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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1310.
THE CALUMET NEWS. : a - Houghton Department DECIDE BIG GOLF EVENT AT PORTAGE LAKE LINKS probably the most Important event In the Wilson's l;iy at the Portage Lake Oolf Club la the playing this af ternoon for the Hon It. Rryan cup. the winner of which la to be acclaimed champion of the club. The play for this trophy, unlike that of the play for most of the many other trophies offered for the local players this sea pn. is to be from the scratch, no handicaps being given. ltocnuse of the fact that no handi caps are allowed those who are con sidered the weak players of the club, the drawing committee of the or ganization has so arranged the pairs for the match that a weak player will meet a strong one on the first flight, the sixteen entrants In the event being grouped In four groups of four players each. By this arrangement the committee believes that the weak est players will be eliminated In the early llights and the semi-finals nnd finals be made more Interesting be cause being played by the best play ers of the club. Following are the pairs as se lected by the drawing committee: Ooodcll vs. Harkncss. Zealand vs. Worcester. Moss vs. T. S. Dee. J. B. Dee vs. Robinson. Byrne vs. Nichols. ' Hodgson vs. Thompson. Tryor vs. Tope. Cairns vs. Hubbard. The two winners of each group of four players will meet In the play of the second lllght and the four winners of this flight will b? paired automa tically for the playing of the seml-fin-uls, from which play two of the four will survive for the playing of the final round. The history of the play for the n 11. Iiryan trophy Is rather Interesting, this being the seventh year for which It has been played. The rule govern lng the final disposition of the tro phy and the club championship at the same time Is that one player must have won the cup three different years In order to become the permanent pos sessor of the cup. In the six years It has been played for the cup has been won twice each by Messrs. Pry cir, Moss nnd Goodell. It Is expected that one of these will become the per manent possessor of the trophy through today's play. TWO POLITICAL SPEECHES. Hon. H. Ol'm Young Addresses Audi ences in Houghton and Hurontown. Hurontown-on-the-blll ami Houghton ln-the-Hollow were afforded en op portunity last evening' to hear the voice of the man who has been the rep resentative In Congress of this dis trict for eight years and desires to be returned to his sent in that body this fall. Hon. II. O. Young spoke to n gathering of ieople in Hurontown early in the evening after being In troduced by Township Clerk Charles Little. The Isle Royale baud fur nished the music that drew the crowd to the scene of action. After the Hurontown meeting had been addressed the automobile from which the campaigner was speaking was run down to the Douglas house corner In Houghton, where the ijuln cy band was playing, although tin ad vertisements for the rmetirg In Houghton had stated that "the Calu met & Hecla band will be present." The speaker was Introduced by R. H. Shields and talked f"r about an hour, principally about "the beauties of Lake Superior and this juirt if the tUate," and the $1 l.r.on.iino epcM up-n the waterways and harbors adjacent to the lake by tin Rovrnmcnt daring the past several years, claiming part of the responsibility for these ap propriations. He also told his hear ers of the supposed meanings of the terms "regular" nnd "insurgent." as applied to the divisions In Congress and told some stories. LET DREDGING JOB SOON. Specifications were sent out this morning by the local United States engineer's office, calling fop bi.ls on the dredging that will be done at Por tage Lake. The Job will be v. ..rth approximately 120.0'tO. as it calli for the dredging of 'ja.Miiii cubic yard. The date for the opening of the bi.ls has been set fr Aug. IS, wlvn the contract will be awarded to the suc cessful bidder. Speculations have been s-nt to all the !.. n dredging companies, and with the awarding of the contro t. wurk will immediately begin. Duluth Herald. New suits arriving dally at The Fa tddon. T.2 Fifth street. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. It look. as though the village of Soijth Ilange may Income involved In litigation concerning the building of cement walk wherever they have been ordered consulted. One of the pioperty owners Is refusing to comply with the li tutu, not be'-ause he won't build the walk, but h think the grade should be f-hatigc At its last meet ing the Ullage voted unanimously in leaving the grade n fixed by the vll laire engineer. A. A. Sprncue of Chicago, of the well known wholesale groe ry house of Sprague, Warner & C,,., Mas at the head of n small party which arrived in Houghton yesterday morning on the Tere Marquette R, m.r,t the af ternoon In Houghton and the copper country, nnd continued their trip to puluth via the. Tlontsta .tt night. OFFICERS DENY REPORTED PROFFER OF GOOD WILL FARM -la making hi report - before the meeting of the Houghton county Kurd of supervisors yesterday. Chairman R. R. Sci'bcr of the committee of three recently appointed by . the board to make plans for the erection of the tu berculoid f.apitoilum which was au thorized by vote at the spring elec tions, made the statement that vari ous sites had been suggested as suit able for the sanltorluni and that It had been -strongly hinted that the en tire property of the Good Will Farm institution may become the projerty of the county through a gift. This state ment caused astonishment to some who heard It and an Investigation as to the foundation of the proffer was begun. j 10d. Haa who is treasurer of the CSood Will Kami and Home rinding association and a member of the board of directors, -w asked to verify the report that the farm home had been offered to the county. Mx. Haas seem ed surprised nnd stated that he had heard no mention of the matter before. It has at times been suggested that the Good Will Farm be turned over to the county ami managed by the county, as an institution, 'but I had never heard of this plan. I think that the work now being done at flood Will Farm is a great -work and should be continued. I am ure this Idea has never come before the association nor its board of dint-tors," said Mr. Haas. Mrs. fl. W. Wnlker, the superintend ent of 5oh1 Will Farm also was sur prised at the roport. "I have not heard a thing about this." said :Mrs. Walker. "and I think I would have If any uch move were contemplated. Of course, the matter Is entirely within the Jurls- lictioii of the board of directors of the institution and they are In a position o do this if they 'eslre. As a mem ber ' the Houghton County Antl-Tu-bcreulosis society, I will say that I do not think a more ideal location could be secured for the establishment of the sanltorluni. There are ome ad vantages that might be gained through having the home of the flood Will Farm in or nearer to Houghton and it is . jstslble that sush arrangements might .be made but I have heard noth ing of this matter. Dr. Iodgo is the president of the flood Will Farm and Home Finding association and he is also much interested in the Anti-Tu berculosis .society. He may be able to shed a little light." Taking this tip, the reporter called Dr. Dodge to the telephone. "That Idea Is ridiculous and preposterous," said the voice over the "phone. "I have no i'lea where the supervisors could have gotten this notion and I cannot make my denial too emphatic. The work that Is being-done at flood Will Farm Is u tp'endld work and fully. In my mind, as important as that of the An-ti-Tub rcub'sis society, although I am an enthusiastic supporter of the anti tuberculosis campaign. The board of directors 'f flood Wjill Farm has never considered his projMxsnl ami I am sure that It would not be considered. The institution owns the property where it i.i located and it is self-supporting that is. It Is supported by the liberal contributions of the people of the up per peninsula. "I .tin atro," continued the doctor, "that nothing could lx further from th minds of the director of flood Will Farm than to turn It over for any other purpose than that for which It is now being u"e I am enthusiastic in my denials of this1 report and you may rest assured that any attempt to in terfere with the work of this gr-at In stitution 'will be dilionly pposod by many who are greatly concerned. This farm !:, In my estimation, a public In stitution, In that it is doing a work for the bom fit of the publico and Is being