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L TUESDAY, OCT. 5, 1909.
THE CALUMET NEWS. floukton Department TELEPHONE SOUTH 199 GREAT GAIN SHOWN IN LAKE COMMERCE REPORTS Month of August Was a Htcord Break er in Vo'umo of Buimut on the Chain of Lakes New Mutual Liner North Star Successfully Launched at Detroit on Saturday. DfFUIY INSPECTOR FOR.TIIE U. P. Will ENFORCE IAW Proprietors of Department stores in Upper Peninsula Will be Required to Reduce Working Hours of Fe male Clerks to Nine Hours Daily if Rule is Not Already in Effect. Lake comm. rev during the month of August, 1 as Imliiat.d by the tU urcs of tn.il U' m n r-t i." shipmints from ml Like i . i im. was larg r tkan during ii ii v month i . i- whit h reports have b -n tli.. 1. 1,.-. .ii ,,f if it iwii.-.. ..flill'.e In c!UoI U' UP lit II. lit lime, in 1 tt r P.tzputruk. dtputy t.ty building ami factory ini ccter for the upper in iiinsul i, imvv intcuJs to a I .!.- parts t the Uw undir whi-.h lit' is Working that he l as nut bci n supply of white .in but there are s-tiit vast rcsirvts f other vovJj, ll:' cut ting of which will tf in piogris a generation hciu-o. Tin re is uot oin' of the 15 counties of the disti i t vhir lon.-Ui will nut lo Mifi'l) in: logs, ce dar products, pu!pwood. c'rdwo.d or tan hark for decades to i"iin-, even without n fiTt-M.it l'-ri. ami th. lutur work is now ti i:ij lakin up and ptoui i.i!t to attain wry large proportions. U. of M. Greatest Beneath Sun Regent Chase S. Osborn Eloquent in Mis enthusiasm Over the Splendid Collesiate Institution Which is Among the first in the Lund of all Lands. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. d by tin- 1. p.n tin. 'it o: c iir.riii iw and labor at W.ish;r.ein. Th- Aucust ship ments in tin- domestic tra.lo of ull kinds of men handi.- agn gated 12. 51, ".'7 net fns, compared with 1". 00."... 4iV lif t ims S.Vppc.l during .MynU"l. I anil 1.' lJ.'.I.Vt r.it tons shipped, tinging A'.isiht. !'.J'iT. the latti r figure! being the larg.-si monthly t"t ii h'-rc-j t;. it.- ri-r !-.i by t'i- butcuu. Th unusually l .rt'. .--'.iii im-nts of Irn orcj ui- mainly n sj .n-i!.!.- for tl..- I.irccj monthly t t..l. The :i -'i.thly sl.o."'"i.ts of grain ami !ias. . d wire btlu.v 1 1 : -1 At.-ju-t f!ii-i:: tits :'.-r l.i.-t y ar, ami' th- ."a:i-f is tn:- i f t! f C"Hih.n--il lialsl j an. I M.tt i " l .-!'i;.Mi. r:t f .r t:. Th- t'.t.:l AiJfiit nvv. .'i f n iht thi .11:1 the I" i Ii- t tuns. a'lSi. 1 rain vfr t!:-- 1 t'Tn .-ji iii. 1 f 7. ":. in t t..i;s ;. inly in th.. tiur TI1"V ni -f V nn'iu!;. nt f r.i-r. !. ,i lar:i is t .tal h'W n .il.li" jiid oaiisi- "f h.'Vins niiTo imi-oruint ni.it tus t,j attoinl to, ys the M.n.n Journal. rroi'i i't'Ts 'f K i artnu nt ftoris will he rnjuind to pro uk ats lur Kil l ihlk? to ho Us. ,1 w hi n tiny aii- not .t work, and the woik.ns h lis lor Kills w'.'A W iiniind to r.ino h.iurs a day. or lifty-f.u:r h.ours ;n iav.ll Wtik. In a'.l of the l-irt r iiti s of tin- d.s triit m-'.st of tin- il'fks are girls. In most 01 the hi tons the girls L .n work at o'l.ock in tlu liLTiiins .nd nuit at 6 in the t vi n;:::. lii ins one d.nni r. In s..mi- towns w hi ri is ale 01 II l..e tViniliKS "i .. Ll.-o "II Saturday, the law Violated, as the li:s are then le- suiiol t-i i'Ut ;a froi.i one t three l;..uIS e.-tra. Mr. h'llziiattiek fays this conu.t.on w:.l have to he ehan'id, a h: is uiid.-r .