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r SATURDAY. MARCH 30, 1912. THE CALUMET NEW!. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS By Fred . Leipziger SAN I'A YOU KNOW TH15 L A MS ALICE CjfcEaC vVEPDlfU ) I dan AND we MUJTn't RR- J ICj'tT TO JEND THE YoUNC J people A. THLEtfRAtf----' fALL MCMT.MA'.'I I'LL WAIT OMT A; nice mn-t'c senj Li int.ii i v-cevc jTTOMe 'NCVtK NUND YOVMJ. ' PORTic sr J4 rWKNT. '-L Tfe-UC VOL WhAT TO What . ,t Rr. ii !$ MAY YOO wvve A NAPPV Ah r, JOYOUS MARRIED LIFE LIK OUKS HAS BEEN" (INT THAT DEUGWTf-VL. And to ths pcin r CytU SB ML THSRtTX TMIRTfrCN WKFUS IN THAT AND Trt-.& AKl CMLV TEN fRDS AL oWU tN 1 Ml- KfiJiCAH ' 1 Ai'L AND VJfc. Pon t want io pai an LXTKA DfcJlDk -i THIK ffcfeN IS UNLUCKY ANY WAY r ! I i 1 : , . F ... m -lT A ALL - N dBBBBBl I (WHM vi WANT to ro IS TO UC. THf eiACE- BY THREE W0RP ANt CffeT IT IN AT KtCUCARRAIT VitViL ?ot 'T- "HAY VOU have- A HAPPY AND JO MAhkifcD L-iEtr. like cu' HAi BEEN '- iT'3 BA5V V TO F IK 1 OUT OUT THE. L s f "HAPPY AND JOYOUS" hRoM THAI sjsPPsgJj ot-t I AND IT L.L V JUST WICJHI J At that Father knew what he was talking about J Laurium Department WRITES TO GEISMAR. HOLD CARNIVAL ON THE STREETS PARK ASSOCIATION TO PETITION COUNCIL FOR AUTHORITY MERRY SCRAP IN PROSPECT. bounded on th north Bee dad street, from Tallinn t In Tamarack ami Third l rev t, Hum Tamarack to IsU Unynle. I in I'ewabic ind b Seventh fired (ton l'i v. able to Calumet. Route '1 Includes the northern got - tinn of the village ami the business ee luhlishim nls on l'itt street. It in titules all rtsidints north af a lint drawn from CialUKl Ul Tamarack OH iOOond. smith on Tamarack to Third ami east tn Isle Roy ale. Route Inctud oil of Florida i.hm- tlni) arnl a jart Ot Laiiriuin. It is hounded "'I III BOjth ami msI bj Bovontb sunt. Powoiblc ami PLfth, The onVflU Of Ihc Uuirlum I'.nk a poclati n have mmU- plans ti petition im tfUagi epnaetl ttw uf l,,t' striM ts ot th vtllM r,,r ,,,,, attrac tions of tin- I'nitcil Shows company, v hi Ob ur to 1h- ItroiiKht Imre lor tht annual mldnummor cprntval. iuririK the week of July Fourth. Tlmy lcl conlhlint that pirmision will f mnted anil that the carnival will p. ail. urioro oonular with the roshh-nts 01 the town for tbla reason. One of the dlroctoTH of the assniia tii n. lit an interview yestenlay. stated that the i pie of Laurium are tndiR- nant over the action taken hy bunfnedi n:en of Red J ket In InHnsMlf a rival enrnlval company bore for that week They real that It Is an envious effort to offset tlx siKH-ess of the luirlum car nival, and as Laurium was first on tbe grouadi take the poottloa that Red Jackd ihOttld have been more neigh borly, enough to at h ast letnain out of the held until the Laurium carnival had passed. Uiurlutn people have al- v.ays cohtrttnited larfeely t the su. - ceee of Red Jacket enterprises of this kind, said the director, an ! laU year it uas announced the mid-summer car tval was to be an annual event. T his voar e carnival waa planned anl i" contracts oloaed eoveral weeks in lore the matter was even considered in Rett Jacket and the residents of Lantiimi ean Rod no Justification for the aetton of Red Jacket boaineaa men. I Mi heliee that the Bplrlt of Tlve nml 101 live" should have prevailed. Laurium merchants are Iwuinnitm t lake a keeti interest, in the eltuation in,,' promise to take an active ! ;'" ' the rivalry for atronuo whe h Isal- most eerUln to follow. They will mak- aa effan to provide the likk Pdurtl of July celebration ever attempted ii the town, and feel confident that th. LAtrVlum residents will be loyal in their support. FOR FREE DELIVERY. Final Preparation for Establishment of Service in Laurium Pinal preparations have been mailt rr the ist.itiiishmeiu oi .i iT.e deliver v,.rvicet the Laurium postotbee, com- meeu Ina Monday. The iett r "xm and the combination letter and paper boxes will be nlnced in position Monia .nninlnir ami the carriers will begin n,.. .Uitrihution of mall. The rout oesiKnat.il (Of the various pstm.n are as follnws: Koule is the principal business dis trict in the center of the town. PLAN SPECIAL SERVICES. Passion Week to be Observed at the Laurium M. . Church. Commencing Monday evening. I'ns sion Week services will be conducted at the LaaHun bf. L. church earli evening next week. A tine program luuj been prepared for the pen i' as follows: Monday evening Rev. C. I Adams speaker; Miss Mrtle Uray. soloist. Tueada) evening Rev. M. R. Rldred, speaker; Mrs. Tom Perry, soloist. Wedneada) evenlni ib-- M. H. W- died, epeojcer; Miss Myrtle Gray, so loist. Thursday evenlni Rev, B. U PCl - king borne, epeafeer ; Mrs. M. n. li- dred soloist. Friday evening - Ri v. M. H. EKkml, speaker; Mra Tom Perry, soloist. Faster Sui.dav Special music by t.ie choir, morning and evening; Baptlam and reception of new member in morning. Speelul ptogram hy the Sundav school In the evening. The con teat which has been in pro- ress between the Keil and Line stiles of the LexJiea ii aoolety of the church will come to a close at a social and en tertainment to be held this- evening. A novel and InteYeetlnf prqgrani baa b I prepared and the public is cordially in vited tq attend. During the eveMIlM the ladies will relate their experiences In eurning mone) fof the church fund LAURIUM BREVITIES Fred A. Larson Gets Information Con cerning Apples and Alfalfa. Lao m. Qolemar, of the Mlcn'fgaa Fx periineiit Station has written Fred A. I .arson, of this city. In response to a request as tin what are the best lands for growing alfalfa, and also apples l ent suited fOf BOWhsg In this dls- tt 1. 1. Here la Mr. Qetamar! reply, tad M should be ot interest to farimrs, IruH towers and others: The following are th' most desir able apples lor vnur neighborhood: Summer varletlea, TetoreK) ami vci- low transparent; .aity fait, Pueheaa uf oldcnburg and Cbarlatnoff; l1, 1,11 Hibernal and (Ihleon; earh winter. Wealth) and l.ntrtield . kite er later I'ewauke.. Noi thvv. stern '.i eenlmt. and S nil's UTnii i. "If your land at TolVOti Is well drained it egg be made to mow wu - ccssfully. If the water is apt to stUN on it fof il dav or longer it must bi dained first, for It is usdesn living In raise ahlta mi water-sonUi d land, i am anxious to dtnonstrate that iltal fa will succeed In M cases but 'f lno where farmers tried It apd made rallure pi it. I am going to devote mj whole time after this awuy frpm hen ii doing extension work, and 1 shull lake up U. stion.s con. . rmm; alfalfa ami other eropa whareveT a naeoting ol ten or mote farmer can be arranged ami the farm eni are willing to'foHoar instructions which will -liable them o lUCCeed, l Vbtttd then-lore suggesi that yon arrange lor oavn mewvws of farmer who are anuini to trv ai- ralfg again, and if fW l m know a week or so ahead, i sn.ni ai- lange io come to look ever the ground tUd let each one know what is needed to make alfalfa a success. "Alfalfa wus a failure at llrst 00 the Royvrofl farm at Sidnaw in vour oun tr. I started it four years ago gad it has been " gUOOaaa there ever -dme. Thara 's a raajon, therefore, why we should not aueceed at Totvoka, but not knowing th asaCi location I c.i.not. of course. tli beforehand. I shall know, however. Ill less than an hour sitter I have looked the ground ovefc and I am reasonablv certain that al falfa will thereafter he a success at Toivola. Very respedl ull ;. ours, I. co m. lelanaar." Mr. Qetangjra isutgeatlon undogot' lv Will U acted on. SPORTING DEPARTMENT -vwrvv i,i uvv hU V i 'IINI1I II I IIU IMIJILIIIUUJ UUHUULIUit WANTS TO MEET LEHTO PLAN ATHLETIC MEET FOR U. EDDIE M'GOORTY SETS UP P. MARQUETTE NORMAL MAY TAKE INITIATIVE IN ARRANGING EVENT FOR HIGH CHO0LS. WILLING TO WRESTLE FOR SIDE BET OF FIVE HUNDRED. CLAIM TO CHAMPIONSHIP i n.w n. Copper Country Finn. Mrs. Joseph Williams is undergoing treatnv ni at the Calumet public hos pital. Willluni Rest Ian has accepted a po sition at the otll. e of J. A. Minnear . Co. Tl... 1 n..rinm colim il W 111 hold US regular meeting for April tu-xt T'u tliiy evening. U.