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MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1912.
THE CALUMET NEWS
David : Goldstein lecturer, Ad
dresses Audience in Calumet
Socialism ; was etven a Severe joi
at the. hands of Dilvld Uoldsteln, lec
turer M the . tMumel theater yeter
day afternoon; when,' before an uuili
erne ut mul tlnin 1,300 persona
both ?xeK her. delivered a stinging re
nuke to Sovfalim an defined today,
nd it relation to religion.
M. C. Shea presided .over the meet
lug, and during1 the afternoon Belec
tloiitt were rendered very pleasingly
by the Mat-red 'Heart high sechool or
cliestrli 'and'tlfe male chorua. person
ally conducted tiy Prof, Kspel, organ
(at and 'Choir master of the fciacrtd
Heart church.' .
Mr." Ooldsteln took for his subject
Socialism, and its Relation to Iteli
gloii and the Christian Family lie
prefaced hla remarks by referring to
ttie Socialist publication issued at
Hancock, which he called a slanderous
FheeC end added that It seemed to le
the policy or me rsociuusis 10 poison
the minds' of people in an endeavor
not to get them to listen to anyone
who -was opposed' to their doctrines
He also referred to the "Appeal to
Reason," another Socialist organ
which was not flattered any by tin
Mr. (loldsteln stated 'he. wished to
impress upon his hearers that the
Holy Name soclet5 under whose aus
pices he was appearing, was not a po
litlcal society In any sense of the
word. It had no interest whatever In
who was running- for office either in
this county or elsewhere. The Holy
Name Ss purely a religions society, he
Fald. i. He . referred to- Socialism as
pRuln.it religion i and the family. He
:it,l that there were '67 varieties of
Socialism in the Social 'pickle barrel.'
"I mean 57 confusions , to dodge their
own teachings," he said. lie defined
religion .as the belief that Ood created
heaven and earth, that. He created man
and gave him a free will and the pow
t-i to distinguish betvyeen ' good and
Socialism, the speaker said, had
a foundation principle opposed to re
ligion.. The ; Socialists propose a
'class-less", society, "but all the same,
H ere will be some big- Debs and some
little Debs looking- for Jobs," he de
clared... "All. through history." said
Mr. Guldstein, "there were classes and
It Is reasonable Jo, presume that there
always will be cJaBttes. :;
"If we are to call ourselves Chris
tians, we must believe. In. the ten com
manding nts. , They existed through
Slavery and feudalism,' and they exist
tcday on Just the same principle as In
the Ix fciiijiing., jWheu.we :gt down to
nu k bottom., suffering in the world Is
It's Olive Tablets
P or You!
Iteware of. the habit of constipation
a develops from Just a.few tonstlpat
i days, especially in Old 1'eople, un
has y.u take yourself In hand.
I'oax the Jaded bowel musj-lea back
to iionnal action with Dr. Edwards
Olive, fablets, the substitute for cnlo
nH. .Don't force them to unnatural
action with severe medicines or by
merely flushing out the intestines with
'ty, sickening cathartics
Dr. Kdwards believes In gentleness
Insistency und Nature's assistance
Ir. rewards' Olive TahUta oil the
towels; their action is gentle, yet pos
'J hero is never any paiiK or
Enplng when 'Olive Tablets are used
Just the kind of trenmerit old persons
mould have. . .
i uk ()VH Tablets mixed with
'I've oil and have no trouble with your
uowelH or stomach.
"Every -.little Olive Tablet has
em.,i nil Its own." 10c and 25c
ler box. .
The olive Talrfet Co., Columbus, O
JQY A If
11 TJIEATRE L
. Nex to Post Office
E. C. RICHARDS, - Mgr.
The Beach Combers
, Molies Drama. "''
; Hon.ity ?, thV bt.t policy A fam-
ILw .poor B,ach Combers bocomt
IS?' X-.W b di0 fortune
I . . " na, only- to discover
r it atoltn money. The blow was
J ut t pal i to bo hon.it as you
?' -ii ; f.'"
uster and the Gypsies
. Lite paving
Mary i i stageand
- i - J.:-, a
0een or the" Kitchen
Wong, the River Nile
,PrM,NQ FRIDAY, NOV. 1ST.
wSru $20000 PRODUCTION.
