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THE CALUMET NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1QC9. r "1.1 - - i: i i flougkton Department TELEPHONE SOUTH 199 ROSS IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION fOR BATH 71 - I Pittsburg Heavyweight Training at Amphidromt and Gives Promise of Making Strong Showing Against Schreck at Amphidrome Monday Nioht Betting Odds Favor Pitts burger. Tuny Ross, who is m heduled ti nui Mike Schrcck of I'ituiniiutl .il tin Am pliidrome in n ten-round boxing con test Monday lilKht, is ill 1X11 ll lit shap. for tin; mill and Mays In- expects to win. ltoss and Sehrcck. fought a tin round druw ut Columbus some wiiks UK", but there arc those who say ltoH mid the ln'Ur of tlu- argument throughout. Tlio Pittsburg giant, who lips the scales at 1 '.., hut why will en ter t tie ring; perhaps five pounds light- r, liad his first local workout yester day alt. rnoon arid he was watched by a number of lnt -n t d local fUht fan.. .Schrcck, who hurt been here the past week, Is doin his training in Hancock, and lie also in dally the admiration of many. Koss is a talbr and haI.T man than Schreck, hut has not he n in the fighting game so lopjk', so that ex perience is likely to tell over ability. Itoss and his manager, Jimmic Iin ne, arrived yesterday noon from Chi cago. The fighter knocked out u scrap per named Kd wards last Monday night in tight roundi and is In the p:nk condition. iCohs has been a fighter but four years, during which tinv- he hus rapidly forged to the front. Until four years ago lie was employed at one of th I'ittsburx furnaces. Here he wa Keen by J.inne, who saw in l;:m the making of a heavyweight ihampion. Taking IJoss under liis wicg D.nnc gradually initiated him Into the myste. rit-rt of the J rie ring and today he is regarded as a promising succe,or to Sullivan, i'orhctt. Ivitzsinirr.ins. Jef fries, Hums or J .hnson. lb.. f jjght k six round draw with th-.- co'.ured champion a few years ug and is now a ihallenger for the wurlJs hampk-n-.hip. I'rom .t. r O-ne Irgson announces everything in ra l:n.s f r M -n Uy night's mill. There ha been a go.,d advance seat sa.V- ar J th- ind.'eat;r.s are for a cap.u ity t.o..s-. Th.s w.:i 1-e th- nrst in-. -ting of l..-avyw.-.ghu in Houghton county and as bvt.'i a.re hampi..r.sh;p j.robab:;.ti. th. y w:.! undoubted'y j.r-o- g ....J .Jrawli.g cards. Many 4, ut-of-t.j n Iif.t fans art- tx p.ctd to attend. LAST JURY TRIAL WILL BE TAKEN UP ON HONDA Civil Business of September Term of Court Rapidly Disposed of and Will Likely Be Finished Monday After noon Judge Streeter Postpones Ba raga Term Until Tuesday. It wa hoped l.it evening that th Jury business for the September pes- n of rinuit court for Houghton unfy would be i .mpletej today, but this morning It wa deemed necessary to put one case over until Monday ro tliat the Jurymen will not receive their Iliml diml.sii until sometime Monday The (Ktoher term of court f -r lhi- ra.'a c unty I scheduled to convene Monday iii'TPing at I.ne. but Juil-' StretT h;is postpor. -d it f r one dav. and it will commence at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The Haraga coum ty docket is n-'t a large one and it I figured that the business can easily be Imposed of In a cui!o of d.iy. A week later- Judge street or "iM cn- the o.'iiilicr term for Keweenaw uiMy an 1 1 1 o wet k aftt r that tht .vemtit r t'-rrn for Housht-'j cour.ty imrnence. '.'h. n c :irt or., -i.