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THE CALUMET NEWS.
50INGS OF THE VAN LOONS:
WElL. t'lF GOT
flN6 ftNt' THM
vJGD To r -
V WAi lD
m j is
Wolverines to Meet Vanderbilt
on Gridiron This Fall
Ann Arbor, June Michigan': 191.1
fidtbiili si ln'iluU- Is Kt. 4. C.ise nl Ann
Ailmt; net. 11. open; Oct. IS M. A. '.
t Ann Ailmr; Oct. !'.", Vamlcrliilt (it
N;i.-Ii illt ; Nov. 1, Syriu use iit Ann
Arlmr; Nov. S. t'orncll at Itli;u;i; Nov.
',, Pciiii ;tf Ann Arhor.
F.j' li c;ir Intercut it Mi' himm is
fTf:t r m iithlctlt B ii nil this Ktinie en
ilnisi.iin i btini; curried over into
c nuiK ti' cnient time.
Lut'l 'iir t wo gunies with iVnnsyl
ipniii uerc prherluleil for rumtni'ni'c
niont ik iiml the intmvHtlon was re
(fiM'il so well that it was rcprateil
thi r,ir The Htton Quakers will he
tit liny Kli'M for a pinm on .Mntnl.iv
fitrl uu-- on WeilncHilay of connneiH c
n:'nt ek. This wasnn IVnn ha:
niolt a rem. irkahlo (ihowin in th?
fiit ai.il f ery loyal MicliiKau fan
k n " v vi what tin- Volvcrlnen h.uc loti
thi reason. The 1!M3 Mi' liiKMi hase
hill u,,iii Is prohahly the best that
litsrwi finiKht for the Maize anil lllue
unil Hi - fait that renn has taken one
f.l u ..f il... l l.i ..... i. vi.l i. a
If enh j-oiim to make ('oat'h KixevH
nuti lUht harder for the btace of
MOHAWK RUNNING TEAM.
Mini'ir! of the Mohawk fire depart -iwnt
air making Fpe( ial efforts to or
janve a t unnini; team to it pre. a tit
ilin in this year's tournament in lied
Jacket. Th r was to have been a
1110M1114 last evening to take Https to
w.i ids ilfcalilze, ijUf nuinj; to other
Httr.i' nuns which would ronflict. the
nifftum was not held. Although fev -(fl
if the t.cfst known athletes in the
t"n hiivr liM-ated elsewhere, assur
.'nim l:tf. been received from other
S' ' 1 in 11 that they w ill turn out and
'into ,11 brisbt prospects fur a stronK
TAMARACK CRICKET LINE-UP.
Vim t promises to be nn of the
iff't.' most Interesting ctieket
iiHin m sebcdiiletl- ti be jdaed at
Tamo-irk Saturday, when the Mronj?
rii! s laie team comes here te, meet
Hi" ln.aK Tbe Tanmraek line-up in
" fnll.iWM: T Dnw, XV. Carbbi. J.
(;.,. .,, i.n, K;-, 1;, Andrew.". H.
r'iti;"-in. f. I'raiK. N. Wnrren, I.'. Tre
I. I t uiine,,ii, it, Hotlda; reset ve,
' W.irrtn; umpire, W. Watttr;
l",(,i. i:. p. Morris.
I.' ii!s ill... yt. I'hiiI. t: thirteen
Imbanap,,!,.,, r,: Milwaukee, M.
' 1 n 1 1 1 1 . n Kanji.iM 'ily,
r"l"l". I: Minneapolis. 4.
Ht bttn lh favorite drink
of mankind for ag.
T 13 GOOD AG A FAMILY
told in quart and pint bottles
fe'tphonts In all Copper
ru- i & t ti i i.. i i hi
Timely Observations of Events Happening in the Sporting World j
WHAT ON liAOTli
ou ur TO I
i NOW PA 1 WHAT
I ri?Ol-l SMiV'rl
( to JH.T BOPDV
I C,F:7 5 57AR7tlr) iM
j ANt) WW" NOI
M M ,M7n nir
THAT CAV' Ti
BASEBALL 1ALL READY FOR
New York :it i;i
t'liba-.o ;t jr,
Uonton :'4 :'7
t't. Louis ; .1:!
