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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913.
THE CALUMET NEWS
Mews of the Theaters
CONCERNING ATTRACTIONS THC LOCAL PLAYHOUSES OTFER
THE AMUSEMENT LOVING PUBLIC.
(THIS COLUMN APPEARS EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY)
HEART BEATS SHOWN
WITH MOTION PICTURES
POSSIBILITIES IN SURGERY SUC
CESTED BY VIEWS SHOWN
TO MEDICAL STUDENTS.
.Mi. 1 1. id pictures hit possibilities as
i.ids m the science of medicine it ml
Mirgery, according to ;i statement by
I lean I-:. I. I .yon of I he, college of
medicine, of id.- I'nlvcrsity of Minne
toiu I -: rt Lyon lias in tils possession
hlins showing iln actual beating of 1 1 1 -l.ii'i'l
of u. rabbit anl an embryo chick
en mid I he circulation of the blood. The
hlins, he'sald, were made ly a friend
of his In Kngland aiul have not y,t
been released for general use.
Hian l,vou showed (lif lilnis t Ihe
students ..f Hit agricultural college
during a chapel address. The first was
u reel showing nn excised rabbit's
I, tart kept alive l it salt solution con
mining oxygen. My means of it (he
effect of various drugs on tin heart
was .shown vividly on t s Teen.
Another reel showed the heating of
the heart of an einl.iyo chick in ihe
various stages of its development. The
irculalion of Ihe blood was shown. So
bar were th. views Unit the while
l.lood cells could m seen in molioii
and Ihe palpitations of the hearl could
he counted hy Ihe lint veil How of
hlood through Ihe capillaries.
Views cf Floating Hospital.
The sphluli'l work being done
among Huston's sick poor hy the Itns
lon floating osiila has heen lllmed
und the story cf this meat work will
he shortly Hashed upon the screens of
ihe majority of the motion picture
houses throughout the country.
It was While one of Ihe Kalem
o!hVialsx was in Itosion photographing
the histori" spots in ami al.otii ihe
II.V thai the Idea of spreading Ihe
;try of Huston's floating institution
was hoi ii. . trip uhoanl the vessel p-v.-alcd
to '.lie Kalem representative the
possihllit ley for a motion picture, and
a photographer was sent to the city
specially for Ihe purpose.
Not content with spending a day
:. hoard the Huston Floating Hospital,
the photographer nc-comanied the "On
Shore" nurses in their visits to the
homes of their patients. The result is
a fen I ere (u rare interest.
I.l Ihe pici me he told in story form.
An ,-i n Shore'1 nurse is seen down in
the MuniM visiting the sick and finding
new patients, she is Keen examinin
ihe children and leaching the mother.1:
the proper i are to be taken in restoiinr
the mljnts to health.
1 lie niliNe tind.S a child loo ill for
home treatment. The mother naturally
hesitates to let her child he taken
i' way from lu r for any length of lime.
'onsetpif-iit y, nlti woman, ol'lcn its
badly in m i d of medh ul iilteulion as
her child, 's allowed to accompany her
charitably Inclined persons donate
I heir a utopiohiles for Ihe pin pose of
conveying mother and child to the
Hoslnn floating Hospital. This ride is,
perhaps, more of a treat to the mother
than the sm voyage itself.
Mefore the hahy Is allowed ti hoard
tliis "battleship for the cause of good
health," a careful diagnosis is made
and its hislt ry Is taken. This to pre
vent Ihe spread of contagious diseases
lininliK the other little sufferers being
I lie vessel Is us fully equipped as
any hospital ashore, and well prepared
to attend to the eases it receives.
Kvery precaution Is taken for the safe-
ty of the iKtssenners. I'ire drills are
shown as a part of the daily routine, us
are hout and collision drills. The pas
senders are informed as to these pro
cdings, consequently, in the event of
an accident, the chances of panic ure
reduced to the minimum.
While the vessel steams toward sea,
another diagnosis Is made and the pa
in til weighed. A dellnite diet und
nurse of tnatnictit Is then mapped out
and religiously followed until the child
The hospital also has a "day ward,"
in which patients who are not seriously
MOTHER! IS CHILD'S
STOMACH SOUR, SICK?
If tongue is coated or if cross, feverish,
constipated give "California
Syrup of Figs.
