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SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PACK FIVE IN THE CHURCHES OF CALUMET AND VICINITY Local Pastor Are Invited to Con tribute to This Department Which W 1 1 1 Appear Each Saturday. All Notices Free of Charge. esntl) appointed ivlury pf It'll cue, will LAurttini m. k. ItiK. H'A . In Um tVMllMI, upper peninsula the Anti-wui..Hi) plflUll ifi the bnfek shsBsBsi aaata uicuire. win preach NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN. "Itaklnf PVsMssv' will be Um theuM ... ii,. v. S. It. Itomsilahl s siinion at ih Norwegian LBUasraa shumg Bag ,h, ti i t iK- In connection Willi this i ! r, nllllllllllilill Will lie S'l I'd Till evening eafvlra which rlH bssjln ui ; ,,,1,11 K, will !(' ill Hit' KmkIIhIi lailKIUIKf, Olson, a theologies! i u i i . h in tin' I'vt'iuni;. , riliur will Bfll CENTENNIAL M. E. "IfesssnsTssa Is Um aVsrtd" will be tin' i basse si j sermon by I, j. I4i i , ii Um CsntsanlsJ M. k. church Sunday iiiurnlnK. The Huhjcrt if t)i sermon win be ' I be Bin l.'.vr." Sumla. si li""l will t;U ami CleMSSS will BBasJ ui r ening agstaal Hint at lilt. Ill CALUMET M. Cnlumst M. B. E. church i.i Silti- ,!,! morn ran, (sraM m. Hudson, .stair secretary of Um BtiehigBB Ant I Bsloon Leajcse of Detroit will grosch. Rev, C i, senses, Um pastor, will preach in Ism ursnlng ss Um ssjsgsd "The Love ,,i the Truth." FIRST CONGREGATIONAL. What anil Where Air Your TlSSB w ui ue ins suDject oi a sermon . i;,- l .ut l. it K. I.tiny at tin- I'irst ungrsgatlaanl ehnrsfc Bundnjt Mom mi. The usual ssrvlces win ho ease lh ted in the I'voninir. GERMAN REFORMED. as, h. QauJ viii o.miui t prssasssnj "rx"" :,i tin- (;'inian Reformed hur, h Buaday aveadag at 7:3n oekMh "I BCS004 will meet at :M, Serv ian hi ha sndueted at Lake Unaoa Bg SWV, yual at n: it, NORWEGIAN-DANISH M. E. The usual Hi'i vh i'M will be OOSducted at Um N'oi wi'L ian-haiiish M. K. hun h Fun day gMrafcag al io:;iu ami evening at t o'stock, gandsy safejeol will meet at 11:45. till FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. George a. Tnnag win preach ai i-'irnt Presbyterlnn oburoh Sunday sva ahag, Rot, i. i. stalker, um pastor, w in smash on Um tv sntng MOHAWK M. E. Joseph Bosom gig j will preset) blahs wk M . K. ehurch Bunduj ii'"-. Haas wih ox will enlns service. U.'V at tin morning nnd conduct the e OSCEOLA M. E. UmIIs Donald will !- in ehgrgs of Um tornlng service al Um fbsnsuls ht, gj, hureh sad Rev, w. ii. Collycotl will preai h in the even Ins. TAMARACK Tin- morniiiK nervh i k Al. K. Church will Thomas Tucker and lrrai h in tin- evening:. M. E. a i Um Taaaar i in ohargc of um Dnnalil will ADDITIONAL LOCAL PROGRAM FOR THE BAND CONCERT SUNDAY NIGHT DIRECTOR CLARENCE H. COOK MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CALUMET. LAURIUM M. E. A. TOUM Of Ann Arln.r. t ALLOUEZ M. ii. If or com win preach M. K. i hun h at l:M school win most at I: Ba. E. It till ami Allouei Bunds SMOTHERING SPELLS Box 36, Norris City. Illinot. 74 Sour Stomach, Heart Burn In October, 1910. wt received ;i hitter from Jfrs Hall, from Which wo make tii. following as trsetst "About twelve Jresn apo my health li Kan to fail. I oouldn't Ml anything Without suffeiinK flbr it. I had In ut hum Kiinr tomsch. Baled- MRS. JAMES A. HALL, tat I on of the heart, BmothiT- bsj spells, pains in my sides and back. In fact, I suffered all over, mid a couRh almost like consump tion. Doctors failed to relieve me; fe fhet, they didn't seem to know that ailed me. I continued to grow until I wai able to wit up only I part of MM time. I had almost lost all hopes of ever being any better. "Hut one day some one threw some hooks In at my door. I read thm ami found them to be Peruna books. "They described my feeling so truly T sent at once and got a bottle sjid began taking