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5 WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1911. ,f
THE CALUMET NEWS.' PAGE SEVtfW. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS-Mother Should Have Found Out the Particulars of That Party si pa . some rroPrN VES JU5T TMINK Z'tZZA CLL u WHAT TWCBE. TMCYN f "T .ltC ooi rw our neiCUWj WHO C" AND WE'LL 1CU TlirM l2AN HOAR THEM VOUR Ne,CHfcot,vvK TCNrc-ncP a iuRPWic Uhooghi it.' V : tiwViaTS stand tnONocRAr"M3 V- Uo WE AH, ) THIMK. A SURPRISE .rS. 'RHiHT. y C .C'ATS AND WJwf'ft (yJl riYXXT7 V PARTY' 7 . --M "J-N , I sC r v MuiT DnAVV i'N Ayl ) J . (WMAtM TO SMO THAI Jo WOVLD THAI LOOK I rrf'ffi?? T JET HID OP 7 1 itTr' ill Laurmm Department ERECT FENCE ALONG SEWER LAUniUM COUNCIL HOLDS MEET ING AND DECIDES TO TAKE ACTION CONNECT WITH SEWERS. An informal meeting of the Laur council wan held last evening for j.iii i',-o of considering action rel aiive t t:io open Fewer which rums i o li of th.) village, hot ween First and Second streets. It was decided t tal i !;t( s irniiicliatt'ly to i-rect a fi-noo ulnli; both SldoS of till! Sl'WlT, so OH to I'lcviiit atl from ffinzlng alonB si.lo of It and to krrp rhlldron fmin playing l..i to It. It Is Im HovimI thin iMtluii will lx iflrotivc. T!ie mat tor will also be taken up with the t'alu tmt tH nship iinlhoritifs nnd thoy probably will bi asked to extend the fi iiciH ijiart of the ilistanee. in the nlenee of 1'resliUnt Wills the inootin.i was presided iover by j'i evident Pro Tcin Harney llohn- i urn. The trusfees agreed .villi Dep uty Stato I'od and Dairy Inspector Ji.lni T. Howe, who tok tlie matter no una Hie eouniii mill io was prevent .at the nieellnjr, that the open fi'U'rr vnn a menaeo to the health of the o.!nniui i(y and It is belicvVd (hat 1li- steps i onteniplate,! will eomplete ly eliminate tlie clloKi'd nuisance. Joint Stetter, Inspector of the sew t.s and water, Is taking steiw to en- fmee the order issued 'by the, council some time :ikh relative to the makins of proper seiwer eonncctlons. It Is claimed th:tt a nunrber of residents have neglected to comply with this or der, and that In Nome instances It would be necessary to lay pipes Muit n slioi t distance to make this Improve ment. where there is delivery of mall must Jiavo Mile wulfcs, . numbers must b properly pitted ntnl there must be street jdns. PRETTY LAURIUM WEDDING. Miss Jennio Johnson Decomts Drido of Peter Oates. A very pretty wedding was ruleimi- ied last eveninir at the parsonage of the Sailed Heart church, when Mi Jennie jinmn or (lay ! aine the bride of Peter dates of Oalum. t. M HoM-nce I.in of thlht city attended as mal l of honor, and the .room was supported by Clyde Johnson; a broth er of tho 'bride. Following the wed dinp. an informal reception whs held at the home of Mr. and I.Mrs. Joseph iMondeau of Albion. Mr. and Mrs, Oates di parted la.'t cveidnj for Du luth where they will spcnd n sltort honeymoon. PROGRAM AT THE LYRIC. DESIGN IS SELECTED. Blue Enameled Plates With White Fiqures for Houses. Pine enameled plates wllh white 'Inures probably will be the selection of the eoinirnlttoo appointed by Presi dent Josciph Wills to select a style of lioic e numbers for Luurium. A m. i tin of the council will be c;.lled Kluutly to hear the report of tin' commit lee and order a KUpply of number plates'. The favored plate Is enameled In ''Inc. with white depressed llsiire, inaMnvr It very attractive In nppear iince. The woik'of haiiKlnff the street fis and plaeliifr the . iiumln'rs w ill pivbaMy b done the latter part of Hiis month or early In June. It Is In tend, d to rush the work because of the I'i"p..sd establishment of free mall delivery 'now. The portal rules In regard to free 'nail delivery are that all streets A fine program has been arranged for the Hjrio theater of l.aurluni fo this week. The feature films Include Mini Jim's Last Chance." "The Pai Man's First Prayer," ami "A Ituriei Past." The first two are western pie tures and are pnbl to be Intensely In teiestlng and thrilling. The manage ment has just concluded successful ne gotlations for new and better pictures than liave been shown in the past and no pictures will be exhibited that have been' shown elsewhere In Iiurium. 