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SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PACE THREE Hancock Department 1 50 VOICES IN ORATORIO AT THE M. E. CHAUTAUQUA WILL BE BIG OPENING FEATURE OF ANNUAL EvENT AT THE ELECTRIC PARK. The Capper Country i k. ( hauteu qua association Mw erraued i. open its iiml saoe tings .11 iciectric park i'xi summer wiiii an oratorio in which ISO people will participate. The art tori win M peeoshted, aiHlar the direc tion of a lit B. Hamper of Houghton, ami tiM lirst 11 1 1 1 s.il 1, ,s i,, , n , nthM lor next Wedni eds 1 p en inK at 'he Presbyterian 1 li ur li in IfmiMBtOB Tin- success of the Messi ah at tha Kern-due theater during ih paat full nude If hM Camper'a ladei ship is responsible M a dire 1 wai 1 the chnuhsjaqua amuuiement, MUm Camper gnnnuueea that copper coun trj to lent win appear as noloiau (several ufeeha ndfe letter were sent out ti members tit tii' chorawt that en peered la the Messiah, aaklng an e preealon oi opinion as to lha lease unity of makinK g permanent orsanb atioii. To accomplish this purp so it nus mated Mm recipient of thane let ters must volunteer financial support as well UK his or iu-r services gratia, a BufActant aumber of favoraMa r -piles imve been received ha warrant the step, and at the chase of rehearsal 11. m Wedncsduy evening steps will ) taken to nsnks the chorus permanent m tanlsotlon. RECEIVE NEW VICTROLA. A Vlctrola was received at the train ing quarters of the fclaseoch Nuv l Raaervea yejeterday, tii' nmchina being puiehnnad b) ifcje reeerves from the funds derived from the dames recent!) liven i hem Only twelve records ,1 . 1'tmpunirti the Vlctrola and tha ob jeci of the officers ot the brtejnde :'1 present is to seeura funds for the pur 1 haaa of additional recorde. The reserves are ptenning on in stalling a pool table in their quarters in Cermanla hall in tin- near future. The Houghton Light lntantrv recent ly installed a modern 1 ombination bll llard ami peel tabic and if the Hough ion hoys an do this local middles da not sec why they cannot do the HI DM, Teetlmony was lehen yesterday in (he case of the 1 eopl- versus loi'p.r Getneanar of iu- Roy eat, who is charged with forgery. The renunina tion took phtce before Justice Rich kern and was adjourned until March 2f for the iranecrhethw of testlroonj The charga of larceny sgatnet ive residents of Franklin was withdrawn. MAiL CARRIER 12 YEARS. Fred Rundle Hat Two Stars on Coa.-t Designating Length of SorvicS. Kred Uundie, psj 01 the areieri la lha i"' ..1 offtee sdao has bean in the servMs ai t h- UnHsd states goveen 1 II 1 : t as Ioiik as unv member ol the Hancock force, has the unique dis tinction of BAVfasg two black stms oi 1 new carrier's suit which he has JiihI received. Mr. nandhj has been In Mm servii c foe twelve yea rs and goon star denotes ttve years of active gervlce, Mat is i rohaldy the beet known carrier in this city. TIM iOMMf of wearing the stars is OWa Which is deserving of credit a I here He hut ft numbers of the force in this district who have been in tha service af ITncIa Bam suffi cient Isegfth of time tu gear more then one star, when Mr. Bundle eem plsteg three more years of serv ice hi vvii! be given tha honor of sraniing red slar on his sleeve to replace th" 1 beach stars, fhga denoting Rftaen years af active ssrvtoe. The S" aOrl Og of these slats 111,11 also apply to oayrha in any poatosnoa hi the lulled Stales l-'or Iw.ntv-livc yentfl of service a Silver star may !)' worn on lha coat sleeve ami for Afty years service a g..id star. Many people Ron) 1 t the opinion tha". there are no emp'ovees of I'licle Sam who have worked for fifty years and have bean Riven 'ho gold star, but no cording to a statement made hv 'Mr. Rundle this gaornthg there are many employees who have this distinction. LOCALS DEFEAT HOUGHTON. High School Girls' Basketball Team Wins Fast Game. Tin- Hancock high school i. is bat kctball team defeated the Homsht'.e. Bills' quint in a fast and rough -anv in the North Star