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THE CALUMET NEWS.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9, 1910. r I NEWS FROM HOUGHTON II GlYElfiONSfNSE CONCERT AT GRACE H. E. CHURCH The children's nonsense concert u be hold tomorrow evening at the Grace M. E. church under the di rection of Mis Alice Camjer, prom ises to be an entertainment of un usual merit. She will be assisted, by Mrs. L. II. Atkln as accompanist. The concert Is given by the Juvenile choir, a musical organization formed by Miss Camper for the summer months, and the receipt will help swell the musk- fund. Three little Calumet ladles ure quests ut the Grace M. E. church this week and will take part In the program tomorrow night. They are the Misses Dorothy and Lyle Eng strom and Leah Vivian. Miss Leah Ylvlan, although very young. Is a gifted reader and ha participated In numerous similar entertainments in this county. The Misses Kngstmni are also clever Juvenile entertainers. .Following is the program: Nursery Nonsense (medley) Tom. lins Chorus, Walter Mc-Nalr, Marion Shields, soloists. "If No One Ever Marries Me" (Daisy) Liza Lehman Margarite Morrow. "Three. Little Chestnuts' (a tragic tale) Page Vernon IJennalUack. "It Wasn't So When I Was Young" (reading) ISayard Taylor Leah Vlv. Ian, guest. Two Flower Stories: (a) The Snow Rail Rush Hazzurd. (b) The Morn Ing Glory Woodman Henen Trim, Marlon Shields. The Singing Lesson (a rnuslc.il Joke) Mozart Director. ' Ruth Pry or. Selected class: Marie DosRich ers, Sadie Peterson, Myrtle Warming ton. Marion Rashlelgh, Catherine Rashlelgh, Olive Janws. Gretchen Delle, Flossie Snowden. Maria Jane (reading) Selected Estelle Voetsch. The Raggedy Man (wr! from Riley Krull Karl Rollins and chor us. A Foolish Little Maiden (a tale with a moral) Collins Dorothy Pierce. Ebony Songs (mandolin accompani ment) Caleb-Laey fa) "Nevah Min, Miss Lucy (Dun har). (b) -III Be Dar to Mett To" (Gar rison). ' (c) "Git Up Suke, Go 'Long" (Dun bar). Boys' chorus. Ewert Sutcllffe. solo. "Wouldn't That Re Querr Mrs. II. K. A. Beach Lois V.ennallnck. Reading Selected I.-ah Vivian. Japanese Tea Song (In costume), from The Toy Shop Mildred Lewis. Mrs. Dotor and -Mrs. Proctor SrhaefTer Dorothy and Lytic Engs trom. guest. Johnnie Schmoker (a German stu dent song). Oxxl Night, Ladles Chorus. NEW TIME CARD IN EffFCT ON COPPER RANGE SUNDAY A now time card ha b- n i-.-u-l by th Copper Range railroad company which will go into eflV.-t Sunday. Among the change to nutice is the fact that the name of tli-.- St.ickpol station has been thang 1 to FaN-Moii, In honor of C. s. Fa U s, g n ral su rauroad, wno l. nulMing a sumtner home In that vicinity. Mr. Falt-s? mens a '-c tion of G10 a. r-s at Falc-tori, ru Stack jx.Io. In the ceiit.r of which Is located Lake 1'ulc. A num'ber of men ijro at work clcirlng the ground Pi preparation for the building. Among the other changes to V- not iced on the time card Is the taking off of the Freda park trains and the clos ing of the park for the M-ason. The train for Freda will have at CI." a. m. in ti e future and not at S: a- pre vl-'j-.. The train formerly leavim Pi iite- l.ile iit 4:00 will now have at U: ' i'. in. The tel bridge over the ravine be low the Hought--.n-I)ougIas.4 falls will he completed Sunday and the old wooden bridge? torn down. LIGHT ON ROCK OF AGES. A permanent light will be csiablih e.d on the Rock of Ages Unlit station. Lake Superior, Sept. 10. The light will be of the (ond order, h'.vlng a double white Hash every ten second"'. The lllurnlnant will 1 an Incande scent oil vapor. During the lntalla Hon of this n;paratus a fixed red h-n; lantern light will be exhibited. Another change announced by the hydroprnphlc ofllce at Duluth Is the xfabll-hmcnt of a third-class can buoy In nbout thirty feet of water oji the westerly vlpe of the osterly side of f'heejtiamegon bay, opponlto Wash burn. Wis. RAISES FINE POTATOES. fine lot of potatoes were today bovn as samples of five bushels planted by Edward Johnson, n Hough ton county farmer, on the 24th flay of M.arh. Thl H the firvf lime since the year of 1M.7, that potatoes have been planted ns early n Mirch In this eou My. Mr. Jhti"n expects to ex hibit bis poiatoe .