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r,. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913.
THE CALUMET NEWS
I'ubllhln'tl by the
MINING GAZETTE COMPANY.
. DAILY lCIfiPTHU"NIAY.
m. W. YOUNGH,
W. M. LYON,
fcetered at the Voat OtTUe at Calumet,
A1U liljjttii. h Second Clasa
' ' ' Mt 11 Matter.
flypiursi oltke 209
tentorial Itooms i
TliUMH OF HUlhSOHIPTlON:
jiy man ii v-oiiia,
f'rr "r, in advance $5 Oft
Per ear (not In uduce) Jtj.ni)
Pit month t3
..9 l.pnirnlarlii, l, .l-.lt..
(Illliailll3 w ". " . i III UMIT"
try will receive prompt and thorough
ip ft I itfatiou.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913.
THE DISTRACTED FRIEDMANN
H is iu.1 unnatural for .1 ititt.it In Dr.
j'l inlniaiin'H position iu In ditdracted
t)i union, to do and May (ho wion
thin:;. to rush lilt Iter and (hitii'r when
1.0 -.liould Iih at a icrtulii place, alt- ml
in- tu pationta prc luu.sl v treated and
mi 1m Hi- observation of Modi-al j;u
tln'i iIK'h; Uh; mill, trained In ta.-ii-m
mill icsoarch cannot tit i bit.- i lie
t,i. ( that a Uou-obscrvuiico of hi..s.
lirs-? vim tilio 'l'i'at,a a liad hupies
Mnii .and lYIcdmann'a Iutvumh rr.
1 grin.itiollH tdiouhl int be lil Id up
h;: i ii t him ) much.
It i illllicult, even after leading the
lii'.piilt ln"M from New York. Pi.tvi
.lrn o nnd Washington, to act a clear
i . 1 .i til tlii' desperate doniaul bring
inui.Ii1 ii tho Herman Kpe-ialist lv
KiiMrrs from Lit- "ureal wtiito
).zn" only it in plainer todiv ili.ui
i ivi'i' was before thai tin plague in
icml'h widespread and li i lilcd
Pllll lllllt II, UNI- Wild 1 lit lllllliTI .1, IU
tin' p-iuular. tit I ml. in.itlc up tin' luilli
hi I 'if Htrhkeu ones, and w hose wasl
in;: forms nro constantly being; trati--lerretl
to private nnd tl 1 rftrMts.
fmni only u tuiiHll part of tin: inlcted
t iioncst ionably it would hiv- been
iiritcr fur 1 1 !.- own hake, I! not for
si I' ll-", tf lie had remained in a'ow
Y"ilc, there to trout patient: i mbr
the ebiir rvane of repre-tcnt.itlvcs of
tin public health nervloe and the Mol
ed s idles. tt that tho remilts of
ln:i ttratnif nt. under varioon cot id I
ti'.'ji'. should be determined as tmiti r,s
pr-sibh Jt would haitj made lilii task
Msi'i and rJoi'd hint from much
Tli' i ounti'y mitst wnit fm tlo' oOfn
l"ii t i l.i j:lvon l the Kotvrnni'Pit
s'H p'.jiih now watching insirly I'JO
'H.-' in Nt.'W Yol'lv. Xo word has ye'
'r :;'in out uholtt th-lll, 'JX.'Opt
i In i nine of I In: patients tie le.idy
fur ;i s.-iond troatiiieut; tmt In hovii
r liht other cases the ropoit f.'r
!'p "ivleiit IImoh'h ii i ls.in to f-rnd
5"uitny .if State Ijryun to aliforn-
1.1 in l.iin.r with tlo utato. hKislature
sb''i;t llu IniptndiliB aiitl-Jap.ili'Si'
l'i'l ! :::tatlnii (iolatlv of tho na
tion.il lr"itv, providing that Japan-fj-
in th! loiintry may "leas.- I.nvl
t"i' i "iiimerclal pnrposca") Is a happy
v ' I
m uh. i popular and pen uasi f
fiii:.f,.ny ihun Mr. Ihjan could he ko
I'lfl An Mr. Itryua is u ulin ere and
f n exponent of the lnt-rnat lt:: I
Vim if nioxeinent, the niif.siMU tdioiild
l' I'n Mlinily congenial to him. and
Mine t.ikinjj olllee he ha nmro than
i"ii i i.lmwn a dlspotitioii to wet of
ti'i ii i e; ponlldllty ahovo (Milltii s.
