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TLCSDAY, JANUARY 9, 191.
THE CALUMET HEWS TA3Z 1 ''7 'fi. tflTWhen you think Tflof Holla n d you must think of cocoa. And when you think ofcocoa par excellence, you must think of Van Houten's. The Dutch process has often been imitated, hut never equalled. You don't know cocoa at its hst unless you know Van Houten's. A can at your gro cer'sfor a quarter will produce twice as many cups as the same sizedcanof ordinary co coa and will prove in finitely more delicious The Picture Houses I This (Mil until appears Tuesday and Pi hl.iy evenings. BIRTH AND GROWTH OF MOVING PICTURES. themesaves under the banner either1 r the I.h vn.l" forces or the 'inde pendents" or the ".Htionuis." choice in , hH mud.' between the three, for the exhibitor 1s not allowed to .sere more than one master and ta nude to take sides in the great, battle for business supremacy in the motion r (Continued), Distributing the Films. 'Pile distribution oi motion picture films is oi f the most complex (is well as important features of the busi l MA Many who are unfamiliar with the inside working of the Industry have paused to ask themselves in what i n.-i the manufacturer manages to ship and distribute his tllms to all the Kieat t itles of the country as well as to the remote towns ami hamlets and have them In readiness for the advertised r lease. This la a business in itself ;md a complex one when it considered nutural colors are being exhibited by 'he Klnemacoior comiany, and perfec tion In this direc tion seems not far removed. Tha possibilities of the science or industry is limitless, and great things are expected of the future In the work of development. Thomas A. Kdlsou is one of the mo.tt . on.,, meed julvociites itt the use ot moving pictures for educational pur s, v "",1 be declares Mjelr fluid Is limit 1mm. In order to bring tha pos sibilities of the films us an educational factor closer home he has been at work jot some time on it home rrurving picture outfit, which he now states das been perfected and will bo op ihe market within a few month; He suys without the lighting device the outfit is no Jarger than the ordinary camera, and the retail priCO will be from C.o to $73. While 1t Is expocted idat films covering- practically aa many UbjBOta a are displayed in thei picture theatres will be manufactured, it Is Mr Mdlson's intent and eornest desire that those which win be instructive vis ereMI ta entertaining; ehaii pre dominate. Tim films to bje used la the new nuu-hlneti, be nays will be adorn half the width of those, ordinarily used, and on these; thei plot urea are to be made in three, rows, forward, bnck vvard and forward agujn. B in exhibi tions the Mm will le unwound to the end of the reel and ihen by re wising the movement the series of pictures In th second row will be dl.-pluyed as the lilm winds in the other direc tion, and at the beginning of the flint another reversal starts the film In the first direction aguin and the third row of pictures Is displayed. The me chanism of the machine is so simple that a child can operate if. It Is ex peeled that the price ot the films sill be It cents a foot, hut aa it is planned to pla eg them with exchanges their Use may be obtained at moderate cost. Mr. BMkton finds more parigfectton in this than in 1 manv of his nntihl inventions. The Crown, tins evening, offers, in BETTERMENT IS SEEN BY CLEWS IMPROVEMENT IN BOTH FI NAN ClAL AND COMMERCIAL SEN TIMENT IN THIS COUNTRY. Picture industry, The existing eondl-j three parts. "The Burly Life of David tlons . the result of the arguments Copperfield." It is an educational .. naw .esnuou over tne patent :jlm. Vololse Bros. slimed by the (dder com I I k1 t M psnies Educational Value. After looking over the history of the lLst few years it is not .surprising to the . lose observer that the motion pl lure a . ,. vein, I. for entertainment and education das made such d . died foi ward hi rides. ot so very long ag a (Moving picture show was given In the Capitol at Washington, in whit the nation's legislators were pennitted to v iew the actual work being done on the Rename t'anai. Col. Qeor W Ooothals, chief engineer of the canal ket, forty domestic and thirty foreign. These concerns must distribute their films to exhibitors ranging in number i rem i2.ouo