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FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE EIGHT In to Mi th REFRIGERATORS ttjMttK ' ' HEALTfl and COMFORT, (Jood hVn m.mtor 'm Saving o Pood Supplies and Rconomy In let Will Save lt Coal in a Short nine. We have than In all lis fcow $11.00 to S40.00. ALASKA ICE CREAM FREEZERS The up-to-date hreecera Makes Hit? Most IVlicious Cmua witn the Minimum of Labor 2 Qta. to 19 Qta, A FULL SUPPLY OF HOT WEATHER GOODS. AN IMPRESSIVE ADDRESS GIVEN BY DR. CORSON Declares Public School Greatest Institution in the Nation CARLTON HARDWARE CO. 400 FIFTH STREET. XMratft'Srjuwivwan PHONE 164. Tho li. i pMtllhl m. h..'l BgStSSI .l Aini: .i rsneessnlg IBS BStlOO'S greatest him it ut ion. in ths sanUc mii.M.is w(- Bad solute equality f eslneattnnsl n poTtUnil) Ki ilollar put into p u ItlU itlon adds mom t" Um veins . propyl t n nnwimlty Taa standard of mow la in Um pu lie aehoola if bigtse' than voi' EXCITING AND SENSATIONAL I Theater Beautiful iiif seeiructlve cfiOci f the public aehoola bavs n'tf mrnihh- . .i t s t i 1 1 1 . 1 1 to upgort thstf lent ion. Th. ;.' i tea Brach dsslrnetlvs rrltl bun, polltlce and i t Union in t lit- n ilio hi hoola. TWO NIGHTS HTS Commencing Yi-si, SATURDAY, JUI1 &J A THREE REEL THRILLER Dverydas leeching InatUla rev erence for HUthOrtty si txl obedience to l ha law. Tha iiiii' n of noma aad school ran bring aboul ths right Mad of dl :..!ini-. i aopa the day arftl coaaa arhea i. i iter a arill be mora liberally rewarded lor I heir pan i aa WANT ED sy dilate Liipi .. .. THE SEE a Dti-jc: ra S.j.y of Intel m an I Gri,$ fcltuat cna Tl o Tataoraah O" cr. ;n u:i Oseretlan, Til s Tho Bum ng Ottt of the Wi-ei, 'Tiio Rs;i .t,c Ra.lroid atal Ml. Tha Hair.Rnitiny Esrar on a High-SgSSd Engine The Thritiirta; Chaaa Between Two Qiganttc xrr.ss En gine Going ai. . Mile-a-Minute CI p. on to cjr regular show act DstSstiva Feali.re sho-.vn making an 8-REEL PROGRAM-8 A DOUBLE TOSE OF ENTERTAINMENT FOR ONE PRICE 10c SATURDAY a SUNDAY - MATINEE S NIGHT tin irts and Edward Ulseth GENERAL CONTRACTOR Dealer in nil kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL. COAL & WOOD CALUMET Phont 7. - YARDS AT -COPPER CiTY Phone 36. HANCOCK Phone 122. State Sa v i n gs Ba n k LAURU A. MICHIGAN Statement of Condition, March 4, 1014 RESOURCES. Loans and Discount $ 646,0?8 8onds, Mortjgts ;oid Secant.es 192,612 34 Banking Hou&e and Fixtures 37,500 00 Other Real Estate 8,236 36 Overdrafts 1,124 85 Dun from Bans und Bankers 193,659 23 Cash on Hand 59,632 ?2 Tetal LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, iNetl Due to Banxs Commercial Deposits Savings Deposits $1,133,793 81 $ 100,000 00 100.000 00 33.739 10 . 4,369 SI . . .$467,070 90 . . . 433,614 03 900,684 93 Total $1,118,793 84 mprai e meaenga to I the i ' tlumai aigt them a Kb hope, and adi unl I inj them thai only by ait i : i orb i .in thoj attain atC" Dr. o. r. Coraon( eaauparintan ..... . ;i a 1 1. a : i lino, hurt . ; ,). , . nmcni amonl ad i n m at the Calaatel 1 1 1 o .. Tba i ub ... :.: tiiacoama raas "la tba i . fbllureT" i .. . ..i::. red tba theory thai ;; . i ihlic : h oi la dtonal tallnre . . . raped i bia InaUtuttnn aa I ha st in the nation. 11 i ild u trt I,, .. ... tbr -r .ti ..ut . tba toacbaraand he i tidld puMU .