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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS FACE SEVEN DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS L V..U.L . RUM iUA i ma All IT I 1 'HI SVULKV . .... y v r r By Fred L Leipzi&er : arrr- ) sttmv that-, cn ,v.. ..n -ol'v y s s .. . r i o. ittoNo cousin er- mine. . i n . rrrrrr: .. . , jsfA Ct.'mk -r',., "V ' 7 NnuV I WANT SONI.IM.NC UOOdW PLA'N- V Wl TOJADIW V r? t - 1 i - i J J thlnkj that after all he better stick to his chss. r L Laurium Department MORE OFFICERS ELECTED. Pythian Sisters and Modern Wood men Chooso Officers for Year. Mlh e-rs wort1 elected yeste-rday ly !uc Hancock lodges the- I'ytlilan Sis tefl MM the Modern IfatiMA Those . lected by Kagh- Hgffbof Temple of the J'ythian Sisters arc: If, K. Ci Mrs. Ora droRory. Excellent lecturer Mrs. Amelia La Fourche. Kxalt.-d junior Mrs. Matilda Dock. Manager Mrs. Rena Tilltnan. Mistress re-cords ami correspondence llrt, I Jill.- Parker. Mistress of finance Mrs. Francea !rfl w ford. Protector Mrs Martha Dion. uter guard -Mrs. l.y.lia Warne. Trustee Mrs. Arm lln I.n I'ourche. ReprMtOtetlvc to grand temple Mrs. Amelia Rich. Alt. mat. Mrs. Matilda Dock. Modern Woodmen. Portage Camp of Modern Woodmen ..f Hancock last evening elected ofll a ra as follows: V. C W. J. RMlMbMk. V. A. Ed. R Thompson. Paiik.-r Henry Philpott. I lark John Schneider. I . ni t Frank Coon. S. nry V. Rosa. .1;rn ager -tSarrett Naglo, fop yi ars. Physician Dr. N. S. McDmwM l e at the Palestra !s a pa In In condi tion for skatini; and hoekey, and lur inp the week the several teams in the Copper Country Junior hockey league will be out for practice. The opening pames take place nt the Palestra on tht night of December H three pames to be played, commencing at 7 o'clock and ending at 10. Fdward Jonas has gone to Duluth on a visit. John Tervo of Osceola, left yesterday lor Kveleth. Minn., where he expects to locate. Capt. James Hoatson-ls expected Die latter part of the wick from Ills bee, w here he has bMM in -pcctlng the property of the C. & A. Mining company. THE HOUSEHOLD. TO CLEAN A COMB. Fill a TTaaWtmiln with water and put plenty of borax into it. Then lay the eomb In it ami simply leave it there. Vou will find that alter about half an hour or an hour all the dirt h is n,. p three I fa the ivrtooa ami nothing remains f imih f.. ,1 . hut to take out the conili md wipi" It dry. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. It Is a good Idea to have two or three pockets across the bottom of .he I 'limiiy bag on the outride into which to slip small articles, which helps in OMlMMfJ up the laundry list. Shoe cases for wrapping ho s w h-n ti.(ding are of heavy Urn rt or denim, It Inches spiare and pr id I wiih ribbOfl tiudu'd to one OOTBOT by wh.ii h fie package is tbsl after POlHttg, Instead of the usual strip on a mil liner's bow, several rows of crosswise eordinig separating the loops of velvet hat bows are very effective and no umlcslrahh- thickness or bulk comes at the mid l1 . Hy ii very neat nrranncmcnt the I '.tie frill on the bottom tl I short I :td blouse riuia In a continuous llm- around both It and the reverse and WrMo round collar, making both ft pit ty line and an attractive trimming. THE CARE OF BRASS. Keeping the hundred and DM articles, now so popular In the little iffort at ANNUAL MEETING IN JANUARY. A regular monthly meeting of tlm I .uriiini lire AepnrtmMt was In 1.1 last i u-'ht. (inlv routine luisiness was 'i IBM) led. The annual meeting of the department will take place the iMggi 'I' it sday evening In January, w hen lectlofl of officers w 111 take place. The partment Is In excellent condition. It ia not expected that there will be any change In the personnel of otli-COfl COAL DUST FOR FIRE. LAURIUM RESIDENT DIES. Mrs. Catherine Corosich, of Iiurium, ' widow, died yesterday at the Lake Superior (leneral hospital, Iako Idn l. ti. She Is survived by a thlrteen- ar-ohl daiiKhter. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning with services at St. Joseph's Slovnian i hiireh, and Interment In I, ike View I inetei y. Coal dust is wasted ulilcs ; the inis- tress Hi i s that it i- burn, il, and .-t i makes beautitul Hies. Have a gal vanized iron scuttle for the purpose dd sufficient water to the coal to make it moist. When a lire is burning hrWMlv hank ii OB with thi: Wet dust and you will have a .ban which will last for hours. lln CHRISTMAS PIN CUSHION. The Needles All sorts And th In season, are simply Hying. of material are used, tortus .ire Just as varied LAURIUM BREVITIES wli.i Mrs. Helen Lynch, of TInnco. Is visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. DnvW Simpson, of Laurium. Is ser iously III. Plumbing Inspector John Stetter of l.aiirlum. Is about to commence the rending of the water meters There are 'ill a number of consumera to be placed on the meter syatcm. Now that the contest for the dia mond ring, which is being held In cn lunctfon with the charity ball In Uuir him. Is drawing to a close, much In t s developing. Miss Klsie Qrickaon ami Miss Bsnta Beil are the i ntestants. A very close finish If an 'i' ipatcd nnd friends of both young I mPcs are working hard to pile up the voles. The fourteen-year-old son of Mr. nd Mrs. Paul Tlnetti, of Laurium. has returned from a visit with his grand parents In Italy. Joseph Koch. var left yesterday for Llbach, Austria, where he will spend the winter with his family. Arthur dentin of Amygdaloid street. Is visiting in Ishpeming. With a change in weather conditions, There are round cushions of Irish crochet. Theie are . rcscciit cushions in dain ty drawn work. f MS narrow cushions are seen in Ia e and embroidery. Per a child there's a heart -shaped . unMon in scrim embroidered in heart Mlt.h. Alternating rows of two sorts of Honlton bntM mbJt a handsoine cush ion. MMMMM are the llnish, as ornament ing hows, and as prettily knotted hangers. hi ighl Is a matt, r virtiiall no expense. If the teakettle becomes Stained, dissolve some whiting in lemon Juice and apph with a soft pi.ee of tlann.l. after which give it a bath in soupy, hot water. When a tray becomes -loudy-loolcing it may be restored by ushm salt and vinegar. Drop the salt upcti the tray, moisten It with vinegar and scour with iwiste thus formed. Caudle i ks discolored by gas from coal or wood may he hrightened by robbing IhORl with a pbJCO of soft leather. An old si-de bag, a torn glove or a wornotll leath.r pillow are Just the art'cles t use. Soapsuds with a little ammonia is.f fei'tlve for embossed or pi. reed brass. It .should he applied with a brush, mil the article rinsed In warm water, then polished with a piece of loath, r. LODGE NEWS Continued from page five. TOO MUCH FOR HER. C.illiim one day to see an ..1.1 friend who was visiting her marred pofl inquired f the oolorad maid who i I Were d the hell. "la Mrs. Smith at home'.'" "Yes'in. i-he home," the girl replied. showing no inclination t invite DM in She h. re all riis'ht. but she got a in:.- - cry In de head.'' 'Mrs. Smith senior?" I asked with concern. "Seen me'."' she excliline.l suspi ciously. "'Cose she seen me. Use oine she ain't sin' nic w'. n she hire me las night huh own seir : and sne Indignantly shut the door without fur ther parley. LI ppin oott's. LOSING THE BOUNDARY MARK. CARE OF TABLE LINEN. Too little care is exercised by the modern Imu wMogjrboffl, her table lin en is concerned. It should be r. in. inhered that linen withers mildew very easily and should never he allowed to r. main In a damp pla. . or next to a plastered wall. Our grandmothers used to wrap table limn In blue paper to keep it from tut ning yellow It bj well to keep limn In a dark place. Table and bed linen will last nnn h longer if stored in proper condition, Those arte I. s w hi. h are not In on