I'liu iiuiati !! a;
V. L. Pet.
41 l:t .7:.n
37 1!0 .bpii
31 1'7 .:.:4;
:s :'ti .:'.
24 .16 .4110
14 3 .2K4
I Sot: ton
!t. Louis ..
New York .
Postnn at Pittsbursh.
lirooklyn at St. Iuiia.
New York at 1'ttninnatl.
I'hlladelphia at i'hieano.
Chirao at Philatb Iphia.
St. Louis at New York.
lleltoit at llostou.
'leeland at Yal hirritoii.
ChlcaRo, 111., Juno 1 r. 'hi-nso nt
down the it;,, t.f Philadelphia in the
pennant ran- yesterday bs shut linn out
the visitors for the second tine, while
New York tbfeated I'ineinnati. llum
plnle.s pitched a wonderful natiu- ami
allowed the visitors only three .scat
tered fiils, while only two Pliilaiicl
I hians reached second base. His sup
port, was excellent. 1
j; ii w
Philadelphia . .a on 0 00 00a a
i hicano an 1 :5 0 0 0 a x 4 7 1
PattericF Sea ton und Pooin. Hum-(
phries and Hrestiahan. Two-base hit
.ea h. f'hicaco. j
St. Louis. Mo.. June p. H.u'.on was j
inviinible. while inner was hit with
'lieu mi ba.es and St. Louis lost the,
third name to lirooklyn.
It It 15
i!i,.r,uu n :t a 0 .1 a j 0 11 a s l :
J-H l.nUiM 0 II II II II no 1 I ti !
Pallet I' Itnnoti and Miller; (Srimr.)
Hurl; and Wtnso. Koberts. Two-base I
hits -Ciitshaw. St'MiKel. Smith. Miller.
Prci'khn. Three-base hits Miller,
IMm.t!. Proi klvn. Ma-;ee. St. Iouis.
Pittsburgh. I'".. Ji P. Pittsburgh
lost Its sixth straight ame b a one
run mar:; In this afternoon to Huston.
After two men were out in the ninth
"osten scored its winning run.
It II K
Ituvton n 0 I 11 11 a 0 0 1- 7 0
Pittsburgh 1 00 00- 1 7 4
:,tttet ies Tyler and Patlden; Co"-
r and tiibson. Two-base hits t 'a 1 c .
Wood. IMH'deirgh: Mn. P". ton.
Thi. e-b.i;e hit - Al.itanv ille, ltost.ui.
Cin. inoati. Ohio. June lit. - New
York succeeded In making it three vic
tories ocr Ciiu lpnatl b winniti',' yes.
It 11 K
N1V VotU ...4 inoo 1) a 0 j 7 1 - 0
ClneUinatl . . . 0 0 0 .... 0 0 0 - ! -
t u- li.ni.it ee. I'tarulall and
Mcvris. Johnson. Ilrown. Packard and
.larke Two-base hits-Shafer. Me-,-rs.
New York. Three-base hits -Hums,
Merkle. New York.
Philadelphia. Pa.. June -Pv h
tinV Mender and Wy. teff from II."
,,. i ,,e en IV innings tt cste.,!ayH
,,.., .-hlcano ..mas.-eil n.ch .. had
,,,. Philadelphia could not ovcr.ome
Collins of Chl.ago mad- two Hin-
f.,',., d ...ble and n ttl ut of
trips to the pl-lte. n j,
..,,..,, son 1 0 0 0 0 - ! 11 1
f.nll,(,Hphla .00 0....0 1..01-- I l
.,,, cries-Walsh ""'I flliilk. lb 11
,.,." wvekorf. TalT and N.PP. Jwo
,' it,j. Collie. Chicago; M.ln-
(!;". P,K.r. Phi. -.Phh.. Three-
hi., -j. w.--v.T. i.i-
avvaM.i.ot, I,. T. 7':;;;;
,.,, ......hI Us s" 1 xh l" "r "
1 ' . l(1. ,! , Johnson ester,la.v
Kcisotioxei aiui M.p.i.li.