-d this morr.lr.g the case of J .e; h Hermann vs. Jhn Trevarro-.v was g:tn the Jury. Judgment Against Company, In the rase ef J sej.h Iuc re vs. the irr "W-Kroil Lumber Co. ar.d Charb s I:. Kr 11. the Jury late yesterday after-v-rn bro'isht in a verdict In favr of the i-iai":!iT. awarding damage., in the sun- i f JJ' o but exrvnorating Charles I'. Krf!l fr.irn cerrplicity in the as- au.t on I'.KTe. The case wa? a Mt .erly f..ugh t r.e and while no m- V.tn ; r nn ap-al ha? l n made it is r.ot iT.rTotiaM". The case was given to the Jury yeft-rday morning art(3 it r-T.i!rfrl nearly sever, hfiyrn f r the 12 men to arrive vt a verdict. THE CONSTPATON EVIL IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MOST CASES OF PILES. Constipation jaralyxos th MooJ vc sels of the lower bowel. ar.J often caus e piles. Women, and n'.l other ind.vir workers, are the most frequent uff er. Hut curing cni!pion aion won't curd piles, A ipeMaI medicine Is needed Internal treatment. to strengthen the flabby veins and start pure blooj circulating. Ir. Leonhardt'a Hom-RoKl is the ny lnttrn.ll pil cure, sola un a-uarante. fl at Kagle druu store, or Dr. Leonhardt Co, Station li, ltuffalo N. T. Write for booklet Sold under guarantee at Kagle Pru Store. Calumet. Mioh. l'rice SI. L-onhardt Co.. Station 15, Uuffalo, .V prop. WfV Tr booklet. OFFICIAL REPORT MADE ON FISHERIES OF THIS STATE Value. :1.424 63.S0H PRYOR 4. SMITH'S GOSSIP. GRAND LODGT ELECTION. Mrs. Clara Eid'edje of Adrian ;s Graid Worthy Matrcn of Eastern Stars. MiM, Hi;,-; h.y:.-. vi.prthy ratr'Ci -f Ho-Khtori rhapt. r, .rj-r of Hasten; 'tar. Is expi ttd hom.. iml.y to jiorrow from Saifinaw wh.-r.- at-t-ndtd the aririual m.-tin i.f th. Mithijfjn ;r..fol .',,,, t- r. H .-t.rn St r, th.S We. k. T):e 1.-KM.,11 (.'l!l,e to a ! Tliurs.Jay rU'l.t with the jr:st..i;.it;..n of tfie ri. w n r. in I I. iiiy. ..f;i, . rs ;it (),,. .Ma.fl;e t-ri.ple. wl,:,, W;M att-mbdl by abo.it ) The n.-w oilier .i.-.t-d ar.-: W.-rthy j jfrar.d tnair.-n. Mrs. ritra Hldredif.-, 1 ..lri:in; v. . rtt y rarid patron. J:!,. rt I A. L. r.hardt. J t r . 1 1 ; ;.ys,.-j,,te t-rarid! -.atior,, Mrs. ..... I. H..rri-on, Sat'i i.aw ; aori.-.fd t'r.m I patron. John : li'.wson. i;j.,r.,J I:., v1 r;. Mrs. Jiui S. r. ....!.. ( ) I'h.onix. Tie manaefmer.t of the H- 'vetia Copper Co. operating in I'ima f ":r.ty, Arizona, are devotinif thdr j attention to the jr l b m of installing an ecnomiial method of transporting 'r betwe-n th- mine and the railroad, t.v.lve m.les away. The ftation to wl.i h th.y v.j, j8 Vail, located cm the S jth.rn l'a i?ic, and it is expected that b fore n.any months that th .cork of bui'lin a braneh from this station t tlx- mine will be inautcurat- d. Meanwhi.V l;ugt- traction engines i.ave he. n put on l lie lob and are r.atly sJ cj.bfyinsr one of the most vexatious f.-atur. s w ith which the I rtiai.akr flT rt b is had t. contend in the ';at, ;t th.- f.'im? time reducing th jt"tal tot f ,transicrtution by about , if: i" r t .n. It is reported that one of I the l.ar' Pt ropT-r producinjf interests i in the .-..tin try has its eye on this 'ir-perty and that on- of their encln- 'r w,:i shortly visit the mine and eher Man Predicts Decided Change make a t!ionwirli examination w ith th.. I m Conditions by Sunday Noon. idea of a possible purchn by IiIh peo- I l erver Wb-gner, In charjfo of tlm sh . : 1 hi report be favorable. I HouKht.in weatlier bureau station, this -Col. I. J. Jacklimr. vice- morning issued the following bull n l nen.r.tl manager of the tin as to weather conditions, holding - i.te, Mmin '., paused "ut some very K, erioouraKement: s ity tMi ,y on Ms regular J Ji- center of the storm is nvo K. St-nKer. eastern Ontario and south.. ro. The d- partmcnt of commerce and la bor ha issued a pr lirninary- rpot t on the fisheries of Michigan for the year ndinz lec. 31, !?$. Those statistics are cnfini to the nsh ns industry and do nt include whelesalu fish dealers or canneries. The final report i'l contain an analysis of the totals and will present statistics for othr phases of the industry. Xuirtbi Indep. ndt nt fishermen. l,6i Wae-earnirff 1,774 Vsse! 110 t'utrit (bait, fuel, prov visions, etc.) r-.ats 1.647 Arparatus of cafture. total 1-Vke and h . p nets 1.003 t;:.i nets ;;.73 HarjKK-ns. spears, etc. LZ3 Lines r..und and trap nets 2.232 Seines 120 Miscellaneous; Shre an! accessory property 44.:C0 Cash capita! . 