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THE CALUMET NEWS.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1911( FAGK WG 1 " - i MflVES AND MINING, TAMARACK. ("Mirations at Tama ruck Xu 5 shaft arc confined to the d.iy h:l't. th niht forces t.ulrig recently le n illmi.Md. Ttiid hliaft Id among ihe largest in t:ic w rl.l, uml, coiiMei ing tho amount exjKnJol for its kinking and equip ment, one of the biKcst disappoint monta ;is a mining venture. Its kn-a-t ion In in the center of what is known as the liht-st mineralised portion of tfie L'ahnmt eoiik:loiiu-rate, as evidoric eii by all the ground iieiied up on the Calumet & ll.cl.i. In its pinking it wah directed t the hanie copper course us that living wrought at No. 4 shaft of tlie Culumt t llecla, and which is a continuation of the lode cut by the Wonderful lied Jack, t liaft if the latter at u depth of about 4.50'J f.et. No. ." shaft commands an enormous Firctch of territory, particularly with d th. so that had the fates been kind the eotupany would have an xtcndcd future of profitable operations. It may be said that No. ." shaft proved a disappointment from the first day it disclosed the Mg con glomerate, its yield hclng fur below Hint of its more fortunate neighbor, nor did it improve to any extent with subsequent developments. The open ings now present occasional Kood stretches, but not sufficient t brins the desired mill results. No. 4 shaft proved a disappointment only In a lesser decree, while of late ears the most consist nt re ults w re furidsheil from . 3, the world".' tit p-t shaft. The situation as a whole presents a gloomy outlook, th factors of de; mining, expensive cross-cuts and declining yield sun ly innkln? for uncertainty, with the fu ture to determine If they can be ovor c me. Since the Inception of tao Company, Its affairs have been nd:nlr ably managed. The Tamarack is an offshoot of the St. .Mary's Mineral Lund company ami the comment -em nt of mlnlntr operations by it marked th inception of the most Interesting min ing pr ject In the history of the min ing Industry in the Iike copper re gion. Much "has been said and writ ten on this subject, but tin- true con dition of affairs was that In the early eighties the Calumet & Hecla com pany fully appreciate! the value of the Tamarack lands, and submitted a proposition to J. I). Clark, since de ceased, of the Clark-Ifisi low proper tits, for their purchase. After due consideration Mr. Clark compile! that the operation of the property by means of vertical shafts was feasible, and cnseiUi nt!y declirn d the offer' and organize, the Tamara.'k company in 12 I.ookimr ha. k. and hiving In mind ti e t norm..'.: exj leUtures for haft sinking and cross-cuts th- fact 1 most apparent t.'iat the Us re -ults from t!: Tannra -k cop;. r values would have boon ocu.rl by tie pass ing of the property to the Calurn t & Hecla. Th? market career of Tamarack s rves as a fore ful Illustration f thp hi.rt t-i whbh speu!.itb.n ha t n firrid on u nclf v-l iped values, witfi an retire ;iire-ard for aniortl 7a t Ion and In Tart anything oth. r than Immediate results. About years atro. Tamarack sIl at S3v) pt r sliar-, th's w hen the mlno was producing above 2'V""'.'1"'' pounds of copper per annum and pouring n rteovt ry of ?, t pound-; per P n f rock. Paying $20 per .share per annum, arid wlfh the prospects of No. j striding great riches in the falum t cnslo n cmte, ti.ese Mian s enjoyed an excep tional market until It became appar ent that there existed a vital weak ness In the company's u-sct. that of proved nnd prospective ore tonnage. Tamarack discontinued divl