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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS FAOS THREE . Hancock Department of rogi- THANK GRAHAM POPE. Grand Army Veterana Expr... Appre ciation of Gift of Monumtnt. K. 7. HtllfH I '"Hi, ii. A .. - ... .,,.,. big i il Saturday adopted , , solutions expressing their endorsement afl feg greehttiag ..f the girt ,r rjraaaai p'.., oi t li- monument (Inf 4 by Mm as n memorial r tin. soi, ii,, .,,, HUJ,H of llmiRhfn county i (he (.,v Wr '1 11 resolution ,ir. aM tollowa: "Whereas Comrade Graham Pope has Banged to . erected a agfcMedM moiuim.-nt in Houghton in oomm.-nior-Bttoa Of nil soldiers who .-nllstc.1 from Houghton oouaty in Um int.' civ il ww aon eepet tally to m.. mi!, ra c oinpimy I, ot the Twenty-third m. nt of the Iflehlaan inf ..w therefore ),. It resolved thai Um thanks r thin pout be sgteudae: to Comrade Pop- fur his munificent ami sndnrlng asanembranee of the I'nic.n Hoys t t,, 'fg, "Keseelvcel. that this resolution ). spread upon tfet records an,i an n ravaged ropy he sent to Comrada pope.- i 'Ml, i s for tho ensuing year vve-ro chosen, the following being peteeted: Commander W. II. Mas .n. Senior vice command, r John Ralph Junior viir comman See II. It. Ro gers. Sergeant Christ Promor. Chaplain J. W. Wyeknff. Adjutnnt Charles Hmlth. Qunrtormnater Arno Jaehnlg. Sergeant major A. J. Scott. Quartermaster aargaaal W. a. Child Ropteaeniatlvc tn stnt W. ii. If ana. . Iternate A J. .;..;...a.j..j...;..j...................,.,.,.., HOME MADE CANDIES CHRISTMAS. FOR TAXES ARE NOW DUE. Tin- supervisors of t. f,)Ur wards in,. . ii.. i. ; , Marnocn haw prepared " iax row ami turned Omm In t I ) anlak a -vv irtttHur,r. Property holders "',,l,v "' la.v tla i: ,., ,,,, io au at th, office or tho treasarer. In ""aitloii to the- a. hool uml one mill .....,.., s,a,,. aM , ,,,,, y r,)Hd laxea, there are also to ! collected th. ' unqueni general elti tax. paaaaaaala. -ni.-waiKs, hc vvcr ami c ity taxes. MHUMHHI I HIM I HANCOCK BREVITIES Ai""ftltlllitll for encampment s, -. . t . SALE BY JEWISH LADIES. A sale of fancy work and haked goods area ataatad today in the Fintey g CoUghHn store by the Jewish htdtea auxiliary, ami will continue for the balance of the week, a large quantity nf arttataa mttable tor Chrlatnasa lifta hev i M prepared and the bnk- (1 sal" will afforcl an opportunity to purchase tonie of the most toothsome of rakaa ami pastries. The Dutch lunch and sale by the Queen Bather CtroJa ami the Ladle;' Aid of the Methodist BptSOOpal ehntvli, takes place this evening in the church parlors. TW0 WEEKS' VACATION. HI. hard HosklnK left on Monday ' lilougo on a brief business trip. Dr. I Htorn has he n , ailed to Uiw ton, Mich., by aiinoiimenirnt of the arlOUS illness of his fathe r. 1 la St. Patrick s Kntertalnmcnt club Ii arraSJgtegj for a .aid party to be men in tne parish hall Dec. 28. Word was ree.lv., i yesterday by Phil Levy of the ToRKcry, of the death of his father at Los Aacatss, QaL Tho Tsajajary store was closed yesterday. Recent Kaaeoah births sra thnae of flaasjhtara to Oscar (arisen ami wife of v J? ttm street. John Ifattaoa and wife or pine street ami Char lea Krlai and wife of liberty street. Mrs .1. Halclnne Kdwards -t Wood side lias returned home from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Thomas, at Loth bridge, Alberta provlme, to whom daughter aas born on November s. I He usual hh;h degree of success nt tended the BnaJ dan. imc party to Riven this year by the Rancooh Bk Thara was a bWga and animated crow- in aiirmiance ami the occasion wax one of the in.. st pleasant that could 1 desired. Supreme Director Albert Haas and State Deputy ;. V. Mor.au of the Modern Brotherhood "f America will be present at a meeting of Superior lodge oi Hancock on Saturday evonina next for the purpose of explaining; th new rates which tne at. It. A. propose adopting. Some of the Favorite Confec- '.' tiona Which Add Greatly to y the