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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PACE FIVE CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION of the First National Bank OF CALUMET l'Ur.USHKD PURSUANT TO THE CALL OK THE COMITIIOL LEB'OF THE CUKUKXCV, MARCH 7TH, 1911. ASSETS. Cash and Kxchangn , G02.38S.ll 1i:iiis mi l Betud. o 3i;i .,j Banking House. ' y;j VI vo per cent Fund '. " j lo.wiu.OO Overdrafts l.M.SJi $3,49j.2S7.01 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 200,000.00 Kurplu ' 273,000.00 Undivided ptollts l'j.Td.ltG Deposits 2.X20.G73.0") Circulation WO.xSO.OO $3,193,287.01 THE HOUSEHOLD CHOICE RECIPES. Chocolate Pie. Two-thirds cup suar, one cup milk, two eggs (yolks), two tablespoons of cornstarch, two tablespoons flour, two tablespoons urn tod chocolate. t'uok In double boiler until thick. Fill a baked crust rind cover with a frosting made of two whites of e-ggs (luaten sti(T) and two tablespoons of sugar. Brown in hot oven. ! I butler, melted, one ti aspoon rardeinom, imc-fourth teaspoon almond extract, ! t'iht teaspoons stiKar, six tablespoons ... i sour milk or cream, ono-fourth tea spoon baking soda and Hour to make a batter. I ti nt y ll;s an 1 sugar to a cream, add butter, boat well, add whites after beating to a stiff froth, then cardemom and extract. Mix baking soda In the milk, then add the Hour rolled out to one-half inch thickness, cut In dice with a cooky wheel and fry in hot lard to a golden brown. Pea Soup. Take the end of a boiled ham, about 1.", cents' worth, put In a kettle and add enough water for soup. Then take a pint of whole green dried pe:rs, put In a email kettle with water, let them ome to a boil, add a pinch of salcratus which will cause the water to foam up, and drain. Then pour the peas into the kettle with the meat, add two car rots and boil for three hours. Stir through colander, heat and serve. CHAFING DISH RECIPES. Danish Recipe. Take three eggs, one-fourth cup of Pure-Wholesome Beer like the HEINGOLD has been the fav orite drink of mankind forages. IT IS GOOD AS A FAMILY B5.VERAGE Sold in and Pint Quart Dottles. Scheuermann .Brewery Telephones in all Copper Country Towns. Oysters in Chafing Dish. Two tablespoonfiils of butter, one- eighth teaspoon of white popper, one teaspoon of salt, and one pint of oys ters, l'tit the ingredients except the oysters in the chafing dish and when this is hot add the oysters. Cover and shake the pan occasionally. When the oysters are plump add enough cream to make one cup of liquid. Serve hot with toast or crisp crack ers. Creamed Shrimps. Shrimps for the chafing dish: Melt two tablespoons of butter, add same quantity of Hour, and stir until well blended, then pour on gradually, stir ring all the time, three-quartern cup of rich milk, liring to the boiling point and add three-quarters cup of stewed I GARBAGE PILES ARE DANGEROUS SPECIAL SANITARY PRECAU TIONS SHOULD BE TAKEN IN SPRING TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH. "Sjioolal precautions should, bo tak en at this time of the year to protect the .public health," raid a well known Calumet physlclun this morning. "Al though garbage and ushes are remov ed a. rapidly as they accumulate dur ing the winter as 'wrll us the summer months In Calumet, there is more or less mijcelluneous refuse and lilth, which each individual resident should collect and have removed from his premises, this matter being a private rather than a public duty." In exposed jilaeos, the snow haa already melted awa" from these un sl;;htly piles and everyone should see to it that they aro removed at the ear liest possible moment. As soon as It get.H warm enough for Hies ami other insect tiiese j dies of decaying filth oecomo a menace to ncultli ami a brooder of typhoid and numerous other diseases. L,ng before that lime, they frequently aro a stench to the nostrils and an eyesore to all who take pride in beautiful Calumet. Another disease breeder at this season of the year deserves mention It is the 41 1 th that appears on the st-eets with the melting away of the snow'. There seems to be no way or preventing the streets being in a wretchedly filthy condition, at