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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27,
THE CALUMET KEWS.
TvUNES AND MINING, STOCKS
WILL NOT ENTER MERGER.
Michigan Copper Mining Men Think
Story Unfounded.
Michigan i'"inr mining nun do not
)Mcc niuih crcdi nco in the story
nn c cd In prea dispatches vesterday
to the effect that plans are uinler con
f i.lor.ition for a KUuntic copper :ner
Kcr, t ! ri;:uiizi tl u lull r English
Jaws, tint. evading the Sherman anti
trust laws of this country. In any
t jit, it h teitain the leading lke
?uperi r mines will have no connec
tion witli suxli a merger in case it is
Im.uubt about, according to well in
formed local mining men.
The story ..f the proposed merger
anwc from iho trip leing made by
John 1. Kyan of the Amalgamated. W.
1. Thornton. 1. U Foster. K. K Ag.is-t-iz
ami V. E. Corey, through the
muthwest, lut it is asserted that this
tii was arranged by Mr. Ryan inly
as an ouihig for Mr. Corey, and that
tho other members of the party were
invited to Join as they had expressed a
!esire to visit the mints of the soutii-
WtSt.
Commenting on the situation, a well
l.iiowu Culunut mining man stated last
.veiling that a merger sikIi ;is dis
cussed is furthest from the minds of
the men most prominent in the copper
world. He called attention to the fact
that many of the largest consolidations
of capital in other indutrks are imw
concerning themselves with the prob
It m of liso vh'.g and so arranging
tin ir busimss affairs .is to avoid s;is
lii ion of attempting to restrain trade.
The proposition w as eharacterizi d as
i:ot only foolish hut daamroiis. It i"
;ilso stated that by organizing under
the English laws, the merger tfusgtsl
ed could not hop,. t,j avoid the anti
trust laws of this country as all of the
n.irus are lecatcd in the United
states.
tons daily, or about 23 per cent of the
total rock output of the mine.
It hud lvn costing the Ahnu-ek dur
ing the pa-t two month about 6 4
ce nt a jioiind t produce its cupper at
ihe mine. This figure Includes con
struction but does not take into con
sideration smelting charges and vari
ous eastern expense Including selling
From one cent to l'i cents a ound
may lie s il l to cover the latter charges
so that the total cost of bringing the
company's copper to market may be
considered from T 1 i to " cents u
round.
Ahmeek ended its lialf year with a
recovery In June of i'.'.Cl pounds per
t n of rock stamped and the yiild of
refined copper for thit month was
the largest en record, 1.560.435 pounds.
The rock treated in the following
month did not show up so well th
average yield dropping about 7 pound
pt r ton to 22. "(5 with a subsequent
recovery in August to 23.26 pounds.
to buy with a .view of selling Vinson
on two to three point advance.
Foster, to l'alne, Webber & Co.
MARKETS
AHMEEK.
Ahnieek's north shaft.-,
underlay of the Kc w.-ar;.
below Mohawk's shafts,
Ftcadily and between tin
tenth levels are deVel"
unk en th.
lode, are
inkim;
sixtn and
Ig Co). per
ii n
ground of excellent grade. Th.
frhafta are now furnishing around ;
Eos ton Amiounctmmt by tile
Steel company that thry wire not op
erating in violation of the Sherman law
ai d th it ttiey would llgit the case to
the finish, together with odicial an
liounet -nit nt of settlement of the Mor
occan affair caused shorts to cover
and stimulated considerable general
buying at the ojctiing which was the
nio.-t active and w il 'est seen in years.
Imno diati ly after opening, however,
stocks wre supplied in volume by
tin- big intere-ts who started the de
cline in the past day or two and the
market settled down in same old posi
tion again with a large short Interest
eliminated so iat a the close tonight
prospects are m t very bright for any
sustained upturn. The coppers ad
vanced sharply in sympathy with
New York market and loll their gains
jiemarkably well consider. ng the re
i action in New Yotk. There are an
e x. -optionally to. ..1 de-man. T' fr Copper
; Kar.ce. Lake-. North ltutto and East
1 llutte. Wo see n al.ing In this market.
but to take a ,Hvk trading position
taking advantage or tNe sharp drives
Hoston I have been in the street for
37 year ami have never before seen
a "bear panic'' and a "bull panic" fol
low each other In three hours and i
half. The closing- was wry feverls.
ami cxcltcel anil enc man's guess is
gee)d as nnother's, as to the Imnie'dlatc
course of prices. The CJould Issues
were earl pressed for sale and the
Wabash stex-ks ami bonds declined
fliarply accompanied by receivership
rumors for the road. This was denied
but the rally was feeble locally lh
ciper steicks were hardly tiffe'eited
bv the vletlent tluctuutiims in New
Kerk. They were quite ftrong nt the'
opening ami when the severe weakness
came In the general market the elecllne
In sympathy was but fractional. They
dill show the same sturdy front which
has bn se conspicuous during the
!ays ef lolent dtxline in the general
nvirkct. II. II. Cay.
