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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1909
THE CALUMET NEWS. j Sporting Department - - " - - srffo rnovis big factor IN MODERN FOOTBALL CAME Michigan Line, Thought to bo Weak it Doing Bolstered Up and Backfield Will be Composed of a Trio of Kick ers of Exceptional Worth Scrim niige Starts. j I'm nil fT with tlx alow, leaden footed line-charging typo of gridiron i;mt. 1 :ntr thu speed merchant panel t Hi' ton-socemd notch. The latter species C mob skin wearer never h'n..we-d to better advantage than In tht. opening games f the- champlon !.ni se-usoii last Saturday. Lighter and fv i i't r nun, open football and lower sci.ns pre-valled, tho rooters were bet t, r pl uscel 'and tho hopital list min imised. What more am thu college p, ask? Success has crowned tho efforts f very loat h now a disciple to tho open .stylo of warfare. Take the ease of Minnesota. Where'H the lot.f trust famous In the olden days? Gone und almost forgotten since Williams turned Ihh att ulioii to modern play. McC.ov tru, Johnston, E;ide-m;ichcr anl Pcttl jnhli all of them too light for the varsity machine of former days now luxe a ehanee to win everlasting fame ami positions on tho all-woste rn of i:mi;. The same Is true of all tho 'other vr slern elevens. In Chicago Stagg has 7mm ii pounding away wltli a lmst of lu.litwiigbtoil aspirants for berths on the eleven, each season advancing In thr work until the rooters predict an other t ham' iemship for tho Midway. The stalwart athlete of colossal pro portions noticeable In pant seasons on tlie Iowa and Illinois elevens ulso will have to bend his energies sihmg gome other line possibly striving for the t;isx ,,r slinging the shot or hurling the hammer. Michigan Looks Strong. t,..i..ii..r (.-,, i lh.. 1: t.. ilovclnnments il setins thi.t Coach Yost may liave no turtlu r worry over the lino. Winn th S'piad ilrst reported here It was feare that sufficient strong material coul not be mustered together to make taut competition for the forward positions hut now besides Ponbrook, Smith Wells. Watkins, Edmunds and Conklln who are fighting for tho lino positions id present. Yost Is counting on the presence of Casey and Rih-y, two of last season's veterans, together with Tim I''la una sail, a 220-pound engineer, when practice begins on Ferry Held. The form being shown by tho linesmen and backs in getting off with the ball, makes it evident that early strains and fore muscles have been loft behind. tScorgv Luwton's kicking leg felt belter today. and heT was. placed lit full back. If Yost decides to use the big 1 let roiler between Frconoy and Alh-r-die-e in the back field, these men will make up a kicking trio that has seldom been equaled. Keene Fltzpntrick says: "With the exception of Eelmunds every man In the sipiad Is In the best of condition. Light scrimmage work was started this week to harden the hoys up for the Case game." SUNDAY BALL CASE TO JURY. Indianapolis, Ind.. Oct. 6. Tho case against Manager Carr of the Indian apolis team to test the constitutional ity of the low permitting Sunday base ball, went to the jury late yesterday. No verdict will bo received till tomor row. Although the court Instructed that tho act was unconstitutional, tho Jury was left to decide he question, I n paratory to appeal. FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY. Yale vs. Holy Cross, at Now Haven. Princeton vs. Villanova, ut Princeton. Naval Cadets vs. St. John's college, ft Annapolis. Georgetown vs. Rock Hill, nt George town, 1). C. Phillips Exeter vs. Cushlng Acade my, at Kxoter, N. II. Prown vs. Pates, nt Providence. GOTCH FEARS POLE. Prank Goteh, the heavyweight cham pion wrestler, says that the next man be will oppose must be the one who can defeat Zbyseo. The Polish wrestler, according to Gotch, Is the -most dan porous man In the heavyweight cir cles, and ho wishes to meet the man who can beat him. VaJ Full! Theatre PEASANT PRINCE Empty Sleeve. He Couldn't Dance, But he Learned. ILLUSTRATED SONQSl "After 'While," Spotlight 8ong. Good Night, Beloved, Good Night' By J, A, Marshall. Program changes Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Matinee 2:30; Evening 7:30 AHmiooinni Adults 10c Adults 10c Children 5c nuiiuooiUlli JENNINGS WILL ATTEMPT NEW PLAY IN BIG SERIES Hugh Jennings, the daring and capa ble manager or the Iictn.it Tigers, has been preparing a few news plays which he expects to uncork in the champion, ship series which opens at Pittsburg on Friday. He tried some of the nlavs In the closing games of the American league series und will use them again In the exhibition game against the New York Highlanders today. The most prominent scoring play to be introduced in the world's series by Jennings Is the hit and run with a run. tier on second Instead of Ilrst. That play was worked successfully hy j,,o McGinnlty ut Newark this season, and It struck Jennings so forcibly that he has decided to adopt It. The play is usually worked when there is but one out. The runner on second signals the batter that he Is going to start on a steal for third The batter then smashes at the ball whether It over the plate or not. The Tigers H not work It, however, until tho pi .cr Is in the hole. That Is to say, ,cn there are two balls on the batter. It Is u certainty that the pitcher will try to put the next one over the plute. When the runner starts for third tin base man will naturally run for third. If he does it is up to the batter to hit the ball between shortstop and third. If he gets It through the runner will score every time, as he ulready has a Hying start. Another play that he expects to de velop between now and next l'riday Is the delayed steal, with runnels on first and third, us played by the Giants With Cobb on third he should be abb to get away with It several times dur ing tho series. Cobb Is fast enough to stick to the bag and then score af ler the catcher throws the ball. CARNEGIE WILD OVER WAGNER. Pittsburg, Oct. 6. Although the home town of llonus Wagner is named Carnegie after the lion king of that name, tho sponsor never received such signal honors in that thriving burg as have been accorded to the pirate's famous batter. The Carnegie councils passed a res olutlon congratulating Wagner on his great achievements us a ball player and also emblazoned the citizens' an preclatlon of the enviable publicity he has brought to tho municipality of Carnegie, llonus Is dignilledly referred to all through the resolution as "John Hans Wagner." EXHIBITION GAME TODAY. The Detroit Tigers will play the Highlanders an exhibition game in New York today, the proceeds of which will be tendered ns a testlmon la I to Sam Crane the dean of the base ball writers of the United States. Sam is falling in health and the baseball world has set itself in motion to give him a season of rest in the high alti tudes of the west. Crane has been writing baseball for twenty years. H was formerly a National league play er. A year ago while "covering" th Prince ton-Ysilo football game, Mr. Crane contracted u severe cold. From that he has never fully recovered. DETROIT EARNS HONORS. Team Led the League by Fine Margin in Batting This Year, That the Detroit team merited tin honor of the American league cham pionship is eliown by tho records ut the close of the season. The Tigi rs led tho league by a margin of nine points in batting, and stood third in Holding, only three points behind the leaders. The batting and Holding aver ages at the closo of the season were: Batting Averages. A.IJ P.IT. Pet. Detroit 4997 1324 .20 i Poston 4873 .1216 .2.'.a Philadelphia 4S23 1207 .2'.0 New York 4747 1 ITS .21s Cleveland 4 !.'. I 11 HO .240 St. Louis 48 IS 112(! .2.12 Washington 4X8$ lost! .222 Chicago 4S!I2 1071 .220 West 19GSX 4719 East 19331 4717 ' Fielding Averages. P.O. E. Chicago 4185 2T.1 Philadelphia 4039 233 Detroit 4062 262 Cleveland 400S 273 St. Louis 3869 26C Washington 4023 282 Poston 3988 295 New York 3949 320 .241 Pet. .962 .961 .959 .956 .956 .955 .952 .918 .95k .954 West East 16124 lO.'.S ............15999 1132 TTponWc: COTES Wagner," Clarke, Lcnch.'Lt-ever nnd Phillip were nil members of the Pitts burg champions of 1901-02-03. Newark has yet to win nn Eastern leant pennant. The other seven cities of iho E. J circuit have copped at least one flag. Jack O'Connor looks to be the best man to handle the St. Louis Prowns next season. Jack knows the business from turnstile to flagpole. This year the oldest li'amo In the Carlisle Indians' line-up Is Ilankeo Joe. Ilnnkee piny right half back. Sherwln nnd Incerroll nre doing the kicking for Dartmouth and both ore good punters, ALL AMERICAN BALL TEAM SELECIED BY GREAT WRITER Cobb and Crawford Are B?th Given Places on All-Star Team nnd Matty Mathews is Named as the Pitcher of th Outfit Lajoie Lands Berth on Second Team. New York, Oct. 6. Roy. man Pulger, the sporting editor of the World, has made his selection for an All-Anteiican baseball team for western read -is. Ills selections nnd eomni'-nts follow: Pefore the critical fans begin the work of discussing this choice of the all-Amerlcan team for 1909 liny should tit bust be kind enough to look up the baiting averages of the various players chosen. For Instance, it Is quite likely that a broadside will bo II red at tin choice for second base. Ninety per cent of tho fans would choose Lajoie, while a large number would stick to Kvers of the Cubs and P.oyle of tho (Hants. The records show, however, that Collins has outhit them all and that he Is crowding Ty Cobb for the honor of leading the ltnTue. Tin' choice of Ciibson us catcher Is based on the fact that he has cauehl practically every gatno played by the Pirates and that his throwing arm has been unerring. There are other ( ateli ers who have hit harder than Gibi-ou. but he Is a dangerous man In a pinch. As to the others there can bo little pnstion. .I'or a Holding outfielder I would have preferred to name Lynch, but Crawford Is outbidding them all with tho exception of Ty Cobb. Con siderably more difficulty Is found in selecting the second team than the ilrst. The fact that P.ridwell was se lected for shortstop will probably be a surprise. Fans throughout the coun try look upon him as a left Udder, but they sec that he also Is a cracking good hitter. In batting. Frielwe II Is ahead of all other shortstops except Wagner. Many would have chosen Tinker of tho Cubs, but his batting percentage Is nearly 30 points less than that of P.ridwell. A sharp criticism over the selection of Hummel, Pirniingham and Mitchell is also expected. The fans had betier examine the records closely, however. Py averaging the batting average the Holding average and the throwing abil ity of those three men they will be found far In the lead of all others. These nre my selections: All-Amerlcan Ilaschall Team First base, Chase, New York American. Second base, Collins, Athletics. Short stop, Wagner, Pittsburg. Third base, Devlin, New York National. Left Held, Clarke, Pittsburg. Center Held, Craw ford, Detroit Americans. Eight Hold, Cobb, Detroit. Catcher, Gibson. Pitts burg. Pitcher, Mathewson, New York Nationals. All-Amerlcan Team, Second Choice First base, Chance, Chicago Nation als. Second base, Lajoie, Cleveland. Shortstop, PrldwcU, New York Na tionals. Third base, Steinfcldi. Chi cago Nationals. Left Held, Hummel!, Prooklyn. Center Held. P.irmingham. Cleveland, night Held. Mitchell. Cin cinnati. Catcher, Archer, Chicago Na tionals. Pitcher, Krause, Athletic. Three Factors PITCHER VIC WILLIS ON LEFT, CATCHER GIBSON ON RIGHT, PITCHER CAMNITZ BELOW. Willis, Camnitz and Oibson nre the big facters of the- wining battery work of the Pirates In tho landing of the 1900 pennant. Willis Is the veteran (linger of the Pittsburg staff nnd has been ft consistent winner this season. Cnmnltji Is a younger twirler. He hns been with the Pirates for two noris, but did little work In 1908. Lnt "Pring be began to come fn?t And won mrp1 -'- mwmpZ ; 1 :.lv -.l- m:tftr? WXr- l v rk'SmJ WM W it ";"my :' " 4 1 C&k-.'': :. . 'V';;-.--' I y'AI j mM LIIA mm4 KETCI1EL ISN'T WORRIED BY OVERWHELMING ODDS New York, Oct. C. KVtoln I says lie Is not u bit vvorii' d because John sou Is u favorite at l' to 4 and pro die's that the odds will be much Khort. er before next Tuesday. wh-n they will me. t in a 2"t-rund fi-;ht at Colin-.. Th.e fact that Johnson refused to agree to a 45-round bout is tlw chief rea son for the odds, as It Is believed on the coast that the tie-to will be satis lied to win on points. Ketthel says that as Johnson could not slop Kaufman in 10 rounds. John son will Had it Impossible to score u knockout In the coming mill. "The shoo will bo on the other foot," sas the Michigan lion, "for John.-on will have till ho can do to prevent me front putting him away." Wlllus P.rltt. who is talking night and day, declares that Ket in I will stop the big noe.ro In jig time. Harry Corbett. the 'Frisco sportlngman. Is said to have a fio.ooo commission to place on John.jon. For iuarly four years Jeffries, after leaving tho ring, welched i'7o pounds. If lie ever HiUit.i Johnson he will be at least 40 pounds lighter, which Is ground for the belli" among experts that he will enter tho ring hi a weak ened condition. Jeffries will bo here about October 22. but if he signs arti cles to lU;ht Johnson, many ring fol- lowers will not be convinced that he intends to Indulge In a mill until he actually puts up his bands. EiKht months have elapsed since Jeff lirst decided to train, and according to his own htatcmcnts, ho will require six months after arth h s have been signed to r.et into his best lighting trim. H the boilerm.ikcr playing a waiting game? FENNANT WINNERS IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. 1S7S-1877-1S7S-1S79-1SS0 -1SS1-1SS2-1SS3-1SS1-1SS5-1SSG-1SS7-18S5-1SS9-1S90-1S91-1892-1S93-1X91-1S95-1S90-1897-1S')S-1899-1900-191-1902-1903-1901-1905-1906- -Chicng.-). -Poston. -Postern. -Providence. -Chic ago. -Chicago. -Chicago. -P.eiston. -Providence. -Chicago. -Chicago. -Detroit. -New York. -New York. -Prooklyn. -Postern. -poston. -Poston. -HaUlmon-. Paltluioro. -P.iltirnore. -Poston. -Postern. -F.rooklyn, -J !ro ktyn. -Pittsburg; 'ittsburg. -Pittsburg. -New York. -New York. CI i lea go. in the Pirates' Pennant Winning v CORNISH WRESTLING MATCH ip TTti rniie ittmitimi Copper country sporting interest I" now- centered in the match which Is to take place in Saturday evening at the Calumet theater between Tim Harring ton of Piitto, and Jack Itowett of I!es seinor, for tho championship of the world at the Cornish style. The match will start at 9 o'clock and will continue until one of the contestants is a victor. It will be for a division cd the ate re ceipts, soventv-Hve p r cent going to the winner, and twenty-live per cent to the joscr. The managers of the me n have also ported side bets of $"'00 upon the outcome. Itowett will enter the ring at least ten pounds ho.ivb r than his oppone nt. He1 Is i-xpe-etcd lien? tomorrow, and h't tirs received reetitly indicate that his weight Is 178 pounds, which may be slightly reduced by Satunlay night. Harrington we iKh. d yesterday nnd tippeil the tie-am at 1 OS pounds. He Is In prime condition and de-ponds upon his ability nnd knowh-dRo e.f the game to topple hi Oppone-nt. Indications peiint to a re-cord break inty attendance. The seat sab1 will e.pe'n tomorreiw morning, and nln-ady a blc demand has been expejie-need. It Is ..lilinc.l Mint :i 1arL'. crowd from the ' iron cemntry will come to Calumet to witness the exhibition nnd to wager their money on Pkow tt. WHERE PENN'S COACH IS. Sel Metgar. lVnn's old captain, who coachc-d the best t-:m the- Quakers have- had. in ye ars when he- put on the 190S c-lcve ti, has give n up football and is eh voting hlmse-ir te raising fruit out west. IN DUE SEASON. Fer touring In summer, Though mine Is a hummer. I ne-ve r put hands tei the wheel; And this Is the re-nson. I like tilings in season. And mine Is an autumn-obilo. Llppincott's. LOST OPPORTUNITY. Wife-y I reinembe-r the night you prepe:e-d te mi-. I bent my head nnd said nothing. Hub (comfortingly) I know It wor ries vou ibar, but ne-ver mind; you've made up for it since. Poston Tran script. 1907 Chicago, lints Chicago. 1909 Pittsburg. PENNANT WINNERS IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE. P.ioo-Chicago. 1901 Chicago. 1902 - Philadelphia. pni;j Poston. 1901 PoSviin. 1905 Philadelphia. 1906 Chicago. pja7 Detroit. 190S- Pe-tredt. 1909 Detroit. games before suffering defeat. Since then ho has continued at a consistent clip so that nt tho prrent time this pair rnnk wail up In the National lenguo twirling staff. It l these two that will bo called Upon to do the bulk of the pitching in tin- worlds series. tJIbson has caught a record breaking stretch of mines this season, having worked in every contest slnee May r. This catcher Is one of the hraellet and huskiest in the business. He Is also f.ired as one of the most accurate throwers. BASEBALL STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National League W. L. Vet. Pittsburg 109 4.' .72.' Chicago, 102 49 .C73 New York 94 CO .C10 Cincinnati 7C 78 .490 Philadelphia 76 78 .4)0 St. Leeuis 54 96 .300 Prooklyn 40 103 .309 Poston 44 loo .293 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. National Laagua. Chicago at St. Louis. New York at prooklyn. Poston at Fhiladc lphia. American League. The- American league se ason came- U. Its ollieial close Saturday, the- Ramos schoduleel for Monday having be-on playe d then by mutual agree nu-nt. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. Pittsburg 5; Cincinnati 4. Cincinnati, Ohio. Oct. 6. Pittsburg won beith games of a double-header frerni Cincinnati yesterday. Adams nnd Leevcr were both his hard. n.ii. ia Cincinnati .. ..0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 04 11 1 Pittsburg 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 r, R 2 Patterles Rowan and Kemneck; Adams. Lcever ami Simon. Pittsburg 7; Cincinnati 4. R. II . R Cincinnati 10 10 10 14 8 2 Pittsburg 0 1 0 2 0 1 3-7 7 1 Patterles Pushelman and Pauxtls; Maildox am1 Slm-n. Chicago 6; St. Louia 1. St. Louis. Me., Oct.. 6. A ninth In ning rally In tho second game gave St. Louis an even break with Chicago yes terday. r. h. n. St. Louis 0 0 00 0 0 1 0 01 r 2 Chicago 0000 5 001 0 6 18 1 Patterles Raleigh. Molte-r Phelps; Pfeistor and Moran. St. Louis 4; Chicago 3. nnd R. H. K. St. Louis 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 fi 1 Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 03 Patterles Harmon. Melter 5 3 and Pliss; Hagerman and Moran. Boston 5; Brooklyn 3. Prooklyn. N. Y.. Oct. 6. The visit ors rallied In the tenth and scored two runs. R. H. F. Prooklvn . ...0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 03 9 2 Poston 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 025 9 1 Patterles Hunter and Marshall; Richie nnd Ralrdon. The Chattanooga club, champions of the South Atlantic league, have Just performed n unique baseball feat In taking a series of games from the At lanta club. Southern league chnm- piens. the serle-s being fer the title of "Champions of the South." The re sult was n shock, the South Atlanta being a Class C league, while the Sou them Is n Class A. It was still more of n shock In view of the fact that the Chattanooga club whs almost entirely composed ef men discarded by the Southern league. LEGAL NOTICES. Sept. 29; Oct. 6. 13, 20. STATE OF MICHIGAN. Tho Probst to Court fer the County of Houghtem. At a session of said ceuirt held at the Preibate Office In Cue Village of Hough ton, in said count j'. on Tuesday, the twenty-eighth day of September, A. D. 1909. Present. Hon. George C. Pentlcy, Juelsc of Preibate. In the matter ef the estate or Will lam S. Tretheway, deceased. Annie Tretheway, administratrix of the said estate, having Hied in said court her final administration ac count, and her petition praying for the nllowunee thereof and for tho assign ment and distribution of the residue eif the said estate. IT IS ORDKRFD. That the twenty second day of Octobe r, A.' D. 1909,' at 10 o'clock In tho ferenoon. at said pro bate office, bo and Is hereby appointed for examining ami allowing said ac count and hearing said petition. IT IS FFRTHFR ORDKRFD. That public notice thereof bo Riven by pub llcatlon of a ceipy of this order, once In each week. fr three successive weeks previous ti saiel day of h. ar Ing, In tho Calumet News, a newspa per printed nnd circulated In said county. CKO. C. P.KNTLKY. (Seal) Jndgr of Probate. A True Copy. GFO. D. FR F.EM AN. Register of probate. KERR & PETERMANN. Solicitors for Administratrix. Sept. 29, Oct. 6. 13, 20. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a se-ssiem eef said ceivrt, held ut the Probate OlTlc in the Villsige of Houghton In fald county, on the twenty-eighth day of September. A. D. 1909. Present. Hon. Cteorge C. Pentlcy, Judge of Rebate. In the' matter ef the- estate of Will lam S. Tretheway, de-ceased. Annie Tretheway having Hied In said court her petition praying that said court adjudicate ami determine s he were at the time of his death tho legal heirs of said deceased nnd entitled to Inherit the real estate of which said deceased died, seiaod. IT IS ORDERED. TT.at the twenty-se-ennd day of October, A. l 10?, at 10 u'clea k in the fort-noon, at said Probate Office, bo und is he reby tip peilnteel for hearing saiel iH-tltion. It Is further unit-reel, that public no tice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order once. In each week for three: successive weeks previous 1' said day of hearing. In the- Calumet Ne-wr. a newspaper published and clr- culate-el In said county. (Seal) GLO. C. PKNTLPY, Judge of Probate. A true- copy. (IPO. D. FRFFMAN. Register of probate'. KFItR & PPTPRMANN. Attern-ys for aelmlnlstratrlx. Se pt 15, 22. 29; Oct. 6. ST ATP OF MICHUJAN. The Probate court fr the- county of Houghton, nt a session of saiel court, held nt the probate offie e in the Vil lage: of Houghton, In said ce.unty, on the 14th day e.f September. A. D. 1909. Present: Hon. CJeej. C. Pe-ntley. Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Fan nie Coombe, deceased; William II. Coombf having fib-el In saiel court hi final administration acce.unt, and hi petition praying for the allowance th -roof and for the assignme nt ami distribution of the- residue of saiel es tate. It Is oreb-re-d that the 11th day of October. A. D. 1909. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, ut said pndate- office. be and Is hereby uppointcel Pr exam ining and allowing said account anJ hearing saiel petition; It is further orde red, that public no tice thereof bo given by publication of a copy of this order once each week for throe successive weeks previous te said day of hearing, in the Calumet News, a newspaper printed nnd circu lated In said ceeunty. (Seal) !:. C. PFNTLKY. Juilge of Pmbate. A true copy. C.F.O. D. FRF KM AN. Register of rrobatc. Sept 15. 22. 29; Oct. C. STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in the Village of Houghton In said county, on the 13th day of September, A. D.. 1909. Present: Hon. Geo. C. pentlcy. Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Eliza beth Hooper, deceased. William H. Richards having filed In said court his final ndministrsition and his petition praying ror the allowance thereof and for the assignment anel distribution of the residue of said es tate. it is ordered that the 11th day of October A. D.. 1909, at ten o'clock !n the- forenoon, at said probate e.Hice. be and Is hereby appointed for examining and ulhnvlng said account anel hearing said petition. It is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order once each weelt for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circu lated in said county. GEO. C. PENTLET. (Seal) Judge of Probate. A true? copy. Geo. D. Freeman, , Register of Probate. ' W. R. Dates. " Attorney for Estate. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet & Hecla Mn'g Co. Who wish to sell their houeee or buy houses cn Co. Land; who ha rome to rent or who wish to rent rooms, are invited to advertise in th elunm without any expense. FOR SALE. FOR SALE FIv room hous and barn. 373 Caledonia st. FOR SALE House 247 "C" St FOR SALE No. 101 1 Oscent Roedj small bouse, cbt-ap. FOR SALE Hons No. 4(7 Caldonie street, Albion. FOR SALE: I room house No 3044 Swedetowa ro&u. Aptily oo pruilse. FOR BALK 240 "li" street, Hayra bault s FOR SALE Lot I, block I Wolvrrtne St., Florida. Apply at Mrs. Cbapnutn'a boarding bouse, 123 Kearsarg titret, South. FOR SALE Six room house No. 431 Albion. Apply on premises or C, A PL office, ( FOR KALE 3128 Tunnel St FOR SALE roam house, Net. 4211 10th St. YcIIot Jacket. st FOR SALE House ltll Hecta street. FOR SALE House No. 3132 Tunnel street, Swedrtown. Z FOR SALE Four room coltaso, 2201 Middle street Calumet. X FOR SALE House No. 4343 Yetlosr Jacket, Cone st. FOR SALE 4 r"'om hauo. No. 4Jr3 brh'.r.d Calumet dam. Ir.qu're within.