MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1912.
NOW FO TWO HisKfcRS
oP rVf VINTAGE OF 1870
ALL THt BcTTLfcS
1't.L, TAKB A OAii
BERK tNiTBAD '
e "-Sir' -H 341 -- ll Mm ,7 r
GREAT PREPARATIONS FOR
BOBBIE BURNS BIRTHDAY
MEMORY OF SCOTA8 FAVORITE
BARD TO BE HONORED.
Concert, Banquet And Dane in Laur
ium Hall January 24.
Syne dlntia let the thistle droop,
Ye winna bring upon it shame;
Noo bind yT 1' In yae Scotch group,
An' keep alive uuld Scot land's nutne.
It will be u bruw, brecht mlnlight
nit lit. th1 nlcht of the Hobble Hums'
mm I versa ry concert, bani'iet .nnl
dance, ut the Luurlum town ball and
bank ball, January Mi No effort it be--1
.i r. l h the St. Andrew's society
ic in. ike this year's observance the
mo t notable tViat has Vr bsaw lasM
-1 Calutfiel and the elaborate proxram
being arranged will be unnouncetl in
full In a few da.
The Kenius of Robert Hums is of
Mfh older In brixhttiesH of ex
I n talon an4 eSM and natural vehem
ot l:uigiiaxe, he slandw In the front
i I of poatai hih soon Bow lo the
nausk as rudily M If both air and
v.eids t-ame into the world together.
Ilia postal Ixars the linprem trf a
K.iii and leai- understanding,
imI aboti tuts with passions and opln
i""" It is i . markable that the moat
I'uturaliy elegunt and truly Impaaulon
"l Nonxs In our literature were of
the rustic laaaasj urourui him. or a hum
ble patriot who voiced his love for his
country and his people in thin man
ner. The Scots date their music from
a very sail) ietiod;in fact they are
to be eiaaated' among . the very first
national to show a marked apprcvlu
for the art. The hurp and the
pe, two simple and rather priail
tlv devices Wars the national Instru-
iimI frf-in the dass of King
David can be traced some of the wlldV-
t and most fam-lnatlng music picked
througb the Instrumentality of the
Bui there Is one sonx that mos
'lie Scotchman's heart more than
un other -the. famous maitial lrlc.
"Scota U'lui Mae Wi' Wallace Hied"
"'t to the old pibroch tune. Thla
SOmStssWil entitled "BaiMKMJBc
I '" nd soow tim. h "Hruce's AddTSM
'" llis Army." It in. in the best vein
"i Hie Arenhlre bard, and the verse.-"
sustain ihrouKhout a strain at I. :iv
and dlKiiiileil patriotism. It shows
II ""s at bin best
T" he Bure, Burtts's Beottlsh sons
1 unaglnarj'. that Is to say, the
' " '- w- i-e penned five centuries af
' i the event they commemorate. Rob
Mrii' nourished between il'74 and
l339, thsj traiiBimrt Bsotstnsn iKi.'k
0 dajp when their Itsrs ssm nKhi
' lns1 the miht of Kngland. The
Hd etrslaa .f- the pjuasfc i,,-e cai-
""'"1 to set the tmtim beutlng, for
""""Kboui one can hear the ,-attlc ,,i
' 1 ;"'l the BlSSsJ o cl.nniorcs
" Iron shields. History tells us that
1 snd ..it it ahaarnd ami
l"1 lhusandf of brave Beottlai hearts
"" t" vlctory.M
SKI TOURNAMENT ASSURED,
hpaming to Hav Usu- Whing
ton's Birthday Cslebrstien.
' if mlng Is to have a ski toumn
" "" Ths committee w hich has been i
u "'! for the pasKueek soliciting'
' M tm with gratifying sue-I
'"' although only a small part
01 ths city has been covered the rep
reasntattoa businessmen so far seen
Great White Zolo & Co.
Mysterious Black Art Act
4 Feature Pictures
OF THE VAN LOONS
WNALi TM& MAT PAR,1.
