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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912.
DOINGS SH-i -JHM HM in MY MM! Wwf that w rm uimi r ! vmhai THAT. V PONT V KN WHAT DELTA CO. HUNTERS FAVOR WANT ONE GENERAL LICENSE OW t AS OPPOSED TO SPECIAL LICENSE FOR DEER HUNTING. Hunters und flslintn.fi of Delta rountTi rt't'ent m iiii. wont on i .colli uh tuvoruiK a K'-rnTuI gun und rod lirenHi- i $J ;i apfOMi to a 8e- in I license for deer B Dating ur any other special lU-euKe that miRlit be im pom& for the pruiet iliu. Ol xunie In the stule. It v;i8 pointed out that hy fiuch a li i iiw all llshermen for Ritine tnh as w. il us all hunters fur .ime tdrds or uninuifai "i MM m4m pWHtUifi 4 the rttate while at fttmiti only tho hunt er after dr art- required to pay a lift-use. Th- Idwl ul tWUinfl licenses i .r huntiiiK dlflerent elawM ot K.uue dlVOtlMed ind wan turned down in the belief that sportsmen would he wrntng tt pay n tax or $1 (br t;- !owlm their Mvoritc. pursuit tluui tb hoilMeV the, whole t(tlld-n to KUpoort ir.g the Riime warden's department n the huateM of deer, The hunters of !eta county petti Sfl l. idrd :is favoring a deer huntinK sea Kon fro.n Nov. 10 t Dec U anil inak Ing the hag two deer one of which must lc ,i Imek and one a due. lher provlsi(n f UM hw flavored! by the hunters und tishenn-n of the tounty were as follows: Kabbit huntinR season et. 1 tu Mar. ' . bafl unlitnited. C. Mr, no rlosed setisott. Beavar, rtttar. Mink, aiuakrat: wun :ts present law. Kisher. Martin, RttOCOOn, Mtne u.s t resent la FkrtrMffe, open sennon Oct. 1 M .ov. Mb WK limit six per dai and U hi possession .-'t unv one time. Iuek. (leese and BllOfa Hird.s OPM Meaaan from Hept. I t Jan. 1 and with !a of '.'.j In one d ; r,0 in season. .I'Cksnipe, same season jiikI with 1 tf of :it in one day. No spring shouting of waterfowl (if any kind. 1 -out fishing Heason from Mav 1 t" S..,,,. i. Alien hunters and fliheffnr.il to 0ORM under the rulea (ovemlntg nun reaJdeal ti i and tlfhermen. Votj nsident bwtttavi and BalMnaabB to DC allowed to take legal ni.x of game or Hah out of state after paying the regular non resident license fee. WATER IN BASEMENTS. Owing to the general hre.ik-up. real' tbntn in Boltmann'i addition, partlcu Lilly on Woodland avenue, have heen troubled with water in the banamanti Ihelr residences. The ollicials of the vlllag.- have looked into the matter with a view of remedying the evil. It , . , , , .... . . , V o i atBSl.. l l l aesi . . I Laurium Department 1 11 PEOPLESLYRIC THEATRE Coming Tomorrow A Guaranteed Feature Act and Complete Change of Pictures including Mildred Holland in the The Power Behind the Throne OF THE VAN LOONS JLOOK "RfcRF MA CUT THAT OUT.' THF T6IFPMCIV ' ONt Of- TKE. aKEATFjr INiTi TU flCNb PANS, BuT IT'S BUMNEb'i AND VfLNlENLE , NOT i ot-fc cio ip hakt i iNt F.LtiE MA WAN use. i r r THtr. PhCNF- ; in Bald this Is the first time that such a thing has happened in that vicinity, and that It was due tu the recent thaw, which tins heen a cause of much an noyance elsewhere in the ounty. DUNCAN McLEOD IS DEAD. Former Resident of Laurium Paste Away at Aurora. Minn. Word nas been received in rnirlum of the sudden death tbls week of Dun can affftifftdi aged abntti fifty years, a former resident of this city, which -urred at Aurora. Minn. The hx-al le-latlve have not been advised as to th tanas of Aaatib Mr. jftrtrrH resided in Cahimet and Laurium for a number of years and Is well kniKwn here. He is survived hy two sisters. MMa J K. nnlayson and Mrs. McLelland and two brothers. Angus and Nail M Id of Ijutrium, and one sister. Mis. McDonald who real dee In Itritlsh Columbia. The remains are exacted in Calu met tomorrow and the funeral services will be in charge of Rev. I). I. Stalker Interment will be in Lata View eetne tei y. LAURIUM BREVITIES 4 H' N I H l"H 'l"l"l"t"l---f"4"'HH- Bd. Haley of Bute " "r. is visit ing I'iurlum friends. Arthur Strand has left for Ashland, "Wis., on