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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914.
HE CALUMET NEWS
News of the Theaters
CONCERNING ATTRACTIONS THE LOCAL PLAYHOUSES OFFER
THE AMUSEMENT LOVING PUBLIC,
(THIS COLUMN APPEARS EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY)
PICTURES OF THE
Picture Men With Rebel Trocps
Obtained Valuable Films
Twenty -sir hundred fs t of film,
eontainlng vlnigji or the Rghtlni i .
tween the MnM Mid rshsl armtss in
and around TOfteoa is on its v;iy in
n. w York from Ki i':i. according i
advices rssslven1 fmw the Mutual
cumernmen in wen. vines emourug
"Just arrived from Chihuahua with
(tM feel of Tonvon lighting. Hottest
: ever, shot at by federals and
abandoned oik- camera. Bend duplicate1
Immediately', Return Chihuahua at
mire. Got Villa fighting in Irenchea
willt Ins men and a close tip bOTM di
renting charge into Glomes Palacio.
Five hundred feet on armored train
miller Bfe. followed troops in auto.
Rebels to See Reel.
.Mmd na copy or nnianed reel, as
Villa, gervln and Angslea insist upon
...in; it. Notify parents of Mai tin
. nd Thayer that both era aufe, Weal
through hot teat lighting of tin- war and
have got the foods. Villa too anxious
at tini's thai wo should get the hot
Ntufl end w- wci'r aadar conatani lire,
i linn's tripod MBaebed b) rhell; Mad
"CondithNM In Torr t Indeocrtheble,
i ' ad everywhere uttburled, mm hIiuwh
n thing but actual light Ins, Went four
iluyi on hardtack, So water. Been
eating ever gtnee srs struck! ffl Paso,
v Mi. i p rotates the boyi tnt dels foe
bravery under Bra, Convey regards to
Preeldenl Aitken and aayi to say he's
keeping an eye on us to gee W9 don't
He down on the Job, Vils believes
he will be in .Mexico Clt) by Brat f
"Life of Gen. Villa."
'!'h' Mutual Film corporation has
foui camera man, in ifestco, Through
irrangeasenl made person ally be
i veen Preeldenl Aitksn of the Mutual
it ml Oen. Villa the rlegrs of tbs light
r at Torrasii and Gomes Phlaeto as
v.ii the turns snapped at OJlnags
and Chihuahua will lie incorporated in
"Ufa I f Gen, Villa1 now in prepara
tion. The Torraon pictures grin ie rushed
to the developing rooms of the Mutual
at on.,, upon .irrival. and will be
thrSwn on tiie mreVn rtf 't Wrf Broad
way theaters three hours after their
arrival in New York.
Don't Hide Them With S Veil, Remove
Them With The Othme Prescription.
Tin prescription for the removal of
fretklea was written i a pi smlnsai
ii and is usually so successful
1 removing freckles and gtvhtg a
clr, beautifw ramplsxion that it
v"id bj druggists snder luareatss to
f fund tin- money If it fails.
Don't hide yesjs freokles siulsr a
sei an MUMS Of othim and re
move them, ftVsg the Brat few sepll-
' '' Olla should show a wonderful ,m-
I'fovt ment some ,,t tin- lighter freckles
t nishiiiK entirely.
Re sure to ask the dTuggial for the
atn ngtli gthtnet it is this tint
Ik mrtd on the rummy-beck guarantee. -Advt
i t Ism meat.
Good Show at RoyaJ.
Msaaaar ft c, g hard., ,,r the Royal
theater has set uied an exceptionally
line hiu fee nils evening in "Rag h
loi." featuring a stampede sad round
up of g,M Texas steers, hrolt. ho
bttattag, an Indian Kuffalo hunt and
ran. h life in the great west. It is a
hill which should prOVS very popular,
lor Saturday evening. Manager
ith sards has stcgrad "sag flu as", a
sensational, melotlra mat ie feature 'n
i wo parts.
