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THE CALUMET NEWS
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS:
EASY COIN FOR
Old Timers Had to Work Hard For
Tlx1 t r i . i I -ii " lighter should pat hiin-st-!f
"!! the back anil accept his it
n mil i i.iatu'.ations that h- was no!
.l.m:u battle sonic twenty U'Mi'y a.;...
in Hi..se da.vs "tilt lighter ha. l. lak
;i i liiiii.c." If hi' Won In' wax entitled
in Ih" li-,- end of tin iii;, and wlun
hf 1" .-i h" wan content with thi short
Hi.! ih it goes to tin- vanquished. N.a
.. T .. 1. 1 , however. They. Ilk" Slivl.i' k
i lit- r
H .it t I
tin irs" in thi' ham! ! fort t!
of winning I
ial i iiil Hi" ill.
se-e hoys of second lit:
thirl 1 calib'-r eh-maiellng '(.ouii
win !"Si. or draw for a t i i -! 1 1 1 1
i "i'.t. and linn recall wonderful rim:
;! 1:1;.' Jack, Dempscy, who fought
i l;;m,rMiu hip battles with hair knu. -
I I. ..r skinti;;ht gloves fur a $.'.'.
i n-. , that WAS divided between th
v, mum i- a i , tlif loser, ll makes us .-to
.liii A.li.iiT what till' i'.lliiotis .otl
ii' ii w u 1 t sa.v were In- it I i i- l.'da
nil I'nl i f these dcina nds.
W !i' ii I i ii) iMf fought l iaii r f"
.iii;'i'"iishii in a I'livati- in. 'in ii
'" i k la- i;ot $17.'. as his n l. am
a.l.'d iVahr !on nf this al'lci
nil. was oviT. Tin y ui iv no
;lit" rs in thost ia.s, hut thi
Isnun with It. Tiny pitin
i'. This mav hao hi'fii iaiiM .1
' !' fa.-t that w h ii a in in w a
'.'1'atii.l for (h,. fharnid'iii.shl
n rally n tii'i'd from tlw rinw. ."t
tlii'.v arc dcfi ati'd olio day and
i in'M w lind tlnni issuing
A n ; hi
s to .'i. nil- o.ii la ni.
l -hd r in thin- (Iji.vs didn't hav
ilv lniti'il and cntilati-d rluhn
i with tho limits of tl.o hunt
in vinht. Liiok at tin- !i-ht M-l";;'-lil
J. in farmx. Jack yl'.onl.
! i h.
'"ii In a hospital instead f th
i iu. i t In" I'oimht for tin' i ham
iip ni th world vilh skin-tll.;
M'lili' -1 f 1 1 1 cdil louilds I." fi'M
' i I. ii. Id. mi thr In nt. Tho iin i
' "lie old wltitc r da v in a harn
n i' II. ai h Hear I'.rihlnn. Tin
li-'itiiiL- fi.r a l.'.r.iii) ni.h- hrl
itni a (I . ht r disphiv Iho Kami -
i' it Mi AnliiT did that niht. I' w
l-i'W suk ho ri'iillv was. and
iti" i ,,
oli;t nu ;
-v. who wan ono of tin- so. i. mis
w rlt.T. "I think this livtht w ill
I- ath of Jaok." Tliafll .ric a:
1 whit timlior a fhamolnii "s
' !" ho inado id'. It's only shu t
limits 'i!inlltut'l ihamidi'i!
I niiio out of t vtrv ton of
mid have failed as h.iiii;dnti:
i' tvunty yours am. Tiim
thinss doosn't It?
"! larj Ihtlx rt MtVtij, nT the lios
,;" 'l Sttx, has hoon in Hot Sprlrms.
"A' tal vrvkn inakiny- pn ara-
ii'uts f,,r u, fiiamph.ris' tralnliv irl
in the public estima
tion. A delicious table
The Deer with
In large and small
Order a case from
your .dealer op direct
from .the nearest
11 Hancock, Calumet end r
ll South Range, Mish. I
LDor int jJ
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t J CS VUAiNTANCtS. iVJF-J I P I I rofcCCT TO TEt-L- J MS. ONt-Y W,T Toi
I f., rr r r f-zA ) mm wntN iy j0ilv ioMP- r-7
jl. ' . 1 MERELY , ;HI-,' ...ASrtv
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Sports -.- S
"HUGH IE" JENNINGS
OPPOSED TO DRINK
AND SMOKE HABIT.
i Jri'insijiim, l'a., Nov.
