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MONDAY, JUNE 13, 131Q.
THE CALUMET NEWS. HANCOCK GAY TEAM TRIMS HANCOCK BY SCORE OF 8 TO The Hancock team didn't jnuke a very brilliant allowing iM tho game with CJny ut tlio Haiiroik city driving park yesterday ufu-rnmui, ami tho score at tho finish wan 8 to 5 in favor of tho boys from ui north. Up to tho Hf th inning both teams played pretty ovenly, neither scoring until tiie fourth when Oay got In a run, making tho tul ly ut that Juncture 1 to 0. Then tame tho fatal fifth In which lhcwntcr, on whom high hopes had been built by the locals, went to pieces, apparently. The two flrBt men up landed for s.ife one.", then two wero hit by pitched balls, a three-bagger by I.atlesh added to the lout and tho total at tho close of the fanning tdiowed that Dimmer, l'.addo, rnucoe, Lallesh and 1. Heaudoin b;id ull Btored. Hancock's men went out julck with three strikeouts. This nwful BlaiiRhtor finished Hrew Pter nnd lie was replaced in the sixth by Hansen, who finished his first three men up In ono-two-threo order. Seized with tho desperation of despair the lo cals fell upon St. (leorge In tho sixth ahd managed to net three men home, this being the first luck they had up to that time. In tho seventh Hansen was unfortunate in allowing a base on balls, bitting another, and being found for n couple of hits which resulted in two more runs for fJay. Neither side did anything In the eighth and In the ninth Hancock took another spurt of good hitting to which was added a couple of free passes enabling them to pick off two more runs, but not suffi cient to turn the tide of battle. The score by innings was as follows: nay , 0 0 0 1 5 0 2 0 08 8 Hancock 0 0000300 25 C Struck out. Ilrewster, 5; Hansen, 3; Ft. (leorge, 9. Three-base hits, I-a-flesh. Two-baggers, St. (Jeorge, Itompf nnd Wonzell. liases on balls, off P.rew t U r, 3; Hansen, 1; St. CSeorge, 4. Hit by pitcher, 1'rrwster, 2; Hansen, 1. Double play, St. George to La flesh to PnBcnc. The teams lined up as follows: Hancock V, Ifrewslor and Hansen: c, Slack; lb, Ilompf; 2b, O'Oonnoll; 3b. Montgomery; ss., Clark; If., Lee; cf., Keongh; rf., Wonzell. (lay P, St. (leorge; c. Dmldo; lb, Pascoe; 2b, Laflesh; 3b, A. Ileaudoln; us., Dimmer; If. P.utler; cf, P. P.eau- loin; rf, N'aguber. In tho third inning Stack injured his finger and went to left field, I.eo com ing in to third base nnd Motgoniery taking Stack's place behind the bat. SPFCIAL. FOR CHILDREN'S DAY. 'Wo have 130 especially trimmed hats for children's .Jay which we are selling at half price. Call and see them. Finest bargains. M. P.. Lcary, at Vcr tln Pros. Millinery Department. 1S5 0 ? UJ (Tax ri white iluiiey lLaon QOfnlflffl Em a I V! U! Ull 16IMCH rX 01 DOUBLE Olrl A I I E I I I x r v a it3 n n n n ir v f Including VJ Lr-A I f STREET r n r-A ryn Connections J lJ M IV ((c-i PICNICS AT ELECTRIC PARK DURING THE COMING WEEK The pant week it the Kleetrlc park has proven very successful. Tho at tendance each day has been great und the free d.inces and Sunday band con certs have become very popular. The program for this week Is us follows: Monday Calumet Alumni reception. Tuesday Proe dancing, K.o0 p. m. to 11.30 p. m. Wednesday Farewell party by Our CirlV clan. Thursday Free dancing, 8.20 p. m. to 11.30 p. m. The following schools will picnic at the park during the week: Washing Ion school, Calumet; Wolverine school, Osceola school and Hubbell school. All have cliartere.d special cars and the children will hold exercises at tne pavilion and picnic on the grounds. Tim merry-go-round has been In stalled and will bo ready for use Wed nesday or Thursday. A special feat uro tor' tho school children will be the Riving of a merry-go-round ticket to each child who conies to the park with his class. HOLD DI-ENNIAL SESSIONS. Modern Samaritans Decide to Hold Conventions Every Two Years. :eginning in 1912, the Imperial and Or.irid councils of tho Modern Samari tans will meet only once in two years. This wns decided at