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THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1913.
THE CALUMET NEWS.
A Littlt Awful
Tin H "1M ,l.viHn." iih viu
will note by the head ul Hit- f .. 'e
! all ll Junk, heeaiise w h;, jntl,
it allM'""H l iii-wi UK'I1I uvT IH
iffuut-s o iuii In the fit-wji ctiliinniM
,.tf tliat the doiJi runs in a i-ol urn,
,i two tr three as th oae may he,
Hii.1 the iuwh in I brother columns.
Ih.u's it iliiteieine.) We have Urn
ttoplieil, often, on the Mreet by ..
I'l iiiinyboiiy, who mtnis to have .'mine
M.ri of mi Idea that a reporter il...s
nut work for a living. Mr. A. al
w.ixs vvaiitM tit know what atr w
1 1 1 1 ! -! I lilt r th.it from. Now we
invjht mill hereby Mvvear (even though
wt- hWore off) I IlUt nil this lute ilnif
.. i' junk, widt h Tommy pi miiinmcs
iniieiv," is Himon nire. Tuke it tm
uh.it ltn worth which Imi'i mm-li,
f.r ilils In no literary rtview.
KNtrt'Kl.Nli Ui:T lUKS-Taki- a
pnotl. Kloiit lui.Hcl.all hat nril a w II
ni.iile hall, riiul a convenient window,
l.iv the hall down on the floor and
Knock out all the Men yoll want to.
lis good exercise, develop the inus
. Ic .iikI prevent the coming: of sev
ii.il million more flic later In th
Mirniner. Of coiirHe, the hall has
i : . 1 1 1 i 1 1 v to do with this mul of a
KnorkiiiK out tiles" name. We Just
j.iil the hall In to get the attention
(t the bliaebull fans.
WIV.IIT AT KIKST Thin is a
it tin tit ten Ht-en in tin imx .sioif-stoi -,t
s of the name hall game, that Is
a:itl also finite often heard in police
t iiiirts. If the ft How who appl'opriat-
t il your new hi raw lid, for iiiMance, ,
is .auuht at first, oii'ie liahle to get
y .ur lid hack ami he's liahle to
iliiit day. If he's not rj, unlit tilt
the u"l of the Milliliter, however, y.ni
tli.nl vive a hang for the Miaw.
You're Just .sofe ill the ollicers he-
t.nise he not past on their error.
I'.ATTKIt I ' I This I a term often
i. -til i'i hasehall. pailicularly hy I lie
hlnpH. It may also lefei to Miialt
. . u 1 1 K Ht'lll Iclll'll wlio liiitlel'eil Up
when they get too ay.
I 1 1 s 1 KICK This Is sometimes u
tuotliall t .Tin, hltt i.s illite often healtl
,n newspaper otHces, especially down
in ili" circulation depart incut, where
Mihscribers appear at the winilow
ii'iiilv I'H'i'y hour of the. day and kklc
iioout the paper hoys who pass them
up once in u while. It itiKts the ne
Kl'vtful kltl a k-nli kli- ever.v time you
ill. kick." too.
CM. I. Kl HW'Al'iSK .OI-' . It A IN
Many baseball gam-M, playetl when
ihe wcfther Is- threatening, are call
i l.e.ause of inin," as the NuiTaee-I'oitai-e
game at lule ltoule last Sat
in day aftttnoon, for Instance, when
lutlatc, after being hopelessly
iilihine.t, Mtillf'd mound i'n il wouhl
i . in htf.ue the full five innlnga were
i laxe.l and it would be declared 'no
XSSCirTTKH -This is a sporting
l i in useil by copN lsts ainniiK baseball
writers, who cannot make up their
own sltnuy ball talk, to refer t" the
M.c-hiim blnfile .sl.i ninud out along the
i .iiind into the outer gardens. It Is
alvo usetl In referring to papa when
he's shoviii'.' the lawninowtr about.
i.ii In ring the glass about the front
ihior. The lawnmower proposition,
i"iiif to think about it. is a good ar
Kuiiieiit for women's suffrage, lor If
woiinn ml to running the land they
lui'il Ju.-t as well run the lawnmow-
VI. IHU'T This is a term used b
lanpiits to deiioto to Ihe batsman or
i iM iuuner. generally a hom-hend. that
h. is a bum in getting to base anil
iiut.- oftin result in an arguim -nt in
whn h everyone talks to the unips In
tiultiiilni; terms. Me draws his pay.
however, for furnishing this sort of
inust mint ami Is happy. An uin-1
Hie tpiite often lasts two or three
M-asocs, but generally not more. The
.Mciim,. umps Is gen rally gtuxl for
ithoui one game,
M At IN ATI-! A term employed to
it-note the easy mark who backs a
h.i-ihall team ami settles fortunes on
holdouts, furnishing much good copy
lor the sporting editor.