to 2U.U00. Mmce it is customary for exhibitors to require ot least three films daily. . im) inasmuch us a large proportion of the theater manager clamor for u . . mplete change f programme eo d day, the magnitude of ehe distributing task may lie realized at a glance. The condition of the motion picture In dustry In the Lulled States makes the handling und distribution of tllms uM the more difficult for the reason that the manufacturers iiiv divided Into rival camps and transact their busi ness indeendentl.v of each other. The exhibitors arc obliged to array Its wholssomeness and fine flavor give Rheingold Beer a reputation and Character all its own. IN PINTS AND QUARTS Order a Case from your dealer, or direct from th nearest Branch. Scheuermann Brewery Telephones in all Copper Country Towns. ' "'' " -'o.. -too was tne iistingul.-d.it lecturer m in. .! iuiei.1 in me .iiii-'iHHii mai unit occasion. Never in the hist or of the Hons., of Representatives ws M unluue and unusual a 8eJie present e.l to the astonished onlookers. A huge so Men had beecj ebg In peetttoa in front of Hie Speakers cdalr. und the motion picture machine ".a.- placed in thegai lery Then In the presence of th Justices of the Supreme Court and majority of the members of both nouses -oi .ingress, the film were thrown upon the s iveii and the "stay at-homes- were given their, first object u in ilie K'eat work being curried on d the Government on the Isthmus oi I'iimiiii.i. Quite recently the new Pennsylvania station in New York eraJ invaded by the motion picture co lioiis and pictures were made in the lov.el level. Sillies were enacted by the actorH and actresses -assigned to ihe task by the enterprising film man ufacturers, while trains departed and others arrived If the busy terminal In the wink of technical educatlor along various lines the motion picture Mi been elevated from the sphere o simple amusement to the dignity of an tducationuil factor. The films ate used in medical colleges, both in the united states and Europe, and the pro. I. - i a re unanimous i ha I better re suits ure obtained than by the old- fashioned lantern slides and stationary Stereoptioon views, The coniarutie clinic has been made possible hv the use f the motion picture, and atu dents are enabled to benefit from tip i. ws made by film makers in the most important hospitals of the world In agricultural schools the students are treated to views that reveal to them many hitherto unkone. n myster ies in the life Of plants. In He public school the Intereist of the pupils is bald by the use of motion pictures hav iiuj s s their subject something that pertains to the daily curriculum of the classroom. Oeogruphy no longer prUTUe stale ami M ii interest ing when lug minsters are permitted to gar.e upon scenes pi i it ik ra phed in all parts ot the world, with rivers actually mor Ing swiftly , volcano deldiing lire and lava, foreign peopl,. turning about at their daily tusks, and streets of the great cities ulive with traffic Now thai OpOUttlOU is lieing removed by the logical nnd clear-headed policy of film manufacturers, aided t. ex hibitors who ii-ave reejurd tor the moral and physical well lieing of their pa trons, It is safe to predict that during the next decade s-tlll sweater advance will be noted in tbe development of npothra pictures, it would, appear that the public, which, after all. is the final Judge, had placed Its seal of approval uxin this form of entertainment, not only for the reason that It is com paratively inexpensive, but for the fur ther reason that It carries with It an educatlona' value that cannot 1e esti mated in cold dollars and cent . Motion pictures with sound timed to the action of the objects Is now be ing studied by the foremost inventrs. and already motion pictures taken In CROWN Wtheater Q i r del 1 e r and his Komedy Kanine Kwartette Coming Thursday Voloise Bros. Frank Gymnasts PICTURES CHANGE 4 TIMES A WEEK. I ROY D. MILNE Telia the Story :..:..x-.. -x. 4 THE NEW YEAR STARTS NEW SERIES. : NORTHERN MICHIGAN 4 SLOG. 4 LOAN ASt'N. FAUCETT BROS. A GUCK, AS'ST 8ECYS. C ! t" I5H" "I1 fr Bros., acrobats, are the vuudeville offering. They are very good and will he followed on Thurs day by (llrdeller und his Komedy Ka nine Kwartette. Roy n. Milne, who vocallies the parts of film characters, continues to