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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1909.
THE CALUMET NEWS i SPORTING j SPRING TRAINING SCHEDULE OE THE TIGERS COMPLETED Detroit Caravan Will Coma North In Two Divisions, Traversing Different Lines of March on Way Navin Plans to Have Doth Near Togethor for Season's Opening April 14. Confirming tin general bleu that ti.-i.s prevailed all fall regarding Ills intention of keeping the Detroit Tigers iiiul Twenties busy (luring the com U spring. President Frank J. Navin Is out with the announcement of the training trip schedule lor tin tram. It embodies two large. man-size trips and Is ho arranged that tin? di vided squads will cover widely differ ent beats, on tin- way north from the training camp at San Antonio. Mr. Navin lias not decided ns yet which team, If either, will lie the one to include the regular Tiger play ( rs. In nil jnobabllity some endeavor will lie made to split the teams as evenly as possible in thin respect, Rouble Jennings being tin.' doctor, as ji matter of course. The dats for the two teams tire ro fpeetivcly as follows: WKSTKKN TRIP. April 2 Fort Worth, Tex. April 3 -Oklahoma City, Okla. April 4 Knhl, Okla. April ti-Topcka, Kas. April 0 and 7 Kansas City, Mo. April 8-Sprliiglleld. 111. April 9, 10 and 11 Indianapolis, I. id. April 12-Dayton, O. CKNTRA L TRIP. April 2 and 3 Memphis, Trim. April 4 Nashville, Tenn. April t nnil ( Louisville, Ky. April 7 and 8 Kvansville, Ind. April 9 and lo Terre Haute, Ind. April 11 and 12 Cincinnati. Ohio. nn the trip the Tigers will meet Die representatives of the Texas, West ern association, American association. Southern. Three I., Central and Na tional leaffiies. A unhiiip portion of the central trip Is the fact that tin team will probably pass through New Orleans. This Is the first time in re cent years that u Detroit dub has not visited the metropolis of the south. No game has been scheduled there, however. President Navin has figured that the American lenguo season of 1910 will open Thursday, April 14r and has nr ranged his plans accordingly, both teams being well in the north at that time and within reachlmr distance of whatever city to which Detroit will be assigned ns the opening nttrnetioii. The Tigers are several years overdue nt St. Louis but It Is already hinted that they will be the attraction to open Comiskcy's new baseball park in Chicago. It may be regarded as virtually assured that the team will not open at home. Though the exact date on which the team will leave for San Antonio has not yet been announced, President Navin thinks It will bo about March 1, with n possiblo chance that Jen nings nnd a number of the young pitchers will bo sent on n week or so ahead. The training schedule will, as usual. Include n bunch of games between the Tigers and San Antonio, and an effort Is in progress to arrange a series with the New York Giants and the St. Louis Cardinals. MEN WHO BEAT MICHIGAN. Notre Dame's Players Hail From Ail Parts of Country. Notre Dame, Ind,, Xov. 215. The men that compose the fust team that Is representing Notre Dame this sea 'on. are drawn from ull parts of the union. Mathews, thu shir ..n,i u i.r. often erroneously called nn Indian. halls from Uurbank, Alaska, while Col lins and Maloney, who nro also ends, claim Massachusetts ns their native state, the former coming from Knt Roston. while the latter Is a product of I'ppcr Falls. Portland, Ore., elalnu DiniMiIck and Dolan, tackle and guard, respectively and Phllbrook, guard, is a native of Los Angeles, Cal. Capt. I-Td wards, tueklo, Is a Hoosler fro'ii South I lend, while Kelloy, nnother line man, received his early education at Roxbury, Mass. Lynch, center, Is proud to admit that his home Is 'n Toledo, Ohio. In the backfleld the varsity has Hamilton of Columbus, Ryan of Cleveland and Miller of De fiance, nil Ohio lads. Vaughan Is tho well known Crnwfordsvlllo high school athlete, while Schmltt, halfback, is from St. Pa at, Minn. Dwyer is tho New York representative on the team. hailing from Syracuse. M'GOORTY IN NO HURRY. Eddie MefSoorty does not seem to be In a great hurry to get to business, despite his sweeping challenge to all England, says a London cable. It Is extremely Improbable that the Ameri can will fix