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SATURDAY, AUGUST 30. 1913.
DOINGS OF . uAyARTeHi 'J 'Hn - M t li OF rHfe NO&LSl I HCTC ( 1 DftM AMPM M - H 5 A WtMfc- 1 t0 n W()m fcM .Nl' i k ' ',VHLU IHIM) IMAN KiW Lu,f NOKIWVH . 7 ' ' sLlS tam i hlmJ lS SrVJi i - I sVVfl van i-ooN- V"4 'Vwr" JfuurriH.i I M ro P "'' BSl rtirt Timely Observations of Events Happening in the FOOTBALL COACH IS MAN OF HOUR Gridiron Practice to be Started in Next Few Days New York, Auk. Durum tin next three months the football coach will rub supreme upon i i-k camp- . ii.i (lid Iron. To the candidates (or lines OU tin- eleven Jits world will be law, and to tin- non -playing stii I'ent tic will lif Um "ii" person in w.. hand reOtfl tin- fHtllN of the university. The position of football ooaeh is H D in whirl) .ill ll acclaim and fjory. Tin- task f developing a win team calls for w rloua and Nurd even under the moot favorable ronditlonn Bven with an abundance dI disfactory material, the Judgment ami thoiiKhi thai must be given to the selection el just tho right eotn bi ll but a small portion "i the work Tho first and second teems .. oarefulls drilled nnd trained nd in the Mid, if tlefent cornea tn the tin il anil big gOOSS of the season ich ran pi nil the bin ma it the reverse is true his sh irt1 of the glory i h imull and ftelng. out the football coach, how to.thall would fall far Short Of he m ii tttiflc Runic that it is today Every coHafjo and universlt d; s sith- ! hi alumni ooaching system, or an alumnus of ooon other institution tern hinf th- young m-n hoar to tackle lodge, fall mi the ball, and the nam beriesa other Individual and combine lecretJ thai id to complete th gridiron education of the player, Of tin several hundred colleges in rerl nu parti or the United Mateo lam than (lfteao per eep4 try to pMj foot' ball with he ooach lefl out. Bven Ihe tattling bash schools end preparatory " '"Wits have their paid conches, ah ihe football mentor will have iN'lr I'haryw at enrh with the neat iwo or throe weeks end the land aril! i with the thud of i i agulnsl lll and hod auainst lull Yah has planned an early start, anil Captnlll Ket ham will tjiki- ii aquad ot pi yen to sis, onset, Mans., on Monday for preliminary practice before the Now ven University formally opens Iti '"is for another scholastic year 1 i h Konghton, of Harvard, Is saor eiiberata as tn-iits a champion, and lie wih not gathof bi chorsjes abowl iiiin at Cembrldire until September 18. Cnptaln Btorer, however saw to ll thai i ery promising player toott t least DOt ball away with him ..t the be tinning M the summei vacation, and ihi men doubtless were Instructed to rppori in ooniition if they hoped t . make ii lovesi of tilt, ' an eii win start Its seeowd season h t ember II under the reaching of i 1 Ai Bharpe, Under the nee ri lme in Ithacs, CorsjoU tun he couated ni- n is n fm-tor in eastern football thi' n Princeton, lp, plans for sn You drank the rest, Now drink the BEST. SCHEUERMANN BREWERY'S BEER EVERY DROP IS GOOD. Order from your dealer or nearest Branch. SCHEUERMANN BREWERY Hancook, Cslumet, South Range, Mioh. THE VAN LOONS Iny start, while the advent ,,r tqne Brooke n lnnsylvanta will oertalnl: palgn. In th Chioata ferencn Uvea up the Quak i earn middle west. Coach Btagg of hopes to recapture the con championship; Coach Tost, of Michigan, is looking forward to eastern triumphs, wktts HtlnoM boaei for reul Improvement under its new football mentor, Bob Buppke, KEYSTONE MEN SUFFER. Bad Year For Second IstSmSn In the Majors. The year Jin:: has been had year for second basemen, ospnrinlli middle ackers of the stars class. Larry Doyle, iii" Slants' rnftitln. has sspsilsiiiisfl his worst hatting slump since playing "if ISSgllS ban, Instead of IsSdhlg the (Slant regular barn Is ai the