WATC" p0R FURTHER AN
due. to violation of one or tbe other of
the ten cornunmdmentM. According to
SoclalWt literature we are tMd that no
matter what the crime, private prop,
erty Is the cause, in fact the cause of
all sin !n the world."
Mr. Goldstein-referred to the other
political parties, the Republicans,
Democrats ujid . Progressive.1 all of
whom have atheists within their ranks
and asked his hearers to name any
one affiliated with these parties who
had., to renounce his religious light
before he could become atlillated.
"The Socialists have written book's
in favor of free love, atheism, etc.,"
Fald Mr. Oolditeln, "and are circu
lating these books in tills country
teaching of 'Socialism." Mr. Gold
stein bald that In the book he had
published he had charged the Social
ists with advocating free love and
atheism. After referring to the 400
lectures'' if the lyceuni course of the
Socialist party, each costing J300,
making a total of $120,000 In the in
terests of tho cause, besides tlm
amount raised through the sale of
IKociallsljc: books and literature, he
asked Ids hearers how a man could
vote for a party that advocated free
love and atheism. "Free love," said
Mr. Goldstein, "Is false, morally and
hlstorl-ally." Mr. Goldstein quoted
from I he books on "Involution, Social
and Organh'," 'by Arthur Morrel Iew-
1:4, and other standard works of the
Socialist party, which showed conclus
ively, l.e said, that free love and
atheism were part of the tenets of the
party. Ie had met Socialists who
claimed that the party had nothing
againlt religion, 1,ut he always refut
ed this ptatement by asking them why
they circulated so many thousand did
lars worth of honks against religions
j lid the family.
"Socialism Is based upon the ma
terialistic Interpretation of history,"
said Mr. Goldstelu, which was the
keynote of his lecture. He referred to
the party's platform of four years
ngo, In which religious disbelief play
ed a conspicuous part. He referred
to a Socialist minister, who said that
Christianity, was bound to go down.
Regarding Christian Socialism, Mr.
Goldstein said he always liked to
quote A. V. Stlrton, at due-time editor
of the "Wage Slave." published at'
Hancock, who was a reverend, bull
who had the good grace to drop the
title after becoming a Socialist, who
said that Christian Socialism was like
a guinea pig-, for a guinea pig Is not
f I'lg. neither does It come from Guin
ea. . '
He said that the Christian belief
was that there is a God. and that God
ordained, one man and one wife' as
pictured. In the garden of Kden. Mr.
Goldstein said that the Socialists stat
ed that fits book was full of filth and
falsehoods ' He granted the first part
of It, because all the filth came from
the Socialistic publications, which he
took occasion to quote from. He
,'tnt back to the days of Rome when
women were looked upon tis mere
pleasures of man, and Raid that Chris
tiitnity -came along and ameliorated
their condition. The Catholic church
picked woman up as the Ideal of purl
ty, and set, her up on the pedestal, the
Blessed Virgin, the mother of God.
'Mr. Goldstein again referred to free
love, ai;d showed that the Socialist
doctrine was that no third party had
the right to Interfere in their marital
relations. In other words, a man dl
vorced his wife without the aid of
state or church.
Mr, Goldstein said that Catholicism
does not . forget history. She knows
the j;art Socialism played in the
French revolution, .when n figure of
the Blessed Virgin Mary was pulled
from the" dome of Notro Dame Cat he
eoral, children were slaughtered, and
oilier atrocities committed, and also
of the history of Barcelona, where the
populace ran to the Catholic Instltu
tlons, razed them to the ground, dug
up graves of nuns nnd carried the
bodies through the streets. In con
elusion the speakers nskedhis hear
ers on behalf of Christianity to be
ware of the economic devil that would
attempt to destroy the Christian fa ml
ly, had It within Us power so to do,
At the conclusion of his address tw
Socialists In the audience asked Mr
Goldstein questions, one of which was
Ir. reference to "free love," the ques
tinner Adding that Christ said, "Love
your neighbor as thyself." Mr. Gold
stein said that the Socialists believed
that free love was the right to marry
and srnerate without Interference of
church' and state. Live up to Chris
tlanlty and the government of the
United States, and all evils will be
practically 'eliminated. The Socialists
think they can do better by pulling
down the Stars and Stripes, and put
ting up the red Hag. Mr. Goldstein
roasted Debs, who he said had done
nothing for the working man of this
country and eulogised men like John
Mitchell, who had brought' about
G. U. RALLY
Former Congressman McKinlay
Talks on tha Issues
IVliilcal issues ami not peroralities J
formed the subHtance of the discission
b.v Former Conuressman Durn-iu K.