lends in X'Mil, during which Us shuns ibi'-tuat-ed bet..v. .n 1T' and !,1. Iivid. n Is r-emnit need In l1, and the aggregate di-trlliiit d to th. shun holders during this brbf j.erlod was t'.K l.'a, ooo, ,.r lir.T per share, an excel!, nt return to the original Investor. Tamarack Is one of the si veral fail ures during recent years, n suiting from either th' sudden depletion or sharp decline In ore values, a f ict that 'has since emphasized tin- physical ad Viiti'.'njf of the leading porphyry pro ducer, sin h n I'tuh Copn r. Hay Consolidated and "hi no. in the pur chase of whb h for Invctm nt the I i r , r if rb'k common to mining e;irl:l.- Is reduced to the minimum, liwifiK t th. etiojn.lty of their proved ore tonnaps and the assurance of nn'formly favorably operating costs, Laving the price of copper jiractlcally I Ilkl.K-i Pm" pa't-nfu. liook on Fmtiritn. Jl"llirttn to invt.Ttnm." I Invent iimn J kT Jlt MUk. C. f nt.M full" All iwnt FVor, 8(icciul list of imit,U' huy- m, lomrown i-Ten. sw-ml roun nKo-n or rrvulej for rrh of rftit Oilwe rtwirdi. I..M.I n.mwi.imhrM In nOCItW- ftrvl Townn. hir Mr. Gr.V wrui trmuft Arthiif 0nin ftwt cif Pt'iM ml "irh f ill rhttrvn 1 t;. s. p0'ti ottw-. ontKi-tv mmniikk, I'Mtrut AUru-jr, WnahingUjii, 1. C NOTICE OF DIVIDEND Calumet ond Arizona Mining Com pany han declirtd a dividend of One Iiollar ($1 00) a share, payable Septem ter 25th, 1911, to Mock holder of rec ord nt thf trope of the Hooks of tho corporation September 8th, 1911. i Transfer Hooks ctofl st the cloft c-f business Kcptemtxr 8th, 1911, find re-open at the opening of business 8ttember 18th, 111. Gordon R. Campbell, i Secretary. the only f.ature fer speculation Huydcn, Stone A Co. l'.oston Confidence Increased to .diuht t-Jttent today but this did not lrin mutli additional buying. Th situation is so mixed that no one feels like taking a decided position In tiu market. With prices at practically ttu lew figures for the year there Is n snap to the rallies and at every little advam-e all buying seems to stop. The .-t.oit intciesl id beiumin- heavier every tiny and the atrare sjeulat has almost forgotten how to buy and is only waiting f.r rallies t sell on Such a situation as this always means a sharp rally acainst the .liort Inter est and th's N due before hnir Foster of l''ie. Webber & Co. I'ostoii There were two sides to the markets today. The customary drive was made shortly after the opening but it failed to brin out the usual li iuid iti.'ii. Trices rallied really at thi tlose and caused a much htter feeling;. There must be an end. some of these days to this protracted liquida tion but it is too early at the moment to be at all certain it has come as yet. Ix.cally there were very few stocks for sale and the bids while limited, were somewhat in excess of supply cansinR a firm clo-dn. Fait the mar ket Is Just as painfully narrow as ever and shows iin very positive indication of Improving. 1. J. SUitrIs. BOSTON STOCKS. (Paine, Wtbber &. Co.) jIARKETS ; Fid Askod Amalir imatt d r,6T Advtnture 5 Alio'!. 23'.. 23 .Mc. n ah .".'i 3 Arcadian 2'i 2'i Ariz. Commeriial 33 39 Futte & lkilk. 3 Coalition 13 13'4 Copp r kar.-'c 31 32 Cal. & Arizoni 40'i 49- Calumet & Hecl i 410 413 Centennial i Chir.o 1S Oily West 3 34 Fast Futte l' 10'4 Franklin f " Clroux 4; 4'4 C.ranby 2S 29 ?reene Can in a C C Hanc.xk 1 '-i 19 I led ley (bid F.ax Indiana C-'-; 7 F;piration i . 