please by his clever lh terpretation of the Btory shown on th screen. The LjrrtB theater. I.aiii liim. under new munage,ment, gave, its Initial per fi.rmance laat evening The Imuae was crowded to the doors, and outside u many more wait.sl an opportunity to enter. In a short" speech before, the picture gcreen wus lowered. Mr. Iire stetfd that the I.yrlc would not ut uny time present vaudeville, but would rely on ite stock company to entertain the P4trons. Two fllnn were vocalized by the company last night. The feature Picture was "Saved by the Special other films shown were "The Secret of the t'onfesslonal." and "Papa's Let ter." he last being very pathetic. The first week of I hi new .-m show ed a slight betterment m both financial and csHhmoroiei aentlment The im pr.'Vement wus n..i so much oblSCY able In any lia rease in the rolume of bueihess as In the rex-UfcntUon "t the fart that, eraile cooditione are oonfilct- ing und In some respect unsatisfac- tor, corrective forrs are etaadU) at Work. HetTe and there are signs of Abatement in several unrest whii d is beginning to sliovv itself in a UMMTl rational attitude in political Circles toward large Corpora UonsV The only exception is a tresd outbreak of the investigation mania in form of an intilry regarding the allegod "ftunij tfuet." WhiJe trusts and the tariff ale Mill the first subjects of Importance In the public mind, the ehnncee of itieir being .reasonably d.ali vvah are much in-ner WLaii nitee or six months ago. Mo radical action on trusts la probable during the present seeelon at congreee, Which frtH lH (JliWlv devoted 1 und possiblv somewhat heated discus sion. There is, however, some pn epe I of positive ax-tlon on the butifl ejuegtiooi the greatest nkeiihisKi belrej eharp cut in the steel uchedulei and the plac ing of Iron ore on the free list. As for cotton and wool schedules, these aLn may be revised, but at the mo ment it iioks u if steeH would come rtrsl. The l-abor outlook is somewhat uncertain, but the sorry disclosures enntuf ted with the .Mc.N'amaru case have had a sobering effect upon labor. und ure likely to result In the selection of a higher tie ,., leadership in the future; u result winch would benefit labor and capital alike by moderating Iaka warfare and fad Hat ins- settle ment of the differences between em ployer and employe by discussion nm not force. The Issues of the Presided tial campaign are nou sharply defined, und their outcome can already tie some what foreseen. Public sentiment is pretty definitely formed, and the chief doubt regarding the future is that of personality concerning th,. different oandldntes. ThU of course, may ie main unsettled until the conventions next summer, although it Is not Impo sible that the successful nominees will be c.jiectlv guessed at in advance. Dn the stock exchange there ha high carryover rutes recently paid in this market nerved to show that the strain in ( Germany biought about by the .Morovaan incident is still to be reck oned with Oerrnujiv iias certainly re ceived an awkward retmke for Jts ug gresalve attitude in the Agadtr affun of last summer. Another direction which will bear wat hiritf In connection with the mon ey market is the Canadian situation Tin doom in that section of the 'on tlneiit haa been overdone, showing lt seir chiefly in excessive Isnd specula tlon nnd a possibly too llberul ismie of municipal invest UtMstg In case of a crisis across the border New York will probablv I.e. all. .1 upon t,.i assiMiate ... The last report of the ruitioiml bunks In the United States showed a satis- ia -tory condition of affairs. aVSeti were stuted at $r..65,000.OO, a r.sio.--tion of $4,000,000 mpared with the leport of September 1. There was also a reduction of $32,000,000 in rash hold ings, which is somewhat dlrti, ult i un derstand. This is particular the case with the Kastern banks, the ex planation possibly being found In the complications or international dank Ing arising fruM lust summer's Kur opean i iisis when Iiiikc sums ..r iner Ican money were loaned abroud. i no rcdlt in BurOfjS is abnormally argv und is being steadily increased by the greut preponderance 9$ exports Sssgff Imports. In the eleven months god In November 31 our exports exceeded Imports by more than $475,oOi,OOu. Should political conditions here im prove it Is nulte