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Tuesday, Oct. 25, 1910.
J. J. COHEN, Manager
TOWLE OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
The Congregational Men's club held
an Interesting meeting last night at
the residence of W. J. Funkey, Jr., on
Beacon street. The subject under dis
cussion last night was ' Freight Rates"
and amongst those who made short
talks were George . W. Lewis, R. G.
Howell, Hans Peterson, August John
son, H. T. Bower and Joe Meade. Lat
er a general discussion of the subject
took place in which most of the thirty
members present took part. Refresh
ments were served by the Ladies' Aid
society, as usual, after which an im
promptu musical program was en
joyed. Arrangements were made last
night wehreby the club will have
charge of the services at the Congre
gational church some Sunday evening
' in December, when Mr. Armstrong of
Chicago, whp is engaged in mission
ary work, will make an address.
W. J Burns, who has been spend
ing the past seven weeks in Denver
and other western cities, returned to
Kast . Chicago, last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Funkey, Jr., En
tertained Rev. W. J. Funkey," Sr., last
Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Fun
key Bf Chicago yesterday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fife spent yester
day in Chicago.
About forty ladles yesterday surprised
Mrs. Mary Jones on the occasion of
her 76th birthday at the home of her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs.
Will Jones, on One Hundred and Forty-fifth
street. Amongst other presents
which Mrs. Jones received was a mag
nificent bunch of seventy-six American
Beauty roses. The out-of-town guests
present were Mrs. Neff of Columbus,
O. ; Mrs. John Neff of Blue Island and
Mrs. F. Barkman of Chicago.
The Masons have decided on Nov.
12th as the night for holding the past
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master's meeting, but the officers have
not yet been arranged.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. O'Neil, who have
moved to Gary, spent Saturday and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Abe Good
friend. The Goodfriends also enter
tained Mr. Goodfrlend.s father, Sam
Good friend .'of . Chicago, Sunday.
Louis burling has moved his cigar
factory back to Indiana Harbor from
South Chicago, and will established his
business in the Cline building. ,
Hainan Levy nas returned from a
week's visit with relatives in Tole
James D. Lightbody of Indiana Har
Dor, tne cnampton long-distance run
ner, has left eBrlln for a week's visit
The Indiana Harbor Gophers defeat
ed the Hammond Tigers in a football
game at Harrison Park, Hammond, last
Sunday by a score of 6 to 0. Black's
30-yard run around right end and
Perkins' goal kick were the features.
Congressman E. D. Crumpacker was
a guest at the So,uth Bay hotel last
night and left for home this morning,
The Christian Cuiture club will meet
at the Baptist church this evening at
8 o clock. Miss Janet Jaynes, who re
tently returned from abroad, will de
river an address, her subject being "A
lrip inrougn h-urope."
The Fraternal Order of Eagles will
meet -tonight-in their rooms in the
Auditorium, and a number of candi
dates will be Initiated. A good time
is expected. , .
PURDUE TEAM IS
IN BAD SHAPE
Lafayette. Ind., Oct.
and bruised- with three
condition that they will
play for several weeks.
men in such
be unable to
hearted members of the- Purdue foot
ball team started practice last night
for the game with Illinois here Sat
urday and the chances for even a cred
itable showing against Illinois, after
the crushing defeat at the hands of
Iowa on Saturday, are gloomy.
Dunwoddy, the giant tackle, will be
on the hospital list with a sprained
knee for some time, and Meeker, the
' rentpT" in n fFT-l n tr frnm A Krnlr on finer.
er. Neither will play against Illinois,
and Franks, the tall guard, is in a bad
condition with a' bruised leg.
Disappointment .over the outcome of
the Iowa game can be seen on all sides,
and a duplication of the disastrous sea
son under Cfach Speick last year Is
staring the supporters of the old gold
and black -in the face.
ABE ATTELL TO
New Orleans, La... Oct. 25. An
nouncement was made today that Abe
Attell, the . title . holder, and Frankle
Conley.of Kenosha, Wis., will meet in
a twenty round bout at the West Side
Athletic club on Sunday, Nov. 13, for
the world's featherweight champion
ship. ATTELL TRIMS KILBAN
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 25. Abe At
tell was given the decision over Tom
my Kilbane after ten rounds of fight
ing last night.
TO MEET POLE
Fort Dodge,, la., Oct. 25. Frank
Gotch refused today to accept Zbys
zko's challenge, backed by a $10,000
wager. The -Jiuffalo club offered a
$20,000 purse. - Gotch says he is through
with the mat game.
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morning or late at night, before or after
the steamheat is on, it is of importance
to have extra heat. In the builder's
outside office, in the shipping room, in
the checker's shack, on exposed lofts,
In railroad stations, in studios, the
Absolutely smokeless and odorless
top. -An indicator always shows the
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it is put in like a cork in a bottle,
TO BOW AT fiLTAR
Connie Mack Will Lead the
Procession by Making
His Second Trip.
COOMBS ALSO GETS BRIDE
Collins, Plank and Barry Other
Members of the Team Soon
to Be Bridegrooms.
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. . 25. Five
members of the champion Athletics are
to become benedicks during the com
ing winter. The only one of them who
has ever had any experience in con
nubial bliss is Connie Mack, a, widow
er, who has two grown sons. He is to
marry Miss Katherine Hallohan, a lo
cal girl. Connie declares the winning
of the worlds series has nothing to do
with his marriage, as it was arranged
"Really I cannot give any details of
our wedding," said Miss Hallohan
Mr. Mack will arrange all that in due
course of time. He was so anxious to
win the world series that he did not
give the wedding a great deal of at
tentlon before he went away."
Eddie Collins and Jack Coombs, two
of the stars of the-recent series, are to
use their winnings to furnish a snug
cozy corner, and they acknowledge
freely that winning the series "helped
some." Eddie is to marry Miss Mabel
Dean, daughter of a Philadelphia
manufacturer, and Jack will journey
all the way to Texas to claim. Miss
Florence Relss of Palestine.
Eddie Plank goes to Gettysburg
shortly to wed an old playmate. She
is a real fan and has insisted upon
hourly bulletins from Eddie during the
But the surprise of the day came late
yesterday afternoon when Shortstop
Jack Barry announced he had decided
to "hook up." He did it after a pretty
young woman had insisted upon kiss
ing him before a howling mob of 10,000
fans who met the team at the Broad
Amid the cheers and congratulations
of the crowd Jack announced thatthe
young woman had a perfect right to
kiss him, as they were to be married
shortly. Then he introduced her to
his team mates and the newspaper men
as Miss Margaret McDonough of Bos
ton. During the world's series Miss
McDonough has been the guest of Mrs.
Ira Thomas. Miss McDonough ac
knowledged today hat she promised to
marrv Jack immediately if the club
suceeded in "bringing home the bacon
And now for the Mendelssohn wedding
FLAG NOT LOST
SAY THE CUBS
In the discussions around town fol
lowing the final game of the world's
series, much was said about the um
piring, but no sane follower of the
Cubs attributed Chicago's defeat to
unfialr work on the part of the men in
charge of the game. Most of them con
sidered it bad taste to "squeal" when
it was all over and their favorites had
If the Cubs had lost the final game
or any of the games by a margin of
one run'" there might have been some
excuse for laying blame for the de
feat on the umpires. But the games
the Cubs lost were one sided ana Cub
fans realized that it would have taken
a tremendous amount of bad umpiring
to change the complexion of these
Umpire Sheridan was Indignant over
the charges made against him, but said
such things came as part of an umpire's
life and he would not attempt to get
back at his accusers in any way. Presi
dent Johnson said the whole thing was
ridiculous; that the Athletics had won
filriv and snuarely, and that he con
sidered it bad sportsmanship for Chi
cago people to "pick on" the umpires
when the Cubs had been beaten so
soundly by their American league op
ponents. Members of the Cub team -said they
thought Sheridan made a couple of bad
decisions in the last same, but none of
them held him responsible for the re
sult of the game or of the series. They
were willing to admit that the Ath
letics played better ball and deserved
PLANS BOAT TO
London. Oct. 25, William Fife, the
yacht designer, has accepted a con
tract to build a racing schooner for an
owner whose name is-not divulged. The
avowed purpose of the own?r, however.
Is to secure a racer capable of defeat-i
Ing the American schooner nestwara,
owned by Alexander S. Cochran of New
York. Sailed by Capt. Charles Barr.
the Westward won the feature events
at the Kiel and Cowes regattas last
THERE'S A CHANCE THAT YOU
OIGHT SOT TO POSTPONE THAT
"SHOPPING" ANY LONGER. READ
THE TIMES' ADS AND SEE IF THIS
IS NOT SO.
WILSON'S DEATH DOOMS
Contests for Balance of the
Season Are Canceled;
May Abolish Game.
Crawfordsvilie, Ind.. Oct. 25. Deep
est sorrow shrouds Wabash college as
result of the death of Ralph Wilson,
the Wabash college football player,
who died from injuries received in the
game against St. Louis university Sat
urday, and it is likely that football will
be abolished at Wabash.
it is known that some of the trus
tees have very positive views against
the game and this occurrence is ex
pected to bring others against the
game, so that drastic regulations will
result. The body of Wilson arrived
here-last night and was met by 2,000
sympathetic friends. Graduate Manag
er Eller announced that all football
games for the season would be cancel
ed. Captain Hopkins and other mem
bers of the football team declared they
have played their last game.
Out of respect to Wilson the high
school team disbanded for this year.
Wilson was a member of last year s
high school team. 1
YALE DROPS 2 STARS
FROM FIRST ELEVEN
Deming and Vansinderen,
Because of Work, Are
New Haven, . Conn., Oct. 25. Two
varsity stars were dimmed by Satur
day's game with Varilderbilt enough
to reduce them to the scrubs eleven.
Deming, left half back, and Vansinder
en, end, Were given places on the sec
ond eleve ntoday. Walter Camp did
not appear at the practice. Chief Coy
taking full chSS - - -
Baker was given "Demlng's ' position
at left half back and Brooks played
right end in place of left end.. Pete
Francis was awarded his old position
at left tackle after a week's banishment
to the scrubs. Arthur Howe made his
reappearance at quarter back, running
the varsity eleven through the signal
practice, although the coaches insist
that they will not attempt to play him
before the Princeton game Nov. 12.
Strout ran"' the eleven as quarter back
during all the scrimmage drill. A div
ing practice of thirty-five minutes, with
the gates open," opened the week.
Coach Coy said today that Yale
would not give Vanderbilt a football
as a trophy for playing Tale a tie
game, as many of the Yale alumni are
urging the Yale football association
Toklo, Oct. 25. The University of
Chicago baseball team, which is mak
ing a tour of Japan, left here yester
day to play a series of games at Osaka,
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President Johnson of the American ,
eagrue. President Comiskey of the
White Sox, Jimmy McAleer. manager of
the Washington club, and others will
start tonight for. the Wlnsconsin woods
on a hunting expedition. They will be
gone for at least a week. They would
have started on this trip a week ago, !
but for the world's series. All of them
will be glad to get out of the baseball
world for a while.
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 25. Charles
Cutler and Henry Ordeman meet in a
catch-as-catch-can wrestling match
here tonight. World's Champion Frank
Gotch recently announced his retire
ment from the mat game, will referee.
Ordeman Is regarded as one of the best
wrestlers in the country, and, like Cut
ler, at one time associated with Cham
pion Gotch in exhibition matches.
CALENDAR. OF SPORTS
4 FOR THE WEEK.
Jack (Twin) Sullivan, vs. Sam
Langford, 6 rounds, at Pitts
burg. Jimmy Gardner vs. Frank
Klaus, 12 rounds, at Boston.
Annual field trials ofv the
Connecticut Field Trial club at
Opning of the horse show
at American League baseball
park, Washington, D. C.
Invitation women's golf tour
nament at Midland Golf club.
Garden City, L. I.
Opening of light harness
meetings at Charlotte, N. C,
and Dallas, Tex.
Annual field trials of the
Wsetern Beagle club at Genoa,
Opening of bench show of
Greater Houston Kennel club at
Openingof horseshow of Texas
state fair at Dallas, Tex.
Annual fall tracks and field
games at Princeton university.
Annual field trials of the
Dayton pointer Club, Dayton, O.
First annual handicap track
and field meet of the Illinois A.
Race meet of the Dallas Au
tomobile club, Dallas, Tex.
Annual fall tracks and field
games at Harvard university.
Battling Nelson vs. Anton La
Grave, 15 rounds, at San Fran
cisco. Motor truck reliability run
from Chicago to Milwaukee and
Contest for the international
aviation trophy at Belmont
Park. N. J.
Six-day bicycle team race
starts in the Boston arena, Bos
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Halfback Wella, of Ohio State
University, captain of the heavy and
speedy football squad, is regarded
as one of the best men in Ohio.
The South Side Maroons were de
feated by one of the best and squarest
bunch of football players named East
Chicago Anchors, on the latter's
grounds, Ify the score of 6 to 0. The
touchdown was scored in the first ten
minutes of the second half. They are
trying to arrange a game with Val
paraiso All Stars for next Sunday.
Manager Kohl Is trying to have one of
the best 135-pound teams in Lake
county. Remember, all members of
"team be out to practice Wednesday,
ESTATE OF $18,000
Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 25. Stan
ley Ketchel, the middleweight cham
pion pugilist, who was murdered on a
ranch in Missouri, left an estate valued
at $18,000, according to a petition filed
in the probate court here today. The
petition was signed by Julta Ketchel,
mother of the dead fighter. Ketchel
left $8,000 in real estate and the bal
ance in personal property.
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 25. Probably the
first off-season baseball trade will be
announced in a few days. Involving the
Reds and Phillies. President Herrmann
returned from Chicago today and hint-
ed that Pitcher McQuillen and either
lOc and J5c
Third Baseman Grant or Shortstop
Doolan would become Reds in exchange
for Hans Lobert. Manager Griffith said
that the deal had been consummated,
but that the announcement of the deal
must come from the Phillies' end.
FIANCEE IS HAPPY
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 25. Two wo
men anxiously awaited the return of
the baseball conquerors. One is Mrs.
Mary McGilllcuddy, the mother of
Connie Mack, and the other is Mfss
Katherine Hallohan, his fiancee. "Of
course I am happy," said Miss Hallo
han. "Mr. Mack predicted that his men
would win the championship and It is
indeed a pleasure to know that he did
not misjudge or over-estimate his
players." Connie will arrange for the
wedding within a day or two, and it is
thought that the ceremony will fbe
solemnized within the next ten days.
I cannot give any details of the wed
ding,' said Miss Hallohan. "Mr. Mack
was so anxious to win . the world's
series that he did not give the wedding
a great deal of attention when he went
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