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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 191T. 3?
THE CALUMET NEWS.'
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DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS-Well, Father Got His Inheritance at Last
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LAW V UK IN CHAkCfc WILL
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A MALP MOUK AHt 'U
WHEN CcMf. HA( K IHjh
MR. O.VAN lOOKl f KOM
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VAN IOOH liCrATIi
TIL IOUK THIS UP AT
AM Vr.S MtWK IT IS
OiCAK VAN LOO H or
THF. UNIT vj STAfcS'"
WANT T CONCMlftA7C
VOU MR OSCAt VAN LOON.
YOU rtHK 1M. MAIN UNf
l-ICIAKV. YOf K SHAKL WILL
AMOUN1 , IN AMS-KICA
MWuy, To AfJor
LlCMf-HUNWa D AND
rmu1 N- IMOUiAND ,
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THANK Y&u"T"
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HAvr.. r-iy NAMC: MAtt
OUT wrCH . MY NAME
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Laurium Department I
II. KEIIL WRITES
Of GREAT TRIP
LAURIUM BOY ON BOArtD BAT
TLESHIP CONNECTICUT
TELLS OF EXPERIENCES
, . IN LONDON.
H;ii v',v K hi, Mm of Mr. ami Mrs.
"VH I in tn K hi. who Is ii Mi'Mt -ila.'.s lln -
III. HI nil till' Ilillllip fnlllHTllcilt lif
lh' r. S. n;ivy, writes iitH.(ininslv
f 111" ri'tcllt tli til I'llI'oiii'iUl WiltiTM,
with a jiart .f th. Atiantlo Ih-ct.
He ."tattM that thf Ciitirn'clh iil h it
-Ni'W inik yr.tiT.lay nmruinir fur
tMoiiiit hh :ay, 11. I., when- (hi- He
M'ni's an In ! taken on hoaiil fur
1'i.ninf iiiiiim ji iii iTlll-cs. He also
tills nf tin r.-r.iit rflcbratioti at Fall
fiivi-r. whi.h was att.n.l.-d l.y I'nsi-
ilint Taft, Mho am almanl tin' t'i,n-
iHH tU ut, ami Itr jn tm1 h r.
Si-aKin; i.r hi FuiniH-aii trip, Mr.
Kihl Mat.M that th.y hail a fine time.
IN- says; -UV '-tupm-il at Wvymoiith.
a well known English "iimtm r rimnt.
hIm-iu IMi milr.s from r.un.l.in. Tim
l'i.l nia.M.r of th. ii- of I.(,ii,l,,ii ,.n.
iliiiiicil us, iirovlilimj HpiM ial trains
iir trip to Lou,!. in. am liamimt!ii'
at tin- i.l,l ' I Istoiii- Cnil.l
r' ilrlvi n arniunl thf ity
nml nuv many sii;hts. 'a
MONTHLY BIRTH REPORT.
VillaKi- CI. ik M. it tin Pri-U, of I,aur
t un. statr.s that thi ic wi re J l.irthn
ID il.atli: in (. vill.iv.e f'.r the
mi nth of June, liuth id,- hirtli ami
ih ath list.a are about normal.
LAURIUM BRIEFS. Z
was
I.aur-
l.ft last
re from
1 1 1 i his
t
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I'.UIlll of
ball. U
f I-,U,llll
114
Kin- taken to Ambassador 3Jfl,r
.-iinl,.n resbleme, ami entertained
villi a lumh tlnre. Ambassador and
Mir. lb id : hook lianas personally with
ii.v Jackie. We ppent 'Xaitly four
fl.txs In London and vl.lted all or the
l ilui-e.-, ami also the Tower of I,ou
1"ii, where we were granted the priv
ilege of in.-peitlnjf the Towns and
jtwels wurn by the kirn; and ipie-n at
tin- reeerit coronation.
"We stopped at CherboiirK', I 'ranee,
alter leaving I tilt I h waters, ami had
nice time there, although we coiil,
not fpeak French. Some of the boys
vent v.n to Pails. I was not so for
tunate. However, those who -tayed
on board the rlilp or In Oierbotirt:.
v.rr,. Fpb.ndldly enlertiined and wo
"b bad entertalninents on board
'dp. The Kiirope.in trip wm une of
the best 1 have had kIikt 1 Joined Fn--!
Sam's navy."
David Vivian of Cav
iuni visitor ye'derday.
Wllho Inka. of Laurium
evening for the west.
Charles Drew has arrived h
Cornwall, Fni?.. and will in.dve
future home.
