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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27,
THE CALUMET NEWfl. FACE FIVE.,:,:. It's Easy To Do Busi- J xaoo vviin us. Pop art apt to think that th,r. 1. oma mystery .bout th. Banking busi nau and that it ia Hard to understand Bank's methods and to conform to its Rules, but its not to at First National Bank v OF CALUMET THE HOUSEHOLD HOME HELPS. If you have n vim-war at hand to put in the water in which a tough t hickcn Is boiled, try a teaspoonful of pure alcohol Instead. , Finger marks disappear from var nished furniture if sweet oil is rubbed on tlio spot and from oiled wood when parallln is used in the aine way. Never iron silk with a hot Iron or on the right side. It is better In fact,' not to press dlreetly on the silk, but to cover with a slightly dampened eloth. Fish that la to be fried should be ordered to be sent early, as it conks linieh better if previously rolled some time in a clean cloth to Insure perfect dryness. Never allow silver to stand over night without washing. If impossible to "do tlio dishes" take enough time to wash the sliver In wartn water, wipe it dry and put It away carefully. Instead, of - meat, the housekeeper will find the use of cheese, macaroni arid tomatoes at one meal an excel lent combination. If you wish to draw down the blind, yet have the window open, It is a good plan t have a screw eye In each end of 4h curtain which can be fas tened to the hooks at each end of the window sill. Unless the wind is blow ing1 very strongly, this will prevent the disagreeable sound of it.. Happing, yet will admit plenty of fresh air. Classified ads bring results. P ALUMET THEATER JL ONE NIGHT Monday, Oct. 2 I WM. K. SPARKS. present In Paul Hester's Dramatic Version of Charles Major's Romance of Chivalry When Knighthood Was In Flower j Complete Scenic Production. Excellent Supporting Cast of 20 Players. PRICES. P.'irciuctte and two rows P. Circle. $1.50 Palanee Parq. Circle l.w Ralcony "3 Palcony Circle 'r,() (Jallery -5 P.ox Seats 1-50 Seat sale opens Saturday. fru R fl lilf IN lyJ'TTTT' A TP.T? U VI Special Attraction KITTIE STEVENS CHARACTER DANCER making seven lightning changes Happy Jack Lancaster COONOLOGIST Tho negro portrayed true to Life. Somo nigger. ' 3000 FEET FEATURE FILM Miss Anna Day Van mm I Special "THE FOREMAN' I I z I z i z y y y y z z z 2 VHITE CINGER BISCUIT. Mix thoroughly ori( cup of butter two cups of granulated sunr, one of Hour cream, one teaspoon of soda dig solved in a teaspoon of warm water, three beaten eggs, one tablespoon of ginger, juice and grated rind of an orange. Hour to roll soft. Cut into biscuits and bake. Just la fore taking from the oven wash over with whit cf an egg. Serve cold with ginger, lee i ream or sherbet. LEMON COOKIES. One quart of flour, one pint of sugar one eup of butter, grated rind and Juice of one lemon, four eggs, leaving out the white of one, three teaspoonfuls of baking powder, enough Hour to roll out. After cookies are cut wash the tops with the while of eg;; well beaten, and sprinkle sugar over them Hake a light brown ALMOND CAKES. Heat to a cream one-quarter of a pound of fresh butter, one-half pound white sugar. Add a beaten egg yolk one-third teaspoon sotla, dissolved in half a pint of sour cream, one tea spoon almond extract. Flour to roll thin. Cut Into shapes. Into center of li press a blanched almond, dust with granulated sugar, bake in slow oven. CALUMET THEATRE Thursday Sept. 28 DANIEL V. ARTHUR PRESENTS America's Foremost Prima Donna, Grace in the Parisian comic opera bouffe, i'The Paradise of Mahomet" lleautiful tllrla. Sublime music. Diverting Comedy. A crowded house Is certain. Get your tickets curly. PRICES. parquetto and two rows Parq. Circle J2.00 Ralance Parquctte Circle 1.50 palcony 1-c0 Palcony Circle '75 Gallery &0 Pox Scats 2-w SEAT SALE AT FORSTERS TUES DAY 8 A.M. tho homo of high class vaudeville whore everybody goes Linney-Griffin-Emmert In a comedy playlet Tangled Tales New Pictures Today Featuring "A NEW YORK COWBOY" a side splitting comedy drama of the Wc?t. ...Coming Thursday.,. ABBOTT & ABBOTT comedy, Paging, dncing. talking. MAI a ii -,, LODGE NEWS L OF C. TO HOLD BIG CEREMONIAL SECOND AND THIRD DEGREES TO BE CONFERRED BY MENOM INEE AND DULUTH TEAMS OCT. 8. Plans for the big ceremonial session under the auspices of Calumet Coun II, Knights of Columbus, were com 'leted at a meeting of the generul ommlttee lust evening. The second and third degree will be conferred on fifty candidates Sunday Oct. 8, the Ued Jacket town ball having been engaged for