67; blc IV-yale 12 !i 13 K rr Lake 37i 4 Keweenaw 21; 2U Iike 21 24 'i La Salle 3'.i 4 Mass 314 C Miami 17'i 17 Michigan 1 1m 2 Mohawk 2S 40 Mayflower 90 1 North Like 4'4 l Nevada Cons 17 1 7 ',4 North Futte 23s, 23 Niplssinrr ' 7 ild Lominion 37 3S Osceo'u b0 &S njibway 4'i S'- nl 1 Colony 14 ' l"; Farrot 9 10 Qnincy G3 6'.':: Fay Coi o!id at d 13 14 Sap. Fo..toti 214 2 Superior 234 2 4 ' i Shannon b S Shattiuk lCUax .... Tan.ara'k 2 2' 4 24 I'. S. Minim- 32 '4 32 Ftah Copper 42 43 Ftah Cnsolidate.1 11 12 Victoria 2 2'i Winona 3 f Wolverine 9S 100 Wyandot 73 1 Zinc 22i 23 NEW YORK STCCKb. (Gay & Sturgis.) 3Fi Close &7 47; 102 r.3 33 113H Amal. Anor. Car 4714 Ift2', 34 motive 34', A r.s',4 113 Atchison . Anaconda Amor. Loci Sm Iters . Susar .... EVERY DAY IS A "SPECIAL" DAY WITH US, for evtry pice of work, very day, receives Special Attention i. i Will save you many dollars dur. ing the year, and give perfect satisfaction. Calumet Dry Cleaning and Dye Works Phon' 640 for our solicitor. Sixth street Calumet. r UlCHIGAi C0LLE6E OF CUES F. W. McNarr, Priarrl Located In Lftk Superior din trlcf, Mine and ulUa aoeaaatbl for college work. Per Tear Deo and Itecord of Graduate applf! o Prasldent or Secretary. HOUGHTON MICHIGAN STOCKS 15. It. T TS'i 73' It. & 0 93?i F.rie 29. :'Ui Ct. North pfd 121'i 122H I'ons. :as 132 132 I, A: N 140; 140i Amer. Fhone 13 1 N. 134 M. K. T 29- 29 '4 M. Facile 26 North Fad tic 114 114 Fcnna 12' 119 Fcople Cas 104 101 Keidiim 13S 139f-i Ib.ck Island 24 U 23?i St. Faul : 111 112i South liy 2f.'i 20 Fnlon Fuclilc 1C3 163 Steel Con e',; CSli Steel pfd 114 1H; Wuhai pfd 27!i 27 LISTED STOCK J. A. Mlnnear & Co. say today: The markets were a trifle irregular, thoush somewhat higher. Iuk of Im portant news, both from abroad and elating to the labor situation seemed to retard Increased interest. London was a buyer of stocks at tho opening-. The firmness displayed by the copper hares, remains a feature worthy of mere than parsing Intcrert. There se- urltlc3 for some days past have t :.l!y I snored the New York market. ind as soon as the New York list turns, coppers will likely fellow the cad ami sell . considerably higher. C & A. was up one point to $30, tin the ws that It had opened up ore deeper than yet discovered in any of the prop- rty In the camp. The news is the most important received from Fisbee for al most two years. Trading on the curb was without particular interest. Inspi ration was up fractionally to $7. S. S: was 1 rm at $24. The advance In Iike to $23. d'd not help the South F.ange issues very much. (J. A. Minnear & Co.) Iilrt. Asked Alcomah . Arizs. & Michigan Ah miek Futte Falk Fohemia . Chemung Chi f Consolidated Colorado Cons. 0r fez .13ax .130 . 4 . 1" . 4 lf.O 41i .70 .30 .33 Vi 19 .13 .33 1 .93 3'i 10 '4 1 571 4V CV4 83 18 Chino lS'i Calumet Corbln ... Calumet t Montana Corbin Copper Cactus Davis Duly .10 .30 , .111) .13ax .90 lH-nn Arizona 5 Fast Futte Mayflower Coldficld Cons (Ilroux Greene Cananea Momestake Hancock Indiana 10 90 5 4 C 82 18 G',i Inspiration CVs Keweenaw 2 Kerr Lake 3 Keating 2r;i La Hose 4 Lake Copper 24 '.a I S. & A lax Live Oak IS Miami 17VV Montana Clinton 13ax New Keystone 1 old Colony H'd 1 4 8 4Vj GT4 l- 14 1 11 Vi .30 New Ful tie 4 Niplssing 7 North Kike 4U . 3 l's 13 V, IV 17 .20 .30ax .10ax 2U 14 VA 4 6 2a x .43 OJibway Oneci P. ay Cons Fay Central Shattuck Santa Uosalla ... Summit Sup. &. (Jlobo Sup. & P.oston ... Sup. & Pittsburg South I ike Tuolumne Tonopuh Warrior South llecla 13 4 4V 6 PORCUPINE STOCKS. (J. A. Minnear & Co.) Pearl Iftko 33 Holllnger 10 Porcupine Gold 43 Swastika 30 Porcupine Central Iomo Uxtension 0 Preston 2fi Crown Char 30 Imperial 10 .40 11 i .43 .33 1H .f.2 .27 .33 .12 STRIKE IS AVERTED. Shopmen on the Illinois Central Will Not Walk Out. Chicago, 111., Sept. 12. The strike threatened by the Fhop- The strike