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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 23, 1912.
f HE CALUMET NEWI I 1 he Picture Houses (Tliia column appears Tuesdays ana Friday ) jc (ianta, a MeM.au .-iuilibrlst of , s. . ptlonal ability mill Wilson Miller In a eeaaiq miiiKirel act. aba re honors ;it the fiowii during the remainder ..i week. Ib.tu mi ii .m alii 1. 1 - miners and Itflr audknecs have been hiffhly appreciative. An excellent aa :, niiK-nt of pictures urn hedng shown. I In' 'rtueledtc has seeutvd for next . K, a IVntin w tin h should ,i ,, . ,, j.ulMf, the picture nl the-, play cin Jorrlfct, l' ihr" iv. Is. This latest musical .oineitv has not yet hen presented in Ca hi me t, and the plcfure Mil undoubtedly hi- i i, with Utter. ,.. t. (. R Ellwood. the. Chicago tenor und Melville (ilaeaem. Calumet's boy soprano, render the spotlight songs ad mirably. Animal h e-rs fecinel inueh enjoy ment In the ch ve-r :tet of Tre-vltt's won , : , rl ii I dogs which apeare(l In a re ti rn engagement at the Clund last , x . ii Itis". The animals ilisplny raw liitentfdnCO ami the manner in which their master pv.ts them thretugh thedr paces ndd not a little to tho success of tho act. The Two WMAMkM sing and euince. In addition to the usual assortment of gooei pictures, one of the 0001 Of these js the I'athe Weekly. ,. pictoral review of weekly events. Lust night wuh amateur night at the l.yrle and as usual there were plenty i . an. tut: stars, anxious to display RHEINGOLD In Kejrs and hot tics Royal Brew In hottlcs Only The Beer That Pleases In Quart and Pint Bottles ORDUR A CASIi TODAY SCHEUERMANN BREWERY ' Hancock, Calumet, South Range. fALUMET T lt I t I THEATRE Saturday and Sunday FEBRUARY 24-25 5R Hunting from an Aeroplane PERILS OF CLIMBING THE ALPS ABOVE THE CLOUDS OFFICIAL-EXCLUSIVE -INSPIRING SCENES OF "OUR NAVY" THRILLING HORSEMANSHIP TRIP THROUGH ITALY HYDROPLANE FLIGHT8 VOLCANIC ERUPTION OUR ANIMAL FRIENDS 20 OTHER BIG FEATURES Prices 25c, 35c, 50c. Matinee. Adultt 25c, Children t5e. Crown THEATER -TODAY-WILSON MILLER Musical Comedian That funny Minstrel Man JOE GARZA Mexican Equitibrist A Great Sensational Act Some Classy Pictures ROY D.MILNE In Spotlight Songs ihelr histronie ability. They p.ovid d inn h aniuseiuent. Tii v I it's trained doa will be the principal feature this v.inng. and as this probably win he the last opKrtunlt t.. see this popular ait for some months, it is likely to prove a good draw in card. A line eol leetion of pi, tuieH should prove an ad ded attraction. A new iiKbeatoa drop urtaln was i la. mI in use (lt the Lyric for the llrst tliiK) Wednesday. The People's Theater Is featurln l he ever-new passion play for the re mainder ot the week. very appropriate ly o in this period of sackcloth and ashes. The picture is In three reels. A special lilm. "How our Inelepend- nee Was Won", was the special Wash ington's, birthday feature offered last eV ening. Plans have pract ically beef com pleted by the Laurium Amusement company, for tho remodelling of the People's early In the spring. The Inter ior as well as the exterior of the play house w ill te thoroughl rono ated and several important improvements are contemplated. inoluellng increased seating capacity und more stage room. QmOTf lurkin. otherwise known as the "daredevil or motion pictures," for merly with the I'athe Frercs stock COJOBMiy, has joined the Eclair stock company. While, with the I'athe com pan he played numerous leads and beside s he-ifig a caKtble ai lor, is nn e pert rider, swimmer, oarsman, acro bat and all-around athlete. Ilia spe cialties include hiRh ellvlng and sensa tional falls from horseback. n llrst thought there would not si .. in to be any very real or even dis tant relation between a public library and a moving picture show, but that there Is children at tho reading room of the Jamaica Plain branch of the ItoetOfl Public Library has fallen off by nearly one-half since the opening f a moving picture entertainment plai in the same community. The moving ph lure as a dissemina tor of nliicat Ion on books for home reading is being presented In a disin terested way by a Madison. Wis., then tar "ner. Films illustrating the story of "Vanity Pair" are followed by a no tion telling that this and other books named may be had at the public li brary. M. S. IMidgeon. secretary f the State l"re Llhrary Commission, Hiiys the example of this moving pic ture, owner has too few imitators. A beautiful photoplay theater with a I Ht I Qg capacity of a.bmrt 1,144 will he constructed in Kalamazoo, Mich., to bo completed bj July 4. 