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MONDAY. AUOU8T 3, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS 1-rCE THREE Hancock 50 GERMANS GO TO THE FRONT Patriotic Natives Rally to Their Country's Standard i .ii Qulnc) residents, patriotic rssl ,i.Mi.i ( fTfimii, will leave Hi.; oiiiiiiK fur lMiii!iK when- tlu will niiit tn i )u Gorman consul to enllat In i! cir c uir. 's esrvl . Pram Chica go tin y MP1 l tO S(ll ti New Y. r!; w.. iv llu y will omlKii : (tot 1 ririiny. 1 lesSta la Bsttistpatse in rsncattnj Qhtr nsnn) M vi i ihln i is now blocttadsd iiml it may M lip !!! to WW t h ! mu m i f the tMirmy. ". opinion nf !!:' Qtt Mono who liavo hren living ut QultM) in that their fjthrrland will huve (in trouble in di.- p Bing oi HUMsi. i siinougn u mas uuce conslderabls time As one loyal native exnisss4 himself this norniaaji "Wi ,u' all ttahttni for our country's w ii -laic while tin- Russian soldiers arc dentins' bscauss tiny arc driven to war. NTs wlm an- leaving this even inn nrt- pol rsturnlnn btoatiH wc in i.m ell to tin mi but nafsJ) fron the Ii In' tu liflii our i iiiuitrv ." This ems rewdHjr seen in a brie Kiam .si ut to tin- German consul at Chicago y eater da) h the lesdera of tin iiarty, elating thai Rfty man air ready go, n receiving a reply to tin' affect that tlu-lr assistance would in' appreciated, they Immediately made haat) preparatlona t leave. Y. M. P. G. HOLDS LEAD IN SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE DEFEAT S. P. I. NINE, 0 TO 0 SAT URDAY PA I N ESDAL E M. E. TEAM WINS. Tin- Y. M. I'. f. ntM ut' SMiaatslusd Iti lend in the School Uaaeball loaguu by il Quincy Sunday ifeatinf thr- Khnvock s. p. i. Hub Saturday by a nam of '. tn f, The game was a faal enhlbltlon of baaehnll ami was iihi contented throughout r. i. tenni bnM tin- hail for three innings, hut aeveral arrori in the fourth gavi The 8. tin Ural hits and the lull team tin- lead, Romph, mi tin- mound fur s. P, i., twirled in axcellenl form, nut poor aupporl by his teammatea uided in tun downfall. Jncobaon for tin- y. M P C. team was invincible after the Ural three litwaPffi and waa touched fur iut a lew hits. Tippet t caught well lor tin- inn nam while lllfven was the slat fur thi S. I'. I. iiIiip. S. I. 1 12 Ml ool B Y. .l. V. C OM .".11 "Jx 9 i '.at tit ns Etcanph, Uren ami Bllf ven; Jncobnon am! Tippett. Paincsdnle Is Victor. The Pnlneedale hf, R, nine clinched second place by defeating the Man cock Cdpgregatlongl tram by the core of I t" - Pnlnendnle took the lend in the lirst, when three rune were Muieii after two men had been retired. Pol kl n shorne pitched well lor Pelneadnle etsj the excelleni rappofi if his teammates pulled him From sev eral had hides. Qllleaple twirled for the Congregational nine and wni touched I'm' several long hits which resulted in rims. The seore: Pnlneednta son no Ml c Congregational PM 0,11 Mn Batter lee Polk I n ghoroe and i'hx: Cillespie and Olson. I'mpires - . Mains and Xnyde. SUBMITS MONTHLY REPORT. i i Clerk Heffenhneher has eoanptt ed the birth and death report for Inn month nl Jill, and has suhtuitti d it tO the secretary of state. The report shews there were t wenty-ene births and six deaths. One feature of report is that twins were born to two families. Muffins By Mrs. )and McKcnzie Hill. Editor of Ihe boston Cffttrtoj1 School Magazine. When muffins arc on the breakfast tabid nohody cares for meat or eggs and they would he served more often if this me..! were not prepared (0 hurriedly that there is no time to make them. If K C, the doubk raisc taking powdet Is Used, t!u hatter may be stirred up the night before, put in the pan ready for baking and noth ing to do in the morning but bake them. One-Egg Muffins 2 rvps Jhur; 2 klinhlj rounded tea tpoonjltM K C Poking Pointer; 1 tea tpOOIlfyl salt; JfMi S'igar; J cp msllfd hit Iter or lard; 1 cijij; leupuater or milk. Sift dry