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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912, J
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE PIVI KHAKI TO YIELD STORK LIKES THE TO "OLIVE DRAB" UPPER PENINSULA N EWS of r?RATERNAL the SOCIETIES Can't Use Lodge Money. The iliHtuittHl'u'.'lliiii nvi'i- the proposed new rail's of Ihe Ifodorn Woodmen i' nicricn. has finally faui-d Iff. va in to the court a. ami the lirst test i caul I -ed In victory for the so -culled 'i. lain". Accordini; 10 Juiic Chariot ft, .lelley of Minneapolis, tilt- sulmi Jinaie uranehcrt af the orde -' miot is. their funds to tost tin- validity i the heal it im'm action in voting- to raise tho i,i tin. The court "uartatned a daniurr.r lo tin" petition lil"i b K. YY. Lillet, to ioinpcll ll"' ofllOf "I liiauatha camp of that city. t abjU an order for $398 xoted by tilt OTgMlMtldn to test the aliillty of Um head campa action in laishm hi rat s. The court held that tin lud'fiv would hive no rlKhl li appropriate mom y out of tin fund to pay cxpi user In ciirrcd by those. i l.ti)t uifc ami dlsap lirovlivK of tb action of the. supreme lodtfe in ralsInK the ratt lo In- paid upon policies, in tontine the cattdtt) ' i ii. h n Uon iii court I. O. O. F. Anniversary. Tin (-evei.i! . . iniiiittces erranndne !nr the nnn'.i el sai '..all of the t'oppei 'ountiy dd Fellow's iik.so -iati'.o at the t'alutnct l.lj-ht Qunfd annul y on Friday evening. April Z. will BlOOt in Hie jvarlors of Me la loouc No. M 00 Sal unlay rvcnliiK, t" discuss .1 -lai..-ivnnocted with Hie art nnbjl ln.'iit.". The committee in charge of the ion . irl has 0Ot uied tOIDC Of tin best talent in tin COp Pl eountr lo assist in this weed mid thin feature prow lax to prove one ot the best of the evening. Visitors cnailu- to i 'alum. -t ik,.i l!-.e South Ihaneje towns and Card Pa-ty and Port a go hake i Dance. j BbtorptiPa Lodge Modern Brt ther hood of America, will entertain t i ard and dpftcinpl party at the l.at.i turn bunk ball tomorrow evcnliiK. Good mualc has boon eeenr-ed and light re fresh nttnti wiii be served. large attendance is expected. Owls Will Danes. The Lcurlum nest ''f Owla ha3 ai ra lined for a donoUsg party to ba cor. dltctad al Ihe l.auriam In vn hull on Wednesday venial.:. A tril 14. (1'kkI music 1ms been secured and it la pitted the- event will prove a very pi.-asant one. Canton Copper City. Canton CVtpper City, Patriate hi If III tnnt will confer the Pmtftareb militant degree at the oexl idgnhu aeetuav. .Monday evening. A M'.h i..l SftsarloTI w ill 1 . 1 1 1 v Ihe .Usrc wcili. Dancing Party Planned. Phe Ladies Auxiliary of St. I'is elia , wiii entertain at a rtanclnp nnty i h rauHtMn bank hall. Frlduv ev. ti ,. ... .... .... I illt. April IVi I lie I . V ri. oieue.-ii.i ..in hiMMi mitTl Keweenaw Lodge, F. & A. M. There will be a special com nut n ira te. n "f Ktwe.Tiaw I. .Hue F. . M. on Thurmlay evenlm,', al wbb b tl Master .Mnson dapraii will be cotaforrad. Hecla lodge No. p0. The lirst degree will be ipttfprrpd at - CROWN 2 FEATURE ACTS TODAY Miss Bessie Evans The Girl Who Talks. Ben Hilber The Follow Who Talks About His Folks 3 Reels j of Pictures j FIRST CLASS MUSIC. NOW STOCKED WITH SOCIE TY BRAND CLOTHES IN ALL THE NEWER CLOTHS AND IN MANY NEW C0L0R8 FOR THE COMING SPRING AND SUMMER. VISIT THIS DEFT AND YOU WILL FIND ALL THAT IS NEW AND NOVEL IN YOUNG MEN'S CLOTH ING AND AT RIGHT PRICES. J, Vivian Jr. & Go. 1 f miLkTa! "5 ' vVlY 11 l?TTf QP aWPgBjlfJTa, af-v. im FOB YOUNG MEN.X th. leyn'ar locctlim of ll"cla IciImc No. !'U, I. o. . V. this evening. Pythian Sisters. Calumut Tewpa. tfo, T.. Pythian Watpra win meet tojMMTfsna afterftoop at the Cnloil building;, diatrtc) will not have far to walk after urrtotnpj in CahimeC Arronajomepia have bcn made to liaie t.ic spaOjft train tlOJUSfeiTOd from the CoppOT Kappa lo the H, K- T. U tiaelcs. ho that it ma stop al the u an dMMMa Bear the armory. Return top, it win leave from the same ptppa at I o'clock Lam mm K. of P. Dance. Leurlum lodv' Nc KiM.hi ol Pythian will entertain at a dam n if part) at trp Lotirtum Isanh bail on Monday itveolnp. Oood npjaifl baa been aaajpared fr and it is tappctad thcr' will Ii.' a large attendance from all of the towns of the .