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MONDAY. APRIL 20, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FOUR Ihc vfnlumrt Xcuis Founded I'libMsheil by th MINING GAZETTE COMPANY. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. la w v. i 'I N' ;s. Ld.ior. w M LYON BimImm Man .wrr bttfM at the Poet nfflve at i'aluim-i. Mulligan, as S. . nd I'lasa Mail Matter. TELEPHl 1 N i s PusinosH office Kdltoriul itooms TUMI OK si B8CRJPT10N: By Mail or v'arrier. Per voar. in advance In Pi r oar i tu t in advan.e I . . Per month Si tit: I MMM 6.00 .50 .05 Complaints e UTW iTttf in deliv ery -a ill ni'iMif prompt and thoTQUgll Imrealhrnilnn MONDAY. APRIL 20. 1914. THE PEOPLE BEHIND HIM. Tin- whole nation at and behind Fraabli il wiis.n in i. is detenu i on t,, t. t h 11 i.rta a INHM M I UphoU tin- lotllltl .. ' .liun.lv aiul honor. Iluerta. n.t Villa, provoked tlw ftfil Mep toward Interveatios not i the m ur,i. r oi Am i icaae; tu A 1 he tor t u re :nul m ir il. t of Kur.'i .ms; not by MIOR, loot and rapine, but by ti - fuetng to aetata the Rag- " apelagrj the unwarranted erTOOl ttnd humilia tion ii man rearing the uniform "f the L'nttad ftatea and other Ineulring tacidenta Kour, with wu pfefAmtknw under way. vita hattlwhlfit eteamliaj to biockmle and bombard, if neceaaery, the prnph are aupporting the preet dent la iiis itecn mrpuaa to aacure rod waa for tha insults heaped on tha I'lillcl Stabs by limit. i. Jfk:. "W have the punch, we know it. and we are going to deliver it. Hoerta hat had his last chance." Cabinet Officer. Thai in another notal ' ' I that win take its place among lb fe moua aeyiagf in biatory. Uenrv I'oi.i !.,ii leeurad the fro I n of a voting man. who poaed aa his son ami riVOil him a job. Bfbw look f I 01 i I K lease in the bOgtia s..ri CfOp. MAC DONALD S POLITICAL FUTURE. Ma. iw.nai.l- iv way apella m nana may have the n to come befora tha mpar paata ix'ople next fail. Bayv tha lab pea mmtr t' I Ii! Iron re, 1ut we doubt Is .ii.i. :i aa o a- ba i party, and ith the fta and hia followers in th it. I . Ul he ei tioa . an, b t THE COLONEL IMPENDS Yorkl Report Milwa ilo a Mi n- I !ia-r ma mi bin as raagaddon prit Iplea the BBUrhmonial Mr. litical overturea Um tO a pr.H til al man l feat oi siit h Chunal and Matt. Quay. Pi 'COME INTO MY GARDEN. ' "Donml ii sour i nice? I tae of these bright Mini da) I in am met, whan the pavements , in hot ami dry and taiiiv aaem to burn tin .'-,!..- ,,f nne'a ahooOi "all v mi pa I iin a greefl a ml vel vet lawn, rool ami soft underfool with ahade treoa oaating long shadows along the green turf." ' And BUt-'h a CORtfofl ma ba your it yon use our cwtilha n Kuppoaing you HAVE been try ing for yean io Imve a a moot h green lawn. You pfobabi) baven'l irie.i this yet. our Partiliner ap plied at the lale nf J.'. In "I) pound a pei thousand aojuan feet, and iluriiu i .iun went her, would work ol dt i Wl1 h ) our la w n " "if vnii are j i j t alerting new lawn, our Pertiilaer hi Just nrhal you will ne.il ti. yam the best reaulti in the ahorteal time. Not 01 Is youi I awn. but for ; our tret-, iioweis and ah rube. Kof your window gardOfl and poi-i-h. v in'K. n.u htag . .1 1 1,1 be In Iter." ' Your gafdi n a ill take Ofl ti liew lease nf .f, . ,e gntfla Will ba greener i be trw broadot ami ahadier and the fimvt n M ill nmell gaolof for being troatod with our I'eit iiizer." THE M. VAN Houghton ORDEN CO. Launum on .il! i f lu t ' .ii (hat due-- tloll. Cut we should think MM lohuiel will Ik- oarefuii) ooaearted haft fa the vaii iluty" In turned Inn, i m renum I ... . ... aafa UMM it ,h atmut s wnen in ioIoiu I emerged from Ihe African Jun gin anal refuaed la pa the amrd dntv until a long and eareful diagn sin ol the Miu.it. mi seemed to warrant the belief i hi psyrlioli'O. al moment li.nl arrived to tfll dut to net tuisy witn the megaphone and in form UM iolotu-1 in thunder tonea of the will of the people anew that thirtl nip o Mi La i oiifite arheeo oaf all i ifimM .nh pole or something .ilHiut tint lime, must it nieinbt r all about It. S., the it. Ion. I impends again. Tl) It'Phant will go round presently, and we shall lit ar the good ..1.1 i-alllope What it m.iv have to sa .ilx.ut Me uill be interesting. ml. agtopoa of that, what a first rate i il tiivei nor an.l prov laionai - . i Mesloe Cot Roonevatt amuld if un.