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TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Hancock Department ANNUAL ELECTION Of GERMAN AID FIFTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEET ING OF OLDEST SOCIETY IN COPPER COUNTRY HELD SUNDAY. OLD RfSIDiNJS CALLED AT DAWN Of HLW YEAR Tin- Herman AM society of Hancock, which lutH the honor and distinction of being the oldest fraternal organization In existence In the opiH-r country nnd pnhapH in tlie entire upper pe nlnsula. Its ilfty-seeond unnual inciting innl election of officers at (lermanhi I. all n Simtlay evening. Following the business there was a smoker and so cial. The officers mid committees tinmen are as follows: President Fred lien. Vice llesident Lnurcnco Ilerres. Secretary lVter Kluson. Assistant secretary Christ Welter. Manager of hall und treasurer W. Kuuth. Assistant manager Carl CJoohs. Physician Dr. (J. K. (Jallcn. "'r.'.steeH, fr one year Charles j ;, ,r st, P. . Malor, Joseph Plessman. l'or two years John fctlnn, Prank Francis, John Schabach. p.uilding committee John Schabach, J.. I lent s, P. C. Maler. Sick committee Rist Hancock Her luan Schilling; West Hancock Martin Will; Ijulncy Hill (J. A. Kopp; Atlan tic John Link; South Side William Vaiit-h; yulney Mills, Hubbell nnd l.i.k'1 Linden Fred lion; Calumet l.miiard Wlllmunn; Kcdtidge August Ib-ports submitted by the treasurer, secretary and other officers showed the society in fine condition financially M..5 ". growing membership, nine new members having been admitted during the past two months. Two of the old est members passed away during th j car John Trompeter, w ho Joined In 1m;.., and Emanuel Vollmer, who be lame a member In 1SG4. There still survive several of the earliest members, who Joined back in the early sixties, shortly after organ isation, Adolph Ituht, of this city, he lm? the oldest member tmw living. Matt Wagner, who Joined In 1SG3. John llowett, 1S0I, and Charles P.orst, 1X73. are other members who have been nITiliated with the society the longest of any included In its present membership. The society decided to hold a ball at Hermanla hall - somo time in the month of February, and a committee of five, consisting of W. C. Kuuth. chairman: Frank Francis. Chris Wel ter, John Stinn. nnd Peter C. Maler, was ppolnted to have charge of the arrangements. August Sonnncrs, nn old reiid. nt of Hancock and tor many ye.tr ist nn einiloyt. f the tit y. pas--.-d away ut about 3 o'clock Sunday morning at his hoiiu on Fruiikliu str.et, after an III net's of several months. Mr. Soimners tad been confined t bis home by Hi nts since early'lasi rail, and his end win tmt unexpected. He was a native of (brinany and was idxty-elaht years of, age. He Is survived by his wife and by four thildnii, two sous and two daughters. He was a fmnkber of the St. Joseph's .society, which organiza tion will attend the funeral, which takes place on Wednesday morning. 'I ho services will be In Id at St. Jo st ph's church and Interment will be In Lakeside cemetery. Died at Sheboygan Falls. Mrs. p. (1. Trowarbhi'. mother of A. H. Trowbridge of tills city, died early Sunday morning at lr home in She '.ygnn Falls, WiMcoti-un, alter a long Illness from pneumonia, combined with other ailments due ko advanced ago. She was seventy-.-ixjyears of age and formerly resided in! this city, where she Is well rem. iwU red by the older rcidents, her husb.:id having Ibeen surface foreman atjtho Qulncy for a number of years. They moved from Hancock about t.wc ty years ago, nnd xince tlnn made telr home at She boygan Kails. Wri and Mrs. A. H. Trowbridge left Minday afternoon to iiM.n.l llw fun. .ml I FRANKLIN STREET BLAZE : DOES EXTENSIVE DAMAGE A fire whl h broke out in a hou- di Franklin street, owmxl by Henry J ii nt Iimm und occupied (by the family of Andrew Kolvu, did ilamax" to thu extent of over u thousand dollars last evening, the Interior of the house be ing badly scorched 1oth upttalrs and down, several windows smashed and the furniture belonging to tho Koivu's almost ruined. iMr. Kolvu cairied about I3a0 Insuransce, while the house It sall to have been Insuml for about The origin of the fire Is attributed to different causes, one reort lining that It was due in the upsetting of u liunp, during the alwH iwt; of the family. Mi Kolvu, w lien sten this morning, statetl that In his opinion it wa.4 caused "by the over-heating of a stovepipe, wlilch Ignited the wall .paer at the point where tho stoveple entered the chim ney. He had gone down to the cor ner of Qulncy and Kuvlne streets to meet Ms .wife, who was returning from niendlng the day ut Calumet, and dur ing his absence the flames broke out. Tiie fire started alut half ipast six o'clock and the alarm was carried Jy come boys to thu fire station, where signal No. 21 was sounded. MERGER FLAN IS SUBMITTED BY TIIE C.&H.u Continued from Tago 2. Mrg. Chris Mrs. Chris I'.rya ni'oout 3 o'clock i.Mi nary cation on culncy el illness. She !iu:!.)aiid. and by of ChasseiK Th jf metal will Thursda.' aftirini'. with feryant Dead. t. ag d 4:t. died at day morning, Jan- it her homf at the Pewablc lo ll, after an cxtond survived by hef ?lster, Mr.--. Warner W held services n Congregational indus (arret f and i purest Hill cem- OondlKted nt thurch by Tlev. interment will n ettry, Hmivjhton. Yfiunx Wcmin Dead. Miss Kaisa 'Mallllda iMantyla, seventeen years, at Ouimy and til yesterday a f tern conducted at the tji.-iii chinch i!y 1 uvl Saturday night funeral was held n, services being Vest Hancock Fin- Ilv. A. U Heideman f Calumet, ilnteitient iwas In lake side cenuttry. Paavola C iild Expires. ' August Kuopus. the five-months -idl sen of Mr. am Mrs. J.dut Kuopus. died at a'wHlt halflpa-t twelve o'clock on Sunday mornlni at the homo of Its l.nrents. The fui from the house ird Interment toe) cemetery. al was conducted stcrdav afternoon. place at Iikeside NEW YEAR'S WEDDING. Marriajja of Aba Horwitx of Duluth and Miss Bella Lieberman. Two prominent young Jewish people were united in marriage in this c'ty Sunday evening, the contracting par ties being Alx Horwltz of Duluth and Miss l:elle Lh-bermanu of South Itange. The ceremony was jerformed at the Odd Fellows hall In this city by Rabbi A. Ou.ise, assisted Ihy Idser IJehermann, father the ibrlde. A larne nunrbcr of romlnent Jewish res idents of the portage Pake towns were present to witness the ceremony, which took place at 7 o'clock, and at the reception which followed. The cou ple were attended, by 1 Joyce Sosansky ami Nathan Joe.-lsoti, nnd and orches tra furnished music during the mar riage service and reception. Mr. Horwltz Is engaged In the gro cery business in Duluth. where he will take his 1rldc, and where they will make their future hom. HAS NEW TERRITORY. FUNERAL HELD MONDAY. Jay R. Pearce, traveling salesman for the Stone-Onlean Wells company of Duluth In this section, has been transferred to new territory and will have next week for South Dakota, where he wilt henceforth represent the firm. This section will be taken can of In the future by non-resident sales men, it having been found Inexpedient to keep a man stationed In this tern tory. Mr Pearce returned yesterday from Duluth. where he visited ut the headquarters of the firm. The council will hold Ms first meet ing of the new year tomorrow even ing In tho jibsence of ;Maywr W. Frank Jan.es at Jvinsintf, the chair will bo occupied iby mayor pro tetn, Frel Fra nets. 1'he funeral of th ihy, s ho tilt d on 1- held at nine o'clock; service. taking pla NO BETTER WAY TO BREAK A BAD COLD. The most effective and harmless way to cure tho Crlppe or break a severe cold, either in the head, chest, back, Momach or limbs1, Is a dose of Pair's Cold Compound every two hours until three consecutive doses are taken. You will distinctly feel the cold breaking nnd all grippe symptoms go ing after in very JlrBt dose. It promptly rellevts the most miserable neuralgia pains, headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, feverlshness. cnettxlni?. ore throat, running of the nose, soreness, stiffness and rheuma tic aching. Take, this harmless Compound as di rected, with tho knowledge that there Is ;io other medicine, made anywhere lse In the world, which will cure your col.l or end Crlppo misery ns prompt ly and without any other assistance or bad after-effects ns a 25 cent package of laiK'a Co d Compound, which any tlrugglst In the world can supply. After three years' research we have conclusively demonstrated thnt quinine to nut r.nwtlv fn tho treatment of colds or grippe. hurch, and inteiiient at Iikeide cemetery. The Hibernians, K'ks. M t x l - rn Woodmen and Commercial Trav lers' socltties nut at their lodge rooms nnd attends I the funeral In a body, the cortege J being a long one ittestlng to the popularity and es teem In 'Which inu tieceticni was neiii In the community. : The remains of the late Oscar Olson were laid at rest outlay uiicrnoon at lakeside cemetery, the funeral tak ing place from tho Swedish Ivjttieran hurch In West Hancock, where serv ices were conducted by Rev. ojala or Calumet. Interment took place at lakeside cemetery. The clerks cf Hancock and Houghton, both thoso nlonglng to the union and others. ittentbd the funeral In a body, as- rvmbling nt the lliibernian hall and proceeding from thre to the house. nnd theivco . nctliur as escort to the ecu net cry. -iTT 1 li-.tP' I X fV"ila 1 j late Kugcne Mur- day morning, was 'Monday morning, at St. Patrick's JAMES GOES TO LANSING. Mnvor James left yesterday for anslng, to take his scat In the sen ate n member from this district, ins arrival nt the state capital I. an oc- aslon of considerable interest to the legislators and newsiiaier8 of lower Mlrbliran. a nunber of whom have rllten to Mr. James expressing ea eerness to see nnd meet tho man who was able to defeat Senator Smith. FIRST 1911 BABY. The honor of being the first child born in Hanconk In 1911 belongs to nomas Lynch. Jr., the little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas I.vncn. or Franklin street. The youngster ar rived nt hnlf past 7 o'clock on Sun day morning. FINNISH PLAY PRESENTED. At the Kerrcdxtt theater Sunday evening n five-act musical tlraina en titled, "Conquering the IK-vlI, was given by Finnish singers of Houghton county under the direction oi itoi. Sanfrld iMustoncn. The cast, and chorus convpri ed about one nunureu voices, and music was furnished by ii In met nnd Hecla orchestra. The proceeds were divided among the. sev eral Finnish glee cluOs of the county Tho total amount or the los nt the P.-will r.r Saturday morning Is stated to have been about $l.r00, on there Is about $1,000 Insurance. w'hloh BEERBEER GLORIOUS BEER May you always drink as rura ind good a beer ns the Calumet. It ,Voti do you will preserve your health and strength and live many Java to enjoy, It. For Holiday meer there is nothing like the Cal Jmet Peer. CALUMET BREWING GO. Phona 27V CLEANSES THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS COLDS, AND HEADACHES DUE TO CONSTIPATION. BEST FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN-YOUNG AND OLD. TO GET IT'S BENEFICIAL EFFECTS -ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE. MANUFACTURED BY THI SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS .j. 4.A.5,.j.4..t""r HANCOCK BRIEFS. .j. .j. . j. : A daughter has been .!orn to Mr. and and Mrs. John iMoilanen of Lab- rty street. "Prucc'' Ieggett. sporting dltor of the Duluth Herald was a visitor in Hancock Saturday. Dr. W. W. Klmmell has returned from a holiday visit with relatives In Northern IndJana. A warrant was Issued this morning on complaint or jonn jiuuiuo.tn. charging AVllllam Lucas with assault nnd battery. The bearing will take laco In Justice Olivier's court. A number of students of the .Mar- tjuette Normal krt this morning to re sume their studies. Among them were Irene O'Neill, I-: telle Schulcr, Ilessle Fisher, Anna nnd Rose Harrington. Margaret O'lieary, and (Madgo and lentrice Allen of Iillar Pay. Tho Flora DeVoss Stock company played matinees and evening verfrm am e at the Kerretlge theater yesterday to good sized audiences, making a good Impression nt both shows. The company will be the attraction h!1 the present week, with change of hill daily. F. W. Davis, secretary f the Port- ,-vge LJine imsiness .urn ji hiim., left Sunday for n visit to St. Paul and MlnneuTolis, where be will visit offi cers of the commercial and merchants associations to obtain Ideas which may be of value to the local Ituslness mcii'b no.latlon. He will return January 10, In time for the next meet In of the association. The Miools of the city resumed ihoir ins t'Hbiv after a ten days holiday vacation. The various teach r- living out of tmvn returned yes terday. Two new Instructors author izod by tho Ft-hool board will bo lected shortly by Superintendent Ia U.rwe, to whom the matter was re ferred. nnd tbey will be fliere to as same their duties nt the beginning of the second semester on January b mined with profit through No. 13 Calumet und Hecla shaft. I'nder separate organixutlons the tost of put ting Into operation the uliandoned Os ceola shafts N'os. 1, 2 and 3 would make It unprofitable to remove this ground. At the South Kearsarjjc branch (see map 3) the ground available will b exhausted In ubout six years If the present into of production Ih main tained. Pnder the consiliilatlon No. 1 shaft can be continued Into Centen nial property and Cent- nnlal ground more economically mined than through No. 2 Centennial shaft. At the North Kearsurge branch there is a block of ground north of No. 4 shaft which Immediately available for mining throimh No. 1 Allouez shaft, but which if not so mimlid must wait many years to be taken out through No. 4 North Kt-arsarge shaft. Osceola Is ut present under a large expense for the i t-motlelii. of Its mill, when Is necessary in order to secure satisfactory extraction froti Kearsarge rock. Under the consolidation this ost would be borne by the properties as a wnoie, ami in return :ne proper- tics ns a whole would derive tin? yd vantages of economy In milling pro cesses already pointed out. Centennial. Developments on this property dur ing the past year have shown but little Improvement. From present Indica tions the most profitable way In which this propjerty can be operated Is ns part of a large organization, which will make It possible to close down opera tions In this ground when the price of copper is Jow ami to mane a large production when the price Is hlga. For reasons already stated thl course cannot be pursued to advantage at present. The advantages to be obtained through the use of No. 1 South Kear sarge sliart or me osceoia v ompan to mine certain of this company's ground have been stated under the heading Osceola. To the south of Centennial, on the Osceola lodo (see map i). No. IS Calu met and Hecla shaft will soon reach the boundary between this property and Calumet and Hecla. This sliart would under the consolidation be available at a minimum cost for the determlnaton of values of that lode on Centennial, and, If values are found. for the economical mining of that territory. Tamarack. Though the mine of this company Is well equipped, its workings are very deep, the ventilation Is bad ami tne copper contents of the rock show a constant decrease with the Increased depth. Its stamp mill Is not adapted to the milling tif Its conglomerate rocK. ami the present extraction Is obtained only through the use of a portion of the Calumet and HecU stamp mill. Calu met and Hecla, may at any time be compelled by an Increase of operations upon Its own property to make use of all its stampng capacity. In that event this company would be dependent iiKn its own mill for the treatment of Tamarack conglomerate n k. This would result in sucn a loss that mining operations would have to be discon tinued until , the mill could be re modeled. The underground conditions i do not Justfy the expenditure of the money necessary ior sucn rcmoueutm. Of the benefits to be obtained from a consolidation the following are the most Important: The ground tributary to No. " Tama rack shaft on the conglomerate lodo (we map 1)) Is limited, and recent developments show no Improvement in values, except nt the extreme southern end of the property, close to the i.aiu met nnd Hecla boundary. These dev elopments Indicate good ground in Calumet and Hecla property. Under one organization It would be possible, as It would not under the separate or ganlzatlons. to use No. 5 Tamarack shaft to hoist 'rock from both Tama rack and Calumet and Hecla property. This will not only make me sav ing incident to the use of the shaft most convenUntly located to the ground, but will make connections which will In a large measure solve the problem of ventilation. It will also obviate the danger of crushing and the consequent ultimate ms oi some ground; for. owing to the ex treme depth of this ground, the crush ing pressures are very great, and K one company mines out the ground next to its lsnndary before the other company mines out its adjoining ground, the later company's ground crushes and cannot be recovered. Operations on tho Osceola lode (see map 2) were temporarily uov.-unwi lled owing to the ror grade or rou and the low price of copper, nouiu the price of copper warrant the min ing of this ground it can be mined more economically through Calumet and Hecla shafts Nos. H nnd 11, and the cost of malntnlnlng Tamarack No. 2 shaft can be discontinued after he small amount of t oiigloaierate rock adjacent to it has been mined. There Is a lar tonnage of con glomerate tfil!l;K which can In work ed at a profit by re rushing nnd wash ing with modern devices for the sav ing oT copper. A ret rushing mill and equipment for tlis purpose Would Cost :'jO.'i"0. Its erectlm by this corn;iany wo. ild (Icier the pos) n, ut y oi oii- di rids. The t onso'.da led company, would sase the ct st of po.vir plant for this mill. Laurium The cost of repurchasing the sur face of section 24 Isold iioiny jears ago). In order to lnk a thaft and erect the iiecvharv equipment, and the small area m the Kenrs-irge I' dc :at this point make 1 possible to mlr. this ground "t a profit lndepeiid. -lily. II values exist in this ground they :cun be profitably secured only In ton-lo-t tion with Ca!..mct and Hetla. oper ations on this lode. Developmi nt work on the Kear sarge lode in section 2H bads to the in lief that operations, If conducted here on a large scale, may be profit able, but the territory adjacent to jthe company's shaft l-t int l.irce and at a depth of about 2..0J feet the shall will run into Osceola , ground. I'nder tile consolidation tne shaft hecoint available for mining the ground of both companies, so that unh rgrouno operations can be conducted econom ically and with no greater cost for cq;ilpmnt than will be necessary fr Laurium alone. To the south of th shaft the ground adjacent to I.a Salle property can be more , economically mined through No. I La Salle shaft. If. as is possible, the rock Is of sin h low grade as to require the shutting down of this property during period of low prices of copper, such phut- ting down cau be more economically accomplished under one organization than if the company remains lnde pendent.. This company has no stamp mill, and Its product can be handled by the combined facilities of the large organization to advantage nnd at ji saving for milling charges. La Salle The developments on the Kearsarge I lode on this property have, on th whole, been disappointing, although It Is too early to condemn definitely the large art a of unexplored ground t the south. The umount of develop ment work which must be done on this lode makes any prospect of div idends for the stockholders a matter for the distant future If this company continues as a separate organization. To the west the diamond drilling don shortly uftcr the formation of the company gives little basis for expec tation of finding values on the Osct ola, Calumet Conglomerate or Pt wablo lodes. There are somewhat remote Possibilities of finding values to the east, but the explorations which must be made for that pur nose will be verv expensive, and will still further defer the prospect of dividends. The work done at Nos. 1 and 2 shafts has developed low grade ground on which operations must bo conduct etl on a large scale If they nre to hi profitable. The area of this com nanv's ground tributary to these Fhafts can be continued Into Osceol: territory und mining operations on the combined areas lie conducted mor economically and with a much smallc relative and only slightly greater ah solute cost of eouipment than if this company remains Independent. The company has no stamp mill nnd what has already been said as to saving In milling charges appli to this company. Superior ' The greatest problem In operating Superior !s to secure stamping faciil ties In n mill louinned to make an udequate extraction of copper from Su nt rlor rock. The mill of the Atlantic Min'ng company, which is now stami ing the rock under contract, If fairly satisfactory as regards extraction, but the cost is so high that continuance o its use Is not warranted. The oth available mills adapted to economical treatment are the Calumet and H anil the Allouez-Centenr.Ial mills, but the cost of transportation to the mints Is hlsrh and no assurance of permanent use can b" given. The Superior has developed a com paratively large block of good ground, but ns the Pal tic mine, two mile dis tant, is the nearest point, where profit able operations are bring conducted on this lode, it is Impossible to predict over hw great an area on lands of this company the commercial mineralization extends. For this reason, it does not seem to be wise for Superior, as an In dependent organization, to Incur th great cost of a mill she stamp mill. If the proposed tion takes e ffect, however, for transportation to the mill would be low, and. at a compara tively small expense, this mill coul.l be enlarged nnd the washing apparatus so remodeled as to be economical for th treatment of both Isle Hoyale and Su perior rock. The construction work cannot be undertaken by the 11 Hoyale In Its present financial condi tion, and the Joint ownership of th mill or the Investment of Superior funds In this work cannot be recom mended. There are economics to be effected by avoiding the duplication of surface WHEN BUYING Four points should be CAREFULLY considered! cannot be entirely satisfactory, otherwlks they lure they are Highest Quality Artistic Workman ship. Correct Style and Perfect Fit These qualities combined make Fur Carmen's that rella! le aJid durably and have a ri n. oressy lip- In our estnallsnment we nae no tuners. ore pear a nee 1 1- FUBS REPAIRED AND REMODELED vill as rn-ci ss::ry If Independent julpmer.t, which Superior continues rganlzation. Itl Royal The results of recent nperatl"n Justify the belief that the isle Kojaiej ode. if It continues ot atout mo Fame character and copper eontenrs can o? worked at a small profit at the present nice of copper. Sooner or Jajcr tnis ompany may face the nercs.-ity of losing down Its mine r.t low prices of opoer. and the here Interests require that operations tip'm tn isie noaie ide shall be restricted or Increased with the mutations in ir.c puce oppcr. Any other course would result In a rap.d exhaustion oi me mincxu sources of the company without ma rial probt. Fxplorath'iis upon IhP Halt t- lode mu. aiso T.e mane, r .in ure to do this n-ould leave the c m par.y n Itho-it Information as to whal Its mineral resources are. This company's stamp mill Is at resent adapted only to the treatment f Plr Poyale rock. If Isle Ho, ale huts down, the mid. under the prrs- ... . - . 1 1.1'.. T ent cofniition. must siami to.e. i, l.i,-glng the mil! and remodeling the washing cqiiprntnt It couni ie mane i.itaMe for the ec inomieal treatment f Superior rrnk as well. The re-uM would be that when the price or cop per Is low the output of Superior rocs with its hlglu-r copper contents, Increased and the mill kept w on a satisiaciorv oaniii ui nn. The present ;..;.-nchil condition of the t'omounv does not warrant n undertaking the exploration work r tplired, the proper development W'o; r tho rommU'linr of the mill, t nd one organization tne pian uuwo'.ec i Hil.l be carried out to the mutual j the HEIdOU The Beer That Pleases In Pint and Quart Bottles Order a Case Today Scheuermann Brewery. Fiunes in 2il Copper Country Towns In i ut at advar.ti'jre ' thin property and other propetties united in the coi d ition. j Advantages. Many advantages are pointed the statement. It is shown t! consolidation great economies could coui. I be worked in the matter of shafts and shaft sites, milling nnd smelting transportation, general treat mer.t and supplies, general administra tion, such as the maintenance of the hospital and aid fund, furnishing ade quate water supply cheaper power. couiu : rklng j l. v:m AVie notified. The long, rough I lide over the mountains and desert occupied three das and nights. At some stages it required three hours to cover a mile, so steep were the glades or so ilcp the desert sands. .ns bfore he arrived in eight of corpse the squaw's wailing as theljdie chantel the dirges of the Piute beard. In the gray of the mor: the connier re. u bed the binly. s'vht of the woman standing ere t the loot of tier dead brave, her i w en ' ing 'The ! at (It ctrk all c in th ompanh n: in, and in the iinanccs t had staked the j body, preparin SQUAW'S LONG VIGIL. Watched Three Days Without Foad or Water Over Dead Brave. To remain for three days and two nights on tho desert keeping weird i il beside her dead was tho pa thetic lot of I'lali. i I'.otiifat e. whose brave was accidentally killed by the discharge of a shotgun. The acci dent occurred far out n the disert. Miners, attracted by the squaw's wail ing, found her standing beside the body, her two small children asleep nearby. A long ride was made to the near est telephone point nnd Coroner t black hair flying in the breeze, pre sented a dolorous picture, heightened I by the chant of the dirge. The squaw- had broken all tho ilrae"s crockery against a tree, had I tlatteised out his spoons and forks I nnd otlu r utensils on the rocks and two horses near the to slay them o er lis grave. 1 Miring the long vipil tho woman had taken nourishment cf no kind and would only cat after the body had been covered in the ground. San Bernardino correspondence Los Angeles Times. Asthma ! Asthma ! POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY rives instant relief and an absolute euro in all crises cf Asthma. Pronchitis, and Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on receipt ot price ti oo. Trial Pnekasr by mall 10 cents. WILLIAMS MFC CO.. Prop.. ClavaUnd. Oki For Sale at Vattblnder & Read, Su rerior Pharmacy, Eagle Drug Store. TO incur l nn i and suitable j fJT set! consolitla- If r, the charge? l e Isle Koya'c ! W YOUR KIDNEYS WILL SURELY ACT FINE AND MOST SEVERE BACKACHE SIMPLY VANISHES Calumet Theater Monday, Jan. 9 The real treachery and danger In the kidneys, bladder and urinary sys tem; cleanses, heals and regulates these organs, ducts and glands and completes the cure within a few days. Taina In the back, fides or loins, rheumatic twinges, debilitating head ache, nervousness, dizziness, bilious stomach, prostatic trouble, sleepless ness, Inflamed or puffy eyelids, weak ness, worn-out feeling and many other symptoms caused by clogged, Inactive kidneys promptly vanish. JYequent painful and uncontrollable urination due to weak or irritable bladder l overcome. Your physician. ( pharmacist, lanker or any mercantile agency will vouch for the rcsiMnsihllity of Tape, Thomp son &. Tape of Cincinnati, w ho pre pare Tape's liuretlc &0 cent treat -jment sold by every druggist In the I world, i i m t J ! kidney trouble Is because ino nrsi symptoms are always seen In other parts of the body before anything wrong Is noticed with the kidneys themselves. Tho moment yomsuspect any kidney, bladder or urinary disorder, or feel a dull, constant Hacfcache or the urine Is thick, cloudy or offensive or full of sediment, irregular of passage or at tended by a scalding sensation, begin taking Pae's TXuretle as directed, with the knowledge that there la no other medicine, at any price, made anywhere else In the world, which Is so harmless or will effect so thorough and prompt a cure. Tnt nn end to kidney trouble while It Is only trouble before It developed Into Dropsy, (Ira vet, IMabttes or ItrlRht's IHsca'e. Tape's Diuretic acts directly upon America's Most Spontaneous Farce By Margaret Mayo Baby r e Announced by Win, A. Brady, Ltd. 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