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SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 19t0.
THE CALUMET NEWS. SPRING OPENING ur SHOES & OXFORD TIES The season's styles reflected in our opening dis play this week. The shoes that appeal to the best dressers-graceful in design and neat in appearance, are here in variety of shapes and sizes to suit all. Patent Leather and Gun Metal Calf TOR EARLY WEAR. Tan and Fine Kid tor Tun hot days to come wo Our Oxfords for wome.i are featured because they have that something which appeals to the eye. They are well arched, fitting glove-ljke under the in step. Thev tit close around the VHP inkle and they wear well. $2.50 3.00, 350, 4.00. Regal and Walkover for men are a high grade shoe with a guarantee behind them. $3.50, 400, 5.00 The most complete line of Footwear We Ever Offered The Bee Hive Shoe Store Fifth St. ' Phone 390. Calumet. ."IV . For -1 making line, rlclij or plain food, .tcqually valuable yTv and saving. 4 i mm TX 3t n Mining N TUOLUMNE. A ilisjatih from Rutte states that Tuolumne will l place,l a $4 divi ! !ul h.isis sunly by July or August of thia y'ar. Production ror March win 'Xii''il l.OOo.nuo pound and return a n t profit of over $."0.0oo. The out put In l nr incroastvl each month an 1 at pnent th company employs i f..iv of 10j men. COPPER METAL MARKET. In spiti of the duUnes which h. prevailed meials continue to show small priro changes. Cujti.tr is aboi'.t the simo, ConsiuVrlns tho Ktmr.il Ptaun:itlm miyht reasonably have looked for uniformly lower prices. A ptate of equilibrium stems to have boon f stablishett, and such fluctuations a occur simply demonstrate the old ax iom that "action and reaction are op posite in direction and equal In ex tent." Tl.'' copper trade looks for a Ms revival. The turn may be some what slow in coming this ytar but none the less sure. It should not b forgotten that condition- closely parallel to those now oxil;ng were experienced in the early I. ait of umiP. j,nd that Just about this time improvement set in and continu ed to su-h an extent that the year a whole made a most excellent record, rriees in March, r.09, were the lowest of the year. Although more cheerfulness Is man ifested in thf copper industry than for a long time, coppers seem to be de pressed by reason of the great mass of surplus copper. A dealer nays: "The markit for copper Ix very quiet. The hir'' local demand which we experi ence 1 last fall has subsided." present prices for the metal as quoted by this ("tic rn arc: K!e trolytic 13riC and T-.k' nT to 14c. Odd lot copper !s obtainable at a shade tinder these fl-'ii' . tails of the proposed merger. The consolidation of the two properties is regarded by the management as desir able, as they overlap and dovetail each other, so that their operation can be greatly simplified and a material sav ing In costs secured. General Mana ger Jackling, when asked with refer ence t the matter, admitted that the union of the two mines would be very feasible, but at the same time assert ed that nothing had as yet been de finitely decided upon. There is no in tention, In any event, of taking In th Chlno or anynthT property. As to the present conditions at the Ray Conso'ldajted and Gila mines, Mr. Jackling said: "There has been devel oped on the Kay mine up to the pres ent time between 4r,00 .,000 and r.0, 000.000 tons of ore, while the Gila has opened up in excess of 13,000,000 tons. A largo portion of the pteel for ttr new mill has arrived and the founda tions are completed. Much of th machinery, Including that for the pow i r plant, has also been ordered and some of It is already on the ground." ARIZONA-CAN AN E A MINES. RAY CONS. AND GILA. 1 espito the fact that recent reports to the effect that tin Hay Consolidated company would shortly acquire addi tional properties have been emphati cally denied, it is now admitted by one of the officials that th Gila may, in tho near future, bn merged with the Hay Consolidated. General Manager Jackling, accompanied by Director spencer Penrose and President C. M. McNeil of tlu Utah Copper company, lire thin week looking over the Ray Consolidated and Gila properties, part ly with a view to arranging the de- A representative of the people, who recently purchased the Alicia Copper property, situated 33 miles southwest from Cananea, i-tenora, Mexico, has re