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THE CALUMET NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914. The vfnlumrt Xcuis Founded lbOO. Published by the MINING GAZETTE COMPANY. DAILY BXCBPT BUNDAT. M. W. YOUNG, Ed. tor. W t L Y 1 N Entered at the rout Office at Calumet Michigan, as Sevond Clans Mail Matter. '1 KLLill' 'M.S. Business ortVe Editorial Ruomi TLR.M8 Q BUBdJCRIFTIOlf: By Mali or Carrier. Per ear, in advance $5.00 Per ear (nut la tdvame) (.00 Per month 50 Single, Issue 05 Complaints of irregularity in deliv ery mill receive prompt and thorough Investigation. THLRSDAY. APRIL 30. I9U MAC'S TEMERITY. pendent. Rej.. "NY. J. KMDMMM sending out considerable literature to residents of this district in an effort la vindicate, his position during the copper l ounm strike. n the outside of the envelopes nt miing reports of hearings conducted y the congress ional investigating committee is this quotation : "I understand, of course, what it means to be under i i.ssure of tremendous eggjgggggg Sntluenres that have for so lone controlled all the activities of the upper lmin sula, and how difficult it is (Of men to stand upright and assert themselves and exert the inde pendeiK e of action and of thought that belongs of right to all free American dltlssns ; but I believe that the disposition to exert such indepciidem is boOOJnhftg very much stronger nmng our people as a whole, and I, for one, am k ing to do all that I can to bring this about." Grandiloquent, but meaningless. Mac "ill find, when he returns and tries his hand at repairing his sliat- tertd fences, that lie will be up ggaJugt another kind of influence the in- fiuen--e '! opinion maiiat.nu from an tadepeadi nt electorate. And we have BOM unable to find in this sentiment anything favorable to kfnc. Ma' , it will be noted, makes the sweeping lat the corporations, OMtag the mining companies, cor. trol all the activities ot the upper peninsula." That, of course, includes politics. BtU Mac's own election dis poses of his ah-..: 1 ha rife He was elected in sn election controlled entire ly toy the people themselves. The min ing companies had nothing whatever to do with it. However, when Mac comes up for reelection he wiii find the men of the dietri-t eager enough to "assert them selves and exert the independence of action and though that belongs of right to And it w r. e :i fre American citizens." ill be the same kind of assert - md independence which they 4 .r.r.g th latter months of on the Mover gang. 40) f w - .-.re f..rc d to . -i ith ce will have the satisfaction ng that most Americans are at ountry. Hundreds of for n the torn republic have left Tampko incident brought on ''' : Huer- d to tan request of British r to I ermit all for- lei n eg pftal to leave t to remala win be do i their own ruspnnsgjlllty tad iless to say will be talcing a ' ' However all but a vers Ubf go while the going is ! no good. STILL WATCHFULLY Mediation maj end t trouble, but the best gam win not. in tke meantinu States i taking no eg i against Huerta. Bill Htt is not .die. H.s men an WAITING. to Mexican I is that M the L'nltod ssive BtepS rta blmseii t n In ip the railroad landing to Mexi inn nin- bridges mil otkerwlot i "ity, takilit.' advantage of the continuation .r th.- WgtChfuI waiting" policy, The W to MOXiCS Cit) will bC hard .f we are compelled tO make il. Perhaps the pfeeldeni is right in taking no aggreailre action while me "Now is The Accepted Time Now is the da of bal -ration" for your garden. Now, while the ground is wet, is the best ti me of all for using our Fertilizer. You may be sur prised at the results, but we have ceased ta marvel. It's a positive fact. Try it on your vegetable gar den, your lawn, flower berls and window garden. Do it now so that when the weather becomes hot. your lawn will h -ve acquired strength to withstand the rays of s hot sun. Our Fertilizer growing things life. will give your i new lease of The M. Van Orden COMPANY HOUGHTON LAURIUM dial ion ia he m- considered. Timt alone Mill t. n His policy may pn thi best in the long run and result aviiiK of American lives, or ma v have just the opposite effe Does polling tin sacrifice of many. this i..nnetioii the Duluth Nev.s Ti ibnne remai ks However, trie president represent the United Stats. His uuthonty supreme ami u is tor trie rest of us to stand lack of bun. As Senator Rot says, the sincerity, high motive an patriotism of the president are beyond question. Difference of opinion as t polic does nut mean any lack of sus 4 lalnlng lov.iit) in whatever course tie t.ue.