Im't scold your fretful, jpeevlsh
hihl. See If tongue Is routed; this Is
a sure sign Its little stomach, liver und
ho-el f re clogged with sour waste.
When listless, pale, feverish, full
f cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't
eat, sleep or net naturally, has storn-ach-uche,
indigestion, diarrhoeti, Rive
a ten spoonful of "California Syrup of
l'lgs," and in u few- hours all the
foul waste, the sour bile and ferment
Ing food passes nut of the bowels and
Von have n well and phi) fid child
'ifiain. Children love thin harmless
"fruit b-xntlve." und mothers can rest
cisy alter giving It. 'hern use it never
f Us to make their little, "Insides
lean i. rid sweet.
Keep it handy, Motlnr! A little rIv
today saves n sick child tomorrow, but
get the genuine Ask your druKRlst
for a Mi-cent bottle of "California Syr
up of Pigs," which lias directions for
babies, children, of all ages und for
grown-up plainly on the bottle. Re
member there ore counterfeits sold
here, tn surely look and see that yours
's mad by the "California Kin; Syrup
Company." limn! bark with contempt
any ntlit'r flg- syrup.'." Advertisement.
ill an- treat id The scenes which follow
are I ho "pei mum-nt ward," Ihe linen
room, etc. The latter stores the four
J thousand pi. cm of linen used in the
j ate of the sick ever) day.
j ne of the most important features
I of Ihe I'.oston floating Hospital is lis
j liai leriolouical laboratory where
trained scientists seek the cause of
sickm-ss und ascertain the best treat
ment for the children suffering with
summer diseases. Their- is shown Ihe
food laboratory, where the food for the
patients is prepared along scientific
principles i.nd according to the needs
of Ihe individual child.
The babies who have spent time in
the permanent ward uie carefully
weighed before belli ,ischarged. The
welKhl Is kept on record und thereaf
ter the child is visited by " n Shore"
nurses to make sure there is no re
lapse. In the case of the du patients oc
curs what is perhaps the most note
woiiiiy feature of all. lie fore they are
returned home for the night, food sutfi
tii nt to last them until the next morn
ing is provided. in order to Insure
proper nourishment and prevent them
Irom being given food detrimental to
This is ihe feature presented by Ka
lelll. It is believed that when ex
hibited throughout the country, the
work performed by the
ing Hospital will show-
I tost on I'loat
the way to
to the best
other lllllllil ipulit ies us
method of caring lor lb.
At the Royal.
An exceptional group of subjects is
offered at the Itoyal of which "Cast." a
comedy drama adapted by the famous
pla by T. W. Robertson, Is the fea
ture. l-.Vcles, a profligate old drunkard, is
the father of two beautiful girls, Ksther
and I'olly. ib-orge D'Alroy. u young
UHcer in the liriilsh Army who is In
fat ua led with Ksther. brings his friend
Captain I la u lice to call. The captain
is v really taken with Ihe lively I'olly
who makes him carry the leukettle
about and generally dance attendance
on her to the emphatic disgust of Sam
(Jerridtce, an ardent suitor for Tolly's
hand. Meanwhile Kslher shows (ieorge
a letter from un Impresario offering; her
an engagement on the stage. The offer
seems a veritable god-send to the girl
but slu changes her mind when George
asks her to be his wife instead.
A few months after they are mar
ried, (ieorge receives the unpleasant
le ws that he must sail for India with
his regiment, owing to her ttlira
arislocrat ic ideas, ieorge has not
dared to tell his mother, Ihe Marchion
if.H l'.lroy that he has married a girl
ok common origin, and he is in a quan
dary as in what provision fie should
make for lather.
The farewell scene between hu hand
and wile at fVAIroy's city residence Is
broken by the appearance of he aris
tocrat ic mother, who comes to I. id him
(od-speed on his way. Her astonish
ment and disgust may be imagined
when a lowly hulh t girl Is introduced
as her son's wife! To cap the climax
old Kcch-s in his customary state of
saturation, enters and greets bis new
iy -discovered relative.
The Marchioness departs in a. huff
lefuslng to recognize her daughter-in-
law .-ind (Ieorge. sails for India. Short
ly after his arrival he is seriously
wounded tn .in engagement and tin
news of his death is sent to Kngland
Ksther. with her young baby, leaves
her husbands house and goes U-ick. to
h-r family. Here she is soon in desti
inte circumstuiices. Old Kccles, snilling
with pity over his sad fate, soon
spends ull her money und then steals
the necklace of his "poo lil grandson."
