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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911.
DOINGS IKacb i HMim. j. ri TO.C4&T OJEPUI. THIS CHRiSTHAi. THE U THIS - v,,,, ;c . . MAKE IT 3TR0NC IN MV TLMtM III nt.,.. - " ' w" CG.T VOL Olive i&ki - - - . THAT i-C BE. OE-TTfcR Laurium Department PREPARING FOR POULTRY-SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT will soon ISSUED. OFFICERS TO AT TEND CHICAGO POULTRY SHOW NEXT WEEK. BE PrcpsrattoMi win mmq m pn hti vt oroturty for tin- tlrst ;inniuil pOllKll x l hMtloa nl Hi' I .a it t i it in town hall un !. r lh auspid .'; of ihi I jiju r IVnln :nla Af soi'lation. A pri-lliuiiiary an noui 'ti-mi'Dt of the niiov anil tin pr- mluaM is now ix'i- - prepared ind wft soon 1)' siTt to prolpSCtlVC i xllihiloi s ill all parts of the nppir pinlnmila. It ii, ixpiHtnl tin- Ilrnt show will be n vjsry huci i-Ksful OMf as a nunilu r ot faaetaiv BtM lrtd preparing iinir hlnls for t-xlilliiiion. ('oinin as It does, om k in ice. iii' fefouBMon "iiiity show, fowls may lc nti rod in both exhibits. PresldeM W, J. Reynold! and Boorf tary c. i. BMlMtw at 1 1 1 ffilptr Pm Insula assmdai ion will visit the CMoa i;n Poultry show nixi mtk tnal it is i ted that sonio of tho Idi ns ol t;.lned there will ho of lunilit in tho 1'" al sh"v. .Indifo Clip, who has already bet n iiitd tt m-t In that ca parity at the Laurtttfll show Is an exp rii i t ed oul trj man antl It is protmMfl tl it somo of the t'alumet fai t Iers will WCUTI Ml ' 'pinions ami advlee while he is ll If. That the shows will result in a Knid lial betterment is appait nt for thJ poultry lovers of the ooppi r country are already deeply inti-n ai.d Mi iloinjf their utmost to improve the '.liulity of their stm-k. DEPUTY ROWE IS BUSY. Join T. Rom-. fleptit) t""d Inapeetof for the uppi r peninsula is OOtUtOCtllHI :l (iairouRh investlffatlon of thewoft drink 1 1 toriea of the poppw eonntryi i'a - I 'lies in t'aluinet were vlslied yester and indiiy .Mr. Rowe Is hwpoctteg iho faeioriea nt Hnneoek and Mohawk. The results of this lavaatigutlon prob- l iil not be known for Nine time MANY APPLICANTS. Bo far the appllotltlotl Hanks for the civil MTvtQU examination tt lie In Id In '"iineetlon with tho eHtahlishnunt of free delivery in l.auriuin have not been reeeived. Wwm :u veiitv -ti e lo lie hundred reipiests for these blanks liave already been nv i ived anil It isal- 'd. apparent that there ill he COt i Idi lalde rivalry for the three caiTfe position dooMid upon, it now Menu very iRHtrottaMa that th.- free delivery CMitem will be eatublished before Wb tuary 1. SCOTCH CHRISTMAS PARTY it. hum incuts have been coinplot"d the party to he condin toil under the auspices of the Scotch ladies of Calumet at the Laurium town hall on ChrlstmM nlRht. The hall has air. a d : ' ' ii ' UKaited nnd other nrranc ni' -nts lll he completed at once. The parties KKt ti under the auspices of the Scotch "waents of Calumet on Christmas In the past have proved very suc cessful ii nd It is expected that this v,,nt will likewise prove very enjoy aide. ooooeoooooooooonoo' 0 ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS, ooooooooooooooooooo PEOPLES Theatre, You'll be sorry if you miss the show tonight EVERYTHING NEW OF THE VAN LOONS T. 1 -fKfe . KWCAV WOWTH-WMIIf: lAPPftKCIArs ie . 'iCHtMi HfcMt air-w , INGVO "OU TO CL.T MP. Aww J, ? - ... " "in ro . WSU 0 All. Mf 3EAC-S0N C'OAl i tUAT THAN HAVE T-r? 'T' MARRIED AT CALGARY. Miss Olivs Buzzo Becomes Bride of James MacCauley. 1 Calumet and Laurium friends will Nstfn with Interest of the inarrhiR.' aolemnlaed at Calvary, Alberta, on ThanksRlvlnK day of Miss Olive BajsM Usd James Mat Canley, both of whom formerly resided In Laurium. The bride g th il iu'hter of Mrs. Cather ine Bmm and the late Thomas Ituzzn, and was a Member of the elass of Ki03 of the Calumet hlnh school. The ffOaU is aJae Well known in Calumet ami iiurlum. fJoMemtog the marriage, the Calcary Oally Herald says: "A very pretty wedtlinjr was eele- b rated t n Thuraday evanlnv, Nov. so, at ti'.' residence of Joseph MacCaUSty Crescent Heights, when Miss OUve Bvana, "f t'alninet. MichiKan. C. A., was united in marriage with James Alexander MacCauley, outiKest. son of Mr. ami Mrs. MacCauley. 