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MINES AND MINING, STOCKS . Brokers' Gossip AIlli"Ui:ti it wan vxpiH'K-il tli.it a cut In th.- iVppi-r i:.in.- dividend was iiiiiii iit, tlif .innmiiu'i ini'iit II. at dii'ec ..v li.i.l n-iliu i l th.- rate tr.-ia a $1 In a J! i r i ir lu; liiUMil ino s. IlitU "I' l-'1' i-liaicsMuiiiK-inn l .iii.is at a in t diclin.- 'f 1 ' l'-'ints. !iin(. t-ritii ixin li s li.'in inido that tlic dividend was n..t ledmed 1" i' i"i' t!'ls- but the tiianai; iiiri'.t hi 1. 1 tnai me sun si.liary i ti 1 1 :t ti U s having comfortable surplus. th,- st" Wh-M. ts vi tin- eoii Ki'l.Iati.l r.uui'any vv iv .t.titUd t. re-evivi- s iue- if it in lean t-ars. This i.,li. y .ijl.l n..t. !' course-. uisiicl, i 1 1 . 1 ri t . i t v : , but mil. ss Hole is further drop ! "lM- r. .livi.b tuts 4 t J;: should If continue d an.l this without further rcdm-im; costs r in creasing output. '5 Tin- sub.-iui uy coiiip.mi i;ist live- nt lis ..f I'.Ml r. d. en use in i.utiut II "Hi i-.Trespondiiii i. ii.i.1 ..f 1 H 1 . but even with produc tion iif say pounds per an- is.ilalat. .1 company . an in.n uiii ivi v th' M tlivi--i liurinn an e-pe ratim: n t s . r pound, the s;iiiir nr.il ciliini: the suri'lus r. dim. id th.- same, sav Hi t applicable- to .h.iI'e'S out- toiitiiuu-d t.nl.iy until unmistakable upward manifested itst-lf an.l buoyant close resulted, will imt advance each noon when t Iio j K tr- Lake .. ten.'eiu y a$uln ' Keating nmUI.il Kose .... Men k Ik' Copper r ulllU . A. .. siionjr Kve ly day n locks any one day, but u big lull( market Is making as fast and as rea ..nabl as one could wish. 1. J. Mill BOSTOM STOCKS. (Pain, Webber & Co.) Lid Asked. s for th' rt a s'.iiiht -in. i. until i show a ...ml. This i est of s-t c. a last a r a t riiuus of 1 1 niakiin; l th. !1 ill. lids nil l ni.liiK; $1..'7.' After tlic .u i ii . i.nil.bsh. d the ji.r ir.int;.- .'. Ihoiis.ifid shaft eliv idelid.- 4, ::;.. share.- "..inn) i,r ".') per shall', isiti.-n of Atlanti.' is ac re W ,.1 be .1.1. led to t'.-p- iiisiib.lat. .1 anotlu r t n s but c hi with this f :', be m. untamed under s '.III pres. nt opoatinir and metal conditions. K. sb. ration of the $1 rate depends entirely on the future pi ice of copper but the eilii i.Mi. y with which th.- prop erdin ar" now ht inn operated is of exceptional in;p"ibince on a 1 w metal III. il k. t su with iinpr h an leas,- in tli it I't ' s nt cit s, vv bib ollditiolis this clliej. - added b .r to an in- li id. lid rale. -t Ihitti ipp M in in an's anmial r port for the fiscal ear iidini; March :'. 1 s t . lull, is issued. The n port shoss a sui-jilus i.n opcrati n.f fi.r the ear of Jjv.i. ..ne-ha'f of whi. h was made in Hie l ist six months and a total surplus ..f J:'.i:.i:b. The bu'atio !:.et shows cash and eojiper "f J.'V.'.'.'o'.i, coiiipited with S.'Tl.vi.'i in the previous ear. Sineli. r shipments during; the ar. which , March 1st. l'.'ll. show the f.. imr totals: Copper ll.tlT.f'i'l pounds at 1 cents. ji.4m.i:::i. silver 4:'.2l cis at .."..It'.'i:; i.nts. value $.'::i,i'a:'. 11. 1- IW- 1 1 1 r i - l:;.H'.l outice..; : Cli.SS alue. $1 'I'hefe metals for minitr.;, sna ill IT. of J 1.1 t $. dm It in::, VI. Plus or r.A. -,,pl .f..:.i a X. t. r th. Dili ip. i-. . 