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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1909.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Sporting Department fCKERSALL THINKS YOSI HAS GOOD FOOTBALL TEAM Famous Chicago Writer Once Star Player Says Green Material Has Strong Possibilities Michigan Will Meet Ohio Today in One of the Hardest Games of Season. Clil.n';'. . t. 16. Writing from Ann AiIht, Walter II. Kckornull nays of Ynst'n football tfam: Hinn material with Ptrmn? possl l.ilitl. s. This Im tho football Bltua-ti.-n .it the University of Michigan, and C..aeh Y.t expects to have the best Icim since P.'."i. "Tin- u"al which practiced thlt wci k hail more rcse mblanco to tho old Michigan machines of 1901. 1UUJ, 1!H3, 1 !t1 iind 1003 than any Binee, and the students have gnat faith In Yost to turn out a team which this year "will lie the equal of those famous elevens which defeated everything In the west In those years. Yost himself believes In- hits material from whleh a strong tram ean he selected, hut he feat'H the p I. mrs will not have had enough ex perience by the time Pennsylvania, Syracuse and Minnesota are met. Ohio Game Today. The game with the Ohio State unl- CALUMET THEATRE MATINEE AND NIGHT Saturday, Oct. 16 THE SEASON'S BIGGEST NOVELTY ! Harry Scott Co.'s Massive Production THE GIRL FROM -J im'irii-r - - If Dainty! Sweet! Pretty An Kxtravagant Kxtravn-jan-za of Extraordinary Kvrntd of Two Hemispheres! A Drama tie and Musical Triumph of Veritable Merit, presented by a Well Selected Company of Players! MAGNIFICENT SETTINGS! Unique Costumes! Unctuous Comedy! Hewichinj; Melody! DASHING PONY BALLET! Prices: ICve. l'anpict $1.00 Panmct circle. 7, Paleony 50 !Hery 23 Seat sale Thursday at Korstcrs. Mat. ,r.(t .ro LOW FAUKS TO MHAVAUKICR VIA CHICAdO. MILWAUKKH & ST. PAUL ItY. Tor the National Dairy Show, October 14-21. One and one-half fare for the round trip to Milwaukee from Htatlons on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Hallway. Minimum Excursion Fare, J3.00. Dates of Kale, October 14, 15, IB. If. 1!) and 20. iuturn limit, to reach starting point on or before October 2d. Additional Information from nearest Ticket Agent, Chicago, Mllwnukee & St. Paul Hallway, or from Mr. F. A. Miller, General Passenger Agent, Chl-eago. vcrslty today will be one, of th0 hard est that Michigan will have for the eUMn.' Injuries to players, and other disappointments have given Yost a late start, but the football eleven should present u much stronger fight In all games after toilay. Ohio State cotn s to Ann Arbor with the avowed Inten tion or returning with the scalp of th Wolverine., and as the team has coached with this object In view, whil Michigan g coaches have been looking forward to the more Important strug gles of the neuron, should make tin contest a decidedly Interesting one. Same Old "Hurry Up." "Yost Is tho samo 'hurry tip" Instruc tor and he keeps the teams on the Jump continually. He ha n .happy faculty of getting work out of his play crs without much persuasion, and It Is this work that Is bound to bring proper rcpiikg. "Right now Yost asserts he has much stronger defensive team than of fensive, but he hopes to get the vari ou3 formations working smoothly be fore the Syracuse game on Oct. 30. To date he has been hampered in the per feet Ion of an offense by injuries t' some of the backs, which necessitate! playing men who were not familiar with .the plays or signals. This state ment Is borne out by the largo number of missed signal in recent scrimmages. "Yost has some grand lays In which the forward pass argues conspicuous ly but the players do not execute them yet with the nccuracy anil precision nijuired to make them successful. The players show tendencies to fumbl frequently, but Yost, better than any one else, realizes this and Is doing his best to make the men do the right thing. No Desire to Get Back. "As the football season wears on In the west, which does not Seem like a real campaign unless Michigan Is bat tling