The stoi opens with a new Upapar
notice to the Sffect that Dem.irest. not
ed 04 Utltelfeiter. Is gggtg in operation
I'aniue Turner, a girl reporter, is us
Igatd to "get the story," at the same
time that QraySOtt, one of the hest ill
the f. s. Becrei Service, is akw as
rigaed to et" Demarest. ThroiiKh
fate, I'annie Turner anil liiavsmi meet
in a reetaaranl at which Kortenne,
gas of the band of counterfeiters, has
name to paw some of the "phoney1
lOOSy, MortSBSS rives the waiter a
hill with which to pa her check. The
hill is discovered to he spurious, and
Hoitense, realizing thai the gMM is
up, makes a dash through SB opefl
window to liberty, On the street she
lands on too of l'olii eman o'Mally.
knocking him to the ground, Jmt as
I'annie, rushes fr, m the restaurant in
time to swinj; on the rear of the auto
meblis in which Hortcnse is usfnsjlllg
O'Mally amass a futile try at cuntur-
lag tie ear. but fslla He, however.
Bads one of I'anni' s cauls which she
had presence of mind enough to droit.
At every block or so she continues to
drop one of her business cards, thus
leaving a trail I" wherever she is o-
Orayaon finally gains this clus and
locates tie rendesvoua of the Kan By
impersonating a ten phone repair tnao
he mail's entrain e to tile buildins and
finally located the counterfeitera, After
a struggle with Caeey, the proprietor
of the place, who aCCidOBtall diSI D
ers Grayson's mission, he is v ictorious
and haves Cssey hound, hut not tiulit
enough) for a minute or BO after la
(Grayson) reaches the basemen) ren
desvous, ai d has the crooks all round
Sd ui'. 'asev enters and tlo v yet him.
I he then plan a Mendish re veime on
him and I'annie. in (he shape of
hsnrtsgs. with two rubber cups Riled
with powder, the fuse of which the
light, MVlBg them Hith the fuse hutn
Ing, .Meanwhile the DOllce have arriv ¬
ed, and as Uemaiest and the rest of
the crooks exit from the bssemsnt sn
trance, tiny are all Captured The
officer in ohargs enters the bassmenl
ami snatches the bandags afl of Qray
son's and ('annie's eyes jus; as they
explode, 'The at or) snds with the cap
lure of the crooks.
not had it superior role in many
numlhs. It allows for the lriniikK in
to play ol all lnr sJmple i hiunis, her
vvondeiiiil artistry and the profound
emotion of which she is capable.
As the story is familiar to most ev -er.v
on. , it w ill he unneeeeaaury to gn
over all the incidents. Jlele ale the
salient points, however, as th" story
is told on the screen.
June, left un ori huu in the Heed fam
ily, is unhappy, t'nder the harsh treat
ment f her foster parents I he Child
urows delicate and tin- doctor orders
her away. She is sent U the orphan
hams ami there grows up to girlhood.
Next we find her in Rochester's
home, w here she is Kovcrness to ouip;
Uochester's ward, Adela. .Man.v times
during the iiitfht she is disturbed bj
strange noises. Time goes on and sho
learns to love hor young master, lie,
in turn, loves her and his proposal of
mariiugc is in cepted.
It Is the wedding eve before Jane
Mini's face to lace with the origin Iff
the stiauge noise.- ;it is a cnizf wo
gma. This woman is the wit,- of Ro
chester and has heen bskf captive in
the upper part of his home for v e.us
The eraay wife attempts to burn Ro
chester to death. Jane saves him. Ito-
ohsster eoafssMS all, dsolsring that
the woman she has gsgg was for. d
upon him by his parents. While Jane
Would forgive, she declared herself un
able to stay longer in his household
that all is over between them.
The night that Jane leaves, the mad.
wile again es apes from her loom n I
again sets ATS to the house. She rushes
to the roof, Rochester atteaspts to save
her. Jane, looking back, has seen th"
life. Rushing up, she asks about bjftf
lover. The ansd wife jumps from the
roof and dies. Jane enters the bunting
hgvas and manages to save Rochegtsr,
Me is made blind. It is Jane's loving
hands that guide him through life.
We dye to live
We live to dye,
And dye the clothes
To please your eye.
The spots will come,
But they must go,
For the cleaning job
We sure do know.
We aim to please.
Thig is our creed ;
And hope that goon
We'll serve your
COLUMBIA LAUNDRY &
FHONE 150 LAURIUM
Drama is Lyric Feature.