1 1 r . s r was pr p. .nn.l f i'.. v h. re ! ist six !' r the e. for th .1 M a c and to total s ar of $J NEW YORK STOCKS. (Cay &. Sturgis.) dll. ed r the oi the av ullth;- wa: :..v7i t w .n ipper. open hi..!, .'iveratauu . arid much proiri im; up new and at a .a r. ib !i' av.raye i .uvlS. UlS of .-.1 per . is was valu.ib s t cent ma.b bodb s. wh.ii h, t.i'-'etli. r with the ee..n- ! omi. s eff.ei.d. a.-e. .tints for the im-J prov ment fhown in lower costs and , it. i n as. d ''I'lriKP. ( I It is in. , . : .1 th it the in ssar I .",1 p.r c i lit. of Atlantic St...'.: has been! .1. p.. sit.. 1 in fa..r of the m.-rm r with Cupper i:.im;e and the p!m is op. ra tie. A i ircul ar is in priparitjon, and si i ' Ml will be Si nt l St. .i I. hold. !:-'. j lb.n.c C.ld h.,s dec! in.! a thr. i- p. r .'it iii idend and an - t n Hue p.T ..nt. payable June :lb. Th-! I k - c!.,s.. .June 1 1 1 1 1 and te-..p. n .Ju- l. l.-t. I MARKETS 1 1 :. t, , - n. r. as. d intere-t wa n..t ic cable in I :.e .i. al market a:',ain t.-- j :-:)(. i i..r ,K Kost.ui aihanced V : ill Mi.i.l bu ins The exc'ianu'e of! Atlalili'' r..f l'.,;,j,er liani;o N II i',v ! i i.in.. on and stock d posife.l b. f..'o I t i i.l ; v id iie the July divid. I.d on ('; pi r !: l.-a . Ilanc.uk was quii i with i. iv ! 1 1 1 1" ,,,.c offered. I "bail C. id. 1 1 ci! I,- . r. i . ! : i . 1 1 1 cri-i pimr up an I .o;:,.!ci.-.- i : : it is f. t n I ri if tT- W'f ai. ! 1 1 1 1 1 - h .n ni! ib,. c.,j,er:' and bo 1 i. -. .- that v shall ;,a e a ..nt inueil advance I, -lore il.e nntal mar la S'b.iA ' i.l:;. out.- i.b- .-i-tlM (if . I I i m-! I i liihL'. 1'ost.r. of r.lilie, Web ber A- Co. j Ainal.K.imat.d 1 j Ann r. ('ar . . 1 I.Mchi.-on 1 Ani.-r. I Smellers . . . '' i Sunar I:. I:. T. ... I:. o . X. W. '. I I. .. Krie U. X..r. l'fd iiiol h e ills i ins - T. 'acilii- ias M. K. Mil. r Xoith. lenna r.-.ipl.- Keadini-' . . . Ib-ck isl.uid St. 1'aul ... I'nion l'acili I onn. ( o per Steel C St.. 1 I .mm. I'd. . On--. Clr.su . Im-k tlx'', . :..' k r,i;s .ii.-.''h ik.'i . 41 41 . Sl'i . 1 1 1 1 ii "i M'.i . 1(i7r'; lns .IIS IIS . :ii'2 .Ti'i . sin r.r.o. .ir.r.'i lib;', .HT'i 11 .r.i- l :b'. 'h .U'4'i ll'l'.. . 1 ufi i . iiir.b. . l :.:" i;ii7h .1 ins -l.sr.tr. is;t: . 40 . T'i7; .lis Use. ! Amalgamated T7 (IS S Advinture ' 71 Allou, 32 52 .Mt;oniah '.''h It'-w Aicailian 3'j 3t ! Atlantic 5 Ar i Comm. rcl il Ii7,, IS lloston Corbin 1 V l.'i'i I Itutle & l'.alak .. !i 1 j It. ill. Coalition l".t 'j 110 I Copper KuiiKe fil Cl'j 'Calumet Ariz f.."i CJ'-j Calumet .i Ileda IT." 4st) (Centennial I.1'.;' 1 3 ' i .Chin. i L'S'j IIS7, I Paly West j Kast Hutto 13"n 137k jrranklin l.'- 13 Ciroux 1' i'. Cranby 37 3S Mlreciii. i'anaiiea T'i Th llanc. i k I'S'j l".t Helvetia l'i 1 Indian. i 1". Hi Inspiration s'h s7: Isle Ib.vab' IS'i 1 ... Ki rr Lake .".7 Ki w i i na w 2 ' i 2 '3 Lake ns'L. ?.'X. jli Salle 4'i 4'j Mass fi4 (i'v Miami 2'M 3i'3 Michigan 2'i Mohawl; 4 7 4S M:illuui-r Ji, L'i', j.Wvaila Consolid.ited l'.i:,s 1'.:'h .North Lake ! ' i 'j'.. 'Ninth ihnte :::,c. ::; : Nipissint; in:lH in';. j ihl I .iniiii ion 47 1 . 47 1 j is. ei,!a Im) pi) 'Id Colony i- l's, ll.ji.W.IV s s, . (.'uin. y 72 . 73 ; Coiisolidati .1 17i 17rH i Superior Itoston c."; 7 Superior it rittsbur; 17'.. is Superior ::::'. 