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FfliDAY, FCDRUARY 25, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. 5 MINING LIVE OAK. Within a very short time the pro perty of the Live Oak Development company will be Buftlclently equipped with power for air drills to enable tin' development work to progress nt a rate compuruble in. proportion to that at the Miami Copper company's work, lugs, located to the northeast. Ten air drills will be In operation In na many faces, within the next two weeks, if no unforsecn delay oc curs In the work of installing the largo compressor and boilers. Roth the com pressor and boilers are on the proper ty, and the foundation work for their installation is well under way. live working faces being advanced dally In commercial sulphide, of copper will then be doubled, making ten branches from the main drift of the mine and extending the area of known value to tiie westward. Ry thus facilitating the development work4 the extent of the ore-bearing schist will be deter mined nt a rapid rate. Churn drills also will bo used to direct the underground work and thus facilitate the level wnk. . All work at the present time Is con fined to the 300-foot level, where four drifts and one raise are being ad vanced In ore averaging 2.7 per cent. conner. Theso drifts average about lfi() feet In length and the raise Is 100 feet In vertical height. The ore ex tends throughout theso workings as disseminated sulphide In schist. Globe Silver Relt. SUPERIOR AND GLOBE. The new 60-horse power hoist now In use at the shaft of the Superior and Globe company greatly facilitates the development work, as the smaller one formerly operated was somewhat Inefficient. With the largo hoist, no further difficulty will bo experienced in extracting the waste from the 650 foot level crosscuts, and when it Is desired to resume the shaft sinking, the shaft will be amply large to the depth of 1,000 feet. The crosscuts northeast and south west from the 650-foot level of the shaft nfe each 180 feet In length and continue to be advanced In diabase, with no Important change In appear ance. Twenty-five men are employed under the. Immediate direction of Pete Wagner Globe Silver Relt We heve Something Smart In Rrgalt in our Store Ready For Inspection by You You'JI not find in any other icady-to-wmi thoet the exclusive custom stylet and nappy, tmart line you get in the new Regal models, now on display at out store. Description cannot do these shoes justice come see them and judge (or yourself. Moreover, you get an exact (it in Regal quarler-tizcs. $350 $A00 f?nra(8 Regal 34? ... Shoes The Bee Hive Shoe Store Phone 390 5th St., Calumet etity-five men is steadily engaged development work. In ADVENTURE. CACTUS. A third shaft will be Bunk on the Cactus Copper company's property, located on Pinto creek, about sixteen miles southwest of Globe, as soon as the most desirable location for It can be ascertained, says the Globe Silver Relt. A churn drill Is expected to arrive soon, and this will be used to help the management to determine the location most suitable for the work. All plans have been completed, with the single exception that a suitable lo cation Is difficult to find on the pro perty, on account of the unknown ex tent of the altered schist area, which apparently extends underneath the other formations of that vicinity. As soon as definite Information concern ing the extent of this mineralized area can be ascertained, the shaft work will be started. The churn drill will also be used to ascertain the depth of the schist body. The greatest depth yet attained (540 feet in the Pinto and Hamilton shafts) shows that the mineralization con tinues to greater depth. The level work Is being confined mostly to the third and fourth levels of the Ham ilton shaft, ' where drifts are being ilrlven northwest to connect with the Pinto shaft. Less than 200 feet of ad vanee Is required to complete the con neetlon on the third level, but on the fourth a slightly greater distance re mains to be driven to make the con neetlon. It Is estimated by the man agement that on the 300-foot level connection will have been made by April 1, 1910. The average rate of uevchtpment worK eacn monm Is being maintained nt 1,000 feet, as n total. The advance work, how ever, Is somewhat impeded by the In capacity of the Hamilton shaft to permit of .more than one cage being used for hoisting waste. This dlffl culty will be eliminated when the two shafts are connected by drifts, as one compartment of the Hamilton shaft Is now required for ventilating pipes, which will be made superfluous by the natural draught which will be Indue p1 by the connection. A force of sev The Adventure Consolidated Copper Co. reports for the fiscal year ended December 31 last: 1909. 