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THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FI73 , mm DECLARES BUSINESS IS DEPENDENT UPON POLITICS Continued From Firt Pago. are tuhl It Is .1 isyc Ih.l.iKical harrier II in .1 rn.m- U 11111111 inn I ' y ( g ,M,j m in u h Um state in mind ,,f ths pue iu- 111 i.nr me mu 1 111,11,1 ,ii h wi' rail pyfclle ngJjIloa, ami which through our political machinery, iinai i iiiki.m 11 'i i s a. 'in. Hi' 1 ,n mIoii In ie;ulatiin.s. deoiaiona ami la w I . do not want to ic understood ei ballOVlag that this state of the publlt 11111111, tin:-- quality or public opinion, in alt. -nether Orroaf. The l.asis that is hack of tlii demand f,,r leuislatlve re ("trictlon ami Control of btlslMM. 1 I,. - lieve to h in lurw measure HMMta gi of sound economic (nets, The develop ment of Industrialism Within our life time has la-en of such u revulut onar muracier as naiurauy and nnhti.s a 1 rente a iiein.imi for a body of control ling laws. MCk M v ere never dr mild Of by MMT fathers. Strive For Economic Legislation. ' Legislation in Meordnnoo with sound qwobowIc princlplee, formulated with Justice and sincere human ; m -palhy, Is what we should all be ItrlV iiK for. "I hcliew if husiness men will ,-,. Iheinsehis into a state 0f mind lu re they view conditions hroadh, with a historical and .social sense, rather than omy irom tiieir individual ioiut of iev. they will aprehcnil hi tter the di rection in which the whole CUITOtlt of political thoiivht Is flbwlnf, and will feel less Impatience with this h-Kis-latlvc movetnent, and vastly less pee- lialsm concern lag its results. "It seems to tne time that we re. io nized and caught stop with this aider spirit, and then iichavnr to direct the movement which it h is set in motion, rather than to obstruct its expression. U bleb Bndl a form in new legtslat Ion, "We have heard mm li 0 ability of not mixing politli proposed if the d.sir Cl ami btMl Rlll politics r dull have ness. hy should we ma at'd business, what graai you to perform than to give the bagg you have of wisdom ami Judgment to the tlinctiotiM of political currents; .mil to gtvsj your wisdom and Judn- meni effectively, not merely to stand aside in the rota of dissatisfied critics hut rather hy Retting 1 1 1 1 1 .mil effec- tlvely into the OfgMttaktlon and ma chinery of political life. Business Unrepresented In Congress. Today hu.-iness Is practically un represented in 1'onnress. Wealth, even success, is felt so to militate against a man in public life as practically to exclude him from preferment While I would urne business men more and more to recoimie the rights of ,,thc!. 1 would urge them quite as strortRly justly to appreciate their own rights and to see that others reCOgntN them. "We have no reason to he ashamed of being husiness no n; we have grsftl rsaoon to he roinl of it. We have that right, anil It will he far Letter fof this country as a whole if we exercise it by demanding intelligent ami aid. repre Mentation of husiness interests In t'oimress. I believe that husiness men should insist upon that; should off antes to accomplish it. "i would so ongnalM the husiness man of the whole country that blath erskites in Congress ma he held up in their true llht to the public. I would openly pg into the district of a d. nia Kolmic and either defeat him or prove that the public of thai district wanted to be represented by a known dema- gogue, "The conduct of business is vastly more ethical than the public believes it 'o be. tiur tusk Is to inform the puh Hc of the truth, ami when that is done. I. for one. will trUSl the public to reach an honest conclusion, but il v c are to have a public truly informed about business matters, business men must make united sffots to that end." Go Where the People Go Season I9IU opens Sunday, June 1U KEWEENAW CENTRAL trains leave CALUMET 8:15 a. m 1:20 p. m. Last trsin leaves CRESTVIEW 9 p. m. DANCING REFRESHMENTS Vivian's Shoe Bargains 300 Pairs MEN'S OXFORDS in Gun. Metal, Patent Leather and Tan, lacs or button, all sizes. Former prices $3.50 and $4.00, to close St $2.45 J. VIVIAN JR. &CO. Upper Peninsula 8hipping Suckers to the Esst. L'Aiuu- Trotnblcy