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MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1912.
THE CALUMET NEWS
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS: Father's Plan Was Rather Foxy, But
By F. LEIPZIGER.
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HANCOCK AND HOUGHTON
IN IMPORTANT CONTEST
FOOTBALL CHTAMPIONSHIP FIN
AL COMES NEXT SATUR
DAY AT HOUGHTON.
Houghton's victory ovr Culumrl
,,itiinl.iv iiitrrnvfI thu t'lutriipiiiiiHhlp
lHir Housliton ntl Hancook. Moth
ttiims are now inoparlng fur th Mr
Lait It next Saturday nn tho Vivian
llclil iit Hast HouKhton, which will
(liln-r yo tho championship ti Ilan
((,ck n' tie the teams for firnt place,
licith ure conlklent of vktory.
Tin- ttaniH mot earlier In tho reason
in the IHincock team's home Krounds
1'iid il.mcock llnally won out after
l-oiic'Hon had led all through the
tiist 'luee iiarterH. The aliHeneo of
(Jiii'i toi lak Vhil l'enherthy woaken
(l the lloughto.' line-np. I'enberthy
ia new hack in the tmc.
A Few Comparisons.
A enmparlNon of the two teaniM and
their leinids this year nhow them to
le iiy evenly matched, and if
lliiiiuliton uliiH on their home grounds
iiinl a third iriimo is played on a neu
tnl field to decide the championship,
it will tie hard to pick the winner.
In ili matter of points Kcored ho far
Houghton is sliKhtly In tho lead with
;i tetal of if). Haiieock has s -ored 69
i:piI '.ilninet only . HoUKtiton lias
hccii s-'ored fn hut once. Mcl'lynn
T!issins the lino for a touchdown
I '.UH'n'-'t has been scored on twice,
eiu !v Htu fif Calumot and once by
Koy. rx of Houghton.
The lollowinut Khows how each team
marie its points:
Moiichton 37 Calumet 0
Housliton H Hancock 7
H'Mtphton 27ralumet 0
lloiitthton ... 70 Opponents ... 7
iMi'oik SOCslumet 0
lneoek 7 HoiiKhton fi
'' "" " k 42 Calumet 0
ll.llieoek .... :t OppOtlftltS .. 12
rfl"inet n Hancock ' l'
CahiinH . ... 0 llonnliton 37
t fi Hapcoi-k
''''"met 0 Houghton
'Hhinift ', Opponents .. U'ti
DAMAGE AU WITH BLUES.
K;,n-,is City, M,,., (,. "s. .Tip lUir
'hii v , ), ;, tl ,)ir,, .slili,, ,in tno
"'Mtisii I'iiv ;,,0H infold tiext yenr ir
" O" "I'ill IH'IIOII' lO
''"I" Hi- liit. di'fk-ult corner tender
f"" "it.. ;i;,ms of (h,, lmliunopolls
I'iIi or any other player.
HAS LAST RALL THROWN.
ii- Kirh r h ms ficnt v t-.. Itlll
I'rown. :l .! (inc f.nr tnmtiV fan. the
I'M ial pitched l.y Christy Malh-nv-'"
In the linal Kinie of the w rld'
"'"fs. 'J'he hail hs d'ne m in tln
"H'l lirewn ha.s hf would net t-ell
Ask Your Druggitt or Doctor..
Insist Upon it Being
Bosch ' DcTSZ't
Lkt Lindon, Mioh. and at
MICHIGAN IS DEFEATED.
Football Team Loses it Syracuse by
18 to 7 Score.
Syracuse, N. V., Oct. VS.--The Syra
cuse tlevtn found Itself Saturday af
ternoon in the pa me ai-ainst the di
versity ef Michigan football Irani and
"Hurry Up" Vnt'n men were i!f-at-ed.
IS to 7. The pam". hih w;u
dayed on wet Held imkI with a liKht
rain fallinn-, was the most spi-Mucular
yet Met n here.
