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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911.
THE CALUMET MEWS PAGE FIVE Condition of The First National Bank OF CALUMET DECEMBER 5th., 1911 A8SET8 i r (Tain anu wxonunge Loans and lion iltt . . Da nking Kenas . . . , l "i per .'! t lund Dvcr-drafti r LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In . . Surplus iTndtrUM 1'i-oiiis I i. HH Itfl Circulation , SPORTING DEPARTMENT MICH. HAD TOO MUCH MATERIAL 60 MANY FOOTBALL CANDIDATES I THAT THEY FOUGHT EACH OTHER FOR : PLACES. Several Chicago football fans were discussing the failure of virions t a M this year to live up to expeota ti is and the equally surprising show ings ol elevens which tlnished far up III til'1 lend. no of the mill was 'l Michigan iiiiininim ami the lalluro of the Ann Arbor team to live up to ex pectations jrM gone Into thoroughly. "m renron of Michigan's failure, tin HUM was the result of too much p l," declared the Michigan man. 'V. In n Yost said nt tin- htllMllnj of the season the prospects for a Rood m nt Mi. .Menu worn t lie lirh.lili.at I In several seasons, there wns a ten th n v to too much eoek-suroncss among tho men. Now. nny one who hi evef played under Yost knows tl ' h never will permit anything of 1' i BOrl and It mi well drilled on! Bf the men by t)M early Raines of tho t "in. " l in n camo the reaction. No man on ill squad was sure of his position, tti wealth of material kseplag tan or 1 rood men out for every place on t team. Scrimmages, became little Si it of slaughters, the men working Be hard to Rain Yost's attention and approval that they went into scrim mage work with more vim than they put Info the Raines. Men were in jur, 'd rlghl and left, and one h is only t. !,! rt the list of Injuries thin -a-rnii at Ann Arbor to arrive at a sat- I tnry explanation f the team's f ire. Most of these men re lured In BTaetlea rather than In In g.' MPS." I agree with you In ascribing Mich igan's failure fo Injuries. " declared an other, "but I do tint think scrimmages re. po much to blame. It was tho i .f the tralm r, Keene K itzpntrlck. 1 .ne always kept Michigan players i i rtasa condition, however florco i practice Work, and. without him 4 dicblgan men did not know how 1. t '. rare of themselves Notice i Prlaeetoa managed to keep otaaf In tbls season beennse FIU- ) it rich was hnndllng tho men." SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. Manager Chirk Orlftlth Is on the 0b B'i hustling to ttranfthaa his wash- h '."i tenm. The BoatOB Rustlers finished tho r i son in tho ovo, but had six men emoBg the first eleven batsmen the ti l I. B ue nt that. b Cy" Young has returned from a hunting trip In northern WIs rnnefa tint gtalBM to have copped bis t ' of doer. The Navy eleven has made a great bowing tho past two years, not having ' n game. While Yale and Harvard were trying tii w tricks. Princeton played football d wes In vogue twenty years ngo Mnl got away with It. CROWN "theater! 1 Miss Rene Vednar Singing and Acrobatic Dancing Mr. Sam Alburtus Comedy Juggler I '-'.158.42 M437.llt.SJ 10,(100.00 3.MMI 13,438,830.60 L'oo.oon.oo I ISSCM .S07,9.r.1.57 1J1.J50.00 $:!.i::s, 830.60 CHANGES IN GAME TO BE DISCUSSED FOOTBALL REVISION WILL BE CONSIDERED BY NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ASSOCIA TION DEC. 28. New York. Dei-. 8. Cnpt. Palmer K. Horoa, president of the National Col legiate association, announces that body will Mai out a list of questions in regard to football before the annual , meeting schedul I for December 28 at He asks that all In thl, n ,t. Astor terested eo-operate in making such action of value. Among other things Oapt Marat touches upon In his com munication are not iced the followliiK: "it i a plaajajn sgela to say the National Collegiate Athletic assoein Haaj is in a flourishing condition. Evi dently the colleges and universities arc rem bins tin- conviction that a nation a Mta tTort is necessary to secure the best educational results from colle giate athletics. It is on this account, then, that the BSBOdatleB has groVH in Rtsfflberahlp to eighty colleges and universities, whose students number more than lOO.OiiO. "At the annual meeting the program will include the following addleses: "The Military Value of Athletics to a Nation,' by Mnj.