st. (Jermaln of (AMI I. .st bnjsJi shipped more than three tons of feg, mM( (lf tn(( K,,nn. '" Una Yoik , My. The Rra intends to Mtesal its operatioiiH. So fur U has been catching only suckers, hut there is a fcood market for these in the etist. . Cattle on Cut-Over Lands. Newberry The Lans superior iron & Chemical oompaay has had ihlpped to Newberry gnarly two kuadrsd bead of cattle. The anltnals will ho pus tule. I on cut -over lands. IVodinK on the luxuriant gTOWtk of wild gnflssa tM cattle fatten .uickly and ate kill- i to rurnlsk nasal for tin. onnpnayi camps. To Inspect Reserve. Marquetts Lteataanai JcaugJou of the kflehlgnn State hoard will inspect the Mnrejuotts battalion, Mb klgaa Naval lies. rve. in this city, June 17. Captain Roy Rjreaeha has been notl- tied of the Pomlng InSpliflOJI The inspection is in accordance with a new ruling designed to learn whether the n serves are up to the standard re quired in the regular service. Future Fruit King. Newborn J. 11 Banter of rfswbor r.v will have within a few years, one of the fauna fruit arms in northern Michigan, During the last two yeuis he has planted upwards of two thou sand tics, winter apples, cherries. plums, tc. Tin- region has bean prev- ed to lie without a rival in the produc tion or all the hardier fruits, but it is uily of late years that public atten tion has been drawn ot the opportun ities awaiting those who win gtvs their time ami attention to this new iudustr.v in Cloverland. Will Rapid Have Big Cherry Orchard. Rlt sr John 1 a rrow of Rapid River has completed tin- work of sot tin out live hundred ohOffffy trees. This is the beainnlns of experimental work in fruit growing in thai m Init) In all, about thirteen acres was fenced with woven wire. The balance of tin area thus enclosed vvil be planted to trees next spring. The holes for set ling the trees were all made with dy nam Its, a separate shot belna made fc each. Another summer currant, gOOOC berry, raspberry and blackberry bushes will be planted between rows and cv cry part of the enclosure Utilised. Garbage Collected for Cent a Day. Iron River-. new faffbagS oldi name has gone into effect at Iron Hiv - sr and it w ill be rigidly enforced. Th village council lias purchased a closed Wagon for the Collection of refuse aim the householders have provide! them selves with covered garbage cans Rag ular collection of urbane will he madt twice a week. The charge is thlrt cents a month, or one cent a day. This price Includes tlie removal of every thing that is placed in the garbage cans. All property owmts and occu pants are required to Keep their prem ises free from refi.se. aSheS and litter of any kind, which may ail be placed in the cans with the garbage. Seized With Cramps: Drowns. Marquette Belied with a crump in Dead itiycr while he was swlmmteg near Stone's mill. about four mile:: east f Marquette, late Sunday after noon, Barry Boyce, twenty .years oh!. Of Hewitt avenue, was drowned. Hi: body was taken fTOCB the river about three hours after wards by Dan ghul son, a surf ma 11 at the Ualted state: UfeOUVmg station. It was conveyed to Tonolla's ntoraue, where it will be viewed by Coroner Prln of Ishpeminp tins noralagi Voilir.; Boyce, in company with RSU- tamtn Qormen, son of Hart) Gorman, fourth and Harrison streets, was rc tumlng from a Iblhlni trip. The two had spent the dav on the rier. Iloyce Informed ins chum 1 1 1 1 in- believed he would take his first swim of the sea son. He took off all of his clothes ex cept a union suit and plunged into the stream, teaman, unable to swim, re fused to accompany Boyce into the Water, He also warned him that be was likely to suffer cramps, after Walking through t ho hot sun. How ever. BbyCC plunged into the river. Work Vags on The Streets. Marquette To date thus far, June b is set a record on the score sjf arrests for ragraacy in this city. The puttee department believes that h remnant of Kelley'S army has broken loose from the ranks ami has wandered into this region. Bvan dav from six to sight 1 ragl" Rill into the arms of the patrol men, some of them on purpose, for the) think that if "pinched" they are D I for one or two meals anyway. Kut here is one of the saddest of the wanderers disappointments. No meals n fart i" 1 mlag n the Marquette lock up no, sir. Mayor Pegole ami Chief of Police MclntOSh both clamp down Hie lid on any food being brought in side the cells. The cell room, the officials believe, is the place where the yugraata should In taken and kept until It is time to an 11 n them before the bar of Justice. Then, the BUbOOqUenl action is the fbffCCfUl ejection from the city. 