Kupported by the public. For that rea-on. the public should be, and I believe Is Interested and should be consulted before an attempt is made to alter tho work or purposes of the association and its farm home.' RURAL SYMPATHY. The rural free delivery reaches Its flower of perfection In Vermont. "Mr. Carrier," said a lady who was summering among the mountains. "I have a letter, received several days ag , saying a package had been for warded to me by mall. I have not received it y t.' Have you seen any thing of If" "A package?" asked the rural free deliver r. "Y sir." "What kind of a package?" "Why, a small package a box In fJVt covered with paper, containing som of rny property." "A small box; pastelfard, probab ly?! . -Yes." "Iy-t me see." pondered the rural free deliverer, "A package? Oh, yes, I guess that was your package I de livered to Mrs. r.rown down In the foothills a few days ago. She hadn't any mall for a long time, nnd I kind of fHt sorry for her." Saturday Evening Post. BREAKING IT GENTLY. Slmpklns always was soft-hearted and when It devolved upon him to break the news gently of Jones' drown Ing to the bereaved Mrs. Jones it cost him much paper, Ink and perspira tion before he sent the following! "Dear Mrs. Jones: your .husband cannot come home today, because his bathing suit was washed away. "P. S. Poor Jones was Inside the suit." Modern Society. OSBORN'S TOUR A TRIUMPH HIS FEARLESS WORDS HAVE FOUND APPLAUSE AT EVERY POINT. CONGRESSMAN M'LAUGHLIN EN DORSES S00 MAN FOR GOV ERNOR OF MICHIGAN. Beginning at the Straits of Mack inaw, July C, Chase S. Osborn, candi date for governor, has motored his way down the west shore of the Te ninsula 6tate. until on July 27, he reached the Indiana line. The tour from the straits to the state's south ern border has been unique not only in Its' comprehensiveness but in its political fealures. No man a can didate for public office has ever at tempted so careful and exhaustive a canvass of Michigan, and no man In the state's entire history ever met with such a reception. The trail of his car traveling southward has been marked by such a growth of senti ment In his favor as to cause won derment and delight In the minds of those who are actively interested in the success and progress of his cam paign. . From Emmet to St. Joseph ' county, Mr. Osborn has been met by large and attentive audiences. His fear less words have found applause in every hamlet, village nnd city which he has visited; his positive declare tions have caught the popular ear, and his earnest statements touched a responsive chord in the hearts of Ms hearers. Following tho comple tion of the tour throMgh each county, men have declared in the most posi tive terms that at last a candidate for governor had been found who said what he meant and meant what he said. Who would not shilly-shally and trim his words to fit the place or the audience, but spoke out what was In his heart with courage and conviction. Mr. Osborn during the past two weeks has repeatedly declared his opposition to the Warner adminis tration and welcomed its opposition to his candidacy. He has not failed upon every occasion to, say that the state machine was opposing him In every way it could, and he always added that he was glad of it. Upon repeated occasions he described Just how the state employes, carrying out tho behest of their superiors, who see their political ruin In Osbom's success, are employing the time for which the state pays them, using tho stationary for which the people's money is spent and traveling about the state on state account, devoting practically all their time to opposi tlon to the Osborn candidacy. Re cently Chase Osborn has told his auditors that the report of the state dairy and food deparment for the month of July shows an Increased ex penditure of $1,000, practically every dollar of which Is public money con tributed from the state treasury to promote the political fortunes of the Warner-Kelley political dynasty Twenty new inspectors were added to the state payrolls In thl3 department clone last month. The state labor bureau has also practically abandoned every effort to do the work for which it is created. and from Commissioner "Dick Fletcher down, the bureau Is spending its time and money campaigning for Tat Kelley. Hampered by lack of