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THURSDAY, JULY T, 1910.
THE CALUI.IE7 tfEWS. nnMllW CP A WIN UrZZZ, . UUlYlinU 0LMU11 WILL BE BEST OPElS-DOOR THEATRICAL POL ICY WILL BENEFIT THEATRE GOERS, THEATRE OWNERS AND PRODUCERS. . -..-..it of tho greatest ('"unlit that him "v'r u'n "0l',,nle1 1,1 t,u'a" t ileal history, theatregoers, an well .,u moduccrs and theatre owners will ublv benefited. The )U lllin. National Theatre Owners AsMocIatlon has brought to ft successful Issue the oncn door" polity, and the freedom that will henceforth exist In theatrical affairs will assuredly place the amuse ment busings on ft better basis and offer great encouragement to all pro ducers. This fact is demonstrated in the number of new productions that have been completed, arc In the course' or construction, or will be pro duced before tho first of Oetober. Henry W. Savage will produce, an unusual number of new plays, both dramatic and musical. Anions such Tor the coming season will bo "The Utile Damozel." by Moncton Hoff; Theodore and Company," Oliver ller f.rd," "A (lieat Name," by Lhtor Imiii and Leo Kiel J; "Little Hoy lllue," by Henry llereny, besides a score of npi-rettas from Kurnpcan markets, and several plays and musical come dies by American authors. Ijcbler and company will have sev eral new offerings, notably Masoagnl's opera "Ysobol," In which Itosale Ab bott will bo starred; Margaret Anglln will be seen In a new comedy, Duslan rarnum nnl Chrystal Heme will have new plays. The firm will also jro dece "In Ihe Deep Purple," by Paul Armstrong and "Judith Zaralno" by C. M. S. McCellan, as well as many others. William A. Hrady will present flraee Oorge in a new play, also Henry K. pixey, Douglas Fairbanks. Andrew M ok, Leonore Harris and Clara Un man, lie will have "The Halkan Prin cess." now running at the Prince of Wales theatre, London; "The Naked Truth." Charles Hawtrey's big sue cess at Wyndhnm's theatre, London; two new plays by fleorge Hroadhurst; Louis Mann In "The Cheater," and 'several others that Mr. I'.rady Is now In Europe arranging for. The Messrs. Shubert will present r.crtha Oalland In a new play, Flor ence Roberts Jn a new play, Eddie Foy in the new revue, "Up and Down proadway," which Is such a tremen dous success and now running In P.os ton; Maxlne Elliott in a new play; Laurence Irving and Mabel Hackney In new plays; Charles J. Floss In "High Life In Jail;" "Monka." a new opera; "The Persian Princess," a new comic; opera; "The Class Flowers," by John Philin Sousa: Sam Hernard In a new piny, and a dozen or more others. John Cort will produce extensively. lie will have Mrs. Leslie Carter in new play; "Jlnga Hoo," a new mu sleal offering, book adapted from the German by Lon Dletrlchsticn, lyrics by Vincent Bryan and music by Arthur Prior. Max Flgman will use "Mary Jane's Pa" for a number of weeks and will then be given a new play.Mr. Cort will have several others. Daniel V. Arthur will have a new musical comedy for Mario Cahill, Wooden Orossmith In "Mr. Pardoo and the Countess," a new musical comedy by Avery Hopwood and Silvio Ileln, a new play by Augustus Thomas, a new plav by Cleveland Moftlt. and "The Cave Man," by Cilbcrt Pur gess. Lew Fields will have a new play for himself, and will present William Col liop In a new comedy, besides his re cent great successes. -" F. Ray Comstoek will produce a new musical comedy, "A Train of Pleasure," by DeKoven and Herbert, nnd a new musical comedy by Ed ward Madden and Lou Ilirsh. c v inn .rtuinors iTouucing company. C an organization of playwrights nnd managers, will present as their first If rtfferlng JlThc V friaries Klein, Tho Night Hawk," by who Is one of the com- j 1nny members. ,1 'The season of 1910-1911 will surely be the best ever known theatrically. CLEARING SALE. Uidies and Misses Coats All shntles nnd nil lengths at big reduction. Many of these are heavy enough to wear until you put on your fur coat. V'ertln Pros. 207 L Is Calumet "Broke"? It was told In a nearby town one day this week that "Till' WHOLE TOWN OF CALUMET IS FLAT '1IHOKK.' " Perhaps our people deserve to be bankrupt, all right; hut ARE THEY? True, they have been spending their money about as fast as they got It. Then came a slump In the copper share market and fnany of them find themselves Rhort of ready cash. Put how about this "HROKE" proposition? Here