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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 13U,
THE CAXUMET NEWS PAGE FIVE Laurium Department YOUNG MEN'S. CATHOLIC CLUB'S SMOKER SUNDAY OPENING OF THE FALL SEASON BY POPULAR SOCIAL OR GANIZATION. The Young Men'a Catholic Club of Laurium will open it fall and winter Ht-iiHon with a umuker In the club room cm Sunday night. All member of the flub are cordially Invited to be pres ent and IniiHinuch &a an enjoyable pro gram haa been prepared, the Oceanian Im looked forward to with Interest. It Id probable ut thin time planH will lie formulated for the activities of the coming months. The club will make an effort at tho very beginning of the neu ron to Hocure an IncreaHod enrollment and there are brluht prospect of huc f esH, for the organization has proved its iimfulnoHs beyond question by Uh splendid record in the last few Keu foiih. The frequent ooclul events which promise to be a feature of the coming reason likewise will prove an incentive to an Increased membership. (lymnusium work will be taken up at once and from the record of past HensonH, there Is little question this department will bo highly successful in tho coming year. With the thorough overhauling of the club bowling alloys, interest in this popular Indoor pnstirno also tdiould Increase and it is likely the club will have one of the stronest teams in the Copper Country league as well ns a tournament for club teams. 1 MUST CUT DOWN EXPENSE. Tost master Chlia Lowney has re ceived a circular communication from Third Assistant Postmaster General Itoper calling on him to exert every possible inlluence to reduce offlco ex penditures. Klmllar letters have been went to all postotnees In the country. Postmasters are Instructed to make re duction In their forces, where this is possible. Postmaster Lowney does not believe any extensive reduction will be poKBible In Lnuilum and certainly no curtailment of the force will be attempted. .. .5. .j, .j. .j, ... LAURIUM BREVITIES. . .j. ,:. W. II. llennetts has arrived home from Detroit, where he went a short time ago In attendance upon Hichard I I.,,1m ... ... 1 1 . maim iiiiiiiarcn or me Miehi- gan odii l ellows, who Buffered an In jured foot on his recent visit to the copper country. Mioses Alice Fymnns and Anna llo gan departed yesterday fr Ypsilanti, where they will enter the normal school. liov. George W. P.roomo and F.d ward Lee, delegates from the Calumet Ilaptlst church to the convention of the M.trquette P.aptlst association at Marquette, are expected home today, the session having been concluded yesterday. Mrs. Ona Meyers of Klrst street has a Bplendid specimen of the beautiful Hoilya house plant, seldom found out Hide of Japan and the Hawaiian Isl ands, in cultivation at her home. INTEREST PAYMENT OCT. 1. Last Disbursement For Year on Bond ed Indebtedness of Village. The last disbursement of the pres ent year on the bonded Indebtedness of the village will be made October 1, when Interest payments amounting to $750 in the 189S Issue of bonds and $l,Ji;5 fin the 1911 bond issue are met. There are ample funds In the sinking fund to take enre of the obligation. The payments on net. 1 will HWell the total of bonds and interest retired this ear to $8,675.00. Next year' payments against tho bonded Indebtedness will be consider ably higher than those of this year, amounting In all to $13,525. The pay ments next year will be the heaviest to be met by the village with the single exception of those in the year which amount to $26,32.1. Inasmuch as the sinking fund Is in excellent condition and will be in creased about Jan. 1 to the extent of about $1-1,000, when this year's taxes have been collected, provision prob ably will bo made for the retirement about that date of the bonds which ordinarily will not fall due until next June, making possible a saving of in terest for the village for the six months' period from Jan. 1 to June 1, the bonded Indebtedness bearing n higher rate of interest than Is being received by the village on the sinking fund moneys. A saving of several hundred dollars Is possible by this action. GOES TO KEARSARGE SOON. Robert M. Smith of Laurium to Be coma Postmaster There. Robert M. Bmlth of Laurium, whose appointment to be postmaster at Kear sar.ue recently was confirmed by the Kenate, Is awaiting hla commission and probably