1908. Balance assets Jan. 1, 1909 $55,723 $115,611 Kpx. during year.... G4.439 59,887 Italance assets Jan. 1, 1910 $1,284 $55,723 Running expenses ot the mine tlur ing the year amounted to $14,388, com pared with $30,980 In the year previous, Following Is a statement of total re reipts and expenditures during the year: Cap. assessments, $2,100,000, $2,100, 000. Int. receipts. $20,587. $19,990; Inc $597. Copper and silver sales, $1,351,185 $1,351,079; Inc., $106. Pft. sales trs. stock. $8,261. $8,261 Total receipts, $3,480,033, $3,479,330 nc. 1703. Cost min. property, $250,000, $250,000 Mln. ex. and con., $3,059,257, $3,011, 636; Inc., $47,621. All other exps., $169,492, $161,9 nc, $7,522. Total, $3,478,749, $3,423,606; Inc., $55, 43. Ralance, $1,284. $55,723; Dec, $54,439 The balance sheet, showing the state ment of assets and liabilities, exclusive of real estate, mine plant and supplies In use. shows total assets of 17,993 and liabilities of $16,714. The report contains considerable In formation regarding development work etc. .carried on during the year. The general superintendents repor states In part that the results of dla mnml drilling warranted sinking shaft to lodes Xos 1 and 2, cut at (00 feet and 1,430 feet respectively, neither showing copper, and lode No. 3 at 1 3 feet showing a little copper. Thl has given a cross-section of nearly the entire width of the property and ha shown the existence of three amyg daloids called Nos. 1, 2 and 3 which bad shown encouraging amounts of copper, or to sum up, No. 1 lode show ed heavy copper In hole No. 5, a littl fine copper In hole No. 6, somo copper In No. 7 and none In No. 10; and lod No. 3 showed well In apparently both mass and stamp rock In hole No. 6 an some copper In holes 7 and 10. It Is expected that No. 1 lode will be cut nt a depth of 900 feet while the other two lodes Ho deeper. Considerable work was done on the outcrop of the new mass lode on the new side of the Adventure bluff show ing quite a little copper. Crosscuts were driven In tho old mine from the Evergreen lode at tho end of No. 1 tunnel and on the 6th level at No. 3 shaft, the lode showed copper In both places, the latter showing better. How ever, the finances did not warrant rur thcr Investigation. ONE WEAK SPOT Most Calumet People Have a Weak Part and Too Often It's the Back. Everyone has a weak back. Too often It's a bad back. Twinges follow every sudden twist. Dull aching keeps up, day and night TelU you the kidneys need help Vor backache is really kidney-ache, A kidney cure is what you need. Ioan' Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys. Cure backache and urinary Ills. Good proof In the following state ment: Mrs Sophia Cauthler, 206 Rock St. Marquette Mich., says: "For the pas 'x years I suffered from rheumatism nnd kidney trouble, the chief symptom being severe pains through the small or my back. Someone finally told me ef Moan's Kidney pills and I procur en a supply. After I had used severs "Mixes, I felt better In every way and from the benefit derived. I take plea ure In recommending this remedy." ror sale by all. dealers. Price M' cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. RuffalJ Nw York, sole agents for the United States. Hemember the name Donn's an take no other. blowing of trumpets, the subsidiary ompanles are proving their right to be reckoned with. First comes tho Osceola, in a class by Itself, with the ability to produce copper up to any reasonable amount and at a fair cost. This mine made good as soon as It was Iven the opportunity. To appreciate tho richness of Tamarack you need only go Into the Calumet mill, where the rock Is now being treated under Improved