funds In the appropriation for Ids de partment. Fletcher has laid off the old employes of the department In order to make new appointments wholly for the political effect. Upon the little town of Charlotte with only three small factories, during a re cent week, three factory Inspectors descended, and under guise of factory InsjectIon attempted to 6tera the overwhelming tide of Osborn senti ment In Eaton county. In the Tenth district a deputy game warden has openly boasted that he proposed to spend all of his time In that distr'ct until September, al though the necessity for game protec tlon does not exist. He is there, he frankly says, to protect rat Kelley's fences. These are the tactics which Osborn Is fearlessly exposing and de nouncing, and the denunciation reached responsive ears wherever ut tered. One of the features of the trip down the shore was the open and frank endorsement of Osborn by Con gressman Jarries McLaughlin of tho Nirth district. This statement from Congressman James McLaughlin made Osbom's success in the Ninth sure beyond the shadow of a doubt Another feature of the trip was the declaration of support for Osborn fiom O. II. I Wcrnecke of Grand Rapids, one of the leading business men of western Michigan and recent ly a candidate for the Republican nomination for mayor of Grand Rap Ids, on honor which he camo within forty votes of winning. Mr. Osborn has now toured Emmet Charlevoix, Grand Traverse,. Leela nau, Benzie, Lake, Kalkaska, Wex ford, Osceola, Mason, Manistee, Ne waygo, Muskegon, Allegan, Van Dur on, Kalamazoo, Rranch, Cass, St. Jo seph, Calhoun, Berrien, Barry and Eaton county. He Is now engaged in a tour through the eastern counties and be fore primary day arrive will have spoken to the peoplo of every county In Michigan. Both Kelley and Mussulman have toured tie upper peninsula. Both have wasted their time. Careful scru tiny reveals absolutely no break In the Osborn line,., Kelley and Mussel man logetner" wTll not Poll" 5,000 votes above the straits. On Thursday. July !8. Mr. Osborn was the guest of the Taft club erf Detroit cn Its excursion to Tashmoo park. Tho crowd Included some 2,000 reople and among them the most act Ivo political workers in the states metropolis. A poll of the crowd showed 73 per tent as favoring Os born. An Osborn majority of big prcpor- tlona now seems assured In the First, Second, Third, Sevsnth, Eishth, Ninth. Tenth. Eleventh and Twelfth districts, while If sentiment for Os born keeps swinging as rteadily to ward his column during the next two weeks as during the past two weeks in the Fourth and Sixth districts these two will fall in line. This leaves the Fifth alone as debatable ground nnd even In that district the Osborn lead ers are sanguine and enthusiastic. Claims of Osborn . carry!"? Crand Rapids, the home of Amos Mussel- man, are frequently beard. The movement toward Osborn has assumed all of the proportions of a landslide. The people of Michigan arc done with Warnerism. and they will not tolerate four years more of It by proxy, with Pat Kelley the pup pet and Fred Warner pulling the strings. New Kind of Greek Fire. A new kind of so called Creek fire has been Invented by a German officer. It differs from the old Greek fire In that It is not employed In the incen diary shells by which ships were once upon a time destroyed, but a poured out on the water and dfrectod against hostile vessels. The fluid which occa sions this fire, and the composition of which will not be disclosed, is or sucu a kind that it floats on the water and it 13 impossible' to extinguish tho flames. S!or, Mair and lorwerth. Of what realm should you guess King Sior. Queen Matr and Prince lor werth are the rulers present and to be? No, not Abyssinia, nor Cambodia, nor vet one of the Balkan states. Their chief palaces are Buckingham and Windsor nnd in certain nrirta of their dominions they are known as King George. Queen Mary and Prluce Ld- ward. But to their loyal Welsh sub jects they are Sior aad Mair and lor- wcrth. Youth's Companion. All our $1.."0 waists, August Clean- Up sale 7?c at The Fashion, 302 Fifth street. -UPPER pENINSULA HAPPENINGS OF THE DAY Branch on Gogebic Range- Roach St Fccbcr, wholesale grocers and cold storage dealers, with large plants in Wisconsin, Marquette and the copper country, expect to establish a blanch establishment on the Goge bic range, and they may Bclcct Iron- wood t's the proper place for It. It Is reported that the plant will represent an Investment of 1100,000. Bill" Hart Promoted Bill" Hart, engineer, on tho Crys tal Falls-Ohanning run, has been pro moted to the position of traveling en gineer for the Chicago, Milwaukee Si St. Paul railroad. His territory will Include the La Crosse, Pralrlo du "hlen. Mineral -Point. Northern Su perior, Wisconsin Valley and Milwau kee territory divisions. Mr. Hart has been running the Crystal Fails train for four years, making Crystal Falls his home, and he Is one of tho finest fellows railroading.. Mr Hart will live at Milwaukee, to which place he will move his family shortly. Noy Located in Iron Mountain Dr. A. II. Thomas, of Ironwood, who hs bexen specializing In the diseases f the eye. car. nose and throat, and In the application of the X-ray nnd lectrlclty to the treatment of certain hronlc ailments, has moved to Iron Mountain to locate permanently. Dr. Thomas carries with him the very best Ishes the peoplo of Ironwood and Hurley, in which cities he whs en gaged as a general practitioner for so many years. Eieanaba Papers Consolidate A newspaper deal wns made last week Whereby a consolidation of the Iron Port with the Escnnaba Weekly Mirror wns effected. The Iron Port will hereafter bo continued from the office of the Mirror and the subscrip tion lists of both papers have been combined. The Job office formerly op erated by the Iron Port will be con tained by Charles C. Mctcalf under tho name of the .Metcalf Press. The deal In no way affects the Dally Mir ror but pertains to tho Weekly Mir ror and Iron Port only. Canning Factory for Stephenson Secretary Johnson of the "T-oostor Club" has received such assurances both from tho Crary Canning com pany and the businessmen and farm ers In this part of the county that the building of tha pea canning factory may bo considered certain at Stephen son. The Crary Canning company arc acquainted with the present condi tions of the farmers owing to be the drouth, nnd have consented to a prop osition made by the club that far mers interested in the building of the factory and wish to subscribe for stock can pay for the same with part of their pea crops In the next couple of years. By acceding to this request on the. part of the club the company has shown Itself rendy nnd willing to do even more than at first promised, and its generous, offer makes it poss TO BE PROCLAIMED j Princess Milena and Princa Nicholas of Montenagro. London, Aug. 10. On the occasion of this Jubilee as a ruler, on August 13, Prince Nicholas of Montenegro is to assume the status nnd title of king, and Montenegro will follow Servia and Bulgaria Into the circle of European kingdoms, the name of the old princi pality of the Black mountain being changed to the ancient name of the country "Zeta." The ruler of Monte negro was first acknowledged ns a sovereign prince, by Russia In 1852, nnd the present ruler Nicholas I, as sumed the stylo of royal highness In 1900. Prince Nicholas was born In 1841, nnd succeeded his uncle, Prince Danllo I, in 18C0. He is colonel of the Russian Fifteenth rifle regiment, nnd of the Ninth regiment of .Servian In fantry. Among his orders are the Black Eagle nnd the St. Andrew cross of Russia. Ills heir is Prince Danllo, born in 1S71. In honor of his nccession, It is given out, King Nicholas propos es to establish a special order of knighthood. Princess Milena of Montenegro Is the wife of Prince Nicholas, and, with her husband, will on August 15 as sume royal rank as ft sovereign, nnd become the Queen of Zeta a title that of itself suggests romance. She was born at Cevo In IS 17, and is the mother of nlno childrenn three sons ible for even the poorest farmers to isslst In securing the plant. A fac tory of the dimensions proposed will ake care of a vast acreage of peas md other vegetables. In addition to giving a large number of the younger people an opportunity to earn money during the summer, It will give the farmers a ready murket for crops vvhlch will return good profits for the labor invested and the amount of land used. Ore Find in Luce County Reported Is there any consldcrerable body of Iron ore awaiting development In the northern