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- FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS
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We are especially well equipped with
EXPERIENCED WORKMEN to do
all kinds of. HEATING, PLUMBING
and TIN WORK.
Let us figure on your Requirements. We
guarantee satisfactory work at fair prices.
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
400 FIFTH STREET
YEAR'S SERVICE AT END.
s. 1 1 .int." M Oua and Ar. the hurt
rmaiui!i-; fcnsnbsSS ol tS KaJSMJ
Mounted 1'..li.- itvtstoa bSVS I (
.!, t ho esTtSlSB RSVUSJ hem fltnnanrlsrt.
Roth MM MTVfc in the c.pper country
mil.- Jul T Lot year. BtSBUSSl Av.r
i. i is tins evenlns fr Um Qrsytlns
stain ramp. h ldnu a mrml.or at the
quail! Siaalai'1 tliariMi.iit of the
Simons! Aetrlwtent, Barges"! U Mann
has a. .'itf.l : position Wrltb thf An
Htfc M lnin i itnpany.
RUSH WORK ON ROCKHOUSE.
Work on the No. :i roOkhottM of the
ti ola mint- is beimr rushed ly a
lHr farce of mm. TlM main part of
th- structure has already heen mm
I 1 t - I utid the i t' is liein? installed.
It i expec ted the ::e Wot I; and re
pairs to the shafi will lie eornpleted in
ahoiit lliree afSSkS IC that a. tiV lllin
Uu may tM n-Mirned in this haft,
S. C. Chynowcth Insurance Agency.
Personal. Accident and Hec.lth Insur
ance. Ail-. Pi leemsnttf
p Don't Put Off Any Longer
i Buying That Suit.
Our Clothes are the
ijutiv i y
The Discount is
State Savings Bank
Statement of Condition, June 30, 1914
Loans and Discounts $ 641,808 7
Bonds, Mortgages and Securitie 197,420 30
Banking House and Fixtures 37,500 00
Other Real Estate 8,236 36
Overdraft 9 25
Due from Banks and Bankers 76.182 19
Cash on Hand 72.134 31
Capital Stock I 100,000 00
Surplus Fund 100.000 00
Undiv.dend Profits, (Net) 28,b22 69
Due to Banks 213 18
Commercial Deposits. $382,329 89
Savings Deposit 422,225 42 804,555 31
STATEMENT OF CONDITION of the
Merchants 5 Miners Bank
At Close of Business June 30, 1914.
Loans. Mortgages and Securiti $1,608,574.41
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixture 14.000.00
Cash on hand and .n Bank 1,074,88404
Capital Stock $ 1r0,000.00
Surplus Fund 200.000.00
Undivided Profit 57.690.51
TO MOVE CHURCH SOON.
I'reparations tor movlim the Allouea
M. thotlist RBMCopal chun h from us
IUeSl lotatlon to a Fife eloser to Ah
Btesk, weie eOMPMtad at a meeting of
the oiih iai board of the etavefe bsM
iais weeU. The work, which alnadv
has the sanction ol District Buperin
tndBl Marvin, will tie undertaken nt
oiu e ami will le COSsPll led in BepteSB
ber. Tin' moving of this ssHBce wifl
place the cburcfa in a position w hereft
can serve both localfcUsa very satisfac
torily. SALVATION ARMY PICNIC.
Tin- annual Ottttnf of the Calumet
Salvation Army will be held tomorrow
at the (Freda part of the Copper Banie
road, trains teaviaa Celunset at 1:41 a.
m. .iml returning, leaving I'reda at
P. m. The army hand will SOCOSnpsny
the cm ursioiiists.
W'e have Just received a tow line of
har'-foot sandals for the hot season.
