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WEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGS FIVE i What References 1 Can You Give ? 9 IS A QUESTION ASKED EVERY DAY BOTH AT HOME AND ABROAD. IF YOU ARE ONE OF OUR DEPOSITORS JUST SAY: First National Bank OF CALUMET : 9 .5. V YOU DON'T HAVE TO DO OR SAY ANYTHING ELSE. YOUR CREDIT AND CHARACTER CAN BE ESTABLISHED IN A FEW MOMENTS IN ANY TOWN IN AMERICA. THERE IS MAGIC IN THE NAME: i Y ? ft First National Bank ft N EWS the ox I. O. O. F. Favors Detroit. Detroit fr r.'U is the slogan of the delegate! to the slaty-seroath annual convention of the Michigan Odd Fel loe's end seventeenth' annuel aaeem- hly of lloliokahs .it Saginaw. There are eleven Etebekah and ten li i-vi-low lodgea in Detroit, and every one of the delegate! to the state conven tion are out for the ItlJ toethlg. which eeorni osrtala to m to timt city, Tins is the largest convention ii id at Saulnmv this year. Th irt y -1 hree thousand indies ami 10,001 odd HM low i ace repreeeertedi Right yean age the convention was held here and since then iT.oee members have been added to the roiisi of Hie i i Fellows and the Rebeknfta correspondingly. According to tin- secretary's figures, there are t mi Itehekah lodges, r.fi.1 t i.l.l l-V-llow lodges in Mil iilKan, whleji gives a del egate re presentation of 1,100, glaally :: "tin olKe members arc pie-ant. The grand lodge ami past official degrees wore conferred Charles i nanschots of itaglnaw la grand naae- 'r ami Hattle Ja Ksi ti of Detroit is I resilient of the grand assembly. Among other things the annual re port of crami Mooter Qanachow ree Miiuneiiiln thai a state 4 1 1 Fellows' temple be bttfH and thai a era! tins room lie stablished in the bid h'el lows home. Mis report shows a gain in membership of :t.!Hi from January I i i July i. the largest for six months in the history of the organization. Theft are now lottos members in the tate. Ths organ laat ton was aOves In better llnnnctnl condition nmi .t.oHfi.rii' eras raised lor the ii iviiow suffer ers in the An Sable ami iseoila tires, ami to raise a mortgage. Six lodges were homed oat during this yriir, Mr ei inordinate lodges Instituted eight tjonoollitatod. nhaa flehehsh lodges instituted, six resuscitated ami 7" dispensations srere rrantadi Masonic Activities. 'rii- arioiis Masoiiio bra fTrties of Calomel are erell repreaented at the rcremonlegJheld at Houghton today in We Are Specialists IN BREWING GOOD BEER. YOU WILL ENJOY EVERY DROP OF Bosch's Ueer. It will refresh you and drive away your thirst. ORDER A CASE TODAY. BOSCH BREWING COMPANY Telephones in all Copper Country Town. Crown theater" THIS WEEK ALL STAR BILL Helen Lindner Mullet Comedienne Rogers & St. Claire FlrM lesnon on ideates. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES connection adifc Uto iui gtlpn of the in" Monohte Temple, although then are not nreeen sojnurats hndanij As the ceremonies are almost all iii charge Of the Mine Lodge 1 1 1 . numbers of Cat i ii'- t I'dgc, - A. M. and Keweenaw Lodge, F. A. M. Hie most deeply in terested, it is expeeted however that Cahtoaat win send a hi 'fn legation to the dancing part) to he held IMS even ing. Next Tuesday. October :i, the full class of (he Ancient Accepted Scottish tit.-. v.a n. af Grand Rapids, win meet iii the MaOPtttc lemtde of that cil.v and will be ill BeSOlou for time days, dur ing which time elaas of more than r.o members win tie raised to the t )iirt -second degree of Ifnaonry. The three-da) session promises to he One Bf the big events Of the year in Masonic circles, both because the class will in all probability he tie- UMfN i st ever received) ami penalise tor the llrht time i:i the history of Masonry in iraml Rapids, the twenty -tilth de- grec. Knight of the Brnnen Serpent, will he conferred, Tii.' tali meeting of the Iflehlgaa Sovereign Consietory is now in prog ress at Detroit havlna onened efoa