-it the Copper Coun try fair this year and will undoubtedly draw a prize, us his potatoes are very fine f j.ef i,i i) In ordinary feusonH tMr. Johnson's five buhe would glv n yield of 100 biishcU but thl year the yield will be much Jen on account of the exceptionally dry season. WILL EXHIBIT ALFALFA AT HOUGHTON COUNTY FAIR Secretary Jvhn McN.mara of the Copper Country Fair Is very enthus iastic over the corn contest through out the four counties where Jt has been Inaugurated. He anticipates over 1.000 entrje In the corn contest. Children are taking a deep interest In the contest and the exhibits will be excellent. W. S. Prickett, proprietor of the Roycroft farm of Sidnaw, anticipates sending a fine exhibition of farm pro ducts to the fair this year. He btates that the year has been an exception ally successful' one.. In spite of the drought experienced. Mr. Prkkett Is among the few farmers In the upper peninsula who have attempted to raise alfalfa, which species of fodder is very difficult to Introduc but once started Is very pro ductive. About CO acres are under cultivation at the Roycroft farm and It Is thought that a larger area will soon be covered. EASTERN STAR ELECTS. Houghton Chapter Selects Officers for the Ensuing Year. " he Houghton Chapter No. 304, O. II S. i . t last evening and elected officers as follows; Worthy matron Mrs. John A. Doci le. Worthy patron Chas. E. Avery. As.MK.late matron Mr?. Edgar Rash lelgh. Secretary i.Mi-- Elsie A. McKernan. . Treasurer Mrs. Chas. A. May worm Conductress (Mrs. Frank Siller. Associate conductress Miss Alice M. McKernan. Alternate: Mis Alice McKernan, Mr. Geo. W. Quirk, Mr, John M. Nelson. lss Ethel Stoyle, Jtho out-going worthy matron, and John A. Docile, the out-going worthy patron, bave been efficient officers, and the members of the order are pleased with their work. The last year has been a very successful one a hcgarcVs the .mem bership and the financial condition is particularly gratifying to the members of the onlcr. The grand chapter of the order will be held at Lansing, Mich., October 12. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. The juty was drawn !n circuit court this rr.orr.Ing for the trial of Harry Williiin and William Khcpard, ac cum .) of robbery on the person of Ed win Makl of South Range.. It 1 al- legt i that Wilii.ims and Shcpard on the night of May 2. lured :Makl Into a dark und secluded corner at South I-tr.g and there relieved him of his r.-ady cash, consisting of something over The following list, containing five t t'.omcn, nre the Jury: William Hoiking. Delbert Fagg. William Hob ba. L--'i.ard Thomas, !eorge Hall, Hars Skrogta William Diamond. William H. Gngg, ;S;im Wareham. John II. Osborn, Edward Du'glale am' Frank Fisher. MORE MOTOR BOAT RACES. A statement in a recent Issue of Power Routing, a magazine devoted to the Interest of motor boatmen, with reference to the purchase of Hoosier Roy, one of the fastest motor boat In the world, to an upper peninsula man. leads Houghton boatmen to In fer that the purchase was made by a Houghton man and that Houghton will see some faster racing than ever in the future. It Is thought that a cup will be purchased by the Motor Roat club In time for the races during the Cop per Country fair. This cup will he emblematic of the championship of Portage Lake. GETS BIG TUNNEL CONTRACT. Vi k O'ConncIl of tho contracting firm of Wick O'Connell of Houghton, returned this morning on the Octaroni from Duluth, having secured a con tract th re for building a tunnel for the Canadian Northern railway. The tunnel will be built through a moun tain about six miles wrt of Duluth. It will be 510 feet in length. Mr. O'Con i eil has put about 60 men at work on the Job, vhih, will be a one trak af fair. It will cost In the neighborhood of $00,000. ENROLLMENT IN SCHOOLS Supt. John A. Docile announced yesterday that the total enrollment In tho various schools of portage township, Is l.f.ort, an Increase over last year's attendance of 1!8. The en rollment Is distributed among the buildings as follows: Central, uSr; Douglass-IToughton, 32.; Jay-Hubbell, East Houghton. 275; Huron nt Hurontown. 168; DfMlgevllle, S9; Superior, B3; Stamp Mill. 39; Pilgrim. 