-n D. Noetel. chief ekrk of Tr.nw.iml.iiii mine was a visitor Laurium voatetday, Little Oatdla Odgjer, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Odgers of liiuiium cut. i -tallied a large party of friend .it his home one evening this week, the iK.a- sion Mini the tifth annlveraan of nl!4 birth. the 111 Proof of Elephant's Sagacity. Elephants are always quoted as be ing the most sagacious of uuimals. A Btory comes from Hotnbay. India, of one wIjo saved the life of an artil leryman recently. The titan wa acated on the tumbril of ouc of the gun, and fell off almost under the hind wheel, rue eiepnam was juov behiud the gun and saw the danger the man was In. He lilted the wheel with his trunk, and kept it held up until the carriage had passed quite clear of the man. The act was wit nessed by an officer of tbe artillery. It Is No man should be conceited girl cant smile at him without making him think he Is the OB UN of her good gg t lire. Th Sufferer. Ibis 0 Is the size of the headache that ho had when he started for the banquet. And this o Is the size of tbe headache that kept hint out of church Chicago Hecord-Herald. An athletic meet at Marquette gut ng the month of June, in which teams lepresentiiitf all of the high schools of he upper peninsula would paitleipgt I the plan of the Marquette Normal school. Prof. f. d. smb. atbletu di- rector of the xchool is now in Chicago consulting athletic authorities at the Cnlversity of Chicago concerning plans for this meet and probabt) will have something definite to announce soon "on ei nin ' the li opo-.-l plans. tht Marquette Mining Journal says: "To bring the high school here th athletic fund of the Normal school wiil be drawn on, each high school to tit entitled to five representatives kvllOM expenses will he Mid. t The copper oiintrv has it track meet every year In which an unlimited mini b, r ir..in eadi hlah s.-hool nre en- leretl. duggeationa for an upper pen insula track meet hove been made b the opcr country echools at vai i.ais times, but no school hus offered to limin.e tin- roKMltlon. With New born hearlilj in favor of a meet, and inviting MatnuetMJJ to take the initia tive there is hardly a chance for the propoaltlon to fall throt -rh. Should all the arrangeni.M- ne sot lafactory to the .schools concerned, the inei t wiM be held the tirst week in .June, ugd the details will be In the band at the Normal school. The fart thai the expenses of five entrants Iloill each school will be paid will not bar the schools from entering other athle tes. The official will all be from the Normal s,ho..l. and the Normal school entrant will not coat pete for points, it is boned t" induce all ihi school In the upper peninsula to enter the track teams. Im hiding Hand Ste. Ma tie, Kseanaba, Ifessemer Menominee. iron ilauhtaln. Oalaanet Hancock, Houghton, l.ilo- Linden. IAt :wiiin Mnalslikg, Isbpemrhg, Ragaimce, New ben ami Marquette. t'u ulars are being prepared at tm Normal which outline the plan and the-- will in sent to the carious high SthoolM. In order that the Normal - hool ath letes mav tt.-t their powis against foemen worth) of their steel, efforts will be made to arrange a dual meet with the Michigan College of Mints Ruth a meet would prove Intense!) ln twisting, there being seme remark ubie athlete at the Moughi n Inatltu Mpn. This plan lias od he n suggis. etl. but It is hoped the meet can br an aged." THINKS VICTORY OVER HUGO KELLY GIVES HIM HONOR. fome of Those Who Saw Scrap A Dispocsd to Dispute Title, hieago, March id. addl Mc; 1 has plaeed a strangle hold on tb. middle VA -eight championship and an nouncea to ih,- world thai he la read) mi wining to defend the title against all comer. The