Temperance had yesterday afternoon, winning h) the more of i" to :t. The garni was re markabto Per Its speed and mum au thorities on Biris' basketball expressed the opinion it was lha fasi..st KHinc played bj an) two teams of young la dies in this district for SOfM time. The Houghton team held the h ad fof some time at the beginning of the con test bm arete soon tied by the local irls. the scores at the end of the Bret half ending I to 1. In the second pe riod of paa) the Hancock misses came bach strong end tan the score up t in, pearl Qmon, playing forward, shooting all of the points. Arrangements may be made tor a return match, log Jeanette knocked out a Langford In Parts the other niuht. Init the Uinn ford was an Alfred instead of a Samuel. NOW PROPOSED TO TAX HONTERS Bill Will Be Introduced by State Sportsmen's Association 'opper 1 tercets i m Mil win be unity hunters will lie wi the announcement 1 1 at n introduced at the boxi see the benttnot of tie Michigan Boon -men tonight. .1 11. McOlMlvra) vtate fureutri warden, of l.unfdlic talked on tie' pfOpOl it ion f plan' 1 ..tin in h .Me I IK. in woods. II. advised I'm striking off cif numeruui reeerves In all parts of the slat, for us m th woik of propagation VILL FORM CRICKCT LEAGUE. Secretary Reid Will Soon Issue Call to Clubs of This District. slon of t ho state legislature b) mem- bOTS of the MlChlgjan Spoilsmen's as sociation to provide that all resident hunters! eacept deer ami beaver hunt ers, more thun IT eurs old pay a fee of $1. and thai non-resident hunters na taxed i". This action was decided upon at the meeting "f the aaeoclatlon at Grand Kapids tins week when the peasant li cense law wus considered inelllcient. It is proposed that the leceipts I loin the Hennaing shall in- paid over to the state treasurer to l.e used exclusive! in the protection ami propagation of game and iish. Non-Partisan Commission. Following the lead of W. B Mer shon, of Baglnnw, the nembers "t the ommissioii went n record as fa- or mg a aonpnrtumn nonpolltlca1 Rah and game commission to replace th" present department. In this instance rharles lloyt. f Lansing, member of the state gusae wat den's deparement. spoke openlv in OPPOeitlOfl to the plan. lie also attempted t" refute the statemenl made b) Becretary nv-- A, Tatem, "i ('.rami Rapids, that Came Warden Oetee helped io kill the commlealon legislation in l.ansiim in itlt, hy (! claring that iiates was in MhfqUCtte at the time. Tribute for Salable Fish. Hoyt suggested leginlntlon which win he taken up to compel commer cial nahermsn to pay a trlhut 1 very pound of Bsh taken from Mlchl Kan waters, the tlibUtS to bg used i'i reotocklng the streams and lakes The following ohleers were elected! President, v. & Mershon, Baglnav.-; vice-president, r. u Bhonrer, Bay City; secretary, Hugh Gilbert, Mln, treasurer. Qsorgs A. Brown, Detroit: executive committee. .John Waddell and k. s. Ibrldge, Grand Rnpidn; Dr. Cramer, Owoeso: Hlnton P. Hall, Bold ins. ami w. 1 1 . Huneaher, Baslnew, The offtcers are also members i f the executive collliniltee. Pleads For Co-operation. "Better enforcement of the uume and RsR laws in Michigan could be secured and ntOte rep. its of violators would he made if everv saembor of the Sportsmen's association would co operate with the onlcera of the law?" said John I'.. Iturhain, or New forh, president of tin- Ann m an Gnme Pro lection and Propagation association at g i , i.n v w illlem Rei copper ountry crh kel bounced j i slsidgj sfti win sense a egJI to the ill the near lutiire tu re copper country league, of the popular aports ol I. Sl. of tie league, an noog that lu rlckel team itrganms ih : ieket is on tin- Bngltsli PANAMA SLIDE IS OVERCOME Engineers Triumph in the Last Big Task on the Canal CATARRH OF THE THROAT 4 Is Liable to Produce Catarrhal Deafness Gossip of Market and Mines by Minnear & Co Continued from Second Page. i.'imbrinuH te.'tcd by a lust im rtgagi liquidated by the i ompany CORBIN COPPER The I'nited Stales IMInitiK i MlniiiB f-mipany caggg t th. reesma of Udg company and has advanced ?5,tM for Cor'. in Copper to complete the final pa' in. tit due on lie lalm In lm Bgtta omtmu. i ms n t"" the property, and can giving t the Bmelttog Intereatg any CofMn CCragMff "lock that they gMgM ascum at delm quent sales at the prleg of the assessment less l, WhlCh is termed ugdtm i Iter i" . the IHfHnClUent sate nCIU UCtOBSl i iglWMlnly gMM shares of this BtOCk hid in hv MM i.. ..i' '.li nun w ,-,. resold Hinca ttie' nine ipw.no.