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TIIE CALUMET' NEWS
MONDAY. JANUARY 27, 1913. HEAVY FREIGHT ON SOUTH SHORE One Thousand Extra Cars Requir ed to Handle Service .j-. s"li SIm.i; ruil.vay Ih hand- .... Illr.' fr-lM litis wii.ur lliun at ,lllV iln- In '' l,:"s'' t!uVH ,h" Mi" lnr journal. VMI' '' Ii:vy Iraf Jj(. iii.p.-ns iit lliix h'iihii ly nnro !.. it Ih lik-ly 1 I'untinut' at ),;(! until Hi" "P"IK of navigation in ii,.. M.rlnff. Th railway frr-lRlil l.nsiiK this .vt'iir Ih xx"litd to :i l;,rK. . xlfiit owing: lo competition, ami ,ioilu- -rs In ll Hiwh an1 having no iK.iibl.; In Kt'tliiiji out tli-ir Hliipiin-ntM. Wliilc this condition Is prevalent ,tl,,,iiKliout the country the larRcr u:kIs iuvinjf tlio upper hand of t lit! sitii:iti'iti. as usual tin- competition in I li- upper peninsula Ih limited, 'i i, n. iuIi Its connections with the. oen- railways at the Straits and the .,,( th" South Shore Is able to handle .. ..mis between the head of the lakes a nil eastern points as quickly and HikipIv as any road in the country, rnl by n proper arrangement of Its run s ;t has taken u Rood share of the liiisineHS. At present the South Shore ha iiboiit one thousand extra ears scat i, -red .ill over its system between Iu l.ith and the Soo, and more are belli ,,, . ive, dally. The principal, neces for these cars Is in the annual l il iii' nts of flour from the mills for Minnesota, principally those at Du luili. Wliile heavy tinftV in this ma terial 'ias been carried on more than :i month, it has only hern well start i ,1, Shipments of this commodity will ,.,ntintu indelinitely, and will not end ttith the opening of navigation, na ti.itlle in many other kinds of goods, besides tlouer, cannot well be shipped !v water. The South Shore officials have been (ending out hurry-up calls for cars t,,r a long lime and (lie railway that . Hi supply them (be qilUkeM nets the i ;S. The fact that this is a mild v iiLi- throughout the central part of t!,e rountry has a great deal to do with the present good fortune in be itiK able to priHure as many cars as needed. The South Shore has taken n.iitraets for shipping every conceiv able Kind of produce from the bead ,,r the lakes to points in the upper peninsula, upper Wisconsin, the low er iienirsula, Ontario and points In ih.- east in competition with other railroads, because it has provided It self with the means of handling the business ..n a large scale and on time Tin.. nub the Michigan Central rail way it has be.-ii able to gel a large number of cars, and when this sourct- b is failed, the company that can sup l-l.- tic- greatest number in the hort e t linn has had its share of tht . ,.,,it ti Shore biii'ine.is. orders for five hundreds cars h.ie been sent to the Ah.-hinaii Onlral, nt one time and he cause thele is lio Inek of these tiirS mi ban-l at this time of the year, they )i:ie been forwarded without delay. GROUND COVERED WITH ROBINS. Migrating birds sometimes fly in ku.-Ii larne fleck they hi onielle. to uxe thei earth lit.-ud of trees TjI loouing at nifbt. TWs Is erpecially true In set i i, us of lhl. country when the timber has been reinovetK When the forests stood in oriHlderahh ro tent the thous.'i lid-4 of. birds of mailt' species could ea-ily lind comfort-thle shelter wherever thy Ht.oppf-d. Many imagine, the migratory birds onti.-iue their illK.ht until they leach their destination. This If a mistake. Ore.it flocks of hiids often stop to rest and t i search for ne.essnrj foi'. Iiid spring, lutt. nun afictnoon, when there- was a little wet snow on tin- IH-Uh. a great flock of robins stopped In Harrison county in astern Ohio, and they were .ho thick in places they obscured the ground. They dug into the mud about the urass roots for worms, and when night came tho birds remained on the ground, where they continued until early th. next mornum, when they nrosv, In great clouds and flew it way to the, north. Countless thousands wt-n- In thl.i llnck of robins, and it would haw taken acres of timber to lave provided a roosting pl'jeo for the birds. The same thing has been witnessed In other localities. ENLARGE SCOPE OF PARCEL POST Ordinary Postage Stamps Used on All Foreign Mail ELKS' DANCING