-pper country. The at eaanl dearree was conferred af th meetlnp held Monday e mlnp. The attflpllliua contest which has be. a in progress for oavofnl nrtfitl past, will i nine to a close on htonda) evenrnat April L'9. Hoth t'ams are m il. in.; I .shoAh;Ks and the result will be In dobfOt until ihe lust point Is ouutrd. It is planned lo britix the contest to i. (lose with a btb banquet ami core1 inonial aslon. at which it is piitMi4jl the Ural fbNjeaa wUA be roBertadL I nuinfoer of tncn.bera of the lahpemlnp llodPja are expected here to witness the 'work They propose to orgiuiief a lirst rank team for their own lodje. New Orficers Elected. Fellow Ii - al- !he ottieeTH elected b tha membei s Of Court Traverse, For esters of America, recently Instituted Bt Oft) Paat chief ranger John H. Jackaon 'liif rantrei -David L. Vivian. 8til-chlef ranger Amlrew Jackson. Financial s.s retarv -Harry PlttCOcfc. Ti easut er - Kt nest Faille. . Raootdlns aecretary "K m ifrbaV ahaw. Jentor arardpii Wnl J Jobnaxm. Junior wai ib ii Sa mue! N'ordironi. Senior b. a lle Gilbert Ia beau. Junior handle Matthew s hafer, Ptryalcbui- ir. w. o, Benjanttn. Let turer William (i. Carter, Trustee, ana yea I Wfttlaam Marvey. Trustee, two ) anna 1 ttlnhoftl h. Car ter. Trustee, three vears F'aul f obapl. Ladies of Modern Maccabees. The members of the I.. . T. M. M nnt last evening-, In regular session Diatrtct Deputy Mrs. Alice Duntaihi T of Houphton avaa preaent and gave an Interesting- talk on the good and wel- r"n' r or,l, r- Ar,'' ,l', meeting ;i " ' ' session was held. Lunch was. serve ! Word has been received from staw Commander Mrs. Draetle of Marquee! that she will soon visit Calumet to in struct the members in team work Fa ncrit nmlViiniaima umrb held for tin i ' at the Oraod theater btat amah Hiid netted the hive .oiisidei aMe, C. O. F. to Meet Here. St. Anthony's, court Carthollc Oedar of Forest) rs has extended an In ita- tion to the othr courts pf the 0001 per eopntry to nteet at the Lanriuan bank hall on April 'il, at wnich time a I n-e,. akaaa t rnnetdatfii win pa i i : tinted, and after adtieji a bppaynad ani sicinl session will be enjoyed. The I neerr.ibcrs will attend divine services ii the St. Joseph's Sl. enian church on Klajbth street hi t Pepda loorniaaT. Degree Team Practice. The third rank degfee team ol Char I Ity lodge No KM. Knlptfta )f Pythias I will hold i regular ppg "tu e ..n Thurs- day ev ening. c,tpt. A. K. Hosewai ne i, rrMkfctna even cttoit to biin-r topother a strong team to represent the ilse at the tipper peninsula reunion at MtttJ sim, in June and from the erithu.oasin manifested hy the member', his I'ftort. will Dioei w ith atioraap. Somewhat Contradictory. One of the new honks of reference amies In It, preface that the "nnme: received too lnte for Insertion will be found In the appendix." This reminds ns of nn Australian editor s contemp tuous note to a correspondent: "Your 1 tier ia so scurrilous that we omit any reference to it." COMPLETELY CupjriiUt mi. AUrei Uccie 4 Cohm i ... UNCLE SAM'S SOLDIER BOYS TO CHANGE THE COLOR OF THEIR UNIFORMS SHORTLY. W ashington, tpril la. - An ollva itmt cotton cloth Which has been pdoptpd lor aaa In making up tin uniforms ot I nited States auldtarp will updoihted ly result In minimizing ihe largi num ber of com lalnlb which ha o b.-en made iLgainst the pi. sent unitorin be .ati.se ot its i oust ruction out of bluahl .loth. Thia la the bOHtf of the otii t ers of the quai l, i mast. : s departnuiil her.