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MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1910.
THE CALUMET NEWS. Do You Hobble? If You Do There May Be a Reason Do not blam th mn woman with a hobbli nir, thulllin gait they r not to blam. A weak ln itcp destroys the jrraceful neaa of car riage. The whole body Is carrlod at the mvh ol the foot. KtlieiU'wi'nrHl luTVHHHrtiiliiltlM n thu arvh la lowoiwl and rliiHtlrity Ih Wmyol. Tlila raumta uiuny fMt alliiwiitt. an tlivil or ticli. In fwt, weak nnkliw, painful niHoum-n on die nolo. rraniixxl too ami liuiiloua, and Litur llut loot Willi rUuuumUc ixtlna. TheScholl "Foot-Eazcr" mmHithe feet by providing natural. tlnti' mi p. IKirt to the arch or lntU'i. Uiklue awny tho etiulu niljurol the itrvmiirw in wulkliiK. The "Foot-Eaief" not only cae'.-s the feet but the ntrve himI tntlr Ixxlv. The acnon - rooi-eaer is ninilK of two (ierinan silver prlnga. on mnciij aiinioniiciil iirlm ll'K" aim in worn inmue L... nnnotli-onlilv I'm bpchnnirVdfronionepoir 5fvj t nnotlier, Jnat llko an cffii II1WMU. All IVJI nin. women and Price $2.00 f ' 1 j per pair. , . n vou are not thoroughly Mttittfltvl I aiveri5f.'; .4. variuouay will bu nil uuUoil. THE BEE HIVE SHOE STORE 5th St. Phon 390 Calumet lzona-Comnicrelal will .bo In the sul phide Eono ut the 000 foot level. In tho annual report of the OJIb way, president- Hubbard say the ground udjaccnt to shaft No. 1 looks best. Green Can. made a new record pro duction for May, 4,300.000 pounds of copper, 141.73G ounces of silver. Tho Miiy. pro-tits are estimated at 107.000. One noticeable effect of tho Rutte niorg.r that has been the ubolbhinent of a number of high priced managerial officials: Movo will lie done awav with. MINING YUMA. The work under way on tho third or bottom level of the Yuma Copper Co. has proven a body of leached granular sulphides assaying 1 to 2 per cent cop per for u width of 43 feet and u length of 100 feet with the drift breasted In the same material and neither width iior length of this body of leached ma terial has been determined. Indica tions are strongly favorable for the finding of commercial ore at a little greater depth. A pump has just been st illed and work In the winze, will be resumed where the finding of water unexpectedly stopped work six weeks ago. MINNEAR & CO.'S GOSSIP. This Lake Copper should be bought every ttmo It goes off. Tho Important developments are going on In the stock that will make It worth considerably more money. l'ixmnza Limited has declared a regiilir- quarterly dividend of Is. tfd. per share, payable July 1 4 tit. on stock of record June 18th. Rooks . close on June 20 and open on June 25. Some of the most experienced Lake people are Inclined to think very well of the recent strike -nt the Keweenaw at Mandan. Those well Informed on Superior ropper think that with a modern and more cflLclont mill the company would have operated at a profit Instead of loss during the past year. Preliminary figures Indicate that tho May production at Utah Copper ami Nevada Consolidated properties were the largest In the history of the com- pany. At the Utah rnjne 8,500.00V pounds of copper were produced at a est of slightly under 8 cents per pound while In the neighborhood of 6.500,000 pounds wero turned out at Nevada Cows, at a cost of probably lxk cents. These two low grade porphyry are producing at the rate, of about 180.000, WO pounds per annum. Isle Royale has abandoned all ex ploratory ami all surface work In tho horizon of tho Baltic lode. North Rutte Is -shipping between 37. POn and 35,000 tons monthly. New Raltlo has cut a second lode In No. 3 drill bole, 40 feet deep, carrying a fair amount of copper In heavy plcc- PAINE. WEBBER &. CO.'S GOSSIP. (Jlobc The Superior & Boston Cop per company l sinking tho Met. aw shaft toward the 800-foot level which will be at a depth of 768 feet. The shaft Ii now at a depth of 692 feet Ninety tons of ore averaging 9 per cent copper and carrying n fairly high silver content are being extracted dally from sixth level of Mcdaw working and shipped to the Old Dominion smelter. The West winze being sunk from, the fourth level of the Gardner workings Is now at a depth of 125 feet and has been In ore averaging 8 per cent copper for Us full length. The excellent showing made In this winze and the East winze sunk from the fourth level 125 feet from the west winze, proves that the oro body la more extensive than was estimated The annual report of tho OJIbway Mining Co. shows cash on hand April 20th. 1!10, of $14,330. compared with 138,437 a year ago. Total receipts for tho year were $133,344 of which $66. 