Miami lCi
Montana Clinton 03
New Keystone Hi
Old Colony 1;
New naltie 3.
Ni)lssing 7Ti
North Luke 4
OJibway
Oneco
mm Be the C
ry
Only a few more days and the opportunity is gone.
High Grade Pianos going for less than Cost.
Nearly the entire stock is sold hut we
still have some good bargains on hand
Every instrument must be sold before nine o'clock Sat
urday evening, as we vacate our store then
Remember that you can buy on time and you must not
let the lack of ready cash keep you away from
this sale. Come in and talk it over with
us. There is no reason why your
family should be without a
piano this winter
Read This Carefully
We have two Mason e Hamlin upright pianos in mahogany cases.
Th rejular price is $625 and $CC.OO. Rather than ship these instru
ments elsewhere we will yive someone who can appreciate that kind of
an instrument a great b'g bargain.
A Kingsbury Inner-Player $750X0 when new. Has been used some
and the case is slightly damaged. The player otherwise is as good as
new and is easily worth $600.00. To close it out now $4W).C0. Where
can you ever duplicate this?
A few fine new upright pianos cf various makes.
$200 to $:00. Now from $175 to $300. Don't miss
on of these elegant instrument?.
Three used upright pianos for only $150X0 eath.
case in first class cond't'ori. You can sell them
$20000 should you ever want to dispose of them.
Usually sell from
the chance to own
Mahogany and oak
again later on for
Two Chapel Organs. They are new and just th thing for small
churches or lodges. Sell new for $100 now only $45.00.
Other organs at almost your own price. Come and make us an offer.
Mandolins, guitars, violins, accordeons. sheet music, in fact every
thing still in stock must go at almost any offer you cn make us.
Do not come next Monday. We will be gone. Come now
if you need anything in the music line.
STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING
Closing-Out Sale
115 5th Street - - Calumet, Mich.
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Paine, Webber & Co.)
Open.
AmalKanuittel
AeHrtiture 414
Alloinz 22i
Mvjomah 2 Ti
A mill Ian 2
Ariz. CVmnurrlal 70
ltutto & l.alk
Coalition 14Vi
t'opi'r Katifio 49 .
Cat u mot & Arizona 48
Cahiinit it Hoola 375
(.V ntonnial 8
t'hino lCvi
I'aly West 5
i:.ist Unite 9K
lYanklin CU
Ciroux 3
Oranhy 27
(rootie ('ananoa I T
Hanooek 18
Ileelloy (V-M 1 1 VI-
Imliann 6
!n?lir:iti"ii f4
I!o Koale 12
Kerr' I-ake 3
Keweenaw 174,
Iike 24
I-iSalle 3i
Mass
Miami 16
Michigan 1
Mohawk 38
Majllowor 50
North Luke 4V4
Nevaela Cons 15 Vs
North Hutto 21Ms
Nipifsimr 77
M in.niinlon 36
Oseeola 84
Ojibway 4Vj
old Cuiny 1 U
l'arrot 8
gniney 5,Sl!ivl
Kay Cotiw.llilated 12V4
Sup. & I'.ofcton 2Vi
Superior 23
Shan n on 1'3
Shattuok '14
Tamarack 20
V. S. Minimr 31
I'tah CopjM r 3'J
I'tah Consolidated 114
Victoria 1H
W'inoii.v i
Widverlnu 00
Wyandot 15
Close
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Ray Central ..
Shattuok
Santa Rosalia
Sup. & Globe .,
Sup. Ai Ronton
Sup. & l'itts.
Fouth Lake ...
Tuolumne
Tonopah
Warrior :
South Ileela ..
NEW YORK STOCKS.
(Gay & Sturgis.)
A mat 50 47
Atihinon 103 100
Anaconda 32 31
Smelters ' 62 G8
j H. R. T 73 72
R & 0 96 95
C. I X. 1 26 25V4
Kilo 31 30
Gt. North, pfd. 12314 120.-,
C"1"- ' 132 131
U & N 141 140
Amor. Rhone 134T; 33
III. Central 137 137
Mo. l'aellk- 36 3-
North Raelllc H6 117
I,inn;l 120 118
K,n,llr,K 139 135
Rock I :J la rid 24 23
st- 11074 106
South. Ry oga
rnh.n Rac ico 15C
Tenn. Copper 3274 32
Steel Com 507-4 T.6
''tl t'fl 109 10.8
WiM. Central r0 jjq
Colorado Cvnc .28
Cortea .'..
