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TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1912.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department THINKS WELL Of E ;' """""I Hmlii wart aft,, the latter Im . e piunk! out .if 0lum, t ft Hm lu land boundaries, vertical line mtf uomtvk miller tin 1. 1 w EDITOR NEWETT OF ISHPEMING BELIEVES IT WILL BE ONE OP DISTRICT'S BEST PROPERTIES K.lltor (ienrKe A Newell i.f !., ImIi Look, Well for Permanency. Th.. Aim ehowiag af copper in the N. 4 lode at a uplh ,)t 3 l)00 V( ( ttoally rtwn surface cer.uinh looks well f..r tlie rutuie of thin lode. Often It happen that veins and lodes are '"" '' ril "uifu.v than at ;, ,i.-ith ' l leet . i,1(,n. The ii, ,er pr tlon if veins ur,. pretty apt to be ' This , m- obscrvu Ion. Thci m, c, ept , hi t vv ,- hell. vc the rule Ii.iI.Im ir,.,l i. .1 1 - K njs,roi,c Vntiation a, ,, depU, and - O the Htacock mm... a property Agents ,h. ,, wH . ' , !,, believe Will U- a big stl.cess , ... ,-,., . r""r"1 " - "illil' nil MS (lip. Thi.i hi shaft K"iio; down is five i orupartaneot iox:k feet outnide of umbers, la vertical, ami will rut all the Long Stretch of Ground. OWtftC to its surface boundaries the l des of Hal, ,,. ...in , .. I...I..H carried by (he uj ,!. , ,, : .,.,, . . r ' - mi me miuii ami ii CELEBRATION Of 50TH ANNIVERSARY MR. AND MRS. CYRiLLE FOUR NIER, WEST HANCOCK HAVE BEEN MARRIED FOR HALF A CENTURY. it v.rv Ihln and will go reoort to the . council tomorrow mole nallMfact.il placi ITfia 11 aAnl iA ......... I .1. 7 " .7' i-miuendluic a mnL ' . .. downward nrnejreea This .shaft will i. provided with la-t..n .ski in- operating In balance, and it will also huv i, 11 call) operated pumpR which will not In at up the shaft as would slcum col li, ,t,S. las) (li ol the lodes, ho that at MM t'cet from surface the company Wlll have a length, on the strike of the lodes, or one and one-hulf miles euch Hew level elvinir tlmm . ..... This shaft Is now about 3.17T, leturih s,. th.., , . below huh, am. w 1 be pushed !,., as . , s ;(IV ,,,,,,, J',,, rapidly as possible to 1, ,,, ,,,,,,;,,. wiU p,m,i. of going the Pcwuble lode, the , Ipal rich downward. It mens a yery Iota life l,,pp..-h,ddlK foiination of ,h. Qui,,-!,,,,. . ,,pam. W(. .,.,",, , iiiii... .... 'l'o,r.i .,, ., .1. put I... a,le vc ha Vc h. .'.r.l it .lio 1 of about MM Mat tram arttapa ,,,i- 1 u,ai: it was thought that it would he hi, t red at a d.plh of about .mi feet, figuring upon the distance btWII the lodes of the Qtllnoy, hut i!t elopiuBiits in the Hancock shaft in . 1 ale that it will P.- met earlier than . .1 formerly estimated. Thr Art Five Lodes. There are five lodes in thb; property 1 1 . .11 1 in , . opiiei it, vail in;; .pian tities. Four Lodes Cut. The three lodes originally wrought bj the old . . 1 , 1 1 0 1 , i have baaa cut by il.e new vertical shaft. o. and li !. s hav e heel, followed and opened lof a considerable dislanc. and boll, hold cop pay in encou raging quantity. The greater amount o wort has tMf) done on No. 3 lode which has the best howing of copper mi far a work has . . 11 prosecuted. No. 4 Wonderfully Rich. It is th Xo. 4 lode that phases I'.tp i;iin Thomas JloaLson and his asso- . lataa In this afiaatlaty This was rut only a few weeks ago. and at a d.-i'th from surface of ;i. 1 ir. feet. It has a thickness of 17 feet. About 14 reel ol tins is rieh in cop par, The first S or I feet sunk into was very tin. stamp rock ground then there wa.s a Strata of rock and copper alternating for about three feet in thb kit. ss and then, on the foot, a very rich streak, this making in all about I I faat of the lod that waj mi,ieiaiied. BpeeUnana "! Hum . .li- shown the editor of Iron re was wonderful!) rich In he:,vv copper, the amygdaloid being abot lull It. !b pper beiiu; .oars., and mak ing piMinda very rapidly. It would equal the bcM stamp imk Wa ever siivs froni the Michigan Ibid, which Is th, beat In stamp to be found anyuh. ,. Not Following the New Lode. This new or No. 4 lode, is not be in followed, the litaiian. m. lit de iding to keep the shaft going until the iv tvaMo lode has bH-n em ouiit. red. It would deluy the sinking at th.