likely that Kuropeun buying of American stock would be come (uite a feature. Ureal Britain, the richest investor In the world. Js unusually prosperous in spite of poll-) ticai discontent and would surelv he- j come a liberal buyer of uir stcs-ks and bonds when satisfied that they were to be reasonably exempt front political! and legislative attack. Oennnny nnd France are also enjoying exceptional prosperity. The United States of at) Ih great nations is the principal tg- gurd Why? Henry ("lews. Try Cocoa each day for a week and you'll find that youVe formed a habit which spells health. m mms cocoa is the surest means toward the formation of the habit, because it combines every vir tue of the choicest cocoa with that tempting quality known as Wilbur flavor. Order From Your Grocer Today H. O. WILBUR A SONS, Inc., Manufacturers, . Philadelphia. P.. Other famous Wilbur creations af e : Wilbur's Cocoa Velour and American Milk Chocolate (Eating Chocolate) and Dessert Chocolate All with H itbur flavor. Government Must Be Left In Hands of Men THE GAS STOVE. If you would have your gas stove last for many years It is nece s.u that It should receive good treatment. Here are a Tew pointers to remember Keep all gas stops . losed tight when not In use. so that none of the fuel Will be wasted and acildAits Iron escaping gas are avoided. If the stop In the connecting; uh,.. i turned oft tvhen the runge Is not In use, then no fuel run possibly Irak out. Turn the gas Into the main pipe at least three seconds before ou attempt fo ilfht the gas hi tht, open burner; Ibis Is to allow all the air to eocape and a.asure u flow of pure grss. When the burner is a double one, light the outer circle first nml allow been a quloj and faicly hopeful leellpg. inner circle ( ignlt,. rrotn that Ryan and Bell, ottering something new In song and dance, were the at tract Ion at the People's In Laurlum last night. They are a very clever couple and worth seeing. A two-reel film, "Salambo," ns well as '"Toto and the I 'l:gV- a comic film: "White Fawn" an Indian story, and "An Unwelcome Kanta Clans," were also exhibited. I This last Is a Christmas story, well acted fiotmstart to finish and staged handsomely. The husband, on the wife's decision to spend Christmas with her relatives. Invites a sporty bunch to celebrate the day with him. 'including many show girls among his puests. He decides to have his butler pose is rtanta Clause and give out the costly gifts he has purchased. Ills wife, having missed her train, returns unexpectedly, takes the place of the butler as Santa, and finally unmasks to th astonishment of her husband guests and his own discomfiture. Tonight "Cinderella." In two reels will ) offered, and tomorrow evening Ornndler's Trained Dogs will be the v. hi. lev die attraction. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." 17:14 The Rarl St. Vimcnt (Admiral Jervis). hero of the naval tutlle off 'ipe St. Vincent, born. Died March ll 1 v j 17M Al Philadelphia. Hbin.hard made the first balloon ascension In America, in the presence of Wash ington. lHOft-Publlc funeral of l,ord N'el- on held In London. 181-The Itench under Marshal Son It took V.iIcjm la. SimIii. after a six ,ln s' siege. !VM--Astor Library, in New York. pejied to the public. 181 -Mississippi seceded from the 'rton. IMS Opening of Die Metropolitan Underground Hailway, in Indon UTa -Napoleon 111 died Horn April . 180. 1S7S Victor I-lnimafiuel. King of l4aly, died. Horn . March 14, 1S1I0. IMS Suspension bridge at Niagara Pnlle wreckeil by a storm. 1904 Hfty -two lives lost by sinking of the steamer "CYiatUun ttveeti Seville anjj Victoria. ' EASY IDENTIFICATION. th. be- An Irish woman once had twin lsys who looked so Very much alike lh.it people who know the family often wondered liovv tlwir parents told them part. After church one day the minister as admlrlnsf the hoy who were then two years old "But, Sister." was his objection, "1 -n't see how you can tell them apart." "Av." answered the mother proudly. thot's sisy I Jus whip Mulligan, and he cries It's Hooligan" From Nor man K. Macks National Monthly. Tha , i, .. ...... , .i . w ,!",,iiriii umiiiiiu, However, ex peiiencet In January bus not thus lar tnade It.jelf felt it U the usual free dom. Bonds are iHsappolntlnjty dull This may be ephifned by the general feeling ..f eautl.,,, taaonej investor:- and the unwillingness of large buyers to take hold until conditions become more aettled. Another factor is insis tence by thj holders of capital for bet ter returns. I,w interest -bearing mortgages and bonds are sl.rw to sell In aplte of safety. This dealra ror safety In InvestPients ia Illustrated by tbe Phenomenally large output of bonds during; MIL The output of new securi ties lost year is now estimated at about $1,780,000,000. Including approximately $990,000,000 bonds. over $390. .. short-term notes and only about ISii?.