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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1912.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FIVE ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Economizes Butter, Flour9 Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar t-xcrilv anil live out of doors us much as practicable. He spent Iva yearn In hU native land, And followed tncJlcal advice U the letter. A few yeuri ttttu lie returned here. He soon klU to decline, however, and Kiudually be came weaker, until death claimed him IhhI evening. The funeral will be held bookers afkl ha . aj w a 5 .1 .UevJi a con alateat heady plaj'er. Mackln is pk-ko an one ? the teen t greatest ball plaer-j lu the West ern league by V. II. Nh;JherQf th well known writer athlctiis. lu a n i nt writcnp naming ttm tWMI I players wham h thinks Mm at fitted to 1 1. 1 i an Mary'H Italian church, and interment pheruon in Liilie View cemetery, : LAURIUM BREVITIES : i T ItTtTTTTTTTtTTTtTTTTT Mrs. John Amanda left yesterday for South Dakota point. Miss (JenevicVe Mctirath is ill at her home on Pewubic strc t. t apt. Thomas Hoatyon h.us cturned from a business trip to Chicago. lieorgc Vestor haw gone to Huraga, where In- will spend .i few days. ileorge Krlck ol Cay has been spend ing few days with Laurium friends. Mrs. .Mini. Menzlcs has returned home alter spending a week visiting Ilnbbell relatives anil friends. The members of tiie Kp worth league of the Laurium M. K. church held a Laurium Department has the following jKira- graph: "At second base is Johnny Mackln of Letbbndge, now o r.drnontnn, who stands first anions the ke storm suck ers of the league, only for an lnjur to his knee, from, which he never en tirely recovered, M kin would be the star In the Northwestern Ills knowl edge of Inside ball and his ipilck think ing abilities aloiiK with hi splendid llelding makes him a valuable man to any team." WHAT'S IN A NAME? When PAYS VISIT TO S00. J. T. Rowe, of Laur'ium, Food Inspec ts Finds the Dairies 0. K. J. T. Howe of the state food and dairy department, whose territory in clude the entire upper peninsula, and who hU been in the Soo and vicinity lor the past week In the Interest of the department. leevca today, says the Hoo News. Mr. Howe's Inspection of conditions in this city has made public the fact that our dairies are now being conducted along health ful ami sanitary, lines, and that there has been a wonderful Improvement in litis dlrei (ion within the past year. All the score of 4 to 1. The article of hockey pat up was llrst-class. and the 400 or more fans that wltnesaed the match were on their feet most of the lime. Monroe shot the t'rescent's onl peat, while Trcglown was the star for the winners. It is probable that a series tit games between these two teams will be arranged during the next tWO weeks. HAVIS TELLS OF SH0W8. Many Fighters Change Names They Enter The Ring. What's in a name' The! qoeetloa has been asked man times We ask it at;aln just by reason of an Intro duction to a perfect I good little article on the habit of prize lighters in chang ing their names when they enter the regular meeting Monday evening. Miss 1 sm.nred arena, says the livening WIs- Reatil had charge. consln. Hither they . haute it bv ui.se M. B O'Brien, formerly of Laurium. I they are ashamed of their own, to i?et sener.il manager of the Detroit Life I a shorter one. or because there la like- Insurant e company, has returned home lihood of some fierce cognomen bring alter visiting with local friends. ing terror into the hearts of their op A simial meetinir of the Laurium 1 laments. Hi re are n, few of the cntitle- eounell will be held tomorrow alter- aicnts used by aoJiic it the leading noon at which time tin reeent election' scrappers today.'