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SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS
"WILD PAN" IS
Captured by Strategy After Chase
Lasting Two Years
u-,....,ni. nt.. J:m. SI. -Ilj.ilinar Mol-
ni:in f Kenorii. hiiH
ji.'.'.'n nii'tiiit.l. ami now lies ravin in
ul,..l-rlal H In Kn.ra jail. HI
. h ih' rulmmntlon or n n im'
. i:ii,.nit mill nt't-xlstent man liuntH
kiimvn i" hl illHirkt.
idit Emm: uvt two yiars nu. when
tl. j.ieM'iuo Ihi' madman wum llrst
,.,.,...i-iimI In ln. vh lnlty of 'l-ar Uikf,
tl. ih.iM haM 11 a pons. h-ml'l by
rhj,.f Ci .wK-.v.' of th KVnora ollV-,
throiivti intii.tiy raiiKln,' from railway
lM.l Ininlr ramps to tin- trakl.s.s
Ua"i "l ,,H N'"r,n ,'"k,' Hntrlrt.
In a ditnnlni'l effort lo mplm
H. man, who was terroiiinn llu
, i.inriinriit V.
pic llrst ri-port of th ju-rojiriiwit ion
(f wild man mm' from t'lf-ar
vhT" hi- was rrvn 1V nn- In
di.iits ;is was ruHnu with tin' llfi-t-of
a Mlartlrd throuuh t lit-
MlW, w K Following closHy
(i,iii' oiIht n-poilH more Hurtling In
i n niie occasion, as a party of lunr
i.einieii were sitting ahi.nt their tamp
lire suappinK Minis, they were thrown
Int.. a wild. nnreasoiilMB panic by the
appearance or a naii-naheu
who, with a weird, bloudciird-
li,,.; veil, sprang Inlo their midst, ami.
M-iviii-j a lirebraiwl, attempted to be
;,i...r thetn with it. When, Uiially,
Hi, v reiuiii"d to their a tup. the w
anihed. 1 loim-Klt ailoi s
.hunt the. country vt re ht aieu
t en! of their .tens. by the
N,i.,e .h.ini.im waiHieivr, who, prowi
al, .lit ill the bl.itktieys of the niKht,
lill.d Hi.' air with his (iixmal noise,
fnaviiu-eil that the e il npirit was
s-ta'UiMM llil-MiKh the ronnll.V, the In
dians al'ili'loneil their io.lxes an, lied
i,i ih regions to the northward, while
i!,e nieie ill, Mated inhabitants of th
inriniv harricaded their doors
:i;aiiisi the lunatic, who, they feared,
vveiil. I M"p at nothing in his frenzy.
vi ihjs siaue it was decided to cap
tire the man at all hazards before ac
tual li;. i iii was done, and a posse was
feiin.. i i'"r the purpose. With trap
jei.s as mii.li-s. and all heavily armed,
;,s ;i ine. autlon nyninst trouble, the I
1,i,m si.uied out. lp the streams,
!,, rusM laUes. and through miles of
v.ruin f. rest they went, ever on the
luuknni I'm- the wild mail, but other
Hum (l.M ited Irnlian villages and
itlifiii tied huts, no trace of him or his
Wn It rel Id be folind. V. 'IV Soft of
I r vt ; laid, but with no success.
TJ.f famiive seemed lo be endowed
il!l .1 vivlli sensi'. and cleverly availed
wiy .ol o affect his captudo. 1 1 i
met In ol of travel was the surprise and
' ll'I'T nf ids pursuers. lie Would be
ivi'.ili.l within but a tew mill's of
tin-in ami a short time later he would
I." li inht. niiitf th" life of some home-Mr.i.l.-r
nit, i byslerics, miles away.
Caught by Strategy.