will arrange to assume his new duties there about net. 1. Air. Smith's selection for this olllco occa sions much pleasure among his local friends. Chester Fisher has been appointed to succeed Mr. Smith on tho staff of the Calumet Gas company, when the latter retires about Oct. 1. Misses Roso Olson and Kvelyn Sym ons of Laurium have gone to Kalama zoo, where they will attend school. Only Sure Corn Cure Ever Known "Gets-It" the New Way, 2 Drops Do It To endure the pains nnd tortures caused by a llttlo thing liko a corn Is ridiculous, simply because It I s unnecessary. The new-plan corn cure, U. "GETS-IT for Corn and You Won't Holler" When You Put oa Your Shoo. "OKTS-IT," is tha first one ever known to remove corns without fall, without pnln and without trouble. This Is why It Is the bk'gest-selllni corn cure In existence today. It Ih now used by million", because It floes away with sticky tape, with plasters and cotton rlnKS that shift their po sition nnd press down onto the corn, with salves that "raw up" tno to0' with "harnesses" that cause pressure nnd pain, with knives, razors and files, clawing and pulling at a corn. "GUTS-IT", Is applied In two sec onds. Two drops applied with the glass rod do the work. Pain goes, the corn shrivels, vanishes. Accept no substitute. Try It on any corn. wurt. callus or bunion tonlaht. "GKTH-IT" In sold by druggists ev erywhere, 2.V a bottle, or sent direct ly K. Lawrence & Co, Chicago. Advertisement, JUDGES BUSY AT I FALL OPENING I OF Fine Program Is Arranged for This Afternoon and Night I'y this afternoon nil premiums will have been awarded at the Keweenaw fair. Kxhlbltois have been notllled they will be supplied with blue, red and white tags to be displayed during the fair and tlint the ribbons of the corresponding colors will be given to them nftrr the fair closes, this ar rangement having been decided upon to keep the ribbons in first class con dition for those who desire to retain them as souvenirs. There were splendid crowds In at tendance at the fair last night, Includ ing several hundred from Calumet. Tho flno exhibits in tho various de partments, especially the poultry de partments, and the attractive arrange ment and preparation of the booths won well deserved attention. The attractions also were viewed with great interest, especially tin Tango dancers and the Savages in ac robatic work. So popular were the drilling machines it was found neves sary to arrange for special exhibitions. Following is the complete program for this afternoon nnd evening: 1:30 o'clock Concert by Mohawk band. 2:20 Free open air acrobatic exhi bition. 2:45 Drilling machine exhibition 3:00 Tho Savages In acrobatic work, indoors. 3:30 Drilling Machine exhibition 4:00 The Savages, lndoois. 4:30 Cosner and Janls, tango dancers. - 5:00 Drilling machine exhibition. 7:00 Open nir concert by Mohawk band. K:00 Savages. 8:30 Delmar the lightning calcu lator. :00 Savages. 0:30 Cosner and Janis, tango dancers. Drilling machine exhibitions will be interspersed between other features on the program. Tonight tho Laurium Junior Doost ers, accompanied by the Laurium band, will visit Mohawk to attend tho fair, special street cms having been char tered for the trip. Friday at tha Fair. The program for tomorrow, Calumet and Laurium day at the fair is very similar to that for this afternoon and evening. The Liuilurn band also will bo In attendance this evening nnd an added feature of special Interest to Calumet nnd Laurium residents will be tho vocal solos of Mi's. Charles Thomas. Saturday'a Program. The feature of especial Interest for Saturday, the closing d:iy of the fair will be the awarding of the forty-acre farm and the automobile, special prizes for the fair. Tho Orpheus Glee Club will give programs Saturday afternoon and evening, an added feature for the fair. The following are tho programs: Afternoon Oloe "Hall Smiling Morn." lnet "Kxcelsior," Krnot I'.ond nnd Fred Hosevear. Cornet solo, selected J. I'.owden. (l0O "Comrades In Anns." Qunrtet "Soldiers Farewell," F.rnest Ilonds, W. Ferry, Harry Needs and John Arthur. Solo, selected Arthur Rule. (;PP "Star of the Deep." Fvenlng program Oloe 'Little Tommy Went a Fish- '"K" .. l),.t"The Lost Ship." Lrnest Itond, Harry Needs. THo "A Little rurm veu nu Ernest Dond, Fred Rosevenr, Arthur. n C,cf "Comrades In Arms.' Solo, selected Frnest Honda, Cloe "Massa a In Ground." John do Cold, Cold. Vertin Bros0 Clothing Department ake II a Point to Come to this Mm wmtM wmf I ! I: m w$mm yU Sincerity M ityle Show! No greater or better gathering of authoritative men's fashions is shown in this vicinity than this famous semi-annual occasion here at the STO RE THAT MEN LIKE. "With all the rapid changes that styles undergo, you are probably fashion-curious. Ycu probably want to know the correct thing before you make your investment in new clothes. You'll see the newest things in correct men's wear here. You can make sure that what you get here is coming into style rather than going 0 ut. The clothing we feature here is that we confidently believe contain more real do llar-f or-dollar value sewn into them than any oth ers that you can buy. A Peep at the Values Sincerity Clothes in Fall and Vinter weights The very newest patterns and shades $12 to $32.50 Wo ol'lYr a lar.uc selection of Hoys' nnd Men's Mackinaw's strictly nil-wool in plain ijivy, navy, red and black checks and lrovn and black checks, l'ain proof and wind proof. All sizes. Men's Mackinaws from $G.OO to S10.50 hoy's Maekinaws, ages 8 to KJ . .$4.50 to $6.00 Men's Mackinaw Caps to match $1.50 UNDERWEAR We have added to our stock of underwear the famous "YUREFIT" line of union and two piece suits. This underwear is noted for its ex cellent quality and ood lit. Specially con structed over tlie shoulders and around the waist to lit exact. Union Suits $2.00 up to $5.50 Two-piece Suits 50c to $2.25 Sincerity Overcoats in the shawl collar, Sincerity-bal and other popular types, and in every desirable color and fabric and pattern $12 to $32.50 SWEATERS in plain coats and Norfolk, some with roll col lars, liht, medium and heavy weight. Assort ment of colors. Hoy's Sweaters, a-e 2 to V2 50c to $2.00 Men's Sweaters $2.00 to $10.50 FLANNEL SHIRTS Ideal for outing wear in the fall and winter. We have a complete assortment in all colors for men and boys- Navy, Krey, brown ami wine colors, also light sillc striped. Prices range 1 from $1.00 to $3.00 VERTIN BROS. & CO. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. -:0:- MAIN FLOOR. J) AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. I CALUMET THEATER gig fROWN THEATER Matinee Night Friday, September 25 & Most spectacular and unique motion picture feature film ever produced "The Wrath of the Gods" "THE DESTRUCTION OF SAKURA-JIMA By WILLIAM H. CLIFFORD and THOMAS H. INGE in six flreat parts Showing a volcnnic eruption, so close and so realistic that it seems ab solutely incredible. PRICES Matinee 15 cents to all seats: Night, 15 and 25 cents. MATINEE AT 2:30 EVENING 7:30 AND 9:00 O'CLOCK. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. PEOPLES TONIGHT . IRENE WALLACE in a strong 3-part Drama. , The Beggar Prince of India OTHER HIGH CLASS PHOTO FLAYS. , YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE "ISi Kaiser's Challenge'9 The first authentic war picture shown in the copper country. $1 00 REWARD to anyone that can prove that the skirmish, and battle scenes were not taken at the seat of war. PRINTING Wedding Invitations Visiting Cards Birth Cards Mourning Cards The Calumet News "KWIT YER NOCKIN News Want Ads. Bring Results Subscribe for The Calumet News LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. S'it. 24; Oct. 1, S, 15. STATK OK MICHIGAN. The Pivbate Ckmrt fur the County of IltniKhtoo. At a irosion Of jwlj Court, held at th Prt)hete Ofllo in the VUlaga of Houghton, in nttlA County, on th l4t h l.iy of S.TtrmlMT A. I. 1914. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Huntley, jdga of Probate. In the matter of tho futato of Annn Ilcnich, (Ipcp.-imoJ. Mori rrrtJ!, sifter of naid doreiUHMt, having filed In nall oourt htT petition iraying that tho Julmitiistration of said eat he ftrnntol to John Ilrnlch or t omo other puitaWo pornon. It l Ordered. That tho iHth day of Oitol.er, A. P.. 1!14, nt ten o'chuk In th forenoon, nt ald prohut oftW, he and Is hereby appointed for Rearing paid petition. It is Further Ordered. That public notlee thereof ho given by publication of a copy of this order, one ewh week for threw aucielv week pre vloua to unld day of hearing. In th Calumet New, A newspaper prlnteJ and circulated In ld county. , (Peal) CEO. C. nF.NTL.ET, A true copy. Judgt of Probate. Ullas a. Mitchell. Register of Probata.