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SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
THE GALUMET NEWS page rrvi Roval Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Makes delicious home baked foods of maximum qualify af minimum cost. Makes home baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar WARNS AGAINST FIRE DANGERS STATE FIRE MARSHAL ISSUES AN IMPORTANT BULLETIN GIV ING ADVICE TO HOUSE H 0 L 0 E R S. AN ALL YEAR 8CHOOL EXPERIMENT IN NEW JERSEY. lire 444444i944v!t$444'M'44 I Ltfa tin work of tht Weelejran church o ; iicinj; ( iic of the Sunday Mkol sev- NEWS FROM CORNWALL. . ivtaii.-s. ami also a poor" steward. . Air. lilt. liens, who was uniii.u neci, The following news ileum irom t oruwall. will be rend with interest: in I'en.anee today (Satin elax ', ) 0001 was v tailed at 's. 'd and L'a. 3d. per v.wL, the higheHt prieo reached sin. (he strike. The reason assigned Is l hut there is very little coal in the town, and retailers are nixing not less thM Mi per Ctot for it. The St. IMy team still continuea Its victorious career on the football field. Visiting t'liin'oorne on Satui -t'ay they flofooieo Holnwp'i Work team to the tune of 17 points to ti. St. Day was the better team all around. Tie y heeled ( leaner and some of their paeetng will of a hiffh wlanilar.l. In the loose play they controlled a greas hall will, tWO of the tries resulting directly from tvell thought out drtb l.hs. Whit ford (J). J. C Hlelmrda (21 ami Jilhei'f were the try getters, while Main Kicked a goal. Trewccke and Ham led a Htmng; puck In fine fash ion, while the hnlves. Pelmear and Mitchell, outplayed their opiionenta. The homesters seemed to be off their game. Hlcnvett, 4'hlnn and Johns show ing the best plux . It is with deep regret that xve have b record the death of Almond .1 Mit el ii-, v hleh look place at Hide-lend on Iriday evening alter a short illness, liiceased. who was a son of the laic Martin Hltchens of Iteelruth, had re sided in Hide-ford for some xeara, be ing a clerk with Messrs. Stephens. I rain end 4'ev. Ltd During fell resi de" nee 'here he was ai tiveH associated was 41 years of age. 'n Saturday, at IVrranporth Wes Uyun church, the marriage of Mib Kmlll" Mitchell, for fourteen years or ganist at the church of Hillside, Fer anportli and John IVesidder, only -on of Mr. William Tresldder of (iooli OOVOn, xx as solemnized 1y the Hex-. I; Bewick, The bride xvhh given axvay i her uncle, a handsome silver tea M n IM from the trustees, choir and ( emgr. -nation of the WY?8)eyan church, and a silxer egg stand from the teach ers and staff of St. Marx 's Wesh van buy School, Truro were among the present. You Will Enjoy Every Drop of Rheingold BEER It will refresh you The right drink with your lunch. In pint and quart bottles. HAVE A CASE DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME Scheuermann Brewery Hancock, Calumet, South Range, Meh... one of the prcitlest and most pop ular weddings solemnized at Redruth loi a considerable period xvas that of Thursday. The contracting parlies were Iticardo Sidney Roxvhc, solicitor of Tlcdruth. and Miss Kthel trladys Oirkeok. elder daughter of Arthur Carkeek, J. P.. C. C, and Mrs, Car keek of Penventon, Redruth, Oreat Interest xvas centered In the event be cause both bride and bridegroom have been onnected with amateur theatri cals in the town In aid of charitable institutions. Th- ceremony was performed at the lore Street 1'. M. church by the Revs. T. J. Dickinson and 1. Iangley of Rochdale. A lire occurred on Friday at Hos koar Council Schools. 'unibornc. where the employes of Mr. Thomas oow tractor of Ctowaa wore engaged In laying block Moors and making th ir alterations. Some boiling tar and pitch In the area burst into (lames and at one time It xvas feared the buildings would catch on tire. The members of the Camborne Klre Itrigadc were summoned, but fortunately services were not required, slight damage WJ done to the I nil i Indent H their Borne xvalls The funeral of Captain Jamefl Ham mlll. of'lCast Knd. Hedruth. took place on Wednesday afternoon. Previous to the Interment. Orelao was conducted ir the Weslcyan church by the Hex, i" Sue bbery. xx ho also officiated .it the graveside. The principal mourn ers Were: Captains J. IVnberthy and Andrew. Mesrs. S. T. Oaken. C. Haw den. pear.c. 11. Hlch. 