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THE CALUMET NEWS.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911. MINES AND MINING, STOCKS it NORTH BUTTE. Conditions at the Property Are Said to be Very Promiing. Tin. ni seui. Tnvl- & Co. sy: Our 1 : i : 1 1 i-ut r i-pt'iiiU nt wires us that c n : th ns nt the Xi-rth liutte property lire .iy inMHi'isir c "r!'l th;lt while there ll. S 1 . !1 III Sp.fi.il Improvement ill the in- a lues nil the- old levels, the size i r liiniu's ci-ntiiuie l.uco and regular vl:h i-ury prospect uf rh her d.-posits In lie (.pencil 1V the IU-W levels, the tltrt:ie u i il rhhnefs of which have l. en iK nuTstiatnJ hy diamond drilling 1 r in iidpoinin mines. There Is little I'ual't that the old days of North Eutte ure i'i turiiini;. (in the Edith May vein at the N.-rlh Eutte iruity drit'iinn on the inUr-in.liali- hi' the ':3rd h vel has now been Mopped, as l.oih the east and went f . . s have reaehed the fault plains. Ie. flopinellts nil this lev el Were iUite en t n.ir;'.iii, havir.s shown improvement ,,.r the :jnd level al-nVi'. The drift en the -td is imdiatily in the neinhht.r- Ii)d i.f 2'H) feet in lellKth. over whieh distance the ii e will assay ulout 4 per nt i i'i'j.i r per t.n. The sinking is now in progress axain l.t low the L'Cth level, and in this work from f.o to ' ft-t I er n.mith is made. SinUin;.; was temporarily h-M up pend inu the i-icnplction "f the stations from tie i'Sth tn the -It hi. hut has now hten r. sniiud. frossfuttirtf on the 24ih level wIM plol.ahly be htun within the m t inniith. Two months will then piohaM he miiSMiry before the Vein w;:i be i cache d. When drifting is 1. 1,..- In -un hi'th north and south on 1";iS 1. '.el n.iscs will be put up to cnn T,,.t with the ends ..f t!ie prc.c:,t drift oil the Urd level. This will block o'lt ti e or.- 1in1;S betwetn these lev - ! !s. and also afford "'d ventilation. l:irinc l'.'ll the Edith May and Jtssie Neil,.-; should be npelied down to the I'Vih ;.el. The . ir in the underground working r.t tin- North R-.itte ndne is very muih la tt. r th!i hefeinfnre, eiwin to the (i m.ei tion whieh has been made to the IV'in lev 1 of tlie Cranite Mountain shaft. This Is a new shaft whieh has bun sunk mi the North liutte. MIAMI. The nn'-r ground working! "f the i"Miami . 'npjier ton.paiiy have reach al point wheie with a very little more ',vni:( the mine will be in readiness to beslii production, and as it seems im 1 n 'la de at this time that the concen trator will lie llllishod for at least three wt-tk-, there will not tie any de lay from under ground when once tin mi'l begins rations, says the (Jl"he Silver lUlt. It is estimated that when the mill starts about four hundred tons a day will be hoi-ted from the main haulage levil, the remaining six teen hundred tuns, to make up. the I'adv capacity, will be taken from tht slock piles at lxitli the number two :!:ul lo ir shafts. Thi-c stock accumu iated in the course of mining opera tions attein'aiit upon the blocking out of the ore and the preparation of the n ii for production. It is probable that when the mill is completed anil ruiininjr full capacity that about four hundred men will be employed on the surface and in the underground vvork i. es. as it is estimated that for every thousand tons of ore mined il will re quire ai ;roimati ly two honored men, tWelit.V-lUe on surface and one bun die.' and se etity-iivc under ground. ARIZONA-MICHIGAN. Th annual meeting of the stock holders of the Arizona-Michigan com I any will be held in Clobe shortly and it v. ill then be determined what fur ther exploration work will be carried on. It ! cxpettcd that drilling will be : t. lied as bid have been received for li e t-inkiag- of diamond drill holes, and il is p--..t,.ibly the intention nf the in. 111 : ir.