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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911.
PACE ftiX THE CALUMET NEWS. - I I . . . . . 1 MMBB J Harry Paul. mines and mining, stocks COPPER STATISTICS. While it !s undmiliu-dly to be wished that the f.ivoinlile hUllfetua f-r July hail ti tlfV vtiini) liy liu-ii -nfi-d d Mistlc U II 1 1 It s latin r tli:i!i ly a di-Iniulslx-d prodm timi ilu- to lntrely ttiiiMii at y f t ul 1 1 ii !! s. It U :i-nrihe-1 ks tit he reco.unl.i-d that tin- it !uiti"ii of tin world's iiccumul.ttinn by about 2t,Oiiti.O0O pounds Is utiMph liuis, .s.is the Fnuiiu-erln X- Mining Journal. At tht- middle nf 1 1 o the total visible sup 1 f y was ahoiit 41 .oj.nO. exclusive t.f the . tot Us at 1 I. unburn and Kotterdam that Were not thi ll 1 1 -po 'ti d. At tin em! of July, 1 y 1 1 , ihc tt.tal was about 2oi,itii),nn( 1 !m.. Im-luslvc nf Hamburg nd Rotterdam. In r.ii t, tin' aiiuiiiu latioii Jia.s ht'tii reduced In thiitn-n months ly about 120.oihi.imhi pounds. In j-plte .f the iiutllminlhht'd production Mini tin- oiiiiiurrcial rcictlon In the I nittil Stalts. The prrsetit Sou'; nl copper is iit-lth-ir alarming nor very uneoinfortabie. IT vf anept tht- ftatiflit-s of tin- Mi -talU-t si llx haft, usually uliibk-, tin world's 1 1 jiisn it 1 1 t ! n of copper in !'.! w;is about 1.973. tnillloii pounds, of w libit s:d million is about- 10 2-3 per cent., tr about ti niontlis' supply. It should he hoint' in mind th.a the present surplus should hf icvcd in enip.irisoii with thr pn sent consump tion, not in comparison with th.it of In i- years ago. In l'.UO tin- world's onsumptiou was Vi4.i'ni no trie tons against C.IS.'oio In 1 :'7. and In for the lir.st lim,' in cars. consumption mrpass.d production. The redn'ti-'ii In sPmUs in Kill indicaUs that the fame condition has prevail d ?n far during the current year. It is further more to he borne in mind that the pri st nt visible supplv rt i-rt m nt most ( f the copper that i.s imm. diatt !y available, the hr.iss makt rs. win draw - rs and sheet r-Ih rs c-arrir.g f ir 1 ss in tht ir yard.- than they used t do. The st k of copp r tan wwr he re dued to zero. It must hi- maintained at a considerable figure in order to conserve the conditions of trade and manufacture. AVe arc of the- opinion that there ought for ordinary safety to lie sixty t-r se- nty-th e million pounds in han-ls of American rtfimrs. ji nil ahout V million p-ounds in l'ur- pe and America cum.blr.ed. The eupper market has worked its If Into a Letter statistical position than It has ht Id for a lone time. The matter of coiuira Is. of course, whitlar the in.pro t rn nt in consumption is going to -.. !; with .- Jd. : r.t rapidity toab-?'-rl the to-w prodLiclh.il and continue to at int the stock. American mari- rsevt re in tin ir p.,1 at!; bu it.:; are clear that such a .h V. I op he t xpected. Coli- . t t r, e.ipahle of UTeat !:.!'.! ui.dtr th" slim i- s Thus the world's f ll'Os was nearly 7 p r of that of i::. that of lateJ that thtro wmuU Xx: a cut ti TS tints. Hut with the conservative pol Ivy which this company has pursued In the past, it can ht taken for grant ed thai the turnings warrant the 1 that was paid. Tho eonsolid .iti-n with Superior A: I'ittsburg kIvcs tho com-p.