fist of ttie class. Then Hiii Booonoy, oap ain of the Bravea, ttttAded almost let points in his batting, sieve ferkes has hud u similar slump. harry Lajola can stiii bang the ball, but be had to to Piosidsm sm nmrs oi Clerelsnd t,. bsep his j.,ti as s regular after Manager Birmingham expressed a desire to use l.iirv as I Pinch hitler. in,k kkjui .,f the Reds has got been up to bis form of s ymu( IK". Morris itiith of the White sov. oon sMsved a 1 mnlng star, and one of the fast eel seen in the Man Johnson leagues has in en benched sr raits of s fearful decline lu hAttlag, Mbtnngrrial sorrles have bJso had their effect (HI the hat- ting average of Johahy Avers, which has shrunk about fJ iHiint.s. How ever, John batted tar above his normal gait last season. Millet Huaglne is still among the ,SM nu n in batting, thougg his at leenpt to make s winner odl or tia Cardtnaki has not mot with sssjeg su. ess. About ihe oni second baoeman who goes serenely about his buslneae, puntohlng the ptU for a ..'ta average md Heldlng iii- a demon, B, Troa bridge Collins of the Athletics. MIKE YOKEL VS BEELL. Clever MiHdleweights Likely to Be Matched Soon. imiuth w rent lino promoters are still be The angling for the proponed match lw en l ie, i Reell and Meke fokel. details of the inalch BfS beittg ar- mnged by BmU Klank, the well known "hii ,iko wrestliiiN: impiesiirio. WTrestlini enthusiasts have seen Reell .and ITokei In action separate Ij several times, imt thej have never met. Both sre of the aggreaMve type a n, lh match will he one Of the gkOSt interesting ever staged, Basil is a fea pounds heavier than yokel hut BS tin- match will be made at natch weights it is figured the s.iit Lake City man will balance the beam with Beell, Beell own.1- ;i tarn: negr Marchfleld, wis., and manages to keep In rine physical condition He believes be caa niiikc the mlddieweighl Until of IM pounds and tin- match with fokel will he his first Step in that dire. lion. At present he n'elgha about 118 pounda AUSTRALIANS BEAT YANKS. Chicago Cricketers Make Disappointing Showing. Chicago, Aug, Some sparkling batting winch enabled Ha Australian cricketers to idle up s total of ITI runs in a Utile less Ihiin two hours and thirty minutes, nave the tourists an easy victor) In Ihe iirst or their -cries .T three games agahnrt the Chicago t ams at Hie White So luill park Th. local nam of gfteea was spable to prolin e gnythtng batter baa M, and a as beaten b) it't runs. The ts rtere were Ike whole show, and for the Ural tun' i" eeveral seasons the spec tators sosns real hittitiu. They nlsn fielded ch verly. m l a catch heitn: dropped and as against this the work ,,r the local men in the ftetd sma i FOXHALL KEENE HURT. Colorado sprints. CbtOb, Aim. M. Ifoxhall Keen e , msmbw of the liner!' Cgg xd-i lOam ill Its recent conl, Bl ,iti Bngiand, was sertouMy injured g( the poio tournansenl or the Cheyenni Mountain Oonntry atgjh hate tills gnsei i'c was ihrewg during the piaj and his horse rolled over on him Ills ii'lit li'inhh r was hroken and he ,.o bad!) hi uleed. BOOK GAMES IN EASTERN LANDS Arrangements Being Made For White Sox-Giants Tour TucnKo, Amr. ::u. -Arr.nu ement s. for tho White Box-Cliants swrM route this tan have hem oompleted as inrnoFtort Siiiii. This was announced yesterday iiion win, the fact thin iick Bunnell, advance man fop the tour, had willed from Vancouver, h. c. on the Bjaprees of Japaa, bound for tho satkado's king' doM, The same ship will carry the sthletos, who have ihe Canadian port November it, Bunnell will visM Tgpan. China, the Phllrpplaes and Australia to cogapfa te the rnrtaili tor the various exhibition names. He srtU then ride serosa the Pacific, . B, liehjainin of the Padtl steamship line has sssistml in getting Karnes and siiid ysslsrday that the teems