for gridiron honors with the oth er larger university elevens, the ques tion Is asked: "Will Michigan return to the con ference next year? This is a question which no one here can inswer, ami the general feeling Is that all nre con tent to have Michigan go nlong In the way it has pine., it withdrew from the western conference In 190(5. "There is no desire here among the students or those in charge of the ath letic situation, to rejoin the ranks of those who were directly responsible for Michigan's athletic reputation. The defeat at the hands of the eastern people at football and track must be avenged before contests with other western tenms are played. CURRENT GOSSIP OF THE COPPERS HUGO KELLY IS ILL. Hugo Kelly of Chicago was to meet P.IIly Papke at New Orleans, Oct. 31. ban been taken 111 again and Is unable to train at all for his match, so that he G Family Theatre tSSB Traced by a Kodak Affair of Art. Whole World Kin. ILLUSTRATED UONGSi "I'd Like to Spend a Rainy Day With You," "In the Golden Long Ago," By J. A. Marshall. Program changes Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Matinee 2:30; Evening 7:30 Admission: SSSiVgi ananas Contlnuid from Page 2. weakness believe the stock can well be bought for a turn. ' INSPIRATION I-ittnti work at the Joe Hush slwrt has been started at a depth of jo feet. The company by means of chum drills has already proven the continuity of IH ore b.dy r..r ever 3,000 f. et. This ore Is In a gr i schist formation of the same tharncter as opened up at the Mliuil. This oie body has a known width of froii 300 ti 40fi feet find its depth Is y t to be positively as certained. While the development of the Inspiration ha not been brought to the same point as the Miami yet there I every reason to believe It will be u muc'i greater propositi in ultimately. Miami's property Is less than one-half as large n, that of the Inspiration which covers a tract of a lit tle (!. than MJ0 acres. When Inspiration was organ ized it controlled about 400 acres, the additional terri tory having Klneo been acquired. For the present, the company Is confining its attentions largely to the J..o Hush shaft which Is well over ."o0 feet d"ep. In th earlier days there was considerable tunneling done on the claim which opened up considerable ore. The property Is well equipped with u gasoline hoist capable of .dnkirig to 1.000 feet together with a com pressor and other needed machinery. The director have already discussed. Informally the plans for tho erection of a large concentrator. Work on this plant will probably be begun next year. Inspiration Is now developing iis property with eighty men. LAKE SUPERIOR & ARIZONA The home ofiice of the Lake Superior & Arizona ex pects to hear shortly from Supt. Hoar on late develop ments in the Holt shaft. Sine.- S.ipt. Hoar's visit to Calumet no word from him ha been mado public. When he was here it was stited that a heavy l!ow of water was encountered just when the lode was reached so it was Impossible to learn If It was mineralized. Th" water problem was expected to cause no difllcultv. Supt. Hear was confident that sulphides would, be en countered either at the present depth or at hast with in another 100 feet. MIAMI It Is expected that the railroad line giving Miami transportation facilities will be in operation before th close of another month. This week actual construc tion on the first unit of the 4,ooo-ton concentrator was commenced. This unit will have u capacity of 2.000 tons of ore per day. The ore will be concentrated six teen tons Into one. The Miami has blocked ojit mo'v than 15.000.000 ton of ore whleh will average '2 pc- cent cop f iff. There are four shafts on the Miami property, but lr Is planned to hoist from the big shaft known as No. . No. 1 shaft was sunk to a depth of 700 feet, but will eventually be abandoned. Drifting at No. t shaft I. being done at everv fifty-foot depth. The ore Is being blocked out in fifty-foot cubes. In the aggregate thir teen miles of opening, both vertically and laterally