If Mr. Ihyan could- hiRiiallo hi'
firm nr hh htato, necretar.v ly wra
Ji'isin;: this Hirudeent illllhiilty
u'"i hipdii, it would he an uchlexe
no nt of excellent omen.
l or n votlatloiiM of this ddloate and
Ijrrsu.mive nature President Konm volt
I" mploy fcei-rctar Tuft. Sev
r,," lirjaii (a. man in amialdo and
f"ii'-ili,iti.iry uftt mucli lik; Mr. Taft)
'niRlit l fin the hill for President
""w a st.lte with great intorna
""iril ox poult Ion proJ"t on its hands
'"M'I el,(.oo thin time for Mining m
a'i liiMamed international iiestloii
THE MIDDLEMAN AGAIN.
A long-named urjranl tation eniled
tt' N'-itional conference on iiurket
,v5 and farming oiedite." wl-hh has
been tiierting t Chleno, l.at?
'jn btudjiiiK tho ovorlatin jiroh
Ifn of th nilddlenian. .Said Kdward
Ko'. ci.mmisaionor of affihiilturo nf
1txa, rallroadu aront KcttlnP
h- inrmey, tu farmer Isn't. Ifa the
"ikMlriiuin. HVr aftor him.
Jtesidont Radford of th Toxss
inicrs' union wants to know nhy
northern eonHumer raya $1 a
"trlip flr potatoes, while his faimois
t fcnt 3a ronts.
somehow the farmer pi fern tho
nlddlfninn. A groat man)' dl.irymen
I'Mng nonr larjte cltloa say thoy would
U, deliver direct to the conaim-
r Hut they uaually find th?y would
to advcrUse for vuutojuwa, culU
To Men Who Are
11 Ifa high tim to tk mo
tion on th problem of nw
apnnq clothes suits, ht,
1! Tha stores that ester par
ticul.irly to men't needs have
been thinking about these
things for months, and nov
Hey are all ready for y0i,
with plenty of fresh, new
If Take a few minutes toilty
and read the advertisements
of mens wear in THE
NEWS. Manufacturers te'l
you the shops that handls
this brand or that, and moit
of the stores re showing
some rrmarkabe lines. Yoj
are bound to find an interest
nq "lead" in some advertise
ment of a reliable house.
Then you can yet what you
want at the price that suits
Advertisements start you
on your way to the things
have lo put up product in fan y hot
th. have in, wa of netting leiep
ta. h-H In,, k. . tr. yet it .-;eeins like
nalioinil iueili. i ne in h i apples rot
rn the Ki-oimd in th,. cmiiliy. whie
In the. cities inferior fruit J.. IU lor live
cciil a each.
Politician am! ministers mil wo-iik-ii'k
oit-atiizalioii.s h;ie triel tu
U prices hy HelliiiK dire t lo th
coiisiiin.-r. J hit th.-y Kot freo iniw r
tlniiiK. they pii nothinn for ,-h-rk hir.
or rent, thoy have n,, l,,Ke- and iu
had ih-htx. UoimIm ran he H ltd iheup
as hn as tho ilihlrihutor is willing
ti work for not hintr.
No iluiil.t many farmer i . n'lhl op.
elnp priililnlih' direct relation witli
in-jown comIoiiii.i s if ihey w-re not
afraid to upend a lltttlo money on ad
MltisliiK. It would take a litth time
llut uiicp it few euutomers were ni
cured and Natisfaelion riven to tlM-in.