-n.eM . thoroughly explore the old J --minion fault, which runs through the piop'-rty, by this means. Clnbe S.ivr l:. It. SUPERIOR & GLOBE. i:xi loratii.ri work by the use of dia drilis is being done on the prop- f the Supelinr Ni Clobe Cupper ii.v. i in" shift of live men is d. The drills are working on rty i.rnp rnph the C ',i foot h-ve'. Iioth diills are work ing in tie- .li.ihase wlijeh forms the alls of the mirnralied veins In that district. -Clnbc Silver licit. Paine, Webber & Co's Gossip Copper exports for the we k ending January 25 were, .'.Ouo tons, a dei reaje of 1,71'" tons. Winze No. 2 of the Shannon Copper '. continues in high grade cuiio-n-(rating ore, the average of samples taken the past week running 4.SS per i ( lit coppt r. The winze is How 2.1 feet below the ore level which is the deep est opening in the mine, and Is looking la tter than at any previous time. During the current buy ing movement thy I'nited Ali t.il Selling company has elisposed of nbout 2.", 000,000 pounds of copper at prices ranging from to 5-S. Sales of nice troly tie tire being made by ce rtain independents from 1-8 t l-l below the price a-ked by I'nited Met. lis Selling compa ny. t'opper was sold today on basis of 12'j e-e-nts a pound. Total siilcs In the eurrent : ' " " ; Minneir & Co.'s Gossip ! J - ! buying movement I'O.imio.uoo pounds, diutloii of country are estimated at The refinery pro is running at the late of considerable 000 pound a month over U'O.V'io Recent sales were made on declining market. n advanee In the metal having; aecom- panied the transactions. Arizona OmmiiTi lal while cross euitinK to the lode will also sink to the l.i'i'o-foot ievtl. This Is a very w Ise move. The property has to be opened up anyhow and that much time w id be saved. The new I.lve Oak stock will be of fered to share holders at $23 a share. A prominent copper producer says the lon.ir and favorable terms which buyers of copper demand Is another fa tor militating against any hig profits at the present time. Huston The tuning movement In copper whieh has hen n under way for last week or two has subsided, according- to statements made by pro ducers. The nominal juotation for electrolytic !s 12 1-2 a jmund, with small sales reported at 12 3-S cents. Total sales in recent hnylng movement iggrt gates about S0.immi,(hm pounds, compared with a refinery production of more than 12i.tin,0tio pounds. IV velopnu tit9 since the Ilrst of the month indicate that the statement of the I'oppcr Producers' association this month will not compare favorably with the statement of leeeinber so far as teks are concerned. Nt vada Consolidated w ill continue shipping from Liberty Pit as long as rulitions permit. In the original pit the cnmp iny has recently run into some rich streaks assaying as high as six per i t nt cupper. Franklin Insiders believe that with the cash provided by the last assess ment they will be able to pay divi dends in the very near future. Mayflower and Old Colony were ac tive on the recent striking of ochI ore in the St. Louis. A very good drill core his been located In the latter prop erty. As regards cash Old Colony w ill have to stand an assessment before iinv more work can be done, whilo Mayflower has some $40,000 to $.".0,000 available. Itoth properties will doubt less await further work on the St. Tvouls bt fore doing any exploratory work. Ahmeok will begin to stamp 1.700 tons daily by the middle of I-Ybruary when Its fourth stamp head will be in commission. l'oston The extraordinary export f copper during the past few weeks omhincd with the failure of the UM-s of foreign visible supply, (the amount held in Knglish and French warehouses and alloat) to Increa -e, has led to the very logical conclu doll luat heavy shipments from this coun try have been consigned to Rotter dam, llam'hurg and other continental ports, where no systematic record of copper stocks Is maintained. Henry i.M. Morton & Co.. estimate that on Jan. 14th there was a stn( k of copper In Uoterdam amounting to 7, ."do ton ai d a stock at Han.ihurg of I.'