--. If h- is not mistaking ihe pe pie with whoni he la dealing, the Fab- la pom v may vet win u comparative v Mood lea victory. If. on the other hand, if the Mexi UM KM wn.it all who have travel- I there describe them, if the ignorant who are the most, arc deliberated de ived b their leaders for their own profit, having hit the wise and safe p.-luv wouid he to keep on luttina. The M tuun has never known but one rub force. He whollv fails to under any other, and what happens at '. tl I -Ml is translated in the rest of the OUntry as it suits the leaders to have it. It is verv hard to imagine that ii net tu win depone UanjnJf. it is im- , . ; i.. believe that having entered KJ I tke I n. ted States will back out ahead of him, that having march ed up the hill, it will march back on s..me t-lde." Spun as well as England and I "ranee, is with the United States in the Mexican affair. The fact that Spam :s faVOfnMs to this country m.ows tfiat it knows th. .Mexi ,ms prettv well and th.a it gag rs no ill will toward us because of that trouble over .iba sixtet n v ai s ago. A NEW ISSUE IN MICHIGAN' Chairman Chins bee it pf the Kepub- licgn state central committee express- d hmiseif iii a recent speecii in fnvor f the gnnjosnttea of Meatce, Mi. Iroeabe k will Book the Republican nomination for governor, and in this nriect ion it is intetesting ta note that Editor Arthur H. Yandenberg f th I i d Unirfiki Herald, who also may et Into the gubernatorial primarv takes gane with him on the an- uexailon .plenum, mere u a poe siblllty of a Mexican taenir. ;f it may be ailed that. In the emmoaiam At east U mav provldi something to talk lOOUt. Mr. Vandcnl-erg, in a doubio-COluntn ditortni, praises tke patriot ign which Upired Mr. Orooaheck to take a stand r gnnenntion, bat be remarks that he I "entirely unable to follow him into Eke ronbJM of tke extended coloniza tion which his spec b d m riboat and that he doubts whether the people of -an ar.d of tfcn Dttttad States Una rally "would look Wtlk very mu'li eager Joy upon a propaganda for Mex ican no negation." If it COgftM to a show-down we be - Mr. V.ndnberg will have all th- II heat of It OutoMi of few no nape pers and an individual here and ther intrj does not seem to bo on !: .M.ist.c .vr the proposition that we take over twenty million greasers and try to make Americans of our own kind out of them. The mass of th peopis of the tnited States regJkM that would be a hopeless task. it is true, na Mr VnadenbOTg - i ii:e frnted States rntitiot es'ape trtg world roafioiiiltjliltlag which Involve humanitarian and crvltiain-! e:.d-. and unquestionably our foreign n iss i ' labors cannot C Online tkemaetvee to reilndgaV1 uut. he oon- na, "tken is another side to the re e cannot forget anreslves end our ow n interests and our domes !! pence and progress iii ktygggj out foreign mlselmigi jV work. As a man's first duty is to his home. si nation's first duty is to its own peo ple While dure are uinpiesiionabl hundreds of thousands of MenleM 'iu eng iti the upper danaes who today m Mm the enlightened point ot view eeaential to the creation of worth while A war lean citiaen, et the va-t bub; of Mexico's down -trodden mil it. tMCXBRATlONai recnove1 from ihts ta participate in the gov ernmental affairs .,f the United States I in a paritv with the people of Michi an and the otliei slates of the I'lilon." ( i announced thai if it is neces sary to raise war revenues that a tax will oe placed on "beer, tdbnccoi drngji and