the hu: Itie.sa Wovhl upreml of itbilf
It wan n wi.'h of tho late lirneial
Ailllmu llooth. foumh-r of the .Salva
tion Ariu. that the activities rf that
or.iui.allou should ..., i xt. iuh l Jn
III.- to-JJlooH of t,,. .NiiulhT .lulled
States. At the prov iuvi.il. .cviiKJ 'i8 ir
the New KiiKland biiinclio-t if .tlli
Aiiiiv, lu ld iu lloslon 'fust vo k'. m-
iii.iinli i I'Jva llooth naid that Hiorlly
hofil' her father died In hex:;-'!! lor
lo ftii it Di new work. Thin she 'ias
lioiie y ii.ssiynliiK to Adlntaut .lames
X. iSotu-rts of liostoii the lasl. of et-
inn it t inier way. It is a Mif pr--
liitioii that the Salvation Army will
0 into a power anion;- flu i o).ie I
people of the houHi. It Is Nttunrf in
emotional appeal, and this Is likel; lo
v in them to its rank v.. It is ilnuv;
alone practical lines, fai'liiii thrift
to tho unthrifty, and thin will il i itun
of tlnin Kood in a material way. Tho re
Is reason to heie that tlo- marvo
)ou4 rrlicioiia orK-iiiiatoii which a:i
hiiilt up y William Poolh will not
fall apart Iipohuso of his ihath, hut
sv i I i ;o on. carriiiK llo- mi'Sfa(;e of
hopo to many and iii-piiiii th?m
with eiilhii'diMii for t ho olillR.ili.uid
of duty. The Salvation Army -loos
imt preach a new faith. It d h not
muko war on any other t'lulcitian
ihiuih I Pi aim i? to leach I'm
wretchel with tlo- Kospol that men
are hrothoiH and that riht"ousnes
is preleralilo to dissoluteness for its
own Hake and for the reason that it
U the nealith atloii for rewaidd iero
LoiiitlaiiH, a 1emoeralic state nnd
preHiiniahly a heliever In yarty doc
trines. Is klokinu a;ain.s Tree sugar.
Just u not lief asie of "when it hits
one-llfth of the a,ilit',i"i population
of Denmark lio in Copenhagen. 1 here
fire no other titles ol Importance, the
next laiKest belli;,' Aaihus. with lifty
tliiiisa.ul iiihabllant.s. The frtato 1C-
liKiou is episcopal hutheiiinlsm. and
nil Ca'.iiolie tradition blends with Pro-
if-Btmitlf in in Us worship. The Islands
forming iiboiit one-third of tho total
area of the kingdom, are iriiniui ami
prosperous. Thrift ia encouraged by
tho agricultural banks, and loans are,
made by the government, and facili
ties gh to farm laborers who de
Rlr to acinire land, it is estimated
that, oh regards equal distribution of
wealth. Denmark ll? rloheat. coun
try in Europe. H produces reat quan
tities ot butter for export and abounds
in co-operative creameries, ogff circles
and eUughtrr l.ouyos nil products be
In? chara. terled by Hu lr excellence.
Tho future of lenmark Is paid to be
threatened by Herinany. tho theory lc
nsr held that. Mooraphleallj. Pen
mark ?n nocewary to complete that em
pirn and give to it tho required ncceM
to the t-cean.-ltnlianap.dia Newa.
Pt. Paul banks hold $;UH.293 -M n
deposits. . '..
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM 0
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
MOVING PICTURES MAY BE TAK
EN OF CRIMINAL8 TO IDEN- '
IVew York. .April IW -Police Com
mlBKionor. Wiihlo i ituioddcrlni,' a plan
for Improving thn idcntllnal ion inelh
od.s of the pulleo dcpartm.nt. which
was recently suiMed to him in a
letter. The writer Hiiwuted to ahan
doii tho present method of takln
front and side, lewa or the features
of erookn and other criminals for the
romioH irallery record and lo Instal a
miivliiK ph-luri" camera I'm the pur
poHo of olitalniiiK a more oomph-to
pU-turn record hIiomIiik not only the
features, hut ulso -ciiliarltloM of (.
prosslou and motion of the criminals
It is believed that five feet of til in.
criHtinK about ? cents, would miMioe
for each lawbreaker.' Some of I lie po
lice ofllcials are favorably Impressed
with the plan a n, I it i.i oilito Onssl.
that it will bo Bhen a trial.
The opening of the
lour eX-inspeelolM o
won- iiulii ted a whoi t
trials id tin
time huh for
eons-piracy to "obstruct Just ice" In
keeping (ioorxc? A. Sipji, an import
ant witness acalnst Policeman IhiKoi,,.
