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THURSDAY, 'JUNE 29, 191f, ''X
THE CALUMET NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
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TA WL ARP. NOVA
OUR AMfciriOMi TO-MORROW
WE. Vv7U. HAVR. THr. INMi HI -TANtL
vSHTTUCP. J05T THINK'
ma, we'll im rich; Rich'
I'M all F.riTr-D about
IT MUST c'ONr-C5$;eur
WOULDN'T CCi UNDISK THCi
I CAN'T RC5ALI7F
VTT, CAN YOU?
ifflPw fife
1 Laurmm Department
LINE OF MARCH
IS DETERMINED
LAURIUM'S BIG FOURTH OF JULY
PARADE WILL TRAVERSE THE
C. t H. LOCATION
) ALSO.
liiirliiin'ti hi? I'nutth of July p;iral
will Iravtrsu tin- ulrtilH of t ho ('.
II. Imatlon a wi-ll a.s t.'ic Miitls of
I-iiii iinn. Tlil wim dyi iili il at a iin t t
Ini; of tin- cnnillllttCCH hthl last t'WIl
ami Jlc lino of inaivh was tltf
lniidy aniiomu-oil. Tlu arado will lie
a.rmlilrd in tlircu liLioiis ut '.)
nVlork. tlio llrst division on jywublc-Hr-.l.
hoiitll of Thiiil: tu sirmul ill I -
s-i" IiotuoiM xtr't. imrtli :' Third
and tin- tliirtl livl.-ion on Third xtivrt.
:i-t of lro(uoiH. Tin- jiaradv will start
Ht !i::!0 ,)loik liari. any fcatiin- that
liii-i not a.n'att'd by that time IxdiiK
miittcd. The m-foinl and third dii-
i"hs will jirocnd w-st ! Third elici t
1" rcnabiiV-vLi.rw. tU4-y .vkilJ 4.) Joinnd
by the flrnt divi.-ioii ami tin- panrant
vill tlun go north on lVuabic to
First; wi-st on h'irst and S h'o strrct ,
t 4'aliiniot iiv'iuio; soulh on 'alumot
axfiiiic to Depot; rust on I M pot and
Third uttcftH to Oxicnla; south on
nsdola t( Pourth; rust on Toiii'th t
Jh'ia; Houtli on Ifrda to Lake i.indon
iivttinc; cast on Iako Linden aviiiiii1
l'i l'l-wiiMt-; imrtli on lVwabk- to
K'Mirtli; Wrst on I'oiirth to Hi-da:
iK'ttli on llccla to Third find rust to
tin1 l'ali'stra wlirro tin- parade will
uifMHTse.
Tlio stand for the patriotic rxenl-rs
will l.e located on the eonur of Third
Hid K-'arvarne Mreet. ami in tliej
vrtit of rain, the promatn will he Kiv-j
fn at the Iuirluni town liall.
A iiovrl plan will be fallowed In
J'l'lKiiii' the r.arnde thin year. Tiie
JiuU'es, whose names will not 1m
ti until after the parade, will
h;ie an automobile and will view tho
rarndn from dilTerrnt angles, thereby
rrl Inl; at a tniieh fairer vrrdM than
"Ull be possible otherwl.-e.
PRETTY LAURIUM WEDDING.
Mts Elsie Sleep Becomes Bride of
William Whyte.
Tim home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Ship ,,f rouni.H street was the scene
a very pretty wedding at .'. o'clock
Jestcrday afternoon, when their
,,;iuv;liter. Miss lllsle Sleep, became the
'""l'i'' -r William Whyte. Hev. W. M.
Ward, pastor of the Lauriuni M. K.
vlnirrh ollitlated and the ceremony
witnessed by a large mimher of
tll' friends of the young people.
The bride was attended by Miss Ha
z,'l WJiyte, n pister of the groom, ond
Walter Sleep, n tirotber of the bride.
t';is best man. The bride wore it !
f'niiru gown of white embroidered
I'ntiste nnd enrried white nipf-i nnd
HAY BE PERMANENTLY OVERCOME
BY PROPER PERSONAL EFFORTS
WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF THE ONE
truly beneficial laxative-syrup
of figs and elixir fSenna.
which enables one to form regular
habits daily. so that assistances
JAM HAY BE 6RADUALLV DISPENSED
WITH WHEN NO LONGER NEEDED. AS THE
BT OF REMEDIES. WHEN REQUIRED.
