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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1913.
THE CALUMET NEWS
Timely ObservatioijsO in the SportiDg Worid
Plan Gets New Impetus From Ac
tion by the Faculty
Oxford nH Cambridge Pick
Data for Annual Race
Y,k. i-c, ,a.It hils lm;l
in 1 11 .1.., 1.1 1 . . . . .
. ,.;, 1 ,;,,.. ,,)is
Th.iiii.M m, Marti, 3.
,,;lc tliiin usimi.
" was ill nisi
oar on n
l IMIICli earlier
pfti-f.it. Mi h., Feb. 19. Itoujng 111
thusiiislH fit Michigan arc again f.is
tiriMK a hope that the Ann Arbor
,mllci' will J"'ii have a varsity new.
This limt' tile prospects of tin- ptop
itxiti'Mi being accomplished seem
l.ri.ulitf-r than at any timo In the past
whin Hi.' matter or a crew has been
jirnpi "il. This it based upon the
f.ttl that the hoard of dim-tors at a
pant 1 ting appointed a commit
tee to ("nisidcr tho feasibility of rais
ins initial ie sports to u higher plane.
Jn addit icii to this n dam has been
mult r construction on the Huron riv
tr for tin.- last year und is now near
inK completion. When it is completed
it will probably back up enough va
t,r to lurnish a place for crew act
J iMtsi- who are strong rr a crew d
not believe that the committee will
limit itself to the minor water sports,
but will make a special effort to pio
mito Hi"' interests of a crew. A canoe
dull will be organized (bis winter and
various paddling races, etc., will he
filial this spring under its auspices.
Ii is the intention of the union, if
the hn appears feasible, to use this
m a stepping stone for the establish
ment el a ( lew going on the assump
tion that if there is sufficient interest
aroused and the facilities are eu;'l
the nlhletic association will proceed
Kith the further details of making
rowing i iie of the recognised sports
li seems reasonable that with some
little encouragement this would lie th.-r-r.ilt
as it Is the plan of the author
ities to interest as many of the tm
(!eiKr;i(liii.tes as possible in sonv.
form of athletics. It was with that
in lew that the blanket tax was s
l:liiislie,l. and with the new field ad
lilieii el" thirty-eight acres athhti's
is well I.j ki n care of as far as land
nl's p.. It remains but to establish
Uil'iKP-'ii and Michigan students will
i". provided with a thoroughly
ursil'nd athletic program.
1 1 . 1 1 1 . . . 1 1
M 1. a
' w"bh would make it 1
!;" ' row cither at x .clock I
monilML. or t:
,..,. . ... 1 "l "iKht. and
; .--....I were ol,Jee( nil T,
t f "as pructieaMy decide,, , ,,,,'"
a . l oh . etions were many. ,,,n;lllv.
" "as decided
oe win H a It.KI t 1
31' P. m.
MAKES NEW SKI
Ragnar Omtvedt Exceeds Best
Mark Made on Norway
ski record was mad.
the ski in. et -it ... ir,., 1 ... ..
1 v..iu..il, Miei., on
Mm. lay when Itagnar Omtto.n ..r
Oihagu made a Jumi) of lil'i r,...t ti...
previous record for Wl.,, Wii'H ,--
'ct. omtvedt Is a native of .-..PU-uv
and this is his first vear in 11.., l-..
of the profession.! U i n,, '
ftlls ,n ,,;"l I'U'k. He made jumps of
Id and HI.-, feet, hut foil r.v...v
Class A, Professional.
13 NEW MARKS
Kolehmainen, Sturdy Finn, Sets
Whole Sporting World Agog
RUNNING TRUE TO FORM.
Jump. jump, points
. 1.VS 134 3i.- 2-3
HI 119 32.-, 1-3
l."2 li.". 325
Ho 31 fi 2-5
. Hi 142 315
. KM 144 309 1-3 '
. 132 145 30S 2-3
. 13S 137 30(5
. 134 142 305
. 140 135 305
.13$ 134 303
. 135 133 295 2-3
MILLIONS SEE SOCCER
GAMES IN ENGLAND
IN A SINGLE WEEK.
Kiml.ind. the piuv where soccer
was cremated, and where thev claim
111' V have l.ell..,. ,.l... .1 ,.. ....
i'iujvid 111. in m i o
n llie.s. ,, ,lt i-nit,.,i states, i8 the
i'"li( win til.. ir:im..u ...
