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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 19(3.
THE CALUMET NEWS
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I'JAK JJlNNCK ALL
M, I KNOW H VMLL fctf.
Increased Popularity of Football
Taxes Capacity of Stadiums
. Vi'lU, XcV'.. 1'-'. Till' t'lKil'llinlls
,i,i i'ci- si-iits til tin' Ik i nt mi--v;ir
ill .ill K.ini's in all a 1 1 s of tin'
. ,,..:in this ;uitiiiini ir'st riis m-w
urns lur IIm' iiiuN I'i;!:iiIu:i li- jiii. I
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ii-'iii'vis l..r siiiis. This ritua
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. it. ui ami t'liisiliv; Kiilui s uf I In
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...! in sti-inat ii all.-. rurliiK fur tin'
i ui'!.-- nl' aili';ili"iis mill thi' nr-
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- s.ir.'il tii'MitliS. Ill thi' liii' uf
:n- llarvaiil, Anny-Na v, I'lin'i'
V..i'. iiml i-ainis uf similar tn
Ml. ill alli-s I..V lillUflll ill i-Vi l'J il'-
i1 niiiiilis fur tin' tun namiiH'lit lu
I inn i ii'ki-ls ri'iri'Mnt iiiK I'sslli2in
I i ' "nt ut llif total 2iilii'2iliuii in
mii i was that iimh rrailu.i Irs iiml
' : "ini may have firKl call nil the cuu-
i . Tin- i" ha hi 'f uf Hit- aviraiji' mit
'! r 1 1 1 : i In- uli'iim il w lii'li il is stiiti'il
ii Aith "i,iii'ii scats ii vii ihiliTi' fur
.i Aniiy-N.-tvy Kami, thi ic wi re ',-
1 ' ai'iilii mii.ns.
i In- ll.n vaiil sta'iinm. hcnA tin1
m m I la i a i', --tanii' is il,i,iil tuilay
1 ! w ith ;i aiuiiiary tuHitiuiis iihuiil
"i n s i i i ii.ii s. Ai-cunliiiK In ; r.nl
it- Treasurer ! W. Mclp. uf 1 1 . -
' i .anl Al!i! -Ill- iissi.i ialiuii, I.'.o.ihmi
: w 1 1 1 1 1 1 l.c n. '-ili i tu fully siiil.v
- l i mi net. In writing uf I In- nihs
.'. . rri:!"A Hi- iliM rihMI iun uf tin- lirk
: iilal Hi'' U ul, leu, in M'lXTi.l Mr.
're sa s:
I'h- uh.,, ulijci't uf .ill these rules.
..wcr. is in ilisirllnitc an utterly
u'e.'iai- miii uf c.'ils iii the fair
i iius.-ilil- wa iiimnu; llnrviil'il men.
I v are He result uf ilic experience
. all th- men wliu have lieell euil-
' ii fur t!ie past tvnt yoars wit ii
" h nnlliiiL! uf univ cicut Kame. Since
u maihiate list 1ms hcen mw-
al llu ral" uf nearly n thuusnml
al, iilal Ihe plupuil Inn uf (he
' aim r uradiiiites wliu wish lu ntleml
panics is'inuih nn'iiter than in
' l'I l- classes, lieeiiuse th.ey liavi
Ml l.liuivht lip nil fniilhall ill sehnnl
ya man if you want the finest f
M old, mellow whiskey, order
. L W. HARPER ,
r In SO ycirs Its equal hacnt j
fik t'ce.i found. I
fa For by
THE VAN LOOMS
Hfc.Kt A(0 iOME.
SALMON 5s-AP cAlKNliHCO
C,i, FAMCVS THftocc,'M
V 17 1 7HW.B -IAHC-H. CAKC; , . ijARl '
NEW YORK ELEVEN
HAS NOT SCORED A
POINT THIS FALL.
Ne.v Yui k, Nuv. JL' The New
Yuri university fuutliall tciim,
whic h i.is failcil u s ule ii
pi.inl su far this M'lisuii, plays
its last name today nl Aniuipo
lis iiKainst the Nnvy. Tin (cam
has ili'Veluped tlie f.-rward pasH
mid is hoping to hreal; its sea
sun's hoi. lino In. lav.
and collet1,', ami naturally have iiiiii
leal interest in the Kiini- itself.