1H1J. It will occupy the entire plot of land, si.e fif. by 100 feet, direct!? south of the liig Peck oltice building. A handsome lobby, well Illuminated. will streteh across the entite front of the build ing and the decoration will ba 1 lassv ami rich. The theater will be operated by Harry S. Waterman, who is well known In theatrical circles, having bean lessee of fourteen different thea tors in Michigan, Indiana und Illinois. of which he is still running MWenU now in tlx nearby towns to Chicago. "Moving pMures are popular aa a means of entertainment but a new use has been found for them," say- the Sheihurne N. Y.) News. "A Sandy Creek man named Smith sued the street railroad company of Rochester for damages alleged to have been sus tained by being dragged along as he was attempting to board a car. He ant on crutches and Claimed to Ik; se riously injured. The street railroad company maintained the .Injuries, were slight. A gypsy wagon encamped near Smith's bme and a moving pic ture photographer was hired to go along. Smith objected to the gy mles hanging arrtund his place and came out t dil.. them Off, going around with out using his crutches much and ap pearing to be In pretty good condition. Wednesday last the ease was tried end the moving pictures Of Smith chasing th gypsies were shown to the Jury, who awarded the plaintiff MM. Inci dentally the gypsies were not. real, but were d.te.ties disguised as wander ers for the pursse of securing evi dence." The Audubon school in North llayne avenue Chicago has set the pact by in stalling a motion picture outfit, and an effort will be made to Inspire tho chil .Iron with a fondnes, for educational Kims. Per an hour 4'" pupils were entertained recently with an instruc tive motion picture exhibition, views ol foreign countries, supplemented with songs and selections hy the eighth grade orchestra. "We are going to educate the children to appreciate something better than the lllms that are shown In ordinary The Two Wasneskas The Only Jig-cm-up Kids In a Singing and Dancing Act NEW PICTURES TODAY "Fattier and Son" A V IT A GRAPH FEATURE. "The Sheepman's Escape" JE8 ANDERSON IS IN IT. "The Desert Trail" A SENSATIONAL STORY OF THE AMERICAN DE8ERT. "Her Uncles Consent" A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY. PICTURES CHANGED AGAIN 8UNDAY. Coming Tuesday Only CINDERELLA IN THREE REELS. GRAND THEATER UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE show houses." s.n.l ('buries A. Kent, principal. ' Kvery Krblav w. will show at least two reels of rlllns N'ow that I ho s hoijl owns the ma . bine and most of the pictures are loaned to us the expense. Is very little. r,.- . n ing each month we will give u diow which the children'! parents may at tend." Mr. Kent ..H iates the machine him self "The Canals of Venice." "The Il linois Steel Mills" and "Panning With Dynamite" were lllms shown at the first exhibition. While all agree tha the moving picture shows are having more inter ested patrons than the churches, th" Stat tail CO show that In he average city eaja out of every twenty attend the moving pictures, and in New York one out of every ten. if the school .hil- diaa hn see tbem m an avefaaa it could march past a man stationed ai onto llxed Klnt. It would take them day 8 of eight hours' length. So to either local moving picture show and It is tilled. Often you can't get In and the sidewalk is lined for a block or so. Not so with local