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Ttt CALUMET NEWS
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914.
Michigan Woodmen Delegates
Want Headquarters in Detroit
Ificlilgna ieiegatea la the html ramp
of ins Masters Wood men ul America
whii I. ronvengS in Toledo ill Jinn-, will
;iHk the i ain) t rstnoVO I In head-
qoerters ur tiu- ocder rron Rook lsl
aiid. 111., to Ut'trolt.
The Modem Woodmen Is the larg.
si fraternal beneficiary sot lefty in
the woild, hiiviiiK a nunibfisliip i.i
about ono inillmii, 40,000 Of whom KM
in this state ami 7, .'.on in Detroit Tlx;
order t-m pi -s 500 persons: in Its sn
tlonal ueodo.uartera in addition to
this u operate .i printing i lanl m
conjunction with the bond office, onv
ploying 100 persons. A hull ling of
ufficlenn ease to linns the bend ot
decs ami printing plant would rival
eoMM "i Detroit'! best office buildings
and would be, of H reproof construction
i j. Buttturd, state manager r the
society, Kaiii recently: "The chance
gre asors I ban even that the national
hesdqusrtere trill io .anon from Illi
nois. Has always bad mors than ber
hare of the bond officers, and In ad
dition t" that she bai the nntlonsl
headoonrtora and all of the beneflta
that fiou- front it in tin-, way of pat
ronage. Illinois has boon able t as
cure these thlnga because "i its large
membSfShlS and tin- fuel thai it has
always htood loyal tu thr adminlstra
tion. Th la time ii looks ns though
there sjWfchl be a divided delegation
from Illinois t" the bend ramp, if euch
a thing should happen, the outside
tates w 1 1 nut feel under obllgntjona
to Illinois ami win take aaHantassi
of tin- opportunity lost waited for to
appropriate some of the good things
Questions oi taxation are also In
volved. it is i stated out that Michigan has
a I way i senl loyal delegationi to the
in id cninpa of tin- society, anil that
during tin- readjustment period a
larger per cent of tin- memters of
Michigan transferred to the now
plans than tiom any it her etnte in the
WM. ELLIS SENTENCED TO
FIFTEEN YEARS IN PRISON
IS FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER
ING HIS WIFE IN CHICA
Chicago Hi.. March l, William
Chvtte) Rllli was late yesterday found
guilt) ot murdering his wife .Mrs.
Rhtatest ii. Kiiis, last October in a
Chicago hotel Punishment was fixed
at Imprisonment in the state peniten
tiary for Fifteen years. The defense of
transitory insnntt) si t up bxBllta sp
Dnismtl) was dlsrogaided by the jur
ors. BlHs claimed I hat he had been
driven to mania by knowledge that hi-i
wife wai lost to him and ha I ftvon
h r love to i red o, Choldwetl of
Brantford, Ont., a yovng dry k'oiIs
merchant the Blllses met during a va
cation at Qeorglan Bay.
Bllifl shot and stabbed his wife tu
death in their hotel room here Octo
ber le, mi, lie la it roars old, a
well known dialer iii leather goods a
'Cincinnati, Ohio, lie had followed hli
wile here several il,n after she cane'
to Chicago on a visit to relatives.
They celebrated their ninth wedding
anniversary with a dinner and theater
larty the night of the murder, When
found with the Corpse Kills appealed
dased. lie had allghtly slashed his
own wrists and throat.
CaUldwell declined to COUM t" Chi
ago to testify, hut from his homo in
Canada he sent dlspatchoa indignant
ly rogfOUtag the accunatlona of Kills.
Me declared that draining him into
the case was an outrage.
a water pipe may be beiii nlthoul
bin kllng if tilled w th Stater and a COl K
driven in SSCh end.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Gets at the
V, Cause and Remove it.
ir Edwards' Olive Tablets, the aub
ntltule lor calomel, act gently on th.
bowels and positively do the work.
People sfllicted with bad breath And
quick relief through ir. Edwards'
dive Tablets. The plea - int. SHKur
t CO ted tablets an taken lor bud
breath by all Who know I lc in.
Mr. Edwards' Olive Tablets ait l; a
lly but firmly on the bowels and liver,
stimulating them lo natural notion.
clearing ihe blood nnJ gent!) purify
in;,' th" entire ayslam.