the degree work, which will be In charge of the Menominee and Du iuth teams, and the Italian hall for a big banquet, which is to follow the lodge work. It is expected that some of the most prominent members pf the order In the upper peninsula will be present for the occasion and that the other Houghton county councils will send large delegations. The Duluth team, captained by Leo Pall, a prominent attorney, has a rep utation throughout the entire country ami the Menominee third degree team captained by Joseph Lalltilau likewise has an established reputation. District Deputy John Push of Iron- wood will be present and will give a talk at the banquet, as will Mr. Pall and George Carroll of Houghton, and others. Music will be rendered by a special choir under the direction of Prof. Kspel, and plates for ubout 400 will be prepared. All of the copper "country and visit ing Knights will attend a special mass at the Sacred Heart church at 10 o'clock a. m., marching to the church in a body. The degree work will com niertce at the town hall at 1:30 o'clock ami the banquet will be served at the Italian hall at 7 o'clock. The following committees have been named to have charge of the event: General committee James W. Doyle, William F. Schenk, I'M ward P. Cud dihy, Daniel C. Harrington, John D Shea .Max J. Asselln, Prof. August Kspel. Panquet committee Daniel C. Har rington, Joseph T. Anioe, Joseph J Wcrshay, Max Generauv, Louis J Pairing. Printing committee James Holland, Uobert f. Smith, Emery Welsing Entertainment committee Edward F. Cuddihy, Chris Lowncy, Theodore Henries, Michael C. Shea. Music committee Prof. August Es- pel, Lucas Hermann, Patrick J. Iing. Hall committee William F. Schenk, I tuft Forrester, Chas. Proeco, Martin llogan. P. J. Ryan, John Hermann. Paul Tretcheler. Church committee John D. Shea, George Sloan, Ed. Sheridan. Reception committee Max J. Asse lln, Rev. nit her Zimmermann, P. J. Wlllesen, John Vertln, Ludwig Rach or, Dennis Shea. John P. Ioary, Albert It. HoltenholY, George P. Foley. Frank Distel, James V. Gaul. Iniis Thurmcs. Phil Sheridan. J. J. Pycrs, 1. II. OPricn. Calumet council Is preparing to send a large delegation to Houghton, Oct. 12. to attend the bail which has been arranged In observance, of Co lumbus day and which will be held at the Amphldrome. Special trains will be provided for the Calumet members. Silver Loving Cup is Prize. Grand Secretary of the Sons of St. George. Stephen Terrlll of Negaunee, has mailed notices to nil t.f the lodges nllillated with the grand lodge of the older in the state of Michigan, that a contest for membership will be held ngaln tills year, as last, and that a beautiful stiver loving cup will be awarded the winning lodge. The con- test Is on now and will continue until the spring. "One nnd All" lodge of Calumet. Qulncy lodge W. E. Gladstone lodge of Mohawk, Duke of Wellington lodge, Tiimounta'.a. nnd the Lake Llnd n lodge wit. nil try out for the prize. Ncgaume won the honor last season, and expects to win ngaln. but will be closely pressed by the Detroit. Iron- ANNOUNCING The First of Our SPECIAL DISPLAY DAYS on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Septem berthe 28th, 29th and30th 1911 Imported Models Authoritative Styles in Dress and Tailored Millinery MISSES Second Foor, t wood, Ishpcming und copper country lodges. Tho order is u strictly English one, its membership being conllned solely to Englishmen and their descendctits. It has made wonderful strides In the state during tho past decade, particu larly among some of the copper coun try lodges, notably Mohawk and Trl mountain. Whlla the local lodge ha not shown any material gain, It has more than held Its own, and Is one of the, strongest lodges numerically In the state. The membership contest will be watched with interest throughout the state from now on, and not until the the expiration of the period for tiie contest will interest wane. Pythian Social Session. To mark the beginning of the fall activities and to arouse the proper spi rit among the members, arrangements have been made for an informal social session and smoker to Imj conducted among the members of Laurlum lodge, No. 202, Knights of P thins, next Mon day evening. Chicken bouillon will be served and It Is planned to make, the gathering one of the most Interesting ef the entire season. All members of the order In Calumet are Invited to at tend. Laurium lodge is now one of th most active In the entire upper penin sula and Its membership h:c grown b leaps and bounds during Ho past few- years. There are several applications for