Is an Idea; In that lit tie eight mile strip extending from the south boundary of Osce ola to the north line of Mohawk there is a. matter of. TEN MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR paid to an army of twtMvo thousand ' workers. If they ARE "Rroke" today, how long will It take them to get on their feet ngaln? Can they each save ten dollars a month? Of course they cnn. Somo a gTent deal more some less and some none nt nil, but they can average that much. THAT MEANS A MILLION AND A HALF A YEAR. Hood people of Calumet show your friends that you ARE NOT nnd CANNOT RE "Rroke." Yours Tor Economy, First National Bank OF CALUMET. "The bank that's ready to help." TURKEY SENDS NEW DI PLOMAT TO U. S. f 1 - V 3 '.U Pasha, the new Turkish am bassador to the I'nited States, who succeeds Hussein Kiazim Ley. Ho has just arrived and presented his cre dentials to President Taft. RUNNING TEAM WILL HOLD MRST PRACTICE NEXT WEEK Manager Joe McNamara of the Red Jacket fire department's running team, nnd Martin Dooley, captain, aro mak ing hi rangeincnts to hold the llrst practice Monday evening of next week and from then on prnetk e.-j wi'l he held each evening. The track between Seventh nnd Eighth streets, h being put In j-hape this week, and when the men don their runniiig to;.s tin y will iind ever) thing in readiness fnr an auspicious start. The men will be given short try-out at tlrst, practicing starts, etc. loiter, the couplers and hose teams will work out and within two weeks Red Jacket's team should . in good condition. There in pbnfy of local material to choose from. Practically nil of hut year's winning team Is available and there also will be some young .blood introduced, who will try out for places on the team. Such men as 1 L icking, N'ckervls, Dooley, Rounavaara and Murphy will try for the sprints, while there will be plenty of material for the ladder and truck races, couplers' races, etc. Red Jacket has a splendid chance, it Is claimed, to again annex the coveted honors. The Red Jacket department will go to tho tournament at tho So this year at leust 40 strong. I t Is possible that Miss Lydia Void lmann of Centennial Heights, who has consented to become a candidate from Red Jacket for the honor of being elected mieen of the carnival, will accompany the depart ment. , . ...j . ARRESTED ON SERIOUS CHARGE. James Mastorrz. a CJreek, was nr rented last evening by Marshal Joe Truddl on tin? charge of taking Inde cent liberties with two little girls. Tho defendant when arraigned In court last evening pleaded not guilty, and demanded an examination. He was unable to secure bonds in the sum of $.",000 and was taken to the county Jail this morning, lie will have a hearing before Justice Fisher tomor row morning. TAMARACK CRICKET LINE-UP. The following Is tho line-up of the Tamarack cricket team for the match with the llaitie team on tho Tamarack ground .Saturday: Cleorge, Carbis. Ellis, Roach. Waters, Drew, Rodda, Morris, leavers, "Clemens and Johns; reserves, strike nnd Iivreneo. A good gamo Is expected. A VALUABLE BOOK FOR WOMAN FREE Any women who possesses a volume of "Mrs. Plnkham'B Text Hook upon Ihe Aliments Peculiar to Women," has at hand such information ns may save her serious Illness or if she is HI. It will give her an intelligent under standing of her case and suggest a cure. This valuable SO page bound text book Is not an advertising pamphlet. and Is only obtainable by mall or at Mrs. Pinkhnm's laboratory. It will be mailed In plain envelope absolutely free to any woman who will write io The Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co., Lynn, Mass. asking for It. MANY FAMILIES ' AIDEDJN JUNE SECRETARY OF ASSOCIATED CHARITIES BUREAU MAKES REPORT FOR JUNE. BUR- . EAU'S WORK GROWING Miss Winnlfred Salisbury, In charge of the Calumet Associated Charities' lireau, has completed her report for June. R shows that during the past month CO families were visited, and lelit f afforded wherever possible. Only 37 famlieg were visited In June last year, showing an increase this year of 23 families. Miss Salisbury Is inclined to the opinion, however, that the Increase does not mean that more poverty 1m evident here, but rather that the work of the society Is becoming more widely known nnd that people In need of aid are more confident of the ability and willingness of the