44 was from assessments. Tho total expenditure was $127,451. Diamond drilling at No. 2 hole at Houghton Copper company has been discontinued. It Is reported In well In formed circles that an order had been placed for a compressor and hoist and that shaft sinking would commence. shortly. sample of Algomah ore recently assayed at the Houghton School of Mines, shows It to be black oxide of copper, carrying 77.84 per cent copper, oxygen 20. 11 per cent silica 2.05 per cent and a trace of Iron. The oro was not tested for silver or gold but will be later. This formation Is most com mon near volcanic craters and strengthen. the theory already sug gested by Indiana and tho discovery of an intrusive felslte and North Lake's 1,400 foot bed of continuous trap rock that the section In that vicinity Is close to an ancient crater. This con vulsion offers a possible explanation of non-conformity of tho Lake and Evergreen lodes to the other Like Superior lodes. lis ac-g1 j STOCKS Ronton. Tho action of the market today shows clearly the absolute con trol of the big Interests. The Loudon quotation for copper were decidedly lower but price of Amalgamated waui steadily rallied In splto of aggressive filing by the bears. Trading In en tire list was very dull. Tho market will probably remain dull for tome time but should be sold on any good news ami the street Is full of undigest ed securities which will be marketed on any opportunity. truster to Falnc, WJlbcr Si Co. Col. Cons Cordova ... Cortex Chlno Columet & Corbln . . , Calumet & Montana Corbln Copper ... - Cactus New Ualtlc Nlpissing North Lake Ojibwuy Oncco Ray Cons Hay Central Sierra , . Davis Daly Denn Arizona ...... East Ilutto .65 10 .40 -1 6Vi 'iVt 6 11 '4 10 6Va 2 17 Huston Mass.. .Time 13 Tin. irtiernl Central tnnrk.. ,.rr..l. ... .l l. .... MJUIUlltlU u.io a.i.nvv HhlHI l'-HU UVUty Milk MIH-I the first few minutes of trading it be came evident It was distinctly over sold and a sharp rally occurred which to all Interests and purposes held to the close. Locally the flrBt few minutes of tho market was very weak Indeed lntlu enced by an erroneous copper quota Hon In London which was not rectified until three hours later. Later, however, a very much better tone prevailed and with few executions the close was firm No selling can take place further M0 -l)l,cr than forced selling which Is still like ly under tho circumstances. Rot torn prices however must cither be here, or close at hand. I. J. Sturgla BOSTON 8TOCKS. 114. 2 714 1 8 5Vi 6 .'JO (Paine, Wtbber nd Co.) Bid. Asked ... 63V4 C3 ... c-y GAY & STURGIS GOSSIP. In Superior' annual reort tho post of stamping at tho Atlantic mill Is idled excessive. The report Is not a very favornlde document. It Is said that North Ihitto will 1s "ie a nuarterly statement of Itn con dition t accompany dividend checks henceforth. Thirty cars of the best looking cop per roek that ever came from the Su perior were shipped to tho Atlantic '"ill Thursday. C. Si II. continues to sell Its copper t 134 cents and has made sales "Ineo the Issuance of tho M-y pro dttcers' statement. Ahmeek will Institute n diamond 'trill nt shafts No. 2 and No. 4 to feel ahead for the l..de. The shafts will have a turn In them like those at Al lone?.. The recent developments at Llvo 'ik Indicate that the ore body under lay seventy five acres of tho com rnnyB land. I'ntte Coalition has a surplus of four dollars per nharo In Its treasury. Work at S. & n. Indicates that Ar- Iloston, Juno 13. The News Ittireau says: President R. C. Tryor who lias