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THE CALUMET NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 191. THE CALUMET NEWS Daily Except Sunday. Founded 1880. Publiehed By The MINING GAZETTE CO. AT CALUMET, MICHIGAN. M. W. YOUNGS, Editor. W. M. LYON, Bue. Mgr. TELEPHONES: Calumet. Business Offices 209 XklltorU.1 Rooms 4 HANCOCK OFFICE Elks' Tsmpla Phona 312 HOUGHTON OFFICE Fhone 199 A SMILE OR TWO- PBRHAPS A LAUGH "Drive Ilkf the driiie! shouted Smith, t,prinj?iiif into the taxi. A young married pair have a child who has Just n-tu-hed the uie when "its 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 Ter year (not In advance) $6.00 Per year (In advance J 5.00 Per month 50 Single Issue 05 Complaints of Irregularity In de Every 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 may be ordered by telephone, mall or carrier, or in person at the company's office. AVith a lurch, the car darted forward. hands are simply way stations to Its and away they went like lightning j mouth things reac hing the former he through the fog. Crash! They took off ing sure to reach the latter, and In the the wheel of a passing wagon. Hi! hi! J shortest possible space of time. They missed flattening out a small The futher of this infant is furred, child by two-ninths f a hair. Clang! J for business reasons, to travel u jjreat They upset a milk cart. People shout- deal, and always has a mileage hook ed, constables iiupotently held up their hamU as the taxi dashed up one street and down another, taking cor ners on two wheels and threatening every lump post with destruction. At last, after half un hour's furious racing, they slowed up in a narrow thoroughfare, and Smith poked his head out of the window. "Are we nearly there?" ho anked. breathlessly. The chauffeur turned In his seat and shouted: on hand. This the oungster found one day, and proceeded to devour. When he was discovered, he had used, alas, about live hundred miles. The mother at once told her husband of the baby's uYstructiveiirss, and quick as a flash he responded: "Heally. my dear, don't you think that's going a little too far?" l'hila dclphla Times. A I'miaut-ipnia woman who is ex ceedingly fond of animals had an odd Where did you want to go, sir?" experience while waiting at a city rail- representative from the First district of Maine, was born In Kenton, Me., Feb. 6. lSt!3. After finishing his edu- cation he removed to Portland, where vho engaged in newspaper work. Here he came under the notice of the late Thomas 11. Keetl. When Mr. Keed was elected Speaker of the Fifty-first Congress he took Mr. Hinds to Wash ington as his secretary. Soon after going to Washington Mr. Hinds up plied himself to the Mudy of the coin plicated subject of parliament proced ure. Soon afterward he was appointed -clerk "at the Speaker's desk." In this position he became almost indispens able, not only to Mr. Hied, but to very Speaker of the House who sm itiMled him. Iist fall Mr. Hinds was nominalist for Congress b the Repub licans of the First Maine district and was elected by a gd majority. Peninsula NEWS OF INTEREST SKI RIDERS COMING. 'THIS DATE IN HISTORY." MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1911. It will require another bulletin from Diaz to convince us that the insurrec tion In Mexico is over, and then we will not be convinced. After the legislature finishes with some of the Jobs around the state capitol said jobs will no longer be plums; they will resemble lemons. Answers. An aged colored man was passing a fish store when he flopped to examine a huge turtle chained in the doorway as an advertisement. He had never seen a turtle before, and he prodded the strange creature curiously. Sudden he popped his fin ger Into his mouth w ith a how l of pain. After the finger had stopped bleeding, he gazed at it ruefully, then eyed the turtle apprehensively. "What's the matter, T.astus?" asked the fish dealer, with a grin. "N-uffin, sah, nuffin'. Ah was Jest wonderin whether Ah had been bit or stung." Llppincott's. ng ui ted Vii way station for a belated Train. In the seat next to her sut a small dog, which evidently belonged to an elaborately dressed woman Just be yond. 16C4 Queen Anne of Kuglnnd born in Twickenham. Died in London, Aug. 1, 1714. 1736 Severe earthquake felt in New Fngland. 177S New York acceded to the Con federation. ISIS Iternadotte ascended the throne of Sweden as Charles John XIV. IS-'j Ht. Hev. John Connolly, second Next Saturday, In the mile run at the Boston Athletic Association track games, Kermit Roosevelt, son of the t x-President, Is to represent Harvard. It Is hoped hereditary talent for run ning will stand Mm In good stead. The solemnity of the meeting was somewhat disturbed when the eloquent young theologian pictured in glowing words the selfishness of men who spent their evenings at the dub, leaving their wives in loneliness at home. 