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SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FIV1 Every Woman Wants to Look Differ ent From Every Other Woman 41 Then this will be of interest to you We wouldn't have yon believe that our immenee ptoek does not contain two garments alike, but we want ou to know that this season the range of style i vastl more extensi.e Hum over before. If yon wanl a Bnit or Coal with thai 'differeutM ap pearance. ff yon want a Suit or Goat with exclusive Btyle tea tares. It' you want a Suit or Coal thai characterizes you as a ehie dresser. If you wanl a Suit or Coal w i 1 1 1 grace and beauty of lu.o. Vol MTST COME To Woodward & Waltz FORMERLY RED FRONT STOilE. CHARLES UKSILA LEAVES. Wrll Known Hockey ami Ball Player Goes to Po-!and. O ejon. "hus. 1'lo.iln leaves -in Sunday f " I Vorllaml. orru.in. "In ''- I Wl" I'lax o;iiM- bjeba wiUi one "f iii nine in that it. sum tii.' Keweenaw .Miner, t'liajii.' played ith Ihew last'rf Musket. Brealrflaal food tuppttea ; car, und th" diss of ball li" put i-j'. Hli powdf, ;ii;.i I hiiniliuiK stenk vmn be Jaaflfjri iy ov- faM that Ne atfliTlia i.uiic. whale a I'unnei-oiike ik i'Ivo S.M Mr day u his wot !;, and .Vets M MM wiuMinur. Then avvav S ii.OO ir week fir ;la..iti4 I um-'oiiII. He ahoot for all that flajttUQfl 'lav. in sdeMttan to tMa iii transportation I Bhoota to hi.s ear. ihoata to Ma work, mi- the loSS Wp li furnished him and Bhoota here, sii...is iSare. iiiuo i ra avpottal km back, if ha decides t" return beta in tin- I an. la is one f the era k i j.o k i 1 1 . r of th- cop per country, said aa n un ', lo hociitm i avc us. Al W,iiiT-i to Canada. Al William'. Mi hawk i. wall knov. n rtiort stop Miid hicke player, will leavn aaxt week, bavtae been signed i the Berlin team Canada, While Ms uoniu ctiuult'S tiM Mohawl ler.in. i . . iir iilfiiK'-d thai such a s;n (jv pUyar tutt a dhance to maKa pood in fjt( r lomparo', uf hi if auecfai In Ber- Our Clothing Dept. 1 '&-v'Jy ft S NOW COMPLETELY 4 ' f STOCKED WITH SOCIE- g ?. ,f TY BRAND CLOTHES if, Wi l IN ALL THE NEWER ( M t.Tff J CLOTHS AND IN MANY C Jl j ; hj if NEW COLORS FOR THE ,, Jl W ,V j COMING SPRING AND f 'j 8JM.MERNDVY8OU WL yjlM M jTvivian Jr. & Co. M jpwjapi; iPMjBC. f ";Pt Scit Si rm Clcrtlco Sfc' V "i Mr''TPSk", .FOP YOUWG MEN ' WC dotttri whether ;m two women in America look exactly alike except they are twins, and even I beg there 1s usually some difference. This "of course" pertaina to i'aee a nc l ftyure, lut Imw about I woman's ( ftitcr wearing apparel )) you want to drees ex actly like your neighbor 1 Certainly von 1 not. Ua will mean that lie will h.tv i portrait to work bicker. c an )- THE THIRD PERSON. I know a MM (aCCOUatee! v im ) Who tiiiukn himself an ancient m ika hhooti even . heri A dollar ii'a he thought to link; Rhaota opi to hawSuMik ahooti to di ink. Shoota home al niht. to Urea! id t iiltil; ! BhoutH thruiKh llu iii , mnl Hpciil, at last, hrops. ihaukliil UihI tin- da Is at. ! 'or all this .stu . k fnmi danrn to sleep He cih his vietuals, loilu .-i, aim! ;. p. Ho: Ho a foolish in in im no (And veaiv m:uh like Kdmiiud vou and ni .) Vance Cooke. tupxrifliV in.', AKrtil Dvcker C 'he ENGINEERS TO TOUR AMERICA PARTY OF ENGLISHMEN TO VISIT GREAT PLANTS. CORRES PONDENCE FROM GREAT BRITAIN. London, April 13. A parts of t-it alaaara and err- in erin- uludents from the utli flhtOts, MI technics and Ktet aorka ihroiiKhom tha country Is kutv -Ihk BnpakfM on April 1! on a tour of iii- United stat s and Canada. Landtni t Que-bec. th . will ( iom, tl..- l onti ttaat to Vancouver, eelni and siud - illX all that there is to be aeen oa Op way. The will 'hen i' I ha ttM I i aoPth throiiKh Waehlna'ua. Orepoa and 'nllfornia, j ' visit al' ;hc ilucf i t- a tioii:- i' .. Rouibwatfi and reU.m V.i: thruitrn Colorado aa I the mli.d e V.ist, eirl. .- the tour wi'i isita t pW Vol !'