5. .;. .j. .;. . .j. .j, . 4. . LAURIUM BRIEFS. 4.- Joseph II. Heed has returned front a short business trip to the Iron country. Judge-elect O'P.rlen Is expected home today from Marquette, where, he has been spending a few days on business, Henry Ham, of Laurium, Is In the city, having been called here because of the critical Illness of his father, Charles Ham. Other relatives of Mr. Ham who spent Kunday hero were William Schacht of Itedridiio, W. S. Nelson and (I. H. Jackson, of (Jwir.n. Mrs Nelson and Mrs. Kchacht have been in the city pome, days. Ishpeming de p.-iltment, Mining Journal. Cat and Dog Insurance. Ilundelebenvcifclcheningygescllschaft Is the name of a new business eon cern in Frankforton-the-Maln. It means, in commercial English, the Company for the Insurance of Dogs Lives. A dachshund would Just fit that title. Cats have nine lives, and to may get reduced rates. Irrigation to Reclaim Island. The Hawaiian Island of Lanai, which has been practically barren for several years, will be reclaimed by a water conservation system and do- voted to sugar beet culture. SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD WANTS PLAYERS TO FORM UNION FIELDER JONES BELIEVES PLAY ERS COULD THEN DEMAND HIGHER SALARIES THAN THEY ARE GETTING. That the major league baseball play era and also association members who are arter larger salaries und are turned down eould get them by a simple ex pedient Is the assertion of Fielder Jones, former manager of the Chicago White Sox, who Is dabbling In the timber and apple business in Oregon. Fielder Jones has been a player first and then a manager, and he knows whereof he speaks. Jones' sympathies are with the player first, last and all the time, and he made It plain when he was winning a world's championship In P.tOC. Helng a friend of the player, it Is only natural that Jones eould get more work out of his men than any other manager In the game, and that was responsible in a large measure for the. first championship (be American eague ever won. "These spasmodic attempts on the part of players to get more money for their services, some of them greatly deserving It, too, are energy wasted, wild Fielder Jones recently. "Take a club that clears $l.r.0.000 in a. year, am It could well afford to pay Its deserv ing players more money. The player gives the ball club the best years of hla life, and when he begins to go bad they get rid of him mighty quick Plajing half a year In baseball natur ally Interrupts his chance of establish ing a business or securing a business education. If he makes any money at all it has to come out of baseball, for generally a $" n month Job must suf fice throughout the winter to koo down expenses. "There are several ways to get a sal ary raised, but the surest one Is in combination. Iet half a dozen of the best players on a club strike for more money and stick to their demands and they can tie up any baseball club In the country." CONNIE MACK'S PITCHERS USE THEIR OWN JUGQMENT Infieklerg Assist Battery Men to Find Weaknesses of Batters Catch ers Flash Signals But Twirlers Decide. CRICKET SEASON TO OPEN. :pkotopuy$ 0 cssAHAY PROGRAM FOR Wednesday and Thursday The Bad Man's First Prayer A gripplnc western drama. Slim Jim's Last Chance SIM! You will want to sect it twice. A Buried Past A story of two ex-eonvicts and what bi-eiime of them. This is an all-fetture program. More coming for Friday. Change of pro;rra.n, iMoirday, ' Wednesday and Friday. C. & H. Cricketers Will Go To Mesnard on Saturday. The firRt game of the Copper Country cricket league sehedulo will be played on Saturday. Following are the games scheduled: Mohawk at Wolverine, ' V.. & II. at Mesnard. Kearsarge at Paincsdale. Qulncy at Tamarack. All of the teams In the league have been practicing hard for the season and It is expected tho sport will be placed on a blRher plane, than ever before. Kvery club In the league now has a cement pitch and this feature will In Itself make the game much faster and remove the element of un certainty and luck. Kvery team In the league has acquired new players dur- Connie Mack Is always doing some thing different. Hi.s pitchers run the game. The Athletic catchers signal the pitchers, the same as tho catchers on other clubs, but the pitcher's Judg ment goes when the pitcher and eaten er do not agree on the kind of ball to use. Two or three other managers In struct their catchers to rely on the Judgment of veteran pitchers. All of Mack's pitchers have the final siy. "'Take the pitcher's Judgment,' was nn early season order from Manager Mack, and he neter changed It," said Paddy Livingston. Athletie catchers "Chief P.ender and Kddle Plank use their ovn Judgment the reason before last, and did so well the rule was made general. 