'There j 1 lenty of Work fOI them in the termini country," said .Mr. Bogota. "Marquette don't want to be bothered with them. "The oniv condition upon which I will tolerate the presence of these men in the it," Mr. BegOll continued, "is iiicv work and earn what thev eat. I am willing to gle them the gome 1 bailee that hundreds of farmers all over the coiinli.v would nlvc them. If thev want to work and earn their I, n.ol. then I believe in MUM them do It." l K. S. Shippeti. dead in Philadel- .,. leaves IS, 1, to be div idsd by n , bnritabfci institutions. KERMIT ROOSEVELT WEOS MISS WILLARD IN MADRID Continued From First Page. to Miss I telle Wyatt Wlllard. is the second son of former President Ruoso veil, and is twenty-live ars old lb is a tall, wc-ll set -up ;: man, and has won honors as an athlete. He ae c oinpanicd his father on the latter s African hunt as pRotUgfl pher of the aapadttlM and also accompanied him on his recent 'trip into the Interior of South America. In tin- autumn of litll oun ROOOQ yelt returned to his studies at Har vard, whic h bad been interrupted by the African expedition, and was grad uated in June, l!iL'. loiter he sailed for BmaH to enter the railroad busi ness. DuriiiK his residence in Hrastll he has made his lUMdQttafftOffl Ul lM PnUlO, and it is expected tliat lie will take his bride to thai city. Kermll Roooevelt bna two younger brothers. An hie ami QutatlU. w ho aye still at college, and his elder brother. Theodore Hoosevclt. Jr., who married Miss Kharim H. Alexander. His sis ters are Mrs. Nicholas Loiik worth and Mrs, Uiehard Derby. Xoseph Bdward W iiiani. tethet of the bride of today, was appointed ansbas sador to Spain ly I 'resident Wilson. He has Ion.; been a leadlnv, lb , ire in hnaacia circles in Ulrhmond ami the South. He mnrrlnd Miss Rolls Lnyton Wyatt of Baltlnwire la I til, in the war Willi Spain he set veil on Hie slalT of cen. ntahugh Lnn. He srai a mam' her of the Virginia lecislatun u r sight .ears and lieutenant governor of the state from Iff to I fat, Today's bride made her social debut two years ago and Since thai tune she she has been prominent in the BOOlal life of Richard, Washington, Baltimore, New York, and at Hot gprlnga, Ya. It was at the Infer resort that she met Miss Kthe Roosevelt, now Mrs. Rich ard Derby, who was the guest of the Will-nils on a long motor tide through Virginia. MiSS Willard visited the RoonoTOH home at Oyster Bay, and il was white there that she botanic acquainted with Kermlt, and she was a gU0U at the Derby -Rooosvslt wedding in New fork a vear ago last winter, after which yonng Rooaevell sailed for Brasll to engage in sasrineerina, The rotaance between the Virginia girl and tin- son of the formal1 prasldoul was known to VOff few even aMoag their intimate friends until the announcement of their engagement was made serf) last Jan uary. The new Mis. Roosevelt is not ed tor her vivacity ami her love for outdoor recreations, she is of bltmil ;ypc. rather small, and with clear-cut features. .;. . .j. : LAURIUM BREVITIES. William Moffatt and Kay BllWCh hdee arrived home from Chicago, where they purchasi'd new ami up-to-date machinery for the Dunlop bakery, ftaak Dtstel has gone t" Marejuettoi making the trip m ins now Maxwell car. ('apt. John Llndatrom ami son. Bd- ward, have returned from a Qshlng trip to Lnc La Belle. Resides a catch of "S pounds of pike. Including one weighing twelve pounds, the oa tight a naaaber of perch. The hoard of review com hided its sessions yesterday. The assessment roll HOW Will lie presented to the coun cil for Its approval and the year's tax rate will be determined. The MoCabe Memorial Bible class of the Laurium M, Hi 1 huroh, w hi elect officers for the semi-annual per- iii at the regularly monthly bunlneoa meeting this evening. Patrick Doyle of Chlongo is visiting with friends ami relatives In Laurium. Plow Unearths Copper. Da rags White Normal Coogron was plowing on his father's farm near Baraga the other day in- unearthed a chunk of iioat copi or welghlna nearly Kfl pounds. The' metal is valued al So lo $.