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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PACK SEVEN I HE VAN LOONS-And in the Mean Time Father is Shy of Those Coronation Invitations HAPPY to nM- VAST FOJINEVJ HUFH nrr- irAVMC TME STATtJ "HAT Wl TIC-RTJ T TM& f' THAT I S Al I VloTT IF . VAN I Ai-lftU rRoviDP rok vou -,'W"''''''' X I T"..k. I I g- i . - M-M w a H --a-i 1 1 . X I . . ... -a i I -r : i i ' . i . . u - I I I pcr x i i j r i " i " -" : ...i : , - -zzzzzzz I Laurium Department COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT SACRED HEART TONIGHT JUDGE-ELECT P. H. O'BRIEN GIVE MAIN ADDRESS. TO Members of Graduating Class Art En tsrtained at Breakfast. Tli tneinbt-rs of th. graduating class f the ShcitiI I hart lii;h kcIhmiI wo it fiitdiainod Ht "J tlmk l)ioaklnst this incpiiiiiiK y tile Si.st is ill' Nolio liaiiio. Mif ontort Jiiiiiiont toc.K inace hi (Iio i t'inont, iind Kli t won n si ntt d to the graduate. rMio to-asi.n piuvod u try I'lt-asant nm. Tlio oommciiffinrnt exorcises will lu held at X o'clock this evening at tin Satred Heart a nditoilnin. Judge-elect I. II. u'lirlon will deliver the com mencement address and a very attrac tive program has heeu arranged, in which the Sacred Heart orchestra will lender several selections lnd the honor Miidents will render their orations. Medals and premiums will lo award d to the inemliers of the t lass who haw earned them and dlplomaN will lie I'irsuiUd. Following is the complete program for the exercises: l'i occasional S. H. H. s. Orchestr.i. Ka 1 1 1 1 a t o r y K i as a be t h Mantz. Musi,- orchestra. The Heavens .Me- Telling 1 1. S. horns. J'l.iss Song Class of 1!M1. Violin Solo r.ronislaus I'lin.vtiub. Hicthoven Theme with Variations int-S iens, Irene Trtidell and (Jcno vleve Mc; rath. Valedictory - Joseph Foreman. Mti.dc irchewtra. Address Hon. J II. fi'Hilen. Presentation of liplom.i3 and award Inj; of mcdala and premiums. Incisional Orchestra. und lm. t or Its kind the village h is eer had. Through an unintentional omission, the name of Juh I'ivussc va. iio( published with the list or committees Him iiinced last evening. Mr. I'lousse will he on tin: parade committee mid has arranged for very interest U,k features. Sandow Merles, old-time ijianl. has been aeting as sul.:.t i I ut e umpire on the I'a. ilic mast .tut inK the IIIiic.sk of a regular otlicial. "Can Mike Iiotiliu come ba k?" in a luisebnll bromide l-ariy I,ajoie has batted ."mi for H seasons. YRIC AT THE LAURIUM PARK. ; Thrte Circuses and Patterson Com-1 pany Will Provide Amusement. I Three circuses i;e been secure. i I for the Iiurlum Prlving park Ibis' lumuier. The Yankee Koldnson sliowj will lie lore next (Monday, while Sun' liios. circus will follow on July 17. oni July LTi the Coulller shows ale bookeii. i Tilt Houghton County EliH trlc Ught company has secured the contract toj erect iiolcs and run feed wire:. In to the park "M the occasion of tliej visit or the Patterson Carnival com pany to the park during the week of .Inly I ourth. The carnival company wll get all of Its electricity from the ocal company. When the Patterson shows are lit up at night they pic sent a veritable fairy land. The fence at the park Is being place I in llrst-class oonditlMi. Water pipe a No are being extended to die park for the ukp of the Patterson nun. pany. TO WED ON JUNE 27. CESStiEflKM THEATER TO-NIGHT The Best Program of the Season The Quarrel on the Glill The Carnival I e Punchers New Love In the Days ol Hero . SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD ' X MACK'S If.HIIII THE GREATEST COLLING. BARRY AND DAKLR ARE FASTEST TRIO IN BIG LEAGUES SURPASS CUB STARS The Athletic lutleld Harry Davis, Kddie i 'oil inn. Jack I tarry and Krank Itaker Is the greatest ililicld in hasc ball, suet ceding the womlci fill Culi ina t liinc ol Chance, I'scrs. Tinker and Sleililehlt. The t.bljCuli tpiarlct has liecn broken up; livers no loader play.