oshkash sluggei bases his i laims upm his dt i.ive rit -lory over Hugo Keilv last vvek ai Kenosha. McOOOTty Nsgy he hasty II his demunds frr recognition, aa lie showed none too strenn a a kno. ki r out in the mix with Kelly. According to the opinion "f most boxing fans, a champion must l. ai, . to hit with either hand, musi have staving iiuallt its. must be endowetl with narv and rtcloUenaag, anti must be able to BprlUg all invincible deli use. McOOOTty showed some Of these ipial, ties. He proved sttoti.; ami aajgres slve. He ktpl after Kdlv. showed u clever dfoao, fainted even better thag the veteran, and his punches carried Hie sting. The ipialities that Mcf.oi.rty has OOt, or that he kept under rover with Kell, an- most essential to a cham pion. MeOoort) proved i one-handed boxer, who protects his right hand al wavs ami uses M bit for the batter ing ram. Also it might b sahl that MoOOOrty failetl eolisitli rablv in tie boui ay not stopping Kelly. McQkMM lv also covered Up manv times to RVOld the well meaning blows of Kel- . and man.v asserted that In this the le-hko.-h man shovvcl a Inching in li'TVC, for Kellv was in distress HIM! of the time and vvus entirely unable to swap punches with MoOoorty, Tlie fame ol Karl Lento, wrest'.! i. is Sirt adiog. Not so very long ago. i h mighty l-'lnn was compeiled to ,.soin a virv humble attitude In seekina matohaa and th nag) lop no ten fa in the gnat wi re gone la aggjat to n af ii..- his claim on t heli attention lt t.u'e a inat.ti eottko be secured With Zbvsko, it was iiee,s;-tr to weiitl two personal emlsMirieH to Dstluta l" confer with the Poles manager, who had to be shewn in the matter of atteinlan.. ami conditions binding the match Now however it is different. BaCg dav, Karl, who has progress. ' satll t it ntl in Fngliwh to sisrl hh his own manager, reclves a voluminous mail ami maiij oft era of inaKhes. Only this week was Karl . halk tiRed by Shasnius, the iJretdi. whom he de Eaalad Saturday evening, for a return mutch Wtth a side tiet of $.'.0n. untl now d Woigast in a twetitv -round inutt at that plgS on Jul 4. Although soinouluit surprised at tsg nuery, Dunn on weighing th propooi tlon from all angles, replied thai ad would mat h Kilhane v.ith WulgaKt for the light w eight championship, pro vided that Wolgsist would got insist on being given all the money. "Wolgast did a lot of loud talking iiiii ni'iiiitni tnere au.r jonnnv hi defeated AIM Atteii." Maul Iuniu Th.- talk reached Torn MdCaryg ears and Tom tloes n-d h.sitate to sav that Johnn can give Ad quite nn angnassat. Asgraw, ne thinks s w,ll Of it that he is tlguring en th n.atch. : NEW YORK LEADS : AUTOMOBILE LIST, v X-I"! -X- v-X-X-X-H -I-X-X -I-X- X"I Albanv, N. Y.. March SO. The cen sus taken on March 1 shows that her. are 342.0H registered automobiles in the Fnited States, which jiay .i total tr naii af $2.SiiO.(K)0 Of all the aatonaobgea only 17,000 are trucks. Ah, re thati 4immi gglgfaegdla were registered in New Targ state betwasgj l ines Charley Callender. otlierw ts 1 January 1 and the first day of the pre nt month, the license fees from the registration reaching the total of gg,ggg, Of thCHe cars about '..4' 1 are trucks. Nev. Yiuk bails all the slates' In the numoer of tars registered, t'oii fornla being second with L'.."(iO, penn sylvanla with 26.000. Ohio with .:..tuti Illinois with '.'3.000. Massachusetts with jii.iii'ti. Iowa with l.tMMi and New J.r se with lt,ag follow next in ..nbr. California, lunuver, neiveN only f.e.,10 in llrnass fees, while Pesaa- vlvania get- $Jt;.'..tsni Massachusetts 1'67. 