THe BRANDY AJD WIN. X
OTTUAS AKS. NOT IN TH)
ceuARRrre and nvtvf
I FIND HbVL li NO
Pnaa. in the ic4ox J
have almost without exception prom
Ised support, it is aald. A number of
private subscriptions in $.r and $10
amounts have also been secured. Th
mining companies have promised to
aid the club and the outlook in rosy
for a most successful tournament
The feature of "ski day" t III - sear
will he the holding of dog races on
Main street Instead of Division street
The stores will all be open during the
forenoon giving spectators n chance to
warm themselves while witnessing the
A meeting of the officers of the Ski
club and the solicitors will he held
Tuesday night at which time the prize
to be awardeil will probably be dedd
ed upon and tentative arrangements
for holding the tournament made. I
Is said that efforts will be made thl
year to run the tournament more eco
nomically than heretofore It has been
seen where expenses can he materially
reduced without affecting the success
of the tournament.
The committee which Is soliciting
funds for the club Is composed of
William Lemlnger, chairman; W.
Mcf'orklndule, tleorge A. N'ewett and
ANNUAL SKATING PARTY.
January 23 Is the date set for the
annual skating and dancing party Bf
the employes of Vertln Bros., which Is
to take place at the Palestra Special
features are leinx plnnmd by the
clerks, and everything Is under way
for a successful evening.
The ('. & H. ha ml has been secured
tn furnish music for the occasion. Thf
clerks have ordered forty-foot banners
to be used In Hie decorations at thf
Itileslra, and these should make
tM M Ml 1 1 MM I M MM I Mm
Misses Irene and Delia Knml of
Laurium. uie visiting In Haraga coun
Homer Shearer of Hodman's addl
tion. Is confined to his home by ill
The C. & H machinists will give a
skating party Tuesday evening at th
The Home Fortnightly Hub met Sat
urday veiling at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Oftlbralth.
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Vivian have
moved into the termer residence ol
Qordon u. Campbell.
Robert Wen. who has been spend
ing the past few weeks iii this village,
has returned to Detroit.
Fred Hansen of Caledonia street, has
returned from Baraga county, where
he has been employed.
The Junior class of the Calumol higb
schoof will give a skating party the
latter part of this month at the Pa
lestra. Austin Ttaley of Laurium, has re
turned from a visit to Detroit and
other lower Michigan cities, where he
has been visiting relatives.
Fred Koseveare of the Laurium band
Is suffering from Injuries sustained
while at work underground. He was
struck on the head with a piece of
rock and liadly cut.
The second annual dance of the Ijike
Shore club will be held In Lossel
young's hall Saturday evening oif
next week, January 2. A good time
Is promised all who attend.
Ttalsilnig dogs for their skins la
great Industry In Manchuria.
PA, Yw iqxowt if 1
W0W.CN IIC10 H,vu
hoH UfcAciowj, .sake
THlN? t'Kt IHA1
AKewN t) (Mf- NOW -r
WEJ1 tut ..of,
I flPS AMD
TOBACt, I YfCNPM
' sue 4avr thai Aij.
0 I UAvK itau
The following fighters now hold the
championships of Ureal Britain : Fly
weight. 11L pounds, Sid, Smith; ban
tamweight, l ix pounds, Rigger Stan
ley; featherweight, 26 pounds, Jem
IWiscoll; lightweight. Iff poinds, .Matt
Wells; welterwt ight. 147 pounds. Young
Josephs; middleweight, iff pounds.
Jim Sullivan: light heavyweight, 17.'.
pounds, no holder; hen v w. ight, any
weight, Hombnrdier Wells.
MACKMEN TO START EARLY.
Philadelphia. P.i., Jan. l.V -Connie
Mack, manager of the world's cham
pions, announced today the itinerary
of his two baseball teams through the
south this spring. The first hatch of
plav.-is known as the "se-nd team"
and made up of new men and old pitch
ers. will leave for San Antonio Febru
The "first team" will leave later and
will Include old players and m w pitch
ers. PLAN TRAINING SERIES.
Phlladi lphia, Jan. 15. Horace Fo
gel, president of the Philadelphia Na
tionals and Connie Mack, manager of
the world's champion Athletics, have
arranged a series of spring and fall
games, the latter with a proviso that
neither the Phillies nor the Athletics
won a league hampionship. The series
will open at the Philadelphia ball park
on March M, and the last game will
be played at Shlbe park on April !t.
