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SATURDAY, CCTOCfclrt 15, 1300.
TIIE CALUMET NEWS. , mm , - Mining Paine, Webber & Co.'s Weekly Copper Letter Facts of Interest Concerning: Properties of Merit, Prospects for Future and Metal The General Market- During t wwk tl'o copper share I , t has about maintained Us bal "!;!.,.' without material losses or gains. Tlnro live " two Important i-mi-.M.-rutioiiH 1,ilh httVC """I'1-'1 th" ,t,.ti..n of Uioso who ii ro nmst Inter red i" tl.o cn.' r metal and copper jjjj-in' situation. One or these and. to 'r ii"ti n. the most Important c.-nsid- ,,,ion Is a nun- general realization tint ili- prlv f the metal has not ist. because manipulative tactics l,.',vc plaved a prominent part In kecp j,'mr the market price for the product of the mines are Its present low lev 1. .. t,.n,. Hie advance In general busl- n conditions and the rise In other Hl.mo ni Uls. such as iron, lead and zinc. The price of the metal cannot W Kept at such a low figure for a very I.uir period for the natural demand fr tlie product Is already making It . if r. It m domestic consumption busl- ',.. mid the policy of large, metal ni.triufae turers of operating their l'U ,.,.s i,y hand-to-mouth' methods will not avail for any lengthy period from this date out. The other consideration ,s ,.en the generally credited ru mor that the Morgan financial Interests of New York have decided to take a hand la the work of formulating a big n.pper combination. There seems to he some basis for this rumor and mining well posted copper producing Interests there Is n feeling that this tiling had to come nmno time sooner or later and that the Morgan people are the strongest people In the world to handle it and tlie house which Is with out doubt that only house which could work In harmony with all of the vari ous interests of Importance now in the oppr producing business. It Is i.. ii,.vi-.i flmt renre se-ntative 8 of the Morgan people could approach the Calumet & liccla people with some iin nt. The flnancgo-12343. .6. .6. .6. .6 Impe of bringing them Into the ar la'ig uient. The financial responsibil ity uf John 1 Morgan and his allied interests will assure that the market ing of such a corporation as is planned could be arranged without much diffl ciilty as the Steel corporation financing lias stood the test of time and added strength and prestige to the Morgan people. Jf the Morgan people are tak ing an interest In the copper situation v. 1th a view toward the formation of a eupper corporation along the lines of n !.!. e corporation It is quite certain that there he some exciting market In cidents in the interval between the origination of these plans nnd the con summation of them. Lake Copper Company Kaeh week brings further develop ments at the Lake Copper company which continue to further prove our original contention that the .Lake will heroine a valuable addition to the cop per producers of the Michigan district. The most remarkable showing of the richest copper yet. found In the shaft Im In the third level. At the extremi ties of the drifts on this level, n dis David Armit AGENT Maths Sailer. t.H fw Lif Tire, Aeetflewt and Plate. OI-i INSURANCE Riohetta Blk-, Laurium Pbon 266 FOR SALE 3-room house and bath, stone foundation, situated 310 Osceola st., at a bargain if taken at once. Mc LEANS Livery & Boarding STABLE 410--7thSt. FIRST CLASS TURN t OUTS, BUSSES, HACKS, CARRIAGES OF ALL KINDS PHONE G20 uws BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE. ASK US ABOUT THEM. Houghton County Electric Light Companf TEW News tance of 700 feet apart they are In the richest cupper showing It Is possible to get outside of solid mass stuff. In the lower level openings, at a depth of 750 feet, the latest blasts continue to display g o(l looking copper. The fear that the values with depth will he lust ly reason of a horizontal faulting do not seem to be well grounded. In all the history of copper formations In the Mkhigan horizontal faulting is a rare thing and there la no more reason to fear that the bottom or the Lake copper values will be thrown to the cast or west, as it must be, if faulted as described, that there is to fear that the bottom of the Wolverine or the Quincy is faulted in the next hundred feet of any certain shaft. The lode at the Lake may fault but It will come n ugain, as It has In