.'mkj tons or a coinoiiied total equal to r,0,40),noi) pound-?. It is fpilte generally expected that the January figures of the Copper Producers' association will show an increase in the copper surplus In this country, and that is the latter half of the month there will also be an In crease in the foreign vlsiblu supply. News Ilureau. lioston Although price s do not show it, there was a better feeling in the market today. Buying orders under the market were noticeable ail through the list and It looks as if people were1 appreciating1 the fact that the pre'Si'iit level Is low for the coppers. Superior and I'.oston was well taken around 4 1-4 and Kast lutte was firm at a frac tion over 12. Allouez and Tamarack we-te up a point while Osceola and e'aluinet and Hee la were weak I Amalgamated and Steel acted i-spe-tc ially well in New York and If the ad vance Is e'ontinued, the local marke-t will eertainly follow in sympathy Foster of Paine, Webber iV Co. BOSTON STOCKS. (Paine, Webber 61 Co.) P.id Algouuih CVj Ariz. K Mih Ahmeek 170 I:utto P.alk S Pohemla 3 Chemung r 'hl.f Cons 1 Col. Cons 13 Corte. 1 Asked 7 .1 lx.l 3'4 6 Hi .18 Chi no Cal. Corbin Cat. & M.-nt Corbin Cop Cactus liavls lalv F.ly Central First National Mng. C Willi Field Cons Hmne'stnke Helvetia, ... Hane-ock 20 yH .2.'. 4 1 1 v 'n R." 1 18 20 t; . .30 4'i 22 ft 2 87 it 14 Indian.i 12 ! Gay 4 Sturgis' Gossip J MARKETS Inspiration Keweenaw 2! Kerr Iake 7l Keating 1 La, Rose 4 Iike Copper 33 4 3S', l 24 li L. S. & A Hi Llv Oak Miami Pi4 New Key stone 2 New Jlaltie ." Ni pissing 10; CJibway ' u Oiicvt 1' Kay t'ons 17 Ray Central I1 Sierra Is Shattuck 22 'a Santa Ko.salia 10 Sup. & Ulohe Sup. & Huston 4 hi Sup. & Pitts It 11 1 17V. . 23 .12 .10 4 144 Couth Columbus P So. Lake C Tuolumne 4 Tontipah S Yuma 20 .12 6 .30 NEW YORK STOCKS. Gay and Sturgli furnish tht follow Ins New York quotations: Open Clew Amalgamated C3'i C3 Am. Car 51 li 51 'i Atchison 103 106U Anaconda 3S 3T; Locomotive 40 4o Smelters 71 7 11. H. T 77 77 U K. & O S3U S3 C. & S. W 14:."i 14'. C. 1 & I 23 3:H Frio 2S'i 2S'a fit. Nor. Pfd 126 12Gi Cons. C.as 142 1 42 L. Sc X 143 143 M. K. & T 3 ". 3 T 4 Mo. Pacific r.OU 504 No. Pacific ll'J l'J Pcnna 127 127 ' Peoples C.as 14CS4 146; P.eadlng ir,., i:,7, Pock Island 31 7i 32 St. Paul 1284 129 So. P.y 27 28'4 Union Pacific 1734 170 Tenn. Copper 3"'i 3."'; So. Pacific 119 119- Steel Common 7S'i 78 74 Steel Pfd ; 119i 119 Am. Phone 144 144 U UNLISTED STOCKS. J. A. Minnear & Co. say today: London again sent over a lower range of metal quotations and natur ally this had a depressing effect on copper shares. Amalgamated was off ldnt In the early trading while North Putte likewise- conceded frac tionally, lief ore the close the markets became firmer, In sympathy, probably with the higher prices In New York. Steel Common was a feature with lieading in the big market, both scor ing substantial advances. Trading In the curb Issues while fairly active showed no material price changes. Hay 'onsolidate-d was off, selling freely around $19. There was excellent de mand netted for Superior & lioston at $4',;. Keating was offered freely at $2 during the day. Den 11 was taken In large blocks be-t we.cn $.r.,4 and $."'4. While the prospects for the immediate future do not appear very bright, we do net believe in selling stocks nt this level. 