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TUESDAY. JANUARY 3, 191t.
i THE CALUMET NEWS. G MINES AND MINING, OFFICIAL COPPER OUTPUT FIGURES PRODUCTION WAS EXCEEDED ONLY IN 1909 1,079,CC0.CC0 ACAINST 1.002,951,624 IN 1909. Statistics and cstiutnt ' reeilvtd by tln Fulled States Geological Survey fri'iu all (ilaitts known to pr-duce blis tir i i r l'lniii domestic orw an 1 tivm all I .tiki- mines Imllcute that t lie llr output lrurn mint In the I'nlt .l States in l!tl(l will fall consider ably -below tln out ut of lSo but will ex d tin- production of any previous year. Smtlter Production. Tin" figures showing smelter pro duction. whUJi haw d.h cllectcd iby M. S. Iiutler. of th.- Survey, represent the actual prod jet of ciu h com pany for eleven months uiul include mi tsti.nate of lis Ihccmber output. The .N'oveiu.ter lluu:-is for a few com panies were not available ami these coir.jianles furni.-died estimates for the lift tw.i months of th:- year. Accoru it j to the tutislic uiul estimates re ceived, the output of blister and Lake Hi ; ,ier HUH l.tlT'J.OUO.IUM) Jiillll-.'s, US against l.DI'.'.HM.t'.M pounds in 1 !!;:. Rsfined Copper. Statistics slio.ln. the output of re fined fiijijr Jiy plants In the 1'nited Slates are Hot enllecttd hy the (leo loical Survey at thi-s time. Finurcs j lll.lislicd l.V tile Copper 1 T. 'tl UCers ;.-.- latlon r the lii -t eh'ven months , of IMO Indicate that the production r - Marketable er.Jpcr by the lvutdnr rv lining plants from all sources, domes ti" ard fo.vl.rn. ill amount to a'x.ut l,44S,ooo,tKM' (Miun.ls. vla against 1.4o",, ,i:t.ril9 pounds In r.n'.. Irr.pcrts. Accorilir..-' b) the Ihueau of Statis- tics-. Imports of pi.:s. bars, inuots plates and old vol 'per for the first eleven months amounted to 23 7' 4 2 jHMin '.s and the copper content f ore, matte and ri .t.ilu imported amounted to 7T..!i.-,S,712 pounds. If the imports for 1 nerner were eipial to the aver age monthly import for the fust eleven mouths the amount of c"; ;t eiitei-in I lie Putted States for the year w as Jtbout "Its.ouo.ona pounds as against ::2l.S0l,lll pounds in I !. Exoorts. J.stimates based on tin urea for the first tlc Vi'ii months, pr.i ili-dn-tl by the Hun-ail cf Statistics and also by the ' , .. it l'ri lucers' a -h iation, Indi cate that the i x ports of copper will x ii.il the exports for l'.Hi'.t, which am ounted to I'.nJ.M0,72.; in. .inds. and that t.'icy may be as mac h as 7''i,0u0,oo0 I oiirnls. Stocks Slocks of refilled copper hel ' ill th.i Tailed , State. on January I. I'.ilo, are pn i.'i'.ily e-s than on Januar y 1, l'.mJ. Foreign stocks during the later part of ptlO have shown a steady decrease nnd at the close of the year were oai niderajbly lies than on January 1. PI0. Consumption. Statistics showing domestic deliver ies for tlu first eleven mouths of the year, as given "by the C ;-; r Produc ers' As-K-iation, indicate a onsurnp tl'.ll of copper in the T'nited States ex eecln g that of any pivvl-us year anil reachihg. perhaps. 77'i."uu.mii) pound.---, as compared with tC,i;-.,2 13 pounds for l'.09. Prices. Th" price of i l.-cirolytic copper rr tiialr.ed beli iv 13 cents for the greater fiart of Tne vear, the average m aitliiy i Yoik quotations for eb-etrolj tic c. pper ibein- ais it 12.7 cents it-r pounl. MONTANA-CLINTON. A' telegram received from Charles L. Friedcrii ks. maiiauer of the Montana- If your house is vacant Just one month the in terest on your invest ment is greatly reduced. If it's advertised prompt ly in THE NEWS as soon as it's vacant you'll be dollars ahead. Clinton, states that am Hut thirty ton oar of ore was shipped on the 24th Inst., and that the shaft Is down 200 feet, which Is 100 feet below the 50 foot level, and that by the first of Jan uary a station will be cut, pump In stalled, and drlfiinif commenced south to th ore chute. If the car at this ievel opens up th' tame ns at the 50 foot level, and is of nlMiut the same value per ton, it means fhiit ihrt Montana-Clinton will