- ti a si'K ndid pht.u-.il ha-k.ng. Ix.lh in thvilopitl and undt i Iok-I or . while cists have htcn rt dm t l lalow . cents tr pound. Im ludin h -tti tastirn ami westtrn charti. reading u Koik i:.tnd St. Taul s.o. Ky i , I nioii Iac:ric lCI' Th.:'. I't.pper 31 3 Stc 1 Common 7ii'j S'i'I I'll 1H UNLISTEO STOCKS- si TO Ul': Calumet JL Hscia. "Talk of the ahand ninnt at the pit sent time of the Caium -l vi Iit-tla i t'lisoli.l.itiin plan Is ao.-.hittl' tro- ttuie." saj s an i;!ic'.i' of tin- I'alu- nu t A: li-cia. "It is important t us. as will as to otlnr tin. met il mtirtsts. to find out tin what It ; il a. sis tn fin put properties tegithf undi r the Michigan law. We cx,n .i a t!eciion from the supreme court of Michigan ht fore the end i f this va-, whith wiM till lis s um thin ahout the it atton, in' t ensolidation. of par val its to real .iiUi h." Goldfie'd Consolidated. The (h.ldtitld t'onsolitlated Mints company continues to mine and treat ahout I'.'al tons of ore daily ard is niak Irg a l ormal pro.luction ..f bullion It.ports from the m w workings on the dt t jityt levels in lh ate that largo ore hM!it a of e.vct lit nt ore have hcen ex posed httwten the iani)-f,u.t level t.f the fit rmont and the U'ltO-foot h vcl of the f,rl..l I'.ear. lYoni tho retoilts of samiilii'g in the drifts on tho K'tia- fi-ot hvtl and in the inteiniedi.it.e ahout 100 ft t t oil the Incline below tin lu' 0-f..ot It-vtl. It is apparent that theri a vast area of stuping backs i-rrltoi y. The dt t pt st work at Is on the ljno-fi,ot level. J A. Mtnniar v ft. eay Vduy: HUtll'r wiuknes tleXtlojd in t.u- New York market. Tho only caus a-iiiiitii was tho prospect of labt.r diillcnltits In tho middle wtst. Th situation I?i Morocco liktwiso caused i mo unaines. In t!:v cp;vr list AmaUatnated starte.l a Ptlhng move ment with : weak oj t-n'.ng. showing a loss of nvtr a point, t'oppt r flange tlroppe, tuickl.- from $.".3 to fT.O, on llht trading. North JIutto broke be i. w t:2 and f. & A. Sold below JK. flosing pri t-s wtro a trltlo steadier. a;h.acu there was iu heavy trading Arizona-f ininm rtial was j'. trifle tn-nger. The Lake properties Wen fairly will taken and closed with a little Investment buying notnl in some of the lowar priced issues and it will not take much more of this to relieve tho market and cause a substantial advance, although tho immediate out look is not promising'. (J. A. Mlnnsar & will be in this present MARKETS lv.st. kit f. l today. ht; ing I arts t avi raci n Althoir-h wiak. tho mar- coppers was dei idedly ht tter The demand has incre iscd .and ordt rs are c nilng in from all f tile country, attracted by the low prices. Wo believe firmly that row, th in r infal purchases of the ooiincrs . will show a good profit with a lit patience. Foster to I'alnc, Wch- & Co. l-facturcrs who i i y of hand-to-m ly of the opinion merit is r.. t V sumpti'-li is. ho, i im l ist S, epe- 1: Ills of low pri' -i em-urnpti ti rent, in t xi i J i r-1 .it 1 1 -.a.- tile triiieial ll-t that was umler great pre ssurt- today and It was very weak ami dispirited. local ly less pressure appeared but there was suflich nt to pn-vent any rally. 'uppers In Fovton held their own but trie oorihyrlts were notably weak change appear-- to be 1. J. Sturvls. Co.) islfl. Askesl 3'i 3'--AZnx 1C .i:d . 