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TUESDAY, APRIL f. 1111
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FIV1 1 he Picture Houses (This column appear Tuesdays una Vtfdjajr) Under new MBtftiMnt, the Royal formerly l hi Vaudettc, m showing ti nlKht and Wednesday i vers i i .1. . 1 1 and eatfv program of picture both dramatic and oueaic, On i these en tit tad "Uaiiv i.r iih- Boarding Hem i la as food aa any thn a i tinted circus The 'rin picst-nta two good vau deville Couture in Miss Rhs; ie Evans. H niou ilogist, and Ban rtitbar doing the same stunt in ii it lira ran l way. Tiny : re. both goial ami will talk you into a Male of complete Joyous contentment. To avoid tiresome detail, It may be F:i ill that thl plftur!H shm.li tile MUf', nun- nnd r-oneervatlvn IIotm ami v.uiii, an aocorapllatted r maple, ii r appearing at tin- QfaisA In a sketch that la full of itiiiu.sing aHe tv. A piefure worth while is one n i i -tied "Children who L.'uhor," which was i roduead in co-operation with the Na lional Chll.1 realtor Committee. "See ing lx'troit," la another iBlereatlnf film. especially tin- w iieo of v. inter sport nnd Ire boating. Up-to-date vaudeville and swell llhn pictures are offered at th- People's. The big feature pleture Is "I'lylng t Fortune";' others are ' After School." Thi Knd of the I'ltvlo," and Hi. Partner's, wife."' TIiIm lust is unusual In Itn plot, hut all the oaora striking i m dlaeoveruig that his wife in in love with his partner, a mining BToaBaOtOf hreaks the Imslnes.s relations a mi bid the pair IB their way. After a short time the wife is deserted ly her lover : m,I asks to he taken back. This the hm-band refuses to do, hut trys to . i impel the former partner to stick to Mr bad bargain without Hir.-ceaj. Both men return to the mining cminin m I mre they meet and flight ; tho wife shouting the false friend. The wildei in s scenes are pood and the part are cleverly nnd drama tically handled. The Lyric Is exhibiting McKee Rm kin's greatest dramatic smvesa, "The iLiniles." The Dim does nut tell a i with any sequence of uction. be ing more tl series of tableaux with in tervening descriptive captions. Kike other film adaptations from hook or stage, it links detail. "Knder Hurn iii; Ski.-'1 is also shown. In this tihu the opportunities for a tragic ending aie sacrila-.il. probably through the ef forta Of those who oOtiaor such things A drunkard In revenue on a girl and a man, because she would not marry him hut had ninrried the other, follows them across tho plains intent on shooting the ri-al Me find them without water and leaves them to die nl t hit st. Perhaps the producers de eded that a ha.ppy conclusion was brat, for the man s 1 battel -self" conv-s to the fore and he returns in time h) resuscitate the suft'ei ing pah'. When the whab r John A. Wintliiopj CROWN THEATER 2 FEATURE ACTS TODAY Miss Bessie Evans The Girl Who Talk. Ben Hilber Tha Fallow Who Talks About His Folk 3 Reels of Pictures FIRST CLASS MUSIC. Our Clothing Dept. IS NOW COMPLETELY STOCKED WITH SOCIE TY BRAND CLOTHES IN ALL THE NEWER CLOTHS AND IN MANY NEW COLORS FOR THE COMING SPRING AND SUMMER. VISIT THIS DEP'T AND YOU WILL FIND ALL THAT 18 NEW AND NOVEL IN YOUNG MEN'S CLOTH ING AND AT RIGHT PRICES. J. Vivian Jr. & Go. FOff-YDLLNrC MEN S Mf X WHO Of 8au Cmia Isco, nails for the Antic, about two Weeks heme, she Will begin one of the most original whaling voy ages undertaken from this port. Not only will the old sailing ship he eiptlp jmh! with the usual outfit to capture the mammoths of the deep, 'but there will, lie in, lii led a moving pi -tin i- flt, which will be used to depict the Vivid scenes that ensue from the mo ment a whale Is sighted until the oil and bbna are stored below decks. It will lie an unusual experience for the op. ratoiM who are making the Hip to witness KcelieM of Which IttO) have often rend am) bring hack v. lib then, a faithful portrayal of the events. It If bell-ed that N ifhln a few years the whaling Industry . 