PARTY. Splendid Musical Program Prepared By the Ideal Orchestra. The Ideal orchestra has arranged a splendid program for the dancing pnr ty to be given in the Klks' Temple Thursday evening, Jan. 30, under the auspices if the Elks' entertainment committee. The program Is as fol lows; Waltz, Ilohemian Orirl. Two step. Ragtime Violin. Waltz. Aiugel Dream. Two step, Moonlight Hay. Walt., Faust. Two step. Put Your Arras Around Me Honey. Ilye Waltz. Two-step, I'm Going Hack to Dixie Walt, II Trovatore. Two step, Klks Choice. Walts. Wedding of the Winds. Two step, l'ut On Your Old Gray Itonnct. Waltz. Dream of Heaven. Two step, Amerivun lilood. Waltz, I'oet and iVj.want. Two step, Low M-. four Extras. Given By Prof. Thomas Wills In On tonagon County. I'rof. Thomas Wills has returned from Mass City, Victoria and Rock land. Ontonacon county. w hero he spent the last three days of last week, giving moving picture enter- llnments. The entertainment at Rockland was under the auspUes of tlie Ladies' Aid socU-ty of. the M. R church, wliile the U.ckland affair was In charge of the M. K. church, of Rockland. A larg attendance was prenent at tln latter gathering, and return dates have been booked. I'rof. Wills' tour was a most suc cessful one. At i acli town five reel.-, of letiirt-H were shown equal to tho best offered at the lto.xal theater it. this ity. (intonagoii county people wre ilinhteil with the class of "movies" !'!tled them. KEWEENAW COURT CASES. Personal Injury Cases Continued ? Session Is Short Ont. Hecnnse of the fact that the per sona! injury eases pending f r trial at the January term of circuit court of Keweenaw county were continued un til the next term, the session was very short one, Judge P. II. O'Urieii ordering the formal adjournment or. Wednesday. The eases continued w-.-i-i. ibriMf. of A. It. Tucker vs ties HmiKhton County Traction company Joseph Maskovich vs Wank Malnar and George TV-SHowon v the Ahmeek .Mining companv. The latter case has b.-en pending for se-vtral months but lias been adjourned several tlmea. Coiinar Liinattl and John Kooperle who wire brought to trial on a stat niorv i-tm r cr orpfert-ed bv a Mohawk uonian were founid guilty of simple as-sault and battery. Heuvy lines wer ii'i i.sl out by the court, however, the total of fines and costs amounting to about $I"iO In each case The only other criminal cases those alb-tin:; violations of the liquor laws were also vortinued. Quick Some Wasters Stop the bleeding, the pain, purifies the cut prevents in fection - protects it against dirt and gertnn, ftinmlaten th healing process, to greater uc tivity. Wasters family Salvo is equally good for bruisea, burns, sores, itch, akin dis eases. 2Sc and &0e a Jr. Money back If not salMed. Webster Chemleal Co-, St l'siil, Mlnu. - Webster Druggists Everywhere CHILD'S GARMENT, This dressy frow n 'for a little plrl Is of White Voile. It ii cut in two sec tlorm, waift and sllit UluK'Jolued by a Mulsttubd 'the plaits tbiil ctart lit THREE ENTERTAINMENTS. The postal . department bus issued a circular to ' postmasters "Uln ad ditional llllin.H l.l.itiv.- to the f..'il.'e post, mall service. Merchandise sent in Securely fastened boxes will be carried. The new instructions follow: "l-'onrlh class matter Inclose. I In boxes to which the it. Is are nailed or F.erewod mav be accepted for mailing at the fourth class rates of postuRe. If with reasonable- effort, the lids can be remov-d for the purpose of permitting examination of the contents. It would appear that In case where the lids of boxes are fastened In the manner in dicated, they may be easily removed by the use of a chisel, screwdriver, or other miltable Instrument, and as easily replaced. Postmasters are cau tioned to exercise Care In replacing the covers or wrappers of parcels which have been opened for inspection so that the contents of the parcel may not be Injured or lost In trans it. Seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions, and plants, although chargeable wit'.i special rate of one cent for each f.tn ounces or fraction of two ounces, -e- Rardl.