ingredients together three times. Add to tail tiie unbeaten cgc, melted tJiortcninp and water or milk. Then heat all together until prrfirtly smooth. Oil muffin or pom pans and have oven lov until tlic inulRni come to the top of the p.ia. men incrcace ihe w to bake and brOWl the mulfin ,. ThU rrripe nuikes 12 l-src muftoc iwim or enrrants added if desired. Graham Muffina cup wnham four; 1 rnv pnntry flour; 2 lord irnspnon fills K (' Baking Powder; 1 to 2 levi I tnhl, spoonful Biinar; i tmspnnnful snlt; 1 rag; 1 cwpi milk or water; t toft tnhh spoonfuls melted but ter; mix and hake as One-Una Muffins. Graham hatter should always lie quite loft to insure light and HI reel muffir.s. rn Ret 81 other rreipe aa ;ood as these, send us the eettificate puked in every 25 centcanof KC Baking PowJe and we wU! end you "The t'ook'i Book' by Mrs. Jnet McKemie Hill. Handsomely illua Cm Department I PAINFULLY INJURED. Carl Silfvcn la Victim of Accident While Fi3hing Sundry. Cnd FJHlfeen, the koeal hardwnrei mer 0tanti ami painfull) injured yenterda) arteni.ii.n while fluhln- at Twin Lakea Mr. art llfven wna leaehtni a nevtoe ttu '1 eill Mil" Ml'" 1 I ' h,.l; Ill .... a II' iroj limn. Mr pulled the hook Bfwni Mir tie,- and t : . - b tckkMh drm t-m hi oi mi., bla fa. . the barge thenf :moe.;uiil" III 1)H i hOk, JlCIt hem ith hla i it eye, Rk irtanda were unhhk '" remove the booh and it w is ne. es edry to call htedtedi aaalatance, .Mr v" tauj ioua) .Miii no in. hi. i . i nse'iuen c i are nntlelpated. DEPOSITS IN MICHIGAN BANKS SHOW BIG INCREASE NEARLY $14.000.COO GAIN IS MADE DURING 4 MONTHS; OTHER ACCOUNTS LARGE. Tin- etate banking statement showing the it; i state bnnka ami tin pnnlea at the doaa of department'a 'ondltlon i six trust bualneaa if tin com JUne la an ::(, has been received here. Hei abetraci of the atateiheni : Loans and diseounts, lS2,Mi,S44.ll, Bonde, mortgagee and set unties, tl76,4t5il4.46, Oommerolnl reserves. IM,Ul,tf2.1l. Bavinga reaervea, 40, (g&S2.4, Other aaeeta bring the total of the reaourcea up to 42o,7t, 370.17. 'i ho Hnbllltlea are: avtngn depoa its. ltdMM.H2.4S; romnaarnlnl depos its stdijei t to cbegh. M7747Mt.4Tj avingp certlScatee of ioiosit. $4:1, M7.Ma.i0; commerclej oertUcntaa of deposit, i,25,77t.7; capital stock paid U $S2,422,tB0; surplus fund, $17. B2dl4M.28; undivided prullts, UttM losses current expenaee, Intereai ami taneg paid, 17,801,147.42; due to hanks and bankers. 110,447,147.45; postal MVlMPJ depoalta, 1420,2 7. 14; itatea agonlea on .1. posit, 14,770,441.12; dividends un paid. &4,48.3; i,;:is payable, J7;i;i. 1..T1; reaervea for taxes, mteireat, etc., 479,987.lfi; notes and bllla redlecount' ed. IS7S.2H.M; rashieis' cheBka out standing. 18S,SM.0I; part IB ea chaoka, 11,012,244.70. The state hanks and the six trust ceenpantea ahow a gada of $17. 142,228.49 In aggregate business since March I this year. Compared with tin-department's re port of Ifarcha 4 this year it is noted thai ilncs then the aggregate of commercial loans and discounts has increased $7.iUti,:!7'..7 1 ; aavltlga loans ami diseounts have decreased 1,062, "la..:, eoimneifiai 1 .outf a , and nmrt-, KiiPts have increased $4.!4i.o:io.3; savings, bonds ami mortgagee have In rreaaed MtMlS14.4t, Coramarelal depoetta during the same period have iie leased 10,MllB8.g, and MVinga depo.. it ha e increased M liH4,7-,."i.'a5, and there has been an In crease in capita atock of tM,2M. Sim e Jan. 4. It 12, Commercial depos its have increased 14,Mf,MiJM; sa -Ittffa deposits. 10,27t,Ml.i2 and capi tal stork has been BieteJUWd $1.!S0,- Mf.Sl. The total resere maintained by state banks and trust companies today is 174,444,71442, or 11.27 per cent. I'.ased 011 saving's deposits of I222,- iss,is.'