"V'T mi tho other side of the j ,1
"! e.,.it,.sts an. Kit(T attended
tlie hall games on this side, and
'"'Ml is the one real sport of thia
bluing n. C'hristmas festivities
lUr -' ,l,,l patrons viewed the
s''mes 111 three leagues in Kngland.
l"rdirm to reports coming to this
"Minn f ,,, 'ni,0t states. These
r"'ls do not Include those that are
r'ni ;it the professional battles In
""Hand and Ireland. I.'aeh one of
h" Hit".' leagues at which the fol
itiendances were taken frm
.ii,iit :'u ,.lH
A. Hendi iekson
John Kvi-nsoii . .
Hen Lodgard ...
. Land wick ...
August Norby .
'arl Kck .......
.lohn liratlund .
Kagnar Omtvedl. Chicago,
Twenty-six riders utartcd in this
event, none of which Jumped over l.V
John Jolie. aged 19. of Ironwoo.l.
carried off first honors In lh. ama
teur events l.y Jumping 134 and 11.1
feet in ids two trials. Albert I'orll
made the l.est Jump of the day, 15;!
feel. In the event for boys under 15
years. Kd Mura was first with 117
feet. Klmar I. und won the cross coun
"in.e rco. 1 Han nes Kukhmaincn.
'be sturdy little Finnish iw ,8.
lance runner, Olympic champion, and
aid by many running experts to h.
a greater runner than Dcerfoot. long
boat. Itonhag and Whrubb, has broken
thirteen world's records.
i' en. j, running at Huifahi
broke all worldd's records on mi
door track from K in in,, ra!i.,
r word s follow:
Six miles. 30:24.
Seven miles, 35:35 2-5.
Wght miles. 40:47 54-5.
Nine miles, 46:00 3-5.
Ten miles. 51. -0C 3-3.
The last record was onlv 2ii a-r.
HecondH slower than Alfred Shrubb's
outdoor world's record, which Is 50:40.
n 1-cb. 6. at Madison Sonar,. Oar-
OI'll, ,'W 1 Oik V l, in.i,l .!.
lowing world's records:
Three and one-half miles, 17;jfi.
1'our and one-half miles, 22:17.
ITve miles. 21: 4S.
n Feb. 12, running in Xew York
ity, he made the following world'a
Five miles. 21:29 1-5, breaklnK In
door record of 21:4S. made ,y him
sdf on 1'eh. and also In-caking the
world's hest indoor record of 24:33
2- 5. made hv the great English run
ner. Alfred shrubh.
Three miles, 14:18 1-5.
Two and three-quarter miles, I3:0o
Two and one-half miles. 1 1:53 2-5.
1 mo atm one-quarter miles,
ero of Olympic Games Still Able to
Arnold N. S. Jackson, the Ox for
uiiucrmiy student who startled tint
America 11 athletic world l.y winning
1 ne i.jiiio nu'ler run at the Stockholm
'l.vmpic games In 3 minutes 5t; .
seconds, defeating Abel Klvlat,
man Taber and John I'aul Jones in the
order named. Is rounding Into form for
the 1913 season.
In a recent set of intercolleg,. K1imH
Jackson won the 440 yards, fcsa ard.s
'Hid one mile raccy in easy fashion
m.f tunes ior ine iiuee races
440 yard, 52 seconds; RXO yards,
oonuiis j f-o seconds; mile, & minutes
Oxford and Cambridge Join Op
position to Present Contests
in fact, the most of Mmm
represent better time than ever ap
proached by any other runner. His
world'j indoor record Tor ten miles,
for instance, is 3 minutes 14 3-5 sec
ends faster than the previous recorj
made by Lewis Tewanima In 1900.
OF CUBS HAS CLEVER
PLAN TO MAKE MONEY
LINESMEN POOR COACHES.
''st crowds of all attended
' on the other side .hi
'lav, when 4i7.ooo folk
nt to see the kickers in ac
Vcar's drew an attendance
Here are the fiunrow luk-
" ""III th.
f the .snl
attendances at the games
'ni and first and second
'"'-lav. Hi 1
lr"si,. 1 1,... :
'"irsiiav. ii,. ..r.
