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THE OALUMET NEWS. 1 FAQS FIVE. It s Easy To Do Busi-1 y y V ? ? : f y y ness With Us. Peopl. are apt to think that th.r. i. omo mystery about the Banking busi n..a and that it i. Hard to understand Bank's method, and to conform to its Rules, but its not so at y x I It X i X First National Bank OF CALUMET I x i THE HOUSEHOLD 8 WITH THE RICH. CHOCOLATE FLAVOR. Dishes Made For Those Who Are Fond of This - Food. The flavor of chocolate and ennui is delicious anil very will liked by most pe-ople, when the finest uali lit-M arc used and Just enough Id give a daintily refined Ihivor. Renumber that chocolate Is a very rich as well as most nourishing fund and when the llavor of the eoneoetloii is too dense, too pronounced, for delicate tastes, it is apt U create a distaste in the mind for chocolate dishes. "When used ehlelly fur the llavor, use chocolate sparingly. Cociw being a more deli cate preparation. 1 more generally liked as a beverage than chocolate. I'hocolate Mold Mix four table fpoenfuls tf cornstarch with a third of a cup of sugar and pinch of salt. Add to a pint of scalded milk and cook In double boiler until you have a thick custard about L'O minutes Mb ring constantly. Remove from the lire and let it cool a little, than fold in lightly the whites of three eggs beaten to a stiff white foam. Divide into two portions and put into one portion three ounces of grated choco late mixed with two table-spoonfuls of granulated sugar and dissolved over hot water, last do this before adding tia; whites of the, eggs and while the custard is still hot. Wet molds will) cold watir and decorate with red rasp berries or cherries; put in a layer of the white custard then a layer of the chocolate; then another layer of the white with the fruit showing when the mold Is turned out. Fill molds in this manner. The chocolate part tdmuld be flavored with vanilla; and chopped nuts may be used instead of the fruit. When cold and firm turn out and garnish witli whipped cream and more berries. Chocolate Peanut .Sandwiches Dis- You may have tasted Brers of many names, but one sip of our apdrldinv Rheingold with its rich creamy foam, will convince you of its goodness . Sold in Pints and Quarts BY AU DIALERS Scheuermann Brewery Telephones in All Copper Country Towns GROWN Z3 THEATER The Artist and the Model j4 t y y X T y X ... I V 3 solve four ounces of grated chocolate over hot water with three tablesi n- fuls of granulated sugar and mix thor oughly with a small Jar of peanut but ter; adding a little cream if paste Is too dry. Spread on thin slices of slightly buttered bread, or lour ginger bread sliced thin and even and lightly buttered. Chocolate Cream 1'ut three cups of milk on to scald In a double boiler. Put a cup of gnmulated sugar In a clean saucepan and stir until It melts and colors a Ridden brown; then add to the scalded milk ami stir until blended. Tour gradually on to four eggs slightly beaten. Add a pinch of salt and two squares of chocolate dis solved over hot water. Stir a few min utes, then, remove from the lire and when slightly co.d, add a tcaspoonful t vanilla. Tour into individual molds or ups, place these in a baking pan con taining hot water and put in a moder ate oven to bake for about L'O minutes or until firm. Set away to get Ice cold, until ready to urmioll and serve. Cocoa Almond Cream Soak twit ta hicspoonfiils of granulated gelatin in quarter of a cup of cold water until soft. I Scut the yolks of two eggs with half a cup of sugar mixed with half a cup of dry cocoa. Add quarter of a tcaspoonful of salt. Add two cups of thin cream or rich milk and cook over hot water until it begins to thicken; then stir in the gelatin and when dis solved take from the fire and cool slightly; then add a tcaspoonful of vn nilla and the whites of the eggs beaten to ; a stiff white froth. Rlend weTf; then fold in a inn of whipped double (ream and a cup of parched and pound ed almonds. Pour Into molds and chill thoroughly. I'nmold and serve with