- ; i i i : aaan ot Calumet, by mean of which an ada athra tvaa obtained ; rh;,t iba ,, luate never arill i able to repay. Tba public aehoola, ba declared, are aa inatttation In which abeolvte equality ot adneattaaal opportunltlaa tor ad icatl tn are provided aad In tin- s.iim' i ublli s boobi tin. rlahta of . hild an i urefull) conaervad, Lab i . in ' boaeible aad paiiisananl i ralnlni r n eel for authority l iwiit.x of otban, in part, I I 'oraon said ; Tin. public aebeol la tin- foandatkm rf natural life, i alwaya daarn it i happy privilege to i' present on thaea rtccaaini . C( nuaenceaaent paaaaa Mora tbaai uther eeat that coiaa btto a coaMBunitp, You have beard tba a Tbaah ;oii for thf frea Am- erican pubUc a i I.' Bui thut i. bat) ..n tribute. You can always j 1 1 iIk' the Braatneaa of th- Inatitutlon thai aaevea taa people ba two w.is. Tin- public K in ,i i- tho aaaat raai vaaam the world bai at r kaowat, "Certain tadlvidaala deaounoa tba A4Berican public eel i baeaaaa they are Ignorant of the aehooL no has even endeavored to publish a treat lee on The Curse "f Education.' Hs has mentioned tba public si hoola have coat .mis. and millions, and all hi . . n i ha a wasted, "Thro nt vi r w;is a dollar put into public adttCattOn that didn't add mure to the value f property In a ooeasaun it where aucb public aehoola exist Monty )iit Into tilmation is a Kit-at Inveataneat, Intelllgeaoe :mi Moral ity art' two thiriKS an asst'Ssor iiniiot put lato property and when you take tbeee away, Um property hi ralueleea. T.ikt- nut th aehoola :ini every one win s n i.is property, if h- em llnd buyer. But be couldn't soil it. ie cause no man would hny It. It la absurd to s;v 'hut money fptnt for j.nt iii education is wealed. Good Moral Training. ''Ph.. critics also have smi.i thai ln dividuallty is atterty destroyed la the UpbllC sc! Is. Think of what the public aehoola i' Tbs glortons work it is doini fee oar boys and kIHs. it Makes them free. American CttiSSaal. it ia mouhiinx sjreal ettbssnaadnv You else have haaard erltlcIsM of the moral training in 'he public a I is. The spirit of moral training asssiaajsssiaastaaaessr werM eaaeaeoa 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET, MICHIGAN. capital Paid in $150,000.00 Surplus nod Und.vidsd Profits 2a0.000.00 Liability of Stockholders 150.000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits. The LARGE CAPITAL ana" SURPLUS of MlM BNK and the LONG EXPERIENCE of ita OFFICERS In CONDUCTING the BUSINESS cf BANKING should make it a SAFE DEPOSITORY for part of your EARNINGS. Charles Br grjs. President. Peter Ruppe. V.ce Prs t. J- E. Shepard, Ast Cashier. W. B. Andaraon, V,c Pr.s t ana Mgr. Stephen Paull. Cashier. ha7 . M This Will Introduce R, nolds the Meat Man. Each week he will give you talks on meat huy ng and where to aecure tho best quality for the loaat money. It vill be to your in terest not to mils single ad. Follow them closely, a different one appears each week. aa Mii:ini.n.isiggM j ai in our public school Is higher th.m , v.'i befort Ws agpe i lb aaasa aland aid of Morale in the teacher aa in the preseafcsi or minister These deetruct ive attUss neer furntab tSStasaaaay with Which tiny inn make ko,I th. n assijrtlona. Some .f thia eiitltiam 111. t'loni Mils ajds of tbs w.iter. too. and Dr. MIot haa ounlc one of the most cauatlc qHUcmms ot the pabHc aebeela Hat he haa mtxlidetl his statement to mean that the puhlic aehoola have Mssaaused up to the bigbsM speetn tiona. "There ia too much daStraattSS erlt i. bMS, too much politics and too much religion in education. I BSltSVS that iniMinsndsttaTf auggestloa win aoon dlaplacc this critic lam. The day is cesn lag when the dsatructlva erltlolBM will In- torn down. ' The most sncn ,1 InstltSttlta i the home and nothing can take place. N' i v ou must