"urd.iv, ii,.,..' nSt"
"'Iriesdiy, ,!,., j
GIANTS TO SOUTHLAND.
icii. in. The vanguard
York National leauiii
' ' I'V Manager John J.
v '"'It this week for tho team's
at Marlin. Tex. Cliar-
Wson, the star lioxmnn-
;n"''ii. Hartley. (Jonlait and Kv-"mi-nsed
ti,,, playing contlngen
m inager. Along the' route,
"II g. ' . Kt I.L ,.. ,1
lllu 1. .. .... ......
, . "' Noiith other members
.willjoi,, the party.
UR BEER i
w,l nged, Ktrl-.tly
hd will keep.
'" Wat,), word In every
Have Had Little Success in Develop
ing Football Stars.
'an a lineman make a good head
This is another question which has
been threshed out since football Hrnt
became the real big sport of the col
leges, and is still a big topic wherev
er collegians get to fanning. On form
It appears as though the backs have
the ,-all, and many linemen openly
admit that the backs are the only
mei who make good as coaches.
For sonic strange reason It appears
as though a back can coach the line
men with a lit t ) assistance from a
good lino coach, while it Is said that
It is almost impossible for a lineman
lo eo.n-h hacks, even though he Is as
sisted by good backfl-'ld instructors.
Fnds should make fairly good
coaches under the present game, as
the ability of these men pla.vs a most
important part, while a few centers
have made good. Forward passes, if
worked correctly, prove great assets
to a team's offense, while an end. if
good, is a master at defensive play.
All of the big college head eoaclien
'are backs. with the r-vfi-nl Ion i,(
Ifaughton of Harvard, while the line
men who act as coaches have proven
is to be .supposed w. all liko i..
read about how other neonle make
money, although we are not able to
make it ourselves. In spite of what
people may think of President Mur
phy, of the Chicago club, he is always
011 tlie Joi and always has
open to turn a penny. He seldom loses
any tricks. Here is his latest:
Some time ago he arranged with
the citizens of Tampa, Ma., whereby
said citizens were to pay the train
ing expenses of the Chicago team in
return for the honor of having that
team train at Tampa. That would
M'cm to be a pretty fair business ar
rangement on the part of Mr. -.Murphy,
but it is now learned that the Chica
go magnate has arranged to bring
home a side of bacon as well.
Hecenlly rail and boa t connect Ions
have beer, made by which me may go
Horn Tampa to Havana in quick time.
Murphy has evolved a .scheme where
by he can slip a team fiver to Ha
vana for Sunday games, (lames be
tween the Cubs and Hie two leading
teams of Havana would draw about
124.000 in two games.
Aside from the money consideration
there Is the fine practic,. to bo taken
into account. The Cubans would tight
Uieir heads off to defeat the Cubs. On
the whole, Mr. Murphy must be given
credit for clever planning.
Xew York. Feb. 19. The agitation
against the hammer and weight con
tests in Cfilleue miioiIu lu e.
to this side of the water, for the nev-ei-ending
controversy over tluni has
again been revived in connection with
the Oxford-Cambridge sports.
Their introduction into the sports
"as, in the main, accidental. A brawn.v
Scotchman. whose profession was
Icats of strength, became acquainted
with the originators of the sports.
"in 01 admiration for his perrormaiu t
they were persuaded to include th.
weielif fifut .i 11.. 1
oe iiammcr, a year
"e "si 01 events, and the
events were promptly added to tlx
I'iohiim 01 ine amateur champion-
miips out or a desire to enroll as inan
va riwlt 1- ;i iiii. .. .
.. ...iv,..-, (ts ;ossiDie. Jt was
him action, primarily .that turned
what was reallv mount ....
meiu. into an established custom. It
gave rise to a prolonged dispute be-
...... 1 v.uinoriuge an, oxlord. but, hi
" periodical protests there has
tieen no change since 1S6J, und no,
th. matter Is up again In Fngland,
and many athletes,
are takinir sides.
11 oeen contended by Oxford
thai both the hammer and weight
..i.nnis iikiuis come under the bead
T gymnastic feats. It 1 U,K(., ,.,t
they are not legitimate forms of ath
letic sports any more lhan lowing,
boxing or football and that prowess
in either direction is only obtained b
what is known as strong men.