'arbls, H. Dunn. K, Treeedder, M. Kltto and others. Included among other prominent tnvUMMtnlf ti resent were: Messrs. T. ! W. Jenkln. S Menhlnlck. S. Loonier, I T. Halls. .1. Matthews. W. 1'appin. H. I Middleton. VV. B Nlelmlls. W. D. Hieb- ards, v. D Hancock J BHery W, M. ! Martin H. Downing. K. J DOVOy, H L Classon. T. H. Hancock. Knnor. A. fhannoii. V Chappel. W. AT. Hn.y and I U. Rogers. It pays to advertise. State i 'li f Marshal '. A. Palmer issued the following important bulletin: Home Fire Dangers. MTIIKR, you care fur our home because It holds aJI that if noHt preei ous tu you. V1!I ITfJll protect it to the best of your ablHtV Will you usall .jossiblo precantloii agaitxt lire.' We krioxv ou will, if you realize the lire dangers in your home atid so xve xxanl to cull your attention to the little careless things that cause ires uid ttn nastily destroy many homes und cost many precious lives. ST-VE8. Use a perf-et stox c II the Ktovc Is crocked, tire is liable to tall on the Ho or. Have metal piotr-r- lion under the stove and book of it. if within txxo feet, of the xv. ill. Do not place kindling in the own. Never leave wood in the oven over niuht. Do not hung elothttkff neai the tOVS Of stove pipe Hover use keroootte t. kindle the (Ira nor alloxv your help to dc so. chimnky DefecUv ch honeys cause many Pres. H im them exam ined by an export and reeireU, it necessary. Have the in HeOOOd DRjCO a year at least. MATCH KS. Never use tin i.aihr or Crack -head match; the safety nuitdi toots n more. Keep phosphorous matches in a metal receptacle xxllh cover. Never alloxv 'our children to play with matches. The hazard to their lives and to your home ,s loo great. Do not threw matches n tie WOOd box or receptudc containing ii i ers. KfcK SKN K. Keep kerosene in a metal can. Alloxv no tilling of lamps or kerosene idl stove b art tibial light. r.S I,INK. This is csiMxiall.x dan ronOMO Keep It In an air-tight metal can, marked "AS I.IN'K " K ever tain gasoline from the can bx lamplight, nor till the pisoline OtOVe xvhen thet is any tire ar und. Never use gasoline (or c leaning near a lire or lajnp. If you must use It. go outdoors. OIL AND OILY RACrS When paint' ins or varnishing Is done In your home, be sure that no oily lags are left ly ing around. Destroy them. Tbtl alBO applies to mops used n freshly varnished tloorr. Keep paint, oila and varnishes In closed receptm ilea, OAS. If you have gas in tile houe. make sure of an outsplde shut -off. Never alloxv swinging gas hrack-ts t be Installed. (Jus toruckcts near win dowf are 1aiL a the window- curtains are liable to flop acalnM the jet, catc h I. re, and In turn tet'the house on fire . i:i.l.CTHIC APrUANOKS These bove brought r.cxv dange"s to the bono. The electric iror. should rest on a roots standard. When not using the iron turn off the current. Del this become a fixed h itlt. Elevtric toasters war.nors, etc., should rest en metal Iwbc. f) not us etOCtJta "ed u-urm-ers. These appliance? are oftOM at tached to alrettdy overloaoed wtrre with dlsitstrous icsults. Never allo'.x incompetent xvorkni'ii to tokMpor with the xviting or eitOtkkeg appiiinces. Never use paper shades Of paper or cotton decorations on yot.r ebclrt lamps .r w'res. Do net hong drop cord. oxe- nails or pipes or OttOpCOtd t he m by Ires. liritlllSH. Do not st .re ( ( l-oot "i other Inllanui'able stuff In trn rottor, The d.impnes.M in.'.c .ause . -ouilei: I kHI Hubbish should not l.e allowed to ac i annulate In cellar. garret or else--wkOre. Have the leaves and rubbish around the house rahed Up. A care less imsser-by may cause a fire 1 tkTOW Ing n ciar stub or match. RUBU18U liUKS. Allow none of thooe nar any building or on n xmdx day: the dangei is too greet. khinoi.k ROOF, The defoctrvO Ohbojle roof Is the best kind of a lire? .athcer. Have it rcpaln-d. lOOtal on t. re proof toofs ou 0007 buildings SMoKINO. Vour husband und sons ought tie know enough no' to 4 MkO In bed. C1gjirta are especially duo geroua from k stardptdpt of fire. Clre should be tnai.'e servant, never his master. Hate Hre. the "MKJ PLeAXfVR." its Voti xvoutel the black plague, rirO lr. edition lit J our home is better than an phttttory ove r the re mainn of your I vcd ones ofdbe sym pathy of your neighbors oyer your property h. GRAND