It wan said of Diderot that In his in
variable optimism he was like oue of
the old alchemists, who always found
gold in his crucible because he had
first put It there. That is what the
Instructed soul learns to do. fur life i
consists always of what we put Into
"Poor Bickers has a very hard heart
ed wife." said Trlvvet.
"What's the trouble now?" asked
"She not only broke the broomstick
over hi head, but made him go to the
store and buy another."
Nature paints the best part of the
picture, carves the best purt of the
statue, builds the best part of the house
aud speaks the best part of the oration.
Flipper And how did your boat
couie to be wrecked? Snipper Well,
you see. she was making so many
knots the crew wasn't able to unravel
He that loses his conscience ha
nothing left that 1 worth keeping
Yegigmn used to enter safes by the
'hammer ami punch'' method. but
about 1KXK one of them discovered how
to make "soup" (nitroglycerine) by the
simple method of dissolving a stick of
dynamite in a Hii of hot water.
System in the Safe
If yov have used an old-time safe for
everai years, take a look in. Some
compartment are over-stuffed,
others unused because they don't fit
books or file you would likely put
ha no arbitrary measurements. Adjustable
aholva. partitions and units permit you to bs
ths architect of your own safe interior. Built
of stsal a perfect flltnr system within Um
reach of every business msis
Wswssslllsw ata for thia city.
MINING GAZETTE COMPANY
THE CALUMET NEWS.
VfcN A CIOAH. U--P7-J
tXD 10U divfe Act. X
NOT A 1MCL
Oh my! If It is this bad now,
A.xi T.r. 1 . I I'M GvK Htifc J
BUILT FOR TWO
MILES A MINUTE
CARS SPECIALLY CONSTRUCTED
FOR INDIANAPOLIS RACES.
NOTED DRIVERS IN
tndtanapoMa Jan. is Two spaetal
motor speed creations, which bid fair
to mark a new aasaadi In tb- building
of racing automobiles, have been en
tered in the second annual .'.oo-iiille
International Hweepstak s race, to be
run on Decoration day, Mav :i, at the
Indianapolis motor sp. lw ay, by the
J. I. Case company of Racine, Wis.
The two cars entered for the ftve
century grind are to be constructed
uloiig lines followed by the most suc
cessful Kuropean racing car manufac
turer and will ihtnhdui'e two new fea
tures, inasmuch as-' they will huve
wire wheels and a specially construct
ed left hand drive, which has not been
used heretofore. The gener.il lines
ol construction which will be followed
out promise to make the cars the most
spectacular In appearame vet built in
The engineers at the factory assert
the speed which these two cars Will be
able to attain will not be less than two
mihs per minute on the straight
aways, and that they will he aide to
negotiate the lull two
miles distance of I on miles per hour.
Louis Dlsbrow. the i 'anions baa tern dri
ver, and Joe Jagei sl.er-ger, the "Flying
Dutchman." have been named to pilot
This latest entry brings the total
now named for the big race up to
six, the other entries being two Btata
cars, entered by the ideal Motor Car
company of Indianapolis; a Flat en
tered by K. K. Hewlett of Los An
geles; and a Si-horsepower Mercedes
entered by Ralph DePalma of New
York. FORM "OUTLAW" LEAGUE.
John T. Powers Elected Head of the
Chicago, III., Jan. lit. Threats of an
"outlaw" baseball leaajue entering
cities now occupied by the American
association atid National and Amer
ican league took i oncrete form here
Saturday when the Celwmlllaii teagus
was organized. John T. Pow.is. was
elected president Xo other ofcer
were selected but will be at another
meeting ill two Week.
The following nun who purpose to
1 is i clubs in their home cities wn.
present: J. C. Mask of Kansas CltJ
Tbt mas Failev and .Fudge Willis Mel
ville of Milwaukee . John Roeslnk ;
Detroit and W. C N'elsan of CMcfcCO
Will Frlan or St lands aud W. II
Pierce of Louisville were represented
b President PoWStB,
Teams also will be placed In either
Cleveland, Columbus, Pittsburg. Cln
clnnati, Indianapolis, Peoria. Minne
apolis or St. Iau4, said President Povv -ers.
