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TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE PrVfc pictures Do Not Injure Eyes, Health Nor Morals, Says Eminent Physician Staff J Member of the John Hopkins University Refutes the Theory of Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, Chicago's Super intendent of Schools ily f l'lilKK Y in ('hi" months uu". mm, mjparlntandanl uc Ml nilnuts snsiRg Mm astd Mtm Ella if schools ngty advocating tin , n ordlns ik ' i utrtag Intortnlsntoii bat m md tlx Nlnu in pil l UK' i has i i ii wati iii ii;. novlng pic rfcUa raJTI list Ml i i. i n -ir.uiifil ili t fs ill If .mi 1 11 ui-ti thraugnout 1 1 if tlhOUl Mfli iMtflW I SS lOIMi Vounv nypoinM dm now ! lUghl) ii'luli'il by cinlnrul iim-iIi-UtkotittM in an iirtUli- written by Leonard Kssns Hlrachnerg, M. A . M n ni Juhiu H:kins Ualvataity, null MibUihad i" lit Catengjo suudnv Kx trstasr, Man ii 'j- Kxtnu ts from lau Itsgttty iiitll' arc gtvag Ut'ivw 1th ! Ku-i v body KH' In Tlt irtHT pictUJPH letraday Nol nly art mviiiK pic nic Uumtsrs hut th psrfurm ii, cs KTt U gtod, If nut bUttar, than ,,, in tka two iiuihn bjoiMMi You lu.i the plMMMMt the music, the i iini fciri, the eniertainment ami the in KTUCtlon in a gsOVtag piBtUr theater i ;, greater i-ertulnl.N than In munv vi-cilleil liviitnate hmiKes,' ami at far an atasaar.1 Wli.tt li.irm i there, tlien, in visit gj MBViRN phHlWp theaters ' Are the Injured? In the llc;illli of the ttroai deatroyad Are the murals of r i ... young rorrvgdtd by them : "Tile ;illsM'l' tu all these iplerieR is ;.n f phatl Ni. Just as the ..I.I 19 playhouse gradually eliminating nil UK uf vice from its psrfarntanos; just . editors of all ntagasinas aava ,nn' i" understand that the reading I,; .lie lines nnl relish even a small ton . i Hie wlebjtd, I he photoHlay pp !'! r- fttVU learneil thai their pub j, will have nolle of the NUtfceslh e, the ViCiOlM, "r the unpleasa nt . KIMttnl prndsa ami tsattigatnnt nier gag who read visa into laa drlnfclng, ami whOM voice art for war against pii mures w nsvi soever ; who aptl ferttt th. ir i I'ltaudinK ImllKimtinn plrai moderate totiaoco mBokingi Suwliiv Walks, the stately minuet ami . iiueeful Bogtow waltz, have al nei) WCOgniZeil the (lend tn ii'iisiil' er - ensure it. Itm rertaln amateur physiulnsism iml SBticlans continue tn atadi this bra ii i MiiTtainment and Inatmctlon. in their kenoraave they dsninrn that vision, styes, manulaleil i i -H.. eye strain, pinkeye, inflamed lids pat ryes and etaar troubles spay .ii. i ai: devutog from attendance M ihf Moving p hii uiaa hi Renberi Harlan urgaon general -t M.mi.tiiii. perhafM the beat opthaJa astasia in the smith, and the envoy MM i.y I lie -iivi-rimr tn Mwdy (he M rye mala, traeOMMi in the m west Virginia, thane asMjMare di nonaenaa, Dr. Harlan, wuli abSM I i.el npop ihis inatti-r in 1 1 1 d. asserts thai I he hntir M v i Mkefe day in WatfitllMg Hie asdaj picture simw ran raaati in H bJI In tlw eyes. A Tonic to Tired Eyes. '"l. i K even tall her ami IIS '" IhM (WO bOttfU a day in the dark MditartOBI of a Steture playhouse, Mtrhiat tin. movlasj liims, is aetvally " Mhwble tonk t tired eyes. 'aim i an. mis by Prnffsjaor Kninht ""':ii in tii.. phyachoioaical iai 'i Johns lliii kins unlve baVe shnwn that even the diKhl Mlek- er whie.ii is . asinnaiiy nppears nn saa linn plotttraa tatsai up h ryssbjhl ami makes it BSjOfe a. nn . it is unwise, p.-ihap . f.n s.,m,' par Hons ) aw, raasj or iftsinp to use thali e, s at Inse pBjfejsj nn a minK train, Ml ear. last bOSt, nl aeiniane. The Hi barlRsji Ibjhts ami ahsdows frosn this irtsratlaa arc Hahle to .in harm tn yoar retina. W hs'' Bajasjas the ptiophole. inns. I. M and l. ns oi niir . es must Im' 'nnstantly PPBtlglap iii'IIN. "liiis is not th,. oaas srtth mnvinv, iiiures. At iii.- ptetare theater the s-- tator sils tmm twelve In s, , iai hundred feet a B a I nun Ih. senen 11)1- on McB the motion photasnjnpha are i brown vt thai dlataam the focus af tka ehaagea bat utu-. n.. matter paw much nicker there may ba in fact a little Mieker is hspeih becsakat it baa pa the musrloa from beoomine hIum- irlsh. wnrnnul and ni.i.l.nii.,iii.. tn lantfe. "Undouhtedly children, ami adutta .