part of Luco county? If the story told by William Connor, who claims to have found an ore bearing vein and traced tho outeropplngs for some distance, is half true, there is a bonanza awaiting some one who se cures Control of the property nnd de velops It. Mr. Connor talked to the Newberry News about his reported tlnd, nnd Is confident that he has dis covered a new and valuable ore Held. He claims to have been prospecting in this region off and on for two years past, nnd that assays of several dif ferent samples of ore have run as high as G5 per cent. He Is very reti cent as to the location of his Hnd, evi dently fearing that some one may rob him of the benefit of his discovery. Mr. Connor returned to this region from British Columbia n couple of years ago and claims to be an exper ienced prospector. It has long been known that there were considerable bodies of botf ore and small nut-crrp- plngs of bard ore existing in the north end of the country but nothing has heretofore been found Indicating that any considerable body of ore existed that would warrant exploratory work being conducted. It is barely possible that Mr. Connor has stumbled across a paying vein. Many people, however, acquanted with the territory, regard the reported discovery ns pure moon shine and claim that tho outcropping aro merely small pockets that will quickly pan out when the test pita ure aunk. Valuation Increased Over $500,000 The assessment roll of Ironwood, re cently completed; shows an increase of over a half million dollars over the total amount of the assessment last year, nearly all of tho Increase being on tho mining properties of the city. The toal valuation of the real nnd per sonal property of the city this year is $6,07D,305 as compared with a total of $r(,!i43,88r last year, an increase of 1535.420. Of this amount the inerense on the mining properties Is $505,000 and on the balance of the city $30,420. The real estate of the city is this year assessed for $4,450,113: personal prop erty, $1,629,192. The assessment of the mining companies in the city this year is: Oliver Iron Mining company, $2, 630,400; Newport Mnlng company, ll.802.8S0; Cleveland-Cliffs Iron com pany,' $366,720, a tntat assessment on the mine of the city of $4,800,000, the assessment on the city, outside of the mines being $1,279,305. Some of the and six daughters. One of her daugh ters is the queen of Italy, two others inv married Russian crand dukes. and one Is married A Prince Franc's Joseph of llattenberg. The two young est are unmarried. On becoming queen, her majesty, It Is said, intend?, with her husband, the new king, to remodel the court at Cettlnjo on the lines of the court of Vienna, where, after that of Spain, the most elaborate nnd complicated system of etiquette of any European court prevails. A Discarded Lovar'a Ravang. Here's a brund new, made In Swlt terland form of revenge for discarded lovers. A young couple at Davos were to have been married, but the girl Jilted her lover because he shaved off bis lit tle beard. The Jilted man during the night pasted all the love letteru he bad received from his llancee on the walls of her home. "Heartless girl. I return you your letters." was Inscribe! In largo type above the correspondence. Lighting tha Way. -In the little Slleslan town of Zarkau (the authorities have adopted an Ingen ious automatic device for the benefit of those who are afraid to go home In tho dark. The introduction of a coin In a slot at the foot of an electric light standard after extinguishing houra will light the roadway for twelre min utes. heaviest tax payers, aside from the mines In the city are assessed as fol lows: Scott & Howe Lumber company, $33,000; Twin City General Kleotric company, $60100; Gogebic National bank, $60,000; Bank r Ironwood $34, 000; Peoples Dunking company. $20, 00". Brothers Die Same Week- Timothy and Jerry Drlscoll, brothers of Mrs. Steve McKcvItt, of Ironwood died during the week, the former tit St. Louis, Mo., and the younger broth er nt Grand View, Wis. Timothy Dris col wns a railroad syltchman, ntid died from hemorrhage of the brain following n. blow on the head from the heavy door of n refrigerator car. The body arrived In Ironwood Wed ncsday from St. Ambrose's church He worked in the old Bake Shore. yards about twenty years