- ,., are ii w OUtatOndmg about llV shares, m las- .all of II per Snare is uue .- "-- mly ahout -,a," snares, so n At aprm company -t there whkh tin men has I ten paid future, uii thai would remher 81, Itlt, aeoording t. lalurmation at band, oper uions for Mm Month of January showed a lens of 11. 'i" i is expected the laal retorng from operations in Pebm arj win sheer a groBt, geotmng M remarks of Praefdenl Huge, The mngngBBunl has i b crltlcMed for not kaeulng gaora frequent taper la. ami whlls Secretary Pternias snplnlnafl the stand of th. company Very nhelv. We catltloi help hut fed that s:..ckhol.hrs are cntitl-d to .piarterly r.ports. As we understand it. lie- developments have oeen v cry prpgatolng in the past tew weeks. Work is being centered on the S.Oet f.".t level, and the No. 1 dtift is in Wt feet on the vein. The vein is about .'. feel wide at this level and very hinh Kradc. The las. car of ore shipped from Mill point showed assay values of y. til'.', . upper men of this dkttrlcl and for Many vears league inatche- ii.vc been held, It is likely the kMgUe will l.e formed us soon as tic snow ieuVes the ground Htul Indications at the present time are that it will ! a slio.,'- one. The Mohawk cricketers are at tins time the holders ot ' v,, . tips, which the. have won in past seasona. Secretary ROM Is unable to sts how tnanv teams will oin the league this vear. DlSCUSalng the prolUlble makeup uf tin- league gecretarj Be id stated i was his belief the sume teams that made up the circuit a vear ago would .mam enter eleven- l.a.-I season's finish was somewhat disastrous owing to th.. mi ike, a 11:1110.. r .f Hie bel olaveis in the laSLBUe leavlna for othl mining camps on account o the local labor dtetorbancoe, Most f tins., men have since returned and it is bll0Vd that none of the teams wi!; be treah" ened. Delegates t. the annual meeting are e apse ted from Mohawk, Patneedale, Qulncy, Mesnard, Tamarack, Kear1 BargS all. I Wolverine llie-e icnill'. constituted lha Mngue .. year ago, and ii is general!) undersi 1 the nrrang - metit was the most Kutlsfactory thai has obtained sin'- the inception of the feminization sevel.il v. ns ego, 'u!- thag the kMgriM to si teams from Sight gave some Of the towns an op portunlty to strengthen their llneuns by securing players who had been with other teams during previous season , LEHTO TO WRESTLE AGAIN. W;ll Appear in Big Athletic Show in Dubith Soon. Kail t-.hto has been urged oh strongly by the Pinna of Duluth to ngnln hihg to tne nuej that he hag been W.lkiUB out fol' gOUM time and 1 xpects to he in as Kiod shape as ever within u short lime, says the Xews-Tl ihline. LehtO is now located in DttlUth and his return ! the Wrest ling nam. will he pleasing t the many friends P.- has m.ole in Duluth. Lehtfl will mike ins Ural appenrnnce in a preliminary at the lirst ghow to bg xiven by the enitn 'itv Athletic dub at tiie Lyceum. The mg card of the shew has not been announced as .:. Ieill. believes thai he will lie bet lei than ev. r hi t .11 is uoliig on ill tiie role of a r e nary wrestle. merely t. show the pa die that he is .n earnest. In fa. t. h i- illlnn to meet tivm as thev come, Around the l in ejah gnstfteeg "i the city the coming bnok of Lahtn his fnrulslied a topic for much discussion. With a PtenMh mMdiewelght Phamnfon in Duluth in the person of Waino Ketonen, tie Finns ate now anxious to see hchto win honors for his race in the tight honvy weight dass. Ketonen is still after Y"kel and with .Joe Cnrr of Mlnneauollg clamoring fo? Panama, March it iCsnal enulnecs today express, d the opinion that the slide at Cueurchs virtue II j bad beei ..v . rcome and tliat it was now a m r matter of takitis "i't the dirt. Which U being i.inov.d rnucn faster than it b conajng Into the .anal. W, ''. Comber, 1 the dredglns. engineer, expressed satis faction at the ollllook. and de laied h" baUeved wlthla i -. i aaenths the ohan liel at CnCtttCha Would he at the in quired depth Plana have been com piet. d io begin next week the bringing ot tin- depth of the channel In front of lha slab- to the r.