Il s. heeaine evident that be would
ii.v.r be taken in that manner, and,
"'!-iii.' i b.it, sooner or later, he would
Li-Hay himself, the posse was with
drawn from the country. I'reo from
tin- ne, cssity of wandering, the mad-1
111:111 seiiiJ ilown in some ulet place,
iuiil Im ,1 loiiL- time nolnuiK more was
luaiil of him. Late last fall, a trapper
a in- im.. Kenoiti, and rjoiritf to t'hief
t'nvly, reported that he had lis
i'i.il the lair of the hunted man.
,'iii' 1 ly the 1 v.iss was reformed, and
1 ';i clini- across country on stlow
li.'i" his hut was sin roiiuileil ami
li:s at iM'itaii' e was awaited. Iirly
In the in. lining he returned to his hut,
:i Portion of a moose sIiiiib- over his
Mi.iiil.l.r and a powerful title under
liis arm. .Vol wishltiR to shoot him.
it was derided to try ttratiny, and
i.nc (,f the men, a Finlander. lenvlim
lis covKf, advanctM to meet the ap
.r.ia hum madman As soon a the
'"nnii saw the stranver he raised his
'Mi. hut the I'omdable, pay hitf no at
ti'iition, walked up to him and ad
tliesM, ,H, 1 jn native lanKn;it;e.
let inn the man Interested, he ad
r"it!y h rsnaib d the wild rnin to lav
iiNi.le his rille, atirl one r the men.
ree,in- U, H.zed It. t'losiiiK In from
nil iiles, the startled man was over
l"'ete, and handcuffed.
IN THE CHURCHES OF
CALUMET AND VICINITY
Local Pastors Are Invitid to Con
tribute to This Department Which
Will Appear Each Saturday. All
Notices Fret of Charge.
Services in the churches of the cop
per conntry Kenerally, . .pro.
prlate to the "ku to church" movement
wheh will e in effect throughout the
I'liilid States tomorrow. Uhk.. 1011
ureation.s are looked for and a cam
paign that has been viciously dn
dticted In behalf of the movement un
doliotedly will be accompanied with
beneticlal results. The press every
where has extended Its efforts to the
movement and individual campaigns
have been instituted by pastors of var
ions chin ches. w ho aim to reach people
who for years have not attended
huri h. The order of M-rvlces in I'nlu
met 1 hurches follows:
"So to Church" ervice will he cm.
dii'ied at the Calumet Congregational
church at 10: 3') a. m. by Itev. I,. K.
I.onv. A special service will also he
held at four 01 lisk in the afternoon,
which will be mainly of a musical na
The program for the morning service
Organ voluntary Mi.-s Kngstrom.
hoxology ati, invocation.
Hymn "n Thou, to Whom In An
Ilespotisive reading of I'salm 3t.
I'rayer, with I espouse by hoir.
Notices and offering.
Hymn "Jesus, Thy Foundle.ss Ive."
Sermon -"What Church-trolng .May
lo l'of !'s"-Uev. I.uther K. Long.
Hymn Fori h in Thy .Name. n
Iword, 1 iiii."
I enedh tl.ni.
I'ollowing Is the older of service fop
rgan voluntary Miss Kngstrom.
Hy 11111-Mesiis, Lover of My Soul."
Hymn "Stand Fp For Jesus."
1 :ii yer.
Solo, selected -Mr. JJodda.
Notices and offering.
Hymn '1 Love Thy Church, o
Tw(. euphonium seiecllons Harry II.
Solo, selected Mrs. Joy Frink-Kohl-l.aas.
Aitdress- Rev. Luther K. Long.
iw loiiowmg Hor ici'd are an
nounced for the Fpiseopal (Church of
Fnulaiid) missions. Itev. Howard II.
Zlegler, missionary priest:
S. I a Id's, Lake Linden, Library
hal' -Holy rommunioii K:4." a. in.'
."ervce and sermon, ;::!u p. m,
St. John's Mission, Kcarsarge, lot
Courty road Morning service ami .'cr
inoii ,ii ll:iMi a. m.; Sunday school at
Si. Mark's Mission, New Allouez
Smul.iy school at ::!o p. m.: service
and sermon at three oYIock.