threatened by the shop men of tho Illinois Central railroad be cause the railroad refused to recognize the system' federation of mechanical employes, was averted yesterday. The chief preventative Influence was tho positive action of the executive board of the International Association of Machinists, In session at Duven port, Iowa, refusing to authorize the strike on the grounds that the system federation had not conducted Its nego llntlons properly with the Illinois Central and because the strike would Imoerll the working nBTrement now existing between the railroad and sev eral of the International unions. After an extended conference be tween the committee of the syRtem federation and the conference commit tee of officials of the International unions Involved, during whbh long distance telephone consultations were held w.lth the machinists' executive board at Davenport, the federation's officers decided to address a comma nl cation to the Illinois Central shopmen who voted In favor of n strike, setting forth the objection nnd recommenda tion of the International union. vP. McCrerry, president of tho system federation, and his com mittee, nut with W. F. Kramer and the committee of international ofllcers todu, they received word from luven port that the machinists' cxecutlv board had voted positively against the proposed strike. As the machinists arc of the utmot Importance In the federation of rail road shopmen, a strike without the benefit of financial usslsluncc from the international union was to be consid ered highly hazardous to the welfare of the federation. TO INSTALL OFFICERS. The recently elected and appointive officers of Calunict Chapter, Order of Kastorn Star will be installed this evening. Following are the appoint. Ivo officers: Ada Mrs. Harry llosklng. Kuth Miss Myrtle Mac lonald. lather Mrs. Kdwurd C. J'.ast. Matliia Mrs. Oordoti It. Campbell luYctn Miss Mayme ochm. Chaplain Mrs Francis Panicl Krause. Marshall Mrs. Alex Andrew. Organist Miss Mae Kinsman. . Warder Miss Mayme C.rierson. Sentinel Mrs. Fdward odgers. PLAYERS DISCOURACED. Members of the Calumet baseball team nre somowhut discouraged over the poor support that has been given the ennie during the last few weeks In Calumet. During the earlier part of the reason, the Calumet team was given good support, and the aggregate receipts probably exceed those of any other team in the league, but several of the games played recently have been so poorly patronized that the team did little better than break even. If the fans want baseball again next season. It Is up to them to support the team. BRANCH AT LAKE LINDEN. Harper & Thomas, the -Fifth street undertakers, have decided to branch out In business In the copper country They have secured Joseph Prince, of Lake Linden, to act as their agent there and opened up today in Mr. Prince's hardware store for business. The local firm this morning shipped to Lake Linden a number of caskets, and material noceVsary for the busi ness, and Is establishing its new quar ters. MACKAY HAS CLOSE CALL. New York, Sept. 12. Captain Oeorge W. Muckay of the signal corps of the Micldgan National (luard escaped se rious injury at the aviation field on Long Island today when the mono plane In which he had made several circuits of the field fell on a fence and the machine was wrecked. Captain Mackey was designated by Governor Osburn of Michigan to study aviation, so that he might Instruct other mem bers of his corps. Don't wait, come at once or you will lie loo lute. Pianos going now five and six a day. Cable Piano Co., Closing out sale, 113 3th St., Calumet. 