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MONDAY, DECEMBER , 1909.
THE CALUMET NEWC SPORTING IfllTO. EASY WINNER OYER SCIII'lTZ. MAKES HIT IIESE Clever Finnish Wrestler Has Trouble in Disposing of Butte Man. No TO MEET JACK ROWETT NEXT Saturday night's wrestling show ut the Calumet theuter, Ftngcd by South Range and fa lumot people, wnn ono of the most satisfying athletic exhibitions, that has boon put on hero in several years and the Finnish uthlctcs of South Range stepped Into a loading place among the exponents of the wrestling game In thin part of the country. Tho main event of the even ing was the cntch-aa-cutch-can wrestl ing bout between Carl-Lehto of South Range and "(Icrmany" (Jus Schultz, of Hutte, Mont., both heavyweights. Lehto had little difficulty In disposing if ills husky opponent, getting two t-trnlght full In 2 minutes, 30 seconds, and two minutes, 15. seconds, respec tively. Lehto Is a wonder at this stylo of wrestling. Ho Intentionally allowed Schultz his holds before both falls. Schultz tried n half-Nelson and Ihto turned him over, pinning the ltutto man almost without attempting to break tho hold. Schultz Is short, but chunky, "being built like a barrel and has a prodigious amount of strength, but Lehto Is away nnd above him In every department of tho game. Lehto pot his llrst fall with a half-Nelson hold. (He Olson refereed satisfactorily to all. An unusually large crowd of wrestling fans from all parts of the county witnessed the exhibition. Lehto to Meet Rowett. Lento proposes to meet all wrestlers who are anxious for a try with him and Saturday night ho accepted a challenge made on behalf of John Rowett, the champion Cornish heavy, made by William Wills of Calumet. Peterson of Hancock also asked for a match and had tho money at the ringside and ready to post. In view of tho fact that Lehto agreed to take on Rowett, how ever, tho money has not been hung up us yet, but Peterson will be accom modated with a match at a later date. Lehto nnd Rowett will probably wrestle (Sraeeo-Roman or mixed styles, including Cornish. Although not ho stocky, Lehto Is n bettor built and belter developed man than Rowett, having massive shoulders and Immense arms, with small and tapering waist. Cornish Exhibition. 1 Clarke of Trhnountaln and .Alfred lavey of Calumet furnished the Cor nish wrestling lovers with a surpris ingly good exhibition of this style of wrestling. The two wero about even ly matched, although their wrestling differed greatly. They went eighteen hitches without a fall for either man and tho exhibition was declared a draw by Rcforco Olson. These two men are to bo matched again. Graeco-Roman Work. Oronlund and Wiirtanen, two clover Finnish wrestlers, gave some very elassy exhibitions of (Iraoco-Roman and cateh-as-eatch-enn work. Roth proved themselves adepts at tho art. Gronlund, especially, Is a very Blippery man and has great strength nnd Wiir tanen la about a match for him. The fans are now clamoring for more wrestling shows in which Lehto and his two companions, (Jronlund and Wiirtanen, can take part x IS AFTER AL GAUFMAN. Sam Langford Would Like to Meet the Big Californian. New York, Dec. 6. Sam Lnngford's manager now says that as Jack John son cannot make a match, Al Kaufman tan have a fight of 20 or 4." rounds for $10,000 a side If ho will cover Lang 'ford's forfeit In Rostotv. Kaufman can got backing for this amount for a 1'0-round fight with Jeffries, but not for a battle with Ijingford. Kaufman, however, says he will make n match with tho Roston negro, and also de dares that he can boat him easily. If Kaufman nnd Langford arc on tho level they can settle their differ ences In 12-round bout before the Armory club of Roston, which Is ready to stake them nt any time. Jim Har ry, by tho way, Is anxious to fight Kaufman or Jack O'Rrlen nnd has J.'iOO up to go as a side bet. Rarry does not Include Langford In his challenge. QRANp i auiiij i nca u e TWO FEATURE FILMS, More Precious Than Gold (A Great Western Picture.) My Wife's Gone to the Country Which is Which The New Cop