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V. ON DAY, JANUARY 8. ',22.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGrE riVB NEWS FROM CORNWALL Tin following Items .tie 'iin Ish ncwapapi rs : .John Slflta Solomon, 3,". hii employe ,i iln Kedruth Hrewcry ompan , died frOM hemorrhage at Zclah M hintur.'ay n ot uinK. mo quartette combining splendidly, but the nmborntan Ha, with the ex ception of the veteran wing, lialley. were possibly onslderably Mow t(u;tr usual form black cree around their arms. Tor Nt somewhat weak In the front rank, Wray and Weiss being ub ent, and the absence of Furr, who was Injured, for the major part of the firm half. A. IS -I .. .,,....., II ... vlr I,' I. Cnrl.,u, . " iv. , low - ; ., ' ' ' ' . v Wftt In the first hulf that the at the , oon. il lumber. M. -Tlcs reaped their harve.t. and In the : 1 ,;,V. """""" ' W I ond half they had a trying time In Tarablyr ibjfrrj for, man of the Jury. preventing the Saltan from broking ,i, H .irwis ,cp..s,,,.,, .),, fnmll, (through their iM. TerquaTk try wuk tBd M, rhnrstan Peter th Brewery Cleverly retained by Fleet, who on be- '',any- ing confronted by the Corals eulto- SI, juggled the ball and tfnaOSod An accident, which resulted in thetown- w obtalnel the penal- , nth of a miner named Thomas Henry al converted. Torquay were ll.n.lra. occurred in Dolcogtfl Mine l8J'fhtly superior in the back division, on Thu radii afternoon. it appeared that the de eased, who nan 24 year of age, only started work .,1 the mine yesterday. About two i i look he went underground with un uther iiimei' aaawad Herbert ictfechaH of Kitty's lane, and commenced work at the 4'H fathom level at the west of the BittUT Siiaft. At the time of the incident the two men were engaged In removing a pile of reks with a bar when tiie whole hn shifted suddenly. Ieceased fell down, and a large rock, weighing 25 cwts., rolled over tlie pile Bgolnot Hendro's baad, killing him in stantly. The deceased, w h i lived at Park road, i '.uulioi ne, leaven a w idow and two children. At the morning and evening services :ii Siithians parish church on Sunday the proaohOf , RaV. K. F. Moody, cur ate at I'.nauarw orthal, had been ap pointed vicar of Stlthlnna, owing to Ihc dealh ot Hev. V. it. Imine the for-. mer vicar. He wished tlinm every Messing and happiness by the mini--I Mr. Moo.lv at Stlthians, and he Know they would be delighted to have him and wish him Cod speed in his u.ik. Certain formalities would, how ever, have to he gone through, and then-tore he (the speaker) would be muongsi them for some u.ek.s Mr. Vloqdjr will conduct tin- services at the . hurch on llunday next. m Tavlbtoek open eboa Hr. B Hoy den, win auccesst ill in winning tad tor Mack wyandotte pullet. Por I Wyandotte. Mr. 11. Luke. Red ruth, won 2nd prize at Plymouth Fat Stock show on Wednesday. li J, Phillips, Redruth. wa. award- fd l t prisa tor Indian Came, rock, at t Pai Stock Show, PlyrAOUth on Wednesday. Mr. Kendal While has cabled to Mrs. Whit that he has arrived at Cihraltar. havlnj boon wrecked In the 61M with the luke and Ouches.s of I'if'e. i Pis month Pat Stock Show on Wednasd&jr, Messrs. H. and J. Willi. Redraft, waa awardeil 3rd priae for Noi vvnh Cropper., cock or hen. and I, U nn. RedrUtb, 2nd pfie for Norwich 'i upper, cock. Chniborne, tbe Cornish ehnmplonn, visited Torquay Athletic on Saturday. Whan the W ele del i a I ad h) a KOul and B penalty goal t nil. being ihelr sec ond defeat for the season. Devon port Aihion were the first team to de reel tht. Miners. With the exception t Klce, the county player, the) deil I eh luea Belded I (alrlj representative alda. As a token of respect to lta.ssctt, who 1 1 on Friday, u n,,. result of In M lectdved In a mine explosion the previous week, the i a mbornians wore Not for many a long year some people suy a quarter of a century baa thero le'ii in Mounfs IUiv such a raging sea as that which waa witnessed Ml W.