12 AGENTS WANTED. A GOOD AOKNT WANTKD In every town to represent an oil established life insurance company that makes a specialty of temperance rltks, low rates and liberal contract to capable man. Address S. Wilson, Secretary. 233 F.roadway, New York. -16 LOST. LOST Orange Persian cat. Reward If returned to Mrs. Jamcn Mac- Naughton, Calumet. 14 FOR GALE FOR HALE Two-oven gas range In good condition. Also range tank gas heater Prices reasonable. Apply News ofllce. Calumet. tf FOR RENT Room with nil conven iences; Hultabl for young man. Apply 01, corner Pine and Seventh streets, Red Jacket. tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT C room house, 200 8th St. Inquire If. J. Vivian. -13 HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED 2 good boys over 1C years of age, for two weeks' work. For esters' News Stand. 12 HF.LP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED Immediately several capa ble Intelligent girls. Apply Calumet Hotel, Calumet. -14 WANTKD Experienced girl for pen- era! housework. Apply in evenings 209 filh St. -13 WANTED. WANTED To rent, five or six room, ulngle' house, modern improvements, with yard, Red Jacket or Laurium or vicinity. Must have by Oct. 13. Apply E, News office. Calumet. tf FURNISHED ROOMS. WANTED Furnished room for father and young son. Must be reasonable and in Newtown or Red Jacket. Ap ply "Z," Care of News office. LEGAL NOTICES. Aug. 29, Sept. S, 12, 19. STATE OF MICHIGAN, The probate court for the County of Houghton. At a pension of said court, held at the probate ofllce in tho village of Houghton In said county, on the 23th day of August, A. D. 1911. Present, Hon. Geo. C. Rentley, judffe of probate. In the matter of the estate of James Martin Jenkln; deceased. Catherine Cocking Rowe having III - i-ill, ,, m 1 1 : I CLASSIFIED ADS id In, said court her petition praying that the administration de bonis lion of so hi estate be grunted to J. Wesley Downing, or to some other nultable person. It is Ordered, That the 21st day of September A. U., 1911. ut ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate olllce, be and Is hereby appointed for hairing said petition. It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publica tion of a copy of this order once each week for three successive weeks pre vious ta said day of hearing, in th' Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated In paid county. Seal) GEO. C. UENTLEY. Judge of Trobate. A true copy. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Probate. MacDonald & Kerr, Atfys for Estate. Calumet, Michigan. Aug. 22-29. Sept. S-12-19-2C, Oct. 3-10- 17-24-31, Nov. 7-14. MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage made by Frank Pechauer and his wife Ilen- itta Pechauer. of Calumet, Michigan to Fattlste Marta, of the Village tt Taurlum, Michigan dated the 31st day of December A. D., 1910, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the County of Houghton nnd State f Michigan, on the 1st day of July . D., 1911, in Liber IT. U. of Mort gages, on page 531, on which nrortgago there Is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, for principal and In terest the suin, of One Hundred Fifty five nnd 73-100 Dollars, nnd an Attor ney's fee of Fifteen Dollars, as pro vided for In said mortgage, and no suit or proceedings at law having been In stituted to recover the moneys secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof. NOTICE IS HEREFY GIVEN, That by virtue of the power of sale contain- d In said mortgage, and the statute in such case made and provided, on Thursday the ICth day of November, D., 1911 nt 10 o'clock In the fore noon, the