have opened up and ready for shipment, from J2...oOO to HO.OnO of ore. Three shipments were made durlnjc Decem ber vvhiolr netted the company at the smelter approximately $2,300. SALT LAKE NOTES. Mining in UtahHas Been Satisfactory During Current Year. Salt I-ake City, Utah. Utah has ex perienced a rather satisfactory period of mlnln durlrisr the past twelve months, especially in copper and gold, although the lead output Is material- lv decreased from that of 1 l0i. The output of the state, a shown by the preliminary figures, will be approxi mately J:'S, 000.000 in gold, silver. lead, copper and zinc, analnst 2i,131,070 during 1900. The dividends paid by I'tah mining companies in 1910 reach es the handsome total of $S,7."S.s;3. ex clusive of the amounts distributed but not reported by the various leasers nnil close corporations of the state. The dividends of lttOO were $7.10:1.642. The work on the extension of the Nevada Copper Kelt Kailroad has pro ceeded with all possible despatch, and with every prospect of being com pleted to the Nevada-Ioufflas mines before the conclusion of the present winter. Never In the history of the load has the construction work ex- hibited more energy. There is now on haul ? Hi; .-lent steel and ties for the ci.'inpletion of the extension. Showing the vigor being put into this work, track laying is proceeding with an av erage of 21 yards a day. When the mad reaches Springvale at the en trance of Small Valley, there will be a decided accession of agricultural trade which thus far has proven a phenomenal asset to the road, even be fore It has reached the stage of com pleteness. On returning from his monthly in spection of the Ray Consolidated and Chino Copper properties. General Man ager 1). C. Jackling said that the Ray management has ceased churn drilling .ii all new territory, the existing de veloped tonnage being deemed suffi cient for the time being. The drills have been transferred, therefore, to that section of the property holding what is termed partially developed ores to bring this area into the act ually developed class. While the Kay mill will begin opera tions shortly after the first of the new year, the company's: smelter will not he In readiness until the middle of the year. Mr. Jackling stated that the con centrates would be shipped meanwhile to the HI Paso smelter, with which nn ore contract has been negotiated. Itoston. The putte Coalition Mining Co., should end the fiscal year, lec. 31st, with a balance, after dividend payments, approximating $134,000. This corporation has always held the posi tion of a holding company whose In come has been dependent upon the earnings of the Red Metal Mining company, which formerly operated the properties once owned by the United ('upper company. The mines, however, were turned over to the Anaconda Mining company as of March 31st 1910, since which date the lied Metals earnings have been entirely basi-d on that company's ownership of .'00.000 shaies of Anaconda stock exchanged for its property. In other words, ltutte i Coalition and its subsidiaries tire now Every house hunter In Cnlumet reads THE NEWS Rent Ads Paine, Webber & Co's Gossip J STOCKS holding companies pure mid simple Assuming that the Ited Metal Mining company produced this year $500,001) dividends to Ilutte Coalition from Its mining operations- and $."00,000 more from he two dividends which It re ceived from Its holdings of Anaconda the Income of Hutte Coalition for 1910 from these sources alone wouM have been sufficient to ay the $1,000,000 disbursed to Ilutte Coalition stock holders. There are, however, In the Putte Coalition treasury 3,000 nharcs of International Smelter and Kenning Co. stock for which It paid par or $300,000 and which now has a market value of $0.),000. Upon this stock there has been paid S per cent divl dends. Putte Coalition also has Its large reserve of between $3,500,000 and $4,000,000 -drawing Interests and Its equity In the 30,000 shares of Anaconda held In the treasury