membership now on file. The appointment of Dr. 1L M Sang ster to the olliee of vice chancellor, to till the vacancy made by tho reslgna tion of Nell Campbell, was made re ccntly, nnd Dr. Sangster was Installed into office last week. The loss of Mr, Campbell will be severely felt by the lodge as he was captain of the first rank degree team and an enthusiastic worker for the lodge and for the third rank team. He has left for the Cana dlan Son, where he expects to bcate New Maccabee Rates. At the meeting of the Calumet tent K. O. T. M. M. to be held tomorrow evening. A. W. Pray of the Laurlum tent, one of the delegates to the recent Maccabees convention at Port Huron will be present to explain the new- rates to the members. Tho represen tative of the Calumet tent has not yet returned, and in their anxiety to learn about the new rates, the members In vited Mr. Pray to be present and he accepted the Invitation. At the meet ing of Luirlum lodge last, week, the new rates were explained to the mem bers. It Is not expected that any of the copper country tents will sustain heavy membership losses through the adop tion of the new rates, as It Is gi nerally recognized by all who are familiar with the situation that they will be a bene fit to the order at large. Deputy James Patterson ef Marquette will visit the Houghton county tents early next month to make clear any joints with which the members are not familiar. Dokay Meet Still Pending. No definite date has been announced so far for the big ceremonial session which was to have been conducted un der the auspices of Korayb Temple, D. O. K. K. and it Is likely that the nccting will be postponed until late In the fall. Most of the members are busy w ith other matters nt present and the postponement was thought advis able. Will Givo Recital. Miss Agnes Mitchell will give her recital "The Lion and the Mouse" at the Calumet Odd iFellow's hall on Fri- Iday evening, under the auspices of the lodge. It will be an open inciting, anil the public Is Invited to be present. In her recital, Miss Mitchell Impersonates the different characters of the great play and her exceptional skill as a reader enables her to create some very be.iutiful dramatic effects. 'Miss Mit chell will be assisted by other local talent. Elks' Initial Meeting. The Initial meeting for the fall and winter season of the Calumet lodge of Elks will be held one week from this evening. It Is likely that initiatory work will be conducted and that an informal social session arranged. Ef forts will be made to make the meet ing one of the biggest of the season. K. of G. E. Very Busy. The first and second degrees will be conferred at the regular meeting of Garfield Castle, Knights of the Golden Eagle Monday evening. At the regu tar drill of Calumet Commnndury on Friday evening. It Is likely that plans will be considered for the dancing par- (Continued on rage C.) LEARY VERTIN BROS. AT THE THEATERS AT THEATER TONIGHT. "The Lion and the Mouse" One of Season's Big Events. "The Lion and the Mouse," which comes to the Calumet theater tonight, teems with politic and high finance, and strange to say several figures In tiie play, notably John Purkett Ryder, Senator Roberts, and ex-Judge Stott are but actual counterparts of tho men who have been filling the newspaper columns with the stories of their ques tionable careers. Since the remarkable work of Chas. Klein was first seen here, Incidents have occurred which makes the return of the drama a matter of psychological Interest, In view of the numerous cases against the truxta and captains of industry. Five years ago "The Lion and the Mouse" would have been failure for the simple reason that the public did not ask, "Where did be get it?" but rather "How much is be worth ?" When the plav was first produced the Insurance scandals were Just reaching the public nostrils; then camo the action against trusts and railroads and still later the Lorlmcr scandal until the public at large has discovered that many so-called leaders in high finance are little short of li ra tes. The story of "The Lion and the Mouse" is, concisely this: John Purkett Ryder, the richest man In the world, who controls the govern nient suddenly finds that the gigantic schemes are blocked by the dccl.