Calumet M. E.
Rev. C. r.. Adams t( the Calumet M.
F. church will have charge of the
morning services at the Hancock Con
gregational church . At nine o'clock In
the morning there will be a general
class meeting at t'lie Calumet M. K. At
ID: Si' Rev. W. W. Colbcott will pleach
and in the evening Lev Adams will
preach on the subiect, "Why (5o to
Church'"' There will be special music.
ARE COWARDS ON
Criminals Are Unfit For Service
In Times of War
Lcilin, Jan. 31. Criminal generally
tuiii out lo be envurds on the battle
held, according to observation in the
cases of 'j 21 men with Jail or prison
M'literircM In their record made during
the campaign of Italy in Tripoli hy 1i
onslgllo, chief of Had KUigeon will
the Italian army and reported In
German medical paper. Dr. Consigllo
The abnormal man U unlit for
mciho.Jieally disciplined effort in times
f peace. In war, where the demands
f discipline and the strain of system
atic preparations Increase, he displays
invariably sooner or later a reaction
against his surrouniiings, which manl
tests I tseli' chiefly in morbid hick of
dis Iplilie, disobedience, lnsuboldllia
ta-n cr even descr'ion. The moral
train and the violent manifestation
of war Induce Ir. such men physical
disturbance.!, excitative 1 rises, hysterh
and epileptic attacks and acute Insan
ity. They lack the possibility of meth
odic action, the iron will to respond to
the multiple demands of the Instant
and to the continued physical and In
"While the habitual criminal, al
though impulsive and aggressive to
ward superiors and comrades, general
jy is cowardly in battle, there are
Mining the occasional criminals, ihosi
who have gone wrong through drink or
love of adventure, many- who distin
guish themselves in warfare. I'.ut ever
these relapsed regularlv into breaches
ef .liscipline and were useless for or
' The soldier adapted to moder n war
far", capable of continued effort, able
to retain his cool prr si nce of mind In
battle, is a man who has shown him
iclf in time of peace to be an able,
we!l-di.scipbned citiv.cn. The time seems
lo be past when the blind courage of
the adventurer, unconsc'ou; of danger,
oi.stltutcH an especially valuabb
'lenient in deciding the fate of na
Will Build Several Palaces.
Luke Krnst of lirunswhU, son-in-
law oi hmperor William and two
months a sovereign, has lost no tim
in starting a career of palace building,
one new place for which designs are
now ready Is planned as a summer
residence for the duke and Frincesn
Victoria. Luise and will Maud in
inanniilcent forest belonging to him
near Hriinswlck city. Another pala
near F.lankenbiirg will be rebuilt for u
hunting Feat. The dukr's building ac
tivity Is probably due in part to rival
ry with the crown prime, whose pro.
lest against allowing 1. 1 list August lo
ascend the I Prone of I'.runswl. k has not
been forgotten. The cr ow nprince and
1 1 ownprincess are now building a res
idence al I'otsdam, but Friist August,
with his Lieat personal fortune, will be
able to ivlipsc this.
Reckmeyer January Pre-
lnventory Clearing Sale
It will pay you to
visit Kcckmcyer'i .
take advantage of
the tremendous re
ductions in hieh
Efadc fur onrm,.nt.
and small fur pieces. N
Portunitics to ob- I
Jai" the most I
'asluonuble furs f
very low cost.
Urrect Style I
W'e also show a veru
complete line of Au
lOT tnen nn,i ,
--- - wvrfficrt.
furrier a and Importers
onln St. (Cf. IrsUMf) Milwauk
Laurium M. E,
Class meeting will be held at the
Laurluin M. 1'. church at nine o'clock
In (he morning. At LSC in the after
noon there will be a special "go to
ihureh" meeting to which all are in
vited. Tlu-re will be no service at
lfl.311 In the morning. In the evening
the pastor will preach on the subject.