been active In tho development of the Lake property, Is In very poor health and Is now at the Itattlo Creek. Mich., sanitarium. Irrespective of the efforts which arc now being made In TSnston to reconstruct tho board of directors at the next annual meeting. It may be said that nt the last meeting of direc tors Mr. Tryor was opposed to staying on the board but consented to, nt the earnest request of his associates. We requested Mr. I'ryor to give some explanation ns to why the mineral now being obtained from the stamp mill operations on Lake run was run nlng only 63 per cent ingot as against a previous estimate of 74 per cent. Presldeift Tryor writes from Rattle Creek, Mich., under tlatc of Juno 10, In explanation." At present our small mass work. Is all sent to the mill with the balance of the roek where the head runner picks it out before it enters the steam stamp and places It In a pllo (Mass). This naturally runs low In copper percentage. When the new rock Is put In commission, a largo portion of this will be placed under n hammer which will remove most or the rock. .The mass will then run hlo-her in eonner percentage. This will raise the average percentage of copper in tho mineral to a marked extent as the lode gives a good portion of heavy copper in shape of small masses. 'alumet. Mich.. June 13. Lonion copper prices came In over a pound lower this morning, making a new low record for the movement. Coppers opened lower In sympathy with Lon don but after the first hour were In clined to be a littlo strong nnd closed near the highest for the day. North Butto was tho featuro of weakness at one time selling as low as 24 'i. The general market was quiet with the highest prices for the day being tho cho-ing ones. In the curb list. Tonopah becam strong wit sales recorded at H. Boston. Tune 13. Fitzgerald. Hub hard Co., now hold proxies of more than 53.000 shares of Iake. It Is un derstood that directors Tryor and Wee will be Invited to co-operate Willi me Boston owners. -News Bureau. Amalgamated ... ... Adventure Allouez Arcadian 1 Atlantic 6',i Arizona Commercial 15 Boston Corbln 12 B. & B 14 Calumet & llecla 53 Calumet & llecla 650 Centennial 1 5 Vi Coalition 18 Copper Itangc I.. 60 Daly West 8 East Butte 7 Kranklin 114 Giroux 6 Parrot 13 Qulncy 70 Ray Cons 16 Shannon 10 Superior & Boston 9V4 Superior & Pittsburg .... 10 Superior Copper 39 Vi Tamarack 46 Trinity 5 IT. S. Mining 39 V4 Utah Cons 20 Va Victoria 3 Winona 6 Wyandot 1 Wolverine 110 Grnnby 33 Greene Cananea TV Hancock C... 17 Helvetia 2,i Indiana IS Isle Royale 17 Kerr Lake 8', 4 Keweenaw 3Vi Lake 49Vi La Salle 11' Mass 7 Miami 20 Michigan 4 Mohawk 47 Nevada Cons 19 North Butte 25 North Lake 11 OJIbway 1 Old Dominion 33)4 Osceola 6 39 7 15 13 54 555 16 18 60 8 7 11 7 13 73 17 10 11 40 47 6 40 21 3 7 11 38 7 '17 3 16 17 8 4 50 12. 7 20 5 48 19 26 11 7 35 13 Gila Giroux ilomestakc Hcrmlua Helvetia 2 Hancock 17 Indiana 16 Inspiration 7 Keweenaw 3 Kerr Lake 8V4 Keating 1V4 La Rose Vi , 50 L. S. & A, ivi Live Oak ' 20 Miami 19'4 Montana Clinton , New KejBtone J Superior & Boston .....i 9 Shattuck 25 Santa Rosalia ... Superior & Globe 35 South Columbus 08 South Lake 4 Tonopah' ' 8 , Warrior " Yuma '60 .70 1 2 U .50 1 7- 2 7 11 10 7 2 17 2 2 1 3 7 1 8 6 7 .95 .40 2 17 16 7 3 8 1 4 51 1 20 19 y4 .10 3 9 25 .45 .40 .11 - 4 8 8 .70 ROOSEVELT BUSY ABOARD BOAT vlc on tho nocosBltlo attendant nti association with strangers upon land Inc. H exhorted them to be .mindful f tho duties of citizenship and to pro tect the right of women. At the nl f Jils remarks the emigrants crowds! aJnjut Mil, trying to kiss his hami loiter at a service In the second cab in, at which a German priest offtclatod, Msve:t spoke in a similar vein to gathering ot Germans, who cheered his romarKs. Sunday mtirnlivg RoimcvcU attended a I'rotostant st-rvl.o Jn !. sslooo. Monday ho will address the crew and stokers. Tuesday, with French, U;f man and Fo'llsh priests, and Protestant Icrgy, ho will give a reception to thw st ind second cabin pitssungern. GOOD GAME FOR SATURDAY. Ical baseball promoters are ar ranging