this reason of the year, and until the dirt is washed awuy by a heavy rain, peo ple cannoi. bo too careful. "The greatest danger Is when the streets begin to' pet cl.ry in places so that dust Is blo.vn about. This dust Is reeking with disease germs of al most every kind and when inhaled, of ten results In pulmonary and other borlo-is ailments, among those whose corstitutlons are not strong enough to throw off the jxdsonous 'germs in haled, flood health Is a great asset In the spring, when there is really more opportunity for contracting diseases than at almost any other time of the year. It behooves everyone to use th? greatest possible precautions and to keep Iiis premises neat and clean, both for the sako of his own health and that of his neighbors. PERCENTAGE Of INSANITY SMALL Bl-ENNIAL REPORT OF UPPER PENINSULA HOSPITAL SHOWS HOUGHTON COUNTY'S RATE IS LOW. If According to the bi-ennlal report of the Upper Peninsula Hospital for the Insane, which has Just bee n Issued, the percentage of insanity in Houghton county is very email when compared with that of some of the other counties In this section. A total of 113 patients were sent to the hospital from this county from July 1. 1908, to July 1, 1910, or an average of 1.28, for every 1,000 inhabitants. Luce county, with nine patients, hag the highest rate of insanity, per 1,000 population, 2.24, and Chippewa connty with fifty-one pa tlents is next with a rate of 2.08. Mackinac, with six patients Is the low est with a rate of only 0.64 per 1.000 population. All of the larger counties of the Upper Peninsula have higher rates than Houghton county. The rate In Ontonagon ceiunty Is 1.73 per 1,000; Schoolcraft county, 1.3S; Alger coun ty, 1.56; Delta county, 1.49 and Mar eiuette county, 1.32. Keweenaw coun ty, with six patients, had the excep tionally low rate of 0.83. On July 1, 1908, there were a total of 702 patients at the hospital and. up to June 30 of last year, 407 patients were received, 239 men and 148 women the whole number , under treatment during that period being 1109, ef whom 667 were men and 442 women. A to tal of 46 men and 32 women recov ered and were discharged, 122 were partly Improved, 105 died and 24 were unimproved. On July 1, 1910, there re mained at the hospital 780 patients 466 men and 314 women. Of the 407 patients admitted during the two years, 279 or 68 per cent were foreign born, 94 were from Finland, 60 from Canada and 32 from Sweden. "THE SPENDTHRIFT." and strained tomatoes mixed with a pinch of soda, two cups of finely cut cheese, two eggs slightly beaten, one pint of shrimps cut In pierces, and salt, mustard and cayenne to taste. Serve on piece: of toasted bread or crackers. Grown "A House of Merit" VAUDEVILLE ft D Ahern THE DIXIE DANDIES. Reancd Singers and Dancers. New PiGtores TODAY COMING MONDAY KEOTJGK & KOEHLER comedy singing talking and danemg. SEE GRACE KOEHLER DANCE Dishwashing Aid. l or rinsing i or washing dishes, a short piece of hose, fitted to screw on tho hot water faucet at the sink, with a spray nozzle, will greatly facilitate the work, The force of the spray is creat or than the ordinary flow, and the wat jer may be applied to any part of the article. Two feet and a half is a good 'length for the hose. UPPER PENINSULA mceeehsss: NEW SHOW TODAY Old The IKlanJim A Quiet Evening at Heme The Ride to Death MATIhEE EVERY DAY T 2:30 4 OC -ADMISSION -1 jj .mlkX L (pALUMET THEATER MONDAYJWRCH 27 A REMARKABLE PLAY OF MIRTH AND MYSTERY That Triumphantly Successful KS Dramatization of Meredith Nich- olson's Popular Novel. FfflE HOUSE! David Armit Lots for Sale in Philipsville and Renova LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. On corner lot at corner Lake Linden nd HeaU street, Laurium. Good for business place. Office Richetta Block, Heel 8t, Laurium. Phone 266. OF A THOUSAND LCANDLESJ Four Whimsically Weird Acts. Overflowing With Novel Incidents. AN EXCELLENT COMPANY. Perfectly Stasd and Complete in All its Unusual Details. rarepietlp nd two rows Tareiu.t Circle Hal ince Parquet Circle Vrt two rows of Ifcilcony. Matinee of Balcony r.ahony Circle. Callery Sat tale, Fosters', Saturday 8 a. m. "THIS IS MY 71ST BIRTHDAY." Iaurent Olivier David, a memher of the Senate of Canada and well known as a writer on Canadian history and public .affairs, was born near Mon treal, March 21. 