McKinlay of California, and Hon. H.
ilia louinr, VpreenUtlve from this
district at the Republican rally In the
Light Gvard armory- Saturday evening.
The rally was largely attended and was
by fir the most satisfactory that has
been conducted here tlurinif the cim
pMlgn, frt m the standpoint of the voter
seeking Information and enlightenment
m the real Issues of the camimlgn.
Mr. McKinlay discussed tbe tariff in
detail, emphasizing- his remarks by
f Kures tnd statistics of all kinds. He
stated that the tariff H brought up tm
an isue every ton or twelve years,
but the Republican party had done Its
utmost to take tho issue out of politics
and place It In the hands of a non
partison commission. Mr. McKinlay
declared that the American people
should settle at once and for all time
i lie question ol whether a protective
tariff should be provided or u tariff
for revenue only, snch as the Demo
rats advocate. Hecause of the spilt
in th. Republican ranks, thero Is a
danger that the Denvcratlc jirty will
carry the election and have an oppor
tunlty to further exerlmer.t with tar
iff for revenue only, inviting disaster
such as was visited upon the country
in The only safe rnema-r of ad
justing the tariff is tc place It In the
hands of a commission such as that
create! by President Taft.
The annual expense of running tho
uovernment Is aboit ll.K-O.COO.OOO.
said -Air. McKlnlav and but about
SO.ui'U.OOO is raised through tho cor
poration tax, receipts ftom courts, in
lernal revenue and postal receipt. The
remainder must be raised bv tariff.
tariff for revenue orvlv would h-tv
lo be un ad valorem tariff, affecting
necessities as well as luxuries aaid
would work a hardship on the xorer
P'-ople, while a protective tariff, levied
Tarlton and Tarlton
. Comedy Musical Sotted.
Barnes and Ashcr
Comtdy Singing and Talking.
3 REELS OF PICTURES
COME EARLY TO AVOID THE JAM.
. DAILY MATINEE, 2:30.
EVENING SHOWS. 7i30 AND 9i00.
many rerorms for the working classes.
Mr. Goldstein said that he knew
whereof he spoke. He was a trades'
unionist, a member of the cigar mak
ers union for the past twenty years,'
and had been working at the bench as
a. working man until u few months
ago, when he was called to go upon
the lecture platform.
Mr. Goldstein was received with a
.reat deal of enthusiasm throughout,
end despite the length of the meeting
which occupied two and one-half
hours, the majority of the audience
stayed until the close.
largely on luxuries.' afls ts only thun
who lan ufford to pay.
Mr. McKinlay spoke brlerty In con
clusion on the Inconsistencies and
selfish ambition of Col. RoosexHt, Pro.
gresslve standard boarer.
Congressman oumr made an ear
nest plea, for a rontlnitajice of the Re
publican party In powor. a continu
ance of the prosperity which Republi
can administrations hav given the
'ou n try. He urged the voters to
think before electing- a Democratic
president and Congress, therebv en
dorsinp,. free trade, or before fleeting a
elf. seeking man, making uncertain
nnd vague promises.
'Taft or RocBevdt or Wilson are
nothing to us in themselves. Want
most concerns us Is the prosperity of
the country. We can hold that only by
a continuance of wide ideals of gov
ernment," 'faid Congressman Young-.
' Why shotihl we, the Republican party,
divide and so be beaten? For the third
term candidate rennot be elected."
W. J. Galbraith pits I led as chair
man of the meeting and prior to the
rally the C. K H. band rendered several
selections on the streets and at thear
mory. A committee Ircm the Calumet
Woman's1 club launched a suffrage
campplgn at the meeting by distribut
ing HterntMre and emblems to those
Tho Roso and ths Brick.
Senator Clapp, at a dinner lr Wash
ington, chuckled .over the appearance
before his committee of Colonel Roosevelt.
