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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FIVE NEWS of -pRATERNAL I the . tr SOCIETIES FULL PROGRAM FOR MARCH 17 Hibernians of Houghton County to Gather in Calumet Tho banquet i" given Tueada) pvealng, March IT. ill (lie Calumet Light Guard gfrmor) under the a us pi . s cii the An tent i irdor i Hii. i nlnns, I ho principal future of the county i 'l"'n ,i i inn in ii- held here In observance f 81. Patrick day, prom , in In one o the moot successful , vents f the season. Ti K is nr.- now ,,n sale at scv cut v -livi .cuts each mid .i large R limber have been disposed ni The public is oordially Invited to i. present anil to njoj this dlstlnctl) Irish night. The Hibernian give full ussurggue thai Mil who attend may . -Xpert -i yer) pleaeggjl evening. It has been (In idvd thai the ba n - r, ii. ni will begin at il'lO o'clock. The Pillowing i the menu: , ilivcs S.lt-d Mull CYlery Cold Koa.st iwct Mnshed Potatoes o.ibbuo Salad Radishes H.nled UM Mould. id liish S dad Pickled Beets o Tongue Cheese Straws Ireoeh Rolls White tread Graham Bread I- rutin Atol te. Cake ( 'oft'ee r,.iio,vinr is the program arranged at a iiu (tint; Of the various commit i, is last evening: Toaatmaeter Circuit Judge P n dltilen. , Prayer Rev, l'i Baatl V ... -ii goto il ni Ashlon , vln Dndraa g. Vocal sob. i Hear the Thrush si ng. Miss Klag. vddreoa Ancient Order of Hlbet nioaa Dr. J. E. Scullon Vocal Mia Mm ushia, iit Lang, - iii-sfc KYaternallam, Dan Holland Vocal sol.. - An Irish I.nve Bong. .Miss tMTOttv. Addraai a Ireland's Struggle for Lib rrty, Miss Mahonajr, Vocal solo, ulrrtni ffatlaa PcsOr miera Vocal solo Kerry Dan.es. Miss Pell ( sso. Addreee Faith aad Fatherland, T Foley. ViCal sol... selc ted -Charles W.-isei:. The members of Dlvlaioni Wo, - atui ' ot Ciiimi.-i will attand special high, mass a' the Sacred Mean Church Tueeday morning. Earl) In the after' noon they will march to the depots to Bjn et Visiting tneintuirs- IfgOM other parts ni He COUnty am' immisliatey after tfc arrival of these visitors, a parade win ba farmed aad aill pr iced through the principal str.-eis .,r caiu nu t. ending ! the Bad H town hall where a short program will It provided. The & H. Hubbell :ind other bendS will appear in this parade aa w in th-- ftlbernlan Rlfl of nan cock. Laurium Pythians. John K. Finlaxson. the new captain Of the first and third rank dent'cc iiatns of LaUTium lodge, No, Id?, Knivhts-of Pythtaa is hualty engaged in organising the teams which Wi;l represent the lodge in the ..'lit. sis held in Connection with the upper pen insula reunion at lahpemlng. Mr. na ley eon aucceeda J. Cadwell as captain of the first rank degree team and H, K Bangater tlf the third rank team. these ofiicers having recently tendered their resignations BO thai the team leadership should fall into new hands. There la considerable material in the Indue from WhlCll to develop hoth teams and little doubt is expreaeed that Lnarlum will t.e as prominent a contender for l be honors thla rear as in t he past i.anrlum will pay special attentl i this year to the new ritualist ii first degree winch differa somewhat from Hie dramatic first drgrf as conferred hy Laurium Jodge in the po at, arorlt which originated with Uaurlum lodnr members. Neil Campbell, now of P--troll ami Dr, M. R. ftnnguter. This win not deter the members from con tinuing practice in ihe ..Id form. hOW ever, and it is altogether llhel) ihal Laurium lodge will .ont.-r both the ritualistic first ami. the dramatk tirt ;it the ah gaming state conentiofi in June, Kivin the deiegataa an oppor tunity to JudKe which is superior. In th.- event the dramatic first de ree is Stomach Upset? Get At Hag Aeal Cauae Take Dr. Ed wards' Olive Tablets. Thafa what thousands of .stoma, h 1 niterers ale loln now. Instead of tak- ii.: tonics, or try in i t.. patch hp poor digestion, they arc attacking real cause r the ailment c logged liver and disordered bawess, Dr, Kdwsrds' olive Tablcta aroaaa 'he liver in a soothing, healing way, whin lag liver ami howels ate er formlng their natural functions, away goea ladagagtlOM and stomach troubal If von have a hud taste In your mouth. totiKue coated, agfjattlta poor, don't-care feeling. n ambition or energy, iroaMad with undlfaailad food, you should take Olive Tahlets. the siii atlthtg for (ah.mel. Dr. Kdwards' CtfiTa Tablets at. I paraly rafsyigMa eompoumi aalaad nith "hv- Ml Von will know ih.