China 17
Caliunet Corhin Uax
Calumet & Mont 2
Cortdn Copier 90
Cactus I5ax
iMvIa Rwly 85
Penn Arlsuna 5
Kast Rutte 5
Ma Mower .. SO
UedelllelJ Conn.,, 5
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17
.33
Giroux
lli'ino.itako .
HaiKiKk ....
Indiana ... .
Inspiration ..
Keweenaw ..
Kerr Lako ..
Keating
Lu Ro8e . . . .
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S. & A. ..,
Live Oak ...
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PORCUPINE STOCKS.
(J. A. Minnear & Cs.)
reaii Lake . ,
Ilolllngir ...
oreu. Gold
Swastika ....
'or. Cential
Dome Ex. ..
reston ....
rown Char.
Imperial ....
.44
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LODGE NEWS
Continued from imgo Ave.
ty to he given under the auspleen of
the lodge.
St. Andrew's Society.
At the Regular mooting of the St
Andrew s mnlety to be hehl on Tues
day, Oct. 3. several candidate will be
initiate! and after the buslncs Is dla
poseel of. a uncial clin will be hold.
As Important business In to come up
feir 'consideration, the attendance of
all members Is desired.
Hecla Lodge, I. O. O. F.
The Initiatory deprree will be con
ferred en two candidates at the regu
lar meeting of Hecla Lodge, No. 90,
O. O. F. this evening, and following
tho business, light refreshments will
be served.
Pythian Sisters.
There will be no meeting of Charity
lodge, No. 131, Knights of Pythian to
morrow evening, the lodge room having
eon turned over te the Pythian Sis
ters.
Professor A. S. Hitchcock, system
atic agrostologist of the I'nitcd States
cpaitment of agriculture, is at present
n gaged In making a study of the sub
ject of grasses In the five Central Am
erican republics. He will also make a
biological survey of the Panama canal
zqiie.
Copper Range Consolidated Company.
At a meeting ef the Roard of Di
rectors ..f the COPPKU HAN(ii) CoN-
SOLIOATKI) COMPANY held this
ay, n dividend of 75c. per share, be
ing Dividend No. 31, was declared pay-
iblo on Monday, October 2nd, 1911 to
Stockholders of record at the close of
nisiness on Saturday, September 9th,
1911.
.PRKDKR1CK STAN WOOD,
Treasurer.
Reiston, September Cth, 1911.
s-80
NOT DEEP ENOUGH.
Pat was hard at work digging a post
hole when the boss strolled by. "Well,
Pat." said he, queitlng the progress of
the work, "do you think you will be
able to get all that dirt back lnt the
whole ngaln?"
Pat looked duMfuily at the pile of
dirt and then at the hole, scratched
the back of his head, und after some
thought, said: "No, sor. Sure, I don't
think I've dug tho hole deep enough,"
Everybody's,
Paine, Webber & Comp'y
Bankers and Brokers
BOSTON, MASS.
' MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange ,,f;l;J"
Ooston Stock Exchange """'' :
New York Cotton Exchange.
Chicago Board of Trade,
CALUMET BRANCH!
HID?
W. L. STANNARD, Resident Manager.
An average of 3,047 persons visit
ed the Rritlsh National Gallery on
each of the 207 free days during 1910.
NORTHWESTERN
UNITED DOCTORS
OF
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
j CLASSIFIED ADS
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST One white bull terrier pup,
with one gray ear. Finder please
return to John Knox, Calumet ave
nue. Reward. 28
FOUND Large cow, light brown, new
leather strap uround neck. Ilorn.i
turned Inward. Address 391 Caledonia
St. . 23
IN POUND.
UNLISTED STOCKS.
J. A. Mlnnrar & Co. sny today:
"They marched them up the hill, nnd
then they marched them down again."
The opening was too strong to tie true.
The Steel statement published late
yesterday afternoon alone was respon
sible for a sensational upward move
ment at the opening, which put prk-es
from four to six points higher than the
close. The gains, however, were not
held, nnd In many Instances the clos
ing quotations were lower than yes
terday's final trades. Copper shares
were also stronger at the opening, arid
held their gains better than did tho
New York. list. The story of a k I ir an
tic consolidation of the various cop
per interests which come out yester
day Is scouted by many. That there
Is Romothlng brewing goes without
saying. North IJutte, C. & A., nnd
Copper Range were In best demand to
day. On the curb there were some
good Inquiries for OJibway, East Rutte,
ami Goldflcld, wltli closing; prices quite
firm. :
(J. A. Minnear & Co.)
