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J' TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911. H
THE OALUMET NEWS.
PAQE THREE i
Hancock Department
MARK DOUBLE
ST. PATRICK'S GOLDEN JUBILEE
ALSO 25TH ANNIVERSARY
OF BUILDING OF
EDIFICE.
It la expected that preparatory stops
will be taken shortly by Father Atflcld.
pastor of St. Patrick's church, and
Members of the parish, towards tho ob
servance of the fiftieth anniversary of
the establishing of tho parish, which
occurred In August, 1861. Father At
Held has had the matter under person
al consideration for some tlmo past,
but other Important parish matters
such as tho holding of tho recent two
weeks mission Immediately following
Easter, and preparations for tho clos
ing exercises of tho school, the visit
,( Bishop Els, and Father Atfield's
duties ns an examiner of parochial
schools for the diocese, have prevented
the taking up heretofore of tho semi
tentennlal celebration arrangements.
A meeting of the debt paying socie
ty of St. Patrick's church has been
called to take place this evening, at
which reports will be presented of the
work done by the society since Its or
ganization several months ago. As
niost of the men of the parish arc com
prised In the membership of the society
:ind Its various committees, tho meet
ing tonight will afford a favorable op
portunity for taking up the annivers
ary matter, and It Is expected that the
subject will be broached at this ses
sion and1 Initial steps taken towards
holding suitable commemorative excr
tlscs. In addition to this year marking the
lialf centifry of the church's existence
it v.-"I also be the twenty-fifth anni
versary of tho present St. Patrick's
church edifice, tho corner stono of
which was laid In 188(5, and tho cere
monies will be adapted to tho occur
rence of the double anniversary.
Rev. T. J. Atfleld, pastor of St. Pat
rick's church' went to Calumet yester
day to Inspect tho parochial school of
the Sacred Heart church, In his capac
ity of school Inspector for tho diocese.
Commencement June 15,
The commencement exercises of St.
Patrick's school will take place on
Thursday evening, Juno 13, and will
be of a religious nature, held In the
thureh, with nn address to the stud
ents by Rev. Fr. D. M. Johnson of Chi
cago, who Is expected to be present.
The program for the commencement
Includes a reception by the Junior class
to the seniors. In the parish hall where
a banquet will also be served, and an
informal musical and literary program
furnished by the orchestra of the St.
Patrick's Literary and Social Institute.
A number of invitations will be sent
out by tho senior class for the exer
cises at the church, and for those to
whom Invitations are sent seats will
be reserved, but otherwise the church
will be open to the general public.
Class day exercises will be held In
the parish hall on the evening of June
14, where a program will be given by
the students, including a valedictory by
Alice Vincent, salutatory by James
Madigan and essays by other members
of the class.
The members of the graduating class
of 1911 consists of fourteen students,
comprising James Madigan, Francis T.
Murphy, J. Russell Conway, Alice Vin
cent. Alleen Canfleld, Lucy Sterk, Ro
sell Kerry, Mary Haschney, Anna Car
roll, Mary Crowley, Rose Whelnn. Mar
garet O'Neill, May Carroll and Fran
ces Belling.
SCOWS FOR CANAL WORK.
F.d Mitchell, of the htm of Powell &
'Mitchell, returned yesterday from
'Marquette with two p?mv.i nnd com
plete equipment for beginning active
work on his contract for repairing the
breakwater at the canal. One of the
ncows carries n derrick which will be
used for depositing tho stono at the
breakwater and Mr. Mitchell left for
the canal this morning to set It in
place. The other scow will be used for
loading stone nt the quarry at Agate
Harbor. The big scow to be used In
hauling rock from Agate Harbor to
the canal was launched yesterday by
Joseph Croze. It Is 102 feet long and
28 feet wide and Is equlpixd with a
Kiiai;o to fbe usd by the Inspector for
the war department engineers In
weighing- the -blocks of stone brought
from the quarry.
RETURNS TO ROCHESTER.
MfV Afn.i.liu Ttnrrr.lt mister ftf tl)0
Hancock Congregational church, left
yesterday afternoon to return to Ro
chester, IMInn., where he was operat
ed upon several weeks ago at the Ma
yo Brothers hospital for an affection
of the ear. Hli recovery from the ef
fects of tho operation was rapid and
be returned to Hancock nbout two
week agu apparently almost entirely
recovered. Sunday morning his con
dition becamo wor'C, but ho Insisted
upon conducting1 the morning service,
for which he had announced ft "Moth
cr'a day" sermon. The evening serv
ice, however, was omitted.
RIPLEY YOUTH DIES.
Albert Jingle, the seventeen-year-old
Pon of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ongle, Jr..
f'f Ripley, died last night of typhoid
fever, with which ho had been ill for
the past three weeks. The young man
was well liked by his numerous friends
In Ripley and Hancock, and besides his
parent Is survived by several brothers
nd sisters who deeply mourn his de-
COUNCIL FAVORS
AN IRON STACK
TO SIGN CONTRACT AT ONCE FOR
NINETY FOOT CHIMNEY TO
BE BUILT BY PORTAGE
LAKE BOILER CO.