stanl use should be rinsed free of starch and dried in the shade. If there Is a slight breeze It will as sist in softening the fibre so that It will be less llkfly to break when put a w ay. Lln. n st red with starch In it Is apt to . rack in time or acquire creates which are dllBcnM to remove. Po:- old All" sighed Mrs. Crimp, the form of her husband vanished low u the road. "He's grow in shock- by bald!" "Yes, I've noticed It." assented her neighbor, "river since his l ist lllnes - he's been meltin' ns yon might say, I hope he ain't worryin' over It, Mrs. f i imp." Well, it do lother him a bit." she admitted. "And well it might," said her neigh bor. "When my old man ist his balr he felt the cold somethin' terrible.' "Oh, it ain't the cold that worries A if," replied Mrs. Crimp. "It's the hither he has when he' wa hing hlm- nelf. If he doesn't keep his hat on. poor gear, he can't tell where his face finishes! " London Answers. PEOPLES Theatre, Laurium 4 Big Local Talent Acts Tonight. Feature Picture in Reels -FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA Two -l- 4' : SAYS PURITY EDICT : CAN'T BE ENFORCED, v .j. Trbona. III.. Dec. 13. Oeo. Huff director of athletics at Die Diversity ' Illinois, dc- clnres thai th. .. i.mer baseball v '! rule of the Western conference is violated on every conference ! baseball team -not because of ! ! fa Dittos and couches conniving J but simply because the rules cannot be enforced. ! v "The rule against playing v baaelxill lor money by College ! pla v ei n v er w as and ne cr will he enforced," sob! Huff. "I i do not believe that there Is a ! conference team thu t really J wnwtd le eligible If the facts reganllng play, is e:e known, ami the conference lava en- t forced." train, a special, crashed head-on Into a freight train, owing to an open switch, Hcatt.'s presence .f iniml and his m rve in sticking to bis post save,! the lives of all the members, in the be lief of the lodgemen, only a few of whom were hurt at all seriously. Grand Prelate is Here. ran I Prelate Van D. r Walker of the Knights of Pythias of Michigan visited Laurium lodge In a NRel-Offl clal capacity la.-t Mon.'u evening and will be the guest of the members r Charity lodge at their weekly meeting tomorrow veiling. I.auilum lodge conferred the third degree Monday and will exemplify the. first degree naM Monday evening. Preparations are being made for the Leap Year party to be given at the brass nank hall on New Year's ni-ht. There home, vvl" '"' no meeting on Christinas night. Charity lodge, Xo. 131 will ele.t of Itcari faff tin ensuing term at the meeting tomorrow evening and will confer the second degree. It Is likely that other important business will . ome before the lodge at this time. Supreme Officers. Albert Haas, supreme director and C. W. Mor.au, state manager for Wis consin and Northern Miehlk-an, both Df Marinette, wis., will be present al the weekly meeting of Bnterprloa lodge. Modern Brotherhood Of Amu leg al the Laurium hank hall torhorrow evening to explain the new rates adopted at the last supreme oonvan- I, on and to answer an uestion con cerning them. It is planned to have the meeting take th" form of a count v reunion ami the m.-mhers from Lake Limb n, Huh- bell. Dollar Par and other towns ..f the county ns well as visiting mem bers will be present. Following the business of the meeting, there will be a luncheon and smoker. Hibernian Elections. The meeting of the joint committee or Divisions No. I and A. o. II. in charge of the preliminary arram-e-nients for the celebration on St. Pat rick's day, which was to have h. en held last Sunday evening, will be bald at the Sacred Heart school next Sun day. Div ision No. fi of Laurium will ele. t officers for the ensuing term next Sunday and one week from next Sun day, Division Mo I Calumet whl those ofllcers for the caning term. Calumet Lodge I, O. O. F. Al last evening's meting of Calu met Lodge. No. 114, I- . O. I . 