are certain to slay yasnmeana, Tokio. Kobe, Nagaaakl, Bhanghal. Hongkona and Manila, from Mantis the) proceed t.. Anatralia, arriving i-t Brisbane on Nee Years day. Tkejis win pr'..h;ihi.v he names at Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. The pIbj in the antipodes grill loot about t n days. In anticipation of the courtesies that will be extended the Sox and Qianta during their Australian visit, Convs key hag aBowed the erlokel players from the fiii-ot: c.iiiiineni the use ,,r he wuth side park for three days, SON DER YACHT RACES. Annual International Contests Beym on Monday. Now York. Ann. N, The original in- ternationaj sonder vacht contests, the sixth r which win begin on Monde) i(V Marble head, Maes can he traced to ike isit t tbia eountf ) eleven yenra ago of Prince Hanri of Prussia, brother oi the Qernsag esaperor, and tin yachting snthuoladm of Henry Howard ot Boston, member of ihe V V,rk and Kustem yacht ITuhs Mr, Howard met Prince Henrj in Itttf, I and upon renewing their acqualntanc two years later in Qermao) the plan I of sending three repreee ntatl ve tier man i is iii race in American waters as formulated, in 1904 the Initial n--gnttn resulted, in IM1 the American boats ureal to Bpntn and were defeated, This trip wax tin- re null of isit to Madrid of Mr, Howard, who found KlPg Alfonso much Interested in the spun Throe eni later, howei er, t he Amerli t as evened up the score by winning from the Spanish visitors off Marhlehcad. JOHNSON VS. LANGFORD. Two Big Blacks Heavies Will Meet in Paris for Title. Boston, Mass., Aug, : Ram Lang lord, negro heavyweight, is to meet .tack Johnson, heavyweight champion gf the world, in a SOWl for the title in Paris, December M. Arrangements for the match were made hy cable yesterday, according la .lee Win dman, mnnager of Lnngford. The boot is to he of twent. rounds, Lnngford is gwtrantei ri s lump sum ami a percentage of the receipts for his appearance, Woodman says The Huston heavyweight was de rented by I oho son seven years ggo ami has been seeking another bout wilh the champion in c. Johnson's reported need of money and tug facts i bet pn poeed bouts with white meg n Pat ,. and London hai 4 t" en I roe n- Sd gpad are the reasons. In Wood man's opinion, that resulted In the match being made ARMY-NAVY GAME OFF. West point, n. y.. nag, M OfsnMgl announcemenl has been made hi Ike iiny athletic council that there vonid bs no Army-No v football gams tins yagr, The arm) sriil aim the Cariisls ladkw school instead of Mm Rggry it west f,,n.t mi NovegMSM H The break between the iwo schools comes as Ihe pasutl nf frtCttea over thn gneetion of where the game uie ssaaon waa to be pht) sd, THE 0 ALTJMET Anyway Father Isn't Going to Sporting World 4) 4 ! v BASEBALL CHATTLK : v FROM MANY I t AOUI I : . : ; : a : Hugh Jennings Is trying oui his min er league rookies in an effort to strengthen his Tiger artnt, With s good lead and running smoothly, Qulno) looks like a sure win nor in the Tbroo-1 league pennant ohass The Boston Red Sox sre nearl) -'' points lower in the Americtn league standing than at this Una last year, The way the Clnolnnutl Reds trim mcd tiie eastern teases made Joe Tink ers nin look more l!kc top-liners than u cellar aggregation. Outfielder Rube fMdrtag bsM ''own .hick Barry's lob iit short t:: the Athle tics' infield in regular vnamptooshtp fashiop. The first senaan of the Northern Ion Ktie produced quite u ciop nl promis ing players who seem destined to per form pi taster company. Not much choice between the two st. Louis major Ira gin learns, Both the Browns nnd the Curdln&la are putting gp the stun brand g bnaebull. Catcher Larry Meeen i. working regularly with ttu Olants ami puttins up a 'me sjUttP both h.'iiinu ti e pi.ii. nnd wth the w;ir otnb, in their seareh