'When a Woman Wills. ' a t WO -pari
fines dramS is the Kv ric headlim '.
Tin story is gripping and intense in
t arSSt ittrounda the pursuit of a widow
who must marry a wealthy man in
oiMer to inherit her husband's i state
Jane Plea e, a charming w idow, is
bngtMethSf a fortUnS at the death of
her husband. lty the terms of the
.vill, this fortune rsVSCtS to her cousin,
Daniel BSgC, unless she marries a mar
possessing at least 000 000. Harry
'shorn, in order p, obtain the help of
the international Bportag club, agrees
to pay it one-half of any inheritance
derived from his marriage through its
a a 1. I . iter Jane leav es lor BUfOps an l
Sage, resolving to increase his fortune.
follOWa tin- widow. He meets With
unborn through the Rportlng oigfb ami
they perpetrate a scheme whereto) they
both will henetit financially.
In Palis', Jane meets an amiable and
careless Italian, who losing, voryt hing
at a srhsel of fortune, is induced to buy
a couple of lottery tickets. Things be
glg lo look fav orable to Sage and I s
born. until Jane meets Petro, She im
mediately falls in love with him. but
In r too frequent attentions are re-
ponsibls ior his Indifference toward
her. All the while she ictuses numer
ous invitations from the schemers.
While out riding. Petit) meets JunS
along the roadside and she OCCUS I lain
of ha Ing followed her. Knvlng no
visiting cards, he WritM his answer
mi a lotten ticket, Informing her that
her mind might be at rest as he leaVOS
for Koine the next dav. Jatie ha
planned lo leave for Rome and tiny
Incidentally arrive on the same train.
Bags and (shorn, not to be thwarted,
follow them to Hi me and procure th"
ssslstance ol the International Rportlng
club there. 'shorn seizes an opportim
itv to steal .lane's purse containing her
private letters and I'eiio. appealing at
this time, offers his assistance. A
fur, ous automobile race is on. The
auto in which Gahofg in riding turns
turtle and the occupants are severely
Injured, Petro also sustains a bruised
arm. The next day an item in the
newspapers hdat of the aoeMeat, an i
also on the mms page tin- winner of
the grand prize in the lottery is an
nounced, Jane on -e, iu; the winning
number rurloUSly inspects IVtro's
ticket. Bsge discouraged, calls on inns
and offers her one-third of the higucv
providing h marries the man of hST
choice. retro comes in as .lane sa.
to her cousin. ' This vanthnian is a
mulU millionaire, and in marrying- him
I retain t he IsTTM ' thS will and lor
"Jane Eyre" at People's.
Jane S n ' .1 t w o reel feature, !j
the big- attraction at I h.d'eople's.
The Cniveisal. in adapting; this ROVei
to the screen, has successfully SOggThl
to retain all the bSSMltyi the delivhtful
old BltgtlSh atmosphere of th wm il
Btket flraadln has pisyed the titi
i,,e and who i theie more cjipable .f
Inter pre ting the sympathstm, nnfor-
innate little miss than the petite, fss
icnuting liny st.n .' Mtfs Mi'audin hue
The Mutual Girl Series.
The second series of hir Mutual
:irl." the first installment of which
created a sensation at the Crown last
reSk, Will he the feature subject at
this popular playhomSJ tonight. The
germ "f an interesting plot is suggest
ed in the si nd i banter. TP,- itr.
sweetheart has the pluck, after follow
Insj her to N'evv York, to stick to tbs
tOWn anil get job on the Milliard
tsamshlp piers, when his suspicions
are aroused by th,, mysterious notions
"f a foreign gentleman whom he is
convinced is a smugigh r. He tract
i lie count to the home of MhwRarat'l
aunt, where he has been Invited to call
on the lady's charming nie.-o. The
country sweetheart does not win his
rase this Brat time- but wa are ion
vlnced, at least, that he is made of the
right stuff MsngBlSl sees the Yale
1 fin stmt football game. with h:
a int. Vext day. they receive hii Invi
tation from the only woman Senator
in the Tinted States. Mrs. Helen Rob
I nSOn, of Colorado, to visit the famous
Ikrrintnl estate. Bn route, Unrgnrot
and her aunt go shopping. They motor
to Joseph's I'lfth avenue millinery
PhOR where they make expensive selections.