have been made since work was undertaken at tit Miami property. At I he present time Miami 1 employing a force iino nu n, but this will be increased rapidly from now on as tho force working on the concentrator Is aug mented. The company Is amply financed for nil nooU until Kuch .1 time as Its in a producing stage. The maiiag'. merit Is epiiie confident of Its ability to get copper In New York at nine cents per pound. ' It w.ll be at least eighteen months yet before the lonip.nv will be In a self-supporting position. CALUMET & ARIZONA It was reported this week that Calumet Sr Arizona had acquired control of Sh.ittttck by the puroha.-o if controlling Interest at ?35 per share. While such a Is out of It now. The doctor says lie la in bad shape ami must give atten tion to himself. The club is trying to get Sailor Hurke. Willie Lewis, Kddie Mcdoorty or some crack middleweight to meet Papke on that date. Calumet Theatre Thursday October 21 H. H. FR71ZEE, Inc. PRESENTS THE TUAEFUL MUSIC TIL, COMEDY TMe Girl Question DIG CAST OF PRINCIPALS! nanny snonr and ullitix logtix W. H. THOMPSON, LOUISE AUBER, ALEC FRANCIS, JOHN FOX, LOUIS PHILLBROOK, SAM ROSE, JOE EVANS. ., . , . J G. WILLIAMSON. '.'! And Challenge Beauty Chorus. .The Prettiest and Merriest enonus nvnn nssnMBLED MARVELOUS AND EXQUISITE EFFECTS. Book and Music by HOUGH, ADAMS & HOWARD, Authors of "The Time, the Place and the Girl," "A Stubborn Cinder- alia, etc. PRICES: Parquet and first two rows of Circle $1.53 Balance of Parquet Circle 1X0 First two rows of Balcony 1X0 Balance of Balcony .75 Balcony Circle ' " .DO Gallery ."..!. ."'.'...!.!. i Box seats 1.50 Seat sale at Foster'a News Stand, Tuesday at 8 a. m. BIJOU FAMILY THEATRE ANOTHER BILL BILL La Auto Girl The Marred Downes Sisters 5 and 7 years old Known as the Child wonders in Song, Dance and Comic Recitations Charley Varley The Man of Many Faces and Characters New Pictures Last Days of Pompd Love Wins Kindheartcd Man Grotesque Faces Matinee Daily at 2:30. , Admission 10-15c Evening? at 7:30 and 0. Admission 15-25o Children's Matinee Sat urday 5 cents Under personal direction of LEE LASSNER, Sole Mgr. I 1 ftep would b a K''d ino fur both i-MripanlcH, H'fr--tary mijd:'ll of tho lt!uni t & Arizona, tat. d th.it tht nr was nothing to th- report. ShattiK k has op. n.- l up homo (-xoi'llt fit on- on It pi'"(( rty, which could economically handh d by thn t & A. Should th" (!. & A. not cxp'-nd any jrc-at amount in tin- aojul-dtlon : n w proper! I. h or laakc paymeiitM r those n nv und r option lx Tore thn lir.-t of the coming year tht i. I ;. i doubt but that an lm-n-uso In tho dividi u.J ratu aouI I bo con.sidi r el. ARIZONA & MICHICAN The homo ollic- .,f ih.- Arizona ti .Michigan is in r -colpt nf tho foltowin- Information ii lato dov-opm.-iit at iho property: Development work ut the Arizona & Michigan mine Is proKrcfHlntf s-t.adily under tho direction of Super intendent N. A. Nt Ihoii with a force of about twenty men. On tho .'00 level of the Telfair shaft the north cross cut Is out 111 f... t and at tint distance from the hhaTt it is In hard dlorltc containing stringers of mineral, chietly manganese. The,, nil infers are frc.pient and of ( onslib rablo size. They run at riht unnb-s. to the crosscut and parallel to tho I ! t vein which cuts tie country at and wc.t about 1" feet from tho c nd of tho north crosscut. Tho crosscut south from tho Telfair shaft nn tin- .'.On level Is now 175 foot Ions'. The ground In whi.-h this crosscut Is beins obtain, d mostly iliorite, hut it is much soft r than that encountered in the north crosscut. Tho material being taken out there in development work H heavily mineralised. The Telfair vein has not boon Intersected yet by the crosscut and tho general belief Is that tho vein dip below tho level n which this crosscut Is being run. With tho high decree of mln eral'zatlon prevailing In tho ground nw being explored at tho Arizona -Michigan mine, tho Indications seem very faVorablo for ultimate mce. ss In opening up copper-hearing ledges. LAKE As tho Tnko lodo is opened in the crosscut at the fifth level nt a depth or 7T.0 feet the Lake Copner com pany Is being rewarded by finding tho lode grow rl !ier. The shaft Is being sunk with all pos.