cream, plain or whipped. Chocolate and Raspberry Souffle Heat the whites of three eggs until stiff ami gradually add a cup of pow dered and sifted sugar ; a teaspoonful of lemon Juice, two squares of choci late incited over hot water, .unit four tablespoonsf ul of red raspberry Jam or Jelly. Continue to beat while slowly adding the ingredients. Tnko up table spoonful, dropping carefully In hot water and poaching just long enough to sit the egg white.' Then put into stemmed glasses und pour-cold choco late cream sauce over them and sprin kle lightly with browned, chopped nut meats. Serve cold. ' Cocoa Whip Soak , tw o level, lable spoonsful of granulated gelatin In n quarter cup cold water until soft. Then dissolve with a scant cup of boiling water. Add a' cup of sugar, mixed with two fa oh-spoonsful of co coa, grated rind and Juice of a lemon. Stir In the gelatin and strain the mix ture Into a bowl set in lee water. When the mixture ."begins to thicken beat with an egg whip until It froths; then add the well beaten whites of four eggs and a pinch of salt and con tinue to beat until tjie mixture will keep shape. Heap In'gbrss -dishes and pour a cold vanilla or wine sauce over it and serve. Junket With ChocolateCrush a Junket tablet fine and dissolve it a tablespoon of cold water. Scald ouart of milk In double boiler In to steaming ' point and dissolve it In a third of a cup of powdered sugar. Re move from the fire and flavor with va nilla, wine r brandy. First-class commercial printing- ex ecuted at News Job Department. GRAND TTiA Horn of IirGir.Cl.A8S VAUDEVILLE The World's Comedy Four and n feature picture The Last Drop of Water a Hluprnph drama COMI-NG MONDAY. Dorothy Lyon & Company j FAIL AND WINTER S1YUS ARE 10 BE CONSERVATIVE BROWNS, TANS AND GRAYS WILL BE POPULAR FOR MEN. Shapes in Man's Clothes to Bo Athletic Than at Present. Less Clothing merchants who have re turned from their purchasing trips bring back the glad tidings thut styles for the fall and winter 1911-191:! are to be conservative, and without radi cal changes from those now In vogue. Patterns in men's clothes will be sub dued effects in browns, tans and grays, and women's clothes, though made of rich, heavy materials, will be of bright colored stuffs, richly faced with har monious linings. Tlie shapes in men's suits will be Icsb artistic, and the close cut stjlcs, copied from the European models, will be followed. The trousers will be narrower, without pegs, and the coats will be almost entirely without padding. They will be three buttoned, principally, and with high set lapels. Tlie coats will be slightly fitted, the lines drawing in sufficiently to add grace to the garments. The shapes in women's garments will be practically what they are now. the cuiveless figure and narrow skirt being the rule. The principal feature in long coats will be the use of heavy, doubled faced materials. Unusually handsome color combinations are displayed to advance buers. Tlie reverse side is often of some bright color, so as to form the trimming. Large collars will be an important feature of the new coat.- A distinctly new creation Is a coat of heavy double-faced material to be worn cither side out, thus giving the wearer two coats in one. Cheviots, heavy serges, broadcloths and plushes will be popular as materials. The new kimon.l sleeves will be generally seen, but the regulation coat sleeves will still be stylish. The cuffs will be large, and trimmed, or faced, with the same niuterlal used In the lining, or reverse side. The suit coats are cut so as to give long silhouette effect, much the name as last season, but the introduc tion of new and attractive fabrics gives the lines an entirely different appear ance. The Jackets will be straight cut, measuring twenty-eight to thirty in ches In length. Men's overcoats will be made in bright colors this winter. The materi als will be mostly the heavy rough effects. They will have belts that go either half way around, or entirely around, according to the choice of the wearer. The convertible