34 Shannon ll'i 12 jShatluck l!i',:ix ; Tamarack 3."'i 37 '. S. Mm; Iir.7 37 1'tih Cons i;ic. I'tah Copper 47'.. 4.s Victoria l- 2 Wiiuma S s', Wolveririi! Ill 112 Wyandot p:. 1 7i Live (ak Miami Montana Clinton .National New Keystone .. .New Haiti.' t bice Uay i'oiis. . . . Kay Cirittal . Sierra Sh ittuck Santa Itosall.i Sup. it C.lobe 3 'a 3 3', 3'a 3S- 3!' 2 2'i 2l'j 21 'a 20 2H'j .lT.ax 2." ax 2T, 3 7 Vi V lit'-,, " 2 ' j 17'j IS Superior Supi r l..r South 1' Tonopnh Warrior Yuma . . .t i:..ston . it l'ittsbllf; illliubus . . . 2' 111 .40 .10 'i 1 7 , 2-i; .r.o .1:. lS'i .10 4ax .o.'.ax PORCUPINE STOCKS. a Cm Kidder and .Hp. I ill lOUUdlUllS, ii to advantage Sbi'iloi-k Holmes Kid.' Conner were tluir work tdiow , Mu clally In th.' aid lr. Watson skit, l-'rank Harsh m.uli tnastir und llany Sl helm. Ueepi r ; the lie l'ercv Ha.vn a the : a good Vinro at as WI1 ,1 Mill Inn and ci nor of Zei - land were natural. Miss Hcinl-son an (Iretchen and Mbs Alm.t Wilson ns Heitha, the burgom i-tci's .-Lster, ad i.ed -strength to tl'. iast an.l Ih11 V fO possessed of good Vol.'i S. The setting far the production and the costume wire , lab,. rate and the chorus was com. ly and well trained. The old s,.ii4 hits whi. a helped to make -The Ued Mill-' popular when If was first Intro.' ncd were handled la an able manner. ro Till: TAXrAYKKS (!' CALU- MHT TOWNSIIH'. The Hoard of Ucvi. w for Calumet Township will be. in si s i. n on .Mon day and Tuesday Jmi" 12 ami l..tn, lltll, at tl:e utlleo of the Township J. A. Minncar &. Co. Hcal l Hake .'. " I o.7 Ilollinp.r 12' 12s; rrcston .30 .33 l'orcupilie (bdd 03 Swastika r,o .:.." I i me Kxti nsion 00 .fil ; 1'orcupiiie Central 71 .7i". 1 Clown .",0; j Imperial 15 .2o Clerk Daily 1:30 t. jio of Tied Jacket. 1 t.i 12 A. M. and the Villa' sioiis from i I". M. James MacN nr.hton. Chairman. ward I'lsoth, ' V. H. Haucctt. .New $100 Chapd or sets of reeds $70, Kasv ble I'lano (.)., Calumet, :,-iiis, four full piiyruents. Ca-J7 STOCK H0LDER& ARE HELD. Decision of Importance to Upper Pe ninsula Handed Down. The stockholders, of the defunct Michigan Savings .t Loan Ass-ociition of Detroit must pay the rcci ivcr of the concern more than half a million dollars, according to a decision of the federal court handed down at Detroit. Tin re are man stockhold. is In the de funct institution in the upper penin la. It bavim; carried on a l it busi lus'. littein viars ago. After a battle that lasted over ten years. Judce Hon rs 11. Swan of the Cnited Slates ilist -tut court, has decided that stockhold ts ami directors of tin. Michigan Sav ings it Ian Association must pa He., ivcr Ralph'!.. Al.liich n total of ?.i.".s,13;:.so. If the stockholders in the subsidiary companies had proved their claims, there would have been a further liability of $vM.oi!i.:i7 or a total of $1. S3!U:.3.77. The decrve is the end of the greatest bankruptcy ase ever fought in Michi gan. Voluntary petition in bankruptcy was filed by I'M ward W. Hishop, nn Indian stockholder, April 1, lIMl. Itatph I.. Aldrkh was appoint. 