'J. A. Minnear & Co.) nid. Askee 6314 Amal 63 H Adventure 3 Mlouez 34 Algomah Arcadian 2 T. Atlantic 4 . 31a 4k 13 1114 5V 19V4 67 49 CO 3 13 314 12V4 714 6 32 ei4 18 lj ISk 11 14 7 Ariz. Com 1311 lioston Cor Il'i liutte & Ilalk u',4 Coalition lg v t'opper Range CG!i C. Hi A 49 C. & H 1,04 Centennial 12 Paly West 3 Kast P.utte 1214 Franklin 7 iirrmx 6!i eiranby , 31 Greene Can. Hane-ock 18 Helvetia 1 Indiana 11 'a Isle Uoyab- 13 '4 Kerr Iiko 1 Ktwe-enaw 2U Lake; .... 33',j - La Salle 4Vi Mace 674 Miami 1S Michigan 24 Mohawk 44 Ne v. Cons 18 ',4 North Untie- 27 Nlplsslng 10?4 North Ijiki! 64 Old. Dniii 3J',4 Oseeida 107 Ojkhway 514 Parrot 11 IJulncy 65 Pay 'otis. v 1674 Sup. t Itostoii 44' Shannon 11 Shattuck 21' i Sup. & Pitts 14 Superleir 37 Victoria 114 Winona 8 Wyandotte 1 Wolverine 117 2 34 414 7V4 18 43 18 27' 10 7. 7 40 110 5 12V4 68 174 4 1 1 li 1414 38 214 8 4 114 118 Alt Had Don Time. "You know Mrs. Van Gilder's fara fly portrait gallery that she started last year?" "Yes." "Well, that great criminal detective officer who guarded the wedding presents when Frostlej Van Glider married the oldest De Graft boy, told me that he recognizes seven of the portraits, and they had all done time whatever that uin. UPPER PENINSULA on. ANDREW C. JOHNSON DEAD. Wall Known and Popular lihptming Man Pss Away. Andrew iJ. Johnson, of Ishpeming. who had been a sufferer from tubercu losis ef the kidneys for more than two years past, died Wednesday morning at 10:13 t.Vhvk. The condition of the tb ceased had been privH.ioim. and as he gradually gicw w taker his rela lives and friends realized that it was a inositol) t.f ,ut a short time when ho v, ould pass away. The deceased, who for several years luld the imsition of head book-keeper in the Miners National bank, had to give up his work two years ago the t tuning spring. A year ago last fall he left for Texas in the hope that th thange in climate would restole his health. After remaining there a few months he went lo Colorado, but there was no improvement as a result of tin- change In locations, and he returnee) home, about thr'e months :go. The deceased was born in Ishpemim; about thirty. eight years ago. At that time the family resided at the Cleve land location, in the district known as the Marquette side. After Ie-avlng school ht worked for a time at one- of the Cleveland-Cliffs Iron company's mines. In 1S90 he went to California, with the Intention of locating there, but soon after he received an offer of a position at the First National bank, row the Miners National bank. He started in as collector and worked up to the position of head book-keeper, which he had held for several years before being obliged to give up his place-. Mr. Johnson was regarded as one of the most capable accountants in the city. ANENT BARBERS' BOARD. Hon. Peter Jensen, membe r of the legislature, representing the Delta dis trict, and Governor O.sborn are not 1 greed concerning the governor's prop osition to abolish the barbers' stale examining board. This fact ciune to Ight In a le tter writtt 11 by Mr. Jensen to S. K. lunn, secretary of the Ksca- naba Harbors' union. Mr. Dunn had sent a protest of llepresontallvo Jen son re-gardir.g the chief executive's recommendation to the legislature md se-ttlng forth the reasons why, In the eiplnion of the barbers' craft, the state board should be continued. Rep resentative Jensen's reply says that the position taken by the barbers Is tenable and that he will use his best efforts and influence to oppose the