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WEDNE8DAY, AUGUST 5, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FIVE N EWS of "PRATERNAL the -T SOCIETIES 500 VISITORS AT AM MEET Final Preparations for Entertain ment to Be Made Sunday Msinbstg of I i iin No. I, Ancient Older of Hibernians, iKMtl fOff klM 1914 M cnniai state convention of the .mill- WlU'll Will DC IK-MI I1CIV .MIUIISI iv in, :n aixl II, will hold it penis, I meeting In tlM gar rod Heart Auditor mm Sunday afternoon at o'clock, to ,,,nu)lete ii mi 1 arrangements for tins gathering and to inuti accommoda tions tor the many visitors expected, i in- win lit- tin- last rnooting before tin ,, inv ent ion and a full attendance g desired. , I v n cs from all parts of tin- Mate Indicate thai tin- attendance at the convention here is to he a record breaker, l-'ully 500 quests, delegates in, in the arioiis branches of the Hl i, :in. uis and Uidies Auxiliary and plcSBMtB Booking visitors are oxpoctod i i. While the hondqUOrtOW of the convention will heat the Arlington h- 1,1 that Institution will he unable to provide iccontmodntlorui lor ail violton and prlvats homes will be thrown open for the convention week, ah who have rooms and accommodations avail ubie an- roquoBtod to notify John i: i., ii . win, has charge of thtt feature ut the arrangement The combinod lake gnd rail trip wliu Ii has heen arranged lor delOga li,, ns from tUO lower part of the stale tin- South Shore road and the )o- iioii ami Cleveland Transportation company, is likely to prove immensely popular. The rate will he approxi ii, (!- one lore fur the round trip, tins providing aii exceptional!) , heap trip for former copper country real living in Detroit, Port Huron, I jnl ami other cities in the lower peninsula. There has heen no njieei.ii change in the convention program, the principal features of which are as follows: Tuesday, AllKllst IS The morning of Aug, i win in- do voted io the reception ami reglatorlng of dehnjggag and olfh crs of the state I .. .i.i.at ion at the Rod Jacket town hull. At s::in iii tin- i ning the local rllbornianj and visitors, Mrlth the iii, ml, eis of the Ladies' auxiliary and "i the Juvenile Hibernians, will form In parade at the Red Jacket town ball llld, loaded b) the Calumet , Heela bahu, will march to Sacred Heart church, lie la, where ponttflclal high mass will he eeiehrated b) Kt. Rev i rederlck las, bishop of Maftraette, at u:ao, assisted hy Rev. FT. Berth of Earanaba and looni uhrfg) . The stale Convention Will open at BOOH at the RM Jacket town hall, oiiniy president Daniel Crowley of Hancock calling the meetin.-, to order. An address of welcome will he given in Mayor Frank H. Bchumuker and re spouses W III l,e made by offll efl Of ih- state ami county organisations. Buaineai sessions of the convention Will follow. Mi Tuesday evening a grand hall and reception, with musk b) the Calumet .v Heeia inrgnnhnttlon, win he bald at Hi- Light ' Inard armory. Wednesday Morning! business sessions town hall j noon, dinner, afternoon, hueineaa sessions, jjfjhtaoolng for the ladies. (tapper; sveaing, sightseeing ami auto mobile triis aboui district ami Dinar tlnment, now being arranged. Thursday Morning: Business sessions and se- .The Velvet Gown Requires Expert Knowledge for Cleaning We specialize in this work, bring ing back the lus tre, taking out spots without injury to the cloth. Send your vets here- Vcl- we h a v e expert cleaners and dy- ftrs at your dis posal. COLUMBIA LAUNDRY & DYE WORKS. PHOKE 150. LAURIUM lf hl-en business noon, dinner; afternoon, business BOS sloiis, new business and election of olH -'s, Bis-nieeeing ami .tiii,,iii,,i,ii, trlpi supper; evening, at 7 o'clock, banquet at Usjtu in mi aytnori t,, state, conn l a n, division olllccr.s and delegates to eonveiitmn. There win )t. M M ubumiij ex,-eiieni program ,,1 toasts ami musical numb Friday n ii may me convention will la brought to a close. This really will h the day ,,f mttrtslnmenl ,,i the gathar ing and the visitors will be treated ti automobile rides about Biswas