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MONDAY, MAY 11. 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWi '
page rrvy
Rev. G. W. Broome Pays Tribute to
Mothers of Sturdy Qopperdotn Sons
Men with goo mothjr have
nevr been given to the disorders
of the pt. nd "ever will partici
pate m any m ths future. Yea,
tnev have been the savior of the
copper country, and all such sons
always will be on the right side of
every question." Rev. 0. W.
Broome, pastor of First Baptist
church.
I i, is sermon hint waning on the
,mI 1.,i -our f adWr," Rv,
u Broom, piatN "I IBS I'lrsl Hapti I
ii i ri i m i" not hoi bon I
p..M. rall. anil purl U u lurly tin- miiih
,, n i In- si only kwih of tin- POgpaff
country who lost ssicn a. jetsrsaiasd.
Diana for law ami gftjsg during th.
,mg Industrial Btrggsjla in this district.
Mi itrnopie's dlscottrs was RpproprN
i,i "IfotlMf Day," an, I it closely
held ih' attantlan 't a- large oorurraga-
lion. Rt- Mok us follows:
H id.- mrnrH wum lout thru iy woman.
ph will as n factor in hhvIiik It. Mm
noda fUtttTC so.o-ty in her bands;
holds the key to teVCfc soul in her
household and she slumps eu h t h:i -a
i.r with her own. It has heen said.
Like mother, lik son." M the hImv-
Have Your Suit
Fresh and Neat
No light suit looks well
if soiled. Get us on the
phone and have our man
call for yours.
We clean by modern
methods, putting new
lite into the garments.
Our prices are reasonable
and our work unexc elled
COLUMBIA LAUNDRY &
DYF. WORKS.
PHONE ISO LAURIUM
Burbank" your
" take pride in my garden. It is one of my
A greatest pleasures." These are the words
we often hear from the true lover of flowers - the amount of pride
and pleasure depending entirely upon how much the garden differs
from the "ordinary garden variety."
When vou plant this Spring, "Bur
bank" your garden -make it differ
ent. The wonderful creations of the
great Luther Burbank in your gar
den will make it different.
Call in today and look over our orig
inal Luthur Burbank seeds. Ours
is the only store in Laurium that en
joys the privilege of selling them to
you, as we are the exclusive repre
sentatives of The Luther Burbank
Company, San Francisco, the sole
With every $1.00 purchase we will give you a
copy of "The Culture of Flowers, Fruits and Veg
etables" written by Luther Burbank himself.
This Seal Guarantees an Original Bur bank Production.
J. Vivian Jr. & Co.
HECLA STREET, LAURIUM
nine kings t IVan.e. hut three were
Ha- gaslialluw ,,i the Kreiu-h t pi..
and thMI thni. hud ChffcBNllkS BsTlh
is who i-ul-cl theit wins with love
N'i-io moth.-c was a muidei.-ss; i an
it he wondi-ie.l i hat gs thirsted for
MgOg? Vesi..ys iii,,ti,,.- Wiis tip
mother of inetholiKin. S-e ih- gfagf
mothers who havi- trained our resi
ilents; l.lnioln's confession was, "Ail
thai I am I ..we to my nu t luT." I'.al
lleld's nil. nd- tu ),is mother Rsl In
MsVtafl hr with him at inauguration.
She is the dlvialt) of our int'nn. th-
neornlng ami svanlai siar .f aur youth
and tin- H.-av.-nly spirit ..f our life an l
hofjit),
There Is a ei-nd hamli-d down I'n.in
inMhol..uy of a nothar by the name of
PodlBfM and 1 1 i- two sous. I'leohiH and
lliton. one BftOrniag Codlgga u anted
t" I" the t'lillde to Worship he'-
heathen Rod and gar sons made rea-ly
the , hariot and the uxi-n COgM not he
found, s., th.-v yoked themselves and
stalled with their mot Iff t.i the tem
ple amid the Jeers and scoffs of the
CrOWded Streets; heedless of all. hut
oboyini their precious mother, the
fOTgad alu-.iil tu the tetnple. The moth
er aakad the Oodaaa I'm bor cholcasi
Kill for the hoys, and though strange,
and sad the tale seems to ns they were
made to full asleep in death in the
temple. -,- she said. "What could
lie Letter than that the bOgg ilo)K
tin-. i earth!) life while showing such
devotion to their mother and rever
ence t. the mi.ls." And ma the devote!
lads died and left behind them for ft' I
boyi to see. a M1 act ..f tender love
to their mother.