' llauliio" .li nniiiKs, tnanat;i-r of
tho' )ilinil Timrs. has plaood
himsi'lf mi riTi.rd ii hi-lmj op-
piii tl in the nsi' ,,f intttNii .it
li.pii.is and riual'ottos. If ulii
ill -tin s to ho slronif physically
an. I sui-ocsst'ul in life
In a letter siiit to tin- man-
iil'it nl' the hoys' dopartinoiit. of
th- Mitlii.dist Sunday .'choi.l.
no tho opining nf tln-ir m-w
' I'.iuiiis Jennings sa.es in part:
'.'. hny, im inutlif hnw
sli Hii. his oonstitiition or his
ahiiity tn lead in any irofos-
Finn or in athletic spurts, can
hnpe to continue to h succcss-
fill if ho does not give proper
attention to tho can- of his
hotly. Iiiinkiim should riot ho
' tlloliyht of heenuse the drink
habit has ruined yuan1:: nu n of
Kieat promise, t'larette sniok-
in-:, in my opinion, is on a par
' with drinkiim; in fact, 1 would
1 rather see a von of mino drink
in t x i. -a t i ni; heveraifi than
hav." him smoke oiKarottcs,
which are an abomination "
FIRST YEAR MEN
physical examination of the men
on sent freshmen class has Jasi
"iii!.let. d l.y lr. May, the Kym-
uasiiim director. Kvory freshmen Is
lveji two ph sien l tests, one at the
biinnlnn'. the other at the cloo of
his hist .Mar in colli ne. In the fust
Instancy a chart, plotted t Indlcat"
i he slutlciit's condition, serves as a
basis for the prescrinti'Ui of exercises
to be i 1 1 1 1 I" ed hy the Student. At the
i lose of the jcai' another chart shows
the progress attalintl in KMnnasiiim
!as;-es ilcriuu the year.
.,..re than this, the family history
ns it bears uM.n the student's physical
inlu l itan-e is carefully recorded. All
dii'Vi t-- w ho show a predisposition
!o disease are advised t
1 1 1 i v i !'' i t ' ph sicja ii and
arc held to a
the lil'st !!
revular program .l cxer
TIm i e i ic s I men In
, lass this fall, i. n increi
than Ion over last year's
The average .' Is li'.l
e ot tllofe
ayainsl lv.!' in tin
thoin;h tin- latter
lull class, thoimh
y live-tenths of a pollllil to
The last year freshmen ex
iled the present class l one-half
inch in height ami tliree-tetitns 'iimc
icnes in hum' capacit.
A comparlso:i of afflictions is allow.
I h the fi.llowin.ir table:
frcslum n This yr.
o!..r blindness :
i:.- troubles, nvcessiatintf
asal troubles ....
I list ased tonsils
urvaturc of spine
Knlarncd hearts ..
I.'l -ht -nine men out of tho H have
been fu iium .in d lor a special exami
nation for tuberculosis. This number
Includes those whose family history
ndicatis a predisposition to the- din-
is,, and those whore lim.s snow mo
slighrst sjtnipt"ins oi aiuviion. 1 1 .
recautlon is taken to stamp o"t In-i
iploiit disinso ami to coireci in..-
,lll!l ill .i ll pme-tlt.
MUCH MONEY FOR BOWLERS.
Kansas 'lty. Mo.. Nov. 30.-Sovn-j-tie
eash pil.es. iKRlegatlng- $;!.-
i.o, will 1 ffe-red hosiers who partl-
ipi.te in the Middle West bowliriK
.,.. ll'i.i ni'Hi :i . ecoroio; m '
i.eunc. im-nt b the secretary of the
t. iiniey today. There will he eighty.
'live-men teams. N" two-man teams
and 271 individual howlers in the
' toiirn iment.
I I'it. l'cr Cullop. 'f H'e New'
team. pit. bed a no-lilt game
jthe Cuban t-ain when the
wire l Havana recently.
It Looks as If the Green-eyed Monster Is
One Cannot Be Enforced
Other Has Not Been
There aro two rules in football thi.
year which are useless, n by virtu
of tho fa t that It cannot ho enforced
and tho other because the ollklal:
have made litt(- or no attempt to car
iy it out. Thi' lirst Is that in which i
is forbidden to hrlnp a lineman had
of the line of serimmaKe to run wltl
the hall and then play him in the lim
on the defense-, and the second is th
ruling r'"ardlnir interference, with met
cllulble to receive u forward pass.
