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THE CALUMET NEWS.' TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911. Houghton Department CIVIL CALENDAR IS ANNOUNCED FIFTY-FIVE CASES PREPARED FOR TRIAL AT COMING MAY TERM OF THE HOUGH. T TON CIRCUIT COURT. CRIMINAL CASES FOR MAY TERM HAS DIVER ON BOARD. ' The civil cal.nd.ir of rases of Issue of fat t, -with Jury trials ami of chan cery cases, has boon coinp!et-d by Prosecuting Attorney MacIonald, and consists of forty-six of th former and nirie chancery casi s, aa follows: Issues of Fact Jury Trials. M.trtin Cotlzlnskl vs. I ioiigMon C Traction company, case; Win. Mihtlich Vs Matt In.tzU h, Kl:n! r ; K u -h. 1 Miw-n-nce vs Samuel lluvvieixe, assump sit; Andrew Johnson vs Charles J. Morrison, administrator, trovir; Mitt 1'u.la.s vs Andrew Matila, asu!oj"it. Cppcal; (Justaf Kauhaki vs John Maki t al, case; lIph!s Cardinal vs Houghton County .tr t Ilailuay com pany, trespass on the tii.se; Isaac Mil iar vs Ella l''il . assumpsit, appeal; Steven Kuopus vs Mineral I t.i n t: Itallroad company, tr spass on the cast'; Steven Kuopus administrator y . Mineral ISango p.iilroad company. Ires pass on th can.'; Jacob Alholm, ad ministrator, vs osrcola Mining eom Jiany, trespass on the cast-; Jalmar Matson vs John IiIIuo, replevin, ap peal; William i:. Wallace vs A. I.. 1 vy, assumpsit. app-al; Ionard Mei.Ja vs (juincy Mining company. ea-se; Charles i:ykkonn vs Mineral Rantre Railroad company, assumpsit. njpeal; .s ph p.-rnard vs Ceorg" W. I.abby. assumpsit, appeal; Sander Silaampaa vs Kmil Silhuinpaa alias l'mil Keipela, trespass; (ins Johnson vs Km 1 1 Il.-n-drickson alias Kmil Keipela, trespass; William J. Calbraith and Edward M -Cormi k vs Ella .il s. assumpsit; Martin Ciagne vs Copper P.ange Ilail road company, assumpsit; William St. James vs Iul N". Keirris, trover; Jlenry J. Ixvy vs Henry 1. Obenhorr, j'ro-c-oir.gs io recover possession; Tibbs-Hutehlrigs Co. vs Croatian Co Operative company, assumpsit; Nich olas Illander vs Isle Itoyale Copper company, trespass on the case; Sara phine Iean vs August Nordino, as sumpsit; Ianiel Ola vs Mineral liango Railroad company, trespass on the case; John I'ati vs Centennial Copper company, trespass on tho case; Alex ander Luomn vs Calumet & Heda Mining company, trespass on the case; Henry Niska vs Osceola Consolidated Copper company, trespass on the case; Charles A. Anderson vs Lauriurn AVare house & Storage company, assumpsit; Norbert !!.- eP Vs August Joyal, as sumpsit; Jv-onartt Pcrtunen vs Wol verine Copper Mining company, tres pass on tho case; Matt! Ilautala vs tho I Calumet Gas company, trespass on the case; iJoex-irohnan company vs Ed. M. IJebleln. assumpsit; AnttI Juntila vs Calumet Ai II.-, la Minim,' company, trespass on the case; Topy W. Sibils l;y vs J.iseph J. nr rey it al. assumpsit; Donald K. McQueen VS Joseph Jeffrey et al. assumpsit; James An-hlo vs Jos eph Jeffrey ct al, assumpsit; Anna Ilatz vs Os. eohi Consolidated Mining "'mpany, trespass on the case; Ella Folios vs Michigan Commercial Insur nnco company, assumpsit; Ella Eolles vs Detroit Eire and Marine Insurance company, assumpsit; Ella E,,i!.H Vs Dixie lire Insurance company, as sumpsit; Peter Marcel! S Joseph Cro- 70, assumpsit; Eert Ituelle vs the vil la K of Iiurlum, trespass on the ease Jrako Coat company vs Joseph Croze, assumpsit; William D. Sa-r vs James J. liycrs, repl.