some of the levels, or it may make a big curve In udjoin Ing territory but the fear that tlie bottom of the mine Is faulted to tho east or w est Is not based on. practical mr geological reasoning and Is con sidered In the copper district of Mich igan as an unreasonable and unreason ing explanation. Calumet & Ariz.na The report .Yom P.lsbeu that the Calumet & Arizona people have b' considering the purchase of the Chat- tuck property, on a basis of $35 per yhare for control Is not given credence by those who know. At the same tim it Is generally understood that the Calumet it Arizona people would not be adverso to securing control of the Shattuck if the terms can be made rea sonable. The Shattuck has a very val liable ore body well developed. Th company luu complete equipment and Is In uood financial condition. The property adjoins the Calumet & Arl zona and the ore body runs into thr Calumet & Arizona territory, so that at Bonio future time there must b working agreement reached as to tho limitations of the ore. Tho Shattuck official assert that they have opened In the mine which has a net value of at least $12,000, OnO. This sum may be considered somowbjt extra va- You Aire It is in your power. You can avoid taking this chance, we will help you. A comparative test will prove to you that the Garson-leyer Rochester, New York Suits and Overcoats Are better by far for workmanship and style than most clothing that is sold In this town. - 11 REDING & SONS NORTH rlrlHJT. RED JACKET. MICH, Confidence is not gained in a day, nor m year, and is too valuable an as set to be lightly treated. By proper attention to strict and honorable busi ness methods we have ined the confidence of our ' customers, and we do not propose to forget it by any Im proper practice in conducting our busi ness. Are you alive to the possibilities of humbug in the clothing business? 1 2 ConffdencG to be lure of getting the very I ate A corredt cuitom mu style in your footwear at '; I a reasonable price, is to j .7, come to us for a pair of jf' REGAL SHOES lit Thpy have every style-feature I 'IJt to be found in the most eipeo- I't tive New York cuAoru-built ; j h hoes and in Regal jiM quarler-ize$ we fil i jl can give you a Jvf ;j ma Je-to-meat- r) ' 1 $350 Bff: m $4o nj: ) iff $5 Jf $m THE BEE HIVE fg SHOE STOREg Kant but tho ore is exceptionally high Annie, In fact It is in ubout the same ili elans ore as the Irish Mas shaft fleveloped when the Calumet & A mo na first entered the ranks as a proilu cer of cornier. We unnersianu mui while no aureements relative to the transfer of control have been mailt formally, tentative considerations hav hem offered and the price suggested hv the Shattuck Jieoide is considered out of reason. There, is very reason hie expectation that there will be further attempt to reconcile the dim ence now existing arm to urniR aooui an ufllliation later on. The Calumet & Arizona has made another pmall navment on the claim in the Court land district but the large final pay ment on the most important property upon which tho greater amount of de velopment work has been done has not vet been made und the option has been extended for some time pending fur ther opening at greater depth. During the week the Calumet it Arizona stock has been very weak In the market and there seemed to be some evidences of forced selling. We ate rather Inclined to the opinion that this stock can be 'purchased with Impunity on any fur ther decline, believing that it will ap preciate very rapidly In value once the metal situation begins to show eviden ces of greater strength. Superior & Pittsburg OfJleials of this property recently re turned from their regular viit to the great southwest are more enthusiastic about the future of the Superior & Pittsburg than they are about any oth er property they visited. The latest developments In the thirteen hundred foot level of the Hoatson shaft indicate that the original content of Captain James Hoatson that the greatest val ues in high grade ore would be with the greater depth was based on a pret ty good knowledge of the situation In ithe Uisbee district. The fact is that 'the Superior & Pittsburg company has developed some unusually strong ore bodies and that the returns from' the lower openings In these ore bodies In dicate n higher percentage of copper than In the lower levels. Isle Royale