The rule which states that a line
man cannot ho drawn back on the lim
of M-rimmai;e and used as tin ofl'ensivi
ba' k ar.d then ho played in tho line ol
siTimn.aife on tho defense is u.sck-s;
hi cause It can he .not around by play
im; the man in the backli. Id all th.
time, except on the defense. A riilini
fori. ids tin playing e.f a lineman In th.
hacklield on tho offense, hut there h
m.thlriL: whlih states that a back tan
not ho p!a.etl in tho line on the de
fense. The Hist riilinn Is therefore
rendered void l.y the lack of a ruliiij
coneernlnK the last.
If a team had an exceptionally o...
iifenslvc lineman, who is at the sanu
time ea.al.le of carrying the hall well,
by tin- first ruling ho cannot be used
on the offensive in the baektield and
then in the line on the defense. Tin
converse of tills diu-s not hold true.
though, and there is nothiiiK to hlndc
the playlm: of such a. man In the- llic
on the defense If lie Is slated iii the
baektield on the offense. In other
words, while there Is a ruling reRard
Inn the offensive' play of a linesman,
there is not hint; which curtails the po.
sition of a baektield man on the do.
The either rule which has received
se-unt recognition on the part of tin"
etfficials this year Is that which forbids
a defensive player t interfere with
any man on the offense who is eligible
P. receive a foi wind pass.
That ruling Is all right, hut the
fac.lt to he found with it Is in the fact
that the olloials will hot recognize It.
and It has come to ho a common tiling
for coaches to t.tke advantage of tlu
lack of e'lifeircetne-nt by te-aching their
hacks to go after the man and spill
him. It Is also common for eoaches
! semi down an extra man with tlu
one who Is to tatch the pass and spill
the defensive player.
When the rules eeimmlttep meeds
next month it will lind some work cut
out for it to remedy the first-mentioned
rullnif, and It can 'llhr modi
fy the latter or else re-commend that
the offense adhere to it more strictly.
Harvard Authorities Send
The authorities ef the Harvard Ath-
h'tio AssiK'latlon have been eiii the trail
of the students nt 'amhridg who have
he-en RpeeulatliK with their allotte-d
football thkets this fall as never be
fore. The result of having" a number of
eie tcctlves at work tracing- the various
ticket." (for the Dartmouth. I'rlncc-toi
and Vale name has he-en that tho
Harvard blacklist, which before
beginning" of the season numbered over
iii) names, has been' rnat-rlally in
creased. In fad, more names liavo
bin ad'th-d this fall than ever before.
CHANCE PACKS UP HIS
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR
Chicago, Nov 30. The last tie
that beMind Fx-Managcr Frank
Chance-, of the Cubs, to Chicago, was
Fevered today when n force ef furni
ture t ae kers Invaded his north side
I home and began preparing his house,
j hold guilds for shipment to Callfor-Orh-ariH
nla. Chance was receiving offer to
mrainst urchase Ids home, nnd It was be
IMIcans j llevetl a deal would be coiicummate d
' within the next few days.
(MichlKnn) Icft end.
(M. A. ('.)) Klht
Crnltf (Michlsranl Left half.
M c A I in o n (Minnesota)
Thomson (Michigan) Full
back. BEELL'S HAT IN RING.
Anxious to Met Topnotchers
Marshlield. Wis.. Nov. 30. Fred
BeeJI Is hard ut training- with the idea
of making the middle-weight limit of
l'.S pounds. The little giant Is doing
all of the regulation trulning stunts oi
his furm, one e.f the chief forms of
melting- the weight eff his compact
little frame being- t follow his dovrs
t rocoiitilless miles thieiuxli the Wis
consin woods in search of game.
If Freddy can get elovvn to the mid
dleweight limlt-the weight at which
lie- wre-slh-d und defe:itd tho Cuba;i
wonder in his last match at the stipu
lated poundage of that class, he Is
going to Issue n dell to Yokel. tSch
rlng Willoughby and Miller. IVoph
here say that Ileell can defeat any
middleweight in the world.
HOCKEY WAR IN CANADA.
Teams Outbidding Each Other Fo
Hoc.keylte-8 In Canada are having- a
regular little war to se-eure lib-ntcd
puck chasers. In opposition to tlu
National Hoe-key association, :iiioiner
leagrue has ben-n formed on the I .i -1 il ."
