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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. 1914.
'HI C A1TJMUT NEWS PAGE FIVM NEWS of T?RATERNAL the T SOCIETIES READY FOR TRIP TO ENCAMPMENT Almost Fifty Odd Fellows Leave for Soo Saturday Night Tin- morahoro of Ponton Copper City 0 4", PotrMWlM Milnant ami of rjolUMMl '" amm'iit. Xu. 77. I. u. i . f will leave Hntiinlav fur tin- S,, .. ,.,,. the Cantoa win portlclpota in il. pomitf ami OOOOnetltlVO drills in conn lion orlth the pread ofltompmi m ,Ai oOOt i"d odMN i'alnim-t Kn ctmpMMOt orHI bo nppt loonMd in tho ororlb AKopoUMi from forty n (jfij ralumet 'nlil 1'i ll'iws will inak, iii,. trip to Mm Sun. Tkoy will deport do toe l o : -.r Si'iith slum- 1 1-- i f i Bator pvenlnjl, i hi- Ronton membera i.,i-hin ftOOO thrir hall to MM dOfMM in full fatigue uniform. i 'ant on rui" ".y has ie-n wm-k-ing iHiiaonMy t' poiMli lor Mm com petltiVO flrills which will l- lnM 00 fueadnyi Iflkl 1!. arnl fur which th ntertainmonl committee has buna up 'n prizA in addlUoM t . , u ii ,M priooo offorod b) too Broad encompaooali mnkinn a total of Ufa Prilla bavo bono bold at rogvlav lalor vala, ti- i"-st hinn ooboduled for Ttihradoj event nfd whon if Mm wooth ,, .Mints, tho mensiiora will hold tholr naneuvem om) of dooMW Them will bo twoaty Canton BMm i.i h, includlno throe ofdeoro la ot tendance to cmopate in tin- drills, as follow: i '.i plain - William Vlnooat. i . , in ma nt Chartea Bckwoon, Rnalirn Doupald IfaoRao. I'hevalinro WHUam Carak, Allan rampholl) MMl PUlt, Alkorl Harris. John llnmpton, if.' haul Konnti Pred i., : i. ii, Donald MacLeod, Pred Mar tin, Kd Nnrtky, wiiiiam Odaoro, Prod ritiimaim. Thooaaa Rlchardo, Prod 1 1 U-f. John Spntr. William II Thoinan and William Taylor, Th degroo stair of CaHinaol Ba rampment, arhlch will ronfor Mm nui den iinif dospof at Mm Boo OMOtina, win hold iiK Hnai rofMaraal on Prido rvenlnR In tho Cahimel i hN PoIIowh' hall, As the dogroo otaff of Calumet RncamPNMtM is rOCOgnjOed as the dosl In lipprr Mkdtlgaa and um- t, the host ill I In- slate at i imferi inn t he hld n the Sou i-i nnnlderahio from other Rule degroo, the islt U looked forward to with Inter ' by Odd Pellowi MHh of (hi stad'. Ti copper country ileleaollnn. at ilred hi typMgl minora uni forma hi plannliiM in ognduct an Illuminated i i,i poradt during ana ui tin- ovon itiKi of eiicamiwaent, a feature which undoubtedly will in- enjoyed an 1 whu 1 1 will help In advertise I he OOP per ' mull r . Knights Templar. in every one of Um forty -ni no com nanderleo Of Kalohta Templar scal hWTd Oboul the fJOOOf slate uf Miehi- lon, linn' is an air of expectation ind uauauai UMMfoai in the fortkcom iiifC forty-eighth annual conclaTO of the uiiler, whleh will he held in the city ut Iinelna June f, :: and Wln'e sixth iii point of nMoaooroklp, Mlchl tan is ron ceded to bo Rrol In pnint uf uniformity of dress pad rfBclency In f and drill tactlca, omoni all of the encompmenta in the rimed states n for i his reason, then- Is unuounl Intereoi In the Loaning meeting and it en to be unusually well attend ' upper eountrj Knighta are doub I) Intereoted because it is at this Rath- the) expod to conduct their Your Sweater will not shrink HEN we clean a Sweater we do it by the dry process, it will not shrink nor in jure the wool. If you want a sweater dyed a fast blue or ma roon want a change of ' color, cor ault u. Wc do things the modern Wiiy. COLUMBIL LAUNDRY & DYF, WORKS. PHONE 150 LAURIUM Oaipglgg to land the f , onelave. The geaetavo this rear gotkfg num ber of MMMNMU features thai will kg attrm t i an, i satertainlng, not gat) la that Knhjhts Toooaiar ami tkeir In lies who will in- iii attenilaiu i , but In tiM IkgRg MWN Of visitors