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THE CALUMET NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 114. I II Heating and Piambing 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 GO. 400 FIFTH STREET PHONE 164 ENGINEERS GO TO STATE CAMP Maneuvers This Year to Be of In teresting Nature NORWEGIAN M. E. OUTING. Th aBBBBl outing uf the MofHhlll Methodist K Simd.iv h.M'l at the Rleetrie I 'ark Saturday afternoon Inrftely .it ti'inl.cl ancl roi-d u lelihtul KatheriiiK. Follow. n aiv the winners in the various K nnv ami no Uirls rat e, Qwirt Tobin, first: Ruth Tobin, second; Tnmn I.ulics' Rarp. Ruth Ols.n. Int; Hare for Fat I.ailiii. Mrs. TOBln, tirsi, Mrs. UUaasa, aeeoaa. la adtfiOoa to taaaa cvrnt. there wctv naOM for small Iris, email l.oy s. a tu of war and other IsaoCMt amuserni nts. We have Just rereH. d a HI line of hare-foot sandals for th hot season. Vertm Urns. & t'o.. Shop De t.. Ma'n l ie I , "allimtt. Ac M Us. mellt. 8-1 S. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency. Workmen'i Compensation. AdVertlM merit. tf HOME FROM Y. M. C. A. CAMP S . tetary K. R Swltzer of the Calu met Y. If, C. A., who went to the a- OCta tn 'tis' sBBUBBI i imp for boys at Crand Matais. near KanU- Harbor, last Friday, arived home lam eveBBtg. il ceporta thai ramp has baaa eetabllab ed under ity favorable ciBCnSsetaaC es this year, with a larger attendance than usual. liuler the lipafTlaioa Of Physical Director John JohBBtOBe, as sisted by Hans Hait.-n and a number t hiish school leaders, the camp should be the most successful ever held by the association. W. 'men's, Misses' and Children's Bhoaa and O&fOfdS at reduced prices Jwrial OVff mid -summer 11 lean lip sale. Vetfin Hms. Ac Co.. Shoe Dept. Main Floor, Calumet. .d aftlaaaaant 8-3 s. Fire C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency Insurance. Advert isement -tf Bell fl y rs '-o System Bell telephone service stimulates the growth of cities. It expands business boundaries and links home industries with outside markets. The Ik-ll telephone unities the social of the city. We Every chain Bell telephone is a link in the which unites homes and htifrineM and promotes the civic unity that serves the best interests of the city and the nation. Use the l ocal and Lon Distance l ines Liberally. Michigan State Telephone Company M. Han ley, Manager Telephone r'H State Savings Bank LAURIUM, MICHIGAN Statement of Condition, June 30, 1914 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts Bonds, Mortgages and Securities Banking House and Fixtures Other Real Estate Overdrafts Due from Banks and Bankers Cash on Hand Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undividend Profits, (Net) Due to Banks Commercial Deposits, $382,329 89 Savings Deposits 422,225 42 Total $ 641,608 7 . 197.420 30 37.500 00 8,236 36 9 25 . . 76,182 19 . 7134 31 $1,033,291.18 $ 100,000 00 . 100.000 00 28,522 69 mm 213 18 . 804,555 31 $1,033,291 18 The Calumet Km; in. era left last avaallMj for the annual state military camp at CtrajrttaA stovaatj -our offi cers and men entrained at the Mineral Haute depot in two sleepers attached to the recolar nluht train out of Culu met. A special baggage car also was provided :.r the equipment at the Kn- snneers. The QaarlaBg oaaap site, where the Kngineers will send the next ten days m maneuvers with tha Sec, ml Infantry and Signal Corps, is said to le oue ,if the finest in the country. KverythitiK imaginable for the conven ience ami entertainment ,,f the militia men has been arranged. Altlmuuh the camp will be three miles from Uray llBfl it will not l.u-k any of the attrac tions of a small City, Kven the "mov ies'' w ill hava an katportaitt part in the entertainment. Three dims will be shown each day, one war lilm. a drama and a eoaaaajr. Taata nil also be boXitiK. wrestlimr. vaudeville and sinu- ina events pulle.t otf li.V trie soldiers. All of these will take pl.ue in the spa cious dining hall. -u oi trie tiuiininKs to lie used are of the lest and most modern design i"i a camp of this nature and are fitted with all of the necessary utilities uuarasmen laminar with the many amps thfoiiKhoul the country declail thai Michigan's . ami. alta has no su perior m tha I'nited States. i tie excsiisni opportunity ..r army maneuv.is is an important feature of tha camp. Guardsmen will bo Liven ban - t.. use army tactics which the j could never practice before. The state yuard has even gone i.ir as to dig irencnea in various part of the wo., ds