'Everybody murt use his head,' Is one of Connie's rules. "One advantage of the pitcher's Judgment counting 1 .4 In the help lie gets from the I n fielders. ' Our Inflelders were the pitcher's advisers. They watched the batter as closely as the battery men. That was part of their w ork. 1 "Connie doesn't count a stolen ha on the catcher. It la even between the pitcher and catcher. 'No catcher can get a base-runner who la allowed too much of a lead,' is the way Connie puts it. "There was never a call-down for the pitcher or catcher when Connie be lleved a fast ball should have been used Instead of a curve, or vice versa. We were expected to know what to do. Advice came before or after the game. And thin It was up to both pitcher and catcher.' ' "Mack does a lot of things different from other managers I have pi ij cd for. Kvery man on the team has his car when a suggestion Is offered. We were all called upon to dig up some thing nt dally dope meetings." Meet CALUMET VS. HUBBELL. First Game of the League Season at Athletic Park. Saturday will mark,tho official open ing of the baseball season of 1911 In the copper country. The Calumet and Hubbe'41 teams will clash In the Ini tial championship contest and that event Is now eagerly awaited by the fans. The Calumet management has not made definite announcement of the line-up so far .although It Is expected that most of the men who appeared In he game last Saturday will be given chanee, and that several new men will be worked out. 'As the manage- EDDIE McGOORTY BACK. Oshkoch Middleweight Would Papko or Thompson. Kddle McCiootty, the Wisconsin mid dle weight Just back from Kurope, wants to get into the game at once and bars no middle weight In the country, lillly Papke or Johnny Thompson pre ferred. Kddle Is also anxious to ar tange a match with Frank Klaus, as he feels that he can defeat the Pittsburg man a;id would like a meeting over the long route. If he cannot get any of the above named he will be willing to give away a few pounds and take on some of the eastern men at a shade above the middle weight limit. He will go into training at Neenah at once so as to be in shape for any match that may appear. HAL CHASE IS SICK. ' Cleveland. Ohio, May 17. Hal Chase, captain and manager of the New York Americans, is a very sick man. The physilclan who Is attending him says the first baseman Is suffering front bronchitis and Is threatened with pneumonia. Chase Is In bail shape and It probably will be a month before he will be nble to get back Into the game,. BASEBALL 1 STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National League. W. Philadelphia Pittsburg New V.uk Chicago Cincinnati St. Louis poston Prookljn .21 .17 .16 .15 .12 , 8 . 8 I 7 9 10 12 10 15 21 20 Pet. .750 XZi .CI 5 .556 .55 .348 .270 .259 Poston 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 7 12 1 Pittsburg C 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 11 15 1 Pattcries Pfiffcr, Hrown and Itarl den; Steele and Gibson. n. ii. n. Philadelphia ..3000 000 1 04 9 2 Cincinnati ....0 8 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 11 11 1 ISatti-rUs Urennan, Chalmers. Khtiltz and Muran, Uooln; Suggs and McLean. it. ii. n New York 00 02 2000 2 C 10 2 St. Louis 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 18 12 1 Patterles Raymond. Antes. Mar quard und Wilson; Steele and Pllss. Detroit has recalled Marvin Peasley from Fort Wayne and has transferred him to Saginaw. American League. W. Detroit 25 Chicago 14 Poston 15 Philadelphia 13 New York n Washington n Cleveland 12 St. Louis s L. Tct 3 .833 12 .538 13 .536 12 .520 13 .500 15 .423 18 .