-:cn. Leonard Wood chief of staff, I'nitcd States ar my "Vollogluto Athletic s from tho Viewpoint of the President of a Cnl- versii v,' Chancellor Mi -Cnrmlck, Unl vcrslty of Pittsburgh. ''The Intluence ofj Collegi ate Ath letics Fpon Preparatory Scbools, I'rof. Scudder, Rutgers Preparatory school. "The afternoon cession will be one of great Interest, the program Includ ing reports from representatives of the various districts into which tho United Slates is divided, the football rules committee, the central board of football officials, the committee on traok athletics and the committee on amateur law." FIELDER JONES TO HEAD NEW LEAGUE IN WEST. Seattle. Wash.. Dec. 8. According to Manager Kugdale, owner of the Seattle elnb and the lem'ing spirit In tho Northwestern league. Fielder Jones the former White Sox BMMfBf is slat ed for tho presidency of the North w estern league In 1912. Mb Seattle owner, who is acting as president of lils league temporarily, said be would call a meeting shortly nt which organization for 101L' would be effected. He said he would refuse to servo as president because h thought an outsider, so to speak, should hold this position. Poth Fielder Jones and Bab Pbwctt. who was OBOI a pliv.r. but Is now practicing law at Seattle, have been mentioned to head the Northwestern league. Klther Jones or Btetpett. Dugdalo thought, would make a capable president. MICHIGAN MILE RUNNERS. Wolverine Will Have Fast Quartette in Penn Relay Events. Michigan will come back to the PBM ' relay games In tho spring with a (pinr l tot of mile runners for afmther try at the event which tho Ann Arbor men won so often up to the time they i rnnaH out last year. Hanavan and Halmbatigh. both of whom won places In the intcrscholnstlc last Mav: Hlakc. L half-mller. formerly of Prown. who was Ineligible last year, and Menrdsloy ' of tho cross-country team would bo i formidable. Rlake was credited with ; going the mile under 4 minutes 0 seconds Inst summer and will make a Ipnod addition to the Michigan track i team. . , i ct,t Pat. Gamble and a number of I other veterans nro out for the Indoor ...-..n OarreK Craig and Hcrschel .Mi will come out today Carrels b n sprinter and hurdler. Craig a sprlnt I or and Hmlth an all-around man. pe ' cinllfing on the weights. ' C.arrels's more famous elder brother i U tho lotest victim of appendicitis and I mMV bB unable to try for the American Olymplo team. ! GOOD RETURNS FROM , v NEWS WANT ADS. ixXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXX I,,:"!"l";-;;;V.;..;..;..,..;..;..;...;...;..j..;..;..;..;..;. NEW HONORS FOR HESTON. 4) Mvv'vvWvv.::-.;..;..;..;..;..;..;..:..:. Detroit. Mich., Dec. 8. Willie Hee ton. greatest half hack of all (Inn . a cording t the Hlml crdlet of f' otliall critics, has been appointed as sistant prosecuting attorney of Wuyno count . Mime leaving tho University of Mulligan, where he Kuinetl hl fame, he has h en practicing law In De troit, incidentally, fur the last three years,-, holding a half interest In a lu crative billiard hall with Wild Kill Donovan as his partner. 1 1 ci-ton's specialty will be In connection with divi'icc cases. rVoBBCUlaf Sin p rd el partial to foot I mil stars, fr he appointed another one. (ieoiKe Kelly, noted a a member o the 1 nlvcrslty .f Kentucky team, to hi staff. JENNINGS MANAGER FOR ANOTHER YEAR AT LEAST Detroit, Mich., Dev. H. If the plana of President Navin of the Detroit Am erican League liaseball club do not fall, Manager Hugh Jennings will sign his tMI contract cither in a Scran ton hospital or shortly after he leaver it. President Navln statcl today that he will go to Kcrunton next week and will termer Jennings the contract in .'dditinii to holding an Important pro season conference to partly decide BB the personnel of the team. It Is un derstood Jennings is to receive a neat raise in shlaiy. It Is also understood thut one or more of the Detroit rat cinns are to - disposed of. LOOa sporting editors today received telegrams from Jennings who said h experts to be removed from the hospi tal to his home on Saturday. Ills dis patches seemed to minimize his In juries. TICKET SCALPING SCANDAL. Brush Preparing Report. Johnson Still it Talking. AdmttthjB that many speculators se cured tickets far the World's series games that wci played in New York last October, President I Irtish of the t Hants Is preparing an exhaustive re port of the way the pastboards were disposed Of and will .submit It to the national commission B BaB that body meeta in New York this month, lie has antlaarorad to aaoerbalB how the scalpers got in possession of bo many tickets and is said to have reached the i onclusion that none of his cm btajrea were guilty of any double deal ing. From Chicago conies (lie report that Pan. Johnson, the busy president of the AmerUan league, has announced that he Intends to go to the bottom of the scandal. Also, he says: "The mat ter will get much of our attention and I venture to say that the attitude us UBled by the commission will make the abuse much leSX frcpiellt at future w oi Id's aeries." HOCKEY AT U. OF M. Sport Will Be Taken Under Wing of Athletic Association. Ann Arbor, Mich., Dec. 8. 