1" members of Lake Linden lodge an al need that they would be unable to come to calumet to corner ine initia tory degree next Tuesday evening as expected but Would come here it some future dale The degree will be conferred bv the Calumet lodge team. The second decree was exemplified last evening. McLeod is Coming. Word has been received here to the ffeet that Arthur McLeod, grand lec turer of the grand eotincll, II. fi s M f Detroit will come to the OOPPOF DUtttffy next summer for the pgrpoat of casting for grayling trout nt Ottei ner. Mr. McL.o.l has many friend,; In the copper count rj who will h. ph ased to see him. New Deputy For Sons. Word has been received In Calunu from John Shea of Detroit, grand prei kit nt of the Sons of St. George of Michigan, announcing the appointment of Sam Trevarthen of t'aluniet as dep uty for this city during the coming SPORTING DEPARTMENT EASTERN TEAMS ALL LOSE STARS CAPTAINS AND OTHER CRACK FOOTBALL PLAYERS GRAD UATE FROM SIX LEAD ING COLLEGES. ear, Calumet Aerie F. O. E. Considerable Impo.tunt business is to eouv before the regular meeting of Calumet Ae-ue. Fraternal Order of Fu gles this ev ;.:.. ' ' ' tag will be Initial. I and I t! -i g w ill come up. German Aid Society. The annual n ting f the QgfflM Aid Society will he held on Friday, Dec. 29, at which time other for th ensuing term will be sobs-ted. Humpe and Mumps. A hump-backed woman was passing when a little five year-old. with a pity ing look, said: "What's he matter with the lady, mamma? Has she got the mumps In her back?" Philadel phia Record. New York. Doe, It. The six leading teams in the east tl is year could be designated aa Princeton, Navy. Har vard, Arniv, Yale and Dartmouth. Kach one of these teams will lose .ev.ral star players b graduation next June, including of OOttffM i In it captains, who are almost always tneni hcrs of the senior class. Capt, Dalton, of the Navy, Is irob aMy the greatest captain of the year. He was more than half of the Na team, being Its best ground gggJMff, its only good kicker, mid a w mb r fu! one, too, and one of its defensive bulwarks. Dalton has been the o. nl in.r factor in more than one Aim bl avy battle. He will go down to his tory as one of the greatest drop-kick ers of all time. Capt. Arthur Howe of Yah- j; prob ably the next gn at, st of the retiring . aptains. His kicking ami general all iroun.l work were of a high order throughout the season and he would have been even a greater .shining ligh; K Yale had played on dry (bids more of the time. Howe was strictly an op.n Held man and his light weight made him infinitely less VglaaMn In the mud. Bgb Fisher, of Harvard, by virtue of his great line play, flafvea hi rank alongside of Ola s ai d Hoffcl RngPMT) the old Yale guai.ls. He was I lebtaltar on defense ami a wonder on op. ning holes in the opposing line tor Wendell to plow through, lie was really the only strong point in ilar vard's line this year and his abs. no. next year will be a severe blow to the crimson Capt. Kyatti of the Army, compared with the h iding quarterbacks of th. vcar. His Judgment was ex-. lleiit al all times, he handled the ball clean iv was good on o ua I t. rba. k runs oul. I punt on a pln.ii and was one of the stars of the season at running back kicks. He used w..nderful jmlgineni in deciding whether to make a fa lt- catch of an attempt to cany tin ball haek. K.hlie Hart, of Prim, ton, was n of the big surprises of (he season. A v. ar ago he held down ha I: hack Jol and was, at best, nnlv a fair sort o! a playr. However, vvh.n h- essayed la becom. a lineman. he made I h. wisest move of his career. At t.i. kl Hart was g star of the tlrst water. . nosi.lering that It was. his tir.