dnr. There is every probability that in i In- reT) near future, in fait before the next meeting oi the Consistory in i ii nil it w ill In made a rule thai in attehigaa a Maeoa must nave h oi the ( 'ommandei y or York Kite derives a:: Wi ii as the Scottish or Consistory worh before he will be eligible to the Shrine. Polish National Convention. Anthony i ;iowc.ew ski, of Detroit, commlaeloner of the state f Mtcbtgnh for 111,, polish National alliance, wa.f successful in Swinging the vote of tile aaaentalad delegates at st. Lenia ami I'htaining the next conventioii. to meal in ttll, for Detroit, There was keen competition for this honor, as South BOnd, lnd.. ptttabutgfa. Pa.. Little RoOB, Ark., and BdetOSt; Mass.. wi re all de- Miroua of having .the nest nattonnl mei ting ami the laoiahle vote for Kctroit can n the Second ballot, so the Detrottors are mote than asileflsd with their eltorts. Mr. OloWCSewakJ wa also re-elected cuimi Miloner for the state, whose dul it is to keep in touch with all the branches of the ai I lance in Michigan ami semi written reports oi the work gains done to the general headquarters in Chicago, The Polish National Alliance is the largest ami one oi tin- most Influential polish octettes established in this country. There are branches in every Polish communlt) ami the work of tin organ Inatloa is along patriotic, adtt cational ami .social lines. it has a scholarship fund for deserving stu dents, conducts one of the leading P"P lah papers in the oouhtry, and is a strong force in keeping alive the na tionalistic sentiment nntohg the Poles in this laud. Calumet M.in Honored. At the grand convention of the Slo venian Union, K. S. K. .1.. held last s ash it .loiiet. in., Paul gehueUi r of this cits- ssas honored by being eh "led pi. sident of the union tor Hie coming scar. The eleetion was made unani mous bs the deb gates, svhich is like wise a tribute to Mr. Schncllcr. a there were contests for all of the oth- Special Attraction TODAY ONLY The Austin Flood Don't Miss It GRAND OBEY THE LAWS RIGHT OR WRONG Continued from Page ( ne. In Tt during the ar pi ceding," said .Judne I le I 'ourcy. "It !s said that in 1KSI6 lor ouch mil hag of the population there were 118 homicides in the tinted Slates; in ltal less than 15; in Panada Iihh than If; in Ureal Britain ish than tj.la I ISrnSan less than r. Some Comparisons. "In the last ear In limlon, with a popHlBtlan of seven million, there were hut nineteen eases af murder. Of the nineteen murderers live committed huI- hie. ggj of the others e.c pt four were arrested and either convicted and executed r committed to the insane as) hun, In New York Pity, 119 cases of homicide were investigated tiy the grand ury during the last year, hut only 45 convictions resulted. Chicago I epul is joj homicides w ere committed in that city during the lust year. tnl one "1 the offenders was hanged; fif teen srere sent to the penitentiary ami others Wen set free. In Louisville, with u population of ilijNij during the last rear there nass. t? rissa of ho micide ami riot a single murderer was hanged. . In Alahama for the two .sears ending hoteuaber 3, lilt, cases of bomtoldS were dispo-eil of ami the death penalty was imposed in hut 7 cases. In North Carolina in the last year there wcr 141 homicides, and in hlo tl, ami in eSOil an ahsurdly small ggnjlhar capitally punished. The report of the Attorney General of Ti s as. states that there Wile 1 .04 S indict- manta for murder in that state during Mi. -years Sgg ;md ;in and undouht- dls a large number of homicides In addition lor svhich no indictment svas found. "In Alahama a conviction for steal lllg hides era recently set aside he- oanas the indictment fallei to state whether they s ere mule, cow, goat or sheen hides And Indictments were dis missed hecniise father was Spelled further (IB Smith Carolina): because the letter "i" svas omitted in epelllng malice in Alabama )." Judge ie Conroy then saggeeted some cnminal ntw reforms which In- ( huh (1 : iniiililli d forms of Indictments. hai s in the aetoctlons of Juries ami in the rules governing pleadings. sr otjii'cs. rr. joacpb Qrahek, fomtor Is id' Calumet hut now of Pittsburgh, ssas made treasurer. One id- tin,- most Important steps taken by the grand lodge ssas the pass ing of a resolution prorhllng fur stall benefits in addition to death hem lits for the members. Pas im nts ss dl be started six months after the Illness of a member. The membership of the ir dcr has Increased L'.r.mi dunim He i' isi rear, bringing cm total np to t.".00ll. Charity Lodge. No. 131. At toinorrosv evening's meeting of tin li members of Charity lodge. No. Itl, Knights of Psthiis. Chancellor Coasnsaaner Jeaaph Thouesa srlM pre sent his report of the prm ecdings of the state convention which was held recent!) at Qrnnd Rapids, ami to svhich lie svas a delegate sent lis Char its lodge, other important bUUhsaai is sapsi ted at the meeting taanorrou evening ami it is bop d there win be a large atttndance. A. 0. H. Lodges Busy. m mints uf In vision No. Tin An eicitt order of Hibernians are buss sslth the preparations lor a big cere monial session to be held the latter pait of the mouth, at sshlch tune the rack degree team of Detroit svill be brought to this city to confer tin work. The state afSjeOTS will a. so be proOent, and it is hoped to make the gathering a most successful one. To Give Dance Saturday. The Christopher Columbus apdletj Is arorhlng hard to make the dancing party to be rrsadocted at the Italian hall on Saturday evening, a very sue ceaOfuJ one. The event is planned In honor of Colnnshus das . but for rarloua reasons it eould not be laid on the leal anniversary. QOOd music has been ellgngcd. Heels Lodge No. 90. The initiatory degree will be ton- rererd an several candidates at the tegular meeting of Hecla lHigc, No N. I (. . R in ti. Union building, this evening. The copper country is renre- sented by several delegates at the meeting of the gland lodge of Miehl gan, ss lii h is in progress this ss eek at Saginaw. The deb nates ss ill present their reports to the local subordinate lodgt I upon their return. Eagles to Give Dance. Arrangements are being made for a naaclng party to in- nu uadaf tin auspices of calumet Aerie of Kagleant the Italian hall next month, probably on Tuesday. Nov. II, The event svill be the Mist of a series of Bangs! ses sloiis to be conducted through the fall and winter months and it Is expected tin re will he a large attendance.. No Meeting of Elks. Itei ause of the preparations for the i I us 1 11 show to be staged In Calu met on Thursday and Priday evenings, there will be no meeting of the mem bers of the Calumet lodge of gang this sveek. Laid the Foundation. March 24. lilt, which paw John Ja cob Astors brtgantlne Tonquln enter the Columbia river, was a great date mark In American history. Around the fur trading post which his men established near the mouth of that stream, close to tho present Astoria, was built the first American settle ment seen on tho Pacific Leslie s. OSBORN SCORES SHERMAN'S PUN GOVERNOR FLAYS VICE PRESI DENT FOR HIS SPEECH ON 1 CONSERVATION AT STURGIS. Lansing, Midi. Out. Iv V'icu Pre' Ideal Sherman's uieaa of conaervaston are not In accord svith thoei of Gov. ((shorn. The Michigan executive wees destruction ami a possibility tbat Ani' erica will he it grgveyard of lo t pan toll! ties if the course the vice praal dent recoi ends Is followed. Hepl.s' lng to Mr. gberman speech at the recent dedication of the municipal dam at Sturgls, Gov. oehorn says; I be vice presniciii is i,, i raying that he does md In u ve in that conservation which prevents the Je- relopmenl of national natural reaoun es for u"e at the Jin nt time, and as further stating that he In llevea thai the people of each age are capable taking care pi themselves, Aprea in la deluge. (After