The .Marchioness cull und haughtily
offers to take the child and give Ksther
fin allowunce To Kccles horrilled dis
gust, Kslher refuses to be separuted
from her child.
Happily enough U'Alroy Is not really-
dead. He returns home and effects
reconciliation between aristocracy und
democracy which gives the pictun
The Films Get Sulzer,
New York. .Nov. I't. "Oct this
straight in your mind. Cov. William
Sulzer, himself, personally, the real
Sulzer. appears in 'The Shame of tho
Kmpire Slate.'" according to the an
nouncement of a new lllm drama in
"Want anything bigger? It doesn't
That Is the way the appeal ad
dressed to motion picture theaters
throughout the country reads. The ad
vertisements now- appearing In the
vurhms publications devoted tn lllm
theaters are lllled with adjectives that
nro Intended to induce ineuter own
ers to telegraph at once for this. "The
Iliggest Feature This Country Kver
Saw and Another May lie a 4 entury
"Don't doubt; don't scoff; It's the
real Sulzer! lie confident! Wire! Ask
lor proof. We don't need to fake!"
Mr. Sulzer posed for these pictures,
if the announcements fire to be ac
cepted, and his services were obtained
by this particular (Urn company be-
liniSH It oittnld all others.
"The biggest moving picture Inter
ests In the world offered fabulous
sums for the services of this man, who
for another year will bo the central
ligure In the nation's politics," the ad
vertisement states. "His fate Is the
most absorbing topic In the country's
affairs; his series of one hundred lec
tures will keep his name on the first
page of every newspaper In the coun
try, and his exposures of political cor
ruption, even as electrifying -ns they
are now, are only a part of the story
be is yet to tell.
"There is plenty of thrill and ro
mance In IL nnd even if so sensational
a figure ua an Impeuchcd governor of
FOR M WINTER
"Father and Son" Banquets Pro
moted by the Y. M. C. A.
Oelrolt, Nov. L'l. A novel extension
of boys' work now being promoted by
the V. M. C. A. Is what Is known us
the 'Tu I her and Son" banquet. One of
these was held last week in (Irani!
Rapids und proved to be such a uuc
cess that half u dozen -driers are
Planned for the winter in the different
churches of that city. The only con
dilioii exacted is that every boy who
comes must bring his father with him
r he will not he permitted to sit at
the tuhbs. And no fa I In i rna enter
the hum i net room unless he brings his
The purpose of this dinner is to gel
fathers ami sons together in u large
crowd of men und hoys so that the
spirit of fellowship und comradeship
which ought to exist between the two
will have a better enance to develop
if It does not already e.lsl.
Salesmanship for Blind.
Ionising, Nov. 21. one of the most
unique departures in V, M. C. A. edu
cational work wus begun here Tinus-
day when a school of salesmanship for
I inmates of the state hone1 fir the
blind was organized unih-r the au
pices of Hie Ionising associitioii. The
class will tie instructed bv J Arthur
i'lno, of the insurance firm of Ijyer-
.emsori natry Co., and will uinue
for twelve Weeks.
So miuh enthusiasm was -Ikhv
when those who have been robbed of
their sight heard of the class that the
problem becume one of h'w many cnnld
be accommodated in one class rather
than how many could be seemed f
the class. Nerne II. Smiley, educa
tional director of the association, wh
devised this plan, said:
"!t i.i no trouble to leach the "blind
l lie science of salesmanship or other
brunches, for that matter. Their very
blindness gives them great powe if
i onei titration and memory and they
.re thus enabled to retain pro.. I i ad ,
v r.v thing given them in a lesson.
"Willi the rules and scienc. of sale
manship in their possession, however.
these unloi (iinates who ar" now sup
ported by the state will be out in a
stsition to earn money for themselves,
They can and will sell notions, lead
perniM, court plaster und almost any
thing of that sort that omi be hand
ieri by vendors. And man of them,
of course, are planning on doitv.; this.
Tbev want to be self-supporting, and
We believe that we might to d all W
can to make them self-supporting.
Their lot is hard enough with mm hav
ing to ask -e state for maintenance,
we are polng to try to help ilu-m out
of their uithrulties."
Ihe method of Instruction will be
I incficaUy the iame as that u-cd in un
instil ui ion for the blind at (s Moine?