society to help them. Miss Salisbury's assistant, Miss Jones Is in Chicago, where she is tak ing a special course In charity work, consequently tho number of visits made last month would have been more had Miss Jones been on local duty. Since the association was organized a total of 1.47C Individuals have been seen and aid given through Home chan nel or other. At the present time the society has considerably more than 200 cases on its books, und this num ber probably will be Increased instead of diminished. During thr past month a great many persons have visited the offiee of the bureau asking for work, espec ially, boys and girls Just out of school. The association Is In need of light clothing for summer wear, and will appreciate and gifts along that line. Miss Salisbury states, too, that a good many have called at the office during the past two or three weeks seeking advice, etc., with regard to family problems. Quantities of groceries were given out during the last month to eight dif ferent needy families, while clothe! also were distributed among a great many. The association has also been working a good deal in the Juvenile and circuit courts of this county, and was especially Instrumental in having one girl sent to the Industrial school at Adrian, which Is believed to have been for tho best Interests of the girl and her family. The association found employment for only nine people last month, it be ing claimed that there Is a scarcity of manual tlobar employment Jti3t a present. This led Miss Salisbury to remark that she would find employ ment for a boy 17 years, who is fairly strong, but , whom the doctors h:vp forbidden to work underground. The head of the family is sick and unable to work, nnd the mother .al though not strong, Is working hard to support a large family. Work for this boy would be a god-send to the fami ly, and Interest In the case Is solicited. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. t ! $ - 3 Madge Leasing has been successful In Rerlin. "The Dreamers," by Upton Sinclair, is to be dramatized. Maltha Harvey hax done well with her revival of "Richard III." John Philip Sousa and his band are to make a tour of the world. Charlotte Walker Is playing an en gagement ns a stock star In St. Louis. Sir Charles Wyndham has revived "The Case of Rebellious Susan" In London. Robert Edeson Is reported to be writing a play which Henry B. Harris will produce. Puccini's "Maid of the Golden West" will be produced In New York early In December. Rlanche Walsh Is to have a now play next season, "narharossa," by J. Hartley Manners. It Is reported that Cyril Maude, the English actor, Is going to appear In "Rip Van Winkle." Daniel Frohman has denied the re port that Margaret Illington will re turn to the stage under his manage ment. Charles Wyndham has a play called "The Duke and the Demigod," the latter being an American multl-mll-llonalre. Virginia Harned Is playing a stock engagement In San Francisco, with William Courtney as her lending man. Al. Fields nnd Dave Lewis are soon to present a farce by Campbell R Casad at Atlantic City, entitled "Nev er Lie to Your Wife." Rose Melville, better known to the public as "Sis Hopkins," was mar ried the other day to Frank Mlncie, a comedian In her company. Richard Rennet, Maud Adams lead ing man, has been engnged by Henry P.. Harris for a part In "Tho Country Roy," which Is to be produced next season. Puccini Is to write an opera with the scene laid In England In the nine teenth century, entitled "The Rrldal Wreath." Oeraldlne Farrar will sing the role of the heroine. Joseph M. daltes Is to produce a row musical comedy, "The Qlrl of My Dreams," In Chicago the first week In August. John Hynms nnd Leila Mclntyre will be featured In the piece. Miss Catherine Cushman Cutting, a Roston society womarf, who hns gained a name by writing plays, has finished a comedy called "Miss Anani as." In which Adelaide Thurston la to star. LAURIUM 1 1 PLAN AUTO TRIP TO WINDY CITY PARTY OF LOCAL ENTHUSIASTS WILL UNDERTAKE EN.TIRE TRIP IN MACHINES WILL INTEREST OTHERS: Plana ure being made by a party of well known automobile enthusiasts In Culumet and Lauiiuni to undertake an unusual trip wine time next month. According to ono of the members of the party who was peen yesterday, an attempt will be made to go from Cal umet to Chicago without resorting to