- shaft 1 ' .'i1t until a plat w.re ,-ut here and there would be little gained, oth than to prove the rb hness of thin lode ut lower points oft its dip. When Mi.- lYwublc lode Is reached lit. re will probably be something else to talk Bl 1 Hial will absorb attention, and 'lossiuts can be put in to intercept No. 4 lode, atriklnf It at lower points which w, uld be more satisfactory to H"' miners than foHewlnjI it iron the point where Hie vertical shall inter cepts it. They Telk of Drill Holes. H is talked BRI0IM c. i laitt neotile am, ), 11 ii. .u... ( 1 i . . i . .. iroi ,1 ,11 ,ruii utai ute ( out- pany a ground woa rather limited. The very opposite Is the Condition. Hancovk looks much more attra tlve now tnaii ever b -fore ftarauai of the very rich discovery in the No. 4 lode. This alone, should the copper content continue as where it bas Man cut, furnish copper enough to make a gnat mine that would pay handsome tvu 1 1 ' o . 1 1 1 . a 1 j 1 1 1 1 ana, as we have etated. the fact that It lH rk-h so far below surface, looks well for its continuance in this a. Will Be Valuable to District. Wh.n the Pewablc lode Is reached, should It prov e to be o,,,ir i , 1 i.,ll va liable, then Hancock will h.ve n uiin. that will be of great value to its share MMata and to the people generally in 1 lu d,tr,ct in which it is looated. The ompanj has already made one ten 01 the rock from its No:,. and :i lodes this being satisfactory. With the iv wablc and No. 4 lod,s prodm in.vr as it is ,pect,d Ibey will there, will be a mill to be provided. While this la un r way levels wlll be opening, and il the copper is needed before the mill's completion undoubtedly contract! oouM Mr. and Mrs. Cyrllle Kournler .,; WetU Hancock yesterday Celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their mar riage at their home on Huminit and Ki. vat to,, streets with a notable fam ily reunion of children grand children and othef relatives. The day's observance commenced with a solemn high mass at St. Jo seph's church at 8 o'clock, all present, numbering seventy-five. receiving communion. A feature of the mass was the renewal of Mr. und Mrs. Four blat of their marriage vows, the cele brunt being the pastor, Rev. I-r. d. rl, k '.laser, assisted by Kev. fr. Kion of Cjulncy us deacon and Kr. Moss as sut,-d ,,, ut,. During the service Miss Mannar ftntrnJaf of winona, grami- duughter, sang "Ade-te Kidelis," and "I Am My Love's uml He is Mine." The reunion at the Founder home lAst evening was a most brilliant and happy affair, there being present forty-seven of the grandchildren, besides the children of Mr. and Mrs. Founder with their wives and husbands. A sumptuous dinner was served and an evening of song, music ami congratu lation vvus enjoyed. Many beautiful gifts attested the esteem and devo tion felt for the venerable couple, and best wishes of many more happy an niversaries were received from friends at a distance ami from neighbors. A happy Im ld.nt in connection with the anniversary was the birth yes terday morning of a son'tt Mr. and Mrs. Kug.ne Beaudry of West Han lock, adding a fourth generation to the Kournler family, the little youngste. being a great grandson of Mr. and Mr Kournier. ther wa. The ttetlMI ef bends tllimtl It llllllllrMll.i ?a a "mc'"- tht He. id. iM lot af prabe tm law ft urn, u,e juggte who mat ptioto ':' 1 tfropb New York Sun. -. HANCOCK BREVITIES v-x-:-:-':-:.::..:.a.:..:..;..:..:. 