3 Al-'nmah Ariz. & Michigan . . . Ahmeek liutte Falk l;iht m;a 1 f hemung 4 Chief Cons CO Colorado Cons 30 Cortex 1 Chino IS Calumet Corbin l-'ax Calumet & Montana 20 Corbin Cupper SO Cactus l.lax Coldlichl Cons. .r.i ; uprx:uc Mli hlgtui. CALUMET SOCIAL CLUB. The tall roaon of itctixitles at ti Cnlnrmt . Social tlu probably will open about tho middle cf next month W hile no Meps have K.n taktn so far .t is tiktly that u determined effort will be rn.olo tt "bi.v-if the cIj'j mem btrshrp wiun the j-.itpr time arrive It is htl txeil that a large number of ni w numbers will be , mod. T.f exterior of the State .Saving lan' builuinn I ht!n- n-:alntod and .t r improvements nreii.tVv w ill hi ma.ie before the Stasoii i asses. PINE STREETS TRIMMED. Th Filio ft it el b:; led in an intcre tcrday by the "K. C." t.ial. tin ore In :n? m : all club was ting game yes tl.:li of Cent on IT. t 11. llus ml and ken l.ili were the battery for tho winners. The feature of tho ga was the hard liittlnu if tho vhtors. CLASSIFIED ADS SALESMEN. SALFSMAN l'timaneiit laying posi tlon to man familiar with electrical trade. Are-Kay Electric Coninanv. unton, (hio. REAL ESTATE. WANTED A PERSONAL INTER VIEW WITH ANYONE WHO AN- TICIPATES PURCHASING LOTS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD ADJOINING THE STEEL PLANT NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED NEAR DULUTH. I KNOW SOMETHING. ADDRESS B., CARE NEWS, CALUMET. tf .3 isu Home. stake . Hi ncock Indiana Insilr;itioii ., Keweenaw .. Kerr Lake ., I.a Ib-se .... Lake Copper U S. vi A. .. Live Oak ... S3 IS 6'4 2U 4'i lnx No in sight ua yet. BOSTON STOCKS. 1 '.)'.) vas ovir 1-' p of r." and that increase i f niore th. Iri' this period th. the pn-dm-tioi put-' of Ftal 1 1 r r i p 1 1 . 1 1 1 cot, sani'- rate u it will take Miami. Kay. nana at tin mums, which be afairad hi ni'iriths. If Fl.i make a greatly r cent, above that .f 1!I0 showed an n 3 p r cent. I ur- demand ocrto.k nit- , swollen by the ni w ai d Ni vad i. If cori inues to irn-ri ;ise at the in Die list thru- years care of the outputs of 'hir.o, J :i adt n and 1 lo r conti mplatt d niaxi hy the wa. will hardly H fore another i ii;hti cii should dicide to t nla rx d output, the market could, of lour just as it could If C. Anaioiula should ad fc, but that would be swamped. oppi r rjuccti ami pt the same iol tiot be ise pul ley, and the good tive man ieiiii nt elude It. We do l will be any aliaiidoniii b y nf i urtailim ut Inau : ar ao unl il improve a nditions Justnits it. ( lise t.f the respec will probably ex it think that thtre nt of matt d it nt ii ih pol- mt a H l-.t t Brokers' Gossip Ca'umet &. payment of a per ,h.iro by C n ei k mi li tan t la d from an ot!';. i i the i i i h mis w mis to th!" Mat i s bad ap.. ar-- TI: 'if II this ., out. that I'r. tnnal that -iK id- I l.ti-l ininail mii tiii" ttii Arizona. I ' i . i lit t ! ! dr. id. nd .' Aii..ma -I. it. to. rt t it t inn- ak'o ing earned, n veral in rit to show ! .- a i re not itely bef-.te being tarried, the dividi ml wet k rumors were elreu- A T C J TT C DpMflnoA CArlitniif Ml kill I iriWUUVIWIIUIIS4 I llll,li for pin en M. Jt-nk on i'ao-nltt. IJi"IIiriW to Inventim." t" Invent ions All iw-rit Fn. ,-',ierud linttnf iij.iiiU huy- r, ti-mrown c Utnl-t. SeiuJ niuv'h nki-l li nr niml.-l f-ir wHn.ti of I'Mtent ()Ti.-i rt-onl. Ix-ul rennwnl At ivt h in ;m latKH mul Town. Ilur Mr. Ilrn li-jr win formerly At-tlfii lnnmlit lnner ef l':it' i.tj and n mirh riml full rlinrirn tif U.S. P.-itent Oltir... OI.KKI I V A M-NTIKI I'nU-nt Attorney, WiiHliluuttui, II. t.. NOTICE OF DIVIDEND Calunitt and Arizona Mining Com pany has declared a dividend of One I'i'llar ($1.00) a Fhare, payable St ptem li r 2"th, 1311, to sior khold.