up with Tom Thomas for some time to come, but there are plenty more middlewelghts here, many of them simply bursting to fight. OPEN FIGHT BIDS DEC. 1. New York. Nov. 23. Rids for the Jeffries-Johnson fight are to be open ed in Madison Square garden on the night of Dec. 1. Jeffries, with Frank dotch and Sam Rcrger, will be giving an exhibition thero that night, and It Is figured tho attraction of opening the bids will materially Increase ,the attendance. Johnson has agreed to the proposition. THE TIE THAT BINDS. "Do you expect a Christmas gift from him?" "No, he's only a platontc friend." GRAND . J Full! Theatre L Men Pictures EVERY DAY ALSO Latest Illustrated Songs Matinee 2:30; Evening 7:30 I Admissions ittn st BEELL MAY MEET ZBYSZKO. Famous Pole Likely to be Matched With Former Champion. Zhys.ko, the famous Polish wrest ler, made such a hit in his mil.' with llelnrlch Weber at Milwauk. Monday nilit that there Is a strong possibility of his being matched wi'h Fred P.eell, former world's champion bv the A. A. A. Peell has been camping on the trail of the gigantic European ever since he won the handicap match at a locil theater thre,. or four weeks ago. The MarshlleM wonder challenged Zhys ko at the time and offered to bet 12.000 of his own money that he would. fli the foreigner. lieell Is almost 100 pounds lighter than Zbyszko, but as a master of tin fine points of the game be has no equal. This was dem onstrated when ho won the world' championship by throwing Frank (iotch In straight falls In New Orleans two years ago. Zhyszko Is perfectly willing to inert peell. He has a grudge against the little fellow, for Fred has been follow Ing him around the country, picking up $100 almost every week by sticking fifteen minnt"S with the polish champ In case the p.eell match cannot b-- arranged, the duh may sign up Zbysz- ko nnd Doc Roller, who recently gave Frank notch a hard fight for the tit!- THE MARTYRDOM OF THE MINE it ba in : "I nt fo the second time to git nie dat hnn'ken hit f!" Still tlif fair one parried the Issue with talk of Casslo. and the lordly Othello now thoroughly incensed, bel lowed : "Woman, fo do third and las' time I till you to git me dat handkerchief! Away!" And ns he was Just about to open his mouth again, a big. Ieather-lung d a Iron In the top nailery shouted down at him: "Fo do Eawd's sake, n!ggT, why oiin' yo' wipe yo' nose on yo' sleeve n" let do show go on!" Judge's El-rary. Wife and child of the tragedy. of Peter Deane, one of the victoms of the Cherry mino horron and an artist's conception Cherry, III., Nov. "I. The photograph and ski t tells tin story of the Cherry mine horror. j-triking mother ami child are lull two of the dreadful ones left homeless and alone by the explosion which is believed to nae claimed the lives of 300 men. This at 13.- pounds. The Chicago boy will then get several other matches while in England, and pick up some .r Un easy money that is said to be Hying around old London town. COULON IS SURPRISED. DREAMS HE WHIPS JOHNSON. If Jiumes J. Jeff lies defeats Jack Johnson he will bo a firm believer In dreams. Sinee the articles for their bout were signed In New York Jeff has dreamed twice that ho whipped the negro. Jeff Is confident that they will come true. On tho night the ar ticles were signed he dreamed ho bent Jack in four rounds. Ho confided It to his wife nnd manager and describ ed how he had landed. His second dream occurred nt Akron Saturday night, and It was practically the same as the first. Jeffries nnd notch ap peared at Akron, O.. last night befon a large crowd. Jeffries' parents, who hnvi. imin vlsltlno- In Ohio, saw him ppar. Johnny Coiiloii of Chicago, tho la:, pound champion of America and can didate for the lir.