J ETO ASSIST NATURE AND NOT TO SUP
WHT THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS, WHICH
MUST DEPEND ULTIMATELY OPOM PROPER
BOIIISHHENT. PROPER EFFORTS AND
. RIGHT LIVING GENERALLY.
ngct rrs BtNcnciflL trrECTs. Always buv the
WNUINt.SYRUPriGS AND ELIXIR SENNA
(ALIFDRNIA FlG SYRUP 0.
J0 SALE BV AIL LEADING DRUGGISTS
ONE Size ONLY. - ' PRICE SO A BOTTLE
OINGS OP
Tk.iL! i
4m 15a .r
Pn1 WILL e
i
, ' nil,
Apoyr Thai f-ow
"TllWlU A. ..
WHO
lilll.-s
honor
i'f the vallt y, w hile the maid if
was attir.d in pink mull and
I'iirried pink mm
Miss Nicholl piay-
eti id., wedding march ami Just lie-for-
the ceremony. Mi- Myrtle (Jray
rendered the vocal ho.i, ( rroinlse
Me." The Sleep residence was heau
t i I'm i de... rated for the occasion, the
color scheme belli pink and white.
Mr. and Mrs. Whyte will make their
home near the corner of Fifth and
Florida streets.
Mr. and Mis. itoycr of J'ittsburj;
were present at the ceremony.
LaundryCloutier.
The wedding of Miss Clara Laun
dry, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Adam
Laundry of Kocklaml street and
Ccoikc Ooiitlcr, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. It. Ooiitier of Lake Linden avenue
w as solemnize,! Tuesday inoridn, w ith
service in charge of Key. Fr. J. It.
I'.oissoneault of the St. Anne's church
The bride was attended by her sister,
Miss Flsie Laundry and the best man
was Joseph I'arssito, a cousin of the
Kioom. Mr. and Mrs. Cloutlcr will be
at home to their friends after July
JO, in Lauriuni.
SHOWS ARE PRAISED.
Patterson Carnival Company is Exhib
iting at Ishpeming This Week.
'out ernliiif the 1'attersoti shows,
which will be here all next week, and
which are inhibiting at
this week, the Ishpeming department
of the Mining Journal says:
Those who have witnessed the pcr
f 'niiaiiccs say there are many things
well worth seeing, and indications are
favorable for a large patronage during
the week. v. Patterson, manager of
the company has assembled a good
line of attractions. Some very amus
ing and novel features, are carried.
The wag 'ii fronts of the various
shows are atractive. They are dci'.i
rated i'i harmonizing colors, with the
numerous incandescent lights and the
grounds present a scene of brilliancy.
The feature attraction is the Patter
son trained wild animal show. This is
an unusual feature to be carried with
a carnival company, and It compares
favorably with the menageries of the
smaller circuses of the country. Slg
nor Sicastin and his herd of baby ele
pjhants made a hit with the crowds
that attended tlds performance and
Judging from the interest .-Ikhvii in
the entertainment this attraction will
be well patronized all week. Another
feature of the circus Is Princess Iixle
and her lions.
The "Nomla" Hinw which gives one
performance in the afternoon and one
each evening. Is the next big feature
t ....... ut of musical comedy and
high class vaudeville. Some thirty
orople t ike part in this performance.
The management r the Patterson
shows strictly forbids the sab- or use
of confetti, whips, come-back .balls
and other artkle- that lend to pro
mote roughness and as a result the
crowds are very orderly.
POSTAL SAVINGS BANK.
Branch to be Established in Laurium
on Saturday.
c.turdav Is the date pet for the op
en imi of the Thulium
branch of po.
tal savings banl
The Lauriuni ollice
has received
full eeiUlpinetlt I'M- Hie
irtlon of business nml I'osunast. e
t ra n
Yairo ha
received his lnstrm-lions in
the operation of the department.
mlnick Vnlre).
on of Postlliasie-r v ae-
direct charge of the po.
ro. will have
tal savings business.