-r.n of rec ord at the oh'Pe of tho liook of th" corporation St ptt mbi r Sth, 1311. Transfer Look close at tho close nf baidness September Sth, Kill, and re-opt n at the opening of btislnesj September 1Mb. KM 1. Gordon R. Campbell, . Secretary. I (Paine, Wabbar & Co.) i-'id. Asked. Amai r,:; r. s Adventure 4'i .", A11..U0 :i 22 Alcomah 3'i 3-y Arcidian Z 2 2Vt i:utte i:alk '"oalitioii i'li Ci.pjM-r Kange ."id',; fl .V A 47 i 4 S 1 i H 110 114 tntennial j a 'hin 1 7 i lSi I'aly We.-t C, Fast Kutte ! tij Franklin f,-; c;;i Jiroux 4 4 ilraiihy 7 2s 'Ireerie Can C f. Hancock 1 s 4 ISJ Hedhy C-dd 13 mi;, Indiana C 6'i Inspiration fi C,?H I-lo Koy ile i. -'xu K' rr Iike I '4 4 Kewer-naw 2 2 Lake 22 V 22 I.aSaih- 3 3'i Mass r, r,v Miami 1S K Miehi-an 2 2Vj M.diawk 37 3S M a (lower HO 1 North Lake 411 Nevada Cons 17 17'i North I'.utte 22 22'2 Nilii-lro? 7'i 7-v, old I-.m r.r, r.'iTi osie.-la sr. gr, Ojibway 37; 4 old ciony 1'; 2 ouiney ;3 r,r, Kay Cons 13 Sup K- liost-in 3'i ?, Superior 21 'i 23 Shannon S SV, Shittink 14s; K.li Tamarat k -Max Vl-toria 2 2'i Winona 4 4Ti W0U1 r In.- M7'a !i!) I Wj iindot 1 '-i ax ... . I .im- 21 r-; 21 v, Miami Ki Montana Clinton lSax New Keystone 2 .Mpissirig 77; Orioco m Kay Consolidated 11 Kay Central li Shatttick 14 Santa Kosalla 2 ."ax Sup. - Clobo 13ax Sup. & Koston Z Sup. & 1'ittaburg 13 South Kike 3"! Twiopah 5 Warrior 3a x sr. in ii cu 24 4'i 4 23 20 22 a i- lt'i i 15 WANTi:D riaccH fur young men nnd women to work before uml after m hool hourH for board or board ami room. Kmiuire nt or luldes.s Iaurlum Commercial School, Luurlum. tf RETURNS RUSSIAN VESSEL. Tokio, August 25. An official state ment will be Issued tomorrow, an nouncing the return to Kussia of t In former Kussian hospital ship Angara, which was tmuk by her crew at Fort Arthur in November, l'.ilM, to prevent the vessel falling into the hands of the Japanese. The chip was rclloatcd the following spring by the Japanese, con vertnl Into an auxiliary cruiser and added to the navy of Japan. She was then renamed the. Aneguwa and used as a training ship. NEW YORK STOCK. (Gay & 6turgia.) itUTL. Clow Amalgamated r H "4 7"n Airier. Car 43 43 Atchison 103 1034 Anaconda 35 341 Arm r. lyioi.motlvc 30 34 Smelters f.O-X, GS Sugar 1H 114 M. IL T t-.K 74 n. A o 100 93 t; C. ft N. V 140 140 Krie 2i Ct. Nor. I'f-l. 123 1214 Cnn. C.as 133 132 '4 L. & N 141 141 Amor. I'hone 132 132 Illinois Central 1 S H 4 13SV M. K. & T ; 30 29 '4 Mo. rftolflo 40 40 Northern Pacific 117 116 Tennn 120 120 People!! Gas 103 JOlVi SINGER IN AEROPLANE. Miss Grace Hoopes, at Royal This Week, Made Trip With Hoxey. Miss tlraoo Hoopes lla- clever young- woman at the I loyal thin week whose sweet soprano voice lias made her a favorite with the patrons of the popular vaudeville house, Is somewhat f a high llitr, as she Is among the lew young women in the country to experience the pleasure of a trip In Hying machine. Arch lloxey, the pilot of one of the Wright machines was the chauffeur of the uerlal craft that carried Miss Hoopes on her journey through the clouds. Incident lly it was lloxey who gave Colonel Kooscvolt his first ride in an aero plane, therefore tho young vaudeville artist feels highly honored. It hap pened that the brother of Miss Hoopes waa a personal friend of the aviator. ind after