for a game to be played at the iM. C. A. park next Saturday af ternoon between the reorganized Red Jacket team and the '.Mohawk team. I U expected that tho contest will provo cry interesting. A meeting of the Bcveral committees of the Red Jacket Fourth ot July will be held tomorrow evening In the Red Jacket town hall, when several reports will be made. The soliciting commit tee, In particular. Is expected to bring in a favorable report. f TORCH LAKE HEWS J TAMARACK SCHOOLS CLOSE Graduation Exrcies to bo Conducted This Evening at Millo Closing exercises will bo conducted this evening at 8 o'clock at the Tama rack Mills school, and the following very excellent program will be given Invocation Rev. E. ColDecK. Salutatory Lydia OJa. f Chorus The Watcn un mo lunni-. Declamation Toussaint L'Ouverture Russell Drlscoll. Vocal solo Selected 'Miss Nlcholls Recitation Putting up the Stov Amv StroK. Instrumental solo Solecicu uhish Mlddlemiss,. . . . , OratloiW-The Treason of: Benedict ArnoldMaurice Cappcl. Chorus Welcome Pretty Primrose Declamation Speech In the Virgin la Convention John Erlckson. Pantomime Jesus Lover of My Soul. .. . Presentation of Diplomas Supt Jamea Shields. NEW BANNER RECEIVED Members of the St. Johns society o T.nw T.lnden have received the fine nsw silk banner which will be usei for the first time In public In the par ado to be conducted In connection with the celebration which Is planned for June 24 at Calumet. Four extra etreet cars have been secured for Iike Lin den residents who attend tnls ccie brat Ion. NEW YORK STOCKS. Gay and Sturgls furnish th follow. Jng New York quotations: Open Close Amnlirnmatcd 62 63 American Car Fndry 53 54 Anaconda 38 39 Atehlson 104 104 K & O iu 11 B. R. T 76 77 Canadian Pacific 195 135 a. & a 79 80 Cons. Gas 133 135 Colorado Fuel 34 34 Erie 26 26 Illinois Central 133 133 L.&N 144 1455 t m,. five 42 42 New York Central ..114 116 Mnrlhcrn Taclflc 124 125 Pennsylvania 130 131 n,.ndlnc- 151 152 Rock Island 38 40 St. Paul 125 126 Kmelters 74 75 Mmitl.ern Pacific 119 120 Sugar l,s 11 Steel pfd 11V4 115 Tennessee Copper 26 25 fnlnn Pacific 169 170 it S. Steel .. 76 77 i'n.lnrn TTnlnn 64 63 UNLISTED 8TOCK8. (Continued from Page 1.) Established IS80 Paine, Webber & (go. Members A'civ York Stock Exchange " Boston Stock Exchange M ATeif York Gotton Exchange " Chicago Hoard of Trade ' Dzsluth Stock Exchange CURB STOCKS GIVEX SPHCI71L ATTENTION PHIV71TIZ Vlltn TO TILL M74UKETS Galumct OfficcPainc Webber Building M. J. O'BRIEN. Res. Mgr. Tclcphoncs-826, S27 and 828 it Additional Hancock DEATH OF A CHILD. aurora Jeanette, the flvc-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jean ette of 1015 Railroad avenue, died yesterday morning. The funeral took placo this morning from St. Joseph s -hnrri. Interment beimr at the old Catholic cemetery, Hancock. HANCOCK BREVITIES. The Market at a Glance COPPER STOCKS WEE SLIGHTLY IMPROVED TODAY. SALE OF CONSIDERABLE COPPER REPORTED. NEW YORK MARKET SLIGHTLY BETTER. CURB LIST SHOWED SLIGHTLY BETTER DEMAND. J. A. MINN1-AR & CO., Brokers CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM. MICH. PRIVATE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE LAKE LINDEN BREVITIES. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Dick nson of Virginia, Minn., on Friday, on. Mrs. iicienson was lornu-ny Miss Laura Pue of Hubbell. John R. Macdonald of Hubbell left thin morning for Marquette en a busl nesn trip. Carl Moeller of Hubbell who was recently graduated from tho Lansing Business university, has accepted a po sltlon n bookkeeper In tho store of John U. Hodges. Tho steamer (1. A. Flagg arrived In port last evening. Edward Oagnon arrived In Hubbell yesterday from Ashland where he spent the past three months. Joseph Degnrlals arrived nt Hubbell this morning from St. Paul where ho has been located for some months. Tho pupils of the eighth grade of the Lako Linden and Hubbell schools will not repeat tho program given last Fri day evening, this week, as was an nounced at that time. A large force of men are at work un der the dlrect'on of Supt. W. Curry