-ii wen nave Dcoome nure nonerant ami better educated la maaj reaper ts sim movhaj pictures have aoaulrad su h a sjwaa. Ranaati phyaohosaffioal tests ni.i.l.. iiii.in , hddren Immwlliilali ,ftu vlnsj a mealasj picture eaJkfbitlon prove thai they dislinuuish DOlOTS more acutaly, rwecalai form ami shape MMsra fcarply, ami rtmaiahii Ibyurea, sizes and athaf v isual diuVrem . s bat tar Hum they did bsjora they went to MM the pictures. They surpassed in all the lists children who had ant viattsd picture showa but who eara neveV theieea, suhjectad to the samp kind of eaclteaaeal ii wttnaaafiaj a melodrama perfurmed by actual Reahandhood aitors. instnnees ,.f weak eyes, astitftnatism, neai -sinnness. Kianulnled eyelids and .iiimm in, mums oi in., optxal appatauis, caejHaanly sttrtbutad by rerslnm ah aervers tn motloa photopntphs ore round upon fair and thorough Invea ligation tn he due to entirely dilYerent cniiKi's." W Features at the Royal. in the powarfUl tare ' pari ICslsm aranut, mtiu Romgerntor 'nr the patrons of th stun nf mi adventttran wimse yorb lands hat ami an MmagsssNag in jaii n a rainy RaiNSS) afternoon. Meti oes. a yirunK Idler, llnds himadr K.r- mn i in a ni ..i . . it. -in. ni . lie Koes to a lashiomiMe restaurant, when- he m -eis .M l all, who is gfjggf MPlly on the mime iplest. They strike up an acqunlntanea, and ba WsM sooa has three other lonesome ones in tin party, The ranveraptlaa touehae tha gash f raaaanae in grant M)tlaa Cfcgai ehaaagj to nee a wpaplag female on the other side pf the ro.n. gganattag him self to the others, he j;o'S over to la I maueH Dei ni iiiaitilan. e ami proffer bis sympathy. Bhaal nrat ratptaafl ins assistance, hut tails him over usrain and siiKKesl s that he and his friends help her by anriimpailj Igg her in a taxi for a short disiame. MMFgH Is the only .me who is apparently tin willing, tint Anally the) laugh him in to oagsjng too. When thay gat nut of Hie laxi and wail for hat t me bang from some point around the lolner, they lisoVer Hi ii thay gave h en PuaaUidj All vow ' ri ean. e. Cblss determines to land tha nllender. Al poliee headi ua rl SSJg she is kNNttsaad from Oasse di scrip Hon and her puna is raoegn4aad pg an old ana, Calai Is informed that her next slop is likely to go fhilsifl t'hia. B) chance he conna is y iPkll with Hu woman, and i houM'h nearly thrown oil the UmCk lor a lime he aarts to dlggulae and wads both t lie unan and MufaJI, bar acvomplie... The sixth laatallMMnl of the Kalh- Ivn scries will he shown at Ike H.o.il nn. now niKhl instead nf tonight. Tha film was delayed out of i'hioai?.i today, Laurium Department DESIRE LATER SHIPMENT OF TROUT FRY THIS SEASON CLAIMED EARLY PLANTING NOT AS SUCCESSFUL AS LATER IN YEAR. IS tive tomorrow se patrons of faWi y Crane ami ip- Royal win i eacitlng Buckley are ri- W 1 1 I I a situations. ram m ave ami in busineaa, itoth men love Delia. Buckley rows t bring StMUl the downfall of his rival wlu n Palis promises In marry CtaW I he scoundrel tries to en use a strike iunnnn nines emtnoyees, imt INIi.in auk k-wMledness frustrates his heme Later Buckley almost succeeds in sep. aratlag Dells and crane when he hires an adventuress to pose as his rival's wife, iii- is agata tolled whag Tony, one of Crane's rnrployea. de lates that he saw BSSOSdey pay the advetil iircss In pose Rfl his emplnvet's wile. IHiven In liespetation. BttChlay traps his rival in a refrigerator car which is then sent daahtnp down bill to meet a passenger train opening from the opposite dlrac Hon. India learns of her sweetheart's peril. How she rescaseu him from death ami prevents a tes i sale arrack, will hold piioioplay fans'' tense with excitement. Another Inter eating subject at the Royal is -Th. Unman in lllack." S Historical Film at People' "Washington at alley I'oiue. i blntortoal mibject faithfully iegiiitlag an intaraating evsnl in the pnighH stage, features the People's