-. Constant complulnti baVa come t. heart rpi art Or i inn- from various post tlirnugl-.oiit this country and the in sular possessions against the khaki 'Ihe soldiers in the tropics were pir ticuiariv antaponUtlc to that kind Of doth, bmndini it an haavvy and hot ami aptlraty unaultad for use in tropical countries Why Khaki Must Go. Brigadier Oenernl Perahlna', com mandlng the depar'meii' oi Mindanao, was the last ofheer to complain against the khakL Jlo de. lan .i that it is not adapted to the palp ses for w hl il it was intended, that it is heavy. ahHAKe badi, will not hold its color and la nearly as wain, us woolen clothirj,. w in n the ppldler hi dropoad in this unifoi-m, he says, he cannot tnbha ills best appearcr.ee, as ne bears a lum; i 1 utmost ttpcotnfort, and he rooapi mends that the soldier be allow id to purchase bluiki rdotWM of Knarttoh manufacture. The adoption Of ttu olive drab collon cloth precludes thiB idea. All the old uniforms on hand which are made out of khahi win have to be used hi foie tin' olive ura'i) cuttpn is issued, under a recent arder of the aeoratary f war. Kicks on Drab Clcth. Complaint; have bban rtejerved it ihe Qopptannnatara4 dapnrtment bar from many OfBcera againat the now dlV drab cotton cloth, pointing it cartoUP defects. The olliceis h.v been urged to pUTCh I 'he g In for their unifories from the ileiartmont. instead of from private concern--, th.y will thin be assar.d of getting perfect cloth Although they have tie facts trpott whUh to base the opinion, it ia the l.eliet ol' tile 1 ll.i 1 t el I id stelS here that some of the half million yard of olie drab cotton doth recently rejected b the WP dtiPO tmeUt as Inferior PpOttOi Mai fallen into the hands ol private , one i ns. if the oilie.rs v. ill pUTcluee tudr cUdh front tin- departntontbi they say. they will have no complaint to make againwt the new cloth. ' At to the "Dogdayt " The "dogdayt" are bo called be cause the Greeks on firs' beholding the star Slrlus with the naked eye were wont to sacrifice a brown dog to appease his wrath, the general be lief being that Sirlus was the cause of the hot, sultry weather usually t tendant upon its appearance, and that on the first morning of its rising the sea boiled, wine turned sour, dugs grew mad and man became afflicted with all manner of burning fevert, hysterics nnd frenrles. At Argos a festival was held during the dogdayt known at "Cynonhantes." which means that dogs were killed on sight. CALUMET I I I I . A I l-V I Friday, April 12 SIDNEY R ELLIS Presents The Singing German Dialect Comedian IN THE 80NG ADORNED COMEDY Iii HEAR MR. WILSON SING "WHEN YOU PART FROM THE GIRL YOU LOVE," "HER SMILE," "SONGS OF OLD FATHERLAND" AND "LOVES OF BYGONE DAYS." PRICES: Pnruit and two rows Paniuet Olftte f l.Bt llalim e Par. i .-t iMrele 1.00 Two rows Halcony 1.00 Balance Halcony 71 Balcony Circle 60 (lallery tS BM Heats 1.5 Kale ucii Wednesday S a- tn. 1 1 RTH RATE OF THIS REGION HIGHER THAN IN ANY OTH ER PART OF THE STATE. Accord blK to Ihe I ' Lruarv issue ol the monthly bulletin of vliul statis- llis. copies ol wlliili Vele received ves- tardn) froap the aevretnrj ol state, tin Uppaf peninsula had an unusuullv bipb birth rale in Februarv, and the death rate was lower than usual. Then- were ''' Wrthp ami ::nt deaths a rate for birth on each l.ftM papula- li'.u of J I n and tor deaths of l'l.Tt. The birth rate was i per '1111, hlffher lb an ihe average rat" in the state and th'' death ri te was A pctr cent lower than the averuve. Maruuitte intuits had . birth rate of and a death rat.- ot K.!. Kcwienav had ihe highest I, nth -ate of .my coilljtv in the upper petiin mia. its pareeatape being t.vc, while its death rate vmis am. ng tin- loweat being only 7.t. 1 bur-liter. OPUnty, as usual, led all otheri in the pamber of births occur ring during the month, its total i tap 170, nnd Mnrwuettc county had 107. Dickinson .anil next, with sixty -si ven blrtha, and (Ippjcblc waa next with atx tv -live. Houghton county also led in tlm number of deaths, its total oolni ie ent) -tw o, opRipnred with Fifty two 111 Marquette counts IelLa had tin third largest number, thlrtyehjht There were .