1 receiver and at once took charge of the company's records. Discovery of jillege.l Improp er accountings was made by Aldrich in l'.iici. There bit hardest by the court's de cision are the directors, John H. I .'ark, pr. siib-nt of the former concern and Wano county chemist; John H. Corlis, who was attorney for the eomptny be fore It closed its doors; Hutler Ives, treasurer; Thomas H. Hancock, vice president: I'Ycd H. Wemplc, treasurer. These men are ordered to pay a total of $U.-.,c,.sS..S2, "on account of and by reason of their individual acts, negli gence and violation nf duty as direct ors of --.iid corporation." The ;nnouiit Ibat Keeciver Aldrich expects to recov er from the stockholders is 1 3.4 ll.iiS. CLASSIFIED AOS WANTED. WA.NTI'.D -pant sum ki T maker, apply Julius 7th and Kim St. an.l eoat n.anich, Cor. J7 AGENTS WANTED. Marl. m I y .Ml). -I. id iv ..la.. a- NOTICE OF DIVIDEND .iliiitK't .K: Ari.oiin Mininir iiii:iny li:is (lcclarcjl a 'livi iI. imI of One Dollar (1.00) a vIimic, imvm1m July 11)11. 1o th coiinraicii .1 line Ulst, 1!)11. Transfer l.k doro at tho (!o-e l usinep June 21M, 1011 ami re-opon at the opening- of bu.virifss June 2fith, 1911. viord in IS. Camihell, Secretary. tockliol(lci's of record al v(vo of 1 1 it linoks of tlic UNLISTED STOCKS,. J. A. Mimioar & C. ray today: The market at the opening' had n short breathing spell during which prices were well sustained. However, later in the day another buying rnove iii. nt start, il and t-bn k. advanced with r. niarkable ease. Closing prices showed comfortable gains thr nighout. ('uppers were in best demand with Amalgamated a bad In the late trad ing, scoring n rain of over a point to O',. Calumet A; Arizona was hard to buy and very little of thin Ftock is ofti-rcd at going prices. Take should do better in ane kind of l. market. Trading on the curb was brisk. Su erior K- Hoston and Calu met .V Montana were very strong fo.i- ttiri". l he first named ripened at and sold up t 7. Tin- ojibway annual report was Issued today and i - taorable thrmigiiuut. Calumet & Molilalia was heavily bought at 00 WILSON GUEST OF HONOR. Detroit. Mich., June 7. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Is n guest of hon or this nftrrnoi.n on the annual rrui.-e of the D. tioit board of commerce, termed the "reciprocity cruise" this car. The board f commerce mem N is, together with W'ilsiui will cham pion the reciprocity ngrccmest at ircetlngs scliediili'd in the clti'M of riorllHrn '.Michigan. S.nator William Allien Smith, of Michigan, who op-(o-es the agreement Is also making the tiip. A C.(m AOKNT WANTl'.l) in ev ery town to represent an old establish ed life insurance company that make:; a specialty of tempi ranee risks; low rates and liberal contract to capable man. Address S. Wilson, 2T.3 Hroad way. Xew York. jl' SITUATION WANTED. WANTED Work stenographer !' fcienio. Address as bookkeeper o young woman. He C i are of News. HELP WANT CO FEMALE. WAXTKD Kxpi rieiiccd Knglish speaking girl for general house work. Apply Mrs. W. A. Childs. ll.'.S Calumet Ave. Jl" FOR SALE I'D I' I SAKK County Hi -houschi .Id ad. goods, KOR SAKIvChe;ip. Wellington Mrs. Kosnian, 21 Wolverine St., da. ::i::o -ja l'iano, Florl- ion s.r.i:-a rey. l'a a ml s.-li for $7."i.n0. man, i iseeola light lubber tiied rur- ne.vv, cost $ir,0.no, will Apply to.W. A. nx- 5ine. l'lmne l!l W. -tf VH ?.-al SAKU one surrey. Apply II. 1'. Ijcuii, almost Store. new. j7 I ll SAKl-i - lliitiie lioiischold furni ture. Cheap. 