Raro Spteis of Salmon Csught
Robert I tea tile, a fisherman llvln on
the lid) shore road, near Kscanaba
caught a steel r.ead salmon in Green
bay this week. This f.sh weighed thre
and three-fourths pounds. This variety
of salmon is rare in this part of the
Bullst Fracturtb HueUr's Thigh
The first bunting occldi rut reprtcd
in the vicinity of the Soo since the
season opened occurred in the woods
about six miles from lludyard wltet
Jno. McLaln of Rudyard was accident
ally shot by Marvin Roe, also of Rud
yard. The men had been, tramping
all day, and while walking through the
underbrush the 3S-35 rifle which Roe
was tarrying struck against a liml
and was Jis.-bartred, the bullet striking
McLain, who was walking In front. In
the hip. The thigh bone was fractured
J.'hyslciana who attended him stated
that McLuin was nt In a serious eon
ditioii. The bullet has been removed
and there is no danger of his losing
his leg, it Is believed.
Y. M. C. A. Work at Ntgauns
George D Westerman, of Calumet
upper peninsula secretary for the state
committee of ti e Young Men's Chris
tlan association, was in Negauuee this
week conferring with the members of
the board of education und KujhtIii-
"The colonel," he said, "certainly j tendent Helium, of t)w public schools,
got back at everybody. He reminded
me of the Irishman.
"A friend of mine, traveling in Ire
land, stopped frr a drink of milk at a
white rottaro with a thatched roor;
and as he sipped his refreshment he
noted on a center table, under a glass
dome, u brick with a faded rose upon
the top of It.
"'Why do you cherish In this way,'
my fr .k1 said to his host, 'that com
mon brick and that dead rose?'
"Shure, sire. was the replv. 'there's
certain memories attaching to them.
Do ye see this big: dent in my head?
Well, it was made by that brick.
""Hut the rose?' said my friend.
His host smiled quietly.
"'The rose." he explained, Ms off the
grave of the man that threw the
Had To Change Them.
Servant Girl (at clmdatinisr library)
Mind you let me have the right book
Assistant You always do
Servant Nonsense'- I haye hadl to
change every one you've given me so
Louisville Nashville railway hni
Just ordered 70.000 tons of steel rails
for 111 3 delivery.
'United Statei Imports In
ber ar legated $1 tf,Kr,:',343;
Jl9fi,!M3,Sll. " . ' "
in regard to th establishment of
night school there. v
Roth the Y. M. C A. and puUio
schools conducted- night schools in Ne-
gaunee last year, the former starting
early In the fall and the latter in the
winter. It is now planned to have the
V. M. C, A. and school board work In
harmony. The Y. M. C. A. school wat
conducted under stiei-vlsion of R. J.
Wise, general secretary of the Islipem
Ing association, who was assisted in his
work by school leaders. Sixty-si
persons were enrolled.
The night school conducted by tin;
Loard of education was a pronounced
success last year, and there Is a con
siderable demand for it again this ear.
The systems employed in th? Y. M.
C, A. and the city nig'ut school, r.
toachlng1 the fundimentals, espe, i:iy
thote who are familUr with the Fr.ij
llsh language, are different. The y. m.
C. A. uses the Robert's system, pre
pared especially for teaching the Kng
llsh language. A member of the Ne
gaunee board of education said that he
thought better progress would be made.
If the two schools worked together. I.
was his opinion that It would be a good
thing for the foreigners unfamiliar
with the fJriKlish language first to take
instructions in the "Y" fchool, and later
lo g to the public school.
The Islipeming Y. M. C. A. has made
much better pn.yrcss wilh the Instruc
tion of foreigners than 1iave the orga
nizations In many of the Urer cities
where similar work has been e.uidi'o-
tid thcK.i few .carv. A coiiip;.ri"ot
of the reports f the number of Ktud
ents enrolled in gome if the large
easterr- cities show that the c-lfl'-ers
of the association in Mamu tlr ounty
have d Jiie exceptionally well.
He was a huiden.M. looking ruffian,
and. in the opinion of the b;- (Mors
in the law courts, he didn't st-ind
much of a chance.
'His counsel, his voice hllsk.v with
emotion, was addressing th Jury.
"Gentlemen." said he, "my l.';iit I
a veiv poor man. was dilwn bv
hunger h.'hI want to tuke tlie mial!
sum of money. All that he wanted wos
sufficient money to buy fod for .hi-
little ones. lXI'lele of tills lien llr the
fa'.'t that he dl.l not tak;- a jKu kelkook
containing lirty m.iiihIh in notes that
was lying "bout the room."