RurJCri 0 CcM lN
FEW Hour-v: , f?u7
5 Nv "
i.unK l he r- dA.'fllu'iO
MAKING' AHOUl "2C0
TWNK HE MA'. THE.
Yale Favorite Over Harvard for
Event on Thames Tomorrow
New I.ondun, Conn., June If. The
annual vathity rate betwetn the crews
of Yale :inu Harvard will take pl.tt e
on 1 he Thames Kivcr course here to
morrow. The bi . Vint w ill be preced-
il as usual by the varsity four-nan ,
rue .itul the freshman eight-oai cd
raet. The foiir-oart.l rate will be
lowt il upstream at !:1.". o't lock in the
inornicg, mcr the lower two miles of
the course. ,s noon as possible alter
the Mulsh of that race the freshman
tights will row upstream owr the ut
p r two miles of the course. The biK
rate of the day will be Marled at
abort 3: 2ii o'eloi k in the alternnon at
Hip Harvard miarters and will be
rowed o 1 r the four-iu.le course down,
strtarn. Mnishins at the railroad bridge.
In antit ipation of the lU reK.itta
.'ew London today is wearin.; its holi
d,t gaib whlth it tlns but once a
year. The advance .nuard iif xlsilors
h is already put In mi app iiimihv, I'.ut
the main armv of the nt husiasts w ill
not hi rive until early tomorrow morn
ing, w In n they w ill pour into town by
train, b boat anil by automobile, from
Huston, New York, New Haven and
nintiv other points.
Crimson Twice Defeated,
It is one of the traditions of Yale
liaivard rowing thai the crew which
shows the better ft if III tWo Weeks be
fore ihe race will win. Hasing their
judgment lai'i'.elv ..n this tradition, the
ma irity of tie- 1 t iti. s predict a v ic
tory for the nines in the bi ia, to
morrow. The Yale crew l.as made a
ili-itnictly bitter chow inn in its prac
tice work. This is the first season
since I larva ril began In r winning
ilre.ik in Pn; that Yale has been the
favorite. Hut the Tact that the Crim
son crew has come to the Thames this
ear with, a tecmd of defeat by both
I'rin. ( ton anil Cornell .arlir in the
season has served to almost entirely
lev. rse the i oiidit ions that have pre
vailed on the eve of tin Ya le-II a rv a 1 .1
races of late v ears.
New English Coach.
If Y ile does win tomoirow it will be
one of the most remarkable achieve
nunt 111 row in; history. Alltr a ma
son of defeats and a thoroughly .de
moralized condition in Yale's rowinj:
system, n adopt a new and radically
different stroke and pro.lu. e a winning
crew the very first vear would seem to
be an absolute Impossibility. The ,if
!eletn e between t ho publish rtfoke
.vhii h Yale s rowing this .vear. ami
the Americanized Knglisl. stroke sin h
as has bt i n taught by t eal lv all of
the professional coaches Is vcrv mark
ed. Hut It I" believed that anv disad
vantages resulting from the change of
stroke Will be niefe than nlTset by the
fats that the Yale trew is largely
composed of veterans and that their
was beiit heil f
disputing a tlcciMon
In the eighth.
K II i:
-b vela ml 1 0 0 0 1. 0 0 2 1 - 4 ! 1'
Va.-.!iingtin . . . 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 - 0 !
Mattel it s -V. (iregg and O'Neill;
Johnson and Ainsmlth. Home run
Ji hnston. Cleveland.
