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THE CALUMET NEWS MONDAY. MARCH 16, 1914. riic vfaiumrt Xcius Founded 1880. Published by the MINING GAZETTI COMPANY. DAILY EM' KPT BP N PAY. M. W. Ti NUI, Btli lor. W. at LY . TttialiK Manager. Entered at the P.-Nt tfli at CalUgSSfa Mud. nail, as Second v'luss Mai! Matter TDLEPH4 Ni :s: I ..SI !.-.".- OSaSM Editorial Room 209 4 Tl KMS My P 117 BSCRIPTIOM l Mall nr Carrier. Per month Per year, in advaneo Per year (not in ad van. e) Single issue . .60 . 15.00 . e.on . .05 Cogsaialnta of irrvgularity in deliv ery will tOOSlve prompt and thorough Investigation. MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1914. ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE Or THE FARM BUREAU'S WORK. I,, fOU know that KoUghtOg .oiin n alone uses over Ill.OtMOO. worth of fartn i'lml'n a n v. ar and that BBS thai I million dollais worth is r.- dw ad iii thin i nuntj " This astotiishnm Information is con tained m the annual report af Prof. T M Qeismar, expert for ihe Houghton County I'artn bureau. When these figures, and the apendid opportunities Houghtoa count) .it t for agrieoltaral development, are thoughtfully considered, the ireal un- Jiortaiee of Igsj faun lairean a a ta'- tor in i he 1. 1 ugrt - oi i Be dial i i i be confess appai 'u The bureau urges puainessmen m well as farmera to affiliate with it. and in vie of the economic Importance f its work this appeal should fairy gtnah weight. The bureau, in ist ence only a rear, alraad has sccosn pltahed much, but the possibilities are great and it win require the co-opera tioa of ail coflamualty interests ta make he must of them. As yet less than six acrea nut of every hundred in the county are i tn -proved. The bureau aims t.. render the present farms more efflelenl and pm Ide a greater number of orje I les sons whh h lead to more rapid sgrlcul taral development. The importance of this development in an economic sense is pointed out V Prof, Oelamar In his annual report. He a year for farm produce helps the agricultural development of aome parts of the country, lint if raises i he price t" the consumer and ia practically a dead loaa to Hough ton county, The businessmen hould atop to consider nhal a tremendous influence would be ex erted UPOfl the prosperity of the community by making Houghton county sell sustaining m food pro (tUCttati and paying out at hOfJM ti.is ast sum. tii. greatest part I w!ni h aould again ftnda Ita aay into th.' . ruuineln of home i rade Its effect would he more far tea' biag than a pa r .11 to 1 2,000 tddittonal men in factories at mm"-, et it would take nt least this much to offset he present drain upon the resources of the community, lis effect upon indus trial development would he no less Important, tor it aould at the same time promote the various Industries which follow in the wake an. i dept mi upon agi It ul l oral deveiopnu nt." COST OF LIVING IN BUTTE. T!,e i si o living ill I '.title, the cop per camp to which the Western Feder ation ot Mineta pointefl with pride as an ideal haven for the- working man. has reached such .Miners' union a irtlona that th r i in an effort to A c,,uitlee is ndiui in Inves IP I t. M .Mid formulate if possible noma 1 i ehef. pi nt v have ; dm In - i. and prices for ail necessities m leased to alarming figures, i; i ii pointed out t hat when w ages under the sliding s.ale in effect, idvance in proportion, and when are reduced there is no change . s, Consequent ly there is no nt benefit to the srotUni man ' on. du - n.l assessments must I to th, federation. Lake Su- m Inert who go to Butte Invar re disappointed and many w ho le to r. turn, do so. This haa pi it ulta been the experience of numbers of i hew during the strike in this district 'I' BtUi h prefer tin- copper country t.. in. federation -controlled ramp, The snffratre movement in not un like th-. (shot movemer.t. Roth are fesjtMgd hot fustlfJcatton does not mean that bomb' ahnll tnke the pesos of peaceful agitation or that hatchets a hal dl place srgusssnt, if Bmgtaad had not shown a weak spine at the Very o nset of bar trouble with the mors war-like agitators there mish: have a. . u em niartvrdom hut liurdl'. more. Michigan, saya the Pontlae I'l. -o.azelto. met the problem gf threatened disturbance In the upper peninsula by strtngem magna! thanks .. the (a. t that it possessed af the time i .ieiii..r who pl.nd r-spee faff law above mere political or person al advantage. THE PACKED JURY'S VERDICT. The i onsreHHioiial inv estimation of the rgpgar atrtho, a purely aaaaeseta tiolihl ,. Michigan'! sale comern ai.d never Involving un federal questions as Pemicratic leaders a. know let;c. lOgjgJ '"'"' aM ended ea. tly as It wa expected to end and as it was ap parently but ended to t.n,i, the Detroit I r. Press ri ni.i rkg. Tin' I t SSI I'Baiai II. having Siifel re turned to ihc V'itiatSd atmosphere ol VITnahlngton and their lungs halg rrssd rem lbs air of a truthful emir hincni, .ii,- iuiun out Inter vlewa thai differ vast I) from what the) aald arhttt hete. The S.IV Hot a Holltarv W nl il about tie' suiije. is enumerated in theii I nat ructions about peonage. Interfer ence with the mads. Interstate trans portation of dynamite for illegal pur poses, . ombfaatlona in restrain of In terstate trade, violation of federal laws in Immigration MP on other top ics. Hut the) t II UsS coimiry that the copper companies are wrong in not recognising the Western federa tion nf Hflnera. thai the ntlicaa aM nice is trying to drive that obnoxious organlaa tioa out of a country that was peaceful until l cams and has aevar hoi a minutes panes since. ih.1t Imported deputies have m ob trouble, that the cond lion nf the oil,- strikera la critical because liny are ..lit in the snow, although they are still occupying the company houses, and that something ought to hi done t" a corporation thai has taken v nun, nun ttul "f Michigan's territory and has put hack only il.'i.OOO.nmi. What has . unless to do with all these matters? Nothing! The) arete not included in the resolution author ising th. committee t" Investigate the sirike . They are not in any SSSSM germant to the purported mission ot the Investigators Pit they are what the agitnti ra wanted the committee to find ami the committee found them At the end of this intrusion into Michigan's state sovereignty the sit uation is just where it was before the Intrusion began The single difference :s that the inSUlt to the state has ben offered and has been accepted. with ..ii respect tor Governor Ferris and with full recognition of his COUC- l, ' an.; fairness in the discharge of Ins official duties In this difficult mat ter, we regret that he has not shown himself as Willing or as able to del', nd bla state from external attack as h i has been to perform bis functions in i elation to it.s internal affairs ESnergetU overt opposition as tb state's thief executive, or quiet per auaelort .is a Democrat whose achieve ment r in a Republican state must com pel attention to bis request, would al in.. si certainly have deterred the in m inlets it. .nt forcins. themselves into a matter beyond their province, gjvsa publication ot his report on the very conditions they pretended to Invest! KStS WOUtd have none far to nullify the mischief they were bent on do na It is late now to give out that re- port ; pel haps it is too late, for nver tiKinr scandal is a long chase. Ttu' ihe governor should do what he can to undo the damage his wai.hful wait ing has brought. His report should be bilshec, AUSTRIAS BACHELOR TAX. The newly revised income tax law of iistria which has just been passed Rtakea th- bachelors pa) for then sin lioness ltd requited that such pet eons, having aobobdy dependini upon them, v- ill have to pay II Bet cent additional in the amount of their in come las Also persons having only one other to provide for. sin has mar tied persons without children, will be required la paj an additional II pet cent Those in this country who are not so fortunate s to he in the Income tiii:tiu' Class may sympathize with their even less fortunate ftllowNn in Austria. ITndet the old law the tax be umu upon Incomes as entail as t.'to n year. The social democrats, or social it party, urged that it was a gpant Injustice p. subject S'age sarneri with such snial! incomes to the tax, even though it amounted to only SI 'a a year, pspeclsliy in thru of the enormous ln- creaae which has taken place in Mm cost of living since the present scubj of Income tanattaa was fixed it psnfi ago. Tin- hoc la list a demanueii mat cne minimum income should be flxel at Md, compromise w as finally PNM b- ed eatahllahlng the minimum Income liable to taxation to $J. Here In this 'onntry the incrme tax doesn't bein until the income is jn.OOO a year. However, the new Austrian law will Ijagafll ti e working classes generally. - tee n provides wlnie wife and chil dtaM at. working their earmnKS will not be ret koned in with those at the head of the family for assessment. e. e t in case the wife and children Sent m re than $320 a year. An instance of the in reaac which w ill atre t the wealthier I laawes mav be studied in the HUM of a iticrdi'" with an income of f 10,00(1, now ray ing a tax amounting to 3:i. Th new' lgff puts him up to f421, nnrt If REVIVE CHINESE RELIGIOUS RITE But New President Says It Does Not Mean Restricting Freedom Peking, Match 11 Accompanying the mandates which have Just been promulgated prescribing the worship of Hea van and t Confuolous by the president ami certain provincial o4R i lals. there is one explaining that this does not mean that China has adopted a slate reliK ion. The documents at tract wide interest liec.iuse of the OHg controvera) to which they come as ..t least a 1'inporar.v termination. Tluv are taki ii as a declaration on the pa' t of the president that while his govern BSSnt intends to worship in the wav that Phlneae governments have been worshippina for ienturlea, it will not interfere with the religions of those who believe m worship in another form. The mandates read In part, as follows: "Reiigloua liberty Is oh served throughout tin- world. Mur republic is composed ( nve races, Chinese, Man. bus. Mongolians, .Mohammedan; and Thlhetun.s; and their historical traditions diifei. Then- religious be. liefs ar.- difficult, therefore, to unify. It would not be snS) to adopt a state religion, for such a. step might be cm- trarv to the wishes of the i pi, H .t aacrlticel .'Mend at th' proper seasons the ancient sa Inti and sagsa. .s preset ,., I iii the laws of the late I'hins Dynosty, did not touh the luestlon of religion, since the., are mi in , ontii. t with a republican form it goventment the) should be con tinued as a token of respect on the pan of the succeeding generations. Fhs choice of rellaioa is still bit tn the people. This is according to the liberty guamnteed by the constitution and in a. , old with the practice of thil world. This order bj issued to avert p.sii I.- mlsunderstsndlng and sua pit ion. Not Restruction of Freedom. Ill promulgating the decision of the administrative council, the president, after repeating the council's report an) s : "I, the president, am aware that the ceremony af aacrlBce - offering I i Heaven has been held m meat rover en. ine,. leiiii.te times and preserved by tin- government .! China through successive ages. Fat the people : tast and cleanse themselves.' and pa.v profound respect to the Diety. is ra tional; and no clause has ever agists 1 in the institutions of the COUntT) pi".- hlblting or restricting tins observance, i hereby order that the sacrifice offer ing t., Heaven shall he made a uni versal ceremony," I la- place chosen tor this worship "ti the part of the president is the famoua Altar of Heaven, where ths Bmperora ..f sm uj dynasties have knelt and offered thanks and aUppilru ttOttS to the open skies. The altar is a vast circular marble dais, or rather, a series of daises rising on another, tii center circle, where the Kmpeiot for merly knelt as Son at Heaven and mediator between bis BSOple and the Diety, i.eing considered in former days the center of the universe. i in two sides of the Altar are rows of huge open furnaces of wrought iron, and a lafgS one of masoiirv. where tb. ox is sacrificed The Altar, and also the temple and the imperial l.uilditu.s ill the grOUndS. have been neglected and are now in ne, of much repair and so overgrown with weeds that th pathways are almost impassable. Vandalism By Foreigners. Not only has time been permitted to put its mark upon the place hut the vandal loo has done bis work. Not able things have been taken away, , many cases stolen, till only a splendid thfon surrounded by a dragpn screen, BUCh as it is to be seen only in the r.. tin. Men City, remains. Hugs pieces Of the carved marble have been hack ed off the Altar and the temple. Much of the wrecklna has been done by for Signers but not all; the t'hinese them selves arc t.. i of n e extent guilty, The place has never been restricted I., the presence of Ihe 'iiiti olilv; foreigners and some Chinese had been permitted to visit it even in Manchu days Itut sine,, the Republic wi a proclaimed it has become a gatl - f public park, ami considered a relic f the dynasty thai has past. Nor would it be fair to glvs the impression that the vandalism and the lack of ears fiavi come entirely with the Republic, The ManchttS also were negligent he happens to be a bachelor he must pay MS0, 'in Increase of () per DSnt on bis fo-mer taxation. KM for the bachelors, they haven't any aympnlhy commit, and the only quarrel with the new Austrian lax is that it isn't hgh SSMlUgh, The rillaana' AJUanCO, .Mr. Talor commented, la arotkitig along the line, ef driving the MT est era rVderatlon of Miners off the nuip. He might have gone further and remarked, sayi the Mining Journal, that as tin as the cop. per country Is concerned the RVdera tion is off the map. and th, efforts of the Citizens' Alliance, backed by a pretty much nutted puMic sentiment. have there be o CfllWaod by success. An unusual situation win atfaw when Miss wiison marries net retat) M - Adoo. At tin agg of .'I she will be wife, step-mother, step-grandmoths r and mother-in law. The United States export. , t,, rope In 111 close to a billion and a half worth of goods. These are n,,t panic injures, Tin i look, indeed, UCtM Caff ol the Kiounils. and QStfj olio a vcar was the rnclnaura put in ntdei fi ihe Rmper or' a islt. Not all the irili.isin ul the presi dent's present aetiea is hostile Con fucisntsta ot onntaa. ure ajenernl f pleased. I'nr. besides the worship f Heaven the president and certain Kov tt limcni otlb ill Is Will bull! Iliselise I offer sacriheea in the temple of llterx lure twice a gent to the spirit of Con fm lus. AMUSEMENT LOVERS NOW DEMANO EARCIGAL PLAYS "OFFICER 666." BIG ATTRACTION' HERE NEXT MONDAY IS OF THIS CLASS. That the tastes Ihe large armv i ! amusement aessatJS in America ate leaning mere ami more toward plays f a farcial nature, is the bellM ot neatl) avet) aem oi theatrical two din ers. The public want to be amuse i lather than instructed, is (be wav Ihey figure ti. situation, and the present season would seem to bear .nil this assertion Take the IlltK of tic e. ork Ntauc duegSg the pnsl season. Nlnet) per lent pj them were musical fatten, corned) dramas, straight farces .r musical plays, all constructed wit! the one idea to create UtUgbtet, "If v on have a play that has good comed) lines and situations," tlu v s.iv to would-.be authors, 'let us read i'. If it contains briKht lines if it aai speed and action il II Is than. In short. It' it has a punch in it we will prodin , it far '.mi." In "Office; which sjMl be pre Seated at the Calumet theater Muu day, Match Mkla found a farce thai contains all these desirable atttlbUtSSt It was wr.'.'.en by Augustla MucHugh, an author heretofore unknown in fame as a piuywrigni. inat, nowever, ne.-t not count sgainsl Mr MacHtigh. a man need not be the author of a lottfl strlna of bits la be aid,- to produce one mute. It's the tirst one III if counts. After that he may add to his SttMg as fast as he is able to turn them out Get them produced, loo, II In Oral writes one success. "Officer is an odd title. T.ic title of the play constitutes flft) pet cent of its attractiveness. One of the tirst problems that i '. 'gS M . Cohan seeks to solve when he has a play Idea is an attractive title, and few men in this branch of "human SfMdnvor have been more successful In their sele -lions than hasUthis fainoisli v ..unfl au thor. MORE THAN THOUSAND DIE IN RUSSIAN TiDAL WAVE Bkaterlnodar, Itussia. March 14, Over I. "nt' persons perished in the in undation of the towns ot Btanltsa and Achtyrakaja i. a tidal wave fnasj ths Sea of Axov. Satut lav. Tile Kt'al wall of water struck the towns during a violent hurricane which swept tin province of Kuban. Over I"'11 persons also wete drowned in iloods in Tasen ka.ja. A big dam coll ipsed in the town of Temrynk Situated on the Tainan pen insula, SS miles northwest of this clt; , flooding the greater part of the city and dfOWnlng man) persons. The sea washeu away SM buildings in Achtyr skaja, Temrynk is a historic town with a population of 11,000, it once was the seat of the Turkish fortress Ideas, "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." 1080 Ftrsl assembly of New Hi shire met at Portsmouth. Caroline Hersrhel. famous tronomer, born, Hied Jim 1750 I I. IKtH, James Madison, fourth preside. it oi the United siaiis, born n( Port onwa.v, V'a. Hied at Mont perier, Vs., .lane .'v I Brltlah warship "Invincible," wrecked off Knarllsti roast, wit loss of toil live s. United Slates mditarv academy al West Point established. Duchess of Kent, mother of Qlteen V i c t a ..i died. Morn Aug IT. iTsr. -Funeral set vice fss t'harles Sumner held in Boaton. Three German ami three Amer lean warships blown aahore In hurrit ane at Hasnoa, Bulsnmrlne telephone .abb- from London to Paris um pie ted, Prince ami Princess of Wales left BSngland for a tour of the I 7 ". I British colonies. Freedom of the Clt) of Londo 1 '.HIS con f el l e, Xightlnga .ii Miss Pion FOREST NOTES. Connecticut has one and a half mil lion a i res of tlmberinnd, mainly farmers' woodlogai India is developing an Important turpentine imlustrv. though H does not vet supply the home ninrktt. Onl) one wood, Spanish cedar. (Ce tela odorata) la commonly used for 'tK.: boxes. KOmettmCS a cheaper wood BW) form Ihe basis of the bo:, with paper-thin reneera of the tropl caj cedar over it. it has been Buggcsted i ha t certain kinds of tlmbtl on ihe uaiional fOtSSta i.e reserved tor the needs of the net . This te, ,,Hs the la. I that I be In .1 toe. st reservations in thi fOttWtrj were m oie r,.r naval matfrlal The fsspnttgsent "f agtlcuhare ta tr)'ins to eliminate the dsnsrer t eattla from poisonous plants on national forest lillliies. ( If ll.ese olai.lv l,..a... spur leSO weed, death hums, and wa ter hemlock ale the most poisonoiiw. Larkspur does the most harm because it lit so wMttj distributed ami is par tleniailv bad for .utile. ordinarily. horses win not em isrhsaar, and sheep ' in ssg it without apparent Injurv. VJXn, Start Should Be Made Under Glass! to Obtain Eaily Blooms It is lime now to pi mi v me id' tiie Rowers iluil ar" eeds fOr to jm Whether acre ha the outdcor gnrden lat. i on. your itower garden la a half Of pis! els thS mots plain v. indovv box, t he How - ou raise youret u will seem ow n th 'ii those that th' tloi 1st Starta lor vmi, and the only wav to get early blossoms is t.. sJanl tin- seeds now. under -lass. gome amateur amMoncn ate sue reasful with seeds planted In a shal low box placed in a sunny window, The Window glaSS selves to protect Ihe tmv pi n is front io . sudden change ot temtssrature. rtui it more uauully sip . 'sful methl d is t.. plant the seeds iii boxes, ever them with ahum an1 leav Mi d-.ii bettered place. n irsi import. in the soli in e.l. Il winch the seeda art Should he made u Light ned m it h sand . a ke and harden am reliable fertiliser, be i .it' sat den snJ . so that it will not i mixed v illi some Prepare the anil sev lta.VS before it is n lied, mola ten i r with a line Spray am' I ul it ifl the sun. covered with n . i s . so I ha, ii may boeome warm and frlohle be t..re i be seed.'; .mi planted, Befots the Boll Is put in Ihe bOSeS a laver .! broken nOWer crocks should be put iii. to suppl) proper drainage, ovet this should 'o a layer of CoatBe liber of name aoti to keep the line 'oil from washing dow n. The top soii. t..r ihc depth of an inch should be rubbed through a line win i sieve. The seeds should be sprinkled carefully over it and not collect in any depressions. Il the seeds ale v crv small tiny need not hi- covered with any eat lb. If tin v are not of th.' tilt hs! sori like those o cockscomb, for instance, which are almost infinites mal mix ;ti Tii with sand before strewing them vet the soil. Larger Seeds - .11 can he liyhllv covered Wll II tine soil. AS aon as the Seeds are In or on th" soil, water them vvith a very fine spray, An automiser makes a l: i spray, easily worked and lint enough Hot to disturb elthet SOll Or seeds The water used to spray seeds and Seedlings, by the wav, should be drawn some lime before it is needed, and kept in the sun, in a big bucket, to w a I III As soon as the newiv plant) d seeds teeeeeeeeeeeseee3 THE NEWEST DRESS GOODS AN BEAUTIFUL NEW PATTERNS REFLECTING THE EARLY SPRING STYLES. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THIS SHOWING AS ONE OF THE FIRST AND MOST COM PLETE OF THE SEASON. Everything soils lor loss at Vertin's Fashionable Color ed Silks for Spring Wo liavo all the latest Crepe weaves. Satins, Moires and novel ties. All new and fresh from the American and foreign silk centers. 30 to 40 inches wide at per yard 59c to $2.25 VERTIN BROS. OAK &. SIXTH STREETS - - ee;ee;ee;ee; Daddy s Bedtime Story Why thr Sliamrotk Is Worn on St. 1 trick's Day. D A 1 I V. wliv does every one Naked Kvelyn. "Today saw ti ngrsalg, They had hands and ever so njanj people martblng leadlng tin- para da were a lot of Ittt to Birls wooriitg greea f rooks. Thus ail carried small harps, on which Ihey Wete pla.viliv, lovely lli-b son-., aid evety one WOtC a piece of shaiuio. ;. " "YoU sec said daddy, "the sbamtUCg Is very gtttcl) like a small eluv, r. lis leal was used by the Irish pitioti SI. I'alllcL when Mntatnlng bis rs JlgtouH beUefa tu the lii-ii i'eopi.. So thnl ever since then the Irish pie hlive hoed lo ..ear the liih shammd, on St. I'ltrick's day. There have been iiiiiny p M ius and ssmgs wrttteu abool the shamrock ami the smartnsj if tin. green it bt ': i'l Iht ahamrnck keeps awaj the snakes which st. Pntriek dtu . out .a iiciantl. for fhey thnnui live and thrive where the skstssfutk gfonri i h. to is a legend nboul si. Patrick which i think I'll have to tell you. Ki t . it sold to he si Patricks footprints nag be seen on the rucks oir the -ii . to by the skerries harbor The story goes that onog ti cMeftalu batueti Dlcllll " lew hi- BWOtd to strike St Patrick When he was about lo do i! i, cruel tlctd hi o u hi ai i at ame uetfectlj stiff until he mid layhi ! obedlcul tu si. Patrick. Tlten st Patrick taught him to he good and kind. "SI Patrick "ii- very simple mag in his tastes. He wore very plain riotkiiisj awl spent his time ettucr belidug people and uteacbing ta tkeei w la pru) in: sin', another Interesting story Is thai of the idol worshipers st. Patrick weiii luu the place where these neotue were and round them wutsblputs I lis idoN There was a bugs pillar ul stone with the chief Idol on top of it. it was covered with slabs of gold and silver, ami ti round it in a dtde were tw re other Idols. St. Patrick smote Ihe chief idol with his cio.ier, and Ihc i.loi crumbled to dust til once Th. u the ether idols fell to ihc gixnand. si. r.'tii k tn cried shoot Ireland a great deal going Minor and thither conv ert in;.: ihe i pie and teaching tbeSB, lie w as a very hard Worker and did a ureal deal of good for all people. "The Irish have never forgotten all this, and so it is no wonder that tin arc proud of their saint ami thai on st Patrick's day they like to celebrate it to his BHHttOty, "The parade which you saw was Interns ttnft wusu't it, rbihtten T" "Yea, indeed." said the i liil.lleti "And. daddy.M said Jack. Mtbe Irish music was no lovely." "The little girls looked so nice in their green drosses." added Kvelyn. h.n e been moistened t bey si id put in the sunshine, in course, w the niKhis are chilly, the boxes e, Whlfc ,ey ot brought -'lis in. I seedlli as must i in the house and on Storm) days the', must no; be taken out or doprs. Whet the w lathet i1- Hue the Ulas- covets must he laised to ventilate the boxes'. They cm be entlrel) removed in mild weather or else propped up on Stone or sticks an inch or so from ihc t.u of the box, in days when the boxes are kept in the house tin y must also be opened for ventilation, Us sure that the son reaches the top tf the box. almost, so that tin- edges will not cist a shadow ov et anv of ihe tiny seedlings ami so deprive them Of Ifit mil. ht which is their life. As so. ai as i heir appears the little stealings make nee. in- doubly careful f them f o a sudden draught ma v blight I hem, too hot sun may scorch them and, a lack ef moisture will aurels starve r.K .,?! "r ,tr.. ; - - v. Dress Goods We have just received our ship ment of the celebrated Broadhead all wool dress goods, including all the new shades of Mahogany, King Blue. French Blue, Copenhagen Blue and Tans. Up to 54 inches wide, prices ranging from 50c to $1.75 a yard. NEW SHOWER PROOF FOULARDS Beautiful printed foulard silks of the well known "Shed water" var iety. Patterns distinctly new, em bracing the season's most desirable colors. At per yard 90c and $1.00 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY 4 (.p -4 L J The Idol Turned to Dust. wear a alt ttnrock ON St Patrick -, d ,v i hein W hen ihe in.iinal temperature .vain and comfort.' ble, the BScd I 'injis. which hg that lime may hnvt 1 w u" latge lor their boxes an I have beet) t I': I) Sp I a 1 1 1 ei into pots, mi i.e set out iii ihe garden, Geological surveys of part Hpltabergen show thai then. II -use ih ii sits of superior ci if 11 ati llll tali - v IdUah ulna ti hem i ami companies alike ate plan tap tinse resources ami hrlnq ti the bJgwwg) of international trace, A I I Greece must It w law has come into effe which stipulates that all tVSgt paid in cash either wei kl) I hn t lm a a week. in 1'rance. the govern menl i fixed percentage of the i xpended by the labor unlom ta ppcr! ef i he unemplo) ed. amounl for th t t ? i ? ? :.: i t t t ? i 1 ? 9 i 1 I 1 1 1 I f 1 ? 1 1 1 t Dress Goods department First Floor & CO. CALUMET IDEAS IN i D SILKS !