Newspaper Page Text
THE CALUMET NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1011. THE CALUMET NEWS Founded 1880. DAILY EXi'El'T SUNDAY. brre any excuse for wa-Ming their en ergies n a multiple it of ubou. Published B, TKa MINING GAZETTE CO. TAFT THE SAFEST MAN. The Mining Oasette believes Presi lent Taft is playing politics tn start- AT CALUMET. MICHIGAN. M. W. Young, Editor. W. M. Lyon. Bur Mgr. TELEPHONES. Business office Editorial rooms HANCOCK OFFICE Elks' Tsmpl. 209 . 4 312 Pnons HOUGHTON OFFICE. Phona 100 Publication and Printing office. Fifth Street. Calumet, Michigan. H4 Entered at the Post Office at Calumet, Michigan, as Second Class Mail Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: By Mail or Carrier. Per year tnot tn advance) $6.00 Per year 'In advance) $5.00 Per month M Single Issue 05 Old subs. Tiliers 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 tn person at the company's office. Complaints or Irregularity In deliv ery will receive prompt and thorough Investigation. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1911. Now the case against the 8teel cor poration will be tiled f 'liliwitli In the newspapers. N. gentle reader. Yuan Shi Kal in not the name of a new Chines' dish. He Is the big gun of the Chinese revolution. 'What is vinegar?" !s the question now confronting Dr Wll y. Evidently If was propounded by some sour mind ed Individual. Perhaps, in time. Congress, or the courts, will work out a reasonable, clear rule that will govern Industry and provide a more stable basis for prosperity At any rate the estimate first form ed of Dr. Cook's nerve seems to hold rood. If he can succeed in capitaliz ing it to Its full enormity he should die a very rU-h man. , ing suit to dissolve the steel corpora -tlon. and. apparently disgusted with his attitude towards business In tar Is. remarks: if tne LH-mHTat pat up a con servative candidate be will get a lot of Republican votes next time " But has the Gazette any conserva tive Democratic candidate in mind" It certainly is not thinking of either Wilson or Bryan, for they are "two of a kind.'' Wilson Is a "Progressive Democrat.' and it s certain he would go after alleged trusts more strenuous- l than the present administration were he elected president these "Progressives" have on the other hand, is even more radical than either Taft or Wilson when it comes to corporation baiting." for he would institute criminal proce dings as well Si civil suits against officers of big combinations. Probably the Gazette has Gov. Har mon tn minJ. Apparently he Is con servative, although he has not as yet made any clear exjoeitlon of his atti tude towards business. But there ap pears to be but a slim chance he will be the nominee of the Democrats. Gov. Wilson seems to have the pole In the tace and It looks as If he will lead the DstBOcrsta to victory or defeat In the next campaign. For all Interests of the country Taft is Hm safest man for the Republicans to support. He is both progressive and conservative and although the administration's fight on the Steel com pany does not meet with the approval of many members of the party there will b- general agreement that th business upheaval could be made much worse with some dyed-ln-the-wool radical In the executive chair. A Language All Men Speak Will Link the World In Brotherhood Commander and Flagship of Great Fleet of Warships to Be Mobilized In New York Waters. 0i Bv Dr. L. L. ZAMEN HOF. the Originator of Esperanto e I X all our international communication! WE OUGHT TO U8K A KEUTRAL LAXCil'AGK, one that is easilv Bflquirtd by I all anl used with equal right bv ilL Let us speak in this neutral lanpiage to any man who It's s way Joeg BOf cnro j0 gpeak to us in our own language, and the eluel cause Mr Bryan. ,r VATinv U II iTl.'Vlni .,.! a..,-,. l,m.'i;.ti,. Ha gw am s mpfi as i. iaaaaw aim wwsj wi auu avi i.uo.n.ai... j certain peoples will DISAPPEAR A neutral language of this character has existed for somo timo. It serves its purpose to perfection, has already a consideraMe number of adherents anl p -esses a rich and rapidly increasing literature. Those xrho wish to discover how this language may bo uniformly employed by AM. PEOPLES and what a great I'M FY ING FORCE it is let them not discuss the subject from a theoretical point of view, but let them attend one of the annual universal Ksperautist I congresses. They will then understand what it is that humanity needs in order to establish a DEFINITIVE PEACE among the peoples of the earth. As ESPER A NTT8H makes progress in the world, the men of different peoples will meet more frequently and converse in a neutral speech. They will come to understand and to LIKE EACH OTHER BETTER. They will feel more deeply that they are of one heart, one mind and one ideal and have the same sufferings and sorrows. They will realize that all this mutual hatred of peoples is only a relic of barbaric times. On this neutral base, the one FUXDA IfENTAL BASE, will be established the harmonious and pure "hu man'' humanity of the future, of which the prophets of all lands and all ages have dreamed. Don't talk baby talk to children, advises a Detroit educator. ( n tin other hand when you are discussing1 the fourth dimension with them it Is advisable to state your arguments as simply and directly us possible. Th- worst feature of the suit against th.- Steel corporation i the interminable length of time It will tako te, faetfa 0m saVM rr it win tend to prolong uncertainty In business. And inasmuch as th. Steel . mpanv haa been generally regarded as a good cor poration because .f its fairness and methods of publicity the institution of the suit Is to be regrctt. .. The Marquette Evening Chronicle has been sold to A. T. Roberts of Mar quette and Jack 'renter, of Detroit, ' I the t,i ,t known newspaper men In Michigan. F r a number of years Mr. Cremer has been identified with Us Detroit Journal. He is one of th best political writers In the slate. Mr. Cremer undoubtedly will make a suc- Ml ot the Chronicle, and Tin- s Joins ,thr members of the upper pen insula press In welcoming him to th fold. New York suffragists ,ulled off a toxin show last night. Gus Ruhlln and a few athef "has beens" of the heavyweight etaM indulged In the pleasant pastime of hammering each other on the jaw, solar plexus and otber vulnerable si. ,ts, and It Is stat ed In the presa dlsf.atches that the women applauded vigorously and did not iem at all uneasy i,-r bloody noses and wallops that occasionally landed one of the boxen M the floor Is Ma what woman's suffrage la com ln to? Is it going t make our worn en masculine and less refined'.' If so we arc not f..r "vote s or w otto n." An Fscanaba sportsman Is ir ills) lug petitions PggsnnStJag QuvtCMff Os born to ree.,nimend a revision of tb fcame laws, if a special session of tin legislature Is 'ailed The game laws are at present more faulty than they have i it been lu fore. it appears Htlll it is not to b. . x.. . i. d thai Go, ernor Osborn will urge that tbe I,, revised in a special session, comments the Mining Journal If he calls thr legislators together he will have more 'mp., riant matters to recommend to their aHrntion. Tin an .nl b. (-aid for twenty" days' work and as It Is not likely that Ihev will linger long after tin pay slops the governor will doubt less, ask that they confine their at tention t.. not more than two or three Important subjects. The only way h. will be able to get anything accom plished will be by not giving the mem- HUNTING SEASON DANGERS Although the hunting season in the upper peninsula woods is only fourteen days old. Ave persons have met their death and seven have been more or less s vcr. iy Wounded. dl tn carelessness either on the part of the victims them - "r of ..!.. r The r rd s- ms to forecast a long list of dead and in jured at the season's end as there re main thirty-three more days in whlel to hlltlt deer In commenting on the most recent fatality, and the dangers of the hunt ing season in general. Kdltor New ett. of the Ishpeming Iron ore, an ex perienced hunter and w Isnian. says V II Judklns. of Cadillac. Mich while hunting with his son In th wood north. killed the boy. Monday. They w,r, hunting deer The boy cir cle.) through the woods and the father shot at him thinking him a deer. wounding him so badly that he died shortly thereafter The father attrl butea his mistake to the fact that the boy wore a yellow Jacket. That's fool ex' iis. , . r are not yellow, and the father must have known how the b.,v was dressed. I'nder the law he h..uld be s.-nt t., the penitentiary, but he will not be Nu en., is punished as the law directs for such criminal care lessness, of course the father is al ready punished, ;,h he will egrfg the HSM0I J of hia act to the grave, bin Isn't It awful that men will make these nostak. We cannot imagine a sober, Kane man firing at anything in the for est that he cannot dearly see n this ii. t. ,i,.. the father must have seen on ly a small pat h of the boy's body, a small, ratio Spot, he sas. and he fired at It. Of course he hit It Thc al ways do This ejirly-saiK.n hunting Is a bad Mlnils. Without snow on the ground POOt psofclsj c. ,.r se.-kers ntake nor. n, .Mak.s than they would if there was snow as a relief for the obje. ts. When faih,.r ;ire shooting their own sons in thc-e deer wods it H nigh time ti,r.. was some ihariRe In the MM laws that w . swn the prop. nt danger It Is an awful . ondltkon. l:'i -oats, or eii-,w. (,r white will not nave s man from the fre of HMH bad-slgiitw, nrvous shooters. They are blind to color or to shaie. They Shoot !4l l1rlai I . . oiiK moMiiK. at snridows and sounds They have automatic ri Mes that win deliver six shots in two '"'"V "id with force enough t. send I bullet through a twenty-Inch tree W' think It Would be Well If SAM permitted to hunt only in the county In which he resided. This would Ket rid of a lot of lenxb rfoot fel- ! m I atl-t . pSppJUtlOP to the p.opl,. and the gftftM Anvil. .w. wbv .1 li pi p I'-Mhg for psslwlltpj Kiint, rr outsiders to come in and kill? So,.,. Ihln must be done stp this slaughte r of me,,. , , ,,. u.m ,nM tb- PflU of murder POPULAR WITH PORTUGUESE LEADER IN MONARCHIST REVOLT IN NORTHERN PORTUGAL IS FAVORITE NEWS FROM CY PAREE. Paris. Oct. 4'aptain HoPftqttS tie Paiva t'oucciro, the priaelpal leaeler of the iiiojiatc hist revolt in Northern Portugal Is very popular in the Portu guese army, especially sjnoaa lbs ar tillery in w hich branch pa served. Dur ing the days of the 4th and .'.tli of October, 1010. be fought heroically in the streets of Lisbon and was among tile last defenders of the pala. e of the .- essidades against the Republicans. When the struggle- v,i nearly ov. r. .Minister of Manuel, Senior Texeira Sou.a. wounded b a Iragmcit of shell, cros.-ed the royalist lines on his way to surrender his seals of office to the pro visional government. I h ive be. ii wounded In my own house by a splint, i of shell." said the Minister to the Captain. 'S. i , k you right." an , led Oou- celro, roughly, "your place v, as in the street." When the monarchist reuime was leflnitely ended Copoolro was not mo- sted bv the Republicans, The new- War Minister. Colonel BSITStO, even offered him a higher tirade, which at llrst he accepted, h,,t soon gave up to work for the opups of the Kins one day before ;, group of soldiers. Hi- 'aptain had a ItVSh alt. r. ation w ith i 'oIomI Barrsta. Who ;ire you for." (piestioned Cou- celro, abruptly, turning to the men For (lie King or the Kepublic?" "No. for you, Captain," they answer, d without hesitation. Styles n Complexion Changs. Th' complexion of the' Paris woman ' changed this .season. Last winter Ihs prevailtPf mode was whit, with red lips. This autumn tl t oT-door 'int. with a touch of Atmtn rd .,, u... beiks has become the fashion. The le.nling h.iinlrt ssers supply glistening KOa rof the evening b four drofMI Sf ebsmlcaJ formula. The treasons. ken of the Rue de la Paix eomptala that tbta has been a har.l season for them because -.1 the tak. s one, Just to have something from Paris. Paris-Madrid Telepbona. .M't.r several months' trials the PYonoh st.it.- telephone engineer! have succeeded in connecting Parti and Ma drid, and the service will be soon open ed to the public. The establishment of oral communication ov. r such a dls- tailie '.Hill miles is Olll) .(lie e. a number of reforms whie h ate being in stituted, the central battery among them, at Brsl condemned by the l'ost- oflice Telephone puthoritles but n.ew tegarded as essential by everybody. The switchboard at Ihc principal es ehange is being remodeled on tb- a in.-i ie ;i n plan. nnMi i ii automatic x- ( hange, now under dial at l.voiis. shall be adopted for the whole system, The automatic eXchAPgC will do awa wilh the "telephone girl." who is much slower and hss courtPOHa in I'Vancc t ban in Ann rti ., "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." l"tt Philadelphia was llrst chaitet i by William p. mm. 1704 John Loeke, i lel.rat. el Fnglish philosopher, died. BOTH Aug 9, 1032. IT..9 (Jcoig.s .I.,, pies lanton, the I'r. tic h rcvolut ion , ry leader, born Died April ,r.. IT!H 1S44 ThV Royal Cvcbange. London, "petu d by Queen V ictoria. 1000 Prof. Max Mull. r, I 1. ader in lbs sclen, e of languages, died at Ox ford. Kngland BoHl in (Jerinany, Dap, , 1 X2;t. l'.tlo The I'ortliKUese !ov eriiinen . daoread the separation af Chwreh and State &0C:. U.S. 5 CCMMECTICUT V 19 7 U S S COMMECTICUT The greatest fleet of Ainci ii aii vv at ships ever assctuliled uinler n single cotiima ml will gather at New York on Nov. I. It will be BPJsfp tip of ihe biggaal and the SWlflWl ships in the Dslted States navy. Tbsjfp will bo sixty eight ships in the lineup, divided into t vvonty live lirsl class I .at I Icships, lour arnioi eil cruisers, one scout cruiser. si naval ntixiliaries. twenty I wo torpedo boats ami desi foyers, seven submarines and three torpedo mid submarine ten ders. Rear Admiral Hugo Osterhaus will be in command. The U. S. S. Connect lent Is his flagship. UtUtOd to re, over the moneys secured bv raid mortgage, or any part there of. MOioa is hereby given, that by vlr tlM c.r the power of sale contained in s:.ld mortuat;c, and the Statu tf ii: : u. h I BPS ina.b- and provided, on The-:- lav the eaventp, d..v af Daoemhori a. D. 1011, at II o'cloc k in the tot. noon, the undersigned will, at the front door pf the CoMrt HpttfO, In the Village of Houghton in the County of Roup tltotl that batPf; the place wlie ic the t'irouit Court for the county of Houghton is laid., sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, the premises described in said mortgage, or so much thereof as may I. n ssary to pav the amount so as alorsaul due on said tnorlgage, with live per cent interest, ami all legal costs, together with said ultor nev's Ice. to wit: The Northwest Quarter af the Northeast quarter af Section Thirty-Three :!.'.) in Town ship Fifty-Six (00) North, of Ranas Thirty-Four (04) West, Together with the hereditaments ami appurtenances lharoof. Hated September "lb, 1!H1. -Mitt i Muslakaniras. Mortgagee. C. A. MAPSi 'I I, Attorney for Mortgages. Business Address: Cab t, Mich. Bepl it. II, ! x,,v. 4i J( Upbeat bidder ee. :. !., i, is, court House I let v. ti. 10, -:; D, Default having been made in th. conditions of a certain mortgage made J? I i ic Kauhala and Matia Paubala, Ins wit., of the Townahip of Calumet, 'oiin:y of MopphtoU and Stat, of Mi' hican. to A. C BOCpPfl Co., a ,-,-p tad u organize. I and dote bustPSM under the laws af the Stale af Illinois, and having its principal place of bttSl- al III. front door of thu in the Villag.- of llougb- ton, County r Houghton, and stnti of Mic higan, that being the pi n c ar'SSWe lb.- 'b e, lit Court for the County pf Houghton la held, the prpgataaa do lortbad in said mgrigpoe and to i... old a aforesaid, or s,. much thereof s may be m c cssary to pay the amount due on s'id gHHtgnge Stttl lister.- t r. osi at the rate of Six per e.-nt par n. ss in the t'ity of Chi, .(., ntala ,,r annum, ami all bml mat. mm ,,,,,,1,1 Itlinols, bearing dale the J4lli da, of i "d for In said niortirage and an attor i ii. oy, . i., iotn and rrnordad M the Office of Rggiatar ( i la for the County of Houghton and Btnta of Michigan, on the OUi day -r Horambar. A. n. 1010 In Liber .x ..f ihortgngei on pages I04'S0jPi on achlch luuotgpge tbere is Claimed to he due at the date Of Ibis nolhe, for principal and In terest, t;,,. .sum of Ninety . iuht ami ::-li, (tOt. OS) Dollars, and no suit or procSedinga at law- or eqntty having be en institlll, d to recover the ine.,e ;;,, ure, by -slid gMTtgnge, or any part thareof. Now. thctefon. by virtue of the power of sab contained In mild mort gage and the statute in - neb eM m.i.b and provided, notive is hereby given oil the L'Sth day of December, A. D. IMii at ii o'clock in the forenoon there will be sold at public auction to the lev fee of Fifteen Dollars aa also pro- vlded or in .-aid mortgage and the statutes go verging the foreclosing or mortgage bj advertisement. The premise ., described in aidniorl agc helag el . n!,, d as follow s: l.ot number f Three (0) In BOooh lett. re d N .r the urst addition to Centtannlsl Heights In the CPuajty of Houghton and State of Michigan, together wilh all tanemanta, h rrrdltagionts and bppurtanancea fheteunta belonging r in any a i BgfssrtaJnlngi Dsitc-.l this OOCh day of Sepiember. A D. 10ft A. C. Beckon Company, Mortgagee. Qnlhratth I MpOarmaek, Attorneys ff.r tfartgggpp, Bnshiaaa nddraos: Cnluinct. Mien, LEGAL NOTICES. Sept. it;, n, lo, Oct, 7, 14, IT, L'N. Nov. 4. ll. is, 15, poo. FJ 11. Ml iRTQAGH .half. Default having I n made In the conditions of I certain mortgage by I'eter Matskall and Mathilda Mars KnL his wife, of Houghton County, Michigan, t. Matti MuaOalisugaa. of tic same place, dated the .".lb day of May, A. D. Htot,, am recorded in the ofllee of the Register of Deeds for the county of Houghton and State of Miehlgnn, on Ihe ith day af May, a. d. tOOf in Dibcr m m of mortgagee, on pages 230 and :.:i on whh h mortgage there is claimed to he due at the dale of this notice, for principal ami in terest, the sum of Kho Hundred Thirty Three and Fort v -Seven cents t.,:::t - 47 ) dollars, and an nttotliev s fee of sharp enforcement of American ous- Twenty-Five (til I dollars, as provided Tor In ssiiil mortgage, and in. suit or proceedings at law having- been In- loma r, mii.it ions. An American u h. rormerly boiiubt several cost I I . t ' tlnu RED JACKET BUSINESS DIRECTORY A. F. MENZEL INSURANCE. Fveryono fchould carry some insur ance. Life Insurance is a ssife mi nd that men should have. C.et In a good company when you insure. A. F. Men el 1-4 Quello Huildlng. A. FAHLEN JEWELER. Dealers in high class watches. docks. eJtvemare, Dae ohusa, eul pot- tery ami oilv a brae. We can supply your every demand. We make gtassca that are guaranteed to fit fpttf 9 Two baibeia at the shop with the 4 magic words "WE CAN DO ANYTHING" Art Myers, Prop. BflACCG tKe BAKER. Tho boot people In 'alumi I use o,ir bread because it is tho best they can buy. All our bakery goods are baked fresh every day. Try our bread. Sacisr Kraut and Wienies, Hot Roa-d Eoef Sandwiches at all times. Chicken "Booyah" on Thuisdays and Saturdays. "THE MAJESTIC" Mike Crowley, Proprietor. INSURANCE. Fire, accident ami plate glass Insur nice. Rani Instate and loans. , i , Spec tl VOlT auttcll your business. See us before purchasing r?H estate. W. L Slannard, Agent, John It. L.ary. Mgr. HOCKING AND CO. Exclusive styles in union suits. Wo are no!.- agents for the Superior Cnioii Suits. They fit. Wo have the, In full length. Athletic and Poron-Knll $1.00 to $.00 .r suit. JACOB K ALLIO UNDERTAKER. Careful and efficient work is our M-et me ,-,t Paul's Confectionery Store for a dish of d II. Ions Ice Cream l ush California Fruits nnd a fine Una pf Candies at low prices. MIKE PAUL, North 6t!i Htr. OLD RELIABLE LIQUOR DEALER. Sunny Itrook and Hon. I Hill Itoitled 11 Bond, full .piart 11 00 per botlle. Tbeaa are bargain prl.-.-a aaj this gra.la "f I Ban Btam, mum plana, same corner. FALL SHOWING OF SUITINGS AND OVERCOATING -at J. 0. RASTELLO, The Tsilor, r. aateia itidg., r.th st. motto. Th RYAN LIVERY & UNDERTAKING Mc-,t u,p-tr-the-niinute prvico )in e most considerate attention j 'opP0f Country. We are well aup- l.lfe: "Hi s been accused of cheat ing the government, hasn't he 1 'YeB. out or a paltry te million or Likelj to Ko t. Jail?" ardly. Ile a president of th. com pany and the large! stockholder. THE OLSON ESTATE PimUlTUKEUUkKrAltlllG sr. caloiibt rncH. TCLEPHONE NORTH 41. Is Your House Wired for Electricity? Ar- u LriiiLr to enjoy 1 1 - comfori ami oodvmi iftnee of meettic lilil in tM home this coming lull gnd u intor I i nil up a wiring contractor and gd Ins eitimatt on wiring if ma) 'st fou toei thaa you thought. Cheap, Sniv nnd Convenient. HOUGHTON COUNTY ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. CLOTHES FCR MEN. Our new spring and summer line, the latest novelties af Im pot r ,i nnd domea tic fabrics await your early consider ation. (Jo, ids bought from u-i nlve, sat. kafnnUan, anengi A tterfc, onh & 7th. Italian I K,vo" to 1,11 ""eB. Lady embalmer al ways in attendance. Phnna ordar. t,. ken both day and night. IMi.mo 9S-IR FASHIONABLE TAILOR. Thp vise m.iii ln always well dressed because he get tho best selection by nrdarlng early in tan aaaaon. iprlng wm now iii. Preaalag ami rt ing. Matt Chop, Phnne 63J. . 1 1 ... I ... i . a. 1-0..1 v un noises and VeMrfea and have competent drivers. All kinds of funeral supjdiw.. Phone 25 GOWAN MILLINERY CO. Hiive on display a complete and cautirul Una af Ladies' and M.ssea' Pattern and Reaau tn va r u... . 1 - K.ia 1 ' aiumet, aiich fall. 7th (uk st palr- F. H. 8CHUMAKER MEATS. We arry an Immense lino of fresh neata lafc gggat and oysters ulii, which to fdcase our customers. Spe cial uttentlon and .r..mpt delivery giv. ri to all phone 01, , ft PknM 48. WHO'S YOUR TAILOR? We are Inralng out a great number of suits for fall, have we your order-.' Wa know how to build a suit that I stylish. Cleaning, pressing and repair ing. Julius ozanleh. Cor. Elm & 7th at HOTEL MICHIGAN. BASEBALL SCORES EVERY DAY. 1. i -ciass European hotel. i:ne '""Miction. In t MalU MB se.-tlon of Red J 1. le t. Cor 6th and ( .ik Sts. M BandetUnl ring. LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING Most up-to-date funeral directors M Calumet. Pu.nlshlngx fM- all fn rata The ftnal livery nutihn with '"" rell.ble drivers. Licensed en, ualmers. Rhe, Hros. Phono 800. 3! Hsona s. r- Ml G. Martini & Co. Calumei, Mloh McC LURE'S GARAGE. Mont gg e d .te garage in the Cop per Country. Finest slnaa of raaatrlaa I and machine work of all iaoetinMoa i..r ma worm famous Mltc h.il MoCLjRE AND RILBY. 'M.erts On all kinds elec.rb al JOJJ Lighting systems, phone. ;: tailed and nirhlg done Agents for the LAKESIDE FLORAL CO. Copper Country,, iarffOHt anfl moM treenhonaan. am mnatlea af oweih, planta, ehrirbs and m, , nea.itiru, noml deeoratb.ne fo anrtkM dinners. . afertalagli Mi i.n.l f, WARREN JEWELRY CO. 321 5th St. :, ,,.,,, and l4l Rogers Kllverwara. lld,y 'ut Ulasw. V w. W KUHr,,utl Htigs, n umbrellas. Waterman Pane. PATRONIZE HOME BAKERY. Kee that rmj get bread that is m .-l W jronr home town, it Is always frosh ". We baha every fag, IM,oi. us your next order. VIENNA BAKERY, PhegM ..II. VIC HERMAN. Expert Pbotographsr. Fifth i. i lk.ne 21 1 Th- 'o ver wa a time -i... a,. I Ofae market ,., Mffag that, at prea "r main object Is to give our Patrons satlafnetlnn In both price and Quality. Call and hmk over our 1. " ' 1 "vlmed. Grand Union Ten Co.