-pouiitl honors, was given n beating Monday ninht by Patsy Prannigan. Although no decis ion was rendered, tho popular verdict was against the Windy City boxer. Coulon had n narrow escape from being knocked out in the third round. He had had the better of tho first two sessions and nt the opening of the third stepped Into a bard wall'p which dazed him and sent him nearly across the ring. SULLIVAN WILL NOT QUIT. Chicago, Nov. 21. Hilly Sullivan former manager of tho Whlto Sox, Is back In town. He arrived yesterday from Portland, Ore., around which city tho catcher has nart of his savings In vested. Sullivan said he was ready to play with tho White Sox again were he offered a contract, nnd ho was will ing to glvo Manager Duffy nil the bnln lir. onuld. Ho said that it Was improbable that Fielder Jones would again be seen In a baseball suit. WILL CROSS IN JANUARY. New York, Nov. 24 Packey McFar land, the Chicago lightweight, will sail for England the second week In Jan uary. He has been promised a fight with Freddie Welsh before the Nation al Sporting club. If they meet, the bout probably will be for twenty rounds CALUMET THEATRE One week, commen- O O cing: Monday, Nov. & FRANK E. LONG CO. HEADED PY Frank E. Long AND Nana Sullivan Presenting tho latest up-to-date plays and advanced vaudeville. TO-NIGHT Popular prices, 10c, 20c and 30c. Special children matinee Fri day and Saturday. Heats 10.'. children; 20o adults. Champion Abe Attcll was given the decision over Jimmy Moran, the Brook lyn featherweight, at the conclusion of their eight-round bout Monday night nt the Memphis club. Moran was outclassed in every round, hut took a game beating and apparently was able to continue peveral rounds nt the finish. CYCLONE TO MEET HYLAND. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 21. Ar rangements have been completed here for n ten round battle between "Cy clone Johnny" Thompson of Sycamore, 111., and "Fighting Dick" Hylind of San Francisco before the Empire Ath letic club here on Dec. 13. The fighte r, will weigh In at 13." pounds ringside. to the rnitcd States thus fir this year. Tho list of the dead s- ins to ho a l -clsive answer to the ass rtioii of the exponents of the puiH' that the de velopment of till' open game Would lead to a falalitie.". b ssening of the number f A HERO OF THE TELb'CRAPH KEY. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4 v Thrco years pro Limited dashed thn the bad lands forty Cheyenne, Wyomin; as Iho .ugh the ;Uc inih ,. a rail ( ) eii.ind night, in h wi ;.t of .broke in WHAT THEY ALL SAY. In one day she was told that sin (1) lle.uitifiil hair, (J) Lovely skin. (.'!) A perfect tin ure. (4) Shapely hands. ( Very small feet. However. It Is exnlalned by the that she visited (1) The hairdresser, beauty doctor, modiste, manicurist, shoe store. Chicago Evening Post had fact "What' thin I hear? You say you 1 won't go to bed?" "Papa." replied the jtntf man'a little boy, "if you heard anything like that, 1 have been misquoted." Louisville Courier-Journal. SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT. "I don't see you on the messenger force now, Jimmy," raid the lad with the envelopes In his hand. "No; I've got a good Jot) wltli a dog fancier," n plied Jimmy, as he puffed a cigarette. "Wid u dog fancier? What do you do feed the dawgs?" "Naw! When a lady comes in and buys a pet dog j teach Vr 'ow to whistle." Tlt-P,Its. (2) The (3) The (1) The Co) The KNEW HIS BOOK. "Son!" "Yes, papa. BIJOU THEATRE FOOTBALL KILLS MANY. Twenty-five killed, seventy serious ly Injured and scores of others pain fully hurt has been the cost of football two and came up tlu"i:s!i tlu- bottom of tho baggage cur., In an Instant the train of nine ears was piled thirty feet high, w hile about and l neath the wreckage were more, than one hundred and fifty dead or injured human be ings. A frightful .fleet stum with biting cold was rain.'j. end to this the hurt and dying lay exposed. The locoir.ot Ive was wrecked so tii.it it was impossible to cut loose ;:nd race ahead to the lie;. rest Setllelii. lit with word or the disaster, and it seeim d as if nothing could bo done to save the sufferers except t Hag tho next train. I duo in five hours, when, from under the wreck, on hands and knee Mumps. came nn apparition leaving a red trail behind. It proved to be Frank Shaley. a telegraph lineman who had been pent up the road to locate a wire trou ble nnd who, with his satclnl of In struments strapped across a -.boulder, had been In the baggage car when the crash came. Clutching the precious satchel, be dragged himself forward, but his legs had been smashed off nt the knees and he was bleeding fright fully. "The telegraph! Cut in on the telegraph!" he shouted, but not a man Hi. .in In.eu- which olio of tho SColV of wires to cut. and Shaley himself could not tell