new and Houghton counties, all points ,.i inter SOI DOing VlSltOO, and to launch rides on ToTOh lake and Porta -e lake. It is ulso likely that enjoyable basket plc- nics win ne arranged im- the enter- tainmoat of the visitors. w- Pythians in Winnipeg. Attention of pythlans is directed tins weei, toward Winnipeg, where tin supreme lodge is in eon vent ion. lnci- oentauy, ina present oonciave is the lust in twenty-eight years that has been held in a Canadian city and In minion im-miieis, therefore, are doing their utmost to make the entertain Mat clahoratc. J ins IIBIIIg UM gOlden Jubilee year uvni e-in ion, me opening SOSSIOIl in- augurates a program, the outcome of which will be of vital interest to three-quarters of a million men in eight thousand lodges of the order. It is the second time In the history Of the order that a session of the supreme lodge has heen held out Bide the United States, the other ex- ceptlon being the meeting m Toron to in iss5. Tin promam which will he held for the next few days will include recep tions, i.iniicts, mounter parades and ex in tone. Thomas J. (.'ailing id' Macon, (in., will preside, he has inn proceeded tin: lion. Charles H. Hanson, a justice of the supreme court of .Maine, as su preme chancellor. Several matters of national import ance will come before this session of the lodge. Notable among these will be the proposition to reduce the agl limit for admission from Jl to IK years. An appeal will he made for the SO tahlishinent or indorsement of a Py thian sanitarium for the OaTO of tuber culosis cases. The Dramatic Order of Khoraaaon, "The Playground of Py- t h ia 1 1 ism," will ask for recognition. It Is expected that P.rlg. S. Young Of Ada. i ., representing the largest grand domain in the order will be unanimously elected supreme chan cellor. Tims,, in the running for the second Inchest otlice include l-'raiik N. Keekford of New Hampshire, John J. Brown of Illinois, itobert Bums of California, and Mntel n. btnefceufj of ( iklahomu. Tin1 gland lodge Of Mississippi will ask. that Douglas S. Wright of that state he continued as supreme inner guard The HMHtbori Of tlM hoard of control of the Insurance department will be chosen to succeed S S Q. Cherry, South Dakota, and ChaiieS S. Davis of Colorado, w ho were 1f t - ed at the Boston convention in LvOI The extension of the onirr into other Countries and plans for further devel opment of altruistic work of the fra ternity will be considered. While the supreme lodge is in con vention several alllliated bodies will hold biennial meetings. Among them are the Supreme Temple Pythian Sis ters, representing ltd members, the association of Cram! Keepers of Kec OrdS and Seals and the Pythian Edi torial association. Sons nf Herman Meeting. Local committees have completed ar rangements for the state convention of tb, Sons of Herman whicb will he held in Calumet next week, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. From twenty-five to thirty delegates, represent ing all brandies of the order in the state arc expected to he present as well as a number of other visitors. The Arlington Hotel probably will be th- headquarters, for the convention guests. Monday will he given over exclu- SiVOl) to the formal reception of dele gates and visitors and the business ses sions will be held OH Tuesday Wed- nondai after in, there grill he a big ptenk at the Section i; Part for the copper country Sous of Herman, who will parade through Cat U met, headed by the C & H. band. The visiting delegates will he guests of honor at this gathering. Local ollh-crs of the state oigani.u- i ion ,ne inclined i t m- beii- f the con vention win pass no resolutions refer- rim; to the Kurope.in was situation. Laurium Pythians. Chancellor Commander Joi Ben and James Hb hauls I Choeen as the delegates to ph Swy- aVS been represent Kinriiim Loilge No. 102, Knights t PythUU at the lahpemtUI convention the aariy part of neml month Ai the regular meeting of bttttrtttm lodge Monday eveniii-:. it was voted to enter both tii st ami third rank dOgrci teams In