Rid.
Algomah 3
Arlx. & Michigan lOax
Ahmeek 140
Rutte Hulk 3Vi '
Rohemla 1
Chemung 4
Chief Cons .65
Asked.
3Vi
2)
C
.70
IN RED JACKET 1XM1 POtJNI Rlack
41ml tan hound, black spaniel, brown
spaniel, black ami white hound, brown
nnd white collie. Owners can have
logs by calling at pound Gth street,
and paying charges. -27
IN l'OUNl Red and black cow with
horns and bell In Calumet Pound.
Owner can have same by paying
charges. Phone, 34C-L. -27
IN POUND Red and black cow with
horns and bell In Calumet I'ound.
Owner can have same by paying
charges. Phone 316-L. 27
HELP WANTED MALE,
WA;NTEl At once, painters. 127
Hecla St., Laurtum. 28
FOR 8 ALE
FOR SALE Range, small heater,
leather couch, chlfflonlor, etc. Ap
ply 1679 Lnurium St., Hecla. 29
FOR SALE Reautlful household fur-
nlture, also lot of fruit Jars. 339 Pe
wabic St., Lnurium .27
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Furnished outsldo room.
Electric light, steam heat.
Hermann Flat. Cth St.
South
tf
FOR RENT Room with all conven
iences; eultabl. for young man. Apply
701, corner Pine and Seventh streets.
Red Jacket tf
WANTED.
WANTED 3 or 4 furnished rooms for
light housekeeping or small furnish
ed house. Address R, News office. 30
WANTED To rent, five or six room,
single house, modern improvements,
with yard, Red Jacket or Lnurium or
vicinity.' Must have by Oct 15. Apply
E, News office. Calumet. tf
Harper-Thomas Co,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERI
Phone 14 Holmsn Bldg Calumet. M'eti
All calls attended te either day c
night. Wa also handle fresh out (Saw
r for any ocoaeJew.
An Association of Prominent
Physicians Giving FREE
Medical Services to the Sick,
and Medicines at Cost.
Comprising a Full Staff of
Specialists Treating Diseases
Scientifically and Without
Operation.
Coming to Calumet, at Calu
met Hotel, Thursday, Sept,
28th, One Day Only.
of deafness are frequently cured la six
ty days. Loss of sight, blindness cat
aract, Kninulatcd j;(s aruj weak,
watery, sore eyes treated after a fash
ion that knows no fall. In long stand
ing, tlceji-seated, chronic diseases of
men nnd women, and slow growths
and undeveloped children's dLseuses,
a treatment that Is absolutely certain
In its effects can bo had and dc)H.ndel
upon. Thousands of patients through
out the Northwest uttcst the ability
of the Northwestern United Doctors
to cure these dread diseases.
No matter what your ailment may
be, no matter what others have told
you, no matter what experience you
have had with other physicians, it
will be to your udvantago to treat
with the Northwestern United Doc
tors Specialists. Even If your case 19
Incurable they will relieve you and
stay the disease. There la no string tied
to this proposition, they mean Just
what they say and will do to your ad
vantage what they contend. EVery
specialist Is prominent in his line and
star da nt the head of the profession.
Do not put off this duty you owe
yourself, your friends, and your rela
tives, as a visit this time costs you
nothing und may save your. life.
If you huve kidney or bladder trou
ble, bring- a two-ounce bottle of your
urino fr chemical analysis and mi
croscopic examination.
Remember this free offer la for this
trip only. "
Hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Married ladles must come with their
husbands and minors with their pa
rents. The Northwestern United Doctors
duly organized nnd lleonsl by the
state for the purposo of treating dis
eases, deformities and all curable ail
ments without surgical operation. All
that Is asked In return for tlieso valu
able services is that every . person
treated. will state tho result obtained
to their friends and thus prove to the
sick and afflicted In thlst locality, that
at last treatments have been discov
ered that are absoluteoly suro and cer
tain in their effect.
Ry their developed system no more
operations for appendicitis, gall stones,
tumors, gvdter, piles or cancer. They
were among the first In America to
do oway with the knife, blood nnd
pain In the successful treatment nnd
euro of these dan-gerous diseases
Diseases- of the stomach. Intestines,
liver, nkln, nerves, heart, spleen, kid
neys and bladder, rheumatism, scia
tica, diabetes, bed wetting, leg ulcers,
epilepsy or fits, etc., all treated with
gratifying success. Consumption, nsth
mn, bronchitis nnd catarrhal diseases
absolutely cured with combination of
medicine, hygiene, diet, exercise nnd
the Important uses and advantages 01'
clothes, occupation etc. Many rases
J. A. MINNEAR & CO.
BROKERS
Calumet, Mich.