it. You pronounced my ailment systemic catarrh, and gave me soma advice. "Win n I had taken two and one half bottles I began to eat without suffering. I continued to improve. "When I had taken sight I was like a new person. That was nine years ap. "I think Teruna the greatest fam ily remedy there is, for so many ail ments are due to catarrhal trouble. I Would advise any one afflicted with Catarrh to take 1'crun a and 1 am suro It will leave." In the Revised "Ills of Life" We hare many similar testimonials which phnuld interest sick people every where, Sent free by the Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio. People who object to liquid medi cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. R. J. CONGREGATIONAL. At i" o'clock, Rav, w. ii. c ott uiii prsnch al the Rod Jai Congregational church, kit BOSTON M. E. Rot. Colly cott win preach Boston m. :. church Sunday i at o o'clock, I the irnoon DENIES CUNNINGHAM WILL GET NEW POSITION. Governor Ferris Declares Labor Com missioner Not Slated for Job. Lansing, Mich., Aug, s. Oof, msrrM Bays nothing OOlng for Labor Commis sioner Cunningham for the $;i,:.nii job as a member of the Stats industrial accident board. Wednesday, upon his arrival here, the gOVSTaOT said he Might have one and in i tial s two ap pointments to uive 0Ut Pin inn the afternoon Labor Commissioner Cun ningham held a OOflferoUCS with I he governor, Before ami alter his depart- me The Tribune was informed by a Democrat close to the executive head to watch out for developments on Cub Bingham. However, the chief , xei li tlve now says there was nothing e hjg and w ill not b . one of his close followers says union lubor does mt stand i show for the reason the unions have not givsfl the ehisf saecuUve a name that SPPeaMd to him. The suc cessor to ra Rooms, Republican member, appointed by rx-ilnv. ( (shorn. and reappointed by Qov, rorrie, is still a mystery. i drat tor Cksraaoa n. Cooh of tin '' Af II- band ladai announced tin program for the apes air cesMsrt to in rsnosrss by tin- C, n. band from th lawn surrounding the mine ofBOO ftUS aay evening, comment Ins at s o'clock ne program bas been selet ted w ith treat (are anil proasiSSS to BSSWS d cidedly Interesting, it is as follows: March Seiniur I'idelis Sousa. vaiae ui Coocert Artist's Life st rauaa fhasratk selection- Rrnanl Verdi Overture1 "Prectoss Von Wahar, Oraad ff-T-lirn RiMlalsrsjiosa iieiami Godfrey, Paraphrase Neater My Qed I Thoa Reerea Pescriptlvs Pantasia -Viftags Lafa IVolgnndi gyaopsia i;aiiy Bjoraing; sunrisi Astir in the village; ChildreB gotag i ci i; the Blacksmith shop; Tin Mn saeen; May pole daaoe; Curfew bell; The vilksgs choir (moonlbjkt) The Lover's Serenade; Kinale. I'.xc rptH rroii, The l'irates of Pea- ante Sullivan. naraetenstic Home Bwei t Home - Laaapa (As it mlgat be played m Oer many, RUSBM, Scotland. China, gpaln Italy, Huagary, Ireland aad America). Bonga Hits of mi l Remlcka Laurium Department AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. WOODEN WALKS BEING TORN UP Street Improvements Planned In Bollmann's Addition A got d child's nurse can demand nth ami In. aid in Canada, Los I its Angelas ssi ts to add iag,aoQ population in laid, is than 1M a ear is paid hooi teachers in the south. Norway will be the scene of the next internal ioual council of women. S. C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency. Workmen's Comoensation. Advertise ment, tf FOOD COMMISSIONER COMING. James Helme. ttats Official, Will Ac company "Health Special." Residents of the copper countr) win DS interested to kaOB that James V. Helme, of bsaadag, state dahrj ami food commissioner, will be hi re the latter part of this month, SQSntBg with the -Health Special" of the Michigan Agricultural College. Mr. Helme is known throughout the state for his sn- srgetlc