A ninety fot high Iron smokestack,
forty Inches In diameter, was decided
upon yesterday by the council to be
erected on the No. 1 pumping station
In West Hancock In place of the pres
ent wornout stack. It will bo built by
the Portage Lake Roller Works at Rip
ley, and tho clerk and mayor were
Instructed to at once execute a con
tract for tho Bame. It was also or
dered that bids bo advertised for, for
the erection of the stack as soon us
possible.
Tho council und the board of public
works met yesterday afternoon in a
Joint special session to act on the
smoke Btack matter, tho condition of
tho old stack nt the pump house being
regarded as too dangerous to allow of
further delay. Two bids wero re
ceived, one for a stack of concrete,
submitted by tho Weber Concrete
Chimney company of Chicago, who
agreed to build a hundred foot stack
for $116.', or an 85 foot one for $1100.
The bid of the Portage Lake boiler
works for a ninety foot Iron stack was
$525, which It was voted to accept.
Engineer W. W. Stockly addressed
the council In favor of an Iron stack,
pointing out that the time may not be
far distant when It may bo necessary
to move the water station on the lake
front In order to avoid contamination
of the water, In which event a con
creto or brick stack would be a total
loss, as It could not be moved with the
rest of the structure. An Iron stack,
on tho other hand could be re-erected
wherever It might be desired to build
a new pumping station.
Mayor Dodgo concurred with the en
gineer regarding the possible necessity
of someday seeking a new Bource of
water supply and expressed tho belief
that the time would come when Han
cock will be obliged to go to Lake Su
perior as the danger of contamination
from seepage of sewage Into tho well
at the lake front Is growing more and
more Imminent as the number of
dwellings Increases on the properties
above the waterworks.
W. C Kauth, the new member of
the board of public works suggested
tho possibility of eliminating a smoke
stack by lntroducting tho "Induced
draft" system, which he said might be
economically installed, and by which
only a short stack a few feet In length
might be sufficient.
Several recommendations wero made
to tho council by the board of public
works, one of which was that the
health ofTlccr be Instructed to Investi
gate sanitary conditions In tho sec
ond Condon addition in West Han
cock. Another was that the sum of
$150 bo appropriated for the purpose
of making Improvements to tho No,
2 pumping station, including the plas
tering of the outside of the cistern.
This latter matter was referred to the
attorney to take up with the contrac
tor, Archie Vervllle, by whom the
pump house was erected. Other minor
recommendations were made but ac
tion was deferred until tho regular
council meeting on Wednesday even
Ing.
NEW OFFICERS ARE ELECTED
BY HANCOCK NAVAL RESERVES
C. W. MacDougall Chosen Junior Lieu
tenant and Joe Raymond En
sign. Battalion Commander
to be Elected May 22.
The election of division officers of
ft.o Hancock division of the Naval Re
serves held last evening, resulted In
tho choice of Charles W. Maedougall
as Junior lieutenant to succeed R. W.
Ranks, who has removed to lscanana,
nnd Joseph Raymond was elected en
sign to succeed to tho vacancy caused
t,v Mr. Macdougall's advancement. An
election for the same officers was held
ome time nco. but on account of a
technicality It was necessary to hold It
ntraln F. J. Prlbblo was last even
ing appointed to the post of signal of
flnnr
Tlic officers of the second battalion,
comprising the Hancock and Escanabn
.n..ii. m meet at the armory In
hall on Monday next. May
22, to elect a battalion commander to
,.r.r.rl If. S. Goodcll. Lieutenant Al-
ir.n s noes, who was elected to tho of
i.ie of months ago, finds that
business matters will be too pressing
this summer to permit of ms auena-
i. in the duties of battalion com
mander, nnd declined to qualify, nec
i.,,finr nnother election, ii is ex
pected that Captain Goodcll will be
elected to succeed Hansen, nr.u mu
iikr.iv accent.
rin the United States ship
Yantlr, training ship of tho second
battalion of tho Naval Reserves, win
.i, tn Toledo. Ohio, to ic ory
lit mm .i,
erhaulod. New boilers
will be Installed nnd a new gun deck
.....i k nut In The boilers are oiu
III " I'" - . , ,
. ......I of ha I nm the Shio
ones, insiao... ....
'was fitted out for the Polar expedition
for the relief of Oreeiey in "
are not of sufficient capacity ior me
. r the shin. About inieen
thousand dollar will be expended up
on the Yatitlc by lb navy depart
DtRNiUrS R1C0RD 0
5) YEARS ON IBt SI1CI
Her Engagement at Hancock Occurs in
tho Course of Her Seventh
Tour Through the
United State. ,
Dally as tho date for the appearance
In Hancock of Madame Sarah Hern
hard t draws nearer, Interest In the en
gagement of tho great French actress
grows more Intense and no theatrical
event ever announced In tho copper
country is occasioning so much com
ment und discussion as that which is
now receiving attention from the thea
tre attending public. Hancock and
Calumet are tho only copper country
iticB In which Hcrnhardt will appear,
but since it was announced sho was to
bo here, efforts have been made by oth
er upper peninsula towns to secure an
ngagement. She will come here from
Duluth direct and after playing the
two copper country theatres will leave
for Milwaukee. Lnrge delegations are
therefore expected from tho Iron coun
try towns, and from L'Anse, Baraga,
Chassell, the South Range and Ontona
gon, to accommodate whom Manager
Kerredgc is arranging with tho South
Shore nnd Copper Range to hold trains
until the conclusion of the perform
ance on tho evening of May 31.