IIW Term generally accepted s
kn-'iivni of hoodoo," but in reality
! Itl he uppbeil to the general bone-
lifnilf dm ss, glasseye-surenecs a nd all
around Inability of a bunch of
'II. -il ball players that succeed In
dropping a straight bunch of games
"ii which jou have ynr money such
i in the case of a .certain team of
Ha American league.
Yep. we're planting trm this
"eck-thnt Is, we. are Insert lie; lnt
the ground a few spuds, beans, radish
Ket.ls. etcetera. We expect that there
'Ail', i'i a line crop of etcetera and
hope that the other stun will
Is row umii'. We know we are a bit
l-'te, hut what' the diff. Polk sas
his stuff I up already. He's got mull
ing on Hunk, thoiuh. for Hunk's stuff,
lntiMt of it, was lifted one evening lH
cek. Hubby was wise. He planted
nly h little sluff, a few radlches.
They urew all to leaves, Stl lie's going
leave them in tho garden. So wouhl
f. Chet didn't do nny garden work
this ;ear. He says diet senior dim
"P all the horseradish last ear. but
'hat fs coming up all over the I'd
amtln and there will be a tn ro
'"is fall. Iim rales the prb'e of ft
rip to tiratlot lake one a week, but
t"thlnK ,.sh Tommy In still ruining
Whiskers si. he says. Oh. yes. we're
I'riday. the ISth. somelMy sent us
n fin. a. tm,.... nr.. niHoeiiiled In
the hope ihal you will keep them an
II Von comes around.
I ..,.' I..ll.o tl.u nlr la fllll t
Hont slee--lt might he your last
Don't at-hundrds dl 'f ver-
Stuff by th Staff-
eating v ry ilay.
I"i-'t walk -.y,.,, ,lliKht n,,,,,,,,. a(,
break M.ur t-g,
"ll t ri. -thi
train may collide.
i Maim up some
knock you d.,wn.
""lit lay down
me penplf tn
r""'t rn-you might gtt locotnoti.i
Wont work- th'.UKaini
it th, hunt-.iv.
of llit-n the
I "ill I go out - Milne
hool t the ti.wil,
I'on I sta;- inihe hou?e a
night ! move it.
it olttii promotes laity
Just don't. Whatever
to ilo iloiit. its the
tit ft uerat ion,
I l'in'1 - well,
easltM wa.V I
get Ihe la Uf li on the
"lassilieil :i, ;i 1 la.etle - ,hre
las recovered ami repaired, hy ."
Well, we wish . would re
cover Foine of those rainsheila we've
Iom in the past tin- ,r four ears or
so. Uf eoiMse, we m, them hy some
one else losing them, so perhaps
they've alfiudy been recovered hy
the original owic-is.
Tht Swatting Saa&on,
llrivht, shiiiiiii; hours do we devote
To swatting lilts and bugs.
it.lt nothing seems lo get our goat
lake slatting parlor runs.
We hale to swat Mi, i.ailnr rnif.
Hut really, on mv soul.
It Is a snap to him who lugs
!n lioth the wtioit and coal.
I. os Angeles Express.
The lu'-'i-inv in of (oal and wood
We'd rather do, h far.
'I han stand out in the boiling tain
.'.inl clank a balky car.
- I el roil New s
I love to swat the measly tl,
And swat the carpet, loo;
I'm r ioner'tl wnt the rink who t3i.
"Is it hot enough for oiin"
Harvey Arlliigton of ihe Maeslic
theatei', spent three hours and thitt.x
:he cents last Thursday In Sarnia.--Purl
Huron Sunday News.
l-'or the foitilh day .of Ihe weel;,
stt'Wetl prunes occupietl a conspicuous
place oil tile menu. The Mar hoarder
glanced over said menu, mid Ihe wait
less noticed his strained look.