"The I'hurch's Debt to the I'ommuni
"Co to fhurch Sunday" will be ob
served at the Kirst 1-aptist church,
I'aPimet, with special nuisht services,
and Decision" day will be observed by
the Sunday school. "What Is Your
Lire?", will be the subjec t of the morn
Ing sermon and "The Atonement" will
be the evening sermon subject.
Kev. Daniel Stalker will preach at
the Calumet Presbyterian chunh Sun
day morning on the subject, "Salva
tion Through Christ Only." His even
ing subject will be "Seeking and land
ing." Special music will be offered lit
hoi 11 services.
Kearsarge M. E.
"Contrast" will hf the subject of a
Mimon by Itev. 11. Magahay at the
Kerasarge M. K. church Sunday morn
ing. In tlv evening the pastor will
preach on 'Practical Christianity."
I'nion class meeting will be held
O f f and Sunday s hool at J: SO.
Centennial M. E. '
Uev. .1. J. Strike will be In harge of
services at the Centennial M. K. hurch
Sunday morning and evening when he
will preach on the respective subject,
"Testifying for Cod" a;i.l ' 'lie ward for
Osceola M. E.
At the Osceola M. K. church Kev.
Isaae Wilcox of the Moh'awk M. R
church will preach in the morning- and
IMvvnrd Hocking of Lake Linden will
preach at night.
1 Norwegian-Danish M. E.
"The Lord. His Holy Family." will
be I he I heme of n sermon by Itev. V.
... 1 Ilal,.
W iv.lemeii nl the Mnvm ""
Ish M. 1.'. chunh Sunday morning.
To Found Zeppelin Museum.
The town of l'i iedrichshafeii, on the
Cciman side of Lake Constance has
decided to comniciiiorale Count Zep
pelin's seventy-tilth birthday by found
Ing a museum to show everything
available concerning aerial navigation
by dirigible balloons. Many of Count
Zeppelin's manusi ripts. drawings from
books, and reduced models of his air
ihlps will be placed .on exhibition.
Count Zeppelin made his first balloon
ascension in the Cnited Slates during
the Civil War.
subject of the evening discourse will
be in "Abundance of Life on Condi
tion." Sunday school will meet at 11:43.
The weekly prayer meeting will he
held at the home of Alex Strom, in
Tamarack M. E.
Tdward Jackman will preach nt the
morning service and the pastor, Uev.
W. W. Collycott, will preach in the
Boston M. E.
Lev. V. W. Collycott will preach
al the Loston M. R church at three
oVI.K-k In the afternoon and V. Dun
stone will preach in the evening.
LUSK WILL BE
Pythian Committees Will Com
plete Program Tomorrow
Joseph Swykert. chancellor com
mander of Laurium !nlge. Knights of
Pythias, has been advised by Crand
Chdncellor H. R Van d Walker of Yp
silantl, that Oeorge Ltisk of Hay City,
past .rand chancellor will be in at
tendance at the Pvthlan (i olden Jubilee
celebration at the Aiiiphlilromc at
Houghton on the evening of Thursday,
I'eb. 111. Mr. Lusk will be the princi
pal speaker at this gathering. He is an
orator of Mate-wide. Deputation and
will discuss the History of Pythianism,
a Mihjti-t In which all members of the
order will be deeply intele.-ted.
The committee, composed o repre
sentatives of each of the cupper coun
try lodges, w ill meet tomorrow to com
plete the program for this gathering.
Illinium lodge Is taking a deep inter
est In the arrangements and practical
ly the entire membershfp will be in at.
lendance at the Jubilee, special street
cars having been charieiv.l for their
accoinmodatlon. The Pythian ladies
will also be well represented.
Mie member from iach lodge will
tak-' part in the exemplification of the
special ritual which has I n pre
pared by the supreme lodge for t hi -t
oc tision, a feature which will undoubt
edly be itVgteat intirest. The commit
tee in Charge of the arrangements for
thic golden Jubilee anniversary is
working diligently to make it the most
notable gathering ever held by the
Pythliiiis of this district and in this
thev have the hearty co-operation audi
support of all local members. I
TWO AFTER TPEASURERSHIP.