It Is still undecided what play will
bo presented here, the selection of the
piece being left by Manager Kerredge
to a vote of tho theatregoers. Among
tho apparent favorites as Indicated by
local expressions of opinion, are L'Alg-
lon, "Joan of Arc," and "Camllle.V
Many prefer tho latter because it will
show Madame Hcrnhardt tho woman,
as well as Hcrnhardt the actress, her
costuming of theatter being extreme
ly ricn and nanusome, wnue in me ior-
nier two plays, she appears in boyish
garb. In the former she plays tho part
of a boy, which In the opinion of some
would not give so complete an idea of
the charm and capability of tho great
eetress as would a feminine role. Her
art Is so complete and her mastery of
emotions and expression so great that
no matter what character sho essays
to represent on her visit here, her
greatness as an artist will be evi
denced and her skill appreciated and
enjoyed notwithstanding tho unfnmll-
larity of most of the audience with the
tongue which Madame Hcrnhardt uses
as her medium of expression.
The seat sale for Madarno Hcrnhardt
will open at the Kerredge theatre on
Saturday, May 27, at 8 a. m., and or
ders for seats by mail will only be hon
ored when accompanied by tho price.
which will be $3, $2, and $1 for the
copper country engagement. Madame
Hcrnhardt plays under a guaranteo of
$2,000 for every performance, half of
which goes to the actress.
Fifty years have passed since Mme.
Hcrnhardt first acted on the stage.
That was In a biblical play presented
In tho Orandchampo Convent at Ver
sailles In honor of the Archbishop of
Paris. She was then a child of 12.
In 1860 sho entered the Tarls Con
servatoire. Two years later she was
admitted to the Comedlo Francaise,
and has since been continuously before
the public ns a professional actress.
As long ago as 1896, at a feto given
In her honor In Paris, she took tlmo to
review thegwork of nearly four decades
the playing of 112 parts, the creation of
38 new characters.
Hut In the 14 years that have rushed
upon her since then she has accom
plished ns much as In the preceding
number of years. Among her supreme
achievements slnco 1896 have been the
production of "La Samarltalne," of
"Hamlet," of "Sapho." of "Peleas and
Mellsande," of "Werther," of "La. Sor-
clere." of "La Vierge d'Avila," of "Los
Houffons," of her own play "Adrlenne
Lecouvreur," of "Le proces do Jeanne
d'Arc," in November 1909, of "La Bof
fa," "Lo Hols Saere," "Los Roma
nesques" and "Monna Vanna" in 1910
and finally during her present tour of
America "La Femme X," by Alexander
P.Isson nnd "Sister Hcatrlce," by Mau
rlco Maeterlinck.
It Is Interesting to noto that this Is
her seventh visit to the United States.
Her first our was In 18S0-81; her sec
ond In 1886-87; her third In 1891-93,
when she visited South America; her
fourth In 1896; her fifth In 1900-01
when she came with Constant Coque
lln: her sixth In 1905-06 under the
management of Mr. W. F. Connor to
whom we are Indebted for the present
tour.
44.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4. .
HANCOCK BRIEFS.
v
Dr. P. Schollcr, president of tho stato
board of optometrist examiners, re
turned yesterday from Muskegon,
whero ho attended a meeting of the
board to examine n number of candi
dates for certificates permitting them
to practice optometry. 1
The board of education will hold a
special meeting this evening to act on
the engagement of teachers and other
Important matters. It Is expected that
Superintendent LnRowc will submit
report of the trip made by the board
to Negaunee last week to Inspect the
new high school at that city.
Dr. Wllllann prodfeld has followed
the prevalent style and yesterday ap
peared minus the toeard which has al
ways adorned hl.i dignified counten
ance. The doctor says he, hasn't nec
essarily turned Democrat because he
has decided In favor of Chamj Clark's
views on a whisKcricss ns against a
whl.'fccred physiognomy.
The taking of the annual school cen
sus of Hancock will be commenced to
ment, and with the Improvements to be
made at Toledo, together with the nl
teratlons made at Sturgeon Ray a year
ago Inst winter, the ship will b prne
tlcally as good as when first launched
In 187. . , 1 ,
morrow by tho four enumerators ap
pointed by the school board ut its last
meeting, j. Those who will take the
census are: First ward, Eldrcd WJvell;
second, Jay Coon; third, Ernest Ko
tlla and fourth, Howard IYlmodlg.
C. D. Hanchette has returned from a
brief visit to Marquette on business.
Twin calves were born recently to a
cow owned by Ferdinand Hauck of
West Hancock, making tho third set of
twins In this particular cows family in
tho past three years.
Miss Mattle Fuller left yesterday af
ternoon for a visit to Chicago.
Mrs. John :M. Wagner and daughter
will leave today for Mudlavla, Ind.
I). J. iMloran of Sault Ste. Marie and
F. I. Grissnnan of Flint arrived at
Houghton yesterday for the purpose of
trying to interest local Investors In
tho Saginaw Cold and Platinum
Dredning company, which proioses to
dredge for gold at Nome, Alaska.
A social meeting will 4h held at the
home of 'Mrs. I I Hubbard tomorrow
by tho Woman's Guild of Trinity Epis
copal church. ' ' - ' CLS31H
Knltchi Han, tho Japanese student
of the Mining school who was ex
pected to ilay on the "Double II" team
left yesterday for Chicago to .Join the
Wascdu. Japanese university Ibasoball
team with which Knltchi Han former
ly played whllo In Japan.
Tho Epworth League of Grace Meth
odist Kplwopnl church still retains the
lead In the attendance contest with
the members of the Hancock M. E.
church Epworth league. The total for
the three weeks that the contest 'has
been In progress has been 2S2 for
Houghton and 240 for Hancock. There
nre to bo threo more meetings before
tho contest closes.
Governor plalstcd of Maine has call
ed a special election to be held In Sep
tember to determine whether tho Dav
les direct 'primary and corrupt prac
tices act shall become a law.
NOTICE.
Hermina Mining Company, Limited.
(No Personal Liability.)
Public notice Is hereby given by the
Hermina Mining Company, Limited
(No Personal Liability), that certain
hereinafter mentioned shares In the
said Company have been declared In
default for non-payment of call, or as
sessment, after sixty days' notice and
demand of payment thereof, and that
the number of Bharo certificates In re
spect to such shares, and tho number
of shares', and tho amount of
tho call or assessment, due In
respect thereto, is as hereinafter
t'et forth; and that such shares or
such portion thereof as shall suffico to
pay such call, or assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising, will be
offered for sale by public auction for
cash to tho highest bidder at the Com
pany's Office, in tho Hermann Black,
at Calumet, Houghton County, and
State of Mlchfgan, on tho 6th day of
Juno A. D., 1911, at tho hour of ten
o'clock in the forenoon, unless tho
amount due- and owing in respect
thereof be sooner paid, tho said shares
so in default and so to bo offered for
sale, being as followsthat Is to say:
No. of No. of Amt.
Cert. .Name Shares Due.
2S32 Emil Anderson 30 1.00
849 Athens Anegone 2 1.2
1144 Doniso Anegone 15 .7
C230 Donise Anegone 35
1524 Nets Anderson 25
1340 Jos. T. Arsenan 100
3119 Gust Anegono 25
5160 Gust Anegone 10
1.7
1.2
0.00
1
.50
.50
2.00
0.00
.50
4085 Gust Anegono 10
3973 Thos. R. Allen 00
3209 Geo. Adda 100
602 Andrew Anderson .... 10
3311 Nels Backstrom 00
2.50
1.00
1.00
0.00
86 Nels Backstrom 20
3613 Nels Backstrom 30
4003 Nels Backstrom 100
2796 Frank Bernarskl ..... 25
1
3166 Frank Bernarskl 6
.30
2823 Bergcr Berner 100
3771 Berger Berner 00
3819 Bergcr Berner 100
0.00
2.00
0.O0
607 Treflo Beilhumeur .... 100
60S Trcfio Beilhumeur .... 100
184 Julius Berg 100
5.00
0.00
0.00
.00
1332 Julius Berg 10
675 Millard B. Bush 25
20 Harry Prilling 13714
1.
6.87
3069 Harry Prilling 46
1168 A. C. Barclay 25
2.30
1.2
1.2
1919 A. C. Barclay 25
1378 Paschal Barsantl 10
1379 Attlllo Botologl 25
.00
1.25
1424 Bernard Hrocco .,
100
25
73
100
10
' 13
10
5.00
1492 John Bracco
K20 Jesse Butler
1652 Jesse Butler
1682 Johan Berg
4034 Alex Barltonl ....
3723 L. M. Burdlck ....
1.2
3.7
5.00
.00
.75
.50
3792 R. C. Bloedel 25
3303 R, C. Bloedel 23
3P58 Theresa Brause 23
S077 'Fred E. Brown ,, 8
3183 F. H. Bailey 25
3186 F. H. Bailey 25
3216 Ben. P.ertasso 00
4093 Alex . Baratona 00
4109 John Brey 200
1
1.25
1.25
.40
1.2
1.25
2.00
2.50
10.00
3338 Jas. Chynoweth
1906 Edw. Carter
68 Olans Christiansen ....
1230 M. A. Coon
00
100
2.60
5.00
36 1.82
10 .50
1267 M. A. Coon 10 .50
2143 M. A. Coon 10 .50
3748 M. A. Coon 20 1.00
1270 F. L. Coata 5 .2
1296 F. I Coats 5 .2
2041 F. L. Coats 20 1.00
3741 F. U Coats 20 1.00
1421 E. J. Crosell 100 5.00
8787 E. J. Crosell 70 3.50
3795 E. J. Crosell 30 I E
1617 Mrs. Peter Curto 25 1.2
1632 O. Cacclaquldl 50 2.50
2348 Anna M. Carpenter.... 3 .15
2373 F. M. Carpenter 10 .50
3698 Hugh Cameron 3 160
3109 Hugh Cameron 20 1.00
J359 S. C. Chynoweth 60 2.50
2830 Aug. Dunstan 10 .60
70S Mrs. Anna Dahl 23 1.2
1095 Mrs. N. O. Drake 10 .50
1154 Paul Dahl 60 2.60
1155 Taul Dahl 50 2.50
3667 Taul Dahl 10 .80
SS34 Adam Dandyon SO 1.00
.0
.50
2.00
0.00
1.25
5.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
10.00
10.00
1.23
25
1.00
.50
2.50
1.00
o.oo
091 Frank Eilola
T.92 Frank Eilola
4001 Frank Eilola
3327 Win. Fisher
3613 Wm. Fisher
100
100
100
200
200
087 Cotkib Feurer 23
1526 Mrs. A. C. Flones.... 5
103 Homer Forest 20
1005 Mrs. Jas. Foiden 5
1229 E. F. Foster, Jr
2052 Wm. L. Foster
2136 John E. Frostad
3168 John E. Frostad
3923 Wm. J. Ford
10
50
30
100
15
3226 Lillian A. Fulton 15
789 Lucllo Gallaserl 10
.50
.13
1.00
.50
2.50
1.25
2.50
2.50
1.23
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.25
2.50
5.00
2.50
2.50
1.25
1.25
1.25
4.00
3.75
5.00
.00
.50
3074 Lucllo Gallaserl 3
4 Helen H. Gilbert 20
1574 O. H. Gilbert 10
072 Geo. Gumlcrson 00
073 Geo. Gundcrson 25
012 Nels Gundcrson ...... 00
013 Nels Gundcrson 00
014 Nels Gundcrson 25
3886 Nels Gunderson 00
015 Rikku Gundcrson 00
016 Rlkka Gunderson 00
286 F. W. Gustafson 25
1610 Martin Gustafson .... 00
1689 Martin Gustafson .... 100
4097 Martin Gustafson 00
440 Antoine Gariepy 00
209 Fred Goodsolo 25
210 Fred Goodsolo 25
749 Joseph Gaberson 25
177 Martin Gunderson 80
719 HJalmar Gottass 75
375 O." p. Grambo 100
377 (. 1'. Grambo 10
2343 O. P. Grambo 10
178 Ludvlg Gunderson .... 15
1403 T. Gianmugnanl 10
1608 John Grlndattl 0
1610 Frank Gallettl 25
1.25
1.37
0.00
1.00
2.00
2.50
3.25
3.00
5.00
2.00
0.00
1.23
.50
1.25
.00
.50
2718 Anton Grlmstad 27'
2715 Anton Grlmstad 100
2713 John Gronley 20
3727 John Gronley 00
3733 John Gronley 00
3774 John Gronley 65
3707 M unlock Grant 60
3873 Mrs. Isabelle Gipp.... 100
3007 Laura Gummerus .... 00
3202 Chris 11. Cribble 100
1175 Arvid Hanula 25
1228 B. C. Hill. 10
1483 Chas. U. Hansen 25
1685 Henry Hendrlckson .. 10
1697 Henry Hendrlckson .. 10
1993 Teter J. Honka 20
2034 Teter J. Honka 30
3744 Harcort Hughson .... 30
3751 Ralph D. Hill 10
3S30 Mrs. C. Hendrlckson. . 10
2S9S Ralph Harris 8
3070 Woodland Derlnjtr ... 12
3169 Alex. Dandyon 10
3323 Alex. Dandyon 40
4052 E. U. Dusenbury 100
673 John Embola 25
690 Frank Eilola 100
1.00
1.00
1.50
.00
.50
.40
.50
0.00
.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
6.00
2.00
0.00
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.00
2.50
2.25
2.25
5.00
5.00
2.50
2.50
5.00
.75
5.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.00
1.25
6.00
2.00
2.00
2.50
3083 Saml. Hocking 10
3008 Aruthr J. Holden 100
3267 Arthur J. Holden 10
3268 Arthur J. Holden 100
3272 Arthur J. Holden 100
3304 Arthur J. Holden 100
7 Arthur J. Holden 100
3248 Win. T. Holden 100
49 Wm. T. Holden 00
3328 Wm. T. Holden
100
3352 Jonas Helander ....
1302 John Haalaja
2761 John Haalaja
2952 Mrs. M. Huddleston.
20
50
45
45
393 Carl Hendrlckson ...
315 Mrs. E. Hoffman
S16 Mrs. E. Hoffman....
071 Olo J. Hogansen 100
174 Wm.
11.
11.
11.
M.
R.
Hoskltuj 100
Hosklng 00
1249 Wm.
257 Wm.
068 Mrs.
306 Mrs.
Hosking 00
Hoglcnson.... 100
Hendrikscn... 15
622 Mrs. Jano Hall 100
070 Johanna Hogensen ... 00
066 Olo P. Hogensen CO
067 Grlndon Hogensen .... 60
6s3 Andrew Hansen 20
4019 Miss C. A. Holden.... 23
3S6 Chas. Johnson 100
387 Chas. Johnson 00
358 Chas. Johnson 00
359 Chas. Johnson 00
3598 Mary E. Jennlson 15
.75
2.50
1.25
6.00
2.50
1.25
1.25
1.25
2.50
2.50
.00
.00
3.75
1.00
1.75
1.25
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3.25
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1.00
2.50
2.50
2.25
1.25
1.23
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2.00
6.00
5.00
1.00
1.25
1.25
1.23
6.00
11.00
1.23
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2.00
1.00
5.00
1.00
2.75
n 03
2.00
5.00
2.50
.50
1.25
628 John T. Johnson 00
642 Elias Jorgensen 25
853 Michael Johnson 100
605 Harvey Johnson ...... 00
606 Harvey Johnson .25
352 Chris. Jorgensen ..... 25
353 Chris. Jorgensen 25
082 fS. O. Jensen 00
2141 G. O. Jensen ......... 00
1448 Arthur Jarvl 10
1698 Arthur Jarvl 10
3999 Adam Juckno 75
3220 Herman Johnson 20
2737 Matt Kastamo , 35
2945 Jos. Kemp 25
3986 Jos. Kemp 10
3362 Jos. Kemp 65
3576 Lempi Koskela - 10
3604 Marcus Kozar 30
737 Olo Kraft 00
715 Julius Kraft CO
684 Henry Koppola 43
4063 Teter Kortenelml 25
4066 Peter Kortenelml 23
4067 Peter Kortenelml 5
406S Peter Kortenelml 10
4069 Peter Kortenelml ..... 60
402 Sllvo Kliveland 100
403 Sllvo Kliveland 100
4070 Mrs. Anna Kortemena ..20
095 Chas. Kukka 25
1805 Chas. Kukka 25
354 Chris. N. Kroug 25
664 E. S. Kempton 100
1329 W. C. Kinsman 220
2875 W. C. Kinsman 25
3116 W. C. Kinsman
1336 T. J. King
2107 Anton Kowaskl
3288 Jno, Kllnowinko ......
3326 Jno. Kllnowinko ......
2724 Lclzcr Klein
5
00
20
100
20
05
43
60
2725 Lclzer
2971 Lclzer
4049 Lclzer
4030 Lclzer
Klein
Klein
Klein 100
Klein 00
3S51 Andrew T. Kennedy...
365 Andrew D. Kennedy...
3134 Dr. C. Kachelmaeher..
3133 Dr. C. Kachelmaeher..
3136 Dr. C. Kachelmaeher..
3137 Dr. C. Kachelmaeher..
3138 Dr. C. Kachelmaeher,.
3187 Dr C Kachelmaeher..
3188 Dr. C. Kachelmaeher..
10
25
10
10
10
10
10
15
10
4053 Matt F. Kobe 100
S22 II. L Lean, Sr 109
S23 J I. 11 Lean 100
824 11. E. Lean 100
SJ5 II. E. Ieun 100
826 11. E. Lean 100
827 11. E. Lean 100
828 11. E. Loan 100
t29 If. E. Lean 100
820 II. E. Lean 100
4US6 II. E. Lean 150
4087 11. E. Lean 00
40X8 J I. V.. Lean 200
40S9 11. E. Lean 100
4:0 H. E. Loan fcO
1928 Simeon Laferrio 10
2742 Mrs. Mary Lean 25
2510 Dwight W. Lantz 10
2511 Mainlu E. Iintz 10
0.00
0.00
6.C0
5.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
5.00
7.00
2.50
10.00
0.00
4.00
.50
1.25
.50
.50
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2.50
1.50
1.25
1.25
1.00
0.00
1.25
1.25
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5.00
0.00
0.00
1.25
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1.00
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1.23
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1.50
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2.75
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1.23
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2.50
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2.50
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.73
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1.25
1.25
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.05
1'SG J Henry Irorey
126 Jos. Loefler ....... c
127 Jos. Loefler ,
167 Jos. Loetkr ,
1130 Peter Lahty ,
1258 Mrs. E. V. Lutey....
1080 Nels Larson
10
00
30
244 Jacob
315 Jacob
346 Jacob
1174 Jacob
312 11. E.
313 11. E.
0S3 Peter
2758 Peter
Link 100
25
Link 1 25
Link 100
Lean, Jr 100
Lean, Jr 100
O. Lahtl 100
O. Lahtl 23
717 Henry Larson
1933 Henry Larson
.... 40
.... 10
0S0 Andrew Lepanen ..
1338 F. 11. Lantz
1339 F. H. Lantz
1197 Stanlslaw Lalondo
15G5 Jacob Luoma ....
15U0 Vogel Lendonl ...
1591 Llngl Ltncionl ...
1592 Natallna Lencionl
1676 Frit.of Llndven ..
2217 R. J. Liddicoat...
2346 Parker J. Lewis...
231'J Lottio Lewis
2070 Dan Leksell
20
13
15
20
30
10
100
3
8
20
2G92 Dan Leksell 25
3S35 Miss Annio Link 20
3S69 John Lewis 75
3952 A. L. Llnnimann 10
3012 Jas. Letcher 25
2292 Jas. Letcher 25
3318 Adeline Locatelli
3576 Louis Langlois
3776 J. A. Minnear & Co...
3779 J. A. Minnear & Co...
91 J. A. Minnear & Co...
3S12
3S37
3025
3027
3028
3269
3293
3294
334S
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A. Minnear &. Co...
A. Minnear & Co...
A. Minnear & Co...
A. Minnear & Co...
A. Minnear & Co...
A. Minnear & Co...
A. Minnear & Co...
A. Minnear & Co...
3349 J. A. Minnear & Co...
3350 J. A. Minnear & Co...
3356 J. A, Minnear & Co....
402S J. A. Minnear & Co...
4039 J. A. Minnear & Co..
4091 J. A. Minnear & Co...
4092 J. A. Minnear & Co...,
1911 Mrs. Emma Martin...
2730 Mrs. Emma Martin...
2736 Chas. Malmquist .....
2746 Edward Miller
15
30
60
2939 Arnold W. Miller 03
2940 Arnold W. Miller 43
3533 Stephen Moylo , 00
3599 Stephen Moylo 25
3737 Stephen Moylo 130
3742 Stephen Moylo 15
3754 Stephen Moyle 10
3142 Stephen Moylo 130
3157 Stephen Moyle 100
2158 Stephen Moyle ...
3::77 Stephen Moylo ..,
3378 Stephen Moylo ...
20
400
100
25
00
10
25
10
50
100
33
2098 Hiram Mooro
1337 D. II. Mldyetto
1461 Mary Moncur
3947 Satlno Michelino .....
1429 Lorenzo Michelino ....
1454 Cuslmiso Mugnani ....
1523 Fred Marymont
353 iFrcd Marymont ......
1556 Geo. S. Mahoney
1598 Eugene Michelinl ....
2009 E. W. Mitchell
10
15
100
110
100
3C63 E.
3799 E.
3067 E.
4002 E.
XT.
W.
W.
W.
Mitchell
Mitchell
Mitchell 100
Mitchell 100
3059 Paoll MUanl ...
26
3S46 C. L. Meyette.
3S48 Geo. Michela ..
3991 Susio Morrison
2006 Geo, Malbouf .
3123 Geo,
3121 Geo.
Malbouf
Michela
20
3310 Wm.
3311 Wm.
3312 Wm.
F. Mil ford 25
F.
F.
Milford 25
Milford 25
Milford 23
Milford 00
Milford 00
13 Wm.
F.
3314 Wm.
F.
F.
13 Wm.
4071 Miko Mirlo 00
1555 M. A. & B. A. Mahoney. 40
2946 Anna S. McLean 23
48 Ross McLennan 73
3570 Ross McLennan 13
2420 Murdock L. McLennan 100
i2 Jennie McLennan .... 25
3008 Ijena McLennan ....... 93
3596 Mrs. John McRao 5
49 Mrs. Mary McDonald.
100
100
100
00 Mrs. Mary McDonald.
01 Mrs. Mary McDonald.
45 Miss Annio McDonald.
46 Miss Annio McDonald.
243 John C. McCulloch. ...
00
00
00
10
15
25
25
1545 J. B. McMurray ......
1638 J. H. McMurray
3S18 Adam McCormick ....
942 John Neal
857 Miss Emma Nelson....
10O
OSS John L. Norum
37 i
70
1037 John L. Norum
2103 John L. Norum
650 Nels Nelson
3950 Peter Nutine, Jr
339 Peter Nutine, Sr
229 II. W. Nikkala
2897 Frank Novnkoskl ....
1563 John Nelson
1030 Mrs. Ii ura Norum....
2117 Mrs. Ole Nelson
14
23
60
40
10
10
2402 Margaret Nolan ...... 10
2678 Lawrence Nelson 100
3568 Iiawrencc Nelson 20
8977 John A. Neal 25
.00
.00
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.50
3090 C. V. Nystlc ,
3223 Nels E. Nelson...
2960 T. r. Otis
3788 T. T. Otis
60
23
100
100
.50
.75
.50
2959 Norman D. Otis
6S4 Hans Olson
150 Ole Olson
60
60
6.00
6.00
171 Wm. Olson 25
652 Inffvahl Jl. Olson.. 10
12S7 FelJacliia Ocotto 10
24ti: Mathew Osborn 100
3732 Jane Osborne 100
3118 Olo II. Olson 15
66 John T. 1'Jper 13
430 Mary f). Peterson 5
Cxi Chas. M. Peterson 25
6S2 Ms. Murta Petterson.. 10
20t C. H. Pcderscn 60
210 Isaac J. Pietl 15
1213 J-Yung W .Peterson.... 25
1202 JtulTolla Paoll 00
1310 Paoline Bisanl 00
1428 Celectino Paslni 00
1453 Gabrlcllo Pisani 25
2345 Geo. W. Potter 10
2347 Magglo E. potter 3
2074 Jas. B. Patterson 20
2702 Jas. B. Patterson...... 15
s 17 David l'oulin 25
3S23 Mrs. Annio Pedlcr:... 25
S906 Wm. J. Pascoo
25
145
100
909 Win. J. I'ascoe .'. .
3227 John Piattl
2506 Wm. S. Paddock 25
4010 Win. S. Paddock 25
2274 Wm. I'uscoo 25
4110 Apostlo iTotogero .... 00
710 S. Romsdahl 100
711 S.
712 S.
714 S.
Romsdahl 100
Romsdahl 100
Romsdahl 83 ,
Uomsilahl 40
Romsilahl 0
II. Rittmlllcr 10
2520 S.
3159 S.
2713 G.
277S Joseph Rotli 10
79 Joseph Roth 10
77 Joseph Roth 10
,0 Joseph Roth 10
81 Joseph Roth ., 10
2994 Joseph Roth 20
3044 Joseph Roth , 20
2944 Fred Rosencrans .... 23
2992 Eugcno Rosencrans .. 25
2995 Helena Roth 00
3013 Helena Roth 15
3594 Sarah D. Renwick 20
1371 Maugus Romsdahl .... 150
725 Mildred Romsdahl .... G
733 Olga L. Romsdahl..... 5
734 E. S. T. Romsdahl..., 5
757 Edward Reglner 150
75S Edward Regkier 100
760 Edward Rcginer 100
701 Edward lteginer 100
736 Leif Romsdahl , 5
732 Mrs. A. Romsdahl .... 1
250 I N. Rirhards 20
1021 Henry S. Rudlo 00
1018 Jennie Roudio 25
1327 M.
2213 M.
2753 M.
2755 M.
RuTsvold
Rufsvold
00
00
00
60
23
23
10
10
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1455 Charles Roccki .,
14K7 Joseph Ricci
2093 Mrs. E. M. Richards..,
3S20 Mrs. Louiso Rondy....
