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r WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PAGE SEVEN DOINGS OF rMA ,Y00 KNOW Wfc AKt IN THE! HERO CUkW When we ccte&j the ol?ajj LOOK WHAT H4eM HAY 47R1SE A HOCK m. ...... IN THE FOC , TIRB AT SEA lter,7J HAM DAro .Nt ' TOU M4VIN r TMr W&AT IPK OF IT." f I KNOW BECAUSE. I WATCM k TH6 CAPTAfW.' J Launum BASS SEASON IS NOT YET OPEN ATTENTION OF ANGLERS CALLED TO ACT PROHIBIT ING CATCHING OF CER TAIN SPECIES. IS 'Ilie Mows has bron n-'iin wUil to c;tll tin- at Uiittoji of aimlcis Intinstoil in Hie utato law wliith ilxcs t lie open and losoil hi a sou for all kiiuls of bans, and to (iiotf the law Itself, which Is us fallows: "Srdion 1. It shall be unlawful to tiike, catih or kill or attempt to take, rateh or kill in iiny manner or by any means whatever, in the waters of this state, any small mouthed blaik bass, big mouthed black bass, silver, calico, white or strawberry bass from and af ter the llrst day of February In each year up to and Including the fifteenth iluy of June thereafter. "Section 2. It (shall be unlawful for any person or persons to take, catch or kill in any of the waters of this Mate any small mouthed black bass or big mouthed black bass of less than ten inches in lcnuth, or to catch, take or kill in any day more than ten of the above- named tlsh of any size, or to take with him therefrom or to have In his possession at any place in this M.itc more than ten of said kinds of fish at any one time. "Section 3. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to take, catch i r kill in any of the waters of this state any strawberry bass, white bass mver or rallco bass less thin seven Inches In length, and it shall be un lawful for any person or persons to catch, kill or rapture In any one da more than twenty of the above named llsh of any sl.c. or to take with him therefrom or to have in his possession fit any place in this state more than twenty ,,f the said kinds of fish nt any "ne time. "Section 4. It shall be unlawful at any time hereafter for any person pei sons to sell or ofler for sale or ship for the purpose of sale any small mouthed black bass, big mouthed black ba.-is, strawberry, silver or calico bass, "f white bass within the borders of thin state. "Section 5. Any person or persons viol. (ting the provisions of this art shall be deemed puilty of a misde meanor, ami upon conviction thereof hefore any court of competent juris diction shall be punished by a line of ''ot less than ten dollars nor more ''an hfty dollars, together with costs "f prosecution, or imprisonment In the ""iity jail for a period of not ex- cce.linjr Kixty ti;,yS, ,,r irt It such line "ad Imprisonment In the discretion of the coert." News want ads bring rosuHs. TRIG TONIGHT THE KINODROME WITH Features "A I DA" 'WHEN THE' DEAD RETURN.' "THE BUNCO GAME AT LIZ ERHEAD." and "RED EAGLE" Cominjj Friday "Hit Motlier." THE VAN LOONS-Oh Yes, the Dangers of Ocean A r f JH" THEN THE aoCLV V .V , I . v ----- If IHINC VWKaNC Mid Mr a 1 iTU TV ! I 1 - .-- 1 v -IV -v . must do A.MD pwpahr ----'v ' yirVrr I 'i. F 1 SSs VI -CSt.-VS.N. XT V V -1 C r BUT M TUT: -mr ,,r,c-r r X Lt-.t! .. .. ljjLJ L o nchnin , i v: T NcrA.PtA.N ,j 5m.lkjc; I v y -X tr fr:2rSr-3rf Department VILLAGE AFFAIRS GIVEN ATTENTION CONSIDERABLE BUSINESS TRANS ACTED BY LAURIUM COUNCIL AT REGULAR MEETING LAST EVENING. At last night's meeting of the vil lage council of Iiurlum, the board of review was appointed, consisting of Justice David Armlt and John t'hy noweth. The board will be In session for three days, commencing today and concluding l Ylday evening. l'eter Matter:, the Luurium decor ator, was given a contract to redec orate the Interior or the townhall, the price being J10. He will start work Immediately. Charles V. Wills was re-appointed Uectrical Inspector for the village. A committee was npiointcd to ap praise the village property in prep aration for the work to be done by (he Preston people In Installing a new system of bookkeeping. The council last night decided to make an attempt to collect about $1.10 due the village from the Sacred Heart schools on back water taxes. It Is said the school authorities do not wish to pay the bill contending that their property should be exempt from water taxes. The sum of $T.O0 is to be taken from attached. The young people can enjoy the special assessment fund and