'The hrltle was a picture of clrlish loveliness in white silk crepe do chine aaad stnproldered ami sstiTlafl n show r homiuet of bridal roses and maiden-hair ferns. She was Riven away In marriage by Thomas Ttchill. "Miss Rebecca MacCauley made n Vsry charmlnR bridesmaid In u very dainty gown of pale pink rajah silk. The i;room was supported by John Graham, of this city. "Mrs. Kehlll played the T.ohenRrln ssjssfbsf march as the bride entered the ceremony room, where the Rev. II. I.. Kempton ofllelated. "A recherche supper was served In the course of the extniiu'. Mr. and Mm M ici'auley will reside at Crescent HelRhtS." MARRIED LAST EVENING. Miss Ellen Collins is Wedded to Wil liam C. Moyle, of Laurium. Miss Men Collins, daughter ot M r. iiiti Mrs. Richard Gottbm ef 2:w, Bou- tlary street. Laurium. was married last algal to wliHam C. Moyle, ahm m Lattrlom. The ceremony took plaee at the home of the bride's parosrto, Mu lt, H. BdVedi pastor of the l.auriuin M. i:. church, otllt lalii ir. The bride was Riven away by tef father, while her sister acted as Midas maid The BTOOm vas attended Oy BH" nier i'ren. To the strains of Mendel sohn's wedding march the labial party proceeded to the parlor where the Osf rmOny ns performed. The beautiful md llllpresdve in service snu used. The home w.is beautifully deuoratad for tiu ocraalon. add upwards of six ty quests were pi t sent. man Of them oomhsg from Hanrnafc and Houtrhton. Kollowint,' the cer. inony a weommj supper sma st rved. The nappy couple were made the recipients of many pi t st ilts. They w ill start hiOUMkMP ins at once in Laurium. YOUNGSTERS ARE PLEASED. The decision "t Hie Laurium council to permit the construction ot public skating rinks In different parts of the village for the use of the Children Is v. rj pleiisln-R to them, ami there is no doubt that the permission will wm speedily made use of. The decision of I n council has caused much favor able comment. LAURIUM BREVITIES .;..;..;..X!-W!"X"W,,'t'!',I"I"I'l',l"'''''"'"''"'-' T ny Nigra of the Vivian Store cler ical forte Is on the sick list. Henry dimmer of Staples, Minn.. Is spending A feW dns with friends and tela lives hire. The funeral of the late Mrs. Peerless imume was held sooteM! afternoon Laurium Vois'mim ? . BAM T a.. - r,.....,. 'V ' i iru HUT I U PC POH A BUr 6"T with services at the Laurium M. E. Church and Interment at Lake View. The Lerot and the Snake. Kvery ODt has heard of the reinnrkn ble conibnis of the Indian mongoose with venomous snakes, in which little rlkui tiUU-tavi comes off victor. Tho fact that the MBfUH Invariably sur vives has led to the sujrestion that It is Immune to snake poisoti. Other ani mals said to bo immune are the ph: and the hedehoi;. The experiments of Itritlsh naturallstH show that an animal of the dormouse family must be added to the list of the immune This animal is kuowti as the lerot and Is said to li'ht fiercely with vipers Lftlga doses of viper's poison were In footed into one lerot. from which in jection no 111 effects followed. On one occasion n lerot was bitten badly In the eye by n viper, nnd no signs of poisoning occurred. There can. It is thought, be no doubt that the lerot is immuuo to snake poison. Gold Beaters' Skin. A cheap substitute Is much dsircd for goldbentcrs' skin, which M prepar id from the outside membrane of the large intestine of the ox. It Is said that goldbeaters first tried paper for Inclosing the metal, and mulberry libi r paper Is still used In China and Japan, but animal parchment has been mostly employed for two or three ecu tuties at least. While a thinner leaf can bo beaten out between paper parchment sheets. It Is dai.iaved by adhesion. A special fJennnn paper is coated with Isinglass or albumen, an.i paper parchment of sonic kind is much used In the first stages, but goidbeat an finish their product between gold beaters' skins, still pounding nn ounce of gold Into 200 square Inches of leal. New York Tribuue. Swayed by a Bell's Tones. The Church of St. Nlcaise. in the city of Rhetme. is mi rounded with pillars. When a certain bell In the tower Is rung the top of one pillar always sways to the extent of seven inches on each side, although the base Is Im movable, and the stones are so firmly cemented as to seem like n solid piece of masonry. Notv.'lthstar.dlng that each of tho fQfJC bells Is about the same distance from the trembling pal lar none of the others has tho slightest effect on it. An Odd Bequest. The following Is OM of the oddest bequests ever recorded in a hbtt testa ment. It appeared in the will of a Ilrlstol mariner proved In 17!i". The old gentleman ordered his executors to "pay out of the tlrst moneys collected, to my beloved wife. If living, one shil ling, which I have given as a token of my love, that she may buy hazelnuts, as I know that she is better pleased with cracking them than she is with t. lending the holes In her stockings." Chirography. Tlbelinda writes a very peculiar hand." said Maude "Yes." replied Maymle. "it's just n lot of straight lines and angles When yon rend It you have to guess nt tho spelling, the same us she docs." Washington Star. Sure to Know. "T understand that you have bought R0UN remarkably expensive gowns here In Paris." "Yes. but what's tho use? Tew peo pie Know w hether a gown Is really ex pensive or not." "Walt until you reach the customs lnsxctors " Pittsburg Post Candy Candies The Pure Kind HOME MADE AND BOXED BON ITA-AMERICAN and ZIEGLER BOXED CANDIES AND BAR'S IN ALL KNOWN FLAVORS Laurium Gaudy Kitchen APOSTLH CL PROTOGERE PROP. PHONE 307 J. THE CALUMET NEWS JtjHAUi.THAT I A4WPULLV) Jo EbmE , rTX i , felCS. of, you to M w I YEi, ycu rtw""iw cT V ' rHAT ICU-.WCHlfSCI .sN()l OltWm P, CI4E OH MYTWfNf; TMS cfhttUTAIadJ jfSsSSSSsY to,. 7.6. PWRSlD..' 1HAMk XOU THE r TMOSG. MRS'rMAJ UyT XA. MtSfc-KyfcJ 4Xsg9lil !"'S 43 M . VAN (XOJ . I Soec'RST'OW I ter-i vav . i vvant ioMeTHtNC' Rial Nice I fB ' .v: r vow to I 1 MVM, rHcvein.J my l fa KrWK ;nd i want tojuC- W u m at and1 1 I SQWE-THINC; NICE' ' THAT VOC Ur.r S 1 , r J ( V J It looks as if ftlother and Grace had put their foot in it.- SPORTING DEPARTMENT NO ATTEMPT TO LOWER SALARIES MAJOR LEAGUES WILL NOT FOL LOW ACTION OF MINORS SOME HOLD-OUTS AND HIGH PAID MEN. Mew York. De-c. 7. Although most of the minor league has ball clubs will reduce tho salaries, of players next sea son, there Is no danger that the major itaums will follow suit. This authori tative announcement la made here to day. The big league inaansl.es will continue salaries on present llBOO t'ait is, s ahtl all the way from $!VJt) to flO.oao for the season's work. As a matter of fact, the major bMRUc clubs at present are paviui; higlu r sal aries than aver before in the hie tor) of the game, but they are reaping !ara er gate receipts, nnd any move to re duce salaries would mean rebellion among players and funs. In 1V plan i.t cat rata: :. s in tiie bia; clubs to a maximum of 12.400 brought about the Brothrrlio' I revolt tb't wrecked organised baseball and remitted In tremendous losses. No ,ii tempt to seduce Nihil us In the big leagues has materialized sitae that time. The larger number Of dlsp it. j Over salan matters in baseball never be- comes public. Those that are publish- : ed come from th players; tl irnert do not care to tell about them tOvery club In the country haa Its arguments over the salary quoBttcaJ Just as every business home has and th are al ways settled. Venn cri tg, the dbenomcnsi left handed pitcher from the Coast ; drover Cleveland Alexander, from the thriving It, whom the Philadelphia Nationals secured for 600 and w ho pros t il the Idgcgst pitching sensation of tlv enr; big Bd, Sweeney, the MM nnd muscular baoketOCJ of the Now York Hifffuundr trs; they are among the hold-outa al tcady announced. There will be oth ers, for the sei.-on Is Just starting. National league moguls look upon Cregg's demands as a Joke. This la not his nrst dispute with the Cleveland nib oxer salary, lie had a few befort this. What ho wants for pitching for 'leveland In lOU Is 16000. Beveral club owners in the Nation l leagiu when they heard uf On-;', demands lOUKhetl. In the National ague there .ire but Ive piaers outside the manage ri who are getting SOO0 Of more a TbOy are: Christy Mat hew on of the New York lilants, WhoM salary is sold to th $8000 a year nnd who geto the top fig ure paid a National league playt r. lb will set the some amount next Mans Wagner of the Pittsburgh Pi rates Rots pn oably $1000 less than MathewHon. lie again led the National loawne in hlttln t 111- year and will protwHy s!rh for the rami ll ;. nest season. Mordeenl Brown, the veteran mem ber of the Ouh p '' hlng BtafT, Is paid about 0oo a year. His work last r. a son will allow Ii f in to demand nn f inal salary figure In 1912. Sherwood Mao of the I'hlllies, om i f the best hitlers In the game, pu i- i'owu $.",li00 a a li. Hi will ilcmano and undoubted..', rntiu the sane sal ary next year. Tommy F.'a h of the pirates got J.'aioo last .ar but all he hit in pij games v .- ' ' 's p ' i " he cut by Harney Drey fiMs, Ohl) foui t the in the National league are pa ing as much as $.'000 to any one ball player. Take the Cl lln- natl Reds for Instance the highest solarUsl man on the team Is I yarry Mc l.tnn. the Cl int biwksteji. It-sldes b, -Ins; one of the best catchers In that league bfdjsea is a great sluagcr. lini nil he gets is $4."i00. "Red" Dooln. who Is anxious to se cure Ms release as manager of the Philadelphia National In order to be come a magnate at Haaton. suggest. the nsme of otto Knnbe as a possibl. successor. It is doubtful If Fogel will consent howevvr, PRESENT RULES PLEASE WHITNEY CASPAR WHITNEY CLAIMS COACHES HAVE FAILED TO MAKE M08T OF THEM AND ARE TO BLAME. We are about to engage in the an nual pastime, llnding fault with the football rules, says Caspar Whitney, the well MMWa football authority. So thi disgruntled shout "Mole attacking i On er." To disturb fundamentally the game WOnM he a mistake from an) view point save that i . coach, s unable to take advantage of opportunities of fl red. lr. Harry Williams, of Minmsot i. ii.st year prodtucd, rrom undent his torly. a. rejuvenated forinutloti the shift." Tills year no loam la M lowly OS not to have a variation of hM s in pie, over-raletl line-up. Two seasons have passed and this is about the on ly new thing in formations. Of ptia hull development of the forward pass and onslde kick, us little may be a;iid. Hearing this in mind, it is easj to understand why many elevens are stronger on deft use than it;, attack. The loose ball bogey has been a oath's nightmare. Complaint In made that Mm rubs produce scoreless game;. Against Princeton. Yale had clxht bailees to tcore by held goals and realized one. Harvard had three chances against. Yale and Yale had tvve, but both fall id to count. Princeton had one chaaea in .st Yah and two againsl Harvard and leali.et! against both. Is the failure of Yah' and Harvard to be charged against the rules or to miserable execution.' The rules give Opportunity to store lut I do hot un derstand theynif to hand up li.bl goalfl on a platter. No team I saw this fall failed to score through fault of the rules. Tin- forward pans had advanced Ut ile. Many coaches profess to think little of it, but in secret acknowledge its potentialities and are not up to U. Used without gnat skill it has tho danger of a looseball. hut no play of fers mole strati vie allle. This year showed the penalty r play. Harvard and Yale failed ior no owier reason. r or tiie same reason Army failed and Navy made good. The year MM a heavy hand oaj unclean handling of the ball and b!un- derinaj effort to turn opportunity into points. Princeton, Dartmouth, Navy, enr- llsle. Trinity and Chicago deserve mention, though none showed the quality the rules encourage. The Miles brought what football needed, By Increasing tin dilliculty of making in yards, thev balance at tack nnd defense. They prevent mas sing on an individual and force upon (day. They put a premium on brains and make for a higher grade of play. If there is trouble i is with couches, who won't forget the old game, er lack Ingenuity to get away from It. Let there be no tinkering with tho rules to cover coaching deficiencies, rather Insist that loachc- come up to date. NO MORE LONG FIGHTS. Wolgast Recovering Rapidly end Wil1 Return to Csdillac. Cadillac. Mlth.. Dec. 7. Johnnv Sheridan, the man that discovered Ad Wolgast, the lightweight 1 hump, re ceived a telegram from Tom Jones. W.l.ast's manager, savin. that as soon as Ail. wm able to travel, he was coming home to Cadillac. In voicing; his opinion on the recent operation on the Michigan Wildcat. Sheridan said that he considered thiit olgast's day s of long lights wns over that he would never again last anything; over twenty rounds. The scrsp with "Bottling" Nelson when Wolgnst won the lightweight 1 POWn, In Sheridan's consMlerntlt a. the longest bout that the Cadillac boy will ewr have participated in. By Fred . i . ; !I"I"IIv!,'!"!!,!!";"t-I-,!',JI,,JM GOPHER COACH NAMES ALL-AMERICAN ELEVEN. Minneapolis. Dec. 7. Tor the .first time siru he h is DOM be. h at the Uafverelty of Minnesota, Dr. H. L. illia,. has picked an All-Ann : n in fooiimii taeaa The team boson by Dr. Wil liams Is as follows: Right end. Waste, Michigan: ri:;ht tWOfclC Frank, Minnesota; right gn.anl. Robinson, Minnesota: (inter. Bit ft, West Point; left guard Waheman, AjnoepeAla; Mil tackle, Hart. ITIncrton; left end. White, Princeton; Quarter back. Howe, Yale; left hain.n k. Roseriw aid. Minnesota; right halfback, Wendell. Hniaid fullback. Phllhln, Yale. LEHTO TO SEE PILAKOFF. Well Known Copper Country Wrestler Interested in Coming Match. Yesterday Manager Makl, who looks after the Interests or Pilakoff. received I iett -r stating that Karl babto would be at the ringside when Bbyaaho and Pilakoff meet next Tuesday evening says the Duliitb Herahl. l"or a whi.. f.-hto was a student at Valparaiso u ilvt i.-lty. which Is situated not far from Chicago, The young man took Op n course in language, h,. attended Oi I leg until two vv.eks ago, when he lift and wont Into Chicago gymna sium to put the finishing touches on his training. Ivohto has never seen Pilakoff, much less seen him wrestle. It probable that the man claiming the Finnish championship wants to get a tuck at the man who has been hurling chal lenges at Karl for the past month. Ri ; oris say that LabtO has grown h avier. Only a youth in years, there Is reason to believe that he would gain In w dght, Possessing a sturdy and romped frame, built on the order of Pied BeeVf only larger, bah to shoaM he able to carry 200 pound.' of sinew and muscle with his breadth of I heat and hack. fflth Lehfo in Duluth It may be thai he will coma nt to meOl Pilakoff In a match that will decide the chain -I rbanhtp of the Finnish race, lehto defMted both of the men at Helsing fors In the eatch-as-catch-can style and with that prestige he believes that ha has 1 right to the title m has elaimet' for the pas', two years. MURPHY TO BACK LYNCH. Withdrawal of Opposition by Cub Magneto Makes Election Sure. Chi ago. III., Dec. 7. Charles W. Murphy, owner of the Cubs, will stand lor the re-election of Tom Lynch as p real dent Of the National league nt the annual meeting In New York next week. The west side magnate showed his hand in Hie supposedly hot politi cal fight last night in reply to a renort from the east which tended to show that Murphy was harboring n scheme to oust the present league chief and Install Joe O'Prlen of Milwaukee, for merly president of the American asso ciation. It fun bren supposed antl unite gen erally believed, that Murphy had unit ed forces with Fbbets of Brooklyn antl Fogel of Philadelphia. This trio has been known as radically nntl-l.vmh partisans, hut apparently the inside fin is have leaked out through the wronp source. At least Murphy's statement made at night would Indicate this for the fact that he admits having swung to Lynch support makes it almost a certainty that the latter will be nam ed again anil that all will M serene at the National league session. SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. "If a set of regulations cuild be framed that would prrtoct boy ng nrd save the geme I should fnvor Its ac ceptance as nn Intercollegiate sport." says Dr. Anderson, the director of the Tale gvmnaslum. He ?tnrted some thing when he began Hint "If" Hnuse. Oak Park High school of Chicago has the national championship football team Thev deflated St. Johns Oi I'm vers. Mays., 180. CamnltK, the Pnrlte pitcher, his; been chosen as n cotirrc-Hmnn nt Hunts- v U! . .Ia k Wnlker. rover of the Port Ar thur hockey team who visited the cop- 1 . PAGE SEVEN Leipziger per country last MOmMO and 1 1 1 Won J1nian admirers here hits be i n offered an utj. wa cein tract. Six nl 1 -i a stt rn ft iol h,'ill teams ha e been picked So far, end for the siv all experts have nam d bit. and Mart of Princeton and Jack i.iit-.n of the Mary, PTve ef the writers agreed on Homers of Yale and Wendell of Harvard. INDEPENDENTS OiJ TOP. Defest Commercial Tesm on th Y. M. C. A. Bowling Alleys. Tt fader ndantn of me y. m. c. a. Cosnmeretal league retained first plaiee in the league rate last evening by tak tng the first two games of their match with tin Ci inmcrelal team on the Y. M C. A. alleys. Welsing of the Com meri ials had the high Individual av erage?, 175 for the thrive games. Fol lowing are the Individual scons: Independents Dunstan 162 H?6 Hfi L Baton 130 iso 1 r t Nowak 1S IT.:. 13s K. Chrlsteson ltd 177 174 Sin. ., k 154 165 158 Totals 158 843 780 1 ' nmerclals Bast 1S3 168 167 i Kemp 8 147 nr, Hall 153 206 1S Roberts 137 166 12 W-' ing 1!I4 146 187 Tola's 756 833 830 START BOWLING TOURNEY. Amngenn nte are being made by A. Sihmidiin. proprietor of the Copper f'lty bowling alleys for a handicap I MW name ll I to continue from 1 . 16 to Den -' Ti-,- evt'it v. Ill be open for all bowlers who contribute the en trance fee of "5 tents, anil enter their nnmes with the handicap committee, consisting r .1 It. Hennetts, Copper City, Carl Ttlcklc, Copper City or J. C. Hennetts of Ahmeek. As soon as nil Of the names have been entered, th handicap committee will meet ami con si lar the prof1 or headtcenn m be given after which the tournament will 1 b gin. The entire rci elpts of rrtember I shli' ' s will be donated In prizes. I RING AND MILLER DRAW. St. Panij Minn., Dec. 7. The wverd ling mntch between Young Miller of St. Paul and Ib my b bring of Cleve land for the middleweight champion ship was dee la red draw by Ucfereo I aM U'.,,.n M. lo :.r Im Die lira fnli In seven mtnUtee on n hnlf-nelson and crotch bold. The men wrestled two hours ami thirty minutes for the -end fall without either beMg able to pin Mm other's shoulders lo I1 t mat. WELSING IN THE LEAD. Basely Ithsgmg ed Mm commercial bowling league tt am of the Y. M. C A Commercial league Is leading the league al the present time with an av erage ol 174 pins f"r fifteen games. Hans Bagen of the laurium team Is second, with 173 for twentv -one game? and F. 8. Eaton, third with 171 for twenty-one games. System in the Safe If j'otf have used an old-time safe for MVevni jears, take a look in. Some compartments are over-stuffed, others unused because they don't fit books or files you would likely put in them. SloW Cabinet Safe hx no srbirniTi ' '.'.. eli-'t.r 1' the Hfrhitirt of I ot parft rasrh of every bt nrment. Adjufiiiiblo iid units permit you U be 1 own safe Interior. Built filing' nyatam Within the ma man. We are selUng acU far this city. MINING GAZETTE COMPANY BBSBBSSV jlHsill mksfc gH 1MB trMW BH