114.320 Products, total 1.473,0GJ Pounds. Valu Carp, German .. 2.4;9.0uJ S Catfish and bull heads 269.100 f-Kflsh or P.owfln 83.300 Drum or slu-tps- head 1V6.300 Herring 14,77.400 Perch, yellow ... 2.377.100 P ke and pickerel 477.7"i) I'ike penh l,194.r.OO Hot k bass . S'tur.-.,n (includes oaviar) CS.300 Sinkers 4.4G7..10O Sunflsh 47,600 Trout 6,79S,dOO White bass .... 36,900 Whitefis-h (includes viar) 4.7CS,.r.OO Mussel shells .. 200,000 Miscellaneous fish, skins, etc at lirace hospital She returns much Improved in health. While Uocklan.l ;irYerel considera bly as a result of this we.k's storm. Ontonacon. tcit fifte:i nilb a away. I escajHd !:iHt init'i:ch.. d. The Houston H::h are platn fotKill at Cahiiut this aftenuxtn while the r"rcs!.m u a:vl S jlvMivrt tNvtrs .f the CoiNto of Mines ar battling at the H.m. -.k drilnK parK I5eturn of the J.'hnson-K. tch. il fitfht at Colna this afurnoon will Ic rtei.-d h. with interest, a w id aN the tturn .f the idir jjamo Ic- tweeti letrit and P.tts'.uirif for the or.d's i h.-.Tii ho.sh; j. lh-or X Smith, brokers, have re ive,! a co-r.slsnment of their furnl- turt and fixtures. CURRENT GOSSIP OF THE COPPERS J. A. Minnoar & Co. HARD TO IMPROVE ON. J An auto, l&rpe and red and fast. No doubt Is vry fine; Give me sleigh r..l pretty girl And all the world is mine As to the music i f the bella We Jtr-jjle down tho lino. The sJr outside Is fresh and crisp And makes us closer sit. But still It do. s iKt crowded seem The very slightest bit. Indeed, a seat that's snug and small Makes a decided bit. Then school may keep or It may not IVr anytlaVi; 1 care: I'm learning things not In the hooka I never saw them ther. And If they're In the colleges I'd like to bold that chair. For winter pleasures worth tho while 1 11 let the auto slide If I can drive a Kendo horsa Out for a cutter rldo And with the only girl on earth Tucked snugly by my sldo. 39 3- Couldn't Notice It. 433.4r.ii - '"'rat. a. 11,760 1.190 1.S40 3fi3...so 7J.HM) I 32.43' it; 2.0CI) s.or.o 11 7.2 lo 1.270 i 424,0SO 1.810 33'..230 800 'I thoucht they Lad civil service In this olllce." Tlioy liave." 'Not hint; civil nbout tlie sorvloe you Set from that old grouch bt'hlud the wludow." 1,590 Fitting the Crime. "Whew! What In thatiTlle corublnu tlon you are smoking?" i That In a fine Imported cigar." May I." It cost a quarter.",r j YeMiYuj eusy." I lUt't Jou lMdleve'lt?" You may have paid It J hut the man Who jjcll such coodb deservos no nuur. ter.- .j (..! ; l THE METAL MARKET The most Impoitiint development In the metal situa tion lor the weak was the announcement of tho Septem ber figures by the Copper Producers' HHMoclatlon. The surplus ii.s a result of the month's operations increased approximately lfi.ooo.ooo pound. Tho report numrnar lx s as fellows; Surplus mock, Sept. 1 13d,632,.'Ca pounds September production llS,u2a.l3'J Mund.s September d.llvery 102,182.932 pound Surplus mock, Oct 1 1"1, 472.772 pounds n.imcstlo consumption &2(10.".,ir.., pounds Korean delivery 00,077,777 pounds Naturally this report was not considered u favoniblo one, Put was pretty well uncounted by tho time it w.u made luhlio. It nhowa ut ii y la nee that tho foiolirn d... niand for our red metal bus not been ho nfr. e.sslve. thoush home consumption has kept up remarkably well. To further uuettlo tho situation, production lias been pushed almost to tho very limit. Any material iiureaso in tho demand for the metal cannot be met by any car rescinding Increase In production, which necessarily will mean higher prices for copper. While tho copper situation at this writing nppenru ti bo none too promising, It is no disguised fact that th sc who nro In ii position to best determine tlm course of the industry are confident that when the proper i'mo