a business trip, peter BarnnajU has gone to Dulntb, whre he will likely luxate. Mr. attd Mrs. Matt Klvela of South BanfO, are visiting Laurium friends. Janu s (I'Krlen has umlergotie a suc- Irenafn) operation at the C. & n. njaa pkal, The annttOl mite boa opening Of the Laurium If. II church will rcr-ur to morrow at 2:30 ).. m.. In the church parlors. A peed program ban been ar ranged tor the occasion. All ladies are Invited to intend. The announcement In The NVws that Zbyszko and .larvlnen, known a--The Slippery Finn," are to wrestle lalOtl IH fietmh'Oail In the raleetra on the evening of Saturday. April M. was well rs"ived, and a big attendance is eppectad. The ofjflelnli win an oppnaa next week. An adjourned statutory meeting ot the Uiurlum village council will toe held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afteinuuti. at whh h time Pie Ihjuor license appli cations will be acted upon. Consider able, interest attaches to this meeting. a- it Is believed that some of the ap plicants for licenses will be unable to obtain them, according to the inter pretation of the -irncr-rampton li quor laws. MEASURED FOR DOWRIES. Custom Observed at St. Cyrue in Northern Scotland. On January 1 every y.sir a curious marriage: custom is observed at the oi.t-iashioned hamlet of St. fyrus, on the northeast coast of Scotland. In the parish church manse of this little "The House of Quality.' ENTIRE CHANGE OF PICTURES TODAY FEATURING "Children Who Labor" Preduced in Co-operation rith the Ns. tional Labor Committee "The Presentiment Drams i n..u;M "Gowooy uamon ano rjimu snd II ! ABLfc TO CXI-T A i - OP MODr (frJ I VjHN Wfc WAN r I I i i oh I v 1 rnu wouift win n i F C K , VCALl UP. 1 WAN T ON A eU5lNEV -sr. Mr I'se- DEAl AXlll 10V AM I rC wMas village. home thirty miles south of Aberdeen brides who have been mui rled in the "kirk'' during the ycur are areaented with a money dowry pro vided out of a legacy Left by a local laird many e:irs ago. Tin- conditions upon which the recipients receive "portion" are quaint. They must have b. en measured utter being married. and must also have produced docu mentary hlem e of their ages. Thu rusloin originated in a strange s.ay. one wintry flay, when the w in 1 KM mowing a gale such as It can B0 on these northern coasts and the snow was driving haul in their lacs HM pflpj met a young aappM plodding along a lonely rood on their way to church, to be united In wedlock. The" laird s . urlosit j in the bride and bride groom was aroused, and. in making in quiries as'ert:iineil that the plough in u n and the aarnnnt lass who he hud paean1 ani pan at the farm pbata go had been In service wer blessed with ,ry little f this world's good, and that they were depending principally fur domestic happiness on mutual love --Uie true and sure basis of all mar ried bliss. The laird with characteristic Scot tish caution, gave the comple. his bless ing, but nothing morel He never for got the incident, however, and the sequel to It eume when he died. He left a legacy of $:.,000, the Interest of which b Instructed waa to be divide. i anno ally for all time coming Into live equal portions, four among brides, and the fifth to be used In rrovldlng oat nirtil. tia. sugar and other conrmodi- tin tor the floor ef the iarish. The fund was invented in consuls, and at present it stands at over $.',.100. The .ilMirlhution. which look place on .l. n- uary of this year, was the slxty-tlfili in succession, so that this strange ma trttnenlal eonrstltlon dates back as far as 1S-IT. The contcHt Is open to brides only bridegrooms are rigidly excluded, al theuah. of course, they share mutual ly In the result If their bride hamieus to he successful and the -parish mm Istcr for the tlnv being acts as Judge and umnlre. It is entirely a quaeuon of ue and stature, so that the duties of the clergyman intrusted witn tn .llftrihiition of the fund ate by no means onerous OT difficult. Four mon- , nrizes ol equal value ore awarded every vear. One goes to the youngest. one to the oldest, one to the stiortesi ,l on.