New York. N. Y.. Juno IS. -New
York evened It up with St. Louis yes
terday, winning the second Mine, pord
pitched well for New York, winning
his fourth stialght game. He was
Wi ll Hllppotltil.
11 II i:
j, onls 00 l 000000 1 7 :i
New York (i 11 (i imi 11 3 x - '1 ! 1
Hatlerb s Yt lleman. Stone and Ag
l.ew ; pofd and Sweeney. Two-base
hit - Pecklnp iiivh. New York.
Hoston. Mass.. June !!. Huston de
teHtetl hetrolt .vistt tday, errors llgur
ln largely in the tun getting. Cap
tain Wagner of Ho.-ton will be out of
the frame for Home time because of
blood polsonlim ill one or his lingers.
It II !'.
Hctrolt l i.ol 4 0 (()-
I lost on 11 I 03 I 2 "tlx 7 ! 3
HitlerlesWIIUtt, Hall ami Stall
age, ltondcau: Collins and Cairlgan.
Two-base hit Hush. Vltt, C.ainer.
lelroit; Carrbiati CM. Speaker. P.os
Ion. Three-base hil!-'obb, li.troif.
Sl'cakcr, Uaidacr, Huston.
Yes It Would Be Rather Hard for
fST NOW ,
opponents are th weakest crew that
ll ii vanl ha.s s nt to New London in
The Deciding Contest.
Some additional interest is given the
tace this .vear by the fact that it Is in
the nature of a "rubber." Since the an
nual cl.i.i i hail its Inception on Lake
I V.'innipiset.Kee. sixly-ono .veats ago.
Yale ami Harvard have each been
credited with tw. nty-three victories,
the duels being fought out on the or
iginal course, then tit Worcester, New
Haven, Sprinlield ami finally on the
, Thames ct Vew London. There have
'been many interruptions since the
flrM struggle In 1K.", fo that the rc
ratta this years is the fnrt.v -seventh
met tier of th two oldest American
univ t siics in what many gratluaten
regard as the. American spotting
Some Records of Past.
The fastest tln.e ever made on the
Thames was bv th. Yale trew In 1SSS,
whbh rovered tlu lour mile in
minutes and 10 seconds. The lastest
Harvard trew was that of 1S7K, which
lowol the l-nir miles in 20 minutes and
4l'"Vt m'cond". The idowest time by a
winnin:; trew was that of Harvard in
IKS",, which paddled over the course
against a head wind in 2.". minutes and
1 a 'a .seconds.
Th" slowest time by ti losin;; crt vv
was when the Yale stroke collapsed
live years ago. but recovered in lime
to help the shell over the line in 27
minutes and l." seconds.' As llarv.ilil
won this tace by 3 minutes and
! nds. it was estimated that the dif
ference between the two was seventv
tvvo boat lenvths. the loligcM had ever
attained b- a winninv, crew.
The initial race in 1ST.2 was rowed
over a tvvo-inile course, which was in
1 reused to three miles in the next rate,
which wis rowed in 1 ."". Again the
iii':tanco was ini leased in 1 S7. this
tune to four miles, whirl, has been the
length of the varsity races ever . in .
LARGE MAP OF CEETYSEJURG.
Unite! States Geological Survey Will
Sell. Until July 4, Topographic Map.
To m.et the demand f"r an n . urate
iiiap of ibttv.cbuiK end vicinity dur
ing the -teat memorial celebration
which will be held nt that histotit
point Lightning June 2!t ..' years
aft.r the terrific light which sealed
(he fate of the hitherto
s. insulin (Vnfetli no v -the l'nite.1
States ceoloxi' al survey has com
bined ft.lir of its 1o.orapllie sheets
Mul printed a lale map. The map
covers about !U.'. S'U.ite miles, tnclud
itm th- (lettyshur.i? hattlellehl and the
adjacent poll Ion of Pennsylvania, as
well a the adjoining portion of Marv
land. and is on the anvle scale ..f 1
mile to the in. h. It shows accurately
the size and shapes of the mountains
end ridges, and by means of contour
i f elevation lines the exa-t altitude
if every hill, slope, valley and piss
VII the roads by which Lee brought
his main armv in from the west arc
shown, and the course pursued by
the army of the Potomac under Hook
er anil later under Meade tan be
readily tract d. Sin h familiar bloody
tiKhling xrouiuls as Little Pound Top.