'After a rather precarious season last year, it Ims been de. hfai to take BOCfcey under the wing of the athletic association though there will be no 'varsily team this w Inter. It is entln ly probable that another year will BBS hookey a 'var sity apart, however, If It meets with the reception that It Is expected to. Past year the preliminary work was done by an organization known as Mm Huron lloi ki y club, but this winter It is the plan to organize department teams and run a series of matches throughout the winter. To this end. I meeting has been called for Friday night in the gym, an I the president of the senior class of each department will appoint a representative who will be the department team manager. STOVALL TO WHITE SOX? Chicago, Dec. 8. Pres. Chas.. Coinls key, of the American league team, has given the Impression among baseball enthuslarts here that he is anxious to obtain the services of tteOFBJB Ho vail, former manager of the Cleveland team for his club. Friday Night Dec. 8th. AMATEUR NIGHT R OYAl Theatre Under New Management Pea t ui in Al Abbott's Success. "GOOD BYE BECKY COHN." "SEE 8AW." "IF I DON'T GET YOU I'LL GET YOUR SISTER." "BLANKET BAY." -BIG CRY BABY IN THE MOON." Note My special Request. 1'ol'l'I.AII ITALIAN iOfffh "CIRIBIRIBIN." H-000 ft- of hlflh cim pictures. Admission 10f': Children J. TO THE PUBLIC. The MOW MAN Ai'.KMLN'T ask- ,,ur patronnRc. no plctur will be shown that will offend the most refined taste. jjaunum HIGH STANDARD FOR ICE CREAM MAKERS WILL BE CLOSELY WATCHED TO SEE THAT PRODUCT MEETS RE QUIREMENTS. "lea cream is a tpad product ami not a confection," said Floyd V. Robinson, formerly tin assistant chemist asso ciated with Dr. Wtrey, government pure food expert in an address at De troit before the Association of Ice ream Manufacturers. Mr. Robinson dealt particularly with the necessity of a rigid enforcement of the pure food laws of the slate, giv ing special attention to sanitation, ami the flavoring of ice cream. "Sanitation," he continued, 'is tin maxim of the age and Is right. Tin state must vigorously enforce the pure food laws, for It la the duty of the state to protect the Donee! manufac turer and not permit his market to In taken away from him by the unscru pulous dealer. (blatliie. particularly. ineds attention, as docs also the con lense l milk used by lee oraaai manu- fat turers. If the source of sunply of condensed milk be uncertain, tin prodin i should be pasteurized for tin safety Of the consumer. Michigan has one of the best laws enacted among the states, anil the best interests of ice cream manufacturers can be the better conserved by their encouragement of a rigorous enforcement of these laws. "The Michigan atan'ard for 'ce cream Is per cent milk fat, and one thing which must bo considered to keep it on that high plane is the sani tary quality of tho creaui, condensed milk, other milk and gelatin used. Fla vors should also bo pure, not Imita tions, The colors, especially slmnld bo pure. A strawberry ice en-am should be Haeered with juice from real strawberries and vanilla Ice cream should have nothing but pure vanilla at the Havering product. "Manufacturers should not abuse th" food laws by putting in the least pore ingredients allowed by law, but should strive to produce u product of a high degree of merit. Tho sanitary ques tion now requires the greatest possible attention. Physiolars are prescribing more Blld more ice cream and It should be n standard product and as pure and clean as the manufacturer can make It. My observations convince me that It P on the point of sanitation that tho lee cream manufacturers are most lacking in knowledge and practice." LAURIUM SUNDAY SCHOOL. Officers for Ensuinq Year Elected and Reports Presented. The annual atetlofl of o!lcers of the Lain iiim M. K. Sunday school was held n e. nth at which there was a large at tendance of orllccrs and teachers. The secretary's annual report win read, showing the enrollment to be