Love like this must have bOOfl
Known of they could not haw written
this Story, Mow often our t'hristian
boys forgot the honor due their moth
er; she has to trudge t. i lnin Ii BloUC
and man) linns lias t.. stay away from
the pho e dealest t.i her In-all l sail--
fy tin- temporal desires of her boys 11
home and miss the services that are
fond to h i heart. Boys we had bflttOT
disappoint ourselves rather I ban trou
ble mother and lei bei have ..lie disap
pointment on our account.
There is nothing more beautiful in
the lite of our Lord Jesus, the S"li ..I'
Cud. Alio went down t Nazareth an I
was sUbjOOl to his mother and JosJOpll.
In th.- clusint; hour of his life he
showed forth 'he true spirit of all loy
al sons i showing his tender sympa
thy ami maJrinj provision for lot- re
clining years with the beloved Apostle
John.
Are we Christian hoys?
it is one ,.f tin- deepest disgraces
that .an come to an child 'hat tiny
are thoughtless of i in n mother's com'
fort, or ashamed to lei it be known
'that they think the WOTld of th.-H
111.. I hers "
There a time when mother is moro
than all else in out lives. Mother.!
name is our childhood "talisman." She
is ..in refuge ami safeguard ami Rr.si
in our affection, she watches out
helpless infancy, anticipates every
chlldflah t.-at, humors ever) childish
fancy, smooths all transient sorrows,
sinus sweet lullahys, and when pain
and sickness prays upon us there is
medicine in her Kiss and hpallSJSJ In
her prayers.
W hen we leave home and lame I:
out up. ii the world, who watches DOT
adventure like mother' When gg
si sd she rejol ea, when prosperity,
lame ami virtue have crowned as, h-
heart is made gtgg, When through
our erriiiK we forsake (rod and gO iu
i he vv.iv of mIu. no mallei how we have
been srasdMned b) our seatthlssonse
and Ingratitude, ami Atsgvaoodi she
lag eg uh still ami not him; can breuU
the spell.
What wonderful mottiels Ameri'-'.
has had In tlie BStOt? They hae man.
America peerless amunu the nations of
the world. The great men r past ami
present have not forgotten their trot
though! of I'hrist. the Savior, learned
at mother's kass The foundatksaa of
ralth ate laid in the aagctlt) r do
meatic purity, How our piety Ins
nestled between the shelter of two
truths, the snnctlt) ot the hOSUS an.l
th.- House of Ood. Queen Vlctorls rose
hlgheel in the Bngllah nation and
world, wh.-n she as a mothei. led her
children from the altar in tin- bosns I i
the altar in the chllPCh Of I'lnist. Whut
t'alumel aeesta la sueb sa notified
psot her hood, thai will make her sons
Kood and K eat Men with su h moth
ers ususll) stand for law ami order.
The suns of SUCh mothers Inn.- never
i n given t. the disorders of the past,
and never will participate in Ott) ii
the future. Yea. they have heen the
saviors of the copper country, and ill
such sons alw.-ivs will be on the right
side of every question.
Mothers, you want fame' Bring
that immortal PTOCloUS SOUl with such
a wonderful lot of possibilities in
Clod's altar and In harmony with ih
will of Christ, fom i Hi' s an not
comsaonplaoSi but ameng the greans
in the nation and world. No work is
so nobis and worth) of the beat pow
ers that lie within you as our own
hiid's development an, i training, This
work should not i.e given to a hfretin.
Mid we Ottghl t" ' ashamed of out
selves to plaCS their destinies in th
hands of others.
Can we pay what we owe to aur
precious mothers? When we left home,
ii was mother who nave the lasl far -well,
it was mother who said "M1
prayers will follow von until you Rud
i'hrist as your so v lor;" ami night aft-
i r Bight her pillow was wet with tea's
that we knew nothing of until he
fait h was I ew a r. d
May io( help us to he kind to thel'
mothers while mjm have them, it 1b n..t
long from childhoi.il to youth 00 ll
vouth to manhood and womanhood
and the time is short at the loiiKest to
show them our appreciation ami we
think you will have to leave earth ami
its scenes to Bad such loinpany as
these Qodl) mothers make. Lei in.
then, enjoy their blessed presence
while we can, an, then follow them
from earth to heaven b) confoselnit
their Christ before men who has been
mother's savior from sin, guide In her
path of life and COmfort when all el-te
tailed. This would make her heart re
joice and show her your true love.