Henry Williams of Ii uriiini. Is
f-'pemliiif tin- week at Ontonagon
county jioints.
.1. C. Hansen. H. D.inii II and i:. V.
Past have been ."petnll 11 1; a few days
lehiiitf at otter liiver.
Charb- MiiKford of .First rtleet,
l aurium, is home from a fTiort visit
with I j I - r.imily at Kap.le Harbor.
Mrs. :. T. Mit.hell lias umbrKoiie
an operation nt the Calumet Publlo
In Kpltal in Iauriimi.
M. F. ii'Prb-fi, prerident and ener-
: I inana.-er of the Detroit Life Jn
snrame company, of Detroit, Is f-pend-
i ii. j; a few days In F iurliiin.
The funeral of the late William P.
Ilaby of J,aurium, took place yester
day afternoon, wltb .vertices at the
residence. Rev. D. Stalker ofllciatin.tr.
Andrew Hurtle of T.auriirm. .harmed
with assault and battery by his wife,
has been sent to the county jail for a
term of thirty days by .lu tlcc Arniit
of i.uirium. in onbr that bin sanity
may be Impiired into.
hard as .steel. When one breathes a
powder like the very finest snow falls
at one's feet. It is ."-aid that there are
b ! s forms of insect life here than else,
where in the world, and mine of those
found are not found el.u w lu re, seem
ingly having bi en treated especially to
Inhabit such a frigid region. Some of
the si:;li:il-se vice i tricials declare that
lll'i-l i'f the severe Cold waves that
f-weip across the North American con
timnt hae thtlr oiiijin in Vtikho
knsk. The wind blows a p rftct 'ale
almost all the time, and that discom
fort, added to the low temperature,
would ititalnly make this a very un
pleasant pi. ice In which to Kpend the
w inter. Hal pel 's.
A BattU of Languages.
Threo or four languages strove for
mastery in ancient (Jnul, which 1 now
France. German was spoken by the
115.000 Frank Invaders. Popular Latin
wns spoken by 0.000.000 (Jallo-Itoiuans.
Literary Latin was the language of tu
church and of literature. Low Latin
wan ofterward tho language of the nd
ministration. (Serman was tho tirst to
succumb. In four centuries it ceased
to bo understood by tho soldiers, and
in seventy years more It had become
an object of ridicule. Hut it survives
in more than 000 words, expressing the
things ot government, law and war,
and thus forms no insignificant part
of tho French language.
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SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD
BIG UPHEAVAL
DUE FOR YALE
STUDENTS SMART UNDER STING
ING DEFEATS ON FIELD
AND WATER SUSTAINED
BY YALE.
COLDEST PLACE ON EARTH.
READ THE NEWS WANT ADS. 4
What I:' said to be the coldest place
oil the elobe is the legion of Velk
I'olensk. Siberia. Here a convb t
station, but during most of the year
no guards are needed to keep the pris
oners from runnini; away, for In the
more revere portions nf (be winter no
liing creature ran remain In the open,
and during the three most severe
months, when the temperature some
Units falls to XT, degrees below mTii,
nn one dares to venture out for more
than a few moments at a time. Ordin
ary steel tools will Kliap bke glass, and
unseasoned wood becomes almost as
Corpse Rings.
The sailor of the old foshloned. shell
back class always wean n corpse ring.
This is n plain band of silver or gold,
inscribed within with the sailor's name
and iKirt. Corpse rings are worn for
tho purpose of Idrntlflp.ntlon In case of
death by drowning through shipwreck,
etc. The shellback sailor can never
swim, nnd he looks forward calmly to
dying suddenly beneath tbe sea. In
deed, he usually prefers such n death
to n lingering one in hospital. Buffalo
Express.
How He Got Out.
"No." said Woodby. "1 don't see
Wiseman at all any more. He ba9
dropped out of our social set"
"lie tells a different story," remarked
Slnnlckson.
Indeed!"
"Yes; he claims !io has climbed out"
Catholic Standard.
olh the
ami the
eastern
on the
The Optimist.
"Ton're looking blue. doc. What'i
the matter?"
"Well. I'll tell yon. A patient I be
gan to treat died this morning.'
"Ah. cheer up. IU might have died
even if you hadn't been called." To
ledo Blade.