in which are "dummi resembling tip- figures of men. Th exai t situation of these figures will le unknown to the soldiers. Th uummics win i.e mechanically rais ed from the tranches when approach ed by tile guardsmen and an accurate register of the hits will be tak 'ther novelty stunts in the wav of anaj maneuvers have been arranged for, The silcc ess of the camp is prBC tically assured before hand. i-oiiowing is the camp roster of Company A : Captain. Jesse I . Meads. Lieut., II. A. Ma. DulT. Berveaata, Horace Krupp, Harris, Joseph M . Cowley, master. Bid ward Mi Logan, MacDuff and C. W, Hungerford. i orporaia Arthur Knowles, Abel Kakkala, Lo rimer Baton, PYsd Thomas Arthur c. Boaas ami daraaca Riney. ooks James Madigan ami Albarl Sim uck. privates nesaonen, Blita, Poley, QalL Hanson, H. Johnson. Kubiak. Tnaanh Madigan, McLean, Karl, Moyle. Mako m. iuo.eiie. Hitterson, Htepnlak, St. ktrmaln, BerrysBaa, Bray, chapman roweil, Lastiglione, Catgin, Hriscoll Defilippi, Dudwtaakl, Jacob QHpp, Oof man, uasvoda, Harris, Hoganaon Hi ehner, Hi rmaa Hoehner, Herman Carl John.'-. ui. Klinkert, Fen tan, Matt Boa, Nadeau. Martin. O'Briea, I'asnui neiii, Paataoa, Qataa, Howling. Rich nroa, anayer, buibo, Joseph Bavtaal wi nneiier, Boronen, Temby, Tlnettl, x'air.,, w.rren, Murphy, paaooa, nor SnSi .n, Jmlrleh. in addition to the members of the aiumet Kngineers, ( apt. McKay of Co, A. Signal Crps, TpslUUtti, and six members of his company, who have bean in the copper country since thf inoi,iii..ition of the state militia here lor strike duty last summer, denarted imp last evening. PLAN HIKE TO EAGLE RIVER. Rev, j. a. Ten Brue k, rector of th Christ Kpiscopal .hutch, a c ompanlei by a party of ten I'alumet boys. hav arranged to hike from Mohawk t I- 'gle Illver this afternoon. The boy will ka guests at Ihe Ten Hroeok cot tagaj at Kagle River tor a few days. . party ,,; Meen ( alum, t ultis. (Jert- rude Cargin. Heloiee and Lucille en ong. Cenevleve Bcott. Helen ami Mar- garei Hast. Marion lelf . haneroned bv Miss Kdith rnsworth left this nmrii- iriK on a hike to the Iike Shore, where they w ill camp over night. AMPAIGN FOR HOLDING COMPANY HERE TOESOAY WHIRLWIND EFFORT IN CALU MET DISTRICT THROUGH OUT THE DAY. NEED GREATER ACCOMODATIONS Open-Air Amphitheater Planned for Next Central Reunion Pinnl arrangements are being made this afternoon for the big campaign to be conducted tomorrow by the duly author, zed solicitors for subscriptions for shares in the $lon,uuu holding com party being organized to assist oi inning new industries to the t opper country. The campaign Is to b. very thorough one, notwithstanding tha fact it is to be of a whirlwind or der. In eight hours, the solicit Plan to give every man In the Calu met district, no matter what his pr reeaion or occupation, an opportunity to subscribe for stock In the new com pany. and from the Interest being manifested, it is believed a very large proportion of the stock will be sub scribed for In the Calumet district ueorge L. Price, secretary of the Commercial club and J. G. Rrown. fl- r anc i,u commissioner lor the new company, will be In Calumet tomor row to advise nnd assist the solicitors There will be n general meeting of the solicitors In the Red Jacket council chamber at 8 o'clock tomorrow morn nine, when stationery will be supplied and final suggestions given. At 0:o0 la the evening the committees will meet again to report the success the canvass. Mr. home Mil w.i Rev . LOCAL BREVITIES. and Mrs. Norman Valentine from a visit to Chicago ilkeo. H. K. Madseti. of ('hie ago. are ami dis- V i II lam quarter-Murdoch for All .Mens Oxforde, Tans, Black, Gun Mtal. mid-summer clean-up sale " P' f ci nt off regular pi ices. Save wonty (t uts on every dollar by pur haatai VOttf oxfords here. Vertln Broe. - CO- Shoe DHL Main Floor. lumet. Advertisement. 8-3 . , . STATEMENT OF CONDITION of the Merchants & Miners Bank At Close of Business June 30, 1914, RESOURCES Loans, Mortgages snd Securities $1,608,574 41 Overdrafts ' ' j.H Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 14.000 00 Cash on hand and m Banks 1,07438404 $2,697,651.58 LIABILITIES . Capital stock f faajaaji Surplus Fund 200.000.00 Una.v.ded Profits 57.690.51 O00'" 2.289,961.07 $2.697,f,',1.'-8 -j - ! RRAND Kenneth E. Voght. Mgr. 