Ma) we add the words of Macanly:
"Children look n those eyea listen to
that dear voice, notice the feeling M a
single touch of her senile band, make
the most of it. while von have tie-
tm.st precious .f all earthh gifts, A
loving mother."
nwKi'itvii.u-: Lovelace Wright,
who fell on a cement sidewalk
ami sustained a hn.Ken arm a month
age is dead from pleurisy.
had ax IV The building occupied
by the Idle HOUr theater here is to he
torn down and a new theater erected.
garden
distributors of original Burbank hor
ticular productions.
The cost of original Luthur Burbank
seeds is no more than what you
have to pay for seeds of good quali
ty. Look over the varieties we car
ry. You will find just the flowers
you want for your garden -flowers
rare in coloring, in size and form
a show garden, one that will be a
continuous joy to you throughout
the Spring and Summer.
( (f r$t 1
Laurium Department
SPRING FINDS HOUSES
IN LAURIUM AT PREMIUM
DEMAND FOR TENEMENTS INDI
CATES ACTIVITY IN REALTY
TRANSACTIONS.
With the rSgSgSBStlofl of industrial
pance in i he . upper eouDiry, Lnnrtum
.an ..1 the hist towns in the 1 i s -trlt-t
In which conditions readjusted
tiainsehes and today linils the kQWtl
more piovperouH than ut anv turn- in
the past decade. Bvldence .r this is
oh t slued from the demand for h.ius.s.
tenements sa well sa business Mocks
ami rsSldmtlSg "le as BCaseS as the
proverbial inn's tooth. Real estate
dealers are sanRUine over the pros
pects of tin- village and tin v prsdll I :
building hoom in the uexj year or
two.
Practically svery business hiock on
Heels street and Lake l.mcen avenue.
regardless of Its dimensions, i- u
pied ami a half-do.en ROU enterpriaeM
will he Qgemed iu tbs nexi ton days.
The Charrler building on Heels street..
formerly occupied by tbs Flntayson
store, will he souupled shortl) by .i
furniture cosapnny ami a grooers
store will oocup) 'he vscanl structure
adjoining tin- Peninsula Heating &
Plumbing eosapany's store on Heels
street. The x'ivian building, formerly
tin- poatodloe, will be occupied short-
l.v by a live and ten-r.-nt stOTI aid
the Strand bUttdttlg it Second and
Heels street soon win in- occupied b
a grocery, in addition to these
chnnges, Lake Linden avenue will tie
the seem- of mnr.' activity and con
tracts for several new blllMtllgS have
i.een i. i recently.
FALSE ALARM IN FLORIDA.
The LnurlUm ATS department re-
s ponded to a false sis rm from bog o at
the carbarns this morning.
KILLING THE HOOKWORM.
Pest
Being Eradicated
the
Southern States.
in sloven Southern Btutea the cam
paign f"t' the eradication "i hookworm
is- being conducted along, the most eg
areeslws lines, i-'or the quarter ended
Sept. g, 10L5 13:1,12.'. lalcroeCOpiC ex
aminations were made for hookworm.
This paraeits f the human body Is
bloodsucker and does much injury to
the Intestinal lining, where in adult
Ufa he makes his abode for six to ten
years unless dislodged by thymol
treatment, During the three months
le7 persons have I. .111 Heated I'm
the disease.
if this number 4ht persons erere
reported by physicians and S9,224 per
sons erase treated in free dispensaries
conducted by the health departments
1. 1' the Stale and cunt, in Alabama,
Arkansas. Qeocgla, Kentucky, Lou
isiana, Mississippi, N'oith Carolina,
Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, in
these eleven stales there ale lll-.'