Cool
HCozy
LT
RIC
THE HOME OF HIGH CLASS
VAUDEVILLE
Where livery body does
Well
TONIGHT A real novelty in the
form of an Egyptian Snake
Dancer the original
LAURIUM
Lady Cameo
Peautlful Fgjptian Introducing the Inimitable dancer in her original i nation EGYPTIAN SNAaE DANCE,
aJtVi!V"- wiUl ,l,,n "f "UK'' snakes completely under her control. t
4 BIG FEATURE FILMS
New Haven, Conn., July 6. It is
generally believed here that a big up
heaval is pending in Yale athhths.
Yale has lost every series In the four
major sports this jcur, except football,
and hi this its team f.liied to defeat
Harvard and was defeated by lirown
ami West Point. For the llrst llim
the track team was defeated by Prince
ton, the baseball nine lost 1
llaivard and Princeton rerles
crew was defeated by every
university f f any importance
water exi ept Columbia.
It is understood that two of the iu
eif.elits of the reforms will be the tiiibt
that two of the professional roaches.
John Kennedy nf the crew, ami Filly
f.ush of the baseball nine, must make
for their places.
Several different movements are on
foot to displace Kennedy, and at least
one to displace Lush. The latter Is
headed by a faction of former Yale
players who wish to see Johnny Hvers
of Chicago become the baseball coach.
Another attack, this on both I.ush and
Kennedy, Is headed by a faction com
posed of faculty members and old
pla.ers. They would have professional
coaches abolished altogether.
Fob Cook, the former Vale rowing
co. nil and captain. Is at the head of
one attempt to displace Kennedy.
Cook wants to bring back Jim Kodg
ers, the former Yale oarsman and
football captain, as head rowing coat b.
Another attempt to oust Kennedy Is
headed by Alfred Cowles. of Chicago,
captain of the 'varsity 'Sfi crew.
The proposed reforms go farther,
however, than the replacing of two
or thiee professional roaches in the
university. Among the things con
templaletl is a sjstein of athletic con
trol width shall not leave the cap
tains supreme.
HOW NEW YORKTWIRUR
DEVELOPED BEST CURV
OLD BACKSTOP TELLS HOW
PRACTICED IN GAMES.
Had
Wonderful Shoot But Could
Control It Perfectly.
HE
Not
Sid Smith,
Young, was
back in the
''l ord had
the backstop who caught
also Puss Ford's catcher
Atlanta days.
a world t.l st lift then, re
marked Smith the other day. "but wa
unable to control it. I began no'itln,
mat wun two oui ami iioiioity on nasi
Ruks would start shooting up tin
iiuccrcst collection of jumps and
breaks to a ball that I had eve se
liny ware almost as hard to catch as
they were to hit. The only ttoubb
was that he couldn't get them over
Put Puss kept on Working at thest
freak breaks ami any time two win
tint we nil knew that it was a pipe for
the next man to walk. Tin n he would
drop back on his straight stuff again.
"It was his idea to practice these
shoots not only in warming up but also
in a game whenever the chance pre
sented. He began to get better con
trol all along until he hail at list mas
tered these shoots that no one else ran
duplicate. For, altlioiit-Ji I caught him
two years, he would never tell me the
secret of the tjiiitk jump which be put
on the ball. Anil he was about as
much on it as any one who ever walked
up to the top of the mound."
GOOD CRICKET MATCHES
SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY
PAINESDALE AND MOHAWK
MEET AT PAINESDALE.
TO
Mesnard and C. . H. Teams to Fight
For Tail End Position.
JACK POWELL IS VETERAN.
Next to Cy Young He is Oldest Pitch
er in Mjjors.
Jack Powell of the St. I.ouls llmwus
is n sttitly of endurance. Next to Cy
Young he is the veteran of the big
league pitchers. He always has
pitched a good nwiny games every
year, and it Is possible that his diam
ond longevity is due to the fact that
I he has the easiest of deliveries. He
swings his arm with the least possible
strain.
; This Is Powell's fifteenth year In the
big leagues, Fp to Pill he plt-hed in
4. .i games, winning 22! of them and
I losing 221. He has averaged 3." games
i a year for 14 years. He began in IS'.iT
I with thp t'levelands and that year won
games and lost 12. In 1S'S be won
! :I4 gnnies for Cleveland ami lost 1..
jlle pitched for the St. I-nils National
In lS!in. l!ti)i) and P'01, his respective
winnings ami defeats for those three
seasons being as follows: 22, 17 anil
P); 1!), IS ami IS. He was with the
'st. 1'iils Anieiicans in Fu2 and F.ii3.