-vln appeal. Chancery Cases, liessie Hit hey vs Cornelius Itlrhcy ilivt.rcft pio-conl. sso; Eannle Jensen vs John '. Jensen, divorce pr. j:ilzabeth JOd.ly vs Andrew DOCKET FOR THE COMING SION OF CIRCUIT COURT COMPLETED BY PROSE CUTING ATTORNEY. SES-IS The criminal tulcndar for tho May trm of the Houghton county circuit -ourt, tahedulcd to loiivene on May 1'3, was announced this morning. It includes forty-four casts, anioiiir th-m beirijf several for assault with intent to do trtat bodily harm, but there are no murder cases for tho coining term Three cases which will be heard, in addition to those enumerated below are th.se of Leo Evan. Quincy Adams, and Charles Craze of Hancock charged with highway robbery, who in th lower court entered a plea of Ki'ilty. They have, it is stated. withdrawn tl.eir ideas and will ask f-r :t trial. and will b represented by council at the coming term. The other cases to be heard are as follows: John Jarvlaho, assault with Intent to miir.br; John Katz, assault with in tent to do Krat bodily harm less than the crime of murder; Alfred M. Har ris, forgery, two charges; John Eng land, William Jacobson and Wesley Thomas, burglary, two charges; Wes ley Th.-mas and William Jacobson, burglary; Tony Kenny, larceny; Matt Mattala. larceny; H nry Saunders. I'e ter Juiitinen. Matt Esk.da, Octave Danielle. William Datrouelle, Leo Jer bel, Norman Dumonthicr, otto Voght lin, Harry oshinsky, William opie. statutory; John Hanson, desertion of arnily; James Driscoll, desertion of family; Telesphore Du Fresno, deser tion of family; (leorge Malevac, M-rtion of family; Tebsphore l'errault, statutory; Felix LePage, desertion of family; Ella Johnson, statutory; Ella Johnson selling- li.juor without li cense; tharbs Wikewalncn. violation of li.juor law. open on Sunday; Kd ward Low-Is, selling liquor to minor; Matt Eskola. selling li.juor to minor; Atigeio ignetto, selling lliior to minor; Matt Verbanatz, IYed Koberts, Mikrt Sullivan. John Kroll. flreigor I'.ukovich. Delore Ileauchine. William Monroe, Joseph Tonkovich. embezzle ment; I'eter SikonIJa, slander, appeal; Tony I'ochaver, assault nnl battery, appeal; Isaac Lahtela, statutory. Tug Raid Brings Man to Do Patching on th Wrecked Moretand. On board the tujr Kt id tf the Keid Wrtcklnjf (ompany, which arrivel at Houghton ycxtcrday is Louis Mecrs, who will do 1 he diving necessary to patch up the holes In the wrecked steamer. The work on 'tho ftcannr Kkhard'ton. which is sunk in Uuffulo harbor, will l alloweJ to rost for a short time. The tuir Held as-isted in wreck inu the hteamer Sharpies which was deli vend Into a New York port Cut.t. I'rockttt atul a crew of picked. men from this ltv are on botird tho Manistioue and Capt. J. hn Hayes will he in command of one of the .boats The tu Sarnia City, will 'be taken to IV rt Huron. ! : HOUGHTON BREVITIES. v The steamer Delaware, westbound. was at the Coppi r Hange il.K'ks yester day morning. Th llurontown and Huhhell Kase ball teams of the copper country league will play trielr opening g;une next Sunday on the grounds of the Hubt.el! aggregation. John Dyer of Trimountaln and Miss Mabt I Andrews of Ishpeming; w t t o married estcrday afternoon, the reinony taking 'place at the ofllce of Ju-the (rSullivan, with that func tionary otliclatinff. Among recent lliirths reported to Village Clerk OSullivan are the fol lowing: Duighter, to IMr. and Mrs. Mj In ne LeFave of Earaga street; son, to Mr. and Mrs. W. fJ. anOrden f Clark st net; son, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hihh-brundt; daughter to Mr. in.l Mrs. Jacob Weiss of I'ortage street; son to Mr. und IMrs. Jacob Mausscau; daughttr to Mr. and Mrs. ithur Finley. The I'ortage township board of re view will meet on Juno 12 and 13, the first Monday and Tuesday of the month, and tho village board of review will hold a preliminary meeting on June 9 an.I 10. tho two days preceding. The former is constituted of Super visor Foley, Joseph Croze and E. IX. l'etiberthy, and the latter of Treas urer Marion, K. J. Dube ami Frank Major. I TORCH LAKE I MEETING IS POSTPONED. Council to Discuss Pavements at Meeting Tomorrow. Tho meeting of the Lake Linden council which was to be have hcen held yesterday for the purjMisc of c fiuering me aving cpjestion was post...iud until tomorrow. The rejioit of the coiiMiiittee nan,.