me the deluge.) That was the sentiment of tie nobility In the time of Lmiis XVI and Just ho lore tile I'Tcllcll res i I U t M.'i. It Seems more or less the sentiment of Nice President Sherman today. America a oraveyard. It ssolild Seem thai th. I'reator re served America for an abode of hu manity where the i icamples of tilt past mtghl teach their lesson with prncttonl force. Pursue tin policy enunciated by the she president, and time alone Is needed lo make a grase- yird of these gardens of the god Pursue the policy of sasinu and of thrift and of economy, and America w iff- be tin abiding place forever of a hngpy and prosperous people. "I h. iieve in the pi 'pi r development of all ur resources and their enjoy meat by aH of the people. Bui i i not Dei lev e tn tiie control oi our na tional resources by a f.-w strong men. thus armed o pare i it to the pe"- ide as they choose ari at prices es tablished by their avarice only, modi lied by what the trail, will bear. OUT national policy. In ins- opinion, has been wrong at times. There Is no reason why It should be wrong al ways. The public domain ssas wastici Into the h.mds of rich men at $1,85 an acre. This practice obtained until lat in the eighties, svlu n the public do main ssas svltdrnsvn from the cash en try market and svas subject only tn homestead I isg. The nomas tend laws were proper ami rigid. It was made ;i crime to take a In a, lead for any other purpose than lo use It as A homestead. ThO public lands could 'only he obtained In this svay, with the exception that certain govern mental scripts wcfo given a prefer SSs e and (ike i d ,upon an equality of acquisition ssith Ino hnuiseioader'i possi rs. This script should never base been negotiable, but it was. Rich men pio ured control of it. Soldtenf Ad ditional. Port' i lb I I. Northern Pacfflc and other SCrlptl were purchas-il by arealthy Been arho Made a business of It. and who thus thwarted the s ery Intention of the withdrawing of the public domain from cash entry, Hut this process ssas limited and too slow. Organisers' of capita colonized borne stead, rs in the west, ami when they had ETOVed up t 'ok over th ir titles The Milwaukee County Hospital SCHOOL FOR NURSF.S offers to a limited number of yoiniK WOmen an eXCClli nt course in the theo ry ami practice of nursing. Applicants sle Id be between the ages of I'l and S3 years, base a goad Kngll: h educ itior and be of j;ood mor al ehnraoter. y mth)y cash allowances .liter tho probatl nary term. Applica tion pain rs and huHetin of Information si nt on request Address: Milwaukee County Hospital School for Nurses. WAUWATOSA. WIS. C ALUMET THEATER A Tuesday, Oct. 24 The One Best het of the Season HENRY BLOSSOM S MASTERPIECE Checkers Everywhere, f 1 t under the wire IT GOES WITH A RACER S TRIUMPH A r.T RUSH, AND YOU SAY IT IS THE GREAT EST OF ALL RACING PLAYS. To be Presented Here wth the Original Kirke LsShelle Production and the ONLY COMPANY that has ever ptnyed this fascinating chsrscter comedy in. luding Dave Braham in his or rai role of Push Miller 100 People on the Stage. PRICES: All dnsvn stairs $1.50 Baleonr 1.00 Mnlconv Orcle T (oilbrv 50 Box seats t 1.50 S.als on s il. ii Ulster news stand Monday, 8 A. M. TIiIh was a crimuial ai t; and hen it wsm discovered that Alaska had ri hes of copper and old ami tim ber, an attack upon that region was hxun by the few svhu aare stioiiK. lar-slKhled nnd avaricious. Remedy is Sought. "Because of these conditions, Theo dore rtoiseveit. Qiffurd rinrnal ami ether pnlrtnthj aaajnaajngni nfnunals SOgglll a renudy. They set in opera tion such laws ax existed and such puss era UH they pOSMcHSed for the purpose of prevcntliiK the selsure of the remaining national resource! gg the few and for tttO further purpose of recovering what liad already been Stoleg Naturally there ssas a ggjj tlkdit. It was the gatarSStS or the Htrong fi w aKalmd the people's rlRhts "No one