comes the metal market will quickly right itself, only yesterday reports from abroad Indicated nn Improve ment In tho demand for copper, and It Is hoped to get the foreign deliveries well above fifty millions for too month. The Calumet & Hecla company yesterday wrs reported to hnvo reduced its price for copper to 1M'4 cents per pound. Electrolytic copper can quite readily be bought In considerable, quantity nt an eighth (;f u cent below thia figure. Luke copper Is quoted nominally nt 134 cents. THE STOCK MARKET Th technical position of the mock market was consid erably weakened when tho short interest was fo.o-d to cover in the rapid advance brought abojt !n the life. trading Thursday afternoon and In Krid-Vf. sess'..n. This .shoit jnlcr. m was considerably redu-ed as u re sult of the ndvnnco and left tho market open to mo.o drastic raids. Had there been any real reason for th) advance it would not have been difficult to hold price up, but such did not prove to be the case. We can hardly grow enthusiastic over the market as If nnw stands, and believe that it will continue to bo u trading one with the safest course on the short side. There must needs bo n complete readjustment In price of the necessities of life. As they now stand they are ton high, with thi., condition existing, naturally there will bo some hesitancy toward heavy commit ments. The first opportunity that present Itself for this readjustment without any undue demoralization of any line of industry must be grasped. The sooner thh problem is out of the way no much the better will h br- " ' .t lirfecting the copper share market the most Important developments are those which deal with the efforts t - bring about a general curtailment. Sum,. unw llling to enter llcela companies. success inter,... i!t .. an agreement a nro the Calua Practically nil other h, met avy cui. o.- producers aro quite . willing to enter Into ,,,,. Unv , nient. While those Interests which have refiivj, ,j () enter Into the agreement have taken this btand, j, t it Is uiidi rstuiid that they would lend It their moral .SIII, port. Tho curtailment would quickly wipe out the Mir plus stock of the metal and put the price above net,., cents per pound. In the event of n curtailment n will bo found some attractive copper stocks, pun,,, lurly among those Issues which aro already In tlm ,,,. duclng and dividend paying ranks. Until son,, .ti,h definite along these lines Is arranged wo ,,- r,,r y more than a traders market both in the copp,.r miai-e w II as New York market. MICHIGAN '- - The unprecedented decline in Michigan tbiT we, ,,. was Moncthlng of a sensation In Lake- cupper c-. cles. Various reports were given circulation, u. plausiblo being tho discontinuance of ft ivi develop ment work at the mine. Already a considerable f,,n.,, has been laid off for tho winter, and we are inf,,, , that a further cut will bo made, leaving only a few limn at work nt the mine. Tin force announcement of a wile curtailment in the ,,,! completely unexpect, d In View Of the ct that the shareholders had jtil paid an assessment ,,.t month of $2 per share. This was thought would pr.. vide funds to not only push development work vigor ously, but also possibly compute the construction nf the stnmpmlll started about two years ngo. riy way o. explanation, It Is claimed that slian holders did n t .;, the assissineiit very promptly und the money r,-. from this source was used to liquidate the obligations overdue. reive, pl'e.si!i No raors have been received up to ytmerday t dis continue rock shipments to the Atlantic stampaiill a,i,j yesterday one head at this plant was dropping regular ly as though nothing was impending. Kor several days past there was a slight falling ff in tho rock stamped. The company had been shipping close to (loo tons if rock per day. but this dropped to a little less than Jul tons. There was a slight improvement In the mineral contents, averaging betwein sixteen and seventeen pounds of mineral to the ton of rock stamped. Tills w..s not taking into consideration the mass and barrel co per from the mine not sent to the stiiinpmill. fl ve:isi i. ..ii...