Mt and an average attendance each Sunday f 47.1, which Is considered remarkably good. Following are the officers elected for the ensuing year: Advance Department. Supl W illiam .1 Reynolds. Assistant aupt. Arthur Eva. Secretary W ill' r Sleep. Treasurer Miss Delhi Nicholas. Librarian - William Mouse, organist Mrs. Percy Cadwcll. Assistant organist Miss Florence Sleep. Chorister Harry Kplett. Assistant chorkiter Sampson Wal ters. Intermediate Department. Supt. -Charles Harris. Assistant supt. -It.' H. Champion. irganist Harriet i )sborne. Chorister Percy Cndwell. Primary Department. Supt - Mrs. Joseph Anstess. Assistant supt. Mrs. Edgor Harris. ChOTlBlaT i Mm Ivlgnr Harris. Organlpt Miss Mamie Egersoti. Assistant organist Miss Delia N1- I'holas. Kindergarten Department. Supt.--Miss Mabel Reynolds. Assistant supt. Miss Ethel Harris. Organist Miss lilmda Cudllp. The laurium round! will hold special mooting shortly to take up matters pertaining to the old Are hall. GRAND UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE Madame Zenda W orld's Greatest Soeross QUEEN OF MYSTIFIERS ALL WEEK. Complete Change of Pictures Tonight 8PECIAL MATINEE FRIDAY Private Interview with Zenda to all Ladies present Department I J TO EXPLAIN NEW RATES. Supremo Officers of Modern Brothel hood Are Coming. D Ulcers for the ensuing term were elected nt the regular meeting of Kn tet prise lodge, No. 17 J.".. Modern Urotherhood of America, at the l.aur lum bank hull last evening, as fol lows: President Maty furlott. Vice president John Fczzcy. Secretary Chris Koiin. Treasurer Valentino Kohn. Chaplain Nelson Paradise, Jr. Conductor- Annie M. Donald. Wat In loan -I0d ward fctc Yrniack. Sentry Susan Treat BB, Medical sxamim r Drs. Kt it, Kohl bass and Rhincs. Trustee for three years Thomas Drlscoll. Pianist Ida Marie Iureon. Supreme idle lor Albert A. Has:-' and State- Manager C. V. Moteau. both of Marinette. Wis., will be the guests of honor at a big meeting to be held next Thursday evening, at which the ajenibers of the Like Linden and Hub bell lodges and of other branches in the aajsjajf country will be present. The purpo , q the visit oi the su premo olllcers is to asptatb. the new ran s adopted at the s'.ipretn. convention last August, in compliance with the Mobile law. which is now in effect in many states and probably will be passed in Michigan soor.. The new rates provide optional depart ments for the members ami are be lieved to be much more com ervati . c than the old. In connection with the meeting n xt Thursday, there will be a banquet a id "smoket." . All nu mbers are urged to bl present. vv,!,vv,X,v,;,,,,,v,;";";vv.';.'''-. LAURIUM BREVITIES iMIIMMMIIMIMKli C. I. llashore and W. J. Reynold! will lease Sunday afternoon for Chica go to attend the big poultry exhibition which opens next week. Mr. Itashore will be absent one week, spending the latter part of next week with relatives in Indiana. Mr. Reynolds will return earlier. The annual election at ottleer.' of the La u rlii in tire department will be held next Tuesday evening. Henry Warren, Kearsarge street, b fi yisteiday for Detroit to visit. Rlehard Pnaeoe left yesterday after noon for Detroit on a visit. He may decide to locate there. Mrs. James MacLcan of Daurlum, Bpont yesterday with Torch Lake friends. The at Alee of Laurtam win be pat- loiu ss' S of the Charity ball to be IsBM In the Laiirlum town hall, DaOBSabal Pi. Tickets have been placed BB Sale In various places in Laurium and Red Jacket. Thomas On Hurt of Iturlum, has gone to Detroit, to islt his son, Ray mond, who !s employed In the offices of the Detroit Life Insurance company of which M. K. n'nrlen is president and jo neral manager. SPECIAL. Athena underwear for women and children in fall and winter weights now on sale at T. A. BAWDENS. FROM FACTORY TO YOUR HOME 'i'iihii, liush & liine, and Cable and Nelson pianos. A. ESPEL, Laurium. LAUrtlUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. Livery, feed and board'ng stable. Day and night service. Finest turn outs In town for all occasions. Phone ot8. Collins & Wagner. r-tfif T -m I jUsmMiilil I COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. Largest and most complete stock of plumbing and heating goods in Ltur lum. Speciol attention given to re pairing, also a full line of general hdwe., paints, oils, builders' supplies. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS. Our sift drinks are pure, healthful and Invigorating. Made by modem sanitary machinery, enahl'ng us to quote special to parties and entertain ments. Phone 241. CHICAGO DECORATING CO. ( Artlsllc Interior decorating In most modern style. Paper hanging, tinting ' hardwood finishing. Picture framing, plate moulding, mirrors resllvered.fur nlturereflnlshed. F. Pentzold. Phone 387. CENTRAL HOTEL. Osceola Street, Laurium. Special rates by week or month. Special attention to tranaclent trade. L. I Dfatel. Phone 27-I CONFECTIONERY s FRUITS. A nice line of candles, fruits, canned goods, and the aiandard brands of cigars and cigarettes. We msnufac- lure les cream. Wholesale or retail or- ders. Mtchellnt Oervaaee. Phrae 1IL. LAURIUM BUSINESS DIRECTORY iimi i in i ii TiMmnifirmi n n I iramiriawiinr f TOY 1 Boston Store LAURIUM A large and select line of beautiful, ornamental. Dsechaa leal and useful toys niuh'-lng displayed in o ir large show wind iws. Cleat i are h is been used in the m: t on ! on; large lino until almost i cry toy imaginable can be found in our stock. S ir ta Clans : rangi d U ltli lum headquarters. Boya Olrli addrasayoav of THE BOSTON STORE. PEOPL Theatre, Tha popular verdict of Laurium "The Bigpsf and Best Show Yet." Last Time Tonight- "Hands Across the Sea" THE OLSOH ESTATE SCOTT ST, CALOMET fCH. TELEPHONE News Want Ads Bring Results What Do You Expect of Your Baker Good baking? Clean shop? Modem equipment? Courteous salespeople" This you may at least expect of us If we are your bakers, riione us your spat M orders. EGGEN & HOYEM. SKATES & SKIIS at DUPONT GARAGE. Skates Sharpened. WE MAKE CLOTHES For Men and Wome'i who appreciate the oppor tunity of f.e.urlng more than ordinary satisfaction at v price that Is reason able. Pressing, Repairing and Clean ing. E. K. NEEB, Third St., Laurium. SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY. Chicken 16c lb., rib roast of beef 124c lb., leg of mutton -4c lb., leg of lamb 16c lb., pork loin my piece 15c lb. GOURD BROS. HAIRDRESSING & SHAMPOOING. Rrlng us your combings. We will make them Into switches Parlora for electrical facial massage, manicuring and chiropody. McLaughlin A Kelly, over Faucett A Quck's office JOHNSON M'. LINER. Heels street. A large selection of the season's lat est creation in millinery la being dis played, along wth stunning models from our own workrooms. MC LEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. F1rat ola" Hvery and prompt car. "erv,c da.v or night. Hacks furnlahed for funerals and etc. Baggage hauled to and from trains. Special attention to hoarders. Malcolm MacLeod. Phone NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. 8lx regulation bIP'.ord and pool ta bles that are kept In good condition.! with good lights and courteoua at ten - I tlon. Leading branda clears and cigar- j ettes. Agts for Markbain's box candlea i NIELSON THE GROCER. We try to supply our customers ev ery wish and want jy carrying a fresh line of fine groceries, high, BSf . ! los Cur quality Is Pous 1"J Jsii, Oaceola St LAND ::at:: uj to make hl- store his Laur- letters to SANTA CLAUS, in .are I aurtuiU, He la street. Laurium NORTH 41. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Insurance Ir a good aound business propo" n nnd a man cannot do bet ter In taking a life Insurance policy with the Detroit Life Insurance Co. Klrst Nat. Honk KIdg.. Laurium. PAULL'S CASH MEAT MsimET. Choh'est cuts of fresh and salt meats. Staple nnd fancy groceries, milk, but 'er nnd eggs. Special discounts for ash. First class sausage of all kinds ThBsV Paull. Phone us. PENINSULA HEATING A PLB. CO. Let us figure on a heating plant for your home. Now is the time to have it done. All work guaranteed. REYNOLD S MEATS. Our meats ure the best that are ob tainable. All are government Inspect ed nnd have our pcisonal guarantee of freshness. Service prompL Phone To the Child's Mother: Read this spare Mondays, Wednes daya and Fridays. When your child a first tooth appears buy him a tooth brush and dentifrice. II. E. S. DDS. Just Carlosd of Drsught snd Driving Horses. Ssxby & McDonald Stable. Laks Linden Ave.. Lsuriu.n. When you want a good cigar, one that can really make you understand why Havana tobacco has made such s name for itself, try a Dan patch made by Stlfert. Laurium. FRESH FRUIT3 A VEGETABLES RECEIVED EVERY DAY. USI YOUR PHONE. J08EPH SWYKERT. 1ST STREET. PHONE 43. THE THISTLE BAKERY. We make a specialty if home mate tnd cakes. CM MM oread tar andwlches. Phone 141 for the finest h i.aklng. Jchn Dunlop, 417 hi UK. Laiiiiuss,