-ss of distance, are fourth class matter, and postage on them must be prepaid by parcel post stamps. Sam pies of grain, potatoes, beans, peas, etc, sent for purposi-H other than planting, nre chargeable with the reg ular fourth-class rates of postage; which are set forth In Section .1. Par , i-l-I'ost Ttegulatlons. "Post cards, either plain or bearing pictures or printing on the message Hide, when sent in bulk, may be ac-ce-pted for mailing nt tho fourth-class rates of postage. In this connection attention is Invited to the circular of instructions, issued January 10, I'.tl.'S. "When It is desired to send mer- handis" as first-class matter, under ordinary postage jdamps. the pa.-k-:,gen should be sealed or oi b.-rw is. . losed against ispectlon. In order to avoid any confusion in the mails as to their nropcr .classification. "Hereafter ordinary postage stamps must be used in payment of postage c. n parcels and other mail matter ad dressed to foreign countries. Includ ing Canada. Cuba, Mexico and the Republic of Panama. Parcel post stamps must not he affixed to mail matter of any kind whatever ad dressed to any foreign country. The Cook's 111 1 is r,0 4 oown or WHITE TOir.E. the shouhlers nre stlt. hed nil the way to the belt, gathers jtcros the ceuler panel giving fullness lack and front. Cluuy lace U used for the dei e.rallou of the town. ' Leather Trimmings. With the Norfolk and l:usian blouse fonts are worn belts of leather which entirely batnl the wait line or they esteml across the back!' leaving the sides and front perfectly 'five. Dark blue, red. w hite and tan sue-de are ex tensively used.' ho! only to trim suits, but uilllluery as well'. Kid appear on a number 'of the emurt models, but It hai hot gained the popularity of Miede. A loely frock of dark l.lue.serge had the collar ami cnfTs , fashione.l of ihirlc red siiede If Voil are to be It is her best friend because Calu met is best from every view point. Very Highest Quality Greatest Leavening Power Never Failing Results Absolute Purity Moderate in Cost and Use These things are all backed up by an absolute guar antee of satisfaction or. a can to-day. Ktilctlv lib to date trimmed frock. hau . u leutLer YELLOWSTONE PARK LECTURE. Will Be Given Friday Evening by Rev. Luther K. Long. Rev. Luther K. Long, pastor of the Calumet Congregational church, will give an illustrated lecture on the Yel lowstone Park Friday evening in tiie hurch parlors. More than 100 ster- copticon slides will be used to Illus trate the lecture, These will enable Air. Long to give a complete repro duction of the wonders of America's national park, including the moun- alns, geysers, buffalo, deer, bear, can yons, falls, lakes, etc. Admission will be free, although a collection will b.j taken during th lecture. ITverybody Is cordially invited and to bring along the children, who will be especially interested. "KERRY GOW" AT ROYAL. Manager Tiichards. of tho Royal theater, has secured "Kerry Cow," by Joe Murphy, In three reels, as his Tea tmv attraction for tomorrow even Ing. In addition, there will be. several other gool pictures exhibited. "Kerry low"' is an Irish drama, and was nrst iroduced in Ireland by the Kalem ompany. where it made a decided hit. It reeiulres u big cast to produce this picture, awd it Is generally conceded that It will greatly please local pat rons. SHOES AND NERVES. Travelers say that the reason why nervous people don't exist In China Is be-vause It Is there tho custom to wear soft .shoes. There Is no doubt that hard-soled, creaking footgear is ie Kponslblc for much nervous wear and tear, as well as much physical ia tlfrue. In western lands. Tired feet and tired nerves will Hud solace In n warm footbath, with a handful of sea .alt in It Move the feet about, or keep then Mill, as best phases oii. as long as the water Is pleasantly warm; men .lrv them with a rough towel and put fr,.. i , ir of ste cklngs. Diindeo Advertiser BURIED VILLAGE UNCOVERED. In the year K.0.r. the sea rolled up to the village of Kei-les, on the Norfolk coast. Kngland. engulfed It and drowned every inhabitant, covering the whole with tons and tons of sand. Only ft tower of the jxirlsh church re mained above to mark the place where a whole community hud lived for cen turies. In 1S!3 the tower collapsed list week, after a terrific gale, tho covering sand was found to huve been wep? away from the Keolen bench, leaving the church and village ex-osed. Not the Same One. And men tell a tale of an Irishman who went to the postotllee and asked for his mail at the general delivery window. In the line in front of him was another Irishman on a similar er rand. ' "What namq?" asked the clerk of the first mun. "penni Ma lone," answered the im migrant. Nothing here for you. Next-wliut name?" "Dennis Malone," said tho secou.l Irishman. 