A Jewish farmer in Alberta. Canada.
h is prspared a message tor a famous
I letter, containing three hundred Jew
ish eharacters. all saglBVed on a grain
of wheat. The message is easily un
i erstooil. hut can he read only with
the aid of a miero.scope.
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George afoCullough, a member of the
' Trail! " i ompanj v, hlch nppsarad in
the Calumet theater Wednesday even
ing, fUimStly gppsarad at the People's
with th" Majestic Stock company.
The partnership which has existed
between l.. H, Hsne) and Thomna
Eddy, proprietors of the National Mil
liard POT lOra, has been dissolved and
the business will be conducted by Mr.
Christ bOWnoy, local manager for
the Portage Coal ft Dock company,
who was recentl.v apl'ointed to the
pOStmSStsrshlp of l.aurium. will as
sume his new office Monday,
Bthsl Grandon ami
Imp Co. in a two re
Adapted from Uonte's
moan Bmotlonnl n
There is ;i mystery
ill make you take no
Aa Lloyd looked on, th
rope tightened around
"THE FATAL CARD"
CrystUl draSSS staring
"FOR A WOMAN"
To mVS her sister Nellh
steals the mmiry.
Joker comeily with Max
As her ami Louim Paasnds
"A MIDNIGHT ALARM"
The Joker comedies are
famous for big laughs.
Coming Tuesday and Wed
nesday April 21 -22nd
l our purt Universal
"WASHINGTON AT VAL
Ke two pint ill, una
'THE LAW OF HIS
NEW STATE LAW
Marshal Wills Declares Chauf
feurs Must Get Licenses
Persons driving automobiles they do
not own, such as chnuffeura must git
heed to the new state laws u lib h pro
vides for the licenses of auto drivers.
nocordlnB to Manuel Willi who t. de
termined to enforce the si. lute. At
tention to the hte wna called by the
tnurshai u day Is his order t compel
compliance with it,
The second is as folios -.
"Bvsry person hereaftsr desiring t
operate a motor vehicle as chauffeur
shall lib' in the office i i the secrotai
of state, . gmt the paymsai of a rests
tratioa fee of It, a verified appllca
lion for registration upon a blank t
be furnished hv th.- assratary of stat
for that purpose containing: i Tha
najas and raaWence addrsss of the
applicants ami that in la competent tj
operate a motor vehicle And is over
is years of Sgs; i'i) Whether or not
the applicant has been previous!) mi:-
victed of a v iolation ,,f anv of the pro
visions of this or anv other motor vc
bletS law or ordinance, giving the dat,
am place of such conviction and the
provision or provisions of the law 01
PUT END TO ROWDYISM.
Traction Company Officials Will Pro
test Stre t Car Patsenycu.
The recent uriesi and conviction 'll
a Calumet justice court ,,f a K. A.e
naw yoUBI man fog SrSSllllg a UOb
and disturbance on u street car, Is the
bagianlng of a campaign bj na tion
company offlcinls w ho insist that raw
dylsm .ii street curs must cease, iur
SSJ the past aSVeral years oftlclula of
the ssmpaai have been lenient with
offsndprs aad only on rare sceastsgg
Wile SJrreSta made. The result of that
couras lias not i.ei n attm Uve, however,
and passengers sa Srell as COaductOfg
frequently have beeft subjected to
sbasg- it is pot Intended to toterata
SUOh conduct in the lutare and intruc
tlonS of the rulea wttl reported to
the civil authorities,
AWAIT WORD FROM FERRIS.
Norv Partisan Club Anxious to Get
Governor's V.e cf Pos tio-.
Members of the Metropolitan Petrla
chfb still await a definite dedsloa from
Oorernor Perria as w ins Intention i f
seeking a saoond tsjraa, the anient in s i
in, at of which Wtfl bring a resumption
of nctlvlt) an i renewed IntSMSt hi
the gubernatorial caaspalgll, .Ci;.rov
mately three thousaial uam. s of VOtefl
have been sddsd to the i.st of .. u
partlsnn club m ambers ta Laurium
alone and the subject of th' executive
is one of frsgusnt dlacoeaion, in tha
vent that Governor Perria concludes
to seek a second term. Laurium poll
tlcktgs will be amons' the first to op eg
his campai n.