church attendance. Lectured, entertainments, dramatics, concerts are at a standstill because of the moving pictures. Now, what are the benefits of the movinu picture show? It can he said that they add to the Intelligence. There are scenes of some foreign country The audience receives a lecturettc i n travel. Then again we nre introduced to some manufacturing establishment. We see the factory hands at work. We see the jreat rolling prairies of the West. We see various phases uf city life, which were unknown to us. Again an ideal is presented and a lesson taught to people w ho would not be reached In any other way, Men and women win. bojve not entered cnureb in years go there. The woman whos. heart is bitter against her husband and who contemplates a. divorce, may have praaontod to bar the picture of a nap py home, loving wife, a veritable boa VOn upon earth. She may be brought to see that she has not done all (hat she could to make things pleasant for the mm who works all .lay To the man who is sharing his weekly Income with the gnv shop there may be presented a picture of a destitute home, with sorrowing wife and ragged children. You could not drag him to hear a sermon and even Ii you 000)14 the greatest pr.a.her on earth could not convey the message of those pic tures. The girl who has bad no moth er may see pictures where thoughtless conduct haa brought some ono into difficulty and resolve to be on her Kuanl. Are not these among the things that might be said in favor Oi moving pic tures 7 "No wonder I look haggard and worn out," coon plained a local buelnoai mar' says the Chico (Cal.) Enterprise. "I haven't had much sleep lately on ac count of my wife. She drags me around to the moving picture houses until they close, and then when we get home sh Insists on reading t me tho plots of the storiea lor HMfb motion pictures that she has thought of during the day "Say, do you know that there art women all over town trying to write scenarios for picture plays'." They call 'em scenarios, but I call them plain plots. After supper my wife Inslt-ts that I take her the rounds of th moves be she can study them. Every time a flll-um starts she tflls me to count the number of scenes in a pic ture, the number of characters and watch the development of the story. Id's getting to he-awful. "Ten cuts it t a time she saved up until she accumulated S3, and this she sent to some one in San lYabcis- I'u win. gave her printed instruction nn how to write photo-plays and how to sell them. The Instructions told her to be careful where she sent her plots because some comanies have horses and some ltave children, and you mustn't send a story with horses to a lill-um manufacturer who liasn't any plugs. If she doesn't sell a story pret ty soon I'll have to go Into bankrupt cy or chain her at homo so she can't spend all my money at the moves." ARE MICROBES IN YOUR SCALP It Has Been Proved That Microbes Cause Baldness. Professor I'nna of "Hamburg, tJer many, and Ir. Sanournnd, the loading Kretteb dermatologist, discovered that a microbe causes baldness. Their the ory has time and again bean imply verified through research experiments carried on under the observation of eminent scientists. This microbe lodges in tho Sebum, which is the natural hair oil, and when permitted to tlourlsh It destroys' the hair folllchs and la time the pores entirely close, and the scalp gruduullj takes on a shiny ap pearance. When this happens tlx re is no hope of the growth of hair bhing revived. Wo have a rem. sly which will, we honestly believe, remove dandruff, ex terminate the microbe, promote Rood circulation in the (tealp and around the hair roots, tighten and revitalise the hair rotsi and overcome Isildness, so long as there Is any life left .u the hair roots. We back up this statement with our own personal guarantee that this rem edy celled Rexall ".3" Hair Tonic will Im supplied ircc of all coat t the user If It falls to do aa we state. It will frequently help to restore gray and faded hair to Its original col or, prtfvidingr low of color has been caused by disease: yet It Is In no sense a dye. Rexall "S3" Hair Tonic accom plishes these results by aiding in mak ing every h.lr root, follicle, and pig ment gland strong and active, and by stimulating a natural flow of coloring pigment throughout the hair cells. We exact no obligations or promises we simply ask you to give Rexall '93" Hair Tonic a thorough trial and if not satisfied tell us end we will re fund the money you paid ua for It. Two j sites, prices 50 cents end 11. 