COUntlee, of which 4 1 7 have made ih-!i1
appropriations lo aid in dcfraylnH the
expenses- fur the I fee examinatinii and
treatment, 'Tin- srorh is very popular
and it is usual for a lillli t.i a third of
the entire papulation of a i ottntv to be
examined t, ascertain if Infection ex
ists, in Kee county, Virginia, roil
persons were recently examined and 'n
several COUntleS OVSf MM persons
have been examined,
In everv coitniy where this work is
conducted infe lion and sanitary sur
vevs are made ..u a uniform basla BO
thai the health a u I hot it i.s m.i' km.vv
just what problems confront them By
making comparisons with future sur
veys the prog rem being made tan M
ascett. lined. A p u-. xima tely le,Mf
has been spent during the past three
months by the local agencies for the
extension of this work. The Rocke
feller sanitary commission, with head
(matters at Washington, is lending
liberal support to the work.
in addition to getting the Infected
people treated tin sanitary ami in
feCtlon surveys made; conducting. CX
tensive count) campaigns through the
use of lectures, the printed page, and
the free dlspenaarj demonstration
work: enlletlng the press, etc.. much
progreos is being made m getting san
itary closets installed as a means t"
stopping soil pollution ami ultlmatel.v
controlHng the chanenl through which
hookworm dlseesi and typhoid fever
spread.
NOTES ABOUT WOMEN.
Kllen Terry, wlm is i vears young,
has just left on h lecturing tour In
Australia and New .aland.
Pai msg ByU'a, the Queen or Ru
mania, has been elected a member of
the Royal Boclet of Literature of
Rng la ml.
Mine. Mel hO, wh.. Is now in LpUdon,
said of her receni American lour:
"Perhaps my happiest moment erox
that of BtfiVing m evv V..k Sttd
llndlng out hoe much people loved
get
There has JttSl heen advertised ft "
sale in a London paper iji n 'ic
lotia's Smile; tin- DUt) photo extant
of her late gsajest) BinlWlgjfl an ri
gulalte and unioue heirloom (rnh
inet I
There will be puldished shoillv a
vv.m. in's accounl of a small holding
In CgfSMm, 'Th. author is Ml
ntafglaa Btnnie-t'lark, who bought
and ran su. h a bidding BO her BWS
a nint near Port Que Appefie, am!
had to wrestle uith a full share ..1
the difficult lew which beset the stone 1
former on
minion. It
i sm.ii
will I-
scale u the
.1.
. SllOd -W'he.l!
ind
N oman. "
A new novel
i,v Mrs. Humphre
anl is tn sppc " '" 'h sutumn.
RAO am Mn gf alter Rapaota M
a pioneer, g I found dead in Led at
the ounty borne Henri dhnmas ggi
the ' a Use.
BALL GAME IS POSTPONED.
Cold Weather Prevents Contest With
Lake Linden Hustlers.
The QpSn eg of the hasehall neas..n
which was s, hedUled to lake place iu
the. 4lrl inir park yesterday afternoon
between the Laurium Independents
and the Lake Linden Hustlers, was
postpone. I eWUtg lo 'old Weather. Dga
spite I he fait that the ni'i. urv re
ssalned gear the bottom of the mite.
a hundred faaSJ braved the Bgei and
irrang to tin- bleachers f.r an hour, ao
Hetpntlng that tin- gams IrouM bo
lilayed in ggy event, Their disap
pointment, ut that, w is keen.
MPerts to orgsnbta a cesgsty hwgur
have heen futile and Inns will giaVe 10
tie content with the independent ar
ticle. Pre motets hoi in view a p..rt-axe-Torch
Lai e-i '.ilutnet . ircnit, but
only two teams eouM be nisterod The
Laurluja ami LaAte Uaden teams mfs
pig their POStfMmed name on May 14.
SIGN CONTRACTS TUESDAY.
The village Council will meet tomor
row evening with Contractors Chatel
K Vgiro and Paul I'. Itoehm for the
purpose of signing contracts ami con
cluding Other details pf.-l i m i na rl v t..
beginning contrails on municipal
work. The eoiuieil has made ItO alter
ations in the town hall plans and WOTh
by the contractors nkeiv win begin
this Week. The BtrOOl Work O'hlch Wlfl
he undertakes by Paul Roehm, w-iii i.
discussed and a limit of this Pontmci
Will be determined at i , .morrow's
meet in'.
GIRLS IN BAD HEALTH
Hundreds of girls u. to work day af
ter ggy, afflicted with gosse allmenl
peculiar to then- m-( dragging one
foot wearllv after the other, working
always with one aye on the clock ami
wishing for closing time to come,
Rvery such gtrl should rely on Lydla
K. Plakham's Vegetable Compound t.
restore her to a normal healthy condi
tion, then work win be a pleasure, Pot
fort) years this hamous toot and herb
medicine lias been pi e - ein i I leu 1 1 v BUC-
cessful it. controlling the disease ni
women. 'h don'l you try it Ad
vertisement AMUSEMENTS.