ogjarlng. Batty, n. . daughtar nf a pttautamaja who was killed in the liattle nf I.eX innton, is mogptna at Hie inn of gff tiacls, a Tory sy tnpathi.er. near the winter camp nf WasblBgtoa's army at Valley Pntga, ggtty Ureas aad is tourtad by a rabel saldltr who in real Ity is it Brltlah spy. A detachment f Hessians are occupying the inn ggag news arrives from Valley I'orue that the lime is propitious for attack n Hie Contlnentata. Ratty sstjihsais tha I MUM of the Hessians. Tn .airy SPOtd f the proponed attat h to Waahlagton, 1 he ghajaJaas as a cripple hoy, ami by a clever fuse she obtains the written plans of tha Hessians. As she emerges from the inn she meats her sweetheart, the spy. Trust iml; in him. she tells him ..I her put pnse ami he takes the plans and prom ises to deliver them to Waahlngton She returns to the inn and romovei iter disguise, instead of rarrylag out i et tv s instructlona, the spy brings word tn the Hessians that Washington will spend the niulit at the inn. i.' ii.v s brother, who has h.en grunt ed a leave af nbnenee by Waahtngton V isn nis sister. IS cnm cale.l tie.ir I be inn. He bears the spy betray hi commander. The brother attacks the iy, and in the battle the brother is neipoweren, i.ih not IMMOre ttetiy I'll- i. is tiie scene ami learns the true klentlt) of the man she Inves. The spy and the Hessians Ihen plan to murder Waahlngtua it ha arrives at the inn. Their plans are again over- b aid b) Batty, Bsjata she eaa do anything, however, tha Hessians are hidden in the bouas .md Wnahingtoa and La Payette arrive The conapira tors intend to murder Waahtngton BS he sleeps, and he is POOdUCted In t bedroom by tha Tory innkeeper. Rat iv now llberatat her borthet, ami tattg i .in in iiy tn Valla ("arga ami bring i he tTontlaental soldiers to sav.- thsll RenernL Ratti than goes to Washing inn's bedroom and tells him: The landlord says von must lake the oilier muni, sir. This DM is already taken.' Washington, with no suspicion of the 'upper country rod and run clubs, including tin HoOnKas ami CalugMI and He. la plubs Of l-auiium. th Aus trian chid and the Lake Shore ehtb of CalUMMt, all of which have guide ap plication for consignments of brook traul fry tn tie planted in tha copper country water, prnhaldy will make an effnrt this year to have the ahtpmcnl of fry delayed until Intel in the sum mer, possibly until the latter pall of May or the ilrsi of June. It is claimed that the chames of success are much greater than ShSU the try are planted early in the season, and thai a larger proportion of the ndi live. It is pointed out thai w hen ihe shipment-, ale made erly in the season, .t is frequently Impossible to reach tgs head asters of the trout streams ami thai the fry often havo to he deposited in ihe,. water, with a swift current wherw only the hardiest of them can survive. Two or three Weeks later, u would he possible to plant the fry in shallow water, and Inasmuch as the try would be a little larger owing to ihis deluv, there would In- reason to hops for greater i smrtts. This year the planting should he mora successful than usual ovin' t in ran ine waiern in ine streams are imt Ukelv to be high, and If the sports men are sue estiful in their efforts to have the shipment of fry deferred for a short lime, thay will have great ex pectations of SIICCi'SS. The lio-un-Kee cfgh of l.aurium now has eighteen members in good standing. It has been deiidbd that the annual fishing trip to the mouth of the Huron, starting from Houghton on tin- tug Valeria the morning of Thursday, May l's. jrltl be for club members only. Th.