admit every home never measured up to the greatest possibili ties. The public schools, therefore, la the mU:htieat force for moral uplift ihc world haa ever known "K el -day teut hint; imbues the boy and girl wiih reverence for authority ami ebedleaee t the iav. This ought find a pMee IS Sen mans heart." Schools Teach Discipline. Referring te daaelpllae, the speaker aid: "What would happen to YoOUg Am- erloa H It were not for the public school? If ever you ace a child who baa not learned the leeaoa of home obedience, sympathize with the child. in the public schools he is trained to it spe. t bosse aathorlt) and home dis rlpline. How often is a child forced to o to aehool by his parents who tell the superintendent they cannot do a tiling with the Child? WS take the child, place him in the school and in tWO months, the same parents COM0 ba k to criticize the school. I think it may be jealousy on their part lot ihe Pttle nrimatv teacher accomplishes wbai the iiateiita failed tO do, The! union of the home and the BChool can bring about the rljtht kind of diaii jdine. ' The purpose of edUCStlOS ia tlisoi pllne, The one gSSal anxiety is to help fathers and mothers and yog can help the schools. It is not the bUBlnSSS i tbs aehoola to take dbwlpllns nut of a child but P ia the business el th" s.honl iii diiert the natures of the . hlld In tbs proper time. A child ia taught to re egtOt the authority and rules of t he a baof, I here the day will COMS when the t. h her wii ibe more liberally reward ed. BUI Von can't tay for the sort oT t bing i he t acber gat - "Another fundamental thing the i hosla aide is eMtggssddav W taachee boys and cirls to K to work ant! earn i. This Ik the only way to win sit -. , M, There is no such thlnn as luck any more. There may bS an SJICep t ion. a man may rise without effort, but ho trill up down the fame way. You can't name I successful man or wo man who hasn't earned it by ths hard est application. The hoola t". are doing every thing In the world to make childhood happy. There never has been or will be happtnesa In klieneee. The doctrine of oil time, hard work will prevail. Dont think because the school ia et- tini? happier thai n hi getting saatsr. Hard Work That Counts. "These JrOUng people ISSUPjM will re- celvs aeMathlng they sssjht t srlss B diploma. If. when it is hinded to the individual, he can look back and say: "I have put forth the best op portunity in me." then the diploma is worth something. If otherwise, the diploma is la. klnjr in meanini;. You muat be tattgM t respect la bor, whether by brain, hands or both. It is natural ability thnt counts. Yon must depend upon yourselves nnd make use of what you have. Success Is live gaff cent ability and N per cent h ud emrit This is the important in- grv"ent to BSwCaas, I want to congratulate tins iik.ss itv mi two thlnare. They had the Ktit to stick until they tlnish . .1. I know none w ho are sorry for sticking to it: I have never heard anyone say they were aotry they know mi nun h r wished thnt they had been more IgTMarant, The one regret of many ia that tiny never had the chance to vet much seltoollng or that they never eraaped the opportuntly, a -n it ChSnee ia offered throuuh the untry at preoent with the opening of night aehoola I congratulate the oommuhlty for keeping the hoys and Rirla in SCl I: let them Know you believe in it and Ithomrh roa have not bad ibe oppor- tunltS io I OBgratlllSH these students tonlsht whenever you meet them shake them by the hand and encour age them. The lathers and mothers hould be