the national con vention hold In Duluth bust week, at which F.ldrocl Mitchell of Hancock wurf the delegate from the Michigan lodge. There were nineteen delegates present at the sessions whh'n began last Wed nesday nnd lasted nil the week, In the Chri tie building, Duluth, four states lain represented, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Michigan nnd Wis consin. Heretofore tho sessions have been held yearly, which It was de cided. Is too often, nnd after come dis cussion it was decided to hold them every two years. MEETINGS THIS WEEK. The Fourth or July and lrwter llsncocl; clubs will meet again to morrow evening, when the prograift foi tho Fourth will be dLscusscd. Most of the committees will doubtless bo In shape to report at this meeting. On Tuesday evening a meeting of tho retail clerks of Hancock and Houghton will be held In the A. O. H. hall, for tlio purpose of forming a clerk's union to affiliate with the A. F. of L., taking the place of the dents' club formed last year. One of the purposes of organization is to secure if possible, the early closing of the ptores In the Portage Lake towns dur ing July and August, following the fourth. A number of merchants ar! known to favor the movement, which proved quite, .successful last summer, but there are a number holding out against It which might cause the plan Ut fall, through. For this reason the clerks have decided to organize anJ txert their efforts to secure the short er hours. n m nn rr vi L U THIRD WALL COMPLETED. Progress of Filling Front Street Ra vine Reaches Another Stage. Contractor James McOlynn'a force of workmen on Saturday last finished tho construction of the third of the series of retaining walls for the Front street fill, and today tho Dakota Heights company, which has th con tract for filling with Band back of tho walls, resumed tho washing down of material from the hillsides above the Kerredge theater. It will reoulre ubout two weeks' time to bring the earth to the level of the wall, and there are yet to be built two or more walls, eighteen feet apart, and each right feet In height. A marked change Is percepti ble in the progress of tho work, tele phono poles that formerly stood high on the slopes of tho sides of the ravine being now nearly half burled In sand. MAY TAKE BOAT BACK Owners of Steamer Steinbrenner May Take Boat From Underwriters. Allhour.ir the matter has not been settled, the owners of the steamer Henry Stelnbrenrer, who abandoned her to the underwritten as a con structive total loss shortly after sh? was sunk nt tho Soo, will probably take her hack. That point will be set tled after tho steamrr Is docked at Cleveland and examined. Tho Steinbrenner was Insured for $J70,000 and In order to make her a constructive total loss the salvage and repair bills would have to amount to 75 per cent, of the insurance valuation. The Reld Wrecking company wllf get $0,000 for raising the steamer and de livering her In port. Capt. Held re ports that the steamer Is not in very bad .dinpe and it Is not likely that the repair bill will be largo enou-h to mcko her a eonstructlvo total loss. The Steinbrenner was sunk last De cember by (be steamer II. A. Derwind In tho Soo river. HANCOCK LOSES TO LAKES. Tho Hancock high school baseball team lost to the Lakes at Hubbell park. Saturday afternoon. Tho score was 10 to 0, reversing the result In the last game between these two teams, when the score was 3 to 2 for Hancock. 1'y winning yesterday Lake Linden ties with Hancock for last place in the championship standing. The Lakes scored six runs In the first Inning, af ter which they were held down by the visitor who continued steadily to les sen the lead of their opponents until at the end of the final Inning there was a difference of but one run. Tin score by Innings: Hancock ..1 0 0 2 0 2 3 1 09 L. Linden 60001012 10 Umpires, Moelter and Dotty. 