who will 0 iii Usaeheg 00 thlH geeggfksg, on Tinsel;. v evonksg Ikera will pa given Hloatlnatad parade, .t tkls Uom MM .struts hi tin- ilty will 00 bril llontl UiaasJOBIsd with many colored electric llabls. and at intervals there win bo ooioo4 i osorod ftroa, s bile Um profoolog of docorotlonfl that grill mark UM bUOlaoOS houses and rOSi deu.es will maki- UM SCOaO mmt beautiful ami spectacular, This is a feature never hefore worked mil iii any ittUi an( will gg grortk ROtg mili-M hi si-i-. Tin- parade ami dri.l footuroo, ooldo rregfl Um Uluroioatod poroO obovo referred to, oitt oil bo hold "ii Wodncodoy. Juno ::. At io o'clock on ttiat ggorning thoro orlH bo bold tiM frond pontdo of rgnv RMndorlooj la be reviewed by uiKhi Rhalnenf -s"' Ckortoo i: Hloeooki grand commander; Very Km i n en t Rir J, . Chamberlain, grand captain general id the urand OIK a m pmeti I ami poroonul roproaentailve of Um fraud master: tin- rand OOOMBOndor'l slat! and othor diatlnguisked Rueota Qrond Marshal l-'p-d A. AJdrich is WOTklllR nut OOOM Striking features tOf tins pormdo, Immediate!) after lunclMoa Um couentandorMs win ropolr to th drill grounds, whi-r. tbo afternoon iii i erupted wuii exhibition dribs by a number of oommanderies present, eloolni wiih dress parade of oil com mandorlOO, This will bo most in teresting ami RnVOl sight, While tho sir Knights an- engaged iii their business seooion tbo ladles present win bo delightfully entertain id. ami oltofjothor tho cone love prom is-s to bo mm continual round of pleasure, sotde from tho tlmo devoted by Um sir Knights In 11m octuol iron' net ion nf necessarj buaineoa, Krmjhts of Columbus. Member of Calumet Council, Knighta of Cotuinbufl are awnittn? with Interest tin mum free lecture on Bocioilam tn bo Riven in Um Calu nu t theater on June 3. under Um OM iplci of the local council by Peter VP. I'niiins of Chelsea, Mass., an eminent authority on this aubject. The lecture is a pari ut a eouipaixn being con dUCtOd bj the supreme Indue uf the order la educato the public Renerally to tho Catholic vlowpolnl of Socialism. The . upper country Knights epnsldei themnelves very fortunate in securinM tho services of Mr. Collins at this time. in iew of the I arse demands upon hi services and the foci tout l ho Issue upon which ho speaks rocentl) had sin h an Important local hearing. One feature of the question which in. i be of Interest here is the fact thu Mr. Collins has s standing challenge to debate the nubjecl of Su, laliam with any chooen ropreoenttotlve of that par t who ckoooos to dlscuos it publicly. There is iome Interest In whether or not local Boctallots will choose tn name a representotlvs to accept Mr, Collins' challenge when It is Riven at his lec ture here. T. J. Flynn Representative. At the retent state oaat ot tko Mod ern Woodaaah af Anvrrics bold In Orand Raplda Thorns J, Plynn of Nogaunoc was ckoson no tho onl) rep reoontativo of Um upper peninsula COmpa at the head ramp session Ol Toledo, Mr, Plynn was chooen at COUCtM Of the upper peninsula repre sentatives in attendance ai tko stato meeting and was after one of Um most spirited lights on record, it having ro , limed seventy-seven ballots to decld) the issue. Six of the sight dOMROtes representing the upper peninsula were candidates ftor this honor and it is ap parent each voted for hi mootl until close to tko final ballot, Mr. Plynn did not elder the ta e fur the hunuf of rogreoontlnR this dkrtrlet at tko aa tlonal mooting until tko seventieth bal lot and his entry was regarded some what in the nature of I COmprOHM'SS. ii is probokto he upper poninouki delegate will support tko candidacy of a. u. Talbot for head con sol, there be ing practically no evidences f hasur gani la ikls