-,0. -USE- Pure Lake Superior Ice Our ice is cut from Lake Su perior and is as pure as the w'j ter you drink. You csnnot afford to take any chances on impure ice. FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY Phone 668. Fireworks and Carnival NOVELTIES WE CARRY IN STOCK A COMPLETE LINE. CALL AND GET OUR PRICES. F. C. GLOCKE CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HECLA 8T., LAURIUM. I THE CRYSTAL fffl ICE I Laurium LAURIUM ALSO WILL CELEBRATE Mass Meeting of Citizens Is Call ed for This Evening Laurium also I 'oiirl h t his , 1 1 Alter plans for were green up and teg had been H would CO -opt rale will celebrate the SUCh a celebration a t ual understaad- ' " lad t hat Laurium with Bad Jacket ifi making the Red 1 1 ket celebration smcess, the insistent deaagad of Lau rium hnalnaaamm ami cltlnena gener ally that gggae urrsnaemeat aright be made to recognise the Independence Day anniversary fittingly, President Joseph Wills today called a mass mSStlng of all cltisetU to be held ill tin- Laurram town hall this evealng at which the sgatter will be tsoneldeffed ami a deffaRe understanding reac hed. It is practical certain that Illini um will dei ide I,, celebrate tor presi dent wills has bet i. repeatedly urged dilline, the last f. w il.ivs to call such a nan tiiiK ami to get the machinery la motion for U celebration. Laurium baa an sxrellent start for n celebration in the midsummer carnival to be conducted at the Driving park during the week r the Pourth ami it Is Celt thut comparatively Filtle offofft Would be needed to provide a splendid entertainment, Including parades, pat riotic exercises, sports and Breworfcs. Businessmen feel thai Inasmuch as Laurium bag held successful celebra tions for the p.'ist live 01 six years ami the residents have grown accustomed to remain in Laurium on the rourth, it would be Inadvisable to neglect such arrangements this year and make it necessary for them to -: outside of the IllagC to celebrate. INSECT STILL BOTHERS. Fruit Trees Are Beir.g Damaged by the Cherry Beetle. Fruit trees am OTCttOrda in the il- laga are .-uin belni damaged by the so-called cheirv beetle, whose victori ous march has not been appreciably i becked aOOerding to latest reports. a large number ot fruit trees through out tile village ale infested with the pest, it is claimed, even the arsenate of lead spray recommended, having AMUSEMENTS. O Y A R L THEA T E R Next to Post Office. E.C.Richards, Mgr. "ALL THAT'S CEST IN PICTURES' TONIGHT AND FRIDAY Vitagraph Special Feature Three reel comedy GOODNESS GRACIOUS A Laughing Masterpiece Extra Special Feature THE COUNTESS VESChTS JEWELS Vitagraph two reel drama M ATI N EE FRIDAY 2:30 Evening doors 6:45; begin 7 p. BASEBALL FANS Sec the following notables: John McGraw, the Napoleon of baseball Mike Donlin, Captain Larry Doyle, Daly, Comiskey. Callahan, as well as the famous fight promoter, John J. Clcason, and Messrs. Evans and Egan, as they meet. OUR MUTUAL GIRL On the return of the Giants and White Sox from their world's tour AT THE rROWM FAMILY THEATER I W. L. Foley, Mgr. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT. Department piov. ii mi lie. tual Iii a number of cum- en Some fruit grow org ure experienc ing success iii naggS common B paper. It beliiK claimed the insect leaves the tOUa e of the tree at nMjht and clus- tars ahead the break near the bottom. !'