ronstsiii to leave Mondav Btornlaa bi boat for Mackinac Island where thc will attend the bIK peace conlerelict Ceiled by the American Peace OsgMU narv I'oinmittee in connection with the celebration of the lni'th anniver- m v ..r ir ireaiv oi iinem vi si i uddihy and .Mann are amn,- the twi nty-hve delegates named to repre s. nt MUhiuan at this gathering by lovemor Woodbridge N. Kerria. The leaslna wtW be in progtaat July .1 ind ft, Amona the matters to ba considered m this, gathering is tha formation of an AssWtican-t'anadian-Newfoundland committee, with reference to tha peace c ut. nary celebration: the discussion Of international boundary monuments, to ai range for maritime pageant! on tha great lakes. Including tha marine panda from Buffalo to Duliith ton. h Ing I "th American and Canadian ports, and other matters. Naturally tight seeini trips about the island and other featurea af entirtainnient will be bg eluded. LOCAL BREVITIES. Will Hall Calumeti bj here. of Datr ipendlni i it, formerly of brief vacation Miss Margaret Whiaton of Chicago, la rlattlng at tha Hater home on Ham ttret t. Harry Rah af Mm Roanina nactrtc Co, force was painfully Injured estet d iv a hen he sustained a bad fall while Working near the Arlington Hotel. Mist Delvlna Tobin of llavtnbaul toara has gCSJM tO Milwaukee, called there becauet af the serious lUaaat af her sister. MiSfl Thelma Wearnc hat gone to DalUth, where nhe will visit for a short time before htglaarng i tour af the lakes. Misses Kathrvn and l'lorence Lang iefi on the octorara for Detroit aad BalSata, Mrs. iM ESd wards and daughter. Miss Irene, who have been visiting in le- troll and lower Michigan cities, havi returned to Calttmet. pen-air cowcertt will bo liven by tin- foil C. i 11. baud at Dollar Bay this evening and at Ahmeek Kridav e talng. Miss PTorence Teddy has goat to De troit and t'hicago. aftsaffO s!ie will visit. Aawounctnstal has been made of the engageatenl of Miss Mala Btutte, daURhter Of Mr, and Mrs. .Joseph Stut te of Tamarack tO Alvin H. Sin k of Culver, Mich. They will be married Sept. 4. Miss N Qerber left yesterday for Minneapolis and St I'aul to visit. Milt I'lla Joaey It spending her va cation 111 Manitoba. Ray Renwlck of Flint is expected . rne hurt in the near v a. a i ion. I future ti Mid Mrs. Murdoch Mi-Duff ami daughter ire vlaiting with frtoaaa hi Port Bbrta tnd South Hampton, Canada, They will also visit in Detroit and return to Calumet tha latter part of Auguat, Tha CA'WJMBJT and TAM i: KCK M. B, si xday SCHOOL PIClfJC will be held at Crestvlow Tlinrsdav. Julv If, Traill will leave CtllllBtl ai I I. ! a ui iiim at IjtO, Tram will tlaO run into Laurium on return. Advertlae ment-16 For the Sons of St. Qoorge reunion at Ishpeming, Jul) lath, to imIi., tha DOLUTH SOUTH BHORH A AT-l-.W'TIC RAILWAY will run Ipecial trains from I'aluinet for the Ihk lav, Saturday, July 18th. special will leave Calumet i:if a. M.. Baneock, i:Stj A. .VI . RoUghtOa !t:0u A. M. The lol lowing low round trip excursion fares will apply valid on special only, Kron Calumet M.bt; Lain Llnoen, IS.tl; Hancock, S.M; HoUghtoa, t.M valid for return paaaaga until train No. 7, leaving lahpemlng mldnlghi Sunday, July IIHli. BpecUU trains will be run in one direction only, Advertisement. 17. Regular meeting of Lady Vr ltlerd 1 1 1 . - No. 4s will be held Thurada) ui ternoon at ': :P. Advertlsement-16 Safety Razor blades sharpened at Stafford! father Shop. 30:. fifth St., Advertisement -K-10 'aa M We make it easy for you to buy your piano now. Sale ends this week buy now, pay later at GRINNELL BROS. BIO PIANO SALE, opposite town hall, Laurium. Announcement was made today that th. Rod Jacket plavuround will be for inallv , poncd Saturday afternoon. All of the e.iuipment will be in position by that time and It will be ready for the use of the chlbfraa during the re mainder of the summer. Tho BjgJP groand will ba eaagsal with a public exhibition, a rather novel program in which as many of the children M Bl uinet ai possible will participate, hav ing been arranved. At : o'clock Saturday afternoon the cMkfrea f Falaraet. Inrludlai tha var ious branches of Boy St outs, t aiiip lire nirU. boys' band and all the children w ho can i.at tlcinate. will meet lit the Laurium playground. Bach will carry a Halted States gag, A parade will be fi rmed, koiuk south on llecla street to Third, west along Third and Depot to t ilumet avenue, north to Bad Jacket road, west to Fifth and north to Bags. At the playground an address of wel- aaaa trtU be delivered, and the exhi bition will start, the children which have been attending the l.auiiuin play- a round executing a number of Swedish and Danish folk dances and playing rallies that have been UsUghl them by Miss Irene I'ariiham. supervisor. The boys of tha Calaaael y. m. a. un der the direction of i'hysi.al Director John Johnstone also will nivc an ex hibition. Special benches will be pro vided ror tin- aa) ami it is expectea ine outing will prove very pleasant. HIGH GRADE ALUMINUM WARE Ideal for cooking, light, easy to clean and unexcelled for dur ability. Fruits or other food msy be cooked without danger of burn ing or eticking to the vessel. Cannot rust, cannot form poisonous compounds with fruit acids or foods. We have juat received the largest line of Aluminum ware ever shown in Calumet, and would be pleasod to have you come in and look it over. Replace your old enameled ware that wears out with alumi num utensils. KECKONEN HARDWARE CO. 5TH STR., CALUMET. STARTS WAR ON BEGGARS. Professional Given No Clemency Justice Jackola Today. The first sWftttlte step to stop the nulsan. of professional hennara. some t whom are said to work for a Iick- gars employment agency, ami to tnere their profits with that institution, was taken today when Alfred Oberg. a Ung man. 11111111." both tagl was ar- ited and arraigned before justice Inckola on a disorderly chance. 11 was 1. 1, mi d Oberg bad been fair!) success ful in his i ainpaigu of solicitation in Calumet since pay day. and that in- I .0 'cumulated a nice little wad of nay, which ba proceeded to tpend freely in "laughing water.'' in short time, he lost control of himself and it is said cursed everyone who failed to tbeerve lha hat. Justice Jackolt or lered the man to take the first train mi of Calumei and if ha is again ap irebended In Houghton county, la promised n year a sentence to the nia w orkhouse. HMTg has complete ly disappeared. The case of Moses Johnson, Charged with assault with intent to do graal bodil) harm less thin the crime of murder was continued by Juatlce Jack- la until next Thursday. Lane Boaantch, charged by Mitt Bo- .ann h with beatiallty, was this morn ing hound over by Justice Jeckola fat trial at tht next term of circuit court in September. The tax roll for the village of Red Jacket for lni 1 as approved by tht trusters has been placed in my hands for collection. 1 win be located at the lied Jackgl town hall daily from 8 H. in., to 1 m., and from 1 to 1 p. m., for the purpose of collecting same. JACOB D. KAISKU, Treas. Advertlsement-16 Riokard't until Julv J An Ind. .studio will be cloet Advertisement 111 ROY AT THEATER Jjj Next to Postoffice, Calumet. TONIGHT Two Big Specials HOUSE OF DARKNESS Two Reels THE PRIZE EMPLOYER Bio'aph Comedy. COMING, THURSDAY, JULY 16. Afternoon nnd Night. MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY Two Reels. sntgtBegneta BIG PIANO SALE ends this week. $550 Player Piano for $298 at GRINNELL BROS. BIG PIANO SALE, op- posite City haii, Laur- ium. "naaettaeaaenee Removal Notice From 210 Fifth 8t. to 2nd Floor, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg , 5th St., Calumet. Phone 655-M. DR. R. P. NEIL, Dentitt. Get a lot more than your money's worth YOU always do in a HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT, but right now there's still a bigger chance to profit. We've made these good clothes still a greater value for you by reducing the prices on the goods we received this spring. You'll help us to get ready for a big fall display; you'll help yourself to a heap of added value. These prices will give you an idea as to the money saving here. $27.:)0 Suit J.50 Suits . $22.00 $21.00 $25.00 Suils $22.60 Suils $20.00 $18.00 Straw Hats In order not to carry any over we have decided to sell them all at HALF PRICE. OXFORDS, $4 00 VALUES, FOR $2.60. The Boston Store LAURIUM, MICH. A BIG CONTRACT or building lumber, t' OOUrM, is good to have, es pecially at a lair profit, lut We art- also fflad i got small ones ami will treat a small customer with all due defer enoe. So whet her you want to build a big hotel or a small dwelling, remember our busineHfl is to supply you with all kinds of lumbei of the hest quality ami the right prices. Armstrong-Thietman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK J Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD CALUMET Phone 7. - YARDS AT -COPPER CITY K-hone 36. HANCOCK Phone 122. -FRESH CAUGHT- Lake Superior White Fish and Trout FOR FRIDAY at Quello's Market atatatsitetatata geaat) Don't delay Buy that piano today, very easv payments, at Grin- nell Bros. Big Piano Sale, Laurium, Mich. jl 8. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency. Liability Insurance. Advei , mont-tf FOR RENT Boom Dwelling, Bed Jacket. $17. Possession .Julv L4th FOR SALE 8 Room modern bouse sth St., Red .Jacket. Full lot immediate pos session $6,500. Faucett Bros. 6c Guck Saturdav Julv 1Ri.h ! ; , w mm mm ends that. "Riff Piann ! Sale at. GHnnpIl Urn ! opposite town hall, I.aunum ! eejteseaeteel S. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency workmen, Compeneation. -Advortlf ,eea aaa ea