0 A regular session of the eoard al education la scheduled for this ever, lng. A medal meeting of the Hancock council wll he h. l.l VN . .Inesday after noon to designate the places and the Ulcers to have char,, of the ciimli merit of voters on Jan. 27. Deputy W. H. Vivian has return. I from Part Huron, with Richard West away of Ijike Llnd.n. wanted on a ( barge of non-support, who bti been absent about five months: ami uv claims he h.-iM been sick. Arrangements have been mode t..i holding the late tram of the South Shore this evening for the accommo dation of patrons of the KMTadajt theut'T from Keweenaw May towns, attending tin- performance of "Bab) Mine." A special street car will leave the bank corner Immediately after the close of the performance to convey Hnraga county people to the MotMfh ton depot. I TORCH LAKE DEATH OF MRS. LE SAGE. Beethoven's Spider Friend. When studying the violin us a hoy of eluht it wus Beetboirea'a custom to abut himself up nlone In a little 100m j beentise It was inhabited by a sUMpM which loved l,N musk eo much that ' when the boy played it left its web and came near to listen and at Inst ' climbed upon tho arm with which be wus holding the bow. The young mil siclun became renlly fond of the spider Hut one duy his aunt entered the room I while he was playing, saw the spider r.'ulklng ulong her nephew's arm and J Instantly knocked It off with n slipper I aud crushed it Vouug Beethoven i wept over his dead friend und refused I to play his violin any more. It waa only after a lapse of three weeks, and I In another room, that he resumed Ids studies, and his first thought was to compose a plaintive melody to which tie guve the title. "Elegy to My Krieud npiaer. Publicity Will Stop Fraud by Large Combines By OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD. Comv i"es Often Masks to Evade the Law C nfiressman Prom Alabama Red Tape and a Murde; ar. This is u tale of u self confess. ,! mur derer who wished to be arrested. h reluted by a writer In Le Mutlu, Paris. Some time ago I mnn named Herges was stabbed to death at Algiers Three men were arrested on suspicion, but as they proved their innocence they were releused and the mgtter waa shelved. A few ilu.vs ufterwanl a man called at the ottlce of the local police Well Known Lake Linden Resident ! commissary and said to that Official: MYSTIC LODGE INSTALLS. I made for rock treatment with mill that ar, not working to their capacity The company own a mill site one l.ali mile from portage Luke. LOCAL LODGE DOINGS. it the Quioo oompanj pat in bote towards the iian.ocu ground from its lev . is and struck a wondarfulli ' ch lode, and It is being guesyed that me . or,- came 1 r th,- ,,. 4 lode the Han, eh raoartlly sncounten d. Tbt IjUinoy ysould be Interested because it VM DM v alto s from this lads by crosacuttlng int., it from ItsPewabi. n points ai,ov w beta iia Rcook in i tick it. Owns Upper Portion of Ground. l'ndoubted4y all these lodes make at or dose I,, sui t o , . The Pan ibts is '"Howwl downward practii .ll.v from I foots, and the other four ladM lj lng southward of tiie Pewabic would robnhl) all bo CSMSght in a crosscut I'Ul in front the QUI BC J in that dirt 1 '""i- Th,. Hancock picks up thaas lodes where they leSWe Quir v I. nitoiv lusl as the Tamaraek gets ths lodes 1 CLEANSES THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS COLDS. AND HEADACHES DUE TO CONSTIPATION. BEST FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN - YOUNG AND OLD. -TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS -ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE. MANUFACTURED BY THE Preparing for Big Session by Knights of Columbus Next Sunday. Thirty candidates were iriven the first degree by the llanoick Knights of Columbus at a WSStlttsj held I.im MhndnC preparatory to the -.inferring upon them of the second and third de gree at u big meeting to be held n. xt Sunday, January 17. District DjUOUt) MsSk and visitiiiK Knights from ull pans of the upper peninsula will be pi. s. ut at the session und at the han Sjssl to be served afterwards at Oer- ssaiila hail. Curt Rene. Mesnard, Poresters of Anieiiea, installed Its new officers for 1!IL' at a big s..ssion held last even ing at the lodge rooms In the Scott Monk. After the rrrsmnnlM !. . on NsaVd a smoker and sis-ial session were enjoyed by the tar,;.- number of l-'onslers who attended. The Hancock division of tho A. O. M. it a meeting held Sunday elected James Hnrrtnajton, c, T. Uarrtnaton, James Mc ;i v tm. . a. HoMUAd, J. K. O'Neill and Richard T. Ioney as t no tees one to serve for one. two others for two and two for terms of three years. A meeting of tho French Canadian Young Men's club of portage Lake will be held this evening at the Kuu- NBMi ball in Hancock to adopt a consti tution and bylaws and effect a perma nent organization, a circular explain -If; the purposes of the organization has been mailed an follows: Daar air and friend: we are Join lng together the progressive Ameri can 1-Teneh -Canadian young people wit,, are interesteti in the welfare of their race and expect bv ofgaili.i d el fori to obtain an Increasing recogni tion among other nationalities. "It is vitally tmportant to preserve our nationality among other people in tills country, and with this object in view we urge you to be present at the meeting to be held at the Rouleau hall, Hancock, at T::pi p. ,. on Tues day. January U, to adopt a co!:titutloa and bv-laws. and make our organiza tion permanent. We i vpe. t all young men, whose mother or father is French or of Pronco extraction, to he present at this meet ing and If you know other French young men we would 1m- phased to have them Join us. iKm't forget the date Tuesday, January 9, IMS. "Yours tiuly, i"AKCMIK MAVnTTO. Jr. RDW. J. KIKLUO, S"c." New Officers of Odd Fellows Organiza tion Take Their Sests. Mystic bodge, I. O. O. P., of Hancock last evening Installed In otllce the new offloara for 191i, District Deputy (iran I Master T. J. Cegory acting as install ing otllcr. assist., I by several of th. pas Kiunds of the order. Mystic Uadsj will be forty-tlve years old this year I having been instituted on August 1S67, and is one of the oldest bid Pel lows lodges in tiie copper country. Th new others are: H. (J. Fred Merrltbld. V. O. Frank VVilliams. Financial Secretary William Jeff ley. Kcrording Secr(ta,y John Hrewer. Treasurer- Lu id Case. It. . N. Q. Frank Kendall. L. S. N. H. -William Dale. olid;, ctor William Thomas. Wardsat Henry (riles. Chaplain I(Hrge C. Hentley. It. S. S. William II. Carly, .11. I S. X. -W. L Iturchell. It. S. V. f1 lansajl Parley. L. 8. V. Q. Fred Parlson. I. !. -Churlea J. Larson. U Ch sltSWS Ulchards. l inance Committee W. J. Hofrei,- bncher. Samuel Williams. James 1 -alley. Keh. f oiiimittee H.-nrv P. Kev Thomas Ingram, Thomas Williams. Monday evening next the lodge will confer work in the second degree, and Friday evening. Jan. 11, th Holly Il hekah lodae will install its officers for the ensuing year, with Mrs. W. J. Hof- fnnbacher, prsaldsnt, us ins tall ina ..ni cer. Succumbs to Heart Trouble. The death took place tktfl inorning. following a three montns' illness, of Mrs. Charles ISage, of I:ike Linden, aged f.4 years. Heart failure was the cause. The tlsnaast ,1 was iM.rn in Scot land comiiivf to fbl.s coin. try wit, 11 onfj six .sears old with her parents. Si,. bad ben a resident of like Linden for the past 48 years, and wa . hly.hly resp.Hted and w.ll known tlirougitout tin- Torch Lnht distra t. In addition to her husband seven children survive, one of whom is Mrs. Julius I'.ossbei 1 ( Calumet, wife of the new Iv -appointed South Shore ticket agent. Arrange ments for the funeral have not yet been made. RINK SITE IS UNSAFE. street ommissioii, r Hocking of Hancock today visited the site sug gested by the council for the. proposed open air skating rink on Portage Nik, Ho found it to lie unsuitable as the ice ELECTION TOMORROW. Commander of Second Battalion Naval Reserves to Be Chosen. An (lection to choose a commander of the second baltulion of the Michigan Naval Hrlgade, consisting of the Be canal.,. Traverse City and two Han . ,n k divisions, will be held at the ar mory in Onrmanla hall tomorrow even -lng. Tiie election was recently ordered h tlm state Isnird on account 1' the previous election, held some time ut. at which Lieutennnl tlrant Stephenson of Kecanaha. wu chosen, beint; de . la led ilKXUlar. liHitlR In Willi Ib'el voting who were Inedible. H"H"r :"! mh- STOMACH MISERY GOES. No Indigestion, Sourness, Gss 4 or Dyspepsia Five Min- utes Lstsr. Kvery years regularly more than a million stomach Sufferers iii the Cnlt e,l stat, s England and Canada take Pap. 's Dla pepsin, and realize not only bniiiediate, hut lasting relief. This harmless preparation will di gest anything you eat and overcome a sour, ga.sy or out-of-order stomach ti e minutes .1 ftarwarda. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat lies like a lump of lead In your stomach, or If you have heartburn, that Is a sign of Indiges tion. Oet from your Tharmaclst a 60 cent case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose Just as soon as you can. There will ha no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with scld. no stomach gas or heart burn, fullness or heavy feeling In the rtomach. Nuusea, Debllitaing Head aches, Dl7.zln.ss or Intestinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, there will lie no sour food left over In the OUR BOYS CLUB PARTY. Raal arrangements have been made for the annual skating and dancing party by the our Boys ciuh at II, l hell at the Amphidrome. The Copper Itangu will run a special train from Calumet to Houghton for this occasion and It is expected there will be a large attendance, The special will return to I 'alumei after the party. THE TENNESSEANS PLEASE. The Teunengeans .third number the curse of the Lake Shore lyceum bureau entertained at the IhsitSC Is evening and pleased a lari;,- crowd The trouple of colored singers are p. sessed of go, d voices and are skillful ( utertainers. ( Dy American Press Association. IIE railroftfls liavo long UhM an.l often demonstrated how, when free from regulation, it is witliin their ower hy dig crimination either to KILL OH MAKE ALIVE. It ha9 only been rtfter LgfUntrra regulation and judicial contests thereupon that much progress . . 1 leen made in clearing up tho questions that have been raised in connection with the public du ties gad responsibilities of carriers. One of the most effective means of eliminating fraudulent and in defensible practices resulting in discriminations and other violation of the act to regulate commerce is the LIGHT OF PUBLICITY, tho power to require disclosure. The holding company is often a MASK OR SHIELD through which some artist3 of the legal profession have found a way to ac complish indirectly that which under the law could not bo directly effected. This device is successful only when the form is permitted to eneloud the substance. .My name Is Murins Vvorra I killed Bergen, und this Is how I did IL" The commissary listened to the man's confession and said: "You laid better see my secretary." The secretary also listened to the man's confession and after a little re flection said: "Now. look here, my good man; this Is not the way to prl an.- t. d You j IT IS ENCOURAGING THAT MORE AND MORE THE LEGISLA must write us a letter . oniii the TION AND THE INTERPRETATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE oral statement made to us. Then we , AVA u,T..1(..n M shall be able la attend to vou. Now., LAW ,NTENDED TO SECURE EQUALITY OF TREATMENT. REASON get along." ABLE RATES AND FAIR DEALING TEND, THOUGH TOO SLOWLY, Fka 111:111 left the oflice. nnd perhaps TOWARD ELIMINATING THESE INDIRECT METHODS OF CONCEAL because he w is not ., good writer he MENT AND DEMAND OPENNESS AND DIRECTNESS. mm not Dsn seen since in Algiers. TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. X"X'XWX"X"X,v-XX"!"X"X- the Lake Linden b,,vv 1, is will t calumet thus evening to meet tin & II. team in tiie last match of lb. tassjue schedule. Mrs. Richard Pomeroy Is reported t he improving rapidly from her recent severo illii.ss with rheumatism. The funeral of the fata Mrs. Anni .ford was held this afternoon, with services at the llubbell ( Vmsim can t iona hurch in eh urge of Kev. L. K. Iauk of Calumet. The funeral of the late Mrs John .1 Mucdoiuild will be held tomorrow morning with services at the St. Cec iia church at a o'clock in charge , Pr. Bftnmsrtnan, Infection In th Heme. A Germao medical Journal draws at teutlon to a possible fuctor In the spread of infectious conditions of the mouth, nose nnd pharynx that is Insuf flclently recognized in many house holds. It points out that common ta ble utensils, such ns forks, spoons aud glasses, which come into contact with the mouth, are usually wnshed nil to gether, often with little care, and dried on the same cloth. This gives groat opportunity for the distribution of in fectlve ageucles. For this reason par tlcular care should be exercised in fam Hies where any member may be suf ferlng from an infectious disease to sterilize the table utensils used in boll log water. People who complain of catching cold" In many Instances ur, merely catching infection from little understood and easily preventalil sources. The infectious ccrtu is so minute that the eye does not detect Its presence. It is necessary, there fore, to keep up a constant effort for the destruction of hurtful germs and germ carriers by introducing as far as possible the precautionary practices of sanitary science info domestic use. Philadelphia RaeorA SOLD XV lit f FA M Mf? ftrjtu;tCTC Ome size oiiy. Regular puce SOU lorni It pays to advertise. Juggling a Photograph. "We're sometimes asked to do queef stunts with our pictures." said a New York photographer. "About the most unusual was a trick 1 had to plav with a nhntormnh taken of n lnre atom o h to poison your breath with , gathering of some organixation. The '"' committee in charga of the affair Papsi Mapepatn Is a certain cure!Wftnted one promIu.nt man to takes for out-of-order stoarawha, bemuse It conspicuous place In the group nnd so takes bold of your food and digests .-irrauged the group. At the last mlt, It Just the same ns if your stomach I at n less desirable member of the or wasn't thee. I ionization crowded In and got Hie Relief In flvrt minutes from all choice position, making him the mot M until nk ml .tv : waiting for you at prominent person In the Inlaws d phfl ony drua; "lore Ihgraph, In despenitlon Hie com These large 10-rent cases contain inlttee came to me to help It out more than sufficient to thoroughly When I suggested ehnngtitu heads nnd I cure almost any case of Pvsnensi utittlnir the bead of n nromlnent mem Indigestion or any other stomach ' , Imt on to the body of the undeslrs order : ble one It was delighted, poftuuuteb Wu Ting Fang's Good Cheer. Among the most Intimate of the Chi nese friends of (he lute Sir Robert Hart was a hlg'i official, Wu Ting Paag, who prided himself on his alert mau ner, which mude him appear Matt younger than he was. and boasted that he iutended to live 200 years. He OM explained how this feat was to be ac complished. "The first thing, nattt- rally, is diet." said he. "The man who would cheat Time should live ou nuts like the squirrels. Under no condition should he touch salt, and he should begin and end each meal with a tea- spoonful of olive oil. 1 have hung scrolls in my bedroom." Wu Tlngweut on to explain, "with these sentences written upon them In Eugllsh and CM nese. 'I urn young. I am healthy. I am cheerful." luuncdiutely I enter the room my eye falls upon these precepts. I say to myself, 'Why. of course I am,' and therefore I am!"- London Chronicle. of the clay. Cut the Ice in the hole in the winter if you can get away with it. Cet money from the city to fill tho hole as u dumpiug ground. Tut u top boll over all and sell the lot for a manufacturing site. Chicago ' W hat oi, w;uit, I suppose. Is to vote, just like men do." "Certainly not." reajltj Mra 1 taring-Manners. "If Ae eSBttat do any better than that thava v. ui.i at as use af our voting." Washington Star. The Drone. Son-What kind of a man Is a drone, papu? Father-One who stands in a revolving door and waits for some one "ouses en Co. Land; who have rooms else to push it around so he can get lit. rBnt or who wish to rer rooms, ar EMPLOYES OF THE Calumetft Hecla Mn'g Co VAn 4. ..II - - l ..w w.i.,1 .w mi i.i.ii r . u umnm or ou y my sou. Jud'(. Mean Thing. Mnybelle Bee the beautiful engage ment ring Jack guve me Inst night. Estelie Gracious! Has that just got around to you 'Toledo HJade. The Gentle Sex. An eminent Eugllsh statistician has calculated that of two children, a boy One View of th. "TfrriM Tui. I HI,U a l,"rn on lDt" ' ""' Speaking of the Turk, an Kngllsh ' boy wi" haw onl' evt'''-'n chances resident In Turkey writes ' The mnn ' "gainst el, ven of living one year, while like best Is tho pure, mtcont.imlnateil ! ,he Pirl wi" nnve twenty one cha Turk who has never seen Europe. He against eleven. Prom five to :ifi en invited to advertise , . the oolumn without any expense. POR 8ALB-8 -room saa, mortf n conveniences, steam h n- gooc foun-dat'-n and plumbing- Appb "0 ".un brla et.. Calumet. FOR SALB 12 T-jmitel i. SA1.K 7-room aou.-r. os, o i TOR SAI.B House, 1616 Hecla su FOR SALE Si-room no use, JO '.Viar worlm at. g POR MA EE Pour-room coivaje, r.vl Middle at.. Calumet. PUR SALE Five-room house No. 340 B street. Apply Jaa. Baruette. X Is wonderfully hosnltuble amielnv l"or' PI'M's to oe but little tl, Hen-nce. kind, essentially a man of peace and a but fro'" ,lftotQ to "in''"" " the boy fervent religionist n. is ., .Moslem W1" h 1 chancea and the girl i'7T has been reared in Moslemlsm niwl i- I fauces of living against one of death Moves In his religion. He is honest) If a thousi,nd ablebodied men and a FOR SALE 3-room house, summer and straightforward In his business tbo"S!1"d ablebodied women be ariutni kitchen, coe! sbed, barn room for S ifanHnfl and his Word is his bond I I '''l11'!'!'!''! Cot battle -1111! oi.b re.I on horses, etc. A ply lBOf Hecla st, Hec- do not suggest that every Turk pos- a ,ong' w,i,rv march more men' Myi senses all these qualities which I have! tllis Othority, would probably rea h k.RSALI 1 1 -room to ouaa. Apply M0 uieir uesuiiHiion. wune more women Rockland e v would be found exhausted, nut more meu wbuld be found dead by the way side. New Vork American. attributed to the race, nor am I paint ing him in too rosy a color. I have made many voyages into the interior of Macedonia und Asia Minor: I have entered Turkish villages high up on the snow, stockaded against the bears, where the inhabitants had never seen a European before, and my trust in the kindness and hospitality of these men has Haver failed inc." Loudon Graph ic. Suspended Animation. As we descend in I he acala of animal life we find that what kills the higher animals does not injure the lower Cut a polyp in two and you have two liv ing polyps instead of one dead polyp Break off a lobster's claw aud another Will grow. You may, it has been said, freeze a tly. but v ou cannot freexe it to death. There are infusoria called "wheel animalcules." These rotifers FOR RENT One 432R Acorn Hi. furnished A Connoisseur. A greut painter was asked by his lit tle son, "Father, what is a connois seur?" "Well, my son," the father answered, "did you notice that tall, white haired gentleman at my studio tea yester da.v 7" "The one with the sable lined over coat, father? Oh, yes. I noticed him." "Well, my son, he is a connoisseur." "But how do you know he's a con noisseur, father?" "Hy his actions, my son." "Hut, father, he acted like eyery one else at the tea. dldu't he?" "Certainly not. my sou! Certainly not! The others drank my Russian tea. nte my fole gras sandwiches and FOR HI. NT 4 Rooms. 3204 Ridge St. 1't 'K SALS Five-room nous MX Al bion. s POR SALE 6 -room cottage, at a gain, 2614 Liberty street. Raym- bault.wn. Pol, v 1 s -12-room bouse, HOI Lau rium st. g POR isALE 4 -room h No 4M behind Calumet dam. Inquire within. t'.'K saLEtf room house, 40a 8t HK SA LEX- -1625 Hevia, su POR SALE 7 -room house witn rou foundation. 726 Waterworks BL hove many curious qualities, atnoufl which is that of suspending animation took leave Eut he he bought a plc- for an Indefinite period without ceasing lure!" to live. Colouies of rotifers may be FOm SALfv Uoum No, AUM at.. AweOetowm. desiccated and rendered apparent lj lifeless, nnd in this condition they may be kept for months and years ami pos slbly centuries A single drop of wa ter will restore them to life, und the A Biting Retort. Lady Wortley Montagu, one of Eng land's most brilliant women. Incurred tape's, undying hatred in the following manner: The poet, who wa.s deformed wheel bearers will instantly resume and very dark und addicted to ques- their functional activity ,roclsc!y at Honing even body, once asked her to the point where it was broken off. Harpers. Bank. Checks In Austria. Ranks of Austria are exempt from liability for payuieut of checks und bills of exchange to parties who may have acquired unlawful possession of the same and forged the indorsements define an interrogation murk. She de fined it as "a little, crooked black thing that asks questions." Particular Woman. Judge -She insisted on having a wo man lawyer seem a her divorce. "Why was she so particular?" "Sue did not want to go contrary to thereon The banks are not compelled j that lmrtion of the marriage ceremony to Ideutify the bearer, and instances j that reads. 'Let no man put aaun- occur of such commercial papers lieing stolen und cashed with forged indorse meiit, leaving the owner without re dress. A check or bill of ev hangc. therefore, though payable to order and not Indorsed Is I dangerous form for the remittance of money Liability for p. v meat on n forged indorsement is Incurred by a bunk only when It is pre sanied to have knowledge of the .iv.es -.ignatiire. in the cae ol well known clients. Rral Cstate Enterprises. Hero Is one nay a piece of land mty be made profitable: Find a clay aott nnd make bricks out dor.' "-New York BerakL His Use For Soap. "Lady." said "Meandering Mike, "would you lend me a cake of soap?" 'Do you mean to tell me you want FOR HALR-SU- POR S AI E House, No. 4084 Elm 1st, Yellow Jacket. F )R RENT 2 furnished rooms. Mod ern conveniences. 3979 Scott st. SALE 6 -room housn, No. 3044 Swedetown road. Apply on premises FOR SALE Lo 3. Mock 3 Wolverine st., Florida. Apply at Mra. Chap man's boarding houae, 1M Kearaarg t.. .-uth For SAT aiaonn-rowm how, Ma Caledonia at.. Calumet. Mich. POR SALL 8 room nouse. No. ii,osi Caledonia st Particular at Wlek- strom Co.'s store. Pin st. SALE House No. 67 CaledonU st. Albion. for sali; Housa No. e: Oak st, Tellow Jacket. 1 mi: sale-6 -room house and bam. Apply at 363 Caledonia at m s l.lv -5-rom bouse chean. 346 Caledonia aC soap? ' "Yos'm. Me pnrtnera got. de hic cups an I wunt to scam him." Wash ington Star. Ix'irtum at Ignorance. H- tho courage to be Ignornnt of a grv number of things. In order tr I'n ion street. A - d hone la n desirable li cation. . on prem ises. t FOR S LK s room it v "y raaaaaaihte fiaAjre. 5?o i a 8t, niu Jacket, phone and electric itart't. i avoid the calamity of leinjf ignorant of '' r premlsen or ' H - ererythlng.-Sydnay Smith. , roR BAUB-7 room hca . - I 2507 D St