(Winning 22 games and losilig 17 in
pu2. and winning 1"i ami losing 17 in
i l!il3. In P(4 for the New York Am
ericans he won 2.1 games and lost F
Since then he has been with the St.
I I.ouls P.rowns w ith the follow ing wins
nnd losses: Hiii.".. 11. 14; 13, 14;
P.ioT, 1.1, Ifi; liios. K,. 13: F0'.. 12
1910. 7, 11.
16;
FLICK QUITS BASEBALL.
Toledo. .. July C President Ar
mour of the Toledo baseball club has
announced that Flimr Flick, right
llelder of the team, has quit baseball
to go Into business In Cleveland. Flick
told members that be Intended quit
ting. Armour said: Flick lift for
Clew land, dccUttng to Pitcher Uas
ketts that he would not return.
Some very Interesting cricket mat
ches are scheduled for Saturday In the
copper country. Mohawk nml Paines
dale will clash on the Grounds of the
latter team and a gnat game is ex
pected. The brilliant showing made
by Palnestlale against Tamarack last
Saturday, makes It certain that that
team will be heard from In the rare
from now on, and many of the cricket
lovers predict that Mohawk will en
counter its first defeat Saturday.
Kearsarge and Wolverine will try con
clusions n the Wolverine grounds and
as these teams are very evt nly match
ed, the outcome will be very interest
ing. Tamarack ami tjulncy will meet
at (Julncy, and on the C. K- 11. pitch,
the Mesnard and C. II. teams will
fight it out for' the cellar position in
the percentage column.
The line-up of the C. & ii. Vain for
this match is: W. Yenning. C. Thom
as. I ... Cadwell. T. Polldnghorne. A. Kl-
liott. W. Pedlar. K. Frisk. U Phillips,
J. Trevaskis. U. penmtts. P. Huberts;
escrves, F. Flliott. S. Husking; um
pire, J. Perry man; scour. J. C. Vin
cent.
There are no baseball games sche
duled fur Saturday but the Calumet
team will play at Hancock on Sunday.
As the ll.inou k aggregation has Imm n
greatly Improved by the signing of
Calnau and Kratt as a battery, ami is
now in third place, it is believed the
game will be a close one. Kctiwiik and
iray probably will be the Calumet
battery.
ei in the
trouble in
season."
National. He has
week than Fan has
niuie
In a
GWINN CORNISH WRESTLING.
Ziehr Takes Fust Money and Dick
Johns of Tamarack Second.
i ne i orni.-.n uiistluiu tournament
held at Ciwinn, .Marquette county.
Wednesday blolll-ht togcthcl the best
known Cornish wre.--tleis in norther
Michigan, among them be
Ziehr, Dnk Johns. William p.
and others. 7u hr of Caluim t
tie trouble ia winning his way
the tourney and taking first
despite the fact that he w. lit
a grinding tournami nt on th,
in:; Jo
II berth
bad lit
througl
money
t hroug
' Solltl
Range the day In fore. Dick Johns
laniaratk. a lightweight of 12
I ii n inls, took second money. Tliir
money was taken by William Pen
bcrlhy of Ishpeming and Harrv Tie
vetluc, also of Ishpeming. tool; fourth
The wrestling game is not whit I
USed to be 111 tile iron and copper ilis
tiicti but it bids fair, after two sin
line tournaments as were held on tin
ange ami ai i,,liin. to coin.- hack m-
o popular favor. P.oth tournament
icir witnessed by Very large crowd
f followers and lovers of the game.
PITCHLRS IN B AC SHAPE.
t n
. Set IMS as if
! c out Inue to j ,r.
V to Manager
i'.civ. I.afitte and
the complaining iist
till In a inn, lit i, hi that keeps tin
r in a state of nt rvoiisnes.
D i. ..it
a .i'ii''''
l.l:ings.
' ii'iiri rs
Miiitiii's
itch, r
if wo
Mullin
nic or
K.sc I
pla-
lli
sleep is affected. Iititte Fivelv and
Summers are troubled with sore sli,.ul-
bis. Trainer 1 utblll's efforts have
ept the pitchers in pretty gootl condi
tion, but they are all complaining just
the same, it Is the first time- in Dive
baseball expericnc-e that he ha
bad a sore arm.
TWO MINUTE TROTTERS.
Two trotters are expe't-d to Join
the two-niinuto class f isoii The
Harve ster. 2:01; am ; . nisa M aid
.VOt'i. Only three trotters have ever
done 2:00 or better I.ou Dillon, l:..sv.,
with a wind shield: Fblan. l:."s-, and
Major Delmar. l:r.fl.