1840. After graduat ing from St. Therese College he began the practice of law. but of late years he has devoted his attention almost whol ly to journalism and literature. He has been connected In an editorial ca pacity with various leading newspapers In Montreal. In 1867 he entered the political field ns a candidate for the Quebec legislature, but was defeated. He was likewise an unsuccessful can didate for the Dominion House of com mons in 1878 and 1891. In 1886 he was elected to the Quebec legislature and Ir 1003 he was appointed to the Sen ate. Senator David has been active as a member of the various French- Canadian societies and for his work along this line he was recently award ed the Ited Ribbon of the Deglon of Honor by the French Government. Great Play Will Be Presented at Cal umet Theatre April 4. The most emphatic success of the past season in New York was Porter Emerson Browne's new play, "The Spendthrift", which Frederic Thomp son will present at the Calumet theatre on April 4. ' "The Spendthrift" In its conception and execution is entirely different from "A Fool There Was", which play first brought Porter Emerson Browne Into prominence as a playwright. It deals with the frivolous extravagance of a luxury-loving wife, and the financial ruin achieved by the husband In his efforts to gratify her extravagant whims. When he realizes the direful pas to which their mode of life has brought them, he demands of his wife the sacrifices that are necessary, pre paring, at the same time, to make them himself. The wife's life has been too easy she has not sufficient stamina to face comparative poverty and with the idea of relieving their monetary distress she borrows a large sum from a man friend. Thta action hastens the inevitable clima which- i In turn followed by nn entire readjustment of the family relations, producing a con dition more nearly approximating hap piness than any that has heretofore been obtained in the household. The play is In four acts, the first three Bhowtng the lavishly furnished and tastefully decorated interiors of a well-to-do New York broker's home, the last an attic room In a lower East Side tenement house. The company was especially engaged by Mr. Thomp son for the present tour, with a view to the particular fitness of each mem ber of his or her respective parts. They Include Doris Mitchell, who por trays the spendthrift wife; Lionel Ad orns, Gwendolyn Piers, Albert Sack ptt. Llsle, (MlcCall, Forrest Orr, Alice Kelly and William If. Sullivan. DIRECT FROM MEXICO. Two Sons of Marquette Man Talk of the Revolution. James and Bernard Sherman, sons of J. 10. Sherman, ef Marquette, have returned home from Mexico, where they have been for several months, en. gaged in mining work. The young men have been stationed at the city of Chihauhau, which is the cente r of tho revolutionary movement, and are able to give first hand Information re garding the troubles that are now agi tating that country. They left Chihau hau a week ago and had no trouble in getting out of the country Into the United States, though the trip had to bo made by a roundabout way, as the railroad between Chihauhau and El Paso, Texas, has been destroyed by the revolutionists. That the insurrection In Mexico is much more serious than the press dis patches Indicate is the statement of the Sherman boys. In their opinion, tho revolution will never be put down by President Diaz until the demands of the revolutionists, or "pronuncla- tos," ns they style themselves, ure granted. These demands consist of a revision of the electiion system, the elimination of graft and an equal dis tribution of the burden of taxation. It appears that the elections, as now conducted in Mexico, aie farcical, and do not In any degree represent the ex pression of the people. The chief rea son for this condition Is that tho bal lots are counted In secret by govern ment employees, whom, the revolution ists allege, make such returns as v HI keep supporters of the Diaz regime in office, no matter