gevernor'B sugge-siion to abolish the examining board.' OLD CITIZEN OF ESCANABA. S. F. Kd wards, one of the pioneer citizens of Kscanaba and for many years one of the most eccentric char acters of the city, pnse-d away this week. He was familiarly known as 'Judge" and was sincerely liked and admired by many people. In early life Mr. I'M wards w as a minister In the riends' church. He was an extensive- reader and a man at all times of e-x- inplary character. He was seventy- four years ef age and Is survived by one daughter and one son Miss Helen Fid wards and L. K. I-Mwards. FINNS LEAD IN BIRTHS. There were 477 births In Iron wood In 1910, a gain of twenty eiver P.KI9. The parents ef 40 per cent ef the children born during the year were Finns, the number re-corded at the city clerks eif lice as of that nationality being 1SS. Other nationalities nre representee! is follows: American 56, Swedish 37, Polish 34, Austrian 32. Italian 2X, Kng- llsh 24, Oaliclan 17, Russian 14, Hun garian 10, (lerniany i, Syrian 8, Nor wegian 6, miscellaneous 14. UPPKR PKN INSULA TEACHER A CANDIDATE. A. P.rtico Oibbs, of Moran, announces his candidacy for Bchool commissioner in Mackinac county. He Is a graduate of the Michigan State Normal college at Ypsllanti and holds a life certificate. His experience as a teacher covers a pcrloel of ten years and his work In Mackinac county has heen at Curtis, Wllman, Allenvlllo and Meiran. A GLADSTONE INVENTOR. John P. Olson of Oladstonc has be en granted a patent em a novel device. It is an attachment for the huh of a wagon, to whieh a horse may be hitched. The horse can back as far as he likes, but nny advance winds up the hitching strap on the hub and cf 1'ectlvely checks him. Heroism Under Knife. Heroism on the operating table Is generally regarded as a necessary dis play of fortitude and therefore not caning for particular mention. Its finest examples come under the ob servance of only a very few persons at best, and theso few generally for get quickly what they have witness In prepnring for another operatic There Is nothing particularly thrilling about It, no attending battles or self sacrifice or catastrophes to lend It color and attract attention. Failed to See the Connection. "Tommy, what was the preacher's text this morning?" "He didn't have any regular text. He said Ms sermon would be on the sub ject. 'Charity llipgins at Homo and be didn't say a word about her. All be talked about was lovln your nelgb bor an' doln' good." Slaughter of Elephants. There are annually killed In Afrlcs a minimum or G5.000 elephants, yield 1ng a Quantity of raw Ivory, the sell log price of which Is 14,250,000. TOROHLAKB FORMER RESIDENT DEAD. Mrj. Martha Bahr Pastes Away Zenith City. Word has been revelved In Hifbhe-U announclnir the death of Mrs. Martha Pnhr which occurred this week at l)u luth, where she had made her resi dence with a son for some months. Mrs. pahr formerly resided In this village, having made her home with a son, George for n number eiT years, tdie was 58 e-ars of age and Is sur-vlvi-d by three sons. Iocal relatives have left for Duhitli where they will atlend the funeral services on Satur day afternoon. TORCH LAKE BOY DEAD. The Fix year old son of Mr. ond Mrs. Joseph IVrrlcr of Hubbell died last evening afte-r 1.11 lllne-ss of several weeks duration. The little fellow had just re-covered from an attack of diph theria and cemtracted pneumonia which proved fatal. Funeral services will be heltl tomorrow morning at the St. Cecilia's church, with Interment at Mount Calvary. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Placlde llcauduln of Lake Linden died yesterday. The funeral services will te held tomorrow morning. NEW CANDIDATE IN RACE. A third candidate for the offlee of village tre-asmrr In Lake Linden, en-tere-d the race this morning' when An- se lm Pros! nnounccd his candidacy, others who arc in the race' are- Oliver Pcrrcaitlt and A. Calipeau. As all of the candidates nre well known It Is ex pected the race will prove a spirited one. 1 TORCH LAKE BRIEFS Two new eases ef diphtheria have heen discovered in Hubbell and the homes placed under eiuarantlne. The Iakc Linden high school bas ket ball team will go to Calumet to morrow to meet the Calumet high se hool team. Members of the Lake Linden lodge of the I. O. o. F. have made arrange ments for a social session to be held next Tuesday evening. Miss Maine Fathorne of Lake Lin den went to Hancock today to visit her brother Hiram who Is ill with pneMimonla at the St. Joseph's hospl- tal. "THIS IS MY 50TH BIRTHDAY." Ralph Modjeskl, famous as a civil engineer, was born In Cracow. Poland, Jan. 27, 1S61, the son of the celebrated tragedienne, Helena Modjeska. After coming to America with his mother In 1S7C he had his name changed to Mod- jeskl for American naturalization. He was educated chiefly in France-, where he graduated from the technical school In Paris at the head ef his class. In 1832 he began the practice of his chos en profession In Chicago. Since that time his work has be-e-n eemflneel chiefly to the designing and building of bridg es. Many ef the largest bridges con-structe-d In America in recent years have been designed and erected under the supervision of Mr. Modjeskl, par ticularly In the Northwest and In Can ada. He built two larue brldees over the Columbia and Willamette Rivers for the Northern Pacific Railroad, also the bridge recently completed for the Illinois Traction company over the Mississippi River at St. Louis. While specializing chiefly in bridge engineer ing. Mr. Modjeskl has executed other Important engineering work. FOR RENT. TO RFNT Three rooms on Klghth street. Reel Jacket, every conven ience, Including light ond bath room. Apply 214, Klghth street. If. LEGAL NOTICES. Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27. STATE OF MICHIGAN, The probate court for the County of Houghton At a session of said court, held at tho probate ofllce In tho vlllago of Houghton In said county, on the 16th day eif November, A. 1). PjIO. Present, lion. Geo C. llentlej. Judge of probate. In the matter ef the estate eif George Kemp, dee-cased. Ge-orgei J. Kemp having filed In said court his petition praying that tho time for the pre.-cutatlon of claims against said estate ibe liniite-d and that a time and place be appointed to receive, ex nmlne and adjust all claims and de lands against said de-ce-ascd by and of fore said "court. It Is Ordered, That four months from this date bo allowed for credit ors to present claims against said es tate: It Is Further Ordered, That the COtli day of March 1911, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, at said Probate Orflce, be nnd Is hereby appointed for the exam ination and adjustment of all claims nnd demands against said deceased, nnd that notice thereof be given by publication once each week, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said County. (Seal) GEO. C. RENT LEY, V truo copy. Judge of Probate, leo. D. Freeman, Register Of Probate, CLASSIFIED ADS 1 WE WILL 6IVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION 10 ALL DETAILS CONNECTED WITH THE EXCHANGE OF Superior & Pittsburg Certificates For CALUMET & ARIZONA Bring Your Certificates to our Office Paine, Webber & Co'y O, TIU!C RIAniICT THE MARKET NEW YORK MARKET CLOSED STRONG. COPPERS SHOWED WEAKNESS IN EARLY TRADING. LONDON METAL