any means of transportation than their machines. They are at present about live In the party that proposes to make the trip, but It Is thought that others will be Intel estel and that the outing will assume proportions of a minia ture Olidden tour. If the plaiu now .being formulated are successfully carried out, (he tour will be the first of Its kind ever at tempted by local people. Heretofore, the Calumet automobile men have confined their attentions to short ex peditions to points in and nearby the upper country, and only a lew have taiu-n their machines outside. They have always been forced, to nhip the ears by rail to some point where the roads are good. Now, however, It is proposed to make the trip via Rock land and 'Wutersmeet, this route hav ing already, been found available by touiists from outside the copper coun try. Those who are -onslderlng the un dertaking are anxious to Interest others in their plans and they would like to secure expressions from any one who would like to make tho trip. Steps are now being taken to secure maps of the 'districts through whkh the tourists will pass nnd the elitire route will be definitely outlined before the party leaves Calumet. FAIR MEETING TONIGHT. A large' attendance of the members and directors of the Northern Michi gan Agricultural Bociety desired at the meeting to be held this evening in the room4,,ot the, Calumet Social club at w hicrr time it will be definitely de cided whether . or. not al, fair will be conducted ' In Laurinm tn "'September. The meeting will be the "first that has been held for several weeks nnd re ports oT'the- various committees will - vtinv'ii.n cwiumiliet'n win CoijQhleraJ'Jhitcrest Is - in 8U.cssful'eoi)summa- be received, manifested tion of tho project whUiy hfcs been con sidered fur everal yeariand it is hoped thn- the present jjuns will not be nbandorwl. i"' LAURIUM BREVITIES.; Torch Lake ?trafrb Trie nre now selling for $1.70 cents per crate of 1C quarts In "the local marReftC' A tar dressing Is being placed on the macadam pavement on Osceola street Laurlum, north of Third street. I. . J. Roedel, operator nt the Red Jacket offices of J. A. MJnnenr St. Co. and wife, have returned from Detroit, J. P. Rrowner, operator at,the of fice of J. A. Minnear and Co. will leave next week on a two weeks' vacation. Extensive Improvements are being made on tho road between Eagle River and Garden City in Keweenaw County. Mrs. Catherine DoLurey and grand daughter have left for Hot Springs, Ark., where they will' spend a short time. ' i Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Carlton of Laur ium entertained a party of friends at a lunch party on Torch Lake, Tuesday evening. John iSwecney of Laurlum has re turned from Detroit where he has en joyed a vacation during, the past two weekrf. Wccret.Ty Attilllo Castlgliano of the Upper peninsula Italian-American Federation has Issued circular invita tions to the members of the various lodges In the upper peninsula to parti cipate In the annual reunion to be held In Hancock July 2. nnd 2G. and the observance of the Italian-American day, July 27. Considerable Interest was manifested in the case of John T. iMcDonald. charged with obstructing the public highway, which resulted In the acquit tal of the defendant In Justice Armlt's court yesterday afternoon. Attorney W. J. Mt-Cormick appeared for Mc Donald nnd the case was prosecuted by P. II. O'Rrlcn. William MacKinnon, a graduate of the Fnivcrsltv of Michigan, expects to leave shortly f,r Mllaukee to enter the employ of the N'ordberg Manufacturing company. AN ADVERTISEMENT WHICH OUGHT TO INTEREST. Every Union Working Man in This City Apptart in Our Columns Today. This Is the nd. of Ryckmn Store Co.. Laurlum, the popular nnd enterprising clothiers. ThU l. bring out the fact that this firm Is exclusive agent for the time-tested working clothes made by Hamilton Carhartt. Manufacturer of Detroit. .Michigan. This Is the firm which It Is said. "They have made Union-made clothing popular." 