20'J Ctii Kt. ITpslalrs. Dhone, 1C2-J. . I'or Sale-Two chair barber shop In Kaurium. Inquire New s ( illiee. FOR RENT- I'M, AT TO JIKNT -On (.Jinny street, right rootnn, all modern conven iences, suitable for club or boardinj: house. Apply to J. C. Donahue, Han cock, tf IN POUND. reported Martin BABY BOYS ARE POPULAR. The following births were to Township Clerk (Je)rgi this morning. Son. to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jadina, of the Quiney road. Son, to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Vran Ich. of Caledonia street. Son, to Mr. and Mrs. Carficld May nard, of Copper City. S n, to Mr. and Mrs. John Joklplrn. of Wolverine. Son, to Mr. and Mrs. August Katan loini. of Wolverine. Daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Tarvl, of Wolverine. nt . We look to see ppcr shares continue .pi 'latbms. the market for strong at hih- (J. A. Mlnnear &. Co.) Hid. AsI.n1. Algomah 3 fi'i Ariz. K- Michigan 10 .1.'. Aluncck 170 ISO liutte Calk r.'i r.v2! Ui.heml.i 3 Chemung Ci f Chief Conn 1 l'i. Col. Cons T.O ColtfJ! l"i 1T. Chlrn 2:i'4 24 Calumet Corbin 2.'. .27 Calumet Montana f.S .f.2 Corbin Copper 3 3 CartiiH 11 .H vPt p.uttc w;. n I'alrview 30 .... Crohinehl Conn fi1 Hanc.ek 2S'i 2f'4 I ml la n.i '"Vt 11 Inspiration 8 V Keweenaw .' 2 2V NEW SEATS AT CROWN. Hed Cow, with Imrns sawed off. In Calumet round. Owner can have same by paying charges. Josiah Heed, 1. M. -J7 LEGAL NOTICES. I'age 60i, on which jnortsago there la claimed to bo due nt the date of this not Up, the bum of l-lye Hundred Forty and 83-100 ($510. S3) Dollars, und no suit or luoctedlngi nt law or equity having lieen Instituted to recover the moneys secured ty bald mortgage or uny part thereof. Now, therefore, by virtuo of the power of sale contained In said mort gage and the statutes in such case made and provided, notice Is hereby given that on the 31st day of July, A. I)., 1911, at eleven o'clock In the fore noon, there will bo bold nt public auc tion to the highest bidder" at the front door of the Court House In the Village of Houghton, State of Michigan, (that being tho place where the Circuit Court for tho County of Houghton s held) the premises described In said mort gage or go murn tncreor. ns may oe necessary to pay the nmount due on said mortgage with Interest thereon at the rate of ncven per cent per an num and nil legal costs as provided for in said' mortgage and nn attor ney's foe of $271.00 as also provided for In said mortgage and the statutes gov erning the foreclosing of mortgages by ulvt rtlsetncnt. " The premises described In said mort gage being all that certain piece or parcel of land situate In tho Town- hip of Chassel, County of Houghton an.l 'the State of Michigan and nmro particularly described us the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter or Section eleven (11) Township 1'irty three (53) North of Range Thirty-four (31) Wist, in said County and State, and all buildings nnd Improvements on said land, together with all tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or In any wise ap- purtainlng. Dated this 2Cth day of April. A. D., 1P11. DAVID 1 KHDI'i H'.ll, Mortgagee, Calbralth & McCormack, Att'ys for Mortgagee. Huslness address, Calumet, Mich. WE