quested the Arizona-Cananea Mines Corporation to name a price for the El Corbre, a copper property owned by this company. The El Corbro Joins the Alicia and arrangements have been completed for sinking a 500-foot shaft upon the Alicia and to open up the ore bodies, known to exist by reason of previous prospect work. The forma tion is rhyollte and the porphyry . practically the same as that In which occurred the mines of the Moctezum.i Copper company of the Phelps-Dodge company, situated in the Arlspe dis trict. Senora, Mexico. Col. Otis, chair man of the executive committee of the Arizona-Cananea Mines corporation, stated today that he did not believe his company cared to put a price upn its El Corbre property at present, that whllo this company did not Intend do any work now upon it, an the company's operations would be center ed upon Its Cananea mln.es, the com pany proposed to develop the El Cobro later on and obtain the benefits of such development work. "THIS IS MY 40TH BIRTHDAY." Lee MeClung, Treasurer of the Unit ed, States, was born In Knoxville, Tenn., March 2-5, 1870. He received hi.' education nt Phillips Exeter Aca demy nnd at Yale University, from which he graduated in the class of 1S92. After graduation he traveled for a year In Europe and later In Cali fornia. In 1S!M he entered the railroad business In Pt .Paul and later he be came assistant to the second vice president of the Southern Railway Itls Not ABitToo Early To see to the Rubber Tires of that Buggy, Baby Carriage, Go-Cart, etc. This shop Is equipped with all modern machinery for this class of work. Experienced workmen with years of knowing how. Estimates on all work cheerfully given. Harness making and Repair work. Quick service. KINSMAN & WAGNER E.UMl.W 1872 Cor. Sixth and Scott Sts. Phone 143 v w : Indisnensable For Home Baking Matt Kangas' Opponent in tho Big Wrestling Match at Palestra Tonight H V ' to 0 ........ . c..v '.::: viA-x : . '.;. tit . h t J. - f 4 t v c V s t 4t PEARL BEEMAN, company mid assistant traffic mana ger, with headquarters in T.oulsvlll.. A a railroad official he was distin guished for his high administrative ability, a quality which he carrioj with him when In 1904 he left the railroad business to become treasurer of Yale University. He remained at the university until last fall, when he was selected bv President T.-ift to succeed Charles II. Treat as treasurer of tho United States. GREAT PLAY IS COMING. "The Third Degree" Will De Seen Here Latter Part of April. "Tho Third Degree," which 1.4 to oe the attraction at the Calumet theater the latter part of April Is a play that Is said to teem with life and vibrate with dramatic action. It was written by Charles Klein, author of "The Lion and the Mouse," the great American playwright of topics und Ideas In his best nnd most virile style. Catch-as-Catch-Can Wrest a PEARL BEEMAN American Middle-weight Championship Claimant. VS. MATT KANGAS Champion of the Iron Country pal e's t r n Saturday, March 26th Best Two Out of Three Falls. Admission 51.00, 75c, 50c., 25c. Tickets on sale at Metropolitan Pharmacy. It bear the trudemarlc of Henry T.. Harris, whMi means purity and clean linen in the drama. "The Third De jcree"' treats of the Inqnt.ltorlat sys tem of the police department In deal In with sun nosed criminal, and Is credited wll moving straight forward In a natural and consequential man ner that lend It tone and quality. It Is not wholly through the expose of present day cruelty manifested by the police that Mr. Klein's play de rive its main Interest. Iluther Is it the vital and wondrous picture he drawe of strong, Indomitable, far-feeing, self-sacrillcing young womanhood. Interesting and absorbing as are the other characters and features of the drama, it Is the plain, unassuming and devoted slrl-wlfe. Annie Jeffries. who Is In the foreground and con stantly filling tho eye. The story of the play is pimple and homely. It tell of. the misfortunes that follow the union of n charming young gtrl of the people nnd the eon of a wealthy and aristocratic old Knickerbocker family and the vicissi tudes arl.dng therefrom; how sne works with all her life's energy nnd woman's wit to clear the man she loves from the hideous stain of mur der, nnd how even his own father re fuses to lend him a helping hand In his hour of need. The boy la not over ly strong of mind nnd Is not able to resist tho torture of the "third degree" to which he is subjected, with the re sult that he confesses to a crime he did not commit. The etrugglo of tho girl wife to save her husband Is the really interesting nart of the storv ns It unfolds a ro mance that Is not only fascinating but stems so natural nnd true. The ml ing of tho play is said to be novel nnd stimulating rrtiilo the treatment throughout Is Intensely interesting, es pecially as It typifies the good, chaste and pure In staso literature. IZntabllshcd 1880 Paine, Webber ( p. Members Arcir York Stock Uxcbaniic . New York Cotton Exchange GhicaHo Board of Trade Duluth Stock Uxchamjc eUKB STOCKS GiVRVSPlZCITlL ATTENTION pmvnrn wiiib to till MnttKurs Calumet Office -Paine Webber Buitdlnti Tclephoncs.60, 89 nnd 139. Uay'sHair-Ucalth Never Falls to Bealore Cray nair to w Nat-aral Color ad DeoiHy. Mop out. and po.itiely remove. UanJruO. laaot live. Keluc all substitutes. t.00 and ft. Hottlca by Mail or at l'?'"- PDpH S.n4 10c fur larpe sample 1 frt'Y Pailo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, U.iM U. . a. 19 COMING MONDAY The Market at a Glance NO MARKET TODAY. r EASTERN FINANCIAL CONDITION INDICATES A BETTER TONE TO THE MARKET NEXT WEEK. COPPER STOCKS SHOULD ALSO DO BETTER. J. A. MINNKAR & CO., Brokers CALUMET, MICH. , LAURIUM, MICH. PRIVATE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE I - S tali EXTRA ATTRACTION JOSSELYN'S Magnificent Interpretation of tha Story AS m OF THE Gay & Bturgis 101 Milk St., Boston, Mass. Members of The Boston Stock Exchange DEALERS IN Bonds and Stocks, Listed and Unlisted Our faculties for handling your stock business Is unsurpassed. Direct prlvat wire to Boston, Duluth, and Houghton. Also direct connection with Hornblower & Weeks, members it the New York Stock Exchange, with offices at Ch'cago and Detroit P. W. GRIERSON, Mgr. OFFICE Kf TIFTH ST. PHONES 830 AND 840 IPfl A $2,000 Production Invented, Constructed, Patented and Pre sented by" Wm. H. and E. B. JOSSELYN. Acknowledged to be the most dignified act ever seen in Vaude villa, and the Only Attraction of the Kind in the World. BUOU 3 DAYS ONLY 5 Big Double Bill EconomyPrices 1,51 3.00 .5, 49 lb. Gold Medal S or Parisian Flour... 98 lb, Gold Medal S or Parisian Flour.. 1 lb Good Whole Rice 22 lb. Good Whole S Rico ii f i THE Rycltman Store COMPANY Phone 665 LAURIUM 1 nn I.UU A. TENNYSON PRYOR WARD H: SMITH Phones 818 and 810 South' ' PRYOR & SMITH BROKERS 37 Isle Royalc St.. Howjhton. Mich. 1 Direct Private wires Stock to Boston arid New York Exchanges - WM. DVFFNEY, Manager CURB MINING ISSUES A SPECIALTY. Reliable Information from Competent Mining Engineers and Corres pondsnts in the Various Mining Camps at the Disposal of Our Clients. MEN WANTED $100. TO 150, IN A MONTH REGULAR SALARY AUTOMOBILE WORK. . There will be 300,000 Automobiles made this year, which means thousands of good Jobs. We teach men of any Age to be Chauffeurs, Automobile En gineers, Repairmen and Salesmen. Wo give personal practical Instruction by mall, and obtain positions for our graduates. You can learn In eight weeks, so that you can fill a J100 place. Write today for our free lessons, and be ready for a Job this Summer. Com petent help supplied owners and tar ges. ROCHESTER AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL 79 Church Street, Rochester, N. Y. Save your old rubbers for the Qoo Will Farm. t Tho numbers' International has In creased ila membership from 4,000 to 1C.000 In ten years. In end, but loving1 remembrance of our beloved Howard, who died four years ago today, March 26, 1908. Calm on the bosom of the Lord our loved' one resteth now, Kvcn while with us his footprints troJ, tlod's seal waj on his brow. That aad morning that he left us our aching hearts will never forgot, Tho loving look he cast upon us as ha closed Ms eyes In death. 117 THOMAS FAMILY. NORTH BUTTE MINING COM PANT Dividend No. 17. A quarterly dividend of J200.000.M, being fifty cents per share, on tho outstanding stock of the company has been declared out of the surplus earning, payable April 23rd, 1910, to trie stockholders of record at the closo of business on March 26th, 1910. The transfer books will be closed from March 28th, 1910, to April 23rd. 1910, both Inclusive. - - l17 C. A. DUNCAN. Treasurer. Duluth, Minn., February 28th, 1910 66 Tift Copper Mail TT rvrvn n A 99