Cambridge contends that lu.mmi..-
his eyes j throwing, at least, is oldest iM date of
any athletic sport. IJolh hammer ami
weights are recognized a field events.
lhv say. and that veiy few people
nowadays would care to witness noth
ing but running and jumping at the
gemes. Other athletes say that it
might be well to give only half a
point to each or the two events In the
college meets, and thus a possible tie
would bo avoided, which would mean
the retention of both events and re
vive the odd event. Others suggest
He throwing of a cricket ball instead
-1 uie weignt. lint the general opin
ion seems to favor the half
is Being Well SuDDorted
A hockey game Wi.tt is attracting
Interest In Laiiruim, as well as other
parts of the county, in t,, be played
tomorrow eveninK in the r.ii. sira. I.e.
twt-en the Calumet and Houghton Ju
nior hockey teams, beiu the i,it (,f
a hones 01 inrce games to decide th.
junior championship of the north
west. Calumet has defeated the Houghton
If am twice nml lost one game t. the
Portage like bos. Howover. ilms.
games will not figure in the champion
ship reries. It is believed locally,
Calumet will win the honors, although
fccnerully coincded that tlie games
will be closely contested.
The announcement that a number of
heal business men will finance the
Calumet team in names w itu the I in.
lutll Intermediates tdiows ih.u n,n
work of the amateurs has made a hit
cere, and that the team li worthy
TO REVIVE SKI CLUB.
Illinium s.ki riders are discussing
the advisability of 'holding kl races
in the n.-ar future. .Tho village at oik
time noasted or a ski club, ami two
or three tournaments v.eie held. Jt is
i-aid an attempt Ia about t be made
ti; revive the club.
HAS NARROW ESCAPE.
John Gorman is Buried UmUr RnrU
in Mohawk Rockhouse.
John Hotmail of I,uurium, a miner
in the tmploy of the Mohawk Mining
tompany, had a narrow c.-cape from
t.eath Tuesday afternoon, wl.11.. ..t
work in the rockhouse of No. 3 shaft
through beiiijr buried beneath a largo
amount of rock and dlit.
(iorm.in was working In the bin at
the t im.- Ihe accident liallliclia.il i In. ii
mother employe, not knowing nor
ma 11 was there, threw oi.cn 1 1 . . . i,,,i..
wiiicn leeds the lock into I h
en man s predicament
all.ed, ami a reseiu
lor more than an hour
elleet nis release.
past and present
' it could
ly an air
was made in the pile of rock and
early in the rescue operations,
this . tollable save.) Dir.
man's life. He was badly bruised and
was taken to the Mohawk hospital to
CAUCUS NEXT WEEK.
President Joseph Wills has not yd
set the date f,,r the annual meeting
of the Villaae. It liU-.lv 1.1. 1
y evening of next week, how
The fiscal vear of Hi.. vill.i..
ends Thursday. Cel.. jo.
Friday evening of next week. Feb.'
... the annual village caucus will be
held in the I.nirium town hall, for
the porposo of placing in nomination
the names of candidates .igibb for
Ilice in several positions that
Wend.ll McKae of Laurium was
successful win, his choice 10;. . ib
white leghorns at the recent annual
poul'try exhibition in Dululh. winning
first prize for rm k second for pull, t
and second for pen.
The sidewalks and streets In tlie
village are in excellent condition these
days, thanks to g 1 work on the part
of Street Commissioner Wills and his
force of men.
Kilward Hermes is spcmliiiK a few
f'ays with friends on the South Range.
The Calumet Favorite club will en
tertaln at a skating party this even
In., -. II,.. ! 1- . .
... .in- . ii,i ,001111. several Laur
ium residents anth io:.t.. ..1
icnuance. ,n excellent program of
skating and dancing number has been
The Mineral of the late Jacob Peter
sen, who died last week at Lead City.
S. I., was held this afternoon, with
services at the home of Mr. and Mrs
John Waati, Fnion street, Haymbaul
town. Rev. .. I Hcid-mann officiat
ed. John Lane and Thomas Ciiuge have
acepted positions with th,. KcwienavP
The Mcwnrds of the Laurium M. K.
church will give a concert Saturday
evening. Washington's birthday, in the
parlors of the church. . excellent
program is bein arranged for the ,.
t .0-1. hi. 1 no collect w 1
.'t S o'clock.