district, vo- - Laurium Pythians. The Pytklani of the roppor country an- eogort) awaiting tko announce ment Of the dale of the annual reunion of the upper peninsula Isogus which win bo held tins year In lohpemlng Recouoe of th fact the state conven tion -lis., win bo held In tskpemlng, it has practically boon decided to de fer the upper peninsula reunion su i pat the two i.iu meetings may bo h 'Id ,,; ,, hi nun i inn. Tin- eesslon prohobl) will bO held in July The do ree teams of Laurium lodge an- norklnp hard in anticipation nf tko degree contests on tins nccaamn ana the members ore confident rd makinp a Rood skowiag, Lourlum lodge hos clam of ti candldotes awaiting the ronferriruj of i he third degree. Pour rnrslldatoo ro elved tko second dogros last Monday evening snd next Monde) evening - pIooo ol eight rnadkfotss win roeofvi i in- Brat degree, Rebekabs to Lake. Blkntketk Rebekah Indgs Wl8 meet ;,i i;M o'emeg on Pride evening that the regular buolaeoi utaj ho dls pnse.i uf before tko lodge leaves far Lake Linden, w h. i I he in. inl.ers will be the guesta ot Mm Lake Linden Re- hckskS ami ahem tkey Will uiifer the u.hekah dearee. The local membera Mill leave M tWO BPOCMI COM de,,rt- Hii' from Mm sad of ik si reel al 7 o'cloek, ine nti Sixth Hecla Lodge, No. 90. He. la LodROi N'"- r- WU ,,,., (he first deKI ;l 700 HOTELS ARE RREAKING LAW Inspectors Declare Every One Vis ited Is Violating Statute Lansing, Mich., Ma . IS I'p m I he first Of Alav. inspe, tuts of the lahui depart moat of iMiehlgso, octiag undor ordors from tin- cklof deputy ot Dm depart osoat) jagMg P. tfommsll. in hts capacity of oklof aotsl mspoctar, bad Kiveii nearly 700 hotels ill the stale a rigid Inopoctlon, ami smonj tin 7U0, nut a siriKle lintel was found whn-h compiled with tin- stats lasv In ever, p. mi, gar, Boms come close to tko lot per oent mark, hui many of those thai wen following tkO law chaooly Ml down w hen it earns to that on nun wklek re qulrsd notices to bo pootod showing tkO Way tO the tile escapes. The ln Opectors have heen at vv urk BlnCC .Ini uary 1. Thev v lotted the hutels and went over the law with the nwiuis and MMnagers a second trip was made Short t afterward and if the mistakes had DOt heen remedi.,1. c third trip was made Su far no ar rests have boon made. The chief troujkto oooording in Mr, Hammell, in all of tko bOtOM, Is ro narilinu Individual tOWOlS. The law says that the lintels must he SQUippod with individual textile" tOWOlo, Which excludes all of the MblOtttag papet' affairs jto ooaunon. These, while tan- rttteotlonably sanitary, are nut thOOO 'ailed for by tko lea and Mm btopeot- org can do notkiag but insist thai the kind prsocribed bo put In. Tins towel njueotlon sffocts the larger hotels in tin- larger i ities more than it dues in the Bmalhr luwns. Manv of tkottl were oRulppod vvith them before the law bocanss operative, bgt tkoos that were nut org rogtotoring s aumkor of k lokn in tin- smaller towns the chief trou ble tin- inopsctoro find is wltk santta- lion. In may cases this is yerv had ami it will take nonsidorothln money to i onform a Ith Mm law, but the hotel Inspection department will insist that n to- dune. candldatag at tko regular meeting t. be held this evening. At tko next regutar mooting. uoHcors for tko snau- hag term Will nominated. Invitations have been received from Myotle tssggo, No. tag, ,,r Maacoch and Keweenaw Usago, Nn. ,,f A Hotter, In participate with I hem in I Sting first dsRrss RMetlnga to be held re KpecUvoQt on Tkuraday, June ih and Pridny Juno It, Qrnnd Master 1 1 - -bert A, Thnmpsun ami (Hnnd Becre far) Prod a. Rogers grill bo present it hot h of these rim i lag . Fremad Society. Tin- program Is practically complete for the