Vo advices have been re.e-lve-d so far
. . ., . ..r el.n fire ile-
,,, in the rsta oiismiiein
iivnrv svstem In Lnurlmn.
but hs the
in.nprlitr seeine'd t' he
favorably un
. .went visit here, the
presse'll em io-
i- i... i.. dotd.t that the petition
h
Laurium business men will be grant
rd It I hoped that the free delivery
syMrm may be established by August
1. .
CIGAR FACTORY AFIRE.
The Laurium tire d.-P"ituient was
,ed up.-,,' late ves.erday .rirrn
, extinguish a lire at t.-e cignr fac-
te.rv comlti
ted bV ( hris leiu
cpiols street.
Is a mystery
The nrhln ef le i.ia7.
but l wn ol,t hr
lo-
D rremlted. The
fore nnv r,r(,ni
i i i
L
bulUln? v uninsured.
THE VAN LOONS-Father Might
i -
:
Pun rrt ,tr
j- pic
a .rv .
lK
a t-oNf,
HOMk"
U'CL f-LN
HE SAW BANKER WALSH.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Wills at Fort
Leavenworth.
Anion the duties of Idputy Pnited
States Marshal Jos.. ph. wills of Laur
iuni Is that of taking prisoners who
have been felitilued to the various
feiblal prisons, where they are to
serve out their time. Last week, Mr.
Wills vlsitid the prison at Fort Lea
venworth, K ii'sas. where lie accompa
nied a man sentenced to three c ar's
imprisonment on "white slave" charg
es. Mr. Wills was privileged to see pan
kcr Walsh, whose trial and conviction
was the subject of considerable inter
est a short time ago. Mr. Wills states
that the convicted banker appears to
oe little dilleicnt liom any of the
other prisoners.
COUNCIL WILL MEET.
The regular monthly meeting the;
La uiiu m council will be held on Fri
day evening, at width time the pay
loll will be squared so that toe em
ployes of the village may celebrate
the Fourth properly. No special busi
ness will be considered at this time,
hut it I., likely that a special meeting
will be held about the middle- of July
to receive the utalenie tlt of the village
!inuiices which in being prepared by
C. W. McWam
FIRST TIME IN 28 YF.AR3.
Joseph Ihnldlentone of tiutte, Mont
la visiting In Cilumct. 'Mr. Huddle-
stone is a nati-e ef Calumet, this be
is lavoraoiy impressed wiiri im:
growth of Calumet idnee that time
LAURIUM BRIEFS.
Saiuuei Maurencc of Lauriuni has
rcturntu from Pittsburg.
Mr. and IMrn. Kichard Mitchell or
Houghton w e re' in Lauriuni estcrda .
Free! Sagemilliv ln-e returned to Cal
umet fretm Minne'sota, where he has
been loralcel.
Meals will be served at th Laur
iuni M. 10. church both at noon and
supper time' all next week.
('apt. Thomas Hoats-on ami John
son 1 ian have returned from a busi
ness triii t Chicago and Indi -inapo-lis.
Richard
Kpenellll
Harvey of Chl"ngo Is
short time in L.mrlum.
by the lllne.-.a of hl.t fa-
railed
here
ther.
Have Levesipie of toe First Nation
al bank eif Laurium hi iipeiintem"iig
the harvesting vt tne crop of straw
berries from the Le-veUe farm.
4
NEW INVENTIONS.
A conttivame- for supporting limbs
of trees that are either broken or sag
ging with their own weight or a he-avy
bureh-n of fruit has be-cn ehsigne-el )y
a California man. Two Iron hoeks
have slots at bedh ends and u hole at
one end. One ef the hooks is thrown
over a sound upper limb, near the
crotch, .'lid the other Is adjusted on
the limb be low that require s support. A
piece eif strong wire Is the n fa'tened
te both liods by moans of the slots
ami perforations and pulled up til'
the sagging branch Is In proper posi
tion. The w ire is the n twisted last and
there Is no danger of Its yiehlln or
breaking, as rpe has been known to
d.i.