During 191.' the total number
vessels entering an. I Hearing the p.
of Havre, France, was 12.4CS, with
lot. 11 tonnaue of 10.1.'.9.tl
pared w ith 13.117 v.-sst Is
tonnage of lo.o.Vs.i;.-,! in th
CRICKET MEETING SOON.
Mrs. M. 1-. r-oliins.
Chicago, has Just legal
Llizabeth Robinson, an
rich widow In
v adopted Mjs-j
mii v iv.-s a fall
of IL'D f.
next mouth Hie promoter ,,f
t team to iviii-oKciit ! ,,,.;
oi can a meeting lo perfect Ha
gatnaliou. Wlien the matter
nrst broached, it ,,iel with
nearly approval. Then
lir of good cricketers in the village
and not the slightest iliiiii-ntf 1 ..in i.
xpeiieiiceu in sceurng a team th it
will rank high in tho o,..t 1., .1,.
instant an I
are a mini-
PIMPLY? WELL, DON'T BE!
Notice it. Drive Them
With Olive Tablets.
NEW PLAY ON THURSDAY.
SPEAKER SIGNS CONTRACT.
TO BE ANNUAL EVENT.
of our plant.
IN LAftr.r Awn
Vl il ;ac delivered at your
- 'I- .
' th Range,
, C.il i.
NOT POPULAR WITH FANS.
Rube Marquard May Find Himself a
Rube Marquard, they say, is des
tined to discover that he Is a shat
tered idoi when he returns to (loth
am. Rube's criticism of John Mc
Hraw, his antics in the spotlight and
in the wings with Itlossom Seeley and
his cry for mere salary are all helping
to dim his lustre In the eyes of the
What probably started Rube on hla
downward path In the ejes of the
bugs has really a more historic foun
dation than his follies during the oil
Mcnson. After Richard do la .Marquw
annexed 19 consecutive contests, ho
found It hard hoeing to land any tnon
panics at all.
The 20 games following resulted as
follows: Thirteen Inst and seven won.
less than n nveriiRe d ..'on, a disap
point Ine mark lor a l.00 hiirler In l
Tho doubt that begin to 1 reep Into
the minds of the rooters concerning
Robe's ab'llly was not entirely dissi
pated even with the ierformnn es 'n
the world's erles. The Insidious lit
tic germ already lurked there and it
did not take much misbehavior off tho
mound to encourage Its growth.
BADGERS LOSE TEN STARS.
Midlaoii. Wis.. Feb. 18. The AVIa
cousin traek team was hard lilt by th
faculty eligibility rules at tln fnd of
the first semester with tho result that
ten ntar men. mostly nlmrt nn.l mid-
' dlu-diftance runners, were declared
I Ineligible. , , . . ,
P. Basketball Tournament at Ith-
peming Big Success.
P. A. Ieonhard. physical direct
ol the Jshpemlng Y. M. C. A. expects
to see tho basket ball tournament
which was the first event of its kind
ever held in lshpeniing, made an an
1 ual affair and be Is working to bi in;
it to a certainty. The tournament
which took place at the Ishpemlng
"Y" last Friday and Saturday, was a
pronounced success and inspired the
various officials who saw it through
to endeacor to make It an annual
It brought the many different ath
letic organizations of the Upper Pen
Insula together to partake In the pop
ular Indoor sport of the winter sea
son, and a very good time was en
Joyed by all; besides being the means
of bringing the Upper Peninsula
It-wns together to encourage this
healthy game, It assures future co
iperatlon between the various organ
Ixatlona In this section and cone-
quenlly increased, success for the, ef
forts of all. It will suggest to the
many officials the desirability of slug
ing like athletic events snd prove to
lie of great aid In promoting clean
r.port In the Upper peninsula.
centt rfielder. has
lor 1913. It is
Hal Increase in salary,
first regular outfielder t
H e is
SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES.
Thursday the Rurgoss Stock com-
..1 die 1. mic win produce a beau
tiful three-act southern o,. Mor.v,
"lb arts of tho Mine Ridge," whi. h
Mr .N'.steli ,111110, ines is on,, or th
Pletlicst pla.vs .ve giv. n. The foil-OA
lug week. "The Princess of Pal. lies-
will I,.. Hayed, while a special
version cf Pert ha M. 4 f,,
novel. "Thorns and orange Rlossoms"
will b. produced, with "Ijena Rivers."
