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THE CALUMET NBWS
FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1914.
News of the Theaters
rnNfERNiNG ATTRACTIONS THE LOCAL PLAYH0U8E8 OFFER
THE AMUSEMENT LOVING PUBLIC.
(THIS COLUMN APPEARS EVERY TUE8DAY AND FRIDAY)
x teller Mitnu tion Iuim been gad
b th(. caltu th.ui.r ftaj Sater)
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u, " ,ly mmmm ,,f Qrxti aioto,
hkh reveejg the ' UOM ' II"' hSP
mUfs Kartli, tin- JJmU ol Mais has
Priced OM HorpQ l'aik-r a eelSah
pereoa. " s,,,'s P"" '" ; ms
U.muKli a crowd waUliiiiu a Puaegj ami
JuiU tbOWi ll.'ia.c. when Mllettsd ta
contribute a turn jmrnkm t the ihow
man refnae HhovliiK his way surlily
,, TlM Soi f Mats U- in s thai
Iti.niiH niUHt curt' llorai i! of his get
tahutm hiforo n-trainiiiK fuvor in
Horace, at limm-, gettlee down Cor
rortabta bvmiIi tin- ftre. Hi
I,,,! rUHllBJp to Hike his IMOM, Min-
w dunce; hut when M i alia Cof
I,,,,: en mute, she llnds him In lay
clothes. She rt'iiroai lies him for his
,1 ghtleea mMWMMM and dually re
turns him the eii'-auciiu nt riiiK. MM
-0 ihf (MN xv I L 1 1 an eseort who
l,;,H alhil. Horaet. huvltiK failed her.
Horace li eeej left at boaaa to road aad
ruminate, a trajnp who is looking for
WOrk, cornea t ah with letter of
r, , , until iiilatlon; li" rei eivcs no help
or sympathy from Hi. rare, who turn
linn iit of dooni.
i i.i. the hfeeeenger from Mais ap
Mara. He tells Beaaoe that he la going
,,, chance his eaaeaeeter gag nska hlai
a better man. Horace demure, bat by
lertei of arKuments ami electric
y!,,, I . fee (onvlntes him that he is in
aeraeat. The tfaeeaMsger ordera hiaa
out into the nlKht uml bids him per
forin some unselfish art. The Martian
Hteeenger, beeeaalnf exaaparatad ami
furious, strips him of his good clothes
uml leavea htm Bhaeerlag before the
I), us.- when- Minnie has heCOBM the
l ,.r the party. Again the tramp
Mean UPOtl tlM scene. This time lie
i li, i to l elp Horace, who stands in
rags, starving, and gladly shares the
on that is offered him.
Horace, overcome with emotion, IUg
tl B partnership, and they try and
Bake moneV opening the doom of the
uun mobiles or the depart tug uueeta.
Soon the real tramp baCOOMi ex
hausted, Horace, at last alive to oth
er',' a nt s. picks him up and takes him
tn his own home. The Meeeeager, by
thbl tlttW satisfied that food work ha;;
been aucoagfdhfhad, ehaagee Mm bach
Into hli ordinary apparel. Horace set-
tlao linn in ins own armchair, provid
ing him with food and drink. The
Met CttgOr returns to Mars, tell tag his
Martian brothen of the good work
While lloraee Is attending to the
aeeda of his new found fiiend, the
naldaervant telle him that a tire has
broken out. Horace at 00)00 dashes to
tii. eceaa the new Horace, eot the old
scltlsh one saves the lives of three
youngatera, and inetata upon taking t',i
entire bomeleea family hack to hie own
eetabilehment, treating them with
V nipathy and kindness.