Sea Drives Motor.
A new form of wave motor has been
invented by n California man: Like
practically all ef the-se apparatuses it
Is designed to he opera (eel by the
ivement of the title. Two supptrts
are ete-ete.l near s.iore ami ne-ar the
top of e-a h support a shaft Is J ur
naled with sprocket wheels at either
end. landless cables, with a deep sag
tei the lower portion, run over these
vvhe'els and n series of blades are spac
ed between the tables, like the blades
of a paddle w he-el or mill vv iierl. The
moveme nt of the tide drives the blades
In whichever direction the tide Is go
ing ami sets the wlici Im revolving,
thereby generating power. The s'.iaft
on which the cables hang ran be
moved up or down on the support,
according to the height vf the water,
as the purpose of the apparatus would
f 1
. . .
C'AJt
- r .
THA.
LiOKiw'
Ahownl t) TMC
And
I'Uf
Ml AN
tWAT VOf Will
HlN THAT MUIINI. voir,
ilsl.p- VOU t'AM'T I...
"THAT. t - MAVt
be defe-ateci if both tile- uppe r and low
el strands of the caH's were ucte'd
on by the waves.
Photographs on Stone.
Lchovt r, in France, trvlng to solve
tin- problem of how to make- phot -grajdis
pe-nnaiient and free ft un all
change, has resorted to the plan of
"Jlrliig" thiiil in a furnace- upon e-n-Mneled
stone. It Is found that tile
be-st st'Uli' for the purpose' is the ba
salt loiiiul In prisms in the- extinc!
vejcanle- distrii t e.f eenlj-al . l'Vam e-.
This im k, vviiii h is e xtre irn-lv- haril
and line grained, mee Ives (In enamel
without cracks. The photographic
him Is depo-ited upon the cnatuch'cl
surface, and. alter the- photoi'ra pli has
been made, it is tired until the image,
b'-eoines unalterably ine-orpeirateel in
ilie enamel.
Suction Cotton Picker.
Now a South Carolina man .ins
e..ine forward with an apparatus In
w hich the vacuum rlii'ipto Is adapt -e-d
to e-ottoil picking. The suction Is
eause-d by a band operate eb-viee., the
maiii'iiery of which Is I'intaiiied In a
box which Is strappeel across the pick
er's suoiildera and operated by the'
turning eif a crank vvhi'ii is hebl In a
position UlVenie'llt to the vvi'lker's
light hand, lielnv the box is a sack
and leading lutei this ni'-k is a 1 ul'.
with a receiving funml, vvbMi is bebl
in the left hand. The picker wall:.
along the- lam n of ,e e e.ltoii Ii. Id.
turning the banelle that seta the ma
chinery In ope-ratlon and as be ap
proaches cotton balls vvltli Hie fun
nel lhe tlutly grovvCi la sucked off
ii iii'' drawn down into the lur;. Will:
tills apparatus one man can phis a"
much cotton In n day as a .-core can
pi.k by hand.
Uteful Window Chair.
History eloes net tell us win thrr the
Pennsylvania woman who invented
tin- window chair was a parachute ar
tist or not. It i.T certain, however, thai
she had good nerves ami supreme' e-oii-
fhle'lice ill the- stability of the device'.
The seal of the- e hair, which re sts on
the vvimlovv sill. Ii l.ept from slipin;;
out by efeiss piecea eill the- Inside ( nr
ners. The back ha i bars extcmlhi"
e! iwn. which rest against the wall be
low and support the whe b- affair,
throwing the bail; at an angle whi h
makes the chair of a reclining 1 1
nno practical use of this seat I:: by a
prison engage, in cleaning the win
dows, hut it is understood tli.it the
inventor also Intended thr.t It saould
be used by ttie-r persona In apart
ments where there was not even a
stoop on which one might sit to satis
fy a longing to be 'out of eluor.i. The
seat In not recomme-neleel to children
or heavy weights.
New Want Ada bring result
a
THEATRE
S cm
mtjiii i mm mi yTk,- i erf I
Baker & Delere
Comedy Talking, S'nging and
Dancing Artists.