considerable coaxing the oung woman induced her brother to ifk lloxey to give her a ride. The trip was made last Hummer, und 11s Miss Hoopes describes It, "I felt Just like a bird and was not a bit afraid until after we had landed then the realization of what might possibly ve happened while wo were soaring through space came over ine and I linost fainted." In other worlds of sport Miss Hoopes had established n reputation. She handles u rifle, like native of the woods, has waded the trout strcums of northern Wisconsin on many occasions and can east a lly with the most experienced angler. "I always Fpond my vacation In the woods or at my father's cottage In northern Wisconsin." said Mlsg Hoopes. F. OF A. SUPREME OFFICERS. The Foresters of America In ses sion at Iotrolt, have fleeted supreme officers, its follows: Supreme c'nlef ranger, Harry W Mure Pennsylvania: supremo sub chief rnnirer. t!. P. Hondon, California; funremo treasurer. IMward H. O'llrlen Massachusetts; supremo secretary, I M. Donnelly, Now Jersey; supreme re- nr,r,iin nrret a ty. Charles . Ungley Connecticut: supreme medical xamln er W O ftmlth, Ohio; supremo senior woodward. M. T McLoughlln. Rhode T.ion. lunlor woodward, .William r FOR SALE !' K SALK Household cheap r.t 111 Osceola St., furniture Laui ium -31 HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED FIRST-CLASS TAILOR, NEAT APPEARANCE. WHO CAN ALSO WAIT ON TRADE. APPLY JOHN HALL, 423 5TH ST., CALU MET. -25 HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTKI) Girl for general house work. Apply to Mrs. M. W. Youngs. f.01 pine street. Corner of Sixth. tf. WANTKI J Kxperlcnccd night cook. Apply In person. Central Hotel. Hod Jacket. tf W'ANTKD C.irl for general work. Apply New o.'liee. house-tf tlee of the Ilegister of Deeds of paid County, known as I'lorldas Addition to Calumet Village (Now Kautlum) expressly re.-ervin.? and excepting herefrom neverthi hys. to tho Calumet Hicla Mining Campany. a corpora tion organized und existing under the laws of the State ir Mlchigun. Its sue cessois or assigns, all minerals und metals ihcicon und therein, and the liht to mine those metals to wltnin fifteen 1 1.1) feet of tho surface of tne rock; Together with the hereditaments and appurtenant os thereof. I atc.l this twenty-fourth (24) day of August. A. I). KUl. PKTTKIl KCPPl) Mortgagee. . V. KKKR. Attorney for Mortgagee, I'u-iness address; Calumet, Michigan. Aug. 11-1S-23 Sept. 1. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The probate court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the probato offico In the village of Ilouchton. In uald county, on the 0th day of August, A. !., 1911. Present: Hon. Oco. C. P.entlcy. Jinliu- of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of James Shi a, Di ceased. James A. Shea having filed in said urt his llnal administration nceount, mil his petition pruying for the allow ance tlicri-ir una lor ine nssignmeni and distribution of the residue of said state. It is Ordered, That the Seventh day f September A. I).. 1911, at ten o'clock the forenovn, at said probate olnco, ami Is hereby appointed for exam- .ini' and allowing said account and hearing said petition; It la Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, ont o each week for three successive weeks previous to f-ald day of hearing. In tho Calumet News a newspupe? printed and circu lated In said county. (Seal) GEO. C. DENTL.EY, Judg-e of Probate, A true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Trobate. WANTED. LEQAL NOTICES. NOTICE. On nnd after this date I will not bo i-csponsihl? for any debts Contracted by my wife. Marv Kovroncloh In mv name Joseph Lovrenclch. August 2.1th, 1911. -s8 Aug. 6. Sept. 1, S. 1.1, 22. 