the (ontest. The third rank was onferred Monday v i nlng. Laurium lodge will participate Wttfc the ,ther lodges in the countv in the big Pj thing reunion to he held at Meet! park Prldav afternoon . venue August II, This will take III, and the form of a basket picni, and In the ,.elliliu dancing will hi enjoyed, The vent will be of a scjnl-puhlb nature Md w ill be entirelv fn-e. the men rs 0f copper country lodges being in vited to bring their families and friends. IV- V. C. O. of F. Convention Soon. Mrs. k. Orenier Gourd, deputy high btOf I anger of the W Hi' "'- OttthoHC lection f place for holding 1 hial OMTWtiM! unfinished i irder id' Poresti t i when- she will visit Anita Court No. fll, this being her last visit prior to the national convention, which will h mid in ( hleugo, Auf. 11 ii. Mrs. Curd has concluded her inspect ion of HnnghtOU county courts and repeal affairs In a splendid condi t ion . Delegates hae been Insti u ted I study and inform themselves on th itii questions that will be presented in Ihe eon cut ion, such as graded as scssments, state or district Jurisdiction .mi s. nose i). it. Kit tin. in presi ut high chief lamer will agahl he a can didate for that effloa, Miss Anna Da ley present bigii Vice chiel ranker will he candidate on opposition tickets for iin ofBco Calumet Commandery, Next Hunilay morninv. at the PaU iin, Cgrnsnei Cofaaaaadery, Na, Kiuhts of the rjoldea single, win hold the last of a scries of special drills in preparations for their attendance at tne grand lodge convention In Unpenn ing next Week, as gllest. of the grand Baatle honors. The ooiiunanderv will leave next Wcdiiesila fTtltfni ill SK cuu ooacnei attached to tin- South Shore nig hi train, acting as a Kiiard of honor foi COPPOff country grand I as lie olliccrs. Charity Lodge, K. of P. Parity Lodge No. 131, Knights of PythlaUj will conduct a special decree team arnotka at th,- regular mooting rnursduy evenin't, in preparation for the annual statS eonvi ntion and upper p ninsuia reunion w hich w in bo hold Miniultaneously at ISllS lillM, Sept. 2 to Charity lodge will he represented by a strong team in the degree team contests. W Italian Social Club. .Members of the Italian Social club of i.Hurium are today enjoying their annual outing, with their families, at the Creotvlew park of tin- Koweenaw Central. A varied oroaram of snorts imi other features baa been arranged for. There are about one hundred members in attendance, Calumet Lodge of Elks. The Calumet Lodge of Klks will hold its next regular moating one week from this avenlng, at whten time it is probably preliminary plans w ill be con sidered for ii big all entertainment. iicther tins will take the form of passer or a tneatrical production has not been decided. Expected Home Next Week. Miss P.. A. Ma honey, national vice president of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Ihe A ( i. H.. and Miss Mar M a boiicv unty president, are expected boUM xt week from Norfolk, 'a., where llicy have been attending the national mention of the order. Party at Electric Park. The Daughters of St. Viment de Paul of the Sacred Heart church, well known charity workers, will entertain it a dttttctni party at the Klcctric lark this evening, The proceeds will bo used for charity. The Laurium lustra will render music lor dancing Dokays To Ishpeming. Kornyh Temple r, . k. k., of i-iu- lum. practically has completed at - angements for conducting a ceremon- :il session iii connection with the rand lodge convention at lshpniing text month. Calumet Odd Fellows. Ctthnseei Lodge, No. 114, I. ( . . P., conferred the first degree on a class of candidates at the I again I meeting last evening and next Tuesday evening will confer the second degree. Modern Brotherhood. enterprise Lodge, Modern Brother hood of America, will conduct an initi atory session at the regular meeting to be held Thursday evening. Helping Hand Tent I. O. R. Members of Helping Mall, I Tent. In dependent Order of Rechabitea, wW hold their regular meeting Saturday c ening. S. C. Cnynoweth Insuranco