ap plied on the note of $J,000 against the fun. I. An Invitation was read from the Hancock city business men to conic to Hancock Friday to assist in wel coming the Detroit Chamber of Com meree. The council took no action in the matter. Negotiations have been entered hit with the Illinium band to hire that organization to furnish music on the Fourth of July. Street Commissioner James V. Wills reported a total of $ 1.1 TS.t.t expended during the month in the street de partment, which Is considered ex tremely light when the amount of paving and other street work Is taken Into consideration. During the month the macadamizing and tarring of block on Pewabie street and consld erable other work about the town was completed. Hut $148 was spent on the IVwable street work. The garbage and general cleaning work rest $(54.1.75, the ilggrst Item in Mr. Wills' report. John Stetter, superintendent of sew ers and plumbing, reported the expen diture of $106 In his department during May. Twenty new meters were In Etalle.l during the month. Clerk Priak's Report. The following is Clerk Frisk's re port: RMCKIPTS. (General Fund. Hall rent L'quor licenses Liquor licenses Liquor licenses Warehouse license.- Delinquent taxes 10.00 4, nr. o.oo 4!'.00 7,425.00 ns.oo 2.00 Total I .....$12,981.00 Street and Rridge $ 12.50 Water fund 1.105.52 Total $14,099.02 Disbursements. Overdraft 217.40 Oeneral fund 1.CS5.39 Street and Fridge 6S7.2j Water fund 1,550.85 Fire fund 137.71 Total -J.298.fi0 Clerks balance ,xuu.z Outstanding onVrs 33fl.81 Treasurer's balance 10,137.23 Slnklnjr Fund. Ralanre May 1 Paid Int. on loans ... . .$ ft.320.G0 625.00 .$ 7.593.00 I tula nee June 1 Special Assessment Fund. Ral. May 1 321. Of 3S2.K0 iieceipi i Ral. Jane J '03- x hovj. i .MMWe t ma,! pc; rv A-;rx Water Fund Receipts. (.Quarter ending Mar. 31 Quarter ending Juno 30 . r Total For meters For taps, etc r. r,x. si! : 21.G3 5110. SO 21'J.OO 0 Total receipts for month ..$ Sl'J.23 DOG TAX COLLECTORS. Three Night Policemen Appointed to Get the Money. The village of Laurlum has decided to tax all dogs in the vjllage, com mencing today. Ni'jht policeman William Large, John Hunt and I!. Tin -ettl have been appointed dog tax col lectors, and will insi:;t that all owners of canines secure license tigs. If not. all unlicensed dogs will be destroyed. Dr. A. I Farnham was the lirst to pay his ilojj license, culling on Clerk Martin Frisk yesterday afternoon, and taking out the llrst tag'. It Is con tended that there are at least one thousand dogs running loose in Laur lum, hundreds of them without own ers, or at least Indifferent to the ani mals' we ".'a re . Complaints have been registered w lh the village authorities concerning the dog nulnsanee, and it has been derided to take action. There will be no let up on part of the others of the village until licenses on all dogs hive been collected, or the animals killed. Liurium has early made a point of collecting dog taxes, uud a consider able revenue has been the result. All male d gs are liable to a tax of $1 per, while owners of female ani mals must pay $3. LAURIUM BRIEFS. A daughter has been born t Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Northey. Dominie Malcliori left Monday en route to his old home in It ily. Joe I'csnard left yesterday after noon for Chicago on a short business trip. Mrs. L. MeNabb. of Laurlum, has re turned from a business trip to the ir-m country. Mrs. HJalniar Nleml of Lauiium and family have left fur Astoria, ore., to locate. Rudolph nplaud and Frank Knivel, of Iuirluni, are at Nestoria on a halt ing trip. John T. Rowe, state deputy food In spector, Is home from a visit to Ke weenaw Lay and other points. A llibhing dispatch says: A Castl gliano, illalian con. ular agent here left td.iy for Chhngo an l New Yoi'X. j He will be awav for about two weeks. I His visit Is chiefly connected w'lh personal business, although he will. ernfer with some of the eastern con sular agents while away. Attorney 10. F. Ideiidre returned yesterday from Ontonagon, where he was T'icsent nt the examination of Mrs. Laura ttannnrd, charged with murder. Circuit Judge Cooper yester day afternoon refused to admit Mrs. Ktamrd to lmil, and she will be com pelled to remain In Jail until the Sep tember term of court. 