cogeggarctnl pagter, Tins InzornjMv t:on, onoi dlsueminated. will reduce the number of jm-oes. FRIENDS OF THE SPARROW. It) 'pile of all that has lwen said a-'.iin-l him. tke sparrow still has mine in. nds. raggnnkg the evening Wisconsin. His latest volunteer de tenders gre the gaangeari of the wfe tnen'i VfaMarg oMk of kfarnjualla. Michigan. That organization has adopt, , i ., mi mortal, addreaaad to the legieiature, agtdng the repeal of the law- which provides for the payment of a l.ountv of two rents head on Kng lisi, sparrows dggtggj the months of I ember, laaoary and I obruai y. The. memorial asserts that "the damage done by the Knglish sparrow, his hI lOged untidy habits and his lielliger ggjOt toward other buds, have been greatly IggggUd, while his good qualttkm eg ag Insect destroyer and nod tatet liav- bii underrated. The gpaiTOM has also an otlnial ft lend in Michigan, in the person of J n. m " .iiiiv ra , daunt) slat.- fatnaUj warden, He doalaeag that the law af Nftgnj ft bounty for the destruction of Bngllgk sparrows is detriment to gaaful bird lite and to the country. He aflirnis that the ggggjgfk sparrow is one or the geaataat insect and weed de s,,", ,,s Me also asserts that In the state of Mi, hiKn there are at least t went -four kinds of sparrows other than the Knghsh sparrow; that the ft varans bay is gnajbgg ta distinguish betweeg tke diffen nt anaalaB, and that ns a result all suffer alike. At cer tain times of the year, Mr. Mor.llll vr;V. M Kieatly resom- One Way Shackleton Hopes to Avoid Scott's End In Antarctic i Photo by Ameri. an 1'ress Asso T III? Is the sort of tetit Sir Krnest antarctic this year. The tent is when erected is enverod with Shackleton -nn thus break camp r r, - llPf . . . eA , 5S when on forced BMrchl across the terrible frozen Reldl of nntarctic Ice Washington Just 125 Years 7 go Today THEN Just one-hundii'i and twenty-five ears ago today was the first preside ( tial inauguration n the t'nited Btatea, Tin- reregftony took place on the i - t - cony of federal hall in Wall street. New York, which ctt) was th n tin federal capital. Dawn of the Inaugot fttioa dnj mi greeted arltk salvo of artillery an, praeti. ally all of the li".- I inhabitants of New York and mativ vlaitora from other cities thronged the itraetft, Tke church baUa were run: and at noon a troop of horse, two 'omp.tuas of grenadiers and 1 1 Ik -landers In kilts escorted the pfegtdent aim t in a coach of state to the goane .f the ceremonies. Livingston, chan ceUor of New York stati . administered the antk of offict. W'ftahinfiton'a fer vent response was met with cheecft "Ixng live Qeuigv Wasi .iij.ton. preai dent af the Unlbai Btates," frnm thou nnda of throats. Krem Kedogej Hall, Washington went to tin neighboring t I'.tul's church to attend divine tor . i - Artjiiei s roarer) ;i i . J ,-ls ratr throughout the afternoon aim evening, At dunk boii-tirc and n reworks light ed up the Streets and gala balls were held, wiibh continued Into the follow ing Mav da: . bles the Kn'.iish sparrow, its yellow v.ius and back turning almost luown. Many of the birds ale slaughtered by mistake in the war against the spar row. I es ite the uiro; llah sparrow whic from time to nine and Which for moi been krtnod in by working as experts against the Kng kni been raised for twenty years, I ban a decade has some of the men in the government Department of Agriculture, tbert been many Independent ohoerirei llav e un- eonvlncd and lather in lined to take the side of the pb'ckv little lenthen-d feiiow practically the only vviid bird that, dkrtglning dust and smoke and noise, remains in the northern cities ot America all the year round, DECLARE WAR CM THE FLY. Xow's the tune to declare war on the Ry before he becomes too numerous. ' b an up the krOOdlUg places and SW.il every Ry vou see. Refuee piles should o, removed and garbage receptaeles o t ied II. re are a few facts, issued by tin Merchant! aaeoclatloe ot Kew Fork, winch it would in w.p to banf in mind: "i'iies rost tin- United Btatee. IMjtMtl inaunlly, 'ihe grgggni is tin time lo kill Hies: before the weather becomoe warm and the 'holdovers' begin to propagate. " tie My now means Innumer gbhj bWllona later on. 