-irut msirm. tiuiis Jr-.m 11, v. A. J. K. z. k left y tird.y aft r- 'oii for Milwaukee on .1 husm-ss trij Two adJ.tionjI iiit lK-..ti.'iis of llons for 1 iii.i nshin in January have li 1 11 iH.sted hy C unity Oetk Kieharilson Tlie ai'i lii-ants and the usual data fol low: Josi ih t'hate'.. ti..r!i in t'.uuid.i n sides in Ki arsarse. arm id In lMl oiaf Jinsen of Swiilen, resides In IIiih-iuK. urrivid in 1?C. Miss Ohristiii,- Anns of New York 1 .It monstratin; Vah rtine orii nt.il pi r fume at I-inc's t-t.Tt thi we k. Prof Onie been ihcttd diTiHtor and V. J. in.nstjn vanacer of th Is!,. R-yale tand. Tie organlzati will rive a dance at Hurontown iri hall the tvn;n of .t. 27: It all he hid . f Wi- Os!orn oS lti niviz. w hii li t'li the north nil 'cian 1 thtted in tatted he !lt lllS nsin w h f the t ail? no s.ii.1 lis to the l"n;vrsii 11 Ki Kent v'haso S. ,1 oi l P. of M. was Thin- u;v many thln.es t ' t -ni.il !'de tr. it. rs fr :m inJi.VH t d nion-trate his hut if you want to si-e re nal life alt the eriee :ind 1 lit 1 k- and ttithusiasin wltn vv ntcn a trout haps at a tly, ohs, re this kmmi- thmau frnn Sault Ste. Mario t u. w hen home one rises f ri 'iiark th it YOUTHFUL DEFRAVITY. iuu.r f the st i.ay d of t! n.irt! hound m.v vt -..ft if t! rt. d nt w r. A i-.:st. s'na ;;. ttj --t: tri. the this I lie I art 1 Th tr.il A ') rl 1 t :.-'uri traf: t..tal f th- . was ; C oT-S throu.h th. J.ris. .1 U'.l'.. 1. ii' t t 1 on than tl: Th- v . s r t .i:i:u-t 31 I rnov ri2ht! !il 'f ..'m-.st ;--n 1 :n nt mn.,1.-. n.ih to il for th" Sault t -ns. a m;l-rorreiion,!. Marie a- North Star is Launched. Ix troit Ft . I'r.'ss of Sunday n-. rtii.c th- launehintf of th- f the Mutual Transit a r suli' r;il!i r at t: faid eon-' rn' N. w N -rth S '., vhi. h w l'ortaK- lake Ma-t' r th- C"n V.. Lloyd wag th" linmhiiiK of :.t th- St. I-ak's Kn-iii A s th- r-ir s nt I.e.' pi. :i i Kdwin f ;-n-r.i of th. e-iit-r of th- r ; 11 S. Lloyd ..f i:.ifTah. 1 S ipt-riM' nd. nt W. Mutual Trail-it Co.. of iin-r. ft nt th-st.'nri-r N'ortli Star I. hint of tli- (".f .it 1; V--rks y M-rduy. itii- of th- Mutual hip as that it Transit (' . th- lad na:n-d th it 1. ft th- ways. :nid siw to it w . w ell 1 hrist-tn d. Tin r- v;i mm h r. iret. that tin PulTal.t party did ii"t inchid- Presi dent and C-n-riil Maii.if r ( M. If. aid i f the Mutual line, hut Mr. H' aid wns Ullf tint Ii hie f) His :ihsi nee h Antoni.. r. p. -sail j Liik'lm eri.". Works Th" Norlli Star to he l;i 11 11 h-d this ly crowing (! t f th" Co., find is pr:n I ie;il! to th liin-d that 111 1 of th- w ho is is th- ar e-r-tnony. f Pr-sid- nt ir-iit Lake In th- e;,st. third ship th- rapid- Mutual Transit a duplie.,t" ot th" istaneh ht-iiin North ,S.;i, that 1 ar, and that n The N'-rth Star ;,nd will e.ury f r'-iKlit. Sh. v ot" -nini; of n.ivl North L.iki and wilt in early in tho w ar- in eommissioti. ' ::v 1- t :i th- k- 1 about h'i'i'i tons of II eon.- out .it th. atjon in lUl'i. Th- Mutual Traii-it !r. push il to t iiK" fr'il-'ht .vhipM all ";ir wnl h in I r.il li- in b tb r 111 has liipidly nt ranks of th- pack . and with the n-v. ration, tli- line n-xt o-itioii to ear" for it- h ip- than eVT. ONE ON COL. COX. Some One Slipped One Over on Known Military Man, How i'i.t '".ran I Kapi'ls, Th- pal- h Mi. hii: i'"hl - to th in, nds It ! a'sila (.r-iit 1 viper i know 11, la hi a III- ci to eiii: v is. Put over r 11 rn ie-i r ,at iona MIKhloll, I. .1. N. " Hill Ull U 1.1 11 y lltal nit - 1 i 1 ; r 1 and ae 4-- a- ih. I .ni in I 1 1 w -a I li, I1U.11111. ii, and w.i di. t Am :i put., P.- Well h of th" a r"i-int'-r. -I oiintr -." Cox r this 11' IliL-hl- .1. 11 1 1.1- soim HI th III. iipp-d 'III liim in Ih- lrht far I"- it !iom (' Mow'.' Simply trallf-poMtion o tliinsi rijil of a Th- n i otd w ii "Kilter, d the State liiHt-ad of that it i "I 'nit' d SI it- h." And t he ' l-'illfedel iiey, 11 m Isn't tlHI'by tl'iiMonniis he?" til pat I' a tr: I. Cox. by slippii.