! papal propcrlv ftegteaod to the trUak of the tree checks the retu:-.i of the mneets t" Um loiiaKe m the rnin, tin- insect n-inn unuble to ily. FOR HIBERNIAN CONVENTION. D. & C. Doat Excursions Will Not Be Av.niaoh: for De'egates. The committee in charge of the preparations tor the biermiaJ state convention of the Ancient tinier of Hibernians to be la id in Calumet the middle of AuKiist, has been ud vised thut the i). i c. Navigation nompany will be unable to provide a speciul excursion boat for lower Michigan delegates who destre to attend this gathsrtag. It was "ggfttfl that a large number of the lower Michigan delegates would like to mike tin- trip as far as the Straits ,.v water and the remainder of the journey by rail. However, the dates set for the con vention here come right in the midst ot the busy season for the Uetroit ami Cleveland rfarl gallon company, when hundreds of excursionists are handled daily to St. Ignaoe and Mack inaw, and it will be Imp naa Ibis to pro vide a special boat. The usual ex ur- sion rates from Detroit to st. gnnce and Mackinaw. $x per capita for a party of from II to U or $7 per capi ta for a party of M or more will be available, however, ami it is probably that a ureal majority of the del' gates win elect to take advantage of this routing, inasmuch as no special rale Inducements Will he offered by the lower Michigan roads, it is under- 1 stood. The South Shore road will offer its usual excursion rates tic. 1,1 St. Ignaos or .Mackinaw City to CalUHSOl and re turn, H0.M from st. gns e ami $11.10 from Mackinavv City. Kates from up per penlnaala ami other nearby points will be on the f-Oeat-a-mile basis. Hr. W. H. Hill, of eta r.v of roclation li Londi 11, 1 ir.i., i.e M lnn 'ota Public 1 St. Paul. Health AMUSEMENTS. T Y RIP -U THEATER J WE LEAD! OTHER.i FOLLOW! TONIGHT ONLY THE PERILS iOF PAULINE Dth installment. NEW PROGRAM TOMORROW -Featurincj- MARIAN RICE AND OTHER ACTS "THE COOL PLACE" RRAND Theater Beautiful PICTURES FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE" TONIGHT Daniel Frohman Presents Charlotte Ives and House Peters Clothes A wonderful society drams four psrts. COMMENCING SUNDAY Four changes of pictures each week. Ill ' Mjffl iiliiiii I 111 IB 11 1 1 ii 1 AVii;.: AMUSEMENTS. PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE. Evenings, 7:309:00. Matinees Saturday and Sunday, 2:30. EARL DEWEY & MABEL ROGERS and their 4 dancing girl. THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY, SUNDAY. jUNE 11, 12. 13 and 14. and feature pictures. JUST A NOTE." "SHE WANTED A COU NT Essanay. "AN HOUR OF TERROR" Bioejraph. "HE NEVER KNEW." Two Part Vitagraph. Pictures Change Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. PRICES 10 nnd 20 CENTS. Crown FRIDAY aud SATURDAY. JUNE 12 - III "OUR MUTUAL GIRL" Through her eyes the whole universe watches events Of society's neer-ending whir And impatiently writs overy week for the reel That features "Our Mutual Girl." She hobnohs with Cirncgie, visits the shops. Piping Rock Races, dances and hops, Theaters, dinners, luncheons and such Till you'd almost imagine she'd galloped too much. She tries on a dress or .1 new-fashioned hat, And chooses a Tiffany pearl, For nothing's too good for this fair, country lass, Who's known as "Our Mutual Girl." And thousands are trying to meet her each day: They say she is sought by an earl. Just go to the movies and see for yourself That "Our Mutual Girl" is some girl. PEOPLES BIG UNIVERSAL PROGRAM. TODAY EDWIN AUGUST in his own production THE ROMANCE OF AN ACTOR Two AND OTHER N R. BIANCH1 WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER Our specialty Copper Queen high grads whiskey. CALUMET, MICH. Phone 549 612 Oak St. ADERTISERS GET RESULTS IN THE CALUMET NEWS. LUMET UkKim POWDER The cook is happy, the other members of the family art1 happy "appetites sharpc 11, tliinirs brighten np m ucrnlly. Ami Calumet Baking Powder is reapnoriblg lor it all. For Calumet never lails. Its woodt rful leaeagrfjetg quaBtfaw insure pi-rfcftly shcrtttifd, tauJtlcly raided bakinggei Cannot he compared with other baking paaderat whieJi pnaagM witliiHit perCunuinffei Even j' I eginner in cooking gets delightfu resultg aitfi tliis m r faiiinir C.iluim t BnHag; Paerdeti Vour noccf known AiU him. RF.CF.IVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Psm Food r. potition, Chicnio I1L PeUil LxpulMlluli, i r,.ncc, MtU'cll, 1912. AMUSEMENTS. MATINEE All Seats 10 CENTS. Theater THEATER Psrts. GOOD PICTURES. f DR. 0. H. SORSENl DENTIST. Cslumet Over Metropolitan Phsr mscy Oak St.. Phone 553-M Office hours 9-12: 1:30-5 p. m