bad aOM mm h attention it Hi, Me ri!litH. Pasenot hai been educat- i in mm Bforopean set i or economy. II f mini in Hoosevelt a sympathizer and a superior, and one SSgpsr to an -s. nre to the people as much as possi hie of that which belomod to theia The friction of contest between these ' "unmeout asents of the people and the predatory financial Interests, ai by the most skillful lawyers la tho country, became throe. The policy of conservation of Hooasvaft and Pinchoti svhich really at Its lnceg4ion sai noth gtg more than an attontpt to drive oft public robbers and take from them as much US possible af that svhich they had stolen became an issue in the land 'The presidential succession to The idnre Hoosevelt WSl hard fought When Mr. Taft had succeeded, In a national convention dominated b, the ItoOaevi It forces, very little attention ssas drag to anything else. Tim Wood worth inoimteil the platform In a careriuis- prepared speech slue i tbat the nomination of Mr. Taft had been anticipated, anT proposed the name of Mr. Sherman for sloe pf i dent. It ssas n sop to Wall street, and a conn action ssith campaign subs rip. tlOU purse strttsggL "No one roe Heed at the mi s& at just how mm h Mr. Tatt STU being hobbled. UoososeM svent out. Taft DaUM in. He is honest and Judicial and has the bdm men datote trait of beMevlag ever biKly to he as honest as he Is. It was dim. uit for him to realise ss hat it meant lO the interests tO destroy the policies of Etoooovell and Ptnehot. When, In his zeal. Ptnehot Strove tU have the country know of the tsue siope of the menace, he ssas guilty of it lean! technical ladlecrettoa in Ms mode bf procedure. Plnchol ssas oust ed: and finallv, at the eleventh hour. BaJltnger svas ousted. At lengta riht irjumphed, and svsn more qui inly than might haVO been expected. "The policies of Hoosesclt and of Pffll h d base been restored, and are In force today. The net result Is that Wall street is SeefChtag fur I ciidi date for the pre-idenov. Aie'ther re sult is that Mr. Slu inian and those lie associates with, and in a maaearo repi'i'sonts. are deriding whenever they Ret an opportunity the poHdes svhich have not only for their pur pose general consei-satlon. but tlie irotec)on of the public domain from the raids of grasping and none t ... lion, st n Banc la! land ptrataa." New York Sun: ATffgn complaitie I f hl hundred eyes. "It mnks It worse to wat h a ball uame when the home team loses,' fie lrhed. LAURIUM SPECIAL. Athena underwear for women and children in fall'and winter weights now on sale at T. A. BAWDENS. Laurium Music School lL'ti Lake Linden Ave, PROF, AUG. ESPEL. MISS ELEONORA ESPEL. Your Name Beautifully Written an six paWng cards, if you will stud us the names of two young people who ire taikiair of attending a business school, LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL . Livery, feed and hoarding stable. Day ami night service. Finest turn outs in town for all occasions. Thorn 313. Collins & Wagner. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. longest ami most complete stock oi Sluaehnag and heating goods In Lour !um. Special attcntloo given to re pairing, also a full line of general hdwe., paints, oils, builders' eupplles. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS. Our Bift drlrks arc pure, healthful and Invigorating. Mndi by modern sanitary machinery, enahl'ig ue to quote special to parties and entertain ments, l'hone 241. CilCAGO DECORATING CO. Artistic Interior decorating In mntt modern style. Paper har.glng. tlntinK hardwood finishing. Picture framing, plate mnuldlng, mirrors resllvered. fur- niturereflnlshcd. V. lVntzold. Phone 387 CENTRAL HOTEL. i k iii sin . I 1 .a nrium. Qnnrhl r..to. hv n . ek or month i Hpecial attention to transclent trade, j L. Ik D'stel. Phone 267-L CONFECTIONERY & FRUITS. A nice line of candles, fruits, earned goods, and the siandard brands af cigars nnd cigarettes. we manufac ture lee cream. Wholesale or retail or- dere. Mlcheltnl & Dertasso. Phone 619L Positively Bigger and Better than Before Calumet Theatre i Q on Thurs.