Candidacy of John Cdhes Announced.
Jokeph Cabpeau May Enter,
John (Sillies yestcrdav announced hi
candidal v for the otfo-e of villai-e
treasurer at the eoinieg eaii.nn and
elevtioii. Treasurer Sipp. having held
the oftiee (or two terms. Is 110 lolilM-r
eligible for le-eli-c lion and il is likely
there will be a likeiy (ii ia.nl.le among
prof pei live Mii-eessors, Mr. Siilii-n ba
been a member of" the lligllt Miliee
lone lor several yearM end is will
known in l In- village, having made hN
home here for an extended period. He
has all the tpialifh-a t Ions f. r tin office.
Joseph Calipeau, a former villa-.-"
liuslee yes.enlay lollllilted be was be
ing Hived by his maiiv friends to be
come a. ciiidiilate for the treasurer
ship and that he probably would enter
the fi' Id, Mi'. Calipeau will undoubt
edly prove a strong candidate, lb- lias
had inn h experience which lits him
for an 0 Ma e of this kit.. I.
At Ma regular February meeting of
the ill H i I next Tuesday evening the
caucus dates will be ciesiunated an1
le"tiou ofl eials named 1'ioin that time
oP, it is ex peeled tile political pot Will
boil mote merrily. U is generally
thought the election this Ve.ll Will be a
PRESENTATION TO HALL.
.ir. and Mrs Charles Hall and
daughter Liu-ile e'epart. , last evening'.
Mil Hall and Lmile for Washington
where they will visit and where the
'atter will inter school and Mr Hall
for I'elevail Wii'.. where he is to be-
ome intt Testi d in a business and lo
atc. 'I he elel Us ol the Vivian store,
ill the eve of his departure, presented
Mr. Hall with
111T links as a
-f their eslet-n
HEARING ON WEDNESDAY.
Howard lieslJosier ai
Hard, bo, of us. cola
in. I nrreiL-iied bc f. re
Thi.rsd.iv iii-ht on the
sault and batn-rv. pt.f.
Hliot of Itsceola. Thei
vatninal ion, w hi. b ccas set for
iiexdav, and yeslci.las iiflein..'
cured bolide in ibf amount of
e.ic h anil w e e released.
e.l b.V Jon
I. in, .im I. d
rested Al 11 1 1 1
!; e here.
I 'red ;'a 1 1 in w iil leave
r Milwaukee and 1'hic;
il! f..-inl a f. v days on
SI lo t I -'iinmissioiier
and will resume hi.'
1 his at'tenii
1 go, where
,f men r einov lntr surplu
ti 'in tli
pl iiaipai f
w a 1 con n t
tfe. I J
This Is tl
rived home from I
he vpi m tj,.. ,,.,st
I the henelll ,,! his he.lll !l
. Tin- 1 'a luinei Junior I
. I er; a no d ii ;t skat inc.
Palestra last evening.
I Ceoi ee . :.M lK of I lie
I .a -p-iting wit Ii bis fat l:i l
1 J'.. 11 lie of ! .i 11 rili 111.
Mi- I'.erlMl.b- Sod-r--e I .
le se'i a- th" Cah, Met leeg.1
k, W le I
.. . ks for
p. 1 1 1 y
1 .'. ! :
ey A. W. Kerr
Thompson of I
d a 1 'ha I r m t s 1 a
D-d in the spring
It hei u
il'V I'M Ion
I t lvldy, son of J.
ilium, has :liiie.l !,
lies.). 1 y.
Il is eNJie. led 1
f..i iii. i ly ill chai ge
pal '111. lit of t he I
Ibaigbloii Will as
ciipacily at t he
'l v ia 11
NEW ORDER IS RECEIVED.
Prohibit Shipping of Illegally Killed
Game Through Mails.