BASEBALL
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
National League.
W. I Per.
Philadelphia II 27 .fiju
Chicago 42 2 fi .f. 1 S
New Yolk 13 2S .1,111;
Pittsburg r. So .r.i;-,
St. Fouls y .it .r.r.T
c'ncinnitl 2'' "'. .FY.
Prooklyn 2; 43 .377
Lofton 18 f.t .229
PLAYERS ARE ORDERLY.
No American Leaguer Has Been
Suspended This Seaton.
Finplre Filly Fvans talN attention
to the fact that hp to date not one
player In the American league has been
tinetl e.r suspended for Miisconduct on
the field.
I was talking to President Johnson
only a day or two ago." aid Pilly.
nnd he spoke with a good ileal of
pride nhoiit this e ty re m nkable tve-
rd. He-re' the Season Is ove r tell Weeks
Id, and not once has an umpire found
It necessary to report a player to the
ln que presld.-nt. I doubt If any mien
record ever made before in any
leagues Tfc.nk of poor Tom Lynch ov-
Collins & Peterson
LICENSED
Embalmers and
Undertakers.
it
;n.,
C A. .,
Up-to-date parlors 413 Pine St.
Efficient and prompt service both
day and night,
PICTURE FRAMING.
Parlor 'phone 623. Collins resi
dence 119. Peterson residence &?5J.
American Leagues
W. U Pet
Iitioit 23 .676
Pailatblphia 47 22 .671
Ne w York 27 S2
hitago 3 31 .023
poMon 3 34 .014
l b v land 31 40 .459
lesbingtoti 2fi 4li .361
St Ltiuls IS 51 .261
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
National League.
II
14 3
11 1
Ma-
Pliiladelphia ...1 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 x 6
N e w York 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 04
Fatteries F.urns and Dooin;
tlewson and .Myers, Wilson.
Secoml game
r.. ii. v.
Phil adelphia . . 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 G 4
N"w York 2 3 1 0 0 O2O2 10 11 2
Fattt lies Rowan, Chalmers, stack.
Humphries and Dooin. Madden; Mir-
piard ami .Myers, Wilson.
It. II. E.
Fostori 0 000 1 0 0 0 1 2 H 2
Pi'ooklMi 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 Ox 5 7 2
l atttrits We aver, T ler, CJiiftin
and Klinq; ltucke r ami F. rgen.
R II. K.
Pittsburg . . . . . .2 0 0 o 1 o 0 3 x 6 8 2
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 03 9 1
p.itteries le-ifW Id and Simon; Sal
lee, Ceyer ui.tl I Hiss,
American League.
R. H. E.
Phil itb ldiia . . .0 ii o 3 1 1 o 2 1 s 12 n
New York 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 ! li 3
Fatteries Plank, Ft ndcr. Krause,
Leonard and Thomas, Lapp: Ford.
Warhop, Caldwell uutl Swe-eney, Flair.
It. II. R.
P.oston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 6 3
Washington . . . 0 1 0 u 1 0 4 0 1 7 7 1
Fatteries Pape. Alos.-r, Collins and
Williams; Johnson and Henry.
r. ir. p.
Cle ve land 1 0 S S 0 0 0 0 x 11 14 2
St. Louis OT. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 2
Fatteries Harkness, Krapp and
Tsher; Mitdiell, Hamilton, IVIty and
Kritihell, Claike.
Ii. II. EI
Chicago 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 l
Detroit 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 x n 12 1
Fatteries Young. Olmstcad and
Flock: Willett and Stanage.
American Association.
Minneapolis, c,; St. Paul, 5.
Louisville'. ;; Toledo, 4.
Columbus, 7; Indianapolis, .r..
Kansas City, 6; Milwaukee f,
The Athletes overtook the
Tuesday but dropped back to
lace yesterday.
Jimmy McAbcr has no faith
ge pitchers. He Is pel feet ly
r the
take
other managers
bis
Tlseta
secullil
in col
willing leagut;
the rah rah boys and try them
ut.
P.itldy" Dolan. formerly t.f Calumet.
as ii. aineil a Superior uniform slmei
the Wausau team of which he WM9
manager, gave up its franchise. 'Fid-
1" Is hitting the pill as hard as ever
this season.
For the
Home or
Summer
Cottage
THE BEST -BEFORE MEAL
TONIC IS A CLASS OF CALU
MET BEER.
ORDER
DAY.
A CASE SENT TO-
CALUMET BREWING GO.
Phone 274.

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