-dnesday. The waves were posi tively terrific, and the force with Which they dashed upon the whole length of tihorv from Penzance Har bour to Newlyn was most alarming. All through the morning waves with out number literally Aung themselves Riadiy against the wall of the Western Promenade, rose straight In the ait to a very great height water leing tossed even to the tops of hotels and' then fell with a cntsh on the Pro Rieaade ami adjoining rad until the entire district became a perfect swamp. In the early stage of the visitation crowds of people watched with in tense interest, and not a little concern, what was happening ashore. Then their attention was arrested hy a sensational turn of events at sea. Rockets sum moned the lifeboat rrew at Newlyn. Far off In the hoi Href BPf was a har hue flying a signal of distress, and rolling tromendougty. GREAT SHOALS OF MACKEREL GONE EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO FIND OUT WHAT HAS BECOME OF THE POPULAR FISH. Waahlngton. Jai. 8. The combined knowledge and experience of tlie world s greatest fishery experts, repre senting Creat lirltaln. Germany. Rus sia, the Hi therlands. Fram e. Belgium, Denmark. Norway. Sweden, and Fin land, ill of northwestern Kurope, and tl having important fisheries, have been enlisted by the bureau of fiahetiei, department of commerce ami labor, In the effort of the United States llshery authorities to learn how and where the American fishermen should seek for the mackerel shoals which have )een lost to sight for years. The mackerel was one of tbe great staple fish foods of the cinrntry as far back as colonial days, and the fishery V.as very actively prneecuted in New FnKland and, to home extent, in the middle Atlantic states, in 1H, after several yeurs of unpit-ccdchtel abund ance, the mackerel dropped off sudden ly ami bee never resumed its former plenteoiiMiess The fishery Of last year was the poor eat in lae history of the eoaatry. a.s against catch f about 500.000 barrels of sailed llsh in ISM, the catch of 1910 was only t,fM bar rels. There are today Invested in the mackerel fishery neatly $2.(Xu,(mmi, hut the, fishery' is being pnsicutcd more in the way of lottery thun anything else Notwithstanding the long -continued dleappearaari of the mackerel, vessels are fitted out every spring In Urn expectation that the missing llsh will OORM back In as great numbers as In 188.", Sixteen hundred men have been year after ,ear holding on to this In a quarter of an hour the brave "Hn,ry ait'1 tM- hope that something lifebitatmen, headed by Coxswain T K tl,r" up- " ,M ia kerel were to THE HIGHEST PERFECTION OF THE BREWER'S ART. BOSCH'S THE QOLO MEDAL BEER Is deliclously refreshing. In Quarts and Pints. odor a rase from your dealer, or 'bi i t from nearest Mrancli. Bosch Brewing Co. UKE LINDEN. MICH. Telsphonas in all Copper Country towns. VTIngoe, were Siiillng out to the dis tressed ship in terrible weather. With a fair wind they accomplished the lour- Key in uhnut half an hour. Soon kfterwerde the Uoweatafl itcam drwter Ruler Of tho Sen rushed nw. frofn Newlyn in th hope ,,i catching the ship, but without achieving her object. Anxiously did onlookers watch the progress of the lifeboats on the out ward trip, pad relieved were they when H was seen that she, had speedily over hauled the vessel, then fast drifting to- aids the .astern land, although her anchors were out. once alongside the barque, the lifeboat's merciful mission was soon fulfilled, in spite, of very ad verse conditions. The crew of the ship saw her coming, got their life belts on. and mads everything ready for a (Bitch da-sh for life, coxswain, Vlrcgoe and his men reached their goal. In less than teii minutes the tfe of the ship, thirteen in number, had Jumped from the deck into the life boat, which then sped proudly home ward with every soul aboard s.ivT-d. CROWN "theater Q i r de 1 1 e r and his Komedy Kanine Kwartette Coming Thursday Voloisc Bros. Prank Gymnasts PICTURES CHANGE 4 TIME8 A WEEK. 1 R0Y D. MILNE Tells the Story A serious subsidence of ground ec Ottrred at Trefusls-road, Redruth, on Tuesday evening. About Ci : 45. Miss P. Williams (sister of Mrs. W. ". H.xlge), who occupies an eight-roomed resi dence at that address heard from the thy k of the house a rumbling sound in the drawing room as If from falling furniture. On going Into the hall she found she could not open the drawing roiiin door and on opening the front oor sii. was shocked to find that the front end a portion of the side wall of the drawing room and of the bedroom Above had disappeared into a large ouvlty apparently connected with an old mine workings about fifteen feet Oeep. This cavity extended sonic feet under the drawing room. Some of the drawing raoat furniture had fal N n with the walls. The remainder fif this wing of the house looked very Ink ure. Mr. W. C. Hodge and his employes were soon on the spot and removed the drawing room furniture that was left to a place of safe ty. A path In front of the house was also Involved, and the Miss Rodds. llv Ing near, passed over this on leaving tlie house not five minutes before There was no warnina or Indicntlon that the subsidence was likely to nc ouf. and Judging from the little noise It lused, the ground must have opened itnd swallowed up the part of the lions.- involved at a moment's no tice. About eight o'clock a further large fall took place ut the back of the hotktt a clean cut cavity twenty feet deep being left. The ground was still "drib. bllng" on Wednesday Morning and It Appeared probable that most of the bonne would pa Involved. The house, a well bililt residence wag ere. in! nhoui fifteen yeerg ugo and the foundations were sank no leSs than twenty-two feet before-building. come hack their vessels Would make ticmendous profits. Halted riKOk.rei are worth 40 a barrel today, whereas in IMP. they sold for It to H a barrel. The diminution In the catch cam so suddenU that It la difficult to asvribe it t active fishing opdhhtlona The bureau of fisheries exjHirls have been Inclined to believe that there ar ome physical fedtora operating on the eggs and the young which prevent the devel opment ot the oung fish, but they do nos know positively It is hoped that the International Investigation by the foreign fishery experts will determine whether the mackerel has recently tin dergt.ne a decrease in abundance or has sought other grounds and is likely to return. It bi suggested by some of the scien tists that the epebla of mackerel that formerly frequented the American shores huve been diverted ami ure now inhabiting the waters Of weistem Ku fope, when, (he same fish uso abounds. In support of this theory It 1 pointed out that the! fishery exhibits some Ol the features In Kutopean waters that it has In the Cnited States. Another expert view Is based epoil the re.ent discoveries with regard to the trawl caught mackerel In European vatera, It is. in short, that the lost Amerlcen mackerel Will be found In the deeper jtarts of the American Waters and the obvious fishery apparatus should be the traw l, with w hich the mackerel has been c night In large miant Hies abroad. The condition of "the' American rtieckerel fishery and the problems It presents have -been pluced br the bu reau of fisheries before the permanent international council for the explora tion of the sea, which lias its head ri'uarterg at Copenhagen nnd which Is composed of ofheisl delegatea with MICHIGAN SECOND AS POTATO STATE NEW YORK FIR8T IN LIST. MANY TUBERS EXPORTED, AL80 IMPORTEO IN LAST TEN YEARS. The recent announcement that large quantitie-s of potatoes are being im porne.i mi., the United states lends In terest to a statement prepared by the Bureau of Statistics, Department of Comrnei . and Labor, showtaa the im ports and exports of potatoes during a term of years. While the production of potatoes In the United States is us ually sufllclent to meet the require ments ot ita papulation, there have been a number of occasion following short crops In the United Stales or, which considerable, quantities wet. im ported, on otner occasions, when tiier. w. re .shortages abroad and large crops In the Tnlted States, roneHete ble quantities were exported The to tal lmisiris of potato, into the United Ptates In the Las' ten wars l0pjr4pjBted 22.8-ir),634 bushels, valued at $l(i,9H:,.7T(t. or als.nt 4K cent- per baMhct, this val uation being based upon the wholesale market price in the countries from which Imported and does not, there fore, include the cost of transportation or Atltlee Iaid, the rate of duty beliiy l caatk per bushel of HO pounds both under th. prc.s.nt l.m and Its mutual i -ate predecessor. The exports Of patf toes from the United states durlag the same decade amounted to 0,fO,ICf bushels, valued at s,4i3.ti7.'.. en avaran of 77 cents per bushel. I'otatoea Imported into the (Tatted States come chiefly from tVuiad.t. Mex ico, and Berneedp in Ajneabea, and S.otlanl, Kngland, Ireland, Haimaiii. and I Vance in BttrOPe, shile in recent years small quantities h.i. also Keen brought from 'hina, Australia, and the ''aiiaty Islands. The potatoes expiat ed gip chiefly to the West Indlee, '.-ji- tfaJ America and Canada, tha lanjfeai quantities upaany to Cuba, Caaadai and I'nnama and leeeeT quantities to )ther I'eiitnil AjaeClCSn Staler and the West Indian Island Small quanti ties hav e also been Sent in r.-e. lit ears a largs Umnags Itad U beeu wantsd. Calumet a Hecla. with other long- headed producers, appreciated th folly of piling up topper In a dull market, this only serving to make a bad con dition worse The company secures If copper ry low considering the qual- Ity of rock and the many explorations It Is conducting, b has never fooled Its shareholder with "staffed" reports The conditions are always as they are presented. Great Dividend Record. Calumet He. la paid In dividends for the year Just concluded f2.400.OUA. end for all yeaiN has a rerord of 1H, f00,000. It Is due to this performance that many Mlchlgun people b. iiev thet copper mining is attended by great pmflt, but this Is a mistake. A Similar Investment In good farm lands Would have shown a much greater gain end the fsrm lands would be better stj the end of a similar term than when, they were first "broke."' had they been! given proper attention. This repre.' eents the difference between farming! find mining fiibimef Herls hss still a long life, but In the natural I course of things It wit! work out Its' mines eventually. It keeps golnx bv ; finding new mineralised areas, it ls quoted in the market today at about Hj.000,000 and many can recall when It was selling at tlOO.000.000. With Its subsidiary companies ril tjaiet Tierla control shout 130.000 -ooo pounds of metal annually, which' It could considerably Increase If it o! desired Its control at present amounts I to about sixty per cent of the Mlchl- gun copper output. lsbpemlng Iron1 Ore. Men Who Figure In Government Investigation of the "Money Trust1' "THIS IS MY 59TH BIRTHDAY Colonel Samuel Hughes. Minister of Militia in the Dominion cabinet, was born in Darlington, Ontario. Jarrmrvl S, 185.1, ami received his education principally at Toronto 1'nlverslty. 'o lonel Hughes has been an entbu a I matters appertaining to .soldi, ring since he was fourteen vears of age. when he entered the militia. He de clined the position of Deputy Minister of Militia in 1891 ami Adjutant - !en - Mai for Canada In 1PM, He has served as president of the Dominion Kifie as sociation, president of the Standing Small Arms Coeuntttee rbi Canada, and Railway Intelligence (fib er for the headquarters staff. He tarred during the Ionian Haiti in 1870. for which he received a medal, and in tin- South to Oilna, Hongkong, Itrltlsh Oulanu. ' African war of ISPl-Oe. bj ttfl he Visited Australia and N'. v. Zealun.l in the Philippine islands rTench Ocsapla. and .-...rtalti of the Sotith American countries, but practical none to Bu i pc whlcti, although a large consumer of po tames, is aia a large, producer. The World's 'Potato Crop. Tha woj ,r.s potato crop, ro far as It can be measured statistically, runs be tween 6 and billion bushels tier an- Ihrt Interest Of the rnoement for co lonial assistance in imperial wars. Colonel Hushes has been a member u the House ot Commons since 1IM "jgpjL d ifft si bPVIp - Mm tea tB WfcflLjl 4REf? HARDY j Queen Hel.-n i of Italy, years old tixiay. Augustus Thomas, American ploy num. but these figures jo ,,(lt include aright, SI years old today. the production of China, North Africa, and most of Konth V Wr floe, the orig inal home of the potato, which was found tinder cultivation in Houth Am erica by the .Spanish QJsQlllQl lilp and transplanted to Spain and theme to 'ther parts of Kurope (J. rmany N by far the largest single producer of p tatoee. her total crop for IpOf, the lat est available llgures, being 1.716 mil lion bushels, against 1, 173 million In European Hussia, 613 million In 1-Yanee, 4o million In Austria. IM million In Hungary, 137 million in Oreat Britain, 120 million in Ireland, million In Canada and 877 million in the I'nited States. New York is the largest potato-pro ducing -state in the United Stat. s. her product is 1910 being 44'.. million bushels, against 5 million in Michi gan, 48 million m Maine. M million In Pennsylvania, Jfl million in Wisconsin. I". mlllloti in Ohio, 1 e-3 million in Illinois, 12i million In Ioms. and alut W million bushels each in Minnesota end New- Jrsey, while twactirallv all the remaining state are rej. resented William a. lark, millionaire copper magnate and former senator from Montana. 73 years eld today. Frank WoASOW Dyson. Astronomer Royi of fjjreal BrltatHi 44 paard sM toduy. The Preacher Knew. When voiuuteer prayers were called for a man struck in and prayed very earnestly for his poor land, and asked tbe Lord to give him a good crop. "What that land of yours needs, brother, is not prayer, but manure," eld the prescher, as he gave out, "Work. For the Night Is Coming." Photo of Hardy by American Press Association. The "money trust" Is to be luvestlgnted by a sKclal committee of mem bers of tpe lower branch of congress. Mr. I'uderwood. the majority leader, ami Mr. Flrkgeruld. chairman of (lie appropriations committee, opposed the idea, but a majority f the party leaders were in favor. Representative Ha fus Hardy of Texas, one of the best lawyers in congress, will head tlie com mittee. Samuel I ntermyer of New York will be attorney for the probers. Representative Charles A Lindbergh of Minnesota introduced the resolution. An Appropriate gift for HER An Electric Iron Useful the year around HOUGHTON COUNTY ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. LAURIUM BUSINESS DIRECTORY With totals nnvlnii tr,.,o ...... mini.... full powers from the ten foreign Nam- s , Rap at ingllsh Languege. Mr. Ruskln was once asked If It would not be well for the Welsh Ian guage to die out and be repleced by the English. "Ood forbid?" be re plied. "The Welsh language Is the language of music. There Is no genius about the English language. The Scotch have got all tb poetry and the Irish all the wit, end bow tbe lerll we got Shakespeare I do not know." There are now H.oofl seres fruit cultivation In Ireland a Increase on previous totals. under large THE NEW YEAR STARTS NEW SERIES. NORTHERN MICHIGAN 4- BLDG A LOAN ASSN. ? f rsubei i nv. a uuuk. AS'ST SEC'YS. SddatdsHddddda4 f4i cries mentioned previously. As ; oeaaequeace the rdpptti is going to tftke up the study of the mackerel llsh ery of the North Atlantic ocean, and its foremost scientists will endeavor In trace the present whereabouts of the mi' ker. l that haven't returned to American shores since. ISRH. Canada has the larger forest In the world. It Is in the Labrador and Hudson Hay district, and Is. roughly, i.OOD by 1,700 miles NO CASCARET USER EVER HAD HEADACHE A ,10 cnt box will keep your livsr, stomsch snd bowele clean, purs and fresh for months. Sick headache, biliousness, dizziness. Coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath always trace them t torpid liver, delayed fermenting food In the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. rOteOnOUi matter clogged In the In testine.!, instead of being CgSt out of the system of re-absnrbed Into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it csuses connec tion nnd that dull, throbbing, sicken ing headache. Salts, cathartic pills, oil and pur- getlve waters force a pnssegeway for day or two -yet but they BeeYl take the poisons out and have no ef fect upon the liver or stomach. Casrarot Immediately cleanse and regulate tbe stomach. remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the decomposed waste mat n I poisons in the Intestines. end bowels A Catcaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning, The work wMlJe y u sleep a 10-eent from your druggist means Inside cleanliness and a clear head for months. Ask sny of the millions of sscaret users If they eer hsve head ache. The largest Importation of potatoes during the pjeat decade occurred In 1909. being s 1-3 million bushels; tbe liirR. st exports of the Made .scarred l.h ItU, being i million bUehole CALUMET 4 HECLA. Still Has Many Yssrs of Life on Con glomerate Lode. cahlmef & Hecla, long the wonder of the copper world, and the only mine in the Michigan Held that has huMM a 1'ioiiounrtu su, ,-ess working a con ilomcr.ite lode. Is still doing business oh this great copper-containing belt, this old sea beach as it la described v those who are skilled in geology. The company is not to the limit of its ter ritory in a downward direction throughout the length of this conglom erate lode and It still has an Immense tonnage to secure from about a great line of shafts extending for a dis tance f nearly two miles on the strike T the formation. Twenty years will be consumed in removing the rock re maining In the conglomerate belt It lr sold. -and this Is probably much under estimated. Has Othsr Big Holdings, itesldes Its Intercut In Ahmeek 'al- ItStet Heel;, bus Important holdings in manv othei proper ties several of Which nrc ialna CqpCkf S and will he made more iluabte when - uhi ient time h.is been allowed for proper de velopment and the application of meth ods that will add to their erbelencv Rcvetttl new locations are being given .Utoittlon to develop copper lodes dis covered through the medium i t, diamond drill, some of these recent flrds b"lng looked upon ns almost sen salional. Of thee more will be learned after the shsfts are down to their ob ject I levels. Hse Opereted Medsrstely, Calumet & H.-cla hos worked along In a very qule way during the psst yer or two, trimming Its sails to meet market conditions. Its output for 1ll will be somewhere abont 7. 000, 000 pounds of reiin. d copper which amount eould hsve been greatly exceeded had SPECIAL. Athena underwear for women and children in fall and winter weighte now on ssle at T. A. BAWDENS. FROM FACTORY TO YOUR HOME frown, Bush & Lane, and Cable and Nelson pianos. A. ESPEL. Laurium. LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL . EGGEN & HOYEM Hecla St., Laurium. rp-t-.!ate habere Speckil orders proniptlv executed. Phone us poor next order. SKATES &. SKIIS at DUPONT GARAGE. Skates Sharpened. M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Insurance g g good sound business preaasea and a man cannot do bet ter in taking a life insurance policy nith the Detroit Life Insurance Co. First Nat. Hank Iildg., Laurium. PAULL'S CASH MEAT MrmET. Choicest cuts of fresh and salt meats. Staple and fancy groceries, milk, but ter and eggs. Special discounts for cash. First class sausage of all klnda i'hoa. Paafltr Phone 126. WE MAKE CLOTHES I nnd Women who appreciate the nppor- PENINSULA HEATING e PLB. CO. tunity of se. tiring more than mdiiiar 'satisfaction at a price that is reason able. Pressing, Repairing and Clean ing. E. K. NEEB, Third St.. Laurium. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. Largest and most complete stock of plumbing end heating goods In Lear lum. Spect-'i attention given to re pairing, also a full line of general bdwo., paints, oils, builders' supplies. SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY. Chicken 16c lb., rib roast of beef 12 He lb., leg of mutton -4c lb., leg of lamb 16c lb. GOURD BROS. Let ue figure on a heating plant for your home. Now Is the time to have I done. All work guaranteed. REYNOLD'S MEATS. Our meats are the best that ars ob tainable. All are government Inspect ed and have our personal guarantes of freshness. Service prompt. Phone 102. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS. Our soft drinks are pure, healthful and Invigorating. Made by modem sanitary machinery, enabl.'ng us to quote special to parties and entertain inents. Phone 241. CHICAGO DECORATING CO. Artistic Interior decorating In moot modern style. Paper hanging, tinting hardwood finishing. Picture framing, plats moulding, mirrors resll ered. fur niture reflnlehed. F. Pentzold. Phone 3S7 I HAIRDRESSING e SHAMPOOING. Prlng ue your combings. We will make them into switches Parlors for electrical facial massage, manicuring and chiropody. McLaughlin a Kelly, over Faucet t & Guek's offlca JOHNSON MM. LINER. Hecla street. A large selection of the season's lat -est creation in millinery is being dis played, along wth Htunnlng models from our own workroom. To the (Mold's Mother: Head tins spj e Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays, H hen your child's first tooth appears buy him s tooth- j brush and dentifrice. ,11. K. s. - l)IS. Just In Csrlosd of Draught snd Driving Horses. 8exhy A McDonald Stable, Lake Ltndsn Ave., Laur.u.-n. MAC LEOD'S LIVERY STABLE. CENTRAL HOTEL. cM Iffafy and prompt eab Osceola Street. Laurium. service dov or nl.ht Vlk. fnmi.h.,1 Special ratee hy week or month. I for Madia and etc. Haggsge hauled to and from trains. Rpeclal attention to boarders Malcolm MacLeod. Phone 19. Special attention to transient trade L. U nietel. Phone 267 -L. Pure FVesh Cream and Milk received dally. Phone 619 t MICHELENI A BARTASSO WHO'S YOUR TAILOR? We ore turning out e great numbet of Sulla lor apt ing. hsve w e oirr order the company so desired. It has plen-IWe know how to build a suit that Is fy of atoftlng ground that was not I stylish, ( leaning, pressing snd repalr fnuched and which could have supplied jlng; Julius Osanlch. Cor. Elm 4 7th Bt NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. Six regulation billiard and pool ta bles that are kept In good cond tlon with good lights and courteous atten tlon. Iisedlng brands clrara snd cigar ettes. Agts for Msrkb.m'a box candles THE DIGNITY OF A CIGAR lupends on the richness of its aroma as well as Its appearance and the km I "t tasa who smoke It. Try Daa Pitch sad see what we in. VI 11. FRESH FRUITS A VEGETABLES RECEIVED EVERY DAY. USS YOUR PHONE. JOSEPH SWYKERT. 1ST 8TREET. "HONE 43. FRESH MILK RECEIVED DAILY NELS NELSON OSCEOLA. ST.. LAURIUM. ike d- THE THISTLE BAKERY. We make a apeclttlty of home male breed and cake. Oet our bread tor 'tcnes. Phone 141 for the finest aeotcn baking John DuadoPt at