Formal notice has heeri received at
the Laurium postoPice of ii recently
promulgated order which is intended
to bring to an end the practice of
evading slate game laws by shipping
illegally killed game through the mails.
The order is as -follows:
'The postofhc.f departnii'i-.t has is
sued an orcjer pninibiiing the ac-ceiii-
ancc! tor mailing t game killed or !
feied for shiiimenti Jn violation of the
lavvs of any state, territory or dis
trict in which It was khle.l and offered
for dilplnelit. The older permits ac
ceptance for purposes ol mailing of
game lawfully killed .ollcrcil for ship-
Tit, but fresh game may iat bu mail
ed neyond the sec olnl none."
The intioll of the p.lHloltice depllt-
iiietil was bioiiglit about 1 k 1 1 1 1 Ihroiigh
ililllieti''e of (he American (Same
Protective association, and it is believ -
I Will mean a gleat chal ioWal'd walii"
nsei vali.'ii In this country. Fish and
une commissioners in the various
stales also bioiiyhl their iiiilii.nce to
il- and the older issued. It is believ
ed, will prove satisfactory In (hose in
terested in the protection of game.
Since the establishment of the parcel
post, !t is declared, the name viola
tions have been iimi'ii frequent, owing
to the ideal means thus presented for
shipping game unlaw fully killed into
not her slate. The "Lacey act," w hich
pi'opilnty interstate commerce in game
killed In violation of the iaw proved
very eltective insofar as express com-
lanies are concern-d; but with the
sti.blishmerit of the parcels post sys
i'in it was an easy matter for hunters
o gi- e their illegally killed birds r
game into tlie nanus ol tne postotuce
imhorities and escape further liability.
Parcels pe st clerks have been given
pamphlets containing the rudiments of
the Michigan vanie lavvs am before ac-
pting game for shipment they will be
nmpelled to uHcrrtairr whether or not
I .i.'ls been legally killed.
High Class Photoplays
101 Bijon in two pirt.
THE WERE WOLF
An Indian War Drama
THE LURE OF PICTURES
An Imp Drama.
A Rex Melodrama
THE UNHAPPY PAIR
A Powers Comedy
THE STORY OF DAVID
MATINEE AT 2:30.
G A LU tVl ETp sa'ir!5 Poh 78
TH FflTFP U l,L MnlSooo UUI I W
All down stairs Wc
Firft two rows Balcony f0c
Balance Balcony 35c
Down itjus 3"c
Balcony : 25o
Seat sale at Forster's Thursday 3 A. M.
THEATE R 1 1 1
Naxt to Post Office. J Ll
A GOOD SHOW TONIGHT.
Vitagroph Two Reel Feature
Picturesque and charmingly interesting
Motor Cycle Elopement
Two Biograph Comedies that are sure
The Broken Heart
Selig Comedy Brimful of Life.
Gen. Scott's Prodigy
Pathe Indian Dram.
COMING SUNDAY FEB. 1ST
When a Woman Wills
Klein Two Reel Drama.
Evening Doors 6:45, Begin 7 P. M.
. YRI P.
Jl THEATER L
A. Ruttenberg, Jr. Lessee
NEW PROGRAM TODAY
BACK TO LIFE
In 3 Reels
Alro two other reels
THE MYSTERY OF THREE
In 3 Reels.
12 PIECES 12
is coming in
DAUGHTER OF PAN
BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG
In 5 Reel.
If you knew what Delicious Cof
fee could be made with an
and how much easier it is to make it
the Electric Way than any other you
would have one on your table tomor
row morning. Why not do it anyway and find out? Call us up
and we will send one to you. Keep it a week and if you like
the old way better, just return it and there'll be no charge.
If you wish to keep it, we will bill ou $8.00 for the seven
cup size, and you can pay $2.00 pervmonth until paid for, or
$7.60 cash in one payment. You can make seven cups of
delicious coffee at a cost for current of from 3-4 to 1 1-3 cents.