.7J, the law recjulrea mortgage ami bond Investments of at least 11 Mr1 IM.778A4, The department's stuto ment shows that the mortgage and bond investment:- exceed the require ments of the law by 41,2M,4M.M. The eavinga investments, together with the aavlngg reaerve, exceed the aavinga de posits by $i;.Mt;.i;is.nl. Since Jan. I last in new banks have been orgauixod, most of them having previoual) been private banks, and 13 have Increased their capital stork. One slate bank has consolidated with an other into a national bank. COUNCIL MEETING WEDNESDAY. City Fathers Will Consider Several Important Matters. The uvular semi-nioiithly meeting of ilu HanCOCh Ctt) council will be held in tin city hall Wednesday evening at I o'clock, Important matters are to eoine up for discussion ami probably act inn. The city solons are In the ktol of the busy season, with lepairs to gtreetg and other improvements ne- Bsssnr bsfore cold weather sets in. imi every member li working hard to push all work. Excel lent progrssa on improvstnentaj on fckwatlon street is reportiMi by street Commissioner Hosklng, who ins been plaesd m chargn of this work. The atrsst will be leveled and rrushed roetj laid as a foundation, The tnrvia mad hinder rsosntls rSedlvsd will then hp spreiiil over the eUrface to preserve the street It Is likely the eoltnril wiii order aSVefnl Other streets repaired durinj? tin1 ggPBlilg tWO months. I'nollicial anlieUtHemenl has been maiio thai representative! of the tire department Will appear before the csoncll Wednesday evening to reejnest an appropriation tO send the members t(, idt' upper peiiin.-ula tournament. which win be held at tahpeanlng codi maaclng August i.'. The Hsneock Bre Hghtsrs, who win fcttsnd In a body, are greatl) interested In the tourna ment this year as thsjf expect to IBM the 111 I., meet X-RAY BEING IN8TALLED. The X-Itnv eipilpment ordered for st lossph'i hospital has been received and Klsctrician Kd Caff i Inaulllhg the apparatus. The new marhlnc is a ,lr. Med mu.rovement over the old eqlUnment The old apparatus has heen msUBSd lor n number of M'ais and has glVST. excellent sefM.e The online Baturday si Blectrlc P..rK by Pantnn Pupcrior lodse. No. I. o. O F was enJord by a lare Kathor- LUTHER LEAGUE REELECTS OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR CONVENTION OF CHURCH SOCIE TY COMES TO END WITH OUT ING AT DOLLAR DAY. A lack of opposition lor otli. es In the Luther ha' ue charactertssd the busi ness snsion al the opening of the DOll rsntlon si Dollar Uay Baturday evsn nio ami th. add alute was f-eleclrd. The olflt el s-elert are: Prssldenf Rsv, r. w . w viuan. gs p. mlng, Vice president -Rev, V, 10. Kaatman, Dollar Eny, Be ret.uv Miss BUlen U'yman, Ihh pefttlnd. Treasurer Arthur Lundahl, Iron M untaln. The convention . '11111 t an end this afternoon with an outing at Dollar Bgnj ai which mors than ft ft) delegates, in addition io local mssgpers, were pros it. impromptu adVtressss preceded athletic events ami the gathering eras pleasant concluaion to the conclave, Yesterday morning one division of the de legatee attended gorvlce at the Hancock Herman Lutheran church while another attended a similar aerv ire at Dollar Bay, in the evening the same plan was followed with the ex ception th.it the dlvlslottS inter-t bann ed ilu- meeting placee, HANCCCK BREVITIES. v v -z- 'I- ! ! ! ! d d Several hnmired Inetindeacent lights are belli", installed at the city park near the car barns. They will be used for the Aral time next Thureds) whan the Children of the city enjoy their annual outing at tin expense of Han eoi i; Knights of Columbus Keothaii enthusinsts of Quincy will meet at the PSWSbiC or 'onioriou evening for the purpose of dieeussing plans for the COmlttg season and or ganlxing an eleven. John Lynch has returned to his gome in Grand Rapids, Mr.. Anna Caines ami daughter, Marlon, of Detroit, ami Mrs. Bllsabeth Qmnl of I'liiiMgo arc visiting hen. Mrs. Qnlnsa ami Mrs. (Jrant ware for merly the iflases Bdgerton, daughter! ol the late Karl Kdiicrton. lthians