the Wheatlbltl. ami the Ptaih or
(hard are tdiown !n their exact topog
raph almost as dearly as in .1 bird'.,
eve pboto-'iaph. as is also the vtoiind
over which Pi- k It s .bv Ision of lv,
tn.a men, th" Mower of the Muitli.
ma.le its fiimoiis but futile Hiuigc
a 1 barge, h.wevo-. whi-h a 'cotnpll li
ed Its probable plllpi.; c of th tel l in
.Meade troni following up his vlititv
with 11 purstiit of Lee's shattered
Man Will ne Sold t Half Price.
Such a tu
motuls to 1
U....I. ...... onl.l have been Worth
times its weight In dla
tlur if H." eoinmandiug
the battle "f Uett)Mcitg.
where the fate of tin
and probal.lv of the
confederacy hung on
day. The suivc.vh on
is based Wf re made
ir great armies
union and the
the Issue of a
will d. th man
In co-opera lion
Willi the I
nns.v Ivatiia rtate Toper
ideologic sutvev ititlimls-
l-iti and the (Icol.c.-i. al survey ol
Maryland. This map tan I bt iln. d
from the I'nitrd States geolottl. al pur
vey. The regular pile" if 40 renin H
copy, but by speelal aothorlty Kiantetl
by the Kericturv cf th- interior. It will
be delivered postage fne !n a malllnK
tube until Jil.v 4. PHI. 'i'
copy. Ttemlttam es idiotild be ma.le to
the in: lor. I'lliied States Ccolo'llc-
al Survey, Washington. I. C.. in 'nh
or money order.
I I s.
in apst T.mRd pa v ' I
Bobby to Wait That Long
NAME OF HeMeANOT
rXGCENTLV DoiycT a
prsn SQUARE R?OT?
VOf &f:AT HI AT
PAV v.iMD TWAT'j
1 C v. THAT1! V " I J
X WHAT J 1
WATCH NETS OF
Game Wardens on Alert for In
fractions of Law
Came Warden John T. Maclunal.l,
of Lijuriuni. in company with Wanlms
St. Claire WiNoii. of Hancock, and
Thomas 1'ien, ,,f Keweenaw itniiitv,
is inakin;; ;i thorough Inv t st iat ion of
connmtiial tisl.ni;; in this district and
already many in 1 1 a. I ions of the law
have been discovered. Three prosecu
tions have allea.lv been Marti d in
Hancock and ofh:a ate likely to f..-
10. v .at an early dale, according to Mr.
M.n I lonald.
Fishermen geiuially are usint; nets
w ith too f.ne a mesh, the war. It ns
assert, and many of the older 11; lit r
nvn of this district cannot excuse
themselves on the ground that thej
are i-ttoiant of the law, for each Msh
eniian was River, definite itiMiuctlons
l I'-onaby ,isi hummer, when th"
laws Went into tffett. Heinle the
laws went intti 1 flei t the Mshtttnen
vveie ejven a whole .vear to rhangi
their nets, so th.t. the new law would
not work a hardship upon them, and
ihe ram. vvai.lcns ait now determined
that the lavi must I ci.mplic.1 with.
The law itonilts lll.ll the mesh of
nets for wnite bsh shall be iml lc h
than four and one hall inches and the
!ish must wei' h tw.. pounds. . .r one
poind ten ounces, drc-st tl, while a
trout must vveinh one and one-half or
one and 1 .tie-for it h pounds iliessed.