-ions of a federal Justice, Judge Rossn ore. Ryder swears to run him, und does financially, besides making arrange ments to have him impeached in the senate. The Judge's daughter, Shirley Ross more, and Ryder's son, Jefferson, iit'ct on a trip abroad, fall in love, and re turn engaged. The girl, learning of her father's impending dishonor, de termines to save his good name. She writes a book, scoring Ryder, his ilk, and their methods, which creates a sensation Ryder sends for her, nnd is so capti vated by her wit and womanliness that he engages her to write his bio graphy, making her a member of his household. Of coure discovery Is cer tain, and terminates In a tremendous scene between these two, the lion ana the mouse. The play will be one of the big events of the local theatrical year. The master of types, Charles Klein, has gl.tn the stage as perfect a pic ture of the rattle brained girl, da..lcd with the knowledge that she can mar ry Into the nobility, In the character of Kate Roberts In "The Lion and the Mouse" us one would wish to see. TREAT FOR EYE AND EAR. The Paradise of Mahomet" Attraction Here Tomorrow Night. The Parisian comic opera bouffe, The Paradise of Mahomet," In which Miss (Jrace Van Ftuddtrorci win up- LAURiUIV! Our new Fall Dress Ootids are now being displayed. The materials are some of the finest it has been our pleasure to offer for sale. T. F law den. Comer llecla street and Lake Linden Ave. Lourium Music School 12G Lake Linden Ave.. PROF. AUG. ESPEL. MISS ELEONORA ESPEL. Your Name Beautifully Written on six calling cards, If you will fcend us the names of two young people who are talking of attending u business school. LAtlRIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. Livery, feed and board'ng etable. Dav nnd night service. Finest turn outs In town frr all occasions. Phon C43. Collins & Wagner. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. Largest and most complete stock of plumbing and heating goods In Laur lum. Special attention given to re pairing, also a full lino of general hdvve., paints, oils, builders' supplies. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WOrlKS. Our evft drinks are pure, healthful and Invigorating. Made by modern sanitary machinery, cnabl'ig ua to quote special to parties and entertain ments, rhono 41. CHICAGO DECORATING CO Artistic Interior decorating In moot modern style. Taper hanging, tinting hardwood finishing. Tlcture framing, plate moulding, mirrors resilvered.fur niturerennished. F.Tcntzold.rhone 337. CENTRAL HOTEL. Osceola Street. Laurlum. gpeclal rates by week or month. Special attention to transclent trade. L. L. Distel, Phone 267-L. CONFECTIONERY o FRUITS. A nice line of candies, fru'.ts. earned goods, and t?io aiandard branda of clgara and cigarettes. We manufac ture Ice eream. Wholesale or retail or ders. Mlchelinl & Ilertasso. Phone 19L. WEDDING iNVITATIONS CALLING CARDS ANNOUNCEMENTS PRINTED OR ENGRAVED AT THE CALUMET NEWS. CALUMET THEATER, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27th United Play Co., Inc., Presents Lyceum Theatre, New York, Success t II m f'l Vir M KV a 1 MkM 2 YEARS IN NEW YORK CITY. 1 YEAR IN CHICAGO. Interpreted b a Notable Cast A PLAY THAT MAKES YOU THINK! Modern Story. "The Great American Play of Today" says The New York City Press. Prices: Parq. and two rows Parq. Circle $1.00; Hal. P. Circle 75c; Balcony 75c; Balcony Circle 50c; Gallery 25c. Seat Sale Monday, pear at the Calumet theater tomorrow night could very luopeily he an nounced as "a treat fr the eye and ear." ManaKtr lanlci V. Arthur evi dently gave carte blanche to the eeenlc urtlsts and c-ontumers, for he has ob tained some bewilderiimly beautiful re sults in both scenes of the opera, which are laid on one of the quays at Constantinople and before the palace of a Turkish prince. Miss Van Studdi ford and a splendid company ef sink ing principals und chores supply the treat for the car by their inspirited rendition of the melodic numbers oft he brilliant French composer, Robert lianquette. "The Paradise of Maho met," comes here after a highly suc cessful engagement at the Herald Square theater. New York, last season. This willbe the llrst eiiKaement here of Miss Van Studdiford since her tri umphant appearance in "The tJolden liuttcrlly" two seasons ao. A DRAMATIC TREAT. "When Knighthood Was in Flower" Here Next Monday. A dainty bit of the Sixteenth cen tury, with all Its accompanied charm of Kccre and costume, w il be Been on the local stage when Miss Anna Day, the eminent actre.'a and her capable comnanv will nrcscnt Paul Kester's dramatisation of Charles Major's great romantic novel, 'When Knighthood AVas in Flower" at the Calumet thea ter next Monday night. All lovers of roiuantle action and loc al theater-goers w ill be delighted tit the opportunity of seeing this fine old ilriiniiL acted bv an actress of Miss BUSINESS DIRECTORY AUTOS TO RENT. Ry day or hour. Reasonable