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CTrRlDAY APRIL" 14, 191f.
THE CALUMET NEWS. UZJT'::r T! PACE ELEVCN Stray Bits Of News From Little Old New York -..-i, Airt-il 15. Tie cltlzeni of 'Jyorkare tnjoyln the rather pe Mw t hitter and veno- fullBrT.B between Police Magrlatrate frrLn and Mayor Ouynor concern fU: ,e conduct and efficiency of the fy I,,llce department Mayor Gay was not, at first, a great admirer J, the municipal police department and the early part of his admlnla ' In cau.l many violent .makeups i the f i rt'. ul " reconciled with the conditions In come rec Wnm its Lest friend and most gallant Lil"- The attacks of Magistrate r rrigan upon the police department . ...iiiiv the "men higher up" 1 caused considerable stir in offl . . . ,..,.!,. The eeneral public is Z much interested in such matterB rffered by tne coiurui-..j , . T notwIthHtniidlna; ofllcial denials of the truth of Mr. Corrlgun'a statements and titlstica the violators of the Sunday ami liquor laws and the ladles of easy infstlnir the Tenderloin district nd ether parts of Gotham have be- ,me a great ueai less ihmu mhu iuuu- icnt lately. 'Another one of the old churches of New York has been closed for good. After 122 years of existence the Sev enth Street Methodist Church, known in Its early days as the "Two-Mile Stone" Church, und when Peter Coop er was Its Sunday School Superinten dent as the "llowery Church," has been closed, not to be opened again. In the civil war years, when the Rev. Dr. James Hoy and the Rev. W. Pitman Corbett were its pastors, the congre gation was one of the largest in the city, but during the last twenty-five years the membership diminished to such an extent that it was considered advisable to abandon the church and consolidate the dwindling congregation with that of the Haddlng . Church in East Seventeenth Street. The old church building has been sold and will henceforth be used as a Greek Catho lic Church. Some time ago the announcement was made that the Hoffman House, that famous hostelry on ltroadway and Twenty-fifth street, would be closed permanently during the first week of April, For more than a generation the Hoffman House has enjoyed a national leputation as one of the most famous hotels in the country. Its fame did not rest so much upon the fact that for more than half a century the hotel was the favorite stopping place of many of the most distinguished visit ors from foreign countries, members of the nobility, singers, musicians, ar tists, etc., but In a much greater mea suse upon the fact that during all these years the Hoffman House has been the most famous stamping ground of Democratic politicians. Some time ago the house went into the hands of a receiver and it was he who ordered the house closed. The guests, many of whom had lived in the house from twenty to forty years, were disconsolate and with deep re gret moved toother quarters. At the last moment, however, an agreement was readied with the creditors which made It possible to keep the old hos telry going. The guests who had al rendy moved out, were notified and most of them gladly returned to their accustomed haunt. Most of the old employees of the hotel also returned to their former places. A boy of sixteen years, nt Corona, L. I., established a new amateur rec ord for long-distance sleeping the other day. He went to sleep on Friday night .in the attic of his parents' home and slept continuously until the fol lowing Monday night. He probably would have continued to snooze, hud not his father awakened him then. The boy Is apparently healthy and there seems to be no reasonable expla nation of his sleeping propensity, un less it is the fact that his father is a watchman. That the much-discussed and great ly abused hatpin Is not only u Btrious P. BOPP Ml w PS 11.. Sack Pills. Flour $2.60 49 lb. Sack Pills. Flour SI. 30 n lb. Rack Universal Flour $2.60 49 It.. Sack Universal Flour $1.30 IS lb. Sack Gold Floss Flour $2.45 49 lb. Sack Gold Floss Flour $1.25 ttran 100 lb. Sack $1.35 Middlings 100 lb. Suck $1.55 Oats per Pushed.. 47 Corn 7Jo per P.ushel or 2 Bushel Sack $1.45 Fresh Kggs per doz. 20c, per Case 10c Swifts Uest Smo. Hams "16c Shoulders Smo. Hams 13d 6 lb. pail Leaf Iird 70 10 lb. Pail Leaf Lard..... $1.35 Creamery r.utter per lb 24 Test Creamery Putter 1 lb. Trlnt 27 Wee Sack Salt 8c, 4 Sacks 25 1 lb. pug. Postum Cereal.... 22 3 II). pkg. Soda Crackers.... 22 Kerusem. Oil per gallon 12 o, C gallon 55 F. O. p. Tobacco 40 Peerless Tobacco , 35 Hl'tons Tea 1 lb. can 55 Heil Cross Macaroni pkg. 9c, 3 for 25 & Hammer R. Soda 7c, 4 pkg 25 JH-0 all flavors 9c, 3 pkg , 25 Potatoes per Rushel 55 Quaker Oats small pkg Q Natlousil Oats large pkg 22 Vr A Itlaekwell's Chow Chow, pints 32ef Crofs & lllackwell's Chow Chow, quarts 55 Oubm Rlaekwell-s Onions, quarts 55 t'ross & Rlackwell's Vinegar per Pottle 22 1'elnz Chow Chow pints 30 Heinz. Chow Chow quarts : -..-50 Ij-o pkg. MagiH yeast 7c, 4 for "Stf Van Hou ton's Cocoa 1 lb can 85 4 Van Houton's Cocoa U lb 23c, i lb 43 Fry's Cocoa per can 23c) KingsforcVs 1 lb. Silver Gloss Starch 9c, 3 for.25 KIngsford's 1 lb. Corn Starch 9c, 3 for 25 Monsoon Prand 3 lb. Gloss Starch 25 4 Large pkg. Washing Powder all kinds 20 Lemon Teer per lb 15 d Citron Teel per lb 18 Orange Peer per lb 172 28 Pars Oak Leaf Soap for $1.00 26 Pars Queen Anne Soap $1.00 Sapolio per Cake g Navy Beans per lb Lima Peans per lb Green Peas per lb 5 Farina 1 lb. pkg. 9c", 3 for 25 Dates per pkg. 9c, 3 for 25 Figs per pkg. 9c, 3 for 25 Dutch Cleanser per can 9c, 3 for 25 Dried Peaches per lb. 13c, 2 for 25 Dried Apricots per lb 18 Dried Pears per lb. 13c, 2 lbs. for 25c Summer Sausage per lb 22 18 lbs. Loaf Sugar $1.00 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00 3 lbs. Powdered Sugar 252 4 lb. Pall Cottolene G06 Sardines In Mustard 13e, 2 for 25 Sardln's in Oil 10c, 3 for 25 Small can Pork & Peans 8 Medium can Pork & Peans.. 13d Large canPor k & Peans 17 Itlue Label Catsup pints 20 Monarch Catsup pints 20c- Fdwards Catsup pints 20 C cans Mixed Canned Fruit, 2.'.c quality ...$1,00 We sell Chase and Sanborn's celebrated line of Teas and Coffees. v J CALUMET, MICHIGAN Grocery Price List OUR Grocery Department is stocked with high class and reliable Groceries only, which we sell at prices that are lowest. Following is a list of prices on which we can save you money. Compare prices and quality ot goods. Big Soap Shipments Arrive Arrangements are practically complete for Soap Week. Enormous quantities of Palmolive and Galvanic Soaps are bcinff placed with retail dealers. I here will he free Palmolive Soap for everybody. Nearly every grocer in town has enrolled his name on the list of distributors. o a p in a t; a ; MUSI on.-, VV o m en- U s I Compare Galvanic with the soap you now use. Then decide which one --you want. It Galvanic boap doesn t do twice the work with half the labor doesn't make your clothes much whiter and cleaner doesn't in every way prove its superiority over any other laundry soap at any price why, then continue to use the old soap. But if it docs what we claim for it and over a million housewives back our claims I))' using it every day Kg 7 don't even need to rub them unices they're very badly soiled. One million women endorse that state ment. We know that you will endorse it if you try one cake. President B. J. Johnson Soap Co., Milwaukee, Wis. tl.mj',r to innocent liyptamlrrs or pus-M'is-liy, but iin equally cllVctiv e xui of defence :is i'innns-tr;itel tlie othiT morning, wlien a jonnir woman, rettirnins; liome from a visit to a frieinl at two o'elock in the ini nit)?, was lield up iy a hold Id va ina n on Lexington Avenue. In.';tead of liand- over l'er purse and Jewelry to Hie loliber, as Pile iiad been bidden by Mm, the .mhihr woman jmlled two forndda ble hatpins out of her beehive hat and jabbed the h!.nhwa man ...jn the arm. He howled nnd ran, pursued by tin Intrepid ama.oii, who made ttTeetive use of her pins whenever she managed to catch up with the flei t fugitive. He dropped hi. revolver into a par baK'o barrel which lie passed, but the weapon was recovered.' after the would-be highwayman ;a arrested by a policeman who Intercepted hid IllRht. " f JudRiiiK1 from recent experience it woulil not lie a bad idea to Introduce ;i course in "oology int., the currieulum of law sclioids. Some time aj;o the whole hual fraternity seemed to be nonplussed when confronted with the iiinslion whether a chicken is a bird. It took a larRo number of lawyer.0, judges and export zoologists to settle that iiestlon and evn then yreat many nuiiiliers of the bar remained doubtful and puzzled. The other day another, similar mieslion came up in a case before the Tombs Court. The captain of n Cuban steamship and a dealer in turtles wife charged with cruelty to animals, because they bad transported West-Indian turtles in a cruel manner. The lawyers for the de fence contended that turtles Were not animals and for that reason the charge of cruelty could not be main tftined. The Court found it Impossible to deride, the point raised In an off- !;ii:d manner, lb- res ion and ordered both If i. at a later date. ! ' There were ureal donns in New ! : o? k'a Chinatown during tin- past (v.eek. This time it v. m not a Id ' wail'. re between l;n- Tonj;s. but a j peaceful act of c har ity a bazaar t" 'laise money for the staiAimr people I in China. The Chinese residents vied 'with each other in e-ontributin-j; to tla- pood cause and even the women an. I j children, usually seM.a.i sect: hi p'foi; . Itook part in the bazaar to attiac-t v i. - Iloi's and increase its tin.uuial sue- (CPS. (1 his deei.- l;:i;iii'd--. On the plvniises of Chili 's to subndt man J'i-i. e, llelle lsie, a wild IiilUey j..ii!d the of fowls il. tin- :ird jaud wlie-n 1'iiee walked toward it the fowl lieeamr entangled III a Wile- leliee end was e.ii'flit. AleNailder I'olt, "lie of i he lei snols in Kin (bori.'.e coun ts l'ri?:ht' to d se ine- wiM fowls away ! i his flei'k of t il r and Sliceeed- e ! ai la.otim; on.' ;'. it tb w in the elite, lion e,f the W eel S. - V I s! .i ri !', t oil St;'V. What He Thought. Mi-3. All.vay Oh, John. I had a 1-ram las;t nlht that all your money Vi's pono." Ailway "How much did '.he drt.ss In the dream cost?" WILD TURKEYS PLENTIFUL. J) In Kin?r Ceorpe county, Virrirda, wild turkeys have been unusually plen tiful. In a number of instances they jeeiaee the jTIock of UwU ia the... yard Invention of Importance. A Russian electrician haa Invented an Insulating material made from milk curds. ' y r? o fy li TN X . M r M M M M m m M Z W & WO fevte Leadership "K 3 ' Iff 'jHIS year it would seem as though -the seasons themselves favored footwear fashions. Ordinarily Ihe Silks, Velvets and delicate- Suede leathers which go to make a goodly proportion of this Spring's styles would be inappropriate for Eastertide, but its lateness this season foretells the balmy air and sunshiny days of Spring just the weather to most effectively display the .beautiful new creations in "Queen Quality" footwear. The malcers'of these "Famous Shoes" have spared neither pains nor expense to present to you a line of Spring, and Summer fashions that for beauty of form and variety has never before been equaled. Our assortment of these "World Famous Shoes" affords an opportunity for selection that even the smart, exclusive shops of Fifth Avenue cannot outdo. From our stockou may be as fittingly shod in the Easter parade as 'the smartest Paris ienne on the Boulevards. The fame of "Queen Quality" is universal; millions of women wear them and sing their praises ; and when it comes to leadership in fit, form and variety of styles, they lead the world. $3.50 to $5.00 ill 1 ft m r 'J If';: k Im-mm I mm w ml 1 . y.i M h 6 .i m au wpz xl P I