what the vote ir. iy be. This sort of thing has gone on so long that the people realize that the elections are only a matter ef form, and do not take the trouble to vote at all. A demand for an open and fair count of the votes, which was refused by Diaz, is said by Mr. Sherman to have been the principal cause of the dissatisfaction. Favoritism in Taxation. Another demand of the premunciatos Is that thirty years' back taxes be col lected from Louis Terrazas. who owns about half of the land of the state and Is probably the wealthiest citizen. Terrazas is a relative of Diaz and for S Youir next Suit to be A rTTFSIl LL.U I N 1 1 I r l iMl I II 3 RLOCH ? We have been drumming this make of Clothes into you for the past 15 years. It is an exceptional line, a line for the discriminating man who wants to be sure that his clothes are of the correct cut and make. Tho Spring line contains some beau tiful GRAYS, TANS and plain and fancy Blue Serges. Price on this line &20.00 to $30.00, other makes $12.00 up. CALUMET HOUCHTCN DROWNED AT THE SOO. Walking along the water power can al at the Soo, Howard Cavanaugh. a voune man.'fell into the stieam east i. ....... .i,.. v, inia .. of Fort street and was urowneu. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." 1603 Union of the crown of Scotland with that of England by the accession of James VI. 1617 First marriage in Canada cel ebrated at Quebec. 1783 Spain recognized the indepen dence of the United States. 1821 Rachel, one of the world's greatest actresses, born in Switzer land. Died in France, Jan. 3, 1858. 1834 The Turks retired before the invading Russian army under Gorts chakoff. I860 Treaty ceding Savoy and Nice to France signed. 1862 Count K. R. Nesselrode, cele 1" rated Russian chancellor, died. Horn Dec. 14. 1780. 1874 Mass meeting of business men In New York to discuss the national finances. 1882 Henry Wads worth Longfellow, Ihe poet, died in Cambridge, Mass. Porn In Portland, Mo., Feb. 27. 1807. 1904 Sir Edwin Arnold, the poet, died In London. Horn June 10, 1832. 1903 Jules Verne, popular French in Nantes. Feb. 8. 1828. Nantes, Feb. 8, 1828. 1910 Egyptian Nationalists protest ed against a speech by Colonel Roose velt at Cairo favoring P.rltlsh occupation. See our bargains in good meats for Saturday at Assellns. m24 pork Reer bottled In quarts and pints. Order a case today. Calumet Hrewlng Co. Phone 274. m25 His it, ui., un ree-overed a nuarier oi a s mile distant, where' it had been car ried by the swift current. After first falling from the embankment, 'the young man succeeded In pulling him self out of the water and walked for a distance along the ledge of the can al near the 'water lino. He endeav ored to climb t() the top, hlipind nnd went back into the water. Again he succeeded In gelling to the ledge and made his way to another part of the oinl.anlrment. struck a" coating of ice, missed his f otln and again plunged Into th,s water. This time 'he did not rliso to the surface. The-doce a-ed was a son of Joseph Cavanaugh of Ridge street und had lived in tho Soo for a number of years. He was formerly in the employ of the Soo Hardware com pany as driver of the firm's delivery wagon. grossly favored In the apportionment of taxes. The revolutionists make a number of charges of graft, as an ex ample of which may be cited the fact that the governor who preceded Ahum ada Is alleged to be $3,000,000 short In his accounts with the state and Is now being held as n. prisoner until he "comes across" with the shortage. According to Mr. Sherman, people of Michigan are utterly unable to realize the extent to which rottenness and "orruptlon pervades Mexicen politics. It Is the general opinion of the Mex icans that the Unlted States troops are being mobolized for the purpose of in vading Mexico and putting down the revolution. In order that healthy busi ness conditions may be restored, rath er than because this country has any Interest In the merits of the contro versy at Issue. Mr. Sherman, person ally, does not believe that the United States government, at the present time has any Intention to invade Mexico, though the troops will be used to pro- Clara Wilson, a five-year-old