37 f KBl4iMM;l,ii?. For Safe Keeping papers, letters, documents, card in dexes, stock, cost and inventory records of value but which you can not insure should be placed in the newly perfected Stobc Cabinet Safe Made of atecl, standard in alia, to accommo data atrel unita of every description needed In perfect filing ami aafe keeping-, Insulated and Are proofed by air chamber, iruarded by Yale combination or key lock. Safety and system in the perfected Globe Cabinet Safe. We are tallini acenU for tkU city. MINING GAZETTE COMPANY i!,C.Wr QUESTION IIONISTY Of THE NATIONAL GAM PRACTICALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO FIX NATIONAL PASTIME. PAYS MANAGERS AND PLAYERS TO BE SQUARE. Honesty In baseball as it Is played today has been u much mooted ques tion among the critics of the game, but unless a man Is most biased in his opinion there can bo only one way to answer an allegation that the pas time is not on the square. Lascball, to those who really know it. needs no defense. Thoroughly under standing the game, they recognize the impossibility of It being "fixed" in any way, shape or manner. There are of course, a large number of pet sons w ho follow baseball In a supcrllcial fashion who are ready to echo the cry of "fraud" that Is raised periodically when contests of Importance are being Played. The different world's championship scries, because of their extrune close ness and the honor and large amount of money at stake, have been stigma tized privately by thousands of "wise" individuals as being fraudulently con tested. The seesaw ef victory and de feat is to them sullieient proof of the dishonesty of the games. Hark back to the final Inning of the Tigers, on OcL 14. l'JO'J. That finish should be sullieient answer to any charges of crookedness that may have been entertained against that particu lar series, and there was plenty of talk regarding the manner in which the games seesawed. No players ever would have consented to Jeopardize life and limb ns the Pittsburg base runners did in their desperate efforts to snatch victory from defeat by pre-arrange-nient. P.aschall Is honest for many reasons. The lirst and best of all is that it ac tually pays the magnates and players to be square with the public, whose patronage makes the sport In Its pro fessional aspect possible. This may read strangely to those ncqua inted with the methods of conducting some oilier sports, but it happens to be true. In 1S87, the second year of the Na tional league, a quartet of Louisville players were found guilty of "throw ing" games for the benefit of certain i pool sellers. They immediately wcia .expelled from professional baseball, and, though for cars Influence was brought to bear strongly on the league officials, reinforced by strong state ments, they were refused rcailmlttance to play the national game under the National league rules. This is the only case of dishonesty on the part of professional baseball players, and no attempt to repeat ever lias been made. BOXER MAY LOSE SIGHT. Phil Brock Must Spend Two Months In Dark Room. Cleveland. (., June , 7. Phil Frock's eyesight has gone back on him. He can seo nothing out of his right eye and very little with his left. Today he will go to tlio Huron Road hospital to spend six weeks or two months In a dark room, where he will have medical attention. Dr. Sharklcton says he doesn't see bow llrock was able to box In the last six months. He thinks the eye trouble is of that duration. The physician holds out hope for Phil's recovery froin his blindness In two months. The j tremble Is thought to he due to a cidd wnicn scitieu in me eyes. CORNELL CREW READY. Ithaca. N. Y.. June 7. There will be no changes In the Cornell crew for th ' Poughkrepsle regatta, said Ceach Courtney In discussing hi" plans ftr the balance of the time the men will row on Cayuga before they leave for the Hudson. The enrsmen will be given .light praetlce ne'xt week because of 'examinations, but after that ha1 training for the Intercollegiate nn't will begin. Mr. Courtney denied n n port that Rntrs, No. 2 oar In the boat, I would lose lils place because of poor condition. Travel Are Great, 1. SPORTING NEWS i ... i DIG FIGHT IN EAST. SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. Jack Johnson and Sam Langford May Meet on Fourth. Washington, June 7. Jack Johnson and Sam Langford will fight on the e utsklrta of Washington, Labor day. if the plans of a group of sporting men are successful and (lovernor Crothcrs of