Applications have been received
from all of these cities, he said.
Tile announced plan Is to start the
season during the latter part of April
and play Mi gano . Plans were per-
fected toda.v for offering the manage
ment of the Chicago dub to Mordecai
Men who are Interested in the new
movement say they do not wish a
baseball war but frankh admit thai
they will cttrre t h-st as manv hl-r lea -gue
pluyeis to III. it told as le.
P is assorted, however, that no isasty
salaries are tn be paid In order to
get famous plaveis to leave their pres
FRANK ERNE "COME BACK "
New York, Jan. lf. It developed
Thursdaj night that the rumor which
has been in circulation In boxing cir
cles for some time, to the effect that
Frank Erne, the former world's light -wekght
champion vvoiakl return to the
ring. Is correct and tht Erne pro
poses to appeal very short I v In ac
tual combat again with the big gloves.
what will It be after she comes? Sf '
$15,030 WILL BE COMMON.
Ty Cobb Looks for Big Salaries to Pre
vail During Next Ten Years.
Cleveland. Ohio, Jan. 1.V "SalarUs
of 1 1 :'..ooo in baseball will be com
mon inside of pry ears," was the some
what startling statement made by Ty
Cobb, who Ih playing the leading part
In "The College Widow," here tod.l.V.
"HascltuM will continue to Ineren e
In popularity," continued Ty "Kvery
major league club will have a plant
costing from fr.ou.ono to $i noa.ooo.
Many minor league parks will rival
those in major league cities Another
major league will be tornted within the
next five years. Competition will be
come more keen, and star ball plavers
will he ald fabulous sums.
"Ball players will be smarter. ITn
less conditions are satisfactory, they
will organize and lone the magnates
to recognise their rights. Players will
also be faster. A more dashing style
of play will prevail. This, together
wICi the Improvements In parks, will
attract monster crowds, tind the club
owners coffer:; will he filled with gold."
JONES FAMILY PASSING.
Nam May Become But a Memory in
Major Leagues Soon.
If Ihivy Jone falls to hold on with
the Detroit Tigers and If "Tex" Jones
is again shunted to the minors by the
Chicago White Six, the American lea
gue, In l '.!. will be without a Jones
In its circuit for the first time since Its
organixation. Jones has been n promi
nent name in major league boselMiII.
not only In tiie Johnson hague. but
the National as well.
Within the last lew year the Jones
family has dropped away from the
glare of the fans with a ouick thud.
Im i s s . now. there was Fielder Jones.
famous leader of the White Sox; Tom
Jones, first -sacker with the Browns
and Tigers; Charley Jones, the out
fielder; Rumpus Jones, a pitcher, with
the Tigers; Bert Jotics, a southpaw,
with the Cardinals some vears hock,
ami oscar, Jones with I; LKn. so that
leaves nvy ami "Tex" the only repre
sentatives of the Jones family ano
both on weak eletals.
HURTS TRACK PROSPECTS.
Carrels, Track and Football Star
Leaves University of Michigan.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan l Midst
gan's chances for winning the inter
collegiate meet, which, up to today.
were the brightest that they have been
at unv time in the past six veaxs.
v vent glimmering when Allan (Jarrels
announced that he was leaving -
iege. Cail'els received a feu
ter so advantageous that lie did not
feel that he would he doing himself
Justice if he did not accept it. Har
rela is one of the most promising hurd
lers Michigan ever had and llkewi
a f otball player of teiiown
MURPHY NOT WORRIED.
Feels Certain Brown Will Sign Con
tract When Ha Gets It.
Chicago, Jan. l.V President Charles
W. Murphy of the Chicago Nationals
arrived home today from Panama and
v,a. surprised, hut not perturb over
the statement of MordeCal Brown ttutt
he was through with baseball. Brown
made this assertion more (ban a week
a'o. but Miirphv said lie had Tieard
nothing of It until todav .
"It's a long time until th baseball
Season opens," said Murphv, "and we
shall see whether Brown Is on the Job
ai the time. Ask him for a conference?
Oh no. Some time before Feb 1. I'll
soml him a contract. II he turns it. all
M'KERN AN MEMORIAL.
The Misses Elsie and Allie M K. r
nan of Houghton have presented an
excellent likeness of their father, the
late John y. M -Keman of Houghton
to be hung In the McKernan school at
L'Anse. The picture Is hlghl appre
ciated h the lKiird of education and
olber ehoo officers of I.'Ans and will
be given a prominent place In the the college gvmnastum The sere at j H HA.LE- S-rtsim bouse at very
school as a memorial to Mr McKernan. the end of the Aral hslf was 2-2 to 9 and J reasonable flxure. r,2o 4th St.. Blue
who while i resldenl of l. Anse served at the finish 33 to II In fsvor of theJJ", k- Phone and electric lirht. Ap
ss township treasurer, member of the J college team. Bcore were made asj'ly on P"emlaes tr C. a H. offloe.
board f eluctlon and superintendent j foil, wa M C. M Pror field gosls, FoR SAUC 7 -room house and barn,
of the poor. is. foul throws, &. Bchaber. Spark and 3i07 D St
By Fred .
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TWENTY GREATEST HITS
: IN BASEBALL HISTORY
AND WHO MAKE THEM.
Iarry Iijole. Cleveland, hatted for
Jack Oraney ami hit Jwuw- Baker
White Sox pitcher. for two bases
shooting thr.ee men across.
Sam Crawford's home run against
Boston in l!o that cinched the pen
nant for Detroit.
Fred Clarke tied the first pame of
the world's series between Pittsburg
and Detroit In 109 with a home run.
Frank Itaker's two home runs
against Mat hew son and Maruuard
tame pretty close to settling the world "a
I 1 1 . i 'and.il, w I, en h. d mbleTI in tn
ninth inning of the fifth world's series
Rame and pushed two runs across,
sewed up the game. The (Bants won
in the tentli.
Jo- Jackson made the longest home
run ever seen at the Cleveland
grounds. Il blew over the right field
Lnderus' two home runs against Babe
Adams, tying and winning the game.
t'.corge Morlattv. for whom Delhanty
was p.i&.xcd by Harry Krause, came
up ut Shlbe park and cracked the ball
to the scoreboard for three sacks.
obb, Crawford, DHehanty and Oain
er, in a game against Washington with
lmg Tom Hughes pitching, each tri
pled in turn.
Charlie Hickman made wee Willie
Sndhoff cry when he lammed one ov er
the fence with a man on ami the score
3 to 2 against Hickman' team. This
was for Cleveland against St. Louis.
Big Bill Longe humped one SrT the
center lield fence at Cincinnati, the ball
breaking a pane of glass in a saltsm
ami also breaking up a pints hie game
Heine Zimmerman made two home
runs In one day over the left held
fence In Cincinnati, the only time a
ball has been knocked over any of the
Buck F.wing hit tine over the right
field fence In the Id Cleveland ground
that is one of the longest hits ever
Want Crawford in a game at Detroit
against the White Sox pickled a triple
for thre runs that would have been
good for a homer.
Jim Delehanty in the. name game hit
a homer with two men on and a triple
with the bases full.
Oeorgc Stovafl. playing for Cleve
land, faced his brother Jesae. who was
on duty for Detroit. Oeorge whack'd
u trlpl- that saved his Job, but bundled
his brother to the minors.
Kd. McKoan, playing for Cleveland
against Boston, hi: a home rt:n in the
ninth inning with two on. He came up
agiiln with two again on and did the
Oeorge Robe, substitute third nacker
of the Chicago White Sox, hammered
out a triple 1n the final game of the
Cubs' series ami won the world's cham
pionship in lsu6.
Joe Tinker, with a triple won the fa
mous "Merkle game that was played
off. Joe's hit came off Ciirist.v Ma-
Joe Jackson hit a home run with
the basis drunk off Jack Powell of St.
HOCKEY GAME TONIGHT
Mohawk and Portage Lake to Meet at
Amphidrom Thia Evening.