congratulated more than myone else for keeping iheir children i here. The community is taxes to tne utmoet to put th. students in echool, taxed loan amount lhat you never will be abb t. repay. Bui they don't want the money repaid, They have a i mbi i,, expect, however, that you know something and that roa concentre your power to do something. wUSe this power U once. let up to- morroar morntna and h aomethlng that a ill help your lather, your m it- or anyone. Do eOBBSthtng, even if it is only to et out of bed when yoi iii . a lied'' Mr. Corson Is an able talker, thor oughly aonvsrssni with the eubjscl and his dlecourae convinced his audit ors that ihe crltlctSM of the ABBSti can public s 1 hool is unjust 'I'll, class, conalatlnai of l-'S students were seated in terraced rows, tom-j pletely piling the stags as they man heil tO l lit 1 1 seats, the attdlonoa grsstsd each coIums with apptauat and SS lbs entire class stood, imtne dlOtl ly before the exercises beuaii. pro longed applause fotOWOd, The lnvocal(ion was delivered by Rat 1 1 i Btalker af taa Plrai Pi i byterlan church aad Sujit. B. J, Jiaii then Introduced the speaker. At the conclusion of the nddresB, Miss Mll ilrld Komsdahl rendered two delight- mi sslsa fesSaetloas by tas C. m. or hestrs were r tvsd with applause. Bupt Hall pies, riled the dtpMMSI to t he i lass. ' 9,456 CHILDREN OF SCHOOL AGE Census for Calumet Township Shows Slight Decrease Plgares just compiled by tlc aebsel asgaaa ansaaatatsrs f Bcbaol Dlstrlcta . i and of Dalssael townablp, ansa ;, gimaei daring tba ssst ysaf la tba ..nine district ..f approxlMsreri IM eblldrea Tba Bgurea are asri eatlnK aa they provide a haala upon ahb h tbs ds tot m in population Is the Calumet district during ths re eal tribe msj be sMlsaatsd, The iguree b (libtricta are as follows: Boya Oirla. Total, lilt Xo. t 3.0M1 ,T?1 " X,,. 1.001 I.1SI 2.104 2.16H Thai there was not a blggat dt" rSSSS shown in the csusu Bgurea is aurpria- in; to most resldenis of CalSSnat. who recall ths general exodus from this dls trlrd shortly after ths besjtnntng of th-1 strike. It indicat.a thai MfgS MS- y rrty of those whs f i the district pt tit.it time base returned to eontlnps tl t-ir it sidence here. School satbort- ilaa aaeirl thnt iwtwlthatandlng lbs decisnae In ths number af children of ; , i.o, i age m the sWstrhrt, there has keen an Ineraaaed attendance ba the aebjoeia throughout ths past yssr, aa indiv atton thai the hool is renchbu create: psfesntssjs of those eligible to attt lid. it also was noted by the census aauMoratsra thai Ihe greatest losses during ths spat .'.car were of those be- twssn atatsen and twenty yeara af age, Mnnj of whom had not bttsadsd achool for sevt ra years, i he dot rsasp sinong hlldren below sixteen ysnrs ol wus ran assail, The Bfaateel losses were shown In the outlying districts, in the aaore eentral sUstricta there wis alight 1S eresse, In Diatrict Mo, 1 Ihe biggeel tlecreasea were iii Florida location and parta.of Lauiiuaa, while i.i Dtatrl I Mo l( there waa big decrease Ita Cos ten nial iieiKiit-; with increnssa in Copper Pltj ami Yt ivefiae. The railing off in the school i nsu ; n mean I proportionate loss Of pri mary school money tor Culuract town ablp thia year. There is little qjueatl n ... wever, but I hat a m od ba rease wBi h sh um dura r the casnlnn year ss thi Indus of new rami! lea Into the ii. M b i la verj mai I od, Additionsl Lo-.