Maryland does not order eut the militia to stop the bout. On th clewing elay ef the last ses sion of the Maryland legislature, a bill was rushed through giving the right to hold all sorts of sporting and ath letic events at Cedlcge park, which ad joins lUadcnsburg, en the District of Columbia and Maryland state line. The bill consisted ef many page's. In the last paragraph there is a clause which allows unlimited boxing events to be held. The company already has leased a large tract of land adjoining Rladcns burg anl intends to start the construe tion of un arena as soon as the fighters sign up. PAPKE-SULLIVAN BOUT. World's Championship Is At Stake In Big London Contest. New York, June 7. IJoxing fans in all parts of the world will wut.h the lesult ef the world's middle weight championship bout in Imdon tomor row bctwetn Filly Pnpke and Jim Sul livan, the English tltlcholdcr. It will be the llrst real world's championship held In England for, a generation. The contest will bo staged at the Palladium, with Eugene Corrl as ref eree'. It Is anticipated that the gate will exceed that ef the Lang-Langford battle, which up to that time exceeded all previous attendances in England. Sullivan Is the best middle weight England has producer! since the dijs of Charlie Mitchell ami Jack Iturke. ami he is being liberally backed to beat Papke. O'BRIEN TO CLOSE CLUB. Claims He Has Lost $30,000 During the Past Year. Philadelphia, Pa.. June 7. Jack o' Jiriiti has announced he Is going to e lose his $100,000 llstic club, as he can not get enough attractions to make It pay. It is estimated O'Hrlen has lost more than $30,000 on his club In the last year. In one bout where Jimmy Carroll and Johnny .Le ary boxed, o' Itrien had to dig into his own pocket to the tune of $7,500. Claiming there are not enough champions to Jill his niagnillcent clubhouse-, it Is his Intern tion to turn It into a garage. o'J'.rlei avers there is absolutely no talent, ex cept for a few champions such as A In? Attell, Jaek Johnson, Ad Weilgast and Johnny Coulon, and that for minor at tractions the public cannot be Indticcel to spend their money. CICOTTE IS "COME BACK." Former Soo Twirler Pitching Great Ball For Boston. Eeldle Clcotte Is a "ceme back." A few weeks ago Roston critics were saying how the former Soo tw irh r was practically useless to the Red Sox and was due to pas's te the minors. Now they are singing his praises. Thev are expecting him to win a lot of games frem the Western Invaders. Here Is what Manager Patsy Donovan says of Cie-eitte: "Clcotte never has been In better shape. I look fer this boy to do a lot ef winning on the home park, and he surely has the right goods to deliver." SAYS CUBS WILL WIN. Chh-ago, June 7. "You may look for the Cubs t be right at the head of the preiccsshm next full when the time comes to decide which National Ixague team will take part In the world's ser ies." sna Johnny Evers. "Our team Is In better shape right now than It has been at any time since 1903." Manager MeAleer of the Washington team Is trying to land Paul Cobb, a brother of the famous Tyrus. Young Cobb Is playing with the Lincoln team and I said to be the real excitement of the Western league. Alexander the flrent continues to bag gamps for the Quakers. He is one classy pitcher, . , Father Nearly Got Drowned. OF THE WORLD Pittsburg fans figure that the Pirates are due for a winning streak now that they are playing at home. Slvanus Cregg. the young Cleve land pitcher, has about everything n genuine le-ague shooter hhould have. If the Detroit Tigers can hold their own during the Kastern trip they will be In a good position for a le:n-up when they return h e. The champion Athletics starte-d the season poorly, but when they finally caught the step they p.st no time in matehing to the front. The Cubs took the lead in the Na tional League on May L'.". in 1910, mid on May 29 this season, but they are having harder work to stick Hear the top this je-ar. In a recent game- in Roston Rill Swe eney of the Rusth rs made' a great record. Eleven chance's wit limit a bobble and the hits In five time-s up, was e 'pposite Rill's name on the score card. "Young Cy" Young, who has traveh-d from the minors to the majors, from the majors back to the bushes ami re turned euice nuie to fast society. Is pitching the winning kind for the While Sox. The- Columbus team has been a big surprise