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Manitowoc Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 2, 1909, Manitowoc, Wisconsin - WEATHER The Worker’s Paper Moderate to brisk east winds sHffr ng to northeast. Colder. " Volume 4 Manitowoc, Wis., Thursday, Dec. 2. 1909 Number 174 or more than four times the amount now irrigated. The great secret of the enormous yields of French farms lies In the high state of perfection to which the agriculturists of that country have brought their top soils. \ About 220 tons per square mile of the section of the United States drained by by streams emptying into the Atlantic Ocean is annually swept into the sea or its tributaries. New Jersey is having much success with building stone roads with ax top dressing of stone dust and 'ar, ^hich renders them almost waterproof and noissless. Novelties in the electrh line are cigar and cork branders, which supply just enough heat to matk the articles on which they are used without burning I them. Santo Domingo, according to an English mineralogist who explored it, is a geological curiosity shop, containing scattered samples of nearly every well known mineral. One Scotch casualty insurance company is offering policies to aviators, while another will extend all future policies to cover the risks of aviation and ballooning. But one lot of ore the value of which was chiefly confined to its antimony contents was mined and marketed in the United States last year. It came from Mill City, Nev. The irrigable areas of the arid lands of the United States is estimated by Government experts at 45,000,000 acres Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 2.—Because the beautiful golden locks she had but just recently purchased and worn but a short time were found to have come from an island in the Carribean sea where the Cuba government sends her lepers, Miss Mamie Gillespie, an employe of the glove department of a Pittsburg department store, has been sent to an island off the North Carolina coast, a leper. Employers of large numbers of women workers in Pittsburg have prohibited the wearing of false hair by their employes. The form of the disease with which Miss Gillespie was attacked was malignant leprosy and her body was covered with malignant ,growth a few weeks after she had begun to wear the false hair. Proposition Made To The Print ing Committee Today To Again Weld Two Ends Of It Together. The annual convention of the State Horticultural society will be held in Madison Jan.»18, 19, 20. Noted specialists including Prof. U. P. Hedrick of Geneva, N. Y., Prof. E. Wallace of Cornell university and others have been engaged to lecture. Secretary Cranetield of Madison predicts the largest attendance in the history of the organization. Members Of The Ring Claim That The Difference Between $547,95, The Cost Last Year, And $2,252.20, The Cost By The Rihg Method Is Offset By The Difference In The Number Of Copies Circulated. Dr. F. Gehbe, Dentist, Woods Blk GIRL WANTED-At the Toledo House. 176 The following telegram was received by Mgr. Pech, of tha New Opera House, regarding the “Sunny Side of Broadway” which showed to a capacity house at Green Bay last nigrht. Green Bay, Dec 2, 9 P. M. Steph Pech, Mgr, Opera House ‘‘Sunny Side of Broadway*’ positively one of the best musical attractions ever in my house. (Signed) John D. Arthur Mg . Opera House Green Bay, Wis. 306-303 North 8th St, EKLY CATALOGUE A shoe possessing style and character adds I I the final touch to the apparel of the well- /J I dressed man. Ralston Shoes are noted for the exclusiveness of tbeir models and the fact that they ratain their shape until worn out. The anatomical feature of if the Ralston, the moulded insole, besides giving immediate jm comfort, gives shape-re- JkmlFl? ' j taining qualities by elim- M inating breaking in. This very graceful style M-jOk Stock No. 151 Gun Meta!, Calf Blucher /7r "Smile” Last fjfr is a shoe suitable : .. for all but the AFw *¥ M most formal oc- /glL'v,JM casion. and has #■ a double water- proof sole of »if a the famous ah W ‘‘Ralston” construction. mM Ask for it at ONION IfADB any Ralston dealers. ANOTHER ONE NEXT WEEK fhr. HENRY TENDICK, The Place To Buy Your Shoes § Witness the great Demon-J stration of the new Automatic § lighting Gas Mantles at our store and be convinced of a § saving of two fiths of your gas jp bills, besides a big saving m » mantles and glassware. You j| turn on the gas and Presto the P light burns. ii We have the exclusive agency AT THE CRYSTAL CHEESE MARKET in this territory for the self-lighting, inverted and cap mantles, also cairy in stock a complete line of the latest in glassware and burners fur gas tights. Price of mantles During our Demonstration, as a special inducement, we will give gratis one mantle free with every dollar purchase ol mantles, give us a call and be convicced. J* Wallschlaeger Sons. 906-908 Washiagtoa Street.
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