of Houghton county will slesrste at Bleetrie park Auu8t 21. Dancing ami a special concert program has hern arranged for the entertain ment of those attending. .Mr. and Mrs. (Juy PairbUTn ami fam ily are Camplag at the Canal. Mr. and Mrs. Joe I. in.br of DttlUth are vhdtlng relatives in Hsneock, m. .1. Connor of MnrejusMv was a J 1 ui ... k . lsitor yaaksrda) . Miss Maude Y. Halron of Minneap olis arrived in Hancock yesterday to accept a position at the Bcott hotel. McREYNOLDS MAY GET POST. Attorney General Believed to Be Slat ed for Bench Job. Chicago, auk. -".. a Washington dts patch gays: "President Wilson is preparing to send to the Senate the nominations ol a number of men for high federal of lires. "These will Include an assoriate jus tire oi the United States supreme Court, the attorney Ktneral of th United States, a member of the fed eral reaerve board and tive ntetWbcrs of the interstate trade 1 oinmission. "James t'lark McKiynohls of Ten nessee, now attorney general of th,' United States, will be named for the Vacancy 011 the supreme bench. "Thorns 1 w. Gregory f Texas Is elated for appointment as attorney general. "Joseph In corporations, chairman of oommlaaion. Charles it be named as Davies, commissioner of will be appointed as the Interstate trades Crane of Chicago will a member of the inter state trades comlsaion, if he will ac cept. K.hvin A. Potter of ChlOSgfD Is the leading man under consideration for appointment as a member of the fed eral reserve beard in place of Thomas i). Jones of Chicago." J. S. SARGENT, NOTED ARTIST, IS DONE WITH PORTRAIT PAINTING. London. Aug. 3. -John S. Sargent, has declined a hnndaome commission to paint a portrait of Victor Jl DoWttng for the Manhattan club of If SW Yoi and has rsnfflinisd bis decision ool to paint any more portraits. To John v. Can, who mads the offer t. nr. Purge ni on behalf of the Manhattan ClOh, tht eminent painter said the pot - trull oi Henry James, which was dam- aed by BUdrraSJetteg While on exhibi tion at the Royal Academy, was palni ed in accordance with an old promise, otherwise he would not bnve attempt ed t ven that one after tonkin his an nouncsgdeni that he was done with portrait painting. Mr. Sutaent Is now devoting himself to landscape, in which he his mad. almost ns great a success as In- did with portraits. He is now COBUplStlng r.ome work for the Boston library, the decoration of which was in the hand of the lite Mr. Abbey at the time of bis death. Ring the Hosking Electric Phone 33 For Efficient Hurry- Up Service. Tirms You Ought to Know Designed to Place Before the Public the Merchandise, Craftmanship and Special Service Offered by the Exclusive Shops and Specialty Stores Not Usually Advertized. Johnson Bath House 110 O'.ceola St, Lauriem. GENUINT. FINNISH BATH Dndy Txnr.r TllMISdSy for Men, It 00 P, M. to 10:00 P. M. Thurscl y only for Women 1:C3 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. ELECTRIC AND HAND MASSAGE Calumet Carriage Works JOS. HEBERT, Proprietor. 229 Osccol.i St.. Laurium. CARRIAGE, WAGON and SLEIGH BUILDING and REPAIRING, AUTOMOBILE BODY WORK and PAINTING. Phone 193 - J. D. MARTA ESTATE MAKERS OF SANITARY BREAD Dealers in Domestic and Im ported Groceries. Tobac cos, Cigars and Candy. We give S & H. Green Trading Stamps. Johnson Hardware 413 Fine St., Calumet. GENERAL HARDWARE AND 8UPPLIES. HAYING TOOLS EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE. First Class Shoe Repairing CRIPPLES AND SPECIAL SHOES MADE TO OPOER TRY MY WORK. JOS. S. RA AD SHOEMAKER Bos Hive Shoe Storo. If, J. I O'Neil Veterinary Surgeon Office Opposite First National Bank. Residence Phone 133 M. Office 855. CALUMET Plumbing Heat ing and Sheet Metal Work Lewis O. Smith d.') First St. Phone 178 JAMES McHARDY Rubber Tiring, Painting and Horse Shoeing a Specialty Wagon and Buggy Repairing Shop en 8eventh St., Corner Oak. FIRE ACCIDENT, LIABILITY, PLATE GLASS. 