'Pictures for Particular People" TONIGHT ONLY THE OLD FIRE HORSE and THE NEW FIRE CHIEF TWO reel Vltagraph feature comedy John Bunny ami Kate Price. DEATH'S WITNESS PoWerfHl Biograph Drama AND THE DANCE WENT ON A And Kalem Comedy it's some comedy. SLIPPERY SUM'S STRAGEM Essanay Comedy. ADMISSION FIVE AND TEN trlci superintendent of the Norwegian- Danish M. ft c hurch. departed today tor his home nfter preaching at both morning and evening services yester day. The annual outing of the Norwegian Lutheran Sunday school held yester day at Traverse Hay, proved a delight ful one. Sunday school exercises were held in the open and basket Inn. h- ns were enjoyed. Mrs. John Roac h of Calumet has left for I.os An galea, railed there because of the serious i linens of her sister. Mrs. Mary Johnson Henry Bailer, who has been located at Port William, Ont.. for the past several months, ha arrived bete t re sume his resilience. Mrs. John Smith of Centerville, mt . former Calumet resident, is visiting with local friends. Mrs. ft U Mdntyre has arrived home from Denver, where she has been visiting for some time past. She was accompanied by her sisters, Mrs. P. C, Main .,r Denver and Mrs Edward Coombs of i mahn. John Mull, I left Saturday evening for DulUth, where he will take a posi tion with the Standard mi contnsv. Albeit Hall has resigned his position nt the Vastblnder and Heed Pharmacv. Mr. and Mrs. John Radar of Flint, who have been visiting with friends M the copper country have left for their home. Dr. J. V. fJrahak of Pittsburgh, has been Visiting with friends and relatives In Calumet. Mr. ami Mrs. William Ha nil of I ie troll are Isltlns In Calumet. Miss KTattlc Pam of Iron Mountain has b it for her home nfter visiting lo- I friends. Miss Hilda DyM has gone t Ra. Hi". is., where she will visit. Mrs Arthur Sanders left Baturda) for Iron Mountain to visit Mrs. I rank H. Bchumaker and daughters (lertrude and Mildred, win have been camplBfl Ht Kagle Harbm srient Sunday in Calumet. Thev da Patted foff Kagle Harbor again tht morning, accomuanied bv Mrs. John McLaughlin and children. Mr. and Mrs, A. 1). Nicholas, son Moiizo and daughter Lorna are home from a visit in lahnemlng. nnouncemerit h.is been made of the tpproaching marriage of Miss Tillie Idley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nartaa fJHdiey to Ray Doddleaton of Datrolt, a member ef one of tha De ¬ troit Companies Whlah saw service in the copper country during the strike. Mrs. Janu s 1 1. James and family left this mornlnat for Michlaamme. I'lc liny will spend a short time with friends. J. J. Krennan of If ABBS copper untry manager for the National I'ole company, was a Calumet visitor this morning. John Rrown of Chnssell wns a busi ness visitor here todny. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Chynoweth haVS left foi Kurope, where tlo v will spend the remainder of the summer. Miss Lillian pollack, a teacher in i be Chicago schools, formerly of the Calumet school faculty, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will If. Minnear. iVc births and two deaths wire re corded in the village of Red Jacket during July. With an attend. in f ir more former residents of the Central Mine at the bljj home-coming reunion yes terday, it became apparent to all that In the future some more adequate ac commodations must be provided for the religious services which form th' principal part of the home-coming temonies. The old Central Mine M. church really lacked the capacity to house its former worshippers and their orogeny satisfactorily, ami the suggestion was made and ptobablr will be acted upon, thnt befote the next reunion, an open-air amphithea ter be ago Tided for these services. Krotn ever standpoint the reunion yesterday was the moat ajj'cessful of the seven that have been onducted. The weather was ideal and the at tendance was all that could be asked. POl lowing the religious sVrvices in the Central church, immediately after the arrival af the special train, the home comer visited points of interest anl renewed the friendships of by-gone years. With enthusiasm, the former Cen tral residents voted unanimously to hold a similar reunion next year and appointed a committee composed of ft J .Hall, superintendent Of the pub lie schools in Calumet. Supt. Alfred N'ic bolls, superintendent of the Osceo la township schools: T. K. Mit. hell. f Houghton; Dr. John MaeRae of CententaL Thomas Rule of Lake Lin den, and Thomas lrn of Mohawk, to make nil arrangements for the honv - oming. The sermon of Rishop P. D. LlSte, the principal speaker and guest of gtOft was n very interesting one. he having taken his theme. 'Chiistianitv . the AI!