(n 20 .2S6 YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. R. If. R Brooklyn 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 x 3 10 1 Chicagik 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 6 2 Patterles Parger and Bergen; Weaver, Toney and Archer. American League. R. II. P.. Chicago 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 Ox 6 9 1 Philadelphia . . .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 2 Patterles Scott and Sullivan; Krause and Thomas. r.. ii. p. Detroit 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 17 13 2 I toston 00030102 0 C 1 0 1 Patterles Lafitte and Stanage; Kar gtr, Cleotte and Carrlgan. n. ii. k St. Louis 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 4 11 1 Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 2 Patterles Lake and Stephens; Gray and Alnsmith. it. h . i :. Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 1 00 12 8 2 New York 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 7 1 Patterles Gregg 'and Fisher; Fisher and plair. American Association. Minneapolis, 13; St. Paul. 4. Toledo, 13; Columbus, 4. Indianapolis, 4; Louisville, 5. Milwaukee, 5; Kansas City. 11. LAURiUM BUSINESS DIRECTORY BAWDEN'S STORE Carry the ibest line of goods at tin lowest prices. The best service guar antecd. Come in and be convinced. A. ESPEL. Will fell three fine sample pianos below cost. Call soon. NIGHT SCHOOL Knroll Now. It pays to Investigate. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. Phono 51C-L. COLLINS & WAGNER LIVERY. We are here to please you and are very desirous of proving to you the merits of our service. Horses and ve hicles furnished for all occasions. Phone 543. DU PONT MOTOR CO. Agent for the Ford automobile, n thoroughly reliable car for all pur poses. Full line of bicycles and sport ing goods, tires and uuto equipment. Repairing of all kinds. Phone 320-J. EGGEN A HOYEM. A clean bakeshop, equipped with modern machinery, Is the basis of our Euceess. Wo specialize In wedding cakes at this time of tho year. Let us trim the bride's cake. Phone 523. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Insurance Is a good sound business proposition and a man cannot do bet ter in taking a life Insurance policy with tho Detroit Life Insurance Co. First Nat. Rank Hldg., Laurlum. PAULL'S CASH MEAT MARKET. Choicest cuts of fresh and salt meats. Staple and fancy groceries, milk, but ter and eggs. Special discounts for cash. First class sausage of all kinds. Thou, ruull. Phone 12C. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. For spring and summer year, the pre vailing styles will include browns. Kng I.'sh grays and blue serges In domestic and Imported fabrics. Repairing, clean ing and pressing. K. K. Neeb, 3rd St. Ing tho winter months anil each feels used. Hiltonen probably will do the pitching for Calumet Saturday, with Gray behind the bat and Peterson on first. It Is likely that Andrews will be tried out nt second. The team will practice every even ing the weather permits, ns It Is rea lized that the Hubbell aggregation Is ns strong If not stronger than the team which won the championship two years ago, and the local .boys want to be prepared. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. largest and most complete stock of plumbing and heather goods In Laur lum. Special nttention given to re pairing, nlso a full line of general ment will find it necessary to reduce to hdwe., paints, oils, builders' supplies the fifteen men limit within four hours after the game Saturday, according to tho league rules, every candidate for the team who has shown promise up to this time will he given a chanee to make good before the pruning knife Is confident that Its chances of winning the championship have been Improved. A spirited championship contest is ex pected. C. & H. Line Up. The line-up of tho C. & II. tenm for the game to be played with the Mes nard team Saturday Is as follows: W. Venning, T. Polklnghorne, L. Cadwell, W. T. Martin. K. Klllott, A. Klliott, P. Ilosklng. K. Prlsk, W. Pedlar, J. Pearce and C. Thomas. Reserves, T. Kills nnd L. Phillips; scorer, J. C. Vin cent and umpire J, Rerryman. The C. & II. players will leave on the 2 o'clock car. TINKER IS SUSPENDED. New York, May 17. Joe Tinker, shortstop, of the Chicago National rague cIuIh has been suspended for three days by President Lynch of the National league, for his trouble with Umpire Doyle In Prooklyn last Satur day. News want ads bring results. CALEDONIA STARS AGAIN. Willing to Meet Any Team in Calumet Under 13 Years. The Caledonia Stars have organised for the season and are ready to meet nny Juvenile team In this city, whose rlayers average less than thirteen years of ago. The following Is the line-up of the team: Fred ITanner. captain and catcher; C. Sullivan, pitch; Harold Yokl. first h.iso; Rudolph Han- ren, second base; Nick Rolarskl, third base; C. Pelegrlnl, short stop; Kdward Molllnen. center field; Samuel T.itorna, left field; A. Heltala, right field. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS Our soft drinks are pure, healthful and Invigorating. Made by modern sanitary machinery, enabling us to quote special to parties and entertain mints. Phone 211. ' CHICAGO DECORATING CO. Artistic Interior decorating In most modern style. Paper hanging, tinting hardwood finishing. Picturo frnmlng. plate moulding, mirrors reslvered, fur niture reflnlshed. M'entzold. Phone 387 CENTRAL HOTEL. : j.oraioa on oseoou street, near Fourth, one block from, the cars. Spe cial rates by the week or mo-nlh. We havo steam heat, hot and colj watcf and free baths. L.L.Distel. rhone 267-J, CONFECTIONERY A FRUITS. A nice line of candles, fruits, earned goods, and the standard brands of cigars and cigarettes. Wo manufac ture Ice rrcam. Wholesale or retail or ders. Mlchelinl & Pertasso. Phone C19U WEDDING INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS ANNOUNCEMENTS PRINTED OR ENGRAVED AT THE CALUMET NEWS. GOURD BROS. MEATS. Lnurium's largest cash meat dealets. All meats, fish and gamo In season. Our name means good meats of high quality. Satisfaction will be given on all orders, large or small. THE PALACE HOTEL. Centrally located in tho business district of Laurlum. Modern appoint ments with steam heat Ad bath. Spe' clal rates for regular boarders. Fourth and Hecla Sts. Mrs. T. Schrleber. Prop. PENINSULA HEATING &. PLB. CO. We are the largest plumbing estab lishment in the upper peninsula, have the finest equipment and do the finest work at the right prices. Estimates furnished. Phone 295. HAIRDRESSING & SHAMPOOING. Rrlng us your combings. We will make them into switches. Parlors for electrical facial massage, manicuring and chiropody. McLaughlin & Kelly, over Faucett Guck's office. JOHNSON MILLINER. Hecla street. A large selection of the season's lat est creation In millinery Is Wing dls playiil, along with stunning models from our own workrooms. REYNOLD'S MEATS. Our meats ore the best that are ob tainable. All are government Inspect ed and have our personal guarantee of freshness. Service prompt. Phone 102. H, E, Sangster, D.n.S. Laurlum, Mich. ; FOR RENT 4 -room flat for light housi keeping, gas, electric Hght. Al so few furnished rooms. Mrs. Dont IMarta, Ilexbi street, Laurlum. MACLEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. First class livery and prompt cab service day or night Hacks furnished for funerals and etc. Raggage hauled to and from trains. Special attention to boarders. Malcolm MacLeod, lliono 99. NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. Six regulation billiard and pool ta bles that are kept In good condition, with good lights and courteous atten tion, leading brands cigars and cigar ettes. Agts for Markham's box candles. NIELSON THE GROCER. We try to supply our customers ev ery wish and want by carrying a fresh line of fine groceries. Our quality Is high, oir prices low. Phone 417J. 216. Osceola St, saxby & Mcdonald sale stable Dealers In delivery, drart and driv ing horses. Will get you any kind you want. All kinds of Teed delivered promptly If you will phone us No. 609. Open night or day. M. W. SEIFERT- Manufacturer of Dan Patch, Selfert s Havanas and ruckles. All goods guar anteed. Phone 297 U. For sale by all first class dealers. SWYKERT THE GROCER. Distributor for Carpenter Raking Co.'s delicacies of Milwaukee. Thdr cottage bread Is the Ideal toasting bread. Their angel food cake "tastes like more." Phone 436-R. THE THISTLE BAKERY. Our special bread, also our cakes and doughnuts are made with the best grade flour. We sell wholesale and re. tall. Phone us 141. .'ohn Dunlop. ill HecU St, Laurlum.