"The I'owboy Sherilf." "I iv orcon.s,"
Bud many other mi. -cesses will follow.
DEATH OF MRS. DOOLEY.
GRIFFITH WANTS MULLIN.
Washington. Feb. 1R. Chirk (irlllltli
said tislay that If the Detroit Tigers
made any effort to get rid of the vet
eran (Jeorge Mullin they can find a
reidv purchaser In the Senators. Orlf-
flth says he has alwu.v admired the
big fellow and believes he ftlll has a
rrw yearn of major league pitching in
hi.- ay stem.
Farmers in New South Wales fre
quently plow by night with traction
engines provided with powerful head
light , ,
The Indianapolis Indians will have
a rtal Indian in the lineup ir Manager
K'elley succeeds In signing up pitcher
"fhlcf" La Roy.
Pitcher Nap Rucker of 11. 1:1 i,.
lyn Superbas, sas that in his opinion
Jim Sheckar' of the Cubs, has th
greatest batting iyc the National
Ccorge Stone, who. when playln-j
with the st. Louis P.iow ns a few ears
ago, led the American league In bat
ting. Is trying to land a birth as a
minor league manager.
It is said that the combined salarie.4
of the three regular out!l,ldcrs of th
Moston champions Is Jess than the sal
ary said to have been demanded b.v
Ty Cobb from iH-tiolt.
President Locke', or the Philadelphia
Nationals, his signed Hugo T. WedHi.
a former, college pla.ver and at pres
ent a mtmber of ti. faculty at Ihe
University of Kansas.
Manager McHraw Is tr.vlng to out
cvir a trad" for Pitcher T lor. of ihr.
Hoston Riaves. "Mac" wanls a left-
bander In reserve In case It.ii.r."
Mnrquant should fail to play this ear.
championship team Is s fine
thing In the fall, but when you try
to elgn Vm up In the spring thev will
sillily top your Aneorn. Iimuir,, r,,i.
Mr. McAleer. f the HoHtoii in, 1
Terry Turner, the vetiian Nap, will
round out a decade of service as a
Cleveland player the coming sen son.
Ulghl now Terry looks to b In t.eti .r
physical condition than at any tlm-
during the last five years.
Young1 Togo, the Japanese boxer. Is
lown snd out and Is now worklnir In
restaurant at Fort Smllh, Ark.
A bill ha been Introduced In the
'allfornl.i legislature making It nirnl
to put en a boxing limp h between .1
white boxer and a negro.
Jack Lester, the heavyweight boxer,
who has Just returned from Australia,
five Proinol. r Mrlnto' h n rhnnlnir
Jnbnut the way he treat American j
' kOXlT. I
Resident Passes Awav at
dence In Raymbaultown.
Mrs. Anastasia Hooley. ag-d 7o. died
last night at the family residence,
Middle Ftro-l, Rav mbaultown, of dia
betes. Hop husband died several
ears ago. Arrangements for the fun
eral arc pending. The late Mrs. Unu
ley is suivlvcd by a family of grown
up childn n.
She was olio of the best known ami
oldest rev-id'-nts of this section, lu.ving
resided here for many ars. Tip
news of h r demise w ill ,v regit ltd
by a large circle of friends.
William Trenerry 's In Malaga vis
Hiu; friends and relative- for a few
day. , . 1 . . : . ! .
A piuqily fa'-e will not embarrass
you much longer II you get a pa U
age of Or. 1-M wards' olive Tablets.
The pimples will vanish after y 1
have taken the tabids a few niHiis
Nothing ever cleansed the blood, tho
bowels and the liver like olive Tab
lets. olive Tablets are the only success
ful substitute for calomel they oil
the bowel; there's n. vcr any sick
ness or pain after taking them.
Olive Tablets do all that calomel1
does im just as effectively, but their
action is gentle and safe instead of j
fa veto and irritating. !
V,, ..I,.. .. I... l-.t..... i.li, .. 'l-.l.i..... 1.!
ever tcrsed witli "a dark brown
taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless,
"no good" fei ling, ( 0n-.i1paU1.11. torpid
liver, bad divpositloii or pimi.lv race.
Olive Tablets are made or pure Veg
etable compounds mixed with olive oil.
I'r I'Mwards spent years among pa
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