J-icwis Castlo, rlsht halfback of the
:ranKe. was the particular star, mak
ing a f rty-flvo yard run f jr a touch
d -wn after sco ipiM? up the ball and
dashing bv tw'ff MichlKan backsi H
made another run of thirty yart'n am'
olio of twenty arls, ns veil hm many
short plunpvs thrcujih and around the
SePioiir, the diminutive Orarue
rl",ht end, also shone, making several
sensational tackles and receivinr one
forward pass from Castle, for A i;aln of
Kcr Michigan, Captain Tlnunson and
Cratu plae1 tho b-8l (fame, lluebel,
the Muarter. made many fumbles of
li.ints ard I'.arton. who was at inter,
also made several bad pi'.sscs which
proved disatnus for tho Ann .rbor
team. I'ive times durimK: the battle
lVirton passed tho ball hUh or alon-:
the jiTt I'r.d to Thomson In tossing it
Kick fir kicks. Thomson b.inry rot
tiio khks i ff with no distance or niif
downed in Ida tracks.
Other Football Results.
New Haven, Conn., Oct. "S. Show
ing unexpiHtcii ni'snsslvineKS in cf-fttisivi-
work and a consistently tisht
defense, Washington and JcTitsou
held Yale to a 13 to 3 score Saturday
afU Tin on.
Princeton Easy Winner.
Tiincton, N. Y., Oct. "S. Prim-eton
surprised the most optimistic f her
followeis here by defeating lirtmMtth
to 7. It vas the rlrst i-.-sil tost or
the season for tho Timers. Pi Inceton's
victory was jmrcly a renult of "out-ri-'.htinK"
Harvard Defeats Brown.
Cambridge, Masv., Oct. 2S. Mjii.v
brilliant runw. mu(h Hue puivtlmr, an
unutjual number of penilties, mostly
against tho Crimson, and ineffectual
line pluniing by noth learns marked
Harvard's vi tory tvtr P.iown. 3 to K.
Pennsylvania Again Defeated,
Philadelphia, Pu , Oct. Pornsyl -
anlj htd atiothcr sad day on the foot-(.-ill
fold here Saturday nft-inoon.
imetin her third defe-it of tin: sea
son, this time at the hands of Lafay
ette. 7 ti 3.
Chicago Beats Purdue
Chlcavro. II! . Oct. L'S.--The Ci:ier-
it v of Chica-'o m ido fnrt'T 'sti ides
toward the "biK nine" hamph n-diip by
bcatinsr Purdue university. 7 to 0. Full
luck Pierce bucked tlucuKh the lin
lor the only touchdown ten minutes
alter the battle started. The rest of
the contest conslsto! of punting and
alternate clayhes of brilliant straight
Kloemlnffton, Ind.. (Xt. 28. The
Northwestern unlwrslty football team
rallied after the lirst period ard c
ftated lrllana iinlxcrslty by a score of
2 1) to 7. The Hooslcr team showed a
Jlash in tho first period, like it did a
week ?', when it score 1 against lllln
r.ls, but after that time failed to hold
M, A. C. Overwhelms Depauw.
lamslnjr, Mich., Oct. 28. By the
score of 5H to 0. the Mlchlvnn Agri
cultural eolleue humbhsl lieinuw uni
versity. I . Miller, tho spoedv lXt end
or the former eleven, was tho stur p-r-fovmer.
Four tlmrs In the flixil o,u:r
tcr Mlilor carried the ball a-rns tho
Oepauw ponl lino. Line plui Kes and
forward pesses pie the "Aggica" mwt
Kf their gain1.
Nebraska Beats Adrian.
Lincoln, Neb.. Oct. 28. Playing the
visitors off their feet In tho erly
stages of today s tamo, Nibrpska won
from Adrian, Mich.. coIK-ko. 41 to 0. Of
the forty-one points Nebraska un vp
twenty In the first twelve minutes of
rjnmfs In the east:
Carlisle. 31; OoorMetown, 20.
Lehlah, 12; Urslnus, 0.
8wnrthmoro, 40; Johns Hopkins, fi.
Army, l: Coiuato. 7.
Navy, IS; Plttsbursh, .
Cornell, Ui BucUncll, 0.
PALZER CHARGES BRIBERY.
Big Scandal Expected in N. Y. Boxirvj
New Y.ork. Oct. 28. Prank X. O'Noil.
chairman of the state boxinig n inmls
i ion. was served with a summons of
Thursday in an notion hrmtaht by Al
l'aler, heavy weight puuilist. to re
cover Pulxer claims bo nave this
tnor.oy to o'Nell upon the I'ommssi'm
er's promise to arrange a li'lit for
lilin with Jack Johusmi In Madisot:
S'liiaru Cirden last month. A bl;;
scandal is expect-ed to result
Palzcr said ho demanded tho return
of the money when the ' match fei:
through and a short time later he wa
summoned to O'Nell's o'Mce. where ()'
N'eil asked him to sign a statement de
nying that he had ever niven the com
missioner any money."