Need Bigger Stadiums
"The wind- 1 i'i hi lil in a nutshell is
thai v- need a hundred ami fifty thou
sands scats iiml we have less I tin 1 1 fur
ty Ihuiis.ind. Kveii at New Haven,
where th- price uf tickets is mily 21
small pint uf th'- rust uf iitlemlitiK the
Kiinie fur must uf the speitiilurs, the
manaKi nn nt is liuihliiiK h cullosciitn
lu iiccoiiimnila le tiearl.N' seventy Ulnll
siirnl people. With the (ame nt (2im
i.ridKe, where the tickets represent
ptactii filly the whole expense lu the
jreat majurity uf those who attend, I
iim convinced that un unrestricted mile
tu graduates 21ml iiinlerur.nliiate.s only,
fur the use uf themselves illlil their
fricllds. Would dispose of ill li-ilsl il
hundred thousand seals."
OF BIG TEAMS
KIIMCS flnlll lST.'i tu 1SSJ inclu-
were pla.sed under the UiikIi.v
rules. Numerical scoring w;is
lied in is:!. Nu tames were
in 4. isss. IMt'i mid ls'tfi.
Vule, j:!; Harvard,
Yale, 4S; llaiViiid, 0,
i".i: llarviinl. 4.
17; Harvard, s.
!; Harvard. 0.
-Harvard. U'; Yale.
Yale, 10: Harvard. 0.
!; Harviird. 0.
H; Hiirviud. 0.
I:'; Hiirvard. 4.
0; Harviird, 0.
- Harvard, 17; Yale, 0.
Yale, 0; I larviinl. 0.
Yale, L's: Hiirvard. 0.
I l.i r ii i ll.
l '.in l
lit 1 1
1 M -
I Inrvanl. 0.
-Harvard. 4; Yale, 0.
Yale, : Hiirvard. 0.
Yale, o; Harvard, .
Yale, o; Harvard. 0.
-llarviinl, L'O; Yale, 0.
Wisconsin. :!o; v'hiciinu. .
'hlcairu, l'i': Wisconsin. 1J.
W isi uiisin, L'4; ihh ni;o, 0.
Wisconsin, '.'3; ChiciiBo, S.
'liicaKii, 1!; Wisconsin, 0.
I'liiciiKu. 17; Wlsciiiisin. 0.
Wisconsin, :'.'.; (MiicaKo,
Wisconsin. 3j; riilciiuu, 1).
-fhiciitfn, 11; Yiscunsin. 0.
-H'hicuK.i, l.'i; Wisconsin. !.
ChieitKii, is; Wlscnnsin. 11.
'hicauu, 4: Wisconsin, 0.
tn I'.iOS No ffatlie.
4'nlcHKn, is; Wlscnnsin, 1:'.
-OiIciiko. 1!; Wisconsin, fi.
Wisconsin, 10; 'hii:in. 0.
-( hlcaKii, Wisconsin. 0.
Wisconsin, "0; t'hlcuKu. 1J.
$3,0C0 IN BOXING FEES.
Legalized Game Profit ible for State of
Mutli-i n. Wis., Nov. -With the
hoxilii; m ison only J : 1 hcKiin, fees of
s:',77i'i.'.'s hive j'lrcaily been turned In
to t'.ie Male llc.isuiy from tlllhs iiper
alin uiaar the Heil.lili!? law piisseil
hv the list le'.'islatine. II is a cer
tainly licit Hie state will receive :i
lal'e Veenile from this sou lee by t ho
end ol the "easmi. The Mate K"ts ..
pel- lent of the receipts of .ill boXlnJ
mil wievtlinir enntesM held ill Wis-
The law biH'ani effective July lx
nnd the first receipt came Into the
Mite iieistir,- Septeintur 4. roiirteen
( IiiIim iii" chartered mul opeiiitinx.
while ii lifleenth tho Madi.'.on Ath
h iic club Ii m been ch irtered mul 011
lv nwiits the com ini; lt bmnl tn
announce H ThunkH In? caul.
IN TENNIS PLAY
How It Feels to Play for Cup De
scribed by Racket Wielder
New York. Nuv., How It feels
to play in (he cliallenKe round of the
H.ivis cup, emblematic of the world's
tennis cluiinpionshlp, Is vividly iles
iribed by ltlchanl Norrls Williiiins,
second, who, with Mcl.oiiKhlin, Hack
elt and Johnson, formed the I'nited
Stales team that regained the lannuis
trophy in ':nl.iid Ibis season. His
story us printed where he Is a snphu
inoie. Is in part as follows:
"We were now1 in the challenge
round with the hardest task before us.
Six or seven previous American learns
had reached just this point in the last
eight years, but nunc hud been able to
lift the .'ini. un the Saturday after
we played Canada, sve went down tn
i iilKestnne mid thele .pent " couple
of 'inlet iliiys, nut talking or even
thinking of tennis. The rest did ns
a lot of (food, but the strain was niitd
uallv telling. No one can imagine the
mental strain under which we were
pla.lujf. After two Ion;,' months of
play, a little slip, mi "off" day, an In
jury to 11 member of the team, mipht
mean the loss of the D.ivis flip. We
all fully realized this, but we went intj
the inatch-s with confidence. We were
determined o do our best which was
all thai America cniild iisk.
Suspense Is Trying
"The draw for (he challenge round
was made on the Wednesday before
Ihc matches were started. M cI.owkIi
!in was tn play auainst I 'ark 211 -:"o
mid I was tu fulluw against P.
Dixon after the first nialch was over.
i'n l-Ylday morning we took things
liilrly e.asy. 'Mac' had his lunch about
U::!o mid left in the car for Wimblc
11011 at about 1:0. I had my lunch
when .McLoughlin left and then took
things iiuietly until 2: l.'i. when I fol
lowed dim to Wimbledon.
"Win n 1 reached the court I was told
1 hiit things were not going our way.
1 then spent the worst hour and a
hiilf one could possibly Imagine. I was,
of course, not allowed to w.'itch the
match, iis it is trying on the eyes, so
lav down In the dressing room while
Ihe attendant came to tell me now
mid then how things stood. At about
., o'clock the sound of (-.hunting 2nd
applause announced .Mcloiighlin's de
feat. It was ii bad bculiming, for ev
erybody had expected that 'Mac' would
win Later I iniiiiiigcd to pull the tide
nur way a bit by b.ating Dixon.
"hii Saturday the public certainly
Kt their money's worth out of the
doubles. It was without doubt the
must exciting duiibles match I have
ever watched, especially as I was rath
er intf rested in the outcome. 1 re
member wlun the score stood 'Z sets
lo 1. to 4 and ::o-40 ( Mclaughlin
.-crying) fur Kngland, H. D. Vv'rcnn. the
president uf our association, was
chew ing his Hi raw hat. and W. John
son .the fourth member of the Amer
ican team, was absolutely unable to
light a cigarette. What was I doing?
Well I really don't know.
"We spent Sunday quietly in the
country and Monday started on our
last lap. Mcloughlin again played
first, and this time when I arrived at
Wimbledon 'Mac' w:is two sets up and
had 11 long lead in Ihe third. Tin
playing was slightly U ss exciting Hum
on the previous Friday. A few mln
ules later the i up was won. After
ten e:irs It was to come linine again.
1 finished out my match 2igainst
Parke, although the outcome would
not have altered the fate of the cup.
As a matter of Interest I lost in five
I- FOOTBALL NOTES. .
IN niiock, who has been playing rUht
giiiird for Harvard all the eur, has
switched to left guard in practice, on
I.eo Daly, liin.1. an old iii:irterba-k
and baseball pla.ver at Harvard, trav
eled from Montana to Muslim to take
In the Crimson-Kil Ii2ittle.
The Dartmouth dummy is in ashes,
iind the little "Dig tlreen" team hits
closed one of the greatest neiisons in
font ball history at Hanover.
For the third smcesslve time the
Fnlvcrsity of Maine eleven has won
1 lie Maine Slate championship, by de
featintf Colby, llowdoln and J la ten.
t T-r rw IMJ'
But Father Evidently Has
PLAY THIS YEAR.
After today the eastern grid- !
Iron wiseacres will lie busy se-
Id ling "All-American" football
elevens, following their usual
custom of restrict intr theit vis- !
ion io New Haven. Cambridge,
Philadelphia and Princeton. It :
is rumored, however, that Wal-
ter Camp saw a (earn from 'ol- !
g.'le nlay this vrjir.
FEDS MUST LAND STARS.
Only Hope of Success Lies In Getting
Big Drawing Cards.
Without trying lo tell those Federal
leagues how lo run their business it
ptrikes us thai they would make u
much bigger splash and noise if they
Stepped out mul i;nt 111 ied a couple of
well-known ball players writes Mill
Pulley iii the Chicago American. Ac
tually sign them, wave uid 'signal ures
where they could be seen and photo
graphed and then announce 1h.1t tlu-y
were in the war business.
You know those Federal leaguers
claim they have a major league. May
be they have.' Mill merely claiming
that they have in't going in cause
another wholesale slaughter of grand
rimtheis mid ciiuse a iii. I ul l ho gittt'M.
I. i t them announce thai seme of the
stars of the diamond will wear Ih-ir
uniforms and they'll d. business.
A major leavue lives i r dies by what
happens on Ihe diamond and imi in
Ihe league councils. If the American
league should decide at one of Ih-ir
gatliiiing that they were paying too
mm ii money to their players, that
their parks were too expensive and
that it was costing them too much
money to conduct business and invite
the, National b-iigue magnates to take
their Cobhs and Crawfords, their
Johnsons and Walshs and their other
stars they wouldn't have it major
They might get the smartest fellows
in the world at the heals of their
clubs and pass the wisest baseball laws
that weiL- ever thought of. And on top
of that they might get Hie most con
genial magnates In Ihe world. Tiny
might howl that thev had a major
league until the were blue in the face.
Mut would they? They would not.
They would have a minor league. if
course, the American league isn't goinv.
tu tin anything of the soft. The Amer
ican is 21 majur league fur the rcasmi
that its founders went light out after
the. star ball players. 'I'll ' National
announced just 21s iair Hermann did
in Columbus that If anybody tried to
take their assets that the said party
would gei worse than a ship on the
wrist. And the American leaguers un
derstood that as the Federalists do that
they would get a good swill kick and
lose what coin they had invested if
they didn't make good.
SHOWS COMMENDABLE SPIRIT.
To Play For Michigan Despite Injus
tice of Election.
Ann Atl.or. Mich., Nov. -l Not in
.vinr.s has the Michigan student body
been so worked up over t lie election of
a football captain as it is over the
choice of K2iynsfurd Monday. Nothing
else Is talked of on the campus and
angry frtudcrits have neglected studies
believing that Tummy lluuhlli did not
M't a suare deal.
It was feared when it W2is learned
that Hnghitt had been ilepiived of
tho captaincy that he would do us
Craig had done and refuse to get out
lor the team. Mut Tommy's state
mints to frlciid.-i would indicate that
he will be out and fighting next season
just the same 21s he W2is this e)ir.
There would prubablv be little op
position to ILiynsford if it were not
for llughitt's peculiar position. Kayns
lord hardly earned h.s "M" in MMJ and
he got It this season nu.re through
the injuries to and failure i.f other im 11
than through his own efforts. He is a
good, earnest pla.ver, but md a star,
by any means.
In the voting fur the most valuable
player on the t :im tn be presented 21
cup, llughltt was picked next to Craig,
by Coiuhes Yost and Schultz and
Trainer Fam l'. Il;i v nsford wasn't
llughltt Is one uf the must brilliant
quarterbacks Michigan has ever had.
lie Is a heady field geiicr.il. He seemed
to be so logical a choice fur the posi
tion that he wus freely called the inp-taln-lo-be
More Thun u "Fair" Appetite
WITH hltt ImocMNS
c-tA-FOAN t'HA.ft.U.'T TET
NlTr, PINK FOBUOH, AlltH
caw it;fiP f-?h a
0 fvAU-l ridJii iMivjCNvf
DUE FOR CHANGE
"Surprise" Football Dates Pre
dicted for the Conference
Chicago. Nov. I'J. Surprise football
dales fui I'jH are slated tu niunoolize
Mig Nine intention when the couches
and managers uf the confeienee teams
meet in Chicago Dec. ii I,, list their
battles for the next gridiron year. New
alignments among the western inter
collegiate leiiib rs, the dropping of old
time friends from the programs uf
some of the leading institutions, inter
sectioii.'il contests and brand new all
wesiein H'.Tiips are due fur appearance,
according to tin- college authorities.
Th" meeting will be an innovation
in at least ne Important respect. The
coaches and managers decided ester
day to meet the day the Mig Nine fac
ulty representatives sit on the prob
lems of cuiifertnce polic.v. and th two
bodies Will co-operate. It is believed
this scheme will insure better working
1 oildit lolls between tile theoretical and
practical nds of colli go legislation
and tli.it minor mistakes uf former
years will be avoided.
Tin- fact thiil the meeting has been
called fur it Saturday indicates Dial
Ihe I. ashless will In- disposed of ill one
day, iiiiil Ihuse com ei neil are already
laboring to gei their reports mid sug
gestions boiled down to the point of
ilitelligihilit v . It is predicted lllilt the
professors will get Just as much done
in one ila as in two.
Tlie Mig Nine authorities have
thrown up their hands on the Michi-
.itll eipistlon. Despite the ll-cisi'm of
ihe Michigan legents ii-t tn apply for
re admission the coaches fear the Wol
verines may change their minds be
fore next ear.
t 'oti.' idcru ble trouble was caused this
cir by tin- fact ihut certain Institu
tions wailed fur Michigan to decide on
sunn- course and found themselves
forced lo arriiiig" their program un-
J satisfactorily as a result. The coaches
feel that scvciiil different waves of
sentiment may stir Ann Arbor before
the opening of the 1 :' 1 4 season, and
Ibis Is one reason they want to meet
on the same date as the professors.
Minnesota is one of the institutions
that waited for Michigan mul lost out.
The (h pher authorities claim that this
procedure gave their schedule the ex
tremely ragged appearance it assumed
during Ihe present series. I'lavinu only
Wisconsin, I'hieagu and Illinois uf the
confer lice teams. Ihe ib.phers laid
themselves open te the hat ge uf stag
ing 21 second-class list of games. The
.Minnesota nllbials me nut. however,
guilty of breaking a conference rnb
hv playlirc lesi thai, four conference
Irving Mawrciue has arrived here
flum th- West, where he has been lo
cated lur the past few years, and is
visiting with bis parents.
Capt. Jesse I . Meads of Co. A. En
gineers vCas pleasantly surprised at his
home last evening, the occasion being
the iinniveisarv of his birth
WILL RETURN TO PERU.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Kingston will
leave this afternoon for New York
where they will visit fur a short time
In fere departing for Cello lie Pasco.
Peru, wlure tlay will make their home.
Air. and Mrs. Kingston have len visit
ing wlih Mr. K illusion's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Kingston of Iroquois
FUN L RAL OF R03ERT OLSEN.
The remains of Ihe late Ko'in rt . li
nen, who p is-ed away lu Detloit this
week. 111 rived here thin moinin,'. The
funeral services will be held at J
o'clock Monday afternoon from the
residence. .'OS Florida street, laurlum.
Rev. A. U Heidi-man i fTlciat in.
Tho Michigan experiment station
promises to have nn Interesting ex
hibit ii'iimn .Ton Improving lines ut tho
Sixih National Corn exposit Ion nf the
fair grounds, Dallas. Texas, Fob. 10-24.
1 (,))! 1,1,1 it: i H.i M- lur. i...ki .iiic ai
FROM RUCK LAW
Operation in New York State Has
Failure of Ihe attempt to procure the
approval of the hist legislature fur a
"buck" law has not dimmed the inter
est of the men who insist lh;it Michi
gan will dine to have sin h ii law if lis
deer hunting is In be preserved, illld
who see in it 21 measure that would
greatly decrease the number of acci
dents !n the woods. They Intend to
do what the.v imi to make converts to
the plan, and will seek every oppor
tunity to urge their views un Michi
gan hunters and legislators.
Tin- operation of such a law and
benefits derived in New Y rk state are
thus d-si ribi-d in a dispatch from Al
bany. "With the (lose of the deer
si asoii tonight the conservation cum
nilssiuii announced that althuvh nine
teen hunters and guides hud been kill
ed .11 New York Ibis fall only five laid
met ip'alh while hunting deer. f these
two had been mistaken for deer. The
coniinission attributed the cumpara
livcly small loss ol life to the enforce
ment of Ihe recently passed 'buck" law
which il chariictcrly.es us 'rmt onlv a
Wl'cut prulei I lull lo (he deer hut also a
Liatifv ing conservator of human life.'
This buck law requires a hunter t"
lake no deer except those having
horns three inches long. This require
ment makes hunters shoot carefully,
the statement sa s."
That 1 he passage uf a bi.-k' law
would greatly increase the difficulty of
a suciissful deer hunt in Michigan
there can be no doubt." admits 11 well
known local sportsman, "but in every
populous stiite where there is any deer
hunting I It they have had lo come to
it. mid W- vv ill have to (utile tn it in
M iehii mi. Kuch year the timber re
serves sue being mure and more open
ed up and the ncruachmeiits nf set
tlers un tiie furesls are constantly
driving, the deer inio restricted areas.
We Will soul' have to protect the llo-S
to save the deer.
"No more serious mistake in connec
tion with the Michigan game laws was
ever mad.' than the fixing of the Octo
ber season effective this year. The
(-laughter of docs was excessive. The
restoration of the November 10-110 sea
son has worked considerable Improve
ment, but too IUUIl does lire still being
killed. To withstand the ravages of
the wolves iiml the Increased annual
hunting, the deer must breed protici. il
ly -md to make this possible the i..i-.i
must be saved.
"All sportsmen who have a desire to
insure hunting in the upper peninsula
I-rests over a long period of years
should look up for themselves the
l t at if.v ing results in preserving the
deer ami the comparative Hied. an
from accidents secured by the Luck
law in other states. I am confident
tlu-y will be cunshlerabl.v impressed
and will be inclined to help the aul
t.i t ii n fui a buck law in Michu-'an."
PREPARE RINK NEXT WEEK.
Floor to Be Greased, Roof Repaired
and Alterations Made.
It has practically been divided that
the work uf placing the Palestra in
cnnditioii for Ihe winter reason will
be Iicmiii during the coming week. Uc
pairs will be made to the roof, the in-li-rii
r of the big amusement place will
be put in condition ami tho floor will
be greased, so that ice making tna.v
be begun :is soon ii.v favorable weather
arrives It is g-rierall felt that the
cohl.r w ciit her will arrive noon and
that it will be possible to skate 111 th
ing amusement place at least by tin
t'.ist uf th" month.
MAKING GOOD PROGRESS.
F.x.ell nt progress Is being made with
the Installation of the new front for
the nrnth side of the Faiuett building,
which Is to be occupied by the Fln
layson grocery and it Is expected the
work will be completed by the middle
of next week. The fpvnt will be very
artistic, with a deep set doorway, sim
ilar In every way M the fronts of the
I l evin block nnd the linns utore In
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PROPOSAL VERY POPULAR.
Plan to Establish Village Park on Isle
I.uuriiim residents mv great l in
terested in the plan recently pro, used
'that Ihe village acquire pusscssioii of
il glollp of lots nil Isle Uoville streel
lu be used for park purposes. The
project has been dis'iis.m-i informally
ny the council members arid has met.
with much favor. It is not unlikely it
will be taken up forma II.v during the
winter 111. iii t lis and if the properly can
lie .secured for a. nominal figure, the
transaction likely will lie closed.
The lease held ,y the village oil the
present playground expires during the
coming summer iind there is a ossi
bilitv it i annul be renew d on Hi
same terms. If the park and play-
M'oi.lul movement is to he fostered,
therefore, it will be necessary to se
cure a new site.
Tile lots 111 question ale owned liV
the I.anriiirn Mining company and sur
round the Palestra, comprising prac
tically th- entire block between Third
and Fourth streets, Isle Ilojalc and the
Copper Kanae tracks. It Is felt that
the mining company, which has al
wavs l.een disposed to eo-opei ate with
public spirited moves of this kind.
Would be willing to dispose of the
surface rights on very fair terms and
thus a. permanent park site could ,h
acquired Which could b- improved
l-ru'ltially nt 1 "inpaial iv 1 l small ex
pense. PRIZE WALTZ IS FEATURE.
In 11 niu. t imi v.itli rhe dan-e to be
i-. .y the Illinium orchestra of
ten pieces iii the leurium town hall
Thursday evening, Dec. 4. tin- lirst of
a seri-s of dances to lie given on al
ternate Thursdays by this orchestra,
it is announced lln-tv will be a prize
Willi.. It is expected this feature will
Will Monroe of Tiiniaiack street has
accepted .1 position ill the '. - H.
mine oMi -i .
is row or: at
to reduce my
ot new Merchandise in ten days.
There will be a
JCut Price Sale
on in all departments.
COME EARLY TO GET FIRST
J I GIVE PEOPLE'S TRADING
J STAMPS. J
EDITH LA NORA