undersigned will, at tho front door of the Court House In the 'illage tf Houghton, in the County of Houghton, State of. Michigan, that be ing the place where the Circuit Court or the County of Houghton Is held, hcII nt Public Auction (to the highest bidder, the premises described In said mortgage, or so much thereof as may )C necessary to pay the amount so as aforesaid due on said nmrtgage, with six per cent Interest, nnd all legal costs, together with said attorney's fee, to wit: Lots Numbered Twenty-five (23), and Twenty-six (2C). in Flock Num bered (me, (1), of the Town of Lake View, according to the recorded plat thereof on flic In tho office of the Reg- ter of Deeds for said County of Houghton, State of Michigan, saving and reserving to Richard M. Edwards and May G. Edwards, his wife, all minerals on said land, and the rights to mine the same to within fifteen feet f the Burface. Dated August 19. 1911. FATTISTE MARTA, Mortgagee. William J. McCormlck, 'Attorney for Mortgagee. Fusiness address: Laurium, Michigan. Aug. 29; Sept. 3, 12, 19. STATE OP MICHIGAN. The I'robate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said court, held nt tho Probate office In tho Village of Houghton in said county on Lie 2Sth day of August. A. D 1911. Present: Hon. George C. Rentley, Judge of probate. In tho matter of the estate of Jo'nn G. Weldtlman, deceased. Frans Oscar Wcidohnan having filed in paid court his petition praying that the administration of said estato be granted to John H. Woldclman or to some other suitable person. It is ordered. That the 1st day of No vember, A. D., 1911, ot ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probuto otflco, be and is hereby appointed for hearing raid petition. It is Furtoer Ordered. That pub lic notice thereof bo given by publica tion of n copy of thin order once each week for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, in the Calumet News, a newspaper printed nnd circulated in said county. (Seal) George C. Rentley, A true cory. Judge or Probate, Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Trobate. Aug. 22. 29. Sept. C, 12. STATE OP MICHIGAN, Tho Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a Btwion of said court, held nt tho robato offlco In tho village of Houghton, in eald county on tho Eighteenth day of August, A. D. 1911. Present, Hon. Goo. C Rentley, Judge of jirobuto. In the matter of the estate of Charles A. Westberg, deceased. Robert R. MacDonald having filed In said court his final administration ac count, nnd his petition proving for tho allowance thereof and for the nrslgn- ment and distribution vt t'uo residue of said estate. It Is Ordered. That the sixteenth day of September A. D, 1911. nt ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate rfflce, be and is hereby appointed for examin ing nnd allowing said account and hearing said petition; It is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof bo Riven ty publication of a copy of this nrder, once each week for threo successive weeks pre vious to aald day of hearing, In the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county, (Seal) GEO. C. RENTLEY, A true copy. Judge of Probate. Geo. D. Freeman, Register of Probate. A. E. Petermann. Attorney for Estate, Ruslness Address, ' ' ' Calumet, Mich, . v (f, I Paine, Webber & Comp'y Bankers and Brokers BOSTON, MASS. MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange Doston Stock Exchange New York Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of CALUMET BRANCH! Willi V. J. A. MINNEAR Sc CO. BROKERS Calumet, Mich. MARKETS NEW YORK MARKET IRREGULAR. COPPER SHARES IN GOOD DEMAND. C. & A. GETS GOOD ORE. CURB LIST UNCHANGED. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted 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, Masa. Calumet Branch: 103 Fifth Street Phones: North 813.814 Roy A. Young, Manager Your Bank Account ut f.O will depend on what you Save at 20. 30 nnd 40. Don't think that you can squander your present earnings and successfully 11 narue your future. You i:aist put money away for emergencies. Don't hoard It nt home, Lut deposit with this hank where your money will earn In terest. '; THE CALUMET STATE BANK Capital $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits 60,000.00 "BEE EMPLOYES OF THE CalumetS Hecla lYIn'q Co Whs wish to mII their houses or buy houses on Co. Land) who have rooms to rent or who wish to rent rooms, are invited to advertise In this column without any expenso. FOK SALU Kouxe, 1615 llecla ei. FOR BALBmo Tunnel st. FOR SALE 7-room houao, 4087 Cone at FOIt BALK 1825 llecla Kt. FOR BALE Four-room cottage, 2201 Middle st., Calumet. FOR SALE House No, 457 Caledonia st, Albion. FOR BALE 8 -room iiouse. No. 179, pu Caledonia st Particular at Wick- stram & Co.'b store, Fine tst FOR bAI.E 9 -room fiwuse, modern conveniences, steam heat, good foun dation and plumWag. Apply 850 Cam bria at. Calumet FOR BALE live-room house No. Uoi D street Apply Jaa.' Barnette. X FOR BALE 9 -room haus summer kitchen, coal shed, born room for S horses, etc. Apply 150C llecla st, Hec la. FOR BALli (Lot 3, blolk I Wolverine st, Florida. Apply at Mrs. Chap man's boarding houae, 123 Kearaarge st, south. FOR BAldJ 6ecen-room house Caledonia St., Calumet llich. FOR BALE House No. 1207, chfcaps Rldgo 8t, Swodtown. FOR BALE 11-room houat. Apply iBrt Rockland st, X FOli SALE House, Nv, 4036 Oak at. Yellow Jacket FOR BALE 5 -room houae and barn. Apply at tea Caledonia ei X)t bale fi-fotxa Uiuaej chciik lii Catodocfa rt For" SALE iilx-rooro, house. Laurium trL FOR SALE 9-room house, 710 Water works st x FOR BALE -room house. Apply 1744 no at w ItHt RENT 4 rooms downstairs. Ap ply 341 Caledonlt BU ., i 'iliMIiiiilMJKUnJlTini VV-TiriMllTTaininniw. Trade. L. STAN NARD, Resident Manager, Laurium Mich. AT A GLANCE a FOR SAX.E Tlvt-room house. 853 Al bion. FOR BALE 6 -room cottage, at a bargain, 614 Liberty Etreet Raym baultown. - FOR SALE House No. 2133 Tunni st. Pwrdetonn. FOR BA1E House, No. 40S3 Wo BU Yellow Jacket v. - - FOIt BALE El -room house, 360 J Lau rium st. . ' - FOR IU1NT2 furnished roosr.a. Mod- ern conveniences 3979 Scott St. FOR BALI: 4 -roccn houae N 48D5, txlnd Calumet dam, incjutre within. FuU SALE 8 room house 4083 Elm St 1JR SALE 8 -room house, No. 3044 Swodetown road. Apply on preml.se. for" RENT-One furnished room, 435 Acorn St FOR SALE 7-room hou.-. Uood rods foundation, summer kitchen in base ment. Early callers will make good bargain. 2653 Union street Apply premises. F)R BALE 7-room hwQ with rock foundation. 726 Waterworks Ft . FOR RENT 4 rooms, 4253 lltH St FOR SALE 7 room house a.id barn, 2507 D Bt FOR SALE 8 room houo at very reasonable figure. 520 4th St., T.lue Jacket. Phone ond electric llffht Ap ply on premises or C & 11 office. FOR SALE Two fnmil house, eUht room with rocta foundation. Cheap. 2C51 Union Street. A good houso In ft desirable location. Apply on prcm-Im-s. ? FOR RENT 4 Room's, 3204 Kid go SU Harper-Thomas Co, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERI Phons 14 Holmsn Bldg, Calumet, M'a . All calls attended to aithsr day night. Wa also handls froeh out 4. e for any ooaaeiHb 000000000000900000 o ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS, OOOOOOOOOQOO4?O0!9Ba?9 ) v