Rates. DUPONT GARAGE. Phone C30-J. What Do You Expect of Your Baker C.ood baking? Chan shop? Modern equipment? Courteous salespeople? This you may ut least expect of us If we are your bakers. Phono us your tpcdal orders. EGGEN & HOYEM. WE MAKE CLOTHES For Men and Women who appreciate tho oppor tunity of securing nioro than ordinary satisfaction at a price that Is reason able. Pressing. Repairing nnd Clean ing. E. K. NEEB, Third St., Laurlum. Go To GOURD BROS. For FRESH DRESSED POULTRY. HENS & SPRINGS." HOSKING ELECTRIC CO., Don't roast ever the hot stove when you can 3o your Ironing with a new AMERICAN BEAUTY IRON. We are agents for IL Call and see them before buying. HAIRDRESSING & SHAMPOOING, I?rlng ua your combings. Wo will make them Into twitches. Tarlore for electrical facial massage, manicuring and chiropody. McLaughlin & Kelly, OTer Fauceti A Guck's office. JOHNSON MILLINER. Hecla etreet. A large selection of the season's lat est creation 1n millinery Is being dis played, along wnh etunnlng models from out own workrooms. MACLEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. First class livery and prompt cab service day or night. Hacks furnished for funerals and etc. Raggnga hauled to and from trains. Special attention to boarders. Malcolm MacLeod. Phone 99. NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. Fix regulation billiard and pool ta blee that are kept In good condition, with gool lights and courteous atten tion. Leading brand cigars and cigar ettes. Agts for Markham'a box candle NIEL80N THE GROCER. V7e try to supply our customer ev ery wish and want jy carrying a fresh line of fine groceries. Our quality Is hiti nur trica low. Pbone 417-. 31C. Osceola 8t (1 rv 1 ML "t v si i By CHARLES KLEIN Author of "The Music Master and "The Third Degree" Day's recognized ability, assisted by u group of players who have been chosen especially for the rides they will es say. Special attention has been paid to the scenery and costumes of the Six teenth century period. One sixty-foot car Is necessary ior the transporta tion of the scenery. The production is worthy of a pack ed house, and doubtless local theater goers will avail themselves' of seeing the dramatic treat of the season. 'UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.' Will Be the Attraction at the Theater Friday Night. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be seen at the Calumet theater Friday night. The theaters where the offering has been made aro said to have been crowded at every performance and no reasonable doubt remains that the business of tho season will reach a figure that will as tonish the dramatic world. For a play holding the stage over fifty years within which period not a single sea son has elapsed during which It was entirely absent from the theater, Un cle Tom's .Cubln still exhibits wonder ful vitality. Scorned, ridiculed and re jected by the elect in the more Im portant tluuters a few jears ago. it i now crscoiicid in the very homes of art and thousands are weeping and laughing over Us various Incidents nightly.' Jewish immigrants are steadily l!w inj? into Palestine, and In their nne ient capital, Jerusalem, there are now no fewer than 6l,0l0 Jews. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Insurance It a good sound business propol"' and a man cannot do bet ter In taking a life Insurance policy with tho Detroit Life Insurance Co. First Nat. Bank Bldg., Laurlum. PAULL'S CASH MEAT MtmET. Choicest cuts of fresh and salt meats. Staple and fancy groceries, milk, but ter and eggs. Special discounts for cash. First class sausage of all kinds. Thou. Paull. Phone 128. PENINSULA HEATING & PLB. CO. Let us figure on a heating plant for your home. Now Is the time to have It done. All work guaranteed. REYNOLD'S MEATS. Our meats are the best that are ob tainable. All are government inspect ed and have our personal guarantee of freshness. Service prompL Phone 103. H. E. Sangster, D.D.S. Laurium, Mich. Just In Carload of Draught ana Driving Horses. Saxby & McDonald Stable, Lake Linden Ave., Laurium. When you want a good cigar, one that can really make you understand why Havana tobacco has made such a name iir iistn, iry u cm ."- made by Seifert. Laurlum. FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES RECEIVED EVERY DAY. USE YOUR PHONE. JOSEPH SWYKERT, , 1ST STREET. PHONE 436. THE THISTLE BAKERY. We make ft specialty of home male bread and cake. Get our bread lor landwlches. Phone 141 for the Hnet Bcoteh baking. John Dunlop, 427 Heo La U.. Laurium. No Evening ia Complete Without The Calumet Newe.