Palzer then ipiotcd o'Nell as rayinr,
"You know I am a state boxing com
mlssioMT and I am not in a posit'oi.
to have it known I received mono
from you or anyone else."
Palzcr's manager is Tom o'f;mrki
of the National Sporting club, wh'cb
was ro -entlv closed by the boxing coin
OTTO SUTER WILLING.
Clevelander Anxious to Sign Up Wit!
Miller. Ir. M. A. Mathews of I'iindreau. S.
!., who Is tho business manager o'
Otto Suter, the Kreat !lttlo ClovelKnt
wrestler, has written to the I'utiitl:
Herald and stated that he Is wlllim
to back Suter !n a match against tin
chnmplon. Here is what he siys in
"On behalf of Otto Suter I wish tr
,-liallange Walter Miller. 1 will nnk
anv l(i Ixt Miller may wish and will
wrestle him wlnn r take all. Sulci
wre-tled Miller tho two lont'est
matches of his career t ne of them in
Uuluth five years a so, which went
ni urs and 35 minutes; tho other In St.
Paid, which went 3 hours and 7 min
"Suter Is blgsor tnd stronger than
ever find if Miller will consent tf
wrest'o him ho will got a g od look
at the ceiling."
Miller has sa'd rlRht al ng tl.at In
w'll tar no man In tho world of his
weight. Suter is about tho same
poundage as Miller, troto Is-ing prob-
al ly tu t two pounds difference in the
.oipht of the b'i,. Tho hill imre ifu
!ie"n forwarded to the little Pol., in
tho copper cn'M-try, where ho is
the present time visit. vy hi" brother
MICHIGAN ENDS WEAK.
Must Take Brace to Fit Wolverines
Ann Arbor, Mkh., o.-t. 28. Weak
ends are again tlio big problem of
tho Michigan foot ball (cam. Ix'st fall
this was the one big question that I; opt
Yost ivmndng part of tho time. le-
M.lto tho fact that "Stan" Well- wa."
o.i tipylng one of thooxtremitles, part
of tho time, he was soon Khiftcd to
h alf ard Pontius and Oarrots wore sent
to the end of the line. Hi th of those
-nor. w e re Injured In mid season and as
a result the work of this departmmt
wa ragged In 4hu biuger games.
With the Mg games still cr. ml ig
whore such men as Morer and Minds
will try to skirt tho Wolverine f'aniks.
it seems almost necessary for dras
tic action. Michigan must have endu
tJ stof tho fleet footed Pennsylvsn
lans and thy don't sem to lie about.
Probnt dltles are thnt iHrton will go
bcfc to his Job ard will mnko pood
their. W ho will M tho oth'T sloe cm
oi ly bo guess work but It. Is a cinch
Unit' It will bo weak Mnlos tho other
aspli'ir.ts for the endH tak; a bin brace.
JOE WOOD STARTED AS
BLOOMER GIRL PITCHER
Joe Wood's Mart In piofes.sii.ival
baseball really dates from the time the
Ploomer (llrls, an itinerant aggregation
mailo ii tnostl of women, visited Ness
City, Kan. .bio pitched that game for
Ness City and the girls raid: "How
can we hit the ball when we can't see
It?" Tho score was 1! to 1 in favor of
Wss City, and when the I'.loomc- Cirls
phned the next town Joe was with
thorn, a line looking J 7- ear-old 'girl,"
and remained with th-m during th"
He next pltch-i! fir the Hat hinson,
Kas., nine and from there ho went to
Kancas City. He astonlslu d both the
professionals and f m. for he was still
but a boy of 18 years, l'roni there he
vent to the P.oston Itl Sox, and this
: ar he has been astt nlshiir the base
ball world. The enthusiasm of Joe's
bnyheod friends at Ness City virp-s on
til" senlimei.tal. They are ull lied Sox
fans, and are planning a t reat iwip
lion for their hero.
Mbnny, N. Y.
of 27.t 1 vptern.
rovrts resist rat Ion
rain of 431.