-1 v. ar as a tacKie ami that lie ouisii.ui. verylxMlv be met, his work was lit- lte short of wonderful. It will be sev eral years before Princeton luui an- Dther such bulwark in h.r line, unless we miss our guess. Kd.Ile I f 1 1 v was the strength of the Dartmouth t. am. He held down his . ml in such fashion that not In a 'sin gle game on Green's schedule did an opposing team try to skirt hi- Hank more than three or four times. He in variably ployed through the interfer ence, -singled out the runner and slam med him dow n for a loss. Daly waa a reminder of Frank Hinkey. the old Yah star. CONNIE MACK FAVORS SHORT LEAGUE SEASON. N w York. !e 13. Connie Mock bl in favor of Carry Herrmann's plan to eut the big league schedules down to 111' games and finish the season wilh ancg chkb making a swing around the circuit of the rival league. Ha thus not believe tile weaker clutM nravM benefll from the novelty from a box of- Boa standpoint. Iiuid.ntally Hack l count ing on grabbing off another pennant next year. He inti mates that his line-up gag gg ebnngod bit. The IgflaM win r. :ualn the same, but in the ut litld, Maggert, a California re cruit who comes ea t r. xt spring, will likely succeed I.r.l. Bender, COomha, Plank and Mor gan will hear fhe brunt of the box work, with Martin and Dudorih mxt in Una. 'this case Ad might have suffered u more serious injury or even death. The hoy has a wonderful amount of pluck and endurance and will no doubt make a brave effort to return to the ring and defend his championship title. but I to not baMeve that ai win avat be the same little ring bulldog again. The attack of appendicitis, the op eration, etc, wil' leave its mark ami it w ill I. a mark that will eventually cause Ad to lose his laurel'. NO PERFECT BAT. "A p. rt. ct bat has never been made and never will be." says Hans Wagner. "I have had bat bleak when I met the ball s.uarel, break after months of faithful service, and a grounder would tr. kle to an infield when the force I put Into my swing was enough for a three-base hit. The near, st perfec t bat I ever saw was owned by a kid In a small Kentucky town, where 1 ' in o f laved in an exhibition r un.- I gave the boy 50 cents for It. Kvcr body on our cltrb used the bat the first day I got it and we made twenty-, ighl hits." :: THREE PITCHERS LET OUT. Win and Cleveland, Dac, 13. PJtcheffg chell. Falkenberg and R. lalgfc Outfielder Dave Callahan were r. leased hv Manager Harris Dw-.is of the ('lev. land American league base ball dub Saturday. Fhlkenberg, who has been with the Cleveland club for three years, will go to Toledo, where h may he appointed manager Win- h. ll go. s to Da v ton: Cnllahan t Orleans and Iteisigle goes to Hh v. n. 'onn. WILL WRESTLE PILAKOFF. Lehto Says He Will Give Him a Match Before Winter Is Over. Karl Lehto. the I'inn.sh champion cajch-ns, catch ran wrestler .r th. w.rl.l, who ggpanrgg in a match wifh Zbvszko. the Polish champion, la t evening at Ishpeming theatre, yes terday said that while he had not yet tOO egged the challenge Is.ucd by H. J. Maki. I'Yed Pilakoff's manager, he int. nded b do so while in Duluth this wa ek. Lehto nnd his manager, Hust Frilund, will witness the match be tween Pilakoff and Zhvs.ko tonlghl In Duhtth. Ia hto said that he was not In the h: I afraid Of Pilakoff and thai he wanted to inc. ; him. He knew Pila koff la the ..id country and be sm him great! tin re some join. when he was a hoy. He admit!. .1 that Pila koff Is a fin. wrestler, and he declared that be Is capable of giving sonic of th - very best men In the business I hard mat. h. Lehto said that he has a number of big matches In sight for the coming winter, and he expects to wrestle in both the iron and copper districts. He expects to make a tour of the Waal Lehto expects that his contest with Dr. Roller will he on. f his most Imparl ant matches. It will probablv be his next big contest. He xpects to sign contracts with the doctor within a very fetV days. Mining Journal. KRAMER ON OLYMPIC TEAM. N. w fork, DgC, It, An almost cer tain number of the American