Agency. Liability Insurance. Advertisement tt AMUSEMENTS. R O Y A L THEATER Next to Poet Office E. C. Richards. Mgr. "ALL THAT'S BEST IN PICTURES' Kalem Two Reel Drama A STRING OF PEARLS How f.ite foils a thievish couple, makes KALEM'S two-part detective story, "A String of Pearls" one of the most interesting dramas shown in this city. HEARST-SELIG NEWS PICTORIAL NO. 37 The World Before Your Eyes. THE FALSE AND THE TRUE Vitegraph Drama Blinded by a discharge of Dynamite, she marries a man she thinks her fiance. COMING THURSDAY AUG. 6TH LILLIAN'S DILEMMA Vitagraph Two Part Drama MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY Two Reels Part Seven SPECIAL MATINEE 2:30. Laurium PROPERTY OWNERS ASK COUNCIL FOR NEW WALKS BOLLMAN ADDITION RESIDENTS PETITION FOR IMPROVE MENTOTHER AFFAIRS. Property owners oi I (oilman's addi tion last night petit lotted the village council for new sidewalks, nyaaeftaf thai requests by the appcaram e of residents of that lection at tin council meeting. A block on A hlll'-ek street ami another on North powabic win be given attention this year, if the street committee so decrees ami a report of that body, following an InVOStWstlon. Will be made at an Sari) me. tng of th, villa-;,- trustees. The pStltloneri agree to pay for the improvement within sixty days and ettdei tb.s agreement it Is likely that favorable action will he taken. Tin- board. boWOVOT, does not asSUre at this tun, to compel the (instruction of wall... in every part of the addition but tin- Improvement w ,11 he made upon nucti property as the owner agfUea, I Electrical inspector John htnechtges reported that a Heels street buslneae- man who carries in Stock a consider- aid,, guantlty of Ihsammable mute rial, objects to the luspectloa el the Wiring on bis premises. The inspector declared that tin- wirlna. has not been VILLA TO ASSERT POWER SAY REPORTS FROM MEXICO DECLARED THAT REBEL GENER AL HAS BROKEN OFF WITH "FIRST CHIEF." Kl Paso, Tex.. Aug. :, General Kran- etseo nia virtually ins declared his independence from the Curranas gov ernment, according- to leiiortH brought here by arrivals from all parts of northern Mexico. Villa h is begun re organising Ins army. General I'ellpe Angeles, Carranza's deposed secre tary of war, ia in , barge of the re organization. Onrmnss has not been Informed, so far us Is known. Carbnjal's Terms Rejected. Saltillo, Mex.. Aug 3 via Laredo, Texas, Aug. r. The negotiations for the peaceful transfer of Mexico City to the constitutionalists failed lant night. The constitutionalist.-- refused to sntertaln conditions imposed by the Carhajal commissioners. The Carha j.'il conditions embodied the peace pro posals announced at Washington about three weeks ago. The Cnrtttjttl com missioners arc still here, hut have made no announcement gt what they intend to do. Carbajal May Submit. Mexico City, Mex., Aug. .(.Provis ional President Carbajal, members of Congress and representatives of the li d, ral army arc In session at the na tional palace discussing the turning over of the government to the consti tutionalists unconditionally. The plan is to have Qenerals Odregun ami don- zales of the const it ut bmal army form a temporary government. The exodus of the old regime toward Vera Cruz has commenced. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. PEOPLES TODAY AND FRIDAY 7th Installment Million Dollar Mystery Eclair Two The Heart of rROWN FAMILY THEATER I W. L. Foley, Mgr. The House of the gram" Mutual Pro- TONIGHT The Perils of Pauline Ninth Installment in 2 reels The Strike Thanhaoser 2 reels on the 'abor question. His Favorite Pastime Keystone Comedy. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. Department done under tin- state or Insurance companies' t ode alld he deemed it nefessui v to i QSjpol the property own er to submit to the inspections. The board, bOWOVeri urged the inspector In be lenient and in this manm-r, it is hoped the matter will be adjusted. The hoard voted the sum of 17.1 to the lire department for its expenses to the Ishpeming tournumcnt, (tallowing u custom that bas long I.e. ,, c-t-i.ii-h-cd in COppor OOttntry towns. An invita tion to take pari in the parade during tin- .