Next tit the Post Office
I . C Hivh.trtln. Mgr.
hearing of Victor Grandei
David Armlt Is exp 'ted to return
this evening from the Boo where he i charged win nssnuil and battery bj
has been attending the Lake PapsrlUI Nick PriWSilOB, will : tinned
Presbytery msealng. fustics trmit's court sTaturday.
FOR INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, GAS OR A
SIGK, SOUR STOMACH -PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN
TIME IT! IN FIVE MINUTES YOUR
UPSET STOMACH WILL
You don't want a slow remedy when
oi:r atcmnch is bad or an uncaytain
cap or a harmtul one your Stom
ach is ton valuable; you muat'al Injui
it with drastic dntgl
pnpe'a Diapspsla is noted tor Iti
speed In giving relief; it's hnrmless
ncss; it's certain Unfailing sctieg in
rsgulntlng sick, sour, gassy atoaaacha
li s millions of cures in Indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis! end other stom
ach trouble has made it fammtt '.ho.
Keen thla perfect atoaanch doctor in
your home -keep it bandy gi i a tergs
fifty- cut case from any drug sw:"
sad then if anyone should eal some
MtdSg Which doesn't OgMS S'lth tic nr.
if what l hey eat lav s like lead, fer
ments and Sours and tonus -,a-;
causes hesdnehe, dissinsss ami ua i-
sea; eructations of acid and undlflSSted
f i I'emeinher as s mn as Pup'-'s
Diapepsla comes In contact with th
stoma h, all such dtstrass vsnlshes,
ii s promptness, certainty and anas In
overcoming thS worst stomach disor
ders ;s a revelation to those who try
- fc.- ' j -BiMsraaaaasa . dt-fc,. t . yusnM siaaua sw - f--- i-tii f i -1
THE MIRTH PROVOKING COMEDY
"THE LAZIEST MAN
AOMIf.SION 5 AND 10 CENTS.
Even Doors, 6:45: begin, 7.
W. L. FOLEY, Manager
TODAY AND TOMORROW
A two-part American production featuring Sydney Ayres and Vivian Rica
in an intense drain a of Love and Emotion.
"Our Mutual Girl"
The second scries of the most interesting serial story being shown on
the screen tsdsy, "Sep the theatrical column for story."
The first of the famous
Ktystone Kid Comedy
A scream from start to Bniah.
A MOTHER'S SACRIFICE'
t inumont one reel.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE SECOND SERIES OF "OUR MUTUAL
A L U M E
: THEATER :
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY
7:30 P. Mi 9; CO P. M. MATINEE SATURDAYS 2:30 P. M.
CHANGE TWICE WEEKLY MONDAY AND THURSDAY
Fl.aST THREE CAYS NEXT WEEK.
Kawasian Troupe of Russian
Acrobats and Musicians.
7 PEOPLE 7
Dudley and Parsons
In Rcfmed Singing Comedy Act entitled "A TIP FROM TIPPERARY."
All down stairs
Balcony . . .
sd-hnea. irlLAlfcK h JSSSSSSSBSSB I ,M3n'
12 EIG ACTS 12
WHEN A WOMAN
In two reels
and three others
April 1 7
A WITNESS 10
Edison tw o reel feature
THE SUCCESS OF THE CENTURY
WILLIAM A. bRADY'S
PRODUCTION OF LOUISA M. ALCOYT'S IMMORTAL STORY
DRAMATIZED BY MARIAN DE FOREST 3Y ARRANGEMENT WITH JESSIE BONSTELLE.
MEG, JO, BETH, AND AMY STEP
ALIVE OUT OF BOOK
DIRECT FROM A SIX MONTHS' RUN AT THE PLAYHOLSE. NEW YORK.
Parquet and first two rows Parquet Circle $1.50 $1.00
Balance Parquet 1.00 .75
Balcony 1.00 .75
Balcony Circle 75 .50
Gallery 50 .25
Box Seats ... 1.50 1.00
SEAT SALE AT FORSTER S AT 8:00 A. M . WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15TH.
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