- Ushei'men will ar rlVe home n ihe Sunday following Memorial das . CONFISCATES MEASURES. John T. Row Clean Up Some of the Ithpem ny Stores. A thorough 'leaning mil of all Ulag ai ajafghts 'lei measures la aas la Ishp. niing ei,. s OOS acomplished last week by John T. I to we. of Lau rium. depot) state dairy ami fond m spas tar, says Tha Mining Journal, He destroyed numerous dry measures ami gave warning thai il illegal meas ures were found in use aggjg arrests would he made. in prev ious visits Mr. Row BjgscatsJ mvaral measures. hut on his last urjp he round autre 11 - legal measures in use than on jiiiv tormer Inspection, Most of the iner- ehaats wad were found " be asgag short measures said thai they had pure baaed them boi levins, them to be standard. Mr. Rows asserts ii.at Marquette county badly needs an otti. iai sealer of weights and measures, iiiniim that the number of violations found by him in this county warrants the saaploy meal of Mich an oaatJat The county is, In l In: regard, behind the times, he says. Many of the counties of the dis trict have already made provision for this servii e. 'Die pondltiofl oi Ishpaattng's dairies in excclleM. compared with that af BatghbatJng dlatricta, Mr. Roan sa.. ami their sanitary arrangements ate now as good as any in the upper pen insula. Mr. Rows expn ssed himself a being pleased with the result of hu inspection l.i re. BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL. Control of Large Stock of Land East of Townsh.p Changes. Tim firm f Andercaa ami Dothny, ' u csiaie .ii'ciik yeateidav ranaPl negotiations whereby the rontrai of large tra k "f Mad bVSatad about one mile east of vlie b.w nship limits pass ed into the handy of Malisla ;.is .a n 1... The transact'..!! was OgM of the btggC ' real estate deals of the year and Indl ratai the rapid return of aaadldggaa I this distrUt's future More than ,. "'mi was invohed as lowsidei a t ion . Mr Anderson. In discussing the sit. aattan rasnardajr, atatai that the out look for the farmers of th ppsjl oUjOiry ihis year is very sncoui .-im.. TPs re w ni i.e a bigger at Nsuye under Cultivation than ever before ami ev .-t v raaaaa t beUeva the fimsis wig meet wiib great slice. ' Late last lall Mr. Amlersnn sjoaad number Of impoiiaut real estate (talis i lions and he reports there are s. , -eial others pending at tin- present Line which aie al... ipiite important tad which pn.i.ahly will be , L.seJ within the next ten davs PLEASANT SURPRISE. AJ t P rtv of the lady ami pssgja maa frlsauts of foster ttk hois of Kanrsarga stresi arprlnsdl ban at ins home gatarda) evening The evening Man spent in music and gnn.es and proved a very delightful one. RsflSgh merits were served. AMUSEMENTS. Johnson iviHIl. .dm has been IP for ihe past several weeks is reported to be improving rapidly, There will be a meeting of the ln! an Ameri' an II 'Zen - L arue in I'orreano hall on Salni'lav esening Shine In Every Drop! is it:t!rrfMt. ,,. not dry out i . an be lise.l lu UW IS t .!rop. lieu: . ii 1ST j al Ni.liltcly li" i t. ; cart. Yuu .y.,r n.oiicy t " llUKt atb. Black Silk I.. i...t ... ir ii, 'wt iy..ii..ii.i. i ..,i uui.im e.airt-iiikt nou.i.t li 'l.rf LHtl.hl, II. m "ft II. Stove Polish .i" a "" '" " .ik kl.il II.OI,"). I t I tt; I " I P ag, m... i.', a If it i-ii t tin Umi STC-jX j J Black Sine Stov PolUk Ir'.I .TV'I f V'orki, i . I...I..M. yislpdMBsUi g ml sSVswsdPH gKiQIfB i'r" r7ysfijHrfTl ! '" HllrigjT'isHii ii ii" rcjtxi t..i . u ui. smaa2fse9a3 unn'.'.in AMUSEMENTS. TO ENTERTAIN TONIGHT. The Touns Men's Catholic club of Laurium will entartahi at en Baater party, with cards, bowling and dglH.' Ing in the auditorium of lbs Bncrt I Heart high school building tin - even Ing. The Ideal orchestra will reader tUUSlc and refreshments will be S trvad bv the Ladies Auxiliarv of the eluh. Tha area of corn harvested ITnlted States in IHL' was in:. in the girl's noble purpose, is led into her bedroom vvhlle she returns and OCCU MpS his i m. The spy cannot pre vail upon any one of his soldiers to do the bloody deed, SO he decides lo do ;l himself. He steals upstairs and Into the roam be auppoeee is occupied ay fgashlngton, Ones baalde the bad, be plunges ins nagger lato tha form which Is lytna before him. in the mean time. Betty's brother has warned the Conthaaatals of tha pad against Was i lagtoas life. LaPnyattc hurries to the inn With a detachment nf .soldier.'. Upon his arrival at the inn he UCCUJ the spy. 