for talent the bin sin w scouts are looking over the semi pro ranks as srell :s scouring the mlti or leagues, Cook, whom the New York Tan keen racruiieo imm ine Texas tongue, con tlnues pa wallop th ban his fine work lately has been s groat help te Chance's men. Manager Birmingham of ihe Cteve land Naps; who has i u out of thi game nearly ail season because ol i broken leg, has recovered sufBcientb to got as pinch hitter lor his team. Jim Vaughnn, the former New York Wiashlngton slabater who has i n pitching for Kansas CHy ;ius see on Is once more in the big ..aid. Hi I now a member ol the Chicago Cubs, Boston baseball fans have s grenl deal oi confidence In Managet George Bladings, The iiuh hues believe thai George will turn out a winning hunch of Braves next season, Pitcher Eddie Cicotte, of ihe White Box, delights in downing ins form pills, the Cos), in Re I Sox. II handed ihe Boatim crew several trim minus this senOOtt Alexander ,,f the PhlWea, has bright pros peel of loading the National lea gue pih hers this oeason. In Ha lii erlcan ieagus the list of heavers doubtless will in- topped by the anly Waiter Johnson. It lOOkS as though Ihe PtttSbttTg tetun will repeat their brilliant per forma noe Of last season. Although their spurt h is come too late, the ri rates iteeerve all honors for their re markable showing. M0NTREA1 PREPARES WELCOME Elaborate Entertainment Awiits Ar r.val of Viscount Haldane. Montreal, auk- Elaborate ar rangements have heen perfected for the reception ami entertnlnment of Lord Cksmillni Haldane on the occa sion of his approaching i-.i to this eltj to deliver tin annual addreei i" fere the American Bar Aaeoc,lutbn. Hon. C, J, Doherty, .Minister of Juatictl of the Dominion, his gone to West Point whei, he I., to meet Lard Hal dane today and escort him to Mon ti, al. The d IS tlffiP lalied isilor Will spend tensor row quietly In this city. The only function wHl be s private dinner glved m his honor i Pmngt it. ki logg, progldent or the Agmrlian Bar laeoc fast Ion, t.oid HaJdodb) srlll de liver his iiddress heroic Ihe asmx la Hon Monday afternoon. n the even ln nf that da the JglnhTtar or Jus- lice will gtvs il dinner at the Hitx I'arlton In honor ol the Lord h.in ti ler anil amotnr the guenta will be Pi said nil Tatt gad Maitra Lafcort Tie i.oi.i Chancellor wHl degnrt from Ihe dtv Tueeda) In time to take pas- wk on the steamahlp illlng Rom Near York the follow Ins day. Jack Wciii who lit H og r:n m 1 near Atchison, Kas.. use j pics as g ca hsadar Re eel -fshM s i Is dal J lv and tells the u.w i.r the week hy t lie ggttti ; pies left, i NEWl Perish From L onesomeness. baseball LEAGUE STANDING. National League. W. I Pot. I", .eat .r.fi .:.. r, r.i .:is .:.: r.:i ..".47 r.u fej 4gj .si ? :'.!t New fork . Philadelphia Chicago . . . Pltti burg Brooklyn ... I tost on .... !lncinnet i si. Louis .. American League. w, Philadeiphis . .. i lOI eland i :; Washington f Chicago ifi Ronton r.u Detroit St. Louis is New York 41 Fit. ,ri i .:.()') .421 ?, .341 TODAYS GAMES. National League. Boston at Brooklyn New York at Philadelphia I'hieani at Pitteburg. St. Louis ai Cincinnati. American League. Philadelphia at New York. Washington at Boston. Cleveland at si. Louis, Detroit .u Chicago, YESTERDAYS GAMES. National League. Pittsburg. Pa., Aug. M. Mlajudred pop utes and one or tw Mies and one or two timely hits rave Chicago Mvs tun off McQuillan yesterda) and Chicago won from Pittsburg. Cheney pitched grand hat) and, hut for a wild pitch in the BrSt, nroutd have . ahicago Pitteburg . Batteries KM ed a shut -out. it it i: ..81 ft ri 0 1 1 s ;i . ..i if g ii ii ii ii oi o i 'henei and Archer: M 1 Qttlllan. Hendris ami Qlbeon, Blmun. Two-base hil Leach, Williams, .im merman, Ircher, Chicago. Three-base lot Sana. Chicago, Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. Mt, St. Louis bj bunching hits, won from CinclU' nail yeaterday. Both Bailee and Pack ard pitched good hail. n ir f Bt. Lonhi cincinatl Batterie ard, Bugga Pailee, Bl . , .9 ! ? r, o n o a - : ! nu n il ii 0 o li . 