( :st u albs in tl:v state. This wjm :-. detroase of 1M comparcl with Junuar. As usual, tuberculosis was the cause ol mofO deaths than any otheaj disease, the total in the -tit' tieing 24fi. t tin- number the upper, peninsula had iw. nt -,-ix, ut ol a total of Jlo deaths iii me uppes peninsula, feeiit. were of children under one i.n- at . aovenu 11 from one to four ears. Inchirive, and tlx ty-seven were of persons of sixty five yaifa and over. Pneumonia .vas pre valent in the upper peninapia during the month, canslni; eiphteen doatho. whHe twenty twa ne t death ' vm letMa. MUTT AND JEFF.' Popular Musical Co.nedy Coming tc Calumet on April - The annonncemeai of t nen Out nn' pioducthn is alwii-- Mire to create unusual Interest, in nils particul.u in stall, a Mr. 11111 ha outdone all hi previous e!l'..rU in He tllcHtrieal wa'. by pJvhnU Ihe publii aotpethlni; m The name ot the attraction which will hold the board at ihe Calumet theater April 1. Is "Mull and Jeft " and '' towndod mi the faiiiu certOOtM b) I. ml l-isher. "alutl and Jeff tlj.-. ir. Ul a three act thm-i ii comedv and th. ir itjnapadin ami Rdvenaurea form tin basis of .in ;iienvtim; aiai euiruaetna . ntei taiiimeiit. Surrounded (' i cop ttdO BtfPeHlTtlna eompiinv. BSCeTtenl tcenlc ar.d .nc lianical effects and a h entity cttarut 1 1 Pjetinowtednjed tup premac . the "tv runn fellows'' have plenty of i ppoi emfty to dominate, aud they do sn to the unci n s taste. As in the original cofhOi s "Jelf" ia tl ' blttft'er. He is subservient to the v.i.im.-. caprices and wllfn of the ever s; iicni bjpj "A. Mint" who beat dee betnp a soldier of fortune Is a plotter of nils chief, '.Ictf geta the worst o; tht barsaln. naturally, hut while ignorance Is bliss In his case his . i ll i l ire nol without seme iarttCular interest. At any rate the twain excit - fatmhter i.im Ihe ralaatoo of the pthor It therefore fully auatalnt-d. The production is on th.- pretentious, ambitions order. BARGAINING FOR BRIDES. A Correspondent Tells of Hindu Nup tial Ceremony. We found llie liridegi ooin Heated In a large room. croab-tesp;ed, In front ol two large candles: on one tide of him ant the ofletatlnpj pPlibt end mi the other the two best nun. The bride groom was at ti nil in a long red robe ami looked the picture of oe, Kicins- him miuatted all the pueata. l.ovs ami rOen, cedt pf them wearing a curious little round skull cap. There was a pause in the pro; l ediiiKs when the two witnesses" left to no to ob tain the brub s formal consent to the match. The bride was not present al the i-n-menv and hail never seen her Ibaapdad buebond'a1 face. At last the "v itnesaea" returned to announce tlxit all -waa well, and short R OYA THEATRE Next to Pott Office L PROGRAM TO DAY "A ROMANCE OF THE WEST" "MOTHER LOVE" "HOW THE PLAY WAS ADVERTIZED" "THE SPINX" "Baby of the Boarding House' SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEF SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 2:3C C0MI! r wood ulj. Perfectly aged, to prevent biliousness. Every bottle is Pasteurized. When it reaches you in ihe Brown Bottle it is pure and wholesome. Set that croTcn or cork is branded ' " Sctitz." That Made I) afterward a curious ttnell of Inaetltt rilled the air, and the orleel uakfaBB tie bridegroom's rinlit hand in his. bcxan to ciiani prayera or Invocotlonjii in a h iv sinj-aoiin voice almost like u whine. The aamenMbty Joined In later, all joiliR throUKh the Minn- ..