New York University, Williams,
Amherst. 1. Trinity, 0.
Homes In the wesl:
Helolt, 7; lna Cor noil. 0.
Macllisttr collegrp 15; North la-
Ohio state. 4.1; Cincinnati. 7.
St. Louis l'nl versify, ?1; Miami. .
Marnuotte L'nlVf raltj-, 0; Law rer.ee.
Minnesota, PC: Towa, 7.
Ohio Yisleynn, 4: Cnsi, 19
Western r.oscrvr, i; Obirlln. ?S.
Knnna I'tilvetslty, 19; Kansas Agri
cultural college, 6,
IS FRANK CHANCE JOKING.
Says He Will Pass Up $18,000 a Year
To Pliy With Cubs.
If th" statement credited to Frank
L. Chance to the effect that he is will
ing to play ball for $1,2H a year when
ho could K-t $18, one ,r, n in , tho former
manager of the C ibs has e-irivd his
id. eo as the ni'ist extraordinary ball
player who" ever lived.
Chai: e, so his Inter, lowers wo ild
have US believe, k;is that ho doesn't
care for money. Imagine a ball player
not caring a thing about vulgar du-
.Vs? Most of tho fraternity do Mot
lovo Iik to any more than thy love
their eyesight and hearing at that, but
It is something cntinTy new t have
ore come out tlatly ami say thu "mon
ey is no consideration.'
Frank declares that ho has all the
coin now that ho possibly can. use for
the remainder of his days a'd that
ho would rather wcept a contras t from
Murphy at the modest figure of fl.2ou
and try like the humblest r cult t"
gain a place on the team than aocop
the. mawngerlal berth w ith another
club at a large salary.
It hardly seems poasiblc that a mag
nate would ask a man who has served
him so lotiH- and faithfully as Chame
ba.s served Murphy to work f r a pil
tamo, but this fellow Murphy Is a
Mrango bird and h may take lTai:!.
up on that offer to toil for $1,200 a sea
con. CLEVELAND WANTS GAME.
Houghton Team Will Likely Make
Trip to Ohio Town.
Manager McNaniara has received a
letter from the Cleveland -hockey team
asking If it would be possible to ar
range a game between thj Vlevoland
team and the Portage Lakes of
Houghton for the lirst week in le
eember. Cleveland is out for the ama
teur championship of tho United
Stales and is trying to arrange games
with all flrM-class teams in the coun
Manager McNamara replied stating
that tho portage Iak" foam would bo
Rind to meet the Ohio seven, but that
the Houghton players would be un
able to make tho trip before tho last
of December or early In January as
they would bo unable to got the nec
essary -ract lee before that time. Tho
Houghton players nre more than anx
ious to meet the Cleveland aggregation.
EXPECT "BIG 9" SMASH-UP.
Ohio State and Michigan May Meet
Again On Gridiron.
Ann Arbor. Mich., Oct. 28. Relations
between Michigan end Ohio State uni
versity may not bo permanently ter
minated b- the en t ranee of tho Hook.
eye school into tho western eonfrron"! .
Aororillng to tho stati m-nts of a mem
ber of tho Ohio Institution athletic
board. Ohio State does rot expect lb.-
conference to survive more than a yeir
or two longer, and the only reason the
Ohio college applied for admission wan
to establish athletic relatlor with thu
Mronaer western schools. Then, when
the conference Roes to plot u, the
III still he able to k-i ' their best c ti
tests and In thnt wn tniso the ohl
college on a hlahor plare. athletically,
tlmn It hnn ever beu able to nneh In
In 10 years Vnllod Slates
huve' Increased 83 p-r cent,
M'GRAW NEVER AGAIN WILL
PERMIT PLAYERS TO "WRITE
The inevitable has hi' opened. Man
ager Mtii.-aw h; s l-t it be known frit
he will never again permit r.r.y f the
player to a t as reporter or to write
up worl'lY scries games in which tbcv
The liteiiirv efforts of tho playern
cre pu li' ui. H ly disastrous this ear
J.ld';il'g by the etTeets they had on lie
other pl.iveif. There Mere u.'l.v rum is
constantly circ.'l.itoo day io 'ay that
s ime of the pl.iytrs bail objetel to
the lines of another pl.tver's articles
and mysterious tales of ii.si tights and
oidy nrgun.er.ts tilled the air.