-late convention of the Ancienl OrdsW Of Hibernians. wbe h will be held in Calumet, was aOCOptQd. TlM amount of $"li'i was allowed on the eon truet of Pnuj P. Roehm but PBqUaal lor an advance ijuyment to A rO hi toot Ma;is on the tOWn hall im provements was tabled. The boanl in -in, rai admitted th.it work was not progressing as --a, b.factorilv as it might and the supervise will he asked to hurry operation.--. Plumbing contractor will ha required to obtain a license (regj the village the w.ll Hut be permitted to carry on operations, 'iii-- i, .aid ordered the cicrk to pur- OhaM saflltar) appliances for the new jail. LAURIUM BREVITIES. Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Hurt have gone to .Madison, Wis., i,, visit. apt. and Mrs. William Weir have gong to Mudlavia, Ind.. where Mrs. Weir w ill take the baths. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shields arc ca tertaining Mrs. Shields' mother, who arrived this week from Kansas City, Mo. S. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency. Workmen's Compensation. -Advertisement, tt h it flft en thousand girls are employed in tin department stores. women ami I 'huadelphla ECHOES FROM IR0NW00D Ironwood Happenings Always Interest Our Readers. After leading of ho many people in OUr town who have bOCU cured by Don n h Kidrn y Pills, the question na turally arises: "Is this medii in- OQUttl ly sue, essful in out neiglihoring tow no?" The generous statement of this Iron Wood resident leaves no room lor doubt on this point. P. Donovan, ::iti B, Aurora St.. Iron wood, Midi., says: "Mv kldnoyi did not act properly and the kidney te eretions were unnatural ami. painful in peasage, i also suffered from baoh- ache and sharp twlnces ncrosa my kldneya, Seeing Dean's Kidney rnis advertised. I used them and they gave me relief." Price r.iic. at ail dealers. Don't s!m pty ask for a kidney temedy get Doans Kidney PHIS the same that Mr. Donovan h id Puator Milburn Co., Props., Uuffnlo. N. Y. ivc-inemhPT the name Doan's and 'nkp "o other. (Advertisement.! THEATER Part Drama the Highway THEATER Mutual Program TONIGHT THE MYSTERIOUS SHOT Two Part Majestic Drama RIOT MeJ IN RuBEVILLE" di inn-ill THE PURSE AND THE GIRL" Prsacess Drama KEYSTONE Always a COMEDY" Lassra, COMING TOMORROW Matinee and evening THE PERILS OF PAULINE 9th Episode. LYRIC Hardwood Draymg Slabs H. H. GILES Phone 4-12-M 114 Wolverine St. Laurium. A New Method Mrs. Nevada Briggs, the baking expert, says: "There is just ono way to make your cakes rio hiffh and evenly ywt- them time to n before a cruxt in formed and thu batter ia stiffened by cooking." "If using a gas, gasoline or oil r'ove, light youroven when you put the cake in and keep the flame Imw until the cake has doubled in bulk; then increase the heat until it id evenly browned and will respond to the pressure of the finger. If using a coal or wood range, leave the oven dior open until the cake ut in, then turn on the drafts ami by the time the oven is at i.K' turupeniturc, the cake will have raised bufliciently." For rich, moist, feathery cakes Mrs. Briggs always recommends Try a POLITICAL BO ANTHONY LUCAS RBPUBUCAM CANDIDATB i-'ur resesnl nation lor Prosecuting Attorney T Till) i .TKMS: I am taking this means of " nsV01lnhH t, the RefHlblicaSJ votera of thi.s Count) Unit I am a 0Bn4ldtS tot re-nomination for PrOOOOVUBjf Attorney .it the ooralng iTima-y Bed to be held on A, Ifth, fl4 1 was. as you know, ele ted t tUs ,,lli, e m ., imler, ltl, Hsf entered upon the ditties of the Oflves Junu.'