R
0 Y A
L
THEATER
Next to Post Office.
E.C.Richards, Mgr.
"ALL THAT'S BEST IN PICTURES"
Luhin Two Reel Drama
THE ROOT OF EVIL
PatrioiS Jordon, to raise her family
from poverty and give her weak, se'
fish brother a college education, ma
nee the wealthy Judge March sec thr
picture and learn the story.
THETEACHERY of BRONCHO
BILLY'S PAL
Essanay Western Drama.
Presenting Mr. G. M. Anderson
THE BLIGHT
Patne Drama
AN EASTER LILY
Vitagraph Comedy
COMING TUESDAY MAY 12TH
THE
NAVAJO BLANKET
Kalcm two reel drama
COMING WEDNESDAY AND
THURSDAY
THE THIRD DEGREE
Lubin five reel Masterpiece
Great Universal Program
TONIGHT
J. Warren Kerrigan in a
two part Victor drama
"The Man
P
E
0
P
L
E
8
1 Between"
Rex drama staring Robert
Leonard in
"THE SENATOR'S BILL"
Nesto- melodrama featur
mg Romans Langly
A WOMAN'S WAY"
Imp Comedy
TESTING BILL'S
COURAGE"
And they all got cold fret.
Tomorrow and Wednesday
w.th matmee at 3 P. M.
"Lucille Love,
the Girl of
Mystery"
Second Installment
When You Want Something
Particulary
You can always
wiiemlValf
mm
disapfioint you. i he double raise makes
doubly certain nothing is left to "luck." il th
batter is a litlle thin, K C will raise it light and
leathery and it will be all the bKter. Jo. up tin
stove or turning the pan around maks no dsftef
ence K C sustains the ittise until baked.
When there's a
.
to bake, or refreshments- for reception or p.rty
to provide, take no
AMUSEMENTS.
CALUMET
: THEATER : X
TWO PERFORMANCES EVIHY EVENINQ J iO AND 'i.CO.
MATINEE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 2 30.
TONIGHT
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
NEWSBOYS' SEXTETTE (6)
Singing and
PRATTS'
SPECIAL FEATURE PICTURE TUESDAY
ONLY
A Maze of Mystery
4 R
PICTURES CHANGE MONDAY. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND
SATURDAY.
PRICES:
All down stairs
Balcony
I r row (J
i FAMILY THEATER I
W. L. Foley, Mgr.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
True Irish
Hearts
A special three reel Domino
feature
Helen's Strata
gem Majestic Comedy
The Mexican
Question
One reel of the latest moving
picture on the Mexican situation.
COMING WEDNESDAY MAY 13
The Perils of
Pauline
2 Reels
The Power of
Light
Two reels
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MAY 15TH AND 16TH
The Narcotic
Spectre
2 Reels.
Our Mutual
Girl
Sixth reel
Watch for the story of this very
interesting reel.
SUNDAY MAY 17TH
The Runaway Princess
In three reels
Fatty's Flirtation
A ro.iring Keystone comrdy
An exceptionally strong bill is
that offered today and you
should not miss it 5.000 feet o
up to the minute - pictures for
only 10c ADMISSION.
Daniel Skewes
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
CABINET MAKER.
239 Isle Rovale St.
Laurium.
Nice
depend upon K C not to
biithddV or weddmu cue
v
chances
Use K C
AMUSEMENTS.
Comedy.
EDUCATED DOGS
EELS 4
20 cents
10 cervs
fli YJLl C
Ml AF IP.n, r.THFH. Pn. . nvA, ,r
TONIGHT ONLY
KATHLYN
Sixth Installment
OUT IN THE RAIN
Kalem Comedy
HIS GRANDCHILD
Drama.
BROKEN MELODY
Drama.
NOTE: Hear the Ideal Orchestra play
"Kathlyn Hesitation Waltz." "Tho
Passing of Salome." Oriental Waltz."
COMING TOMORROW
THE LION AND
THE MOUSE
in six parts
Matmee 2:30 and 4 o'clock.
COMING THURSDAY
THE PERILS OF PAULINE
Third Installment
COMING MAY 19-20
THE THIRD DEGREE
In five parts.
We Pay
3c a Pound
For Clean Cotton
Rags
NO SCRAPS
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r
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