in the American Association. The Senators we re not corisielcrcd very strong, but they have1 been strangling the A. A. teams as fast us they could get to them. NORTH TAMARACK CUBS. The north Tamarack Cubs have or ganized and challenge any team hi the copper country betwee-n the ages of fi and 10. Following is the liim-up: Will Trudgeon, catche r; Wallae e Llnd strom, pitcher; Melvin Roseve-ure first; Roy Eosceare see-ond; Howard Hocking, third; Will Chinn. short stop; Roy Eddy, Paul Trudgeon and Clar ence Rem w ick, fichlet s. The Ce nte tmial se-hool team defeated the Wolverine school team at a base ball game by the score' eif f, to 2 Je; terday. Distrii t Attorney Wise brought to a snceessful conclusion the long and in volved trial e f the- me n responsible1 for the fraud connected with the promo tion e.f the Fnitcd Wire less Te legraphy eemipany. Prison jentenees for five of the convicted (l.fend.infs Include one r their "legal adviser." This is crat- if.vlng. Too many lawyers lend them selves to the work el de vising plans by which essentially fraudulent practices may be kept, if possible', m the shady side of the law. Two years In J.iil for such prostitution of legal talent will give fine opportunity to re-fleet on the conseeiuences of a lawyer's duty be trayed, and will be a powerful deter rent to others of the profession iikc mlndcd. iiii iff! mm?. ll :j 12 m fi .i.i IS m U Your Valuable Papers are aafe, whether they are in the form of letters, documents, name lists, es timates, inventories or card indexes, if they are in a newly perfected Stoke Catntttt Safe Made entirely of ateet, -lth lnterchnpreMc Interior arranirTTient secured by ue of cU'he Wernicke eetandard uteri unit to an It any Inrll. victual need or plan. Fire proof air chamber InaiiUtiVtn all round. Yale combination lurk. The Glnhe Cabinet Safe brtnea a perfect filing yatem to your office. We are cUinc agent for Uu city. MINING GAZETTE COMPANY baseball"! J STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National League. v. l, ret. 27 10 .628 27 17 .614 27 IS .f.00 25 19 .5GS 22 21 .4X9 1C 2'J .35fi 11 34 .244 Chicago New York . Philadelphia Pittsburg .. St. Lmis ... l'.iookiyn .. American League W. L. Pet. I De troit 35 12 .743 j Philadelphia 23 17 .595 Roston "i 9 ,f,5s Chicago 21 19 .C25 New York 21 21 .500 Clevelanil 19 27 .413 Washingtem 15 30 .333 St. Louis 14 31 .311 YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. Roston-St. Louis game postponed; wet grounds. R. 11. K. Chicago 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 Ox 5 7 0 l'jookl.vn 00 2 000 V0I 3 7 1 Latteries Richie and Kling; Fell and Rcrgen. II. It. 11 Pitt.' burg 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 Ox 4 8 2 New York 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 03 6 3 Latteries Leitield and Simen; Ray mond. Crundall and A. Wilson. R. IL II Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 x 5 8 1 I hiladelphia . . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O-O 6 1 Latteries Suggs and McLean; Chal mers and Dooin. American League. 'hie ago-New York game postponed; i a in. St. Louis-Roston game postponed rain. Detroit-Philadelphia game post poned; eedd weather. R. If. F. Washington 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 02 7 2 I 'h'V e land 3 5 (l 0 ll 0 0 ( K 11 1 Latteries Hughes, Kerry and smith; (Iregg and Land. Aln- American Association. Columbus. 5; Milwaukee, 1 Kansas City, Louisville, 2; Toledo, r,. St. Paul. 0. 3; Minneapolis, 10. Minneapolis, 1. D., S S, & A. Ry, Excursion Bulletin To Occasion and Dates. DETROIT, TOLEDO, CLEVELAND BUFFALO Ly Rail and Lake connecting with D. t C. steam ers having St. Ign.ice 2:00 P. M. every Saturday during June and July. Limit Sept. 15. MONTREAL Quebec, Ottawa, New Yolk, Roston and all points east Summer Tourist Fares, with limit Oct. 31st and very low Shert Limit (CO days) Round Trip Tourist Fares. On sale every day June 1st to Sept. 30th. PHILADELPHIA -Northern Raptlst Convention nnd Raptlst World Alliance June 10-12-16-19. 1911. Limit June 29, with extension feature until July 31st on pay ment of fee of $1.00. Four Spring Excursions to De troit, Ruffalo, etc., cemnectlng with steamers of D. & C. Line leaving St. Ignare June 10th. 14th. 17th and 19th. Limit three weeks. Watch for announcement of other excursions. 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