collars, so popular for the past two seasons, will still be worn. In general stjle, they will be long and loose, hanging In folds around the wearer. Rlack coats, with the velvet collars, will be worn among men who make u point of dressing con servatively. In hats, the prevalent stjles will be the low-crown black derbies, with the modish wide brim, and heavy ribbon. Rough-finish soft hats, in browns, tans and gras will be worn, and tlie soft velour hats, which came Instate last winter, will still be correct. The caps will be of rough-finished, heavy mater ials, made up in large, gaudy patterns, and a long, prominent vizor will give1 them a "jaunty effect. A new style, lately introduced in the aviator's cap, tlie stlcs of which are various. Men's shoes will be much the same in style as those worn during the past season, except that they will be more moderate in cut, and the toes will be lower. The tendency is to adopt low heels, but there are no extremes In any particular. Ladies' shoes will follow the men's In style, and for both ladles' and nun's winter wear, water-proofed leathers are considered stylish. Tan leather will b,e as popular as It was last J ear, and as stylish as ever. RECLAIMED GULF LAND. Louisiana Added Millions of Acres to Agricultural Fields. Reclaiming a desert Is a task set for itself by the United States govern ment In the arid west. Reclaiming an ocean and converting it into lands as rich as any In the world Is a task set and being accomplished by the people of Louisiana, at their own expense. Tills, in a brief way, expresses what is being done in Louisiana In the -ray of reclaiming millions of acres of wet prairie land along the guif mast arid extending 150 miles inland, traversed by innumerable waterways. Years ago this land was the ocean's bed. Today it is the deep,-rich soil of the delta, and modern science has made It as dry, safe and usable as the nralrlc lands of the middle west. It is estimated that th.'ic arc 9,000,- ono acres of marsh lands in Loulsi- ina which may be reclaimed and cul- PSCNSC AND DANCE C. & H. Park BY St. Joan Baptiste SOCIETY SATURDAY, AUG. 26th EVERYBODY WELCOME Refreshments served at Park. Admission Free ODDITIES IN THE DAY'S EVENTS i Policemen on Rollers. Folic) men of Los Angeles are to bo equipped with roller skates. It Is be lieved they will give greater speed on the pavements and prevent oillccrs from sleeping standing up. Life Saved by Strap. A 10-year-old boy, who did not give his name, saved Joseph F.nglc of New York from bleeding to death by mak ing a tourniquet of his roller skate strap, buckling it about Uncle's urm. Rich, but Not Hippy. With $10,000 a year to spend and sixteen automobiles, Kthel Thayer I'.ryan, is suing Louis Rrynn of (lary, Ind., multimillionaire, for divorce. "I could be happy If he were poor." she said. Some Sturgeon, This. AVith two long pike poles a sturgeon weighing 406 pounds was captured in the Harlem river near New York. Roys in swimming thought It was a shark and Bcampcrcd ashore to spread the alarm. 94, But Works Hard. Abraham Teachout. a wealthy manu facturer of Cleveland, who has Just celebrated his ninety-fourth birthday, puts In six days at work each week, lie sas a man in good health at tiO commits a wrong If he retires from ac tive work. "A man of 60 who has good health Is In his prime," said Mr. Teachout. "In such eventful times such a man would bo dodging responsibility if he refused to give the world the active benefit of his experience and conclu sions. Boxing Disrupts Church, Discission In the Unity Methodist Kplscopul church of Indianapolis fol lowed the announcement that a com mittee of the membership had sought and obtained permission from the sup erintendent of police to stage boxing as a part of a church carnival. "I protested as soon as I hearel of the affair," said Rev. L. T. Hardin, the pastor. "I stand for the purest re ligious principle1!! ami don't approve of prize lighting. I will not accept any proceeds from that atti ai ti-m as salary. I understand it is plumed to apply the proceeds to other church debts." 