0 TEAM BOILERS. BURG LARY. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE STANNARD INSURANCE AGEWCY J. ii. Leary and v. l. llnnnsr I. HKenLs, t'ulimiet Htato Hank IIUW., CsJnntst, Mich. rii. me tot, M. ABRAHAMS STEAM AND FRENCH DRY CLEANING, DYING. PRESSING AND RE PAIRING. Merchant Tailoring. Ladiea' Gar ments Remodeled. All Work Guaranteed. Hoods railed for and delivered. Ill l--1 .'lb St. Calumet, Mich. Phone. No. f.37-j. 314 Quincy Street. Hancock. Mirh. Phone South MO-W. Joseph J. Wilmers PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND DECORATING All Vork Guaranteed. Whop Kaurctt Block, Heels St. Lanrlun Phone :mo-m. If you are going to build a home or alter any part of your home see MILFORD Everything in Contracting. Plans and estimates furn.Ehed. Phone 1. Chynoweth Ins. Building. EVERYONE IS PLFASED Incrudlnc onrsslvea bsenni we are pleajsd if our patrons nrofll by our work ami receive genuine satisfa -tit Hi . We OieSU ar.d pfSSS a Milt of sssn's clothinaT, "r a lads's tailor made drena. in a manner thai makes it Just like new, at a liheral prlCU Michigan Dye Works Phone 1 1 J. 5th St., Quello Block. PIPES CIGAR AND CIGARETTE HOLDERS. Pipes repaired while you wait CIOMEI & DIANDA. 7th and Oak Ste. Phone 612-M. FOR SALE FORTY ACRE FARM In I i county, $600.00; $300.00 down and balance in small payments. Some improvements on s.ime. EIGHT ROOM HOUSE, steam heat gas lights, nice big yard. Only $1, 800.00. Four hundred dollars down and balance small monthly pay ments. ROEDEI. BROS. Real Estate. Firo Insurance. Farm Lands. Laurium, Mich. Phone 577-W. MINNESOTA HORSES Drivers, Drt and General Purpose 1 'of SalS ami ex ihanajn, iirK'p ItSi k alwayt hand. James McClure North 7th St. Phone 29. ALWAYS BARGAINS On First Quality Meats and Groceries GRICHAR'S fA MARKET AND BflOCER' Oak St. OIANO TUNING and 10 copies or De Luxe muv . SWI WORK GUARANTEED. Mel nari & Pearce Mui CO. Phono L34. Calumet. SPECIAL SALE -ON- Summer Suitings J. B. RASTELLO THE TAILOR. Carpenter's MILWAUKEE RYE AND COTTAGE Bread For s de 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 HFRMAMNS 108 Fifth St. INVESTIGATION will prove the superiority of the Caiumet Mining Boot as to style, fit and quality over all other makes. Look for the word "Calumet" on each counter. Accept no substitutes. For s.ilo by all deal ers. Made in Cloverland by the Northland Shoe Mfg. Co. Calumet, Michigan. NOTICE WE DO FIRST CLASS SHOE RE PAIRING CHEAP. J. R. SAARELA 322 Lnke Linden Av., Laurium. Phone 312-IC HARD SOFT r H.wHi.SI EFFICIENCY PORT AGF COAL & DOCK CO. Calumet Hancock Phones: 142 No. So. 112-2 R. David Simpson DRAYING Furniture, Piano and Safe movinfl. Phone 320-L. 335 Osceola St. Laurium, Mich. at lowest jtK.HtasBttv j There's Billiards & Pool The her, of t.'ible, ami equipment TOEACCO. CANDIEC AND CIGARS With every 2Sa S 'Pe you buy we g'n you s i)uc, of tobacco free. Cubs Billiard Room FRESH CUT FLOWERS EVERY DAY. 00 FERNS JUST RECEIVED. Harper & Thomas UNDERTAKERS & FLORISTS E. R. GODFREY k SONS CO. Our Pakery Goods ARE LIGHT AND NUTRITIOUS CLEAN AND TASTY VIENNA BAKERY Edward Kcise, Prop. Wholesale and Retail. Cor. Pi-e and 4th S?. "hone 511. 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. 40 Oak Street, Phone 605-R. HORSES For sale and ex change driving and draft, always on hand. Horses for every pur 99 pose. Cirload New Horses for Sale MDONALD & SAXBY Stable. Laka Linden Ave. Phone 609 Eastman Kodaks Premo Cameras ndSupplies. Montin's Pharmacy KELLY & LANCE EXPERT PLUMBERS AND FITTERS 3rd Street Laurium Rush work a specialty. Let ue figu e on ptur next job. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Phone 417 M. 4P ORDER A Pa FROM (joid BUCKIE VOUR DEALER JESTED TODAY fejlMell 1 w iratea. jaquci Mfg P.utaue ake towns. . " , biuiuu, . mm 1 1 ' 'in -v -mr IBf snw SSSK I Baansa---- mmm- seal I -- LaaaaW-aCsfl