7 10 8 8 Pr. J. F. Waltz of the ' (Juiney and Stewart Hldrod. son of Ttev. and Mrs. M;. II. Kldred, arc visiting relatives In lower iMIchlgan. A. J. Scott was out Saturday after his recent Illness. t A (C TO 1 6$$S& :;rtepgff CONFISCATED DEER CARCASS Meat of Animal hound by Roadside Taken by Gams Warden Tho dead carcass of a deer was found Friday lying by the road-Ide In ;ho vicinity of St. Mary's near lioston. fter being pascd by a largp number of people It 'was finally taken charge of by a Finnish farmer living near (by. .iiid Pert .Meola of Hancock, who wa passing with a teanl Tho carcass was -ut up, Meola taking a hind quarter, and the other man tho remainder, which ho packed, in a washtub and carried away. Hardly had the divi sion of the meat been effected when County dame Warden WIIhoii appear ed on the scene, having been not Hied that there was a dend deer at St. Mary's. He met Meola and the other man driving off, and discovered that he had been forestalled. He took charge of tlio meat, and stated that It would bo sent to tho poor farm If found suitable for eating.. CHILDREN'S DAY OBSERVED. Children's day wns observed last evening at the Hancock Congregational church with an appropriate and inter esting program of songs, recitations, dialogues, etc., In which the children of the Sunday school participated, as sisted by the choir. The title of tho exercises was "In 'Woodland Ways," arranged by C. Austin Miles. On account of the special service for Court Pride," Foresters of America, at the Haii'-o. k Methodist church, tho rhlfiWn's 1:'V program was postponed until JH'xl Sunday,- I.. ; . - Tfl ? W , x O -J: HANCOCK LOSES KNIGHTS 0F.GRIP 1911 CONVENTION Tho seventh annual convention of the IT. C. T. has closed and the many vis itors are fast leaving for their homea, the rain having interfered greatly with the plans. The election of oftlcers re sulted as follows: Grand counselor. C. A. Wheeler, Marquette; grand Jun ior counselor, George If. Craw, Pctos key; grand past counselor, A. T. Lin coln. Hillsdale; grand secretary, Fred C. Ulchter. Traverse City; grand treas urer, Joo C. Wittliff, Port Huron; grand conductor, John Q. Adams, lfattlo Creek; grand page, A. F. Welch, Kal amazoo. Mark S. prown of Saginaw defeated Fred J. Moutier of Detroit as a mem ber of the executive committee by a small majority. The other members are John A. Hoffman. Kalamazoo; .J:is. F. Hammell, Lansing, und John D. Martin, Grand Rapids. Detroit, Muskegon and Hancock were out for the 1911 convention, but Mus kegon won out by a big vote, the coun cil from that city being strongly rep resented. LEAVES FOR NEW POSITION. William Voelker, for the past four years connected with the local agency of the National Cash Register com pany, as a salesman, left yesterday for Dayton, to begin his duties as travel ing mechanic with the same company. Mr. Voelker is a Calumet young man, who has made good in his line of work. and his many friends throughout this, territory will wish him the best of success in his new work. LEAVE FOR CONCERT TOUR. The members of the Savel Ladles' choir leave today for a concert tour in tho Iron country. They will sing to morrow evening at Ironwood, where the annual meeting of tho Suoml synod takes place. On Wednesday, June 1", they will be nt Wakefield, and on Thursday. June 1G. at Pcssemer. They will be assisted by other talent nt some of these places. The proceeds of the trip will be given to the Finnish college. TO ATTEND SYNOD MEETING. Isaac Wargelln nnd other, delegates to tho Finnish Lutheran National Sy nod leave this evening for Ironwood. Pesldes the delegates th party will Include Rev. J. K. Nlkajider of tho Finnish college, president of the Suoml synod. Rev. John pack of the Han cock Finnish Lutheran church, sev eral other copper country pastors nnd tho members of the Savel Ladies' clad?. PARK OPEN TO PUBLIC. iMontoquma pnrk was thrown opon to the piihllc yesterday for the ft rat time this season and during tho after noon hoth the upper and lower sec tions of the prettv park were thronged the warm wenthor ninklng the park aj very acreptahle and pleasant resting I place. The grass and trees are now In excellent 5hape, the park having been j closod to allow new grass to sprout, and the trees have heen earefully trim med by Matthew Bell, the caretaker. HANCOCK BREVITIES. W. J. Inland of Chicago Is calling on the local undertaking trade. The KUpl Tent of the Maccabees Is arranRlng for an excursion to tho en try to bo given on June 19. Mrs. Trigg of Tuseula. 