Many the fish taiinht in the watirs
of Lake Superior and 111.it U 1 1 , in the
."..pptr iif. 1 1 v fall below thi re
.. nil .111. tit, It j': s.ijd.
The me: h of si iiie nets for herring
nrist be :", Inches in the "po. k. f and
lour inches in tic- v i nyss. accordui tt.
Ihe I iv". but t'cciiitlv al the canal
some nets were eonllscatitl with a
I'lesh as sma I! as I '4 lm I .i.
Hill lo ts fo );. rnn; n u t be Z
inches the tw savs. but the tlslu 1 nuui
are tisiiu; nets as small as J' and .'U
in hes. Act oiilir". to Mr. Marlionald,
si vera I -uci mis were found at Cay
Surd. iv, n.t ihe llsli'iir. 11 gavt- as
their 1 M use that tin nds vv re exact
Iv the same as tho.c used by Haiagi
and M.ir.ii. tie toiuitv tisla rmi'ii. It
Mints a lew will':: ago. a special act
permi'te,! the lisl.elll.t 11 ot the nulli
ties named to use a net smaller than
the log'l! see ill other pat'ta Ol' the
Mute, but this ,'C t has sm. e been re
scinded -itn! il.hcin.cn in both conn
1 b s must .0 t ni c.'tiliugly.
Atiothir feature of tin- laws govetn
in 1 onuiier. ial tishlnn. which la i'on
sfantly viol .led. according to Mr.Mac
l.i.nalil. H that 1 cpiii in,; that small
ivhitel'-h and lake trout, taiuht In
Scire 111 1 l,.f helllllg. be tttllllieil
to the water. Mr. Ma. I ion 1 1.1 and the
olh.T W aniens vvdl keep a v tl ict hll
pi 1 vision of the comnici'iial llshing
f I on this litre or.
Th 1 enr 1.. briiv;iti:r excellent re
sults for the fl-heinun, it is sahl, the
nit. he - . 1 ir p bv. '-iv f 1v1at.lv w Ith
I lie! e l!l ol 'r t M'ISoiS.
WANT PARK FOR MEET.
Dulidh Putir Negotiating With th
Manflqcment of Driving ParU.
Ne otlatioiiK ate belir; coii'bn lei b.v
fluhitb rpott cut hnsia.'ts for the use
of the I.i iriiiin drivltr; patk early in
lulv. 'or a big athletic meet t i. pro
posed to siagc hte. No details ar(
available as to the nature of the meet,
but fui I her advises are expected with
in a f"W tl.ns.
L, P. C.ild tvi II. in adv an -e of the Pat -lilron
rlu.ws, which are to be in
I arrivm the MiM wee'e of Jnlv as an
atti.K -tbui for the niiilsuinnit r lat tii
val. 11 11 Iv id In l.aurirm rally this
'ivrninu ami will remain here until
after th" close of the carnival. All
lelails for the t pi" u la nee of the LU
coinpanv here will L. completed at
There will be two big t ilciisen at
the park during the next tew weeks.
Spark big tiinmal M.ovv on June ".
i.nd Collmer Pros. popular tentetl
kIiow. a bin three-ting circus, on Aug.
11. Contracts have just been closed
for these two h'j; attia-tions. It Is
lirlikdv anv latwr 1 ir.-u.-ei will v!.lt
the 1 oppt r country Mhts tar, but
Ihf-e :itlra t loic are said to .t firt
i!a-'S In 1 vfy way and tiure is no
doubt they will he I'oput'ii'.
YOo KNOW I
AND 7 HAS
TWO - HCNDREiM
IPTt T ErU 7
LEASE IS EXTENDED.
ro.Bit.fflc. In-ipector S-hlabath. of
Matunette. was in Uuitiurii yestetdav
to arratc-e for a ( onir ti n i. n of the
present base on the Laurium j.ostof
H'e bull. ling. The le.isc would have
ixpued July 1. and as the post'. Mice
is to be move 1 to a Ir vv site. the
buililin- to be ere 'i d by th.. First
National bank, on Third aired, some
arrangement wns n" cjsai.v. An -x-tensio"
of the pits, n; b a'-e for two
months v. as arrange I 111. tl I y the end
of that time It is impeded the new
bnildiu.'. w ill '.e rci Iv .