K THEATER UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE OYA THEATRE Next to Post Office E. C. RICHARDS, Mgr. MACK & BURGESS Introducing their laughable absurdity entitled CA3EY THE CLOCKMAKER. I GOOD PICTURES. "The Black Wall" A story of the mines. "The New Constable" Comedy. Pathe's Weekly No. 12 Entire Change of Pictures SPECIAL TODAY The Spanish Revolt of 1836 The story of this is somewhat better than usual. TOUR OTHER GOOD SUBJECTS COMPLETE THE PROGRAMME. and Sunset and Her Only Romance NEW PICTURES' TOMORROW. SUNDAY MAY 5TH "The Illumination" A REAL FEATURE SUBJECT. This picture deeervee prsiee for it method of handling It breathes the atmoephere of Bible fries car' ried on with an undemanding nees lst cer the expei in nt .it practl' ally abolUliing the lonr outline ton and of kcepliiK p't .li. s h. ,,i ., . t, all the year round xvas frustrated by la. k ot the n,cveaery ) -..ei. tie onooal htldet haxinjj been made up before the (ell-.xoar oehHl iropotiiii..n was fo m.ii- x re-comine nded i tpe lohrel ol Kd iK at Ion Thia yoar Ku t inte;nelent r..Un..l aid the Hoard of tOdueiif U'i'a . ..nmiit n instriKtlon hnxe taken time b the loreloek, have madr nn tunate ot the r.- is.ei i xpe?nee tnd Iptvs wt nui t the Ftelmont and Seventh axe-ntte nhcKihe f'- a trial of I lie proposed plan, nil in HlM to meet the tiudK' t rhmilrs' OtentO) If the nr. de.i - $Hli0eJ In appro prloted the . p rinietit xx ill be mode. ' The plan I.h worthy .u a lull, fait trial. It In not wholly near, since It ban. be-en in operation for a yesvr in Cleveland, .. and for if -fanner time in Cambridge. Maan.; but it itc BUBO a radical innovation, mm h a phooaje from the COnrOOO OOOtOM that it is looke cl tileon xvlth Interent, a well an with something like a lack of caeiMeope and xxith a moasiirc of upposition. The chief (ibj(A tion raiM-cl against I he plan xverc: tl) That princrpolf and teachers xxould eb line to vxorki during the summer season, and t. that the pupUs nied the real and n ireotlon that the Oummer vacalion Kixes them. No AltlUultx Ik found, itoxxever, in Kettimt "H the prin ipals and techer! needed fo the expjeri merit. The are reacj to enter Into the plan with true educatlOQOl zeal, and are fully reconciled tu the exa i work because of extra pay. Ar to the seCdtttj Obje -tlon, that th; children ne'enl the auhvmer vacation for tent and recreation, it xvoitld have much more xvelRht it the puplltt got what thex need. In s.int ..f fat t mOOy children in the congested i it districts net little of either In the hot. dtist. noisx, ibtiiReroun street As anainHt thee abJ-.-ct ieeiw a num ber ef claims are mid. .xhich 8em K be reasonable and xvan.intc.l. Itrief. iv tliew are: (1) The larger use of the school building, - the slmrten Iiik of the time, from eMit ears to tx. In which to complete th elementary school eairrieulum; (3) the praportloas ate lesliictlon f the com ..I edie alln the pttplls: t4) the OCromtnodoting f .' per COM more Pttplls, and ( . the poHitive benetlta of educating more c hildren In the higher (rradoa and In high and Induatrinl erhncln. The lame attendance at the summer Schools Sir 00d Ptdtldl d I e a, ell e of the xxllllngnese of n great many children to take advantage of .ccbool comforts and school instruction In the KtimtmT months. The m ItoedreoOaO aie more shady, more- clean more b..lr some and more c orrfoi . . I , than the hot Btreetn and allr and wmi i the work rexrutrOd la the nature of healthy, profitable pi,- These- schools, it mnaof he borrve in Inind. are not for childron xvhc koova ihe city with their parents in tunimer, but for those who - . . t i " t so; for those xx ho must birmiif cage earners earl MAKES BIG HIT IN ESCANABA It pays to advertise. LlCROWN X XXXjxX JL XJXV TODAY A REAL FEATURE MASSEY and BOLTON Comedy Musical. THE VILLAGE BAND. COMING MONDAY. The Greatest Troupe ot Trained . Dogs in America THE "RED STREAK" TO BE PRE SENTED HERE BY M. C. M. STUDENT8 TONIGHT. WAS WELL RECEIVED. The Keel .Stle.liw .vhlcll xvlll b. fic Minted at the Calumet theater this evening- by thv members of the itttcoml Club of the oTiehlgoa College of Mine at HoiiKhton, made a bp- hit in Ksc a -naba where it was preaeiitecl 1 lits n cek. e ..ri . ruing tlx- production the MOTsV ing I're-HS of that city soys: "The Red Streak ' pr. se rit-d bx a compan.. ! stu-ients of the Mi..iiK.tn Coll ago td Mlheo, at the POteroOO op era house- thoroiighl delighted an en tloisiaklic audience- of l's.