- 001000 In stocks This tremeodo,.- pon.letance of lanul issues over stocks nighly significant. It means not ottly a large increase In the fixed obli gations fpf tailroads and industrial concerns, but also shows the strong preference of investors for bonds in order to ejpQSype 'he uncertainty attend ins; ownership oi stocks. Hecently the new issues announced have been com paratively small, but it is understood that Important issues are still oeiid- ing and awaiting fuvorit.l. conditions, in this connection n i interesting to observe that sonie of our financial in etltutions are oontenphUlsja; the issue 01 notes and mortgages bearing more liberal rates of interest than have prcviou iv been outomary in other words, they are wiiiirus to rals their bids for new capital. Under prsg4Mi conditions it would be better for out railroads to issue short-term notes than bonds. Investors would take the notes (core readily than bonds and the roads; would avoid further piling up ot long date fixed obligations. ticneral business is quiet, but there l every indication of soundness. Re Ports from the interior are slightly more encouraging, indications suggest ing that reaction has seen Its srorM and that uny change Is likely to be In the direction of betterment rather than further depression. One Import, nt fact is that soil condition lhr,iVh.n the West have been except tonally fa vorable thus warranting the expecta. "" '" a .; ! -t.,rt in next aaa.m'a rops. Railroad earnings are fairly- well mnini. lined and occasionally show encouraging increases In gns. In oilier cases, however, the lnlt..e ir off set hv somewhat llMppolntlng ln- cresstes In current expenses lesuliiiia In poor net returns, the rfjUTlmaa lines being notable In this rnapaCl flame Has should burn clear and blue, if jl is yellow and starts off with a roar, ihere is air in the pipe. Turn off the ''stop" and then turn it on again, al lowing a flow of Has for a second two before applying the match. As soon as food that Is being coked comes to the boiling point, turn the gas down to half its full sirength and the liquid will continue to rtoil gentu until the food is cooked. When using the oven, the burners should be lighted at least Ave minutes before any food Is put In. This In sures a slea.lv temperature mi.l i.. . . feet cooking. They Have the Force to Stand Behind It and Keep It Moving I "Why are you sobbing, my little man?" "My pa's a millionaire philan thropist." "Well. well, that's nothing U cry about." "It ain't, ain't it? He's Just promised to give me $;. to SMU 1 at Christmas, provided I raised a sim ilar amount." Life. Sir GILBERT PARKER. TIITXK that women should be not onlv al lowed, but encouraged, to have a voice in mu nicipal affairs. Education, so cial reform, the domestic side of government, the laws which each town or each community makes unto itself these are the things in which women are chiefly interested. I wish with ull my heart that they would devote mure tune and atteution to auch civic work. I think it excellent for them to study the meu who are candidates for office and use their influence to bring about the election of those whom thev judge fittest. But it is nonsense to talk . : women parliamentary suffrage without also giving them the right to bold office and for a hundred reasons that would never do. GOVERNMENT MUST BE LEFT IN THE HANDS OF MEN BECAUSE THEY HAVE THE FORCE TO STAND BEHIND IT AND KEEP IT GO ING. THEY FIGHT THE WARS AND FALL AND RISE AGAIN WITH BLOODY HKAMAND PRE8S ON. WOMEN CANNOT DO TeU English Author and Member of Parliament RED JACKET BUSINESS DIRECTORY meUJKt nlLBY. IN8URANCE. I Meet me at Pauls Confectionery Experts on all kinds of electrical Plre. accident and plate glass Insur- store f. r i dish of delicious lee