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MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PACK MVfc YOU'D better be safe than sorry! There is no Safer Investment in the world than a Blue Savings Book or a Blue Certificate of Deposit, and in the lon run such an investment will pay far better than Mining Stock. First National Bank OF CALUMET Lower Peninsula News KALAMAZOO. Stricken with ito untitle poisoning shortly after eating corn beef City Assessor Albert Ten Kussohen, his wife and two children Ho in a precarious condition. KALAMAZOO. Henry Kins; of Wil liams station has mysteriously disap peared from his home and officers are unable to find any truce of him. King in a wealthy farmer and officers fear foul play. JACKSON. Ooodrlch Cagosan, aged 70, was run down and badly Injured by one of the Armour Tucking house teams, which became frightened by the steam calliope in n circus parade. The old man Is at the hospital with Hi-veral broken ribs nnd other Injuries. Hospital surgeons state he is In u very n-rlotis condition. JACKSON. William Pickell. a M. V, It. conductor, was seriously Injur ed. He was standing in the rear of his car adjusting tho trolley when nnnther car crashed Into his car. Ho received a compound fracture of h's left leg and a crushed ankle. He was taken to the city hospital where his recovery Is expected. HOLLAND. William IV Vruyn. 27 jt-urs old, was perhaps fatally Injured at the Jtu sr. Machine works when his luud been me caught in a tdiaft. A lare Rash was cut In his head and nevcral of the skull bones were broken. Surgeons will operate on De Vruyn In fn attempt to save his life. He Is the only son at home nnd supports a widowed mother. Recently two broth ers died, one was drowned nnd the other was a victim of tuberculosis. PETOSKEY. While the Crosi Y11' li-xe baseball team was returning On a llsh tug from Mackinaw City, Paul Williams, the Indian pitcher, who was sleeping on the deck, rolled Into the vater and drowned. The accident oc curred In the Straits of Mackinac. Wil liams Is survived by a widow and two children at Cross Village. Scheuermann Brewery's PORTER it the best, purest, most palatable, most healthful drink to be found. Tlottled at the Itrcw cry by tho most Im proved methods. NOW TO DC HAD IN PINT BOTTLES. h Crown "A House of Merit" A High-Class Feature Commencing MONDAY and for One Week THEFOUR SINGERS AND DANCERS SHANNONS CHESANING. r.dwnrd Soggs, aged 2S, who Is married and resides near Hurt, dislocated his neck and died soon afterward. He and some friends wen swimming In a pool on James Miller's farm, and In diving off the bank Into the water, which was supposedly deep, he struck a pile of stones but three feet below the surface and was knock ed unconscious. He was pulled out by his companions. MUSKEGON. The drawing of a re volver on Otrieers Westerllnd and Klinker and making alleged threats against them fr the arrest was the cause of Harry P.ultema, of this city, paying a lino of $100 In police court, llultcmu was nctlng- disorderly In com pany with his brother, John, and (Ser rlt Jcnhof when the arrest was made. The other two paid T, and $lr re spectively. HOLLAND. Thomas Seholten, a Zetland farmer, lies in a precarious condition as the result of a peculiar accident. He was driving a herd of cows across the I 'ere Marquette rail road. Nine cows had safely crossed the tracks, and while Seholten was trying to chase- the last one across the flyer came around the curve. The en gine struck the animal nnd hurled It with terrific force against Seholten who was close beliind. The cow was Killed and Scholtcn sustained several broken ribs. KALAMAZOO At the meeting or the Michigan asylum board here It was announced that the superintendent of every public Institution in Michigan Including the wardens of the prisons, will meet lu re. The purpose of the visit to the Kalamazoo asylum is to Investigate the methods of purchasing supplies of the Michigan asylum and consider purchases for the ensuing ear. It is expected that about twenty will be present. Most of the asylum stewards are already in Kalamazoo. The meeting Is the first of its kind tver held In Michigan and out of it may grow a new system for the pur chase of supplies for all Michigan In stitutions. BAY CITY The 2-year-old son of Charles Shubpaoh drank a large quan tity of