SONGSt Tom Boy and Yip-I-Yadie-I-Aye, By Christ Ilayncs (Phenomenal Rnrltone.) Matinee 2:30; Evening 7:30 Mine Time. Admissions fflrsen10scc however, for the excellent ronton Unit last year Hum knocked him out twkft In Jig time. TED SULLIVAN'S NEW STUNT. Veteran Baseball Man to Open a Play ers' Bureau in Chicago. Ted Sullivun, the veteran baseball man, is to open a bureau for the sup ply and demand of players. The Insti tution, to bo established with head quarters In tho Corn Exchange Rank building, Chicago, Is to be styled the American Jiaschall agency, and spe cial attention will be given the, minor leagues. Rail tossers reared In the smaller circuits will be helped ulong. Sullivan's ngency will cater particular ly to tho finding of Jobs for the good players who nre running at large. According to plans mapped out by Mr. Sullivan, vacancies are bound to arise among all ball clubs during tho hoat of the pennant rneca. Players become III, many are released outright, others skip their contracts and In various other ways tho managers of the vari ous teams frequently find themselves up an alley for material. Sullivan's agen cy will do the work. CALENDAR OF SPORTS FOR THE WEEK. Monday. Start of the six-day bicycle race In Madison Square Garden, Now York. Opening of tho International horse show In Chicago. Johnny Coulon vs. Patsy Rrannlgan, 10 rounds, at Greensburg, I'a. Annual meeting of tho Western Skating Association nt Chicago. Annual meet of tho Georgia Field Trials association at Waynesboro, Ga. Tuesday. International conference of automo bile clubs meet In Rarls. Meeting of board of appeals of Am erican Trotting association In Chi cago. Ray Rronson vs. Tommy Murphy, 20 rounds, at New Orleans. Clarence Forbes vs. Hilly Johnson, 12 rounds, at Saginaw, Mich. Wednesday. Dual swimming meet of Yale and Princeton at New Haven. Thursday. Annual benc h show of Toy Spaniel Club of American at Waldorf-Astoria, New York. Saturday. Finish of the six-day blcyclo raco In Madison Square Garden, Now York. Joe Joannette vs. Sam McVey, 30 rounds, In Paris. CAMP ON NOTRE DAME. Famous Football Expert Gives Michi gan the Western Championship. Walter Camp pays little attention to the claims of Notre Dame for pre mier honors In the west. Here is the way tho eastern critic sizes up the situation: "Michigan's showing Is superior to that of Notre Dame, taking the whole season and the schedules of both Into consideration. Michigan can absolute ly claim tho conference championship because Minnesota, without the shade of a doubt, won that by defeating Chi cago and Wisconsin most decisive ly, only to be overwhelmed in turn by Yost's men. "It Is most doubtful thnt Notre Dame could have beaten Minnesota at any stage of tho Beason. At any rate, It didn't. "I had not seen Michigan play this year before the Notre Dame game, but I told Mr. Yost that very evidently his team was suffering a bad slump and would recover. Ills team didn't look so good In that game, of course, but any team that is losing takes on the appearance of a set of dubs. "I would have liked to havo at tended the Minnesota game very much, as I believe it was'" ono of the grandest games of the year. I was much Impressed with the spirit of the Michigan men during tho season, and must say that Michigan will bear watching when It meets tho east next year, if It has a truly representative team. "It was most remarkable for Yost's men to suffer a defeat and then rise from Its ashes and beat Penn and Minnesota. That resembles Yale pluck and bulldog courage." CREW AND PASSENGERS LOST. London, Doc. 4. All hope of tho survival of tho passengers and crow, thirty-three In all, of tho Isle of Man steamer Elian Vnnnln, was abandoned today when portions of the stoamer'.'t upper works and small boats picked up on tho banks of the Mersey were definitely identified an belonging to the missing vessel. Nothing has been beard of the vessel since she left Ram say. Isle pf Man, Thursday night. MR. AND MRS. CARL GERLACH. Comedy sketch artists In sketch en titled "A MERRY WIDOW." JACK PHILLIPS. Mortotogist. DANCING MARTINS. The boys thatsing and dance. NEW PICTURES FEATURE FILM. In the Valley of the Shenandoah. MATINEE MONDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT 2:30, (mine time.) ADMISSION 15c. EVENING AT 7i30 AND 9. AD- MISSION 15c. CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATUR DAY 5 CENTS. BIJOU FAMILY THEATRE OFFICIAL BATTING RECORD OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE The Figures, Announced Today, Show Cobb Best Individ ual Hitter. DETROIT CHAMPIONS ON TOP Chlcugo, Dec. 6. Tyrus Cobb, oi Detroit, was uguin the best batter in tho American league according to of licial averages Issued by President R. R. Johnson here today. The hard hit ting outfielder of the champions bat ted better than ever und ended the season with the phenomenal llgnrcs of .377. Cobb participated In loO games and made 216 hits. Not only was Cobb the leading hitter, but he outclassed all the others in base stealing with a total of 76 thefts to his credit. Cobb and Trls Speaker, of Roston, tied for the honors in hitting home runs, with seven each. Eddie Collins, of Philadelphia, fin ished second both in hitting and base stealing. Collins played in 153 games and made 108 hits for a mark of .340 und stole 67 bases. Lapp, of Philadel phia, and Gardner, of New York, fin ished third and fourth in the batting but played in only 21 and 2 games respectively. Napoleon Lajole, of Cleveland, land ed fifth with .324 for 128 games and Sam Crawford, of Detroit, was next with .314 for 156 games. Lord and Speaker, of Roston, and Raker, of Phil adelphia, were the others to bat more than .300 making a total of nine above that coveted mark. Owen Rush, of Detroit, was the best sacrifice hitter, with 52 successful ef forts to his credit. Tho Detroit champions led In team hitting with the excellent average of .267 and Roston was second with .200. COY TO MINNESOTA? According to a Minneapolis report Ted Coy, captain of the Yale football eleven this season, may coach the M'nnesota eleven next fall, as it Is considered probable that Dr. Williams will bo ousted when tho board of ath letic control meets on Saturday. Tom Shevlln, also of Yale, nnd Roper, a couple of years ago a gridiron star at Princeton, also are being considered but It generally Is believed that Coy will be tho next Gopher coach. The board of control met In Minneapolis yesterday to consider tho matter of a coach, but postponed definite action until Saturday. There is much oppo sition to the retention of Dr. Wil liams among . Minnesota nlumnl In Minneapolis and St. Paul, and a num ber of nlumnl have endeavored to secure Installation of tho graduate coaching system for the Gopher Insti tution. Tho board does not look with n groat deal of favor on this plan, but at least five of the ten members are advocating openly a change In the coach. Williams' contract expires Jan uary 1. This means that he will bo either retained or released when tho case comes up. A report from the manager of athletics nt the meeting showed the football season had netted Minnesota a profit of $3.1,000 in round numbers. There are many, however, who have great faith In Williams nnd say ho has made football In Minne sota. JEFF NEEDS THE MONEY. Big Pugilist Plans on Going Into Bus iness In California. Jim Jeffries and Sam. Rerger nre figuring on olng Into business In Cal ifornia In ease their plans for the Jeffries-Johnson fight do not go amiss, Jim thinks ho vill win sure, and ex pects to clean up something like $70,000, if not more. If things break his way. Jim is looked upon by many as a very rich man, but he Is not. He Is comfortably Used, but that's about all. There are a dozen or more light ers who havo bigger bank accounts nnd more property than Jeff. Who tho richest fighter of them all really is It would be a hard matter to say. Perhaps It Is Jack Munro, who Is mayor of, a Canadian town and a large holder of valuable Cobalt mining pro perty. Tom Shnrkey nnd Philadelphia Jack O'Rrlen are counted nmong tho top-notch financiers, with Rattling Nelson close up, although they do say that the Rattler has of late purchased several very choice gold bricks. Tommy Ryan Is another boxer who lias a large chunk of the world's paper. Tho wealth of Tommy Rurns may never bo. come known to the general public, but those who are close to him say that he Is worth $100,000 or more, and that's a whole lot when you come to think of it. Jack Johnson, they say, has not more than $25,000 In cash nnd real estate, all told. While a good many of tho boxers arc well fixed It Is almost a pity to tell of those who have nothing. Terry McOovern is "busted." so It Young GrlfTo, and,' as Is well known George Dixon had not a dollar to Ids name, when ho died. Jack Me Aulirfe does not wnnt for anything nor Is Kid Lavlgne hard up, but Joe Oana nnd Frank Erne nre not In a position to give money to the poor. poor old peter Mayer, who fought ft number of championship battles, has little to show for his efforts, yet he Is almost as well off as Rob Fltfslm mons, by many considered the groat em of all fighters. Rob came to this country from Australia without funds nnd has gone back In pretty nenr tho same fix. Gus Ruhlln was taught how to save his oln by that astute mana ger Rllly Madden, and hns a. snug sum planted, but James J. Corbet t, tho most popular man of them all, hns nothing to show for his many fights except what he an earn through his ability flN a star on the stage. No one knows whether John L. Sullivan Is "rich or poor but himself, i Mama's Mtaffisas fX YvV "Makes r "U (to . A . cooking t'rTJ J I I i' Easy" Nj ; J. P. Petermann, Kearsarge Q Allouez " SMASHES PICTURE BID RECORDS. A. J. GILLINGHAM. Grand Rapids. Mich.. Dec. 6. Sev enty thousand dollars for the exclusive rights" for the -J'effrh s-Johnson light pictures is the retort! making bid of A. J. Gillingham nnd George Kleine. These are the same rich nu n who se cured the exclusive rights to the J1T- rios-Kctehel pictures. GUlingham's rise In tho moving picture business' Is ono of the busirus marvels of the age. He first begun operating a moving picture theater eight years ago. The money came , easily und he enlarged lis business until today ho la able to pay n fortune for a side line to the lighting game which was never heard tif a few years ago. THIRD ANNUAL REPORT (Continued from Tage 0.) vcrsible Beared, second motion hoist ing engine, hand operated auxiliaries, capable of hoisting u tons, 1,2"0 feet. Ono, tw-o-stago cross compound, condensim; Curll.- type, Nordberg air compressor, 1,'JtiO cubic feet capacity. Snow duplex boiler feed pumps and all other accessories for steam connec tion between boil' rs, hoist and com pressor. The piping of this plant was contracted for by the Moore Engineer ing Company of San Francisco, who havo completed an excellent piece of work, satisfactory in every detail. The plant Is housed in .acorj.ugatod iron building. D2 x Si feet Gallows framo arranged for ''double cages. Combined machine j and carpenter shon 40 x 100 feet supplied with the beat appliances for all work other than foundry. I'.huksmith shop -32 x 40. erpilppeii with air hammer and two forges. Two 30,000 gallon steel storage tanks for oil and water. Warehouse and office 30 x 0, sufll- OPERATING 58,004 mHes of toll wire in Michigan. CONNECTING 1,100 towns and 172,000 telephones in Michigk EMPLOYING 3,500 men and women in Michigan. OWNING - - 23 buildings in Michigan. LEASING - 180 buildings in Michigan. PAYING OVER SI 00,000 taxes to the State of Michigaa.. . FeraUdlnd Hlchlflia Srrlc for Michlfii Fopl ai a Unci loll lin tertc to most of thtcitlri, towM tn4 villitM in tha Unitt4 Sulci tat Caaiaa aver la ' Doff eth"BIISrtc" Michigan State Tolcphono Co. trary "itU" tetcVkoM ll S kta tiataawffltlM, t lent for all needs for years to come. Oil house for storage of inllammablo compounds. The whole being fully covered by Insurance. Steel ore bins are to hy erected and railroad connection with the Arizona Commercial Copper Company's smel ter, 1,300 feet away, la being made. With such modern and efficient plant, the McGaw Shaft can handle f.00 tons per day whenever called upon to do so. Limestone Mine. Very little voi k has been done from this shaft during tho year Just closed owing to the centralization cf opera-' tioiM at the McGaw and Gardner shafts. The Limestone vein was fur ther exploited on the 3rd level 1 S3 fo t west and 202 feel east. While the vein persists, no large ore bodies were exposed, but ut this shallow depth It Is not probable that commercial ore In quantity will be found. It Is the in tention of the management to postpone further work here until a crosscut (outh Is run from the McGaw shaft to explore this region. The Limestone vein must therefore bo considered, as in unproven but premising asset to 1m pfiti oa n y. uruiim onatt. This shaft has not been sunk a foot jince the last annual report, nor has the surface equipment been altered, it being our object to first prove the value of the veins at the south end of Superior & Roston territory. From the 4th level station crosscuts north and touth have been run .ri25 and ACQ feet respectively. In the north rosscut several small fractures in the shattered shale were passed through but none showing commercial miner alization. 70 feet south of the shaft the Rlack Oxide vein was cut showing 1 1-4 feet of hematite. Continuing south tho crosscut was In shale to the breast. The Iron King vein appears at this horizon as a widely shattered zone In the shale, tho breccia being cemented by oxide of iron and oalelte. For a width of ISO feet, continuous samples yielded from one to three ounces of silver per ton. At greater depth It is reasonable to anticipate a segregation of values. A drift has been run westwards 774 feet on the strike of the Rlack Oxide vein, with crosscuts north and south totalling 23S feet. As tho vein Is in the shattered shale as far as prospect ed, very little segregation of values has been noticeable, although the vein persists iih a strong mineralized frac ture. The last two months' work has shown an increasing proportion of oxide of manganese, copper stained. In the vein lining. It is probable that below this mass, an ore body of com mercial value will be developed. We are now pushing forward with this drift to get under the line ore body proved by development tin three sides in the Rlack Oxide tunnel. The Rlack Oxide vein Is so well and commercially mineralized in the tun nel 4.")0 feet above that wo are fully Justified In being optimistic regarding the future of the Gardner. All annual assessment work on un patented claims has been done in nc rordance with tho plans outlined last yenr, thnt Is, by the further sinking CirpoirailEim t Organized, Incorporated and Operated Under tho Laws of Michigan r of two compartment shafts at the in tersectlon of two or four claims. The Collins-Doyle group has been survey ed for patent. In addition to the twelve, two room ed cottages and reading room In cours of construction at the time of the bst annual report, now finished and fully occupied, four, four roomed cottages for married men, a six roomed fore man's house and a two roomed cottage for shift h isses, havo been built. These return good interest on the money In vested. An excellent engineering and assay office has been built and fully equipped so that careful und accurate record is kept of all work going on both below and above ground. The Southern Pacific P.. R. after cartful Investigation of the possiblll ties of this postion of the Globe Dis tiict, are building a branch line of the Gila yallcy, Globe and Northern from a point south of the town of Globe direct to the McGaw Shaft of the Su neiior and Roston. This ensures us Just treatment from local railroads and will mean a great saving should it bt found more advantageous to ship tin ore to foreign smelters. The Arizona Commercial Copper Company has Just blown in u 400 ton smelter, located only 1.300 feet from the McGaw shaft If suitable contracts for Superior and Roston tre can be made, this smelter will be most convenient. Sincerely yours, FRANK II. PRORKRT, Consulting Engineer, Globe, Ariz., Nov. 8, 19011. Superior Trust Company Hancock, Mich. Capital $150,000 This company Is under th upenlslon of the state hank ing department and is author Ized by law to act as executor, administrator, guardian, as rlsree, receiver "or trust C. A. Wright, Proa'dent, ... Jacob Baer, Treasurer, M. C. GetcSell, Secretary. A CASE IS NEVER JUDGED UNTIL IT'S TRIED Try a case of our bottled beer. Tou're the Judse. Quality and purity are two factors of first Importance In every thing that you drink. Tou get the hhect quality and absolute purity whenever you drink our. beer. It Is rich, finely flavored and healthful, and the best Summer beverage that Is made. CALUMET BREWING CO. 77A. David -. Armit AGENT Mthv Sailer. 111 tt. I.lf Fir. AecMont ant. Plt Qbi INSURANCE Richtta IllkH Laarium Phon266 FOR SALE 8-room house and bath, stsne foundation, situated 310 Osceola St., at a bargain if taken at once. LEGAL rTICLE. Nov. 2'J: Dec. 6. 13, 20. STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court Tor tho Co: rty of Houghton. At a session of said court, held at the Probate Office In tho Village of Houghton in said county, on the 26th day of November, A. D. PJO'J. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Rentley, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Os wald Hoyna, deceased. Edla Hoyna Huhta having filed In saltl court her petition, praying for license to sell the interest of said estate In certain real estate therein described, nt private sale It in Ordered, That the 23rd day t f December.' A. D. l'JOU, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate oflloe, tej and la hereby appointed for hearing said petition, and that all persona In terested in said estate appear before said court, at said time and place, to show cause why a license to sell the Interest of said estate In said real estate should not be granted: It Is further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order once euch week for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circu lated In said county. GEORGE C. RENTLEY, Judge of Probate. (Seal) A true copy. I , GEO. D. FREEMAN, Register of Probate. Galbralth & McCormaek, Attorneys for Estate. Ruslness address. Calumet. Mich. TAMAKACK MINING COMPANY. SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET ING. Notice If hereby given thnt eUI meeting of tho stockholder of thi Tamarack Mining company will be held at tho oflk-e of tne company, 12 Ashburton riace, P.oston, Maachu soltu, on Tuesday tho 14th day of De cember, l'JO'J at 11 o'clock in tho fore n on, for tho following purposes, namely: I. To consider and vote upon tho luestlon of authorizing the alienation and conveyance of certain lands und real estate of this company situated in the county of Keweenaw, Michigan, known a the "Cliff Lands." II. To consldt r and vote upon th- question of taking for said lands stoclt n a new corporation to be organlzea for mining on ald lands, and to con sider and voto upon the question Ahether, and on what terms, the ftoek ho taken tdiall be offered to tho atock holders of the Tumarack Mining com pany. III. To consider nnd vote upon tho question of amending tho by-laws of said company ko as to chnnge the tlmo ef holding tho annual meeting of , said company to tho first Wednesday In April In each year instead, of tho first Thursday in Mny as now fixed. IV. To transact fluch other or fur ther business as may lawfully come before said meeting. Dated at Huston, Mass., November in, 1909. Ity order of tho directors, GEORGE A. FLAGG, Sec'y. 12-14-09. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& Hecla Mn'gCo. Who wish to sell their houses or buy houses on Co. Land; who have rooms to rent or who wish to rent rootis. are invited to advertise in tlo cclti n without any expense ..... . "OR 8ALE. FOR RENT One furnished room. Modern conveniences. Apply 337) Scott St. FOR SALE House 2476 "C" st. FOR SALE No. 3012 Osceola. Road small house cheap. FOR SALE 3129 Tunnel st. FOR SALE Hour No. 457 Caledonia st. Albion. FOR SALE 6 room houso No. 3014 Swcdctown road. Apply on prem ises. 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