-thuij stf iuious in that Hrectioa vviii have to bo nnfmrahaii. ademic and i hautanuiia methods ba i' failed ! r. t.iry l.iniels of the n.iv y mil h.i . been glad when the recent ;ii m ale anie. It look the attention "f the i ubllc from ium raoaal pffohlattJoa artier. 4 LAW WHICH FAILED. The state of Mu'hitf.m baa profited inn h from tin automobile industry, but that has not prevented it fro'.t being unjuot to automobile ownera, eaya the Philadelphia Praaa. it paaa ed a laa making tin owner of an au tom it reaponarbta for latfuriaa cau- l by his cur. nr. matt.r who was ir.iting it. In this way g man ab sent in Europe might be indicted for majudaughter, boeaoee of an unfor tunate caaueity in the use Of his mn bine ii his nbaenea at which ha lv.nl no Icaowledga whatever. The supreme ooort of the United states baa just dei tared th-a law of Michigan to be unconaUtntloaaL it ,s fortunate that tha Barron and unjust policy of a single state legislature can i i orrected in this w.iv bv a broader Dkirer t-l.tnl review. It is a notice to all states to keep within th nea of hartiea as I right In the their automobile legislation. Th. Pennx lv ariia automobile law set rvs to 'ix reeponafbility f.r accidents where it of right belongs. If the owner testifies that he was not operating- the car at the time of the allege I violation of the laa. and diaoloaaa who a.-- operating it. if known, the pre sumption of the owner's raaponaiMiity .- rentaoyed. This is in the .-pint of lifl.ess R'-'kitSS -;- :.::, and cul pable negligence should be punish. I, ' ' - !. dor,, .ii. !... r. ; " - - : I'-! ii. Ivan, t eeka to do this, and beranae the Michigan statute did not. but arbi trarily fixed all blame m the absent owm r. it is de hired null and void. aa The fhineae are making use of the telephone, which shows what a won derful instrument the telephone Is. GIVE BUSINESS A CHANCE. sl ..- baa n and sun la ba bed al hr-nk i.e. k speed; and ' ' h agonj attending the paa- w . f the tarilT and urren biUa baa bean borne patiently is it I H lima asks Henry Clewa, thai the long-aunTertag bualneaa people throughout the entire country Ik jer raitted to ha .. RtUe bre Uhing tpeil m atari anew their pc tlvltiea, the essential of which, to me'-t with i ludgm Ii 'in- esei laa of good . ' alls into reqttiation Id Initiative? These itiali- ire at presi nt entirely de aa of. owing to the uncer nected with the outlook nied th la,' . . No ..ne na .11 the in . i nt i audition d s can summon sufficient courage con tide n to no ahead In any way ptin on a i.taii baiis. hat bueii - people need today la ' after il long-drawn out frying PhM t late, ;nni ihi.s can only effectivel: by the adjournment of .ress. Why lon'i iii, memliera. t hen fore, be magnanimous ami agar I... s if -denial auggeeted by go in.' and Iherebi give the bus.- ,r g i people of the nation I rest, as well as take one themselves, which they certainly muat need after their Indefatigable law-making effortaT With a good outlook lor our coiainq i' W and a long enforced real for our bueineei people, recover) would begin Inatantaneously .,n the an nouncement that Congreaa had ad j. timed. if the pro sent tendenciea continue it ;",v be ael down as certain that the f the unemployed will be ma augfaented during the next few mentha, An additional Bgaaa ,,r disappointment is the proepectiva de l,,v "f decision bv tha Interstate 1 'ommi t. i ommiasion on the rata problem. Some coneeaaiona may lie made ti, Promina maj be in. mi hs I be rallroadi but t beat do not io be liberal, ami the decision delayed several waeka, if not ENVIRONMENT. ' 1 Ni a v..t k w ..rid having re boked move who aawiffd timt tlir 1 xi uted gunmen wen- the prod- "' "' ,l"'it' environment, its attkufh la approved i a rnrTaojiimilogl wh " ' ' ' sav llns "To May that rtminaia ar.- tin- proexagg of life, ,-d-aaation and am Irwaveeat is stjaagthaa.' And h. namea Than as an mmaaah "' 1 '" thai mi- imnmanl does not inak. crlmlnala. A ' ' ' N UOhappJ lust;,,,, ,.. (his, eom tnelits Ihe Inituth Herald. ;,r il gegg env Inmni. nt made a criminal. It mad-? 1 1 bningl. T.,., much monev. too n uch i, iaun too naaoh coddling i. .ml an.l doting pan nts w-ho were ' tartalaad thai fan- ehtldrag should beregg awdaagjo tha daprtvUag ikf bad en. lured, n, (,e Thaw rime Just is aareiy as slum awviroajaanntg ever frUlfed in a gunman ,,r ;, jrgggl Th. . ..iitrovers', howwagp. Is inter- taaj MAKE 35,000,000 STAMPS PER DAY This Is Capacity of Ten Machines Considered by Government K'aahington, April - ' - a woaderful piei of machiner) that prlnta, gwgav pel forates, iQUaia ami coll.- pngtagg stami's. aiknlnattag nineteen of ten i tv -on.. . to. esses now gaeaaaaryi wag exhibited to administration otlit ials an.! memiiers of i..nress. wttn ,t view to their formal approval and assist- an. e in proi tiring Its adoption for lh bureau of engraving an 1 printing. Ten stiv h mach'nis. each one turn- Ing . nt about 3..a'i'.""0 stamps a tl.iv. it is estimated will produce all the tamps now required i;. the poatoil department, Their Inatatlation, it is alao eetimated. would mean gconom) o l.'tO.i'"'" a veal-. Repreeeatatlva John J. Pltagerald bairman, and Ba proa n tatlva PYeder- i k M. Oillett, member of the com '.- tee on appropriation-, wire shown .b lev i. e In the morning. Poatmas t .' tenerg Burieeon, Third Aaalatgni patina ater Panaial Docawry, Bu Itch of the division of stamps ;:n.l "hief 'ierk Chance ot tin- poetoU a epartm nt an ra laitora, I 'in-' tor Jem ph Ralph acted as tttde, showing his visitors over 'he :ew building ami takinc them t.. the buv bine set up in the old building just vacated, Want Eight More Machines. P. R. Stnknev. invent, i of the Stamp printing macnine ami mecnanic or tna bureau, put it in oueratlon ami - plained its processes, His viai'.nn mareled at the complexity ami com- pleteneaa of this piec of mechaniatn. The bureau of engjfaving ami print Ing !. a ea to And sufficient funds in ihe appropriations available on July t for . . onatmctioa of eight more euch ' . The one now , omplel . which waa shown the visitors, will ! mimediatelv put into operation. will take nine months before any of I . other machines are ready for in etallatton. Man; emploves ..f the bureau of . Dtlag and en. raving will be affect ed by the installation of the new ma . I rnaa, it is said, it is expecteda lm- ever that all gUCh emploves Will be provided with other employment in the bureau May Exhibit at Exposition. Tin postmaster general is conaider Ing th- poeaibHity of setting up tht stamp ma-hme at tht Panama-Paci fic egpotition at San l-'ram isi o. to tnonetrate the art oi poatage atamu printing. Tins would not deprive the bureau of the use of the machine, as the stamps made (Of exhibition pur- m - w on i.i be m aiiai.ie to mi us non tract with the poat office department. The coiled stamps are now used en tirely for afflaingj ami vending atamp i a nines i i.t the but- uu n enara nu and printing coxtemplatea, gHlnately, 111. SUPPiying of all post, dlhes wPh Btampa in COlla, In the opinion of li rector Ralph the colled stamps are more more impai t. lanltary til- I e t ban convenient ate atampi shec ts. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY. 1 leorge Clinton, the United Stat innton. I . i '. k ice preaident i if S, died iii Wash Borg in I '1st. i oiintv. New V nr Inly Sd. 178ft, 1 811 -Public Lou la entry into I XVIII of I ranc. 1 Ml) -Gov, Kllis ..r North aeiaed Um United Hint hal lotte. hYeedom of t he i 'ty presented to Qarlbaldl iau patroit. Ililboa. wbi. h had bee bj the Carihtta, retMvi mint at I sot of la . the ndo Ital be lege Mar anal Concha. -Dominion Parliament passed th Canadian Pacific Railroad bill. Fire hi Toronto cauai d a prop erty loss of about 110,900,000, ISHJ Which would thro., all the blame on BO lety, ami aeipiit all criminals of all peeaonaJ reaponalbtUty. That achool is w rung. Then there is another school eMch ould a -. ti i t society of all blame, and heap ,t all upon the shoulders of th. criminal, whatever his crime an I whatever lack of pTUpar trainiiiK ami opportunity may have blighted his IH :. That school is vvioiik, too. Ami yet both ar,- somewhat right, a often happens. Environment does make criminals, lecauea environment often means kick of traininn, hn k ot proper Infhioncea, I o k of fair opportunity. And UMM things make , riminals much often, r than they make useful . itiens. Yet. geraooal reaponalblllty is a thing md MgRtty to be thrown aglda or taken ewey, To throw tin- blame oil siK'iet is too easy a salve lor a earn oowacience, ami 'hose gffiaaa theoliing encourages it, alt ilolu.i deadly wrong. oelet must i,e condemned for ev ery breading place of ormea it aeglei ;s. Tin individual must be blamed tor his failure to make the bent of Miu-h op portunitles as fall to his lot. - i in- of the most evil things in Am et n an life has been Ihe re. i nt h i terla that has DfOdUCad the dlatOTted notion that where BgrJgtg periuils wages to fall below a fair level, lie I ll lllIM an .instilled in sinning ami nimimllllgg Mimes to make it ap, That's a monstrous . I, .. trine; vet men ami women, in plays and booka, have taught it. As the ease often is in stub mil Iro ersios both sides are wrong and yet ggth are paltlv light It is vvrona to divert either MOtet) or the nidi- ulual from whalever full share of blame attaches to each. Tin ,.e Hid., errs in admitting soelety, lb. Villa's Men on Way to Torreon; Highway Where Many Were Killed passjgga f aggiVWllnTg eft aL(aa fjfil- - 3f.e:w3- s i . ; Photos by American Press Association. w IIEN Torreon fell into UM hands stitutioiial army, niter Igrioua loss on both sides, the world vv.ui d, led bOW soon befora the rebels Would Dgel on to Mexico I'it.v, catiltal of tin Ini'lot riddled country. Tin top picture shows some of Villa's troopa on the road to Torreon for the linnl Kaaaolt The bottom view sho.vs the ehiiractcr of the principal highway near Totreou, w lib h was the scene of many bloody ihlnollheg, WILL REVIEW PROGRESS OP WOMEN; PLAN ACTIVITIES International Council, Held Every Five Years, Will Meet in Rome Next Month Represents 6,500,000 Members Dublin w .men Rome in April Reprt will Hie !- il of 'Mental n me. t 1 of all natio t month I l national Ci the tnt un W'otll.'il. held once ev ery tiv view nt w . men's pi ears !'. gn ss a I lie re- 1 plan ning of nea m tiv Itlea. berahlp "t the organl in the International i (.899, i women, fr i he total mem- 1 attona Included uin. il is about m t went) -one ! countrh a This great affiliation of Interesta was founded bv Hunan B. AiiiIi.ui.i ami other American women leadera In I ami the women of Mi" L'nit' I Htatc represented m it. numbering J.OOO.oiio, lead those of all ..ih. r lountries. The CountcsH of Aberdeen, pioaident of the organ laatb n, i buei at the viceregal lodge In Dublin, concluding arrangements fur the gathering, ehli she bilieves will be I u IgrgeSl in Ihe hist, rv of the mov cim-ati Tile purpose f Internal ion I igielinu un luelon ..f all to better htmu d. Aberdeen I, ,. ;a) loil m m l in e 1 1 cornerof ti ill as a "bua and Dr. VP 'S mi i I Inn 'i pesa room,'' when . Sabmn n of Berlin, rw letar of th. nt : ; have bean working i i details 'f I he g I 1 pr si i are from Ma " i h t ii ml the meet iii plu e tel QuIrlnaJ In Rome. Uona i taundlfl a fill I ii ti rt ia t lonal organ at c ar.- egpected to be Rome, Includes the Canada, i lermanj . itlonal mm il. i i li and : ii. uy. The dates i I It h. irs hialve, W ill be lb' II ,- The list i I N .- ll With llle It' ll, nil of Which be represented a the Cdited Si ltd Sweden, Qreat Brit therlanda, Australia, en Una, Sw llseriand, N'orway. Belgium, ill. WiHIli II leaders rkey and 1 'hina, in also expected ain, Denmark, X Italy, I-ranee, Ai Auatria, llungarj Greece and Bulgi from Ruaala. Ti d la aid .la pan a : Dr. Anna Shaw to Talk. Anna Howard Bhaw, president National American Woman Ruf agaociatlon, w in deRVer an a i oii woman's suffrage, while atra, Waller Bel it. president of the Dr. of th fratn dreai Kale National Coutl Cnitad States f Women i f the -f Al. noli i, i, Va., will alao attend. i n many ws 1 1 i the most knpot Ch i the noancit, Tin . said (,, gave Ism f peat few veins, an read) to ryetalixeV' expe 't.-d ii, h. p p, 1 IS tO b. ol I the meet in men i I h . "waking up' tin I "seniiment i This meeting i focua th. though of tho w omen ..f it ,iy International Council becaum th I Womei stands fur I be feminism, repl ovary woman v out aide of h i eaa radical forms of rttiBg "the spirit ,f iio baa begun to think If . f her home, and 't uiiis for th, a;:. v latton of Um groa aeat aoatg abuses aflfa tpeg aomen ami bJhfrt a." After the adjoummont of Un 'ton of the council, the Italian Women's (srgantaatlofM havi invtmd Um dete gate.- l(, raaaaia and attbeaj a rnngiam of women. Th. tu H'm me. I in f last ,,ne week. tBM firglTim "ill l , aaw ion tw u,.,., ne un. i llation .. i omiii il an o:i- ia have I mi inlmoualy a ? ted by ti,. nt- aldered ts membera, Th si nf proposition: Includea: I. To further i i.d a ; oi' l a t ion. :. 'lo combat survival thus far nil th 'w lute .-lav triitll. win aulTrai promote lei genera w el ii poaiUnn, promote tl: e far lalalioi are ,.f t. T . Ith th li. ir 1 Ti i con ternc i w omen and ment of ui'li. be dth. pr te ; . M 1 - u.u . I 1 1 : '.-1 un a ml uni pe.ii, v. oliu ll hll- dren, Tiie preamble to the at itebent of the alma n di b ts of Um Interna Uona I Council is: "We women of ail hatioaa, alneerely believing I bat the best good of hu manity win be advanced b) tstvui r ink) of thought aympathy and pur pose, an, i that an urganiaed movement of women ..iii beat Inaure the bighenl good of iii" famll) ami of the state, do hereto band ouraelvei together in a r of General Villa, lender of the rs 7n 1 fie M The moment that turns whole lives: thrill ing and amazing. Five men tell how they faced t hat moment with five girls, and what ippened. Not fiction, but real, throbbing moments out of real lives: moments when hearts almost stand still. Here is reading ibr every girl, in The May Ladies' Home Journal Our Distributing Agent is W. H. FORSTER STATE ROADS HIT BY LOSS OF TAX Decision on Motor License Act to Hamper Highway Work Rata Jiighwa- omafjaaleaje raik r. Rogora predl tea gg almost eaag plate atoppage of road building in Mi liin.'in as a result ol the loss of the ,.,.,i.a- ear tax. which was to liavi i,,,.,, Hnt in building trunk Una roada t brou bout the stale. Ti c legislalure has made no ih H appropriatioa to auake up for this ios, a ba h maierlallv . rippb d the depart ment. Between 150,90 and to,fO re in tina from laal year, he said, in addi ,;, n t,, about ISOO.Oad in the trunk road t,m, for building trunk roads and bridges, Double ie wards are paid for minks roada, "from the IM.afa) and the 1800,000 funds. Winn the .'. OOU is exhausted only one reward will he laid. Commissioner lingers la not entirely Ballttfted with the working of the noun I ,..,,i commtaalon law. AM Ihe counties voting on the adoption of this ayatem thla spring decided against i'. Thin was for two reaaogai tha coaa miaaioner thinks: the feeling that trunk lines bave been bu'lt to the ex- . lusii ii of market roada, and laa high ti v a U. of M. Freshman Co-Eds Are Older, Heavier and Stronger Than Formerly Ann Arbor. April :. veralty co-ed is. , n an this year than those y she is he. iv it-r and taller That llu .a erage, uni- Id. i ais ago. that ; that her lung apaclt) ami her average strength are treafer i.,; shown by statist lea Just ompleted b) the phyalcal director of v unit ii iii t he unit erelty. JTha average age of the uni veralty In sliiu.iii co-eds la.-t tall was J" hman I I s ii. I; average vvas i ;'..". pounds iht '.".'i Incbea. She had lain apa it y of 171 centime! res and an average total atrength of H87.I poiirds. There were itt freahman girls to i liter the Vi of Al. last year. They iiad an average' atrength in their right fori arm of II kgmg.1 in their b it forearm, an average atrength of !'' kmtis. 'I'lu re was a cheat atrength of kgma.. average, an average back strength of 128.1 kgma., ami an ages li i aVength of 199 kgm -. Al ter a emeStel 's work in I he g,. in, ibis average lunm capacity mid In creaacd I renUmetraa, the strength in the a vera' a right forearm had Increaa ed t.f kgma, ami that of th,- left fore arm ii "i in reaaed 1.3 kgma. Her chest Pad expended ami be!- average back confederation of workers t.. further th' application i the oGlden Rum to so I i . ruatoaai ami law." Lad) Aberdeen has been preaident of th" Internationa Council for three iulnuennta terma, piu had expected lo retire thia .vein, but at the imani- moua reejaeat of the preaidenta of the various national counctM the has al lowed her name to .stand lor ronoml na t ion. oment he Man 322-5th THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY Independence Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania BIRTHDAYS OF NOTED PERSONS. Kin Charlaa f, of Rounwnla, waa i.ot u April 89, liin, ami IpJePapp to one of tin- non-re tgning branchaa of the hotlM was : ; i my throi Pt ln i lloheii.olb-rn ills earl) lift nl as an aggegff in the Prussian III INfitt he was elected to the of Ruaaaada aHh Um title of I u t he w ar bet w eeli tin:, ei Turkey ten vears later he ga t.ie Ruroaniaa toreaa in aid of itussia a.d aogultted btaaaeol with great (alhthtry it the hiatorio battle of Plavia, 1.1 i m Rugagnla daelarad gariblf lade. pendettl Of Turkey ami O.aiies aso ia ei! the title of King. In ls! rhaic i married Prtncoan Bttaabaih, daughter , i Prince Hermann of Wie.l. Th Queen is famous in the literary world i later (lie pen name of 'Varmen Uy I a ' The heir to the Puma li ian thv.m. i- King Charlaa' nephew, PrinoaFWdi- liaild. whose W.fe is a llieie of Igg lat" King ffidward VU, Cardinal Parte) of New York, :i vears old today. Daniel C. KYench, noted aculpaor, If .vears obi todav. John Ai Mea.i. former governor of Vermont, 7:i vears old today. Theoib ra II. I Ted) Masterly, cat. her of the Kansas City I'Vileral leancj b. is. nail team, :'s vears old today. ! 181 The Pope issued a leseripl eon- I ilemumg tlie Irish plan ol cam- palgnM ami boycotting. i Preaident McKlnaey sent an ul timatum to Spain regarding Um situation in Cuba atrength had I nc reaaed ISI bgaaa.. while her average bg BirOngth had I nc reaaed 81.3 kgms. I'our years ago the average ggg ol tlie freshman women entering the uni reralt) vvas is. 7 years, and her aver- nga weight 1 1 7 pounds. FOREST NEWS. China Ireporta aood pulp rrom Qaeal Britain, Sweden. Norway, ami GMr many. The hlgheet mountain in .Montana, ill. uite Peak, with an altitude of neai - i 18,999 feet, is in the Baartooth na ti, nal forest. Norway has in tree pianUn soei..- ties. The tirst was founded in 1999, and since than million trees have belli planted, more than J million . i I av Ing been set out last year. I In many parts of the west snow is , I leaving the mountains i-aTlier than usual, r ureatera aaj that tins mm mean a bad tire season, am! they are making plans for a hard campaign. New Jersey is said to have the greateat proportion of railroad atlleai of any state in the coiintr.v. oi miio of raUroad to every three aojnare mill s of tei unusual risk itoiv. This makes an if foraot llres set by rail roads. The heavy storms in routhern Cali fornia during the past rain.v season " pad out many miles of trails in tha national forests Ol that part of the stale. They ale BjOg being rebuilt lot coming .summer, fbf in lite ; rotectlon, The) are also of great use to tourists, oampera, ami proepectora, Street, Calumet, Mich. .ting There la ImmiI f thiargiit with sth-h movementi other in Bcauittlng the Indh