'nit this is said to be the first tilil
sued instruction has ever been Includ
ui in the curriculum of the Youn
Men's Christian association.
the llrst state in our country wen
not in it the story is still it powerful
"Hut he is! Not a fake, not an im
personation, but the real, living Mr,
Sulzer himself. We know it sounds
too good to be true, but we alwuys
have dt-ult in big ones. The film is
four reels, with a number of fights
and riots and scraps and enough wal
lop to make yoti sit up. The. paper Is
strong and full of ginger leave that to
us. You will throw your hat in the uir
with Joy when yon see It. Yes, Sulzer
is on it, too!
"If you are wide-awake you will se
cure it in a. Jiffy. What territory
So "Th Shame of the ICmpire State'
is to be shown to the world und the
principal exhibitor is to be the man
whom the legislature selec ted as know
ing most about it.
Denies Picture Trust Exist.
The so-called moving picture trust,
defendant in a government suit, which
has litis been instituted in l-Vdeml
courts in New York, has not eliminat
ed competition, according to the tes
timony of Crank L. Oyer, president of
the General Kilm Company- which, with
the Motion Picture Patents company
and other firms and Individuals, Is ac
cused under trie Sherman law.
The Oeneral Film company, said
Hyer, iias a network of film supply
exchanges across the country. "Our
competitors follow us wherever we
go," he declared. "Their competition
live, keen and often bitter. The In
dependent film exchnnf,es often are lo
cated In the same buildiny; with our
offices and frequently they try to get
offices on lower floors In order to In
tercept our customers before they
reach us on floors higher up. Ther? are
few cities and fewer territories
where our competlbrr do not reach, I
but wherever there is n demand for
their services, they are able to servo
almost ns well us w can."
Dyer raid the company pays motion
picture actors and actresses an much
us $:,ni) and $ 1 uiO a week, "WV make
ridiculous offers to get them to work
for us." he testified. "The competition
Is also keen for Ihe work of play
wrlghts. There is open competition
between us and tho Independent film
exchanges. It Is lmissible for us to
unduly raise the price of ifllms, Suit we
do get better prices than th" others, ns
a general thing."
Th People's Feature.
"Jacques, The Wolf." un l-Vlnlr
drama In two parts, features' the Jeo-
Ies 'offering. The plot Is laid In the
Northwest where the "Wolf." a charac-
er common In the land, where th In
dian has mixed with Knglish and the
French, plica his trade a a Isiotlegger.
The play teems with climaxes and cul
minates lu the death of Jacques.
GOVERNOR MAY ATTEND.
Farris Expected at Upper Peninsula
Jf doVernor WoodM ldfje X n Is
an be pl'fVuihri Upon ,y the Ofth-elH
and neini.ns of the I pp.-i I'enlnsuia
Development bureau, he will he in at
tendance at the annual meeting of the
bureau to be held iii i.Vcanahu on
Several prominent members of the
bureau have writ ten to (iovernor I Vi -lis
nskili that he be present ul the
sessions of Ihe bureau, but us e lei
word has been received as troin the
Mute's chief executive.
It is Ihe wish of the oltic-rs of the
bureau to impress upon i e ei t,o,- -Yr
ris the possibilities of the upper pen
insula and no better way than to have
him present ut Ibc annual meeting
couhj be devised. Kvery elfor will be
made to secure his attendance and tie
officers are conlldent of success.
In the event that (ioveriior I'eiri.-.
does attend a new' feature to the an
nual me.'liiig will probably Lie intro
duced, a banquet at rue of the hotels,
probably Ihe new Helta.
The executive committee will hold
a preliminary meeting on January it
and tit thai time complete plans lor
Ihe animal meeting will be made.
SOME STRAY NEWS FROM
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST
FROM GOTHAM AND NEAR
New York. Nov. LM. The values of
teal estate on Hro.-iilwav, below Thir
tieth street, are rapidly incieasing. al
though changes In conditions in that
part of Manhattan have really not
becu particularly favorable to such
increases in value. The other day the
stale of l.ncy Hilsey, who died in
.lamiaiv of came up in the sur
rogate's court for appraisal. Miss (iil
sey left a net estate of Htl'i.fiti'i, of
which about $871. Mh) was in realty.
This realty represents the land at the
southwest corner of J "roadway and
Twenty-ninth street, appraised ut
y 1 ,IHS. less mortgages. One of the
expert witnesses teslilied that the
neighborhood had outlived Ms useful
ness :m a theatrical distrit t. lie said
lhat the Fifth Avenue theater, a vau
deville playhouse, had been sold in
Iftofi, at unction, for $ l.Oo.ono and that
In November, 1!H2. the theater had
been leased for $fifi,t'Mo a eur. The
witness said that the neighlsirhood
w.-m gcod only for otllces and lofts.
The class of patronage formerly en
joyed by the Fifth Avenue theater
bad moved northward.
The little town or Forest Hill, h. I
has probably the Juost .peculiar re
ligious congregation, unimii' in .the-
fuel that it is toioposed of persons be
l'liininc, to all svrts of r.c'juious de
nominations. l 'ore.:i Hill's Free Church
as it is called, Marled on I;, a few
ears ae.o with t hilly -live members
'tnd now has a membership t,f moie
than seventy families. The idea. o
the Free Church originated with the
llev. J. C. H'.ll.Muan. wlio went to For
est Hills from Missouii. After a gen
eral meeting in June, Iftll, the Society
of the Free Church of Forrest Hills
Wits incorporated, and work was begun
n a building for which the Cord
Meyer lcvelopmcnt company donated
land .ind advanced the funds. Tht
nrst informal service in tne new
church was held on October 27. 1HI2.
The congregation is rather novel be
cause its Intention Is to prepare tin
polity of all denominations. No mem
ber is asked to slve up a single ur
tc. of his creed The mode of bap
tism 1.4 left entirely to the candidate
The church is simply a co-operative
effort to obtain the benefits of i
Christian church in a community un
able to support mote than oik1. Tin
llrst baptismal service in the Free
Church was held the other dav.
In un address which Hepreseittative
David J. Lewis of Maryland, a mem
ber of the Joint committee on a gen
eral parcel post, delivered before the
people's Institute in. Cooper Cnion the
other day, he expressed th opinion
that a general parcel post providing
adequate transportation for retail
shipment direct from the producer to
the consumer would be one of the
surest mean.t of reducing the high cost
of living. He suggested that the peo
ple's institute undertake to carrv out
the plan and constitute itself a clear-
ng hous between the producers in
the country around New York city
and the members of the institute as
consumers. The suggestion met with
enthusiastic . approval "and it is ex
pected that the Institute will carry out
the plan, at lirst only on an experi
For the first time since the. law In
reg-ird to indeterminate prison sen
tences went into effect in tills state has
the question been raised In th courts
whether a prisoner serving nn-indeterminate
sentence for felony Was to
be considered civilly dead and could be
declared u h by the- courts. Last
month Mrs. M. M. trurgan, a. school
teacher in Prooklyn, applied for a mar
riage license to wed W. Weishelmer.
he admitted that she had a husband
living from whom shi was not di
vorced und thereuMn tho clerk refus
ed to issue the license. Then Mrs.
Hargan usked the Supreme Court for
a writ f mandamus to compel tin
clerk to issue the license. The case
was argued at length before Justice
Maddox and the decision of the court,
which was reserved, will be awaited
with considerable Interest.
"faint Anthony" Comstock. the
everlasting oUkious "vice ferret." who
has made himself the laughing stock
of the town so many times lhat his
"raids" have ceased to arouse any In
terest, has again stepped into the
limelight under circumstances which
dearly show the man's caliber. When
.Ml.I'unkhurst Came over from
V 5v The
a Evesamg .
x'H' ;: ; : .Glass
Cr1VJfe.. of Cheer
r- , Xs -I -
rV u ? v . ; , -
h " : , v -c . - v v
TlM Xrfr j Pabst Brewing Co. $
.: v Telephone No. 78 North f?
f&$;-f Cor. Scott and 9th Street Calumet, Mich. fg 8
i lll l be I.I
t k nlill
'. b ei I I A il,'
'in i: tab. ! t'ankli
SIK'l.il e il. an, I ', .
M t v.
played in Mippol't ol
and other famous act'.rs.
thcr night in tin- Kings c
bouse in I'latbush. luce
althy, Mrs. lirlnnell. in
had fallen a v ictim of p iv
hcallh. A few wet ks ag
discoiuaued. she was all'aign".
(Jutes Avenue court in IMooklvn
charge of va'-rnncy. A , 1 ; , 1 i 1 . 1 1 i
man In I'rooklyn vnliinicci'-d In
Mrs. (Jrinnell a home but aft
chnritabl . v
CrinueU ., I
iinan, v ho gav e '.'its.
line Is maUinr an e'!'i,ll
to save tl
bodv of the forme;- nillcss
were at one
Villc '''he d
t he son wen I
of liis .-istei
ill (Hitter's field. .Ml-.
born in irgini.t f -. i
had two chillici v!,
linn' (Uoniineit- in vnnd
1 ' 1 - h I e r died, ho 1 v .'i , a nd
to Alaska after tie- death
an. I has le v . 1 be, 11 in a 1 I
of since I lit 11.
BOOTH APPROVES MERGER.
Saltation Army Head Willing to Unite
With Drother' Force.
New- York, Nov. .'I. -lrainw ;i
It.Mith. head of the Salvation Ariiv.
said today thai he was willing to
amalgamate with the Volunteers of
Am, Ti.. 1. hut he did not think his
brother, I lalllngton lioofh. commander
of the rival organiaiioii, desire, 1 mm h
umalgamatinri. Celt :.ill,ngton liooth
was out of" the itv and. his ut rt tary
said he Knew f no a rt ft ngemen t for
lht meeting of the brothers, who have
not. seen each other idiot, they were
Ung-'tstrtinsed etiiUii yearn a wo.
o lit .1 inn'!. il .- nil,, l ul a
I ' I'l.iiu I .ii Is viii.hl a !
III' I.' fl Mill I III' , II Ol'
I l . l!-'.l Is Willi I he
Mil, I III I'Jlli- I.I Oil III
lame llanllti" li- the l.ctel.l ol lb-' - " OH. !JA"A!
S'.",! '"' """ MAN WHO KILLED LA DOR OR -
over o, he New GA NIZLR IS MURDERCD ' :' "!'
o,K a.. rawe oicamx, h.a.ic Uy STREtT. "- '"" ''- b..v. , a
Mrs. ' . H. I". IN ll.ioiil mi, He- sill-
iraget.es connect,,, with the h.'o.- ,,,,,,.,,,,.,; N..V. ,, .,, w. ' ., ,. ,. , Ve
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1 " ' net . .1 udg..
When Alilhoii'. "o in; lot k beard of j op,-r;. t or.-:, was shot .n. killed w ii.!.-
the book, and without lakiim the',.,, ,,.. ,,,111 Mi-eel h.-ve l.iM nig'il. A Si.ok.uii- s, In .,, is ale to s-pecial
tfollbl" of leading It. lie decided that 11,. , , , ., , , r ... , , : , , . . .
iti.-iii whi is ln-;r.e, to have tiled li.e U-sc., ,. ) ,.( I I I, II I M I I t:o,,il. blight
its sale must b.- slopped and the' ... , , ,,,, s,i,,.i.iv
shot is under arrest. ' v s'ti"itis.
whole edition confiscated. Hut, In- ,, , , , ... 1 1
li blur, a few (lavs lie, ore I ne '
stead of aiiesiiuw the s 11 !l ra gelt --s 1 . . , . ,. imiicriiL-kTc
strike was d i I. iiv, I ,11 the soiiili.-in AMUSEMtNiS.
selling the I Us, he , ailed on Mis.! , , . , ,, - -
1 coil I, elds, shut an organ, er ol Mat
l.elni.iiil and inli, nn. d lor than he,, , . acrsaBaw w m i
. , , I I Intel Mine Work, is ol . . i.f n . 1 w n.t V' "SK V X A
would air.st hT assistants if the sal-- . M II f 1 V LA I
tunic le re li'oiu li.iiv.-i-. ,. vva-- ou fTi Ij VI I A-s I
of Hie book were not sloppid. Mrs. .. , ,, , , I hmC I
- -v- -'-; weHv;;:;;r::r;:";:, W theater J
U'r "l" Mr, ' ",,,s '" '-"j I is Z. an,,. II,. a :..-.!, miner, is Jth VL' Next to Post 0ff.ee. JJi
her that out ... eonsiil..,-.,,,,.,, l-r -,i I h. m(i h) (u. , mjli E.C. Richards. Mgr.
Iligll social position he Would not ,!''Ck . .. . . . , ..
