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THE CALUMET NEWS.
SATURDAY, MARCH 2C, n910. GRANDPA SCATTERGOOD. " -r- tOCK AT TKAT MtCfc CADV 'tNTLMCK VVDUtO SHE f ANT OCT TVVST TMEeJ 'A Nrce young- JTANCtNCr oirr V COLO our TO, - IN TH COLIV i m S (D DAT NTG MUST ( ch roc HAVe STRUCK COMIX 50METHIN& J. 8 J r 0 ; 7a ft ?xow.r WONDER. didY if . - lltti.fi ILK. membership in the Boston Stationary Firemen's Union. Ho is said to bo the first Mongolian received into an Eastern labor organization. Many unions havo declared in favor of the formation of nn allied printing trades section of tho American Fed eration of Labor. The Pennsylvania Railroad com yany'a revised rules for employes, just promulgated, havo caused consterna tion, because one of them prohibits the use of tobacco in any form en passenger trains. TO CONSERVE BEAUTY Government Taking Steps to Improva Scenic Aspects at Niagara. In June. 1906, Congress passed an ju t authorizing and directing the sec retary of war to appoint "a committee of land scape Architects and others well fitted by training and experience to advise him in devising such meas ure.wt as will result in protecting and preserving and improving the scenic aspect on the American side of the Niagara river, particularly In what is known as the milling district, 1m- Easter Millinery Opening Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday March 23, 2 and 26, 1910 Miss M. B. Leary at VERTIN BROTHERS MILLINERY DEFT SECOND FLOOR. mediately below the falls," where n succession of ugly factories and power houses occupy the brink of the gorge for nearly a mile. Acting under this authority, Presi dent Taft. while still secretary of war, appointed Frank D. Millet, Fred Law Olmstead. John Stephen Sewell and Charles Y. Kutz, the latter a captain of engineers In the nrnVy, who have recently.' submitted their report to Soc- I !f. rotary Dickinson. Their Investigation was thorough and they have already accomplished much good by moral suasion among the property owners nnd manufacturers along the brink of gorge and they recommended as the only permanent solution of the prob lem, the acquisition by the United States of a strip of property extending the whole length of the gorge, not loss than 100 yards wide, ilong the rim, this strip to bo converted Into a na tional park and reservation as fast -is the buildings now upon It can be grad ually removed. Tho committee declares that If pres ent conditions continuo and the gorge remains in private ownership, not only will the disfigurement Increase and multiply, but the extent of them will Increase rapidly until the whole gorge uh iuojj onjcA Bj osoj Xjajpuo aesthetic point of view. A bill has been prepared nt the war department under tho direction of Secretary Dickinson, and has been In troduced Into both houses, to carry out the recommendations of the com mission, and the multitudes of people who feel a share In tho world's great est wonder will be gratified when it becomes a law and the suggestion cf the commission are carried out id i ' ' " " . " "7 : : . : . . . ' "" i 1 a $ u J I CD) r" rL WW 1 U vj G CD A- owning ' Ach ievem Art ' No IVfore Refreshsog, Strengthening Home Beverage was ever brewed-the Concentrated Essence of Rich Grain and Imported Hops ON DRAUGHT, AND IN PINTS AND QUARTS FOR HOME USE ass 3C Hoehf ok 444 esosm