-onquerlna Religion." Bishop .eete reviewed the history of other e!lgiO!U1 and showed that each an 1 every oi r them nas aemanaea sac rifices of some sort. The Christian re ligion also demands sacrifices, he ointed out. Scat, d on the platform from which ishop Leete's sermon wns given were dwarf Hail, sr.. of Laurtuas, John Rows of Mohawk, John Knee bone of lurium, Frank Nam-arrow of Pew- ibie and Edward Mills of Lanrlum. all 1 c upper c ountry pioneers and among the oldest of the former Centra! Mine residents. The choir, which assisted nt the services, was made up or former res: - entS of the Central Mine and Ihe ren- Utton of old familiar hymns added much to the enjoyment of the OC e sum. Safety Ragor blades sharpened at Stafford's Pniber simp, .".or, Fifth St.. Adv ertisement -S- 111 S. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency. Personal, Accident and Health Insur ance. n vert i si ment - tr Norlne Rebecca lodge will hold special meeting Wednesdav evening.! August .'.th. Adver I isement 3. 8. C. Cnynoweth Insurance Agency. Liability Insurance. Advertisement -tf CVERY bottle of our Cf Beer reveals brewing as a fine art. Our Brewery is equip ped with all modern ap pliances. Cleanliness is the Watchword in all de partments. Have a case of our Beer delivered to your home. In large and small bottles. SCHEUERMANN BREWERY Calumet, Hancock, South Range, Mich. ROYAT THEATER JU Next to Postoffico, Calumet. TONIGHT ONLY THE FATAL PORTRAIT Kalem Drama in two acts COMING TUESDAY AUG. 4TH A STRING OF PEARLS A Word to the Wise! Whether your painting ia an in vestment or an expense depends on whst psint you buy. Don't buy paint that has to be prepared by hand, in that case you pay extra for the painter's time in mixing. Don't buy cheap paint though ready mixed. You get just what you pay for, an inferior psint and inferior results. NOXALL PAINT. Tha psint that covers best, goes the farthest, and gives longest and best service that is the paint for you to use. Every can guaranteed. KECKONEN HARDWARE CO. 5TH STR., CALUMET. What You Cannot See about a suil or overcoat presenoe r absence is only be in your clothes if There re many t hlug 1 hat you cannot see their manifest after long wear, Those things you assume t mi buy tliciii of a reputable house. You are safe in dealing with a linn that has a reputation for Quality Merchandise, for such a reputation takes a long time to build and is a very preoioui nst, ami, like most precious thing, is easily destroyed. We have spent years of time ami thousands of dollars in building our business reputation as Value Qivers in Clothing, Hats and Purnishing Goods. And because we know that the slightest misstatement would bring that reputation down like a house of cards, you may rest assured that when we say our Hart, Sehattiier & Marx Clothes, our Hats, our Haberdashery offer the greatest values, at their prices, we say it adivsedly and only after careful investigation. s if yon want ihe beat clothes your money can buy at $25, or $18 or any other price up to $50 or if value in Hals or Furnishings means anything to you, come to The Boston Store LAURIUM, MICH. H. S. & M, CLOTHES 20 per cent OFF. INTERIOR WORK for floors, stairways, wainscot ing, mantels, etc., finds its best exemplar as to hardwood lumbe. in the yards beariivi our name. There is lumber and lumbei why not cet IllBtfeer that su:'e every month in tho yoiir from January to December, inclusive? OPVKlCHt Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD CALUMET Phone 7. - YARDS AT -COPPER CITY Phone 36. HANCOCK Phone 122. Charity Dance Vincent I daughters of St. Paul. Electric Park WEDNESDAY. AUG. 5TH Laarium Orchestra. Everyone Welcome. MOST FOR THE LEAST That is what we assure our custom ers the most in quality at the least in price. We carry a large assortment of the CHOICEST MEATS. We never experience any difficulty in pleasing the most particular, either in goods or prices. We ought to serve you if you want the best for the least. Quello's Market Removal Notice From 210 Fifth St. ta 2nd Floor, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., 5th 8t., Cslumet. Phone 655-M. DR. R. P. NEIL, Dentist. FOR RENT Boom DwcjUiag, Bed Jacket. $17. Possession July Nth. FOR SALE 8 Room modern house 9th St., Bad Jacket. Full lot immediate pos session $6,500. Faucett Bros. 6c Guck j; TRY A NEWS WANT AO Dr. E. J. Chaput 210 -DENTIST- 5th St,. Cslumet. Announces the opening of hie den tal office on Tuesday, Aug. 4th. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS.