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WEDNESDAY) FEBRUARY 18, 1010.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Signing Up for the Next Lightweight Championship Title Bout (Seal) A true copy. Geo. I). Freeman, Sporting Department Register of probate. i OFO. D. FKKKMAN, Gaibralth & McCormaek. I Iteglster of I'robute. Attorneys for Estate. Husincss address: Calumet. Mich. Kerr & Fcttrmann, Attorncyn for Executors. Feb. 2, 9. 16. 23. HOW GOPHf RS SECURED PRESENT EOR WILIMMS Former Player on the Minnesota Team Tells Troubles of Student Committee. GOOD JOKE ON THE PLAYERS ijxisaisr - 1 Ir. H. I Williams, roach of tho Minnesota university football eleven, viiH tlif Innoce nt victim of a Joke back in i!i')2 nnil vvh'ch lias not been Riven t the students nt the Flour City. R -fyr (3 ray. wh.) Is tho comedian with -Tli" Gay Musician" which played In Milwaukee last week, was one or the principal of the little affair. Hack 'n 1 J02 Mr. Gray was play'ng right end on the flopher team and it uax after the Wisconsin game that th" students pot together and made t. their minds to purchase Dr. Will- iims a nice present of some kind. Af- t,.r ,puch dickering and speculating a ......unltteo of three Messrs. Gray. p.hacht nnd Rldlake was named to rse tho money nml purchase the present. The committee, finally arranged n panic with the alumni team and as a result $ 1 4 r was secured for tho gut. Then tho students began to get j,vy ,m the MB gnino with Michigan university at Ann Arbor. That Is where all the fun or trouble started." sai l Mr. Gray. "There were wafers made that we would win and you Know students never stop to find out how well off they are financially when other fellows make bluffs about betting. As a result there were many nt Ann Arbor who needed money af ter tho game. Well, we had the $UTi and of course helped out th" poor ones. Then we beld a banquet and that cost mete money. When we pot home wr held another consolation banquet and that cost still more. "The com ml tee met the students at one of the hotels to talk over the Rift for the doctor and before wo broke up there was considerable more spent. Then soivo needed new sweaters for the learn and we helped out again. "Well, to make a l ng story short, when we wanted t buy the present there was not a cent loft, so the com ni'tko finally went to a furniture store and purchased n handsome chair or s..r. for $f.r. on the Installment plan. "We were all broke Hat, but by care ful saving managed, to pay it o(Y 'n three months. T)r. Williams had. a hh.wout when the Kirt was presented, hut lie r.'-vor Uuo.v' the trouble we had Kelt ins It after bavin-.: squandered the ei i'.jpal amount." CONSIDER TWO MEN. Wolverines May Get Two Trainers in Place of Fitzpatrick. The resignation of Kecne Fitzpatrick, Michigan's "great little man." will, In all probability, bring about an impor tant change at Michigan. The opinion that the work Kecne Fitzpatrick has been doing will be divided seems to prevail. Daring his stay at Ann Arbor Mr. Fitzpatrick has , directed Indoor athletics and conditioned the football men. Now it is likely that at least two men will be assigned to do this work. lr. George May, assistant director, at Waterman gymnasium, la consider ed a likely and strong candidate for tlit work of overseeing the gymnasium classes. Who the other will be Is a question and will be for some time. It may bo that a track team coach will he hired to work with the runners, Jumpers and weight men and that the athletic director will take over some of the duties now performed by Mr. Fitzpatrick. OLMSTEAD TO REPORT. Henry olmstead, crack t wirier of the Western league last season, Is plan ning on leaving his home In Kscanaba about the middle of next month to join the Denver team on tho spring train- lug trip. With his contract already signed for the coming season provid ing for a substantial Increase In sal- i'l'y, tho Escannba pitcher Is looking forward eagerly to the coming season. This spring will be tho first in several years that Olmstead has Joined tho team for tho spring training trip, dlf lleullies with tho management having caused 1dm In former years to defer going west until the regular schedule was opened. This year with a new management In charge of the Denver club conditions ore made much more ngrecable for Olmstead and he is anx ious to get Into the harness. PRAND THEATRE PICTURES CHANGED VERY 1 INDIANAPOLIS MAY GfT NEXT COBE CUP EVENT Fine New Speedway Would Prove Very Suitable Place for Classic Race. ARGUMENTS ARE PRESENTED Chicago, Feb. 1G. Contestants in the western stneK chassle race for tho Coin? trophy may wage the battle of cylinders over the t wo-and-one-hilf- mile mctor speedway at Indlanopolls this year, if plans outlined recently by R. A. Mor.Ms, promoter, bear fruit. The man behind the hooslcr speed oval landed In Chicago Friday, firmed with a strong nrgument to he presented be fore Ira M. Cobo of tho Chicago Auto mobile Club, and every effort will be expended to stage the classic on th bricked circuit May 28. That tho Indianapolis course will permit tho drivers of high-powered ears to attain terrific speed, was .dem onstrated In December, when Lewis Strang piloted the 100 horse power Fiat to world's records, averaging al most one hundred miles an hour. When tho Cobo race was run last June over the Crown Point-Lowell road course the winning car averaged less than fifty miles nn hour. F.ut In that race the cars were all listed ns stock models, while the big Flat Is an out-and-out speed creation geared to 121 miles an hour. I understand, tho officials of the Automobile club contemplate running the next Cobo race over a spocdwav which Is still In the making." stated Moross. recently. "Hut I am of the opinion they will meet a thousand ob stack's in this work. In the first plio the speedway cannot bo complete earlier than September and bo in pro per condition for the speed machines Then In the event tho officials under took to stay tho race, say, in tho fall It would conlllot with the Vanderbilt the Ii well and the Falrmount Par .-..niesis. Afost of the big drivers would be In tho east, where the course In the past have been to tho liking of the racing cars. "My proposition to tho Automobile club Is simply this: If the officials con uoti t,i nlrnr the race held on tho Indianapolis course the management will d everything in 'its power br'ng about the success of tho meet lug. Mv plan is to send several thou i,-Uij to tho club to bo sold among motorists In Illinois and sur rounding states, and when the Id ount Is taken the Chicago club wi receive T.O per cent, of all tho money realized from sales of tickets In this city or In the states allotted tho loci officials." The first meeting of 1910 will be held at Indianapolis on May 27. 2S and 30 and nil tho big drivers of tho lndusti will be entered for the various con tests. If held nt Indianapolis the Cd race would bo staged before cfnvd of over 200.000 people, and this gather lng would seem as but a small-sized corporal's guard if scattered about the vast plant. MICHIGAN WILL COMPETE. Will Be Represented at the Big Chi cago Meet. Chlcaco. Feb. 16. President Her mfin of the Central A. A. U., which -m bold Its first annual handicap track and field meet at the Rive-view rink Februarv 18, has received wore' frcm Keene Fitzpatrick, coach cf ihc T'nu..,iiu or Mlihiiran track teiai slatinc that the Wolverine institu ii.n would be roprcSea'oc! bv a larjr sol nd nn recelnt of the latter, Herman sent tho Michigan coach entry blanks and expects to receive the complete n wnivnrinn ftitrlo In a. lOW lisi vi - bivn. The nresence of Michigan ath letes in the meet has given the affair nrestieo and Herman expects to see several other western Institu tlons follow Michigan's lead. Notre Dame winner of the First Regiment mo,t about a month ago, will bo rep resented, as will Chicago. Wisconsin and Illinois, In all probability. BATTLER LOSING WEIGHT. s.in Francisco. Cal.. Feb. 16. Jack noi.inson. Nelson's manager, expressed oinrm last week when word reached i,it i bnt.' the Durable Dane was down to 134 i pound and he immediately issued a ukase to cut out the medi cine ball for a while and case off on sparring. Rat laughed nt Komnson s fears and said be felt strong as ever. nn,. thn hnnehnlt fever cots hold of a player,' said Joe McGlnnlty, "It him to keen still. In the Indoor game htf can have his favorite port In tho winter time. The game 's very Interesting ami many naru fought battles result In giving the n lr,ntf nf lI erclso. besides keep ing them in good physical condition. t Is a good, clean spori ami snoum e boosted along." If Charles Comlskey of the Chicago merlcans should decide to mak his approaching trip the last spring training outing of his club to the Fa mine coast, the Roston Americans wld e ready to go to California next year, according to a statement made ,y rresldent John I. Taylor of tho Mub. "I would like to bring the Ros on tenm to California." Mr. Taylor ,as said, "but of course. It nil depends apon what Comlskey plans," V8 -,.:-::-;'.v -f-A0m-mu .rm-A t' t . 'N2k,l "t v Wyrww 4l'-: ': .V7jf " ? "'; vt.r':'.;y.rA 'Y' Irt'j jv' ; Standing, left to right: John P. Robinson, Nelson's manager; John T. Clark, stakeholder; Tom Jone3, Wol- gast's manager. Seated, left to right: Battling Nelscn, Promoter Sid rlest er and Ad Wolgast. San Francisco, Feb. 16. Preparing for their 43-round bout to decide tho lightweight championship of the world are Hauling rselson nnu vu oi.i. The above picture shows the signing DETROIT FANS WAITING FOR SHORTSTOP TO SIGN If little "Dotile." P.urh would only come a toss with h's tinned contract. Detroit fandoni wnibl heave one mighty sltfh "f relief r'ght now. Tho fact that ho is still standing very aloof is getting on the nerves of the ardent a mirers of th; agile little shortstop. It in't a silence that has na yet really entitled "Donie" to the rank of a penuino hold -out, but It bears a hint of grim dctermlnatlin which includes possibilities that are dire. The chances are doubtless 10 to 1 that the spod wonder from llooskr dom will bo In lino with his pals when the t'me comes to start south. Hut that one little chance In ten Is enough to cause a world of wory. Just as a Fimlla? Instance did a couple of sea sons aro. with Ty Cobb as the reluc tant signer. The cobwebs have accumulated over the pigeon hole In President Nnvln'a desk, win re tho Hush correspondence and annotations are stored. There? has been absolutely nothing doing between -Donle" and tho club since the'Ohrlst mas holidays or thereabouts. , on tint date, after coming all tho way. from Indianapolis to sign, "Donie" and Mr. N'avln shook hands after a long tall; In which neither could see things the wnj tho other one argued, and tho llttlfl athlete went hmio. Hush spurned nn offer of $1,100 morn than ho drew last year. President Navin thought that he was doing fairly Well by the youn man who had Just finished his first full season In blg-leagu' captivity. , Ar? ,,fl nMHnnmtir Twenty-seven players have been re leased by Cleveland jlnc,u the close jf the season of 1001). An. old-time sprinter comes forward to suv that basebeall teams may In- naso their winning power by. learn ing something from the sprinters. Tho secret of w inning In baseball. , ho saya, is getting the men oil tho basos. Rill Dahlcn. tho Hrooklyn manager, was asked why he was christened "Had'' Hill. "They called ,' mo 'Ha l p.lll' in Chicago tiecnuse I was s j quiet," answered Dahlen. "It's JuU for the samo reason that th( y call a man 'Doc.' because ho isn't, I guess." Hughey Jennings says that Hill Dahlcn was the best Judge of distance he ever knew. The leader of the Tls ers says that Dahlcn c-ould Judge a runner by 'the merest fraction of a second, and never btirrled a throw un less it was absolutely necessary. "Hugs" Raymond comes up with the annual statement that ho Intends to abstain from mult, spirituous and vin ous liquors for a period covering the National league Reason. The trouble with "Rugs" is that he Imagines the season only lasts abouta month. Fred (Hade, who has never been of any use to tho New York Americans since he figured in the trade by which he-and Charlie Hemphill went to New York from St. Louis, has recovered his health nml Is said to contemplate re turning t tho rame. In 1!07 he wan one of the .best. FrincetJn will open the New York' VMM of tho articles for tho bout. It was at this session that Wolgast nml Nel son raged and begged to bo allowed to K t at each Other in private right then and there, each lfcing aroused by tho remarks of tho other. This is really the first battle for" tho title since Hattling Nels.:i disposed of righting Dick Hyland .last May In 23 rounds. He met W l ;ast in July In a 10-round go and it was generally con ceded at that time that Wolgast had American grounds with a game with the Highlanders on April 11. . "Rube': Vickera U a i:;i!u bit sfro over his transfer fniu the Atliloll.s to the faltiin re i lua f tk Eistern league. , o.vner John 1. Americans says, SD.-aker" in Di!."j .T i f tin . il l'! . tho Ho'.tori 'anothoi CaMfor- r la .ut!i..-ldor. , . . , . Norman F.I!', v Tel. I played un.kr Manager ieor;;-. :,'t -ill'iig;: la three dif ferent eil'es, P!ui.u' l: ')l.(. Dctr-dL u:u'l New Yoik. During M.ie U'.Uvcars (Ihvi Math ev.sen has been la li( le -izu r he has won 237 and l.;:t. Mi ;t ,'m".- iif -hi tig for the ;i. ints. What hasi I ' Mimc of the E t iern learue tc:'m th: t waa to bo placed In New York, nl o tho Anv;rl.-an as- cia th n outfit tint v - s to 'uvi'- Cii -ig? "Twfblt.-." ' D'eitu'lier has j.fdnted r.n T'Mi.'io !. the Ar soc'al ion n.iil w ith A '.-.": Cnthrle. Chill. Cusuek .nml been ap "rlt r i jis- (IV.MH, Vani'vck ((unpleteT the A. A. staff. Manager t'.ilil'ith of tho Cinolmr.iM Rids put over the bij'rest deal of th.o year when he traded IIuTins. o.iko jind Corridon to St. Loul.i for F.-e'.io nr.d Storkc. President T-'m Lynch. of tho Nation al league, who managed the New I'.rl tain club of the Connecticut league last season, says tho Hollanders .;' pel a winner in Raymond Fisher, tlv Hartford pitcher. Johnny Conlon r.nd Jem Kendrlck oT England have b-en , matched for a flht at New o.-iear.:: on Feb. lit. Sailor" P.urk" has g'ven u; the box ing game and I learning to be a bar bvr In his father's c.'iop in Rrooklyn. Tommy P.i'ins will la'h with Hill Iing in Australia March 2S. It will bo Tommy's first battle since ho was defeated by Jack John-oil. Woman's Danger Batteries. A hypnotic eye, vulgarly known ns the R-oo-ffno, has lon been considered ono of the most valuable possessions of a woman. In tho wlso economy of nature it was given her Instead of tho swelling biceps of the opposite sex. From time immemorial it wa3 considered perfectly ethical for her to exercise this power to tho fullest extent, ana to it society owes most of its pleasure and probably Its very existence. , NOW BOOKING EXCURSIONS Churches, Sunday Schools, Societies and Lodges. Address or Call WHITE CITY CO. Phone 475. W. H. LABD, Gen. Mgr. Shelden Bldg. Houghton, Mich. SKATING PARTY .AT. GLACIADOM, MOHAWK FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 18. By Rett Jacket Skating Club Special cars leaie Red Jacket 7:10; Kntbell 6:S0 Returning alter partj ""-.-v..':''-:--." the edge on his opponent. However. Nelson is the greatest exponent of the lone- route nnd Wolgast will find it much different kind of a battle. He won a host of friends, however, be cause of tho way in which ho went nrl T.ew Powell for 20 rounds In December. All eves will be on Port Richmond near here, where they battle Febru ary 22. LEGAL NOTICES. Feb. 16. 23; Mar. 2, 9. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Tho Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in tho Village of Houishton. In said county, on the 10th day of February, A. D. 1910. Presvnt: Hon. Geo. C. Uentley, Jude of Probate. In tho matter of the Estate of Mich ml I. O'Connor, deceased. Eliza H. Wibon, having filed her petition In said court, praying that tho administration of the estate of said de-eased bo Granted to herself or to some other suitable person, It Is ordered, That tho eleventh day of March. A. D. 1910, at ten o'clock In tho forenoon, at Raid probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; and It is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication cf a copy, of this ol der onco each week for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The Calumet News, a newspaper printed and clr cailated In taid county. GEO. C. RENT LEY (Seat) Judge of Probate A true copy. GEO. D. FREEMAN, Register of Probate. Kerr & Petermann, Attorneys for Petitioner. Feb. 16. 23; March 2, STATE OF MICHIGAN, Tho Frobato 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 tho 10th day of February, A. D. 1910. Present: Ron. Geo. C. Rentley, Judge of Probate. In tho matter of tho estate of Rer nard S.haefer. deceased. Alexander MacKenzio and James T. I lrher, executors of tho last will and testament of said deceased having filed in said court tlvir petition praying that tho time for the presentation of claims against said, estate bo limited an 1 that a time and place bo appointed to receive, examine and adjust nil claims and demands against said do ceased by nnd be fore said court. It Is ordered. That four months from ti.ta d.Ho bo allowed for creditors to pre sent claims against said estate; It Is Further ordered. That the 17th ('ay of. June 1910, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, bo and Is hereby appointed for the ex amination nnd adjustment of all claims nnd demands against said deceased, nnd that notice thereof bo given by publication once each week, for three successive weeks previous to said duy of hearing, in The Calumet News, a i.ewspaper printed and circulated in said County. GEO. C. RENTLEY. Judge of Frobato. Jan. 26; Feb. 2, 9, 16. STATK OF MICHIGAN. Tho Probate Court for the County ol Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the probate office In the village of Houghton, In said county, on thu 24th day of January. A. I. 1810. Present, Hon. Geo. C. Ucntley, Judge of Probate, i In the matter of the EHtutt of Maria Ford, deceased. Henry Ford having filed In said court hid final administration account, ana his petition praying for the allowance thereof nnd for tho assignment and distribution of the residue of said ts tate, It Is Ordered, That the 21st day of February, A. I. 1910, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and hearing said petition; It Is Further Ordered, That publl notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order once each wcel for three successive weeks previous t said day of hearing, In The Calumet News, a newspaper printed and clrcu latcd in said county. GEO. C. BENTLET. (Seal) Judge of Probau- A true copy. Geo, D. lYceman, Register of Trobate. MacDonald & Kerr, Attorneys for Estate. Jan. 26; Feb. 2. 9, 16. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of s .Id court held at the probate office In the village of Houzhton. in said county, on the 24th day of January, A. D. 1910. Fresent: Hon. Geo. C. Dcntley, Judg of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Lorenz Caesar, deceased. Frederick K. Guck, Alois Elster and Albert E. Petermann, executors of tho last will and testament of the said de ceased, having filed their petition praying for license to sell the lnterMt of the same estate In certain real of tate therein described at private sale, It It .Ordered, That the eighteenth day of Feb., 1910, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, bo and is hereby appointed for hoar ing said petition, and that all persons Interested in said estate, appear be fore said court, nt said time and placo, to show e-ause whv a license to sell tho Interest of the said estate in said real estate should not be granted. It is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof bo given by publication of a copy of this order once in each week for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, in The Calumet. News., a newspaper printed and circulated In said counfy. (Seal.) GEO. C. RENT LEY. Judge of Trobate. A true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Trobate. Kerr & rctermann, Attorncyg for executors. Feb. 9, 16, 23; Mar. 2. STATE OF MICHIGAN. Th'e Frobate Court for the County of Ilougnton. At a session of said court held at the Probate Office In the Village of Hough ton in said county on the Sth day of February, A. D. 1910. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Dcntley, Judge of Frobate. In the matter of tho estate of John Sorsen, deceased. Oscar H. Sorsen having filed in said court his petition praying that the ad ministration of said estate bo granted to Oscar II. Sorsen or to some other suitable person. It Is Ordered, That tho 7th day of March A. D. 1910, at ten o'clock in the forenoon at said probate office, be and is hereby nppo'nted for hearing said petition. It Is Further Ordered That public no tice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order onco each week for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in tho Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circu lated In Bald county. (Seal.) GEO. C. RENTLEY, Judge of Trobate. A true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Probate. C. Albert Marsch, Attorney for petitioner. Ruslness ncdress: Calumet. Michigan. Feb. 2, 9. 16. 23. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Trobate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held nt the Trobnte Office in the Village of Houghton, in said county, on the 31st day of January, A. D. 1910. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Dcntley, Judge of Frobate. In the matter of the estate of Angelo Yottl. deceased. Teter H. Yottl and other heirs at law having filed In said court their petition praying that the administration de bonis non of said estate be granted to Leonard F. Law rence or to some other suitable per son. It is Ordered. That the 28th day of February A. D., 1910, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said public office, be and is hereby appointed for hear ing said petition; It is Further Orderea, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, onco each week for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in The Calu met News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. (Seal.) GEO. C. RENTLEY, STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Frobate court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said court, held at the Frobate office in tT.e village of Houghton In said county on the 3Ht day of January A. D. 1910. Present: Hon. George C. Rentky, Judge of Frobate. In the matter of tho estate of Mary M. Welting, deceased. Ida J. WeUIng having' filed in s-M court her petition praying that tr adm'nistratlon of said estate be grant ed to Emery II. Web-dug or to somi other suitable person. It Is Ordered, That the 2Sth day of Fcbruarv A. I. 1910 at ten o'clock 'n tho forenoon at said probate offl e. be and H hereby appointed for hcarln,"? said petition. It is FurtlKT Ordered, That public notice thereof bo given by publication of a copy of thH order, once each week, for three successive weeks previous 10 said dav of hearing. In the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circu lated In said county. (Heal.) GEO. C. DENTLEY. Judge of probate. A true copy. Goo. D. Freeman. Register of Prnbat. MacDonald A Kerr. Attorneys for estate. Jan. 26; Feb. 2, 9, 16. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Tho Frobate Court for the County or Houghton, At a session of said court hold at tho Frobate Office in the vlllige of Hough ton in said county, on the twenty fourth day of January, A. l. 1910. rrescnt: Hon. George C. Rentley, Judge of Frobate. In the matter of the Estate of Thom as Anderson. deceasod. Mary Anderson, widow of said de ceased, having filed in said court her petition praying that a certain instru ment In writing .purporting to be tno last will and testament of said deceas ed now on file In said court be admit ted to probate, and that the adminis tration of said estate be granted to herself or to some other suitable per son. It is Ordered. That tho eighteenth day of February, A. D. 1910, at ten o'clock In tho forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It is Further Ordered. That publio notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, once each week, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in tha Calumet News, a newspaper printed end circu lated in said county. 3EO. C. RENTLEY. (Seal Judge of Trahate, A true copy. , Geo. D. Freeman, 1 Register of Frobato. Kerr & retcrmann, Attorneys for Petitioner. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& Hecla Mn'gCo Who wish to sell their houses or buy houses o Co. Land; vvho have roo rs to rent or who wish to rent roo-ns. are invited to advertise in thi e'.lu" n without any expense FOR SAL. FOR SALE No. 3012 Osceola Road small hcuso cheap. FOR RENT One furnlsh-d room. Modern convcnici.ee. Apply Scott St. FOR SALE 9-rooni house, modern conveniences, steam heat, good foun dation and plumbing. Apply ii0 Cam bria St., Calumet. FOR SALE -House 24ti 'C" st. FOR SALE 6 room house 2142 Rayni- baultown. FOR SALE K129 1 uimvl sU FOH SALE llou Nv. tot JaiUii st. Albion. FOR SALE Houjc Jacket, Cone st No. :u: Velio. FOH SALh. 4 room Jious.s. No. 4Jb behind Calumet dam. irojnlre withbu S-rom house tor rule. -No. lit os Caledonia st Particulars at Wick strom & Co'a Store Tine st. FOR SALE ! room bouse No. 304 Swedetown road. Apply on prem ises. FOR SALE Lot 3. block 3 vVjlvennt st., Florida. Apply at Mrs. Chap man's boarding houf, 123 Kearsarge st. south. FOR SALE Six roA.m huo No. 411 Albion. Apply on premises or C. Sk It. office. ROOMS TO RENT at 4023 Oak St. FOR SALE 9 room house, No, 424 lth st. Yellow Jacket. FOR SALE House st.. Swedetown. No. 3133 Tunnel FOR SALE Hoiie 1S1 lleela sL FOR SALE- Fou? room cotiwe, 2201 MM.11 rt. Calume. FOR"" SALE "-room hou", terworks st., across dam. property. 4SS Wa Apply at FOR SALE &-room rnusc cheap. Caledonia street. 34S FOR PALE No. on Union it 2t3, 4 -room house FOR SALE Six room house No. 4243 Eleventh St.. Tellow Jacket FOR SALE Ruck's cook stove, good as new, ued only short time. Apply Evelyn Carter. 406 filednnht st, Cal. FOR SALE 3 room house. No. 4 7i Al bion BU