-foot hnal stage attb the ladder died..- foisala. All t he other dradgss win be removed. The width of tiie channel in front of the slide is now wit Inn II feel of Hie BpC elfleU Uf feet. This SrOS will bS re moved with dipper dredges when they arrive from the I'nited Stales. CLARENCE BCWMAN. a return engagement with the Bar) Lake hoy U looks as thoiiKli Iftfca would have to 111. el somehodv .lettv . 1 soon or he forced to Carr, Ketonn and Mill, r flaht it out tor the middli -weight honors h may be that Can s light in his . ..ntonlion thai Yokel cannot make the Middleweight limit (Itl pounds), if tins is uue. ChJTi Ketonen ami iglBer should have battle fnyal i" decide the ownerehlp ot the mtddlew Ight eroa n, WILL PRESENT PLAY. Junior Class of H incock School Will Stage Comedy Soon. Members of the junior cleas of the Kaacoi k btgh w hool have m ided thai the) win appear i. .tore tiie footlhrhta in the near future in a plav entitled "Hlgbee of Harvard.'- The .!av is a three act corned) written b iharles Tonmeend and is interesting and in structive. The Bret rehearsal ,as le I I last evening In the aeeembly room of the high s. hooi. This will i.e the "Iret appearance of tin- Juniors in en) play inn they feel that the) .an make their effort a big success. It is believed the production will i.e staged Immed Intel) after Lm HANCOCK BREVITIES. tijcSit erne A Case of Catarrhal Deafness. Mrf Whs. Bowman, R. V. D. !. Coon Rapids, Iowa, writes: "Some time uo I wrote you about my little iioy, clarence, live yemg of age. He was troubled with his ears They were very sensitive to the touch, find he was quite deaf at tine lb seemed to be worse after catching cold. 1 had taken him to doctors, but tliev did not seem to he able t., him, arid 1 was very much afraid hi would lose his bearing entirely. He was Retting more deaf every day. "I wrote to you for ad r . and you prescribed Peruna. I began RivinR it to him, and can now say that he is entirely cured. Ho 1b now well and hearty and can hear perfectly." Catarrh Causes Many Diseases. Many dhnmaaa nro caused by taking cold. A enld is very iik. lv to settle in the nose, eausiijn nasal catarrh. It may nettle in the upper pan of the throat, called the nasal pharyngeal space. In this apajee are two litth tubes called eustachian tehee, mat lead to the middle ear. If the catarrh settles in the phrtryn Keal space it may follow tie mueoufl membrane through the eustachian lubes into the middle ear. If i' does It will cause noisn-s in MM SOT, and later on be sure to oejaas ganfn Cutarrh of the throat may follow tho eustachian tUhsiS up into the mid dle ear without causing much canoem on the part of Mm patient. The par tial loaa of hearing is apt to bo over looked. A person may lea half hii Ilea 1 In A h'.-l'oi lie liens ; ' For iristnnce, suppose , man can hea.- his watch four 1 t from the ear. If he loses ills la 1 : Xtent that he can only hear thx t, .. . f hhl watch tv o feet fn m Ma ear h may not suspect it nt all. R h irlng is good enough for ordinary purpoots. He goes on without th- ilhffhtest sus picion that h" i. losing his ie a ring. He may hgee ringing in th? sar, or cracking and snapping sounds In the ear, or a feeling of pi sure In the ear, but he is rod gWgrS thai M M loetng his heating. Testing the Hearing. It is n ,toii1 thing to t- t your hear ing witii a watcn. irirst now nan watch against your car, then mjve it gradually av.ay fror.'t tiie ear ii.d sec how far away from