I'ox. one of the alleged police Kraft
ers, out ,r the Klato, has been hot Tor
next Monday and It is expected that
tho testimony to be inty odiiced by
the dlslriet attorney will l,o full ol
etii-ational interest. However, tin
pe;iple ,,f ,,.w York have kiowii so
accustomed to Ihes,. evMlaslinu sto
Ilea of police urallliij; lli.it the evi
dence will have to In- unusually start -Hiik
to eause more dim a mere, rippii.
of public Interest. In tho no aniline
the burglars anil other crooks leath
ered pi this cily in laiKe numbers,
cotilinue to follow thMr professioi,
uncoticerni-dly nnd with remarliahh
RTJccess. Almost daily Home of the
oleant residences in (h,. most exclu
sive section of tin- city are visited b
dajlilil buiKhirs in Iho professional
capacity mid the. airKTtKate value of
tho Jewelry and other valuables stol
en is estimated at huiidroda of Ihous
ai'ds of dollar.--. Pawnshops also re
ceive considerable attention limn
bural.UK Just now and moro than a
dozen ol' pawnshops in various parts
of Hip city have beta, visited and
" leaned out" by burglars duriiiR th?
last two months.
I'or thr first time in hi3' career as
public official Magistrate Levy wa.'i
called upon to perform a, tnarriao.o
coremonv and after It was all over
ho congratulated himself upon tin?
neatness with which he had oflh late I
at his (list inarriago ceremony. Thev?
wan a rather peculiar expression up
m tho fact fif the prlueipalH and of
tlmw itnessos vtli.h led th" incsperi..
oiieed ma gist ratn to Inquire whether
there had beejj atii thing a nil's at lh
f tUH i'rtj; !lpJ leaito-d that iliij hi-t
eo'nfiiHhiu lio'ili.nl (.rdiM'd he t)i'bii
Ui'oin 'lo io p.'1 honor Hid uoln lii n
l!l-eiir-old bride and that Hie gro
under the strain of the ineanion hnd
given his promi.so. "Well." Kaid Hi"
magUdrate rihilusophicill) , "be ll ha'"
to olio.v her anvhow, so w hy 'shoiildii'i
he promise ny"
A fei weeks ao llarr. M. Oiave;,.
of Chicago, an intellect u.il nnd ue
ed uen tod man, but hopele.sslj i rip
plod In his lets, cai. .-: ,) eonsiib i al,e
n'Piiation I'V imbliclv l It i',i tn inn t-
lOlomit hilii Ide should he not succeed
in finding employment in this city,
f.ravoii came to New York with hl:i
wife about nine months ago and tried
to find emplo.v nient. but although ho
applied to f-eoreo of employe a.kir..
for hrp in the advertising eolutnns
of tho newspapers, not on. .f tlorm
W.1M Willing to -mpny (bo erlpplo.
When Craves made his public appeal
a few' vveokn ago. his sad case was
wrlltton up In the nowKpapcrs. Slm-o
I hen several pcic-oiiM h nt inoney to
fJrnves. which he promptly returned,
but his appeal for work remained,
una nsw-pred. It is true, several .ibo
wete offered to t haves, but owing to
their nature lie could not accept them
In his crippled condition.' One of Hie
Y. M. C A. branches offered him a
position as rraiiil boy for a week.
which seems almost llko a mlghtv
poor oke in view of thn fact that It
was cleanly stated iu Hip newspapers
at tho tlnv thai Craven found tt dif
fioult to move iiboitt even with the
aid of crutches.
SM look would have npprrclatd th
quandry In which Samuel Cohen, u
tailor in P-rooklyn. found hlmsolf the
other day. Cohen had done some work
for another tailor, tuils Drucker and
viheti Hip bitter failed to pay him the
115 which be bad h greed to pay for
the work, Cohen sued him and ob
tained a .bnlsmcnt. for the ainoun'.
