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L sn 1 - WIND UP Of MEETINGS OF THE KNIGHTS OF KAIEYA Banquet and Social Session This Evening to Conclude Sixth Degree Conclave. OUTSIDE MEMBERS PRESENT The four days session of the higher branches of the order of the Knights of Kaleva, the en-at Finnish American fraternal society, which has been In progress In the Knuth hall in Hancock Bince Wednesday last, will be brought to a cloe this evening- with n big ban quet und social session. Arrangements ure in charge of a committee of which John Kllsklla of Hancock is chair man, and u program of addresses, music and other features in addition to an elaborate luncheon, will bo given. The ceremonial sessions were brought to a close last night with the exemplification of the sixth detree work upon several candidates by a team composed principally of copper co intry members, which was witness ed and assisted by a number of the sixth degree officers. The meeting was the seml-nnnual session of the sixth degree lodge, and the fourth and fifth degrees also were conferred, the lower degree work tak ing place on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. The Michigan lodge em braces all the territory east of the Mis sissippi river including' the states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio, Massachusetts, and among- the candi dates on whom the degrees were con ferred were a number from Illinois and Pennsylvania. The second district in cludes the western states. The ocea r'on is purely a ceremonial one, the iitiiiual meeting for the election of offi cers of the grand lodge of the Knights of Kaleva taking place later. It will probably be held next summer at Hancock. STARS ENTERTAIN. The members of the Lake Linden chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star visited the Hancock chapter last evening and were pleasantly entertain ed with lunch and a social program at the Masonic temple on Hancock street. The party from the smelter city came up in a special Mineral Range train reaching here about 7:30 o'clock. They witnessed the exemplification of the degree work by the Hancock chap ter's team, after which came the so cial session and lunch. The special returned to Lake Linden, leaving here about 11:30. Ilosides the Stars, the train carried a large number of .peo ple who rnmcup to hear D'Urbano's band. IN THE JUSTICE COURTS. The case of Matt Juntunen, charged with selling liquor without a license, was continued this morning In the court of Judge Olivier, when the tes timony taken at previous hearings was read over and signed by wit nesses. The examination of Alfred relippl, charged with shooting Mrs. Mary Barsocchl, which was to have come up today, was again postponed. SERVICES AT PEWABIC. There will be the regular services tomorrow at the Pewabic Methodist Episcopal church, beginning with class meeting at nine o'clock under the usual leadership. Morning service will be conducted by , the pastor, Rev. M. H. Kldred, and in the evening at 6:30 there will be an evangelistic service, con tinuing the series that has been In progress for the past two weeks. These meetings have had very satis factory results and will be continued during the coming week. Mr. Eldred has been assisted by pastors of other copper country churches, Rev. Frank Waters of Atlantic preaching last night and Rev. W. E. Marvin of the Han cock M. E. church on Tuesday even ing last. Walter Fisher was sentenced to ten days In the county Jail on Thursday on a charge of falling to take proper care of a horse hired by him from a local livery. He was arrulgned before Judge Funkey, on complaint of Mattson and Hendrlckson. Gladncsa comes with a better under standing of the transient nature of the many physical Ills which vanish bo fore proper efforts gentle efforts- pleasant efforts rightly directed and assisted by the pleasant laxative rem fdy Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact that It Is the one remedy which promotes Internal cleanliness without debilitating tho organs on which It arts. To get Us beneficial effects al ways buy the genuine manufactured mleioice ELECTION MATTERS QUIET. Unprecedented Condition of Pro-Election Inactivity in Hancock. Seldom if ever before' hus there been such a state of Inactivity in this city In mutters pertaining to the Bprlng municipal election as prevails ut the present time, notwithstanding that election day Is only a month away, Monday, April 4, will be the day of election, and on this date also the pri mary enrollment will be held. Every effort is being made by the Osborn Republican club to see that there is a full enrollment, so that every pos sible vote shall be available at the primaries next September for the up per peninsula candidate for the guber natorial nomination. With the exception of the' office of treasurer, no aspirants have come for ward as yet to announce their can didacy for any of the city offices to be filled at the