HAVE JUST COMPLETED THE ORGANIZATION OF A Bond Beparme'ni in connection with our business and our object will ))o to furnish our clients with hih jjrado investment issues having attractive yields. Correspondence invited. Paine, Webber & Comp'y J. A. & GO. BROKERS Calumet, Mich. Laurium Mich. MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK MARKET CLOSED STRONG. COPPER SHARES RULED IN GOOD DEMAND. AMALGAMATED A "LEADER. SUPERIOR &. BOSTON AND CALUMET & MONTANA CURC FEA TURES. COPPER STOCKS LOOK HIGHER. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly Manager John Vogel, ;f the Crown tbe.ibr of Calumet ban In.-talled 100 new seats In the balcony of his play- use, the Increased featlng rapacity having- been necessitated by the largt crowd- in attendance. The program for this week at th. Crown Is one of exceptional Interest. The feature vaudeville act Is a eorn- ly sketch by Uay nnd Adam, en titled 'Trimming n Trimmer." In ad dition t the vaudeville number, kcv eral pehrtcd moving picture films will be rhown. May 17. Jt. 21; June 7. RTATl'J OF MICHIGAN, The probate court for the County of I loughton. At n scsh'ii of said court held at tin? probate oiiice, in the village of Houghton, in fald county, on tips 13th day of IMay. A. P. 1911. Prevent, Hon. C.corgo C. Dentley, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the evtate of Kmil T. V". Dannie, deceased. dnTce Dauine having filed In said court her petition praying that tho ad ministration of paid estate be granted to herself or to nunc other suitable p rson. It Is Ordered, That the 8th day of June, A. D. l'.dl at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at paid prolute ohlee 1)0 and Is lureby mi-polntcd for hear ing Paid petition. It Is Purl her Ordered, That piddle notlee thereof be given 1y ipirbllentlon of n oopy of thin order once.each week for thro- Fiicecsslvo weeks previous to Mild day of bearing. In the Calumet Nowh, a newspaper printed and oir ciliated In paid county. (Seal) tlKO. C. P.P.NTLKY, A true oopy. Judge of Probate. Ceo. P. Freeman. Itoglstor of Probate. THE RED MILL." Old at Tim Fyivorit it Presented Calumet Theater. Calumet theater goers were given an opportunity last evening to peo an other presentation of that old favorite, "The Pod Mlli" presented by the Mjir- tin nnd Kn.ery company. Iw-ppUo the fact that the attendance must haw 1een n disappointment, tho company fulled to Miovv any sui h feeliiur n p,, work and presentation was a pat b factory one. James Crowley and William Moore 11-21-28 May 3-10-17-21-.il Jnno 7 July 5-12-10-20. MonTCSAOi: SAM'. Default having been made In the conditions of n oertaln mortgage made by (leorge Cougeon and olivine tloii- goon, his wife, of Cha3Sel, Houghton County, Michigan, to Pavid Pollotler, of'Hubbeir, Houghton County, Michi gan, bearing date the 2Cth clay of Feb ruary, A. P., 1 ! 