-. ,11.. i . . " ""J ujj .. -u i.iai me jtce wu mo Michigan were giving very favorable returns, ., fact, rock sbl. merits from this point did much to bring up the average returns. Some months ugo, Mlcliig-,n ,i:d oniderub!e diamond drilling and it was under.-to., 1 tiun that the results were rather favorable. In view of the conflicting stories in circulation, and pending tae omciai announcement of plans we hardly would sale or .Michigan stock. Its woiin a considerahlo sum, and of advise equipment alone ! on any considerable (Continued on Page Seven.) PLEASANT WEATHER IS DUE. I'h'.einx pr. sbb nt Hay Cc.n through t! l-.r. New Mrs. .fid s- Ann re-Ar- n.ontliiy irii.ection tour. manager, who earn.- down to meet bee this morning, but Its Influence still five hundred extends over the greater part of tho lake region. In all probabilities the i-rn. stat. .ii ar. .f the ibo.it that v tnploy. d in all branch pany's woik. both und-r- gr..nd tr..,v ii. 1'ent.T,; K-r.'n., l:.,v. graini eondij. tr. v Olivet. Mir.,,r o and will be nan, mat ron. Th,. grand lo. f .r io xt j ar's 'i: w re nt ,.i,t.-d Ii, Wii,;i. Maekinaw. I" tfot, I'liu-re,. , r r. Mr J. nro.- .V. grand e .rid.K tr.-s-. , J.e n , a sor-iat Mr-. Minnie K-y. s. n' ' rs ;ire aj j.,.ir,(i v d bv th- te. t fiL'. : lo.lyey l' wiirn. lid Ash' l.ar.wini. . V ( barter t H.ir.'-o. k, and t v., In -It of Mappi-ft.. nnd i of ;,w,rH ix;ert rs f..r the Mi-b gan ouipany, are 1, jn- M's-- M. s. br; M i-x J...- Ar- l.h t- lepbon.. o(i. ratorv Slate Tel. j.br.r.e , ,,,, siriieinuj n. ,,n 1()(.,tl (x eh.irue- board. A tnmber .,r i;,w.Mh .:u..H ,,f the rang- torn, iioh..;;,, Hrontov.n. will gather at Atiimie tonight to hold a i. uiy. An ,nti r sting be. n prepared. ir is liKely i Int IlOtlSe ,,,, , .),,., t.e 11.1,1 f, ing be ii's with this in ground arid in building the new branch railroad from a point n.-ar Hums sta te. n concentrating plant, three miles distant. He !,..,,. rte,i that the roads would probably be completed by I"- Metier 1 at which time the work of M-.Ming the buildings will begin: there now being about five million fe.-t of lumber waiting at Kelvin for the pur pose. Col. Jiekllng stated that copies f th.- annual report recently present 1 to ti e dire, torn at their annual me. tir g w ill soon be ready for distri bution and be intimated that It would lont.un information ,, a highly grati fying character to all stockholders wind will continue at the present vol.v eny nearly the whole night, but will gradually abate Sunday. West bound boats will find pleasant weather wvst of Ontonagon, while east bound boats will find very little chango between this nnd tho Son. This morning's re ports are somewhat encouraging as tn the ,.nd of the storm and Its accom p.'inylng rain and Know, the Indication pointing to a change to more pleasant and cool weather about Sunday noon. program ha d Ilm He Ware. I I'oitage l,,ke w ill rage. Mr, Jtuein. ,v. approach,.,! ,y ,in,ll(.k View. HAS SOME FINE PAINTINGS. J. W. Young Is nt the Dougbus House with a fine collection of paint ing . th- works ,,r bailing American master-. During his s.tay here. Mr I a number i,r hia fin,. oppcr country eon- noiseurs and believes that there Is t. big field beln opened. j0 advocates the organization of ..rf x 1 "" " iy ler and the ,!ding of i,n annual art ex hibit, free to tho irciw r:.! .....li .urig has m I paintings f BACKACHE SIMPLY VANISHES AND YOUR OUT-OF-ORDER KIDNEYS WILL ACT FINEi A Few Domi Will Regulate the Kid ney, and Cure the Most Severe i Dladder Misery Hundreds of Read ers of the News, Both Men and Wo men ar, Needlessly Miserable and Worried