coming election, only so far as the present incumbents are concerned, all the latter having de clared their willingness to accept a renomlnation. The treasurer, having served two terms, Is not again eligible and this is the reason there are so many seeking to fill his shoes. At least a full half dozen names have been mentioned for the office on the re publican ticket and a number on the opposing side, with a prospect that others will come out before the day of the convention. The election preliminaries will take definite form probably next week, when the Citizen's party leaders and city committees will get together to select dates for the ward caucuses and city convention of the party, which will be held during the latter part of March. The republican committees will also meet to take similar action. At the next regular meeting of the council, which takes place on Monday, March 7, election and registration places und dates, and the officials who will have charge will be appointed. COMMITTEE TO REPORT. Italian League Committee Arranging for Big Convention. The Hancock branch of the Italian Citizens' league will hold a meeting one week from tomorrow ut which fif teen new members will be admitted and other Important business matters transacted. The committee rcently ap pointed to prepare plans for the an nual convention of the Italo-Amerlcan Federation of the upper Pellnsula, to be held here next August, will present a report of the plans under considera tion for the entertainment ovtho vis iting members, who will comer from all parts of the northern peninsula of Michigan. There were thirty-five local branches represented at the meeting held last summer at Iron Mountain, where the federation was organized, and there will bo ten or twelve new Focletles affiliated by the time of the convention. The meeting will take place In August, and It Is expected that the exact date will be decided upon at the coming meeting, on March 6. TO ENTERTAIN VISITORS. The L'Anse high school - boys and girls basket ball teams arrived at noon today for games with the Hancock teams In the Amphldrome this after noon, and tonight the visitors will be entertained at a reception to be given in the high school assembly room. On this account the rehearsal of the par ticipants In the opera "Patfence" will be postponed. BACK FROM CHICAGO. Hancock People Return From Atten dance at Cement Show. W. Frank James, Ed Leach, A. L. Levy and Charles F. Rogers returned home yesterday from Chicago after spending three or four days at the cement show at the Coliseum. E. A. Hamilton and H. Z. Brock who were In the party that went from here last Monday did not come back with the others, deciding to remain a little longer. All are very enthusiastic over the show, which was a highly successful affair and a revelation regurdlng the remarkable development of the cement and concrete Industry. The vast Colis eum. In which the show Is being held, was crowded daily with visitors, many of whom made large purchases of ce- tnent and concrete accessories. A fea- ture of the exhibition was an Immense cement statue standing thirty feet or more In height, and symbolizing the four ages of structural development, the stone age, the Iron age, the steel age and the cement age. CONCERT THIS EVENING. Entertainment to Be G'.ven By Junior Temple of Honor Tomgnt. An interesting program will be given at the concert of tho Junior Temple of Honor of Qulncy at tho Qulncy nan this evening, as follows: , -...,r,l ...l.i Mlna Ruth Johnson. , Recitation, Master Bennetts, piano duet. Misses Pugh and Tip petL nne-act sketch. "The Salt Cellar, Will Thomas, Chester Kendall and Miss Rose Thomas. Duet. Misses Pearl and Jennie Ken dall. Violin duet, Richard Broad and Jo soph Glasson. Duet, Misses Tlppett and Kellotv. ILLUSTRATED LECTURE. ,-.. t ci.ikav f.miM nastor of the IU-V. ----- tlonnl church, will . in. oiv th second of loniorn'w -- - his Illustrated leitures on the Life of St. Paul, treating or ..... voir.- Anotncr ni " .11.1 IUIV -. - did views will be shown and the sun . . i- .. m. h Mr. (louiii is n"u ling In an Intere-ttng manner. The last of the series win n " ' , Sunday, when the topic win i v ..... tlanit, Before Caesar's Throne." D. Ham h. tie has I. ft for a busl- DR. MARTIN WILL SPEAK FOUR TIMES ON SUNDAY Rev. Dr. Martin, V. D., of Albion will preuch tomorrow at the Hancock M. E. church at both the morning and evening services. Dr. Martin preached last night, giving the first of a series of evangelisticul sermons, which was heard by a large congregation and proved very helpful und uplifting. He will preach again this evening and each night until next Friday, and It la probable thut during his visit to the copper country he will arrange to preach at the Pewabic Methodist church, where revival meetings are being held. The male quartette com posed of Messrs. Ladue, Crocket, Hus band and Everts will take part In the services each evening. Dr. Martin's