observance in the Laurium lank hall Satur.lav syonlng Of tko loth snni versa ry of Norweglaa In dependence under Mm auspices of tko N'orwagian Preosad sncMts of Calu met. Tin- program probably sill !" announced tomorrow. Calumet Commandery, Calumet Contmander', Knights of the olden Louie will hold a special drill Thursday evening to prepare f r participation la tke annual observance of Qolden BSogle Memorial Sunday. Preliminary plans (or tko program t i I OndttCtOd on tklg occasion will be discussed at the luismess meeting Ui connect inn. Court North Star. The conolderatlon of plans for the entertainment In June next year of the grand COUrl Of MM state was ds ferrod al the mooting of Court North star. Mo, 17 !'. of A. last BatUrda) eve iiinx until Soturdav of this week. A full attendance ot HMmhors Is desired, Calumet Odd Fellows. Catumel Lodge No. It 4, i . '. .'.. conferred the Initiatory degros gg d large class of candidates at the regu lar mooting last svealng, tko elggg be ing one of tin- largest of the year, w- Enterpnse Lodge. Emtorprtoe Lodge, Modern Brother hood of America nill entertain al g dancing part) in tin- Laurium hank hail Tkuraday evening. The ideal 01 - chest IS will render tbo music. Mlnooka, ill., must ro srtthout h trie liRhtiiiK having loot must of in revenue when it voted saloons out 01 e lot once. AMUSEMENTS. Peoples Thea ter TONIGHT ONLY Lucille Love "THE GIRL OF MYSTERYY." 2nd Installment. VIOLIN SOLO TONIGHT BY "THE GYPSY DANCES" The Best 3-Piece Orchestra in the U. P- COMING TOMORROW The Diamond Master 3-part Eclair Drama. Laurium Department SENIORS STAGE PLAY THURSDAY Girls of Sacred Heart School to Produce Three-Act Comedy The senior young Indie. ,,f Hue red Ileal 1 hluh school will preaent s time act comedy, "Th! Pour Innocents." In the hiah school auditorium Thtirsdav evening, begMatttg promptly ut eight o'clock. ParMkioaOra and friends of the school not holding tl ki la maj pro. cure them ut the dear The program fullnvvs: Byaopoio A bogy t Kills are having a picnic on an island and ,!i:,',.er four sisters 'The Knur Innocents" who have never seen a boy, The) immedi ately take them in barge and frustrate Mm designs of Mane Castervllle, wiio has kept them in bjaoronce of tko oon tents of their father's will. CadOT th, will they are suppused tn cam ggg hundred dollorg each l fore they look upon the f f a male, otherwise they are disinherited. The girls undertake io fWry nut thin provision "t tke will and w ith niany..diflu nit n - filially suc ceed. Art. T. Place: An island off the Cos at ir Bngland. "Petrified Pancakes' li s eitkOT g side show lum ! "' 1 'hums 111 escaped lunatic AS)' Junior Class. Al II Girls' room in hoit i at Liver- l-l. 1. . "W0 did the brave act gild rescued tin- poor girls!" 1 leokeat ra. At t 1 1 1. Place: Ciuta, Here's in nn- downfall of Mafje 1 'asierville ami tkO success ol the four I I I shies." 1 Mvhcstra. ' Cast of Characters. Naticie. Clara llellnet Kate, Alllia Olroux; Potty, Prances Broonahaii; Clara, Agnes Condkm; Mi 1. Man Braua; jRdltk, Boae Kaltenhaen, (A personally conducted party uf nirls traveling in Buropb.1 Mrs. Borkodalo (personal coaductsr uf girls) ('faro Lniijj Pandora, Lmiise Vrth Athena. Itn Kreutseh ; Bin rsloolo Christina Brae- Co; Aplmdlte. rgbji I Shea. fJRie Presh Bisters.) Mai ia Castervllle i haiM roi f the Preah sisters) CMvlna Wroblewskl, Brigids o'Brkrgins (the amid) Vv ronlcu Crowley, i The Royal Theater THE Royal Thea ter appreciates its liberal pat' ronage and aims to show this apprecia tion by presenting the best available pro ductions at no in crease in the price of admission. There are no better pictures than 4 'The Third De ree." It is a master piece. Other attrac tions