7 i J Sail. . ami Wtngo; Pack ind Kim.;. Two-base 'iit Lou la Three-boas hit-- Konotchyi st. Lonuk Philadelphia, I'a., Aug, M, - Phils delphia OK.'iin defeated New York . tertTay, the game going ten Innlnga Curanits ami Teereau enaged in effective pitching duel, and, while the New Torh ;i.mt ontpHchod Ihe i loi r Pltleburg man in lots, his wild in ss caused bis undoing. Ph1adlphia .I'mi iNM t i NOW York , . . o o mi I I i o " L' T 1 Batteries Tearanu nnd Wilson .vt -Lean; Cam nit and Kill I for, Two-base lot fgnoalgraSS, New Yolk. Beaton-Brooklyn gums poatponed; i a in. Ame'ican LsSgga -'i. Lonssi Ho., Aug, tt. With men on ha Pulken berg's speedy curves bad si. Louis baBied gnd not a tomi player craaged ihe plate thr.mghoui the name and Cleventnd won frnm Bt, i."tus here yesterday. Falkuber3 M i ueh 'tt ii u men. N II K Cleveland ... St. I. mis . . . Ratteriea 1 i bt mn refdnt ii I ii ii ii ii ii ii 3 .: i; i .a a a ii n b a u I I I Ikeabeeg and Cariseh; ind McAllister. Tern hist httS feiboltl, i 'lei land lust lu St. l'itis. BTsshington I ton game inatpon d; ram. Pkil sdi li'hla-NVw poned; i ' i in. rk untie po-1 Amincan Association. Kans-is I'iic ::: Milwaukee ll st Pan! MinnsapidH x InduinnpoHs li Toledo Columbus ',; Louisville l. The family of nine ehRdreu or V. M. i 'oons of Canton, k.h.. all together rneai dre mare than U feet high ami wi Ighl k knead s ton Tin gh chit dnn welch on an aeragt' -0.1 isiunds . M h. Pot trio Wn, t i mag found lock r Reorge Washington hair tin other 'ii ,n an old trimU. By 1 , - . I 11 . -I Laurium MISS MABLE M'DONALD IS BRIDE OF FARGO MAN PRET1 WEDDING IS SOLEMN IZED AT HOME OF THE BRIDES PARENTS The home of ,ir. and Mrs. J. T. IssKfsanaid of Laurium was ihe one of ii verj pretty sredJdiag at S o'clock vaster du.j afternoon rrhrs their daughter, Miss Mabel became, ike bride rri ,. P, Hotlis of Fargo, n. t. Ho I. K. l.n. paster ,, the CalU mot Congregutiona church, officiated and the irernott) ana witnessed only by the immediate n liitivcs The btide and groom were unattended. The bride wore a traveling gown of huff and purple, dinner, served at After a weddins the heme of the . ... , bride's parenta an informal reception Viis held Mr. and Mrs, Hoiijs l.ft this morn ing tor the east where they win spend their honeymoon and the) will make 'hen- iKSJse ai Purge alter Kovemfaei i l. The hralc is a native or Calumet and is ii v r popular souiif. lady, Ban w.ts greduntsd from the CeJosnet hit;ii ' school and for several lemnt has been I Instructor in dnsseslli sclenc Ln tke Fargo hiih sol i. Tin- groom is ;i j pi sfaat er ;it t in fits u Agriculi urol College nl i .n pi AGENTS HONOR M. E. O'BRIEN. President of Detroit Life Insurance Co PlWOeffOSd With Diamond. M. K CRrtoHi president of the De troit Lit'" tneorance coanaatiy, was presented wiHi a diamond stud ;it the annual Meeting ot agents Wedm-sdn j evening, following banquet gtven in ciiinnieinoiation of the birth of Hu snmpans, Reports of the secretary wen submitted and brief mlilucsi s were gtven h) l '. H, Bfateen, former LTnited States district attorney, Rtate Insurance Cbminlaatoner VYInahip and Depnt) i 'omrniM i w i ;. ur i i ijrr sih'im- in glowing terms off the JI"Allt Of the Compon) alt, I cmpli- mented the ofilccrs and agents of I hi corporation for its success, At thh juncture, loastmasier IVatSOti msdn the presentation BIG ENROLLMENT EXPECTED. Tho largest enroltgeeu In rears i: looked ior when the Bacnd Heart school resumes for th t'iiii and Win bay term Tnes kty, AHhougb tin strike