33; Otter Lake, inf.; I'.elfry. if.; Tho high echool enroll ment Is 173. MR. FAUST TO BE HONORED. Rev. MeUhlor Faust of Asslnlns will attain the rank of domestic pre late and the tltlo of monslgnor nt the Invcxtltnre to be made by Rt. Rev. Frederick Fix. blshon of Sault Ste, Marie and Maruuette. nt Asslnlns. September 14. A great many of the lergy of tbo upper peninsula win at tend ns the ceremony Ih to be a most Imposing one. PRIfKEII Will SEND FINE EXHIBIT TO LOCAL FAIR The Roycroft farm of Sidnaw, own ed by W. S. Prickett. 1 very promi nent t!il year at the Marquette coun ty f ir. Mr. Prickett is also prepar ing a very tine exhibit for the Cop per Country Fair at Houghton this month which will add greatly to the interest displayed In the agricultural department of the fair. The Roycroft farm has the largest entry at the Marquette fair. Including Jerseys. Rerkshires and poultry. The Roycroft Jersey herd is headed by Jacoba'a Emanori. a grandson of Jacoba's Irene, winner of tho Ameri can Jersey Cattle club's special prize at the national dairy t,how In 1 y09 and holder of the world's yearly rec ord for Jersey in butter production. Jacoba' Irene has n record of 69.S pounds of milk in one day and 23.3 pounds of butter In seven days, with 1.121.13 pounds of butter for the year. She produced 2,781.26 pounds of but ter in thirty-seven months, with three vigorous calves. The Roy croft Jacoba bull is one of the most valuable of the Jersey herd, and J3, 000 could not separate this bull from the alfalfa fields of Sidnaw. Two register of merit Jerseys are in thi herd. Golden Minerva and Golden Torment, both of famous lines of breeding. With the excep tion of three cows, all of the stock was raised at the Roycroft farm nnl most of them were horn there. Tho Roycroft Rerkshire exhibit Is one of the big attractions of the fair. This Includes Premier Ray, one of the best known boar In the coun try, and Grand Masterpiece, son of Masterpiece Climax, the herd boar of the famous Lovejoy Rerkshire farm nt Rockfotd, III. One senior yearling sow Is a daughter of Handsome Lee, sold last spring by Hebbard & Raid win of Michigan to an Ohio breeder for l,"i00, the highest price ever paid for a pig sold out of Michigan. One of the Roycroft sow In this exhibit was shown last year at the state fairs of Ohio, Michigan, New York, Mis sourl, the American rojal livestock show nt Kansas City and the inter state livestock at Chicago, competing with the best herds of the country and not meeting with a single de feat. Pretty classy material for a county fair! A great deal of credit Is due the exhibitors, who have been at no In- consiueraoio sacrince, assisted n making this livestock show a sue ccs. W. S. Prickett has been espec iaily generous. His exhibit represents a large investment of money and shipping cattle is always done at a risk. Mr. Prickett had prepared an exhi bition herd of Rerkshires to send out on a six weeks' tour of the stale fairs of the middle west. He has. from purely unselfish motives, Inter ruptea tins tour for two week to send his exhibit to the Marquette county fair and to assist in ndvane Ing the agricultural Interests of Up per Michigan. DELEGATES TO CONVENTION. The following are the Portage township delegates to the Republi can county convention. Precinct No. 1, Joseph Strobel, M. M. Foley, Frank S. Hlldcbrandt, and W. F. Miller. Precinct No. 2. Charles Little ' and Captain James Richards. Precinct No. 3, J. H. Rice, John T. MacXamara, J. F. Hambltzer. Joseph Croze and James C. Glanvllle. And a Vacation Train, Maybe. "Gracious!' exclaimed Mrs. Good ley, "just listen to that clergyman! I'm positive he's swearing. Evidently he's missed hla vocation." "No," replied her hueband. "I think It was his I rain." Tho Catholio Standard and Times. Had Yachto of Their Own. McCarthy was boasting of the promlncnco of his family In bygono &KP8. "Rut there were no McCarthy's In Noah's nrk." said O'nrien. "No," said McCarthy, "our family was very exclusive In thoso days and had yachts of their own." National Monthly. Rubbing It In. "What made the boss glare bo at that man who Juat went out?" said one waiter to another. "When he paid hla bill for a CO-cent dinner ho asked If there was any placo In this neigh borhood, anyhow, where a fellow could go and get a decent meal for CO centa." New Guise for Old Gag. "I met a new variety of panhandler on Park row ihe other day," said a man to the New York Sun. "He ap proached me and with a marked Teu tonic accent said: 'Do you speak Ger man?' Much flattered that he should have' picked me out as a particularly intelligent person I answered, 'Ja, Ich sprcrhe Deutsch.' 'Say, give me a nickel,' he said. He got It." t A Few Statistics. Do you lova statistics. Try these. They are very nlc. Three million matches aro lighted In this world every minute In every hour of each day. Seven billion U the enormous number for tho ctitlre year, ami those living under the American flag are raid to be responsible for the con sumption of one-half of this amount These figures do not Includo matches made in heaven, of course. BIRTHS IN COUNTY IN 1909 LESS THAN 1908 RECORD County Clerk Richardson this morn ing computed the icv.rd of birth for the year 1909 for all the township of Houghton county. The total births for 1 for was J.Ofij, compared -with 3.121 for lns. The total for the townships of Houghton county are as follow: Torch Luke, 56; Schoolcraft. 42; Hancock. 3; Jjilrd, 22; Duncan, 23; Elm River, 70; portage. S!; Village of Houghton. 9S; City of Hancock. 2?0; Adams township, 2'.'3; Chassell. 38; Village of .South Range, 63; Village of Lake Linden. 39; Stanton towns-hip, 6S; Qulncy, 42; Village of lied Jacket, 13; Osceola. 230; Village of Luuihim, 316; Franklin, 237; Calumet, 799; Hub bcll 22. PHANTOM AIRSHIP PROFITABLE Clever Gernan Swindler Made Love to Girls and Got Money. Retlln, St-vt. 9. The aeroplane has at last appeared, and with a scheme as novel as It had been successful. (Paul Fehllng is the name of the new genius. Hla method was to make love to susceptible damsels, become en gaged to them, fill them with visions of a wonderful invention of his which was to revolutionize the art of flying borrow all their spare cash and de camp. All this despite the fact that Fehllng In more than 60 years old. Sometime, In the course of his love making ho niet a girl who wanted to see the aeroplanes. Fehllng iWn'l wate any time on that kind, hut sought pastures new. To one broken-hearted beauty, from whom he ettracted about $."i00, he de scribed In glowing terms his "aerial life buoy" which was to save the lives of aviators who collided with clouds or ran into ethereal llcebergs. His I fertile Imagination supplied other victims, all of them seemingly so prac tical that his glowing descriptions In vnr'ably (brought forth a golden stream. It Is ald Fehling'j, phantom air ships have kept him going or years. .;. .;. . . ! v HOUGHTON BRIEFS. Jan Karafo, . Hungary; Kearsargo Raltlmore, 1905. Joseph Teter, Hungary, Kearsarge, New York. 1910. Miss Sarah Quinn Is visiting at Chi cago and Oary, Ind. ' ' i Miss Elsie Hoatson of Calumet Is visiting friends in Houghton. Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Jackson of Mil waukee arrived in Houghton today. Mrs. F. W, Overockcr left yester day on the . Juniata for a several weeks visit With friends in DufTalo. Miss Oertrude McVcinney, formerly of Pennsylvania, arrived this week and will make Houghton her future home. ' Mr. and Mrs Chrla McCallum of Rattle Creek are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Woodhouse of Houghton. T. A. Green of Ontonngon was a Houghton visitor this week, and at tended the diocesan convention of the Episcopal church. . The Misses Francis Ware and Marie Tracy of Tort Huron, have left for home after visiting a few days with Houghton friends. William J, Tuffer, formerly of the Houghton high school faculty writes friends that he Is now located at his home town, Kalamazoo. Rarney Lnux, Is suffering from n Revere fracture of his right leg, Just below the knee Joint, sustained from a fall down a flight of stairs Tuesday evening. Two applications were made yes terday for citizenship papers nt Coun ty clerk Richardson's office. Their names, place of birth,' residence, port and year of arrival are as follows: Village clerk O'Sulllvan reports eleven deaths and twelve births for the month of August. Township clerk Little reports seven births and four deaths for portage township. A marriage license was thi morning lei-ucvl In County Clerk Richardson's rilcc to Clark V. Smith of Calumet and Miss pearl A. McOugan of Dollar Ra. The following were among those who left h'.j inornln-r on the Octoraru for Duluth: -Mrs. P. Wu (Irierson, Mr. and Mrs. fj. A. Sill, iMrs. M. Quello. Miss K. H mse nnd Mr. and -Mrs. C. II. Oaylord. Miss Adele Heckcl, the recent art supervisor of tho Houghton public school, has opened n studio on the second floor of the Shelden-Dee building and will teach both conven tional and naturalistic designs to her pupils. Miss Deckel gave an art ex hibit In her studio yesterday and en tertained a large number. The Age of the Weak. This Is the Aee of the Triumnh of the Weak: the ilu-lltau svstem of wrestling has its equivalent in every direction. Topular education la the intellectual JluJItsu; tho extended franchise the nolitlral. nnrt tnnHm enllghtment tho spiritual, which en- amee te many to discern tho folly of tho attlude Of sunerlnrltv naoiimcwl K the few. Londoa Truth. Scene From "The MUM I .No-'.i . v-:.:y" v ' . '? I ' " . ' v ' f i t.h ' . i, x v V ' "THE CITY" COMING One of Shuberts' Strong Attractions Here Next Monday Night "The City," by Clyde Fitch, will be the next Shubert offering at the Cal umet theatre, appearing here next Monday evening. For tho llrst time this stellar attraction Is being shown nt one-night stands, and' one of the Shubert companies will also produce the play for an extended run in Chi cago. The story of "The City" does not concern a .chocolate-creamy love af fair between a bachelor and his steno grapher, and its "denouement" Is not brought on through the hitter's right eous Indignation when she finds out that the bachelor proposed to her merely gpeause he loved her. If you are looking for a 'typical' Fitch play, you will be disappointed. If, however, you are looking for a great ramming, smashing, dramatic muscle, ou will be satisfied. Shocked, perhaps; possibly- appalled but thrilled and. Im pressed ami satisfied for all that. A family are living in a small coun try town in New York state. They are well-to-do but none save the fath er are contented. The rest long for the "life" and the -"chance" that the city will give them! They beg the father to move, but he refuses. Soon afterward, he learns that his position in tho community is tattering. The shock kills him. And his family pro ceed to march on to the onsia of light where the buildings pierce the clouds. The city is not long in showing ItJ effect upon them. Kuch of them la rOlir and Twenty Tailors ' Ml The Ladies' Home Journal Tattcrn No. 5 1'j 1-549.2 OUR SPIiCIAL PRICK 5c A COPY R-ALUM ET '4&ffii2? MTcmGANl Aitf2& City" al Calumet dragged down and each of them pro claims the fault to be the city's. Each of them, save the son. He, though tumbled Into degradation, too, stands over the chaotic group crying out that it isn't the city's fault, but their own; that the city has been fair to all of them; and that It ha been they who have been rotten clear through. In the cast are Norman Hackett, Geoffrey C. Steln, Josephine Sheppard, M. II. Ilarrlinan. Ethel Martin ami other capable players. Youthful Llnflulsts. Ennlua, Viscount read Greek. Latin and Italian before ho was four ycuts old, while Montcalm, when a child In aims, could translate tho''moat dllll cult Latin authors. At six ho could read Greek and Hebrew, and possessed considerable knowledge of arithmetic, history, geography and metallurgy. At seven he had read all the chief pots, orators, historians, philosophers, Rram maiian3, ttc, but died before he wa3 eight. ' THE PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW has not only brought the foods and drugs of this country up to a higher standard of purity, but it has elimi nated the harmful medicines with which this country was flooded. Such medicines, however, ns Ly dla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, purely a roots and herbs pro duct, will continue its beneficial work among women. Could not create a more charming, stylish gar ment than this chic suit illustrated here. It is made by combining Ladies' Home Journal Patterns 5491-5492 Price 15c each This snappy design is only one of many shown in that superb fashion magazine, The Fall Quar terly Style Book Illustrating Ladies Home Journal Patterns There is. not a. fashion question which isn't solved on its 15(Tpages of fine illustrations, and it is a book wortli three times its price. LEGAL NOTICES. Kept. , 9, 13, 1. 20, 23, 2; COPPER RANGE CONSOLIDATE COMPANY. DIVIDEND NO. 27. At a mretinf of the noar(1 of Dlrfc crs held thU day a quarterly divMenj of fl.00 per share, being l)V,)(.nil Vo 27. wa declared, payable on Saturday' October 1st. 1310. to Stockholders ,J record at the close of business on Ken tembor Cth, 1910. The transfer books of the Company will close at the clos of businc, ,n Tuesday. September Cth. and will b re-opened on Wednesday. SeptemUi. Hth, 1910. . rRKDKTUC fiTANVVOOI). Treasurer. P.oMon. August 31st, 1910. Sept. 2. 9. 16, 2J. ST ATI? OP MICHIGAN, Tho probate court for the County of Houghton. At .V'nesslon of said court, held at tho probato office In the vlllua of Houghton ' In said county, on tha 31st day of August, A. D. 1910. Present, Hn. Geo C. Hentley, Judg of probato. In the mtitter of the estate of John Latvula, deceased. ' .Maria Sablna Latvala having filed In raid eouTt her petition praying that tho administration of ynld estate be granted to SefanLia Toukonen or to Mme other uitajblo person. It Is OnVrod, That the 27th day of SiU., A. D. J910. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, b and Is hereby appointed for hearing aid petition. It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of ii coipy of this order, once each week, rr three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, In the Calumet N'ews a newspaper printed nnd circulated In said county. (Seal) GEO. C. UKNTLET, A true copy. Judge of Probate. Ceo. D. Freeman, . Register of Probate. . O'ilrien & LcGendre, Attorneys for Kslate. Uuslness address, ' Calumet, Mich. Aug. 26, Sept. 2, 9, 16 STAT 13 OF -MICHIGAN, The probate court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said court, held at the probato" office, In the village of Hough ton in said County, on the twenty fifth day of August A. D. 1910, Prcwiit, Hon. Geo. C. Uentley, Judfa of probate. In the Matter of tho Estate of Thomas Anderson, deceased, Mary Anderson, Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of said deceased, hav Ing filed In said court her petition, prnylng for license to sell at private sale the Interest of said estate In certain real estate therein described. It Is Ordered, That the nineteenth day of September A. I). 1910. at ten o'clock in tho forenoon, nt said pro bato office, be and ' Is 'hereby ap jMiinted for hearing said petition, and that the legatees, and all persona Interested in said estate appear be fore said court, at said time and placo, to show cause why a license to sell at prlvnte sale the Interest of said estate In Raid real estate should not be granted; It Is Further Ordered, That publlo notice thereof bo given by publication of a copy of this order, once each week for three succcsslvo weeks pre vious to said day of hearing. In the Calumet News, a newspaper printed ind circulated In said county. (Seal) CEO. C. UENTLEY. Judge of Probate. A true copy. Geo. U. Freeman, Register of Prdbato. ICerr & Tetermann, Attorneys for Executrix. I Aug. 26, Sept 2. 9, 16 STATE OF MICHIOAN, Tho Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the Trobate Office In the Village of Houghton in said county, on the 23rd day of August A. D. 1910. Trescnt: Hon. Geo. C. Pentley. Judgo of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Os car Edwin Soronen, Deceased. Alex. Soronen having filed In said court his petition praying that the ad ministration of said estate bo granted to himself or to some other suitable person. It Is Ordered. That the 20th day of September A. D., 1910. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, nt said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hear ing, said petition;.' ! , . . . It la Further Ordered. That . publla notice thereof bo given, by publication of ti copy of this order once each week for threo successive weeks previous ta said day of hearing. In The Calumet News, ft newspaper printed and circu lated In said county. (Seal) GEO. C. UENTLEY. Judge of Probata, i A true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Trobate. David limit Lots for Sale In Philipsville and Renova LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT-AND PLATE GLA33 INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. Ona corner lot at eornar LaVa Linden ava. and Haola treat, Laurium. , Good ,far. bnalneea placa. Office Richetta Block, Maela St, Laurium. Phons 2.