They do that which dangeroua calo
mel iioes w ithoui any ol the bad aft el
All the beneflta ol nasty, sickening)
griping cat hart ci are derived from
Dr, Kdwards' (dice Tablets without
rlplng, patg ot glsagraeahle sffscto of
Mr. K. M. Kdwards discovered Ihe
formula allot seventeen rut s of ptae-
ttoo sneong patients saTUcted with bow
el and liver COmphttat will. IhO at
tendant bad breath,
Mr. nViwards i dive Tsbleta are pure
ly a vegetable fompioind mixed with
olive oil. vtiu will know them by theft
Take one or two gVOfg llighl i"i a
week and note the effect. 1'" and '..'"':
er box. The Olive Tablet t omany.
Cotnmhui, n. All druggiata Advertisement.
News o! Moving
Stone of Feature Pictures Offered
by the Local Houses, and Notes
of the Film World.
The Royal Feature.
a Klnotogram subject, "An American
King," is an unusual, but BOVCrthl lOM
hlghl) Interesting subject that features
the ReVol bill.
when Prince ptonaa Korskl decided
that in- wouM many tin' Csnatoss
Main BS than preserve his righta as i
member of the royal family f Balkla,
the king; his father, was hlghl) indin-
iant. Mat Prince Stepan remained
Unmoved despite the royal threats and
entreaties. Me manic, 1 Marit.a, and
sailed to America, where, assumlnM
the. name of Stephen Ninth, he settle. I
down tu the life ul an American bOSj
Sixty years Istgr, John North, Prtacs
Btspan'a grandson, decided to go tu
Europe, Me bad several business Inter
ests to be sure, but the main reason for
his decialoa was the fact that, Helen
Band was sailing for the rnotmtgl
with her mother and father. Join
North vss t r fond of Helen. MoTO
over, Helen like, John, so there was
really no reason why they shoiildn t
have married, Bui Helen's mother
was ambit ions, sin- wanted her daugb
toy lo marry a title.
At Just about this time the elder line
of Balkla came to an end with tie
death of King Jan IX, The next heir t .
the throne was discovered to be none
other than i certain John North, Am
erlcan cltisea The Prime Minister :
the kingdom Instantly set off to ac-
quaint that young man of his good for
North learned of his windfall in
Switzerland, whither he had followed
i lie Bossds in Bsnspatt) arlth Arthur
Merrttt, a friend oi ins if ii hadn't
been that North was desperately afraid
Melon would marry a duke despite all
his efforts, he probe bl) wouldn't kOV
listened to the Minister fur a moment,
As it was, he decided that becoming a
king was the simplest possible way of
North Aas i row t ied and dlacovered
that a monarch's life was. a dlstln '
bore. Me was so bedaed about with
conventlona thai he could hardl)
breathe. Hut ho won ins reward for il!
tin" discomforts when the Bonda were
presented at Court. The utter confus
ion of Mrs. Bond was distinctly rati-
The affairs in Balkla speeddv In cane
in a very troubled condition. After the
revolutionists had made a couple of a!
tempts on his lite, North learned tht
true reason tor their dlecoatenl and
ympathlsod with them. Arthur sfer
rltt fell in love with the Prlncesa Bon la,
who the Prime Minister had decreed
must marry North for political rea
sons. So North gOcldsd to ebar matter
Up, Me gaVS Sol la to MerrltL de
clared hlmsetl in favor of a republl",
abdicated and sailed for America with
At the Peoples.
BiSOU subject, features the People's
offering. Tin picture is a melodram i
replete with eomplex iltuations.
ClinTord'a employer hi shot down at
hit sMOi while working over plans.
ClinTord'a revolver, with his name in
scribed on Ihe butt, is found outside
the window. Clifford 's arrested mi
thla ev idence, combined with other eel
doncea of lesa importance, tried and
convicted. It is a tragic moment when
he is condemned t die. tor he lovea
the daughter of the man he ts accuaed
of murdering, Another man, an em
ploy! f the dead man, who seeks to
ma rr) ihe daughter for her money.
was reallj back of the killing. Me n
was who urged an Indian to sho.it
Clifford, his rival. But the Indian, be
ing drunk at the time, mixes the men
and shoots the employer,
On the day of the execution Alii".
the daughter, la drifting down the
fiver ill a canoe w lien she observes an
Indian swept over Ihe rapids. She rcs
Cttea the Indian in a dying condition.