. fiiv authorities, (iiuyed w'lli tue
of arresting her. Later he made on I , .... , ... ,
shooting lh- killing- threw the citv f"l H'J '"'-I 1
fort to conlisc.llc the I ks. but Ihev . fM f 1 GR SJi
... . 1 into :t lurore ol i-V Ii enieli t . I foops I II El M 3 I
had been .spoiled nwa in lb, loe.nl- . ... U fAl i 23 1
, ... ate patrolling the business district. I l PI . I
lime and Mi . t oinstoi , toiiml 1 nt long : I JW (1 V. V
. . , lllfee olher S?tspecls ale !, I' a1'- , !J K kl p4 a!
upon which to lav bis s m, i.e.. ni.nis f t?! V 5
'"-' , , , ft i aira 3 W 1 1
I lie ( II. Iltnst;, ne - .f the shoiling ifjrjjj y
. . . , ,, , ,, are HOI hi. own. I 1 il. i IIS -.Vllovveiei
V.hlle Cl MIII, II. t .Ve US old. ... . - r . ,
W It Illll a few tee, of th.' dote, Iiv . w he,,
lie tine' a noted ni ties- vln ..... ., .. 1..., .1..... . 1 lr two ojrtsA
me the illin -.--s .1 the vei'-r.iii strikers and urnie.j g iar.ls
became so critical tha- .-he The s!; ing has pi cell it..i,d l'"' m -ps mm mt
he taken to the ilosMtal f I otll est ablisl I t of nolitan . ill f..v I I Bl Ul1 T
was removed ,0 ,h -hi- Vlfl 51. R1 . K 5 . V
1 the tilmvliouse Now tin- 1
MINE DETECTIVE IS 'SHOT
UEAD AT TlilNIDAtl, COLO.
RUB LAME BACK
Hub pain jv.iy with a small tr:.il
of old "St. Jacobs Oil."
nir back is sore an I lam
s. ,ti, ,1 ,,r rle nn, iii. m
o st it'll in-,, up, don't Miffer" i'e
Mil. ill trial bottle of obi, holiest
.ho ohs llil" at jiriv drug Store, i,,i
utile in voir hand a 11, 1 rub II
i'it. 1 lb. pain or ache, and by th
on cilllt hit v . the soreness ,ud
I I:, I,
I ,.! I ' IV
I in If ' 1 1 1 1 l- 1
oil- 1 . I I I I k I
..at a 1 1 1 1 mi
ni!, v, 1 ab
I ul n or , j in-Nolhin-
an, I li ine bai
suielv. tl n
rippletl! This o it nil :
I needs to be unc, ,.n!v
the ache urn! pain 1 1 n'
ttie misery, 1 1 is mil
i' ! harmless and dm n 1
1 r the sk'n.
i tops lumh.iro, ( 1,1 i . ' i
misery so promptlv sunt
v r disappoints. Ad er-
lalwin F ui, -1. I ', Hi was Inon-I to h ive re- frcm . '.rrnous comedy by Ton
-lie I ti c. votver and a nietni.. r-diip card in ,!te Robertson. This comedy has bet.r
i.iintv alius- ,',,li.d Mine Work, im of A i-ieri.-a. extremtly popul-ir for years and is
popular and ;,.. h.-i on .August l w.,s shot without questicn one of the cleverst
In-r old a the leg in a revolver tight ,vitii ',, 1-1 1,1 ( th-,t ,ia befn w-ritte.i.
ci'O and ill l.ippiatl. a Fnited Mine Workers m-I IIP tlnrkn , ,. ..-..
... r ,l can,,,,- in which W.-.M.-r I M ,. ,U,. TMF VA J NHSTRAHn 'T K D k
im inn iiuuiitnnu IIHIln
i 1 1 c I 'igori ,'. I.ippialt was kil'.-d and :l- P.a, , . ., , ,
Raff Us cut t.vrougn new dea .
.a a eher un. I I "..-Ik was 1 la,-d ntid. r bonds M
1 of Sin. -ach. char".l v.i:li the kill- . ill
' l"u. r bber had t,g..,ed p-.Mitient. OJ? FA OJJ
: ' iy in number of b.-tw.-e,, M H Jl JBJ
,-it ii I,-,
Foil of ir.tercst events.
The Fatal Legacy
A bin fnture.
For Cl('in Colton
The Calumet News