29. Oct 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10. 17. MOKTOAOK SAL.E. iK-fault having been made In thei conditions of a certain mortgage made and executed by Josenh Stukol and Mary Stukel. his wife, of Calumet Town;-!iip, Houghton County, Michi gan, parties of the .first part, and Peter rtuppo of tin- same place, party f tho second part, bearing date the llh day of July, A. I)., 1909, nnd re orded in the oflk-e of the Kegis,tor of Deeds for the County of Houghton, Michigan, on the 2sth day of July, A. I)., 1909, in I.lber WW. of mortgages n pages 22 aril 2.1, on which said mortgage there Is claimed to bo duc at the date of this notice the sum of Twelve Hundred Ninety-seven and Fifty ono-hundrodths (1297.00) Dol lars, and no rroreodlncs at law or In tuity having been Instituted to re cover the moneys secured by sa'd morgago or any hart thereof: My reason of default In tho payment of Interest, taxes and Insurance for thirty days, the principal sum secured by said mortgage is hereby declared to he due; the option of the said Peter Ruppe to that effect, being hereby de- lared by paid Peter Ruppe to be ex ercised in accordance with the provi sions in Fald mortgage. Now therefore, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mort gage nnd the statute In such case made and provided, notice Is hereby given that on Saturday, the eighteenth (IRth) day of November', A. D. 1911. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, there will be sold nt public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House In the Village of Houghton. In the County of Houghton Michigan, (that being the place where the Circuit Court for said county Is hidden) the promises described In said mortgage or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount due on sHld mortgage, with Interest nt the rate , of six (6) per cent per annum, nnd nil legal cost. Including an nt torney's fees nf Thirty-five (35) Pol lars, as also provided for In said mort age. The premise described In said mortgage being all that certain pieeof or parcel of land situate and being In the Township (f Calumet In the Conn ty of Houghton nnd State of Mlohl Ran. nnd described as follows to-wlt: Its numbered Seventeen (17) and Flghten (19) in p.loch numbered Nine (9), the same bflng n portion of Innd f-mbraoed In nnd ' described according to a plat of land, on record In the of Aug. 11-18-25 Calumet. Mich., Aug. 11th, 1911. To Whom It May Concern: The co-partnership heretofore exist ing between L-udwIg Hnchor nnd An ton Sterk under the linn name of Kaehor & Sterk is hereby, by the mu tual consent of the parties, dissolved; the said Anton Sterk continuing in the business and la entitled to collect all the accounts duo the llrm, and he does hereby assumo all Indebtedness owed by the nrm, und agrees to pay the same. ANTON STERK. LUDWia 15ACIIOR. Aug. 23 Sept. 1-8-13-22 THE NEW HAVEN COAL MINING COMPANY. Notice of Sale of 'Stock for Non-Pay ment of Assessment. Notice Is hereby given that under and by virtue of a resolution of the Hoard of Directors of the New