and he confesses that he shot her
father. The) ate miles from the COUH-
tv seat where the execution of Clifford
is tnklng place. Bhe drags the Indian
to an BUtonObtle and the race with
The villain has bained ol the In
dian's confession and Intercept! the
mil. while .me of her hsnchmsn Is
fighting off the villain, the Kirl eseap's
with the Indian to a logging llum
which carries limber lo the county
seat, she constructs an Impromptu
boat and resumes the ra e to the cal
The villain gala possession of the
automobile and races in Ihe same di
rection. While dashing wildly over a
precipitous mountain road, the ateei
inn knuckle of the machine brenka and
the ma' bine and OCCUPUnl dash into
At Ihe scaffold the CtOWd awaits the
moment when the death trap win tail
There a commotion when Alloa and
the Indian enter. The execution s
itayod a moment. Altcs dtuga i ie ln
dtaS tS the sheriff to heal bis confes
sion. Clifford is liberated and declareu
The management of the peoplea has
mod as a special attraction for
s,i t iii day .adv. "The Romance of the
Photograph,'' a vei Intonating pic
ture. I'm- Sunday and Monday, the Poo
pie's management has aSCUNd 'Ab
sinthe.'' one of ihe most aucceaafol d
the reesnl Vnl et asl Pltm com pan)
releases. Tins plC tuft was produced
under the direction of Director Brenon
ami its plot surrounds oni) two char
,o lets. Km-; laggot . the Universal stsr1
as the absinlbe tietul and Ills Unfaltfe
lid wife l.eah Hand. The attraction
:s a powerful lesson against I he Use
of ghotathe, or the "doia s" mot m-
moii in Asssrlca,
Good Comedy at Crown.
"The OhoHt," a typical Irish const
lly. founded about the dream of a BOD
of the "uid Sod." is the Crown bead
hue anhjgfit it would he dlnVuli 'o
sav Just when Mils rollcklng. J M l:tt!
moral lesson starts. I'rrhaps. wle n
some transmitted :l to uncounted gsn
rationi of dsnrendsnts At all eevn'e,
we nee Tim first on his way in mar
ket, with his piga They are perfectly
gOOd I iKs und Tim gStO a good price
ior them. Incidents lly i he owea his
landlord several months rent bsnOt
the sailllice of pig! Which he woul'.
have preferred bgVlng In the fsmll'
for an indefinite time And ' ohvlou.-'
ionise is to rOtUra home with the p . -
eeds pay the landlord and wipe i,u:
his burden of debt, temporarily, Tim
is obliged to pass a (avian on his way
home, s. .met ll i 11 l; he hasn't siicceede I
in doing for .vears. lie v;oe,s In -an I
Kets beautifully! picturesquely pickled
on sans, Father Dulej Anda btai Is
front of the Tavern, and takes blm
home where his exasperated Bridge)
put him to bed. Then1 things la-Kin
to happen, In a cold sweat of terror
In- opens his SJTOS or thi-iks he does.
Tim's dream takes him lo the land of
endless Buffering, through 'he brims
stone tire that burns lorever. and with
a bound he awakens. Mis sojourn In
Mades is the hasis of the lillll.
New Artist With Essanay.
BaptSy Holmes has Joined the Ks
sanav Kastern BtOCk Company at I'hi
OSgOt This is one of the blggsal bombs
exploded on the uaanapoctlng exhibitor
ami theatersolng public,
Bverybod) who has seen any of the
large dramatic plavs of the paai U-
seasons, remember Bapley Holme!
With Nut OoodWln, Mr. Holme! played
leading parls in "Nathan Male. I'he
Cowboy and Ihe Kady," and "When We
Were Twenty-One." Later, M. Holmca
toured Australia, playing the leadlny
roles in "The Virginian1!! and "The
gqttaW Man." i-'or three seasons this
dramatic star was featured in the well
known production "Artsona," and in
the all-star CSSt in New York t'itv.
Kittle less than a ea r ago Mr. Holmes
was called upon to plav his part in
Mr. Holmes was in the original cast
of the "Man and the Hoar.'' and played
in this production for the entire run at
Host on, which covered a period ' t
seven months. Later, Mr. Holmea v.as
seen lu Kiaw ami Brlanger'a produc
tion "The Bound i'p "
The past season has been a verv
successful one for this talented drama
tic artist, and the closing of the orig
inal production of "A Trip to Washing'
ton," brought about Mr. Holmes' de
sire to remain in Chicago permanent
ly and. so it was thai he entered the
ranks of motion picture players.
Amateurs "t the Lyric.
This is amateur night at the LyrK
theater of 1, annum, with A. J. Lean
the La ur tum strong man anil lom; di I-
tsncs runner, as head liner, Mr. Lent
will put on an entire SOU act and DIM
which it is claimed will be immeiiselv
popular, "t'lltry'' will also have hoi
initial appearance in viand opera to
night and in addition there will be
eight other good amateurs on the bit!.
The usual run of live reels of pic
tUIV.s will be provided. I'ealiiriiiK Se
lf's two part diama. "The Wolf of Un
Msnasrer Buttenbera announce ,
extra bts feature for Suiidav and!