The counvel paused for a moment to
make bis appeal more, dramatic, but
the silence tjmt ensued was lntemipf-d
by the sobs of the prifoiw r.
"Why do j on weep?" asked the Judge.
"Hetau.Si- I Uldn't see the jMn ketbool:
t)lere,, replied tb. prb'oiit-r iii heart
To Celt Lucky Pennies
l.ucky pennies" Ur I be asslftaiu-e
Of the- blind lire I in-. latest scbelin
evolved by I'ostmaster llollxill ot
Oenrnark who Inlioduied tiie Christ
mas stamp bleu for the support ol
ct nsiimptlon hospitals. He has de
signed it penny which Will be given by
babies Who Se the ligbt for tile first
time to thost- who never see it.
Ibis penny is to In- col:i by the
million and .'.ld to all the mi wiven li
Diniiiark. The midwive.i then sell the
penny to Jh parents of the oew-hori
i nun woo win pay r.r It a''. on!in'-r to
their meads uml incllu:! I io ,s. ThH
money will then be given f ir the Flip
port arid education of the blind. To in
terest the 111 id wives Jh the matter, tl ell
insurance and old-age funds -will lie
given a pert- ntage of the sales.
THOUSANDS OF GRATEFUL v
from women in all parts of the Cniled
Slates and Canada who have lieen re
lieved from almost every form of fe
male complaints such as Inflammation,
ulceration, displacements, tumors, Ir
regularities, periodic pains and back
ache, by I.ydla R I'inkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, are on file, in the I'ink
ham laooralories at Lynn. Mass., bit
no letter Is ever published without
written request or consent of the
Kvery suffering woman owes It to
Herself to give Lydia K. l'inkham.
Vegetable Compound a trial.
For Every Baking
llest because it's the
purest, liest because
it never fails. Best
because it makes every
baking light, fluffy and
evenly raised. Best
because it is moder
ate in cost highest in
At your grocers.
VoIJ'a Pur Food Epe
titutn, Chicago, 111.
Pari F.i petition, iiuu
Marvii. IS) 12.
ADVERTISE IN THE ' NEWS.
LAKE SUPERIOR COPPER ISSUES OFFER GREAT
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT THIS TIME
Continutd From Psg Three.
wall Is quartzlte with limeBtone hanging, these character
istics usually affording the best formation for developing
.substantial ore bodies. This ore showing is about C00 feet
southeast of the 'McOaw ehaft and H00 feet east of the
eastern limits of the ore developed on the 6th level and
It is very likely that ore will also shortly be cut on the
12th level In the crosscut being run southeast to Inter
sect the Great Eastern fault, and which will then b
(ended to the Limestone fault. We understand from pti
vate sources in Globe that there has been n little change In
the formation In this 12th level southeast crosscut, and it
would seem to Indicate they should be In ore at this point
In a u!iort while.
Yhe north crosscut, onhe 12th level toward the Old D:
minion fault has passed through 14 feet of favorable look
i-g ground, but carried no ore at the point where the vein
was Intersected. They have also been getting some silver
values in this north 12th level crosscut, and the showing
all In all Is very encouraging. ...
The management has been successful In getting together
a force of men sufficient to operate to about C0 6f cap
aclty. The past Thursday, 13.000 tons of ore were handled
This compares with a capacity of 22,000. Nevada Coii
solidated is also (preparing' to resume operations.
Utah Copper's production for September was 6,965,000
pounds compared with 11,840,000 pounds the preceding
month. These figures represent smelter outturn, and re
fleets only partially the shut down at the mine, which took
place on the 12th of September.
SOUTH LAKE f.
During the past week, double shifts have been worked
tn sinking the shaft, and it will now be sunk more rapidly
The rhnft has now obtained a depth of about 75 feet. At
u depth of 60 feet two seams were encountered, carrying
onslderable 'sheet copper. The new compressor recently
nstalled Is working quite satisfactorily.
The quarterly statement Just issued shows an Increase
Ir. the surplus for the past three months of $3.34.00 after
the dividend was deducted, also exploration expenses, and
Includes the dividend from the Tonopah and Ooldfield Rail-
load stock, In which they are heavily Interested. The pro
fits for September, It Is stated, were practically $155,000
or J5M cents per share.