The unusual activity in Isle Koyale stock this week was Imsed upon .1 TP port that the Haltic lode had been found in "A" shaft. This report has come out several times In the past. In this case, as In previous Instances the re port Is erroneous. The shaft has late ly 'opened some better looking copper In tho bottom but there is by no means any certainty that its Identification as the Haltle lode is assured. For the month of September the Isle Itoyalo mndo a very good record because of smaller rock shipments and high grade rock. The total tonnage handled In the mill was less than In many months IMlSt. Michigan Michigan has decided to discontinue the unequal struggle until the price of copper goes higher. Thursday the company laid off l'.o men and there n re but 25 men remaining at work at the property and It Is understood that this number will constitute the working force at the mine for the remainder of the winter season. If the price of copper should go higher there is a pos sibility that the Michigan will resume operations on the old scale but the ex pectation is that no attempt will be made to resume operations again until next spring. In the meantime the dia mond drill exploration and ether ex ploraTory work will be continued In the hope of finding copper formation that carry greater values than thos upon which the Michigan mine has op erated for the past few years. The rumor that the officials of the Mass company had decided upon a similar course of action Is denied. At least nothing is known locally of such a course. view of the Interest taken In Lake slock in the market attention Is wisely 0 1 reeled toward the' Indiana and the North Lake properties. At the latter USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, A powder to bo shaken Into the nhm-v If mi hsvo tin-el, china li-er, try Allen" I'o.t-Kw.o. It rn tho fcrt snd irmk ne-w eir tlht ulicvn out. Cure rcMiil', swollen, hoi, wrarlnu (r-U Ki-lirxe-n corn nj bunions if All ntn and riven rout mid fomfirt. Tit It tlft. Sold b- ml ,ru, ihH nnd lOne Klorop. i.V. Ain't nrrrvt nny luhul .liilf. Knr FKKK trial iHk:-o, 11I-0 Krrv hHineln of the KOOT-F.AK m-rv 'RN-PAl, nrw httcii tioti, sdrtress Allen ?. OttasTCd, La lioy , K. V. an outcrop lias rieen noun on nu ll! face, near the railway track and u diamond drill Is being set up in the formation und will start drilling at once. This will save going inrougn me heavy overburden which obstructed much of tho previous dlumond drill work at the North Luke. At the Indi ana the two drills ure doing good work and making good time. The advan tageous location of the Indiarm se ins to Indicate that it ought to locate the lode In one of the drills within a month or six weeks. Wolverine On commenting on the desirability of Wolverine as an Investment pur chase among the list of coppers one often hears the Ktatement that the life of the mine Is limited. Tho assertion Is quite true but it must be remem bered that tho Wolverine has ground opened in advance for fully ten years and this ground all shows the average Wolverine grade of K'-arsarge lode ink. It maintains a product of re fined copper of close to too tons per month and it can be- counted 011 to keep up this record for at hast t years aiieaei anu we are or ine opinion that ordinary expectations Justify the prediction that tho life of the mine will be limited by fully twenty years of continued dividend activity. This Is based on the fact that the lowe r open ings show a continuance of good val in s and there la no reason to far that the company can maintain Its prmlue tion record at the rate of lO.OOD.Ooi) pounds yearly In the future as it has in the recent past. Greene-Cananea- - . The strong buying In (jrecjue-Canan ea which -ttns "been fn evidence" for tlr past three we eks has bee n, lar ge ly, for Investment account and the purchases have been entirely for those who are usually In position to know the actual condition f-the metal market as well is the physical condition ef the prop- ertv and its capacity in the way of copper production. During the past three years the unde rground and above surface equipment eif this property has been ove-rhaiiled, Improved nnd made) modern in every resp'e;t, so that today the company can produce copper at a rate lower than at any time in Its his ,tory. Extensive outlays have heen made for equipment to make