campaigns to inforcs the bum food laws. Aeooaapanylag the food cnsamlsslonst win be number of as- MtanU, who will explain the exhibits carried by Um train. The first lap ,,f the statewide tour of the train, which was begun Sunday. has been Completed, The Health Special." as the train has been called. Consists of three coaches. line coach has been given ever to the pure food department, one to the dairy depart ment and a third to the state board of health. Bacb had been gOsd with pic tures ami models designed t,p expose tin- aangara with which citizens of Michigan ate confronted. Perhaps the most interesting cor nor in the "pine food" ear is that which has been devoted to the exhibit of faulty B Sights and measures. This exhibit is in charge of one of the in spectors of the department. Kaulty s ate.', short measures and a wh museum of OtbOr devices much em ployed by dealers in cheatim: the pub lic are shown. Then on the wo the car have been pl.e ed placards nouactag that fully M per cent, of weights and msssurei Inspected b) department have been found t. faulty. Following the ls.t of inspection by the Laurium strict OOttUalttOS ThnTB day, and the approval tiy that body of proposed improvements brought to the attention of the co in il bull Tues day evening, workmen aie now engag ed in tearing up the Old wden side walks on North Ahinc,-;. street, prepa ratory to the construction ,,t cement walks. Residents of this Section informed the council that the conditii n of streets there was deplorable, end also that a majority of the taxpa.1 el were per fectly saf hps Ida to plan whereby the Walks iiiii;bl be installed at once and paid for b) the owners of the proper) improved within slaty days. An m VSStlgation convinced tin street com mittee thai tin- cssnpieini as regards the condition of the street was Justi fiable ami that someiliinv should be done, but it is useU-ss to undertake the Sork until the Walks are insti lled. Miu wire sngagad to tear up the walks at once and to have the srudinu 'ompleted as far as peesJbM bj the time the siXty-day COntract has been Binned itji bv all of the tax i a ei s. Then work xn 1 1 1 be punned vigorously ami th treet also will be repaired. Rarly tliis sutnnur, residents of North i'evvublc street petitioned the OUttcil for consent walks, but wire un ;le to secure the desired number of I-natures to a contract agree Ins to eimburse the village foi the improve ment within sixty Iays. ltecentlv in- IdUal property holders have asked for and been ,;ivcn the strt el grade ami it is believed they OOn template inde pendent action, but so ':! BOthlng of tliis nature has been att. Hinted. It is possible the Individuals lavoiitn; the Improvement vill have the ,rk done while the street forces are at work on Alilneek street. IVwabic street also is in need of attention, but this cannot well be done until the sidewalks are installed. The condition of Sixth treet, on the east end. was found to be in better condition than was reported, except in em pi.. . at the corner of Sixth and Iroquois streata which win be given attention immediately, last of ti rlllagi limits, th. street is in had shape, but it ,, uld seem ihe gat ef those who use the highway most to plate It in repair Excellent hiadwtiv is beint? made With the luvillg of the lenient pave ment on Lake LISNBSB avenue. Coa trai tot Caul 1'. !.,. hm has a Inn force of men snaaasd in tins work. SIN AND WOE IN TROUBLE. Laurium Chinamen ArrfsteH and Fired For Noise and Distu' l once. A. Sin anil L. Woe, LaUrlUm celes tials, oWPS arrested ami .itraUncd be fore Justice David ArmU this morn- in:, on the charge Of STCnting a SjOlSS and dhltUllMBOS The pair are ; llflgsd t have sslahratsd a littls loo fraoSy on I'irst street lust SVsnit ami made thems'hes obnOXiOUfl to well he hand cltlasgg. Ooth pfntasted bfcaiy lanonsncs, but the justice oaald not sss how a man namd Sin OOUld kOSp SM of irotible aad thought It the most satural thhag In the world tint Wo should toRhw after, sn he levied i Baa of $:t and costs on each. The lines were paid, NO CHANGE FOR PYTHIANS. UKAND TONIGHT A THRILLER OF THRILLS The proposition which his been ). for.- the order of stntghta of Pythias for yt tre, io reduce the see limit from -'i io i so as to lolmit more voim men, was ueiealcil at the supleii, lodge convention which has just closed at Winnipeg. Local Kn;:;hls of Py thias who have been ii- epiy Interested in the plan, and who took a referen dum vot,. ut the requesl of Um stats grand lod s year ago, win kutra the outcome of the prop, sal's eoiisnl'li- Uon ;it Um hands ,,f the uprogas lodge with interest. THE STOLEN TREATY IN FOUR PARTS The limit of sensation a forceful detective feature drama with over sixty brilliant scenes. This Great Feature shown in addition to our regular program making 9- REELS OF PICTURES - 9 PRICES ALWAYS f Vt! AND TtN CENTS. Coming Tomorrow Another Great Sensational Feature THE DEVINE APPEAL Or 'THE LION TAMER'S REVENGE" In Four Startling Act This is rot a circus picture, but a wonderfully thrilling photoplay in volving three monstrous hone w bote actions stir the very marrow in your bones. This feature will b shown in addition to ocr regular program. 9 - REELS OF PICTURES - 9 s. Fires C. Chynoweth Insurance Agency. Insurance. Advert isement - tf R AMUSEMENTS. PRICES ALWAYS EIVE AND TEN CENTS. O Y A THEATER Next to Po6t Office E.C. Richards, Mgr. PICTUFIF.S' "ALL THAT'S CEST IN Ecsanay Th ing Melodrama AMUSEMENTS LYRIC THEATER Mutual Program TONIGHT FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. WILSON TO BE HELD MONDAY Washington, Am:, lees for Mrs. vYoodrc l lie president, w ill III lernoon at J o'clock in the historic east The Interment will take day afternoon tit ROOM, Mrs. Wilson spent many hood dav s and w here her lather ate huried. : I- 1 i place Tin s- SH U Mere gfl if her girl. BIOl her and Jl .-f uneral sctv- Wilson, w ife of held Monday 't - 1 1 t he w hile house room. A BARRIER ROYAL Broncho two part drama THE SCENARIO WRITER Majestic Comedy REBEGCA'S WEDDING DAY Kcyctone Comedy NEW PROGRAM TOMORROW. NIGHT HAWKS in two acts. Featuring FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN A sensational production DO NOT FAIL TO SEE IT. An exceedingly interesting Melodrama. dealing with a gang of Pohttcr.l C Mtcs, who relied upon clarhness : to cover their multitude of sins. Hf ARST-SELIG NEWS PICTORIAL The Wot Id Before Your Ey-js. LAME DOG'S TREACHERY Kalem Drama Featuring MONA DARKFEATHER in a story of Indian life. COMING SUNDAY. AUG. 9TH THE DEBT Lubm Two Reel Drama SPECIAL MATINEE 2:30 CALUMET THEATER TWO DAYS--AUGUST 8 AND 9 THE GANGSTERS OF NEW YORK A otory of New York gang life A tg Mutual "R. . M." feature in four parts. Feat uring H. B. WALTHALL and CONSUELO BAt LEY AND A GOOD COMEDY REEL PRICES: Mat. nee, 10c to all seats. Evening, 10 and 2Cc. Two shows: 7:20 and 9:CD. V.atmee at 2:30. aQflKtsnfSB3!BBa9 " :"tr-:-. COMING MONDAY AND TUESDAY. AUGUST 10TH ANH 11TH IN SEARCH of the CASTAWAYS From the celebrated novel "The Chil dren of Captain Grant" by Jules V'rn In five acts. Special matinee both d.-ys at 2:30. PEOPLES THEATER TONIGHT" HsrbSfi Rawhnson and Anna Little in a most sensational drama On the Verge of War 101 Bison in three parts. Other great photo-dramas will be seen. A good show at all times. 'J foNESOLIDWEEKOFFUN 6 - BIG HOLIDAYS 6 BIG FALL FESTIVAL LAURIUM PARK COMMENCING MONDAY, AUGUST 17th. Presenting A. B. MILLER SHOWS 15 - NEW NEAT AND NOVEL SHOWS - 15, 3 - SENSATIONAL FREE ACTS - 3, BAND CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND NIGHT, GRAND GORGEOUS SPECTACULAR DISPAY OF FIREWORKS EVERY EVENING.