Drucker was put In Jail and would
probably have remained there for fif
teen das had It not been for his
wife. Mrs. Drucker. accompanied by
her elKht children, invaded Mr. Co
hn'n lion and having Informed litru
thai, as h had deprived her of her
husband. h mlht a well deprive her
of hr ihlldron nl-a, she departed,
(avitiR the bow Una; eight children
with Cohen and his wife. One day
Cohen endured the visitation, then ho
decided to give up the fight. Not
only did he abandon his claim for the
tlS against Drucker, but be gladly
paid the costs ami charres amounting
to more than $5 to get Drucker out
of jail and restore blni to his family.
The, militant and also the merely
obstructive suffragettes never over
look any opportunity to make prop
aganda for their cause and mere man
f1nia It almost Impossible lo ecoape
the annoyance of tfuffnage speeches
anl ''demonstrations sandwiched Into
theatrical and even charitable enter
tainments. The other day there whs
an entertainment for the benoflt of
the volunteer tre!). alrfuo. and
"What funny be.
hies," the said,
ADDY bail p1fl ths children
nra the til. t.
latk and Kvel.ro had been
Airs, (iiddeo taiat, the raunry. had a family of little- cues," dsd lr
asid. 'rhey vfrrt poor, thin lit 1 1 Hiinnj without a feather on their bs'k
Their lepa ere bo wabbly they couldn't stand on them. Whun one besrl them
smieaklnu for food It mbs hard to bp!iv that sormt day they would b biveiy
ulnjzerH like Ma fjolden Coat's husband.
"The lmbioa liad boon hatrheil lo a nest lined with mibm and wool plaoni
In a corner of Mia. (iolden Oiat'B bemitlful wirw ca?p.
"About tho very first thing a baby did aftor it s hatched was to open it
month very wide, and Mrs. Coldn Coat, who knew Just what it want1.
popped snnitdhloj: nlco Joto It at. onr.
"Vlflte Mm. Uoldeu Coat was foodinj her rhildten, a huge crestnta ismo
np to the cagn and ftarpj In. Its eyes were so bl and brlzht that the.r
frightened the habloe, and they bpgnn to ory s louq aS they oonld
"'Never mind, luy tlarliugs,' twittered Mra, ;olden t ost. 'Ibst Is orilr
.Tluiruy, tbo boy who Iivp In this bouse lie will not hurt jou. nnd, if b
chooses, he can he very kind. Peril a pr, when yon ate older, he may briPi yon
lumps of 8ll!:ar.,
"Jut tlion .liminy opened hi month. 'IIy, pis!" he tailed t Ids slstor
Nan. 'Tho oaimiy's Iistp hatched out tVnne and spp the bird hst.!'
"Tbo litlle o nn t is eMUflwle.l with fear again .llmmr'rt iin month
looked like n nt. cave to lliem. Thp.r wete afraid it would swallow them up
"Tliydi, my Jrlin!' Mip. todden Cost said sunt hinzVr lo not civ
inuoh. They will, not harm you. 'I he rhildten are tml so bad wIipii ou gpr o
really know Ihont.'
'When little sp-.ter Nan came op to th cjo and trerl n. the bab1 tiid
not to show that they wore frUiitenrd. though thoy .inugslod loer into fb
tiot atfd chirped norvoustly.
"'(th. my!" soueah'd the little sister 'Vvhst funny babies! 'I"ht ai iott
as homely as Ihoy ran be!'
"Now, It avbs Alt? ( pillion Coat turn to mak a f j
"'How dar-5py.fiiei;Pj.i. rl jnv bibies!' she elirkked. fl.rtns a th (hit. .
dreii 'tiet away from my ra:! 'Ihete Ir Hist baby g)er of yours, with h-r
ted fnce. bald hsd and tooth'esj mouth If my bibien locked 0''h frig'i'a
you rrjisb. talk. 1 1n a few weeVs nr rbildren will z""t hnolf-ui enat :.nl
will be just too rjitp for anjthin;, while yo'ir pijter won't br. nble to abnt
alono for ii lone tlni"''
l-'n itch luy nurstry nnd tb .'ciitiii
tlieatir VVOM p.M ked. line of II!,. mini
IclM oil tile pi II,; I, 'III Vli, .1 .lilt I ,1 F.e
n blress bv Mis. .I.nins l.ee laldla.