as a Cure is Waiting. N'o man or woman here whose kid ney., ,,re out-or-rdcr. or wb suffers nom backache or bladder misery, c afford to have I'ape's diuretic nntrl nr i.iKing several doses, all pains m the hack, sides or ..lns. rheumatic twinges, nervousness, headache, sleep lessness, Inflamed or swollen eyelids, dizziness, fired or worn-out feeling and other symptoms of clogged, sluggish kldn.ys simply vanish. I'nootit rollable urination (especially at night)' smarting, discolored water and nil bl.ibbr misery ends. The moment y..u suspect tho slight est kidney ,,r bladder disorder, or fed rheumatism pains, don't continue to be miserable or worried, but get a fifty-cent treatment of Tape's diuretic rron, yur druggist and start taking a.1 " WK" knowledge that there other me, Heine, at any price, anywhere else n U,n t w hich Is so harmless or will ffe, t so thorough and prompt a cure, Tm- ,. i pi.paratl.n goes direct llise of trouble iliulrll.,, ...... .. "ising, beallnir and vltniiiri is no mad.. to the X x X X X X x X X x X X x X x x x X X X X X 9 X I W. II. Labb, general manager of thel White City Co., left last night for the moo wnere tie win conclude a aeal ror I x the purchase of a stenmer to go on thel Portage Lake-White City route next I summer. I AA Miss Nellie fiullivan has been named I X , ii.riuuir I ,J IIIU l.ll' lliail ED lll.o I Telephone Co. here, succeeding Mlssj 'reiut reaigneu, ana not miss cook, it ns renorteil. I X Hev. Lucas Klopcle, pastor of the Austrian church of Calumet, veatenlav I v r7 rrrr SUNDAY IN THE CHURCHES. ino special Services in Any of the Houghton Houses of Worship. There are to be no special services in any of tho Houghton churches to morrow. Services nt the usual hours will bo held nt Ht. Ignatius, Trinity and the Presbyterian churches. Rev. A. R Sutllffc of Grace M. R. church announces his sermon subjects for Sunday as follows: In the morn ing. "Tho Forward Cnll and tho Faith ful Response"; In the evening "The Model Congregation." The Christian Science service sub ject tomorrow will bo "The Doctrine ol Atonement" all Cloth HOTON BREVITIES. ..i .i ,, "l-n the organs and afternoon filed application with County " l,' ni completes the before iiii really.. It A few days' treatment of pape's I,j retlo means clear healthy, active kid neys, bladder and urinary orgar.s 11 nd you feel fine. Your physician, pharmacist, hunker or any mercantile arericy will tell you that Pape. ThompHon Tape ,, Cin cinnati. Is large nd resf.onslblo med icine concern, thoroughly worthy of jour confidence. Accept (Oily Pape' TMurcl Ic flftv. cent treat...ei,tfrnm nny JrJr Mor,; anywlierf In the world. 1 nr I f 'l..rtr nir.hri4ann fni full lt lntti In at I X me January term or circuit court. n t Is a native of Austria and arrived In V this country In 1903. The furniture and fixtures for the new Peninsula wholesale grocery are now being Installed. Houghton people are In a state of ex citement today, because of the fact that the world's baseball championship Is being decided this afternoon In De troit. Reports of th game are being v received at th local brokerage offices 4 and there Is a good attendance. X Meat lv.mmit Yniinar has returned from I Detroit Y t f The Home of Good Clothes has anticipated your Suit and Overcoat requirements for the cool weather. VERTIN BROS.' 1909 Fall Styles are now ready for you. Quality is paramount here, from style, value and service down to the last thread all is of the very best. Your early inspection of our great range of fabrics and patterns will prove A MUTUAL PLEASURE. Suits and Overcoats $10o00 to $30.00 THE UTMOST VALUE FOR THE PRICE YOU PAY ... The Mew Fall Furnishing Await Your Inspection : : : : V1KR1IN BROTHER SELLERS OF GOOD CLOTHES lip! Iff wm s. Kmmn Young has returned from r ' a J f V V V V f f y v t y y y y y y y y y y t X y y t y y y f y y y y y y y y V y y y y f ? A