-.! to wait or the 1 roperty h ld. rs along Calumet street will be pre-, ntcd at tills time as well as estimates i.f the cost of th? Improvt nit nt. As considerable inter est D manifested in the pavlmr ijues tioii, is expected there w ill be a large attcndatK-e nt the meeting. WEDDED AT ST. PAUL. Edward Marcotte of Hubbell, Marries Houghton Girl. Word has been ncilvel in Hul.ibcll announcing the marriage n-cently sol emnized at St. Paul of MiVs Tjiura Kchlin, daushter of Benjamin Echlin or Hotishton, to Ed .v aid Marcotte of Ihrlhell. Mr. tMarcotte has been nt- temling tho Stone Si hool of Watch making and Engraving in that city for some time past and the nrmoimcMncnt of lil i marriage conn s as a gn at sur- prlse for his many friends in tho Torch Lake towns. TO PLAY AT CALUMET. Th IHko Linden high school 'base ball team will fin to Cnlumet tomorrow afternoon to meet the Calumet team at the Athletic park. A special street car has been engaged for the ITko Linden player and fan, a largo num ber of the latter having planned to attend. This is the rccoml game be tween the Calumet and Lake Linden high school teams and it Is exiiected It will prove. A verv interesting ono. LAST OF DYING RACE. vorce; Matilda It. Priedo vs Samuel D. Stevens, annulment of marriage; Lily Martin vs Samuel Martin, bill for separate maintenance; John Huhta vs Florida Mining company, bill to quiet title; Mary (Jn niir vs Joseph iretiier, divorce pro-confesso; John Myllyla et al vs Worcester Lumber company, bill for injunction; Louis N. Legris vs William St. James et al, bill for interpleader. NINE FOR NATURALIZATION. -confess. IMdy, d ITCHING. BLEEDING ECZEMA IS CURED By Cuticura After fering Beyond Thought Death was Near- Calls Cure Wonderful. 5 Years of Suf- Description IP "No tonguw can toll how I uJTrvl for five years with itching and bleedm -iAemn, uriLij 1 was cured by tho Cuticura JU'medns, and I am eo grateful I want tho world to know, for what helped mo will IjcIo others. My Ixxiy anl face were covered with sores. Ono day It would seem to l better, and then break out again with the most terrible pain and itch in sr. I havo I en ick several times, but nerer in my hfe dil I eitwrierice auch awful mirTcrinfl as with this wwma. I had mado up my mind that death was near at hand, and I longed for that timn when I wuild Ix) at rest. I had tried many different doctors and medicines without buccchs, and my mother brought tm the Cuticura Kennedies, insisting that I try them. I legan to feel better after thn first bath with Cuticura Son p. and one application of Cuticura Ointment. "I continued with tho Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, and have taken four !ottlog of Cuticura Ik-sol t--nt, arid consider myself well. ThH was nino years ago and I have had Do return of the trouble since. Any frfTson having any doubt about this wonderful euro by the Cuticura Itemo dies can write to my address. Mrs. Altie Ltfion, U3 Inn Koad, Uattlo Creek, Mich., Oct. 10, 1'JOtf." Ciitlnif affrrl4 tho fnnut ronomll tmilmil lr rie ikmk nt lh Ik In nd araiii. from Infam y V ' A rmk of I oil. iir Hoop anil Im.i ( C ut.r.irm filntuirnt r ofon ulTl.wnt, PolUf tituc 4 Umhbv, Ctrp, bo la f ruv-. Uualuu, Maa. List for September Term Grows, Total of Sixty-Six to Date. County cjerk Kaiser yesterday post ed the applications for full citl.cnship of nine aliens, nil applications being traceable to the activities of the Hrlt-ish-Aim r lcan club. There are now GO applicants to be heard at the Septem ber term, while at the May term, which opens next week there will be i!3C to be heard. In the following list of those posted yesterday the usual ques tions as to name, nativity, residence and date and place of entry are an swered: Ernest James Warne. Eng land, Kearsarge, New York. I'.mr,. Wil liam Kiehard Ha vies. England, Calu met. So... Is'jh. Henry J. King. India. Lauriurn, New York. DVfi. William I'as.oe. England. Calumet, New York. 1 :).". William 11. Uichards, England i-iurium, .New York, lKH'.i, John II. Lucas. England, Calumet, New York. Hans H. or hgTev ink. Norway. Lauriurn, port Huron, 1SKN. Vit .-. r mi. in. 1. nonunion, j:..st..n. ss-. Charles Nieml, Finland, lialth New York, 1!(3. Normally the Tchuelciies. as the Putagonian Indians are called, are a peaceable and kindly people, yet they are linpubive, caiable of strong preju dices, very revengeful, and often with good reason suspicious of strangers. They arc not to be trilled with, and when under the Inlluence of drink are brutal ami dangerous. They show love for their children and wives and 'kindness to their old peo ple. They are divided into numerous trUies or groups, each having Its chler or cacique, upon 1iom the burdens of government rest but lightly. The ca cique of the time to whom this vil lage belonged was then at another camp. They believe In pood am! an evil spirit, whom they propitiate, and have many .stories, myths and super stitions connected with the nun, moon and stars, while the laying of hor.i and drinking of blood form a console uous part In their superstitions, birth marriage anil tieain ceremonies, many of which are most repulsive. When Magellan first passed througn ine .mraigm mere were nor bans no less than ten thousand Patagcnlans roaming from the Itlo Negro to the straight, while today, driven back from the littoral to the high pampas Mid the foothills of the Andes, alto get tier tney Would prohahv Hot tola over five hundred. Charles Fur long, In Harper's 'Magazine. . kj .j. .j. j. . TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. A bazaar and wupper will be con dinted iby the ladies of the Dollar Hay MethiMllst church Thursday afternoon and evening. Mrs. John McKollnr of Superior nr rlved here today and will s-pond albout two weeks s tho guest of her sister, Mrs. D. K. Macdonald. Arrangements are being mode by tho members of Iike Linden chapter, Order of Eastern Star, for a dancing party to be conduc ted during the lat ter part of the month. Henry Heauchamp of Laurium, has been appointed as the representative of tho Metropolitan Insurance com pany In the local lield. succeeding If. F. Makinson, resigned. HEAVY RAIN FALL. Continuation of Present Storm Looked for cn Wednesday. The heaviest rainfall of the season so far occurred last nlg-ht and this morning a total of l.:.T, Inches being reported as having fallen no to fi 'clock this morning. Indications -point to more rain this evenim .i ... morrow. The entire country west of the Mi -sls.appl is Included In the storm area, and rain Is now general over the lake region. Conditions nro favorable for tornadoes In Illinois ni.rt Missouri. The temperature at Hough ton at seven this morning was 12;; at Milwaukee SI. and Chlcmro 7 Will WILL TRY FOR CUP. Houghton Knightt of Pvthia. Endoavor to Win Tronhv. The third rank team of the Colum. hla lodge. K'nlo'.ta ,.t t...i.! . ' " ' 1 .iiiiins f 11 Houghton, will attend the reunion r.r tho F,q,er Peninsula pvthlan lernrue at Menominee .t. ..... "' Ill II, tlllll Will make a determined effort to tnn.1 th ' I'ariiplonshlp trophy. The team vis ited lauriurn lodge last night and put "n with several cnmlldates. The Pythian league was originally or ganized nt Houghton and consequently a great degree of interest Is taken In it- tournaments bv the members of Colundbl.-i bnif,. A marriage license was Issued this morning' by County Clerk Kslscr to Tyonard vf. TtantioU and Huby Iund- ht-rg .f CalumcL Sped of the Teal. ivo a bluewlng teal a 40-nlle breezo behlLd him, have the little ras cat tiropping down with It, and he comH on ho fast us to be simply un miiani ome writers have claimed a epeed for hirn of 150 miles an hour or u) fet a second. The canvas tack, redhead and Llueblll have a was of driving; before a Rale, too, that will be found fast enough In all con Bcienee. Much of the fascination of wing Hhootlnsr romes from tho fact that iihot will always be ufforded muiiu oeyena HKiii or fiortal man. Charles Ankins, In Outing. A HOPEFUL MESSAGE TO SCAIP SUFFERERS AND MEN WHO'S HAIR IS TUNG j'anurunr now .nam later. Ttie same Is true of scalp diseases. In fact bald riess Is a scalp disease. The trouble with the greasy salves and lotions, the s-calhd dandruff and scalp cures you have tried so far Is that they don't do anything but temporarily relieve the Itching and cake the dandruff so It doesn't fall until Its dried out nealn. Nothing can cure really cure such troubles but a real ncalp medicine that will kill the germs causing dandruff and scalp disease. Learning from lending fellow d rig- gists throughout America that they had found a whirlwind cure for dandruff, fcaema and all diseases of the skin and scalp the Eglc Drug Store and Laur iurn Pharmacy n proving to the la boratories compounding the treatment that It Is the most prominent drug store In this cltv r the remedy. This lernedv Is ZEMO. the clean, ll.,uld preparation, that kills the germ of disease liri,i zi'Mr u,,An to wash the sc., r Hk.n . clean of the dandruff .r n,, ,,v Its nntlscntic heal. Hold and guaranteed i.v ,i,..ii. everywhere and In v.i. ...... . ... .-lore: in ,1Urm Pharmacy, DAMES .AND, DAUGHTERS. Lole Fuller, the dancer, was formerly a temperance lecturer. Clara Ha it on of tho Tied Cross laid out the grounds of tho national ccme tary tit Andersonville I11 lStS. Marie Tempest, the oiera singer, now In light comedy, was educated In a Uelgian conveut. Her mlddlo uaine Is Susan. Airs. i;mtna M. Nakulna is a water rights commissioner under the terri torial government In Hawaii. Mrs jsakuina is an American woman. She lives at Kallhl. Florentine Goodwin, pretty nnd four teen years old, is perhaps the younges omcer or a corporation In the west She is secretary-treasurer of the Good win Investment and Mining company or Denver, with a capital stock of $50,000. Miss Ida icauth has been elected chairman of the legislative committee or the Woman s Trade Union league in Chicago. This committee was form ed for the purpose of instructing working women concerning the stat utes affecting them eo that they may be able to influence legislation. Dan Mcssner,' jr of Oxford. IuJ.. breeder of the only Dan rate!), J:W, has tbrte full brother to the great chamrlou that be will havo trained this year, and. some of them should become uotetL They are called Dan's Brother, Klngstou and Uwnion Fatchen. 1 Train and Track. Germany malntalua an experimental railroad in, a foreat near Berlin, where different kinds of power and their ef fect on ties nnd roadbed are tested. Tho longest railroad in Hawaii is that of the Oahu Hallway and Land company, on the Island of Oahu. It has DS.47 miles of mala lino and branches. The Chilean government has placed an order with an American house for eight vestibuled Fullman and four vestlbuled dining cars for the service between Vulparalso and Santiago, Dress Hints. Shape the bottom edge of a 6klrt ex actly with tho pattern or it will never hang evenly. Don't try to dse stitching as a trim ming unless you know your machine and have a straight eye. In sewing in sleeves Instead of bind ing the seams use the French seam. It is much neater and is quickly done. When repairing a rent In a glove It is well to turn the article inside out nnd then sew it over and over with cotton, not with silk thread. Wxr4' if win' StM WW It Will A?rec With You Some people complain beer does not "aree" witn them. Pabst BlueRibbon The Deer of Quality 'agree witn anyone because bo at tne brewery in absolute liness after it is fully 1 11 ana mellow. Mil iS Cof. Scott .nd Sth Sts. vll ttleJonlv fJ4 clean- JrM Pabst Br ewlng Comp.ny 'A Cor. Scott and Bit. Sts. A 'A Tel. T8 North Broiling Don'ts. Don't ti7 to broil over a Blow Are. Ikiu't try to broil over n smoky fire. Don't leave the kitchen while you are broiling. Don't leave the kitchen door when you are broiling meat Don't put coal on the fire Just beforo you wish to use the broiler. Don't forget that it is better to broil on a hot, dry frying pan that over poor fire. Chicago News. open Tree Twigs. Dead branches are often the means of conveying decay to an otherwise healthy trunk. From a twenty-year-old mulberry tree 21S rounds of loaves have been picked in a year. It requires more than a century for a cedar tree to grow large enough to yield a thirty foot telephone pole. Some trees nro much more unfavor able to the growth of fflants beneath them than are others. The worst are the yew and tho ash. The Writers. Jack London, the novelist, makes a bobby of kiteflying and manufactures his own kites. Albert IUgelow Taine, the novelist. Is an expert photographer and also a landscape painter. Dorothy Dir. tho writer. Is a native or 'j ennessee. Her real name is Ellz abeth Meriwether Gilmer. Cy Warmnn, tho poet of the rail. was at ono time a farmer and wheat broker In Illinois. Later ho worked In the railroad shops at Denver. Ernest Thompson Seton, the natu ralist, spent his boyhood In the back woods of Canada. He waa at ono time official naturalist of Manitoba. State Lines. Vermont was the only state in which there was no boiler explosion last year. Texas harvested last year 181.2SO.000 bushels of corn, and its estimated cot ton crop was 3,140,000 bales of W0 pounds each. Reports show that Michigan grew 0,130,000 bushel of beans last year, easily outranking any other state lu this specialty. Massachusetts last year disbursed In wages In all Industries $278,191,113, tho throe principal industries being boot and shoe manufacture, cotton goods aud machinery . Sporting Notes. y Lauriurn rresldent Ban Johnson Is advocat ing the revival of the "earned run." The University of Missouri Is build ing a $10,0u0 concrete stadium seating G.000. Edward Hanlan Teit Eyck, winner of the Diamond sculls, may be engag ed as coach of the Minnesota. crew. Relics of the Incat. The Inca period has left us remark able traces, especially in tho inaguifl cent roads. Broad, beautiful turn Ikes, now only partially preserved, run for a distance of over 2.000 miles from the const to tho plateau and tho foot of the highest peaks. We marvel nt the Hklll of tho Inca engineers, eg pecifilly In the magnificent stairway hewn In the rock, in the filling up of deep ravines, in tho paving with pon dermis Hags. In several places hav been found the remains of n former as phalt covering to these roads. At cer tu!n intervals are found the ruins of custom houses and laid out grounds and fori 1 Heal Ions, of which the most interesting specimen is the fortress o Cuzco, built nbout the year 1000, nnd plundered and destroyed by I'lzarro In l."13.-C'eutury Fath. The Club. An exclusive dining society in Lon don Is tho one bearing the arrogant tide the Club, which since Its foun tint Ion has been limited to thirty-five members. Johnson, Burke, Reynolds nnd Goldsmith were among tho orl inai members. Gatrlek and Boswell Joined in 1773 and Gibbon aud Fox In 1771. Of tho eighteen premiers lu the nineteenth century nine were members of tho club. Fox, Liverpool Canning, Russell. Aberdeen, Gladstone, Salisbury. Lord Rosebery and Mr, Balfour. Loudon Spectator. The Orator's Fate. "Some orators," said Senator Sor ghum reflectively, "make mo think of our parrot." "Tho one whoso head you chopped off?" "Yes. lie hud to take all the blame for what somebody elso insisted on his saying." Washington Star. Asking Too Much. My dear," said Mr. Clarkson. "I don't want you to think 1 have any de sire to criticise you for the way you manage, but really wo must try to live within our income." 'Within our Income? Goodness! And be regarded by everybody In our set as eccentric?" Judge. Doubled Her Capacity. "Mrs. Garber fell downstairs and bit her tongue ii two." 'I feel sorry for her husband. She was a terror when she had only one tongue!" The next coffee crop of Japan Is es timated at 4.133.000 pounds. SCRATCHED FOR 40 YEARS Used D. D. D. Six Months All Itch. ing Gone! This l:t tho actual experience of Anne Croman, Santa Rosa, Cal., with tho wonderful 1). I). 1). Prescription. D. D. I), is tho proven IVzema Cure. tho mild wash that gives Instant relief In nil forms of skin trouble. Cleanses the skin of all Impurities washes nwny blotches and pimples. leaving tho skin ns smooth nnd healthy as that of a child. Get a z:,c trial bottle of thin won- derrt'l Kczcma, Cure today and keep In the limine I We know that I. I). D. will do all that is claimed for it. Eacle Drug Store. THE HOUSEHOLD SOME HELPFUL HINTS. Old wornout muslin nightgowns make excellent covers to put over nice dresses, when hanging them away in the clothes press. They are long enough to keep the duvt off the bottom of the skirt as well as the whole dress. A cotton flannel hag made with a shirrstring at the top, and large enough to cover tho lower end of the broom ! excellent for sweeping hardwood or painted th.ors. This saves scratching the floor. Moisten . tho bag before sweeping. For cleaning smoke and dirt In gen eral from the wall and woodwork, es pecially yellow pine, vinegar works well. Put about a pint In a basin, wet a flannel cloth in this and wine tin. thing to be cleaned. When the cloth becomes soiled wash it out in clear water before wetting ai;aln In tho vin egar. In this way no vinegar is wast ed and there is 116 wetting of the cloth, ing. 1 Piano keys should ho wiped off with a cloth dampened In alcohol. This will cleanse them without and danger of turning them yellow. If a japanned ware tray has be- come spotted, dip a woolen cloth 'nto little sweet oil nnd rub as hard as possible. Soiled Piots on the wall paper uiav be removed by careful rubbing with a dough ball made of Hour und water. To clean Jewelry make a suds of tepid water with castile soap, to which add a few drops of ammonia. Wash the Jewelry, rinse it nn.l i-i 1,. ., 1.,.,, of sawdust to dry, or'polish with u bit of chamois. begins to wear the UrM color will n.,t contrast so painfully against the string foundation as It would if It were many shades darker. There will j,l.s economy in time in the lighter, well covered carpet, livery thread and speck of -dust will not show on it as in the heavy reds and blues. TO SWEETEN ATMOSPHERE. A piece of orange peel (dried) burnt on a shovel or tin plate In a close, stuffy room will immediately sweeten the air and leave a pleasant odor. According to a statement Just Issued from the headquarters of the Natlomd Socialist party In Chicago theie are now more than six hundred thousand voters of the Socialist ticket In the United States. ECONOMY IN CARPETS. In choosing a carpet, If you are foned to study economy, select one with n small natterii nml r -i nM,f dor. Tho small pattern cuts to a bet ter advantage, for there Is less waste in matching the design as the breadths ire sewn together. U'lw.n Your Standing will be all 1 irht socially and financially if you stand in Stetson shoes. The shoe that has brains built into it ashoe of in dividuality for the par ticular man with fussy leet. If you arc old enough to know what shoe-comfort means in promoting an amiable temperament and bringing the highest working efliciency,come in and let us fit you with a pair of Stetsons. ID. HAAS & GO,, 306 Fifth St. Cilumet. 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