of the Alice Gold and Silver Mining Co. The eoulty is believtd to equal almost 20,000 shares of Anaconda. The Itutte Coalition In come for 1910 should work out about as follows: Dividends from 3,000 shares of International Smelters. $ 24,00" Two dividends from Ited Metal, account mine opera tions 500,000 Two dividends from Red Metal on account Anac. divs., ' 500,000 Interest on cash surplus, 110.000 Total Income 1.134.000 Dividends paid (four of 25 cents each. I,000,0o0 PalaiK-o from year's opera tions, 134.000 (wing to Its strong cash position Putte Coalition has paid out In divi dends practically all It earned. At the nd of last December the cash sur plus amounted to $3,922,000, Interest upon which amount totalled $113,000. It Is to be assumed that this surplus fund was drawn upon to the ex tent of $300,0000 to pay for the In ternational Smelter$ PtiK-k, thereby re ducing this amount to $3,600,000. That the Red Metal Mining Co.. will be dis. solved during the coming year is not at all unlikely as Its coporation exist-J t-nce does not appear necessary to hold tho 500,000 shares of Anaconda stock now In the treasury. The annual meet ing of the Alice company will be held on Jan. 10 In Salt Iake City but no action will be taken at that time re lative to winding up the company which owns instead of mining prop erty. 30.000 shares of Anaconda. It has in its treasury $30,000 cash from its two dividends on these stock assets whereas the company owed Ilutte Coalition $35.0o0. This debt has since been liquidated. The daily record for December, showing tons of ore mined dally In the Putte mines, pounds Clipper per ton of ore and total pounds of copper pro duced for the month, is shown In the following table: Poston and Montana, 2.S10, C4. 5, 575,040. Anaconda. 4,000, CO 7,440,000. Putte and Poston, 400, 61, 75C.400. VVashoe, 350. 61, 661.850. Parrot. 300, 60, 558,000. Trenton. 405, 59, "40.745. North Putte, 1,000, 61. 1.891.000. Putte Coalition. 1,010. 70, 2,191,700. Tuolumne, 200, 9S, 607,600. East Putte, 300, 90, 837,000. Original, 690, 61, 1.304,790. E STOCKS Poston The two day holiday failed to bring In many buying orders. The opening was dull with prices inclined to lag. Plans for the Calumet and Hec la consolidation have been distributed to Interested Hock holders and prices in the board were adjusted to the new conditions. In the closing hours stocks were bid up all through the list, floor traders figuring on a rise within the next few days. The foreign visible tiupply of copper again showed a de crease today and jkhe position of the ! metal is rapidly getting stronger. We I look for a resumption of activity be lore ine end or tne month and a sharp rally all through the list. Foster to Paine, Webber & Co. BOSTON STOCKS. (Pain, Wbbr & Co.) Hid Asked Algomah 8 8 Mi Ariz. A Mich 15 Ahmeck 175 185 Putte Palk 6 6 Pohcmia 3 3U Chemung , 6 8 Chief Cons 1' lMi Col. Con 17 .20 Cortez 1 2 China 214 21 Cal. Corbin .20 Cal. & Mont 55 .65 Corbin Cop 4 4 Mi Cactus 22 Past Putte 11 J2V4 Kairvlew 95 First Ntl. Mng 2 2V4 Ooldfield Cons 7 8 iiroux 6. (Ireene Can 6 7 Homestake 86 88 Helvetia 1 l Hancock 21 21V Indiana H 12 Inspiration H 9 Keweenaw 8 3 Mr Keating 85 .90 Lake Copper 34 3.1 I H. & A IMr 1 Live Oak 23 Mi 24 Miami 1914 191, Mont. Clinton 15 National c New Keystone 2 3 New Paltlc 6 6M1 10 A; Niplmdng 10ls North Lake 'i Ojlbway 6 'a Oneco 2 Kay Cons 1 Kay Central 2 Sierra .... 