subject last evening was "The Enthroned Christ," and the address was preceded by the usual song service and selections by the male quartette. Dr. Martin emphasized the throne of God as not merely the Beat of God's authority but the full majes ty, and glory of the divine personality; the love and righteousness of the in finite. He spoke of the throne subjec tively as the authority and power of God enshrined In the human heart. The Human Soul," he said, "is the greatest thing In the universe In Im portance, and In possibility. Every soul has its king, which is determined by the purpose of the life. He who bends all his energies In the pursuit of wealth has enthroned wealth; but on the throne of every heart should be seated God the Almighty." Having taken for his text the words, "In the midst of the throne stood a lamb, as It had been slain," he also called attention to the fact that Christ was to bo found In the very center of the throne, which was the center of the glory and majesty of God's person, allty. That is, the crucified Christ Is the heart of God, and tho center of the universe. Dr. Martin will speak tonight, and four times on Sunday; 1n the morning service at the Sunday school hour, and to a children's and parents' meeting at the hour of the Junior league In the afternoon; also at the evening ser vice. The quartette will sing both morning and evening. The Ladies' Aid society of tho Han cock M. E. church will meet next Wed nesday at the homo of Mrs. J. A. Mul holland In the lteakley Hats on Qulncy street In WcBt Hancock. DEATH OF YOUNG MATRON. Mrs. Oscar Anderson of Ripley Pasted Away Last Evening. Mrs. Oscar Anderson of Ripley died at about half past 10 o'clock last eve ning at her home, leaving to mourn her loss, her husband and three chil dren, one of them a new born bube. The funeral will be held on Monday afternoon, with interment at the Lake side cemetery. The funeral of the late Emll Waara will be held tomorrow afternoon from the late home of the deceased on Ryan street. Military honors will be shown by Company O of Houghton, the mem bers of which will turn out to pay their last respects to their former comrade. Interment will be in the Lakeside cem etery. HANCOCK BREVITIES. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mason left Thursday for Chicago, en route for Hot Springs, Arkansas, where they will remain for a month. Nick Evert, August Tull and Frank Francis spent Thursday rabbit hunt ing at Keweenaw Ray, securing eight een rabbits. Mr. Tull Is a res'dent of Melrose, Minnesota, and is visiting the home of Mr. Evert. Frank Quirlcl won a matched game of pool with James Gardner on Thurs day afternoon, with a score of 75 to 70. Notice was Issued yesterday by the clerk of the water board forbidding the practice of allowing the water to run to prevent freezing of water pipes. One reason for the issuing of the order is the fact that the pressure Is so low at present that when faucets are left open all night a number of houses on the hillside are left without a supply. The water board will enforco a fine upon persons allowing their water to run. The Kalku Finnish band of Frank lin has ordered new uniforms which are expected to arrive soon, and will be worn at the various entertainments which the band takes part in. The band is already discussing Its annual picnic, which is to take place during the month of August. The Coburntown Sunday school will hold a concert and bazaar this evening at the Coburntown hall, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. There will also be a brief program and refreshments will be First U, E. Church CATjUMET Tuesday Eve'g, March 1 T. WILLS Assisted by " MR. E. C. RICHARDS. "FROM BETHLEHEM TO CALVARY" A GRAPHIC REPRODUCTION. Beautiful. Sublime Moving PICTURES. EXTRA "The Great Heart." , Interesting Picture. "THE YACES OF Sill" Which Is Death Run-Do wn? Tone the nerves, strengthen the stomach, purify the blood and get a fresh grip on health by taking Beecham's Pills Sold Everywhere. la boxes 10e. and 28c served. The Sade Temperance society of Franklin will be the guests of the North Star society of Hancock at their annual meeting to be held this evening. Martin Rehner, the well known and popular candy salesman, Is In Han cock on one of his regular business trips. Mr. and Mr?. J. E. McAllister are moving Into their new home In the Toutant flats on Franklin street. The funeral of the late Samuel Car rlgan, . who expired suddenly Friday morning, will be held next Tuesday morning. Services will be held at St. Patrick's church, ond Interment In the Hancock Catholic cemetery, and the Ancient Order of Hibernians will at tend lii a body. James Carrlgan, son of the decedent, will arrive here on Monday morning from Butte, Mont, Rev. James Pascoe, of this city, general superintendent of the Hough ton district of the Methodist Episcopal church, attended the dedication of a new church at Gwynn, In the Iron country, the early part of the week and was among tho speakers who took part In the exercises. The seat sale for "The Man of the Hour," which conies to the Kerredge theater next Monday evening, opened yesterday morning at the Kerredo Hardware store. Mrs. Lester G. Karr and family ol Detroit, have arrived In the city to Join Mr. Karr, who recently came hero to take a pos'tlon. (torch lake news EAGLES WIN CONTEST. Indoor Baseball Team Defeats HubbeM Foresters. In a game replete with brilliant play, the Hubbell Foresters went down to defeat before the Lake Linden Ea gles, In the Indoor baseball contest at the opera house hall last evening. Al though the Eagles took; the lead by scoring six runs in the third Inning, they c.amej near losing Jt In the last two lnnfngs when the Foresters col lected six runs and brought the total score up 'to 14 and 12. Gerby was on the slab for the Foresters and fanned nlrie opposing' tmtsmen, while Reaudoln presided In the box for the victors atid retired seven batters via the strike 'out' route. '''' 11 1 TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. "The Man of the Hour" will be pre sented 'at: the local theatej tomorrow evening, and as the cast is a good one, MATCH ZBYSZKO vs. LEHTO AT PALESTRA Tuesjjar. 1 PRELIMINARIES JACK ROVETT, 01 Bessemer Champion Cornish Wrestler of the World WM. YAUtiti, Of Calumet Prices: Spl, 50, 51 CHILDRE NUNDER 14, 50c Preliminaries at - Main Bout Doers Open - . - - 8:30 9:30 6:30 SPECIAL TRAIN om COPPER RANGE nn AVE YOU the Liquor Disease or the Drug U or Tobacco Habits? II H so. co to the TAYLOR, INSTITUTE. Iron River J U Wkmnsin. nnd net permanently cured W. Thurtell THE OPTOMETRIST has returned to Calumet and will be glad to welcome his friends snd pa trons. Office hours 1 to 6 a"d 7 to 8 p. m. in Coppo block. Sixth street, op posite Vertin Bros. Eyes tested and glasses made to fit. Satisfaction guar, anteec. Phone 175 L-2 for private calls. WRESTLING CURRENT Copper Range maintain Its .production? ehaaged 'tnlr' little from month to month. There la sn Improvement to be expected from the Trimountaln branch by rea son of the Improvement in the lower levels of tki4 property. The Baltic continues to show up admirably with 22 pounds of refined coprer to the ton of rock stamped. Champion Is doing slightly better than Bal tic. Developments at th Lake and Indiana may mean prospective favorable condition! to be found on Copper Hange's extensive territory, although exploratory work, thus far has been attended with unsatisfactory results. NEW BALTIC LODE Diamond drilling at the New Baltic Lode la being pushed vigorously, and within the next week or ten days the drill should pull up another core from the lode. It la understood that the management la thorough ly satisfied with drilling operations to date and Is now preparing plans for the sinking of a shaft immediately after the spring break-up. WARRIOR DEVELOPMENT Developments at the Warrior continue to be pushed energetically. President ITooland of the company aent us a copy of a letter received from Mr. McCarthy r cently, and which comments upon developments up to the middle of the present month. This letter reads as follows: i . "Up to and Including the ISth Instant we have ship ped 1.387 tons from the Warrior Mine of a 10 per cent, grade, mine assay, "At this writing the west face of the 300-foot level drift Is looking particularly good, there being about four feet of ore In the face with indications that It will Increase in width above the drift, and In 88 raise we have at a height of fifty feet clean ore that wl'.l assay 7 per cent, . . Within the last week the 800 Intermediate atope hss opened up some fine ore on the hanging aide of th-t vein, and It looks very much now as If we are goIn to get an increase In tonnage . at this point, and of a grado that we have not figured on whatever . hereto fore. The balance of the mine la In good shape arvl right now our cost is lower than at any time since we took over the property. I received your telegram approving of the plan of drilling through the Montgomery vein and the drill Is being moved today. At the time I advised you ." few days ago that the drill would be moved the hold caved, and a string of tools was burled In . the case which delayed the moving of the drill until today." NEVADA CONSOLIDATED Directors of Nevada Consolidated met yesterday an! declared the regular quarterly dividend of 3" ft cents per share. At the same time Cumberland Ely direc tors announced an initial dividend of ten oents pep share. As the bulk of Cumberland Ely stock is owned by Nevada Consolidated this dividend will in a great measure provide the funds to be used In paying the dividend on the aditlonal Nevada Consolidated stock issued when Cumberland Ely was absorbed. The pro posed merger of Utah Copper and Nevada Consoli dated continues to meet with much opposition, particu larly from shareholders in the latter company. SUPERIOR AND GLOBE The home office of Superior and Globe was advise! this week that the north crosscut had been driven 249 feet and had encountered a flow of water on Feb. 21 Indicating the proximity to lode formation. The last five feet showed a change in the diabase carrying much iron and considerable faulting. The south crowcut there should be a large attendance, on Mondav evening the famous D'Ur- bano bund will entertain. On Thurs day night Howe's moving pictures wUl be seen here. The second game of Indoor baseball between the Odd Fellows and Masons will probably be played next Friday evening. Mm. M. Halvcrson departed yester day afternoon for Iola, Wis., where she will visit relatives, after which she nronoses to ko to Milwaukee and Chi cago markets to make purchases for her millinery store. Mr. and Mrs. James Stephenson oi Milwaukee, are visiting with friends in the Torch lake towns. GENERAL EDUCATIONAL NEWS. San Francisco has two rival boards of education. Oxford and Cambridge editors con template a university in China. Wooster. Univ., O., is offered tSOO.oua if Its "frats" are ousted. Wisconsin will provide summer schools for the professional training of Parhers Three long term insuiuies, eight county normal training schools. and six weeks summer sessions in each of the eight state normals. Iowa has for three different years elected a woman president of the State Teachers' association. Why not? Hon. Henrv Sabln nominates Supt. Klla Flagg Young president of N. E. A. for next year, and dares Wlnshlp to second the nomination. , Geo. P. Brown, the scholarly, gifted. versatile editor of "School and Home Kducfttlon" Bloomlngton. Ilk, died re cently at his home In Bloomlngton. leading educator and Mr. n was a thinker, a warm friend of Commis sions W. T. Harris, and n leader In the educational councils. Trof. W. H. Cheever of the Milwau kee Normal school. In his rubllc ad dresses before the school board con ventions of the state, makes a strong plea for the elimination of bachelors from school boards. He elao states that men and women having no chil dren In school should not be placed upon school boards. According to statistics for 1909 the twenty-eight universities rank In at tendance as follows 1. Columbia ... 2. Harvard .... 3. .Ohlcagn .... 4. Michigan .. R. Cornell 8. Pennsylvania 7. Illinois 8132 ..8S58 847 8259 S02J 4S7 4 50 J Minnesota Wisconsin i 4131 424$ '. 40S4 California NVw York university 314 Nebraska '03 GOSSIP OF THE vasMn 28 fecf&ndrbreasteff'mtlllUaU. The manage ment expects to encounter the vein in the north cross cut at any time now. The south crosscut Is being; driven u Intercept the Yuma fault. Superior an! Globe Is spending about 14,000 monthly, end has funds sufficient to easily carry It through the present year," least. - . '"' ARIZONA AND MICHIGAN , V " ' Arlxona and Michigan has decided to abandon the plan oX sinking an Incline shaft on the Old Domin ion vein.. No. reason, was given for this, action, but It Is likely that results at the Telfair shaft will be awaited before this new work is undertaken. The north cros4 cut from the Telfair had been driven S16 feet In quart, site and the south lateral 464 feet up to Feb. II. There has een some talk of a diamond drill being, used at the property, but this rumor lacks official confirmation ' NORTH BUTTS Dlrctors of North Iii.tte nro scheduled to meet In Duluth next Monday, February 2Sth, to Uke action on the quarterly dividend. There 1 but little question that the dlvldeud will be halved. The strength In the stock during the past two or three days has. been du largely to the public tuylng and Indicates the return of greater, confidence in the future of the property. Around present prices. North Butte looks extremely at tractive, although. such .purchases .a are made shouiJ be well protected in order to guard against any pos sible further raise made In the stock. NORTH INDIANA The notation of the North Indiana along the lines Indicated In our letter a week ago has been abandoned. The underwriters withdrew when their engineers re ported the fact that the property was largely prospec tive, and refused to recommend it without some diamond .drill work being done upon it. Present plans, which are as yet tentative, call for the organization of a' development company, which will Immediately Institute diamond drill operations. In the event that success attends these efforts, an organization along the lines originally intended will be perfected. Announcement of the consummation of the new deal Is expected next - i, -1 week. BLACK MOUNTAIN The annual report of the Black Mountain Mining Co. was Issued this week, and Is far from being a very encouraging one. The financial state Indicates the ne cessity of raising additional funds. The directors have formulated a plan whereby It Is hoped to raise $225.-, 000. This will be brought about by the voluntary loan of fifty cents per share. It Is stipulated In the agree ment that unless the entire $225,000 is forthcoming by March 6th, all those who have agreed to the. proposition will receive their money back. In the event that this plan Is not successful. It Is quite likely that share holders will find their, equity In this property worta practically nothing. , . . INSPIRATION . i . W, B. Thompson and Geo. E. Gunn are now Inspecting developments at the Inspiration property .which thiy' control. An apparatus for determining the. ratio of, concentration of Inspiration ore la to fee installed soon near the Joe Bush shaft. . A Bite for the new concen trator to be erected Is also being considered. Inaplra . atlon is rapidly blocking out a large ore tonnage, and while we do not expect any rapid movement In the stock, we believe that If purchased around present prices, material profits will; be had within another year. 13. Yale 3278 14. Syracuse t...S248 15. Northwestern 3197 16. Ohio -3012 17. Missouri 2589 18. Texa '....2492 19. Iowa 2248 20. Indiana 2231 Z Kansa 2144 22. Tulane 1S62 23. Stanford 1620 24. Princeton 1400 25. Western Reserve 1083 26. Washington 1003 "27. Virginia 767 28. Johns Hopkins 710 The greatest gains made during the year were by Columbia, Chicago, Wis consin, California, Cornell, Ohio, and Pennsylvania In the order named. ALASKAN DOG RACE. "Some minutes before two o'clock," says a writer In the Wide World mag azine, describing the yearly Alaskan dog race, "the Judges, starters and time keepers were In their appointed places, two hastily-erected grand stands box es. If you will In the principal thor oughfare, from which floated the colors of the' Nome kennel club. Fourteen teams started, all picked dogs, all In the hands of capable drivers, men who knew the trail and knew how to handle their strange steeds. '. "It was not long, however, before a setback was experienced. Some twen-tv-elaht miles down the coast .the teams ran Into a blizzard of such ex ceptional fury that the racing teams, with the exception of one, decided to put -up -at a rest shanty known as nrown's roadside house. The driver t who struggled on was blown with his dogs out upon the Ice of Bering sea where he spent the night His Siber ian dogs, with their long bushy hair. were soon completely covered with a sheet of Ice so thick that they could scarcely move. The teams that had taken refuge In the ahanty were new no there for eighteen hours. Their shelter consisted of a room hot more than thirteen feet wide by thirty feet long, this space Including a shed at one end and side, a floor of beaten earth. rude bunks.' built In tiers against the wall and furniture of the most primi tive description. Under this roof fifty-four racing dogs twenty-six of them belonging to the malls two travelers' teama and two Eskimo teams, each of several dogs, one span of mules snd at least twenty men had sought shelter from the bitter weather. Several of the bunks were eccupied by racing dgs. to the exclusion of aome of the men. The dwelling has since ten humor ously dubbed 'The House of a Thous snd Bow-wows. COPPERS "The moment the blizzard had spent itself the drivers harnessed up the dogs, assisted by willing and excited hands, and dashed away toward their distant goal again. It was a hard fought race and was won by Fink's team, nine beautiful dogs in trappings of crimson and gold, in Just under ninety-Tour hours." ' . ;.t il The dog has forty-two teeth. '' There is not less than 1.200.000,000 tons of coal deposited in Japan. This coal is now being mined at the rate of 14,000,000 tons a year. The coat seams usually vary from three to eight feet thick. . and are mostly' so conveniently situated that they can.be worked by Incline. The linotype . machinists ' of Man hattan have established for them selves an official organ under the title Typesetting Machine Engineers Joxr- Little Lessons In Saying Two dollars and a half a week In a Pennsylvania . store was a modest v b ginning for the great steel king, and multi-millionaire ' mine owner, Chas. , M. Schwab. "Can you drive stakes 7" he was atked when he applied ur work in one of the near by mills "Yes."! was the reply, "I can drive fny thing Will you work for one dollar, a day?" ( h e "Certainly." said this ambitious boy. "I will r:ork for anything I can get." His rise from a dollar a day ut stake-driving to perhaps the largest salary In the world reads like a fairy story. , . ills one great trait was self-rellaneo. He believed In himself, depended on himself, and rose to great heights through earnest , application to the thing In hand. ' ; -Everybody." says Mr. Schwab,' "Is expected to do his duty, but the one who dics tnore than his duty Is the one to succeed." Every man who works for wage owes it to Ma family as well as to himself to save psrt of his earnings. Ills duty Is too plain to nee, 4 any ar gument and the First National Hank of Calumet will make It very easy for thoae who desire to begin. y the California Fig Syrup Co. Pcm trip to Ch cago.