-FrL, OCT. I J"LU ELKS MINSTRELS R. J. McVEIGH C. E. L. THOMAS R. H. EDWARDS THOS. KERNS JOHN SCHENK JOHN HARRINGTON J. J. ELLIS, JR. VIC F. ENGCTROM ANTHONY LUCAS And Over Fifty Other Shining Lights Grand $5,000 First Part Six Novel Specialties In the Clio C. & B. ORCHESTRA D..ction GEO. BARNARD GRAND CHORUS OF 75 Seals Reserved at Forster's Now, Gallery 25c A So'omon Foreman. Friend (to Juror) Why did you ac quit the prisoner when he actually owned up to the theft? Juror Well, you see. tho foreman argued that a man srho would Bteal would also He about it. bo we didn't want to convict an inr.cceut ruau. BUSINESS DIRECTORY GUNS AND RIFLES. CLEARING SALE at DUPONTS GARAGE. What Do You Expect of Your Baker fjood baking Clean shop? Modern equipment? Courteous salsnpsoplsT This you may at least eapat i of us if v e are your bakers. Phone us your special orders. EGGEN & HOYEM. WE MAKE CLOTHES FW Met mmA IVnmon to .. ... . . .. MnM. S)1(.lirU , M1orc than ordit.arx satisfaction at a price that la reason able, rreaalng, Repairing and Clean E. K. NEEB. TI ' sturlum, Go To GOURD BROS. For FRESH DRESSED POULTRY. HENS & SPRINGS. H AI RDRESSING & SHAMPOOING. Bring us your combings. We will malic them Into switches. Parlors for electrical facial massair., manicuring and chiropody. McLaughlin & Kelly, over Kuucett & Guck's olTlce. JOHNSON MILLINER. Hecla street. ' mm me seasons ra . m millinery Is bt Sg P'UV1. '"""4 - ' ! d ""'is'j iroin our own wo-Krooms. MAC LEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. First class livery and prompt cab service day or night. Hacks furnished for funerals and etc. Hagga?. hauled I to and from trains. Special attention to 'hoarders. Malcolm MacLeod. Phone 99. NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. Six regulation billiard and pool ta '" r SODt in good condition. w'1" gooo iignte ami aogfagng atten tlon. Leading brands cigars and dmmr. ettea. Agt for Markham'a box , andlea NIEL80N THE GROCER. We try to supply our customers ev ery wish and want .y carrying a fresh line of fine s-rocerlee. high, ur t. i -t low Cur quality t; ! Pue 7- t31, Ooceola sK BIG SOL SANDS S H. BRYANT HARRY KING HARRY SCOTT C. G. SMITH WM. HOWSE SPIKE LAMIELLE ARTHUR REED BILLY AND JACK Utilize very Moment. Know the tvue value of time; snatch, seize, and enjoy every mo ment of it No idleness, no laziness, no procrastination: Njver put of! till tomorrow what you can do today. Earl of Cluster field. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Insurance in a good sound business prupo"4' and a man cannot do bet ter in taxing a life Insurance policy with the Detroit Life Insurance Co. First Nat. Hank lildg.. Laurium. PAULL S CASH MEAT Mrrr.ET. Choicest cuts of fresh und salt meats. Staple and fancy groceries, milk, but ter and eggs. Special discounts for cash. First clans sausage of all kinds. Thus. I'aull. Phone 126. PENINSULA HEATING & PLB. CO. Let us figure on a heating plant for POOT home. Now le the time to have it done. All "work guaranteed. RE YNOLD'8 MEATS. Our meats are the best that are ob tainable. All are government Inspect ed and have our personal guarantee of freshneps. Seivlce prompL Phone 102. H. E. Sangster, D.D.S. Laurium, Mich. ju,t in Carload of Draught and Driving Horses. Saxby d McDonald Stable, Laka Linden Ave., Laurium. Wh n ymi want a good cigar, one that can really make you understand why Havana I. bac. o has made stu b a name for Itself, try a Dun Patch, mad- b Heifer t, Laurium. FRESH FRUITS A VEGETABLES RECEIVED EVERY DAY. USE YOUR PHONE. JOSEPH 8WYKERT. 1ST STREET. PHONE 436. THE THI8TLE BAKERY. 1 k a ape. hilt '. f home n m I tiread and cake. Get our oraad tor landwlchea. Phone 141 for the flneat Bcotch baking John Dunlop, 427 jva aK Laiuiuaa. u 1 1 rv N 1