ALSO
15 Kinodrome 5
Pictures
Our Next Act Is a Big
One. Watch for it
PICTURT? CHANGE FRIDAY.
J-Hfr m
Y
U li
o
Yet Wish That He WaAnlleTr
I I cl NOTHING.'
VVIUL. fAkt ALL THE.
out 0- it !
ho cm . r. lsp'
VOO Kfri THE: AUTO
ANl RSK sLL Con L.IVE1
O-CAltT wmi3:'T MaxiNC A
in. w of it;
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SPORTING DEPARTMENT
LEAGUE LEADERS TO MEET
CALUMET TEAM SATUMM
GOOD BASEBALL GAMES SCHED
ULED IN COPPER COUNTRY.
C. & H. Cricketers to Clash With Mo
hawk Team on Saturday.
There will be no scarcity cf baseball
games in the copper country tluiin:--the
next few d.tvs. On Saturday the
Meihavvk team, leaders of the- Coppel
Country league- wid come to Calumet
lo meet the locals and on Momla.v
c'aluniet will meet the- Oak Leafs team
of e'hieago at the Athletic park. Twe
games have been .M'iied u led for Tiles
day, July 1tli, when the lmals will
slat k up against the Mohawks anil
Huroiitowns, the- former in the morn
ing anil the latter In the iifte rnooii.
Only one- game is scheduled for
Sunday between Hancock and Hub
0. 11 and it is likely that thin will be
postponed as the H.encot ks ami oak
1. eifs will play on Sunday ami on the
Fourth. It la possible that an exhibi
tion game will be arranged for Sun
d iv .
The Calumet and Het-lu crie ket team
will have the hardest game' eif the
se ason Satin ilas , when It meets the
fast Mohawk team at Mohawk. While
the local. i hardly expect to win, the-.v
hope- to make a good showing. Oth-T
games scheduled for Saturday are:
cjuincy at Koarsarge-; Paiticsdalc at
i amai.it k. and Wolve rine at Mesnanl.
All eif the ee-ntests probably will be in
te resting.
The line-up of the C. AL- H. crieke t
team for Saturday's game will be a a
follows: W. Venning, L. Cad well, W.
T. Martin, T. Polkingliorne, C. Thom
as, A. Kllidt. K. Prisk, It. Uobcrts,
lalieilt, W. Pedlar, P. llosking. Ke.
serves, F. I.May. Umpire, J. p.enyiiian.
Scorer, J. C. Vincent.
PLAYER BUMPED AGAIN.
National Baseball Commission Rules
Against Jack Pficster.
Onee more the national commissi n
of baseball leaders has sit upon a
case which veeiccd an appeal of a
pla.vcr for his rights, and once more
the lewly player got it in the ih k.
The latest case- to be dee-hied against
pl.i.ver ami In favor of magnate was
the Jack Pliester claim for JMI against
the Chicago National league chile
management. Pliester, who is now
With the Louisville te-ain, beggt d the
cemimission to graut his claim for ex
pense's paid by himself on a trip from
the' Chicago chili's training camp to
the Windy eit. According to pfn-s-ter,
he made the trip to see- a spe-ci.il-1st.
on tin- order of Manager Frank
Chance, believing that his expenses
were to be paid b.V the- cl.ll. W hen he
handed In his expense account, he met
with a redd turndown and then .tak
ing that "ene In a thousand" chame-.
Pitcher Jae k appe-iU-el to the national
conimis.-ion. True to Its past re-nutation,
the commission compose-d of
leg h-ague magnates met, hail soaie
w ino ami r uled against the'pliyer and
umloubte-dly tlie all had a jj-ioet laugl:
over tlieir verdict.
CYCLISTS PLAN TOUR.
Ten of Best Riders In Game Would Go
'Round World.
Newark, N. J.. June :'0. Ten of the
b'aeling professional bicyclists In all
the- summer championship races he-re
ani'ounced recently that they would
unite- In making a tour of the world
at the c euiclusion of the six-el ly rate
In New Verk In Irecembt r. The e -c
lists plan to represent the Unitcel
States In the principal events abroad,
Including the six-da race In P.e-rlin
.mil similar ra-"es In S.veltiey nml Mel
bourne. Australia, the first to be held
on that continent. The party will In
clude Floyd Macl'ati.ind. Jatkb
ciarke. Ivcr Linsnn, Joe -dgler, L.l
die Hotd. Albert C.oulett. Paddv He
hlr, l-:ime-r Collins, Jiminie Moran ami
Willie Uenn.