Vertin Bros, Co., Shoe DepL, -Main
Floor, Calumet Advertisement 8-1
Sub-Districts Designated for the
Holding Co. Campaign
The lonimittce of the Topper I'oun
trj t'ommeMiai club appointed t -
U i t eaavaaaera to ratae uhs riptions
for the proposed hftlalat lompany to
brim; new IndlMtTle to this disirht,
nut in the Red Jacket council cbam
hers last evening and made llu- follow
um sch'. lion of canvassers and division
of ten Hot ) :
Diatrid No. 1. all south of Portland
street. Bill let tore: i). C. Harrinston,
ii. Rii haras.
District No. all south of Oak street
t.. Portland. Solicitors: I'. K. t'.uck.
Edward I'lseth, on east; Jos. Asselin.
jos. stukei. areet of Seventh, atroet,
District No. t, Kim street south to
t ak. Solicitor J. J. Sulliv an, Jos.
iMstri.t o. I
Mae at reel south t
Earl Thomas. Oacar
. an of Had Jacket
et and west of Fifth
north of Pine st
1 1 is i in Mechlin,
Boundary atieat. Solicitors-. Mal
um ktcLaod, i.eo i HatelL
Osceola street Solicitors: J. K.
Klnlayaon, J. B. Pa ton.
Hecla Street Solicitors: J. I'isher.
Kearaars street BoUcltora: Annus
MacLenan, James Torres ao.
ramarach -tint. Bollettors: Harry
Herman, J. J. AmovltS.
Pswablc street. BoHcttora: W, J.
Res nolda John I lamella.
Iroouols strict. Solicitors: W. H.
Faucett, John Braeco,
Florida street. Solicitors: F. S.
Carlton, Wsalej Dosrnsy,
Isle Roys ! Street. Solicitors: Heorgc
Harvey, All.eit liarsantl.
w Hand avenue and Amygdaloid
streets. Solicitors: P. J. Kohlhaas. J.
Amysdalold street. Solicitors: J. H.
Lsar) . James Ulchctta.
Bsneca, Ahmeek, Mohawk and Ful
ton streets. Solicitors: v. J. Btay, Q,
South of Lake Linden avenue. 8c
ilcitors: Olaf Pilra, Stephen Williams,
Jacob Schncller. Mr. CkMtthier, William
aas, t". . Rycknsaa,
Mine atrsst BoUdtorai AHm
Camsron, i-'. J. Hall,
lie, .Jacket road. Solicitors: F. S.
Baton, P. J. McClelland.
Calumel SVSntJ Soliitors: John
Knox, B, I. Johnson.
Rockland Street, Solicitors: (!eo.
Hofe, A usual Deck.
Hecla street Lsuriam street. Soli
citors: i. p. Bailey, Henry Brett
i Hd Ti lt h Lake mail. Solic itors:
It. M. Wetel. J. T. Ashton.
Railroad anil Boundary streets. So
licitors: John MacNsucbton, m. M.
s. Cain reel avenue and Raymtanattef
Lof street Solicitors; Annus Macau
ley. John Merlon.
Mill. He street County Road and Lil
artl Street Solicitors; Dr. J. 1. Mc-
Klnnon, a. J. Davey,
Audit street, Division or Cross
street Solicitors: p. Bay, p. w.
union street, Columbia atrsst. So
Hi itors; Dr. A. A. Dav is. W. M . Cihsotl.
I 't hine Tunnel and ItldRe streets. So
li' itors: J. L, Cockina, Christ Lsnotk
Tenth street (Tamaiack). Solicitors:
p. . Doaaon, P.. a. O. Baa lark
Rleventh street. BoUeltors: w. A.
Child, Dr. s. p. Rd wards
Bolh itors: Peter a. Pslto, Richard
Brow'nlnSa Arthur Knowles.
Bollettors: a. d. Nleholos, Dr. John
MacRae, lYed Rldlsy, John Mitchell.
John Waatti. William
is: John T. BOSS, A. O. flllll
QreSK, Thomas W:ido, Dr.
I. Dr. RodS,
as Prank Haller. Alfred
p Kenneth E. Voght, Mgr.