"Will." she said, "don't you want
Sauce, is It .' said I he hoarucr. i
tall it damned Impudence,"
Ill Spite of all the wisdom these
comnietui nit-nt rat or." expound, wo
have never yet heard one give sniffi
cit nt advice mi what dis osit ion should
he tn.ol.' ol a iiptoiua. We hive our.-)
lacked lace .town in the bottom of old
Fail Hong was seen on Main street
Sunday. 'Marine City t "on espondeii' e
in Cladwln i'n Hecord.
The graduates will give the woild
a bit of advice this week and then
the world will have its inning.
I'er.eath the spreading chestnut tlee.
The tiinlth no longer stands,
The smith a mighty fan is he,
Husehnll now his time demand
J.i the bleat hers Hie smith vi-u'H see,
With hammer in his hamK
Have you bought something for the
.tune bride and the sweet girl grad
uate et? This week Is about the last
Hoes John Walt"
Xo. hut John I'.igando.
tan,sI was a seventh Ron.
Puggs Hid It bring you much link?
3uv.gs-Not much. I l"'d t' wear
the cast-off clothes or my six '-
i i r:i.i Ion ((iiiiiianv miys: T'n'l
. .. i, ii.. i..'
I Ln'il'il III. 'St. I'll 1 74 WI'H'i :
mot Inn." IVilinps st.nu- klml ciniln'-
ttir ulll I'ifk "H "'i"1 '""
till III' oil.
niiiny clears 1 '"
mii.lif a lay''
I'iltlfllt l-'ot l.v.
DiM'ttti 'iil tli-m
ilt.wn tti f.'iir i
Patii-nt l'ir lnv
l..itur l'niil tit v Will i
r.,w 'vl.y !.. Sinl"K nffompani
(iem-xe Williams un bin fl"hlK "rI
)o'h ..tliletl.' Hht.nl.ler.- lire ift
,-..-r wl.lth wlit-n H '' nfH nf'-fl-
Hrv f. ""v l" ,, ,,oa, B,,,! ,nrr'
throiiRh the woods m II.- water.
, l. r-5-iHfil lhat the !.
,,011 m of ,:.l..me! have tm Infal-
,n,, ,,v of tial.ilnK the m. innry. No
len Iha.i ln..H n tlsh -nnen have roii-
" J tnUH.M, ilhat .Lev Have
absolutely tmpoMeii o.ir a-MresH.
.1, ,t..me plK'er for
ll.irrv Kltiy Willi'
Hip tJnrfaoe leu 111. "'"
;.!lv'an.l Mar,..y .. Il...'k Jjhr W-
eii.m ii n nl
lleHilie aim "
few ntners. i
Tn Milwaukee, the ladies ore "wenr
swaer Ml.k-. Well Iho In.H"
nil that but we .lmi'l uk they
! .( down m ILK. "rmy r, -
p,' ort of thln for - while yel. n, -wny.
Inven t been h-ailn m" h
about ll. nW-
FOR l(. P. MEET
Pythian Head Believes Convention
Should Be in Winter
II. r:. Vaiiiiewulker, vice chancellor
oinmanrttr f ,he Kj,,Ua ,)f itjtj.jys
'f .Michigan, who has been in I.-dipein-ifig
tllice the reunion of the Upper
Peninsula Pythian league in Marquette
a lew weeks ago, ure.es that next
Vear's meeting In IshpeniiilK he held
during, the week of the annual Ski
tournament, in I'-binary. instead of in
June. An. Vaiidewalker urged this
change m a nuetim.-, of the Ishpunlng
lotUe, hut most ,,f the mt-mhers pres
ent tiitl in t favor It. Since then, hovv-ev-r,
he has -out inceil a number of
Hie P.Mhlana thiM a 4-haugn Wt.uhl be
A lar--.er number of members, he as
serted .than in .luue would he aide to
attend a re inlon in February. He re-
I'elrtd paltl- . to Hit; members of
ihe Sault Ste. Marie ode. most of
vhom are busy during the summi r
months. He also said that many of
the cooper country members, especial
ly those at llouuhton and Hancock.
Would Hot he able to collie for a week's
!' In June.
.Mr, Vaiidewalker expressed the be
lief that the ski tournament, ami log
laces i n Washington's birthday would
proe a lint attraction for members
outside of .Maroil'.-tte couniy. lie said
:t would be easier in entertain Ihe
visitors during h, winter inoiilhs than
in ihe summer,
Mr. Vaiidewalker also expressed the.
opinion that tl Ulcers of the mauil
and subordinate lodgt s wouhl have
ninth greater success in organizing a
i lass of .'.oil for adoption during the
convention week than they wouhl if
Ihe meeting was held In th" summer.