Monday, Kalem'a two part Indian pic
ture, "Tin- Big Horn Massacre."
The exports of Bsluchistan consist
principally ot fresh ami dried fruit,
wool, drills, Rsh, shark tins, and meats
while the imports Include Chiefly cot
ton piece goods, motel wale, tea, Sll-
gar, and canned u is.
The wihi lettuce of the northern
United States has possibilities as a
source of rubber,
Respectfully hollelta lour Not.
Support I u I he I Hllce of
A thrilling Western drama in two parts
THE ELEVENTH HOUR
Crystal drama presenting.
"HER LADY FRIEND"
a Rag grant
MIKE AND JAKE JOIN THE
PLAN FOR HALL
Council Will Entertain Project for
Apropos of the agitation for perma
nent Improvement! to the town ball,
ShlCh is bound t me before tlie
council earlv this aprlng, tentative
plans for the work are being prepared
and at a meeting ibat la not distant.
the project will be plat ed before the
That the Improvements ar,. neee.
sarv and thai it BPCttld lie 1 1 onomy to
repair the bulhflng ibis vear are both
recognised by members of Hie council
and in the event thai the finance!
warrant the expenditur. there is go
doubt but the venture will be attempt
ed in the spring.
An economical plan that has many
msritorioua features has been advam -
d by one of ihe members of the board.
He proposes that the width of the hall
be lessened by approximately i n fo
und thai a atone wall erected along
t he north side of tin present corridor
thai sepaiates the hall from the vil
lage others. Thli would permit of an
engine room ten or more feet wider
than the present arrangement and
would eliminate the use of Ihe lia'il
ball for a part of the gre equipment,
He also proposes the removal of He'
bend hall ami the erection of a mi, -slor.v
structure on He- site iid.ioini.'V
the state BneOsgsj bank, to be used for
office purposes, count ii hare ber ami
a jail. At a nominal cost, a abbstsn
tial building COUM I"' fleeted that
would permanently care for quartera
lor tic i lerk, treasurer, marshal an I
other olllv lain. The matter of a new
Jail also confronts- the council lo the
ml thai some provision must be made
Immediately, The pre.-, nl quarters are
said to be unsnSStar) and even uii.il
and in (he event that something should
result from the condition of the Jail
Ihe tillage mad And itself liable for
To provide for a new front on tie
old building, it is proposed that I
sandstone lace be placed on the new
atructura to conform with the plan
FAMILY THEATER I 1
W. L. Foley. Mcjr.
We present Motion Pictures of
powerful quality that will me he
you meditate ami others that
will oaUSe your lips to smile ami
Stow to rosse into four bean
Von sitnplv i an t imagine how
entertaining ami Interesting they
Program Today and Saturday
a two pari Cent are, blending
comedy ami pathos. , story
taken rrom Dear M Ireland.
"CAUGHT IN HIS OWN NET"
A split ie. Majestic comedy
that will makt your sides ache
a ReHnm srasss of feud
gays, thrilllno and sxcitlng.
"POWERS OF MELODY"
a i harming love eton
Only two days more to see
BATTLING BOB FITZSIM
the liv iioxitiK kangaroo
Commn Sunday only
'THE SILENT HEROES"
war drama by the fsmottl
l a on. -ho company
OLD FOLKS AT HOME"
charming drama by Thai
"THE DOCTOR'S RUSE"
A Hajestic i oinedy. festorli
I red Mi
it f ii 1 1 n. v le
Coming Saturday only with
matinee at 2:30
Victor two part drnsns
"THE ROMANCE OF A PHO
TOGRAPH" Sunday and Monday exclusive
King stagsrol and the Imp Co. m
v ar ago.
It also is - itf-'ested that the toW'i
hail ie use, i ior drentcu! quartera and
lo support this contention, the meomoi
trom the ball during the post year b
referred to. According to the annual!
report, the rental amounted to $ltn f a
the entii. year ami to heal and iiki.t
tin- room, un expenditure of tin
times that amount was Involved. I
lleie e, tie- renting of the hah duet n a i
yield an income, in fact, it is a "white
elephant". Altogether the plan is feo
hibl. and theN la little doubt hut thai
it will receive ounaidepstian from the
The Royal observatory, soni Bend
sels, bS! been divided into t v o dis
tinct establlahments, one devoted to
astronomy, together with sstrophyslcs,
geodes) ami aelsmology ; the other t"
meteorology, slong with climatology,
msgnrthnw and atasosiherli ele "!