1 0 and recorded in the office of KegLster of Poods for the County of Houghton and Htate of Michlgnn, on the 2rd day of M irch, A. P., 1910, in Liber 00 of mortgages at May 3-10-17-21-31 June 7-14-21-23 July G-12-PJ-2G MOllTtJACF. SAIdC. PF.FAUIr having been made In the conditions of a oertaln Mortgage. made and executed by Jacob llakali and Helta Hakala. his wife of the Vil lage of Laurium, County of Houghton, State of Michigan, to Charles (1. llan- of the said Village of Iiuriuiu, dated the? 7th day of May, A. P., l'JOti, ami recorded in me omco m no.; m-u- biter of Poods, in and for the said County of Houghton, on the 23rd day d of May, A. P. PtC, In Liber JJ. of Mortgages on l'age 170. AM) WnKUKAS. the said Mortgage has been duly assigned by the nam Charles Cl. Hansen to F. M. Neva, of the Village of Iiurium, which assign ment was dated January 20111. a. i. 1!H)S, and duly recorded In the office of the Register of Peods for the said County of Houghton, in Liber hk, m Mortgages on Pages f76 nnd 577, on the 20th day of January, A. P. lftOS. AND WHKUKAS. the said Mortgage- has boon duly assigned by the said . M. Neva, to Isaac Johnson, of Kear- sargo. said county 01 nougnion, ny mi issdgnnient bearing date, August II th, A. P. P.I09, and duly recorded in tne office of the Itoglstor of Deeds, in nnd for the said County of Houghton, on August 10th, A. P. PI09, In Liber XX. f Mortgages on Page 437; whereby; the said mortgage Is now owned by the said Isaac Johnson, nnd the amount claimed to be due on the Bald Mort gage at the date hereof, is the sum .'f Three Hundred and Seventy-six 1 ml C3-100 (J37fi.f.r.) Pollars aid an at torney fee of Twenty-live (2i) dollars, is is provided for In the said Mortgage together with nil other costs; and no suit or proceedings at law having been Instigated to recover the money secured by tiie said Mortgage or nny part thereof, whereby the power of sale contained In the said Mortgage has become operative. Now therefore by virtue of the power of sale con tained In the said Mortgage, and the f tatute In such case made nnd provld- 1, notice Is hereby given, that on the 2!Uh day of July, A. P. 1911. at Ton (10) o'clock In the forenoon, there will be sold at Public Auction to the high est bidder nt the front door of the Court House, In tho Village of Hough ton, State of Michigan, (that being tho place where the Circuit Court for the paid County Is held), the promise de scribed in the said Mortgage, together with seven per cent Interest thereon. and all other and neeossary nnd legal costs, ns is provided for In the said Mortgage, THIl PREMISKS described In the said Mortgage being nil that certain piece or parcey of land, situated nnd being In tho Township of Calumet, County of Houghton nnd State of Michigan, nnd more particularly de scribed ns follows, to wit: Lot numbered, KlRhtcen (18); In I'dock numbered, Twenty-fivo (25); of the Third nddltlon to tho Village of Calumet, now called tho Village of Laurium, according to the recorded plat thereof, on Tile In the office of the Register of Deeds, for the said Coun ty of Houghton, subject however, to any and nil mineral reservations and tho right to mine the name as provided for In former deeds of record, of the . '"1 promises, together with the tene ments, hereditaments and nppwrten nnoes thereunto; hereafter belonging, or in nny wlso appertaining or thereon situated. DATED this 1st day of May, A. P. 1911. ISAAC JOHNSON, (Owner nnd Assignee by Assignment). WILLIAM A. HATEMAN. (Attorney for Owner nnd Assignee) Huslness Address, CALUMET. MICHIGAN. Direct Copper Wire Con necting All Our Offices W t Ill IIIIMMMIIMMMMMM"IM With Boston and New York Giving Our Customers the Bene fit of Instantaneous Service GAY a STU1GIS BANKERS AND BROKERS MEMBERS EOS?:ON STOCK EXCHANGE 101 Milk Street Huston, Mass. Calumet Branch: 108 Fi!li Street Phon: North 8i:t-Hl 4 Hoy A. You uk, Manager QAVE'NT you been expecting to start a BUNK ACCOUNT This bank accepts tit posits for $1.00 and up why not come in and open an account with us NOW let the hank help you save it's the ONLY safe way. THE CALUMET STATE BANK CAPITAL c:ch' 8100,000.00. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& Hccla Mn'g Co Wh wish to cell their houses or buy houses on Co. Land; who hav rooms to rent or who wish to ror.t roows, are invited to advertise in this column without any expense. FOU SALK 4 -room house. No. 4995, behind Calumet dam. Inquire within. V7lT SALlia room house, Ll" I'OR HALK-ltuad. -house Nn, S'.iSt usit'tda IPOR SALB House, 1510 Ilda t. FOIt SALPV 3129 Tunnel at. KUH fciALl'J 7 -room house. vS' VJon Rt. 1-Ult fc?ALl--15J5 llecla L KOK HALL l''eur-rooin collage, Z-Oi Middle nt., Calumet. Fuit BALK House No, 47 Caledonia St.. Albion. Full BALL 8-reoin liou.se. Ne. 379, on Caledonia sL Particulars at Wick strium & Co.'a utore, IMne L FOll BALIS a-rooni h-.usei, modem conveniences, team heat, gooel femn dation ii nd plumbing. Apply 800 Cian brln st Calumet. LOANS ON IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. FAUCETT BROS. A CUCK. Full BALK Five-room hemne No. 1.403 11 utreet. Apply Ja. H:irnette. X FOlt BALK 9-room house, kuiiuiht kitchen, real shed, bum room ffor 3 horses, etc. Apply inor Heela st. Jlee la. Full BALK Lot 37 b ioc T JVV'oi x 'V r 1 1 1 e St., Florida, Apply at Mrs. Chap man's boarding house, 123 Kearviaxjfe st., south. Full SALL Sex-enM-uom Hhouseik 3Gl Caledonia St.. Calumet, Mich. FOll BALlT-1 fou ae No. Z2oT, cheap. IlldKe ft-. Svvedtown. FOll BALL li-room house. Apply 250 Itoelland st. X FOIt BALK li-rouiu noiine, .xu. oo.i Swenletown road. Apply on premises. FOll i'il-T line furnished r"!"' 432" Aeorn St. I'0 11 BALi' froT'iii house. i"'l rex'K foundation. HUinmor kltelun in base ment. Karlv callers will make bargain. 2C52 Union street, premises. i;i Mill Apply Foil BALL' 7-rooni hu:e vvlili rm'U foundation. 72C WtervvorlxMt- i 'Oil BALL C-i'eMiui vottac, at a 'bargain, 2014 Liberty street. Ilaym- b.iultovvn. FOll ULI Droit st. -8-rex.m house. API ly 1744 FOll rt.. BALl- House Vwe-0etowM. FOIt BAIJO House, No Yellow Jacket. Now ilii Tunnel 4USA Kb" FOll SALK 12-reK)tn house. 1''02 Lau rium st. READ THE NEWS WANT ADS. CO-LtOE8. FOll BALK House, Wo. Yellow Jacket. 4036 Oi k ti Foil BALl"-&-rooiii Iioumo anel barn. Apply ut 863 Caledonia st. Foil BALIC 5-room hoiiM cheao. 345 Caledonia nt. FX311 BALK Six-room Laurium St. house, 1C24 Fl)Il SALK 9-room houc, 730 IVater workrt st. 'x Foil BALK I'M ve-room house, J;52 Al bion, z MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES F. W. MeNair, Presidenl Irf.cole.1 In Ike Superior J' trlct. Mine, and mills cc"n" for college work. I'Vr Year Book nnd Reee.rd of Graduate! aPP' President or Secretary, HOUGHTON MICHIGAN UNDERTAKERS AND EMDALMERt Harper-Thomas Co. UNDERTAKERS AND Phone 14 Holman Dldg, Caluroe.. M AM call attended to either day J night. V. aho handle fnh cut (lov era (or vtcasion.