the watch you can actually hear it tic!;. Try It on the other side and see If both earn are alike, if you find that you are unable to hear the oral b n both dd alike and nt a distant Of four ft from the ?r, you may know that deafness has air auV b gun. You should begin taking Pi rung at once. Oarnle the throat With cold, strong salt water, n.s directed Hi the "Ills of Life." sent fft ' bp Peruna ('o.. Co lumbus, Ohio. ' ' i ' tt it ment until a cure is elf. ted The Best Way to Girqle. Som. times cntnrrh of th nanal pharyngeal space will fni.n an ac cumulation ofseoretlons In th i throat' that completely f.il the space. Unhmg these secretions ore promptly T moved by frequent gargling polypi may be termed, Onct form d the polypi or adenoids, an they nr? some times called, will require a lnr; time with the ?a':-iinr to remove. Oar gllng according to the proper method win gometlmeg remove polypi or ade noids, and no surgical operation is regnlred. In order Io understand exactly trhet is meant by proper " ll i end for a fr copy of the ' -" 0 I4fe. Poring the whole eourre of gargling Peruna must ' ! taken according to directions an the bottle. Peorle who o'li;. to I'quid medicine-, sn nov, obtain Peruna Tablets, The Ladle .gular monthly meeting of the Induettiul goeleti of the Plrat Congregational . hutch .f th;s i Ity was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mis. V . PUCI'ltt On (iuiiev street. Th. attendance at the meet ing was large HOy g, Nichols arrived v .sfi da v from Grand ttapids to visit with friends and relatives in this cit) for short ttUM. M C, Qetchel visited m Calumet yeaterda) , r. w. Davis !i-is ra turned from Minneapolis, where he was called by the seriCUS illness of his mother. Leonard Meola return, d vrsleidav from Crystal rails with party ot men WhO have taken positions in dlf ferent mines ot the district. Additional Hancock on Page Two. FROM ONE DOLLAR UP WITH THIS BANK ancl you are 00 Mie road to pros per. ty! Spend less than you earn and deposit the difference weekly this is the way thousands have prospered, the way you can prosper! Ma-.e the start toclny and have money earning interest. Calumet State Baok ED HOCKING DRAYINC Phone 577-M. 224 Osceola St.. Laarium. N. R. BIANCHI WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER Our specialty Coppi- QueOn high grade whiskey. CALUMET, MICH. Phone 549 612 Oak St. DR. 0. H. SORSEN DENTIST. Calumet Over Metropolitan Phar macy Oak St.. Phone 5-j3-M Office hoar 9-12: 1:30-5 p. m. 00000 0000000000 ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS o o 00000 KATHLYN 2ND INSTALLMENT LYRIC THfATCR delinquent sale should be held la the near .1....1.....II. L nl slin k Would he hollSht ll OO O'lCvO enable the cmpioy to liquid St the loan. This, however, would live tlM Smelting t ini-auv the e.mtiol. for it the $;.-,,O0O loan Wf l-nhl ill full M stock, thev v.oi.ld have in rvrss of :.:n.H shares besides their ptesenl boMlnfM. II .im meltti) peopM with thclf corpg of onaineerg Will ins t sntel into a proposition of this kind. It CI rtau.lv looks UH if stoekl adders shot id MSJJM everv sffefl to v- tool their inddlngg. OLD DOMINION The snnouncement nuarter was certalnl) was evldcn ed '..v the action f IS on sellitiK bf disappoint oi M is payahh April fth 1 and compares Wtih 11.23 quarterly been payiiiR for the pant six quartern During the ,.as. vear tins ...mpanv expended IW, in ew properi.es and the remodeling ot lha concentrator ...id smelter. The WOfhrni shall KM also hen thoroum.ly overhauled and thM intc.er.ed .0 . llgbl ext-nt with the production of the company as well as added t. HMts Tiie,, SCaln. the directors may he. any t plimisti. rehnrdtng the future outlook of th. BJMteJ, and did not . ate Io make SB) inio ois panv's surplus. From a ahmlcal standpoint, Old Dominion int.. excellent s! . 1 . 1 y rapidly. .let Smith in the annuel .. port that the property nev ,r . i'i M4.lt lita ol, I 1.. 1.1 i 11 I 1" run i-.