'Will you tender your resignation?" was asked. "I v ill consider that," was Rev. Mr. Hardin's re-ply. Rev. Joseph A. Swift, former pastor of the church, also denounced the plan and said he and some of his friends in the congregation had determined to ask the Methodist Ministers' association to place the responsibility for promoting the boxing contests. Sell Postcards for Breed. Scores of American ivIlo'Te students ale selling postcards In the streets of Paris and performing other humble tasks In the big cities of Kurope, to get a few cents a day with which to buy soup until their families cable them funds, ac-conling to five young men who are In Roston today, after beating their w:iy back freni Europe ::a cattlenu n. The five are Joseph Nichols. J. J. Murphy and C. A. Kck bardt of tlie University of Pennsyl vania, (Rimer Siler of Trinity college, North Carolina.' and J. A. Sniythe of St. Ignatius eollege, California. They deed ire that the exodus of col lege studi nts to Kurope was unusual ly large this summer, and that a large proportion of those wln went obroad are now stranded in various foreign cities. There are scores of students who will be absent when the rolls are calle-d this fall in American colleges." said Slier. "We found a number of them in Paris, willing to do almost anything In order to earn a few e-ents. There are more in London, Rotterdam, Ant werp and in the cities along the Rhine. Many of them are living on charity while waiting to hear from friends or relatives on this side." tivated and which will add more than $ i.'iO.OOO.OnO to the annual agricultural wealth of the state. Th's It Is estimat ed lias an annual earning capacity of ISO per acre, which is far below the prese nt earnings of . the cultivated areas of southern Louisiana. The movement for reclamation began in a small way ten or twelve ye-ars ago, but only within the last two years has It attracted national attention and today the drainage and reclamation scheme In this state is comparable only with the work accomplished by Holland in the past. New Orleans Cor. Dallas News, 3 Star Theatre "The Home of rhotoplay." "THE NEW HOUSE." 1. "THE CORONATION OF KING GEORGE." This picture is the original, showing the beautiful parade and the King's i Carriage. 2. JUST rOK HER. A beau- f. tlful ptory showing the noble U S'lCriMH" "1 " JOUIIg IOHII IIII lilt woman he loved. 3. "THE FAKIRS NEW SERVANT" Comedy 30 laughs a minute for 20 minutes. 4. ONE FINE WESTERN FEATURE. 5. ROBERT DE ROYELLES, Veoallit. LOWER MICHIGAN FARMER IS IMPRESSED WITH HIE II. P. DECLARES THAT CORN CAN BE SUCCESSFULLY RAISED HERE. Says Methods Used in Lower Part of , State ar the Dest. A lower peninsula farmer who has been visiting in this district is strong In his belief that the farmers of the upper peninsula always can success fully raise corn if prope r methods are pursued, "The thing that most impressed me was the Immense- fields ef sowed corn evidently intended only for use us fod der," said the visitor, '"From my know ledge of corn raising I am convinced that If the farmers here would follow the same methods as we, who raise great quantities of corn In the lower peninsula, the results would be equally as satisfactory. Sowed eorn, be-cause it stands thick on the ground, canned develop ears uiul on the whole is not a satisfaetory winter feed for stock. If the farme rs would plant their corn In hills and places not to exceed three kernels in a hill they would llnd that they could raise corn that really Is corn. I have noticed that even where farmers have planted their corn in hills they have used too much seed, for to exceed three stalks of cejrn can not mature In a single hill. "Scarcely any tine here, apparently, uses silos, which In tho older districts have been found to provide the best winter feed for stock of all kinds. I would Judge that corn properly planted here so that it may c;? out and then cut and reduced to ensilage would f illy solve the fee-d problem, for It is prac tically