- to the talb-st bride, who may have gone to the altar during the year in the church of the parish In win- i. the old gentleman resided. RUSE TO ROB SMUGGLERS. An amusing Incident on the BwiSS- IseJaui frontier shows that there Is no honor amumr smugglers. Kight uung smugglers of Vaiese. carring sacks filled with tubacu and sacehmne hoidiv cut throunh the, wire feme on Hie frontier durlny an exchange f puards and asscd over with their va.- ii pin bootyk Tpay wr,, bIbowpi tnt' urkH in a convenient cave w ben sud denly eight iie ti dressed HI the uniform ht Italian custom officers, aniv-d on the act no and una tided the sniuc;;- !ers to surrender themselves. The nun tied into tli" woods, but thinking it strange that they were not fired upon, semained In ambush, and were greatly surprised b see the doiianiexs throw off their oJBeiaJ uniforms and , walk it. each earrying a sack. For those who prefer rich, DARK Beer, we recommend This beer is brewed sftsr the Ulmtr style, end isnome whst hssvier thsn our other brsnds. Sold -n Qusrt snd Pint bot tlss. Bosch Brewing Co. LAKE LINDEN, MICM. Brsnches ol Celumet, Han cock, South Range, Boraga, Foley eV 8mth, Eagle Harbor. ULMER THE CALUMET NEWI. PllftC rK PM1 WAN i OP -A UOCfcR InHlUS V HE Wf MAN lN( - OK PliCUiilMi I oMEBOI Cut PUT AN I I ' " Father the idea that Wives from on everv Kuh? SPORTING DEPARTMENT ENGLISH WANT TO USE OXYGEN CLAIM IT DOES NOT COME UNDER THE HEAD OF DOPE AND MAY BE USED CAUSES DISCUSSION. New York. April 10. The open let ter sent out by Sir Edward I -ink ester. the Kimiish chemist, asking th stana gers of the Olympic games to alirw the athletes to use i;cii in then competitions, has caused much discus sion among American chemists, as well as athletes AVhlle all diclare that exygan is not a shrug, otintnlant or "dope." the opinion I juactlcally ui. -antraOUg that It is not a natural aid fOJ athletes in competition t aulhori tles here utlvise that tie use of u be piuhibited. Among tboaa who dilfer vvith the chemists arc meiubei- ,1 th- ilinpii committee wbO say mat ixgn should not be allowed are R toxen or ro of our prcmlnent athletes. Tle 'alter i laim the anre used it during competitions and found it helped then, to win. Oili er athletes, however .say they have tried oxygen and found that it retarded rather than helped them in Ibetr ef forts. Lawson Bansrtnrn, trainer of the Irish-American Athletic club, s an .ut vocnte of the use of oxgen While an amateur he used It immediately be fore rnd during many fcmpeti.ioita, and since he be anie a cnocti h has often given it to his charg.s. In I'hflri.s L, tklrtscii of Brooklyn who edmtnletored onflpn to Bobertion and saanrnl ntentben of his team, says thai ongapp dos not come under the head of anything tiiat It prohibited i.i athUtic competitions. It is more of a loon than a drug or stimulant." said Dr. Atkn so;. i.,. t night. "Its immediate eftect Is upon the lungs and it does cure fatlque pi sonlngt which is brought i bout bj loo much exercise, and enables mi atblel to do better wink oh the tra I. or field." Meivin Peppatd, Hair Hill man. Abel Klvlat. Jack Flier and Hop Filer are some of Ihe other champions who h.ne used it. itut they say the) hare had enough of It; that It made them ill and prevented rather than beli ed them in I heir contests. NOT YET 8ATISFIED. Further Developments Expected In Af fairs of the Conference. Chicago, 111., April 10.- That pro tests and further wrangling Will fol low the recommendations made by the big eight" professors ut Saturday's gathering here faecttms a certainty yes terday when dlfsatlaflpcUOU over the proposed rules was expressed in vari ous camps, Chicago and Wisconsin will oppose the attempt ti bar their athletic directors as delegates and Min nesota Is slated to SsahO further ef forts to lessen the severity ef the ,.m a lenr eligibility rules. The Maroon -.ftlcinls were Indtanant at the panning ol the innatutlt u whh u wtuild drop Coach Staa.-i from the nuni- tier of the repreaentntlvea by rulln-i out a 1 1 who receive pay for services connected with athletics, and Ihe Wis- (..nsin followers s. verely criticised lie prupusal f;s an alfront tu Tlrect Fhler. wiuie Pro) I'm, of Minnesota was pleased at tl" st "SSi -f hi" reolu tl.ui aatatnat tne atldetn dir. t, s he was diipoirieil at the latlui. dln nesota's prnpnsal to introduce an eli gibility test based on scholarship only. The Oophcr representative sold nutli isg regarding break with the conftr erne I. nt .isseilr.l that Minnesota would not favor the old sthrfblPt) rule" PhiOg arc now In ftree owing to tht sghnpni Of ihe summer BasehaM com promlaa onJ of Minnesota's scholarship plan HONUS SAT IN "HEAVEN." Mike Denlill tells Of his fail'Mc t donate a bnv to Honus Wagmr w,.il iIim audi in., team of iv.nlln and Mite was Plsylng. lugutbti. Taey VVOfU . it out ' NOW ! HAl gChtN I HfeKfc 210 TO IT. . w - K0AT wanted to present the Dutchman with a cup. Mike celled up Carp ogle on the phone and invited Honus to come up. "Much obliged. .Mike, but I don't think I can use the box," aarrlaiajfl Konu i, Mike insisted ami Hr.ns lean i Pee excuses, ftnaili be said; "I saw your show last nlgbt, Mike, and It's great. 1 had a seat in the gallery." .;. .j. : CHICAGO TO RAISE FOURTH OF FUND 9 v FOR THE OLYMPIAD, v r ?!!-!'! -!-!!"!-!! I I-- !! !-v i'hicago. April 10 Ten athletes from the Chicago Athletic association and a total of twenty-five fr.uu th central west are likely to be picked fur the Otgsjlplc gamen at Stockholm. These are the estimates made by the directors of the C A. A., who have sent out a circular letter to members of tue dull appealing for funds. The letter, which is signed by all the directors of the club, makes an appeal to members to "come to the front" witn .subscriptions. The omnnmlcation states Chicago should contribute at least ttHtl which la onlj one-fourth ot the mi,n needed by the American committee to defray the expense of the athletes. The team will consist of one hundred men, ano-fourth of which would be picked In the .entail west. With the expenses of $M)0 to the man it is not hard to ilguie out why the west should pjiVO the I12.6P0 apgad for. Eh'ery ntnmber of the C a. in' been asked t cuntribute at leat $2. There Is no maximum .sum mentioned and anyone who should im ona 'kMieJj Slip In with a 10eg bill will not DO ex pelled. v PENNANT RACE Oe" THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION STARTS GOOD OUTLOOK : p afpdjtl ! I llfljflflflfll Indianapolis, Ind.. April 1. While major league c n..rts are absoibed in anticipation ot the tpealng of the Ssnapa in their respective circuits to morrow, the I a ns of the American as sactatiea have their bnig-aaticlpated ppottunlly toda. None the MRM mark ed in point of interest and enthusiasm (he followers of Tom t'hlvirgton s rir- ult start on what promises to be the most successful of all A. A. sea sons. In the initial contest today Kansas City plays ut ColUHtbUU, Milwaukee at Toledo. .Minneapolis at Louisville and St. Paul in Indianapolis. The schedule alls for a season of 10S games, will; September g as the date for the cur tain to fall. Reports from about the circuit indi nt, thai the outlook It- tic of op timism, notwithstanding the fact that all of the teams were hnndlcappedi In their training by bml weather Though the early opening date left lutle time lo complete the work of preparation the teams swing into action todaj Witll every indication pointing to a s; 'rtt. I race. Mud Hen flgng. Saints enthus iasts and followers of ihe Brewers. Cowihoys, Millers. ' Senators, Colont Is and Hoosiers all ha iheir e to wards an eventual pennant - w inning team. Minneapolis expects to cop Its third successive, pennant. Toledo, under the management of ' Topsy" llortsell, looks flpad t. finish well to the front of ihe race. Milwaukee, Indianapolis, und Kansas City will be surpiise.l if they fall lo finish in the first division. The real strength of the Columbus club has vrt to Ho tested, and the Ioulsvdle und St. Paul teams have problems to solve before they can bopu lo wia SCHEDULE OF NEW LEAGUE. United Ststes Orgsnirstion Wdl Plry 128 Gsmes This Yesr. Chicago. HI. prll Hi. The T'nited Slate- Haselvill le.igoe has cle.ite.l the fiist hurdle by Issuing- u schedule foi Ihe season It alls for 1JS emee and ihe season to oren May I. The leASetl aa announced, la mudo up of elglu r v By Fred I. JpA,Y0U HAVfc POtKrifa OU Y0oR VALi OF WRATH ON Mf HONE.; YOU MAvfc FOAiTE0 H. r ANO ABUSED Mfc Au U'.LI MS. 0 tAtK Top- iENfi ' ,zr r! THiN ANu'ELtNL cio-bMPlNt,' I POR A.N HOUR ' ! HER Wt MUiT NOf '.PEAK "lCU(5LV -VANTb Cincinnati, Reading New ..i-k, waari fhgton and Itii hiitorid. ir. siderit W'utiian of the pg0M laimM thin parks will be ready In all ajj'tf the cltlc- for Lpa. opening date, in the majority ot cases ball grounds etread) built being used. New York. ;.. rortfini tu reports, Is an unieiiain spot fu tile league, as the original promo tar ol tin- Manhattan honcbbsa, Cbnrtai white, dropped tno sntsppriea aeaai time agu. The new flMpnO wil! t. to ket alaPB without war with th- gani.ed leagues, hut this may ie i hard liiatt' r, as it is ur.derstcsid a Bpm btr of plavers now umbi suspension are enrolled with the low inainatee 4 : MANY CHANGES IN I- THE DETROIT TEAM. XW'vvv'WvvvWK-wWv-H" Detroit, Miih.. April 10 The Detroit team which aaoopl Cleveland In the opening games taanarrow wtM tr. - sent a llreu considerably chgPB at from that of la.-t season. Owing to diiferences with the management Shortstop Hush has not sign.-.! a 11. oontmot and will not l.e in Hi. game wh.-n the cason op. i.s. He is 10 h anooeodPd bv 'itt win Comes from the l'a uic coast. Louden will succeed Moriarlty at thinl. the latter oin- M left Held, according to present patBfl when the opposing i.uiii pitch, .... a left bander. Qainori who was out -i tin name most of last season with a brok en wrist, will he back at first lully recovered About a half dozen new pitchers have been added. The Detroit team Will have a new and up-to-date park fir the home opening- on April li, Bgoei and eancri la stands have been constructed with a se.iting i apa itv nint h grantor than the old stands. x'K-HH-x-HH'--HH p44dH v PHILADELPHIA WANTS : TWO PENNANT WINNERS. ' ' --:--::-vvv--:--:'-:--v-3--;,x-: :h-v : Philadelphia. April 10. Will the world's championship be staged bj l'hilatlelphla next fali? It looks like the Athletics and Phillies. It seems like "rough stuff" to pick a winner before the flag drops, but ihe Phillies look like champions heiTtgg i.e. idents su I, as beat them out ol the tlag last full. One stumbling bluett In the Finis' path is Horace RhgeL president. If Horace gives Duoin a free hand ihe hustling catcher-mana;er ouKht to bO out In trout about ( let. I. The team hits everything thai makes u winner It has three of the best pitchers in Alexander. MOBTa and maimers. Fllfl Curtlss is b.fi.r than tho Average, with good supsrt and Manager Duoin has spbndi.l young lotchers. wh look ripe. nontt of the plate is Do nan, one oi the great catchers. In atldltlon thele is Pat Mornn. who win coach roans pitchers: "Peaches" Or i ham and Hill Klllif.r, anothe- Improved back-to-, who win io aesaflflpg regpdnrti bafnnf the season end.j. Thix quartette form us good a bat kstoppirtg departm.nt as i-ague ...tasis oi. Ihe inlteiu is intact. At ni; is I.uderns. whose batting was so sensa tional iasn vear. t'tlo KikUh-. the n. I little second Iwsemun, is a -ensatton and hits well. DTA Dtlan. at ahPI . one of the greatest fielders and thpovers ,n Ihe name and in a mncn Is a dangerous lstter. Huns UeMfti at ihirtl. Is the fustst man in base bull ami a terrific hiiter. The. outfield is as It should be l-.ani-hit ting--Sherwood Ma gee, league leader In 1H10. D.sh- Paskert and Joiin Til us. TWO DIFFERENT TYPES. Banna Warner md Mike Donlin. ot Pie Pirate. r present two extreme in men s scene! y. Mike changes his .lothes three or four times a dav. while a slouch hat and a soft collar is Wag ner's an el lest makeup. Still the Fly tig Dutchman Is thafg wh.-n it comes to sport. He is a first -class bowler, a billiard piaver, a crack shot, a basket ball expert, a hot-key player, clever nt golf, a f.Klllfn' auto th-lver and i ikes down tio.ooo for six months work on the dhimoii 1. Twenty -ahl native speatee nf wotd ire . ut in Canada, spruce yielding ne- COurth f the totaL PAGE SEVEW Leipzi&er a THEV ARF TO , 4f ' SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. Mike Oabboad i ad i'a; i Lavta hana signed for a elash to i:tk. place m L'ievelaad, April ft, The Pittsburg club has re least d Pfbsher :i irer t. tin Hartford (CotuiJ club, and Pitcher Fv.-rett ami out i,. i.i. r irvin to iflaptraal. bfuaf fa sumeibing to tbls KPttttfl Mr. Bnanail, the Bttflnioro pUchor, when fla an make lb. l !ii!ad.lthia Nationals la down and play deal. i'itch. i Ifuaarnl rfecebrop aaannsao nipper .f the To-state fvaagtia, haahn good enough to become a regular with the Chicago Cubs. ste.e tenths mav i. Hoi ragular jub at second bust- for the Host on K.-d .Sox He has been cu erlnir the bag this spring ami iloiny, the Work in .lul form. Manager Wolvortnn. of Ihe High landers, figures that his pitching start' will be able to put the art of fence busting out if business this season. Ownei Charley Somen, of the CU re land dub. das noi given up the it: a of securing Moiiartv, ol ti e Detroit Tim ers. With Turner crippled the Naps are weak at third base. The chances are that Rath and Wea ver will start the season in the in- lield lor the While Box, with the tun Tannehlll i. ulv to Jump in. m ( ceav the youngsters blour. . President Wartl. of the Hostott p.raves, sa- he would not trade Vin i 'ainplj. il for Ty Cobb, and that in Miller, CagtpbeH and Jackson he has IhO pi. ttest outtlibl in the country Hill Dubli n's Htooklyn outfit has had a hard time to got in condition this spring. Fain and snow followtnl th Snptrbas fit.si town to town and made ball playing prat t kail; impossible. Larry McLean says he Intends to 'atcb ever., game played ag the t'in- innati Keds this season. J arty is M pounds lighter than h'- was last season, is working hard and showing Hank i Day w hat I real bai kstop looks like. A story is K'dng the rounds t tin eftect tl.ai Joe Cantitloii has a quart of whiskey an the hem h for Hub.- Wail iaU when tne "Uube is working. The Hule" has caused managers too much loiible for Joe cen to think of mi li a foolish thing. T OF REMEMBERING. In these gaga, when people read newspapers daily, makirn little efforts to reasenaber vvh.it ihog read, n is said that the art ; remembering is going int.. ft decline. How, twad nunPnti bj a wonderful help in life. If you will try to develop yours in your youth, vuu will aerei i egret it. The most spoceanfuf angger is asual- ly the one who remembers best lie men w hum ht im -ts. Writen, speukcrs. lawyers, doctors. ioer bants, and most others, depend Inrpalj SO thai memories for their ad. vanoonsent There is no high place on earth for tne fmgetfu! nan. There have been many great char acters who ban floclarod that ahoy owe tin ir fame chiefly to their remark able meinrrlos. James i. Itlaine was one of these. leorge Wttsi'.ington had a good mem ory. Napoleon was salt! to be able at one time to call . very soldi, r in hie er my by name. System in the Safe If yoir have used an old-time safe for t several cars, take a look in. Some compartments are over-stuffed, others unused because they don't fit books or files you would likely put in them. Slob CalntKf Safd has no arbitrary measuramafiU Adjustable helven. partition and unltt permit you to tm the architect of your own safe interior, tto.lt ei stoe'-a parfert Aline tyetetn withii tl-e reach ut eviTy buines man. We arc tell.n i .s-u tor Uui city. MINING GAZE Tt COMPANY laal - "aHjH I wk