'IHiln't von iust hear me say that there was no mail lor Dennis Ma lone V" Rut, sure, I ain't the same Dennis Malone. I'm another wan entirely. r.ook an see if there ain't none f'r we." Cleveland Plain Dealer. n.imn'For Gratitude. "So ybu're friendly' With Ctanker. nre vouV hv. he tells me that he won t have a thltm to do with you." "That's J.isi V ity1 1 ' feel ' kindly to ward the old crab " Futile Flattery. 'Even with flattery." said Mark Twnlu at a dinner, "you can't please some men. 1 remember when I was a renorter in VIrslula City there was a doctor I liked-l had camped once on f niiA Tnhoe with hlni-nnd In an obitu ary I decided to ylve him si card. 1 wrote. 'Dr. Sawyer was called In. and under his prompt and skillful treat ment the patient died Monday.' mu Dr. Sawyer somehow wasn't plensed." It is proposed to staMlsh a court of domestic relations in Los An if el en. " tfv: mm mP fi w ri5?r'i?r5fc!: 1 f'jStX IH ZJ 13 IBLL$ 'iiiBiTwTiiaL .iBjL v interchangeable Interior arranpementa provide for the accom modaticM of every sort of business record and you can be your own designer. The newly perfected Slobc QaVwzl SaCe. is fire proof built entirely of steci insulated all round with air chambers protected by Yaie combination lock. Globe-VVernicke removable steel units fit because the dimensions are standard. perfect filing system perfectly protected. We are telling agent for tklt city. MINING GAZETTE C0MPAMY Royal Theatre TUESDAY, January 28th XJT' io-uay. ij i yr:' ,.", ;.', -' L--"-V ' vl ";',,,'!!f M vV '.: : i RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World' Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, Illinois Pari Exposition, France, March, 1912. THEATER CALUMET THEATRI TODAY'S F IvATl JRfi THE IDYLL HAWAII MONDAY, January 27th, 1913 SHE'S THE TOAST OF THtl TOWN" The Rage of Two Continents. The World's Greatest Musical Mil WITH THREE OTHER SPECIAL PICTURES !$ COMPLETE CHANGE OF . $ PROGRAM TOMORROW! ADMISSION fc and KV MA tzi gin ii iva vr saa THE ONLY VAUDEVILLE HOUSE IN TOWN TODAY RO NERO Hoop Manipulator NEW PICTURES. THE DRIVER OF DEAD- WOOD COACH TOO MANY CASEYS and others. Kalem's Three Reel Irish Drama 'lUI a WEDNESDAY, Jan. 29th Selifi's Two Reel Speciul BONGS OF THE FOREST DON'T FAIL TO SEE THESE SPECIAL FEATURES I COMING THURSDAY: STROUD TRIO A Trench Vaudeville in Three Acts TH T. rnN2ATlONAL NEW YOHK NF.W AMSltHDAM THCATRf f'RODUCIION. VVitli Its Specijl CJt. Rtunn.nj Climus. I n s i.sl ilJe ComeJy, Seiiil Orchestra and All Tho:., Enthatiry Mrot,e;, IncluJifuj 'EVERY LITTLE MOVEMENT HAS A MEANING ALL ITS OWN" Sale for Mail Orders ready row All orders filled in the order -s-ce,vecl Must be accompimed by Postal or Express order. FREE LIST SUSPENDED FIRST TIME EVER IN CALUMET OF THE SPECIAL COMPANY PLAYING "MADAME SHERRY" PRICES: .$1.53 I balcony Circ 75 1 00 r.nllf-rv 53 Soat Pal at l-'orstor's, Tri. Jan. C4, at s oo A. M. Tar'UH't an.i P.irq. t'ircl LJalfony 1 Superior LY THEATRE E :c WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO SUBMIT SAMPLES ON REQUEST. LAURIUM TO NIGHT! THE BURGESS STOCK GO. IN ST. ELMO 2 Shows each night. 7:?0 .m.l 8: l". PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY AND THURSDAY Business Cards Invoices Memorandums Billheads Statements Letter Heads Circulars Menus Programs Wedding Invitations Printing WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO SUBMIT SAMPLES ON REQUEST. The Calumet News PARTICULAR PUINT I RS Fifth Street Calumet AT ALL f TO ALL TIME I LIC SEATS MATINEES SAT. AND SUN. 2:30. v TRY A NEWS WANT AD. NEWS WANT ADS BRING R tSULTS. . ; : ! 8 ! Why Not t tlio Xowa 'Want" n.l rent tint luno or that Fpir room you hnvo. or p 11 anvtliinp yi have for S;il -or find tliit lost article? Tliry will it.