SPECIAL MASS FOR CLASS
OF 1913 AT SACRED HEART
NINETEEN GRADUATES TAKE
The nineteen Sailed Heart huh
s( hoo senioiK who will 1 graduated
this evening attended communion
r.etv.ccs 11. a body at the Sat 11 .1 Heart
( him h this morning and .13 a special
favor. Rev. Fr. He.le. pastor of the
ihiir.h telcbiitted high mass in their
honor. The ceremony vva a very
iretty one at.d was much apprec iated.
The 1 olllinencenielit exert Is.-s w ill
be held this evening n the iiuditor
i'lli. of the Sacred Heart high -ibool.
with Ibv. Fr. Flavian, o. . M. of
Cincinnati as the commencement
. peakcr. A splendid program has been
arranged in honor of this occasion and
nil parents and friend of the stiuletils
an invited to be j. resent. The audi
torium ol the school will be attractive
ly decorated for tbe oc. asbn.
Follow im; Is file pi oKi-am:
Professional S. 11. II. S. orchestra.
Salutatory- Florence llartniann.
Piano ol.N- 1 b-oi-L-c Sietb.n..
"Water Lilies" High S.'l I Chorus.
Violin solo Hronif laus lUinstiub.
Piano solo Mamie N'oonan.
Valedietorv Ha.( 1 Meuni r.
Selection 1 if. In stra.
1bl1cHs-Rev. I'ath r Flavun, o.
S.'b" ti.n 1 M'cheMra.
Pres. ntatlon of diplomas. mellf
md premiums Rev. Father Rede, o.
I '. iM.
Ke.-es'Mt.nal -1 r. Ir stra.
Those who will ic. -eive diploma ;:
I'olilie T. Pfolllllet, l.'l'IKStlne L.
I'a' sar, Maty . '. Iaev. Maty li. Ioye.
I-Ion t.t c 1 , llartmanti. Veronh a F.
Kelly. Matv M. Ma it 1. Hazel ii. M. u
tii'f. Mamie i Noon. in. Ioit.thy P.
oCt niioi. Catherine C Shea. Magda
bn A. Sullivan. Hrotiisla us J Hlin
sttub. Horace P. Hlouillef. John J.
Clean. Wendell W. Ko-li. Rav m uiil
I". Sclrilie. John A. Shea, lieoigo L.
Stt 1 i.t 11?.
Anv person desiring to pun base one
of the class books may do s.. at the
1 t ft ises I hi : ( V ( lung.
Rev. Fr. I'lavi.Mi. who is one of the
priests who rendu, tcl the su t -ssf ut
mis io-i at the Sa. ted Hc'ilt church
last winter. Will reliwiill here to at
tend Rev. Fr. Kr.'iMnus' Hist high mas:
at the .-'.ft ted Ileuit iliuith Sunday
itiotnlnj. He will also tctilu't the
nniial reliKioiiH retreat of the Sisteis
of Node I'atiie li:rin the mining
WILL LIVE IN LAURIUM.
Pretty Weddinq at the Hancock Epis
copal Church Recently.
Ms. Chil.tlne Holu.an, dauuhtrr
of Mr. ard Mrs. Nicholas ll'dzman of
Ft anl'.l'n strict. H uighton. and
Charles II. Anltc.V". of Uiuiium. were
united In marrtase at a ceremony
ciiictl.v .oleinnl'etl at the Mam of k
Cplscopil i lmn Ii Saturday.