1 1 1 have been prac tically i Unlimited, ami It ibis experi ment was not made soon, millions of persons w ho visit the moving picture shows would never have an opportun ity to witness thai thrilling events whh h OCOUr on a whaling crub'c. That the Voting Mens 'liristian Association is keenly alive to the edu cational value of moving pictures and Is using them with good effect Is Known by the follow irextr.-u't from the Association Men, a magazim- pub lished bj the organiallon: "The great theater l tinkiy, num erically speaking, Is the moving pic ture theater. There are nearly 10,000 moving picture theaters against about 1.400 regular theaters. In this country. The audience of all the regular the aters is about TfiO.ooO daily. The aud ience of the moving piotura theaters is about 'J.'.OO.OOO. The realization by an Increasing number of associations that in the moving picture we liave to day one of the greatest unused educa tional forces of civilization is can-inn a rnpM install ition or machines. The objistlon to the moving picture lies hietly In the show places and the I. grmetOf of Minis. The association tab easily provide the first, and with n odern attachments nnd an iMMi fl supply of educational films can easily b. among the leaders In a form of edu cation which will he Increasingly used in lecture hall, denmnst rat inrr room, laboratory, class room and parlor. "Klve, years ago, Bedford (branch. Brooklyn, began with a moving picture show one niKht a week and occasional - Iv. The Int. rest has Increased from yuir to wear. Now full 'week's pi grams are frequent. " In a recent edit .rial an.-nt the future of motion pictures as a powerful fac tor in the cause of education the Mar shaltown Repul ll an had this to suy. In part: 'The traveler and the reader spoke to each other. 'I have read what you have seen.' said the nailer; I have seen what you luie re;id,' said the traveler. "There are lessons to he seen as read. There; are trtorlra to be told to tin- eye as to tha ear. More than that tjicre. are sermons t lie preached in pictures. 'Some complaint Ml heard of the mo tion pictures In tha aahjeota aaiectca and the environment where they are diown. This hi not 10 tM mad., against the motion picture, but aKainsi the use of it. The RBOtlea picture is to .in., .ilimxl ii u , ,n i n ll .11 anil useful Taa &n educator a.s print. The bad pic ture is In a class with the obscene book. The educative, Cleaa and help lul pteturee hailing with good litera ture. ' Tin rrt i:: .1 1 hance for those w ho are ooraadaiatnfL it is a gooa ehanao and affords opportMMii) 10 teach decency ami affata ranflaal aajpateat evil, a moving picture machim- costs appro almatal) $.oo or little more. Tha rentals t r films are not exorbitant. These rentals are sure to grow cheaper. The ordinal n I csts to create about $100 aid null can he usvd a00 llmcfi belore it is worn out. A good film a never outworn, so far as its subject is conci rried. There In little to hinder the churches from going Into the mov ing picture show business if they feel thai i! is Beceaanry to d s in arar to assure the moving picture show where children may be sent by their pfrailU and where