prohabt ban reported in i em prospect i i students leaving town friends of the school are confident that this year's enrollment will show a splendid Increase over that of laat year. Tke Bs red Heart sckoMs are now ggaong ihe bent equipped la lbs upper iiciiiu uia and the facuh) is an excepttonoii) strong one, COUNCIL GATHERS TUESDAY Little important buutaces ut expect ed to ''one up iit ihe regular im i ins of tiie Laurium council Tueedaj iinvi the seaslun probably srlll be of short duration, it Is probable further ex- t.nsiuii i.i tiie w.iii int on tin til x r sUI be approved, Tne council now has im imp, riant Improvement work under way, the only project sndertak en this summer being the extension ot the pond water mam beyond PBwl strict mi ifiepinis. Reports probatd) dl shoe the Instttttathin id a large number Of ItMtfajnal watei meters. URGES FIRE DRILL FOR ALL SCHOLARS. Call:'. AHention to Law Rec)i,:rin(j Schools, to Safeguard Children. Iiaffiring. Mich.. Aug, m, Now thai the season is :iproiii hing for the opening ol schools, both pubth and sivate, Joan T, Wlnahip, state gri tmrehati is rnttreating himself in the skfet) or i h, school children of Mtcut a a. Poet ton '.i "t the stab hre law rc- imres all tenchers to conduct Hre J drills at least OTJCl a month and to I ha.e -ill doors sad exits nnkwdted during school hours. .Mr. Wfnahlp is writinr ihe chiefs of itv denartmi I - a shim them to sail th attention "t school autkoritnsi ii their cities te this se tlon ( the law am! to lnsi.-t on its nh:rvnne and he is also gnhfng th state press and ed ucators to co-operate In an effort to har tin fata uiven SridssprOad re-OK-nlllOU an t'ol clllcllt. PA6E SEVEN F. LEIPZICER Department -AURIUM BREVITIES. dat - ai Men, .grainier at the otllci l Jim ll trmil afti r w neggXa va atlon Wo ,, ha s be 11 i ' I '. c, ri Ollt J ' ', e Aanms, form i oi La uiium, il in Kiln erfevt he has In ate take Quel flhu ii in n T. it'll, i.i in ,i.,n . , I isiini iii Levi aim Thi b 'in and stei 1 1 -. I i 1 1 i Magi h ill oe i lowed Monday, that b Inn a g m iai hfiida) . Lahor I M r. ii ,t Mn . Paul I '. I "eti rl f !'i ml Hn street are the parents of daughter, The Interior of the Van i inii n ,, ' u, .. in i . ,, , i. 1...1 , i '" m i ,",,i (if, it1, i. Vf Hmmm V, , i. i , , B ' ' . i miuniru to her bonw in Laurium after spend- Bg the past dvs welMcs with friends bad ! httives troit. in Kalamaxtx I). - TOFCH LAKE SCOUTS HAVE RETURNED. ' out Maoter JoJ n Hebbard an ' saber " 'i ,h Laks t p of Be) Sc.. up returni i home loda) from it:t w hen tin spent 1 ll" BuotjacB past i"i i days cuinpinx. The boyv left Wedn-sla for the woods ami ;it though tie sxpir sealed some rBs ;iKrecaiiie weather, they reporl i ver) en.!" a th time ADUTTM E NTS COMPLETED. Tic Phil rtheridt o company has completed ti,e conetructioa or a butt sgsnts i"i the new bridge shicfa will span Trap Hod; river, ami everything is now in readiness tor the Jottet Bridge IrTrfl cinp mv to begin Structural nrk. : TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. ! ! -! e a .1. Bummers ,,l Ho.iht,.n Ited in Lake Linden today Usual :-ei i S ill i In Id in He churches ot the Torch Lake towns t. merrow. He. 1. t. Mueller, the new pastor oi thi Oerman Lutheran chur l: of Hubbell a m in hurtaUed tomorrow ovening by Hi v. Trunk "t Hanco k. naoktted " Bev. Bartliag ol Laurium Bxpttrts to the United states front Japan in 1?12 amounted to Nt.m I, tonstltuttna practically one-third m that fapun eaports America an- niiallv onutne - ,1a ; an lea vv m l h "ENUF SED.' WE SAVE VOU MONEY At Nti rsw PtOPtW DfPT. STORf Filth St.. nr-r P ne St. . GetThat in your mind memorize I gSam it say it every time you lil buy whiskey and you will I LaS always get the brut W9k I. ORDER FROM M LF.40ING DEALERS jfl i CALUMET, MICH.