-an.iba tie.. tot goerg, c( uipb rtoty ovoroomini all of the usual amoteur trMlts the mtomi students last nitsht presenc! c mu sical conieely that had all of the ear marks of a ICOfsaolltnOl BriOOBtatlng of a dellKhtftil c einedy. Chief interest centered in ha x e i -sailb- Spike" HehabOTe xvho itttfeotod the leerformajc e-. l.e arranged und drilled all tbfl chorus, the dO4tC0l tOO aetion of the plOy, and played the pun. ipal . oman's pirt. Pan hit I, daughter cd the viceroy xxith th red ftreak. Ills sinning (end dam ing xvet a revelation. II. M. Bchtc U. H. M, l-'K Ids and J. C Metculfc xsere tie- three mericaii m- tertopaeo I'oeoproetuodo, the ti .ni naineel DOtgOJ the mechanician of the airship. Schii-lc and I ie ..s mil' ted Hie come l honors of C- !.ox and Mt calfe Offered a Straight Juvenile l.art that had moments of geosgOiily meat ac ting. Sc hic-u a Cooey Doyle, one of the students, xxas particttjorij tunny and his rendition of The CaJ i"ii Met in Calumet," the song hit Of the show waa simply beyo: el i titlelKiii. N . 3. Harris ployotl Io. socotai dau'hU!t of the vie,roy, and aaa a buwltidilng ndsa. "Her? ghhmlng rope dame- m the lirst octgjj Intel polated specialty, forced nunieroiiB enooreo, W. B. Benedict played Osneral ol minant. . ,he pOOBTnander of the arm;, and be ceeto mar t'. corrylng ofr the c omecp homTs. c". C, Haacal! ts the landladx of the hotel: K. L. Pryor :m a waiter: ft, A. Rlchardo a the vice roy and K. Carey as maid, all came In for their mead of SI ;-latise and or, merit. Mr. Rlehorda sarag in the see ond act a delightful love bolta I "A Toast to Vour Kx es " aaalated by ..;uartct. a particularly cffectlx-e number. In life; for those who haven't ei!-' yeat to hi re In getting a common teehool etlucation. The x aie- Tot the ones who nave few places in which l piny except the streets, xx here they are in dsmger of bollig run over by :arts If OX ttg trolly cars and aulOMSOtdle -ye;,rk i.V. J News. egWHflBgoW -'1 yJo! aoV aHBaW aff unsr 'W'iM WKKKtKK-' 9 JBBsaBamlllaPWSBwsBgaiB CHAS. A. MURRAY WITH "ALMA. WHERE DO YOU LIVE?" CALUMET THEATER. MONDAY. MAY 6. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." 17ti William N. I 'renvoi t. historian. born in Salem. Mass. Died in I'.ostou, Jan. 28, ISM. 17'.. liar; . r's Kerry sele-eted .i .i site for a aoveriiniellt aiseii.il ami bMsno factory, 1813 The OSeOOd 'aiMdian OtOOOO hoiit. th "Sxx iftsurc. " nuule h r Hist DOOOage from Montreal to Qorbec1 1824 tSen. Rufus Putnam aoldU iba Revolution and looaoiorof too bro4 permanent Mttlemenl M ObJo, died ui llOsieUO, O. Morn In HooOOi hm I I ts. April '.. 17:'K. Itm Urol mm root for the Ooov fee). '.it. naxx at the PMgOjtg nwfc. near New Orleongi isnj Central Magiuder e-vuea-u--' Vorhtown, Vu 1. i Be -innifg of tliJiit's cumpalgu in ii Rinia. r Cheaper Lamps We quote the ductions il following price of Latest Type Mazda Tungsten Lamps SIZE W itts Candle Power 25 20 40 32 60 48 100 80 150 120 250 200 Discounts given age Lota. NEW PRICE 1 Clear $0.50 55 75 1.10 1.65 2.30 Frosted 0.53 59 80 1.17 1.75 2.45 on Standard Pack- HOUGHTON COUNTY ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. Phono 100, Houghton; Phone 104, Calumet: Phone 15, Lake Linden. SHOWING THE GOODS Proper show window lighting is like seeing that your assistants do not stay home one-third of the time when they ought to be at your place of business. Lighting your windows with Tungsten lamps (properly ar ranged) calls for a small investment that pays the biggest kind of returns. The rental value of your store is based upon the number of people that pass in front of it. Dark windows mean that you lose this value alter daylight departsorLAWn up means that you $et your full money's worth. Every attractive show window that is lighted brings more people down town evenings. Electric show window lighting is not costly. It is surprising ly cheap under our liberal terms. Our experts will superintend the installation and make the most effective plans for getting the most out of each lamp. Give it a trial and you will be more than pleased. Houghton County Electric Light Company time thet io adequatt end faithful