methods. There you will find videnco that the copper Is In the rock nd lots of It, and thut It Is being ept In tho mill, to a greater extent than ever before. The Tamarack will be a winner. Globe. Two furnaces at tho Old Do minion smelter are treating between 600 and 700 tons of ore dally. Nearly 11 of this ore Is being hoisted through tho "A" shaft. The average percent- ge of copper is between 6 and 7. The hoist at the "R" shaft and the Grey shaft will be prepared for electrical peratlon and eventually wires will bo run from the power house to the Buck eye and Rig Jennie claims, the Key stone shaft and other outlying ore pro ducing claims of the United Globe property adjoining the Old Dominion lands property. It Is said that the Nevada Cons. Co. has ordered three more steam shovels from the Rucyrus people and that these hovels will be put to work on the Lib erty group, west of the present pile at 'opper Flat, as soon as received. The sinking of two compartments of the Giroux shaft has reached a depth of 80 feet below the 1.000-foot level The shaft Is still In hard lime and is ntirely dry. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Osceola will bo held at 10:30 a. m. on March 10. North Rutto has recently been acting very much better. The public seems to believe that It has seen Its worst days and arc willing to step In around these levels. Salt Lake. The feature of the week in Utah mining circles was. the action f the Utah Cons, stock on the eastern markets nnd the consequent gossip In regard to It. The company during the past year has been making ore ship ments to the American Smelting com pany at Garfield nt the rate of 800 tons a day and no one for a moment stopped to question the earnings of the coin- pany. It now appears, however, that the contracts under which tho oro was purchased .was by no means a favora ble one, and there has been consider able loss occasioned the company us a consequence. 1 The Chief Cons, shaft Is now at the 1,700-foot level, en route to the 1,-S00. Butte. With the majority of mines of this district either hoisting ore or preparing to do so, operations which were seriously crippled by the walk out of the striking hoisting engineers are rapidly approaching normal. Globe. The second churn drill hole on tne Eureka group or tiie coruova property has struck sulphide copper at a depth of 60 feet. This hole is 550 feet east of the first churn drill loca tion where about 300 feet of sulphide ore was encountered. The force of approximately 500 men employed by the Miami Copper cm- pany is advancing the underground and construction work nt a remarkably rapid rate. The advances In evidence there week to week are surprising. The results obtained by the well regu lated working system of this company are nothing short of phenomenal. Shaft No. 4, through which ail will bo re ceived In the future, has been sunk to a depth of 546 feet in a conglomerate formation. Sinking Is progressing nt the rate of about 25 feet weekly. The main foundation of the new hoisting plant at shaft No. 4 has been begun. The Williams shaft of the National Mining & Exp. Co. Is 557 feet deep and for the last six feet has been In black shale, a formation similar to that en countered In the Eureka shaft of tho Arizona. Toocla, Utah, and a new era In the company's history will begin. SUPT. WILCOX RESIGNS. Supt. Wilcox of the Mass Mining Co. has resigned. Paine. Webber & Co. CUMBERLAND-ELY DIVIDEND. At a directors' meeting of the Nevada Consolidated, a regular quarterly div idend of 37 Is cents was declared, pay able March 31, to stock of record March 11. Cumberland Ely directors also de clared an Initial dividend of 10 cents per share, payable March 31, to stock of record March 18. J. A. Mlnnear & Co. j STOCKS I After the activity yesterday, in the local coppers, the market showed strength all through the list this morning. North Rutte, Coalition, Lake and Greene Cananea were In good de mand, advancing one or two points. One very encouraging feature was the large sales of copper made In New York yesterday amounting In all to about 30,000,000 pounds. This Is all said to be for domestic consumption and shows a very prosperous condition of the business among the brass manufacturers. Everything points .0 an early revival of activity and will surely be on the up side. Foster of Paine, Webber & Co. Gay & Stnrgls says: Roston, Feb. 25. Stocks were steady and firm today ulthough Initial prices were on the whole tho best. An en couraging day for holders of stocks. News was lacking and -outside Interest was small. Itooks as tho better con ditions were leaking daily, and before long quite a buoyant condition will exist. I. J. Sturgls. U. H. M 43Va Utuh Con 32 Victoria .. Winona . . Wyandot Wolverine . tVfc 9Rld . 