without testing. They threw rooe across an arm of one of the. poles passed a sling about the dying man and hoisted him up. Then he cut and grounded tho wire and connected his ti I. .Tiioli kov. Tcnderlv propped by .ovinia hands, lie beitan to send the call for the Cheyenne operator, mean while ga.ing stoically at the pool W hero his life blood ebbed away. At that un usual hour of the night he found tron bio in raising his man, and he pound cd his key for teiiv minutes before he I nt an answering click. "Number 17 terribly wrecked forty miles west of Cheyenne. Send hospi tal train." be said. Then they pillow ed bis head on the satchel nnd nn arm ful of waste, while forty miles away a whistle shrieked through the night and l.romrht encineer. fireman, and two hundred 'Japanese tumbled on to the wrecking train, followed by the hospi tal train witli doctors and nurses. Put Shaley was gone when they came. Not a lino in the ashen face betrayed the Inhuman torture he must have un dergone nor the strain of turning his mind from his own agony and Impend ing doom to the little brass Instrument with which ho bad saved scores of lives. A. W. Polker, In Everybody's j Magazine. Curran and De Grey NOVELTY COMEDY SKETCH. THE EASIEST WAY. A company of scWt colored nrtlsts were rendering a version of "Othello." The scene between the Moor and Des demona had been reached, wherein Othello demands the handkerchief which he has given his wife ns a wedding amulet. "Desdemona," he cried, "fetch me dat han'kerchlef!" P.ut tho doomed lady only babbled of Casslo, nnd her liege, lord shouted SjJra. tjW' '"BECAME OF THAT rt lC" cJft:0 yi FURRU0 WCHA0?; L -' - - Herman K. Seitz DIALECT MONOLOGIST. The Two La Fayettes In "MY COUSIN SAL IS A CIR CUS GAL. New Pictures Superior Trust Company Hancock, Mich. Capital $1 50,000 Thlr company Is under Um euper vision of the state hank ing department and Is author ized by law to act as executor, administrator, g-uardlan, aa r.ljnee, receiver or truate. C A. Wright, President, t ? Jacob Baer, Treasurer, M. C Getchell, Sec'etary. A CASE IS NEVER JUDGED UNTIL IT'S TRIED Try a case of our bottled beer. Tou're tho Judse. Quality and purity are two factors of first Importance In every thing that you drink. You get the highest quality and absolute purity whenever you drink our beer. It Is rich, finely flavored nnd healthful, nnd the best Summer beverage that Is made. CALUMET BREWING GO, FwM 874. David Armit AGENT MatHew kultr, r. Lf rtr AreHxnt mil Plwtx Ql INSURANCE Richetta Blk Laurinm Phone 266 FOR SALE 8-room house and bath, atone foundation, aituated 310 Osceola st., at a bargain if taken at once. LEGAL MSTICEft. TAMA HACK MIXING COMPANY. SPKCIAL KTOCKHOLDKIiS' MK10T ING. Notice is hereby given that a 1speci.1l meeting of the stockholders of tho Tamarack Mining company will Id held at the office of the company, 12 Ah burton Place, lioston, Massachu setts, en Tuesday the nth day of De cember. P.Mi'.t at 11 o'clock in the fore m .on, for the fol'ovvliig purposes, nanit ly : I. To consider and vote upon thj question of nuthori.ing the alienation ami conveyance of certain lands and real estate of this company situated in the county of Keweenaw, Michigan, known as tho "Cliff Lands." II. To consider nnj vote upon th. question of taking for said lands stock In a new corporation to be organize'! for minim? on said lands, and to con sider and vote upon the question whether, and on what terms, the stock so taken shall be offered to the stock holders of the Tamarack Mining com pany. III. To consider and vote upon th? question of amending the by-laws o" sahl company so as to change the tLmo of holding the annual meeting of said company to tho first Wednesday in April in each year msteafl of the first Thursday in May ns now fixed. IV. To transact such other or fur ther business ns may lawfully come before said meeting. Dated nt Iloston, Mass., November 10, moo. Py order of the directors. GKORGI2 A. FLAGfl, Sec'y. 12-11-09. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& Hecla Mn'gCo. Who wish to sell their houses or buy houses on Co. Land; -who hove rooms to rent or who wish to rent rooTts. are invited to advertise in tlo rol4m without any expense . ....... rOR 8ALC. 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