Cobb, tJainer. Crawford. Mullin.
rviihnnt'y, Hrike, Willet nnd Cov'hir-
ton of the Tigers ae in the league's
.3tn) list.
NOW THAT VVIL.L DO
FOK YOU.' YOU NE.VBR
PID UlvE ME wbPIT KK
r.NOiN; now To o ANy.
IrtINC,'. I NCvtR SAVV THE.
-.& OF OUJ AND ANYWAY
WMOit. MACHinS. 16 THIS ,
I CjvESi I CAM DO '
Ai PI-hAiE VJITH MV AUTO
I'tL DE?. THE CHAlFPEVR
AND Don1? YOU FOiCT IT '
ID WOLCAST AND MORAN
ARE BOTH WORKING HARD
VIOST IMPORTANT RING BATTLE
OF YEAR ON THE FOURTH.
San
Francisco Fans Looking For
ward to Brilliant Contest.
San Franih'.ee, Ca! June :.':. With
nly a few more ilaya in which to pre
i.ire rr their July Fourth battle. Ad
A'olgast ami Owen Moran have- set
led down to the hardest kind of work.
Kadi boy realizes that he is about to
ngage in the' most important ring en
Jagenielit of his career ami nothing is
'ic-in left umloiie lo insure- the most
icifcct ph.vsic-al coiulition.
Mstcrious Lilly smith, has taken
iclivc charge of the- I iritisher's ring
work, ami will be- one of his chief
aandlcis when he enters the' ring.
Incidentally. Smith will endeavor to
condition himself to take en some of
the four-mumle-rs in his class around
San Francisco. Another shining light
in the Moran camp is Anton Lagrave,
W'olgast's opponent of several months
g".
At the coli;lu;ion ef e-ste rda v 's
work Moran tipped the beam at IliM
pounds, three pounds below the light
weight limit.
Wolga.st put in a hard day's work
at the- Seal Hoik gymnasium. Wol
gast announced his weight as 1T2
pounds.
Nei betting market has yet been an
.loutite'tl. but it is expected Woig.lst
will rule favorite at odds of 10 to S
win u the betting t eimmc-m e s.
SWIMMING TANK POPULAR.
Calumet Boys Are Deve'oping Profi
ciency at the Y. M. C. A.
"Last oin- in knows what he- Is."
Kc -r-flunk !
Ke r-dunk!
"Aw ,uit .sour sliovln' I'm thin'
this here eliviu' now
"1 ain't siiovin' g'- :: ad dive il
joii're goin" to."
And the- season Is m at the
C. A.
The instructions which were
last week by Prof. Callis are
continued by Physical director
y. m.
given
being
She-r-
wood ami others this week afid the
sport is increasing in popularity.
'Ili'.v vou guv. look here e-an you
do thisV"
The epiest loin-r stood on his hands
in the ::-toot water, and waved his feet
a couple of seconds. Up he tame sput
tering and gasping. "Can yo'.s " he
lske tl.
"Aw that's iiothiii'- looky here."
The se'i-omi boy tried to swim under
the water. Three- strokes were e nough
for him. and he came- up half strangled,
but happy as if he had swum across
the Calumet dam.
"Lookv 'here it is," one of them
was saving trj lug to swim mi his
back.
"That guy swims like an Ice wagon.
He-Tv Jim Is -sec'.'" and another tried
lo sw Im en his b.te k.
Hundreds or boys visit the 1 eae h
wei-k anil its popularit.v promisi-s to
ontinue throughout the summer sea-
CHANGE COACHING SYSTEM.
Professional Coaching May Be Done
Away With.
New Haven. Conn.. June 1".'. A
change in eetaHiing metheds for the-
Vale baseball team is expected to In
put In operatie-n next spring. The
losin of the last four games of the
season, when Vale was looke tl upon as
having one of the best teanos In .sev
eral years, maile a disastrous ending
that may possibly do away with pro
fessional coaching.