This generous action is witnessed bj
H mil I and his hrother Martians, who
aee the mission accompllehedi Minnie
and Horace once more brought togeth
er, and Horace replacing the discarded
Another hi feature at the Calumet
fur the week-end will be Harry l.au-
der, the bonny Scotch comedian and
tl r, w ho appears in a one reel
Of a golf matt h. The match
came about through Joking remark
ol Lauder thai he could beal ins
friend, Nell Kenyon, at their favorite
name. Kenyon Ipnmedlatel) accepted
the challenge, Laajdar, however, had
no idea of really being aerloue and
1 Briea of amuelng prahka arc in
termingled with some very excellent
K"lf. , l
I" Reel 17 of "(lur Mutual Hill."
Which the Crown features tonight and
tomorrow, Margaret aecurea a position
for the i .asi atdh gtii, her protegoa, and
then leavea for the Southland and her
home in Cambrkkfd, Maryland. There
he units agalg her sweetheart who
baa returned to the old farm.
Margaret and her girlhood chum
Peed many happy hours together,
"Old Dobbin, the faithful family horse,
r ognlaea Margaret the moment ha
eee hef ami whinnies in his Joy, Bvea
cowa and chtchang seem to realize
1 ! aomething unusual has happened
ad artth apple Meaaoeag from the m -
Chgrd entwined about her neck. Mar-
Sarei murmura to herself:
"I love the tows and chicluns;
"Yes; thin Is the life!"
Together With her mother she CUd-
WHY NOT 9
KC is pure. K C is health
ful. It really does make
lighter, nicer biscuits, cakes
and pastry than the old
fashioned single acting
And you pay only
No baking powder
lb s the little Kaster c hickb ts in her
warm palms and presses their downy
leathers Qgalnat her cluck.
She and hcrtountry tweet heart, who
is study keg seient itie agrieuM nr. , than
make u tour of the farm and Margaret
is surprised at the improvements lie
has Installed. All the big bams und
KrunatifH have heen repainted, the cat
tle and sheep are tdeek and well-fed
and new farming rnachlner has bOOO
purchased. All in all, Margaret, at the
end of the day, falls asleep in her old
had room, happy, indeed, to harn that
both her yweetheart and the old folks
are doitiK s well.
Hack in New York much has heen
happening and another sorrow Iris en
tered IntO the 111 e of Margan t'a pro
tegee, hut that, as KlpHng sa.s, is an
other story and roquifea another reel
"The Sbeei Herder," a Victor two
reel drama, will be the attraction it
the People'! theater Saturday.
Madeline AlbriKht left the eltf tO
take up her life on the plains as the
wife of Jeff Albright, cattleman. Ma
deline was not unlike other Kills rais
ed in the city. The time nine when
the loneliness of the ast plains palled
upon her; she could not resist longing
to return to the life of amuei menta
and action. Incidentally she took he.
baby hoy with her. Years passed
her gOfl grow up and went west. He
beetime a aheep-herder a class bated
and shunned by the cattlemen. Tic-
meeting of the hoy with his fuller.
neither aware of their ndat ionsbip, the
lighting between the two factions, the
humiliation that came to the hoy
when he found himself in hue with
the daughter of a cattleman, the
adopted child of bis own lather, an I
the Bnai culmination when the old cat-
th man faces his wife whom he has
loved during the twenty yeara they
have been separated, makes up the es-
BOneO Of the play. It is a story that
gall into your blond one that ymi
can't help hut like.
Mr. Kerrigan plays the part of the
son. .Jack, who never knew the nam
of his father. He followed the call of
his blood and wandered west until hi
linallv went to work as a cowboy on
iiis father's cattle ration. Here he met
and fell in love with Anita CaroW, the
One day Jack received a letter from
bis mother to the effect that she was
sick and must undergo a major opera
tion, a good position as a Bheep-herd-
er offered itself and, throwing aside In
nride. he took it. He became hated
and shunned by all but nita. Btl
still belMved in him. But Jack rebt lied
at the taunts of the cattlemen and
h.oim.IIv llira;died one of them. With
this, Jeff Albright, his father, decided
to drive him from the range).