of the same high grade have been booked. They will be presented at regular intervals, supple menting the regular splendid service of the most popular movies of the day. The Royal is a lead er in the highest grade of feature films. AMUSEMENTS. Al Voelker MAXWELL CARS ARE POPULAR The iiicreiihinti popularity nf the Maxweii autoosebtts of wkMk ' P. Da punt of Lourlum is the nppor country agent, is at mated by Mm increase in oaten Antang tbo receai piirnhoosii "t MMs mu.iei aie mirew (Mowayaskl nf Qgy, Allied MMkOls of Os.eulu. '1'. k. Daeis uf Dalku Bay, laoogk Pa all uf AtlOBtiC, Man Mi'Kenie nf l.aurium ami Josopk B hi let nf Bod Jaokot, Another sklpment stas received hi the Duponl agono) this wee,;, ong of the ears being a ovst tikis irach ami n adati r, CONSIDERS IMPROVEMENTS; OEGIN WORK IMMEDIATELY COUNCIL ORDERS ATTORNEYS TO PREPARE CONTRACTS ON IMPROVEMENTS. At a special QMS ting of the Laurium council last evening, tin- vlltagt attor neys were Instructed in prepare con tracts fur the Street and town hall lm provomehta orlth view in beginning work Immediately. The coatracti will be submitted tn tin- couaol ami con tract org within a few davs and a special OMOUng will called tu Wind up preliminary details. The propoaad Improvoogonta wore tentaUvet) d's- I gOOOd al last night's session tkOUgk the plans f neltlu t WOTS altered. The contractors will he rotUOOtod to llle a bond reprcoonting fifty per cent nf the B mount uf the hid. as a guarantee lhal tin- wni'1; wiii in- completed according l,i I he .- pec die g I oOS, Because of tin- fact that the HuukIi- ton Count) Traction companv will con struct practically a third of the con crete roadway, a third COntmd w ill I c nec essary, it has net boon announced, however, as to what plans the com pany has in view. The franchise provide- that tfcc street railway rompany pa) for the space between the mils ami eighteen inches OH either side. The oniv provision is ihat such Improve minis l.e made under village super vision .-in, 1 must lie in conformity with the Improvement! the village under-takes-. So far as the ooncrota work Is con cerned, the contracts win gporlfy tko terminus as "the a'OOt i I . - of Kear- orge street or further it the fund-' win permit." Therefore two blocks are as sured I iii-. -.eat and there is a prdgpe t that a bkwcli or two additional amy '..e jmpn veil. Ther is Rttle likelihood thai cement ad-walks will he constructed w Ah: meek nr Pewoblc streets i Ins .ar be cause of other munh kpei a'ork. iiisv RvelyH Bcott has returned from Tuscola, 111. in visii her pan ins. Mr. ..m.i Mrs Karri s. s. mi. AMUSEMENTS. ROYAL TODAY LUBIN'S MASTERPIECE MATINEE BOTH THE THIRD DEGREE 5 REELS 5 PALUMET Vf : THEATER : X TWO PERFORMANCES EVERY EVENING. 7:30 AND 9:00. TONIGH T NEWSBOYS' SEXTETTE (6) Sum nq and Comedy. PRATTS' THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. John A. West & Go. The Singing Wolf. The Juggling Japs MATINEE 8ATURDAY AND SUNDAY 2:30. PICTURES CHANGE MONDAY. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. PRICES: All down stairs Balcony Matinee Seats, all YOUNG COUPLES ARE UNITED The Lanriuan i B poroogggjg hum ttie scene of a pretty doable weddinc Saturday OVOOing vv hen iwc, popular voting couples were united by Key. A. It. Sulclllfe. Mlgg Malilc BuSSkorR and (ieortte llowden wete He prmci'des .11 tho tlrnt ceremony and Miss 1. 1 Rg .Movie RRd doergs Moddlck were oait e.i Rgggadtotelj after, Betk Mr. ami Mrs Maildn k mid Mr. and Mis. Hnwden will rOBfeRg 10 'alu- IIIC'I. Baygooad Harris, formerly with the RggNM a iay em bakery has sntorod the employe of tin- Dun lop bake gkop I' DBPTgOF AORICCLTI'RK Weathc- Bureau. Charles F. Marvin, Chief. DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. HuUUlit Mi. h.. Wedneoday, May I:1.. HUI. Maoonle Tempb Telephone No. 4gl, Una. 1 Wlnu I W 1 J IJ station. 