ago, nnd wns well known to the older railway men of the Gogebic range. Ho wns forty- five years of age, nnd single. Thurs day afternoon u telegram wns receiv ed by Chief Frank saying that Jerry Drlscoll wns .lead nt Grand View, Wis., a smnll station cm 'the Omaha road west of Ashland. Mr. McKevItt left for Grand View Friday morning and In tho afternoon, a telegram was received from him stating that the dead man was Mrs. McKcvItt's brother and he would arrive with the body on Friday night's train. The cause of death was not stated In the telegram, Deceased was a single man and thir ty-two years old. Tho Drlscoll broth ers were sons of the late John Drlscoll, who died at Iron River, Mich., twelve years ago, after many years service with tho Chicago & Northwestern rail way. Jay's EJair-Hoaltli Never Fall ! Beet ore Cray Dalrt lis Natural Color Scanty. Stop (ailing out, and fxwitiyelf rmovra UmndruK. Isaot Dy. Rtluf all aubatitutea. $1.00 and Sac. iiottlee by Mall or at Drurfflata. CflRR Frnd 10c for large aampla liuttle rifcCEJ Pail Bay Spec Co., Newark, N. J U. o. MS. tirTll A necessity away irom home. j I ' j It costs you our stock of 8? Downward Course Fast Bs'ng Rsalizad By Calumtt Paopl. A Utile backache at first. , Dally Increasing till the ba:k H lame and weuk. Urinary disorders qulck'y v follow; Diabetes und finally BrtglUV Uia- case Tl.U Is tho downward courw o kid ney 1M. Dcn't take this coi'rs;. CmIuvhI residents Bhotild profit by the fc-tfoy-Ing experience. ' Mrs. C. Carlton, 340 Alger St., Mar-' quette, Mich., says: "For a year my Kidneys gavo mo much trouble and had attacks of backache. Hearing good reports about Donn's Kidney Pills. I decided to try them and pro cured a box. In a short time, after commenced their use I felt better and am now In good health. I also know of other persons who have taken this remedy nnd the result have always been of tho best. Yoti aro welcome to use my name as one- who endorses Donn's Kidney Pills highly." For sale by all dealers. Prlca 0 ents. Fostcr-Ml.burn Co., Buffalj, New York, solo agents for the UnltM States. Remember the name Doan'a and aka no other. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& Hecla Mn'gCo Who wish to sell their houace or buy houses on Co. Land; who have roo.vta to rent or who wish to renf roome, aro invited to advertise In th coluM without any expense. FOR SALE FOR SALE 9-rooiu hoase, rnoderc conveniences, steam heat, good foun lation and plumbing. Apply S50 Cara jrla St., Calumot FOR BALK Lot 3. block & Wolvcrln st., Kiorlda. Apply at Mrs. Chap man's boarding Lour?, 123 Kftarsarge st. south. FOR SALE House and barn, 701 cor. Waterworks and Pine sts. Apply 3. & H. mine office or 218 6tJ st - 8-rom housa for saK No. J7l oa Caledonia st. Particulars at Wlck- -tpom & Co s Store Pine st FOR SALE roam house No. 8t44 SvCedetown- road. Apply on prem ises. FOR SALB 4 room house. No. 4991 behind Calumet dam, inquire wlthlu FOR SALE 5 loom house and barn upply nt 3C3 Caledonia st. . x FOR SALE 9 -room house, No. 440 10th st. Apply O. &. II. Co. FOR SALE Seven-room house, S Caledonia st., Calumot, Mich. FOR SALE C-room house, 714 1'Uie t. Aiply on premise. X FOR SALE 5 room house, 4326 Acora ctrect. Yellow Jacket. ' j FOR SALE House No. 4036 Oak St., Yellow Jacket. FOR SALE Four room cotm. MM Middle St.. Calumet FOR SALE 6 -room house cheap. 345 Caledonia street. FOR SALE Six room house, 1624 Lnurlum street. FOR SALK House No. 131 Tunul St.. Swedetown. Foil SALE 8 room house Apply 1744 Depot Street. FOR SALE 9 -room house, 730 Water works st. X FOR SALE Five room house, 853 Al bion. V FOR SALE No. 2768 Columbia street. 6 rooms. FOR SALE rium st. -12-room house, 1602 LaU X SALE llou-i No. ilil CaUsdoni Albion. SAL.E 7 -room house, 4087 Cone FOR st. SALE 6 -room house. 4350 Cone FOR SALE Hou lbU liecU a'- FOR SALE 3129 Tunnel at. FOR SALE 1625 He:la 8L FOR BILI' lit I liHin 81 Merry-go-Round, Rolrer Coaster, Bath Houses on Keweenaw Bay, j Row Boating, Picnio Grounds, . Cottages to Rent. PLANKED WHITE FISH DINNERS. BOATS LEAVE LAKE LINDEN, HOUGHTON and HANCOCK Threa .Tlmee a Day. WHITE CITY CO. Phone 475 W. H. LAB 9, Gen. Mgr. Sheldon Bldg. Houghton.Mioh. TAOMASK u. e, pat, ors. ano ombat Britain A convenience in the home. nothing to look over ICY HOT BOTTLES METROPOLITAN PIIIDGY