Haven Coal Mining Company, and the statute In such case, made and provided, there will be sold t public vendue to the highest bidder, at the ollice of the com pany at Kaurlum, Michigan, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of the 27th day of September A. D. 1911, the following described shares of tho capi tal stock of said company standing in the names of the following persons, for non-payment of assessments levied and called on said etock nnd payable as follows: Assessment No. 1 of one dollar per share, called November 10, 1909, paya ble December 12, 1909. Assessment No. 2 of two dollars per share, called December 1, 1910, paya ble one dollar on Januury 20, 1911 nnd onu dollar on March 22. 1911. Together with Interest on said un paid assessments or Installments there of from the said respective dates ut the rate of live per cent, and tho expenses of notice and sale, unless said assess ments, or Installments thereof, and the Interest and expenses of notice und sujo be sooner paid. In tho following list the character placed after tho certificate number means old cert I Ilea te which Is entitled to four shares of stock for every one upon belng; surrendered to tho company. Stock on Which the whole of both assessments is due and unpaid: f Paine, Webber & Comp'y Bankers and Brokers BOSTON, MASS. , MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange Cotton Stock Exchange New York Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade. nil. CALUMET BRANCH: W. L. STANNARD, Resident Manager. J. A. MINNEAR & CO. BROKERS Calumet, Mich. Laurium Mich. MARKETS AT A GLANCE RAILS AGAIN LOWER IN NEW YORK MARKET. " i" COPPER STOCKS OPENED WEAK . , COPPER RANGE LOST 3 POINTC. SOME GOOD BUYING OF LOWER PRICED COPPERS TODAY. Salt Lake, Cobalt and TonopahStocks'.Quoced Constantly Direct Copper Wire Con necting All Our Offices With Boston and New York Giving Our Customers the Bene fit of Instantaneous Service GAY & STURGIS BANKERS AND BROKERS MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE 101 Milk Street Boston, Mass. Calumet Branch! 108 Fifth Street Phones: North 813.814 Roy A. Young, Manager Name .243S .190 .126H Adrlnnl. Jternnrdo roglla, Giovanni Orivettl. I'letro' Glnnpaoli, IMctro Glachlnovleo, Oulscppe 114S Heck. Henry 26CS Lnurlum Printing Co. 80 Lrfiurlum Printing Co. 201 Mn.nlo, Joe 122 Mllano, Oulseppe 12SS Mncnulny, Anpus .... 10 Plcconntto, Itatlsta ..121 Roch, Joseph 78 Stock on which all of No. 2 is unpaid: Name Ctf. No. Ain't. No. Shares. Due .22SS 12 $36.00 4 7 4 8 4 S 11 K 4 llfi 4 40 12.00 21.00 12.00 21.00 12.00 24.00 33.00 24.00 12.00 34S.O0 12.00 120.00 assessment Ctf. No. Am't. No. Shares. Due. Mosso, Louis 1S1 70 $140.00 Itassonl, Felix 14 152 304.00 Ilalma, Oulseppe 94 8 16.00 pono, Giovanni 17 8 1.00 nianchl, Andrinl lor. 8 lfi.00 Pertodotto, John 160S 8 lfi.00 P.usclo. John & Pros. 98 8 16.00 Iluscio, John 188 4 8.00 Harper-Thomas Go, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERI Phone 14 Holman Bldg, Calumet, M'oh All cell attended te either day t night. We alto handle fresh cut Hew ers for any oecaafeiw Ask The Man Who checks on this bank which he considers the safer way to carry money CARRY CASH IN THE POCKET OR ONE OF OUR CHECK BOOKS The Check Book is tho Only Wav. When safety and convience are considered. THE CALUMET STATE BANK Capita! $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits 50,000.00 P.enardl, John & Wlfo.135 Hoggin, Churles 152 Horgettl, Dom ....1.197 Hegondo, Peter 192 Cabclln, Curio Ill Ceiitenlno, John 143 CVrnlo, John & Wife. 24 Capello, Aurclia 143 Cupcllo, (Juiseppo ....132 Clmlno, Giovanni .... 