14 Shattuck 22 Santa Rosalia 15 Summit t .60 Sup. & Globe 0 Sup. & post 5Vi Sup. & Pitts 134 1 2i 184 k -- i .1" .65 .12 6 14 7 4 7 6 .30 South Iake 6ji Tuolumne .... ai Tonopah 7 Warrior Yuma 20 UNLISTED STOCKS. J. A. Mlnnear & Co. say today: The announcement of the Calumet X- Hecla unt.'lcation plan was by rar ttu roost Important news' out for the lay and for that matter the most Im portant for months. The details are not far from what was generally ex- pected and there Is no doubt ibut that it Is tis fair a proposition a could be arranged, all things considered. The new te.iipany ivvltl bear the name of . - 'aluinet & llcvla and according to present quotations will sell Hround $230 iper share. The announcement had ibut little effect upon the ftovks In luestlon. Sr.'perlor advanced 1 point. Islo Royale dnppfl a little more than point and La Salle eased off frac tionally. Mohawk directors today an- ounced a semi-annual dividend of $1 per share payable February 1st. The New York unarket was strong. The Tcoacco case may come tip for a hear ing next week and the rate decision may also be received about the same time, helping the situation. Tuolum ne directors declared on initial divi dend of 15 cents per share. Tonopuh Pelmont -was tip on good buying. In spiration was In good d.rnand. Su perior & Pittsburg was av-tive 'be tween $13',;. and $14. Wo believe the markets will continue to do better. (J. A. Mir.ntar &. Co.) PId. Aked A ma 1 63 63 V, Adventure 6',j 7 li I Alloucz 39 40 Algomah 7'i 8 Arcadian 3"j 4 Atlantic ... 5 6 Ariz. Com. .. , ll'.i 14 'i poston Cor 12 12 V Putte & Palk 6'i 7 Coaltloit IS 18-i f'op.Kr Range ...j r Va 6 C. & A 47 V4 4SV C. & II 550 575 Centennial 15 Vi 16 Duly West 3"H 3i Tnst Putte .. .... 12 12',4 Franklin .. ,.Z.'i ......... 9 SMb C.iroux 6-li CTi Clranby;.'... . '. 3S 39 Clreene," tn. , 6?4 7 Hancock ' 2P.i 22 Helvetia 1 2 Indiana IP 12'4 Isle Royale 15 16U Keweenaw ' 3 3',i Iake .' . . " 34 35 La Salle ... 5V4 fi Mass .', 7 S'.s Miami ' 19' 19 Mb hi Ann 3' a 8 Mohawk ... 46 47 New Cons lS',i lSVi North Putte 29'i 29Va North Lake 64 6 Mi Old Mom , 37a 3S Osceola : 124 Hid OJiiUvay ' ... fiViPU Parrot 11 Mr 12 Quincy 70 71 Ray Cons. ...... . 18?4 18 Sup. & Poston -5Mi 5 Shannon HVs 11 Mr Shattuck 2P,i 22V4 Sup. & Pitts 13 14 Superior 4214 42 Tamarack 50 51 F. S. Mlniriig 3r.Ri 26 I'tah 'oiis 13 13 I'tah Copper 45"-4 45 Victoria 2 2 Mr Winona 8MrlPd Wyandotte Hi 1 Wolverine 116 120 . UNCLE HIRAM TO NEPHEW. Learn to Listen, Good Advice for One Starting Out in the World. Tlvo little iplece of ad vie that I would give you thl rriornlug, Stephen" said Uncle Hiram to his hopeful young nephew, "la this; Learn, to listen." "Wo all think that our own experi ences are the most Interesting that ever were, that the things that have befallen us are the most wonderful; hut don't moniollze the conversa tion, Stephen. "At a rule, what happened to you doesn't Interest the other man at all; what ihappened to him Is what inter ests him most, and if you are wise you will let him tell, you aibout It; and be ware of trying to match his experi ences with something greater out of you own, which, however greater it may have been, will only make hlnr think less of you, for naturally it e- littli s him, and that Is foniethlng that you want always to avoid. "So let the other man do the talk ing, Stephen, while you listen. Your interest to him is wCiat he says will commend you to htm an a person o( Intelligence and appreciation. As Ii talks on he will have a lilgher and higher opinion of himself, and as sure ly as you listen, a better and ibetter opinion of you. "Stephen, learn to HsUn. At your age you should not be talkative, any way; reticence Is a fine trait In any mnn and especially to be commended In the yourir; and If to that you can add tho grace. Indeed, the rare tgrace of helng able to listen with earnest attention you will get on. Many :nan hm prospered In this world ly letting some other man do all the talk Ing. "That will tie all. Stephen, this morning." J. M. Rarrle has sent Maude Adams as a Christmas- present tho manuscript of an one-act play, called "Youth.' j Christy Malhevvson pitched his llrBtj tame for the New lorn inuiin 1 17, 1900. He has never played with' M'ny other major league team, CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT. RKNT Furnished FOI rooms, all 411 Sth St. modern conveniences. FOR RKNT -Large furnished room In Red Jacket. Modern conveniences. Apply News. FOR SALE. FOR SAL!1 Cheap, one large heating stove, one blue flame oil stove, and one iKiby cutter ull In excellent condi tion 134 Wodland ave., Laurlum. tf H ELP W ANTED F EM A L E. V.ANTKI Fxperlened girl for gen eral housework. Must speak Knjilislf Mrs. R. V. Wilson, 425 Pevva.blo et. J 3. LEGAL NOTICES. Jan. 3, 5. 