-3i Ntwi on Pagea 1-6. AT'l'l 'N'TIi X K. Of1 C. All mt .nb. rs of Csluaaal Council, Knighta of Columbua are rsoueeted to meet at the Bacred rleart chapel a! ?:M a. m. Sunday, June II, to act as a guard f honor for Rev. i v. MoArroa, who will celebrate hut Ural ssssa ai 7:4.ri ami you are rciit sled lo meet a ain at is: ir. to ad aa a BPnta el honor for Rev, Pr. Leary, who will Cel ebeate hla Rrsi mass at li:M, Advertisement-"" CSasMlttSa ST. ANTHONY COURT MO. Ted xi ftV BA ah nsenabera are reauootod to meet at the Sore! ll.ari Chapel at 7 : 'i0 Sad 10:15 o'clock Sunday nmrnlnK. June L'l to act as gUSTd "f honor for the newly sfdalned prieats, I'rs. Leary and ifaCarron. L d Biertng, Res. Becy. Advert merit 20 SPECIAL POCKET KNIFE SALE NOW ON ( We have just put on s.ilo 60 do. Shuredge Pocket Knives, and whether you require a pen Knife, Pocket Knife or Stock Knife makes no difference wo have them all, in a variety of ctylcs and patterns that will surely please you. Regular pnes of thsSS l.nives runs all tho vay from 75c, 1 1 00 to S1.25. We !i..ve put them on for this sale at the VliRY SPECIAL PRICE OF .Q. Come unci make your selection while the stock ,S CO riolnto. KEGKQNEN HARDWARE CO. t &TH STR.. CALUMET. V Rsc?d3 TtTTT Inattre with ft". Detroit l ife AiP--" Do It Now Come m today and let us show you where you save money by our Club Pl.-n of buying a high ;jr-ide watch. Tal-e advantage of thia oppor tunity for tho Cleb Offer is for limited timo only. The SMS offers you a High Grode Watch on easy payments at Rock Bottom Prices. Wear tho watch whilo you pay. Hundreds of cases to choose from. Move ment as well as the case is hacked by our personal guaran tee as wed as the maker. If you can't come in, write to us about it. WARREN JEWELRY CO. FIFTH ST. CALUMET ELGINEERS. 35 WE CAN SAVE YOU ON- OXFORDS Wo have in stock 60 PAIR of OXFORDS, in Llack nrul I Blucher and B.. '.oncd, in new laslj. ro.jjiar 4XQ salusa whilo they Iset 2.60 0:ir ic si C---) and MX0 v.-' 1.95 All Boston ian Oxfords at a discount of 20 The Boston Store LAURIUM. ACTIVE CONDITIONS in the lumber trade are mi t mail wlini we wish. How ever, be your lumber wanti or little, we are ever anxiouH i suii j on i nice- c tv, and the contractors, builders, bouse ownow and ..... ... ut, iva will It'll vou that good gradefl a1 popular j prices is tli' rule at ourt yards. May we iiie you I Armstrong-Thiclman Lumber Co HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK J Is tnere anytning anoui your ss Fire Insurance S Policy YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND? Do you want information or ad vice? Call us up, we will be glad to gie thu matter our prompt attention. 8ervice ia our hobby. Faucett Bros. 6c Guck THE RECORD FOU ENJOYABLE OUTINGS GOES TO DANCING REFRESHMENTS BASKET PICNICS. KEWEENAW CENTRAL Crestview trains leave Calumat Sunday 8:15 A. M 1:20 P. M. 7:00 P. M. If you woidd know the full meaning of lifo spend I day m Keweenaw. Safeguard the Health of your Fam ily by having us supply you with our MILK. Let us put a bottle on your door step today. Cloverland Dairy Co. Our milk ia also for sale at QUELLO'S MARKET. Calumet: SIMON LEFEVRE, Launum. We carry a suberb stock of cortees and Vac Coffao now on display. I has a world-wide reputation for fine aroma. Try Richelieu or Vac coKec For utmost satisfaction in MEATS and PROVISIONS Things good to aal try You Save the expenoe of expensive delivery sys tem by sending for your meats. Now that vrc.ition timo is hero your hil gSn will I. five plenty of timo to go for your meals. A child can shop at this market. Wo hive everything you need fcr yeur Sunday dmrer. Meats, Vegetables and Fruits. gS9 Quello's Market