These two Irodies are fighting tooth
and nail to grab the stara. The Pat
rick brothers, who are at the h'ad e.f
the Pacific Coast Hotkey league, up.
now said to be raiding tho eastern
part of Canada, offering stars big in
ducements to gi we-st and elispla
their skill In that organization. The
Wanderers, professional champions of
the world, have nl ready lost four f
their men. Montreal, Ottawa and
Qiiehe-cJ teams are suffering heavily.
: WITH THE BOXERS
The followers of the boxing game
in New York are antle'iimtlng a great
clash when F.ddle Medoorty and Mike
ellhbons meet e.n Doc. 3.
It looks like n little more e-nsy money
for Johnny Kllhane when the? i-hnm-
pion meets Monte Attell in Cleveland
en December 4.
(!e-orge Memsie, who Is boxing under
the name of Fred Corbett, has I.eM
making quite a clean-up of late ninnm;
tho boxers In the Northwe-st.
The New Orleans promoters have
cance lled the proposed Matty Dahlwin
Joe Sherman bout, as Maid w in In
tends to leave shortly for the I'lciU"
Bombardier Wells is willing to re
turn to America but asserts that ho
must receive $r..(no before be boxes
finyono, Ne.thltiL- stirring for the Bom
bardier. Now' that Lcdoux, the Fronc-h ban
tainwelght. has defeated Battling: Bel
dy, he will perhaps be matched to box
either Jedinriy Colon or Kid Williams.
Fre-ddle Welsh has agreed to give
Matt Wells another chime for the
IlghtweUht championship e.f F.ngland.
Tho pair will probably meet e-arly next
At n recent banquet In Chicago,
Charley Murphy expressed the h po
that the Cubs and the White Sn
weul,l meet for the "City Champion
ship" next fall. Fvldently "Cluihbv"
Charles hasn't hoj.es of his Cubs land
ing the 1913 pennant.
The Western hngue marinates have
voted their he-adquartrrs away from
Chicago. President "Tl" O'Nell will
have until Ihe first of January to dc
clde on a new location. t
Getting Hold of Grace
Houghton County Judge Sees Evi
dence of Progress
Judge Patrick H; O'Brien .of Hough
ton, Judge In the twelfth Judicial cir
cuit, was In Detre.lt. Tuesday e.n a
short business visit to relatives and
friend. find In an Interview with the
Detroit Times said:
"Progressive sentiment in the upper
peninsula is booming. Not necessarily
rcntiment favoring the l'rog;esslve
party, but there is a movement to
ward better Ideals in government, to
ward better social service. If there
had been no third party ticket In the
Held, I believe tloV. Wilson would haw
carried tho northern peninsula .vith
'The so-called revolution in the
northern counties is not a sudden
thing. Sentiment has been changing
for years. That was evidenced l-.v
the victory of W. Frank James as
state senator from Houghton connt
and by the elefeat eif 'Stony" Monroe',
of Oogehic, two years ago. Still we
wrie unprepared for such a liaivge
as the election of McDonald over II.
"The mining companies hate ceased
to pa as much attention to election--:
as tiny once did. The mine owners
and operators were fairly well -plit
this .vcai". some were Progressives and
some were Democrats, but I suppose
the bulk e.f thm favored Taft.
"I was glad to see- that the parties
paid ns much ntt ntion to the upper
counties as they did. It woke our
people 11. to be the objects of a vig
orous campaign. They began to real
ize th? Importance- of the Issues. Here',
after It will take a great deal of work
to swing those counties for :uiy Ktrty.''
PROGRAM AT THE PEOPLES'.
Eccentric Dancers Entertain Larye
Crowds at Playhouse.
Those who love to see good lid
fashioned negro dancing- ami to hear
lie plantation songs sung as they
should be sung, will liinl a pair of
artists nt the peoples' theater of
l.iiuilum. Rogers and Wiley are a
team e.f cxccptiemally able singers
ind ('"ir.cers and last evening kept n
'. rowde.l house in an uproar. One of
tin- big features of the act Is an ec
(entrlr dance, ee.mposed of a mixture
of all the well known styles and
which continues for about eight
minutes. The Hinlsnths, a pair of
gymnasts, provide another good feat
ure for the Peoples' program.
There will be n complete change of
pictures today and another complete
(haiigi for to-Tmrrow several exce-l-!e-nt
features Inning been secured.
Manager Charles S lakes arrived
home today from Chicago, where he
aranged for some special attraction"'
to he presented.