. The fighter's real results will be ra tilled. No other husl - ; 11a me Is given lu parenthesis: ness of Importance is likely to be transacted. It is expected that Marshal James V. Wllla will shortly give orders for buslnesa men and others to clear their sidewalks of ice. This year the 01 111 1 11 decided to hae the walks cleared at the same, time to make them uniform for pedestrians'. Heretofore It has been the practice to elear sidewalks outside boelneaa places in haphazard fashion. Will Meet With Laurium Park Direct ors Again This Evening. The directors of the Laurium I'ark association will meet this evening to 1 he dairymen have cither put in Of further confer with W. K. Havls of are putting in an ice supply Mifli.cnt! Chicago, in regard to bringing the to keep their milk at the proper 111- "Maieppa and (Heater United Shows'" peratUN during the heated term. Thai t- Laurium the week of July Fourth. . ins were found to he .ban and In the! Mr. Havls Is the general rcprescn- , . 1 ..million possible and the analy- tallve ..I the company and has 1 n In Hi at the milk show ed a good percent -1 Calumet for the past two days. Ho age of butter fat. running as high as! states that his company operates a I.I pef cent train of eighteen cars, carrying llfteen ! ....t.l !..,, ..,.! thl'.ut t I. (ill.- Ill I - the Soo are under "'" m T" T chines. There are also several nee attract ions. The chief of the hitter is the Marvellous Oreggs." w hose work U in miniature aut JOHNNY MACKIN HONORED. Former Copper Country Player To Manage Edmonton Tesm. The News notes from Bduionton pa pers that John Mackln is to again manage the Kdnionlon baseball t am of the Western Canada league the eom Ini season and is already net tang his men signed up and making other ar rangements for the summer. As he was while at Dollar Hay and Houghton so he Is at Edmonton the pride and Tommy Hums (Noah fcruaso). l'ackey JMi lirland (Patrick M.Far land). Kid McCoy (Herman k. ioihy). Diek Ilvland (Wllllnm I'ren). Barn Lewie (Hear: Mehterlna). sailor Burke tHiati s Praaner). Knockout lirown (Valentine Itraun) IVankle C.nley ( lYam . s. o Conte). Young Lritt (Henry Trefflnger). Leach Cross (Dr. Louis C. Wallach). Jim Flynn (Andrev Haynea). Tony Ross (Antonio Roailaao). Charlee Lawrence (Charles Cohen). Kddie Sherman (Nathan Sherman). Jack Wilton (Wllliani J. Itreslln). EVENING THE LOSS. Borrow a I aaked you for the loan ten. This ia only live. Lenders I know U i.s. but that' the fairest way Vou loao live and I lose live. ' Bnv. The residents of obligailcna l the oflleera and mem-1 hers of the. Civic. league for this asj WT1 as other reforms that have baejl made in the .otiiinunlty since Its or-, gnnlsatlon. it s the leaajtte that first .ailed attention Id the unsanitary' condition Of the local dairies and the; methoda employed by the milkmen in the i.lsposal of their product and! made warfare thereon. The fROCta llon baa inaiu other reforms in mind., v.hlch will be brought to the atten tion of the public this spring and in which the co-operation of the resi dents of this city Will be asked. Is an endleaa chain. I he peo- Imi of ih.. Inns. 11. has i.laved the 1 nle we envy are cnv Ing some on. game ever since he way in knicker- I higher up. M CRESCENTS' FIRST DEFEAT. is said to be almost beyond belief. The Oreggs ascend ,n a height of sixty feat where they are released from a platform slmultan just nhead of the other. On reaching the pi t form at the end of the run down, one of the riders performs thief BOWaraauKa hi the air. landing on a second platform 42 feet distant, whllo the se-oml ri.ier continues his course making the leap straight throuuh the air. The actions of the riders are so tim., that the leading automobile lands la hind the second one. at the completion of the a. t. It is a very Crack For Laurium defeated. turning tht 1 nnii ,. hazardous act. and is bound to be ap- Hockey Team Loses to Dollai m a a predated. Bay Shamrocks, 4 to 1. - ... the first time this season, the. "The (,h,bc of IVath is another at- . -..,. ilva l .veil worth see In Two ci. se. nts were-last evening. " the Dollar Hay Shamrocks Idcycle riders enter a cage that has an . . .. 