'Think, my hearers," said he. "of a poor, neglected wife, all alone in the great, dreary house, rocking the cradle of her sleeping babe with one foot and wiping away her tears with the other." Tit-I5its. He was a friendly little fellow, and Roman Catholic bishop of New,- died, looked up at the first-mentioned lady Hrn In 17.10. with a wag of his tail, as though de- 1S32 (Jen. John H. Cordon, famous sirous to make friends. She leaned Confederate leader, born in Georgia, down and patted him on the head. Iitl in Miami, Fla., Jan. 9, lito-i. His mistress immediately reached 1 S3S Sir Henry It. Irving, famous out and took her precious pet into her actor, born in Kelnton, Kngland. Died lap. in Indon. Oct. 13, lyo.V "Pardon me," she said apologetically, 1S62 Fort Henry captured by the "but my dog Is not allowed to kiss 1'nlon gunboats under Commodore strangers." Llppincott's. Foote. 1S7S Russians took possession of the fortification of Constantinople. 1910 The French Soclelist Congress Opened at Nlmes. German writers are unanimous in recognition of America's right to forti fy the Panama Canal. In all fairness und reason they .ould not have reached any o;hc : :iiv ; ! !'. ha ct us many millions to put the big ditch through, and It would be the height of folly to b-ave it f;n to nt tack in the event of hostilities and pnrvMe the enemy with a short-cut to our coasts. A few big guns down there will be the best safeguard of K-ace, and Uncle S.imu'i won't have to lie awake at night wondering if he's going to find the canal still his property in the morning. "I suppose, Eileen," she remarked to the new girl, with feigned indifference, "that you overheard my husband and me conversing rather earnestly this morning. I hope, however, that you did not think anything unusual was going on?" "Nlver a bit, mum. Ol wanst had a husband meself, an' nlver a day passed that th' neighbors didn't belave one or th other uv us would be kilt entoirly." Success Magazine. Here Is one of Senator "Rob" Tay lor's favorites: "A congressman named Johnson, from Indiana, called an Illi nois representative a Jackass. Called to order for an unparliamentary ex pression, he said: 'While I withdraw the unfortunate word, Mr. Speaker. I must insist that the gentleman from Illinois is out of order.' 'How am I out of order?" yelled the Illinois man. irouamy u ciermary surgeon couiu M,,9 0rafJ haR ,)(v,n p,pctwl tell you, answered Johnson, and that ,K1U, ,)f the-Colorado State Teach. Many HERE AND THERE. stayed in the record.' mercial. -Cuffalo Com- association. The, meeting of the as sotiation this year is mi id to have been the largest In the history of th" state, She Why, Charlie, you seem to have 2..r)00 members being enrolled. Miss become quite a man of fashion such Shoo was elected witNuit opposition. clothes! such Jewelry! He Yes; you see, my creditors are very anxious that I should get married. Simpllcisslmus. "I'll have sixpenny worth . of those buns, please. "In a bag, them now?" Consul-Gen. Frank 1). Hill states th.it two German .mining and metal lurgical concerns of Frankfort, with respective capital of $2,142,000 and $9.- :r0.000 have been merged to reduce woiking expensiu. ' Two of the lead- madam, or will you eat lnK electrical concerns of Germany -London Opinion. into an- New confidence was infusd the. business situation by the nounceni' nt that Union Pacific con templated th expenditure of J7.",("o, 000 for the purpose of doiihle-tracking th road, remarks Henry Clews. (if course, the company's outlay would not stop at that poii.t. an 1 the com pletion f that project means th- ex penditure of u considerably l.irger sum. Such a. tion is a practical and emphatic c'isplay of confidence in the future by men of great foresight and ability. It is not to be supposed that Huch an enterprise would ! taken up at the pros nt time unless its promot ers had solid reasons f,,r confidence in the future. The moral effect of this action will unquestionably bo far-, reacmng ana must have considerable jiiuu.-uie iii cnciKing pessimism nn mining a more cheerful and whole- fome sentiment. Uon tl.o steel in dustry it will have a most stimulating o.-vi, rn.jn-via.iiy as rivalry will force other road into constructive activity The ways and means committee of the House bas decided that the Cana dian reciprocal trade agreement must utarid or fall as a whole in that c mittee, chairman Payne making it mat in.