-. reglllally and Sleiufebll was r leased, but it is tlelialaldc II (he Culi lour ir Its palmy tl i.vs was nti, better than tin Athletic tiuaitet Chance always was and Is still a better llrst baveman than Harry Uaxis. but man for man th jAlhlt ticn excel in thy other positions, j The old Cub i 1 1 f i -1 I was the greatest I since llnr.hc.v .leni'iiigs ,uiil ,o!in Mc 'Craw itariid with t ho Ha It :an I e H i joles. Tlie Pallimore inlieiil was Hit 'gicatc.vt up to its lime, then came th Cubs and now the Athletics. Where and how does the Athlcth ln tiell surpass all others of the Ameri can ami National leagues' The answer: There are no three in ficlders on any other team who com bii'o natural ability with baseball In telligence as do Collins, I'.arry and Itaker. There three pla.ver.t go through game alter game without 1 . i 1 1 g a single ball n the wrong hound, and they are fast ami have yooil arms. Collins and Parry guage a ball thai "hops"' to them better than any other pair of inlh -hit rs at m rnml base, liv ers and Tinker at their best may have eiualled Collins and Harry, but equalled Is Hie best the Cub pair over lid. They get ecry bail that 'hops'" U the rinht "hop," which is at the right height lo make the play sale and to be ready o throw the instant alter the ball Is in their hands. Piker cannot play the right "hop" i:s Collins ami Parry do because he has neither room nor time at third base to come in or go back mi the bill. nit lie handles less half "hops" than ui. other third baseman. A half hop s a short bound. Paker Is plar; a better game at third Ibt.; scison than Ht'lry T.-rd. Mid be has the While Sox Mar laded ia an all aropml player I. old Is clever sp Is whil. time.' Pol i -Pal;t r, and lie bx.lv ball. P iker is good a I! plaiiig deeper eems afraid of the the than lie W DEATH OF HARRY COBB. of Portage Lake Fiybt Fans Learn Pi-ssituj With Renret. Copper countr.x fight rans will regret tliis week of the death of Harry Cobb, the well known pugilist in an accident at I'clioit. c,d,i, was well known in the Portage Pake district he having ou:,ht m vi ral important battles there. The accident in which Cobb met bis death was of an unusual nature. He was list seen alive w liking along a railroad track, and it Is presumed that b (tumbled ami tell on his bead, being stunned by striking a tic. As be lay there a passing car stnu k him and tore away a portion of l is : kull I Hi Ids person were found sigred articles for a light in Whi'li he was to have par ticipated on July I at iMluth. Cobb was a tall angular lighter, i b v- er ami game to the core, but he l.t.'ked j lot the pumb lo bring him to the top ot the pugilistic ladder. Humboldt for bis world's championship match with Hat keiischmidt, and will not ;o to Minneapolis, as be thought ;'t liist, because of being unable pi I i i I a suitable place there The big fellow is ill excellent shape, though a tdt he.'IV.. C.otcll will Hot get tloWII to business seriously for some time t. At present lie is indulging in baseball games between the fats and the leans in Humboldt, doing road work and tak ing many automobile rides. JONES PICKS ATHLETICS. GOTCH PLANS TRAINING Humbol ot h ha: It. Iowa. June secured training 1 . V rank quarters in i sKtli pl.o Former Leader of White Sox Express es His Opinion. Kieldcr A. Jones, for ears manager of Hi,. Chicago White Sox. and one or the most conspicuous tigurcs In the major leagues up till a tc years ago, picks the Athletics to win the Ameri can League Hag, "The Athletes;' pitchers are goill'T bad. and In many of the gums tbc have lost this .Mar liny have made a t runs." sa.vs Joms. "That corps of pitchers lire go'iig to get ligM pref ix soon and then, unless 1 miss my guess. tbex'll come fa.t. Shm'l-.. what's that lead Ietrojt Ins now! !; member how far behind we were lab in Jul. P.'uii, when we tame i;p from ami won the pennant." The announcement of the approach ing wedding t.f Miss 4 il.itly h Hall, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Ceoige Hall. Sr.. oT I.aurium, to Assistant-Proseeiil -ing Attorney John l. Kerr, was made today. Tilt event will be liolelllllieil at the Hall residence on June .7. MEET WITH APPROVAL. in Plans for Celebration of Fourth Laurium are Pleasing. The announcement that Laurium is f"h'g to have a rousing Fourth of July celebration 1.4 meeting with gen- iai approval in the village. The fact that tho Patterson Carnival company will be on band during the week of the Fourth leads tho business men to believe that hundreds of out-of-town people will help Laurium celebrate. Another pleasing feature 13 t'ie an nouncement that residents of First pi root. Laurium, will not celebrate In Mvpiually this year, but will Join in tho bigger celebration that will embrace the whole village. The com mittee named by President Joseph A Ills are energetic business men. and can be rolled upon to do their iitin st make the celebration the biggest MAY PROVE FATAL When WilJ Calumet People Learn the Importance of It? Uackach Is only a Flmple thlnt t first; 'fut when you know 'tin from the Kidneys; That serlnun kidney trouble follow; That diabetes. Itrlghts disean- may be the fatal end, You will gladly profit by the follow "K experience. 