team lor next year's olympiad in Stock holm is William Kramer, the peer of th. in all in the cross country running game. His re. . nt running has show n him in th. best form of his successful car. . r. It Is expected thai if the LogfJ Island champion makes the trip he will participate in the cross country run of about son meters, or about four miles. ORDEMAN AND PEIMER. Heavy weipht Wrestlers Ready for Con test This Evening. Minneapolis. Minn.. DOC, 13. Jesse IVimcr of Dcs Moines and Henry or- rieman of Minneapolis, who are to en gage In a finish wrestling bout here morrow night tfoff the championship I the Northwest, have complete.! their training, and arc ready for the time- keep, r's signal to rtart thm on their ntest. Ka.h man expressed himself today as certain of victory, and the concensus f opinion among the f. - nvers of the sport presages an inter esting and har.lfought match. The eon- test is the result of efforts that hav. h.en making for more than a v.ar to gj JOHN DE WITT WAS v STRONGEST FOOTBALL : PLAYER. SAYS SHARPE. v . Al Sharpe, the old Yale back, iiov. coach of the penn Charter teams, claims that John De Witt was the Mrongest man he ever saw under the attack of a combined Yale team. "I will tiev.r forgot De Wilt." said Sharpe "H had I he stuff such few men .v.: possess. We shot lW men. our lost two. all the cranio at him. There was not a play where he was not brought down. That was the Dei game, fair and .men. "I will venture- to say that .very Yale player gOVO into him a ggggg limes during th. game to tire him out and we-aken him so that he could not lend the Tiger attack. Then .lust before- the close of the game he booted a goal from the field that beat us. "I have- often vvon.b-r.sl how ggggg times he wen' to tin- earth, how ggggg tiiims he thre w Yale nun. He was a whale ." SPORTING EDITORS NOTES. Palz. r. clash in 'i am Kan i y bring the tve big wrestlers together on I ring. -VI Kaufman and . O'Roarke'a hop.-." win Fork i . :s T.uii Kern.dy. cx-amate nr 'weight, is a lei I hnelrvvur.l I to me e t Carl Morris. Frank Fii-i, ggg ex-light weight I 11 'cm 'C WK H at he has Joined the con., ba ks" and will return to th.- sHrning the mat. CONGRATULATES WOLGAST N e w e W 'lasslfled Ads bring reselts. Kubgfl Fdgren. of New Yrk. picked nti All-American team that differed from ( 'amp's by only one man. He had M. r. er on his In place of Camp s Dal- fton. y Nolan Says It is Fortunate Hn Affliction Came When It Did. I 'Os Angeles. Dee. 13. "Ad Wolgast's ffllctlon Is a great misfortune- Tor the eirld's lightweight champion, but It ia lucky thing for the public. t-spe, i., the pron-.oters. pHtrons and lovers of the boxing geme generally that the title holder was stricken We.ln.sdav morning Instead of J4 bc.urs later" said MB) Nolan, former manager of I uttling Nelson, te dny . "Suppose that Wedgnst had develop ed appendicitis an hour before he was due to enter the pkgjp Think of what a squabble and uproar this would have "onsloned. Worse- still, suppose that the cham pion's affliction had cemt r.fter the gong had rung and that Welsh had landed a stiff blow to the body. In "'nc round" Hogmn has sign. . I for a td-mund boot with Pattllng N-is age, r.d lor another clash with Knock Out" Prown. I'romoter Tom M.c .r. y. of ia An geles. Is negotiating for a 20-reund b.uit bet we e n Pa k.-y M, I arland and 1 r .'die We 1 h. of Kngland. Pellnr Palmer, ex-champion of the bantams in Kngland, has token on weight, and is . ut with a challenge to meet any 13J-pound boxer in Eng land. J.- c;tiic known as the 'Human Pupching Pag." was hit by a train at irninswlck. Mo., the other day, but was nhls feet at the count of eight. The efforts of some of the people of Kv.lney. Australia, to out the It. I n boxlrier in tin' ,ity h.ia faile1. as the uutlm rlties re-fus. 1 t.. ... t on th pro-trst. only 120 driys bcr re the next lse ball gJUlie. t 1 1 I h r !