According to the quarterly statement, the liquid assets
now amount to $1,931,619. This Includes cash on hands,
railroad stocks and bonds, certificates of .deposit and loans
CALUMET A ARIZONA
The meeting for dlvldenl will be held the latter nrtof
next month. While there havi hn n rm.ii ...mun.
made, It is generally conceded there will be an Increase
In the dividend rate.
While the new amelter la being financed from earnings,
with the exception of development expense the properties
under option have not 'been a burden to the treasury, as no
large payments are to b made this year.
From present Indications, It Is very possible the option
on the New Cornelia property which expires the latter
part of next year will be exercised as the developments
have been quite satisfactory to date. The development
work as planned has been only partially completed. This
work consists mostly of diamond drilling through a few
lest pits, and shallow shafts have "been suirk more to
check up the results of the drilling than anything else
The property a steam t-hovel proposition with the first
seventy feet showing. carbonate ore, and from there on to
unknown depths, sulphides, both classes of ore running
letter than li. Providing the copper contents can be
extracted at a profit from this carbonate ore it would mean
practically the elimination of all stripping costs, which
have been the bugaboo with mostly all .steam shovel properties.
Blsbee reports that- new ore bodies are being opened
up on the 1,400 and 1,500 levels of the Junction shaft of
the Calumet & Arizona property. Hoth ore bodies are said
to be exceptionally good.
The shortage of labor In the Blsbee camp is being) felt
ns well as locally, it being stated that a train nad of
miners and laborers left In the past few days for their
homes across the waters to take up arms for their res pec
live countries. ' .
MAYFLOWER AND OLD COLONY
ine Mayflower No. 22 hole has 80 feet of practically
continuous mineralization, according to official reports,
In fact, the cord from this hole is as good us the ones
taken from No, 10 and No. 20 holes. Supt. Goodale is
checking up the core, and states It shows more fine copper
than the' others.' No. 22 Mayflower Is located 223 feet
northeast of No. 17.
Old Colony, hole No. 19, has been in mineralized ground
for the-last ten days, cutting one formation showing 7
feet of mineralization and another C feet.v However, this
hole has not penetrated the Mayflower lode as vet.
Present Fay left this week for the Fast, after a stay
of several days In the district. He Is particularly well
pleased with condl'Icns at both Mayflowe; and Old Colon,
and feels satisfied that the diamond drill work at these
two properties has proven one of the richest zones of cop
per, rock Uiat is yet undeveloped In this Iike Superior
We understand that the management of both properties
ore seriously considering the question of sinking a shaft,
though as yet no official announcements have been. made.
H Is rumored there Is a llkllhood of an agreement being
entered Into by both companies to sink a shaft close to
the boundary line, the expense to be borne pro rata. The
proper solution of this problem, however, would, be a
onsolldatloji of these two properties.
If rhaft sinking Is decided upon by either of the prop
erties, it will probably mean an assessment though they
have sufficient funds to prorecute diamond drill operations
until next spring. . . , '- . . i
CALUMET SI Friday, Nov.,
A. H. WOODS presents
In Edward Peple's Groat Play of the Civil War
As Played Twenty Weeks Chicago Opera Mouse and
Six Months Liberty Theatre, New York
Se dally minors for criticism from tlir cities played.
Parquet and first 2 rows Par
quet Circle $".50
Balance Parquet Circle .... 1.00
Ba leery 75
Balcony Circle 50
Box teats ... 1.50
Seat Kile at Forster's. Wed. Oct. ?0lh at A. M.
THURSDAY EVENING, October 31,1912
THE CALUMET LYCEUM BUREAU takes creat
pleasure in presenting as the first number
on the course at the opening of the
- fourth season -
WESTER A.. LONG
One of the most popular lecturers on the platform
A MAN YOU CAI! HOT AFFORD TO MISS HEARING
Do not forcct the date.
Get your seats early.
Price lo Holders of Season TwUlt, 21c ontl 1 1c ettra
Gr NrKAL ADMISSION: Downstairs, 75c ; It ah on v ,(c ; Balcony Circle, 0c
. Seat ftale Opens at Forstera JCewM Stand, Wednesday, (let. 30, 1-91;.