The P.vthiau Sisters are going to
take a prominent part In nt xt car's
leunloii and Mr. Vantlevvalkt-r ex
pressed the belief thai there will be
aiu of their number in the city con-
The degree team that will initiate
' lit hit- class will he colli m ised of
some of the h'iollim men of the order,
including both supreme and grand
lodge otlicers. This feature will at
I r u t members from distant points.
The dates of the reunion will be de
'rniined by the executive committee
if the I'ppi-r Peninsula league, whkh
is composed of tl.e ollicers. The com
mit tie will meet at an tailv date to
decide on the dales.
KEWEENAW LODGE, I. O. O. F.
Officara For Ensuing Year Elactad at
Keweenaw lodge, . ( . o. I, of Al
io u has eb-t ted the following ofti
ters; Noble grand William Fiiii.-h.
Vice urantl -Pt tef .leflery.
Ilecoiiliiif, secretary John Fault.
Financial secretary J. A. Hamilton.
Treani er Joshua Veale.
The o"l.ers will be installed at the
iirst meeiiug in Jnlv, hy Installing Of
iict r lohn l.avi-rs. The f-.dlowing ot-
t'.fi-rs of Norille l.tttlge of llehekahs.
lei It , at the last regular meeting
will also be installed In July by In
stalling :licer Mrs. Tobin of I'alu
Past vraml Mrs. Joseph F. Ileeil.
Noble grand Mrs. (Jertrude Hugo.
X'lce giaud Mrs. K. II. Sampson.
Vice grant' -Miss Ht-lle Ib.hrig.
PecoKling secretary Miss F.lhel
Finaini; secretary Mrs. J. U. It.-n-nt
Treasurer -Miss Horn Walls.
The lo.lc.c Is having a number of im
provements made to the hall. A
i eiliic; Is litW being placed In
building and when completed
;;lvc a v ry neat appearance.
ledge nit-mherp are making prepara
tions for a gland time on July II.
vlu'i Urand Master i Weill and lira ml
Secretary U -urs will visit the lodge.
TRY A NFWS WANT AD.
Samuel JelTeiy, formerly of haurium,
now connected with the st.ite iiiMirancc
department at lwisim;. who has bet n
in the. copper countiy 1 1 r several
weeks past, inspecting the books of Ihe
local insurance companies i epulis that
he found them In vciy s.itinl'at torv
condiiloii in every way. M r. Jell't ry
stales that It Is a pleasure to look over
the hooks tif most of the local com
panies, lifter ill-Hpecliiitf those of some
companies in other pan of the state.
TO OPEN EPWORTH LEA60E
REST HOME NEXT MONDAY
HOME OPEN TO INSPECTION BY
PASTORS AND WORKERS
Although this was the date desig
nated for Ihe formal opening of the
Fpwoilh la-ague Itest lloin. at I'lioen
lx. It Is handy llkc! ;.iy oatit-nts will
he received at the home until Mon
day, ii is understood ti:,t applications
lor admittance have alrt-atly been pre
sented ,y several vvol'll out. mothers,
um.ii recommendation of it physician,
und that there will be several patients
at the home from the beginning. The
plan of the league workers is a popu
lar one aiul I In fc i.s little doubt the
home will lilt a long I'll want in this
A large tit legation of ministers ami
P.pwoith League workers visited
Phoenix yesterday and Inspected the
home, being show ii through the insti
tution by the matron, .Mrs. Mary I'.ar
rett. They found the suitou ml i ngs
very congenial ami were highly pleas
ed with the arrangements made lot
the convenience of patients. Itasket
picnics were held la connection with
Theodore Kobeifs has HimiciI with
William A. lirady to originate n-xt
season the art of a Western sheriff
In a new comedy that will be one of
the manacer's first productions.
Fol bes-Itohet tson Will open the ,cv
Slllilitlt theater in I- oil V - Folirl ll St feet ,
Now Yolk, during the first week in
October. He Will plCt-lit Ihe sa mu
ti p i tolie he i n ve ilui nig his London
farewell appearante at liniy Fane.
THEATI;R 11 4
Next to Poet Office
E. C. RICHARDS Mgr.
Ulaf, An Mom
Palhe Weekly 'Review No. 21
Don't Tad to See It.
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