It was impossible to verify most of
I he iini rs bet at the same time it
will be nted that they wero never
wholly cleared awa.v. J.Ianager Mc
tiniw doesn't n:'y whether he vvll! slop
his work 'villi the pen but some of the
p'ayiTH lliink that it would do i world
of good if he did, .Mugsv's name was
mixed .i)i in "ii- of the nvly rumors.
It was stated that ho criticised the
work of Chief Myers in one gam -.nd
that the Hlg Chief was rover the same
idler He wtnt about his work se!edy
and i;. r ported to have said: I don't
know., why I should In- pi-lad ort t" be
the goat.'" It is hard to criticise ad--erely
without liurlif;: somino and
th-re ia no no so j. aloos of his rcci rd
and hi; in rformance as a ball p!ayr.
U ' " ..
I, LAURIUM j
I ir ,t - - - J
SOME YOST CAPTAINS.
J mm W lill- i:tld. Tackle
P "? V !s tjn irtf rback
1 :(:; i: l.iin Ktol
iia lie-ton Halfback
put.", Noivross .... . (.juarti rback
! rtm Ciirti.-v Ta kle, i:nd
Pi'iT MeOotlin HalTback
I'laS S . -1 1 1 1 1 1 . . .- ''enter
l''H!i ileidy.e Ha ! rback
I 'i 10 I '.I nl.rook liiar'
P'll Conl. lin Tackle. Fnd
IM2 TtioniM-n I- ullback
SOCCER AND RUGBY SCORES.
PLEASANT EVENING SPENT.
Mr. and Mrs. J-oes Sharpe Honored
For Second Time.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. laniei
Sharpe, of lioeldand stre-t. C. II. lo
iatt in. was for tie se on l time lasi
week, the s-'-eno of a peasant g.ithi r
ing, when, on Saturday evei iio;. 1 1 1
of their lady and gentlemen friend.
came to offer (iii-gra t n la t ions on th
oi--asion of the colcSration of their
'."th or silver wedding anniversary.
On b half of friends present. Justlc.
i)aid Aruiit present"d Mr. una Mrs
Sharpe with a handsome thre'-pl"ce
tea vet. The presentation sree-h wa.'
a mcst felicitous one. arid was rcpli-d
;o by Mr. Sharpe i n behalf of himfcl:
and wile. The evenir wa.- lox.u.tlv
.-pent 'vlth Scot, b songs and stories.
Pi fi eshnn nts vvere served.
Among those w ho eut-rt'iinod were
Mrs. John John-tone, Mrs. Map. W'il
siin, A'rs. Adam Iivv. .Mrs. John Mar
Mill. in, Mrs. James Fh-lor. (bs.rge
Aright. NVilliam SI'mmon and Alex
C.ick, all of whom reixlcred Scotch
s-iiigs. and John Johnstone, physical
dire- tor i t" the Y. M. C. A., wh enter
t iiii"d with a liiinoirous Scotch read-ni'-r.
!!;' evinirr Mi. .ti.it Mrs
Sharpe were surprised by a ivomb-r of
relatives, also marking their 2rth wed
ding aunivi rsary.
The Trimoimtain Slats won a good
game fn ni tl e, Painosoalo Hovers Sat
urday on the Trimoimtain grounds by
n score of ,"i to 3. Neither P.altic nr
Mohawk could score in their match
played at I la 1 1 io last Saturday, f.oth
teams lacked vigor and neither seem
ed to be In paitieularlv good form. A 1
return game will be played in the j
Les iiJele- authorities are mak-in-.;
determined i r'ort to compel auio
oi'diibs to e.nrv mgh.i tights.
Pnited States Iris ?,1bll7 fon-igu
ImrM w hit' Mien.
Services for Christian Frederick Kopp
at Ctrman Lutheran.
The funeral if the hit Christian
I'reiieick Kopp. v.hope death was re
IKTtcil Saturday, will bo held tomor
row afterrnx n. with services fn.m the
rcsldeii':e, 1T6 North P-w:ibiv stieet, at
; 30 o'clock and from the ibrmati
Lutheran chun h at 2 o'clock p, v. A
Hurtling oftlciating'. Interment, will be
in Lake View cenietcrv.
'J'ho dei cased was born in (Jermany,
I yei'rs a 'Mi anil came to this cuintr;.
in is;."., do was 'nplovet- by the C.
.vi II. Mining conip;'tiy 2"i ve.irs, loitil
about three yi-.irs -:o. He was otie of
lh no.-t prominent niemb rs -if tin
iVrinan .iu hor.ui church.
Five hihlreii, Mrs l'reI H- t her S
.hmcek. J"hn. I're.l, Martin -uitl
i Jet rue K'ipp of L.titiiiiru survive. --Mrs.
Kopp died thre-j .vi.-ns ac.
SENTENCE IS SUSPENDED.
Jotin Kissihi i f the Florida location,
w is arre.-'led and broii ht ln-foie J-is-tH'e
A-mil this morning, oha.i-.rid with
belli-.- drunk and dison'erlv. He was
,'onnd guilty, antl (ine1 13 and co-t-',
'nteice lieing suspended on his I rem
ising to uo to work and supp-t hU
.'.mulv, and rH'rair from intoxicating,
iiquor. This is the t;onml lim Ki.skil
la Ikim been up mi a .similar charge.
LAURIUM BREVITIES. :
Mr. and Mrs. Jo.-cph Wills have re
turn'd home lroir. a visit to Copper
I larM r
The Liurium Pythian Sisters will
give a Hallowe'en party tomorrow
evening In the First National hank
ball. Music will bo furnished by a
C K- H. orchestra.
Al. Gal by and wife of Iaurium. have
returned from a visit to Chicago and
Miss Lena Jellio arrived In Laurluni
Saturday from Saxon. Wis., and will
visit in re.
Miss KIsie Aietidseo has returned to
lor home in Green I-iy. Wis. after
visiting her brother, otto, of liur
An txcelbnt re ital wa given Sat
urday evening un-!er the auspices of
the Mabo Memorial Hible class in
the parlors of the L.-iurlum M. K.
cliur; h by Miss rnes .Mitchell, tho
well known elocutionist, ,Hsisttsl by
Misses Mlltlrld P. nisdahl and Paull.
There was a giswi attendance, and the
pr gram was thoroughly on.ovd.
fJ HE question of a child's comfort
and health is perfectly solved by the
It has no buttons nor pins,
and best of all, "it wont
It is double over chest and
abdomen and fastens in
front, makinc it unneces
sary to turn the child on its
face to fasten the Garment.
Jsk to see the Vanta lot
J. Vivian Jr. & Co.
Hccld Strrc t, Latirium
A Quick Relief
IIRST, allay the irritation or tickling- in
the throat and lung-s with a. mild seda
tive; secondly, soothe the inllanied throat
with pure balsams; thirdly, loosen the secre
tion or "phlcg-m", milking it easy to throw
off; (wild cherry bark has proved itself lest
for this purpose) lastly, sterilize and 'purify
tho air passag-o with an antiseptic.
These four necessary medicines are scien
tifically combined in
WSbsWs Chcrru fialsam
That's tho reason it has proved such ft prompt and effective re
lief for croup an well ai cougjis, colds, sons throat, hoarsoncm
and various bronchial affections.
Wnlntir' Chrrry Rliun ii nn Improvement over the' old couch .
nyrup hut not k ' ruro-itH". If it dn-n not rrlirvr n rough nftir is-vrrn
tione a piiyvirisn bouhi be coDultril. ll tnny liothr nyniptom of a dtsp-
Sild in two 2"e and 50c, Your money refunded if yqu nn not
UMiituxl after fnir truth -
Tbrra is a Wrhner Gunraateed Remedy for nrarl? rrv common ill
that doet not rcquira a doctor. Biib-srada toilet articles also.
Vour drus?it baa them or ran set thm for yu.
Webster Chemical Company
St. Paul, Minnesota
Big; Reduction in Mazda Lamps
15 Watt 40c
20 Watt 40c
2.. Watt 40c
40 Watt ; 45c
100 -Watt lc
150 Watt 11-25
250 Watt 12 50
HOSKINQ ELECTRIC CO.
. 102 5th Strttt
Hecla Street, Laurium
L. L. DISTEL, Prop.
Meals at all Hours. Short Orders.
HliST OP SURVICH
Laurium's Popular Vaudeville
Change of Pictures
2 Gig Acls
Adults 10 Cents
first Three Rows for Children