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TUESDAY, JULY ft 111
THE CJLTJMJET RIWS
News of the Theaters
iii'i HNiNG attractions the LOCAL PLAYHOUSES offer
CONUtn THE AMUSEMENT LOVING PUBLIC.
(THI3 COLUMN APPEAR8 EVERY TUE8DAY AND FRIDAY)
' .-,,. Honor of t Uiw.
111,WH, drama. Is the RW1 Bet
1 n,Tin. The story Ib WtTM
"H. an attorney who oomcH f.o MJ la
: ' -uh na who u' nnanwea,
"""'"i i-a bto tnt'r 'w,r lHf,,re- T,u-
Pl ' M , i,l toe M.unl. r and ttM UtOT
"T m-Ue. - very effort to ..ml th,
"," ,llltv. on the nlftM before the
,lti,i.. however, a vompan-
S. confeaeioa pninej the mtH where
J ,,lMl,ss.un or .letrt.yinK it. hinges
,1,,. . Umax.
Th(. Royal fentureB the Ui. tl
.,. f tlM Kathlyn aerial. I" tins
' I. Kathlm aa4 her party MMTga
m I series, of miradoiiH escap-s
H, from ttM han-lH of the munlei ..um
rminiht. and Um mm anrfe then
of ,,,,.. i,m(. m California.
Th(. ttivm lion at UM Calumet. DO"
rissrief Thuroday, win be mirh Keller.
n 8-reet feature, ntitl.-.l-'N.-p-
;,. paasnMr." atuej Kellereaann,
M Mutators bM onHne,i bat ectlvi
tl(.s ,,, vattdavWa ani musical produc
ggl recentl) spent three months on
Mand of Hermnila tlMCtlM the
oliie m .. picture I'lay by Captain
t. Paaooob This pkgr mi
.j,,,.,, , specially to exploit Ml? Kel-
unwuin and ftva i.-r aaaple anapa
n, ane to show her genius ns an a -.,,!,.
marvel b4 also to display her
lUUt) M "' a tr-ss.
Thin renkarbaMt photo-play with its
jMNI kflQal ami ashore, gives Miss
fUerawnn unlimited boobo to dtaplay
h,Min stiotied ability as a swimmer
ami liter, baa attracted bursa au41enc
VbMMVfr shown. The scene show -m
lit-r h illed from I MfMt etHf Into
, bOUH4 hand and foot, is one
f hi-r many stirring ones with whieh
the iila 11 hounds.
The P"ile feature h the thirteenth
writ of the "Lucille Love" aerial.
I.millr makes another UIMMCCaOaful
MMNt tO free herself Of I-o'ieuue's
,,: h and she jumps Into M aiito
tMb; The spy. In a final effort to
tup Hi'' priceless papers, jumps into
h. s car nd gives ehase. Just ns he
MM within dlstanee f Lucille, her
,ai js Man to swerve and then piling
i, cr a clilT. Luellle awakens the r.exl
traUuj to Had herself again under
UaMque'i rare. She then realizes the
futility "f lighting the purposes of the
f iitnl is aboul resigned to her fate.
iMBWhtW, l.nellle admires I.ouheque
mi bt in turn has a footf! for her
Pal more baa pfaalai admiration.
an th" spy never forsefta that bla oa
pcthre point is Um ruination of Sumi
HrLava taa man Mr ho stole bla aaaat
liciirt kiwi wrec ked his life.
Aawelm to aeeomitunv him to San'
haaetoeo, LuctUa ami LoabaotM ar
Hf :it Hi Qoldoa fJate. where the spy
taMada turning over the papers to the
; it ! 1 1 1 . r state and lirlim ttaajVaOl
ana Laailbya father. aaaaaaeUaa an
Man plot, Ludlla aoooabpaalai him to
;ifc whara a most uaoapoctad thing
Meanwhile, she has loaned
the mirii of a eaharet darn er, as a pari
"f a plan to frustrate Lotihenue. ldeii
tenarit Uil.son. Luellles sweetheart,
WMMil Into the cafe. He eannot 00
ana hli eyaa when he sees Lnclllo,
the Ml) dauahtof of (Pmeral RunptOf
Live, ., - a eaharet daneer. Lucille
UN aK - Qlbaon and runs to him with
the 1 iK li t of recognition and love in her
ana Bui oibooa pushes bat from bua
In iliMu t, He can have nothing to do
itli a eaharet dancer. She pleads
lth him, hut lie will not listen to an
explanat inn and rushes from the cafe.
Put he Weekly, with views from prin
cipal cities of bath hemispheres, mi
ph ICS (he lull.
The (liand proai nts tor tonight Am-
arica'i clavar ooaaadlaa la Um Famous
Players' prodttCttOB of "An American
t'iti.en." a aynapaia af Um story fol
lows; Iterresford ('inner. Junior partner of
Hie New Yoru brolbMrajja Una of Bar
hury, Hrown and Crumr, is left a for
tune of r.d.OOtl iounds, hy an Rni lish
uncle, Carew on the condition that he
raaoaaca ids Aaiartcaa dUaaaahlp, he
come a Hritish OUbJaOt and main an
BnSllah Woman the money otherwise
helng assigned to the Arehaeolitglrnl
Society of laigland. CniOjai patrioti
cally refuses the foitnne on these con
ditions, when his pratty EBnSllatl cous
in, Beatrice Caraw, who has baaa dis
inherited in favor Of CTUMfi hecausc
of past romance uiih an American,
atiaaaata to him that they marry, and
so keep the iimney in tin- familv
fin ei's AuMtican cbivany aad i
atroni interest in his attractive cousin
are arouaad. Al this critical moment
the disappearance of Itrown with $S0.-
noo which he had had in trust for a
Miss Georgia Chapln, ! discovered.
t'ruger and Baftrttt1) feel re. potisihh
for their partner's defalcation, ablcb
apMa another hacontlve to Crusai
consent to a hast) marrtaaja with Bea
trice, who Imnsad lately returns to Bna
land after both have agreed to have
each other abaohltely frep.
with his newly acajulrad none)
t'ruger secretly replaces the missing
funds and invests in the Opera Hons'
bloc it of a aYyoMWia "boosn" town, pro
ceeding to torael all ahoul it. Later,
ba and Bafborj 140 to Nice, where
Cruger again meets his counsln-wtfa
Hire they fail serloualj la love with
aaak other and many compllcatlona.
pathetic and comic, ensue. V. . cut ua 1 -ly,
Cruger's Wvorning luveatment he-
comes a profitable venture and after
DOCS having lost a fortune, he reallaM
that he possess ao,00d, his American
citizenship ami a wife.
The ,yric tonight offers a vara I
pJOfi i rn with comedy, drama and
faeational suhjects. The feature Ml
"Happ) i ;,i Lucky," a Vitagi -ap'i
aaa In Mrhlch woman's happy dla
Paattlotl wins for her a way to I heart
anil home, "The Lather's Scapegoat,"
trerfal draaai la arhleb aa ar
nay. father, caught in a traps Maanei
;i s"'i tor an act he, himself, commlt
'"i sad thereby hopes to aacapa, Tna
Comedy is "Andy Plays ' 'lipid."
GIVE UP TREASURES FOR
SUFFRAGE CAUSE IS APPEAL
NATIONAL LEADERS ASK WOM
EN TO PUT TRINKETS IN
A MELTING POT.
Chicago, III., July 27. A novel ap
peal to the women of the nation to
give up their gold and silver trinkets
to tiie cause of equal suffrage has baaa
issued hy the campaign committee of
the National American Woman Suf
frage association. The appeal, signed
hy Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Mrs. Mc-
daH MeCoraaJek and other leaden hi
the suffrage cause, was sent out from
headquarters bate telling Of the need
of funds to carry M effective cam
paigns for suffrage in seven stales -ohm,
Missouri, Nehraska, Nevadi.
Montana and the Hakotas.
"Don't ba lulled Into a false sense of
security hy the prevailing notion that
suffrage is sure to come," reads the
"Suffrage is sure to come, hut it can
not come this year until the women f
the country show hy their response
that they are determined to have it.
"A little of what you treasure, an or
nament of beauty, tribute or friend
ship, something prized hecausc of its
place in household life put It In tho
melting pot. Send it to the suffrage
i ompalan committee."
TO BEGIN WORK
FOR GOV. FERRIS
Non-Partlsan Club Likely Will Hold
Big Meeting Soon
Those who took the Initiative in the
foi mat ion of the Non-Part isan Ferris
t'luh early last spring prohahly will
tail a meeting of the cliih in the near
future to consider plans for uctlve
work in his In half through the copper
COimtrj and the upper peninsula. Al
though at first it was thought advis-
aUa to deter this action until after the
A uveal primaries, the probability Is the
Initial meeting will he held early next
month, so that' the campaign will he
well under way hy primary date.
Hecausc of the uncertainty that ex
isted as to whether of aot Hovernor
Ferris would go before the voters for
re-election, the ( lull has heen unahle to
(hi mui h in his behalf, until now that
BO is an active candidate. Although
they feel deeply indelited to OOV. Fer
ris and desire to do everything pos
sible in his behalf, the club Momhaia
realize that he will he unopposed for
the Democratic nomination and thai
i heir support for htm would ba more
effective In the November election than
iii the August primary. The efub has
at present aboul 1,000 msmbaia Um
copper country and it is felt that com
paratively little effort will he necessary
to double that number.
Although the club is a non-partisan
organization, it Includes more Republic
CaBS than represent.it ives of any other
party. Most ,,f theae Republicans in
tend to part i ipati in the Itepnl lican
nominations in the primaiy, but all are
pledged to support Governor Ferris at
the November election.
IN THE JUSTICE COURTS.
Laurium Men Arrested on Noise and
Otto K. Milhr and Frank Peterson
w.re arraigned before Justice Aimit
yesterday on the charge of creatiliL I
noise and disturbance. The arrests
wen made on First street,., where it is
claimed the men had engaged in an
altercation and were lighting. They
entered plcus of guilty and paid Hues
of $5 and ( lists.
The case of Sam Poltark, who was
arrested last week on the charge of as
sault and battery, on coinplaini of Ll
mer )lsen. w ill ho tried next week.
Helf-defense will he the plea of Pol
tark, who claims thai QfaMO was the
ailiaaaOl and that besides striking
htm did other things to laatalbn him.
The fracas is said to have occurred at
t he i Hiatal pool room.
CHECKS OVER TAX ROLL.
Frank Haas of Houghton, membei
i the clerical stall of the stale tax
commission was in Laurium yesterday
ami ( becked over the Laurium tax mil.
His visit here was largely for the pur
pose of gathering data for the com-
The renewal of the lighting contract
with the Houghton I'oiiiity BlectrlC
Light company is the principal busi
ness to come before the L.lUliuil)
council at its regular meeting OM Week
DOG ATTACKS YOUNG BOY.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davey of
Pewabic Street, Bitten.
Ml.il.. ,..ivin veil I t,.,-.ll ...
near the corner of First and Pewahle
streets last evening, Leonard, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davey, was at
tacked by a ferocious dog and hadiy
bitten about the face. The boy had rmt
been playing with the dog and did not
IMt if H Its approach, so engrossed was
he With his play. I tot li checks and the
boy's lips were badly torn by the dog's
The many frienda of If las Alice Rl
cold, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Aug-
ust Rleord of Wolverine and .r...-e i,
Bwetlah of Laurium, learmd w ith con
siderable surprise this week of their
recent marriage. Mr. and Mrs.
Svvetish stole a march on their man
friends and relatives. Fpon their re
turn from a honeymoon trip to the
east, Mr. and Mrs. Swetlsh will make
their home in Laurium.
The annual picnic ..t the btcCaba
(dass of the Laurium M. F. Sunday
school is being held today at the Port
age Ship CaneL the trip having been
made on the steamer PloWboy.
William Anderson has r tinned from
an important business rial I to Iml'ith
Hcorgc Mahonev has resigned his po
sition at UM Vivian store and will be
come conneciea wiw uic juhh niw
BtOrO in Red Jacket about the middle
Miss Alma Yoki of the Vivian store
force, has lesumed lur duties alter I
venation trip to Detroit and other
' S. Mayette, agent of tl"' Mineral
Hangc road at Hancock, who has re
signed and leaves shortly for ftfeooml-
Bee, was in town Sunday and bid goi
bye In Im al friends.
John Swansea entertained party
Lain mm friends ut the clubhouse at
' SentraJ Mine Bamday.
Miss Hatea Da hi has left for ;ren-
land, where she will spend two W
Thomas H. BoanetU of Btttte, M.mt..
is visiting with his daughter, Mis.
Robert Q, Murphy.
Mr. and lira, Martin Prlak. Sr., h ave
today for their home in Fly, Minn.,
after visiting their son.
Thomas Fisher of the t lately-Wig -gins
foli c, has gone to Chicago on a
short business v i.- it.
Richard Bell has jone to the eTktte
pine district in Onteaaanai couaty,
where he will spend the remainder of
Arthttf IPed. the well known Laur
ium vocalist, has BOM to Minneapolis,
where be will make his future home.
Sets Cat Afire.
Indianapolis llav log wrapped a
in newspapers, a 12-yaar-old boy h
ed itIn oil and Hu n touch a match.
The cat ran throttgh a slud. setting it
atlic Juvenile court can't find th
There are s,n;o women employed b
the bookbtndlai and printing trade
Plliladell III. I-
NEW RAILROAD OPENS.
Nashville. Tetin., July L'S. The new
Lewtabart and Northern railroad,
tunning from this city to North Ath
ens, Ala., has been opined for freight
and passenger traffic, The length of
the line is seventv-llve miles, connect
ing at North Athena with the Decatur
division of the Louisville and Nash
ville road, and opening up to the world
a large section ,,f the most fertile por
tions of Tennessee heretofore laacoee
slide to trade. Nearly Kio.non.OOO has
haeri expended on the enterprise.
e to the Post Office 1 G. Richard. Mr.
FAREWELL TO KATHLYN
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