r. . ... work. Lighting systems, phones in J ance. Real Kstate and loans. Were-jFTesh t alifornia l'ruits and a fine line stalled and wiring done. Agents for the spectlvely solicit your business. See us, of Cat price ramous Hell Santo vacum cleaner, before purchasing real estate. W. L Tungaten lights In your store or home, stannard. Agent. John B. Leary. Mgr MIKE PAUL, North .Mh 8tr. A. F. MENZEL INSURANCE. Everyone should carry some Insur ance. Life Insurance is a sure guard that men should have. Get in a good company when you Insure. A. F. Men gel 1-4 Quello Building. SPECIAL MEN'S WINTER CAPS 75c to $1.50 NOW OB HOCKING at CO. WINTER IS HERE. To keep off the colds nnd chills, got your Whi kej al BEN BLUM'S. A. FAHLEN JEWELER. Dealers in high claae watches. CALUMET GRANITE WORKS. Manufacturers of all kinds of granite clocks, silverware, tine china, cut pot- and mar Me MMUmentS. Cemetery I the Oapllil Country tery and btlo a brae. We can supply your evory demand. We make glse that are guaranteed to fit your eyes. work of any description made to order. Agents for the famous Wis-.uisin (iranltes. 5th and Oak St. Calumet. Two barbers ft the shop with the 4 megic words -WE CAN DO ANYTHING" Art Myers, Prep. Motietarv ..n.litions are entirely satisfactory. Jumiarv .1 isbui semen I s Were) passed wKheejU the aaval flurries experienced at that time M.uiov will oon begin te Mow back tr'un Ihe Inter ior and the local outlook Is for a per iod of considerable rase for some time lo come. The situation may. how ever. he, materially Influencel by con ditions ait . I .-irge Herman loans mature in this market during JaituaT) ThA monetntw strain In Berlin is still noticeable, the last weekly statement of the Imparl ii itauk of lerntany show . In a loss of Sl.000.000 marks In cash. a.vrnnpniiled by an iiwreawe In loans f 48.nOft.0no marks. Berlin bus again twtn obliged to -all up.n Purls ami London for aecomniod . I ion and the BRACCO THE BAKER. The best people In Calumet uee our Pre.ni because It Is the best they can buy. All our bakery goode are baked fresh every day. Try our Italian Oread. All trimnifd hats for Indies and Children going nt reduced prices. .t 1 1 and look them 0VM GOWAN MILLINERY CO., Seventh Oak Sts Calunut. Michigan. HOTEL MICHIGAN. First-class Huropean Hotel. .Buffet connection. In business section of Red Jacket. Cor. 6th and Oak Sts. M Bandettttil. l'rop. RYAN LIVERY A UNDERTAKING. .o-l Oi'-lO-llie-niinule ser ic in We are well sup plied with horses ami vehicles Mini have competent drivers. All kinds of funeral supplies. Phone 2S G. Phone n. Martini s Co. Calumet. Mb h WARREN JEWELRY CO. 321 5th St. Oorman and 1S47 Rogers Silverware, T.ibby Cut (il iss, W. W. W. guarsnteed rings. Hull umbreltas. Waterman Bene. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. Th wise man is always well dressed LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING. PATRONIZE HOME BAKERY. Must up-to-date funeral directors m, ... ...... . . ... . , ..... . mm ten iiiv wi Kuniiiii ojr i m i muniei i n m isn t nir. Tor all tun- oruering eariy in tne season, spring , erals. The best llverv outfits elth Styles now in. Pressing and repair- I careful reliable drivers. Licensed em balm ers. Sbe Hroe. Thone S00. Ing. Matt Chop, phone 6SJ. F. H. BCHU MAKER MEATS. We carry an Immense line of fresh meats, fish, game and oysters with which to pleaa our customers. Spe cial attention and prompt delivery glv. en to all phone orders. Phone 41. McC LURE'S GARAGE Most up-to-dnte garage In the Cop per Country. Finest class of repairing and machine work of all description Agents for the world famous Mitchell Motor Care N Seventh St Phone It Ht Roast Beef Rnndv Iches Sauerkraut & Means Psgnfet and Soup. The Majestic Mike Crowley, proprietor. In your lu.me town. It Is always fresh er We bak. evers day. Phone us your net order. VIENNA BAKERY. Phone UL VIC HERMAN, Expert Photographer. Fifth hi. risotto Sift r .vnrtk There n. 1 1 time when the v"PPfr ounirys isrgeet and moet CofT. e market ran bla-iu.r th,. modern greenhouses. All varieties of ,t 0l)r ssatsg ohject Is to give T fl.iwers, planta. shrubs and vines pwtrons satisfaction in i..,th prlc- et i Peantlful floral decoratlona for psrtles. quslltv tall and bat over our roods dinners, entertainments and funerals, land be convinced, tinand I nlon Tea Ce