Yui men and women who can't ge'.
feeling right who have headache,
o-ate.l tongue, foul taste and foul
btenth, dizziness, can't sleep, are nor
vi.nx ind upset, bothered with a sick,
gassy, disordered stomach, and are all
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Casearets or merely dosing
yourself every fe-vv elays with salts,
cathartic pills, castor oil and other
Casearets Immediately cleanse and
10 CENT B0XCS-ANV
ALSO a so
ACCEPTS FINE POSITION.
Harry A. Goldsmith Enters Office of
Miller and Co.
Word has been received In Calumet
to the effect that Harry A. fJoldsmlth,
formerly e.f this cit has ucce-pted a
position In Hie Chicago office of Mil
ler and Co.. the Boston und New
York brokers for whom J. A. Mlnne-ar
rod Co. of this e-ity are local corres
pondents. Mr. (ioldsmith was formerly -en-nt-eted
with the Ijiurium e.fllce of J.
A. Mlnnear and Co., resigning to di
rect th affairs of the American Tel
autophone company. Various deals
are pending- for this company and tin
til such a time as they may be closed,
Mr. Goldsmith will continue with Mil
ler and Co.
CO-WORKERS SURPRISE HIM.
Will Polklnghorne, advertising rep
resentative e.f The Calumet News, was
piven a surprise at his home em Flori
da street. I.aurlum, last evening, when
a number of his ro-workers and other
friends called on him, the eK-casion
being th" anniversary of his birth.
Curds, music and refreshments helped
to pass away a pleasant evening. Mrs.
Polkinchorne- made an agreeable his
tesa. LAURIUM BREVITIES.
William Vetiton, of First street. Is
spending a few days deer hunting In
Keweenaw count v.
! Mr, and Mrs. William Daniell, of
! Hamilton. Out., an- visiting with Mrs.
j Susan lMnhll of Third street
I.nurium lodge. Knights of Pythias.
I will give a dancing party In the Lur
' lum bunk hall Monday evening. A very
pleasant time Is anticipated.
Mrs. John Thomas h ft for Detroit
I .v esterday .
j Mr. and Mrs. William S. Chynowelh
i of Ripley, hav e returred home after
I spe-ndlr.'jr Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. John Chvnowcth of Iaurlum.
Bat Menard. i of Osceola street, has
returned from a visit to iron country
French scientists have devlseel an
X-ray method of determining the
n lathe v alue of v arious kinds of coal.
Baltimore's system of e.rnamental
street lighting covers fifty blinks, or
nearly thre-e miles of streets.
Andrew D. White now SO, of Ithaca,
X. Y., ins taken up the study of crim
inology. Feur St. Louis public school build
ings have been odl.-lnlly declared dan
gerous tire traps.
Merchants' National bank. St. Paul,
Is (i bout to ere.-t a sky-scraper to cost
Fre-d Brown, of Muscotah, Kansas,
reports a crop of f.03 bushels ef corn
from Ti acres of land.
Fweeten the stomach, remove the sour
undigested and fermenting food nnJ
foul gases; take the excess bile from
the liver and carry off the constipat
ed waste matter und poison from the
A Cascaret tonight will straighten
you out by morning u 10-cent box
will ke-e-p ye.'.ir luid clear, stomach
rwee-t, liver and bowels regular and
make jou feel cheerful and bully fof
months. Don't forget the children
their little Insl.h-s need a good, gentl
CIST BOSKS '
Philadelphia Presbyterian clergy
men say they don't want "Billy" Sun
day to start in that city one of his
"revival" e-ampalgns. They object to
Pennsylvania personal preperty is
assessed at $1.326.0!,".M!K and fayn
Prince of Wales is said to be a good
trick bicycle rider.
o.arl: now furnishes moFt of candy
used in had pencils.
(SfiTCllllKv &itei 'D!P
We sell at more moder
ate prices, give better
quality and pro
duce better styles
than other fur deal
ers, because we are
manufacturers and in
porters, and the volume
of our business is the
largest of any fur house
in the Northwest.
flWe carry the most
complete line of ladies'
or sentlemen's fur gar.
mentt for street wear
or automobiling, and
ladies' coats and small
fur pieces for evening
qit will pay you to
come to Milwaukee
and see this epIrnUid
assortment of fashion
able and attractive fur
garments und small fur
and a'.tcrjtion of furs
A'ko a rnmpUtf tin vf
ufK4!ii4 ruuts, taps,
r"hr, rf. uufAUur kmis
Furriers end Importer
101 Wisrontia Street Milwaukee
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GREATEST SHOW YET
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Gymnastic Act of Merit.