111., has left for home after an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. August Jkl. V. M. Tcnnlston has been elected treasurer of the Hancock lodge of Klks to fill tho unexpired term of M. C. Getchell. N. A.. Metx has returned from T.ud Ington, where he attended a conven tion of the Patriarchs Militant of Michigan, held last week. A new electric sign and ornamental electrical nrch have been placed over the entrance to the Royal theater, formerly the Tiljou. F. J. r.awden Is having n threw horse power special Fcrro engine Installed ty Kd Ptnten of this city. In the small tender used as an auxiliary to Ms larger yacht. nr. If i 1 i CULUTH ELKS CHARTER BOAT Secure the Hamonic in Which to Make the Trip to Detroit Tho Dulutli Elks will not, a: was ex pected , make tho trip to Detroit !n company with the. Upper Peninsula lodges, by the D. & C. steamer from St. Ignace, but will go Independently, on a special charteied .steamship tak ing them all tho way froai the head of tho lakes to the convention city. The Northern Navigation company's steamer Harmonic has been chartered by the Duluth Klks and it U expected that the big boat will be crowded 'with delegates und visitors to the conven tion. The boat will leave Duluth July 5, arriving in Detroit Ju'y 8. Klks from all over the northwest will gather at Duluth to embaik on the boat and during their stay In the Zenith cly will be entertain d by the Duluth lodge. E3S VISIT THE BIJOU Sr CLEAN CHOW LASSY 3 ALWAYS The. only Theater showing INDEPENDENT PICTURES Somethmq NEW Always The Power of a Smile (IMP) Government Rations (DISON) The Strength of Duty Interiuplcd Marriage Illustrated and Character Songs By Al end Teas Abbott. We cater espcciilly to Ladies & Children DAILY MATINEE 2C30 EVENING 7:30 Admission: Adults 10c, Children 5c J, G. Vogel Prop. A. F. Abbott M or Merry-go-Round, Roller Coaster, Bath Houses on Keweenaw Bay, Row Boating, Picnic Grounds, Cottages to Rent. PLANKED WHITE FISH DINNERS. BOATS LEAVE LAKE LINDEN, HOUGHTON and HANCOCK Three Times a Dy. WHITE CITY CO. Phone 475 W. H. LABB, Gen. Mgr. Sheldon Bldg. Houghton, Mich. THURSDAY, MORT II. SINGER PRESENTS THE MUSICAL TRI1AT OP TMU SEASON 1 1 Tin 1 Oil iff iy ) Ly u u u . IN THE $50,000 GUARANTEED PRODUCTION THE PRINCE OF TONIGHT A Tuneful Qem PEOPLE Direct Prom 200 Nights at Princess Theater, Chicago. PIUCESEntlr Tlrst Floor 1JW), Balcony 1.00, Balcony, Clrel 75e, Gallery fX)e, Box Seats 1.50. Seats on sal at Forster s If Bargains in PIPE All Meerchaum Pipes in r.!"in:10.w.$5.oo Meerehruni pipes ratine In j! Ice from i.OU to if lo.OU. All Briar Pipes at, $3.50 5riar pipes range In jiri'-e fn m d.0U to '.) W. We have bought tic entire stock of samples from Kaufman liros. A; l.oudy Mew York. Come Early and Pick Your Choice stock ia limited. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE The Cubs' Billiard Parlor 331 Filth St.. Calumet. Mich, hoffunberg- Bros., Props, J Half Your Business A well equipped, neat clean look ing wagon is a great help to any business, that is why yoa should use our make. Thirty years exper ience in tho carriage and wagon business will convince you that you get the best value for your money. Wo will make any style to your . order. Calumet Carriage Vorks Joseph Hebert, Prop. Phone 193 J P lap THEATER COMAlIiNONQ TO- Engagement Extraordinary njQNIY Positively the GREATEST ATTRACTION Calumet has ever been offered. DON'T MISS HEARING HER SHE'S GREAT Pictures Changed D: 1 y JUNE 16 In a Beauty Setting Newt Stora Tneaday Morning. 3 n rn fn uj y u N HT Mil Bigelow Chicago's Lyric Soprano e we mm Additional Hancock News on Page 5.