this pos sible-, nf course the capitalization of the (Jreene-Cananea Is so large that there must be a material advance in the metal be-fore It retlects in 11 large way In the market value of the share but the fact remains that Oreene Cnnanea Is capable of production at the rate of 50,000,000 pounds yearly and the- September record of close 4.000.000 is but an indication f what may be expected! In the future wh tthe metal warrants the output In crease. PAINE, WEBBER &. CO.'S GOSSIP. Tho report that the has been closed down a private- dispatch but Michigan min Is coiiMrmeel by it is understood that tho ijvttt.'igenirtH .! fciilernplates work in. iUiiitLer part m itlw -propi r ty eif an exploratory character. It is ol'lhially stated that negotia tions which have been iinderAvay for some- tlnmpt be twe en ho- Grecne Cananea Cppjpcr 'ornplnjf; 'And the Phclph, liod'ge people whe reby the hit ter's lndiana-Sonora copper mine In Mexico .passes-to. the c-oplrol of the Gre-ene-Cnae n have been completed, and that the stock e.f the company will be exchanged on the basis of 2! shares of Indiana-Soneira for one share of (Jreene-Cananea. GAY &. STURGIS GOSSIP. Calumet, Mich., Oct. 16. Amalgam ated was the feature of tho gcn-ral marke t today, se lling at 83. Coalition unel Greene-Cananeii in the lioston market were traded In In largo lots, the former advancing to 2GU, and the latter to 10"i. and closing prae tie ully at the top." This loeks more than ever like the beginning of tlie long eh layed and much talke-el of boeun In the Cole Ityan stocks. The Cobalt stoeks were strong with Kerr Lake in good elemand em the an nouncement, of the Increase of the quarterly dividend rate ut yesterday's meeting. ). ; ' . The local curbs were lifele-ss though holding jinn. lo,0i0 shnres of Kly Cen tral was truded In on tin? New York curb. Charing house banks average cash leserve i.".8r ; reserve Imre-ase r,"43, 375; reserve less '. S. Increase $r,737. CS; loans decrease $2,.'S!I,.0(); spe cie decrease $4.llf.,-00; legals increase $2,013,000; deposits decrease $32,377. 500; circulation Increase $1538,900; ac tual cash reserve-"$-R.20; reserve less IT. S. Increase $8,2'.ej.82." ; loans de cre ase $24,137X00; specie Increase $1,217,300; le-gals tncreuse $1,233,400; de posits de crease $23,2S3.500; circulation Increase $825,800; spe.eie decrease $l.7f.4,!00; le gals Increase $48,(o0; total deposits de-cre-nse $41,'JlD.700; eliminating etc., de crease $28,510,200; nggre;;:;te reserve on di posit decrease $2.138. 800; per l'C!lt of legal reserve 17.30 for five days. U serve Increase, $8,291,753; other anks lean decrease', $25,208,500.' lioston. Oct. 15. The News llureau rays:Tho Isl,. Itoyal situation seema not to lie clearly understooel. The ro- i lm,.-..i.m..n In thn mnnlhk rnll. per production Is construed as an cvl - elY-nee of h- betterment in uude t gretund conditions which has not taken place-. It should' he. - sale! that In tnkolng over from the Illgelow intere-sts. 27,oOshares ff the 13.000 shares of outstanding Isle Itoyal stock. Calumet nl Ilecla did so re luctantly. The ac ceptance of this stock was. In some measure at least, made obligatory if It was to secure the other Wgelo.v stocks It really wanted. In thellrst place. Calumet has no faith In the roppe-r possibilities of tin Isle Itoyal lode, upon which the Plg t low management has mnel lavish ex penditures both In underground op Inps and In surface equipments t th Nos. 4. R, and shafts. These heavy expenditures irc yet t show nny substantial return, ami hare dfpretrd-the treasury cnth n- til now the company Is In titt to me xterit e.f some-thing like $1011,000. The aluinet and He-cla Company, while .ruinating the management, but own ing only 1H per cent, of the total cup- al Is under no mortal responsibility keep advancing money to meet Isle Uoyal payrolls anil de-fray cost ef unprofitable exploratory work, and has then fi.rc concluded to reduce! expend itures to the minimum and try if pos sible to ge t some ne t mone y out of tho mine. Paine, Webber Ac Co. say toel.iy: lioston Something Is certainly go ing In under the surlace in regard o uppers. A ve ry strong po l Is ne--uiiiul it ii'g Amalgamated and tho est posted people are- buying. Tho toek was the strongest eif the whole list today and elose-d at the top. '1 ho oeal market did not get In step ex- ept in a few specialties. Tlie sane' buying whleh has been noticeable the past few days continued in P.utte Coalition. One house taking over 5,0n hares up to -'I'i, another house has be-on accumulating Greene around 10',2 ill day. The fl ro traders bought North P.utte and succeeded In gettm.; through .o but toward the- close- a little realizing forced price down again. The advance in Amalgamated has attract ed attention to Copper Itange. Th-s stock rallied on small transaction' with a close of SO'i bid and no sto k offered under SI. We advise buying Range at this time as any be tter news on the metal win cause a sharp u.i- v a nee. Foster. Gay & Sturgls says: Itoston, Oct. IP.. The general list sold oiT with the exception or coppers and the market presented usual Sat urday afternoon appearance. The be lief Is growing that progress is re-ally being made towards an agreement which will adjust the copper difficulty. Good buying of Coalition and Gre-.-ne-Cnnanea was se-en today nnd Amalga mated was very strong. Whether or n,.t tii. .tn-nirth In the latter stock is caused by those well advised on the situation e.r Is simply the result of a lot of speculators rushing in on cour rent rumors remains to be se-cn. In any event a sharp break in copper pri ces must occur before arrange ment la completoel and this may result In tem lrsrily lower prices for stocks. Cer tainly epiite extreme fluctuations must oeeure and caution should be exer cised. I. J. Sturgia. BOSTON STOCKS. (Fafne. Webber & Co.) ! STOCKS I Amalgamated S3 4 S3 Adventure S'i . 15 Allouez r,,J,.i c0 Arcadian 4 U Atlanta ll'i 12 Arizona Commercial 4l?i 45Vi P.oston Corbin 20 Vi 30 V. Itoston Cons 14 14- Calumet & Arizona SUM. loo Calume t & lle-cla 650 Centennial 39 40 Coaldition 26 26i Ceippe r Itange 801. 81 Daly West 7i 8 'a Kast Itutte Utt ll1- Franklin 16 1" Giroux s S7 Granby 95 ... Greene Cananea 10 10 Hancock H HVa Helvetia 6?i 7 Ule Koyalc 24',i 25 Keweenaw 2 ... Lake 36 37 La Salle H?i Mass 6 Miami Mkhigan U la Mohawk 60 61 Nevada Cons 2l',i 24 Nipissing H llf' North P.utte 5'J,'i 00 North Lake ... 8 (tjibway s old Dominion 514 52 V't Osceola 160 Parrot 30 vi 31 (juiney SS ... Shannon 15 16 Superior it lioston 14' 13 Superior & Pittsburg .... 13 15 Is Superior Coppe r &S1, 51 Tamarack cc 68 Trinity 11 Ctah Copper 47r4 4s',i t. S. Mining 56 56 V Ptah Cons 4 3 Vi 43Vi United Copper 9 ! Victoria 3 4 Winona 7 "Vi Wyandot 214 21a j Wolverine H7 130 NEW YORK STOCKS. Gay fc Sturgl furnish the? following New Yeirk Quotation-; Opert Amalgamated 81 Anaconda s Locomotive 60 Smelters ''6 American Sugar 13- Atehlson 121 7h P.altlmorc & Ohio 117 Close 4Vi 9 121'. 117 78 V 45 34 70 133 4S :iVi 133 152 147''. ICC. fill1!! 4' 31 lfi0-'i ir.o ' Brooklyn Rapid Transit f84 Cohrado 1'ue I 45 Krle 3'i American Car Kndry 71 Louisville & Nashvill-' ...153'i M. K. & T 47 Missouri Pacific !' N w York Central 1 33 TH North. Pacillc 152 P.-nme 14T Reading 1677 C. & 0 6!'4 Hock Island 4'j So. Uiilway I. S. Steel St. Paul ... So. pacific ., .. 30 1 .. 91N. ..K.0'4 ..ISO UNLISTED STOCKS. J. A. Tho Minnear & Co. ay today: report that there were pome' Established i&SO Paine, Webber & (g?o. Boston, Mass. Members New York Stock Exchange ' lioston Stock Exchange " Chicago Hoard of Trade We extend orders For Cash or Margin in all Stock lionds. Grain, Provisions and Uotton. Calumet Office "Paine Webber Building M. J. O'BRIEN, Res. Mgr. Telephones 60, 89 and 139. r- The Markets SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909. .. C & H. REPORTED REDUCE PRICE OF COPPER TO 13' CENTS. NEW YORK MARKET SHOWED FURTHER GAINS FOR TODAY. BOSTON MARKET ACTIVE WITH ISLE ROYALE, WYANDOT AND MICHIGAN FEATURES. FURTHER GOOD BUYING IN C. & H. ISSUES SEEN TODAY. NORTH LAKE, GREENE CANANEA AND MONTAN A-CLI NTOU CURB FEATURES. J. A. MINNHAR & CO., Brokers CALUMET, MICH. State Bank Bldg. Phones 64 and 75 Gay & Sturgis 50 Congress St., Boston, Mass. Members of The Boston Stock Exchange DEALERS IN Bonds and Stocks, Listed and Unlisted Our faclltles for handling your stock business Is unsurpassed Direct private wire to Jioston, Duluth and Houghton. Also direct connection with Hornblower & Weeks, Members of the New Y ork Stock Exchange, with offices at Chicago and Detroit. P. W, GRIERSON, Mgr. OFFICE 108 FIFTH ST. PHONES 830 AND 840 heavy sale s ef coppe r maile this week coupled with varying reports en the metal situation caused some good buy ing of copper stetcks with consequent gains. The Lake stoeks we-re some what neglected. Amalgamated, itutte Coalition, and North Hutte r-howed tin greatest gains. We are In re e ipt of a private wire from Olobe stating that the Arizoiia-l'eminercial smelter was blown in yesterday. This will add in-te-rest te all ef the (.Hobo Issues next week. Chief was a good trader teiday. President Pitch wired us that a car leiad e.f e.re had bee n shlpp d last we ek which will re turn about $3.4a0. (Jreene selling up to 10. The copper share market has e very indication of further activeity next week. The New York list showed fair strength at the open ing. It looked fer a time as though the advance in the Itoston market was brought about for the purpose of seal ing Ne w York stocks. In the latter market there was eiuite some distribu tion of stocks before the close and slight losses resulted. The bank state ment was better than expected. (J. A. Minnear &. Co.) I J Asked .S3 .'JO !00 223 .70 .so 214 2 1 l'i. io 16 17 .OS .7-' 7i. 7'. .15 .25 l'i 1 6 6 b IVi IVi 3', 4 5 t; 7 5 6'1 6 7 8 9 t 9 3 4 .50 .73 7 11 ll'i .... 2 3 ,. 365 37 3 4 .... 1 7",2 7 15i 13',a 1 1 .50 .55 7 1 1 1 '4 1 1 la A. & M Ahme'e'k P.Ik. Mt 15. & S 15. S. C.as P.. P.alk Chemung Col. Con Cumb. l.'ly .... Cal. Corbin ... Cal. Mont Coi'bin Cop. . . . Carmen Cactus penn Inspiration .... Indiana Coldfleld Con. Ciroux (I lobe Con Globo Cem llermina Ju-lvctla Hancock ..... Ida. Morii Keweenaw .... 131 It si- Iako I S. & A L. S. t S. ... Live Oak Miami Mont. Tonopah National Nev. t'tah .... Nipissing It Is in time of iirddrn mishap or accident that Chamberlain's Liniment can be relied upon to take the place of the family doctor, who can net al ways b? found at the moment. Tin n it Is that Chamberlain's Liniment Is never found wanting. in cases of sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Liniment taken out the soreness and drives away the pain. Sold by F.agle Drug Store. Calumet. and Laurlum Phrmcy, Laurium. at a Glance LAURIUM, MICH. State Savings Bank Bldg. Phones 4S0, 605 and 820 Oneco IVi 1 Kay Central 2Vi 21- Mont. Clinton 13 .26 North Iike 7"i 8 ojibway 8 tV It. Coal 23 .27 Uay Con 1! S.in Antonio 7Vi 8 Shattuck 22 22'.i & (J SO .'.'0 S. & IS 14- ll"i S. & P 15 15'i S!lvT (.viecti 33 .4( Smth. Col 07 .10 Tuolumne 4 4't Tonopah t',s C'M W. A 90 .:. Yukon R S1! San nosaliu, I1. 1" Yuma 1 Sierra 5V 5 LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. Kerr Tuppe-r gave a short ad dress to the students of the Calumet high siheiol yesterday aftermeon. ills talk was along educational lines. The students ..f the high school have con sented to devote a small amount of money tewaids buying ne-w seleetioiis lor the orcln-stra. All of the exterior work to th- Po lish church parsonage has bee 11 com pleted, and carpenters are now at rk on the Interior. This building has been built of concrete blocks, und is very substantial. It has been wired for elee tricily. and is to be steam heate d. It eoiitalns eight roeuns. A daughter arrlveel at the home of J. V.. Howe-, age nt of the Copper llango railroad in Laurium, and wife, this we-ek. Capt. L. A. Anderson of the Scandi navian Salvation Army of Calumet, will give an address on "India" at the Mnbnwk, Sons of St. Oe-orgc hall, thl evening Prlah IVnbe-rthy and Fred Carreau ef the- Ite-ding store of 1'lrth street have returned from a week's hunting trip In Keweenaw county. Hart and Magann, the evang-'lhH. who are- to conduct services at th" Calumet M. L church, nro expected In this city one week from today. James Nekervis and lave and An drew Sw lnton of Calumet are- expoe led home today freun a wee k's hunting trip , in Keweenaw county. The South Sle-re railroad has a force of men engaged In repairing bridge-s on this division. The men are- atwmk en the bridge adjoining the Calumet dam this week. The wedding f Miss Alvina pedlant to Steve Mowhoskl, ti member of the Tamarack band will bi solemnised 'it the St. Anne's church en Tuesday morning next. I'M ward J. Johnson, of the C. II. mine office, h ft yesterday for Mllwair- . ke e and Madison. Wis., and It Is likely , that before his return he will visit tlx southwest. lilfhard Trestrall of Calumet, left last evening; for Itutte, Mont., where he expects to rpeiiel some time among friends. f '