all may go witli-.ut fear of offence through disorder on or off tho awe an." London'. Miles of Water Mains. The water mains of Locdon aggra vate 6.0C0 miles twice the width of the Atlantic ocean. STAY YOU MO . Coeyraht 1912. AJfrei Dtcksr a Coka CONFERENCE OF THE MEIHODISTS EIGHT HUNDRED DELEGATES FROM ALL PARTS OF WORLD WILL ATTEND GENER AL MEETING. W hen the afetbodlflt KpiB' opal gen eial coiBfereine meets in Mlnnaapoltl in May, delegates from Ameiia and fraternal delenates front all oVei til.' world win he pjreaanL Hcv. Hohert I'orh.s. 1. 1.. cor.'es pondlig se.r.tary of ihu board of boana mistioi:s and church iilohatuin with head OfHoea at I'iilladelphia., I'.i , for many oars pantoe and district aperhate adaajl in Duluth and ether aha I s in Minn, seta, w h. n asked for his impresttioii of the coming of the general Uifereln to Minneapolis. said : "The aenaral oaafataace f the . N. church Will meet III M lllliea polls on the first Wedticsdnv in the month of Mav, 1H1J. This BOerfOTSICa Is com posed of an etual number : minis terial and lay delegates siOOted ' the repetive annual and lay-electoral conl. lences. l'lohablv iboi t Mt dele gates will be in attendance, The v,.-ii .nil oonfarenoa iii ajaal INtaty rr- n.ain in session for about a month fart of the business of the oonferonci is to elect bishops, editors, Se. ret ai i. m and publlshiing aunts. There is al- wnjs more or less dlaoMaatofl concern Ing iptestlons of poiltV) In the atala however, the body is conservative, and hut ci.mparativ l few ol the 1" "-posi-d reform' will be curried through. Tested and Proved Successful. "The. polity of Methodism has be. n thoroughly tested and proved su. ' -s- ful. Tht. church is so onsim politan in chariuter that it is at home on a fashionable avenue in the city, and eipially at homo among the poor and lowly. Tho church adapts its. If to the d maud of the it or country. It represents every phase of religious activit.s and is always on the right side a every great moral miaaUim The saiajiaa may use a ritual ami ma without eiulMirrassmeiit assist a salva tion Army on the street. It is llneral In doctrine, the most liberal among churchea it refuses to dahata the n, ode of baplisin. Iii all non-eseentlaU It saN 'let every man be- persuaded fttH) In his own mind ' "It has the largest publishing house in the world. It Is at the front In the great PrbhsbltlM movement. It is and alwas has been the friend n higher education. Ita founders were among the learned men ol their time. Tho YVeRleys a re iu'liolars ol UOttOrg ;;nd Thoii;as OattUj our lirst Olahop, crossed the ea .ith the wreath of scholarship on his brow. Some of the I lergv have been ST Millars without the schools, and have reu. bed a height were a diploma miglit be PCOCned.1 ' .Methodism i.'. catholic in its Spirit," .Mr. Wesley said: I desire to h.n. I i.ague oMaaaave and defeaaiva irHk eer sohli. r of Jeaas I 'lirist " ll is a lone in the I'niled Slates for inoi.ils ;'iid religion and good g. . rnni. nl. It .Hers no apnloeT) for iih.r its d.n trines nor its disc ipline. BtaneMng up on the masnWoent record for aaarl 1 .".o . ars in tins couritrx it asks in QUartar. Mr. Lincoln said: "The M. th oilist church sends more soldiers to the field, more nurses to the hospitals and CALUMET 1II1..-1IV1. Friday, April 12 SIDNEY R ELLIS Presents The Singing German Dialect Comedian IN THE SONG ADORNED COMEDY m sk till HEAR MR. WILSON SING WHEN YOU PART FROM THI GIRL YOU LOVE," "HER SMILE," "SONGS OF OLD FATHERLAND'' AND "LOVES OF BYGONE DAYS." PRICES: Pa timet and two rows P.irrpief Ctrcfc $ l.Ba Italance i'anpiet I'lrcle 1.00 Two rows Palcony 1.00 Pahtncc Itiboiiv 75 Ita I cony Circle 50 Gallery i .25 Mox Peats 1.50 Hal; tiens Wednesday X more prucra to heaven than any of the churi'hea.' This great b lig lte.l bodv meets on-e in four years, not slmpp to alael the officers, but to gud it-.li for new achievements and gieai.-r conqjests. I . b gai.-s will In- present I roii i Kuropc. Asia, Africa, and South America as well as from the I'nited States. Mr. IVaalay said: 'The world a my parish l ii. bur h has won illustrhkus tri umphs in even laud where It has ut- iin lad it aaanea1, Membership of 3,00.000. "The first Methislist st i .n this contiaanl cm haM la a room m a pliVata house in What WaH then lie kittle town ..r New v.rk la 177C W ithout i . ek.nii4: it,. mejMbershlp in other MelhofMat rommuuina th. Methodial Kpiwopai church Ims memberahla .f SJAU.wiO, the aunday school enrollment eil)g llboUt the ame. It hus over SO.Oisi church hulhl inga worth liia.MO.aaa, and nearly ! I mill parsonages v. ,rth alsiut .I0. "00.000. 'I'ossibly the greatest beoavalt Ri '.rganizat ion In connection w ith Hie church is the haprd A home wiaaloai and church extension with heod.iuar leis at lOJt! At. Ii str.i-t, Philadelphia. This hoard la helping now in the -up port of 4,.ifM missionaries. These nila sioiiari. s are glvinc their lives t. t hi evangelizing of America. Their work is all done under one flan-' They nr. preaching in more languages than were aaed when the day ..( tteuteooet w.i full) I'ome." The board of home inla sums are church extension helps t build a Church everv (a in tho year ev ry .".unset tells Of another church brought Into existence through th, aid of tin board. Deh-guteH to the m neral conference will return to (heir hhtuea Inspired with .i new Bdjj aeu ui.'U',e and stronger faith. "Since we Inst assembled ns a gen eral .(.nlcteiue man. ol the might.v men of the church have falbn. men who carried victorious banners ovet hard fOttfhi battle ilekls. As th-.s banners fell from tluir trembling hands they have be n caught up h. worthy su. c. ss, rs and tiie crv is still onward. We shall probably alway hear the cry of the p. ssim ,st. but ih optimist baa the rflftht-of-way, ami will have the final hearing. The ciuni moves and the world moves, RelbrkM ami sjctanca ate tn full nartnarahlii Tiie church Is simple gir lltir Itsell lot greater cominests. Eight Hundred Delegates. "ll is no small (natter for the city of Minneapolis to he tha host at SUOC a body of distinguish.' i delegates. Min neapolis will lie advertised to thi yvorld. The coinmet. iul and busineai irtit to the city i Minntaolia will tar outweigh the Ini ideut.il coat ol the nt'i-talnmeni f I he gen.ii.l con rereaaa Bbfht hundred delegates and ihousands of vhHtnrs and fri. nds wil be m .it tendance. 'Ihey will return to their homes In this and other lands a ad I"" 'he sobdeM and ghulea ol i he lair W tern il . ".i laaaoaaa was called Weatera slat. win. i I enter. . I Iho ministry lor iv veins ago. We have scarcely start ed for the Wist vvlnn vv. have Phila delphia aadJ ra li .Minmapolis. Min neapolis and St. Paul, the Twin t'ities ale riot far Ir an the g.-ographica' i enter of the coiiiinciit midway be tween the. (scans. Main I'.ast.ru p.si ple have but I faiat idea ol the nuig- Ifacaaee d t luit poaunn it our cuua r caijed the w.st "tin freah and fruitful West" The vast l.gi.,11 heVolid the Miwisippi is but in its Infancy, The commercial oossibilu i. s of the ihree great clti.-y, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth, will he more fully appicciatetl by ; largi- 'number of in telligent and inlluentlul people after the general conference, of l'Jlu." OSCEOLA ANNUAL REPORT. Statement of Financee in the Town thip During Past Year. Thomas Sweeney, clerk ol Oaceota township, has submitted his report oi the financial condition of the town ship. The report shows: General Fund. Receipts M44.l Trans.firrel to naid repair fund , tn.99 Hiihince .. I ;,,7 15.49 GRAND THEATER UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE NEvV TODAY Horan & Vann comedy, singing and talking soft shoe dancing SPECIAL FEATURE PICTURE with 'Children Who Labor" Edison's great dramatic photoplay produced n co-operation with the National Chdd Labor Committee. Every man, woman and child who has any interest in humanity should see this GREAT LABOR PLAY also "Seeing Detroit very interesting in addition to Two Funny Comedies and A BIG WESTERN PICTURE Sunlight After Dark mMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmm Truly Describes the Brilliancy of the Mazda Tungsten Lamp For Electric Lighting They will cut your bill in two, or double your illumination without extra cost. This combined with our NEW RATE gives you the best and Cheapest Light Obtainable. Houghton County Electric Light Company I Maauraeroents- Salarles HeaUfe board , Sundries 120.00 Ml II jiir, i s Total . tjMt.21 Balance April t, itn $ M.MI Rosd Repair Fund. Heeeipts, Ini ludinx bafa nee . $ 1 J.-M'. Iii Maf uitata MIMl I Balance M0f.M Total in treasury- I S,it3.i. School Funds. Receipts Kiom county treasurer, prl- maiy fund 119.957.50 Fl taa caaaty treaaurar, li- tirnr mone 1,I1 From d) tax Mi T'loni township iie.isurer, ,is- sessel taxes 47,OKO.f,7 Total receipts $67. 174. M Dtabaraements Paid a. L BUI Baa, Treasurer Osceola Two aohool dlst . . . $7.1 74 38 The township received from Ihiuor laxe.s t.'.HT" and fraw toxMidhip taxes. $1.00:t.'iS. The overseer o'' hiuhwuvs and his assistants were paid 12.001.39 and $1,898.77 was paid to the QaaaeJa Mining company for material and la- hor. The Ah ueek company reeivei $3..8.4.".. Tamar.u k $.'.39. or,, i'alumet & Mecla company $111.10 and Uik. Su perior Smeltinir cominny 1 . M.' s for, the same purposes. The street liithtSj in DoAar Bay coat $is" DEFEND THE EVERGLADES. hill Brotncrs, Formerly of Calumet, ard Others Denounce Clark. The lollowlnp is a eop ''' n open letter senr to onurossman I'ranU Clark. iT Florida, lhat seems t show the sentiment preva ilinir in n eat I la hlsrepresentatlc.il o( his "eonstll ueids" ill the national lealslature Zona, I ade 'mint l iorlda. Manh I'.'IJ Hop. Frnnk Clark. M. '.. QaBMa vllle. Ilorida. 8lr: At a s-neeinl meeting of the Ker aaada Car aw's Central l?a4oa i . i Florida, held this day, it was un.iui nioiislx div ided to forward to v,.ii an (Men la tter bearlnjr the sla nature of the miinb'ts ot this t'ldon. ..ml oth- era, protestlna In the most vtattaaaa and teprohenslbTa conduct lr connec- ..iii un in. ..-tiiiieo invveuas ll now lielnfc carried on In Washington, SSI of the drainage ..f tin K i I.I.Li, S. That .ur atateaaaata ;oid acttnna are aaattj at raHaajpa with tho facts, we belle to he lh- result ! liier laajaraaca aaejaralleled in one boNHoi our lionofalde posiiioti, or la ftM ta ' aaaaaaal ipfte eo i.iuiianant ami dastuidly as to lie unworthy a at ml -man d our calllna anil mppaaed standing. w. desire to call your attention to the following f-: Is which are so Mia oe)aJMi at hvefutaflrii proof tnat H w ould sei m to be a wate of time to enumerate th-iu were it not , tile that a I persons mluhl be ho uninformed as to b. imposed upon by .our specious