7. 9. 11. 13. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Florida Water Co. will be held In the Finnish hall January 14th for the purpose of electing n twini-d of directors for the ensuing year and any other business that may come before the meeting. Oki, provvning, See'y. Jan. 3. 7. 9. 14. MKKTINO NOTICK. Notice Is herdby given that the an nual meetlr.g of the nieimbeis of the Finnish .Mutual Hie Insurance com pany of Calumet. (Mich., will i'.k? held on Saturday, January 14. A. J). 1911 at 1 o'chxk p. m. at the Finnish hall, Red Jacket. '.Mich., for the purpme of electing nine directors, and the trans action of such other business as may lawfully come Ibcfore the meeting. polls will ri inula open from 2 to 8 o'clock p. m. Py order of iboard of direct. -rs. Henry A. Kittl. Secretary. Dec. 16. 20, 23, 27, 30; Jan. 3, 6. ANNUAL MK1M1NU CALl'M KT, MICHIGAN. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting cf the stockholders or I he Calumet State Rank, Calumet. Michigan, for the election of Direct ors, and for the transaction of such oth.-r business ns may bo presented, will 'be held In Its banking rooms on I'uesdavv January 10th, 1911, from ten o'clock a. nr. to twelve o'clock noon. F. J. Kohlhaas. Cashier. ANNUAL IMF.KT1NO OF STOCK HOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that tho reg ular annual meeting of the Stock holders of the First National Ibank or Calumet. Michigan, will bc held in the directors r'nr of said bank In the Village of Rod Jacket, on Tuesday af terniMin, January 10th, 1911. between the hours of two and four o t lock. Nine directors will 'be elected and such other business transacted as may legally como before ,the mtet ing. For the Ponrd of Direr-tors. Joseph W. Selden, Cashier. Calumet, December 9th, 1910. Nov. 13, 22, Dec. 6, 13, 21), 27, Jan. 3, 1C, 17. 24, 31, Teh. 7. M(H1T(5A(JK SAI.R DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage made by Charles Ala. and his wife, Serafiina Ala, to the Copper Country Iiullding Loan Association of Calumet, Michi gan, a Michigan Corporation, dated the 21st day of October, A. D. 190S, and recorded on the 15th day of December, A. D. l'JOS, in Liber VV of Mortgages, at Page 14, in the office of the Regis ter of Deeds, in and for Houghton County, Michigan, the said Copper Country HulUlIng & Loan Association of Calumet, Michigan, elects that the whole amount secured by said mort gage shall become due and payable Im mediately. There is claimed to be due on said mortgage nt the date of this .otice, for principal and interest, the sum of Five Hundred Eighteen nnd 47-100 ($!18.47) Dollars; for taxes paid and Interest thereon, thirty-one (131.00) Dollars, besides an attorney fee of Thirty-Five ($35.00) Dollars. as provided for in said mortgage. Notice is hereby cWen, that on the 10th day of February, A. D. 1911, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at the Front Door of the Court House In the Village of Houghton, that being the place where the Circuit Court for the Coun ty of Houghton is held, the property described In said mortgage will be sold at public auction to tho highest bidder, said property being described as fol lows: Lot numbered fifteen (15), of Illock numbered forty-five (45) of the Sev enth Addition to the Village of Laur lum, according to the plat thereof of record in the office of the Register of Deeds for Houghton County, Michigan excepting and reserving to former grantors In the regular chain of title, the minerals and the right to mine the same. Dated November 14th, 1910. COPPER COUNTRY PUILDINO f LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CALU MET, MICHIGAN. Mortgagee. . Albert Marsch. Attorney for Mortgngee. Iluslness address; Calumet, Michigan. EMPLOYES OF THE Cal u met & Hecla Mn'g Cc Who with to