"Pictures for Particular People"
Special Edison Feature
In two parts with Ben Wilson ami
HIS SOB STORY
While lookittf for work John noes
to the assistance of a poor woman
ami Bada the photograph Of a child
in her hind l.an. He nets an Idea
for a newspaper story. The editor
to Shom he peasant! it turns white
SI tin- del ails -it was hlH own wife.
BUDDY'S FIPST GALL
Vitagraph Comedy fsataltsnj the
younn star Paul Kelly.
HUNGER KNOWS NO LAW
Vitagraph Drama with Alfred D
A rollicking Kslem Comedy with
John E. Brennan ami Ruth Rolsnd
ADMISSION FIVE AND TEN
Nichols, Capt James ROWS, William
Kesrsarge and Wolverine Location.
Solicitors: Thmas D.ntler. IVrdi
n. in, I Petermaun, Dr jui k. Jos. It.
Hiscomhe. 1 1. h. Holtenhoff, Charles
Solicitors: Capt. Warren. Juke Kf
tltiKer. Ahmeek Village.
Soh. itors: Maurice K imall. Dan
Sullivan. John Crcnt.. John ONWMRi
Solo, itors: S. Russell Smith. Cap'.
Thou. Itapson, Win. T. KinK. John 5.
Solicitors: John Dodge, John R. Ren
nett, John Stiinach, Wm. Nord
Soli itors: Thos. P.ei r.vman. Pied
Messner. Mike F.dev. Win. K. Smith.
a. c. Messner, Thomus K. Parka.
Solicitors: David N iviaii. J. II. Jack
son. Wm. Carter.
It is desired that these, all of the
persons named, meet at the Red Jack
et town hall this evsnlna, at I o'clock
a consultation as to met hods of
procedure. Capt. J. ". Brown, of Ctul
llon, o., ami Qsocbo i.. Price, secretary
of the commercial cluh will he in ut
Miss M. Purcell, litter at the llrown
ud I'eiwinann store, has departed for
St Paul, Minneapolis ami other cities.
where she will spend a brief vacation.
Ihi' Standard Hearers of the Calu
met m. B, church will conduct a baked
ds sale In the Hloy store on Sat
urday. The young lad lea also win have
hot pasties for Hale at noon.
Mrs. Mede Hardncr underwent a
successful operation in the Calumel
llbllc hospital Monday.
Mrs. James Rlnev will leave shortly
r Denver la visit urtth Mends sad
Miss Alice Ansell of the domestic
science department of the Calumel
hmh school is spendinn her vacation in
Haakal TrSOSy, who has heen vislt-
ing with Prank Qstchsll nnd other
friends in the Calumel district has do
tted for his home in Cleveland.
M. J Connors of Mamuette. nudltoi
r the Smith Shore, visited Calumet
on buainaa yeeterday,
Mrs. John Verhana. ami children of
sceola have left lor Butta to Join Mr.
W. d. Mcintosh of MsrQuette, mute
nent tor the Wsstern Bhrpresa was in
Miss Rdtth Kinsel of Mohawk Is
home from a three weeks' visit to De
The annual otitinn of the Mohawk
Methodist Sunday school will DS held
tornoirow at the Electric Park.
The rtajfisf team of Court Rtsnton,
p. of a. of Mohawk will entertain st
dancing party in the Boss of St
OtgS hull, Mohawk, Saturday even-
rne Ahmeek Mining company is io-
itin considerable grading aimind the
a. :i ami No. I shafts.
Thirty-seven b lit ha have heen re-
rdsd ao far tins month in Calumet
Bdwsrd P- Cuddthy, accompanied by
his sons Qerald and Rdward P.. Jr.,
will leave Sunday for Xenaunee to
isH with frletuls and rtdatives.