The tdd rivals of the hockey Ice,
Mohawk and Portage Lake, meet tor
e first time this season In a match
at 'he Ampfildrnme Hits evening. Both
teams have leen put in the Ix-st of
trim, the Mohawks 1 their games with
Calumet, the Portage Lakes with their
two games with the Soon last week.
A fine exhibition of the sport may he
Three Junior games were pla.ved at
the Amtttiidmme Saturday, as follow
High School, sophomores defeated thi
Juniors, 6 to 3; Portage Lake Mascots
defeated HancocK Cubs. 4 to I; Boy
Remits defeated White Eagles. 7 to 1.
M. C. M. BEATS K. C. TEAM.
The mining college basket hall team
defeated the Marquette Knights of Co
lumbus. Saturday night In a fast but
somewhat one sided game played st
HAKi- pun .
Ml DARLIN MMMEfc
7WRETCH ' I
Newkirk, two field goals each; Mar
quette K. C.'s Ring, field goal. 3;
Connell, 3; Ring, free throws. one;
Christiansen. The mining t hool will
play a return game ut Marquette on
! PICKERING OFFERED
I- POSITIONS AS COACH
Minneapolis, Jan. law Cap
: tain Kar Pickering of the Pnl
! versify of Minnesota's 1911
football team has been offered
! a position as football coach of
the I 'Diversity of Vermont, lr
was announced today. It is asttd
that Pickering ha also been
olfered a coaching position at
! the U adversity of Nebraaka but
5 has run us yet accepted either
For the first time In the hlstr
n the country, the portrait of the
czars of Russia are being placed on
EMPLOYES OF THE
Calumet & Hecla Mn'g Co
Who wish to sell their houses or buy
houses on Co. Land; who hav rooms
to rant or who wiah to rant rooms, are
invited to advertise n this column
wthout any expanse.
I It SAL K W-roorn house, modern
conveniences, steam heat, good foun
dation und plumbing. Apply s.r0 Cam
bria St., Calumet
FOR SALIO 31 29 Tunnel 3t.
FOR SALE 7 -room house. 407 Cone
FOR 8AL.E House, HI 6 Hecla tt.
FoR SALE -room houe. 750 Water
FOR SAU0 Four -room cottage, 2202
Middle St., Calumet.
FOR BALD d-'ive-room I. .use No 24t I
B street. Apply Jas. Burnette. x
FOR SALES -room house, summer
kin 'hi n. coal shed, barn room for
gel tc. Apnly I'.OS Hecla St.. Hec
la F .-v SALE 11 -roomhouse. Apply 250
F H RENT
4 RiKiius, 3204 Rlitge St.
FoR SALE -hive-room hou
tR SALI-: ti-riKim cottage, ut u
bargain. 2614 Liberty street. Raym
I-N R BAIaM lJ-ioom house, ltitij thul
FOR SAIJ5--4-room house. No. 4fr..
behind Culumet dam. Inquire within.
-M-room htuse, 4S2 Elm
him SALE l.V2f. Hecla St
IMR SA LE
foundation. 7 -room house with rock
726 Waterworks St.
No :i33 Tunnel
I R SALE Houae. No. 4083 Elm St..
FOR RJONT 3 furnished rooms. Mod
ern conveniences. 3s7s S-ott St
FOK SALE l-loom house. No. 344
Swedetown road. Apple on premises
FoR SALE Lot 3. block 3 Wolverine
St.. Florida. Apply at Mrs Chap
mans boarding house. 123 Kearsarge
FoR SAI.K -Seven-room house,
Caledonia St.. Calumet. Mlt h.
FOH HALK -a -room house. No. 371. on
Caledonia St. Particulars ut Wlck
strom A Co.'a atre. Pine St.
Ft WR SALE House No. 45". Caledonia
Ft R SALE House. No. 4i3i Oak St
Foil SALE -6 -room huae and barn
Apply at 363 Caledonia St. x
M H SALE -5 -room houae. cheap. 34a
!-R SALE Six room
I am. an St.
26.M Cnlon Street. A good house In
a desirable location. Apply on prem
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