-.ih1e speed tn the sixtll level. GREENE CANANEA The noui.sit!on of pome of tho rhe'ps-Dodo prop ortion in the (!ananea t-amp by (ireetio Cananea is gen erally held responsible for the strength of this K-.uo. There Is no doubt but tho buying of (Jreeno Cannnoa of late has been of high class, likewise persistent. The selling has come from tired. lwMors. It looks as thoicc'i those who were behind tho prose-nt buying inovonteiil would bo able to further advance tho price of the pta-k. The new prope rties acquired are very valuable and h;vo bad considerable attention In their development '' l'11' former owners. ATLANTIC Tho advaiu-e In Atlantic this week was due to iho r.::)ne buying tint put Isb Koyale tip. No now develop ments at the Atlantic have resulted of late. The pay ments of tho $2 assessment li.'is boon . quite- gem r .'. Till', has provided the company with funds to liquid.. t! i!.:t hub btedne ss. which amounted to quite a sum. At l.iYitlc Is deriving some Income from its statnpmill ar.d railroad operations. coprcn RANGE Tho announcement that the Copper 1'ango railral would shortly pay its Initial dividend was regarded as e xcellent news for the Copper Range C insolid.ile ' i h;:r. lc'lder.--, the latter compnny owning all tho rad ro.td stock. Tho railroad earnings will help coasidef nbly In maintaining the present dividend disbursement In the event thft copper seeks a lower llsure. Good putation Ok issomethingtobankon when buying cloth ing. The fact that PROGRESSIVE clothes are worn and prais ed by well dressed men from one end of the country to the other, shows that there is something back of our claims for them. This year's models for men and young men possess unusual merit snappy in design wide in range of fabrics most carefully tail ored. Every PROGRESS IVE suit and overcoat is of the most approved style built on vigorous, manly lines. No matter whether you are short or tall, stout or slim, young or old, business man, professional man, sala ried employe orworkingman PROGRESSIVE clothes will please and satisfy you. Fit, style, materials, tailor ingand prices areabsolutely right. You are protected by the makers' guarantee. Sold by leading clothiers everywhere. Made by Friend & Marks-Miiwankco i 4 rmm I'r M'GOORTY TO ENGLAND. Neetiah. Vi-., Oct. 16. J-Mdie- Mc doorty, the ml.lilleM'lht boxer whose match Willi Muko Kelly of New i leans has In i n calbd off, Is in . Yoik where, ho Nil's for Hol land today. Mcdoorty e xpects to gi t a match with Tom Thm;is th" Ki. liKll IliiddleW.U'bt ('lampion. MAY UNLEASH THE GOPHERS. Dr. Williams of Minnesota May Let Men SHow Form Today. Mi.-.'i. apolis, Oe t. It'.. If bis me n are hard, in d pndiably Dr. Williams of th dophers jnay uioarth some fooibail against Nebraska today. As yet t'e Minnesota team has not tried much open work, because it bis not been needed, the team winning by straU'bt football. I!ut in practice a variety of new and bewildering formations have be.-ti gone through and Williams Is drilling the men in these plays now. Williams wants to bo prepared In case the new stylo of football Is need ed against the eornhuskers. The do ph rs have se.-veral ad' ijts in the band ling of the forward pass. rick. rin is still In the hospital and will be un able to play. Paul Young the vet. inu tackle, Is ..ut and may go In the line. McCree, rU',lit tackle, has been tried out In the ),;uk field and If he e-.eTtin-iM'S to display e,.,.d form may be tri-.l in I'ie k. rins's place. Fubcr.be for Th Mown. Subscribe for the Ncy.. LEGAL NOTICES. Oi l. , 1), 16, 23. STATC OK" MICHIGAN", Thn I'robato Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said court, b Id nt the probate office, n the Village of Hoiuht in in said county, on the S'U'.i liny of September, , ). IfiftH. l'resent: Hon. d.o. C. Judge of I'robato. In the matter of the estate K. Sorensoii, ibeeased. I'Mward Sorenson Slaving said court hi. petition praying that the administration of said estate- bo granted to himself or to sme other suiable person. It Is ordered that t) IJentby, of Anna filci In rtli iley of October, A. I)., 1000, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, bo and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition. It Is further ordered, that public notice" thereof bo given by publication of a copy of this onbr, onct each week, for threv successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, in the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. Gi:o. C. IIKNTLEY, fSeal) Judge of Probate A true mpy. Go. !". Freeman. Ileglster of Probate. O'Prion & T.edendro. Attorneys for Petitioner. Pushiess Address; T.aurium. Michigan. Si pt. '::; c ct. a. 11. STAT I : (!' MICH US AN, Th" I 'rob:,. Court for tie) Cour.ty of 1 1 on;; h tor. At a nesflon of aid court bold nt the J'robato oitice In tie: Village of Houh- t m In ;.'.H county on tic j.!r,l d-iy of September, A. I., i:oa. Prese nt: Hon. dm. O. Hentl. y, Judge of 1'robate. In the matter of the est a to of Jo seph ViilllUir, i lee' UHll. Mil h. od Klolcjche-r adminl.-trator 't s.ild e-tato having fil- I Tn K'id court bis petit!, fi ptajlng that tie- ti'ne f r the j. res. ntati ,n-..f ilai-us ,ma!n-t h' lM estate be limited i(rid that a time and r.hice appointed to rec ive, examine .'in 1 i I J 1 1 -1 all claims and ib la in. Is again -t said .!( as."' liV and lief,. re . i i . court. It is onlet d, That four months from this date- bo allow, d for on .liters ' presetit claims agabiht raid e-tate; It Is further i.tder. d that the I'Tth lay of January, Ulo, at t' ti o"c..ck in the fon riwon. at said probate off! -c, be and Is b. r -by Mpi.oint.-d for tho ex amination and ndj.istiii' nt of all claims and demands ;i g.iinst sail --.x -.-d, ar.. that iiotici.th-.reof begiveii by pu' litatlon mice each wo k, for three sue-ces-ivo u. iks I-reviotls to said d ly -if bearing, in the c.-thim. t N. ws. a nf s-l-'iper printed and circul.it d in said county. (Seal). GKO. C. P.KNTMOY, Judge of Probate. A true copy. d'-o. 1 . I'reema n, II' st.-r of Prnb.ite. NeiTl.'i: cip FAI.i: (,' I 'HAL PS TATR. N'TICi: I.S 1 1 1 :itl : 1 : V dlVKN, That by virtue of a writ ..f Fieri Pa. las is sued out of the circuit court for the county of Houghton in favor or P.l wud M. I.iebbiri against the goods, chattels and real estate of Hans d. Hansen and Charles d. Hansen, eo rnttners or either of them in said county, to ti. e directed and l"livored. I did. on th- nth d.ty of July. A. I . P.oa, levy upon and take all the rihf. title and infr'st of the said Hans d. Hans. ri in and te the following d -se ribed land, to-wlt: I.ots tldrty-slx (.6) and thirty-seven (.17) in block thirteen (IP,) in the Sec ond addition to the Village of Cabi net, fnow called I.auriurn) according to tho ri.onle.l plat of said Second addition, now on tile in the office of the IP-gist, r of Deeds for said Hough ton county, t'.tc. tier with tl: appur tenances tin reunto belonging, nil of which I shall expose for fab- nt public: vendue to the highest bidder at the front door of the courthouse nt Houghton, in said county, that being tho place of holding the Circuit court within tetid county, on the 11th day of November, A. P. W., at 11 o'clock in the f irenoon. Pa ted Sept. 21. 1000. WILLIAM H. VIVIAN. Jr. First Deputy Sheriff. Countersign d : dALP. HAITI! & M'CORMACK. Attorn.ys for Plaintiff. P.oslni ss address: Calumet, Mich. Sept. 'jr.; Oct 2-9-1G-23-30; Nov. 6. Comfort, a Perfect Fit and Lon& Service Jl are three of the strongest points in a Hunting Boot Seldom you find the three combined in one boot, but you will find by carefully examin ing our new PUTMAN, as well as many other makes we have in stock. They are made of the very best material and designed especially to be water-proof for fall weather hunting. c CLOTHES V 1 Prices from up to I'ti t-l per pair Vertin CALUMET i A i )