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THE CALUMET NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 191T. THE CALUMET NEWS Daily Except Sunday. Founded 1880. Published By Tha MINING GAZETTE CO. AT CALUMET, MICHIGAN. M. W. YOUNGS. Editor. W. M. LYON, Bus. Mgr. TELEPHONESi Calumet. Business Offlco 209 Editorial Rooms 4 HANCOCK OFFICE Elks' Tomplo Phono 312 HOUGHTON OFFICE Phone 199 Publication and Printing office, 104 Fifth Street. Calumet, Michigan. Entered at the Post Office at Calumet. Michigan, as Second Class Mall Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! . By Mail or Carrier Per year (not In advance) $6-00 Per year (In advance 15.00 Per month 50 Single issue 05 Complaints of Irregularity In de livery will receive prompt and thor ough Investigation. Old subscribers wishing to change their addresses must furnish old as well as new addresses in each instance New subscriptions mny be ordered by telephone, mall or carrier, or in person at the company's office. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911. Ex-Oov. Warner suddenly emerRos from the obscure profound to enter his protest vehemently against the re ciprocity treaty with Canada. Kx-Gov. Warner makes cheese. So docs Cana da, See? Each new report on Michigan banks indicates that there is no need for an old shoe, a sock or a deserted stove as a place to keep money. If banks ore an index to prosperity we are do ing very well. In London when they wanted to capture two or three anarchists it took 1,000 policemen. 60 Scottish guards, Maxim guns, royal horse ar tillery and firemen, and even then the best that army could do was burn down the house In which the men were nnd cremate them Wi.h it. In New York one officer, Reilly, subdued u Lunch of 2,000 anarchists and arrest ed the ring leaders. What London needs is not more policemen, but a few good Irish cops. The committee on education of tin House at Lansing has tentatively agreed upon a teachers' pension bill which will provide that the teachers themselves provide the funds. In view er the fact that a law of this char acter wm arc.ee r. personalty every school teacher in the state. Chairman Straight says that n definite action relative to it will be taken by the com mlttee until information is obtained as to the attitude of the teachers to v.ards It. It's up to the teachers to get busy. Speaker P.aker's stand for six days pay to H ,ns employes for six days work n:iy n.t be popular with the t-mploeH but It go-s well with the gen- cral public, which is not accustomed to receiving or giving pay for days of MUtics. ;ind who cannot see why the f.ut that it is public not private xron.y that is now being expended Kiiouid n;ak: any difference in the mitt r. Tlx. speaker undoubtedly has the sit.nti'.-i sized up correctly. Even on tiie bai? of ix days a week the employes would be receiving good vages, i, ion- than all or most of them tv.r e before, and the fact many Ft ind r.ady to t;.ke their places if they don't like tho six-day remuneration I'Un shows that the jobs without Sun eay j,uy ar. attractive. Dut so far the mploycH hi. v. n't said anything about quitting. Spe.ikcr Hiker Is going to fttand "pat" until the supreme court hands down a decision in the matter, and we b-lu ve tho people of Michigan "Will adrr,ir him for it. A FINE SCHEDULE, BUT Michigan's football schedule for 1911 is so attractive from tho spectator's Viewpoint that looking for faults in It seems like caviling, uut u may er iously be asked whether the program la not too good? The eight game naturally divide themselves Into two ecpjal classes, the first with Case. M. A. C, Ohio State and Vanderbilt, being definable rough ly as preparatory with a mental res-crvatlo-i. perhaps, about the hut -anl the last four, those with Syracuse, Cornell, Pennsylvania and Nebraska, aa crucial. Whether a team can safe ly set for Itself the task of playing as many a four major contests in a fteason la a question the trainers must le . jKjnderlngr with some misgivings, remarks the Detroit Free Press. A college football schedule raxes- sadly Includes a large proportion of games whose loss can be contemplated by the team's adherents with com placency. It must also include suffi cient fixtures of the first iiiurtance to arouse the college spirit to the boiling jK)int, or it will full of one of Its purp -.. Just hov many of -.u h should be on the list is a nice problem of schedule-framing that has to he met every year. Ann Arbor students would be dejected over defeat ut the hands of Cornell, Pennsylvania or Ne braska, and even a loss to Syracuse would be hard to bear with equanimi ty, although the result would be re gretted more because of the tradition al hostility of the two foes than from any ro'e-ct. r ujmo M'ciilgun prowess perhaps. How nearly possible it will he to keep a team in its top-notch condition for practically a month will be one of the Interesting' features of next fall's sport at the university, but it must be confessed that, enjoyable In the prospect ns the coming games ap pear, some uncertainty in the minds of the supporters of Michigan Is par donable. What will it profit the rooter to see the earth mopped with five rela tively unimportant elevens if the li mi y'v tw" gam;' I lovu tlirouiih staleness? BICKERING SHOULD CEASE. An interesting feature of the skir mishing between Gov. Osborn and cer tain members of the legislature, Is the reiterated declarations of the legisla tors that nothing they do is to be con strued as an act of hostility towards Gov. Osborn and his policies. There's a reason, says the Lansing Republican Journal. The senators and representa tives are aware that tho people of Michigan elected Gov. Osborn with full knowledge of his ideas relative to the tute government, and a warm be- lef that he hud the right idea and the right platform. They may concede the right to the legislators to have views f their own, but they do not concede the right to hold those views ns suffi cient reason to warrant them in stand ing 'between Gov. Osborn and the put ting Into practical operation of his progressive pedicles. Michigan is somewhat overloaded with administrative and supervisory machinery. Gov. Osborn has an nounced his plan to do away with some of the surplus and the people ex pect the legislature to give him every assistance. The menbers are hearing from home to that effect, and will hear In more emphatic language If they do not adopt that standard in deciding upon their course in legislative mat ters. There may be proper differences of opinion as to Gov. Osborn's methods, but they are beginning to realize that the people will not approve of bicker ing over small things, as a means of putting forward an excuse for failing t advance legislative business. In other words, they would all better be sure they are not taking some unnec essary reason for an excuse to prevent action which the people want. JONES TO BE PROSECUTOR. Is Appointed to Succeed Late W. R. Adams in Ontonagon County. Word has Hx-on received from Onto nagon county, announcing the appoint ment of Attorney John Jones of Onto nagon, to suce-eed tho late W. R. Adams as prosecuting attorney of that county, the apportionment to take ef fect at once. Mr. Jones has held the position of assistant prosecutor in that county for several years and is thor oughly familiar with the duties of the emce. Members of the legal fraternity In Calume t are pleased with bin selec tion for this eiffice. V. R. Adams, whose death left the office vacant, was elected, last NovemWr to succeed him self, hut his Illness made it Impossible for him to eiuullfy. Since his death, Mr. Jon c.i has discharged tho dutie-s of the efflce. The University of ichlgan has 27 graduates in the present Congress, which Is more than twice ns many ns any other college of the country can boast of. Trip of Evasion. Bacon-And you say your brother has stttled in Canada? Egbert-No, I didn't say so. I think tit vent there to get out of settling Dlnks-The aeronaut' wire peems to be so anxious to carry out his wishes. Winks Yes; she 1 the most dirigible wife I ercr met. Illustrated Bits. Father What Is that noise In the parlor, Tororay? Tommy TJiat's sis dropping a hint. She wants that young man to jjo borne. Chlcnco News. News Want Ads bring rasulta A SMILE OR TWO- PERHAPS A LAUGH Claude (Jrahumc-White, the Eng lish aviator, was praising. ut the New York Horse show. American ho tels: "They are stupendous." he said. "There's nothing like them abroad. And as u rule their service is as in comparable, as their 'size and their magnificence. "Sometimes, though not often, but sometimes the American hotel guest is treated more like a boy In a board Ing school than u paying visitor In a hotel. Thus a friend of mine went to the desk In his hotel the other day to lodge n complaint. "'A complaint, e.h?' said the clerk, 'Well, I guess you'll have to see the boss about that. That's him there.' "My friend turned to the boss, who stood at bis elbow, smoking a dgur. "'Are you the proprietor of this ho tel?' lie began. "Tho proprletod took bis cigar from his mouth, looked my friend up and down and drawled: " 'WelL 1 thought I was till you came. New i ork Tribune. Rastus has been caught red-handed. "Poaching again, Rastus?" said the coloml, gravely. "I am afraid, Rastus, that you're a bad egg." "Yassuh, dass what I Is fo' sho', cun- nel." said the old man. "1's jest a plain bad alg. cunnel." 'So you admit It. do you?" demand ed the colonel. "Yassah I admits It. cunnel, becuz ye know, cunnel, dem bad algs nebbah poaches, sub," said tho old man. Whereupon the colonel let him off with no other punishment than toler ably swift Impact between the toe f bis own boot and the tails of Cncle Rastus' frock coat. Harper's Weekly. Some Spiritualists were at one time very anxious to persuade the famous novelist, Charleys Dickens, to become- a Spiritualist. Ho was, on one occasion induced to attend a seance, so that he mlsht be converted to the cult. He was asked whose spirit he would most like to aj pear, and he said at once, "LIndley Murray.' Tn due course they Informed him that the famous master ef grammar was in the room. Dickens inked, "Are you LIndley Murray?" and the spirit answered, "I nre!" All he;e of making Charles Dic kens a Spiritual ist was gone from that moment. Liv erpool Dost. "Hello, Rinsky," said Jorrock, "I hear you turneel up at Willoughby's fancy dress hall." "Yes." said little Rinks. "What did you go as?" asked Jor- rocks. '.'Why." said little Rinks. "I gathered up my New Year's mall and went as a bill file." Harper's Weekly. The minister was shaking hands with a new- member of his congrega tion, a girl fresh from Sweden, and saiel cordially: "I would like to know your address so I could call on you." "O," said the girl. Innocently, "I haf a man." Success Magazine. BRIGHTENING A DARK ROOM Dark Woodwork Should Not Be Tol aratad and Gloomy Paper Should Be Avoided. In nearly every city house there Is always sure to be one dark and gloomy room. It casts Its depression upon all who enter It, and yet one is often at a loss as to what should be done to diasipato the lugubrious ef fect It should be dealt with ruthlessly White paint and enamel should be used with a generous hand. Dark woodwork should not be tolerated, and dull or gloomy paper should be avoided. Hang the room in a paper of suny yellow hues, put up only cur tains of thin net, and decorate your walls with pictures framed in white and gold and silver gray frames. Many mirrors, If possible, should be used, for they aid wonderfully in brightening a dark room, but thet must not be .hung too high, as they will only reflect the celling, while they should catch the cherful flame of an open fire and repeat its gleam. , No one thing Is more successful in destroying the depressing atmos phere of a room than an Inside win dow box. This box 'can be made at tractive by a thin covering of brass or copper that will add to the bright ness ot the room, and the plants should be chosen with an eye to their color. When the furniture in your dark and depressing room has been covered with a gay cretonne and magazines, books and papers have been strewn about, this room, which filled every one with a feeling of aversion and discomfort, will become the favorite resort tf the family. Algy Myrtle, what nre your objec tions to marrying me? Myrtle I have only one objection, Algy. I'd have to live with you. Chicago Tribune. "Woman will be famed as well as man!" she said as she threw down the book. "Yes," responded old Cynlcus, "for untold aces." The man loves the sex, the woman loves only the Individual, and tho more she loves him the more cold she la to the fpecles. Rulwer. In New Zealand all property left by a husband to his wife or by a wife to her husband Is exempt from the death duty. In balloon ascensions the occupants never experience giddiness. Scientists say that they are at a loss to give a reason for this. Very skeptically the terrace land lord surveyed the prospective tenant. "Do yoj pl.iy football'."' he grunted The prospective tenant raised his eebriws and' replied in the negative. "Nor referee?" "No, nor referee," answered the 1. T, "Why?" " Cos I in taking no risks, ex- plained the landlord, that took this house The last feller was a referee - I Gave u wrong-decision. Was thumped in the back. Swallowed the whhitl After that he couldn't breathe without j shrieking like a goods ergino. Kept the neighbors awake all night. Had to give him notice." "Itad luck on the referee," comment- ed the P. T. "I don't know," returned the land lord. "He got a good crib n a light house. On foggy nights he puts his head out of the window and simply' breathes. Noise enough to scare a navy off the rocks. Soft job." Ideas. David Elsphani was undergoing the ministration of the ship b:i '.n. "I 'opes," aald the barln r. "that we shall 'av the pleusure of 'oarin' you at the concert tonight." "No," explained the famous singer "I've had a long and exhausting sea son in America and within a few days 1 am to open In London. I have decid ed not to do an thing on thi. voyage "It's the same way with me," said the barber, understandingly. "When I'm hashoro I never looks at a razor. Suces i Magazine. John Sharp William.i tells the fol lowing: "one of the negroe's on my place did me ciuite' n valuable service' once, and I wished to show my appreciation. Af ter paying him, I asked: " 'Now, uncle, which shall I give you, a ton of ceiul or a big bottle of whis ky?' " t.Massa John,' he replied, y shore ly knows Ah on'y buhns wood."' Washington Herald. After staring at tho minister straight through the llsli ceuirse, Ai'eline in ciuired: "Mamma, why is that man's hair so blac k when his beard is white?" She was hushed by the stricken fam ily and stayed hushed until the salad was brought In. Then she saw her chance. "I know." she said, "it':! 'cause he uses his Jaw tnore'n he does his head." .Success Magazine. The Oilman music teacher was on dtmvoiing to be polite yet truthful. "Of course," he snid, "yeuir daughter doesn't yef rend nates very goexl and she strike der wrong keys occasional ly. Rut," he ndcVd with enthusiasm, "she plays der rcste Hue!" Washing ton Star. (Maiden Aunt Do you know, Dolly, it's a very solemn thing to get mar ried ? Dolly Ye., auntie; hut I should think it w as 'much more solemn not to get married. M. A. R. Football is popular in Rurtno. The natives play the game with bare feet. Qualified. "What right have they to try to' Jreak into society, anyhow?" "His wife was robbed of $ '.0.000 orth of jewelry not lorn? aD." NEWS FORECAST oT THE COMING WEEK Washington. D. C, Feb. 4. Resi dent Taft will take a hurried trip to Springfield, III., at the end of the week to attend the Llne-oln anniversary ban quet in that city. On his way to the Illinois capital the pre sident will make a brief slop In Columbus to speak nt the National Corn Imposition. King George will open Parliament Monday. He will be noconipanied by the Queen, and there will be ,i full state ceremony. Owing to the stirring national Issues to come up for settle ment the parliamentary session ts ex pected to be one of the most, moment ous of re'ccnt years. The meeting of the Newfoundland legislature called for Wednesday will attract more than ordinary attention outside the cedony from the fact that the proposed fisheries regulations re cently concluded with the tTnlteel States will come up for consideration and action. The Initiative and referendum and a number of other questions of public Importance aro IncJude-d In the agenda of the Manitoba legislature, which will assemble In regular session Thursday. The event of the week in the social world will be the International wed "THIS IS MY 60TH BIRTHDAY." j TT!?rTTT ' V"' TZTi Sir John Jackson, one of the world's most prominent contractors on public woiks, was born in York, England. I'ob.- 4. 1S.11, and received Ids educa tion at the University of Edinburgh. Ills first notable achievement as a civ il engineer was In connection with the construction of the Manchester ship canal. He laid the foundation of the V. tvrl.li... 1 iiii.l.iii . ..nvtrneti ,1 the " " docks and other works of the Dover harbor, and ulso the extensive works of the admlrulity at Dcvonport and Si mons Iiay, South Africa, and Singa pore'. He also was the contractor oi the railway across the Ander, connee t Ing Chile and Rolivla. In addition to iiis j-reat work us un engine r, for which he was created knight In 181)5, Sir John Jackson s-rved his country us a member or the royal commission which investigated the conduct of the South Africa war. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." 1S13 United States frigate Constcl lation chased into Norfolk by u Rritish F(uudron. 1824 Congress by resolution offere i ship to e-onvey the Marquis of La fayette to America. 1831 Huron Aylnier entered upon his term of office as Governor of Can a d a. 1SG1 Jefferson Davis elected Riesl dent of the Confederate Slaten of Am e-rica. 1S70 Rritlsh government took ove the ownership and management of the telegraph. lS71--The Adelphl Theater in l'.os ton burned. 1874 Ashantce War ended with tb taking "'f i'ooniassie' by the Rritlsh tin del- Sir Garnet Wedse ley. l'.t'U Carrie Nation lagan her anti liepior crusade In Kansas. ALL MEN ARE'CREATED EGOS Endowed by Creator With Certain In alienable 8omethlngs of Which Nothing Can Deprive Them. An ego is a Latinized I. All men are created egos and endowed by their creator with certain Inalienable some things of which neither statute, ukase fdict, injunction, beggar, magnate book agent nor promoter can deprive them. He who steals my purse steals trash, but he who filches from me my fgo takes that of which ho already has enough and makes me not at all. Women without votes have egos, and :trnngcly enough, would still have fnem if they secured the votes. Hence egos arc not a political issue. An ego is what a man is when he has ncthing and is nothing else; that Is to say, he is then first person singular and no particular gender. An ego is neither bouI, body, spirit, family, country nor race. It Is neither moral nor pathological. A criminal has Just as much ego as a parson and no more. Some egos are better than others chiefly our own. Life. Woman Given Some Advice. A drunken man embarked on downtown car at a cross street, and, with a great show of gravity, made bis way down the aisle, taking the only vacant seat, the other half of which wts occupied by a woman wearing a bat with an unusually wide brim. Every time the car lurched 'the wom an's head "bobbed" and the sharp rim of the hat raked her fellow passenger across tho cheek. Several times his hand sought his face In protection, but finally, becoming nettled, he pushed off the hat rim with considerable vigor. "Sir!" exclaimed the indignant wom an. "Madam." retorted he, with porten Moub anger, "what you need Is a whole section, and not a half seat in a street car." The passengers tittered and tho woman subsiaed, and after that kept her hat out of range. For every birth .occurring nt. se-u there nre alx.ut 1C deaths. Tho word "lieutenant" means, liter ally, "holding the place." Thus n lieu tenant colonel hold the place of a colo nel. ding to takev place In New York Tues ilay, when Miss .Vivien Gould .daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gould, will become the bride of Lord Dec-les. Abraham Ruef, one political bfss of San Francisco, under sentence! of four teen years' Imprisonment for alleged bribery eif a supervisor, will appear in the California supreme court Monday to plead fer a new trial. Thursday is the day fixed for the special election to be held in Arizona to vote on the- ratification of te j. .tlou of the new state constitution. The appeal In the case of Colonel Swope, a Kansas City millionaire, Is on the docket of the Missouri supreme court for argument Monday. Important gatherings of the week vi! Include tho biennial session of the American Romologleal Society, at Tampa, Fla.j the annual convention of the National Canners' Association, at Milwaukee; the annual cenventlon of the National Rrlck Manufacturers' Association, at Louisville; the annual meeting of the North American Fish and Game Protective Association at Montreal, and the meeting of the Can-1 adlan Forestry Association, at Ottawa. w & ii r ii - oeeciess I r---. I raising (iO per enables you to r-r ra - ,i y n 14 choicest, tree-ripened oranges "Sunklst Until you have Lemons If you wint tiiu I'm -stlcii- you cannot benn orariRCS that are r lre-fullv II i.l.p.l -in, iiiin i:ru An ;ck Ef 1 KiMb on yur laoic tomorrow inoiuinjr aim learn me uperiority of tree-ripened, hbrcless, seedless, solid and ,1 .1 - I I I C 1. !...( for"nrikisi' bra nd i.n I note ho w much juic ier tliev a. a ,j tiMiini ii4iiuri uc dances art so nearly m iher.;K'.t kind to buy. tmd how L "Sunlit" orange nun h fur ttcktJ. The "Sunkist" -r v,n,r ,l,. ,)r Cr !,. ther tucy P 11 ft arin' U H sure that eac h orange you pttt is packed in a tissue IiIpb"' r fiJ paper wrapper labeltd "Sunkist." For these wrappers BUUCU cuke pie, V arc valuable. Sniwi i u 'FEEi This Handsome Rogers Orange Spoon r 0 Jr, Sav''12"Siin'ist"ornnne'orleiun)vrappcrintHlKcnd Wslif'ijtfA -"-"n to w'"' Jk l') pay ehari.'os, pie-kinKr. etc., 'jtr ' na we will present you witn a genuine Keigcr Or tYr nnirJ? 'sP"n, of Iwvuitifid new elesija imd liiyliest i V7 4'i.iui.. mum mvini: wrn'HT:i emn. rurent'li a 1.11- r T Ilium! 'h mil tliwire I M'lut VI "MunkiKt nrrii! wraHint l-jr. .ftfcli I n ri iuittinK, ili'iia tmm uniounl lx Iohx I hull Sir: oil kitl iiiiIk uInv Yir, wo iireli Oi"'-timtiey omIit, eirw,ir'lrmr Imnk ilnift. i Ih'ii't m-n.f ciih U A..- tl VI Ih Ifllul I miuuiH iflhJi lftN& Califaroia Fruit Growers' How It Is. , "How is it. if Love is blind, that we hear of love at first sight?" "If js after love at first sight occurs that Love usually cocs blind." men w;.::7zr. Wages $25. to $50. a Week in Automo- b"lo Work Thousands of Jobs Wait inn for Competent Men in all Parts of the Country. In ncblitlon to tbo immeiis- number now in ope ration ube.ut SttO.uuo A uto- moil)il(M will l.e iiiiinufui ture.l this ye:ir Hid tbbe nieiins work fT thoiusam's of nien to Sell, Kcpuir, Drive ami leni- iiMtrnto Autonioliilis niul Tiuek.s. Tho Itoihester Automobile School will tit any nvin in a fe w wee-hs to till nny of tbcpc positions, without intcrfe-rlnK jWith his present i nijOoynient, ge t him a Ji i' ninl slve him un opportunity to tnuko $10 weekly while learning. For information write K( Wi I KST10K AK- TOMOIMLK SCHOOL, 6j0 Church St. Rochester. X. Y. l'OLITICA L ADVI.UTJSIX' For Circuit Judge wn, v-fs- X" " m ' '-' v 'Ml f ,.' Joseph F. Haniijilzer OF HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN, candlelate with a koih Supreine 'ourt record, 1'e-urles.-, falr-minelcj ind Ineb pendent. Came to the Cop per Country Honi the lead mining district e.f WJseonsI,, sTO. worked two years as a miner in the Concord Mine, tanrjit se ho,,l In I'rat klin Tow n- hlp eme year, worke-d fix years in the l!aneo;k poitoMloo, studied short hand 1 n i-i nvc spare time', entered the IW ofllee e.f Chandler, (Jli'lit & (Jray work and stir'y, llnlshe-d his leal Indies in the (.Mice (!' Hall & Hall ejf Maripiette, wncre Ie- was admitted to the bar In 1SP5. Has . no ticed in tlio Cnited States Dlstrb t, Supreine. Ircuit and I'roh-te Courts for fifteen ciiik. 1 on friendly terms with all member of the bar. Ills vKI,n: All should be equal before th court. ! GKI TOURNAMENT at Ishpeming, February 22nd. Low Excursion Faresfrom all stations on The "South Shore" TELEPHONE ri l t l l: rioreiess juicy ana Sweet A Perfect Fruit Five thousand California oranrie farmer1!. w cent of the state's entire crop, ted ' select, each season, tlu-ir pcibct oranges and pack tliein under the name "Sunkist." This reco;nie and buy California's tasted a luscious" Sunkist" oranre, to appreciate the excellence of properly crown, rigidly inspected. I nulltlv tr inn,.rl,.,l Sore "s.,n. lojiimoii n.iec h oiu. ouiimsi all food that they are much the are thin-slinfieJ and are hatti, orange is a firm, oliJ frui ,, L 1 1.,. I .,.,,1 neml one-rout Htuwi'H wli"ii thu Exchange, 34 Clk St, Chicago, CALUMET THEATRE SATURDAY if sumay t-gr BARGAI'J MATINEE SATURDAY at 2:30 IO.UOU FttT IN IHt IH WITH INDOCHINA BUUOINO.UUNCHINa TMt OLYMPSC i-.p'.f st shim ire I lie WCMD DYNAMITING THE RUINS Or MESSJNA RIDC ON THE ! iriltKVt J jU ( nt" o.Bluni.Jl.l'l 'ir a. UuTI Owin-.T to the e-xc cptioiril f. lntcrestlnj clnraete r of this new proKraru for iaiiies aiil ehililren, a!! seats for the r.iatime wlil be re served ui.el may 0 ,,. italrieel at FORSTER'3 NZW3 STAND be KinnlnK T!iurHlay a. in. The seats for Saturday eenii) will aDo b. reii'ly Thurs. a. in. anl the Keats for Sumi iy e-vcnir.i; will he ready Sunday a. m. Prices OKn.QKp.CnpG'-'t tlu'iu e venings, LJJ vlUU JUu early. M;n. ru:u... ee. a .i. n . it. i.iAVi-iQv VIHIUICM nUUIVS MA House of Merit" WESTERN and; Featuresjoday Last week ol AL. and TESS AOBOTT COMING And Cruster Lots for Sale in Philipsville and Renova LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. On corner lot at corner Lak Linden ave. and Heda street, Laurium. Good for business place. Office Richetta Dlock, Hecla St., Laurium. Phone 2C6. ggeffia 7K7t i; to? www I' ll ii V i V Mi rniw a e ,0 If -0 r r - ' ' I IH' I David Armit ST. CALUMET 2IICH. NORTH 41..