000 ami Illinois $207,000. known as the Mysterious Conductor, with a similar dell. He writes the sporting editor of The News as fol lows: "1 understand there !s a Finnish wrestler at Calumet. Mich, by the name of Karl I.rhto. who is thought to be a wombr I would like to gel a mat. h with him and tw-t him ggg part of Ugd I run heat him. I do not Mr what his w.ight Is. I will not vtigh more than lvi pounds and ai beat any man In the world at 1... pounds for a side bet. Sll VtlYcmfw I p shrtnu etnfw (Signetl). Charb-v Chullnder The Mystartau baaaheetar t'hainpioii Light Heav.vwtdght of tlu Wot Id." X"H" X"XJ"JX-' . I assl Pictures Changed Saturday and Sunday SPECIAL ATTRACTION SATURDAY & SUNDAY FRANK SIMONICH NOTED BASS SINGER -ALSO- MELVILLE GLASSON FAMOUS BOY IN SPOT LIGHT SONGS -COMING-- Uncle Tom s Cabin MONDAY AND TUESDAY IN 3 REELS. Skating and Dancing T0NJGHT THE ICE IS FINE May be your lastop portunity to SKATE this year. xvv,t'I-"v"''X' v WORLD'S SERIES HERO : MAY QUIT BASEBALL. Philadelphia. 1'a.. March 110. 4 John Franklin Baker dsoj retire S front baseball ai the 1 nil of the ! ! season. He admitted that it ! I was possibh- that lie vvoabl gUg V I- anil retire to the Maryland farm ! which he has purchased. Mak- I- er oidnes he now has plenty ! of money with which to start ! ! in some other line af endeavor I : and believes that he might as J J- well tplit the game at the end 4 '.' of th 1911 season bclo re he gets ! many more spiklngs. a .X-v-!-X--,X','I"!MX,,t""I".',,!"I"".-v ATHENS WANTS OLYMPIAD. Greek Athletic Committee Planning to Lnd 1910 Meet. Chicago, March 80.- There Is an t ther tdvinimltl brewing and it is c. m Ing oil at Athens, tlreece. In HI4. A mensber of I be Ortsft, Amertean Ath for this stati mi nt, and he is a year ly visitor to his home country. The Creeks m already at work on their coming meet and King Oeorge'a government, wiiicn nas - ipeiviseo .... two iiiMUtdatls that hnv. bSSg run off in the Athenian Btajslum. has started Ha gsachlnery going. Ctnunlttee are being formed and Btone) Is being so licited . t 'home r- r tl: Importation of teams of athietei fi g tliat take pari In the athletic festi v als. Il was the original intention nf the tlreek olympian comm. tie,- to hold an Olpnipald at Alliens every four vears This plan would have brought a meet in itlg, but timing the greater ott of that vear tirceee faced a revolution, so athletic festivities had t be post- ptNsed for fogr year The areata gn nil Stirred UP adth enthusiasm for the 14 otyaaplad. TO APPOINT SULLIVAN. President Taft Will Be Urged to Make Him Commissioner to Games. New York. March 30. - A commit tee from the irbaa-Arnerican .vimcm- club of this, city will go to Washing ton tu-xt week to urge President Tafi to appoint Jam. s ft Sullivan Ain. ti lon commissioner to the Olympic ggggfg which will be held at St... k holm next summer. Prattically all the other athletic clubs of lagport antf In the east will take Msg Bar ac tion within a fortnight Mr. Sullivan was the Igssrlegn 'P lesetit.ttivc at the St. LoUSI gaim the Athens games and the London games. NEW MAJOR LEAGUE PARK. tramp thinks In -I esn't have P worK roi a living, but nmst men would want double ggf 10 substitute lot httfti Cincinnati Team Meets New York Americans In Exhibition Gam. Cincinnati. Mar. 30 Incinnuti aagg ball fans were given their tirst oppor tunity to view the new giounds tisla; when the home team lined up tor. in hibition game with the New York Americans. The tow part tag gag among the finest basirmlt paaghl m the ...untrv. It cost In the lgggiiil hood of a anarlsr ol minion doihtra. The gianilaianag aavUlana and bleacher ;,re of steel and i c-enlot ccd Cags rStS ami the entire seating gggaxK) Is hIhuU it,agg, dddd$dX"',XX"X,X,,X--: 4- t : TY COBBS THEORY IS v TO KEEP OPPONENTS v ON THE DEFENSIVE. T C.l b, wi ns,- li.ilitv as a Uittel and i has., runner gives him a cer tain authority to exploit his views has death! t ideas of hlS SOW gg 10 how a player should conduct himself while cavorting around the si ks say the New York World. which prints the fallowing interview with Drtnett'a fnaaon pgsyr. AI v theory of tiasi ball is to kei tile opposing leU.Hl oil the defensive, says the QUOTSt Peach "Wiun I am on the bases I try all the lime to gel .