. 'V. hinicti and M. t li. The ureal n.ilwuys, sr.;D(et luni. Is. i- ararlaa, jtteei worka atal latest build i n, t-- win ail raaalva kt.tatloa btnaa Ufa rnajneara. li k athr n . . in n a'.i ne Qaaaclal and m i inj' arranpt II C 1118. Imperial Drn t. The iiuestion of haperhil Seaaa hr.s bean much to the fori of late, an. I the queatlon ot akal ibe Cokxaiaa anli ti" to help Great Hritain to inaliMain her I naval Hupremacv has rcceii' l Iti thare ot attention. The visit whi i lto'.rt U Korden. I'rline MlniHter, a ml Jo'in l. Uazcn. the Minister of Mariv I Canada, are to pa) to London in May has heightened the interval In th . t. tor, partkmlaTiy na to what Canada ontribution is to Pa under her ncv. ad ininistratlun. The id.nlralty will not initiate any propeeakf, the policy of the icovern ment lieinpr thai tha loninlon must make up their mind a tfl a hat they deal re and ate able to do. The will, rowevcr. be i''n nuidan"e, and tha accumulation of naval knowledge nrbleh England has gathered will bo placed at their disposal. Winston S-'pcn.-cr Chun hill. First Lord of the Aduiinilty, In diMLHsainK the matter recently, went further ami said that the admiralty would place th. lacu of the nnvil policy before tin in with absolute HanknesH. The ov"rrinient hein in possessi -n of tin- fact, gathered at the last im partaJ Defense Confen aoe, doea hot ex - pivt the Dominions to do much mere than was aRieed UPOD then. Imperial: ;sts, however, haxc idana that ko tar bayoaal that, maaa wire. uwiSpad bj I'a,'"' Croft) n I'liioniM u.cn.lier, m tbfi delKile on the naval estimates IL soafapajhjd t h t the DoratSoad should each have a tl" t. Austndln and ana t'.n ajkapald afjekj have lour dreadnouKiit miser. South Africa twe or lour, New aland t and the crown colo niee or.e at lrut '( hc:;e Meet tildls Khouid he pait of th- HritiHh tie t. Doubtless 1'nKland would like to i . thia aSStthm tO hat Pee;, but the m.i iot it h'-re v ould he satisfied if tht Dominions would in time relieve tl.c mother co'intrv of the necwaity i pro laotlaaj outlytm parts ! the amDlre and aSahkl her to kaap her fleet fOf liome defense. This iP hat Aufctiv.Ha. New Zealand and Camula pra-l ically ..are!!! to do at Ukl Imperial DafataW t'onferaifoai Canada.'! new proajrai la aafaMtad la w further la tins dbreo- tlon than dh' tlmt laid down by Sir Wilfrid Luiiier in this matter or imperial defenae too. a good ieai f ittaadJ m bj botSU uevoted to th" oj reSOUli ' 8f the Col miles. It la raid that the Itritish RAW) has made R i1 eader advaatcej in tha aat of all fuel than has the navy of an oth. i- l ouptrv, and In a few ear:; im iiict'sp supplies a III I)" r-Mtilred. As it w, not wish to be fh-peiaient upon favaupK eoanliies faP this supply, tne r.ritish overnnnnt haw had ImiU'iles made in all the olonies, not and) lfl iKaid to In. I od, but al.o as t.. p .s finie aappalaa or petn i for nabanariaea, aeiopl i in s and the rew internal on. bajdtton eiiKines. arWeh iotte believe will noon be installed hi matter t il ls ot the fleet. Vll cxn' lt who IMI ed all the colonies has staled that Canada ami n' Saaiapd win he aill io Miimiv their own navlea with oil fuel, anu that In Australia. Snmalil uui, I.Kipt and the Soudan tht output i. u; I ! I asrfns. It h.o, been suaaetei; that icslead of breakuii; up or selllriK obsol"te wai- rhpa the largaf aMi aha aid Sa on- erted Inti. tan4s. in which latvc re serve sup In s could be stored. King Edward Monumente. London is Rata two rnmuriuBti to the late Klnx Kd'vanl. one in th' (inter of the West SM, UM other in the Bnat eni. The former la t be . leeted a. the IM i adltly end Of tile I road ik or (Jreen Park. laclrt lMuklnrham Palace and the Quea ictoria .ni morlal. This Is to cost mon.nno. a wr unall tortlon of Hie sum raised n London Pat a niemoria to Kim. T".d .11 d. it la to ha an etafcv ..rate iie-' ' ! -"Ulptiire