citv . The aftoi i f tins change la to
Live the national BOtCOrolOgical ser
vile of Bohr turn an ladependeat atatns, I
w he real it was former! mere!) an ap
pondage of an astronomical observe I
Net to Post Office. ,
EDISON TWO REEL FEATURE
Pnnco Jan of Daikia ran away it
America and his yrand-ion John North. I
fell in love w.th Helen Bond whose
family was ambitious. So John accept
ed the throne of Balkia, when it was
offered him. proceeded to smash royal I
customs and to squelch tlie BonH fam
ily. THE LITTLE SISTER
THE GATGH OE THE SEASON
COMING SATURDAY MARCH 7TH
GRIP OF CIRCUMSTANCE
Essanay Two Reel Drama
SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY
AFTERNOON. DON'T MISS IT.
PROF. A J. LEAN
In a new got
in ilia ml i ipera a ml
8 OTHERS 8
Kalem t wo pari soclet) dr una
The Biggest of All FeatcrCj.
Sunday and Monday
"BIG HORN MASSACRE"
Kalem tsro part Indian picture
OUR POLICY FEATURES ALWAYS
figure or yeur next job.
Carpenter and repair work a spe
cialty. Plans and erlimatcs suhmitteJ
Phone No. 1.
DON'T BE TOO QUICK
in discarding your soiled clcthing.
Bring your suit or Spring overcovt
to us ancl have it cleaned and press
ed, and it will look as good as new,
and you will have them all ready to
put on on Spring's fir6t balmy days.
Now is the time to have your Spring
clotnmg renovated at
Michigan Dye Works
Quello Block, jth St.
line of Cala
bash, Bi .t and
Meers c h a u m
and C i g a r e t
from 25c to $30. Come and see our
display window and be satisfied.
THE SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Ciomei and Dianda
7th and Oak Sts Phone 612 M.
Pipe repairing while you wait.
firms You Ought to Know
Every etttSSM of the Copper Country owes much to His fellows.
None is big enough to stand alone, but must in a large measure depend
upon his fc"ows for ce-operation.
Every dollar spent by Copper Country people in the Copper Coun
try pays large dividends both to the indiv.dual and to tne Community.
Help the local business men to meet the pay rolls which do so much to
make the Copner Country what it is. "DO IT FOR THE COPPER
COUNTRY" is indeed worth while and brings all of us closely to
gether in our mutual wish to make a BIGGER, BETTER, GREATER
and 10 copies of Dc Luxe
McLogjStH A PnntCg Music Co.
Phone 23-1. Calcmet
NOW ON DISPLAY
Call and make your selection earl.
J. 8. RASTELLO
328 5th St.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
:- ONLY : -:
Beau I ii
J dosen for
CoC. 1st and Osceola St. Laurium.
BOOK AND ART SHOP
103 Fifth St.
ART NEEDLE WORK BOOKS.
CARDS AND STATIONERY.
Embi aiciery of all kinds.
Use our circulating library.
will prove the superiority of the
Calumet Mining Boot
.ib to style, fit ancl quality over all
other makes. Look for the word
"Cclumet" on each counter. Accept
no substitutes. For sale by all deal
ers. Made m Cloverland by the
Northland Shoe Mfg. Co.
On account of the poor times, we do
first class shoe repairing CHEAP.
J. R. SAARELA
322 Lake Linden Ave., Laurium.
PORTAGE COAL 4 DOCK CO.
112 No. So. 112-2 R.
Furniture, Piano and Safe movinq
Phone 320-L. 335 Osceola St.
"jgJJs- reason whv
ifSte. ' L via 'df-
- .01sse Y c o m p c t-
lp"1 f i t o r s. It
6 - - - ALLEYS - - 6
Most up-to-d4te in the state.
WOMEN BOWLERS are specially
Prompt attention given to match
Harper & Thomas
UNDERTAKERS & FLORISTS
of FRESH CUT
w, ws; .
I PLANTS always ii
Spec.al desig' s for
funerals our featurj.
E. R. GODFREY & SONS CO,
SPECIAL UN SATURDAY
Edward Keisu, Prop.
Wholesale and Retail.
Cor. pins and itli Bta Phone 511.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
Use your phone.
Our number is "16-M.
E. P. MURPHY
Manufucti rer of Monuments.
102 Oak Street, Phone 605-R.
d r i v i n q
Horses for li-i
every n. i - t .-2
SAXBY AND MacODNALD
Stable. Lake Linden Ave. Phor.c 000
UNO M. MOf'TIN, Prop.
KELLY & LANCE
EXPERT PLUMBER9 AND
3rd Street Laurium
Rush work a specialty. Let us figure
on your next job.