-. in .1 letters on him hi e I'll! HI v' t' tan s 11 "old lnl n. 1-1 to hav- r. ad "lAiee of the Tinted l.".iks of th f that wasn't f C..I. Co? why, what h Mis Kli.ab. th Zi'iim r has resume. hr duties at th" llouKhtoii i.ohtoffler 11 ft r a h nthy lllnosx. The funeral of Mih. S'liiiii llibbard whose death oeeiirred Saturday, way h Id y.-.st. i.hiy from St. Un;itiu.' rhureh. Th" deei ib nt was ."4 years of :iw and Is survlvd lv her husband mill on" con, tfuWr.be fnr The News. !I.iartenes? In n rhlld nuh.lect to iloup is a Mire ind i-ii t Ion of the up proaeh of th" disease. Jf Chamber lain's Couch Remedy is uiveu at oliee or even after the (rou; y eoiu;h has up. peared. It will prevent the attack. Contains no poison. Sold by K;k1o Vnc Store. - Calumet, nnd I.nurliim rharm.iry, Iuirlutn, . nt of labor to me that as will as other piovisi'iis of aw, .ir.- liv 1 up to. Seats for Girl Clerks. . tioil I't. which renuiies stilts f-r is.- of the ku!s when ii"t at vvurk r-a'.s foil.. as; "All persons who 1 in: : .v f-mal' s in stor-s. slioi-s. of- tU 1 a or manufactories, as ilitks, as--ist.iiits, epiiative-i ur heiptrs in any bijs.ro ss, trade or oceupation carried on or opt rated by Hu m. tdia!l be re 'ijir'd to prcKure ami provide j ro-t r and t-uitable s- uts for all such f--m.iles, and .-hail permit the use "f .-ueh (.ll!. rists or .sto-'is as may be -ary, and shad not inak. any .ir :y rul-s. rcKul.itioiis ur or.l-rs nlilu; the Use of such irtools, i.r s ats it t reasonable tine s. No cm ploy, r of I. male hi l. shall 11. filed ' or i'fj." to i-ioviile M-ats as provided in this net, nor shall make any rub s. or ib is or r Kulutioiis in their shops, stores ,,r otht r p!.n s of business l - juirint; f-mah s to rtniiiin standjiiK when ti t ii' et ssariiy in service or la bor then in." lb- provision r uuiatlnir tbe m- ployirieiit of females and minors and tli.- hours tiny are to work is as fol lows: "No male und r tin. ae- of is years, iiud no It male, hiill he employed in any f.c t"rv. mill, warehouse, work- ihop, elothini:. lr s.-inakin or milli nery . 'tabli-hiii' nt. or any plaee whi re th- manufaetui e of any kind ot K Is is carried "ii, or where any K'"ls are j.ri j .i r-il for manufat tin ine, or in any laundry, stop-, shop or any "tie r iiu rcinti:.. t stahlishmeiit, for a p. riod of lun m r th in an aver uuc of niii" hours in ;i day or fifty-four hours in any w t- k n -r more than t-n hours in any day. Provi'b tl, however, that th- provision of this s-i tioti in r"h'ti"ii to tbe hours of employment shall riot apply to nor affect any pers-m eiia' d in pr sei viii; p rishabl" Roods in fruit and v tabl" canninir stahlishim nts. No f-uiiil- under the ae of IS years shall bo employed in any liianufaetur inif stiilili.-hiii.rit between the hours of 0 o't lm k 1 1, in. and ; o'( lock a. in. No child limb r the an" of Pi y.-ais .'hiill b" employed In any m.inufac lutiiit establishment or workshop, mill, up til' SS' ligi r serviei: in this Mate bituei-n the hoillH of (j o'( lo ) p. III. and 0 o'elo. 1; il. Ill , except as, Itl"HH n- i!'-r for ii tel.-rapli or telephone cotn piiny or in the postal ""rvi.-. of the I'liite,) stnt'-s." Tenement House Wok. Aiiolh'r provision of the law that Mr. I'itzpatriel: intends to jfivv iitten tion to in fortiori TJ, whh h refers tn .v.uk in t ii'-nunt houses, Cn.b-r it 110 room or apartment In any tenement or dwiMlin house shall he usi-d for the manulai tor" of coats, vests, trousers. Ml"" l'iil.ts. "V. rails, skiits. dresses, cloaks, hat-, cap, susp' lolers, j. rv yH, bloiiMs, Wiii.-t", waistbands, iiiid'-r-w. ar. nee)-: w.-ar, furs, fur trimming, fur i-'ariiients. shirts, hoisery, purses. attilirid flowers, cigarettes and no p ron, firm or cor I'hall hire or employ nnv ' vvoik in ;if,y room, upart In any building or purls iit making In whole or in of the ;irtie!e.s m-iiliori'd in without first ohtaininj it from the faetorv ln- I'U- or ..lie of his deputies, HtiltillK maximum numb, r of persim al d to he eiu.Ioyed th' n in and lv- fh- faets eoncernilitf the Siililtiiry ma. ns or the room in which wmk ' ''iff done. In no case shall a per i Kianie.i until an inspection of prornlsi s is made bv thp Inspect 1 ml inspector him the ilKht nnd power to inter any mine, mill, fue .-n.ie or oilier place W li'T" ITK II or women tin; 1 inph.yed f ir the pur pose f ,-.,lb-einK data relating to tin 111 11 1 r. ,.r 1.1 .... " "' la.'iir, w litre 4. H.inllaUon, conomieai ,! n.luslrlnl condlllon etc ir he liu.ls incompetent persons operating c;iKe ,,r devhi-s of any kind h- has the p.wer to compel their employers to replace them. At a ! d f. dstcnt v i ekly a radwav stati n the oth.r day tr.h m.tn irom the countrv" v i. Id the prtssin: s-'.ieit..ti.n of a per- newsbi.y and bought a penny paper. Put here was a difficulty a sh'.hlnc. no d.aiisi' and the tncine i f the train giving unn.ist.ikahle evi.Unee of t . dy d. parture. Th.- bargain was about to he cancel. ol when the boy "'UIltccre.l to pit tin? sdH-linr chanced into pence. "Put. paid the k- nt. "p- rhaps you will not return with the ehvin pone Ti." boy's face wore an injured look. "If y.'U are afraid to trust me. sir," paid he, and there w;is the 1-ast trace of einoti ui in his voice, "you can have the Otht r eleVt-n enpiefl as security." S-iin tninir suspiciously line mois ture came into the ..hi man's iyc. lie ciiiiict-ii into the briKlit. open coun t-nance of the boy, and lie felt llearti- lv a.'hamcd of himself as he mechan ically mill out ins hand fir the rc- mainSn; eh-vi n i opb s. Ho watched the little fellow as be trotted down the platform till h. rail- e.i round a corner and was lost to si'ht. Fifteen seconds later the engine save a final shriek, and the train slowly glided out of the station. lie man gl.tne.-il round at his fellow pas-engtrs and handed a cpy of the pap r to c.tch one from bis pile. Me Sil id nothing, but be Feeinetl to be thinking. London Tit-Pits. any sch o; on earth I any bitter for any purpose .-r anybody at any istajo i f the g.ime than the I'niv. rsity of MKliii.Mii. n-d.rn wi'.l vr;ib the mili tant bantu r of the maize and blue in one hand an.t ris unceremoniously, hroa.lsi.les. upon the unconscious of ft nd r. Of cotirno hi !;incu;ice Is al- vvavs bc.iutitui an.l ins i.-nper ennre ly subtcrranoous but there Is no mis- t.ikiiiir l is earnestness. In fact it . worth whib fiT mrtst any son of Mich igan to give himself a collection "f good ll patriotic thrills such as no- np.iny every f ackiige of dsborn lT. of M. t '.oiiumi o. "The Pnivcrsity of Michigan Is the greatest cosmopolitan school In the rll." dedans Mr. rOhborn whom vernor Wartur placed on the gov erning board or regents imt so very long ag . "There may be special fields of endeavor in which our neighbors excel us. such as geology and agricul ture at the I'niversitv of Wisconsin. Put when you remember that t he- Michigan Agricultural college and tho IT-uuliton Mining school are also n part of Michigan's state collegiate I'jipmcnt you can insist upon Mich igan's scholastic supremacy even in fields of specialization. "And the great University of Mich igan itself is a specializing leader. Tt is, for example, the only si hool In the world, out vide of distant Italy, where the intricacies of turbine inginoerln.; are dl.-closcd. It possesses the only naval experimentation tank in any sclm.d and th- only one outside of the r vern:ni nt's own laboratories. It bad in experimentation in cement. It lias 110 superior beneath the living sun In the" general linos law, medi cine and the arts. It Is an old school, and yet it Is new. It Is old in tradi tions, ol.l In gl uy. old In triumphs. Put it is new in its vl'jor and enthu siasm and search alter progress. And need I add that '.t has. taken the laur els of the land to crown the brows of its deserving athletes What nam In the past has typified the ultra upon the football gridiron? Michigan: (Anl it will be a renewal of the old tri umphs this year) What name Is the synonym for victory on truck and baseball field, for honesty In sports manship, no matter vvbat Its kind? Michigan! "There are other splendid colleges In our fair land. There are other Bplcn did educators. Put no son of Michi gan need ever blush for a single pass ing moment of the story of Ann Ar bor's cam pus and its line old battle ments. Our equipment is superb. We have erected $2,000,000 of new build ings almost within the passing months. We have raised great educational lead ers for other states and other hcIiooIs; but we have retained more than we have sent away. We hive graduated some of the noblest citizens, whom our republic Is proud to call her own. Wo have the spirit and enthusiasm. We have the breadth which com'-s with the schooling of students from Occident and Orient. Michigan! Its university Is the brightest Jewel in America's collegiate- crown!" And accompanying every eulogy !s a, satisfying bill of juu tlculara, art in-Ilntunt. Mongolian May Make New Record in Aerial Flights BAKING BY ELECTRICITY. The eiettrie. oven of .1 bakrrv nt Kerns. Su it,, rliind. is about iigbt foot !') Ly. Cour.. vt'id'i, vvitlL-ii, bakiug sur face (,f three siiiar.- yards, ami will make pin pounds of bread at a tune in two poumi ami tnree Miuml naves. Th- furnace has 42 electrically heated tubes, puking heat is reached In two hours, and in twelve hours eight 100- bound batches of broad can be baked. nt a cost of 1.6 cents per pound for heating. Popular Mechanics. KING OF PORTOLA CELEBRATION y.i If 1 11 Mi 11 1 il s 1 ' hit' 'Li t ii. v " d (sA If v j MTfV LLTt-., . f Wi z Vt-' V'-- V? M ' 'M.ii rr4- f ix 4 i i, 4 4fn"i V 4 Be Wise iii Time You cannot keep well unless the bowels nrc regular.' Neglect of this rule of health invites half the sicknesses from which wc suffer. Keep the bowels right ; otherwise waste matter and poisons which should pass out of the body, find their way into the blood and sicken the whole system. Don't wait until the bowels are constipated; take They arc the finest natural laxative in the world gentle, safe, prompt and thorough. They strengthen the stomach muscles, and will not injure the delicate mucous lining of the bowels. Ueecham's Tills have a constitutional action. .That is, the longer you take them, the less frctjueiitly you need them. They help Nature help herself and Keep the Bowels Healthy Bile Active & Stomach Well In Uoacs 10c und 25c. with full directions GRAMOPHONE SAFE LOCK. The Yankees' latest is the gramo phone lock for safes. Fitted in the door of the safe, in place of a keyhole, Is a mouth-piece; und t open the safe it la necessary for the owner tu press a spiing which tats a phonograph cyl inder in motion und then speak into thy mouthpiece the keyphrase record ed on that cylinder. Put this Is not nil, for the vibrations of the voice speaking the keyphrase must coincide exactly with thy voice vibrations re corded on the cylinder. Dally' Graphic. A QUITE NATURAL HESITANCY. Mr. IJrown, looking for his wife, usked tho cook: T.ridgct, can you tell me of my wife's whereabouts?" Prldgct, evidently embarrassed, hes itated before replying, "I think they are in the wash, sorr." Success Magazine. f-.itb. r- or cigar... porni em I" 1 sons in' nt or buiMinv put any llll-l w r It t Speel th" low 1 Ing I'll" Is b m It the t ion, . II LUMBERING NOT NEAR END. Will be Important Industry in Upper Peninsula for Years. Although Michigan's upper penimm. li has been denuded or much of li wealth of timber, lumbering wi ) an Important Industry In the region for n preat ninny yrnrs It trn (nrit fearful Inroads have hern made in the Ir f-. ' u Ui i , j I cm 5ta FUNG JOE GUEY AT WORK IN HIS 8 BY 10 LABORATORY IN OAK LAND, C HINATOWN. Kan rraiiclsco, Oct. 5. The Purloin celebration, which is to bo held in San Fianilsco In October In honor of Capt 'Jasper de I'ortolii ,whu discovered San l iiiruisco bay, and who becuino the first governor of California, promises to be the biggest affair of tho kind ever held in tho far west. 'treat Prltain, l-'rimee, (Jennany, Italy und Japan have already tdgtiifled Governor LKnseii has decided to cull their intention of sending warships of n extruordlnary session of thy Illinois Oakland, Cal.. Oct. 2. Success has at last crowned thy efforts of the only Mongolian airship builder on record to date. His airship actually flew for i period of over twenty minutes, dem onstrating beyond the question of i Vubt that he has succeeded after years of hard labor, j rue, lus airsnip dropped to tho ground, nllghtly damag ing It, Bt the end of this time, but that is nothing more than has hap pened to other successful ulrshlp build' rn. " 1 The demonstration took place In the Piedmont hills hint week before a small crowd of interested friends and the flights were 'entirely satisfactory. It has'ftlwnys been charged against the Japanese and Chinesu that tlu-y lack the inventor's initiative, claim ing they vvrc thy most expert copy ists In the world, .but that I hey pos sessed little or no Inventive ability. 'iuey's success seems to contradict this theory. He lias followed the bi plane .const ruction so popular among American Inventors nnd while ho has to some extent followed the lines t the Wright pi-others' and Curtlss" planes his ulndilp possesses many new and striKing feutures. This Chinese aviator has made a reputation during the last few years as mechanician and inventor. lie is bucked by t wenl thy Chinese mer chants Mf San Kranclsco, who want him to develop electrlcul power for them in China and open thy flowery kingdom to modern Invention. lie was ready to start for tho orient with ample capital several months ago, but could not wean himself nway from his airship, n model of which he bad been laboring over for yenrs. lie wanted to lly first, und then, bo said, he was ready to Introduce electrical power In to China. His airship, is now built and the motor is being put In it. The ma chine resembles that of the Wright brothers, but has Improved facilities for binding, according to the inventor, Fung Joe Ouey learned what he knows of mechanics and electricity by working for eight years in electrical shops ami spending his nights poring over books nnd In experiments. Ills looks ho had to translate llrst from English into Chinese by means of a dictionary before be could make prog ress with them. He seldom goe3 to bed before 3 o'clock In the morning. His advances In science have been made at the tost of remarkably labor Mid pcrsvvereuce. Ho has invented many Improvements in electrical mo tors, constructing the working mod' Is himself, and constructed and put in operation In his little room in China town a perfect wireless telegraph ma chine. All of bis studies and cxperl- incuts for many months have been tarried on In n room that is not 10 feet long and less than S feet wide, In which he sleeps as well. He came to the nolle,, of the Oak land poller more than a year ago by exposing a wireless telephone com pany that was composed of sharpers, pt ing merely a Chinese, he was per mitted to investigate the machine and soon found that it was a fraud. He told the policy and arrests followed, as the promoters had sold stock on the representation that they bad n tele phone that worked without wins, when such was not the ense. Great secrecy 1ms surrounded the making. of Fung Joe Guey's airship. It was removed to the Piedmont hills few days ago for the finishing touches The Inventor declares that be will fly hs well as the aviators who have mad records for themselves. BASEBALL STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National Leaguo. W. L. lVt. Pittsburg 107 42 .718 Chicngi 101 4S .fi7S New York CO .010 Cincinnati 7 7J .5oo Philadelphia 70 7S .4'J0 St. Louis 53 J5 .3.-.S ProoUlyn 4G 10J .SI 1 llostoii . 43 100 .L'S!) October, A. D. PJOll, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be und Is hereby appointed for exam ining and allowing said account and hearing said petition. It is further ordered, thut public no tice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, oncy each week, for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, in tho Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. GIOO. C. HKNTLKY, (Seal) Judgyof Proute. A true copy. j GKO. I). KKKEMAN, f Uegister of Probate. 1 W. J. M'COUMICK. I Attorney for Administrator. American League. W. L. I'ct. Detroit US 51 .045 Philadelphia 1)5 5X .021 lloston HI 03 .501 Chicago .'78 74 .513 New York 74 77 .410) Cleveland 71 2 .464 St. Louis 61 V.i .407 Washington 42 115 .268 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. National League. Philadelphia at New York. Poston at Prooklyn. Chicago at St. Louis. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. Chicago 8; Pittsbur 2. Chicago, 111., Oct. 5. Chicago closed the National league season today by defeating the ' champion Pittsburg team. K. II. P.. Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 08 11 2 Pittsburg . . . .2 0 0 0 0 on 0 0 2 5 2 Palterles: provvn and Moran; Frock and Gibson. New York 6; Philadelphia 5. New York. Oct. 5. Philadelphia' for feited the second game in the fourth Inning to New York, It to 0. The lltt?t contest wns won by the home I1.1I.E. . . .0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 fi 8 0 ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 05 1 1 3 Wiltsy and Wilson; Cr STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate court for the County of Houghton. At u session of said court, held at the Probate office In tho village of Houghton in said county, on thy tlr-sl day of October, A. U., 11)03. Present: Hon. Gcorye C. Uentley, Judge of probate. In the matter of the estate of Tor August Jcrnberg, deceased. Albeit Jcrnberg having llled In salil court his petition praying that u cer tain Instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, per August Jcrnberg; now on lily In said court by admitted to probate, and that the administra tion of sii id estate by granted to him self or lo some other suitably person. It Is ordered, That the 2Sth day or October, A. D. P.ni'.t, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hear ing siiid petition: It Is Further Ordered. That 'public; notice theerof be gjven by publication of a copy of this oriler, once each week for three successive wecka previous to siiid day of hearing, in The Calu met News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. (Seal) GEO. C. p.ENTLEY, Judge of Probate. A true copy. GEO. 1). FPEEMAN. Register of Probate. , O'PKIEN LE GENOnE, Attorney for Petitioner. Pusiness address: Laurium, Mich EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& Hecla Mn'g Co. Who wish to sell their houses or buy houses en Co. Land; who hw rooms to ront or who wish to rent rooms, or invited to advertise in th ooluma without any expense. FOR SALE. FOIl SALE Flvj room house and harn. 373 Calelonla st. FOR SALE House 247 "C" St. Brooklyn 2. , Oct. 5. Prooklyn even In a double- ther respective nations to San Fran cisco to participate In the festivities, which are being planned on such a erale that they bid fair to outrival the famous Mardi Grns celebration nt New Orleans. A at lilval king has Just been chosen ninl he will represent tly Portola him k If. The king will be Nicholas Covar lublii of Santa Parbaru, who has gained widespread fame In California ns a carnival King, Jits oaring ieais of horsemanship date back to the days when tho Spanish still outnumbered the AmTlcnn In mnny nectlnna of the Golden (date. general iisseinbly on Nov. 16 to ileal with primary election legislation and the deep waterways proposition. The prohibitionists of Missouri, de feated In their attempt to force state wide prohibition by legislative enact ment, will resort to tho Initiative und referendum law. .The party leaders ap pear confident that Missouri will Join the list of prohibition states next year. The recent mortality among govern ors of states has been striking. Since the beginning of the year Governors John A. Johnson of .Minnesota, Samuel O. Cnsgrnvp of Washington, George L. Lllley of Connecticut nnd John Sparks of Nevada have passed away. This extraordinary number of gubernatorial deaths within such a i-hoit period of time Is believed to ! without prec- ' dent. It Is In time of udi'-n mishap or nccitient tbat Chamberlain's Liniment can be n-lli.1 upon to take the placi of th- family dot f-r, who can Hot al ways o" rounu at the moment. Then it Is Ihat Chamberlain's Liniment Is never found wanting. In ensen of sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Liniment takes out Hie forrness nnd drives nw-nv ft r.-t.. Hold by Eagle Drug Store, Calumet! nnd Lnurlum Phnrmncy, Laurium. team. Nine York Philadelphia Pattcries: rldon and Dooin. Boston 4; Prooklyn, N. Y, und P.ostoii broke header yesterday. It. II. E. Prooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 02 4 1 l!"l,xi .1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 44 11 0 Palterles: Kin tz. r, Mclntyre and Pirgen; Curtis and Smith. Brooklyn 3j Boston 1. It. H. E. Prooklyn . ...0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 03 12,0 lloston 0 0 1 0 0 0 n a ni 1 Hatterles: Dent and Marshall; Mattcrn and Italrdon. - FOR SALE No. 1013 mall bouse, cheap. Oiceola Roa4 FOR SALE House No. 417 Caledonia street, Albion. FOR SALE I room houa No inn Swedetowu roao. Apply on premise. FOR 8AUS-240I bault B" street. Raytn FOR SALE Lot I, block t Wolvertna St.. Florida. Apply at Mrs. Chapman', boarding house. 123 Kearsarge Street, South. LEGAL f"OTICES. Oct. R-12-19-28. STATE OF MICHIGAN'. The Probate court for the county or Houghton. At a session of said court, held at the probate office In the village of Houghton. In said county, on th 1.. day of October, A. I). lftOl . I Present: Hon. lodge of probate. In the matter of the estate Rohko. decease. 1 John Place o, administrator ' 1m via filed in s.i id court his final n,1,ll.. trillion account, and bis petition pray. Ing for the allowance thereof na the assignment nnd distribution r hJ residue (,f n,i rtno I I ordered, that the 2th day of FOR SALE Sis ruom noUM No 4 Albion. Apply 00 premie or C IL office, FOR SALE J129 Tunnel St. FOR SALE ft room house, No. 424S 10th St. Telloty Jacket. FOR SALK-Housa 1611 Heel .treat George C. Pen th y. of Peter FOR SALE House ftreet.flwedetown. No. 3133 Tunnel z 1 (i!!,f.AL,'rur room cottage, 2202 Mlddlo street, Calumet. x FOR SALE-House No. 4345 Yell-, Jacket, Cone st. It Rejjner.aor, - tfia niym j divided tnb ten papment. There- wJUJ ' FOR RALE-4 room hou.o, No. 403.1 behind Calumet dam. Inquire within. X 'Itetnei aim ' wm, ... . '. 4 WH-rrttrat