kerosene oil and Is in a critical condition. IONIA June 4 to 7 will be eventful days for tho Catholics of Ionia when a class of 400 will be confirmed by Hishop Kelly of Ann Arbor. This is the first confirmation hero in I?, years HOLLAND While operating Planer at the Buss machine works, Will Debruyn, 24 years old. was fatal ly injured. His head was caught bo GRAHD The Home of HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE 1 Where Kvyryhody Ue TONIGHT A NEW FEATURE PROGRAM. IN A COMEDY SKETCH "FrozeOut" Kinodrome Picture Featuring SLABSIDES',S' A Iieall.stle Drama. "WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO." ' A distinct novelty. "THE CHILD AND THE TRAMP." , And another feature. Watch for our Thursdsy act. Two co-atari vith the Nancy Evana Co. of Naw York- DEWEY m ill tween a board and the machine, and the fckull crushed. KALAMAZOO Knowing that) he is going to die from tuberculosis, ltev M. J. Jlocrsema sent to the Thirl Christian Reformed church his resig nation. ' GRAND RAPIDS Kev. II. A. Day, president of the Michigan conference, Wesleyan Methodist church, was robb ed of $33 by pickpockets while on a train at Jackson Monday morning. He was caught in a Jam in the aisle of the car. OWOSSO Lee Cole, of Antrim township, was sentenced to from six months to one year in Ionia reforma tory to expiate an offense against a young girl. Cole, who is 19 years old has a young wife, who is living near Itancroft with her parents. KALAMAZOO Falling off tho lhack end of n boat, Harold "Miller, aged 1J year, was drowned at Com.to k. HI mother frantically diving In the rlv er, soon located the 1oj body, but was unable to net It. A party of men soon recovered the body. KALAMAZOO Playing In the strerl Alfred Cnvanaug'h, aged 11 years, ran directly In front of a street car and was lilt with terrific force. Tho toy was hurled twenty feet. One leg was broken, he was terribly cut nlbout the head and It is feared that lie received Internal injuries. ANN ARBOR While visiting ils wife, -who has Just submitted to a ser ious operation. William limer of Traverse City, was taken suddenly III and within four hours he was dead of rente nophrltls. Mrs FUmor is not yet aware of her 'husband's death, for her condition has ibeen so critical that It is fouml the f hock would kill her, COLD WATER CJIenn C.reen, pro prietor of a billiard parlor In lfronson, was brought before Justice Kinney charged with Belling liquor. Orcen gave ball for appearance for exami nation May 31. Dwight Uyers, found drunk In the billiard room, was let off on suspended sentence and Itenton irccn, another drunk, gave bail to ap pear at examination May 29. VICKSBURG While Frank J. Hnr- ti'bus, .-.uperintendent of t'he paper de partmcnt of the Leo Paper company was ilt-lilng on Tvlud Iake he -was struck 'by lightning and instantly kill ed, falling out of the boat. A com panion dove, secured the hod- and swam with it about four r.ila to the drifting iboat. Hurtibus leaves a wld ow, who was in Dayton, O'iilo, at the time of t'iie accident. CADILLAC Dreaming such a real istic dream in vvCikii he saw his train crashlnjj into another, Frank Kvart o Ovvosho, an Ann Arbor 'brake-man, was so impressed that he arose from his 'bed in the caboose in which lie was sleeping unfl. ran out of the car, falling from the rear platform. He. struck on Ids head and permanent Injuries have resulted. The muscles are torn, cords 'badly sprained and he is unable to move hi head. BATTLE CREEK Although not confident that Ml sis Hessie Kathryn Clark, 31 years old. took her own life Coroner H. H. Did well will conduct no Inquest, the family preferring tocher Ish the thought that the girl's death might have been due to natutal causes Miss Clark went to flier roolng place Saturday complaining of not feelin well. Several hours later her Ixxly was found on the lied In her room, the faco looking as peaceful as If the girl was asleep. DETROIT Laying In wait at St Aubin and Clay avenues, AdolphDoat- ner, aged 24, shot Agnes Rcvvohl, ,19 his former wwectheart, when he ap peared In company with another man nnd then turned the gun upon himself, The girl was shot in the ' shmilder, the bullet breaking the collar lone and glancing and entering her lung, flrocc hospital attaches say her condition 1 not critical. Doatner . shot himself twice in the rbdnnen, Unit the wound wan thoucht last night not to he serious. SAGINAW Fred Fldrldge, 33 years old, of Hreckenrldge, Is In a serious condition from a double fracture of his right leg. He was fishing with Ms wife and daughter when the accident occurred. Mrs. KWrldge had caught a large .fish and her husband walked out on a tree, which overhung over tho river, tTasslst in landing It. When he started lack his foot slipped and caught In a crotch. He fell backwards breaking the leg above and below the knee. He hung helpless with 3ils ihcad and chest In the water, tout was saved from drowning by his wife keeping h's head abovo water until help came, OWOSSO Leon Johnson, age 17, of the United States navy, arrived at his old home In Morrlce to visit his par ents. Ills coming was to he a sur prise as he had been unexpectedly given a two weeks' furlong to recuper ate after an Illness. On his arrival at his home Johnson found It hoarded up nnd learned for the first time that his mother had been dead nearly three weeks as a result of burns. The mes sage announcing her death had never reached him. Johnson went to the new home of hla father at Bancroft, hut was so Rrlef stricken by his mother's death he did not care to stay and re turned to the naval training school at Norfolk, Va., where he Is stationed. Political friends of William R. Ilenrst In New York city appear unan imous In the belief that Mr. Hearst will make every endeavor to be chosen n delegate from New York to the iVm- ocratlc national convention of next year. HERE TOMORROW WILL ARRIVE ON SPECIAL TRAIN FROM DULUTH AT NOON TO LIVE IN OWN CAR WHILE HERE. With no less than five carloads of scenery nnd properties; forty players fiom the Theatre Sarah P.einhardt and a personal retinue of three maids, a man servant, a lady secretary and Pe ter Pan, her canine pet, (not to men- r J 4 7 ...ir-" - BERNHARDT t'on her sixty-five personal trunks) Mme. Hernhardt will arrive over the South Shore tomorrow at noon. So sumptuous is hi r traveling train that she prefers it to the average Ameri can hotel, nnd while In Calumet she will have her train parked and remain on It throughout the day. Here she will have the tempting dishes of Hen ri, her own Trench chef. Here sin- has n charming boudoir with flowers and mirrors, which fairly dazzle those who go to see and marvel .'it the vigor and sparkling energy of this unique woman, who for forty years has wielded her dramatic scepter in every clime. As an instance of how much people love her, It Is said that her Mage man ager, IVron, has been with her thirty-two years; her personal manager, who died on the last tour, Mr. Sinion son, no less than twenty-five years; M. Pencugourg, a faithful member of her company, twenty-four years, while Mme, Iloulangcr has been with her for eighteen years and several over ten years each. Her secretary has been with her twenty years; ene of her maids twenty-six years, while two oth ers have been In her employ for a doz en or more season?!. This Is to Rive a fair example of how Mme. Hein- hardt's associates love to be with her because of her many good qualities, notwithstanding hr rigid rule of dis cipline both on and off the stage. Requires No Contract. Another Interesting fact Is that this Is her second visit with her Ameri can manager, William P. Connor, in whom she has the utmo.-t faith, not even having required the scratch of pen for a contract. Mr. Sullivan. the business manac.er of the company, who looks after her every want, Is oc cupying the same position as he had five years ago, and the same cin be said of fjeorge Murray, In advance of the company, who was with her on her last tour as were also Nick Tritz. her stage mechanician and his assistant. It Is said that one would hardly look upon the organization as n theatrical company, but nmie as a happy family. Thoso Identillid with her sav that on the least provocation a dinner is given to Madame1, or one of he r eempany, to celebrate the hundredth perfoi manre. or New Year's Kve, or a trip to Niag ara Falls. This wltli the admiration of the American public for tho woman nnd the. genius, they say, makes what she terms the happiest period of her career. Many nnd vailed are the tales told of Mme. fternhardt, the actress, but few are familiar with that other side of her nature, which reveals Itself only In the close nnd constant companion ship of friendship and work. Th Bernhardt Mtthod. One of those who has known Mme. He rnhardt for years pays; "Ushered Into her dressing room between the act one find her silling deep In a comfoi table chair, with an air of repose that one who 1 tlre-d re cuperate strength, my merely looking til her. If hlie has to change her makeup she docs It with tin- laruuid Irace of one who bus a whole morning to spend In her boudoir preparing for the day. Meanwhile, she is talking to half a dozen friends and tratigers, be traying in her conversation a keen personal Interest In them ami appar ently with no -thought of herself or of the other acts of the drama that she must go through vvhh before the even ing Is over. "After the play It takes her two or three ho'irs to let diwii from the ten sion of the character the has por trayedto become, us she says, 'Mine. Pcrnhaidt again. As soon as she takes off her makeup and gets Into her street clothes again she (limbs Into her automobile, nnd, accompanied by several friends, goes Kick to her spe cial train. Others meet her there, and y. u : - M f j i , ; t- ... IN CAMILLE. Vi" 1 LAUglgUfVE BUSINESS D8RECTQRY AWDEN'S STORE DU PONT MOTOR CO. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Carry the 'best lino of goods nt the Agent for the Ford automobile, a Insurance Is a good sound business thoroughly reliable car for all pur- proposition and a man cannot do bet lowe st prices. The best service guar- poRt.S- p,,,, llne 0f bicycles and sport- ter in taking a life insurance policy anleed. Come In and be convinced. In& goods, tires and auto equipment, with the Detroit Life Insurance Co. Repairing of all kinds. I'hone 320-J. First Nat. Hank Uldg., Laurlum. Will sell a NEW PIANO 'Letter than EGGEN & HOYEM. PAULL'S CASH MEAT MARKET. many sold for 7. no at $140.00. Call A H,'an h,,k, t,hoI1' equipped with Choicest cuts of fresh and salt meats. S)" " - ... mmern machinery, Is tho hasls of our Staple nnd fancy groceries, milk, tiut- AUGU3T ESPEL success. Wo specialize in wedding ter and eggs. Special discounts for cakes at this time of the year. Let us cash. First class sausage of all kinds, trim the bride's cake. Phone G23. Thoa. I'aull. Phone 126. NIGHT SCHOOL FASHIONABLE TAILOR. THE PALACE HOTEL. Enroll Now. For spring and summer year, the pre- Centrally located in the business It pays t.i Investigate vailing styles will Include browns, Kng- district of Laurlum. Modern appoint- i . 1 1 n 1 1 1 ii riMMrnriAi crwnni lsn Kra' an(1 b,ue rse In domestic ments with steam heat and bath. Bpe LAUK1UM cMMiatuiAi. tt,MUUi. fl nJ ,mpor,Pll fabricg. pairing, clean- cial rates for regular boarders. Fourth I'hone rlf.-I ng aI1( pressing-. K. K. Neeb, 3rd St. and Ilecla Sts. Mrs. T. Schrlebcr. Prop. i 1 COLLINS & WAGNER LIVERY. GOURD BROS. MEATS. PENINSULA HEATING A. We are here to please you and are Laurlum's largest cash meat dealets. PLB. CO. very desirous of proving to you the All meats, fish and game in season. Let us figure on a heating plant for merits of our service'. Horses and ve- Our name means good meats of high your home Now is the time to have hides furnished for nil occasions, quality. Satisfaction will bo given on i. .,, ... .. , "ii tome, ah ork guaranteed. I'hone &13. all orders, large or small. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. HOSKING ELECTRIC CO., REYNOLD'S MEATS. largest an.l most complete stock or Ion't roast over the hot stove when 0,,r nicats are the best that are ob plumbing and 711:11111? good in Iuur- you can do your Ironing with a new talnabh. All are government Inspect ion. Special attention given to re- AMERICAN BEAUTY IRON. We arc nn' have our personal guarantee of pairing, nisei a full line of general ngents for it. Call and see them before freshness. Service prompt- Phona hdwe., paints, oils, builders' supplies, buying. U2. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS. HAIRDRESSING el SHAMPOOING. Our sort drinks are purr, healthful Hrlng us your combings. We will M P ConfYCiflr 11110 nnd Invigorating. Made ty modern make them into switches. Tarlors for III Ll udllKulull UllllUl sanitary machinery, enabling us to electrical facial massage, manicuring eiuote special to parties and vntcrtaln- and chiropody. McLaughlin & Kelly, LlUrilim MlCl) ments. I'hone 241. over Faucctt & Ouck's office. ' CHICAGO DECORATING CO. JOHNSON MILLINER. SAXBY & McDONALD SALE STABLE Artistic Interior decorating In most Hecla street. Dealers In delivery, draft and drlv- moelcrn style. Paper hanging, tinting A large election of the season's lat- nT horses, will get you any kind you hardwood finishing. Picture framing, est creation In millinery Is being ells- vnnt. All kinds of feed delivered plate Moulding, mil rots re silvered, fur- played, along with stunning models I'romptly if you will phone us No. C09. nltureri finished. F. Pcntzold. Phone 387. from our own workrooms. Open night or day. CENTRAL HOTEL. MACLEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. M. W. SESFERT Located on Oseeol.i street, near First class livery and prompt cab Manufacturer of Han Patch. Feifert's Fourth, one block from the ears. Spe- perviee day or nkht. Hacks furnished it ,. n.,..o ,, 1 . ,, , .... . , 11 nn.is nntl Puckles. All goods guar fl.il rates by the week or month. We for funerals nnd etc. P.aggage hauled have steam heat, hot and cdj water to nnd from trains. Special attention to nnto, I'hone 297 IL For sale by all and free baths. L.L.l)istcl. Plioi.e 20.7-J. boarders. Malcolm MacLeod, llione Ka. nst diss dealers. CONFECTIONERY & FRUITS. NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. 8WYKERT THE GROCER. " A nice line of candles, fruits, earned Six regulation billiard and pool ta- nitributor for Carpenter Baklns; geiods and tho standard brands of Ides that are kept In good condition, cigars nnd cigarettes. We mannfae- with good lights and courteous attcn- f V" (',,,r',cl," Milwaukee. Their Hire Ice cream. Wholesale or re tail or- tlon. leading brands cigars and cigar- rottaKe bread Is the Ideal toasting ders. Mb In Mnl Vt Dcrtasso. Phone 619L. ettes. Agts for Markham's box candles, bread. Their angel food cake "tastes WEDDING INVITATIONS NIELSON THE GROCER. THE THISTLE BAKERY. CALLING CARDS We try to supply our customers ev- We make a specialty f home mado ANNOUNCEMENTS cry wish and want by cnrrylng n fresh tread nnd cakr Jot ur ibreu-d for PRINTED OR ENGRAVEO Un of fine groceries. Our quality Is sandwiches. I'imn. hi for the flne.t AT h!f;h. our prices low. Phone 417J Scotch taking. John Dunlois 427 Hec- THE CALUMET NEWS. S 16. Osceola L la St., Laurlum. CLOSE THE DEAL A few minutes saved in a business deal may mean a big profit USE THE BELL Long distance service. The lines reach everywhere. NOTHING So quick as the and you know immediately. all are Invited to enjoy a supper. Near ly every night in this manner she holds a sort of fete, lau;;liing. bandy ing, wit, and coining back slowly to her I'd Teetly ,conio!-ed mid noimal seir." RULING AFFECTS BACGAGE. Dimensions Must Bt Considered As Wall As Weight. Whin you )" traveling this summer look well to the character of your bag gage, also do not be disappointed h It does not reach its destination as early i:h you do. This is In consequence of new railroad rules which took effect on May 23. Any trunk, box or pack age measuring over forty Inches In any of its dimensions becomes "excess bag gage," the same as all weighing over l.'iO pounds. 1-ieh additional Inch or fraction means a charge equivalent to ten pounds excess rate. Jleces. ex cept show hag .cage, measuring over seventy inches will be refused. Here Housewives Iron once the modern way that is with the Electric Iron. You will never be willing to return to the stove heated irons. Get one Oil trial. HOUGHTON COUNTY ELECTRIC COMPANY FURHITimEDIIDERTAKmG SCOTT 5ST. CALUMET FJICH. TELEPHONE telephone the answer after the railroads will reserve th right to forward baggage on an earlier or later train than the one on which the traveler holds a ticket. Instead of the baKuageman getting a tip, the railroads will now gt excess rates according to weight for the ttansportation of doss. SHOULD CARE FOR REFUSE. Complaints are being made of tin nuisance said to be created by several Ited Jacket candy and fruit store pro prietors. Who are alleged to be dumping refuse in the alley ways to the rear' of their placis of business. Tho- atten tion of the; officers has been called to the nuisance, and steps will be taken to stop it. There are industrial railroads In this country, most of which are operated In connection with Industrial plants and do hot accept outside busi ness, i . i NORTH 41.