- commmee will riot sane. tion Ihe change of any item. The i pie generally will le glad to hear thK They would rather 'have the agreement ft intact 1y the committee? to be passed on by the House than see it changed In any way. Hearings will be held this week ut it is understood the committee will report Ihe bill out as it was received. Ik-cause the agree ment would lower the cost of living great pressure is being brought to ear upon Congress to pas it, and President Taft is receiving bushels of letters every day praising hi attitude In regard to tho rm-.unire. Those who opposes lower prices for commodities nre. of course, against the treaty, but they apjHfar to very mucli In the min ority. The prospects for the ratlflca tUm of the agreement are brlglit. BALLINGER TO QUIT. According to "Washington reports. Secretary of the Interior Hallinger In tends to resign on March 4. Tha friends of the administration k '.. - - ' a soy if BaUinger go, flirty t will not be because a case has been made out against him, but because' he feels he ought not to remain as an incum brance on the aspirations of his chief. Hut the democrats say the friends of the administration do not dare bring the report on the Hallinger investiga tion to a vote in the house of repre sentatives, because they know that if they do, the democrats and the in surgents combined will vote against Hallinger. More than that, they argue that if the case is not cleared until the democrats come into control of the house, they will lose no time in bring ing in an impeachment of the secre tary. This, they say, Is the mess out of which the secretary will pull the Taft administration by resigning. And j then fore they expect him to quit. At the same time, even the biggest political enemies of the president can riot refrain from admiring his stead fast course in standing up for Uallin per in the face of the testimony offered at the investigation. They concede that it proves the president to have a very superior quality of courage, and they do not believe that Hallinger if he goes out will do so at the request or instigation of the president. have als. e-n rmttged with u Joint stock of $ru,eoo,oo(U. Will Compete In Ithpaming Tournament on Feb. 22. J. S. Wahlman, who was the dele gate of the Ishpeming Ski club at the seventh annual convention of the Na tional Ski association, recently held at Chippewa Falls, Wis., has returned. II states that the National tournament was a grand success and that every feature cf it was splendidly handled. Practically every prominent business man in the city Is a member of the organization, and all of them worked hard in the interest of the tourtrinient The banquet on Sunday evening was the most elaborate affair that has been conducted in connection with the ski meetings held up to this time. Nearly C00 were present and some very tine talks and musical numbers were given. While in Chippewa Falls. Mr. Wahl man talked with representatives of ev ery club artlll.iteil with the National organization, as well as with practical ly all of the more prominent profes sional ami amateur riders. He was as sured by many of the riders that they will attend the tournament at Ishieni- Ing on the 22nd and representatives of several of the dubs also told him that their organizations Intended to send some of their best men. "I am satisfied that Ishpeming will have the best line-up of riders that has been secured in many years," said Mr. Wahlman. "I took particular pains to see all of the leading riders and I assured them that they, will receive the very best of treatment at Ish peming. Several of those who have participated In tournaments told me that they received better treatment in Ishpeming' than In most of the other places where tournaments arc held and that they always have a good time In the upper peninsula city. "Francis Kemp, of Red Wing, who won first prize at Chippewa Falls, told me that he would surely be In Ish peming and he also said that several of me otner riuors ironi that city are coming. Among them will be Hans Gunderson, who captured third prize nt the National meet. Two other Red Wing riders also won prizes. Kemp's Jumps were 118 and 121 feet, both wiMiout falling. CHEMICAL PLANT THRIVES. Fins of MrUet Offered For Product Delta County Company. In upito of lack conditions In many other linos of business, the plant of the Mnil.ck "Chemical & Iron cempany at Well, Helta county, is being operated ut full capacity and the market for tho principal .products i brisk. The (''Miami fo.a both charcoal and wood alcohol is reported an exceptional for this season of the year, while that for acetate of lime is not up to standard. In fact, the company's acetate storage house is now lilk'd to overflowing, there being over 120,000 worth of that particular by-tproduct stored in one 'building. Since assuming chui-Ro at Wells, General LMannger G. T. Steph en ion has practically rdtullt th greater part of the plant. The retort house Is entirely new, being construct ed of cement and steel and being w holly lire-proof. Jiy the i f building of that part of tho plant the capacity has been greatly Increased. One hun dred cord of wood can be burned in the present ovens', the capacity being inctiased fhy thli ty-elpht cord.n over the former plan. Through a special arrangement with the I. Stephen --on con-.ipauy all of the refuse from tho big lumber mills at Wells is hauled to the chemical plant, furnishing HutHe-h nt to operate tlfat entire Industry. A big fore-e of men i constantly employed both nt tho plant and In tho woods. where thousands of cords ef wowl are cut annually and shipped to ihe plant to be convcrtfMl into charcoal, wood alci hoi and acetate of lime. The plant is one of the most modern and com plete in the country. 1 jiii) HERRING ARE PLENTIFUL. fore the coronation of King George in June. Tho belief is general now that the king has promised the guarantee The Rritlsh plan of issuing consols in denomination of i$25 and $50 shows a recognition of tho small Investor of of enough peers to overturn the lords, I which Vhere are increasing examples and that the lords will accept the in evitable and prevent the deluge of a In this country. Tho man with a hun dred dollar to inve-st is an object of iTeater respect nerwadavs in Wall new creation. Resides the bill to tiro-I . ,,.n u t.,,.i.,i vide for the imperial revenues, little charters than iie ever was before. other 'business will be permitted this session. Anxiety is being fe-lt at Punta Are nas, Chile, the southernmost city of the world, over the possfblo effects of the opening of the Panama canal on traffic through the straits of Magnel GET DOWN TO BUSINESS If the legislature does not get down to real business pretty soon It will be lan, according to United States Oom fairiy In the way of making a record mercial Agent John IM. Turner, who that will not please the ople at all. ,ms bot'n tour,"S "hlle Peru. All This legislature occupies, a peculiar ' , , ' , . . . I west have in-en accustomed tr stop at position. It was den ted in a campaign h-unta Arenas to coal. The tow n. Good Catches Reported From The Me nominee District. Herring are more plentiful In the Menominee district this year than the y have been for several seasons. The fishermen are catching twenty of the finny tribe now where they caught but one nt this time last year, and as a conseeiuence the fish are be-arlng heav ily on the market. Last year herring were so senrce that the price went up to a figure three times what It Is now, and yet enough fish could not be caught to supply the demand. Now the price Is much lower and there are such quantities of fish on the market that it is hard to sell them. Frank Ra zor, one of the fishermen on the bay shore. Is nr ij to have caught approxi mately sixty tons of herring already NEW ESCANABA BUILDING. Plans hav benm prepared for Ihe i-orstructlon of an oiTice building for tho Richter Prewing company adjoin ing tho brewery at Islington and Oalr streets, Kscanaba. All of the latcsl modern appointments nre to be in cluded in tho strue ture making it a model of Us kind. It Is exacted that the building will bo constructed so that tho eifllce force may vacate the) present ejuarters in the brewery build ing late In tho summer. Yours for uniformity. Yours for great est leavening power. Yours for never failing results. Yours for purity. Yours for economy. Yours for every thing that goes to make up a strictly high grade, ever- dependable baking powder. That is Calumet. Try it once and note the im provement in your bak ing, bee how much more economical over tho high- priced trust brands, how much better than tho cheap and big-can kinds. Caiumet is highest in quality moderate in cost. Received Highest Award World's Pure Food Exposition. - A Coming Crlar-.l-'. After a man has been out of con gress awhile, people say: "You wouldn't think that man had been in congress, would you?" Atchison Globe. CONCERNING WOMEN. The duchess of Marlborough does a great di'al of charitable work, and she Is much interested in the homes for prisoners' wives and children. The wives and children of prisoners are allowed to remain in the homes dur ing the whole period of the iinnrison- this year. Perch are scarce and the j ment and they are taught useful things, fishermen are catching very few. whose gene ral feature was a fiat prom isv, of cilicieney, economy, elimina tion of "extravagance and (unneces sary offices, and progress ami good business policy in state affairs. To date it would appear that the legis lature has been chiefly engaged In 8iunbllng over tho house and senate which has a population of 12,000, pav ed streets large stores and many pub lie Improvements has thrlveil partlcu latly as a result of tho ocean traffic, which may "be- diverted to the canal BRITISH CRISIS AT HAND. The Rritlsh parliament has begun what is generally conceived to be the most Important session since 1832. As a matter of fact, the veto bill, which will be pushed at once, is a measure of wider moment and of more far reaching importance than the reform bill. No time will be wasted by tho Aseiuith government in senoing the bill to tho lords. It provides that the house of lords tfjall have no power of Mto over 'financial legislation, ind that any measure whld shall have pa.e, the commons at three success ive sessions idi.ill become law without th" consent of the lords. From the attitude of tho Liberal cabinet the government coalition Is tkhtly sewn up and there Is nothing to fenr in the way of desertion by either Irish or IviW allies. Th" gov ernment has agreed to the passages of several labor menure, as the terms of the Labor support. As to the Na' tionallsts, their Interest will hold them true to the combination and home rule has een In every Liberal plat form for the past 23 years. So the program Is the veto "bill now and a home rule bill next year. The Commons win 1)G ready for business this week and the introduc tion of the bill w ill JAXoJf promptly, as It Is expected the wu forc. A new provincial tax law has gone Into force in Prince Relward Island. All assessments must be at full cash value, crown and church nronertv "be unci wneii.er junKeis can ne in(f exempt from taxation. The tax continued without the people know- rate for this year is -one-fifth of 1 per ing that they aro "Junkets." Perhaps cent. Levy Is mado on goods and tbese, mnnirtniinn. r m.r..i J chattels fer failure to pay taxes, but no such inremortv rvlsta lhe rlfnnlf 4" " Ing ratepayer Is committed to jail for largo subJeH'ts of legislation are being thirty days or less, prepared for discussion and action; nevertheless they do not make a fa- J'nP uiiam Lawrence or (Mas- lal luiollj V., Til, Mil.. voruLlo impression upon the public rtp . . f ...." ...n.-.-,r, wijn lira nu.ijf Mii-iuii). 1. Af1.lm nml rVa la o ItuMiiiHfiil nlln It is time for the lawmakers to gethror'" Ire Bav tory was Intend down tn m.sine KnrnW imw ! I 10 incerprei 10 simple mineis me , . , t , creation of man by God. Several New tt mmuuon 10 nom me york pPoachwll deputo thf) prapoflI memocrs 01 me nouse to a straight tion, and a lively controversy is In course anel has exhibited unusual progress. Rev. Georgo Pratt I New courage and backlxine against onnosl. yorK- nowever, thinks me ibisnop is v.- 1 ngnt, ii"ii 111 ma iinjoi lain oiiion. ,t cm ue.0 ,.u unucr.-u.nu mai mis icgis- Speaking of the ravages of the chol lature is expected to show that cam-I era In Russia the St Petersburg cor palgn promlres were not empty sound respondent of the RussLtcho Korres- should stand by the speaker. The lat- '",ni,,,,z B": ,nce wvm ., . co,1 checked the -plague, we may ter should not lose sight of the fact i, .... , t Ji. . take account of what the cost has that tho Republican party is on trial J.een In human lives in the last five upon its record at this legislative ees- I months. In all Russia there were 216, slon a large part of next year's state 04R oaW4!' of cho,pra' which HO.DIiS fnmnii m f, -a A proved fatal, or upward of SO per ' ' cent" The report adds that St. Pe- ,..o.oiB,-.i w ,r....m ceiunn mouses mat tersburg has been a hotbed for tbe have grown up. While the Junkets and disease, rases to the number of 4,591 legWatlvo J.bs are of themselves of having been reported no irrent moment. rt rnnran. at 111 thm , , , , , . That a successful American painter Importance Ihe legislature seems to at- Lhfuld ave d , flfteth tach to them, tbe obvious reluctance without, ever having gone abroad Is with which It resists straightforward unusual; It is Howard Pjie's dlstlnc attempts to Ibetter eonelltbmn In fhi "" iners xrom nlm last week tell twar.i aro nminr,,,. ii i . i L of Ma arr,val In Florence, where " " he has taken a ho,., for th ix-lntr action when the greater questions of Und will give himself up to the art reform aro reached. galleries and museum Mr Pvi i. The voters expect the legislators to to wr,f ft number of articles for Har emit tbrlr foollna- an -f r'm aKMltie. but will noK do any Im.lni.. ul.hnnl a..l.. .... ' " " "r OMTlUg niS Stay " " - j i abroad. time, Senator Albert J. Reverldge of In dlana has accepted nn Invitation to speak at the Republican rIhIa Asner u. Jiineis, wno wn take bis vent on of JMIchbran . t i.-,.. . . . , I , "T Itriu "THIS IS MY 48TH BIRTHDAY." ed and tho jgreatcmr gtiyn .settled, be? eAit Irt the Sixty-second Congress' asf!afflnaW " - .. 1 ' ' 1 i In U. P. PRESS ASSOCIATION. Annual Meeting At Menominee on February 21. In order to do everything possible to assist the publicity and development bureau of the upper peninsula, the Upper Peninsula Press Association will hold Us annual meeting In Me nominee on Feb. 21. This Is the day the people of the upper peninsula have chosen to meet In that city and the newspaper men will be present at that time and will no doubt take an active part In the organization of the bureau. Publicity Is what the proposed de velopment association desires, and the newspaper men will undoubtedly be able to make many valuable sugges tions. The Upper Peninsula Press Associa tion Is mado up of the editors ef all the leading publications In northern Michigan, fremi the Ranks of the Me nominee north to Iake Superior. such as dressmaking' and expert do- niestic duties. of the Children's National Dally at nn early elate. This paper is to be pub lished six days in the week and to ."i e the news in simplified language. ..iiireb-rs and ither crimes of a sensa tional nature will not ho published. Ul.til re-cently Mrs. Clarke was e-ditot- tiilef ef the Taj lor-Trotwood inag .:'ne. she will have four other wo men associated with her in the pub 'ieation of the paper. Mrs. Klleti Maury of Churloltcsburg is 70 years ed.l, and ye-t she Is as sleii dcr as a girl and as active as women in their atiy -10s. She hopes she says, to ch-ar the ce ntury mark. Kve-ry morning ulie takes u cold plunge and then etrelcrs her horse und canters l." miles er more. Country life', she be lieves, Is more productive of good health and lemg life than the city, and he.rsebaekriding is the best exercise of all, not even walking excepted. Slio says she thinks every healthy Pearson should drink at hast a quart of pure, fresh water every day. Que-en Alexandra has, in accordance with the late king's wish, presented to the guildhall (city of London) li brary a work em arms and armor at Sandrlngham. To the same collection J. Plerpont Morgan has presented a copy of the catalogue of his collection of Jewels and works of art. It Is worth 1,000 qulneas, and only forty copies have been printed. Mrs. Ida Clyde Clurke has made ar rangements to begin the publication Hours to Remember. The hours I remember most Joy fully are the hours in which some un selfish effort or sacrifice stirred the Iuggish pulses of my heart. J. Raid win Drown. FOR AGED PEOPLE Old Folks Should be Csreful in Their Selection of Regulative Medicine. We have a safe, dependable and al together leie-al remedy that Is particu larly adapted to the requirements of aged people and persons of weak con stitutions who suffer from constitu tion or other bowel disorder.. We ar bo certain mat it will relieve theso complaints and give absolute satisfaction in every particular thai we offer It with our personal gun ran tee that it shall cost the user nothing ir it rails to substantiate emr claims. This remedy Is called Rexall Orderlies! Rexall Orderlies have a soothlnir healing, strengthening, tonle and reg ulative action upem the IhiwcIs. They remove all Irritation, dryness, sore ness and weakness. They restoro the bowels and associate organs to more vigeirous and healthy activity. Thev are eaten like candy, may he taken at any time without ineemvenience, d nui cause any griping, nausea. iin. rhoea, excessive looseness, tlatuhr.e.. or other disagreeable effee t. Pile 21c and 10c. Sold only at or. More The Rexall Store. VastblnnVr ' A Re ad , ANAEMIA is depleted blood. The blood lacks richness and the cheeks lack color; the whole sys tem lacks the nourish ment to be derived from the use of liOSCII'S UEEK. It is pure and health Kivinff. TRY IT TODAY All dealers sell it. BOSCH BREWING CO. Telephones in all Copper Country Towns. "A House ol Merit" WESTERN "AND" r DRAMATIC Features Today Last week ol AL. and TESS ABBOTT COMING Aud Cruster SKI TOURNAMENT at Ishpeming, February 22nd. Low Excursion Fares from all stations on The "South Shore" David Armit Lots for Sale in Philipsville and Renova LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND PLATE CLASS INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. 0n corntr lot at corner Lak Linden ave. and Heola street, Laurium. Good for busineae place. Office Richetta Block, Hecla St., Laurium. Phone 266. .THE GLSOJH ESTATE FURMITirnEIJIlDEnTilKIEiG C0TT ST. CALUMET htCH. . v TELEPrfOiNr NOFTH' 4l. ,