4 Cerutti, Maria 1T.3 Curto, Joseph ....... 48 Ourto I-.tati! 47 Cnstlglluno. Attllio ..ll8 Delaurente, Giovanni 53 Deflllpl, Giucumo ....130 Knrlco, Antonio C rcilcnu, Antonio 170 Furno, Joe 76 Fassonn, Kugonlo .,..149 tj rosso, peter 138 Grlvettl, Pi-tro 124 Gumetro, Fninelsco .. 97 Glogu, Charles & ife.102 Gesne, Andrinl 1S9S Gesne, Andrinl . .' 227S Gotto, Paolo 151 Gluglio. Antonio 137 Grlslano, P.atlsta ....187 GiiRlielmo, Joseph .... 9 Galetto. Anton 184 Johnson, ("has. L..... 84 Kosler, Frank 144 Mllano, Gulscppo .... 92 Masacih, Grouse 13 Mnlnardl, John 159 Monlanl, Victoria .... 87 MlRlio, Joseph 112 Musso. Caslmlro 18 Maroclnl, Natale C6 Mlglio, Domenlco .... 8 Mcqueen, D. K 34 6S Mantz. Chas 79 Nlpoll, Paolo fi Ohart. Alexander ....189 Olson. FJmer 173 Piatt I, Glacnmo 147 Paton, Uruce J C4 Plerino, pHoIr 107 Pnrdlnl, Amadeo 133 Plcchlottlno, Hrnest .. 27 Klcca, Maria 25 iUstello. John H 28 It I vn, Lulgl 194 Itlchetta, Joseph CO ItlVH, llatlsta ISO Itafnelll, Federlco ...,r3 Hoveda. Rlva Pictro. .21SS Hlnoldl. Glnoofflo ....156 ,Scrra, John 148 8 16 8 8 4 20 8 8 60 116 8 24 8 8 4 20 4 8 21 24 8 8 12 8 12 8 CO 8 40 20 GO 8 8 S 16 8 8 24 80 20 8 20 10 8 4 8 8 20 8 4 8 80 4 20 8 8 8 16.00 32.00 16.00 16.00 8.00 40.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 120.00 232.00 16.00 48.00 16.00 16.00 8.00 40.00 8.00 16.00 42.00 4S.00 18.00 16.00 21.00 16.00 24.00 16.00 120.00 16.00 80.00 40.00 120.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 32.00 16.00 16.00 48.00 160.00 40.00 16.00 40.00 20.00 16.00 8.00 16.00 16.00 40.00 16.00 8.00 16.00 160.00 8.00 40.00 16.00 16.00 1C.00 Samondi, Chas 113 Sand ret to, Jas. L...'. . 22 Toscano, Antonio .... 19 Toscuno, Antonio ....160 Torreuno, John 55 Tappero, Hartholomew HI Tinettl, Hatlstta Tlnetti. Iiouis . . Tinettl, IiiIm . Vairo, Vincent Vulro, Vincent . Valro, Vincent . Vincent . Vincent ; Stephen . Antonio ., Antonio . John . . Vairo, Valro, Valle, Valle, Valle, . Xerottl. ,..171 ,..177 ...180 ...110 ..123 ,..175 ,. .178 ..191 .. 42 .. 41 ..109 ..37 8 16.00 20 40.00 44 SK.0O 8 16.00 20 40.00 8 16.00 100 200.00 50 100.00 50 100.00 20 40.00 8 16.00 100 200.00 ' 8 16.00 . 6U '. 120.00 8 16.00 20 40.00 8 16.00 32 61.00 20 40.00 4 8.00 4 8.00 32 61.00 8 16.00 .anottl Pros 163 Zanottl. Antonio 273S Zana, Domenlco 182 ana, Domenlco 120 Zanottl, Georgio 162 Stock on which the last installment of Assessment No. 2 is due and un paid: Name Ctf. No. Am't. No. Shares. Due. Hurghl, Antonio 117 8 J8.00 lierchuconl, Alexandre 57 4 4.00 Furno, George ; 155 16 16.00 Iavello, Chas 185 8 8.00 Lavarlnl, Camilla .... 88 16 16.00 Lenlse, Emllio 136 8 8.00 Magnlno, John & wife 106 8 8.00 Pnsipilnelll, Ixnn ....115 8 8.00 Ferona, Horcnz 193 C4 61.00 Peronn, Iorenx 204 8 8.00 Supclla, I.ulgl 12 20 20.00 S.intlnl, Marco 118 8 - 8.00 Py order of the Hourd of Director of the New Haven Coal Mining Com pany. Dated 1911. E. F. ItOYD, Secretary. Lnurlum, Michigan, July 5, UICHIR1N COL I FRF OF UIKES F. W. McNatr, prealdenl Located In lka Superior dm trlct Mlnea and tullle a-oceeelble for college work. For Tear Beok and Record of Orr.duatea applJS o President or Secretary, HOUGHTON MICHIGAN