- hVir the home plate as possible 1 overlook no hunce. It's keeping the yes anil thoughts on the sack ahead that enables one to score runs. I be lieve in taking every chance in reason to advai e on the bases. T mv mind. base running Is a simple problem Every man has his own way of slid ing. He can seldom improve on that Hut the fielders meet with a different I. .ml of ii plav on the runner almost i vii y ball that's pitched "r thrown so Lb chanoei are favor of the runner as against the fielder. That' hv ran can afford to lake chances. There's always th possibility th. hehler dropping a throw, mu-'lng M a Hy or throwing poorly . "I have matte It :i rule to go as far I can while running bases. I have been lucky In this tespect. I mv.i pay anv attention to the cachersv In -tagSo I believe that a man on base should hnv his own Judgment. He has to know In a flash what to do in the case of a fly ball, a irrounder or a throw. The Peltiers on tile othtl hand, have the plays Ogitied out in rtranrr They think beforehand whether t" throw to se. ond. la third or whatever tho right play may be i:ut the runner must think after the rail is hit oi throw MATCH AD AND JOHNNY. Fight Between Light and feather Weight Champions Possible. Cleveland, t .. March 30. Johnny Kittens moy dn battle for the ight wtiaht champloudilp of the world in lh. ne ir future. Today Man.n , Jimmy Dunn received a taJffJSjp Mdl L, t .r.r.!'le as'-clng him if he would t..., .,....,xi. u.o Id talher have iit.les ... .t .i,..i.iiui limn In then sh.n there U that much p.tde in the wor.,.. I ct.nMddf an offer for Johnny hj BajgU 4- HERE AND THERE X--X"-X'vX"XX"XXv X"X--X F.nring a offend the farmers and dairy intertsts on the eve of the presi dential ele ti .ti the Democrats in the House hnv decided 10 shelve the bill tedtt Iii4 the tax on oleomargarine un til I t session. irlng the m. nth af i'ebruary there were withdrawn from public entry, on the recommendation of the fnited States Creoligi'al Hutvev. 41.74!". acres of land 111 the state ol Washington. believt.l to be ngt)tahl by . oal. As in dhef nithdrawala ol . ai land thes lands will t. classified in forty -acre tracts appraised bv the survey under the valuation regulations of the In terior tUartiiieiii. and then placed u the market for sale. During th month of February deslg ggtltiWl as "enlarged ho tBg" lamls were made to the extent of IJgJil at res in ldhtl and ftah. upon th. oiLinendatlon of tht fnited St Its Qig logical Survt. Cancellations were al-mad.- aggregating fJ.14 acres of lands in the same states previously de- stagatad as enterabie under th aa largeil-homestead law. Cen. H. H. Rlngham of PhiUdelphi who died last week, was the ' father of the house of representatives," having gut in that body eontliiuouel) alaco Man h 4. I s7u. F.v-8Mker Cannon en-i.-t..l the t..m- six vears earlier, bu: shit. v. is a break of two years In his serrlce. Oen. Blngtaan vva gallant soldbr ami until meicesnr i ill health tin active and useful legislator. His courtesv ami smtaMUty were unfatlnsg, ami lew numbers wTe more .ittec tionately regard. ,1 than he wa. His death Hn OVa the last figure In a la sjMMM group of I'hilatJelphla repre.K.n v which once in.imled besitbs himself Samuel J Randall, "fig Iron'' Kclii v, "t'huiiie" o'Nell and A. C. Hor nier, all highly Influential In the al ia ii s of the house. fiof Fdnn.nd S. Meany of the fni crsitc of V.'ushington has rctSOlVtd rtt.m An., n Ling, the actor, n icki : fit edelweiss seeds, which will be plant -t d by numbers of the Mountain' er.. Inb n. xt summer on Mwnt Italner. This txai tlful plant, which thrives at ., gicHter height than any other flow,r. is familiar to those Who have limbed the Alps, and an earnest effort will l ,nr,,l, p. ni at what altitude, n ui an, u mav be grown on Plain ST, Anton Lang la the man who U ok the princi pal pari 111 the Passion flav at Ob- rammi t Kin In fit..