1 Laurlum Mich.
MARKETS AT A GLANCE
NEW YORK MARKET VERY ERRATIC.
COPPER SHARES STRONG AT OPENING.
STEEL STATEMENT CAUSED EARLY STRENGTH.
OJIBWAY, EAST BUTTE AND COLDFIELD STRONG ON CURB.
Salt Lake, Cobalt and TonopahStocks Quoccd 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 Stroet Boston, Mass.
Calumet Branoht 10S Fifth Street Phones: North 813-814
"Roy A Young, Manager
Your Bank Account
nt CO will depend on what you Save at 20, 30 and 40. Don't think
that you can squander your present earnings and successfully fi
nance your future. ; ' '. I 1 x i v !
You must put money away for emergencies. Don't hoard It at
home, but deposit with this tank where your money will earn In
terest. THE CALUMET STATE BANK
Capital 1100,000.00
Surplus and Profits 60,000.00
A M. 000,000 IrrlKation project in
the southen part of Porto Rico Is abfciut
half completed.
LEGAL NOTICES.
Sept. 20-27 Oct. 4-11
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
Tho prohato court for the County of
Houghton.
At a session of said court,, held at
tho probate ofllco In tho village of
Houston In said county, on the
Twentieth day of September, A. D.,
1911.
Present, Hon. Geo. C. Ucntley, Judge
of probate.
In the Matter of the Kstute of Anas
t.isla Cuddlhy, Deceased.
John D. Ouddlhy and Kdward I'.
Cuddihy, executors of the last will and
testament of paid deceased, having
flhjd In said court their petition pray
ing that the timo for the presentation
of claims against said estate be limit
ed and that a time and place he ap
pointed to receive, examine and ad
just all claims and demands against
said deceased by nnd before said court.
It Is Ordered, That four months from
this date be allowed for creditors to
present claims against eald estate:
It Is Further Ordered, That the 26th
day of January A. I.)., 1912, at ten
o'clock lu the forenoon, at said Probate
oilice, be nnd Is hereby appointed for
the examination and adjustment of all
claims and demand against said de
ceased, and that notice thereof be
given by publication once each week,
for three successive weeks previous to
said day of hearing, In the Calumet
News, a newspaper printed and circu
lated In said county.
fSeal) GEO. C. HENTLET,
Judge of Probate.
A true copy.
LIllas'G. Mitchell,
Register of Probate.'
A. W. Kerr; . f
. Attorney for Executors.
Eighteenth day of September A. I).,
1D11.
Present: Hon. Ccorgo C. Dentley,
Judjjo of probate.
In the Matter of the Estato of James
Itowe, Deceased.
Susan J. Phillips, a ulster of said de
ceased having 11 led In said court her
petition praying that u certain instru
ment in writing, purporting to bo tho
hift will and testament of eald de
ceased, now on file in said court be ad
mitted to probate, and that tho od
mlnistration of said estato be granted
to Joseph W, Seldcn or to eomo other
suitable person.
It Is Ordered, That the thirteenth day
or October A. D. 1911. at ten o'clock In
the forenoon, at said probata office, bo
and is hereby appointed for hearing
said petition.
It Is Further Ordered. That pub
lic notice thereof be given by publica
tion of u copy of this order onre in each
week for three successive weeks pre
vious to said day of bearing, In tho
Calumet News, a newspaper" prlntCxl
nnd circulated in paid county.
(Seal) George C. Uentley,
A true copy.. . . Judge of Probata
Llllas G. Mitchell,
Register of Trobate.
A. E. Petci ninnn,
Attorney for Petitioner. '
Sept. 13, 20 and 27.
Tf whom It may concern:
Notice U hereby given that I will
rot be responsible for debts contract
ed by my wife, Margaret Richards af
ter this date.
Mark II. Richards, Jr.
Dated, Sept. 13th. 1911.'
. Sept. 20-27 Oct. 4-11.
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
The probate court for the County of
Houghton. ' .-. i .'.. .
At o. session of nald, court, held at
the Probate office In the Village of
Houghton In said county on tae
UICHI6AN COLLEGE OF UINES
F. W. MoNatr, president
Located tn Lake Superior dis
trict allnee and Qllfat ftooaulble
for college work. Ft Tern Beok
and Record of Graduate ftbj to
President or Secretary,
HOUGHTON MICHIGAN
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