.r.v 1st. Ill), Slm-e I took hold of the ofBes I have ilven the peopls of this Count) my entire time and attention, bavins; proeeouted more cease in the poet sifhteen months tbaa any ..i my predoeeesjota In twice that time, i can conecf elitiotisly say that I have, to the ..st ,,f my ability, SiQSJSOtl) and taitli (UU) disi harvod the duties of the otllee. Sir saattthfl alter I was in DSJeg the strike was declared. Shlcfa lasted ,,er BtBe moiulis. During that time a great number of streets WeCl ina.le. afj assistant and I diligently prosecuted all cases arising out of that strike, eonvkttna both strikers and non-strikers, and dis missing many cases for lack of evidence. During the prosecution ,,f those cases I was criticized, accused of betai unfair and not dotai my duty, both hf the strlkern and their sympathizers and the operators ,,ril their Mesjda, depending on who was prosecuted. In answer to these criticisms 1 want to say that I tried, during the most turbulent period in the hjtuf of our county, to BO absolutely fair to both aidso, .My ofBea being partly Judicial 1 could not be partial in that DoatTovacay. i andeaeosed to jsrsject the rhrhts and interests of every citizen, whether he was a striker or non-striker. ami prosecuted, fe.u iessiy and vtsjnrofjaly, averj case in which the evi- dence luefWed S nreeOOtltion, and without hesitation or tear of displeas ing anyone, 1 recant monded the sasJaeai of laffe nnselisf of cases Winn the tvtdenee was InsufficieBt t,, hold the acruood for trial in the hbjher courts. I can truMifully Bay that I hVa dsjM what I helieved eras rbjrht and la aecordancs with law and justice. And in this state ment 1 believe I will he supported bjr every officer. Juntlce and judne in this county. I ma have made some mistakes, ami if I have I wish to assure OVOTS I itiz.-n that they wcr-- honest mistakes, committed in m zeal t.. do ehal i believed was rlahi and say effort t, set that the laws srers fairly and impartiaiiv sn forced Tin re has lecn sonic intimation that bOOaaae I had to have a spe cial assistant during the trial of BOOM of the sink, cases that I was not competent. lu reply will say that the Hoard of Supervisors, at my request, lave BM B special assistant bSCaUOS of tSB) extraordinary number of cases thai arose out of the strike In evcr.v sM of those cases I was opposed by at least three attornes. No man in my posi tion could have done the work of the otlice without additional help. I may not be ible to see yon peisoually before the primary election on a,count of the w, rk that is daily pending it. the local courts, and the preparations aeeeaaary for the trial -f OSBBM aoashil up in the Septem ber term of court, so I will !-.ave to BBftVS the matter of my re-tioniina-tlen to their good judgsaoul and let them tie i i. whether or not I am entitled to the usual second term. I believe in the fairness of the voters and I am willing to take my chain OS on their Intelligence and sense of justice, ond let them say whether or not i will remain m odeee another term. If re-nominated and re-elected, I wish to assure every citizen that I will continue to honestly and faithfully perform the duties of tin- otlice. Yours very truly, A.TH.Y L1TAS. Cloverland Milk is produced un dcr iae.il con ditions. You get clean and healthful milk from AdjRV Co. CLOVERLAND DAIRY GO. LAURIUM, Phone 854, MICH. CHAS, SALOTT!. Proprietor. I'm the man that took the sick out 1 i "TV ! i 11 i Z R. Johling, D. G. The Chiroprsctor. Oth Rt. Phone 6S!-J. Calumst of Baking Cakes 1 Baking Powder It is double acting and sustains the raise. You can open and close the oven door, turn the tin around in the oven or do anything else necessary, without any danger of making the cake fall. Try your favorite cake next time with K C Baking Powder and pee how much higher it will rise. Mak- it just an you always do, with the Hame quantity of l,akmg powder. While K C is leas expensive than the old fash ioned baking fKJwdr, it has even greater leavening (Strength and it is guaranteed pure and healthful. can and be convinced ADVERTISEMENT FRESH PRODUCTS OF the farm are received at THIS Market daily. We handle everything that an up-to-date Market should carry. You can always depend on getting fresh butter, eggs and poultry, as wall as the best Meats the market affords. If you are not alrSady one of our satis fied customers, maks up your mind this Hay to give ut trial. ooooooooooooooo o ADVERTISE o IN THE NIW8 0000000000 i 0 0 0 0 0