-m by th' If llva color They do the work WKaV k'ripinK, cramps or pain. Tnke one or two at bedtime for unh k rallef, so ,,-,, ,,,,, ,.at what you like. At '"' aad lie per gag Tha Ottva lhhrl Coagaagy, Cotajagbata, ohto, AH drag-Advertisement. favored, there is a poaetblltt) it will ba subatlttttad (Off the present ritualis tic fafaa, l aurium lodge membera are swatt ing an ofAelal visit from Ivan Halt of Houghton, .leputv graad chancellor fat thla dlatrktt, who will cogge to Caluaaei soon for ins annual laapectloa of the local IftdgfS To prepare for this in- spactloa, apeoial schools of instruction have been conducted by Laurium lodge for the past few meetings ao that aii of the members ma) faanillariaa themselves with the latest work, Has era I nee. regulations regarding the Set ret work of the order bat un. t r tiVO Pah, I and for this reason the Doming isil of the deputv Is BWgltOd witli interest. Sons of St. Georga. Copper countrj member .t the s.ms ..f st. Qaorga are aagerly awaiting spe- Olal dispensation from the supreme and graad lodges wbl h will snabie ti.m tn conduct a special campaign to raise funds for the assistance of th" relatives of ThOgftga Pally. Arthur and Harr) Jane, the vi.tinis of the Patnaa dale murder early in Peceinlier. There is little doubt this dispensation will be granted to Duke of Wellington lodge of Trlmountaln, of which orgaalsattoti the murder victims were members an i through the Puke of Wellington lodg . n ii planned b) the copper country lodgea to conduct nn gggreaaive . am pagfn to raise fuada, There wen- or iginally three objocta ..f ralalng fhti but the HUhtg Confession eliminates one, the necessity of offering a big re ward for the arrest and detection of the person or person responsible for the minder. The Sons of St. Qeorge, ho'.v ever, h ive two other plans in view, one the election of a suitable monument in honor of the meinorv of the decad ents and the other- providing a suitable benefit fund for the assistance of the parents of the Jane boys ami tin- wid ow Ol Mr. Pally. New Rates Are Upheld. The readjustment of rates recent I) approved hv the Independent Order ol Poreatera in convention at Toronto, i 'an. id, i. and deemed w ise in ord.-r tfi.it the members might have adequate pro tection, compllea with the Michigan, statutes, according to a decision hand ed down this week by JudKe Harvey Tappam of the Porl Huron circuit. In asmuch as this a about the llrst Judi cial action in regard to the new rater, it is . xpe. te.l it will hac a wide ef lei t both in the United States ami Canada, where the order is strongest , In the decision .Indue Tappan t.iis-s the stand th- readjustment was Just I tied ami entirely neceeaary to protest the membership. Judge Tappan's opinion was render, ed in the case of Kumi a Pet Maw. vs. Independent Order ol Foresters, which whs brought to test tin- legality of 11m readjustment. The readjustment af fected onlv those members who Joined th.- order before lit. Calumet Encampment. Calumet Bncampment. No, 77. I. O. ( i. I-'., win enfer the patriarch lal de grea at the regular meeting to be he'd on Friday evening. Office ra and rnem- oefs are ealllesllv awaiting further advices from Qrand Patriarch Thomas J. COBUn of Crystal Pa. Is. who it a expected will visit I'alUIUet slloltlv i.l company with other grand lodge offi cers, for the purpose ..f inspecting the encampment, ami Incidentally to wit neaa the conferring ot tha second de graa bv the new (P uree staff, this ,he- Ing the degree which CalumeJ sncamp saenl win confer at the graad encamp ni. in in. tin;; .u the Boo in Ma) . County Convention April 1. Calumet and tauriura .amps of the Modern Woodmen are looking forward with interest to the county convention Which w ill ba held in Hubbell 00 Apr I I. This will be the first county gatA- arinaj of the Woodmen for a numbei Of months and a number of matters affecting the copper couatr) will be considered. Delegatea also will ba . boaen to represent the county at I In state convention which jwtll be bold i m . nth utter, Supreme Director Coming. The edgcera of Knterprise Lodge, Modern Brotherhood oi America of Laurlam, have been notified by Su preme Director Albert a. Heaa of Me nominee, that he will Shortly visit this section for the purpose of conducting a school of instruction ami conferring with local members and OfJtcani on RMttera if interest to the older HlS v isit is gntfc ipate.l w ilh pleasure by ihe local members for he is known t- I p.- uf the most active and enthusi astic membera of the M, it. . a. hi Mi hlgan, Lady Isabella Lodge. The menu. ers of Lady Isabelte lodgO, Ladies AUgilMT) of the St. Andrews' society are working dlllgeatl) to pre- pare for the concert, dancing party aild so. ial elitel lainnient, Whlcfe W ill ). CoadUCted on March N ill the Washington school hall. BgCgllenl maak has been secured for the ncca sn -n ami program W intereatlng oil"-. Charity Lodge. K. of P. The hist d egr i a w ill b nfat rod . th.- raaralar gatatlng of Chartt) i.ik'. No. 1.11. Kninhts of PylhMM in the fill, hi bUlhtlag Thursdav SVeallSg, The ssamberahlp f the lodga is showing splendid increase tin- v. ar and various acttvltlea are aaaansd raw tha mar fu ture. Elks to Hold Election. The Calumet Luggl -'f Klks w ill hold us annual election m tha Hha temple igla pyenlni ami rail attendaw . metnbcs is has to. ii is aader- gtoOd thai opposition will develop tot bssjh ,,f tag aaaaortggg oiiices. LONDON CHORUS GIRL MAY SUE TITLED ACTOR MISS PAUL AUFRERE. New York. Match to. -Vlseounl Panggg ami h,s show-girl bride, ihe former May Ptcard, will not back to London on their honeymoon, Tna happy young COUple plan to remain rtghl here in little old New York. There is a good reason, hint some of their friends, lor iheadi .f the Yls- count in cancelling the proposed trip back to Bngland, Miss Paul Aufrer, another London chorus Kill, was until last August gggggad to Qangan, It was he who called off the enuauemellt. He declares he does not gg ha, k to Rngland booauaa it is not likel) that he ami his father would patch up thoft differences. Itut, savs a rumor, Panuau would most certainly be served with papers in a suit if he dares set fool BS Hritish soil. Panuati and his i , ride a t e both membera of a theatrical company now showing on Broadwav. University of Michigan News of Interest From the State's Chief Educational Institution. I The Summer Session. The twenty-first annual summer summer session of Hie Cniversity of Mlrhtgan win ..pen June ami con tiaOS for akthj weeks in all depart ments, except in the College of Medi cine and SuiKcry. a six weeks term. The t aachlng staff artt number about L'lill and will be selected almost exclu sively from the regular faculties. The summer session differs from ihe regular session in that there are no formal reqiueroOnts for admission, though th- w,,ik is Bgutveieal lg method, character, and credit value, to thai of the academii year. Btudents who desire to he. ome candidates f-.r a decree must, how.ver. aaatriealate and satisfy the usual requlrogaonta tor ad mission t.. candidacy, in the College ol the Arts and Sciences it is How BOO sihle to secure a bachelor's degree b) attendance upon three summer and three academic sessions. In general, this .eduction in ttgsg mav also l,, made in all other departments. Itesides those included in the regu lar academic prograat, provMlon ins been made for gaily puhlk lectures on a wide mage of special subjects. These lectures win i,e given b) members ..t the faculties ami Vlflltlng lectures, and are free to the publli I " .unat Ic re eltala, concerto, open air performances by the Hen Creel W lUtWH f'lavel-i. excursions to Niagara, Put -In -Bay, and ltke Krie, receptions, el... afford further non-neademk attfgctloni for ihe aummer atudeni Olle of tile Special ionises offered for the summer deals with lb.- science if practical embalming. The rert Ideate in embalming ami aanitarj m lence, la mwd to those win. complete tics cars,., is recognised by the Michigan State Hoard of Health in lieu of an examination i,, ran emhalmer's llcenet Ann Arbor affords an ideal place to.' summer study ami recreation, An eg tensive park system, the Huron River and WhltJBOre Pake. Ihe pi't ill cs. r ,- boulevards, a completelv equipped ath letic field of forty a, l es. the cu s i ceaalblllty ol Detroit, Laka Huron. Lake st. Clair, Pake Brie ahd rartoua Canadian points, besides healthful cli matic conditions all ihcse combine Ul make Ann Arbor a most popular eP)' for summer school purposes. l.asl summer l.MI students were ', attendance, about ",'i per ''lit of tfMMO in the College of Science and Ihe Ar.s heing teachers, a considerable number ,,f whom were professors in COilegS ami gniveraltlea, auporlntendenta, or high school prtaclpala and teacher, over 4n milage graduatoa were in at tendance. All th. stales and lerrlto; - km ami a large number .,f foreign countries wen represented. During the past three veats lb.- Bttl rorait) aatanglog lootoraa have gggge ggrni over .'no, noil iieople in the state of Michigna, These lecture, given by the university faculties, are fToe to the people, the expense beiliK defrayed bv an appropriation made bv the hoard f regents A , i ii ten t ev ents i oarOe b is been organ Hod in cgggiantlow with the grgrh I of one of the Igrgg history .lasses. Although no credit Will he giVM) fOT the vvdi-k. tiio"e than ffg students have enrolled in ti urate, The "Inde pendent" will lie used as a text-booK. The Cnlverait) v. M, C. a. has en tered upon an acme campaign toi It 1100,000 fund with which to .rect and equip a building at the carper of state and Huron streets. The controversy between the Cm. ui and the Y. M. ' '. A. was brought to an end bv the latter's agreemeal to confine its religious ac tivities exclusively to the religioua in terests of students, thus leaving the social interests to the tTgion, So long as the Y M. '. A. -.,1-Ved as a so, ial as well as a religious center it wes contended b) tin ITnlOfl ofBctala that the ITnlon'a distinctive held ot endeav or was being Invaded. The .settlement of the difficulties gives added impetus to ihe ITnlon'a campaign for a now chili house and ustricts Hie Y M. C A. to a building project much less am bitious than original!) contemplate J. Funds will be solicited by Mr W. II. Tinker, religioua secretary, and Mr. Carl smith, graduate aenaptary. The ITalon'a campaign for a million dollar fund, contingent upon RsMd atudeni life memberships, will soon be carried beyond campus confines if the record of the past we.-k is susl a ilied. line thousand life memberships have ni land been taken mil bv students and t he list i.s grog gg I apidl v . M. ( '. Ko, her has beep sued for di vorce in Lapdrte, Ind., after to years of sepal at ion 1 1 ,in bis wile AMUSEMENTS. R 0 Y A THEATER Next to Post Office. E.C.Bichards, Mgr. Kalem two rel drama INDIAN FATE A young half breed mests a whits girl. The two fall in love with each other. Lster comes the (taggsrmg dis covery thst marriage is impossible they are brother and sister. PATHE WEEKLY REVIEW NO. 12 Knows all, sees all. ANTIDOTES EOR SUICIDE TAMING TERRIBLE TED Lubin Comedies. COMING THURSDAY MARCH 12TH HCILDREN OF THE FEUD Vitagraph Two Reel Specisl L The Saving of Money by the use of Royal Baking Powder Royal is economical, because it pos sesses more leavening power and goes further. Royal saves also, because it always makes fine, light, sweet food, all digestible; good flour, butter and eggs. More important still is the saving in health. Royal Baking Powder adds anti-dyspeptic qualities to the food. Laurium Department BACK TO FARM MOVEMENT IS GROWING SAY DEALERS DEMAND FOR CUT OVER LAND IN DICATES MANY WILL BE COME AGRICULTURISTS. There is a health) demand f.,r farm lands among people of Laurium; which. real estate dealers assert, indicates that the bmk-to-t ne-iarm movement has b) no means subsided. IngUlrleg are being made gimoal daily for v nt -over tracts in and adjacent t,, the copper cuntry and it is apparent th it value ,,!' a '.veil managed farm is real Inod, particularly by people ,,f com tollable means. BUBlneaamOtt as we'! as others who have money bo invest are a along the Inquirers ami while a gggjorit) prefer a farm that already Is cleared, they are not adverse l,, buy ing unimproved land. Th,- sdvertiatng which the upper peninsula enjoyed through the utiles of the Upper peninsula Development bureau is regarded locally as tha crea tor ,,f an agricultural boom and people with farm lands t sell are reaplag the benefit of it. as well as those who are buving tracts. The systematic cain paiKn which the bureau has Institute I already has hrotlghl results in that i number of Inquirlea bave been received in Laurium from people loaldlng In lower Michigan and in other states. In addition to many transactions in AMUSEMENTS. rROWM V-s. FAMILY THEATER I W. L. Foley, Mgr. "Mopev" Jones oiie day, when seeing our ad Wondered if this would make him glad: photoplay a, of nuht ami arrong Oueoa i n go, 't won't take me long. So each night he's sure to bo there He leaves behind all worry an 1 are. Now "Mopev" Jones is a differ nt man. And eajoya htmaelf when e'er ba can. Program today and Thursdav "THE PLOT AGAINST THE GOVERNOR" A two pait feature depicting present -da political conditions, THE SPEED KING" A selected Kev stone coltli dv . a rea: tickler. "WHEN CHEMISTRY COUNTED" A melodrama by the famous Am erican atara THE BIRTHDAY CAKE" iieiiaice drama, Watch this space tomorrow for our next big special attraction. TRY A NEWS WANT AD. is considerable never wastes local farm lands, raaaldorabla atten tion has been directed toward agricul tural dlstrhts of other states and not a few copper country people who have profited through judicious Inveetaaenl ate buying improved tpgetg in the northwest. PRIZES FOR DOG RACES. Merchants Contribute to Saturday's Derby M?ny Entries Filed. Buaineeaman an- liberal m their aap poll of the dOg derby which will he held in Laurium la tarda) afternoon and with a hUgjg list of entries that al rad) baS I g tiled, the event prom ises to be a success. Janp s T. FlMhef ..He of th.- promoters of the racee, is i charge of the contributions and in ad dition to nana) small prlgea, a numhat ol cagh donatloaa have been received by hint. Third street will be ptgOOd m COBdl tion for the races Friday afternoon and Marshal James Wills will have a Stall ol' assistants who will keep the track dear. Ii has been suggested that the course be roped Off to keep spectators front crowding upon the track and it is lik.-iy that this aiiangementa wiH be made. Pan CdotOk, the dire, tor of the derby, la receiving entries at the tow., hull. TRUSTEES REORGANIZE. At a recent meeting of the Fir't Baptist .hutch, n w trustees vve.e elected and the board ssjhaoejuently haa reorganize.! Pdwaid LOO has bOOU named chairman. 1. .1. R lei is sec re AMUSEMENTS. it-anata, sbbbsbbbbbbbsj MbW PEOPLES THAT BIG UNIVERSAL PROGRAM TODAY Bob Leonard in a two part drama "MICHAEL ARNOLD AND DR. LYNN" A startling drama that winds up with a good story, an excellent situation. Neat or Dr.. ma "COUNTESS BETTY'S MINE" W allace and Petty take charge of the mine which is ilynamiie I later. COMING THURSDAY AND FRIDAY With M.it nee both afternoons Phillip Smalley and Lo,s Weber Shakespesre's Masterpiece "THE MERCHANT OF VENICE M Four pa't REYNOLD'S MARKET This week we hsve the finest jrade of cattle, hogs, pork loins, mut ton. etc OUR MOTTO: "Clean, fresh, yoonn stock is always the cheapest m the end." If looking for cheaper cuts we hsvs them slso. There is no baking powder so economical in practical use, no matter how little others may cost, as the Royal tary and Ben I) feotging, Mrs. Jam- s Oroofl dad i J Roedel arera named on the HnairT committee SUICIDE IS VERDICT. A jury, impunnolei! by Coeogor Wil liam Fisher to iuuuire into the death of i ix.'iir Johnson. whose bo.lv was found in the Laurium Jail tWtl weeLs a o. roatarday returned a verdict of suicide. The verdict whs "that the de cedent tame to his death by his own band, by catting hla throat with a rar.or, with gutetdul Intent." A SOfl has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Simon J. carter ol Ml Pewabk street. AMUSEMENTS. EXTRA -EXTRA LYRIC JLM THEATER WILD BEASTS AT LARGE Wild Animal Comedy postponed until tomorrow THE WEDDING GOWN traph drama AND 4 O i HERS 7 Reel Program 7 Commg Tomorrow THE HOUSE OF DISCORD BtOgmph two part dramn. AMATEURS FRIDAY. "HER VISITOR" A pretty melodrama. HEAVEN WILL PROTEC" THE WORKING GIRL" joker Comedy Them Jokers are full of laugh; Universal spec iai. I