1 ONC ESAVED THE LIFE OF C. D. NORTON. UNITED STATES DELEGATE RALPH CAMERON FROM ARI ZONA. Phoenix. Ail.., July 7. Delegate C'amen. n is one of the many happy citizens of Arizona who are wearing ft happy smile these days becau.se their Mate Is to be admitted Into the Un ion. An Interesting yarn is told about Mr. Cameron in which president Taft Is VUallyTiTiTiTrie.l," for had it not been for bis assistance the president would not now have the services of C. D. Norton !s his private secretary. The Incident occurred some time ago while Norton was on a banting trip in Ari zona. Norton wandered invay from the party and had not been seen by aiivone during the entire day. As niirht fell mtifh concern was felt for hls.Mifcty, and searching parlies were organized in an .(Tort to locate him. The following day he came riding into camp on a mule with Mr. Cameron as a guide, none the worse for his ex perience which might, however, have been fatal. Norton had become Inst In the wil derness and only by the merest chance had Mr. Cameron happened to locate him and bring him safely into camp. LOOKS LIKE OSBORN. Negaunee Man Found Much Sentiment in Lower Peninsula for Him. Dr. A. W. Habile, who spent th oust two weeks at Ann Arbor and oth er places in the lower peninsula, found much sentiment for Chase S. s born for governor, says the Negaunee department of the Mining Journal, lie said that tho sentiment among the students of the Michigan university is nnrticularly strong, and he express- td the opinion cstcrday that. In the event a. straw vole were taken anion- tho college men it-would be heavily in favor of the upper peninsula can didate. Dr. Hnlde made special inquiries with a view to ascertaining Just how Mr. Osborn stands. He si-.ld that he found that nearly every mane talked to felt friendly to Mr. Osrtorn. and many predicted that when the votes In the primary arc counted he will be the choice by a large majority. Dr. Habile found sentiment particularly strong for Osborn In Washtenaw and Kalamazoo counties, and he was sat isfied from what he heard that the nnner ncninsula candidate also has muc"h strong support in Wayne county ' ir i i il 1 icjclesS rv mi CI WIEMR Opposite Calumet Theater Advantages of a 4 h&K. Detachable Handle If you have a K & H Detach able Handle it can be. used t t i n on eny numDer h umurcuas. ri'."V Ycu dont have to throw away a good handle just because the silk u worn out. You can put the handle in your pocket. Then no one will take the umhiella. Our New aUALJTY Umbrellas and Canes will irJaert you because of skillful work BiLiliip, clever designs and the mod ad vanced ideas in umbrella construction. Every K c H umbrella u guaranteed to give aatiilactory service. Call and look them over and get a Suggestion Book iJiow inj uinbrelLi suit able (or gifts. A DIVIDEND S PAYING INVESTMENT A visit to our store will pay you a ;ood divi dend if you are thinking of buying a piano. We have such a complete exhibition that you cannot fail at least to obtain helpful ideas on piano values. It is (crtainly mot satisfa?tory to have before you a. collection so varhd that you can Inspect and compare pianos of nil reliable grades side by s-ide. and under the same conditions. It not only enables you to judge accurately on tli ir Individual merits, but also saves you the fatigue of "shopping" fro-n ono place to another. No obligation to purchase Is inferred by a vi.-it here. We make welcome anyone who tH'slres to see our instruments. Experienced salesmen are ready nt all times to explain the points of merit of (he various pianos shown and to ie informati J l of value to prospective buyers. You are Invited to avail yourself of this service. Store open every evening. ....... i The Cable Piano Co. 1 15 6th St. Phone 420 R. VV. Wilson, Mgr. WOLVERINE MAN FINED. Steve Dlack of Wolverine, was ar rcsttd and brought before Justice Fisher this morning on a charge of creating a noise and disturbance. He was found guilty and lined $10 and costs. in all. The alternative n as 30 days' in jail. I '.lack decide 1 to a. v. We have a complete line of Cleveland, Columbia, Tribune and Rambler Uicycles. 2 Oto$Z Prices Trunks, and Full Traveling HARNESS CO Calumet, Michigan All these QUALITY Umbrellas Now in stock GO AT NET COST TO US to ( lone out the umbrella utoek for the summer. Will even cut out your Initials free of cost. Come early and make your choice both Ladies' and lentlemcn's in Mock. WARREN JEWELRY COMPANY 321 FIFTH ST. CALUMET, MICH. CLEARING SALE. On Ladies and Misses Dresses We have an enormous line of them .-a prices from 12.00 to $JT.0O. All col ors and white will be sold now at V off. 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