certain that it would reae-h a sufficiently advanced stage before frost to make a great silo filler. If the far mers of this district would put one half the land they now have In sowed ceirn to corn properly planted they would be provided with winter feed in far greater quantities and far better quality than at present." CALUMET THEATER Sunday Evening, Aug. 27th GRAND ATHLETIC PER FORMANCE First appearance in America. PETER ZEBITS Samson the II. 20 of the World's (Ireatest Keats. $2,000 to anyone who can surpass Zeldts. The Ryan Livery's two strong horses will attempt to pull apart Mr. Ztblts folded arms Sunday evening at K:ir. ADMISSION DOc, 75c, $1.00. lAURiUfVS FALL GOODS Now on Exhibition AT Bawdens' Store Laurium Music School 120 Lake Linden Ave., PROF. AUG. ESPEL. MISS ELEONORA ESPEL. Your Name Beautifully Written on six calling cards, if you will send us (he names of two -oung people who are talking of atteiding V- business si'liool. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. Livery, feed and board'ng stable. Day and night service. Finest' turn outs in town for all occasions. Phon o43. Collins & Wagner. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. Largest and most complete stock ot plumbing and heating goods in Laur ium. Special attention given to re pairing, also a full lino of general hdwe., pa-ints, oils, builders' supplies. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS. Our nv-ft drirks are pure, healthfu. and invigorating. Made by modern sanitary machinery, enabling us to quote special to parties and entertain ments. Phone 241. CHICAGO DECORATING CO. Artistic Interior decorating in moet modern stylo. Taper har.glng. tlntln hardwood finishing. Tlcturo framing, plate moulding, mirrors rcsllvered, fur niture refinlshed. P. Pentiold. Thone 387. CENTRAL HOTEL; Osceola Street, Laurium. Special rates by week or month. Special nttcntlon to transclent traJe. is. L. Distcl, llione 267-1 CONFECTIONERY A FRUITS. A nice line of candles, fruits, earned goods, nnd the standard brands of cigars and cigarettes. We manufac ture Ico cream. Wholesale? or retail or ders. Mlohellnl A Rertasso. Thone I18L, WEDDINQ INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS ANNOUNCEMENTS PRINTED OR ENGRAVED AT THE CALUMET NEWS. j: CALUMET THEATER Matinee and Nl&ht SATURDAY, Special Bargain 1 RETURN OF MERRY MUSiGTIL f ? ? ? ? ? y ? ? WITH THE EVER POPULAR COMEDIAN LYRICS and MUSIC by DIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER A rhMrfut. Camie.l. Tun.ful. F.nta.y, Founded on th. Old yt Dear Y MOTHER GOOSE FABLES j Always a Delight to the Young Folk and the Grown Ups. 19 NEW GORGEOUS SCENES, 4V ULtvti-t oinuic.no ana urw f ERS, 21 NEW SONG HITS end A CHORUS of BEAUTY and CHARM. J rum uoiidc AWt-l ftNF.HALF OF FUN AND FROLIC. V i ..www V SIXTY MILKS A t Nicht prices: Parquet and two f Pa. 7:. A i n. iiru. ,,. r..uu parquci nun, i."v, n.r.. ..." cts.; balcony circle, r.O cts. and . i t - i,v., - ij, aiaunce price's. wnvi JL SEATS READY A WINDOW-WASHING HINT. Io not put soap Into the water wita which windows are to be washed. A little borax or household ammonia may be added. I'se very little water. Wipe off the window-easing with a dry cloth and rub it over the glass as well before you begin to wadi. T.ils removes the du.-t which would other wise streak the pane. The cloth should be well wrung out before it Is applied to the glass and this H.muM be rub bed dry at once?. A small quantity of kerosene added to the water give-s polish to the glass and in winter little alcohol in the water keeps it from freezing on the pane, old news papers rubbed :-oft In the hands are admirable for giving the glass a final pollsii. .THE OLS01 ESmTE SCOTT ST. CALUMET MICH. TELEPHONE BUSINESS DIRECTORY AUTOS TO RENT. Ry day or hour. Reasonable Rates. DUPONT GARAGE, phone C30-J. EGGEN & HOYEM. A clean bakeshop, equipped with modern machinery, is the basis of our success. We Epoeiullze in wedding cakes at this time of the year. Let us trim tho bride's cake. Phone B23. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. Fall samples of suitings have ar rived. Come in and inspect them. La dles' tailor made suits to order. Re pairing, Cleaning, Pressing. Vs. K. Neeb, 3rd St GOURD BROS. MEATS. Laurium's largest cash meat dcalcis. All meats, fish and game in season. Our name means good meats of high quality. Satisfaction will be given on all orders, large or small. HOSKING ELECTRIC CO Don't roast over the hot stove when you can do your ironing with a new AMERICAN BEAUTY IRON. Wo are agents for it Call and ece them before buying. HAIRDRESSING & SHAMPOOING. Rrlng us your combings. We will make them Into switches. Parlors for electrical facial massage, manicuring and chiropody. McLaughlin & Kelly, over Faucctt & Guck's office. JOHNSON MILLINER. . Hecla street. A large selection of tho season's lat est creation In millinery is being dis played, along wth stunning models from our own workrooms. MACLEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. First class livery and prompt cab service day or night. Hacks furnlshenl for funerals and etc. Raggage hauled to and from trains. Special attention to boarders. Malcolm MacLeod. Phone 99. NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. Plx regulation billiard and pool ta bles that are kept In good condition, with good lights and eoifrteous atten tion. Ieadlng brands cigars and cigar ettes. Agt" for Markham's box candles. NIELSON THE GROCER. We try to supply our customer ev ery wish and want by carrying a fresh line of fine groceries. Our quality Is high, our prices low. rhvne 417-T 3ie, Oceol fit. AUGUST 26th i Matlncv at 2x30 CHAS. A. SELLON'S BXTR7VG'ANZ7 A y y y y t y y V HAROY B. WATSON AS THE CARE FREE "HAPPY." CARLE TON LEE COLBY v A MINUTK. V : rows irfirquet circle, Jl.; balance T i,f hileonv. $1.00: balance balcony, V ... . , gallery 1c cts. - . tc . ..ii,.,,tiv r.O cts.. eallerv 23 cts. . WEDNESDAY, 8 a. m. BENT BY THE SUN. The towering Washington monument, solid as it is, cannot resist the heat eif the sun, poured on its southern side on a midsummer'-: day. without a slight bending eif the gigantic shaft which is rendered perceptible by means of a copper wire, 174 feet long, hanging in the center of tlie structure, and carry ing a plummet suspended In a vessel of water. At noon in simm er the apex of the monument, 5."0 feet above; the ground, is shifted, by expansion of the stone, a few hundredths of an Inch te ward the north. High winds cause perceptible motions of the plummet, and in still weather delicate vibrations of the crust of the earth, otherwise unperce-ived, are registered by it. Sci entific American. NORTH 41. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Insurance is a good sound business propo' and a man cannot do bet ter in taking a life insurance policy with tho Detroit Life Insurance Co. First Nat. Rank Rldg., Laurium. PAULL'S CASH MEAT IvmrrAET. Choicest cuts of fresh and salt meats. Staple and fancy gnceries, milk, but ter and eggs. Special discounts for cash. First class sausage vf all kinds. Thos. Raull. Thone 126. PENINSULA HEATING & PLB. CO. Let us figure on a heating plant for your home. Now is the tlmo to have it done. All -Aork guaranteed. REYNOLD'S MEATS. Our meats are tho best that are ob tainable. All are government Inspect ed and have our personal guarantee of freshness. Service prompt Thotie 102. H. E. Salter, D.D.S. Laurium, Mich. Heavy stallion for breeding pur posts ' saxby &. Mcdonald. 6MOKERS--U is up to you when you pay 10 cents for a cigar whether you get stung with a poor one or not. The Dan Patch and Seifert's Havanas are cigars with a reputation lor equal ity. Just received Complete line Franco American Soupes. JOSEPH SWYKERT. 1st Street. Phone 436. All orders promptly delivered. . THE THI8TLE BAKERY. We. mke A specialty of home mado bread, and cakes. Oct our breo3 lor landwlchca. Phono 141 for tho finest Ucotch baking. John Dunlop, 427 IIeo U at. LAuiium. Just In Carload of Draught and Driving Horses, Saxby & McDonald Stable, Lake Linden Ave., Laurium.