of the Lake Linden Electric light plant, upon the alterations In the lighting system for the village of Hubbell. A intent has been granted for an Httach.nent to rocking chairs to oper ate a fan to cool the occupants. THE COPPER RANGE 1 1M1TED New Observation Cafe Car and Through Sleeping Car Service Between. CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ml THE COPPER COWRY OF UPPER M1CHISAM VIA rnpPFD RANfiF RAILROAD n-vi i w - irc a ST PAUL RY. N CONNECTION WITH THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE Vestlbulcd drawing-room electric lighted -looping car. between Chicago Milwaukee and the Copper Country. rhnnin and Calumet "uwi tnuuii caie cur cicv uk Meau served a la Carte. . . See That Your Tickets Read ila Copper Range Ranreaa r I nVi I trtk ft. Rest Passenger Service I n Northern W,LLAMS, F. R. BOLLES, Div. Paitenger Agt, "n Pattengsr Agtnt Clumt Mich. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Kate Ryan has gone to Monroe, this state. In order to bo present at the graduation exercises of St. Mary's nendemy, from where her sister, Miss Mary Shea, will graduate. The funeral of Richard John, the 15- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nottle, of Waterworks street, took place yes- T A. iMInnenr &. Co. say today: Copper stocks were weaker at th leruay afternoon, witn services ai me nnentne today but before tno ciosc in uikc view ccun-n-iy .tAinA nr. somewhat with tno salvation Armv nan. interment - V.V . v. f I rhnnirei for the day Insignificant. It I Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Enten7.a and son was reported that a sale of 100.000,000 are expected home trie latter part ot nounds of conner was made during tno this week from Ann Arnor, wnere .Mr, last few days at 12 cents per pound. Entenza Is studying law. They will Amalgamated was strong and sold up I spend the summer at the Dymock res almost two roints on this news. Lon- Idence on Eighth street don sent over lower copper quotations. Dominie Mlchetta, Mnx Pelllgrlnl, speculative metal being lower than for and Tony Rost were brought before ovcrnl vpnn. North Rutto sola as Justice nscner isaiurnay nini. low as 24 this morning but recov- charged with creating a noise and dls rfd to 26. " Calumet & Arlxona sold I turbance within the village limits town to 62 and back again to 54. North They were 8.csed $2 and costs each. Putte directors, we are told, will met A meeting of last year's convention f'r dividend action and Issue a quar- I committee w 111 be held this afternoon rly report the latter part of this I for the purpose of taking a vote on the question of placing the balance left over from last year's Joint eonven Hons Into the Red Jacket Fourth of July fund Mrs. John Nelson nnd six children Mrs. William Dyer and child. Mrs. Emll Sandberg. Mrs. James Nalman and child of Mohawk, and Mrs. V A daughter was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Shea. rnntnln Nicholas Climo of the Quincy has returned from Lcinarla, la A daughter was born recently to Mr and Mrs. Oscar Lldlnan of Elm street Andrew Johnson, who has been HI for the past week or so, has recovered and was out Saturday. Mrs. Hreo, Miss Cameron and Wal ter Larson went to L'Anse Saturday night to participate In a concert given at that village. Andrew Johnson left SatunViy fof Chicago to take treatment for an ill ness with which he has been suffering for the past couple of weeks. " The wteamer Fleetwood which un loaded a cargo of coal at the Fortaga coal docks last week, was repaired while here at the Ripley foundry. The Young Men's Catholic club of St. Joseph's church has Issued Invita tlon to a dancing party to be given nt (Jermania hall on Friday evening. June 17. Tho new Royal theater had Its for mal opening yesterday afternoon -with a matlneo performance, and attracted largo nudlences nt both urtornoon and evening entertainment. Rev. A. Hartman of tho Faculty of tho Finnish college seminary depart ment has left for New Finland. Saskat chewan province, Can., where he will organize a confirmation school on June 20. Tho late llatt Ilawley of Ontonagon, whose death occurred Saturday at On- tonugon, was n member of the Han cock lodge of Elks and tho flag on the Elks' temple Is being displayed at half stat In his honor. The sale of seats opened this morn ing at the Kerredge hardware store for "The Prince of Tonight." In w nien Henry Woodruff and a big company will appear at the Kerredge theater on Wednesday evening. Warrants have been received by the city clerk from the secretary of state lor the payment of amounts due a fees to physicians and mldwivog for (he registration of births In tho city of Hancock during the past year. A surprise party was tendered last Saturday evening to Miss Ethel Peat tie at her home nt the Franklin, there being nbout twenty of her young friends present. The festivities began early nnd ended late, the affair being a very pleasant one. Proctor Henwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Henwood, Is anion? mis years graduates of the Armour Insti tute at Chicago, and on graduating no well take a position as superintendent of the Albert Lea, Minn Gas and Elec tric company. Gay & Sturgis 101 Milk St., Boston, Mass. Members ol The Boston Slock Exchange DEALERS IN Bonds and Stocks, Listed and Unlisted Our facilities for handling your atock business U unsurpassed. Direct private wire to Rjston, Duluth and Houghton. Also direct connection with Hornblower c Weeks, members, of tho New York Stock Exchange, with offices at Ch'-ago and Detroit P. W. GRIERSON, Mgr. orriCE ir TIFTH ST. PHONES 813 AND 814 1 month. J. A. MInnear A Co.) Bid Arizona A Michigan 35 Ahmeek 160 Rutte & Superior 1U Rutte Ralak Utt Rohemla ..... V4 Chemung Chief Cons. .. ltt AiW 4 175 1 14 7 Andrews nnd two children, of Alloties have gone to Lead. S. D., to Join their IS I husbands. 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 YM. 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. i' ' JM.-..I. - .1' 'U -TO CALUMET STATE BANE Capital $100,000 Surplus $30,000 orriCERs THOMAS HOATSON, President. EDWARD ULSETH, Vice President. Jv W. SELDEN, 2nd Vice President. F. J. KOHLHAAS, Cashier. ' WALTER EDWARDS, Asst. Cashier. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS The funeral of the late John W. Mar tin of Ripley was held this afternoon from the family residence, tho services being conducted by Rev. J. R. Oould. pastor of the Hancock Congregational church. Interment was In Forest Hill cemetery. Houghton. The city was billed Saturday for the Cole & Rogers railroad shows, which will exhibit In Hancock on Saturday, June 18. and Monday, June 20. The show, while not of the biggest. Is said to be a good one, with many clever and novel features. Angus F. Macdonald K expected to arrive home today from Kalamazoo where he attended the arand conven tion of the Modern 'Maccabees as thw delegate from the copper country dis tricts. He will mane a report on in convention at a meeting of Ingot tent to be held tomorrow evening. Among those who will assist the LET US BE YOUR PERFUMER We have Hudnut's, Vantine's, Palmer's and many other Celebrated Perfumes and Toilet Waters. METROPOLITAN PHARMACY CALUMET DRUG COMPANY CORNER OAK AND FIFTH STREETS Savcl Ladles choir at their concert to be given at Iron wood tomorrow even ing arc Rev. and Mrs. John Wargelln. of Republic; Miss Lydia Kangas of tho Hancock Finnish college! Miss Melml Sllberg and Carl Sllbery of Ironwood; and Mls I Andersen of Ironwood. A mud turtle was found Saturday In one of the mall pouches from Chi cago arriving at the Hancock post office. H was in good coiid'.t'.t.n ftnd gave the clerks n little scare when It was first discovered. Tho postoflke fore will keep the creature and make a pet of it. Rev. J. S. Oould, pastor of the Han cock Congregational church, returned, home Saturday from Ludington, where he attended the state convention of the Congregational association, where he delivered an address on "The Life of St. Paul." Next Sunday Mr. Could will preach the baccalaureate sermon to the hlRh school graduating class, nnd on June 2". will deliver his fare well sermon. i i t ""ugnun, Mih, .