In the meantime, .lack's mother ar
riv.ul at his cabin. She was there
hm 1,-rr .-11111 his men ndc up and
delivered the ultimatum. She beard a
Familiar voice and itCDDed OUt. Jeff
recognised the woman he bad reemi I
f,- an manv vears and cattle feud
were forgotten. And there was tlu
boy hie own mm-when he bad eom
t,, "clean out." And from there on
well, another story commences there.
but it is left to the imagination
The Qmnd presents lor tonight an
Ulaon two-part special feature Bigg,
entitled, "His Bob Story." Hen Wilson
ami Charles le the well known Bdl
son stars, carry the leads. The story
John was distinctly down on his luck.
He bad i emc into the city fully pre
pared to s t the world on lire with bis
m-niiis. but as et he had not noticed
much of a CoaOhgrattoa as a result of
his efforts. At the time the story
opens, he was down to his last dollar
and as yet be had found small pros
pects of any sort of a position. n his
way to the only newspaper OfftCC he
had not as yet im pott u ned with his
Utay Of! for work, he came across a
shabbily clad woman on a park bench.
As John approached her. she fainted,
dropping her hand bag on the side
walk. John pleVed the bag up. put it
into his pocket and sent f-'i an ambu
lance. After the woman had been car
ried away he suddenly remembered
that he had kept the pockctbook.
In the hope of HtulhiK a clue, John
opened the lUUtdbBg and examined Its
contents. It contained a child's plmto
Kraph. a handkerchief, and a solitary
nickel. On the bare chance of comlnK
in toss the woman aKain. Joi n mail.- a
tour through a number of city hospi
tals, but without eUOCeee, However,
the geraitaig gave him an idea About
its pittfUl contents a story gradually
developed in bis mind. With eauer
haste in rushed to the newspaper ofhee
and brushing opposition aside by the
..v.. - i--..i, nan, , i ii oiirnose. sat
a fair price for it
should sell for more
Promoters of Agricultural Oiga-
nization Plan Big Campaign
The forthcoming Keweenaw and
Houghton OOUUty fairs and Hie interest
which residents of the copper district
are manireetma in aocn events, aaaou
promoter! of tin- Upper Ponlneule ah-
loultural association to the belief that
tin- time to perfect the orgenisatlon is
ripe. To this end, an effort likely will
be made this fall towaid securing new
members and taking other steps to
waid lajentlng Ufa Into the ei octa
tion. rtomllienl copper country busi
ness and professional men have gigged
im in I., i ship petitions and a little
activity upon the part of the tentative
ofBeora will result in spontaneous sup
port oil the public, RCCOCdkSg to local
The I'pper Peninsula association had
its beginning in an impromptu meet
inn of lOOn! businessmen four ycai
am and the step apparently strm i. a
popular chord. A commit tee w as ap
pointed to obtain the sentiment of the
people I" general ami the result was a
tentative organization. The member-
ship list grew and the idea found boos
ters in practically every town of the
peninsula. The object was to conduct
a bl- agricultural exhibit in Laurium
during the following autumn, but for
Mime unexplained reason nothing lur
tber was heard of the project.