'Too late1" cries the trailer, "your commander lies dead upstairs." ai tins moment Qenemi Washington comes dowa siaris. un seal lied, a moment late Ratty follows him, wounded to death She dennunc- s get former sweetheart and div--. Pbe spy Is taken prisoner and carried iwav to await the punishment which s reserved for traitors, Adidt on i i Theatre News on Paige S . VERY SUCCESSFUL TERM. Vincent Vsiro Makes Splendid Record as Postmaster In Laurium. Tie retirement yesterday of Vincent S'airo from the Laurium post am si r ship brings to aa emi very euot - - ful term in that office. Sim e Mr. Valru took boM Of tha duties of the olllce. the service pgfl been improved lo a remarkable extent through the int i - ductloti of free delivery, aad tha Laa ri um office la sstabtkfhnd In new . i . i .-1 1 -tets, prepared especially lor paatoflW i p urn ones ami one af tha most gmdern plants in ihe upper peninsula. 'i'i,. corps of ctarhs and carriers has bacn thoroaghl) organized and is now one of the moat sflb lent bodies at im- count y. With ins retirement from the post' mastership, Mr. aim enters into pal aershlp with Joseph Chatal, tha arnj to engage in a general couita' ting en lNlldlng business. The linn aire d. i as set erai good contracta. GOOD DEMAND FOR HOUSES. The demand for houses in the vil lage of Laurlua, mention of which was made a shnii time kga, has con tinued steadily sim thai time and I here are m only a few vacant hous es in the ciiinc village, uaatrabte residences are in graai demand nhd each day applicants for houses of tgC better 'lass have In be turned down, If this condition inutilities, it is ptolt able that a number of new residences win i.e erected in tha village this - ii Miner. (TALUMEqr) Vy : THEATER : 1 Successful in all the numerous ailments caused by defective or irregular action of the organs of digesting and elimi nation certain to prevent suffering and to improve the general health BEECHAMS PILLS Sold avMywhera. In boa. 10c., 25c. COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 20th 7:30 P. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY M. 9:00 P. M. MATINEE SATURDAYS ?:30 P. M. Refined Vaudeville CHANGE TWICE WEEK LY MONDAY AND THURSDAY AND Feature Pictures REGLAR SERVICE PICTU R ES C H A N GES MONDAY, WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY, SATURDAY. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT. Kawasian Troupe of Russian Dancers Acrobats and Musicians. 7 PEOPLE 7 Dudley and Parsons In Refined Singing Comedy Act entitled "A TIP FROM TIPPERARY." All down stairs Balcony PRICES: 20 cents 10 cents AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. a. a a aafa AaaTa aaaa afaaa. aTaTA .afra. Aa .aSa. a. .aSa elftgi shftgi gftm atftg s? VFWrFWVWFFWFVFFWFWW d) rdj djt dhj 4 dv ROYAL THEATER Next to Post Office. E.C. Richards, Mgr. The Wonderful Adventures of 1 INot arrived, will be shown Wednesday afternoon & night 2:30, 4, 7, 8:15 and 9:30 "Alone in the Jungle 99 t i i i i i ? t i l t 1 1 : i 1 1 1 Z PEOPLES' THEATER UNIVERSAL HEAD LINER TODAY Francis Ford and Grace Cunnrd Featured in B'g four part Drama "WASHINGTON AT VALLEY FORGE" The Greatest Historical Drama Instructive. Also Other Good Ever Produced. Pictures Will be Educational Shown. and Box Office Open 6:45. First Show Prompt at morrow. 3:45. 7 p. m. Matinee to- jrROWNiLYRIC I V. HU TlllTB I 1 I'4-' THEATER J W. L. Foley, Mgr. TODAY An especially interesting ama teur program tonight. 'DELMAR' The human adding machine and mental calculator will perform and will also explain to the audience his method of produc ing the answers so quickly. TONIGHT ONLY ii "FILLY." pan DaaaJaa frill tin MUTUAL WEEKLY' Of Ciu rant Bvt ata Selig 2 Reel Wild Animal Picture MRS BROWNS BURGLAR. CAESAR BIROTTEAU" Feature Tomorrow THE BURIED PAST" In t i iirt8. "COHEN SAVES A K xl"ni THE FLAG Contad) . Coming Friday and Saturday. Third s.ri,-8 af "OUR MUTUAL GIRL" He Nataai Palltlag la the pap alar ri;il. MILLER BROTHERS' 101 WILD WEST CIRCUS THE BIGGEST SHOW FOR THE MONEY. NEW PROGRAM TOMORROW. "THE MASQUERADERS" Knlem 2-Part Drama. ADMISSION 5 and 10 Cents. : v