QUOTATIONS LOWER. CURB LIST ACTIVE THOUGH UNCHANGED. A. MINNHAR &. CO., Brokers CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH. PRIVATE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE a . Gay & 101 Milk St., Members of The Boston Slock Exchange DEALERS IN Bonds and Stocks, Listed and Unlisted Our facilities for handling your stock business la unsurpassed. Direct private wire to Boston, Duluth and Houghton. Also direct connection with Hornblovver & Weeks, members of the New York Stock Exchange, with offices at Chicago and Detroit. t ; i , i i j 1 -...', .i i, ROY A. YOUNG, Mgr. OFFICE K TIFTII ST. PHONES 8KJ AND 814 CSS The CaluEiief State Bank offers to Its customers modern facilities for the prompt transaction of their financial affairs, ample vault and safe room for storing and safc-ETuarding of their money, notes. Insurance' policies and other val uable papers, nnd such liberality eif treatment as Is consistent with prudint banking. . , CnMltol Ciie.n1nc in1 V4.1) 1 III f UUIaU3 ll 1 lit 5C395IS EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& HeclaMn'g Co Who wish to sell their houses or buy houses on Co. Land; who have rooms to rent or who wish to rent rooms, are invited to advertise in this column without any expense. FOR SALE FOR SALJS 9-room house, modern conveniences, Kteam heat, good foun dation and plumbing. Apply 850 Cam brU st Calumet. FOR SALE Hive -room house No. 2103 R street. Apply Jas. Rurnctto. X FOR SA1 E D-iooin house, ttuniintr kitchen, ceial shed, barn room for 3 horses, etc. Apply luOIj Hecla st. Hoc la. FOR MALE Lot 3, block & VVoiverlne St., Florida. Apply at Mrs, Chap man's boarding house, 123 Kcardargc st., south. Holt SALl-J Wecen-room house, 3CJ Caledonia t., Calumet, Mich. Full SALE li-rooni house. Apply -250 Rockland st. X FOR SALE House, No. 403G Oak U Yellow Jacket. FOR SALE 8-reior.i bouse. No. ::7.. on Catalonia st Particulars at V.'bk strmn & Co.'s storn. Pine t. FOR SALE Four-room collate, 2201 Middle st., Calumet. FOR SALE X room house-, 4082 Elm Bt. FOR SALE C-room house, No. 3044 Swrsletown road. Apply on premises. FOR SALE 4-roo:n house. Xso. 4!m, behind Calumet dam, Inquire within bXUl SAL1 5-rooni house nnd barn. Apply at 3B3 Caledonia st x FOR HALE 5-roorn houso i-hcap7 545 Caledonia st. FOll SALE 3129 Tunnel sC FOR HALE Krx-roeim Iwuirlum st house, 1624 FOR HALE House No. 3133 Tunnel M., Swedetown. ' irSALEl .ril.-cla st. ". " FOR SALE House, No. 4083 Elm St., Yellow Jacket. VOn ttALE House, 1518 Hwa st f AT A B A M"B 9 AT A GLANCE i Boston. Mass. Dfnfi'tc rwnf CU (CCi O H I lUlll.i ITTWl Cltjuuu.w FOR flATE 8-room house. Apply I"4 Hep)', Rt. FOR SAIE 9-room house, 730 Water works st. FOR SALE Five-room house, til Al bion. X FOR SALE 12-room house, 1C02 Lau rium st. x FOR SALE House No. 457 CaledonU st.. Albion. FOR SALE 7-rooiu heiuse, 4087 Cono st. FOR RKNT 4 rooms. 11th and Pine sts. Apply 4,'iil COLLtQEO. MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES F. W. McNair, President Located In Lake Superior dis trict. Mines and mills accessible for college work. Kor Tear Book and Record of Graduates apply to President or Secretary, wni ir.UTriM MirumiM UNDERTAKERS AND M BALM E ft & J. BLOY UNDERTAKING LICENSED EMBALMER Pto 155 or 379 Cslumef, Michigan Undertakes Tarlors nt tho Old Stan Harper-Thomas Co. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Phone 14 Holman Bldg., Calumet, Mich. All calls attended to either day or night. We also handle fresh cut flow ere for any occasion. JEWELERS. Sturgis A. FAHLEN& CO. JEWELERS WATCH Rl PAIRING A SPECIALTY Complete Slock of first Gas Jewelry 407 Fifth St. :: Calumet 5 4 U CI o (i o (I o (J ) ft n o ii