Mr. ami Mis. I'. 10. White of Omsha,
Xeli., w ho have bee l visiting with
then- daughter, mis. p. h. Haller, will
cave this afternoon f,,r DulUth tind
from there will proceed to St. Paul on
their wa.v home.
RSV, John Rudder, who has been vis-
ttlni with his parenta in Osceola the
ast week, left today ft t his home In
Big Ray, Midi.
John BWSdrOCk of Toledo, Ohio, is
isitint; with his parents and other
frlenda in tsceola.
Rodger Sullivan left this moin-
iim for .Milwaukee, where he expects to
make his t ut ore home.
The Mineral Range road Is handling
a B.OOO ton cargo of soft coal from the
ortage 1"ai docks at Ripley, for the
Mohawk Mininn company.
Miss Ada fJranl departed this morn-
inn for Detroit, where she will spend
Allss M. Kerredne will leave this
TSnlng for Adrian, Mich., to viHit
friends and relatives.
BALEG NOT RESCUED YET.
Recovery of Body of Man Caught in
Cave-in is Hourly Expected.
Although the efforts of the Mg res
cue party had progressed to a point
where the recovery of the body or John
HaleK, the trammer, who was caught
in a oaVS-ta at the F.Srd level of the
Xo. s shaft, South Hecla, is nouriy
expected, no success had attended iM
efforts early this afternoon. Hope that
the unfortunate man minht be alive
has now heen prfictioally abandoned,
but the rescue party continued wot k
with undiminished zeal.
RUSSIAN DOWAGER EMPRESS
TO RETURN HOME TOMORROW
London, July II, -The Dowaner Km-
press of Russia, here on a visit to her
later. Queen Mother Alexandria, will
stnra to Kussia tomorrow.
Women's, Misses' and Children's
Shoes and nxfoids at reduced prices
taring our mid-summer clean-up sale.
Vol (in Bros .' Co, Shoe Dept. Main
Ploor, Calutm i Advertisement. X-3
8. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency.
Liability lnurnc. Advertisement-tf
Safety Razor hlades sharpened nt
S. If.. i 14 Pillar Shop. 30". Plfth St,
8. C. Chynoweth Insurance Aqency.
Forty Y. M. C. A. Boys Off for
Grand Marals Today
The annual camp of the Calumet Y.
M. C. . opened today at the Oran I
Marai camp urounds neat Paulc BAT
- -- .- km iic, oiiil. allied
by PhySlCSI Director John Johnstone.
Hans HSgSn, Chef Will Auhin and Dth
adult leaders, left early this inoi'i-
Iiik In th' automobiles of John Mel
ton, Hen Itarnham. Koheit II Shields,
tkirdon R, Campbell, p.. s. tlrleraon,
Capt John Knox. S Uussell Smith and
Dr. Watteis. Provisions ami camp
supplies of various sorts were taken ;o
and Marals on the big auto trucks
of the Michigan garage
I'l... I....u tt'li,, u;..iit lii ': l (111 I ' III"-
e-Wa-Kee are: Allan MacHae. John
Knox, Qaorga aMWardo, Morrison Mills,
Karinond C.uuioii. Kavmond BWSSney,
Wiihm Harper, Robsrt Anderson, John
Rntsnas, Cecil Shannon. William Pi
per, uohert Wilson, Irving Bisconaba,
pert Baaiey. Dan Mdbeltan, Stewart
McLeod, Lwyd Dnssns, Lssik ami c.
Reynolds. Phillip Vivian. James ROSS,
Roland Parks. Myron Williiuns, John
McHeod, Tom Drown. Pred p.iown. I
well Pinlaysoti. John Duncan. I'leder -
iik Raton, Aihert Blmonann, fulti
Hooper, Clifford Steckbatur. William
Berrlman, Nathan Skielda, Bud Mlllsr,
Merlon Shields, David BostSOsI ami
This year's eam)i for yonngST hovs
win continue for fifteen .lavs. Camp
will he estahlished today and tomor
row and should he in splendid running
order by Sunday. The younger hoys
camp will he followed by another camp
for older hoys and hl.M)l K. I I follows,
continuing from the middle to the isst
MANY DIVERGENT VIEWS
ON THE EUROPEAN WAR
FEW FROM COPPER COUNTRY
LIKELY TO SEE ACTIVE SER
VICE AT FRONT.
Although the Austi ian-Hutmarian
empire has OfRCally called upon its sub
jects in foreign sands, upon reservists,
to return to their colors, there is a
wide divergence of opinion existinn in
the copper country over the war. and
very little probability that this rSglOH
will send many to the front notwith
standing the fact then' are in the
neighborhood of t,es men in Houghton
county alone, suhjeet to such military
duty. Servians in the copper country
leel differently, for theirs is the in
vaded country, and there are a niunher
here would he Bttttng IS hear arms if
their transportation to the nnd or
their nativity were paid.
While nianv of the AusCiatis of the
copper country feel that the war Is a
Just one. else It would BOt have heen
ordered by Bssperor PVsns Josef, the)
not a nmr loving gSSple and Inas
much as the grester numoer w tnem
have taken out citienship papers (MTS,
ind those vv hi have not see no way
that Austrian can force them to return.
very tew if any, win ucrince their own
interests for their countries.
The Croat laasi while aubjjscta of
Pranz Josef, ate closer allied by birth
and SStUre lo Um Servians, ami to "
greal esteli' their sympathies are with
the Serbs. ThS are hot inclined to
Bghl anainst them.
Interest in the Kun.pean wtir is In
creaslng daily in Calumet, however,
and its Influence upon the stock mar
ket has heen felt heavily here.
The Eminent Scientist
earnestly advocated the
use of Beer.
He knew the value of its
You will know, too, if you
Phone for a case today.
Branches at Calumet and
Very Low Prices
A Word to the Wise!
KECKONEN HARDWARE CO
to See You
QOME DAY you are going to CCItM herethat we
For some diy you will realize that we would not
repeat the story of superh values so often were they
not really just what we say.
We know that it is hard to hreak old ties hut after
all there is no sentiment in dollars, and it's dollars you
spend when you buy clothes, hats or furnishing floods.
So, come here now, don't let the time tfet farther
off when you say "I wish I'd come to you hefore."
For that is what you are tfointf to say, sooner or later.
Safe to say, once you have heen here and seen the values
we o ffer in our Mart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes our
I Fits, our Furnishings you will hecome a steady
patron as so many have before you. And it is Steady
patrons that we want to have tor this business of ours.
Don't wait; don't put it off. Come in today
H. S. & M, CLOTHES 20 per cent OFF.
STRAW HATS at HALF PRICE.
MEN'S OXFORDS $3.50 and $4.00 Values $1.50
The Boston Store
for floors, stairways, wainscot
ing, mantels, etc., v'inds its best
oxcmplar as to hardwood lumber
in tho yards hearin. our rame.
There i3 lumber and lurobcr
why not got luntSSf that su:s
every month in the year from
January to December, inclusive?
Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co.
Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING
COAL & WOOD
- YARDS AT -COPPER
( Room Dwelling, Rod
Possession July 14th.
S Room modern house
st It St., Red Jacket
Full lot immediate pos
From 210 Fifth 8t.
2nd Floor, 1t Nat. Bank Bldg.,
5th St., Calumet. Phone 656-M.
DR. R. P. NEIL, Dent.t.
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vestment or an expense depend on
what paint you bay.
Don't buy paint that ha to be
prepared by hand, in that case you
pay extra for th painter' time in
mixing. Don't buy cheap paint
though ready mixed. You get just
what you pay for, an inferior paint
and inferior result.
NOXALL PAINT. Th paint
that cover best, go the farthest,
and gives longest and beat service
that is the paint for you to use.
Every can guaranteed.
A stupendous display of
at the Market Place.
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