00. Re nanfbnfi you can obtain it In Calu met only at our atom The Rexall Store. Vestblnder A Read. EARLY HEARINGS ON COMPENSATION LIEUT.-GOV. R08S HIGHLY PLEAS ED WITH OSBORN'S ACTION IN REGARD TO WORK MEN'S BILL. Muskegon. Mich.. 1 . :. Lieut Gov. John y. Roee. who Sat unlay r. quested Oov. OSborn to ill. advanced copies of all proposed legislation to come at Ihe special session to in. intx r- ol the leglvluturu, said today: "I am highly pleased over the ac tion ol the governor in sending copies of the proposed workingmen's com peneatlon btjl to the members) of the leglsalture. I will wire Senator WhiU of Nlles . nerange for heariims on the hill as early in the session as possible. I will 'aim win. the sneak er of the house so that the fullest at tention can be given such an Import ant matter. SpeakiiiK of Oov. Oebnrn's. s t . t -meat regarding; the presidential prim ary he said. "I am perfectly satis fied with the govern..' s action regard ing tiie proposed presidential prim ary bill." Will Submit Bill. Lansing, Mich., !' b. -Coventor (shorn said today: "The workingmen's compensation bill lias already been forwarded to th no rubers of the legislature. This bill together with a copy of the findings of the commission appoint.. l by mo, on request of tho legislature, will be In the hands tf tho legislature within a lew days This ia oiu of the questions which I v 1 1 . i II submit for their consul oration. The attention Involve on of considernibte study, snd. tin- com mission appointed to investigate con ditions have framed a bill. "There win no doubt be several primary hills Introduced, and for this reason I do not deem it wise to semi the numbers a copy of aiiv bill which ! have in mind. So long as the prin ciple of the presidential primary is carried out, that is all I wish, i have no definite bill which I have settled on, and as I said before I do nd desir to dictate to the legislature. It will be up to them. There are some other queatloni lhat will be subniltt.d. no doubt, but they should not take nnj greet amount of time or consideration and outeidfj of the workingmen's compensation bill I do not know of any other bills that will i.e given the moiiheis for conoid erat ion." ELBERT HUBBARD NAMES THE TWENTY GREATEST WOMEN OF WORLD. Albert Hubbard. In the San I'rancis- " Examiner, says:v' I am in receipt of a small kippl from some kind reader of "The Exam iner." Among other thing-, the gentle mnn says: "f h.-.vo read your list of twenty great nun with pleasure and profit. Would it be possible to . ompih ,i list of twenty women who aro the equals of the men you name?" It is not consistent to compare a railroad train with an orange grove, oi a moon'ight night with a steel mill. Also. It is as unfair to compart men and women as It is absurd to com pan men, because Cio.l never dupli ates - especially great folks. However, at a hazard, I will name twenty women who deserve to rank, shoulder to shoulder, with the twenty world makers: 1. SAPPHO, poet, teacher, phllosn her Aristotle, in many respects lh best ballasted, mo t efficient man wh.'i ever lived, said of Sappho: "Her work in p... ry iH equal to that of Homel and all poets and pblloaophers she. her time have l n profoundly In fluenced iy her utterances." 2. Bl'TERPK, pm1oepher. dlplo. mat. teacher, mother. She Incurred thl jealousy and the wrath of main meti in A i hens, i 'ommonphtee peopl i 1 1 never so honored. They accused her thus: "You nre an alien!" Her answer was: ' Yes, I am an alien, but my son is Theinlstocles." She wan counsellor a til adviser of her son. the man who founded the grandeur that was i ; i ,. . :i SP.si.v, counsellor, Inspirer, friend and wife of Pericles, v. ho tool: Up the work of Themistoeles and car ried It through to a successful con clusion, and under whose leadership sculpture, drama, poetry, and physi cal culture reached perfection, if ever. i. CORNELIA, mother of the Grai chi When some Roman ladle o'clock were boasting of tbeir gauds and finery, the two aons of Cornell;, entered the room. The prou.I mother led them forward and said: "Th. - ere my Jewels." She was the teacher of her ons, and when their power be- oame supreme she was their chief counsellor, adviser and friend 5. CLEOPATRA. Queen of Egypt. beloved by .lulius Ceesar, the greeti - mah of Initiative tho world has ever seen: afterward wife of Mark Antony. Plutarch says "Oleopatt i i always a ruling queen: she received embas sies from every coentry In the world. and prided herself on being able to address each iimbHssador In his own native tongu. " She knew history, and was an adept in philosophy, science and statecraft. 8. HYPATIA. the world's worst mar tyr to free thought, and new thought, organizer of women's clubs and a uni versity for women. She was the flr.-t woman to demand equal rights for women before the law. She pleaded for opportunity. Her religion was that of monism, which Is fast beconrtir the religion of today, snd whi.h will be the religion of the future. 1. MARY WOLLflTONSOItAPT, au thor of the ' Rights of Women," and the able assistant of Dr. Johnson In com piling his dictionary. Xo author write. on the subject of woman's rights or hamuli rights today without quoting Mary Wollstouecruft. I KLIZAUKTH I KV a Quakeress, who reformed the prison sv -nm of England and gave us a new tree tin OOd of the Insane. She was the mother of a hijf family, a good cook, and a mod. I housekeeper. She knew how to make money and save It. She was an orator and a writer. She sal.' to the king of France: "Thee should build no dark cells in thy prison. ' Ami the king said. "Why." And her answer was He cause the.- and thy children -hall oc cupy them." 9. RC'SANN'A WESLEY, founder ol the Methodist church, mother of John nnd Charles Wesley, and of sevente other little Wi sh' s. She pn-in-hed to the people from tavern steps, in grave yards, on the streets. She did her own housework, and was a woman of sin gular power and strength of character 10. CAROLINA HKKSCHEI.. as tronomer, musician, scientist. She lived to be a hundred years old; efficient to the last. At seventy she CllWhofl a 'adder and paint.. I he own house, be cause she did not care to call a man for assistance. 11. SAIt.MI WEls'.W ( U . Inspirer. partner, and wife of Josiah Wedgwood, founder f Etruria, inventor f the fa moue Wedgwood art pottery. Sh was the grandmother f a world maker Charles Darwin -and in degree Daff win was heir to her patience, her per sistency, her purpose, and her genius. 1L'. AN'.N'i: Hl Tt 'HIXS. , vv ho Jlrst expressed free thought in Amerle i; or ator and thinker; mother eif Bfteen Children banished from lioslon; per Isheel in the wilderness. 13. LETIZIA U iTHSe llll.l toono. mist and teacher; mother Of five great girls and five great hovs. He r t.ve boys were maele harems in a single day, nnd the- girls w.n-ld have- be-. n we-re- it not for the accident e)f sex. 14. ELLA FLAG4J YOUNG, teacher, writer re-former, executive, is. Mtts rrffi'i Mil IT It. bttBlnwaa v ..in nn. ' Iln. ne icr. lettcher, humanist: is never in the spotlight, but wields a : BREAKS UP A COLD AND CURES GRIPPE. ft Yon can surely end Grippe and break up the most scve-re e-old edther in head, chest, hack, stomach or limbs, by taking a dose of Pape's Coin Compound every two hours until three consecutive doses are' taken. It promptly relieves the most miser able1 headache1, elulliii ss. hcael and nose stuffed up. feve'rishness, sneezing, se.re lb Wat, mucuous catarrhal elis. ha I ges, running of the nose, sonmess, stiffness atnl rheumatic twinges. Take this harmless Compounel as elirectcel, without interferenee1 with your usual eluties anil with t he knowl edge thai there Is nn othe-r meilieine made' anywhere .1-. In the werl.l whie h will cure your e-olel or e'lul (Jrlppc mis ery as promptly aim without any edhe-r assists nee or bail Hfler-effects as a L'5-eont package of Pape's Cold e'orn pounel, whle-h any druggist in the world can supply. Tape's Cold Compeuind is the result of three yeas' research nt a cost of metre than fifty thousand dollars, and eolntains no quinine1, whle-h we heva conclusively demnrfstraled is Bftt ef fective in the treatment of colds or grippe. SPECIAL. Athena underwear for women and children in fall and winter weights now on sale at T. A. BAWDENfJ, LAURIUM MUSIC SCHOOL 126 LAKE LINDEN AVE. A. ESPEL AND ELEANOR A ESPEl. IS LAURIUM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. COPPER RANGE HARDWARE CO. Largest nnd most cemplete stoe k at plurutlng and heating geods in Laur ium. Special attention given to re pairing, also a full line of genera' hdwo., pnrfnts, oils, builders' eupplies. COPPER CITY BOTTLING WORKS. Our eoft drinks are pure, healthfu. and invigorating. Made by modem sanitary machinery, cnabl.'ua; us to quote special to parties and entertain ments. Phone 241. CllCACO DECORATING CO. Artistic Interior decorating In moet .nodern style Paper hanging, tinting hardwoed finishing. Picture framing, plate moulding, mlrnn- resllvered. fur- nlturereflnished. F. Pentzold. Phone 3R7. CENTRAL HOTEL. I Osceola Street. Laurium. Special rates by week or month. Special attention to transcient trade L. U Distel. Phone 267-1 Pure Fresh Cream and Milk received dally. Phone i'' l. MICHELENI e BARTA8S0 WHO'S YOUR TAILOR? We are turning out a great numbe, of suits for spring, have we your order ' We know how to build a suit that la stylish. Cleaning, pressing snd repair Inn, Julius osanirh, Cpr. Kim A ft! h LAURIUM BUSINESS DIRECTORY MJ Queer tree the cocoi ! I town in Trinidad it grows in the damp and in the heat. Its hright red fruit h borne directly upon its trunk and not upon the smaller branches, as ordinary fruit L,rrows. Queer tree! Nature seems to have very wide and Important InflUimne The only woman in the world whose life is insure el for one million dollars. i;. cui: BARTON, teacher, aae cuttve, launder of the ite-.i Croai In ciely; speki n of hv Abraham Ltncota the1 most able and nob! woman bti hael ever nut Exponent of peine, ot common se-nse- in rclislon end odlBBB- tie.n, advocate uf the rights of w u. i hlldren ami dumb animals. Roe Ipienl of tii.. Lesion ni Honour from Prance, the Iron Cross frem Germany. and i. any other . rations and aOBfaaft 17. MAUV BAKJEU 'i K1mV. Who haa diluted (he power of the inah preacher and the- male do tor one half. Two million people believe in her implicitly. A hundred million are- m f'u. n ed in the ir dally lives anil daily thinking thr niv.ii her philosophy. is. AtdOE HUBBARD, boueeki nor, nioth.-r. eoonomUTt, teacher, Factor su pertntendont, Carmer, natal manager, writer, ineaker, humanist. in. MME omtiK teacher, i tientlet discovery of radium; ree-lplenl of the- Neb I pi i.i1. Bb. scsa.n 0, AJfTHONT, i ii.-i.ii hy birth and InatlMct, orator, writer, hnmnnltirtan. rotr eAfar abet) v .-ar liv ing an active, expanding pnhlle life: i-xpressing herself forcefully, yet with- e.ut beat, on evaw propm telan MOM who knew her loved her. those who did not love her eliej not know her. NEGROES GREAT FIGHTERS. Not Many Colored Boxers Have Lack ed Requisite Courage. Many follow i s ef sporting eveatl take unseemly delight In calling a man yellow." f a lighter shows the1 least MADAM Let us do your baking. Our kitchens are spotlessly clean; fresh nlr in abundance. We use the fine-st Hour and purest Ingredients. EGGEN efi. HOYEM, Hecla St., Laurium. SKATES & SKIIS at DUPONT GARAGE. Skate Sharpened. WE MAKE CLOTHES For Mrn ( PENINSULA HEATING & PLB. CO. and Womc'i who appren-late the oppor tunity of te-uring mora than ordinary i Let us figure on a heating plant for satisfaction at price that 1st reason able. Pressing, Repairing and Clean- I" E. K. NEEB, Third St., Laurium. Crry it Home with you. Buy for cash at GOURD BROS. Meat Market. And Save Money. HAIRDRESSING A SHAMPOOING. Hrlng us your combings. We will make them into switches. Parlors for electrical facial massage?, manicuring and chiropody. McLaughlin A Kelly, over Faucett & duck's office JOHNSON MILLINER. Heels street. A ,P,K, "nation of the season's lat- i ''"cation in millinery is being ale- P'J. MOnnj wth stunning models from emr own workrooms. MAC LE'8 LIVERV STABLE. g? f oab service Hiiv or rvurht Hunk, fiimlih,. , - for funerals and etc. Haggaae hauled to and from trains. Special attention to boarders. Malcolm MacLeod. Phone . NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL. Six regulation billiard and peiot ta bles that are kept In good vndltlon, with good Mghta and courteous atten tion. Leading brands clears and cigar ettes Agts for Markbeun's box candles. FRESH MILK RECEIVED DA 'LY NELS NELSON OSCEOLA. ST. LAURIUM. distinguished it that man might not over look his most delicious and wholesome bever age. There is no other cocoa like Van Hou ten's none so deli cious none so strong. At your grocer's -today for a quarter. liallnaflen to quit. er if in the t?iik eot of the light he slows up for som.j reason, perhaps to ...nservei his forces, ami It turns out that he is batatas, th first thing that e emes into Hi1 minds of listlc de-voteea is the accusa tion. "He's not gam.-. ' BnpeolaOy is this attitude applied to naffjra pugilists. ' There has lieeqi , a'ise-. of course1, many iiegio whalers having been troimw'.t with a lack of courage. Uut e xceptiens hae he-en noted. Some of the best hghie-r. sin .- the time of Klgtg hae boan negroes, says tho Eve-nlng Wis consin. I'.-t.!- Jackson, for instance-. 'J'hc treat Wfeat Indian adef battle. i Jim Oorbett sixty-one- rounds te a draw. Tli.ti again there- vvere eJeMoge (iod fi.v, llrst colored champion heavy -wi'lgiii of America, and Frank "t : i i . the "Harlem Coffe1- foeder." Then are .one- trulv remarkable mgr.. fighters today - Johnson, Langferrd. Jeennette, M Vta but en aplcndtd trio of negro holtlefl is fereinie)st in pugil is . hi his tory. It was e-oiiipoced of eholge Iixen. ' Joe ; im and .1 W lleott, Oixol), ihe ! first ngro world's e-hampion; (Jans, of bMUh QUI fcime-; Walcott. the Harba- Idoeeerror, aftjeaa heaei was se -iesf to ni.s siuuilders that it was next to hnpoeelbta to h it him. All thre- won , Ihe highe st honors the ring can be stow. Dixon was ruler of the feather I wedghts and bantums. Cans of the ; lightweights, und Walcott beiame mas ter of the welters. A century age there vxrc In all Fhirope only 2'' e-lties with more than iae,aa inhabitants. - M. E. O'BRIEN INSURANCE. Insurance Is a good sound business . propos- and a man cannot do bet- ter in taking a life Insurance policy with the Detroit Life Insurance Co. First Nat. Hank Bldg., Laurium. PAULL'S CASH MEAT MrrfxET. Choicest cuts of fresh und salt meats. Rtaple and fancy groceries, milk, but ter and ens. Special discounts for ash First class sausage of all kinds Thos. Paull. Phone 12. your home. Now Is the time to have It done. All work guaranteed. REYNOLD'S MEATS. Our meats are the best that are ob tainable. All are government Inspect ed and have our personal guarantee of freshness. Service prompL Phone 101. H. E. SANGSTER D. D. S. . Just In Csrlosd of Drsught and Driving Horses. Saxby et McDonald Stsble, Lske Linden Ave., Lsur.u.-n. THE DIGNITY OF A CIGAR ' depends on the rich,,, ss of Its : mm ,, ,. ... . e.. . i.s a -arane-e ami me Kind of men w hi. . ,, ,. ie Try a Dan Pat. h and sec what we mean. FRESH FRUITS A VEGETABLES RECEIVED EVERY DAY. USE YOUR PHONE. JOSEPH 8WYKERT. 1ST 8TREET. nvrfONE 434. THE THISTLE BAKERY. We make a specialty Cf home matt bread and cake, net our nreaa tee jandw-iehee. phone Hi for the fine Bceeh baking John Duakip, 42" Heo nt La u i taw.