The rlectlein oT Third Hive-man
Ule-hard Meriitt was e-tted, and as
tlure Is goi'd material coming from
this ear's freshman class, together
with several plave-rs who were- mt iut
forward because the y wen- undi r-
classmcn, a liist e lass team can be-
whipped Into shape for the PH'. sea
son.
F.oton Red Ss have revlvetl the
story about a new j-aik lor next cr.
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BASEBALL
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
National League.
W. L. PcL
New Ve.rk 40 -o .635
Chicagte :!S J.'t .ii03
JMiilaeleli-hki 1'3 .lin:J
Pittsburg; oii L'li
st. iouis :tr. .."ir.c.
Cine innati -S STi .AW
Crookl.Mi --' 40 ..',::
Hostoii 14 4'J
American Leagues.
W. Lo Pet.
1 m t reelt 44 .77
Philaele-lphia II it .(ifil
New York :'.l it: .-fi7
t'hicagei . si .o::4
I '.ostein M ..'ilS
Clcvelaml .'It .4.'1'
Vu'ashington .'S 4- .'J."i4
St. Louis Hi 4 .:'08
National League.
P.. 11. K.
Pittsburg 1 0 0 0 J 0 0 0 04! X 'J
Cincinnati 0 0 el 0 a Z 0 0 1 3 7 I
P.attc i h-s Leitie Id and Simon; Cas
par, McQuillan, Kecfe ami McLean,
Clarke.
r.. h. k
I'llieag-t 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 l 1
st. iouis ii it u m : o i x-7 m 2
H.Mte rie-s -Cole, Kit hie- and (Ira
bum; Sallce ami P.rc snahan.
It II i:
I..ston 0 0 (I 0 0 0 0 0 0 ") 9 2
New Veuk 0 11 11 11 n 1 : 11 x 7 0
P.attct it s Matte in ami Kling; Mat
hew son and M.vcrs.
It. I f. K.
p.ree.kln 11 0 1 0 0 (i 0 ( 1 2 7 0
Philadelphia . . . 0 (Kiel ( 1 II 0 0 1 3 2
Latteries -- Pucker ami Hcrgen;
i'.urns ami .Moran.
American League.
I toston, Mass., June I'S. New Yeit k
i.eislon game postpoiic-d; rain.
it. ii. i:
Clcvelaml (i 2 (i 0 I! o 1 (l x f 1 3 4
I hicago 1 II o ll It II 3 0 (1 4 '. 1
Hatte l ies Falke-ribeig ami Smith;
Oimsteatl. linker, Iins.e- and Pa;.!!.
Sullivan.
Scceoitl game:
I!. H. i:.
Cle-vi land nooionii r, i 1
Chicago 0 (I 0 II II 0 .", II 03 10 4
Hatterics Mitchell ami Smith;
Scott. Pakcr, Lange and Fajne.
IMI. 12.
Washington . . .". 0 0 1 o 1 x 7 1
I hilaeb-lphia . , . 0 II 1 0 u 0 I d 1 3 1 1 1
Hatteric s iray ami Henry; Plank,
Martin and Thomas.
Second game:
It. II. 12.
Washington . .2 0 a 2 1 1 0 r, n - !i H :
Philade lphia . . 1 2 0 o ."i a 3 - Hi 1 R r.
Latteries Hughes, Sherry ami
Henry: Coeunbs and Lapp.
n. n. 12.
St. Louis 2 on a a 0 n o 2 fi 3
lictroit 00 a u il n (i 3 x - 3 f 2
Patte rie-s .Hamilton. Mitt bell and
Clarke-; Lailttc uml Stallage.
American Association.
Lemisv ille-. 3; Kansas City. 7.
Louisville. N: Kansas City, 3.
Indianapolis, 1; St. Paul. 0.
For the
Home or
Summer
Cottage
THE BEST "BEFORE MEAL
TONIC IS A GLASS OF CALU
MET BEER.
ORDER A CASE SENT TO
DAY. CALUMET BREWING CO.
Phone 274.
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