1 . . j-. .1 f. ir the tlrst I., feet. trick at the Palestra D u... .. . land then rh'e:- perpendicular. The rld- ' ! 1 prs negotiate the perpendicular alier attaining speed. Tiie act Is very clev er. There an- numerous other attrae Hons which will be announced In duo course. Mr. Havis states that his com pany Is one or the best carnival ut- tract lona .n the read. GRAND THEATER UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE Bannister & Vizzard the life saver and the bathlnej nir' - With special scenery and effects. New Pictures Today TOMORROW "TheGreat Train Robbery and Marks & Vernier who sing, dance and say things ft THEATER Mon., Tues. and Wed, BIG FEATURE ACT The Kaufman's PREMIER JUVENILE ENTER TAINERS Greet Novelty Act SPECIAL SCENES AND ELECTRI CAL EFFECTS FRANK TORREANO DEAD. Death Clsims Well Known Resident After An Extended Illness. After an illness extending over a period of several years, death claimed I'rank TorrejMsa, at the home of his mother on Heel street. Lenrtnaa, last night The di-ceascd was aged 4.". and ...... He Is survived bv his motner. one sister. Mrs. Kate Barsanti ..I this tlty. and two brothers. August of Onlamet and Joseph of Nevada. Tin iHin-r hs the well known snare drummer of the H. bond. K..rn In Ilalv. th. lata Mr. 'I'orreaim , ;,,iie 1. Cahawet when ant young with his parents. He had been a resi dent 'f Ibis city for the past II years, and was well known. About llfteen b went to Detroit to re side While there he was almost as phyxiated through Inhaling a quantity r.t ., mi lnnirs became affected, i(nd he was ordered to Italy t- recu- Verate and Instructed to take plenty of Wtheater11 i . ," "The House of Quality All Feature PICTURES KEIIP YOUR KYE ON TH j&OARD;, ENTIRE CHANGE OF PICTURES FEATURING Pres. raft at (he White House Signing the proclamation making An zona a rtate. "The Oathlflis Office" Western Drama Pathe's Weekly AND FIVE OTHERS COMING THURSDAY EDNA NORUM IN SPOTLIGHT SONGS 0ID YOU HEAR OUR ORCHESTRA? SPOETINO DEPARTMENT CHICAGO TO SEE CLASSY BOXERS M FARLAND, M'GOORTY AND KEL LY TO ENTER RING WITHIN FORTNIGHT. SOME FINE EVENTS. hi kid treated Cleveland and New York HkIi fani lO another exhibition that fairly daz.Hng. Hums of N'' York vaa jack..! out at this time to go against Packe becauae of the unamhMhCtor' enduu to their recent affair In New York I At least it was extremely unsatlafs I tors to H.ickcv. whose Iniured lam( j nan In such bad condition that was forced to rail off a lucrative naaemenl in Philadelphia the f dlowmi l night. Since then Packey has 1 J: earning for another crack at tli McGoorty-Kelly. The McX3oort-KoHy contest shoul. be highly interesting. MoOoort matelwd in San l-Yanciaeo with I ran. Klaus, the bout loliig achedulcd fi next month after raldle gets IhrouK I with some 1 1 1 1 n- r oaaeTenients in tah land across the bay. Kor this reeaoi I he cannot well afford to glo Kellj single ohajiee In this Keneaha battU Indeed, unless he bests K clean cut etyle he will go t the la Wi at with unite a black mark a MM. I'or that reason one can IKrur thai he will i- Kcllv a m argument when they meet. Keii gmn symptolna 6f fast return imr form In his rotitee1 ni Kenoshi a slmrt time i,iek lth Knocleou Hrow n Me still is the master mln as far as boxing is concernel. nl lha (lure is No doubt. Some of th critics thought he was tiring iaidh at the cloee oi 1 hat conteat and coul. I;ardl have fone much farther. That remains an open question Kelly knows, being a great general how to conserve his strength and th- way he finished his battle with Browi Is somethim; that Is known only b hiniMcH. That his condition inns' have In'en entire!)' satisfactory to him self is Datonl ironi the fact that h- ImmediateK clinched a meeting will IfcOoorty, th. nardeai man .i them ai ust at thu preaenl time. By Ed W. Smith. It Is not often given to ChfOOJM DOXlna tans to see three of the world's neatest boxers in aefloii within live ilays. This It exactly w iia.t the Keno sha rinu will otter this month, The l oxers w ho aro on display are Pnokos m i aiiand. MMIe MttOoorty and Hugh Kell. tin; first named being coupled with Kid Hums of New York, who is something of an unknown ouahtlt' in these parts and whohl chief claim to fame Is the fact that he raled a beautiful "mouse" on Packev's eje in a recent built In New York city. The Mci'arland-Hums contest will be staged l'rhla night by the Iv'-no.sha Athletic club. Mc.oorty and Kellv will box ten rounds the foHowlttg Wedm sday night In a contest that will go a long way towards settling the imniedbitc fu turo of both men. McFarland Remarkable Man. M I'arland doiibtleaa Is tlio most remarkable of the langer of the light weight boxers. His recent form has been auch that ring t rltlcs are annexed. He fairly staggered Chicago followers of th.- name by his dn.xling displax against Kddie Murjihy in the South liend ring recently and later on he Vaudeville ---and Pictures Hamilton & Lane German Comedians Independent Pictures Potatoe Matinee 3AYS ATTELL FAKED. San Francisco Paper Charges Abt Mede Proposition to Murphy. S..11 rYancleco. March 13 The t'al prints an a. count of an alleged pro posal for a "fake" knockout said t have b 1 made i Ah- Alt "II to "Har lem Tommy" Mmih 1 a." Saturday be fore their -"-round tiiJit Aftcll dniies the accusation, am khs he known of no understa.idinK regarding th" fight and made no prop osition to Murphy Or his manager. According to .lames Hm kb. Mar ph's manager, as he Is iiuolcd in the fall the first suggestion as to lix Ing" the light was math? "try At tell Feb. . 1. He wan net told aoatUVely thai no agreement would h- made, it 1- allMeted. ' . "Another meeting was arrarwed. said the newspaper account, "and this time Murphy accompanied hi min tger, Murphy was asked If he wouln arree to tall lo tlneena! uit.r Ing a certain hloe hd tretenl to bi unable to rise. - He taid he refuse. Last Wednesday or Thursdsv night, n resm.ns. to a", telephone mag''. Hucklev met nei and again liMened a gam CHEAPER LAMPS We quote the following reductions in price of Latest Type Mazda Tungsten Lamps SIZE NEW PRICE Watts Gandle Power Clear Frosted 25 20 $0.50 $0.53 40 32 55 59 60 48 75 80 100 80 1.10 1.17 150 120 1.65 1.75 250 200 2.30 2.45 Discounts Given on Standard Package Lots REMEMBER Mazda Lamps consume LESS THAN HALF as much current as carbon lamps of the same candle power Houghton County Electric Light Company ust before the two men went Into he ring. Buckles wea ceiled from turph's dressing room by Altell and isked if the Harlem boy w.is read) l" day the part Attell wiaheal to assign o him. Huckh-y that even then ie did not give a d. finite answer, and", hat ai no time had au. u receive leflatte reply." Into direct contact with the rest of the' collier 'lie" representatives since the I Rlber meeting of the 'Hlg Kigbt deleagies, an.: be is planning to attend the next session, which will prOhabl taJte place a week from next Wadas -day, aloag with the meeting of tbe "Ulg BtSbt present. Stugg's sum mer aaaet-all opinions will get a hear ing at that time. U P LEAGUE THREATENED. Question of Admitting Nnw Tsams Causes Marked Controversy. The Marouetle-Ilelta , it; t..is. l..M .ague may to Ih pieces aa the tesiilt ' f a coatroeeraj :iv to whet hi r or not Carl Ret to feaal Menominee Win be al- owed to enter the league this um ner. Itniffaaaalailrn of Harejaeite, Ne aonaa ami lahpeenlaf, threa of the our teams in th Northern I. ku. net last neck, and voted to act against ny attempt on tbe art of Kscanaba o enlarge the b dgue so as to in. Ittdi .lurinette and .Menominee. T!ie ;ilso avorably iIIm iikwi! the formation of : vlar-iuette county le.Lgitc to im-hub nly the three tennis from MahfUelUt, thDOaalng and Noiaune", Mius giving anabu the altern.it l a of hlfaalllf o whatever the other Hume want, or -getting out. A. eording 10 the Hi ' 1 n aba paper.'! :scinaba mav take the eJtafHBtlVaf Of gitling out." relying on the hopes of omrUfeJ a n W bane.- I itb the twill Hies and il'Ulh't ' .lie. i-'.sea 11,1 ' a fa. is iellee th it M I tlolC ill. e. Miirtliette and iladstone are more natnril enemies f HMMhaki in the base-hall WOM 'han the teams fartb-r north ml thU ;Hte receipts In such a league uoiild ie' larae. Heme the II. w ,. ..hm 1 . i 1 1 1 is that Marinette, Men mmee. i an. :'.. a-ul Wadstone mi.y form a league for Sat unlay and Sunday ball next season. ABOLISH HAMMER THROW, v New fork. March 1.1. The v abolition of the hammer now seems probable as a result of the plea made .it tbe lust meet- Ing of th- Intei.olleaiale As- iatlon of Amateur Athletes of America. Pennsylvania llrst tried to have the event ellmin- ated following I fatal I M blent at franklin tleld, and now Yale and Harard earnestly are ad- v.M.iting such action. : SAYS AMERICANS WILL WIN. : : N"vv York. March 111 "Kng- ' land s chances of vicf-Ty in thtt ! v Olympic games are small,-' says v j . .. Kiantoti, an author- 4 Itv n athktfJei in Ur.at Kilt- ain. In a letter r,.ivel here. : "aii heifcattoM potaa la a n-pe- titlon of an American vbtory ! at Stockholm this year and a , further disu.'enecthroimh Infer- : lor showing of the Mritish atb- : leteS." SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. Tbe Atlanta club hns signed Pitcher Martin YV.ilsb. brother f "Big: Ed" Wabb. of the Cbft0a Wb to S... Bdntiad Lam. the Saranae ...k. skating marvel. Is also a ball plaver. He has signed with the Mansiield t..u:i of the diio State league. Washington and Lee leads th. col lege l.asi ball te ins in the numlier : gaims schedubd for the coming season vvitb a list Of lhirt -thrc contests. The signing "I MatTy Steinfeldl bf Roger Hreanahan mesns thai H and Klhe Mowny "vvin fight it ot I the third ba.se Job with file Cardinals. The genuine big show of tlm pre liminary mmsop comes "ii Mareh when the New York Amerlenns will otK-n the new National ieagut pari. Ifl incinnat i. The I'ittaburg teuni will do the most traveling of any of the sixteen major league clubs during the coming so -son. Allowing 25 men on each trip. Harney Ireyfus will have to btt) Stt 1.7:5 miles of transportation The Milwaukee County Hospital 8CH00L OR NURSES. ofners to a limited number of yuuns women an excellent course in the theo ry and praeficc of nursing. Applicants should be between tr-. ages of and 30 years. hnc a g U Kngllsh edm ation Hiid be of good mor sl character. Monthly cash allowances after the probationary term. Applica tion papers and bulletin of Information sent on re-piest. Address; Milwaukee County Hospital School for Nurses. WAUWATOSA, WIS. COACH STAGG TO FIGHT. Chicago Football Mentor to Oppose Changes in the Rules. fhlcaaro. Mm March 13. t'oa.b . Alonxo Stagg of the University of Chi cago Is preparing to Injis-t several new! lementf Into the ' HI? Klght athletic situation when he returns to the Mid way this week to tale up bis Maroon hurdc'is. According to word received yesterhiy. the director will arrive Thursday or Friday, and will hold c.nf.i n.e with the athletic, OoarO. immediately In order to lay his latest' i.bas before the authorities. Water Pipes Thawed Out by Electricity If your water pipes become frozen, phone us and we will thaw the'm by Electricity OUR CHARGES ARE REASONABLE HOUGHTON COUNTY ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. Phone 100, Houghton; Phone 104, Cslumet: Phone 15. Lake Linden. -- 1 J Saturday The Midway coach has not com