sell thtir houet or buy houtet on Co. Land; who havo rooms to rent or who wish to ront rooms, art invitad to advartiso in this column without any axpont. FOR SALE FOR BALE 9-room louse, modern conveniences, team heat, good foun dation and plumbing. Apply 850 Cam brla St., Ca.lumet. FOR SALE Five-room Inmso No. 24o3 11 street. Apply Jan. Uarnettc. c onnmissiomis On and after January 1st. listed and curb blocks win n i mocks Bellinir 1 cent to ?1 hundred nhnres; Stocka selling $1 to $10 per quarter cents per share; Stocks selling $10 ami up per half cents per share. PAINE, WEBBER & COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1880 THE MARKET AT A GLANCE CALUMET & HECLA UNIFICATION PLAN ANNOUNCED. DETAILS FAVORABLY RECEIVED. NEW YORK MARKET STRONGER. TUOLUMNE DECLARED 15 CENT DIVIDEND. MOHAWK DIVIDEND OF $1.C0 ANNOUNCED. J, A. MINNKAR & CO., Brokers CALUMET. MICH. LAURIUM. MICH. PRIVATE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE Gay & Stur'gis 101 Milk St., Boston, Mass. Members of The Boston Stock Exchange DEALERS IN Bonds and Stocks, Listed and Unlisted Our facilities for handling your Btock business Is unsurpassed. Direct private lre to Boston, Duluth and Houghton. Also direct connection with Hornblower & Weeks, member of the New Tork Stock Exchange, with offices at Chicago and Detroit. 1 1 ....J...'- ROY A. YOUNG, Mgr. OFFICE K TIFTH ST. PHONES 813 AND 814 Isn't Right NOW "a Rood time to start that savings account? ; The Calumet State Bank solicits such accounts, and pays interest thereon at the rate of 3 per annum. Capital, Surplus and Profits over $140,000.00 tetassEsnr. "OR SALE Lot 3, block 3 Wolverine St., Florida. Avply at Mrs. Chap man's boarding iiouse, 123 Kearrge St., BOUth. FOR SALE Secen-room house, 3b'J Caledonia st.. Calumet, Mich. FOR SALE 11-room house. Apply 250 X Rockland st. FOR SALE House, No. 4036 Oak st Yellow Jacket. FOR SALE 8-room house. No. 379, on Caledonia st Particulars at Wick- stram & Co.'s store, Pine vst. FOR SALE Four-room cottage, 2201 Middle bU Calumet. FOR SALE 8 room house, 4082 Elm St. FOR SALE 6 -room house, No. 3044 Swedetown road. Apply on premises. FOR SA LE 4 -room house. No. 4995, behind Calumet dam, Inquire within. FOR SALE5-room house and barn. Apjily at 3C3 Caledonia at. x FOR SALF 5 -room houso cheap, S45 Caledonia t. FOR SALE 3129 Tunnel st FOR SALE Six-room Laurlum st. house. 1624 FOR SALE Houso No. st., Swedetown. 3133 Tunnel FOR SALE -152a Hecla sU FOR SALE House, No. 40S3 Elm St., Yellow Jacket. FOR HAL1-House, 1516 Hecla. st. FOR iALE I)en st. -8-roorn Iiouse. Anly 1744 FOR HALE works st. --room house, 730 Water ! FOR SALE Five-room house, 8ii Al iblon. FOR SALE 12-room house, 1C02 lau rlum st. x FOR SALE Ihmso No. 457 Caledonia t Albion. FOR BAIJ'3 -7-roorn house, 4087 Cone FOR RENT 4 rooms. 11th und Pine sis. Apply 42t;i 1911. tho rates of commission on per share, commission ji.ua per Khare, commission elx und ono share, c(Mmissi..ntvvelv e and rme 2KB BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY COlLfcQES. MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES F. V. McNair, President Located in Lake Superior dis trict. Mines and mills accessible for college work. For Year Book nnd Record of Graduates apply to President or Secretary, HOUGHTON MICHIGAN UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALM ERS W. J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EMBALMER Phone 155 cr 379 Calumet, Michigan Undertaking Parlors at the Old Stand, JEWELERS. A. FAHLEN&CO. JEWELERS WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Complete Stock of first Class Jewelry 407 Fifth St. :: Calumet MRS. E. C. PETERSON Hy<nlc Itcputy Parlor Quello Block Artistic Hair Dressing, Electrical, Facial nnd Scalp Treatment, Manicuring, Hair Goods nnd Ornaments. Phone G18.L2 Cnlnmet. Mlcli. Harper-Thomas Co. UNDERTAKERS AND EM3ALMERJ Phone 14 Holman Dldg., Calumet, Mich. All calls attended to either day or night. We also handle fresh cut flow er for any occasion.