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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1914.
PAGE SIGHT THE GALIJHJST NJ5WS 52tLORECyVOU r Ihev'ortf the bee. bulih cost no more-- than others We have jut received our Now Fall Stock and how firve line of the late model. To start the season we have priced them VERY LOW. VICTOR SINGLE BBL SHOT GUNS AT $4.00 EACH. All the better gum oriced accordingly. Have you seen our new line of FOOTBALL GOODS? CARLTON HARDWARE CO 400 FIFTH ST. GOOD CROP FOR YOUNGmERS Osceola Boy Scouts Preparing to Harvest Their Potatoes Mi mbers ef the UsceoU Hoy Seoul, which organization funic i'Uo being us an outgrowth if the Osceola jSi hool boys' Anti-Cigarette League last year, reported yesterday at the opening of tlie school term that the two-acre lit 1U near Osceola, planted by the Hoy Scouts last spring, gives promise of u splendid potato crop. The boys have ii. t yet IxKim their harvest, having busied themselves during the sum mer months with the cultivation of tho potatoes and the lighting of p tato pests, but state that the experience gained last cur has helped them in their funning operations this year and there is every reason to expect a bumper crop. The boys again used the Sir Walter Raleigh seed aixl expect to tlnd a good market for their Top at prices a little above the u crime, for perfect Sir Walter Halcih pot u..es arc ill bi demand for seed purposes. The proieeds of the fanning operations help to swell the treasury of the or ganization. Await Enrollment Figures. Figures showing the total enrollment la the schools of Osceola township lire n.t available k far. but reports from all of the ward schools and separate district indicate that a bi.j increase over last year may be expected. Es pecially gratifying is the announce ment that the attendance in the schools of the Tamarack district, is gre.itly increased er that "f last year. It was generally txptcd that the ennll ineiit in the school.-) would suffer lie iv -i!y be.uu--e of the sus; erosion of work at the Tamarack, mine. OPEN ALLEYS NEXT WEEK. Two expert' f ft.. Uriinswii Ke- ;n iMa. ii,,' ;r: ..nditli.n Th. s will d an. I W! il !ul t! tt.: r lb.fr. i. !j f-.T t! S. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency. Fire I nu Advr is-pt nt -t f State Savings Bank LAURIUM, MICHIGAN Statement of Condition, June 30, 1914 RESOURCES. T '"1 -M---- Loans and Discounts 641,808 7 Bonds, Mortgages and Securities 197,420 30 Banking House and Fixtures 37,500 00 Other Real Estate 8,238 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 Une'.v.dend Profits, (Net) 28,522 69 Due to Banks . 213 18 Commercial Deposits, $282,320 89 Savings Deposits 422,225 42 804,555 31 Total 4 41 YEARS IN BUSINESS Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET, MICHIGAN. Capital Paid in $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 250,000.00 Linbility of Stockholder 150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits. The LARGE CAPITAL an J 8URPLUS of this BANK and th LONG EXPERIENCE of its OFFICERS in CONDUCTING th BUSINESS ef BANKING showld mako it a SAFE DEPOSITORY for part f your EARNINGS. Charles Brigqs, President. ' Peter Ruppe, Viea Pres't. W. B. Anderson, Viea Prea't and Mflf. Stephen Paul'., Cashier. J. E. Shepard, Ass't CasMar. START HUNTING Come in and tfel some of our! STEEL LINED SHOT SHELLS. AND A NEW SHOT GUN PHONE 154. FIRST AID WORK CONTEST. Team From Negaunee Wins C. & H. Men Spectators. The tlrst annual contests of tlrst-uid teams representing the mining com panies in the like Superior region, held yesterday at Ishpcming proved highly interesting and were attended by most of the members of the Iike Superior Mine Institute and many oth ers, im hiding a goodly number of lad ies. Twelve teams competed. That the teams were well drilled was evident from the manner in which they conducted, their work. There was no confusion and all the members seemed to know just what material was needed and what they had to do. The jndues were lr. A. F. Knoefel, vice president of the Vandalia Coal company, or Linton, ll.; rr.yiessor u. Y. Williams, director ef the Illinois Miners . Mechanics institute, and (!. II. Ilawcs, rest ue engineer of l'itts hurg. l'a. C. S. Stevenson, an Instruc tor for the (.'lev el ind-i'luTs Iron com pany, tind W. M. W bb, safety inspec tor, of Gilbert, Minn., were timekeep ers. Fight men who compost' the & II. mine team, were spectators at the con test, their attendance, being w ith a v iew of entering next ear's contest. The winners were as follows: I'irst prize Republic Iron & Steel company's Hartford mine team. No uauriee, tlve bronze medals, donated by the American Mine Safety association, and $;.n ca'sh. contributed b.v the Lake Superior Mining Institute. Second 'lev eland-Cliffs Iron com-I panv's NVuautiee mine team, six silk umbrellas, donated by the Pluto Pow der company, and l''' tash, donated by the I. Iml'oiit powder company. Thlrd-- diver Iron Mining company's Marquette range team, one self rescue apparatus, contributed by the Prueger Apparatus (oinpan.v, and $-') cash coli tiiiaiud by the (iiiPont conipanv, and bv the Institute. There was only m-vcii points differ e'n e between the tlrst n!id last teams of the twelve that competed. .V"i) REWARD W.II be paid by the Houghton Coun ty Potato Growers Association to the P rsoii furnishing, in the jud-metit of the Directors, the best and most np- propriato design or emblem to lie used bv the ;..ss i.itioa upon sa ks, slilp- piii' tug-" and for advertising purposes, designs to i,e drawn fifteen (1.".) inches In diameter and mailed to John G. Stone, so. retary. Masonic Temple, I!o,.-h!o!i, Michigan, on or before Sept. ml., r 1 Jth. lull. Alv criNi tin-fit 1. .$1,033,291 18 $20,000 BRIDGE PLANDEFERRED Road Work In Osceola Township to Close Today Highway improvement wtnk In Ds ccola township under the direction o Dverseer John 11. Sullivan, came to cksc today us provided by law. This has been u busy jear for tho Oscool road forces and some splendid im provements have been made in the highway system, one of the most im poitant of which is the construction of an entirely new road, one and one half miles loiiK. tapping a splendid faimliiK district west of Tamarack Tiiis road provides u splendid hlKh way, whereby farmers can reach town with their produce. Extensive road repairs also have been made In tho township, and tho completion of the new county road, runniiiK almost tailo through Osceola township, places the road system la this township in splendid condition. Although tho board had under con sidcration for gome time u project to replace the old wooden bridne runniiiK from Dollar Hay to tlroose Point niu iinliiK a connecting link between ollar Hay und P.ootjack, with a mod m steel structure, costing in the neighborhood of IJO.nuO this improve ment has been deferred for this year, irul will bo taken up ut a future date "he Improvement is a very desirable ae, for tho old bridge is almost bo om! repair and it is recognized that sooner or later some steps must be aken to strengthen it for heavier truf 11c. Meeting is Postponed, The August meeting of the Calumet ovvnship board, which was to have icon held this afternoon, lias been de ferred until tomorrow because of the absence of a quorum. At this meeting a committee of the Copper Country Commercial club will bo present to discuss with the members proposed road improvements. The discussion will bo in connection with the proposal that tho county issue bonds for 3(K).(mm) for highway improvements am! besides placing Calumet township on record in regard to this project, probably will re sult in an understanding as to town ship and county Jurisdiction in tho event the supervisors so lit to ap prove the plan. FAREWELL FOR BARSANTI. Society Tenders Banquet on Eve of His Departure for Detroit. Orlando ltarsantl, formerly of tho staff of the First National bank, who recently tendered his resignation und who leaves tomorrow for lK-troit to ome u field ugent for the Detroit Life Insurance company, of which M. I. O'lirien, formerly of Laurium. is residt nt, was tendered a farewell aii'iuet in the Italian hall last even- ng ny tlie inemners ot the Giuseppe iciety, about seventy-live in number. The gathering proved a very pleasant e, peter Barsantl having acted us istmaster. Several members re sponded to toasts and all expressed heir regret at Mr. LSarsanti's contem- lated departure. During the evening 3Ir. UarsantI was presented with a beautiful watch b, suitably Inscribed and a diamond stick pin as tokens of tho esteem In which he is held. Tho presentation was made by N. R. Iilanchi, and Mr. Parsaiitl responded appropriately. ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS REPORT. Ten New Cases Reported in Houghton County During August. Miss Henrietta llofTenbacher, visit ing nurse and secretary of the Hough ton County .Anti-Tuberculosis Hoclety, as prepared the following report for e month of August: Clinics 6. New cascH 10. Diagnosis of new cases Questlon- ible, 8; advanced, 1. Nitlonamio--nniiteh-Ltnericun 8, 'innlsh 1, Polish 1. Sent to county sanatorium 1 man. Sent to other state 1 woman. Deaths 1 woman. Visits 7-. Milk supplied by society 93 tptH. Milk supplied by individuals C2 ts. I'ree clinics held Wednesday after noon, room 21 Superior Dank building. Hancock. Friday ufternoon, Orensteln building, Calumet BIG PARTY OF TOURISTS. Mr. and Mrs. C. Tl MeClusky and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. West of Decker vllle, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miner of I'ort Huron, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rust of Ypsl- lantl. Mr. nd Mrs. A. 1. Crasier of Jackson, A. W. Rloomgarden of Detroit nn.l P. W". Nulty of Grand Rapids, tourist, visited in Calumet yesterday afternoon snd evening and thin morning. The party made a hurried trip through te district in an auto mobile and departed over the iSotith Shore thla morning. While In Calumet, tlie party was entertained at the Ar lington. NEW PIPE ORGAN SHIPPED. Advices received here Indicate that the new pipe organ ordered by the la dies of St. Mary's Italian church from the flrrri of Kstey and Co., Rattleboro, Vt.. has been shipped to Calumet and should lie received here In about week. The alterations at the church preparatory to the Installation of the organ have about been completed, and an expert of the manufacturers will come here to place the organ In posl tlon. The Instrument will be one of the finest In the copper country. 8. C. Chynoweth Ineuranca Agency. Personal, Accident and Health Insur nce. Ad vert torment-tf LOCAL BREVITIES. :$! "j Mian Gertrude AVblf has returned from Jordan, Minn. Mrs. K. A. Othote is home from a visit to Minneapolis. The funeral of Mary, the one-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lugg of Mohawk, who died yesterday, will be held tomorrow uftcrnoon. Charles Erlandaon has arrived home from Mlchigammet where ho attended tho picnic Sunday' of tho South Shore section men. ; Capt. Will A. Childs la in Detroit, at tending tho annual convention of tho Grand Army of the Republic The first aid crew of the C. & II. Mining company, consisting of eight men, is In lohpemlng to witness tho tlrst aid contests in connection with the Luke Superior Mining Institute. Mrs. Nathan Lurie hus departed for Des Moines, Iowa, where she will visit with relatives and friends. Alex McLean departed last evening for Indon, Ont, where lie will upend pome time. Miss Anna I Trlhingham of Oak Park. 111., has assumed her duties ns supervisor of music of tho Osceola township schools, a position to which she has Just been appointed. Miss Eva Lonewav has gone to Grand Rapids, to continue her train ing for the profession of nurse. Pert Larson, formerly of Calumet, has been pitching splendid ball for tho Grand Forks, Northern League team Recently he let tho Virginia team down with one Bcr,atch hit in a full nlne-ln tilng contest. Sam Abramson of Superior. Wis., has returned to his homo after a business islt here. A chimney lire at a residence in Swedetovvn, caused an alarm of lire to bo turned in from box "..' this morn ing. There was no damaue. Mrs. I. J. Roedel will leave this nf- tcrnooii for Chicago to join her hus band. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. tSould of P.attle 'reek, who have been visiting with their son Edgard II. Could ut Kear- arge, have left for their homos. Miss R. M. Douulas. the trained nurse, has gone to .MrioiK, v a., wnere he will visit with relatives and friends for the next two months. Rev. Howard 11. Ziegler of the Epis- opal Missions has arrived home from month's vacation spent at Mackinac, tleorue Wcstormann, upper peninsula retary for the Y. M. C. A. w ill leave this afternoon for Iron River after spending a few days with friends in a In met. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Myatich of Copper City are the parents of a son. Charles Skelly of Ralph, Dickinson ounty, is the guest of friends In Calu met for ;i short time. Mis. W. II. Jeffcry and daughter, Miss Katie, have arrived home from Menominee, where they have been vis iting William J. H. Snell, formerly of alumet. Miss Pearl Williams has left for her home in Trimountaln, after visiting ith friends and relatives here. Tho Kings Daughters of the (Scr an Reformed church will hold their gular monthly meeting at the home f Miss !'. Messner, 413 Fifth street, on Thursday evening. (Jeorge Hayes and James Dandy left this morning for Princeton, Mich., here they expect to locate. William Olscn, who has been locat ed at Flint for some lime past has ar rived here to resume his residence. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Shea of Ann Arbor are visiting with Mr. Shea's par ents In Red Jacket. Mr. Shea was for merly a member of the firm of Shea Pros, and was engaged In the livery and undertaking business here, lor the past year he has been attending the University of Michigan. Recause of the curtailment of opera tions of several of the large mining companies affective today, the Mineral Range road has discontinued Its night rock train. TONIGHT DANIEL FROHMAN Presents the distinguished American actor William Farnum In the famous tale of a strong man's temptation, trangression and regeneration. THE MEIFTH one conn A Famous Players Producton IN FOUR PARTS "The Redemption of David Corson," the noted story of u man's des perate struggle with himself, provides William Farnum with a role superbly suited to his individuality. David Corson Is a rugged man with an abundance of magnetism and spiritual power. For a time he uses his psychic gifts to rescue mid redeem his stumbling fellow men; until a woman comes into his life and Satan comes also. From this time David degrades his jtreat power by using it as a means to se cure the woman. He loses Ills great faith, gambles and drinks, und nar rowly escapes becoming a murderer. Then, after an agonizing period of anguish and remorse, he emerges from the shadow of shame and sin, und achieves his regeneration. CONTINUOUS FROM 7 P. M. ALWAYS 5 BOOST FERRIS ATJSHPEMIN6 Copper Country Non-Partisan Club Members Active The Copper Country Non-Partisan Ferris Club, several of whose inem bers ure active copper country Py thlans, plan to conduct an active cam palgn to further the Interests of the present state executive at the big state convention and upper peninsula re union of the Pythian order, which opens tomorrow at Ishpemlng. Among the members of tho degree teams, which will represent the copper coun try lodges in tho contests at the Ish pemlng meeting, are a score or more Non-Partisan Ferris boosters, among the livest members of the club They havo arranged to work quietly among the Iron country Pythians und citizens to ascertain the sentiment and naturally will tell the residents of that section about the feeling of deep re spect the present executive's action In the late copper country strike engen derod all through this district. Tho latter part of this week tho ex ecutive committee of the non-partisan club will hold n. meeting to preparo plans fur a very active campaign in this district. An invitation will be ex tended to (Jovernor Ferris to visit Calumet and other copper country towns and plans will be taken up for Increasing the club's membership in this district ns well as for the forma tion of other clubs in tho copper coun try. OTHERS LEAVE FOR WAR. Two Turks and Greek Leave to Re join Tnir Regiments. Each day tho list of Calumet and copper country volunteers for the Eu ropean was Is increased. Yesterday, two Turks, John Mustafa and John llatlja and a (Sreek named Steve Zarackl, all of whom have been employed at North Keaisarge and who have bet n v ery friendly, departed to rejoin their regiments, which are like ly to be found on opposing sides, in case trie tireeK una itirKisn govern ments decide to enter the European turmoil. Recent news dispatches In dicate this is more than a probability. Calumet friends have been advised that among tho volunteers of Prin cess Patricia's Canadian Light Infan try, which recently embarked for an unknown destination, presumably to reinforce the P.ritlsh, Is John MacPher- on. who left hero miring the strike ror London. Out., und from there went to Ottawa from which city he enlisted. TAX COLLECTIONS POOR. Tax collections In the village of Red Jacket have been very unsatisfac tory so far. out of a total roll of J21, 870, only $4,500 has been received by Deputy Treasurer Will Kaiser to date. The warrant on the tax roll has been extended by the council to the third Monday In October, ufter which time an extra collection fee will be added. Those who have neglected to pay their taxes should give this matter their at tention before the warrant expires. v NAVAL RESERVE OFFICER. James I Ford of Chicago, chief In spector of the 'Hartford Steam Poller Insurance company, was a business visitor in Calumet yesterday. Mr. Ford Is a. prominent olllcer In tho great lakes naval reserve and ex pressed pleasure when Informed there is a movement on foot to organize a division in Calumet, stating he knows of no reason why such a division should not be very successful. S. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency. Liability Ineurance. Advertisement-tf DOORS OPEN 0:45. & 10 CENTS. 