When Ibe lime )i,r hi r addr-sn ur
lived, nearly all 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ta " I i - t er oid.
seiui-altahed nieii in the .-udience
lo.-'e, ilM il" Upon .1 ,il ecolli I l ied hlK-
nal. nod uiarcbi .1 out oT tin- Ihoatir,
while tin rurira;:cttcH hissed and In
other ways showed their displeasure.
Th- men did not. ielnrii uniil ullei
Mr.:. L.iidlaw bad lini.-li'.d lor li.u
Tie- board of a Idei iit' ij I'.i - .ed an
of Clever Ore
MOST SM AMI DRtSStrib AnuUND THIS 1(JWH KHUW I HAT
MLft. AND THAI tilt SINCLMCTY LAULL. 13 IMF. LATtLM.
JiECMl.T MAT'S WHY WC
YOU MLN WITH THL HIGH
AND C LASli AND A HL PAY
VALUL VE AMU Of- h' CHI NO
THAT WE APE SELLIHli'MtnC HAVE DtEt'-DOVN TAILO-HUO tfJ EVF.HY STITCH
THLtTfy A T HOITOtJ (iUtiRLD LtfOK AfWIT THE VVLU1 Of THL L"NL UJU
DHAPt Of THE GAPMLNf. AHOVfc' ALL THL ML'i, T H A t U UDF f IN A m.. THIOL t M.L
ED STLE THAT &MAH.T LOOK THAT MAKES THE WEAKLM "DEl.oriO."
AND THE SAVING UNDEFt WHAT YOUVE BEEN PAYING WILL fcUY A NEW MAT MIU
a pAir or tiuocs.
Mn. GoIcJen Coal
that ttarr mother thinte hmr ath
sarin bow hoiu!,r baby buds wi
l illliail'e the illi.- (la.W K-piilin:
that all lily ilpoe.; nilljt be i ill
f , : i and lesol- lil-; (.f tho state .r r.'e.i
V ork. I III ! ol dill I le e u l, (,. ),,, ,
e I . bit': liol yet lneo ,ipprod o.
Do- uiayor. ix alioed at a liie imei
her of prominent oilieials in lie- ci,,.
plo; of various iiiiine ip.il depat ttio nt .
who dtaw l.iri-e iMtlariea and lee-.., ln.t
do not live in New Yoil;, Iml peji.)
Ih''li 1 1 1 1 1 . - in ,'ow Jeriy i,i cl.e.
v. I ere.
David in Hey.
Pa , H ln-ing el
Hon bv hi wife
iic' il :'. ot s in eir ,
d for allied de,ei -ar.e.l
Is Wlierc to Buy hkI lite
Label to Look Por
7 LLL IT HLKL.
PMICLU CLOllt:5 HABIT. WHO UEMANU
IN W I'O't IT YOU'LL BL SUHPnCLU AT
AN U AT THL LOW VALUt Wt AjK.
SUITS . .
Raincoats and Slip-Ons
WE CAnttY THE LAHCtST A3eOH T M r r
Of IT AI NLOAT 3 ANO SLIP-ONS IN t HE
COUNTY. ALL OT I HL LU FLUENT MA
TEMIAL3 AND A CIC IOt LVEnyoOE
JUST SLIP OHL CM. YOU'LL WEAR 1 1
$5 to $20
Vertin Bros, & Co.
V':v w ;,(v..7 .-;
MJ l " -f e- t i
Yoci Musi Sec the licsts to
Aliprccicilc he VaStJe
Laiiicsi Miilinciy Si.cL in tlic Copper Country
ur lf rices VH!
VERT1.N BROS. DEPABHEHT STORE
Subscribe I'ov Tho Calumol Now
our, stsvhl is rur
IT OUGHT Hot to
V O u
C t Y L Z A J ) I t r
A H N
i o r
- O.is, ages 4 lo 10 .
Ons, aes 10 to
R,(Ctn Ciotliiog Dept. I
dVt: V 1 1 b'MMl Oil!
I lot tr.;i
c 1 1 1 )!''" j t ; r. r r 1 1 1 n f
shown in Calumet
,'tt prices tliaf N'.Tii
il to PVi.TV
fit Yntir Prrse"
i -I i m 1 1 mn i i in
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in ri : t i.-.'t H
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S5.5D Id $7,5(1