-lures of sa- HuualnA wanning the tare and hnhUng their hands out in trout of them us one holds a 1 K. This last-il ab.nit tive nUratea, there was a stir and then the iirst part, the retlajtoua' part. Of ihe ceremony was at an and. The Rtew aids roee and threw dish, s of bonbons and nuts aatonf. the fuaetbi who scrambled for them. Ufa were hurried down the narrow stairs to the house next door, which happened to be thai af the bride, where We were reveled with Hgrht reCreeh- incuts. In the passaKc outside the bridafa bedreona enewet) t verji uuaint ceremony. POT noW il as the duly of the "witnevHcs " to Rain adinittatlie t Ii fir the bri IcKiooin. They bnanj on Mtt door and shout, and women's voleea atiaw tr froni with in. A K"" I 1al of dialogue went nn, at a humorous nature no doubt. J .'n ins; Horn the laii;hler that went on around mo. ahoanrh it was. of cournn OOndUfltad in Hindustan ami aOHoqutal Chinese. Ii then appean-d that the GRAND THEATER UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE Horan & Vann comtdy. singing and talking NEW PICTURES "A Western Kimona" W:th Anderson 'Stenographer Wanted" Comedy "A Matter of Business" and "The Belle of Penance" War Drama, in BROWN BOTTLES tfasA sksait ilia l you sonu'tniKS detect in beer in ligKt bottles. Tlial taste is tlie resull ol cxponnt beer to liglit. Scliiitz is brewed in tlie dark filtered through while I iinticb ,.outh ,, H U1, 0, k J s, ScliHtz Brcbfiag Co. 810 Tine St., Calumet The Beer Milwaukee Famous d or would not be opened until the brMe'a ddiwrj waa foethootwlnd The w itnesses" i who are evidently the ' tunny nu n ' af the occasion) banned asain on the door and yelled nnd shouted; the quests t ik up the rafrnha and the hnhdnnh erne immense. No use, Ihe door would not bude, and a his, MMed consultation teOOl place: ii aaa daoided to hum over a smnll antount el "aarnnai to bind Ihe bna Kiiln. but this ilidn t satisfy the do"! -k--)-pers, and there had b mole bartadnhag and baraMUthai and ahtMtt- in- ill o w ti -palaver w .is. ol i nurse, part of the name anil the nuir rtanja weedd nel have bean in ' puUkair- form if il had not been Kn- throimh. At last the 'bargain wan struck, the dear hw "pen. Th)- arMeproeni nana- ed intn the nridal chamber, where he no t his newly married wtft la i ntoa roi; the brat time. The rest al an dJaereetty wttbdrew, but ba was baob amnna us in a r- niinutes bil-r to aocefd nur cnnffiatubitions and lsw his acknow b-)Uenient s I den t Rfloe a hit becmi f tin- bride; she wt-mi-il to hiiv- been iu"' fneewttae) Then we all sat down to a sort or wedding reaat, nearly all composed ol Indian dlshea. delicious curry and Bendbay ducks, sweet coffee. Indian splccs. and cakes, carinas, out -nf-the-wa fruit, and ba crown all. the hutre hei weddlnaji cake niter oatin- we adjourned " another mom, where an iniiian anheetra intandMad an the fiiMr and played weird inuaknl Instruments ami a man ib.-at mi-iDit'-noosly n a terntom. STEAMER USED FOR FUNERAL In ftilllllMent of a provision In his w ill that his bndb s uild be bW.ll nl sea. Hie funeral ot A V Spence flltoh man "f Welmmith. Kngland, took place r Cheaper Lamps We quote the following re duction! ir pnet of Latest Type Mazda Tungsten Lamps HOUGHTON COUNTY Phone 100. Houston; Phone 104, S)v-n miles from the atMMN at Port bWd A steamer was chartered ! r the ptarpona. The bwaal abrt-tcn ii tendncttd an betlld bj be, s. Beer kins, i friend or Hitchman. Th- Is 'v, sewn up In anas and hea.ilx weisht ed. Wa4 placed In a lm.x. wldch waa overed with a I'nion .la- li. I MM and of the box was dotecbaallt, to thai when It was tilted l he bjOdb Would uuii-kly diaappcur Into the pea Hitch iran. who w.ts edu ati .: al Rus rJ .ailed lo the bar. owned at one time a large steam yacht, He inlient 1 ,i fortune free Ma I itber. t brer er CHEAP BARGAINS but not Cheap Furniture HERE ARE TWO BARGAINS THAT ARE REAL HUMMERS No. 3. one 6 ft. quarter oak D ng table n Al condition $5.28 i quarter saw buffet, r real No. 4, one quarter saweo. n. beve'ed glass buffet, I real snap at $12.00 F.W.ISAACSON New and Second Hand House Furnishings 431 Fifth Street Phone 7991 We deliver gords bought here- SIZE NEW PRICE Wattt Candle Power Clear Froeted 25 20 $0.50 $0.53 40 32 SS 59 60 48 7b 83 100 80 1.10 1.17 150 120 1.b5 1.75 250 200 2.30 2.4S D sccunti given on Standard Pack age Lots. ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. Calumet: Phone 15. Lake Linden.