girl liv tect this country's Intere-sts if need be. jlng ut St. Ignae-e, rolled from a couch He takes no stock whateve-r In the the- j to tho floor, one arm doubled bem-ath ory that the Japanese are behind the (her. the other day. and broke both revolutionary movement, and can see ' bones of the fore-arm. A doctor reduced in tho movement no Japanese warcloud , the fracture and Clara Is progressing hanging over the horizon. ! nie-ely to recovery. The Americans are being treated i with the greatest respect by both par- J ties, says Mr. Sherman'. He has not j been molested in any way and was permitted to move about In both camps , at will, nor did he have any trouble In J getting out of the country, when rail-j road connections were re-established. The railroad south of Chihauhau was rebuilt when the Insurrectos were out ! of the city fighting with a band of! Mexican soldiers, and does not, in Mr. j Sherman's opinion, Indicate that the; The quantity of merchandise shipped during the year between domestic Ilk ports atained the record total of 86, 732,316 shtrt tons compared with 83, 50C.l'Jl short tons in 1907, the largest previous annual total. OPTOMETRIST HERE W. THURTELL, The optometrist has returned to Calumet and had his office in the Lisa Block, 6th street, near postofllce. Eyes ticrounhly tested and glasse fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed. Hours. 1 to 6 and 7 t 8 p. m. Tel. 35. CHILD BREAKS ARM. 3 Cans corn f 25 cents ut Assellns. m24 I 5 cans fruit for $1.00 at Assellns. mC4 The Emperor Augustus robbed Fob- j revolution is on the wane ruary'of a day, and put it on August, so the month named after him should not be lacking in dignity. The statement has been made that Great Britain has more trades unions than any other country except Germany. Violin Instructions GEO. D. BARNARD, Conductor and Manager of the Calumet &. Hecla Band r.nd Orchestra, will take a limited number of pupils on the Violin. Tel. Res. 53-R., er C. & H. Exchange 85. Steamship Tickets To all parts of the World VIA WHITE STAR CUNARD ALLAN AMERICAN CANADIAN NORTHERN CANADIAN PACIFIC LINES. Reliable representatives meet all passengers on arrival in New York. For rates and particulars call on Woodward & Rowe Red Front Store. Phone 42. Calumet, Mich. flood coffee nt 2.1 peaind at Aisellns. and 28 cents per1 m2l Needful Knowledge Calumet People Should Learn to Do tect the Approach of Kidney Disease. Tho symptoms of kidney trouble are so unmistakable) that they leave no ground for doubt. Sick kidneys ex crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, full of Bediment, irregular of pas sage or attended by a sensation of scalding. The back aches constant ly, headaches and dizzy spells may oc cur and the victim Is often weighed down by a feeling of languor and fa tigue. Neglect these warnings and there Is danger of dropsy. Bright' disease, or diabetes. Any one of these symptoms is warning- enough to begin treating the kidneys at once. Delay often proves fatal. You enn use no better remedy than Doan's Kidney rills. Here's Calumet proof: Uriah Blight, 30" Sixth St., Calu met, Mich., says: "We have used Doan's Kidney Pills in our family and know that: they live up to all the claims made for them. This remedy brought entire relief from backache, a feeling of languor, and other difficulties caused by weak kidneys." For sale by all dealers. Trice CO cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unite States. ' Remember the name Doan and take no other. Gosfitfig ou t Sale , of Stock of ll SI - n-i-A'.-ri Wilho Leikas & Co Bankrupt aTsTsJsa! &atsamaasmsida tflSLmkA M R. R. T. Looney, referee in bank ruptcy of United States Court, West ern District has ordered me to convert the bankrupt stock of Wiiho Leikas & Co., consisting of books, pictures and art work into money in the shortest possible time. 1 am offering the entire stock of Class ics, Popular Fiction, books of Pcems, Dictionaries, Bibles and a magnificent line of Art Work at prices that can or will not be duplicated in Calumet or vicinity in a long time. I urge all who are interested to call at once and secure some of these rare bargains. S. SILVOLA, Trustee. 2C