The bi 'd" was becomingly g"W tied
i'i embroidered white voillo and car
I led loses and ll'jes of me valley,
whiie her maid of honor. Miss Mildred
Andrews. MM.r of the groom, was at
llr. d in w hite and rallied pink and
white carnations. Finest Hob'.man.
bii 1 her of the Lrlde was the bc.t man.
Following the icreniony. the wi-d-thng
party returned to the home of the
bride' parents In llounhtoii. where
'wilding; dinner was served and later
the psrtv tame to Calumet and en
I .veil wedding supper at the home of
the groom, whbh was l.eautifull.v
trimmed with Mower and mi ecus,
whim and pink being the color
Tbe bride Is a will known end pop
ular joung iady, native uf this mini-
tv, while th. uroom has resided hre.
all hi., life. Tin v will make their
home at i:;s II"' la street. Laurium.
Glasses Over Keys on Fire Alarm
Boxes Are Being Broken.
Two or three weeks aso. the fire
al.it m s.vMcm of Calumet was modern
ized by the lird dlat ion of an Im
provement vvheic'.y the kevs might be
left at tin- fire alum box's. Inserted
nit" the k'Vhole and ready for im
mediate use. A small box was lifted
over the kevhole of ea h Mre alarm
box .ml over it t thin pane of glass
( prole t I. the purpose bfinn
simpliiv the wotk ol turning in an
Now a petty vandalism has been
discovered, the glass- over several
o the boxes having been broken re
cently. The act (lees not look like
that of sma" b.c s. Hnd It Is supposed
oltler person! ai" n sponsible. The
otibers are invest Ig.ttinic anil prompt
punv'-bmi tit w ill be meted out to any
e e e fje ee J eje ej ej e eje f
Jamb I )ahl Is HI at his home on
Mis Hessle Maw retire is expected
borne today from Detroit and Chicago.
.cconipHC'ed bv tl T brother. Lout!?,
who ''as In in al Wist ll.id. n,
Mr. aad Mr.". Peter T.ni.isl, cf 13
North Itofiu.'is street. te the parents
of a dair-'lifcr.
Postmaster Vincent Vaito goes to
Wgaimoo today to itt.-nd the conven
tion of the Italian-American fdera
The t hoir of the l,iurlum M. F.
1 hurt li will entertain at an b e cream
sot ial on the lawn west of the v hurch
Saturday i v eriing.
Mrs. T'lomas R.ibhins and children
. f Isbpemins ate spenditi)S a nhorr
lime at the home of Fred Uobbms In
I, am iiim.
The Mis ts P.o.e l.mondra and Ag
nes liipp have gone to petroit when
ey will locate.
John Rt.we and Harry Chynoweth
.ave gone t' l.itnul
Tbe Km ;s iMughtet of the German
KMof'tiod 1 hurch will hold a handker
iliuf fii in the chuii h pallets tomor
lovv ev t run ;.
Rev. H. K. Madnen. distil-t super
int ri'lent of the Chicago diMiut of the
lianish-Norwrglan M K. chert h. will
an he late Satnniay and conduit serv
urt in the Norwegian -1 anish M. E.
hut' h Sunday Tii"iriii.g and evening,
l oth addresses will be In Stand. na
Vian rerirnii'. h nniuae sioi t of toba.vi
raised In this country, is limited in
i.uantifv, and thp disttht ptoduoiii It
is conf'ned to -v small section of St.
.'anie? patish. on the east side of tha
Mississippi vlvcr. Louisiana. The total
produdloii is about jria.iMin pounds a
One citreii of Louisiana in so im
pressed will- the need for medical In-
pedioii in the s hools that he ha
furiii- 'ii il the net essary funds for the
rnlarv of the health ..fiber in his rom
Ft.'iik l.-ilor will have the loijlnff
1 rtredy role in H. H. Frazee'ji pro
. la Mom of ' h-lc." tlraniatize,! from
th- novel bv Pobttt I'hatllbelS.
A DISTINCTIVE LINE OF
HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC
10? fifth sr.