25 Discount Fishing Tackle FOR BALANCE OF SEASON Get ready in time and don't leave things until the last min ute. Look over your traps and St everything in good order. Be aura to test you lines and aee that they are all right. Bet ter atill, get yourself a new kingfisher and be aura you are right. Come in and aee us, anyhow, and talk it over. We carry a carefully selected stock of up-to-date fishing tackle and remem ber everything of thia complete line goes at 25 per cent discount for the balance of the season. K EC K0!l Ell HARDWARE co. r ft l iiiifv iitrum a hi IV . GEN. POTTS, U. S. A., RETIRES. Commander of Seventh Brigade Reaches Age Limit. "Washington. 1). (.'., Sept. 1. Prig. lien. Ramsay D. Potts, until recently In command or tno 7th Prigado, ut Vancouver barracks, Wash., was plac ed on the retired list of the army today by operation of the age limit. . (Jen. Potts is a native of the District of Columbia and entered the army in 1807 as second lieutenant of tho Third Ar tillery. With the exception of a two year detail in tho inspector-general's department in 1901 his entire service was in the artillery arm until his pro motion to the grade of brigadier gen- ral in 1U08. KING RECEIVES BELGIANS. London, Sept. 1. Members of the Pelglan commission en route to the United States to protest against ullcg ed Herman atrocities in the war zone were received by King George ut Huck- ingham palace today,, BY AUTO FROM MARQUETTE. Capt. Thomas Hoatson and son, Chester and W. I Stannard left Sun day by boat for Marquette where they will spend a few days. They took with hem the ll.j-horsepovver Hoatson touring car, In which they expect to make the return trip, about the last of the week. -'( Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD - YARDS AT -COPPER CITY Phone 36. CALUMET Phone 7. INSURE YOUR HOME Could you afford to build an other house if your'a was de stroyed by fire? The surest way to protect the money you have invested in your home ia to carry " INSURANCE Wt can protect you against .fire. Faucett Bros. 6c Guck (ordwood MALFROID TRADING CO. Phone 105 W. E. Steckbauer Maker of Quality Portraits MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. FOOD LAWS IN EFFECT. Dominion Government Aims To Stop False Marketing of Produce. Ottawa, Out., Sept. 1. New regula tions designed to prevent, the false marking and salo of butter and dices go into effect throughout the Dominion tslay, in accordance with the provin lons of tho Dairy Industry Act. Under the new regulations It Is re qulrod that whey butter, a mixture of whey butter with creamery or dairy butter, or butter manufactured from a mixture of ordinary cream separated from milk and cream separated from whey, must all be branded legibly with the words "whey butter" when packed. Dairy butter mixed with creamery, dairy butter packed in boxes similar to those used for creamery, or cut into blocks) squares or prints and wrapped in parchment paper, must bo legibly branded with the words "dairy butter." Cheese manufactured from skim milk or milk from which ony cream has been removed, or milk to which skim milk has been added, riiusl. bu branded on the side of each cheeso be fore It leave's tho factory with the words "skim milk cheese." No person shall apply any brand or tho word "Canadian," "Canadien," or "Canada" as a descriptive term on lnit ter or cheese boxes or packages unless the cheese or butter nas been actually produced In Canada, or give falsw In formation as to th place of manufac ture. You Are Safe in buying your lumber here. By judicious buying we have etock ed our yards with the best, and we offer the best at tho lowest possible prices. We have every Aind of (umber for every pur pose. We give juet as careful attention to a small order as to large ones, and if you want lum bar for any uso it will pay you to come to ui, HANCOCK Phona 122. The Milwaukee County Hospila SCHOOL FOR NURSES offers to a limited number of young women an excellent courso In the theory and practice of nursing. Applicants should bo between tho ages of 21 and 35 years, have a g'"' KngliJi education and be of S'' moral character. Monthly cash allow ances after the probationary term. Application papers nnd bulletin of in formation sent on request. Address: Milwaukee County Hospital School for Nurses. . WAUWATOSA, WIS. A L. E. Berge Pianoforte Instructor btudio Hermann Bldg.t 6th Str. Telephone 149-R Term Be ginning September 7, 1914. IT TAKES DIPLOMACY to keep a good cook, but it only takes a small ad In the News Help Wanted Columns to find one. Call North 209 today and send In your ads. 8. C. Chynoweth Insurance Ag.ncy Workmen'. Compensations-Advertisement.