'The exterminaiion of thg . inter Ry is tin- duty of the hsegsewtfi and of every one. Dogfl let one eeoape. Catch and kill theen ail wfiib- it Ih spring, for tin Winter fly Is th- parent of summer's de structive swarms. "The lime to destroy the fly is before It has bad a , bance to lay Its eggs. Now is the time. 'Vnpture every one of the filthy litfb- items you can gnd, "A single fly is eupiUile of de positing I.V eRgS ul one lime, nnd of producing five to six batches durirv? its short life. Those figures show Ihe Ineal olllaJilr possibilities of a Hlngle My and how vital it is lo destroy the w niter gifts." HlVCklotoa win use on his trip to the made of especially strong canvas nn1 snov. its illiisfrnted In the picture?. onjckly and can keen from freeglng Took Office nw Today en the stage of the United States snb-treasur' building Ihe en net spot where Wnshldktbn stood when he to.,k the oath of office, stands his bronna statue, arhogd legs have been Worn shin) by lh urchins of Wall street who have tried to climb tip to touch the bronze hand of the lather of the country, Th pons! today is called the monetae) nerve easgjav of tne country, The trees which shaded the H ITTOW thoroughfare ill Washington's da) iiave gi gone, nnd ftH about arc bulldlnga wkooa atoa) monotony tow srs several huadred feet above tke scone. The land where Washington stood soi l at J.7.'i a BqUara foot at that time; tobav i;- Vnlugdj at ! SQUnte fool, ami is one af the most valuable tracts in the world. The buildings ftbOUt it said to represent a real la!ttc of 1X00,000,000 4Mhd in their vaults there ordinarily reposes shout S Sixth of all the mono in the t'nited Sliltcs. A stone's throw awiy, i-'t. Pauls church stands wiih its baeh to Brand way preaerved Kiel as It was when Washington Knelt there fgf his Bra! prayers as President of the United States, EIGHTEEN. Another rbnngeful vear has gad Though scare ii seemed begun A year of strife, with .sorrow rife, mi i let'ries lutth won. W hen ihOttghtlegel) , I hailed it's birth With wild festuitv. I little dreamed tin a'-o,iy Tin- "NeW Veal teld for me. and light ' I v 1 n-a l t was Vou : and free, few soi rows yet hill My ' alcles.. had come. . childish glee li it's bloom. lie Jo oils now And blight Rl) dd thai : mlgh Ken fm- one hour, and fee haunting shndnw off my brow, This weight of so i row's seal. Th Would that these stray Where DnCC, ill I km lt lie side Bt) I Ami heard 111: H. happ) hours; wt a ry feet might happier days, lOther! knee, m other's pi gift ft, i . v anlshed hours: I sigh, burled ers I'M me ul mast not weep . 1 urei a ml hidden 11 e Angela keep. Mi ll Tbiit ,,r loos form Is laid to rest, v 00 in- 1 lingers still. And lovs to llngi r o'er the page M molhei a' turns fill. on ik thays angkt thai shields the aeil wini,' ir temptations flame-: in sanri king purges, oi-r it sweeps, It Is that ha' red name! t i" "d th. I end re si tie Is riven And phg kt happier tiwre. 1 would not 1 nil her down from heaven 1 o Mentha , th'i blighting air. get, 'odd she know, by angel ait, 'I h. srond'rlngs of her elilld a.uld look into Hi) waW0rd heart. And see it's pa ns wild? If iais could enter heaven, a tear B ouid gem thai s tigers gj ft And she would R) to earth, ami bear kf spirit to th,- xkv. And now another year has come - A curious l,bi c 1. 1., 1,,.. I Ifi trngggj freighi .f light ami gloom. What will this New .Tear" be? AlV.rsT UKNWIfK. fulOWet M Miss Long Writes on Chinese Mew Year Celebration Daughter of Rev. L. K. Long of Calurret Describes Unique E .ent. n the fifteenth of the first month of the "hinesc Vc.tr, they have a Sie.it ,. -..liiii on the sliyet and this yeai we all went down to see it. We start about s veil o'clo. k and as we went ae aid hoar the ncees ot Ike crot . burns, and the cheers of th fffWWd. A banker hail Invited us corns to hie shop and watch from that I'll we made our w av tow. ir is 'lie place nil the side striH-ts we did not sei n. i : . ,.le b it ,.s soon as we struck the "Big Street." (main Si,), we had to hafts "M 'o ftkOk oiher to keep t ::hr. The narrow street was Just packed with men. women and children, and it was a case of follow the rowd" or be swamped. I'ortiinate v the bulk was not f.u aw.tv and the lOWd in front made wav so asj could WOP down a'ld g.'l u'tder the beam which we i pi I across ihe entrance keep the people b it. The front wall f all the shops is a series f parti tions that ar talo n dawn in the duv - tune end cloasd at night: on this gtgnt the front was OUOH and W0 Sftl in -ihe hairs tk)0) bad fixed thOTft for Ug iround a t ibie. The wfomtn belonging the mi n of the gk 'I' ftfOfO sitting on t -oft of shelf that ran a ross 0JM side and other friends und neighbors wars St bored around. W( hid the tenter f the stage and there was an atten tive crowd all the time watching to see what "the animals" would do ne::t. I forgot to say that from roof to roof a, foss tile street aic poles oil top of which mats egg p d to keen off the inn; this night they bad Iba mat i croog also, perhaps to male it wann er It made the atrecl look like one big buiblint; and to add to the effect. in froul if svery shop was a big kut tern, the frame of wood and the sides covered with painted silk. Buck at tractive lanterns as they were and how pretty the street did look: The i hlef attr.o turn on this occnalofl is the proreaakM of people doing various stiMlts and when tin e cngN along, we were told to stand on cm- table so that we could gOft better. We did this and gi t a g i view of the performers, The) cam. in detached groups and bet v. eeg w biles M watched the people I a me some men on sat down and ground us. Fi.r.t stilts Which were fastened to (heir feet bringing them Up abov e the people's heads. The-, h id tto pail of the stilts under the arnn. as we used to. but just walked along through the crowd as if it was the real art thing in the world to do. Lat er .-"tne re me along on one foot with the other straight out in front or be 1 mi. i cannot figure how they keep their balance mi thoftft Very unev.n st reels, where we ftlwgys have to );c,-p Watch so (hat we do not Mumble. Sev eral of these performers wen dreeeed as women which js a favorite hJuiu in this lami. where rJI the parti of w - men in plgys atjrg taken by men. Then a mm came along in an arrange men I like a boat and war die-'a il as a bride. 'Pin- little bound feel were in front of him, but his re;, I feet were making the ROM go, There was a sort of drum corps that did a serenade stunt .11 li nt of us ami the production vvns a work of art. all right The principle part was taken b) Ihe drums and the: did some fancy turns with the iPuni- B11CKS wnb h were very interesting to natch, though we get a little weary before the Rnlafced, Several times men came along egrrylng a fierce tiger.-, head and every once in a WhUs they would stop and give a realistic exhibition. tajte matt w iuM put the head over his and another would gel under the rest of the banal 'and go through various mot Ions which seem ed io please the gggembled multitude, Last of all came the In ; dragon, a creature with a great head with Inn lerns lor eves ami quite a kmg body. The man at th - bead would swing thi.. head around ami the men at the other places along the body would swing in - different direction and get quite a fearsome effect. The erowd would Jus SUrgl behind each one of thegC ihdWS and everyone had to gg that way, Fit lea el for a time. Bfttwsn these per forma ncea the men of the bank served us with tea and sweety, consisting of melon seeds rousted, peanuts, and randy. There seemed to be a gneal ft mi ni the women ami the others snw mat she was provided with everything she wanted. When we 1 lime she was Sftftoklni a water-pipi- and that BgflUaed hej- for a long time; then the men bftOUghl around dgaret.s and offered them to U and then they were passed to this woman, who agftoked thOM and seemed to . bJJq) th :n. It Is a pity to Mi- the.-:. people, especially the WO man. smoking so and thinking that this Is to make them like the fbfWlgn is and approved of bv thcin. Mi'. Bfftl Ha in falkr-d to the women an I found that a number ot them had been here to the hospital and been treated Iv 1 r TftlhUjon, They are ahgHNM for her to come back so that they can rome Rgnln, The Chinees Dr. in . barg of the hospital now : man ggg therofbr the women will not come io him. We lope that before loin- thev will learn that there Is nothing to b feared In in a man who ha. Studied and is capable, and that in the ease of a doctor, it Is always perfect!) "prop er" f"i a man to advise a woman. I must RjttOh mav tub- of the gate b rati on and sue that we got home safely. After the dragon came-, we Wore all ready to go but wailed until the crowd that fallowed thinned out a bit: then Ihe orchestra" cagsg and we had to wall until that was over. The crowd was not so verv bad and we ngfj got on to a side street, and then home in the lovely moonlight. Ms lipids, Tenn.. May lf, enter teinft the National r.mference of Charities and Corn-' lion. Daddy's Bedtime Story - The Big Dog Who . Was Frightened By a Bug. W r.l.. daddy, we're nil ready for our story What it gsdggj p. bo Hboul tombtV exclaimed Jack and Bvei) n gg d iddy gggeg into gggfr room "Degr inc." sighed daddy; "yog two dear little i lilldron will barely let gas t my breatkr nil. dni.!:.' -aid Brelyn, "org donl aMgti to bg sertan, but your stor.v is the nicest pgrl of the day. i: ml vi look forward to bedttgag boennesj of Hint." "Neither of yog i sell Mi. and I'm a vgr) kHHJy daddy to have tWO ggjCfe nice children to whom to tell stories.' Paddy smiled ami began; '"Today From my office window- in the city i saw gdig :n IwlgtgetllH tliif'R- Vou know, the roofs of the iKMjggg and bulkllngs are so near tOgWtPOf that they ftrg almost like a ftklowglk. One could really iuite easily walk from gfel roof to the gfJktf, "Well. here was a big brown dog sitting by an open window overlooking the n l Wh it should he spy but a brow n bug which looked vei y nnicli Hkg a beetle Too dog w as eery ntock Iwte rooted in the bug MWgU ho Stepped out of the window and on tin- roof There be sat gfgti h Ing the bag wiih ,-i Bged ygn, He erldentiy was rather afraid of it. for he'd step a little nearer and tlmn sit down ftgjftlg us if to ggyj "Tin not going to take any chances That may be a beautiful bejg to look at. but be may be a poisonous one. "However, ho was very curious, for bed gnnerefltlj never seen Just luck a In)!,' before It was the funniest thing. tboOgh, to see the bin:. Bg was en Joying the sunshine very mm h and was quite IndlfTerenl lo the doe;. The dog neither frightened not interested him. "After B little while the dog began to bark nt file kcjg, Hut still the bggj pgid no iiftentlon, ami tliis ggnojOd the dog so mil li thai lie began to bark quite furiously. However, the bug enjoyed the sunshine ton much to leave It. nnd the dor gUVO up li.irkitig, for the buur finally dn Med to move; not It nil as If be were Dgtag frightened away, but just BS i; he thought It was time to be going home. "The dgg followed along the roof, but geeplnS o'li'e a little distance be bind. After the bug bad walked 0V01 to the secotlsl roof. I" bis korfOT the) dog saw the bOg had a Mg family gnd his home WUs in a hole HOOF a chimney. "The groat big dog tied from the Uttie bugs and diss ppeu red again th rough the open w Indou So the little lirow n bttg, w ho wis really quite !:::! 'ale- s. was safe from the big dog because DO acted SO ilulifi'cl PUl 1 .' I 1 1 1 1 - Queries and RenSies - I I U,: i . . 71 .. I Will amtfr burn if brought i tsct with a limited match? Amber will not burn when it is brought in contact with a lighted BMtch, but it will crack and splinter. Would it b constitutional or legal for the president or vice president to take the oath of office autftidft of the United, States? The cvnwtlturlon doe.- not tontem- plate rack a Ihitig and is si. ent on fhe subject, but an oath properly admin isteled is binding regardless of the place? where Inkon. As a matter of f;nt. one vice preehtetM did take ihe oatb of oir.ee outside of fin- country. In IfifKJ William It, Kmg .-f A Id I mil 1 was u halted rleg president uti ilia 1 1 , -u el with f ranklin Pierce, and when inauguration day eanie. March i. Is.".:; he was in Gnlte, where he had gtHt on accouni of li health. t.'migross passed an act authorizing Hue foiled States consul at Havana to administer the oath of office to Mi. King, ami Urn latter took it there on MftrHl '.' 1 He did not live io reach VVi shlngton. but died in Alabama on April 1 1 Olio Willi is bichloride of mercury a drug or a poison? What is its use? is it taste less? Bichloride of mercury is.-i poison. 11 is used as an antiseptic and as a pot ion for Inseets ami animals. ftee luirnins metallic laste lltd ritpidlj de troys the soft tissues of (he body with which it Pomes in contact, if js , ,,m nyonjy known by tin- name ot curruelre sublimate. Of what is pipe meerschr.um com posed, ar.d where n, it lound? The word lueern'htt utii is composed of iwu Herman words menulng sen fontn. the Kronen" name for the sgine Mtbotgnce being ecu me do mor loan, of the sea. Butll names are HgUfMtlve and misleading, as the SUlwtNIK'e has m connection with me sea. hot is : soft mineral found in different pan of ihe world, inosi eiteiptivety In Asli and at some places in (he I Inltett Slates. That found in the tar east j sent in large blocks rltlefl.V lo Vientlit, where it is made into pipes Hint curved Into other shapes. Thoto by American Tress Assoclntlon. tyio .imi.rr ourn IT DfuUint in con Louisiana From Rear of Nebraska. TIN-: accompanying photograph of fhe Louisiana was taken from the deck o the Nebraska. The I.m.sbina Is (he Kshlp of iggff Ad mand.d i' 'I T , V ,"' S""""' S!- uf Ntfc She 1. com manded by Cgntnlg John 11. Qlbbona, He Leaped Out of the Window. How !onq did thi Dreyfus trial in France last? on record? WftS t the longest trie! t'.iptaiu tJrejfiM was Mrrettted fjet lo. J-'iil. on a eugrge of MWIIiut lailitar.v seeiei.s to ; ovm.-i y. was eoiideliims! nnd piibllcly irigrudetl .'an. 1. irci. ami Iran-pol led March KX in IrgBCI lie wan brought bad; to i-'iam-e for retrial by court uiarlial. was again found gtiiily on Sept. I tut was pa:.one.l by I kg brvektVot. Afterw'tird a rourl of up h; reopened (ho nnej and .Inly 12. lOfkli ilex In red lual ins firri (wnjltikgn was based ou forgery, ami lie was fw stored hi ids uriglngl mnh i,i ihe ann.r ami promoted to nrijor. Tin wbOW pruceedlRg covered about iweb e yettrn, bul Dreyfns was in egHe most of ihe lime, and the actual trial. 01 both of them -iipici bul a sluirj ti,r,- Tlgye h ive been many ktllgef trials, some in fhe Cnifed Slates, whn li is mote not ed for kmg trials than for short mm. The celebrated Th hboi ne ease in Rug ia ml. growing mit of a fraudulent claim to a targe estate, lasted 1071 days. The trial of Warren (InstlngH, gover nor general of India, before Ihe eOWlo of lords, lasted seven years ami three months, pommagjclng reh 1:1. I7BS, and ending in his ftenutttnl April '.'.'(. it:!.".. Probably this is the longest trhtl op record. How can newspaper clippings be re moved from 1 scrap book after having been pasted with musdage? Hteom the potior tin softened, then remove by passim: a pencil or other round object beneath the clipping. Are gold and silver coins made by ; pouring the melted metal into molds? Counterfeit coins .10 sometimes, por- hnpa generully, tniide in that way. bul the gerernment coins are made by Stamping the devices ami llglltes on strips of (he met Hi previously rolled to exactly the proper thickness. The stomping Is done by heavy machinery and hydraulic pressure Tim pressure in tons on power pruuagg for coins of different dennminai ions, hydraulic test, is for Hie double eagle, ggSfj eagle. I00 half eagle. (Hi; uarter eagle. ."."; dol lar. I75 bait dollar. 11.1; quarter dol lar. 85; dime. 85; nickel. 5; emit. 40.