2 .141 46 32 3 142 NEW YORK STOCKS. Gay and Sturgls furnlh the follow ing New York quotations: Open A ma I 77 Am. Car Fdry 63 Anaconda 50 Atchison 116 R. & 0 112 R. R. T 77 Can. Pacific 182 C. & O. 84 Cons. Cas 146'i Colo Fuel 39 Erie 30 111. Central 142 L. & N 155 Mo. Pacific 71 M. K. T 43 Ne wYork Central 122 Northern Pacific 136 Pennsylvania 134 Reading 170 Rock Island 50 St. Paul 146 Smelters 84 Southern Pacific 127 Sugar 125 Steel pfd 120 Union Pacific 188 IT. S. Steel 81 Wabash pM ; 47 Western Union 75 UNLISTED STOCKS. CloS3 77 63 50 116 112 75 182 84 146 39 29 142 154 71 43 122 136 133 169 49 146 83 127 125 120 187 81 47 75 Established ISSO Paine, Webb en o. Members Mew York Stock Exchange ' Boston Stock Exchange ' New York Cotton Exchange " Chicago Board of Trade " Duiuth Stock Exchange CURB STOCKS CIVRX SPRCI71L 71TTRXTIOX PRIV71TR WIRR TO TILL M71RKRTS Calumet Office -Paine Webber Building M. J. O'BRIEN, Res. Mgr. Tclcphoncs60, 89 and 13S. ,j J-y BOSTON STOCKS. (Paine, Webber and Co.) Rid. Asked. Amal 77 Adventure 7 Allouez 56 Arcadian 6 Atlantic 9 Ariz. Com 40 Roston Cor 17 Roston Con 19 C. & A 73 C. & H. 622 Centennial ..27 Coalition 24 Copper Range 75 Daly West 8 East Rutto .: .. 9 Franklin 19 Giroux 10 Granby 89 Greene Can . ..j,. .. Hancock ..... ..... 26 Helvetia . v 4 Indiana 35 Isle Royale 24 Kerr Lake .... . ..... .... 9 Keweenaw 5 77 8 E7 7 9 40 J. A. Mlnnear & Co. say today Copper stocks started out with a rush at the opening and with an ad vance In a number of issues but the early gains were not held at the close. C. & A. sold up to 7 on buying from those who look for an Increase In the dividend. We are Informed th;U no advance in the dividend may bo looked for this time. Directors who recently visited the mine were very favorably Impressed with developments. Chino wus a curb feature, crossing 15 and higher prices are predicted for the stock. Good buying Is In evidence In S. & P., Greene-Cananea and Bohemia. Santa Rosalia and S. & R. were off fractionally. Keweenaw sold up to 5. Amazon-Montana, a Duiuth spe cialty was In big demand In the after- 181'jnoon trading. We are told to expect MIN NEAR & CO.'S GOSSIP. PAINE, WEBBER & CO. GOSSIP. The sinking of two compartments of the Giroux shaft has reached a depth of eighty feet, below tho 1.000-foot level. ' A special dispatch from Rutto says: "A special meeting of the stockholders of tho Roston & Montana company has been called to meet there March 26, three days after Anaconda meeting to consider a proposition to sell nil the property and assets of every kind to the Anaconda merger plan. Roston. Within five or six weeks Utah Cons, will begin shipments to the New International Smelting works at UB0UfflBS $3.$30&$4SIiOES UUYbSHUkb. Boston The larger copper producers and selling agencies report an Im provement in the copper situation with Inquiry In the market for a fairly large tonnage. Buying has also been better and prices show a shade advance In consequence. Current quotations are up about cents a pound as compared with the latter part of last week and one large selling agency is quoting electrolytic for future delivery at 13 cents. One large consumer purchased 2 000.000 pounds for April delivery this morning on the basis of 13.. The concensus of opinion in the copper trade Is that March will develop a nood buying movement. Lake copper holds strong, all things i..,,A,i hlch Is accounted ror "SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES . , ., ., the Lake metal "I have worn W. L. Douglas shoes for the largely by the fact that me lkb ' W, s yMrtj and .,wayt find th ar- f (rolnr Into consumption nam superior lo all other hlh arade thoet In (trie. " " . .he best Con- comfort and durability." w. o.jones. along. Consumers want tne dcbi. wi' 9 How.rd Av0 wtle-i N Y. ...mr. nnt Lake, so the mines have jf couu take you -lnio my Urge fac no heavy stocks on hand and this holds lories at Brockton, Matt., and show you .,,,u.. of market conditions, how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are ' .... , Tjike cod- mad. you would realize why they hold t least to a . al. their shape, fit better, wear longer, and per. the metal, is In demand and al greater ralue than any other make. wavs at top figure and tnai neips i j rA,7XlowM ,hM w. l tvmirim nm ami prtrt i mino. In this district as nil lake properties. While the C& H. proper Is pnrsninirthe even tenor of its rtlng an avem" i-i.. THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. rn'thafroMh. without any no.se H.uahton, L'1l Afl Im atiniiwut on tha hiilloni. I'm k m H,.katl.,r. . ,. If your dnlor riin-i fit jon with W.I.Ioirliilnm, il fur aiau Unlrr mason. M . I.. ihmihi, irucaiim. - FOR aaxK BT " ED. HAAS A, CO., Mich. Calumet, Mich Lake La Salle 78 17 Mass 6 Miami 24 "i Michigan ..... 6 Mohawk 64 Nevada Con 22 XI pissing . 10 Xorth Rutte ; 37 North Lake 17 Ojibway .... 9 Old Dom 44 Osceola ........150 rarrot 20 Ouincy Ray Con Shannon ... S7 . 2l '-4 Sup. & RoMton 13 sup. & rut? Tamarack . . 13 74 19 74 632 27 25 76 8-y4 10 l"J?a 10 90 10 27 4 35 24 9 5 78 17 7 24 7 65 22 10 37 18 10 45 152 21 83 22 15 13 14 74 higher prices from Gila shortlp. A Startling Statement NEW YORK MEDICAL AUTHOR ITIES CLAIM DYSPEPSIA TO BE A PRE-DISPOSING CAUSE OF CONSUMPTION. The post mortem statistics of the big New York hospitals show that some cases of consumption are due, at least lndirectlyr to unchecked dys pepsla, especially when the victim was predisposed to tuberculosis. Dyspepsia wears out the body and brain. The weakened, irritable Btom ach being unable to digest food, the body does not receive the required nourishment, and the victim becomes thin, weak and haggard. As a result, the body becomes a fertile field In which the erms of disease may lodge and flourish. , Therefore, the person who permits dyspepsia to progress unhindered Is guilty of contributing toward tho de velopment of one of the most Insidi ous and fatal diseases known to man kind. Dyspepsia may be completely erad icated If properly, treated. We sell a remedy that vve positively guarantee will completely relieve Indigestion or dyspepsia, or 'the medicine used dur ing the trial will cost the user noth ing. ' . This remedy has been named Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Certainly no of fer could be more fair, and our offer should be proof positive that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are a dependable remedy. inasmuch as the medicine will cost you nothing If It does not benefit you, we urge you who are suffering with Indigestion or dyspepsia to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. A 25-cent box contains enough medicine for fifteen days' treatment. xFor chronic cases we have two larger sizes. 50 cents and fl.00. Remember you can obtain Rex all Remedies In Csllrniet only at our tore The Rexall Store. Vsstblnder and Read. (J. A. Minnear and Co.) Rid Arizona & Michigan Ahmeek 200 Butte Ralak 9 Chemung 12 Chief Cons 2 Col. Cons 75 Cordovia 2 Cortex 2 Chino 15 Calumet & Corbln 75 Calumet & Montana 1 Corbln Copper 10 Cactus 4 Davis Daly 3 Ely Central 1 Kast Rutte 9 Goldfield Cons 7 Mangas 3 Amazon 3 Gila 8 Giroux 10 Ilomestake 85 Ilermlna 40 Hancock 26 Indiana 35 Inspiration 8 Keweenaw S Kerr Lake 9 Keating 2 La Rose 4 Lake Copper 78 L. S. & A 1 Live Oak 19 Miami 24 Montana Clinton 30 New Keystone 4 Bohemia 13 Xew Raltic 13 Xlplsslng 10 Xorth Lake 17 Ojibway 9 Oneco 7 Ray Cons 22 Ray Central 3 Sierra Shattuck 19 Santa Rosalia 1 Superior & Globe 1 Superior & Roston 13 Superior & Pittsburg .... 13 South Columbus 07 South Lake 11 Tuolumne 3. Tonopah 7 Wurrior 11 Wolverine & Arizona Yuma '. 1 The Market at a Glance COPPER STOCKS STARTED OFF WITH A RUSH TODAY. NORTH BUTTE A FEATURE OPENING AT $39. LAKE STOCKS ARE IN BEST DEMAND. NEW YORK LIST DULL AND UNCHANGED. GOOD BUYING IN S. & P., BOHEMIA AND GREENE-CANANEA ON CURB TODAY. J. A. MINNIjAR & CO., Brokers CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH. PRIVATE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE ft Asked .75 210 10 14 2 .85 3 ' 3 15 .SO 1 10 5 3 1 10 8 3 8 10 90 .r,o 27 36 8 5 I 2 I 4 79 o 20 24 .35 5 13 13 10 18 10 8 22 3 4 19 1 1 13 14 .03 12 3 12 .75 1 Gay & Sturgis 101 Milk St., Boston. Mass. Members of The Boston Slock Exchange DEALERS IN Bonds and Stocks, Listed and Unlisted Our facilities for handling your stock business Is unsurpassed. Direct private wire to Boston, Duiuth and Houghton. Also direct connection with Hornblovver & Weeks, members nf the Xew York Slock Exchange, with offices at Chicago and Detroit P. W. GRIERSON. Mgr. OFFICE 108 FIFTH ST. PHONES S:W) AND 810 GAY A STCRGIS GOSSIP. Xew York, Feb. 25. While there was not much gossip last night, sentiment seemed to be fairly cheerful, and high er prices were being predicted for stocks. I think the rise In the late afternoon yesterday was largely due to short covering. At the moment the public have practically no interest In the mar ket. It might be called an exclusive and Inclusive market, dull enough to keep people who are not In out, and to prevent those that are In from get ting out I continue to look for more or less of a trading market, and while I am at the moment neither positively bullish nor bearish. I cannot help feeling that I would rather buy stocks on the weak days nnd would be content to let them go vvlth comparatively small profits. 1 understand that an Important de cision has been made by a referee ln favor of the R. R. T. In Its case against the Rrooklyn City Railway. It means about 12,000.000 to the R. R. T. J. W. Trentlss. Ronton. Feb. 25. Advice from Lake Superior says: "Within a week or so It Is thought that Hancock Xo. 2 shaft ought to cut the west lode and there Is every reason to expect It to be' as A. TENNYSON PRYOR WARD B SMITH Phones 818 and 819 South PRYOR & SMITH BROKERS 37 Isle Royale St., Houghton, Mich. Direct Private wires to Boston and New' York Stock Exchanges VM. DUFFXEY, Manager CURB MINING ISSUES A SPECIALTY Reliable Information from Competent Mining Engineers and Corres pondents in the Various Mining Camps at the Disposal of Our Clients. highly mineralized as It was found In Xo. 1 shaft" Roston Financial Xews. CONCERT AND SOCIAL. A concert and social Is to be given tomorrow evening In the Finnish hall at Centennial Heights under the aus pices of the Tamarack Jr. M. E. church. An Interesting program has been pre pared for the event. It follows: Quartette, Messrs. Robert Haynes, A. Williams. W. F.llls and Geo. Frlgglns. Duet. Miss Ethel Hill nnd Harry Kessle. Solo. Richard Liddicoat. Recitation, Albert Coomhe. Solo. Mrs. C. 1). Thomas. Duet, Misses Mabel and Ressie James. Solo, C. P. Thomas. Recitation. Mr. M. Vincent. Solo, Mrs. X. 1'lseth. Recitation. W. J. Radge. Solo, Mixs Ethel Hill. Quartette, Messrs. Robert Haynes. A. Williams. W. Ellis and G. Friggins. Solo. Mrs. C. I). Thomas. Superior Trust Company Hancock, Mich. 'Capital $150,000 This company Is under the ruperlslon of the state hank ing department and Is author ized by law to act as executor, administrator, guardian, ao f.ijnee, receiver or trustee. C. A. Wright, President, Jacob Bier, Tres M C. Getthell, Seo 'ttiry. MATINEE SEAT SALE. The sat xale for the mat lin e of "The Man at the Hour," at the Calu met theater tomorrow afternoon, will open tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock at Forster's news stand. The seat sale for the evening performance of tho attraction Is on now. MERCHANTS! DO THE FOLLOW ING INTEREST YOU? A well lighted store? A light that gives tha true color to your goods? A light that is healthy for your clerks? A light that is appreciated by your patrons? A light that give an air of prosper ity to your store? HOUGHTON CO. ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. Bell telephone connection at all offices. Ml -: 1 1 in II uvs. i PROMPT DELIVERY Give us an order for the delivery of a case. Many beers have many good qualities, few shortcomings. Our bter is a fine beer any way you tWf as hundreds of its satitfied users wirtcll you. You can order it deliverer -t your door. Mail and telephone orders receive prompt attention. CALUMET BREWING GO, Phone 274. Xews want ads brnj results.