-n v , .us pas;, ami .. s ex- f only g i dividend the coming I disappointment to stockholders as ,1 the st. ck. which rea'teci iu 1 stockholders. This d.v Wend toch of record kfarth ihhi w iiivi. t in- company nus the con not have on lh. is rounding II was stated hy I'l-si re t"i" pounds over Ide hy the Improvements The COlhpany does not at looked as well as at servos aa tin. hlahest lei' som , led the I!.I4 production will shew an IBCWaM el I, 1 he Ifll output- I ais is .1.-0 .0 ,, hs smell, r an. 1 com -nun" nticipate any -xt raoronnu . ' ih,. IMMinthl reienll.v exp. no' lenses the coming yeai as ta , , oi mi ol the c-mpan) in ior construction has ;:. - i M,r I rxcellent shape At the present ggiliOf prl at lbs ateok tven with only $1 Mtmrterlv dtvhtetH It " 1 1 " ''" vestment, so It does o, geOtl reasonable .0 expe l a sV-Jgh further reaction in the si". It BUTTE ALEX SCOTT Tbis connuy Ud '' W J. 4 ounces I . ... . 1,11.. v.. j i..o of Silver. No. I Drill snowcil .. nr, .;o.e ...... m showed a I'-foot vein of very wood second class nee. It ,s rXPOCted that the March ea: n.liKs will be much more sat isiaotory as the company will not be compelled to do the amount of dead work which lias been doiio during the past two months. MARKET AND MINING BRIEFS Calumet & Arizona annual report will probably be mail ed st.. 1 kheeders seenetlaM this month. Shattuck directors announced the quarterly dividend of Mty eetftg a share, pay ante April lith to stock of record .March List. It was also slated that at the last meeting the directors anticipated the pn tits for the year and de. lare l Jl ldsndo for the entire rear, payabte at the usual quar- terly periods. Hoiimger declared I ifuhtrly Month!) dividend oi paynbta March -"th. Goldfield ConsolitlUed's l-Stlmated eamings lor tlic month of February wen i7!i,ooo. ci.ino produced in Pevrunry is pounds oi copper, iuK.rdlnn to the pn liminary Humes recently auuoume... . ins compares with Mflft44 pounds ... Jaanary, Mass Consolidated .ailed ... smsSSmsnt ol l per share, pavahle April 7th. This is in line with what was expected, fol as we stated in out last issue an assesmenl was inevlt ahle. Hedley Gold declared the renul. i quarter!) dividend of and ID extra. Onondaga is being inquired fer. I! mi piehaWa that some MM that lie While PtgJg developments have .. vetv ,av cable bearlns on iMg . ompanv s property American Sugar's annual .statement shOWS that the COSM pany only earnco lM MM var on the ...mmon ataeM This compares with !'.M earned the previous year l ain !ns i-i Ifll were MMfjlM -s than in Ifll. The recen; ..w placing Sunar on the lice list is the reason given foi the shrinkage in earnings. N. Y. Central de. hired the regnlai qnaiterl) dividend and this for Hi" lime being eliminated oiw ..i Hie cloud' iiangii.K aVer the market. I' is unite llkelv it will he again hroiight forward the m xt period as the dividend rale blWJ poM by this company is in a precarious condition. Calumet A Corbin mark. 1 seems to he broadening out j CtHMldemhC and th. week's range .l pines has ncen Hon. to Mo. The Short Interest In the market is said to he consider able, and if Ihe Kasteln advices are colled il would seem as d LfeM uiuuc ihouid uiaWc io; atubilily in pmcs. THE FASHION 0 . LAURIUM 0000000 J SUN. AND MON. MARCH 15-16. 302 Fifth St. This Store Offers the Largest Stocks to Select From. THE New Garments The Very Latest Fashions 11 Women's and M.ssei' Garments are rapidly coming in. Every day new mode's are bemg added to the collection on display in Our Women's Wear Department. Wr invite you to an n spection of thes- handsome garments. The showing re flcr.ts the ncw?t.t and most novel ideas that fashioi has already stamped its approval upon. The bettr. posted you are on values, and the more you know abou. styles and tsiloting, the more eager we are to show you our engag.r.j assortment. Handsome Suits, Smart Coats, Plain & Elaborate Blouses. & Fancy Tailored Skirts i j y This Store Teds the Truth In Its Advertisements. ADVANCE SPRING THE FASHION ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES.