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TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1?n.
PACE SIX. fHE CALUMET NEWS. t MARKETS Ronton The decision of the Supreme Court apparently broke the Ice and re lieved the tension that has been caus ing the dullness in the stock market. The opinion was favorably received and will do much to create confidence In the welfare of our Industries. i,r.,t.i, h.. th ,nrv, broad tind active with speculation gradually Increasing. Stocks are scarce urd returning confidence will certainly chuso a higher level of prices. We ad vise buying the Standard stocks for a good rally. Foster of Paine, Webber & Co. Hoslon Very seldom In the history of the Mrcct !ih such a complete turn aibont In Menilment taken place as oc curred today. A proper realization of the rfcopt nnd Importance of the Standard Oil decision was apparent to almost every one at the opening. A big buying movement 'began In the general list and continued all day. Commission house selling was a fea ture, also short covering but buying by Important Interests was the main feature. There H no question what ever but capital feels more cheerful nnd optimistic than at any tlmo In two years. This moan expansion of en terprise and business and n 'boom Jn stocks. The movement has only be gun. I. J. Sturgls. BOSTON STOCKS. (Paine, Webber & Co.) Did. Amalgamated 61 Adventure 5i Asked. 64 32 IVi 4 6 17 13 Allouez 31 Algomah "U Arcadian 3Vi Atlantic Ariz. Commercial 17 Iloston C'orbin 13 U I'.utte & Halak 5 Coalition lS's Copper Range 60 Cal. & Arizona 51 Cal. & Ilecla 411P.id Centennial ll'.i Chino 24'a Daly West GUUid f.ov3 5i, 12H East lliitte 11 a 11 10 6'i 33 6 24 1 13 9 13 fi',2 2 1 ' 3 Us 4 6 20 2',i l-'ra nklin 10 iiroux 6 Oranby 33'3 Orccne Cananea 6'j Hancock 23 Helvetia 1 Indiana l-'i Inspiration S Isle Koyalo 14 Kerr Lake 6 Keweenaw 2'i Lake Sl'.i La Salle S'i Mass 5 Miami 19 Michigan 2 Mohawk 40l'.id Nevada Cons 18 North I'.utte 23i Nlplswing 10 North Lake 6U old Dominion 42 Osceola 100 Ojibway 6 Quincy GS Iay Consolidated 17 Sup. & Iloston c 514 l'.Vt 2!V&' 1 7 42Vi 105 6 70 17 5 10a 19 U 33Vi 3S 13'.i IVi IVi 110 Shannon Fhattuck Sup. & Pittsburg SuiN-rlor Tamarack Vtah Cons Victoria "Winona Wyandotte Wolverine ...... . lou . 18 . 14 l 32 . 35 ' . 11 . 1 7 . l'i .107a NEW YORK STOCKS. (Gay & Sturgis.) Ofs. Close Amalgamated C3 64 American Car 53 54 Atchison 111 111 Anaconda 37'4 37 nnr. Locomotive 3S'i 3 Smelters 76 77 Sugar HSU 119 D. R. St T 79 0; 15. o lO.-.li lOfPi & O SI 82 K. Erie 32 33 fit. Nor. Pfd 127 128 Con. in 14.V,i 145i L. & N H6Vi 147 C I. & 1 30 4 31 Mo. prfl 49 T.O Northern Pacific 120 127'i pcnr.n 121 121 PeopN-s Oas 105 lO.'.'Vi r.eadlng 156 Va 15 Jock Island 30 30 St. Paul 121 122 Union Purine 179 MV4 Tfnn. Copper 30'a 37' Southern Pacific 115i 117 Sfcl Common 77 7S Ste Pfd 119 119S. Willi, pfd 37 Amcr. PlK.n? 14H 1IS UNLISTED RTCKt. J. A. M.Irnear V Co., say today: The restraining Influence of uncer tain ?lecMons is a thing of the past The announcement by th auprem court In the KtnndaM Oil case, un favorable as It wn. to that company, va ev n more favorable to the nnr ket. Tli volum it orders srnt to Londoq was ampin vldew? that no reri'Mi break In prices oull octair. on th contrary higher price ru'ed In the foreign exchange nnd New York X rices opened up more than a fiint nbovo yesterday's close and final quo tations shewed further sub"tantlsl gains throuTfiout the list F-ift'-m sentiment today ruled distinctly bn!l Ish and optimistic on the future of th REAL ESTATE LOANS NO PET AY. FAUCETT BROS. A. CUCK. Established 1852, Synopsis of the Game Laws of the State A synopsis f the principal jrivi Ions of the revised Michigan game All 8omv 01 nicn rv ...... . been made. The deer season opens Oct. IS and closes Nov. 30. The part ridge season runs from Oct. 15 to Nov. 30. Six partridge only may be taken In one day, and but 50 In one calendar year. The spring duck shooting season Is from March 2 to April 10. Non-residents may take one deer 'license $25) and one day's lawful kill of any game birds (license $10). The fish laws are materially unchanged. The synopsis follows: Game Animals. Deer Open season from October 15 to November 30, Inclusive. Non resident hunter's license, $150; resi dent hunter's license, $25. Each license expires 25 days after date of Issue. Un lawful for any person to kill more than two. Unlawful to WH in red coat, or fawn In spotted coat. Unlawful to pur. j sue, kill or capture any deer while it Is In the water. Unlawful to use dogs In hunting. Unlawful to use artificial lights In hunting. Unlawful to kill, un til 1912, In Arenac. Ilcnzie. Cheboygan, Emmet, and Leelanau counties. Rabbits Open season from October 15 to March 1, Inclusive. Unlawful to use ferrets or Guinea pigs In hunt ing. Farmers and fruit growers may use ferrets in killing rabbits on their enclosed lands. Squirrel Unlawful to hunt fox, Mack or gray until 1914. Fur-Bearing Animals. Heaver Unlawful to kill until" Jan uary 1, 1913. Pear, Otter, Fisher. Marten, Fox, Mink, Raccoon and Skunk Unlawful to take, trap or kill from April 1 to November 1. , Muskrat Unlawful to take, trap or kill from April 15 to November 1. Muskrat or Heaver Houses Unlaw ful to destroy, disturb or molest at any time, or set any trap within six feet of a muskrat house. Unlawful to set or put up any muskrat traps market. Copper share.? so Ions Inac tive started out with a rush and In practically every Issue was there a gool advance allow n. North Butte showed excellent buying with n gain of almost two points. Lake also was well tnl;cn. Calumet & Arl7na scor ed a two-joint ndvnnce an 1 fo ruled the whole list. Curb Issue were like wise active with the buying of Inspir ation a distinct feature. South Lake, Koperl'-r & Ilo-ton and Algomah all look attractive miong the lower pric ed issues. (J. A. Mlnnear 61 Co.) Bid. Asked. Algomah Arizona & Michigan Ahmet k Putte Italk Dohcmia Chemung Chief Cons Col. Cons Cortex Chino Calumet Corbln . .10 ,160 .15 165 , 5 2 7ax 1 .34 1 24 .20 5 3 1 .37 Calumet & Montana 25 Corbln Copper 3 Cactus 10 Denn Ariz Z Fairview 33I5id .15 (Joldflcld Cons C C c 87 24 13 9 2 6 3 K'i 2 19 20 1 .30 2 6 10 6 18 1 19 .30 .13 r. 14 .10 6 6 tJrecne Cananea 6 Homestake 84 Hancock 23 Indiana 12 Inspiration 8 Keweenaw 2 Kerr Lake 6 La Rose 4 Iake Copper 34 ' L. S. & A 2 Live Oak IS Miami 19 Montana Clinton 17ax National .20 New Keystone 2' New Haltlc C Nlplssing 10 Ojibway 6 Oneco 1 Ray Consolidated 17 Ray Central 1 Shattuck mi Santa Rosalia 25 Sup. & Globe .10 Sup. & Iloston 0 Superior At Pittsburg 14 South Columbus South Lake .... .07 5 G 1 .04ax .05a x Tonopah , Warrior Yuma PORCUPINE STOCKS. J. A. Minnear & Co. Pearl Luke 54 Hollingcr 11 i Porcupine Gold C4 .!S 12 .CG .58 .7d .60 .40 .25 Swastika .54 Porcupine Central 72 Dome Extension 58 Preston 37 Crown 55ax Imperial 20 SHE BROKE THE RECORD. Girl Athlete Sets New Mark in Pole Vaulting Contest. Palnesvlllo, O., May 16. The Feat of Ruth Spencer of Mansfield. O., at the Lake Erie college track meet yes terday, when she cleared the wire at five fret, four inches, in a pole vault Ing contest, It developed today, broke the world's Intercollegiate woman's Af vaulting record. Miss Spencer al so won the standing high Jump at four ft. MAY GET WORLD'S RECORD. New Msp of Canada May Giv Haw ley Aerial Honors. !New York, jj. V., May 15. TI19 rc- I preceding1 the day of the open sea son. Wolf, Lynx und Wildcat Rounty for wolf over six months, $25; for wolf under six months, $10; for lynx, $5; for wildcat, $3. Game Birds. Ouall Open season from Oct. 15 to Nov. 30, inclusive. Unlawful to take more than 10 In one day. Unlawful to take more than 50 in one calendar year. Unlawful to have in possession more than 15 at one time. Partrldgo and spruce hen 0en reason from Oct. 15 to Nov. 80, in clusive. Unlawful to take more than six In one day. Unlawful to take more than 50 in one calendar year. Un lawful to have in possession more than 15 in all at one time. European Partridge Unlawful to kill until 1912. Homing pigeons and mourning doves Unlawful to capture or kill at any time. Non-Game Birds. Unlawful to kill, capture or have in possession, excepting blackbirds, Eng lish sparrows, crows, Cooper's hawks, fharp-shlnned hawks and great horn ed owls. Waterfowl. Ducks, snipe, plover, woodcock, geese, brant, shore birds, rails and coots Open season from Oct. 15 to Dec. 31 inclusive. Ulue bill, canvas- back, red head, widgeon, pintail, whist ler, spoonbill, butterball nnd sawblll ducks may also be hunted from March 2 to April 10, Inclusive. Teal nnd mal lard ducks may be killed from Sept. 15 to Dec. 31. Inclusive. Unlawful to take in one day 'more than 25 ducks. geese and brant; six woodcock. 10 plover, 10 snliK? and other shore birds Unlawful to have In possession at one time In all more than 25 geese, brant nnd duck, 20 plover, woodcock or snipe nnd other shore birds. Unlawful to use any floating device propelled by steam, gas. naphtha, oil. gasoline or electricity or sail boat, or to use any cent completion of a new official map of Canada may result In the worlds record being credited to Allan O. Hawley, winner of the international Walloon race of 1910. The rceorrt is at present held by Count Do La Vaulx. who covered 1,192 miles Un years ago. Hawley's trip was logged iby the Aeor club as 1,172 miles. Now, according to advices from Montreal, the new man showj Hawley traveled 1.207 miles. Tho club will wnii represen tatives to ascertain the exact landing place and confirm the new figures, if possible. LAND IS IN DISPUTE. J Section Known as Ohamizal Strip I Claimed by U. S. and Mexico. Kl Pas... Texas, May 16. To decide the ownership between nations of reven million dollars worth of proper- ty now on the American side of the Rio Grande river In the southern sec- 1 tion of Kl Paso, an International com 14 I mission Is In session. The land is 25 j known as the Chamlzal strip and jur 30'lsdictlon is hfld by the U. 8.. but Mexico claims it on the ground that the river changed from its original course In 1852 by evulsion and the property thus thrown 011 the American side Is Mexican territory. QUIET AT GRAND RAPIDS. As Result of Last Night's Riot Fou? Strikers aro in Jail. Grand Rapids. Mich., May 16. Following last night'. rioting the strike symiKithlzcrs were quiet thla morning, and Indication ure there will be no resumption of the trouble. As the result of last night's riot. four strikers are In tho jtollce station, six policemen are nursing minor bruise , and a riddled window In the W'lildlcr nir.i factory hovs the effects of a 'bombardment with stones. TEDDY TALKS TO CLERGY. Ministers of All Denominations and Creeds Addressed. New York, May 16. Metropolitan clergymen of all creeds, Including Ro man Catholic priests and Jewish rab bis, filled the assembly hall In the Met ropolitan Life Iluilding this afternoon to hear former President Roosevelt speak on the subject of "The Church nnd Righteousness." The meeting was held under the clerical confer ence of the Federation of Churches. $2,000,000 AT STAKE. - Demurrer of Grand Trunk in Michigan Suit is Denied. Grand Rapids. May 1. Circuit Court Judge McDonald today tendered an opinion denying the demurrer of the defendant in the case of tho state against the Grand Trunk Railroad. In this suit the state seeks to collect J2, 000,000 alleged to be due in back taxo. Tho company will appeal. Congressman Robert E. Diefenderfer of the Eighth Pennsylvania district has had a somewhat remarkable career. Quitting the farm In early youth he became a hous painter and then a dentist. Later he went to China, took part In the Iloxer rebellion, and Inci dentally built nnd operated the first woolen mill In the celestial empire. Returning to America with a comfort able fortune he entered the wholesale lumber business, in which he was also successful. Wo Make Loans on Real Estate WICK SERVICE. FAUCETT BROS. A GUCK. Established 1892. swivel punt gun. battery, slnkbout o.r similar device. Unlawful to uso gun of greater size than, 10 gauge. Unlaw ful to hunt from sunset to sunrise. Miscellaneous Provisions. dame Shall not be shipped by ex press, freight or baggage, nor in any other manner, but chall bo carried only as hand baggage. Hunter's license Unlawful for non residents to hunt or kill protected game birds or animals, other than deer without havlug procured license. LI ecu so $10; deer license $25. Not ap plicable to persons hunting on their own land. Protected game and fish Unlawful to transport beyond the boundaries of this state at any time. Unlawful to rhip deer or portions of deer within this state, unless accompanied by li cense tag. The state game, llsh and forestry warden may Issue permit to non-resident licensed hunter to take one deer out of this state. A licensed non-resklent hunter may take from tho state as hand baggage not to ex teed the jiuniber of birds of any kind that may be legally killed by him in cue day. Sale of protected game Unlawful to sell, at" any time, any gume anl mal or game bird protected by tho laws of this state. Use of dogs lawful to train on game birds within 15 days of the ruf f!ed grouse season, but persons train ing must not cany firearms when so doing. Unlawful to use in hunting deer. Deadfalls, poison, etc. Unlawful to use any deadfalls, snare, poison or ex plosives. Hunting on enclosed lands, etc. Un lawful to hunt In public parks or game preserves; or on enclosed lands of another when such lands are post ed against, hunting, except with own er's consent. Spearing Unlawful to spear fish In Inland lakes except through the Ice during December, January, February and March. Lawful to spear fish in rivers and streams, but during March, April May and June only grass pike, mullet, suckers and redsides may be speared. Unlawful to spear at any time, in either lakes of streams, stur geon, uny kind of bass (except rock bass), or anyklnd of trout. All nicmkn of Court Robin II00J, Ancient Oiler of Foresters are re quested to attend services n?xt Sun day morning nt the Red Jacket Con gregational. Rev. It W. Farquhar will preach. Vltltlng brothers arc invited ... 4.ilr l."ll $10.50 TO DETROIT, MICH, AND RETURN. Via "THE SOUTH SHORE" nnd the D. & C. Steamers leaving Ca'umct June 9-13-1C-18. Rate to Toledo $11.00; Cleveland $12.00; P.ufTalo $12.50. Limit three weeks. For reservation und fur ther particulars apply to E. W. Delf, Agent.- todJIS SCHOOL' OFFICERS MEETING. A Joint meeting of the school offi cers of Houghton, Keweenaw, Ontona gon and Ilaraga counties will bo held In tho high school building, Houghton, on Thursday, May 18th, 1911, commenc ing at 9:30 A. M. Hon. U L. Wright, Supt. of public Instruction will conduct this meeting. There will be no regular program, but school affairs in general will bo dis cussed. One member of each board will be entitled to receive $2.00 per day and his nctual traveling expenses for attend ing the meeting. It Is hoped that every school officer In this County will bo present at this meeting, and receive the inspiration which comes from meeting those who have like Interests'. WILLIAM RATH, ml7 Commissioner "f Schools. OPTOMETRIST HERE W. THURTELL, The optometrist has returned to Calumet and has his office in the Lisa Block, Cth street, near postofllce. Eyes thoroughly tested and glasses fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed. Hours. 1 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Tel. 35. CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED. Top Jersey cow for (breeding pur poses. Jas. Prcunan, 120 Pine St., Calumet. in-16 HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED Sewing girl. Mrs. J. J. Kaufman, 814 Portland St. tf W'ANTED Servant girl. Family of two. Apply 1639 Lnurlum street. tf KOK MkNl. t( REN T Furnished" roomw it li tm th and electric light. 703 Portland St. 9nl6 FLAT TO RENT On Qulncy street. eight rooms, all modern conven iences, sultablo for club or boarding house. Apply to J. C. Donahue, Han cock, tf FOR RENT Store, in Orenstein building for saloon or any other pur pose. I n qui re Orenstein Bros., Calumet. TO RENTTwo eti of offices In the First Nat. Hank of Laurium Build ing. One et with large vault In con nection. Inquire at Brink. m25 FOR RENT 7 Room house. Ben Blum. Inquire m!7 LEGAL NOTICES. May 9, 10, 23. 30. STATE OF MICHIOAN. Tho Probate Court for tho Couuty of Houston. At a session of said Court, held at tho Probate Oftlco in tho Vlllago of Houghton In said county, on the 5th day of May? A. D. 1911. Present: lion. Geo. C. Dontlcy, Judge of Probate. In the matter of tho estate of Thom as II. Pcnhallcgon, deceased. William J. Pcnhallcgon, executor of the last will and testament of said do ceased, having filed in said court his petition praying that the tune for the presentation of clilms ngaiust Bald es fate bo limited and that a tlmo nnd filaco bo appointed to receive, exam Ine and adjust all claims and demands against raid deceased by and before raid court. It If Ordered. That four months from thl date ibo allowed for credit ors to present claims iigalnst said cs tate. It Is- Further Ordered, Tiiat the 8th day of September, 1911, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at raid probate oflice be and Is hereby appointed for the cx nmlnntion and adjustment of all claims and demands jigulnt Bald de- -eascd. Seal) GEO. C. P.KNTLET, Judge of Probate. 4 true copy. Geo. P. Freeman, Register of Probate. , K. Pctcrmann, Attorney for Executor. May 9, 16, 23, 30. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at tho Probate Office la the Vlllago of Ilouirhton In said county, on the th day of May A. D. 1311. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Bentley, Judge of Trobate. In the matter of the estate of Eliz abeth Crao Pcnhallcgon, deceased. William J. Pcnhallcgon having filed In said court his petition praying that tho administration of said estate be granted to James D. James or to some other suitable person. It Is Ordered, That the 2nd day of June, A. D. mil, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate olllce, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing Baid petition; It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, once each week for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in tho Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circu lated In said county. (Seal) GEO. C. P.ENTLEY. A true copy. Judge of Probate. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Trobato. A. E. Pctcrmann, Attorney for Petitioner. May 9, 16, 23, 30. STATE OF MICHIGAN. Tho probate court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the probate office In the vfllago of Houghton, In said county, on the fifth day of May, A. D. 1911. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Bcntley, Judge of Trobate. In the Matter of tho Estate of Aug usta Dawe, Deceased. Peter Dawe having filed In said court his petition praying that tho adminis tration of said estate be granted to himself or to some other sultablo per son, It Is Ordered, That the second day of June, A. D. 1911 at ten o clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition: It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof bo given by publication of a copy of this order, once each week for three successive weeks previous to t.nld day of hearing, In tho Calumet News a newspaper printed and circu lated in said county, (Seal) OEO. C. BENTLEY, Judge of Probate. A true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Trobate. A. E. Tetermann, . . Attorney for Petitioner. Jfay 2. 9, 1C. 21. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Tho Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of oald Court, held at the Trobate Office In tho Village of Houghton In s.-iid county, on the 1st day of -Miay, A. P., 1911. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Bentlcy, Judge of Probate. In tho matter of the estate of-Fred Rochm, deceased. Oscar William liruns, executor of Hall estate having filed In unid court his jotltion praying that the tlmo for". tho presentation of claims against said estate "bo limited and that a time and plavo te appointed, to re ceive, examine and tidjust all claims and 'demands against said deceased by and before said court It Is Ordered, That four months '""'"I thla tlnte be allowed for creditors lo resent, claims against nald estate. It Is Further Ordered. That tho 4th day of Sept. 1911, at ten oYlodk In the forenoon at paid probate onice, be and Is hereby appointed for the examina tion nnd adjustment of all claims nnd demands against said deceased, and that notice thereof be given by publi cation of this order once eaeb week, for three fni(cew4vo weeks previous to rail day of hearing, In the Calurnet News, p. nwpiiper -printed and cir culated In said county. (Seal) GEO. C. BENTLEY, Judge of Probat. A true copy. Geo.' D. Freeman, Register of Probata. A. VT. Kerr, Attorney for Executor. Calumet, Michigan. .j ' PAINE, WEBBER & CO. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE BOSTON ST06K EXCHANGE MEMBERS NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE i (CHICAGO BOARD .DULUTH STOCK PRIVATE WIRE TO CALUMET OtriCE J.' A. MINNEAR & CO. BROKERS Calumet, Mich. Laurium Mich. MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK MARKET VERY STRONG. SUPREME COURT DECISION CAUSES BUYING. BOSTON LIST HIGHER. . CURB LIST ACTIVE WITH INSPIRATION A FEATURE. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly '"Jpo Our Clients and Friends The Engineering and Statistical Ic-i arrmcnt of this House, which was recently removed from our branch at Houaliton, Michigan, to tho headquarters at Ilonton, la now ready to answer Inquiries In regard to O1or Mining and other pc curltles, and wo solicit correspondence on niese or other In vestment BUibjecta. Telephone our local offlco tho stocks you arc Interested In nnd wo will havo our Iloston olllco supply you with the in formation they have. Dither by letter or telegram. Gay & Sturgis TELEPHONES 8!J 814 QAVE'NT you been expecting to start a B4NK ACCOUNT This bank accepts deposits for $1.00 and up why not come in and open an account with us NOW let the bank help you save it's the ONLY safe way. THE CALUMET STATE BANK Calumet, Mich. . CAPITAL - - S100,000.00 A2EF EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& HeclaMn'g Co Whe wish to sell tSelr houses or buy houses on Co. Land) who have rooms to rent or who wish to rent rooms, are invited to advertise in this column without any expense. FOR BALI' 9-room Avuse, modern conveniences, eteam heat, good foun dation and plumbing. Apply 850 Cam brU Et Calumet. f EOU SALE Elve-rooro house No. 2403 11 street. Apply Jas. Barnetto. X FOR SALE 9-room . house, rummer kitchen, coal fihed, barn room for 3 horses, etc. Apply lSOf llccia st, lice la. FOR ALE Lot S. block i Wolverine st, Florida. Apply at Mrs. Chap man's hoarding house, 123 Kcansargo st., south. FOR SALE Secen-room house, 8C9 Caledonia et., Calumet, Mich. FOR SALE House No. 3207, cheap. Ridge St., Swedtown. FOR SALE 11-room house. Apply 250 Rockland nt. X FOR SALE House, No. 4036 Oak U Yellow Jacket. FOR SALE 5 -room house and barn. Apply at 3C3 Calodonla st s FUR SALE S-IVioiq house chcoD. IM Caledocla at. FOR SALE Six-room Laurium at. house, 1824 FOR ALfs House No. 1122 Tunnel rL. fftvedetoirM. FOR BALE House, No. 4083 Elm SL, Yellow Jacket. FOR flALE 8 -room house. Apply 1744 Deojt st. x FOR BALE V-room houe, 730 Water, work st. x FOR SALE Five-room house, 53 Al hlon. x FOR BALE-12-room house, 1603 Lau tium st x FOR SALE House. 161$ 11cta st FOR aL&S13 Tunnel st Established 1830. Curl) Stocks Given Special Attention OF TRADE EXCHANGE. ALL MARKETS Paine, Webber Building M'r,EN TELEPHONES-826, 827 and 823. Hilli J FOR SALE Houso Na 57 Caledonia st., Albion. FOR SAlI-7rouiii house, 4087 Cone st FOR SALD--1525 Hecla st FOR SALE 8 -room House. No. 373. n Calodonla st Particulars at Wick strom &. Co.'a store, Pine t FOR SAL1-; Four-room cottage, 2201 Middle st, Calumet. FOR SALE 8 room house, 4032 Elm St. FOR SALE 6-room house, No. 3044 SwodctGwn road. Apply on premises- FOR SALE 4-room house. No. 49:'5. behind Calumet dam. Inquire within. FOR RENT Ono furnished room. 4325 Acorn St FOR SALE 7-room house. Clod rocK foundation, summer kitchen In base ment Early callers avIU muko K"(,d bargain. 2C52 Union street. Aj'l'tt premises. FOR SALE 7-room house with rod; foundation. 726 Waterworks St. FOR SALE G-room cotbmc, at a bargain, 2C14 Liberty street, Rayin 'b;iultown. COLLCOES. MICHIGAN C0LLE6E OF MINES F. W, MeNair, President , Located !n Lake Superior dis trict Mines an mills accessible for college work. For Year Book and Record of Graduates apply t0 President or Secretary, HOUGHTON MICHIGAN UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERt Harper-Thomas Go. UNDERTAKERS AND EMDALMERS Phone 14 Holman Bldg Calumet, M'cK All calls. attended to either day night. We a'o handle fresh cut flow ers for any occasion.