Festivities When There 'I' Are Several Children to Par- v ticipate. hint ami last a gayer of green nu fondant. When cold . nt :t.to b.u . KANAA BURIAL GROUNDS. he Th- Hancock board e.f education met last evening in its regular monthly session nnd transacted routine busi ness. The prim ipal matter discussed wns that relative to tho time to bo al lowed for vacation during the Christ mas holidays ami it was decided to grant two weeks, beginning Dec. nnndudlng on Monday. January ! Supt. LavRowe wns authorised to sui serlbe for additional magaslnea for the school library. SALE IS BIG SUCCESS. Th" sale Which i be ing conducted at be st, Joseph's hospital) the proceeds of which are for the benefit fif the hos p'tal. probably will come to n olos. this Week. It is expected that a ROOdly sum will ho raised by those meana, as the sale has already proved a big success and there are still n number Of seasonable articles to be disposed of. Til" sisters of th- hospi tal are very thankful for the- assist ance which has been gtVSSj them by PUbllO. Spirited ladles nnd e itie ns ! the Portage Lake towns. TORCH LAKE PICTURE OF JOHN uUi.'CAN MEMBER OF LOCAL LODGE. The Bag of tho Hancock Flkn Te-m-p)S was displayed at half staff today in honor of William Carr of. Duluth. who died yesterday and who was a member of tho Hancock lodge of F.Iks. Kr, Can' was formerly engaged in the hrofceragc business hero, before tearing ofr Dnluth, nnd had many frb nils In Rancoch and Houghton. PROHIBITION RALLY. A Prohibition rally will be held In the North Star Tempernnco hall on Reaervatloa str.-et neal Saturday evening, W illi h Will be aeblre .-s,,l by a number of w. II known speakers. Rev. a BL Realey of tSwaMo win be among the- apaabaisi anei then1 win ba ,1 Klnnisli sponkers. Lake LineJen F. A, M. Lodge Secures Fine Llkaasss At the regular meeting of John Dun i an Lodge, P. A. It, of Lake Lin den Tiic-aiay evening, a Um- enlarge pic tare Of John Duncan, former super intend, nt of the C. - II. niliio, efts w in in the lodge nas named was bung over the llrst time. Wh. ii John Duncan lodge was In stitute ei in I'Vbi unry, 1SS4. it was u.v ess ii lo secure a special di.spc:iMttiori before the lodge eouM be named aXtea him. as it is against the rules of M:i- BOnry to name a ledge afte r an liv ing individual. The nearly elected ofeVsera for tin ensuing tc nu are: Worshipful Maste r HsghSSJ Jame s Senior Warden John Nicholls. Junior Warden Usatry Parsons. Treasurer Henry Fisher. See re tary Jeehn P. Haw.leii. Senior I M ai em - August I'. Hage n. Junior Ieaeon J. Arthur Nehannn. Btewarda -Jamea Keast uml Alfred Nicholls. I'ianist Arthur Tr. loar. Tyler Joseph Hosklns. Hubbell Eagles Elect. The Hubbell Aerie of Ms gits sleet e.l nllloers at the regular meeting this week as follows: Worthy Past President-- K. Puis sant. Worthy pi . side nt -Joseph Qagnler. Worthy Vice president - Mark Redi-erts. Chaplain -Del ore Sci re tary Frank Treasurer Isaac Conductor J. D. inside Guardian - tots Ida Gaardias Trustees Lucas r.e sue bant p Haulier, Jr. P, Pillion. Sullivan. Walter St. Peter. s. Rasalllard, 'aller. Ifyer Top- Ion and Henry Meyers. MOST CERTAIN WAY TO END A BAD COLD. of It Is :i noiitiv.. fact that a dose Pape'a Cold Compound taken every iwo hours until three consecutive dose ire taken will cure C.rippo or break up the most se ve re cold. Sffhst In the Lend, cheat, back, stomach or limbs. Ton distinc tly tnl that cold break ing and all the disagreeable grippe rymplonaa hnvlng after tho very first dose, It promptly sndS the most mis erable l.eadaehe, dullne s, In ad nnd noe stuffed up. fe-vcrlshncss. sneezing. 'ir- threat runiiina; of the nose, mu c. us catarrhal dlsrhnrges. soreness. ntPTm-ss nnd rhSSUnaslo twlnr-s. Papa's 'old Cointiound is the result of three year's research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollnrs lAd contains no nululne, whic h we bar ' om hislvoly demonstrated is not ef fective In the treatment of colds or grtasge, Tnke this harmle-s Compound ns llreetevl, with tho knowhMle that th rr Is no other modblne made anywher. ''Is.' In the weirld. whic h will cure y.an old of nd fJsipPS misery as Pfasjaptl ""d without any other assistance or bad afte r-effects ns a M-CeUt package of Pape's C.dd Conipouml, whhh any druggist In the world can supply OUR BOYS' CLUB PARTY. The annual skating- party of the members oi the (ur ltos' Mub of Hubbell will be held one Week fTUM tomorrow al the Amphidromi- e.f Houghton, It is probable that a spe cial train over the c "upper RaSSJNI will ha arranged for the oe.asion. Fondant is a rochI foundation and w ill yi. , iiimiu ilelb loiiH c andles. The fondant Is made with two pounds Kraniiiaicd sugar, one pin! of water uiel one-ha if teaspoon cream of tartar. I is not wise, to make largo i.uantitlcs Si Once. Place, this mixture In Uettl.. Vgff a medium fire and boll until it forms a hull in water. Wipe all ' rystala from the edge of the pan with i .lamp cloth. It must he- taken from the tire at enactly aba proper time- Is I'c successful. Add tile desiled tlave.r- Ing Just before removing. Pour onto large platter as saafl as It can be Orhadj UBS a wooden spalulu until I: becomes firm and white, then place it in a damp doth and knead with the hands until it Is soft ami . reamy. The fondant may he made in a variety of Peters and llav..rs. and choppe d nuts tad fruits may be added to same, and thus you have a variety of candles mad i rom ihe same I . , n i , i , i i . .,, 'eppermints are made by eohlring s"" I the- fondant pink and some given sad flavor with peppermint essence. Shane in ib.t .1., ..u ind ut with a small cutter. Marbled .and. Is made by working g annuities of each color togethcT until Ihag ate blended pSettlhr, Form in 1 UhstS am! . nto small s.piarcs. Chooolal , i earns are made by dipping tne wiute tondant into mail cnoou ,uc. BKUlfed dates are delicl Remove the date tones ami fold an Fngllsh walnut meat in its place-. Dip the whetl in melted fondant ami roll in powdered sugar. Cut fruit eake. into smnii squares and dip them Into nnlt, -d fondant or melted chocolate. IMamhed nut BSaatS may be treated in the same mann. r. I'ruit bars gfs made by adding DBSH died fruits t.. a ouantltv of m,ii,,i Bolivia's Fearsome Valley of the Shad ow of Death. Thoro is n valley In BoJtvftt, South Aniericn. whhh might well U called the Valley of the Shadow of Death. It ..hits been Inhabited . ; imiebnii,. period of years ty tba Kanag 'ltdtenr. who nre kindred to the various Pouth American tribes und DUmbat now only a few liiimlrod souls. Thgl they were ggtCS a very powerful tribe is Imllcnted by tin- condition of the land which they ns a tribe still in habit. One cannot travel any distance through their land without coining upon tho old and forsaken barlal grounds of (he Banna dead. Thess places e a nmit be culle d g a veyards, for the bodies are not burled, but rather plaee-d upon elevated .itfornis. wrap IM?d in the garment, ..f d.-ailj and bound to the crossbeams that, they may not. be disphn -d In one of theso (serial grounds there will be probably fifty high skeleton platforms, ami on each will lie- froSJ throe to five of the Kauaa dead. The air In that part of Bolivia is very pure and preserv alive, for it is one of the highest plateaus of tin- continent, al tlaiugli Kanna valley Is Just a little below the. plateau's height A traveler passing through that In ml at night and ' by moonlight would be i we stricken at the gloomy vision those graveyards present. ,i us. chocolate- , rondaat. Pour into a mould ami wh.-n oobj cutlatobars, Theee can dies must all be meek. ..I in C,t-. .....I t in a BOOjl ptoeei to ba kept any ngth of time. I Maple Sea Poam Place in ' up light brown sugar and maple- sugar cup water. spin n cream ..I tartar. Itoil FUNERAL THIS MORNING. Tho funeral of the late QlUffgt Smith, whose death 00S Ml led at the Sanaa Sf his son lYStnh Smith of tluli bell, was held this morning with serv bis at the- St. Ceoflia church at '. oc liK-k. The- inenilH-rs of the St. Jos- e-ph's society attended in a body. TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. The Houghton and Like Linden SOWtera will mee-t in a Copper Countt.v league match on the Kettcnbe il alleys Friday e vening. Walter Sutton of Lake Linden has lust received two . oe-ker fepanlanSi blue ilbboii winners, one of the dogs was purchased in Massachusetts and the other in Illinois. a pan 1 i pound M tea until it frms a linn hall when dr, pp, , into water. Heat the wblt,.u ,.r e stiff ami beat the syrup into them. Iteiiet th.. whole until It ttti I, . then drop in spoonfuls- into a gl'. aseel paper. Add choc,,,., I toils if loelrod. A dainty novelty Is made by soak- Injr a quantity of figs- in sh.-rry or brandy for half a day, Than pull them apart sad Place a nut meat and nmrshmallow inside- and pull around le make a round ball. Roll them in powdered sugar . I'lic Arabian fondant Is kn.-aue-d on oil' Ii I t.l uiih el,.. I I i . like bread, and Is set away to ripen lor L'4 hours at least. The longer it ripens tin- mere de-li. ious U grows mi oriental oaadj is aaade with j euns so la tins boiled live minut es In a lit tl.. water, and sna cap of ripe ned fondant. Nuts, cherrie s, tigs currants, dates and Itroiis are choppetl very tine and added to the mixture. When If Is c..M t is CM inn. SSjaars and rolled In sugar. Quince bars are made from 1 .mart ieh. clear, jelly and one table-spoon gran uaf ted gelatine The sUtar is boile-d ill a little witer tee tit., min utes before putting in With the jelly. Boll Die Whole togelhe r until it lu .,,.11.. tiff and add two ,-ups of chopped nut nea Is. Pour into a sepiaie oiled dish and when ce.ol , m info bits nod d..vi With sugar. Honey Drops Place two cups sugar Ud one cup Bream In a pan and I. i it boil for two minutes Add mm. I uirth cup honey and boll until a ball I in l"i in in cold wate r. Heat this nte a stilTly beaten white .f egg until it becomes c r.aniV. Add some ch.,1,.1. ,1 indhnj oherriea ami drop onto oiled paper. pineapple Puff Ball two on pa sugar. cup water and M CUP hone.v until it reaches the- ordinary test then icd.l ne dojten chopped marshtillows. Af ter the marshinallows have nu Ited. beat into the- xtltT while .,f tec, ind add one .nil iholileil ear..tl..l pineapple. When linn and creamy pour into an oiled nan. and cut into sepiates. Roll In powdered sugar. 'berry Marshinallows Soak four ounce s of gum arable- in one e-upful e-f Hie juice frees seaanaehlno cherries. When dissolved, strain throug-b I sec-loth and put w Ith on. ball pound of powdered sugar. Poll in a double e e.oker until the- mixture- is i hic k. The usual test may be trie el Remove from the- fire ami dip It into the beaten whites of thre e- e ggs. A.I.I one-half cupt of choppe-d c Ii. m i Dual i pin with eorfiataret sad paw flared auajujr, pn.-s a whets' cherry in to each geiiare. Chocolate marshinal lows are- made by using water hjSJtosil Of clierrv gftea and dipping the sejuar. -into melted chocolate. Persian fondant bars are made b pla. Iiik lae rs of rlpe-ne-d melted fon c!ont In a buttered pan. peur a layei of cheKolate- Int. the pan and whei i old pour on a layer of pink fruit ton Won by His Wit. On one occasion a dross rehearsal ut His Majesty's theater was prolonged till the small hours of tilc. morning. The company grew v. iy weary, par ticularly a gentleman who had boon "lth Sir Herbert Tree in a good many productions, but who bad never at tained to more than n ve ry tiny part AVlien the time etinie to rehearse his few linos he- was so tiled that his voice was anj thing but. dlst "What's the matter ed Sir Herbert in his tones. "Are you savin the rehearsal V" "No, Sir Herbert." was (he retort; "I've never boon able t save anything under your management ." sir Herbert, an exceedingly witty man himself, was so ping sad with the' retort that tho salary of the small part man was raised. London M. A. P. net. Mr. z.v" iaa) most sarcastic ; your voie-o for Light 1 m t w cant spoil in Brown Bottles It is not enough to mate ptrc beer it must he kept pure until it is poured into your glass Beer is a saccharine nrorhirt Thf m - -w mm mm-m je j e v of impurity injures its Light starts decay even slightest taint healthful in pure beer. say, gives protection Dark glass, the scientists against I Schlitz beer from we usf tti ibove everything else light dkdnguishei les. thui Opposed to Mourning Clothes. "A southern physician of recognized skill ami eminence BggM that all out ward symbols of BSBSjrnlsg hOtlM be abandoned," says Mnnsey's, "For main years he has expressed his views ,. lias won ove r a large number of peo ple who see no reason whv the heart should sdrerthai its sorrow by the eonsplctious insignia of gloom. There are or have been peoples Wiser in their generation. The Romans of the days of tho re public wmv blue as a sign of mourning. It is the proper thing In Asia Minor now. The Turk mourns In violet and the Persian in pale brown. Ohffj n French naeen set th irese-iit fashion In Ihe lalte-r half of the fifteenth century while was the color of grief in Europe, as it Is Uow in Chin i." to protecting unty i common beer, i . le costliest m:lteri:i s nrr ewrs Qc-Kllf , lU. .t. "V.- '"-oiu, nu iiit)!iuis prevent biliousnesi it will not ferment in your stomach. SchlitZ is sent to you in Hrown Bottl Sfhiit ruirav fi-vt i w. v.mj uoiii iiil Dicwuy LO your gleUSe Without all these precautions no beer can be healthful, and wlio knowingly would drink beer that was not? It you knew what wc know about beer, you would say, "Schlitz Sch lit in Brown Bottles." 4 See thai crown or cork is br.mdcJ " Sctttz." Feate of Archery. In the days when tho buffalo wns found in vast herds on the western plains there were Indians who, whilo riding at a gallop, could send an arrow through a buffalo's body. Remarkable as this archery was. yet It did not equal that reached by the archers of ancient times. It is of record that the MacKaes of GnlrlocU, Scotland, were such skillful archers that they could hit a man at the dUlance of tOi yards in 1TM the Turkish agahassador at London shot an arrow, in a field near that cnpltnl, tlO yards against the wind and 4S2 yards with the wind i no secretnry oi tne ninnassaeior. on Hearing the explosions or sui.n-o from tho English gentlemen present said the sultan had shot BOO yards Ibis was the greatest performance of modern days, but a pillar, standing on a plain near Constantinople, record ed shots ranging up to 800 yards. Sir Itobert Alnslle, British ambassador to ' th sublime port, records that in IT'.iS ho was present v hen the sultan s!:ot an arrow 1)7" yards New York Press aHsaaatPW 0fk MjlEB Lbw JLyKt rmlB ". Calumet tM ll.mcock riioncs.;"-1,'1 i Uoi h J i, Schlitx Brewingj Co. 810 Pine St., Calumet he Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous A Generous Actor. I remember wh.-n Toole wns playing an exceptionally line engagement with us that he said laughingly: "Oh. by the way. Calvert, if my wife comea down next we-ck don't say anything about the Hg receipts, You see, I've n lot of nephews and nieces, and they all expect tips from Uncle Johnnie Last year they had over 400 from mo, and my wife thinks I rather overdo it." "Sixty-eight Years on the Stage, by Mra. Charles Calvert. Quite Different. "I suppose Iih wife is the most arc- less housekeeper In town." "Poor fellow I" "And s!ie has half a million In hef iwn right." "Ah. that's different." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Gossip. why gossip I wonder why gossip travels as fast." " Porause the tongues which carry it are always on the rail." Baltimore A morion n. Nicely Put. Prahms dined one day with one ot his fanatic admirers, and tho latter, knowing tho master's predilection for fine wine, had a bottlo of renowned quality brought to the table toward the end of tho repast. "This." he ex claimed, "la the Prahms among my wines!" The guest sipped of It, asy Ing: 'Kxce-llent, vvomlerfiil! Now bring on your Heethovon!" Then is Only One "Bromo Quinine" Thet le Laxative Brume Quinine USED THE WORLD OVKK TO GL '. 4 OOLD I QUE DAY. ID SjOt Ahraj gaa tiun remember tho full n tme. Mgnuturo on every beg. IWO TAX PLANS ARE SUBMITTED Continued from PsgS One. to pl ace all properties of the state tip on a cash valuation. Enforcing the Statutes. in order that the responsibility for a strict enforcement of the taxing stat-ute-s might be- tie-.l Itnog the state ad- mlnlatratkMa, it la reeoaajarsrAhnl that governor should si .-. aaa an e-x-of-Bdo neitibss of i ii.- hut aoasaaaiakas. The commissioners set forth all their arguments both for and anuirist s.-p- araUoa m state ud local taxes. Thsg make an interesting iint in favi r . ! the first plan. It is shown that several different classes of property will from time to time be- thrown Into the gM and fund er tin- state it Is set rortl that Iorhi contests maj ba aanaete4 as v;us tin .-..so in the railroad and tele phone- ngaag, injunction suits take time. They point ant that were the ntire revenues of the i-t;ite to be se--ureel from the corporate execs or my ether Stngla class Df prope rty at uio time it might result In the entin ie venues oi th Mate being lied up in- e'efinite-ly through litigation. There - ore It la pbtnted out that by throw -iK ill at different times one of the tlfTe-re-nt ckesSga l (uopirlv tliat slate1 rottM always be aasured f revenae esn 1 n which to do business while possi- 4S law Suits Were lit gig tried. General Tax Inefficient. Several other reeontaiendntlona not ontlngeat upon -ith.r of the piana ibove mentioned are made as being or the general welfare of the state Tba general property tax la po nti.i iiit lis ineffic ient an. it is shown many ther states ate eostdng relief from this method of taxation. Th.- commission recomnionda as a ubtitiit. f..r tho p;.s. nt law th. tnxV tion of sc . aired elel-ts and the rate of ae-balti i r ofie per cent In lieu of all the-r i ii and local assessments. Proa Id fe-r the taxing ol iilamHaiU nd water powers n the average- rate hv the at.-te teoird of ass. sors. An Increase In the Inheritance tax. ili tax upon Ihe e-otporite .-xcess. Corporations Do Not Bear Share. Il will be noticed tba tn eveiv roe- : 1 1 1 e i re . . . e it, n I h i ,1 poi etc , xe.-sa is rtill due for tax. tion. The r.-p :. de dares that the commission after lis tening to all the arguments ag.lnst the corporate eve-ess tliula none were valid, but Merely eanHtrnted daa r ii. i of the eommlssTon In tlu-ir origln-ii atateaaanl that corporate sragertg is imt bearing Hg fair share ..f the tax bur.le-n of Michigan. T)M re port adda further that after reviewing more than Mgiet transfers of prone rt lee it ftnda Ita ortgtaal ftr urea p tba rates of nu pntd hg the differeiit , I i sse.s ,,f prop, rt t.. be sub- stantiaiiv correet, The report was Ida. eel In the- hands .f tin. ( onsi ttl nny and upm bis .. r 'jirt more than ii . Up and the calling of a spec i. waaalen af the le gislature. In Modern Pobti .. "I dm t ace anything 'hat man hsa ever done that warraois his official importance," -vatd the oan,who flnda fault. "Xo," ael4 Set'i'or Sorghum. 'Some of us get on not" by what we Ii iv e done, but l y vchat we art) willing to pco'iiie not o do." (palestra OPEN TONIGHT Skating and Dancing Music by LAURIUM BAND THE ICE IS FINE Xnias Tree Lighting Outfits Most some tlmi ltle th Sit N nfte having been in use for and are e.irolessh c ;.si n.U.. V,,t ivitn tk, ruaiar. MAS TRLt DECORATIVE OUT FIT8. Their IIBlsna ,-barms In 11- htmtaatlag the tree with the radlmce prodm ,-, bv Kleetrb- i nrrent on- i acni to tneir popularity, and tirlm: n w beer t tbe tree- which they adorn. Wo are agrSrfhf I the v ci v n prh . old and jassaagj a doee Uixte-e II llht OUtllt St i $5 Per Set HOUGHTON OOUUTT ELECTRL; LIGHT CO.