'Tin the honest statement of a mif 'Frr who was cured. r'1nrle8 .1. Llnd.-uest. H2 Hecla t., Murium, Mich., wiya: "I wa both "M for a lonjr time iby kidney com-M-lnt and nothing helped me In the Ifnit. There, wa nnich nellmont In ,n kidney necretlonB ami the passage'' ttere Irregular nml painful. M.v back rlied a great deal ami whenever I r'iRht cold, It settletl In tny kidney.i. ""ikln ,ny condition worse. Doan'n Kidney lll9 effoctod a coinidete cure n,,,l during; the past two years there been no recurrence of the trouble. 1 ftdadiy confirm my former public en WPin,.nt of !),,- Kidney Pill" Fvr Halo by nil dealers. Price. 50 "ls. Tostor Mllbuni .. Puffalo. New York, ole agents for the Tidied ftatea, ncmenibiM. tit t,.i.v.nTVinii'a .and LAURIUM BRIEFS. Mr. and Mr.. August Hilden of Laur ium have left for MoKoiz, South Dakota, a here tliey w ill spend an ex tended vacation. Deputy Came Warden John T. Mac I'onald tf Laurium. last evening se cured a young fawn which had been run d iwn and kilb'tl by dogs in the vicinity of the lake shore. The earcasn was shipped to the tJtiotl Will Farm. Mrs. Robert C. Murphy left this morning for the lren country w iierc she will visit for several weeks. Mrs. A. M. Warner, of Si dune tady, N. Y, Is visiting Iiurlum friends. A Fon has been born to Mr. and Mrs. H.lalmar Noruin, of Florida street, L'i u rlu 111. n M w fij'W iwify-iww-j in lin "Tt MsMaA hitil lalWasaafaTaali sWIiallliaii Mm '2EZ 2L CALUMET VS. HURONTOWN. Fane Will Have Opportunity to See OP! Favorites. Local baseball fans will have an op portunity Saturday to see one of the best baseball games of the season, when the Calumet and llurontown teanm clash at Hie Athletic Park in a tegular league game. As Calumet ami Mohawk are now ,tled for the leader ship of the league with llurontown with but a few points behind, the re sult of Saturday's game will either strengthen the locals position, or cause I hem to drop to third place. Included In the llurontown line-up are several old favorites with the Cal umet fans, Including Nick Kaiser and Pill Mutter, who for years represented Calumet on the diamond. Wagner, who has played with Calumet. Mathewson, who was raised In this city ami oth ers. Manager Horklns has gotten to gether a team, however, that can cope with these veterans and there Is no doubt Ibnt the Saturday contest will be one of much Interest. JOHNNY KLING RETIRES. Chicago. June 14. In n b tttr to the oftVlaH of tho Mosion nasenmi emu of the National league, Catcher Johnny Kllng. tradetl from the Chicago club Friday. h:i announced bin Intention of retiring from baseball lie is sain 10 have given ns his reason that Itoston Is too Tar from his private Interests In Kansas City, Hill James, the new Cleveland pitt b- .. . . n..t Afiwirlrnn liilfnnt OT, I" lUO lailt'fM mo ...ti- it,, .iniid C feet I1 inches if Hi I v I) wJ ; The Hopes and the Joys of the Girl 4 Dainty slippers, suade, velvet nd satin pumcs, tan, patent and dull ox fords we Imve them in various styles Graduate The J. tS. K. shoe for Young Women will appeal to you most it is stylish rnd fits with peifect comfort the shoe that "fits the arch." Are wrapped up just now in thoughts cf parties, dances, class receptions and the eventful day of graduation. Your tjovvns have probably been selected but bow about your shoes and slip pers? You'll need several different pairs to match your gowns and the oc casion. Don't delay until it's too lata to get what you want come in NOW end let us help you tn get styles that will please you. rVi frr K N BROS. We want you to see our "Tramp Shoe" for Athletic Ladies Strap Pumps $2 to $5 Fashion says "Str.p Pumps fnr Summer 1911." There is no mora sensible or beautiful footwear. N" slipping at the heel nor chafing the tendons. Mad just right for style, too. We havo a sphndid line at $2.00 to $5.C0. PUMPS made for us by Utz & Dunn and Julian tt Ko kenge, which it a guarantee of right styles. We want to show you this beautiful new low cut. in look them over. AH styles cf Oxfords, Pumps and Ties. Come inn - In height. tak no other.