mil nr. hitee tlire. !t will hive a heiRllt ot about I;; feet, with a width oi .1 fuel anu deotli of if. f-e! at the liase. n thr south side raretnej SMciilaaTaaun Paiai " there will lx" a bronse statute ot Klnn Inward. I little over iO fret hiKh. th nature win be in the pahea af the Or der of the Oarter, lenrir.jc the orb .nu, aeeptre. and will stand on a ped-'sial attached to an architectural central pedestal, Hanked by columna bear.nj; a lajajajaaj arvpp ei st. CHmpjSS and th rrtii.7on. Supportlnv th statue of the Kinu an either aide of the minioHai v ill lc sejitrd flKurt s In bronze, repre-s.-ntlius 'Peace.'' ar.d the hospitals beaiins the rtaff of l. i.lapms Ats.ie these side Pjrures will be the ro.al nrms In ibn n:.e and stiin. Ot UM lorth aide, faclne Piocadilb . w III tf a bronzi uroun i epetaentlaai " rbltratlon (jaell- in Htnre.'' The pedeetaJ amj arcMtat - tniMl faadarea will be In Portland I Thf sreater amount is to l.. -i. nf J o0 the Bast End memorial, which u) to SIR KNIGHTS TO ATTEND CONCLAVE NUMBER FROM CALUMLT WILL BE PRESENT AT TRIENNIAL MEET AT DENVER AU GUST 12 TO 15. A delcKUtlon ot lopper COUlltr) Knbjbta Templar will attend the thii- lyaeooaal uHaotilal uaaadava t he bold at Denver from Auk '-' ;,) W. Rn leetehamefM matures .i an aakSorau nature are heinir l.rt tmi ed for tl. visitiiiK KniKiits. So nsorouph is thv Denver orjfHnliatien whih has this work in charjte thai VM t thla early date plans are tai ieond the tenta tive stane. K. ft Sir Gorn'' W VaP.-i v . chair man of the triennial comn :ttee. has eathered around Mm an active for. c of sub ommittees w hich has tul en uold of the many details of the herculean task of prejNirinR for audi an import ant national affair as the eoncksVO in a manner that assures tiitinn fratara the time of their Uvea. LI J. bel Temple the beautiful 1a sonlc structure which utands .n the i low of Capitol Hill, overlooking tho magnificent Rockv .Mountains, has been injmsed by Colorado Conunandery Xu. I for the entire week beginning August 11, where ocn bouse will he maintain ed for visiting fraters, Colorado Con, man t vy So. ol' Denver, has abgaped the Broadway Theater far the aama purpose, md, be tween the two. visiters will be enter tained In regal splendor. Kver.4ody in Denver la looking for ward with enthusiastic interest to the conclave. This Interest exteiefe t m cry ilty. town and h unlet In the state: for it should be understood that Users are many people In 'olorado who can hark back to the vent- 1SJL' Whoa the LniKhts Templur met In Denver at one of the most brilliant conclaves In tin history of the Masenk urder. Ko tom anUaan hah) m Dewvar ahaaa has eclipsed th" splendor of tliat i.-.C. lake the form of a small park, with a statue of the late king in the aenter. Shadwell .Market owi ed by the Cii. of L .ndon. and leawed to the Lonin n County Council, has teen aatpaired tor the psPmoae, and the 1 art of Loud n Authorlt.v has given a small p.ot of land addolninaj te fnhu ISa aa i Vbreuthlnc space.'' An ebankinent is to be bill; on the Thames ldc. aothal when conapteted the i uaa of the di- trlct. shleh is la i : ly of tha sluii-. character, Inhahlti I una famllkm ei tin Pool laborers, will have ,.r e of the mrpeet parks in he akat Bad. The en-tin- cost of the park and st nue MJ Sa (limited at ov ol n iH it .olll'of dollar Mori than half ! thla has h sub- :.erilM'd. one lad . alone mr 12.. 000. The Cost of Living Has gone up like this line, in the last ten years But the slope of this line shows the during the The Cost of Lighting Houghton County Electric Light Company ivcnt, una Sn KniKht'i IhroUsTfcOUt tl. country whi. vlsttttl l.