3305 Joseph Relt
3350 Amelgo Santorl
2721 Frank Sterk
3330 Anton Sterk
774 L. & P. Siverson.
100
15
60
127G L. & P. Siverson..... 40
427 Donald Shannon 50
x S71 Wan. J. Silver 100
207 Mrs. H. Skrogstad. .. . 20
1.23
75
1.50
2.50
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775 Mrs. Iena Siverson..
776 John Simonson
744 Christ Sather w
193 Mathlas Skrogstad ...
194 Mrs. .M. Skrogstad....
CO
50
23
60
50
2.50
1.2
7.50
20S Hans Skrogstad 00
399S Hans Skrogstad 30
807 I. J. Strom 100
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0.00
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806 I. J. Strom 100
1093 Jog. Sontarsiero 100
10CO Jos. Sontarsier 60
1915 Jos. Sontarsiero ...... 10
2CS6 Jos. Sontarsiero 40
"Z Jos. Sontarsiero
22 Jos. Sontarsiero
30
70
10
10
8
6
10
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1097 E.
1527 E.
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M. Strayer
M. Strayer
M. Strayer
M. Strayer
M. Strayer
2042 E.
2051 E.
3772 E.
1126 Palmer Santroen .....
1125 Peter Santroen
1208 Jno. & Annio Salmon.
1434 Jno. & Annio Salmon.
1411 Vincent Schneider ....
1548 E. A. Sheridan ,
2109 A. F. Smith
3009 Verner Savoncn
3S5S lYank Suino
3S9fyWm. Stephens
3114 Daniel Skcwcs
3229 John Sandrctto
2S09 Joseph Trudcll
2833 Joseph Trudcll
2S20 Joseph Trudcll
2S28 John Tamuliewicz ...
2S04 Mrs. C. Taylor :
820 Flora Taylor
2401 Flora Taylor
2228 Mary A. Taylor
1476 Mrs. C. Tobin
299 Samuel Uittl
13X9 Olnf Ulseth
1506 Olaf Ulseth m
2S7 Joseph Vertln
1379 Mrs. M. Vincent
1431 Mrs. M. Vincent
3232 Mrs. Kato Vertln
3233 Mrs. Kate Vertln
2943 Frederic Wieland ..
597(5 Frederic Wieland
3S38 John Winsjansen ....
280 Theresa Welslng ......
279 Theresa Welsing
2S1 Mrs. Mary Welsing.....
282 Ida' Welsing ,
2S3 Ida Welsing
12S4 lYank Wodozak
2339 Edith Winter
2540 Edith Winter
2511 Edith Winter
3073 Edith Winter
50 2.50
50 2.50
20 1.00
15 .75
20 1.00
75 8.75
25 1.25
10O 6.00
30 1.50
70 3.60
20 1.00
25 1.26
30 1.50
25 1.25
12Vi' -2
25 1.25
15 .75
2S 1.25
25 1.25
13714 6.87
20 1.00
70 8.60
00 2.50
50 t.60
25 1.25
25 1.26
23 1.25
25 1.35
25 1.25
25 1.25
25 1.25
25 1.25
10 .50
B .25
5 .25
3 .10
4 . .29
23 1,25
10 .60
20 1.00
30 1.50
25 1.25
100 8.00
100 5.00
10 .SO
100 6.00
10 .50
share or
5.00
1.87
3.50
1.
1.
3706 Gttdfrid 15. Wold
.60
1.25
2.50
2.00
.00
1.23
'.50
1.00
5.00
1.00
1.23
2.50
1.23
6.00
5.00
2.50
1.23
2.50
1.25
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3872 Gndfrtd 15. Wold
3978 Mrs. Kate Wilde
3013 Mrs. Kato Wilde
5SS3 Mrs. II. Wold
3931 Jas. H. Williams
3943 Jas. II. Williams
3951 Chas. W. Whlto
511 Peter Tolma
202 4 Martin Zgorecho ,
should tho price of the
shares so sold exceed the amount due
with Interest and cost of advertising,
any such excess shall be la.& to .the
defaulting shareholder.
Dated at Calumet, Houghton Co.,
Michigan. April 29th. 1911.
LUCAS HERMANN". i
Secretary. .
Hermina Mining Co., Limited
(No Personal LlaMiUri
.50
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1.0(1
.73
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1.23
1.23
7.25
5.00
1.25
1.25
1.25
2.0O
6.00
6.00
6.00
4.17
2.00
4.00
.50
.50
.00
.50
.60
.50
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.25
2.50
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1.00
7.50
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.25
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7.50
6.00
6.00
6.00
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1.00
C.50
1.25
2.00
2.50
2.50
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1.25
1.23
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1.25
1.25
6.00
.75
.50
2.00
2.50
6.00
1.00
2.50
2.50
1.2S
2.50
2.00
2.60
1.50
6.00
6.00
6.00
2.60
.50
2.00
1.50
3.50
.50
.00
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.69
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