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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911.
. " i. ..I ' ii i . .. , . . - ... . i .i i ,, . . n-a-t ,i.t. rfi ' in in i a- i HAVE DECIDEOV Um ' f " -x. 'OH. VW6UL'. (fr. MILLIONAIRE fro Jo on rHfcMc.fc ,' fr , I CURFEW i'M AFRAltfiSJ X I WVL A (, ) nuBlFMAN1 .p6 L 'JX i SHALL -.'AN WON, THAT I CAN' A MILLIONAIRE1- Vnd W you ' l 7, Laurium D epartxnent 5 MOTORCYCLIST TO RACE M'GOTY KELLY OR HARRIS WILL TRY TO DEFEAT BIRD MAN AT LAURIL'M DRIVING PARK. Aviator McQooy announces hi will make several flight to- morrow nftern xm at the Laur- lum Driving park, bctvvci n the 1 hours of 2:30 and 5 o'clock. ... It was announced lust evening that cither Kelly or HarrH local motcrey i oers, would race with McO'ey, the aviator, at the Ljiurium park to morrow afternoon. t.Cu. y arrive, l In the city yester day momlf from Duliith, where he made nights Sunday. Tb teropto. is h i I been shipped here nhe.id of him AVIATOR THOMAS McGOEY. md on hla arrival it waa set up and Wed out, so that everything In now la n adtneog for tnc flight. Although his first flight wan Wild 1" July last, MeOoey has already w h reputation Of being one of the most - and determined In the business H' has had numerous narrow eiienpes bul lias never been Injured. H has mad( nearly 100 flight In various clt ' ; In Minnesota and North Dak it:. Since he started. The machine he ' mils plane Is the same or.' ,v'th which he first flew, and In fa -t with which he h amcd, none f "is mishaps hnvlng been sufficiently serlom to smash It. His exploit a! Rochester, Minn., the other day, when ran ont of gasoline while many hundred feet In the air, occurred at the '" nd highest altitude thnt It ever ALL NEW VAUDEVILLE ALL NEW PICTURES Z Big Acts 2 TONIGHT ONLY AT THE PEOPLE'S THEATER saw par ar jsar rurtm w has in the history of aviation, a nlrd inan at the reeent meet in Chicago Ing caught Himllarly at a greater dJM' tanee from the earth. From Calumet, IfoQoOy will go P Harnett, Kansas, and from there t Montgomery, Ala. After that Ma v ill tly at Maron. (la., ending his season, lie proposes to return to the nnnli- wesl next spring and resume flying. If the wind conditions will permit he expects to put his machine through gome fancy evolutions as well as the usual stunts tomorrow. BOWLERS MEET THURSDAY. It -presentatlves of the Houghton county bowling tennis will meet at tbe Laurlum social ttth on Thurndo Toalni for the purpose of receiving and acting on the report Of the seh. il ule committee. It is probable that the ! ague will be composed of eight teams. Kix having already DOM admitted ami several others having presented appli cations for membership. From the In terest which Is manifested In bowlin': this season, It Is believed that the or ganization will bo very successful one GIVE MATINEE TODAY. Two pairs of ho, key skates will 1 given away at the special matinee this ... ... mt in, IV note's the iter of Ijiurium. Mwrtff and Dreyer. dan ers, are the special vaudeville offering mm r.w.lu nf oletures will be ui,u . nnilov nnd Itailev. colored singers and lancers will open an OAs Ojmnoail at the I'eoplt'S Monday. Tk m,.n,.o,,ir,nl w ill nrovhle a BOOiol natlnee for the miners and others wh ,.nrv iUW Kliift ami will be unable to attend the evening performain e. VERY SUCCESSFUL PARTY. The second of a series Of daajdttg partial under the auaplcaa of w st Andrews soeicty was eOOdUOtod at tin l.iurium bank hall last evening and proved very successful. The attend ance was large and all present en joyed th mixed program or dance numbers. The third of the parti. Will be t nndueled two weeks fHHO ';ls' t veiling. FINE NEW HUDSON CAR. Toney Sibllsky of lwiurium has re- celved. through the copper country agi rits, lillght ami Sons of Kaglc Riv er, a line new live passenger II mis n car The machine was placet! in com mission yesterday. Mr. Sihilskl has erected a new concrete and frame gar age adjoining his home In I-uirium. Spanish City's Vehicle Tax. Valencia, 8nln, farms out its ve hicle tax for a fixed sum per annum to a concessionary, who Is allowed to collect under the terms of his contract a sum amounting to about $34.f0 for each automobile, plus about $4.06 ex tra for each sent the car contains Prac tically all the machines are kept for only city and park driving. Lyric THEATRE UNEXCELLED VAUDEVILLE Musical Johnston THE FELLOW WITH THE MANDOLINS SPECIAL FEATURE FILM The Lighthouse by the Sea 3-Others-3 DOINGS OF THE Oh. yes; ?: : LAURIUM BRIEFS. f J. C, Hansen ami John Vivian have left mi a short hunting trip to points along the Copper Range road. Mr-. IVrdinnnd Weiber of BOfQjhtOn was the st of frientls and rela tives In Inurlum yesterday. Charles Seaman of Chicago Is visit ing friends In the copper country for a few days. Word has been received In Calu met to the effect that Harris Fienhcrg. formerly of this city, was od Judged bankrupt at a hearing of the Chicago bankruptcy court on Sept. II. Justice David Armlt has Issued ap plications for M deer licenses so far. Last year, .lust Ice Armlt issued III applications. 1o." of which were before the opening of the season, N'ovetnher 10. Announcement has been made of a fair and supper to be conducted under the auspices of the la. lb s of the Off man Reform church on DopOl street on November 'Jl nnd 22. Considerable Interest Is being mani fested in the entertainment to be given under the auspice of the young la dles of the Sacred Heart high school on Monday evening. The funeral of the late Mrs. F.li.a beth Browning will take place Sunda aftornoon. leaving the family raaaioaee, Florida, at l:M a'ctoek for the Lnar- iiihi M. BL church. Hov. M. 11. Kldre.l ill officiate. Interment will be in Lang view Demote ry, Postmaster Dominic Viiro returned yfsttrtlay from a hunting trip to Keweenaw BajT, CUBS-SOX SERIES. Proceeds Much Larger Than Was Gen erally Expected. Ninety-nine thousand three hundred and fifty-one fans paid $79.ttf.N hi witness the Sx trim the Cubs four times straight for the city champion ship. The players' jmioI amounted to $37,1 s.r.fi, ol which amount the Sox will divide Itf.f4g.71i and the Cubs H4.t77.tl, Following are the statistics oil the series: Attendance (paid) 99.350 dross receipts I7g.nf.fi National Commission's .vhare. 7,fSLtl Players' share t7.flf.M Kaeh t dub's share tf.ttt.tl Sox tda. vers' share ft.f4g.71 Cubs players' nhare 14.H77.H' MATCH FOR MILLER. Will Meet Gehring in Return Bout it Saintly City. St Paul. Minn., Oct. 21. - Now thai Henry tit luring, world's middleweight champion, has agreed to wrestle Wal ter Milh r In a return match at the St. Pnul Auditorium on the evening of Nov. 7. the tiuestion of a referee 1. li the bill contest must be settled. Steve K." a. the former St. Paul welter weight champion, worked as third man !n the first Mlller-Oehrlng match and Cchrlng undoubtedly will demand that he again referee. Miller Is willing that Roan offtotate, iut. of course, that inestlon will not be settled for a week or two. Yew Tree Centuries Old. In the churchyard at Plymtroe, Devon, Kngland, is n yew tree whoso age is calculated at 1,000 years, and which Is doubtless the oldest In the country. Pickling and Preserving Pears and Peaches We ndvlae you to buy v nir pears and peaches for pickling now. The season soon will close. FRESH LINE OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. We make deliveries Phone us your order for lure. Ice. Cream, Krult or Vegetables. Laurium Candy Kitchen APOSTLE PROTOGERE, Proprietor. PIP iNK J07 J. THE CALUMET NEWS - VAN LOONS.- . Grace has the qualifications, of a genuine stage staiv??'-'' MAY CALL BOUT OFF. New York, Oct. Si, The movlnt picture company that math a big bid for the right to take pictures of the Wolgast -Wi lls bout wlth.lr. w its offer today. This action may cause the pro posed bout to be cane. Id. ;il itorg. the manager of the Madison Athletic luh. guaranteed the Bght i purse of Itfifff, with no pictures U would seem as If llorg WOtthl not bo aide to give the big sun offered. NEW BERTH FOR McBRIDE. Philadelphia, Pa.. ct 11. It la ru mored today that ("Jem Stovall has boon traded bt Chrroland to washlna;- I'm fur (bulge McRritle. the erael shoitstop of the Senators. Stovall will umaajM the Washing on Boll club n al season, says the NgOTt, while Ihirry Davhl of the Athletics will go to Cleve land as njnriiaar WALSH TO GET AUTO. Chknago, III., Oct. 11, frank Bchulte and Tv Cobb are not tl nly baac- hall ptgyoro to be presented with an automobile. Bd Walah, a tar of tii. siuth side team and hero of the city serb s, will soon be in OOOOI ssion Of one. Members of the BOX team tediv start .1 a mO V am OB 1 to rnlOa sub scription to purchase a machine A WORD FOR FATEHR. A School teacher aOjCO received H note like this "Dta:- ffum I'ba:-. Ixeuae Johnny today. He will not be al school lie is a' ling as timekeeper for his father. Last night you gave him this Iximple: If a Meld Is 4 miles -luare. how long will it take a man. walking '. miles an hour, to vulk tiun around it? Johnny ain't no man. so we had to st nd bis daddy. The) left early this morning, anil my hus band sahj they ought to he bfl k late tonight, though it would he hard to ing. Boar Mum, pli. se make the nixl problem about lad lea as my husband can't afford to loae the day's work. The LoTd knows I don't have no time to loaf, but I can spare a day off . -casioually hitter than my hushaml cm. Boopgotfully y ours. Mrs. J,. to Goafs Milk Highly Valued. There are scores ol foreign write-s and medical experts who advocate the use of goat's milk for Infants and in vallds. In fact there are sanitariums In France and Switzerland that give goat's niilk a prominent place in their system of care. The milk is special ly recommended for infants bat agae of lta similarity In composition to mother's milk. Where Glase Eyea Are Made. GhiBs eyes are made principally In Lauscha, a German town 20 in Ilea from Coburg. The trade Is flourish ing. with constant Improvements' of value, though In minor details. As in mnny occupations In Europe, the artisans hand down their Acquired knowledge and skill to younger mem bers of the. samo family. McGOEY "TnsssTfr ghf- PJrc c , nasTjr'jr fSaaBttssssBBassssBsssssI D0&sstd T'iSbbsssss! By FRED. I. LEIPZIGER SPORTING DEPARTMENT ONE GAME MAY SETTLE WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP CIANTS WILL HAVE SLIGHT AD VANTAGE IF THEY WIN. for the New York V"rhl. a real If They Loae Athletics Will Have a-orhl champion baseball team, an . g Honors Almost Cinched. I gT ego lion which, if it could be put t..- Philadelphla. Pa., (let. L'l. After 1 cither when all the players were in three killing rounds, the last the bo4 their prime, would he the greatest team test of the meeting, between two great possible to choose from the vast army champion hall teams, the vveat her pmlajof ball plnyers since Amos Uusle was step in and tall a halt for four days ' hoy. It is an all-lime-all-star bMst giving the two great generals time to ami includes s of the ajreaUaat hall compare notes and figure on the style plav is ever kn...vn to the 0UW . His of attack ami defense Cor the next election. lams I ketl lor Monday. Should the (Hunts win the next tame they would have the edge on the Ath letics, as the fifth game would be ft! the p .lo grounds. If '.untie Muck can win Monday It's a H to bet that his team will win the series. it woud not he surprising to aee Mc- Ongsj send the veteran Hcvliii back to his old corner ftt third base and shin Bornog to short, notcgaar baa shown poor form In the series, both at bat and In the fold, as the result of lit r-v.'usne-s. Devlin is a hrilliant player, with nerve, is a tine sticker and is in fairly good shape lor a few games ut hast. This would brace the younger members of the Qiaata who evidently are worrying In these games with the Athletics. IfcGraw has Mathewson, Ames and Crandaii. right bonders. All might affective against the Quakers, but this game McCraw probably will de pend mi Maniuard. I'onnie Mack must do I kg of figur ing. Render with his long rest would be iir.-t hoi. e were nil to hinge n this oafO game. I'lank litis had several days' r. t ami Is a tough man to bent on the local grounds. It is doiihtfu if Kd Ae I'lank would show hi I boot work on the Polo grounds. JgcU Coomha can t line hack with ti short rest and Is pretty Hkely to be the choice for X. i org luesuay. mere rore, it sniui.i ne tith.r BsSMter or Plank for the game Monday with both groomed for the fray and the W aether conditions hav ing nog to Jo with the choice. The most remarkable thing about the sanies so far Is the remarkable control shown by five great pitchers. Maniuard passed one man., while Ma thewson went through two game: without passing or hitting a man. thus forcing the Quakers through tgm games. to hit light i England the Pioneer. Tho manufacture of cotton seed products on a commercial scale had Its beginning in Kngland. and as lute as 1S70 that country, with an annual crush of 200,000 tons, was the leading cotton send oil producing country in the worH. READY TO RACE WITH AUTOMOBILE. i1 "" t McGRAW PICKS ALL v STAR BASEBALL TEAM. John J. M.Craw has just selec ed, catchers -Mike Kelry, Buck Dwing. Wllbert Hablnaan. Roger Broanahan. Pin hers John Clarl-s.m. Amos liu sie. Christie Mathew mi. .ai Pucker. Ifordoeal Broarn. I'irst base, Krcd Merkle. St cond base. Napoleon L J Third Imse, Jimmy Cummins. Shortstop. Hans Wagner. Utility iniled. Hugh Jennings. Right field. Willie K.eler. Center tit M. Tv ( ' ,bb. Lefl ti. hi. Bd l ! bant . ( tillty outfleMor, Bill Hamilton. MACK HAS HEAVY HITTERS. Hardest Hitting Bunch of Champa For Many Years. Philadelphia, OoL SI, Wo champion ship winner in the American of Na- be wonai leagu. m the last coo yean or lnl,",r, ran e.,mpare with the Athletics of 1U11 in hitting Not only do ihe monnn bs of base hall rank alone aa the master bats men of modern baseball. but even taking t'.n handicap of the foul strike rule and spltbaH pitching, they out strip a huge ina polity of the old-time clubs. savs Isaminger of the North American. (if the seven regular players who arc helping Mack win a fourth clium- IplOfMhtP. six are batting above the . ma,k- ,. r;1, ..... ii,,,t from I Iris ,.r,.(t ,,r fg t(, Cbltln brilliant figures of Jtt, in addition, i catcher, ago is nood in regulur rotation, and a pitcher, who hits a regular turn on the knoll, are batting above the ,:!u0 mark. the tango being above .too, The catcher la Jack Lamp and the pitcher Jack '""inbs. Moth arc frequently used as pinch men. This gives Mack eight regular players who lank in the honor class as batsmen. They are; OotMm nfi.i: iipp. ,t44; P.aker. .:;:(.".; Mnrphv. Mtlnnls. 320; Coombs, .310; ddring. Jttj and Lord, ,ftt, The only regular Macknian not in the ,':ni) class is Jack Itarry. ami Pan v . next to Raker, is the most dangerous batsman in a pinch on the team. PAGE SEVEN DOPESTERS ARE UPSET. Hard to Figure Out Relative Strength of Two Leagues. As indications of the uncertainty of the gnat national pastime, there are are the results of the three minor championship batiks in Chicago, St. Louis ami ihio. The White Sox, a poor fourth In the the American league took four straight fiom the Cubs, runners up In the Na tional, all of which proves the Amerl- an league Is superior to the National. Rut, 0 couple of ifs and hovvevers, the Reds of Cincinnati, sixth In the National league, defeated the Napa of ' ' I e eland, third ami almost second In the Ann ie an. All of which proves the National league is stronger than the American. Then going down Into St. Iiuis, the AsoeHcaa ksfegne once more proved Its superiority, if and however, for the Brownie comedians came out of the cellar and stung the leaders f the lower divison of the National league, for enough rung to give them the Show -me honors. It had been expected that the hum ble and infergior Rrowns would as sume a res lining position and let the Cardinals trample upon them In the post-season games. The Rrowns have Song nothing of the sort. and. In fact, proved a big surprise to their most ardent supporters by nipping the MIs S'iiiri i hain;.ionhlp. Which, of course, proves that the Ubieties must win the world s cham pionship, perhaps. WOULD MEET PAPKE. Kelly Wants First Coance at the Illin ois Thunderbolt. Chicago. 111., (let. 21. There la a pood chance that we may see the two best middle weights in America match ed within a few tlavs for a battle to be decided wherever the best purse is of- fel i d. Following closely upon Hilly Papke's announcement thnt ho hail accepted mate boa in Poston and other places Pi mt Hugo Kelly and his manager. BUry Cerrcttl, with the bold statement that under no circumstances should Pa like consider any -body before he lh.es Kelly. Uy permitted a couple of hurrahs age hi; lips when he read the i news tgai the pride of Kewat.co a as about in embark upon a winter's campaign. The Italian is usually quiet and undemonstrative, but he let kSSMM some whoops when he realized SggfJ this meant to him. SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. Pit her Nick Maddox, formerly of the Pirates, won 23 ami lost 15 games for Kansas i'lty the past season. Before departing for their homes members of the poston Red Sox pre BOntOd Secretary Hugh McRreen with a loving cup. Past ball must !m catching- on In Kngland. The i ii.i.,n Times sent over a sporting scribe to cover the world's Series With Milan. S, haefer, C.essler, Klber fehl. Mcptitle. Casblon. Street and Johnson with the outfit, the All-Stars came very near being the All-Nation-als. I. thigh put up a great game against both Princeton and Pennsylvania. No man at Hartmouth is said to be sure of his position on the varsity football team. Keene Htnpgtrssfj, the pskgoofaa trainer. sta that Captain Hart will lie in shape for the Harvard game. Additional seats now be I tug placed In the Harvard stadium will bring the to tal seating capa in up to fgjtfl for the Yale-Harv ard game. Jim Khun bought a home for his inoi her in lu bio, Colo., and a touring ai tor hims. lf after his lxut with iirl Morris. Pa! Ming Nelson Is working as hard as he ditl when he first started In the game. At lea t one bout a week Is the schedule Ihe Pnttler has framed for himself. NOT AS GOOD AS COBB. "It makes me laugh when they com pare the New York base runners with Ty Cobb," said Pud.K Livingston of the Athletics recently. "All they know hi to make fske utarts. They don't know how to (ft-t a lead on our pitch - I i is nbo it im fast i msn as Cobb, lint he lacks pi or U tint of getting T'a lead. And you always know which one of their starts Is not I fake. They are too easy.' ALL FEATURES.