-nvir M Iha occasion talk lUnuit ihe liotpiti-lit i olor.iii ' U henev r . capital i nV evei group ot I In in lot',. I t ureth er. Hut Deower win make tin aaaaawJ visit af the Knin'its Tempi ir a far more briHUMJVt event man the first The ekeetrfcal illwmlae tiara at aaSSf will surpass .ui thln In ret. f , seen in thiM alt) Denver hi known tar and wide as tl " I'itv of Lights," but dur ing the sokMira af tha Tamplsrs Dea- ver will be a "Diaz, of LiRhta" iaili abjbd. the decorddhra aflecl aofteaad bafaj and there by a eator ecbeme thai ill In ntistie ami bcamifu:. The ehairiiuin of the LI. t rn-.il Il lumination i 'ommittee is Sir WUUam J Barker, vice-president of the Din .er lias ami Da irk Ughl oempasiy. and ho aeya the . utile world will nave sornethlap to p ik odooal a heat be ets throiiKh with hl liKhtinc. w heme for Denvi r dui'ins ''omlave Week. I A hands me booklet sh. wii ni..n jsreiue attraetlons of t'olontdo, ai d l.eautiiul and interesting s. .-nes In Denver has been puhlished b) tlM triennial lomniiitee for distribution to the diil'erent coininan.lcrP s throughout the IIQSJHll I BASEBALL STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National League. W. L. Bet Cincinnati 1 0 tiSPf Baataa 2 0 lM St. Louis 1 0 l,t 00 New York 1 1 't0 Hnoklyn 1 1 .000 Pittsburgh 0 1 .000 Chi. ago 0 - .000 Philadelphia 0 2 .j00 American League. W. L. Pet Philadelphia 2 1.000 Cleveland - L0O0 Boaton ! I I 1000 Chicago 2 0 1.000 Washington 0 I .000 New York 0 2 .00 8t. Ijouls 0 I .Ooo Detroit 0 : .000 Today's Games. National New York ut Htooklyn. Philadelphia at Host on PlttNlnirgh at St. Iouis. Chicago at Cim innati. Aimriean h;t. I.nis at Chicago. Detroit :it I'levelalld. Wa.diington at Philath-'phla. Boaton at New York. YESTERDAY S GAMES. National League. St. Lands, ICo, April 13. St. Louis a great increase in the amount of light that one Kilowatt hour will give. Light today, with Tungsten Lamps, cost decrease same peroid I Ittcburtfli nnii' iM.stponed; rain R H ' Im iniiatl . . 0 0 I 0 1 0 0 0 1 S 7 Ohkmara -. . 100 ioioooo i 8 r .ti.ili.- lieiitoii and Mcl-aii; Al Int) m und Arctier. II lloeton (Miooatijx Philadelphia . . 0 1 0 oil o 0 0 1 'J .. I i:..ttet i,-- T i i ..ii. I KIuijc; Killif. i Brearaa and i iraheahj u i iuooklyn In:: mi x 4 :i New Yolk 0 II 0 I 0 0 1 0 'I ti 4 Itatterlea Knetzer S- liardl and Li -win; Tesrcau and llyora. American League. It li ri. v . land . . .11 tl 1 M 1 I .' I 1 tetratt o o u o l o o o l J Batteries Baalrett and Has' U illet; and SI HlUfja i Chicas ... . .0 (Ml 0 0 ( 1 0 01 1 St. 1O'IIK . . . 1 0 0 IM.M) 0 0 0 1 H B 1 1 l liatterUs S ott and Ulock; Powell end Kritchell. B II L Phil idelphla . . .0 0 0 3 0 0 OOfc a 7 0 W ashington . . .SSP-l 1 I Z Ibiltcries Morgan and Thomas; Walker. Williams and Henry. It R New Yorti I UHIMiO 1 no Baatoaj 3000000:10 :, 10 0 Latteries Ford, Warliop and Street; ( rpricii and I'arrlgan. Amsrican Association. Louiavlllo ; Minne.iolis I. Imli map dls Z; St. Paul T. '. lumhUa I; Kansas City 1. Toledo j; .Milwaukee 0. "A Spanish Dilemia" The Engagement Ring" A Story ot the Circus" "Five Senses" Crucial Test" 'A Flurry in Furniture" SUNDAY APPIL '4TH ENTIRE CHANGE OF PICTURES. there been DOYAI V THEATREi 1 J Next to Post Office! i in the cost per Kilowatt hour of electricity, but there has been only one-thirQ as mucn as it did 10 years in GRAND m THEATER UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE A LONG LIST OF FEATURES. TODAY 2 -N if ty Girls-2 &las iter act and THE PATCHWORK QUILT sensational rjip-oad picture. TOMORROW ONLY With the Boys on Diamond S Ranch- broncho busting, steer throw ing, reckless nd.ng MONDAY FOR 3 DAYS De Bourg Sisters French illusionists Direct From Europe. WEDNESDAY ONLY The Last Rites of the Main "Remtmber the Maine" STILL MORE COMING. WATCH I CROWN THEATER McDonald - and Benereux The Scotch Lassie rnd Her Laddie A Genuine Scotch Comedy Act SCOTCH SONGS, SCOTCH DANCL3. HEAR THE BAG PIPES 3 Reels of Pictures GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS MATINEE DAILY 2:30. EVENING 7:30 AND 9 00. Not only has a decrease ago