However, the-back-to nature gaovv
has become bo general in the copper
district and agriculture now plays
inch a prominent part in copperdom'a
industrial life thai the promoters of the
kOal association feel that the project
now can become a reality. Definite
steps toward the Olganluntlon likely
will be taken immediately after the
All Men's Oxforde, Tans, Itlack, QUO
e.Mtrtl. mid-Hiimmer dean-up sale
I'O per cent off regular prices. Sav
twenty OOtttg on every dollar by pur
i haetng your oxfords here. N'erlln
r.ros. ft Co.. Bhoe Dept., Mam Floor,
Calumet.- Advertisement. 8-3
S. C. Chynowelh Insurance Agency.
Workmen's Compensation. Advertise
A traveler reports that potatoes In
Greenland do not grow larger than an
down at the typewriter and B tar ted bis
John hail felt the pim h of poverty
too closely himself not to be able to do
jest Ice to his subject. He drew a poig
nant picture of this woman, forced by
her husband's cruelty to support ber
s If and her child. It was all BOtlog
f. r all John knew, hut it was certainty
a "sob story" of the first order. When
John had Ilnished. they sent his story
ilUo the editor. He read it, cirelesslv
at Hist, and then with a drawn hag
gard look on his face. In a few mo
ments he (ante out, and questioned
John. John told him the particulate
and showed him the photograph "T!ie
woman was my wife." said the editor
Imply, Jumping Into a taxi, ab, John
ltd the editor commenced another tOOT
f the hospitals. This time luckily
enough the search was aucceeerul.
When they found the woman, she for
gave the editor for lb'1 inisiindcrstand-
Ing that had driven them apart and the
mati fill editor promised John a llrst
ehMg position on the paper.
The Royal headline subject Is "The
Shattered Tree." a two-part drama.
As brequently happens La the boot
regulated families. 01 ( the .Norwood
hoys was a success, and the other a
failure. Harry, b strict attention to
business, had WOU bis father's reaped
and Jack was a spendthrift. Unknown
to his father, however, itarry was
deeply involved in speculation. A sud-
den craeh In the market put htm In
desperate need of niotiev. Returning
me everting, be opened the safe in the
drawing-room, and took out a sum oi
his father's numey. Just hs he had put
it into his pocket, he heard a noise
Mr. Norwood had been aroused, and
was coming down ine siairs. .nisi in
that moment, Jack entcr.-d-intoxic.it-
.1 Itavrw thrust the money upon bis
dazed Brother, and waited. Mr. Nor
wood came upon them, saw the empty
sale, noted Jack! condition and the
damning evidence of guilt In his hands.
In order not to break the old man's
heart. Inch shouldered the nuilt . and
Bhortl) afterward Marry was taken
into the firm. His llnancial affaire
went from had to worse. At last, be
used 150,000 of the firm's nionev tC
over his shortane. The market plung
ed aualli, the money was wipiil out.
and Harry shot himself. The note ex
plained his own guilt and Jin k's lUBO
Cenee, Meanwhile. Jack bad none
West, and gOOM several other things.
Me had aaadt rleh strike in a gatd
none, and bad fallen in love with Mar-
jorie liooiie, the daughter of his part -
ner, gfhea ha learned of his brothers
death, ami tgM despera te i oiidit log into
which the firm had been thrown by
llarrv's sieciilations. he Immediatelv
set out f..r the Beat
Winn Jack went Kast. an envious
rival attempted to poison the gfTfl
he.it t agalnai him. Whan Jack oaaM
ireei again btarlorle, eraaad wRh an
gttlah, had wandered away from home.
Jink came upon her tis she stood on
the edfe of a great cliff. Then It hap
pened that Mai Jet hi rargot her fears
Mid sorrows and turned back to home
and happiness with the man she ..v.,
INTEREST IN MOTOR RACES.
Big Delegation of Fans is Expected in
Tomorrow's gsotorcyi h , dog nnd
hoi ae races which will h- tin offerm ;
In the driving park, an expected ta
attract a big contingent of outside fans
ami the promoters rim aaaurance of
the biggest variety tournament of th.
season. Subbtantlal pri.cs have been
hung up for the various oventa and
entries have been received from all
porta of the county. The motor i,
racea give promise of being the moat
attractive: the Roman l .i s. net- a Is
will be g big novelty and the gog r a c
will be another dimwteg , ml.
Kntrlea for the ggotorcyole I
were a nounced today as foUoWOI
Three-mile. sltiKle cylinder gjd. I'i
(tuette. V. L, Hroeessi, ,f) C. OUItla,
Harold HoKimsoii and Aiiliur Johnson.
Three-mile, twin cvlimbr John A.
Aunty, Oetirge gjejrgenaOB, Arthur Mc
Donald. H. J. Kroll, Cool Harris,
James R. Spence, Joseph (bushe an-i
A. J. Vine.
All the above ridera ere entered In
the three-mile, Australian pursuit race,
the handicap race and the live-mil",
MUSICAL EVENT TONIGHT.
Miss Mary Torreano( Yoythful Artist,
to Entertain in Bank Hall.
Miss Mary Torreano. vocalist, will
entertain In the hank hall this eVenlna.
with in event thai will he a treat to
music lovera of the copper country.
Miss Torrenno Is a student of th
Whitney School of Muslv "" Boaton,
Mass., and her ability as a future ar
tist la well known. Incidentally, this
will be her third public appearance in
this district and her progTOOg in the
music world will be manifested by her
concert this evening. Assisting
the youthfttl sinKer will be Charles O.
Jackola. baritone, and Btanlej St.t
benz. pianist and Mrs. He IT) R. Kin-;
aoeoaapanlet The part of th.- program
in which Miss Torreano will appear
was arranged by the Inst rm tors in the
According to m. s. Baloman, i Brit
ah c hem let, poaaonoui apples an- ie
lagj imported Into ghigland, and con
stitute omethlgg of a menace to the
public health. He was recently .ailed
on to analyze a curious mildew noticed
on some apples. This "mildew,"
WMch lay In tin- hollow about the,
tom, proved to be a deposit of Cop
per sulphate, othetwisc known as blue
vitriol, a powerful and deadly prison.
sas the New York Bvenhsg I'ost. It
is one of the common substances used
for apraylng purposes, and its preiaw
on these applies was presumably the
the result of a late spraying. Smh
apples, of course, are not lit to eat un
to Post Office,
E.C. Ricl-.ards, Mgr.
"ALL THAT'S C EST IN PICTURES'
Edison Two Part Drama
It is a story of two brothers, one good
but bad, and the other bad but good.
THE VVAIKO SISTERS
TWO STEP CHILDREN
COMING SATURDAY AUG. 1ST
Evening Doors 6:45. Begin 7.
NEW PICTURE PROGRAM
Domino two part drama
THREE OTHER GOOD ONES
NEW PROGRAM TOMORROW
Both prizes given away to the
Boy and Girl holding the
L I ll V
A Blue Ribbon Fan
I dont know
that tastes as ood to me as
The Beer of Quality
It quenches my thirst. It
refreshes me. It agree!
with me. For a beer that
is just right Pabst Hiue
Ribbon is my choice
AMUSEMENTS. . AMUSEMENTS. I gg'S
mm K MFvrc "1
ALU MET THEATER
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Matinees 2:30. Evening 7:30 and 9:00
Tin- Celebrated Player Pflm ('.
Two feature pieturefl
CHARLES HAWTREY, the famous English II tor in the
"A Message From Mars"
In Pour Parte
The Bonny Scotch Comedian and Songster in
"A Comedy Golf Game"
A thousand feet oi' uuraor. You must gee it!
Matinee. seats, 10c;
The ': i installment of t !;
MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY
101 Bison in two parts.
AND OTHER GOOD PHOTOPLAYS
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Absolutely pure, smooth and of delicious flavor.
Guaranteed imder the pure food l.iws.
Sold m any quantity Delivered on time.
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in quality, reasonable in price. The
srme bigh standard is earned through
out in all our provisions. We buy
the choicest Cattle. Hogs and Sheep
the market affords. ALL "topnotch
ers." You will experience utmost sat
isfaction in Meat buying, by favoring
US with your orders. Call Phone No.
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Tho prac'uets of
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tle on your door
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LAURIUM. Phone 854. MICH.
CHAS. SALOTT:. Proorietor.
H. H. GILES
Phone 442-M 114 Wolverine St.