untruths: (1) . That your .stun mint, thai the Bvaastadaa are not aeaaaj; aad eaa not tie drained under t he present ,il.iu.', !h wholly false. Ve an living upon and eajoaiaj a:"'(i hait:i and avej ill tlvntir.K land suci esefully, tha: lv m on t lis ago was under several im lies of water. (2) . Th:t your M.ni'iu ni to taa aff FeBl that the Bjejfjladaa are under 8 to 12 feet of water, aad ahould have jaaaaJ aaM ay tin- ucurt. in so aaaara that it would seem ti have been tin utterance of one not possessing; jvn - age lalaMliiaw 3. That such Ptateiner.t tends to depreciat. the value o our '.and "ihich we bought in -'" ol fa ItD, and on wtttck we ..re niw raising profitaMa eiojs, and with hi'h WS are lullv satisib d. To labataatlate the Eatagolaiai v r," ler you to the Missis. Hill Mr.ilnrs whore sutnituris nn hereoa. araa froc: i.e aCfApJ of beans have aMpped hanipiTH. aaiUai iheai avat - ,,oti)u. m i. in, i i a H) M trope is. oooooooooooooooo.oe e ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS, ao'ooeoeooooooooeooo Oh, How What lone nerve-rncklns days of con stant torture What sleepless litghte pf teinide agony Itch Itch Itcti, eoa etaat Itch, until it Beamed that I must tear off mj very tklc i: Instant relief cay skin cooled, soothed and healed! The ery first drop, of D V D, Pre scription for Keren a stopped that ewful Itch tnstsntly: yes. the very iT.omer.'. I1I touched ihe burning sktn th. tor ture reused. A 1 5c bottle proves It. I 1 1 has tie. t. i nown for eirs the only abaolutcly reliable eczems Laurlum Pharmacy, Laurlutn. Mich. "THIS IS MY 66TH BIRTHDAY." K.iw.Md Dean Adams. nte,l f... conatructlve and organlaiiiK wo'k in f'.nunie. and railroading, was born in Beatoa, April 9. 1 s4fi. After graduat- Inaj Bean MaawliB fTalTaaallj. in North -field. Vt.. he spent sever.U vuh In travel and studv In Kuropc. l"on his letutn hoin he engaged In the bank ing business in Fcston. A few .-.i;s later he removed to New York, win r he beca.nu- the American repress ni live of the Baalacfca Hank ot Bartln, one of the great financial institutions of Kurope. ne of Mr. Adams' eariiesi n hle ements in the realm f tinam vaa the organization of the Northern Pacific Terminal comiany. In 18Kb he carried out ihe r -orsanlsat ion of tin West Shore Railroad, other ure.n i. terprlses that htve been l.eneliud liv 'lis eenrjcee as an organizer aad coo structlve tinaiicl-'r are th. Northera PaclfVc Railroad, which he n ..-k ini.. 1 n lfr90; thi Central Railroad o, N. isey. the Phll:td lphia and Ke:..lir, j t.'a:ii .id and the m.-ri.-an otton on pam M-. A ' i:s also org .ni, the Calara ti' u tion comtpany and its allie tompauiea. whh h were form ed to aajN and aaajdaia the great irorka ..t Niagara Kails for the utilisation of the watenx wer developtl there. Lord Mreadalbane. Keeper of Privy S,M of Gotland, til years i .day Frederick Francis l Grand Duki Mecklenburg -Shw .'till. .'!0 , u ladaa Rl BaJV. Henry .loneph Ke htet K bishop of i Iran, i Rapid. : t e n today. J Thomas Heflln. repreeentativc id, in h t. I'onnTesa of the Fifth Alabama disti i", venrs old today. I Itched! remedy, for It washes sway the disease verms and lenen the skin as clear and healthy as that of a child. All other druggists have D.D.D. Prescription--co to them it you can't come to lie- but .Ion t ucccpt some tug profit aaetllaea Put If yon come to our store, we ar so eertaia of hnt H P I v will do for jrou thst we offer you a full slse bottle on this guarantee if von do not find that It takes away the Itch AT ONCE, It costs you not a cent. fca-jle Dru Store, Calumet, Michigan.