9 sute of 2 - l la 2 I Weather - . c IB1 5 u 5; 5 r y o ! j il Ir? A lpena . . . . Bodfakt, . - - 'lm ago. . . . Dulutk Rat ana), a . 1 : 1 . i ii Boy Koughtoa M ilw a ukee . i aw s Cloud) 1 no in .7u Bala s 11 4 ..'a I'l. tidy t gW l ."" Pt. hlv i n 1 ,ofl Cloudy -: a f M Cloudy 10 w fi ,04 I't.i'luv 0 nw I u; 1 'bar 6 lie ! .'"I I't.i'ldv s no in Cloudy w s ,og CMnt 4 nw S .a) I'lear 4 4 .110 ('loud'- It ii w S ,g I'lear 1 n I Cloudv -:0 lie lo .no Cloudv Rg II .on 1 'leal New I t lea lis II New York . . . Pott, fa mil. . port Arthur- M St Paul.... RO g I Tan . . Pookingtofl Winnipeg. . . Weather Forecast (Till : '. M. Tkuraday). Copper Country; Pair tonight ami Thursday Probably groat toalgki Weather Conditions. An Immenae held nf high prossure, with its 1 rest over the (treat Plata, dominates weather rondltiows fram the Rocky Mountains to the ApgnlockMi ami from Canada in tke Half, Pa r Weather prevails ever all mcttons tin -ere. I b) fins high, it is colder in the Qklo and Lower Mississippi Valleys, but warm.-r over all other section.?, Ramus pt s of tin- storm of the poet fee days exist as a slight depression on the middle Atlaatig roOSt. Lain fOU yooterday or last n)gkt front Uwgf lakes i a s i tn tin- coeet. Paii weather will continue in this vicinity during the llt-Xl. 111! In M gOUrS, there vvill bd little if an) change in temperature. Light t., moderate variable winds eiil pl ev a il II. 1: COWDRICK, 1 tfflcbkl in Chart i AMUSEMENTS. THEATER AND TOMORROW BY CHAS. KLIEN. AUTHOR OF "THE DAYS 2:30 -EVENING 7:00 P. M. EDUCATED DOGS ?0 rents 10 cens 10c Jelly Roll Recipe On K To Kggs Required BvMr?. fa . W torn 1- Mil. I'diiorof th Li'iio'i (Hikin .StttiMjl AJvgaztn This Ji !iy Roll is fast lieconiint? very pop.' 'at on ai count t tic- way it keeps Ireish. W it li proper bondllttR it should keep fresh a whole greet proeMing it Ibn't aotog up in tin moontknc, for it is every hit ub j;o1 u it looks. 33 IC Jelly K 11 Onr ttP lifted fi"ur; s int half tra flggassJ suit ; ' it el teuyfuoiifuls K C J'akt 0 j'oi 'tlr: d rimil of I Jmmo , 'frir thmfos ii'i(: ttmfmgt ; jU cup hut mil.':; gl uf J'?! Tt dtri U gO P Beat the ggjfgr into the egrr.: gdd the lcinon rind, then the flour, silted three times v.tii tho salt sad baking RgSsdoY and, lastly, the Osilk. liake in a but tered dripping pan; turr out on a .lamp cloth, trim off the crisp dices; spreail with Jelly and turn over and over into a roll while still warm. Dredge L c tup with powdered s,u,;ai . Hot PjDk good in the jelly roll en ables it to he rolled without danger of cracVing. Have the milk si aiding hot, also be careful to have the eggs UM sugar l.c itc.n thef until very light and creamy. Lake in a mom-rate oven. K C Jelly Roll la itlostreted m paire thirty -t wo of the new ami noadgomclg illustrated 64-page K C Cook's llok, which may he secured free by BewUng the certificoto psekeH hi svery25wgg cm of K C Liking Powder to the Jai.u MVC, Co., Chicago, HI. VV. THURTELL The OPTOMETRIST Hktg returned to Culumet and ha his otl'c e in HERMAN BLOCK, Fifth Street. IL.'jrs 1 to r, an-t 7 to s, p. m. Kyes tkorongkly snd oclontlflcally examin ed, an ' Kla.'-es in ade t.. fit. All Work goarantAfd Telephone CC7-R. r Daniel Skewes J CARPENTER AND BUILDER. CABINET MAKER. 239 Isle Royale St. Laurium ( Hioh Class Painting and Decorating Frank Pentzold Tel. IGO R. AMUSEMENTS. Next to Pott Office. E.C. Richards. Mgr. LION AND THE MOUSE' LYRIC oroLsJ THEATER V WE LEAD! OTHERS FOLLOW' TONIGHT ONLY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THEL AND THE COMING TOMORROW "PERILS OF PAULINE" ION MOUSE