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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911.
PAGE SIX THE CALUMET NEWS A s' mines and mining, Brokers' Gossip Gsldfieid Consolidated. Tin result obt iiti. .! in September by the (JoMtli M Cane OshtnU 4 COmfi ny. the preliminary (Inures of which have been niudt- public, arc of mon than uirual lmportum c, in that n vcr decided reduction was made in the to tal t iim treat d, the tirade of the ore and the reeuttlrsj net profits. Tin- in limiriar natures LlxMcftta that duriiiK the month there were treated 26.76H loiiH having a )-," value of HMt.OMV HN I "' natt-lN $4.40 with net irolit: of f.i:: linn. Should these IlKiirt I N continued in the tlnal re ports the tonnage treuted will have sheers a CaWae oT earli MM tons and the alue of more than $.' per ton over the pi to'.is month. To any one who li.m analyzed the GehMkdd repertS month h month, it in well known ttiat the tonnage treat ed has been almost sleadil IrcreaSshg for some time past and the grade of i re d creasing; hut it is an extraonlin ary occurrence Mff th, total ti - r t4 ed and tin grade per ton both to ! i lino, at least to sin h a marked ex tent as ilidlcap d b the September lu, ures. loldllcld's ilvMf 4 r.-.ulr inents of ll' In r sllair call lot llionlhlx proMt S of approximately MM.M9, While the earnings fur the nn iilli f September fell below this figure by more than Jlf,:,. iion the total net earnings for the Pine months of LIU have r a In I ap proxnn it 1 M,M1,0M of neailv MM.' 00 above dividends. Whether or not the Sept. mber re sults Indicate distr. M signals for QetdfieM I 'onsolid ited in that the coin puti Is having diflbulty in maintaln Itik ItJ tonnage ami grade, or whether it Is merely an evening up pCOCCM n malns to be seen. It is a well-known faet that the property is essentially weak in ore reserves and unless new and important ore hodi. s are opened Up t take the pla -e of the Jlu.00U.tMH In on-, which must ho ex'.ra toil ann;i nlh to maintain present disbursements. the reduction of dividend! -n QotdfleM C'on.-'oli.lat. d seemed itie itable. At Ms pi.Mtit iiwt.itioii f I7, thf stock re turns more than 40 per cent on the in vestment at the present dividend rate, while disregarding the extra disburse ment and considering onl the regular dividend the return would be more than ti per m nt. . Greene Cananea. DurMC the mi nit ll ftt September Creene 1'anni'ia prpdVcM latltM poiimls of copper. Llf ,M1 oiiiu es of silver and ounces of ppML This COppef product ion compares with :!.- gkf.OOO puundfl for August and l,M4, for July, which' indicates that CaBatnea is maintaining practicaJI) the same output whidi it ha i in . ti najrtng for the ear. 'I'he llmires fM he production of el, I and silver arc interesting In that for many months there 'has been a .-te.elv increase in tins,- metals, the fornu r lulm the MghMl monthly pro- (luitloll since UM These in.l'ascd precious metal cmtcnts are ,hle Hcly to the ores which are OOtntltg fTOffl the 'ananea-Diiluth and Sierra d- Ctibtl mines. AlthOtBaA t'amii mi Is essentially a popper property, higher preelnM metn! contents is a matter of considerable import. tin e to ti e company as in ercl Itinu tin -a. values, tin- . ost of produc inr copper per pound is redm od. I L MARKETS St. ' I was ..i.'.in heavy and 1 hilance of the market. ll iln f .shion now to sell the supposition that the TOY' l on t will hnriK s ilt fur it di ohtt whieh event covering nn be Indulged in. It is ipiite worth rinf wile is buvlns it nil but itly no one thinks of It. In any the market was kHfluoneed by "la sad lueed ht . Tradiim titelj pToftssltmal and had no isjee, Locally pric-; were In to he nr,n. Aii effort to make leoti t:rm is beissj mads ami stock market pricse may re i. .1 aarsM, BOSTON STOCKS. (Paine, Webber A Co.) ipee,. Clone AasslgMBMitad :,iv "1 Advi nture 4 414 A lioness :-7'4 M Algomdt j4 24 Arcadian 2 24 Ai 1. lommen iai 3 ,r,o Kutte & llalk 3V4 3 CnaiiUoa n MV Copper Itaage H H t'iil A- Ariona 4H'-j t: Calumei & lied a Centennial : ID fhlno M tr Daly West ' f 5V4, Fast Batte 10 HM PYaal tin '4 k flbwn 3 t Qiagliy 2 tk OfaaM OWtaaen r 6 Mm , . k inn ii Medley QoM M M Indiana ! Mi Insplrstlon " 7Mi Isle Itoyale 13 14 Kerr Iike 2 1 ATENTS Produce Forttfrits BBr fo. MU-ntA. Hook on FateflU. l , V H .1 N T I K K , W liShiUKtoii, U. C I klJA, ,.l.UI, I A IK. n naw 1 2' Lake 24 I. a Salle 4V 4 Mass CVs Vs Miami ID MM Michigan 1 1V ! Mohawk 31 4a .la il..vcr 1 lli North Like 4 4 Nevada Con. I.'7, l ' North Itulte :'4 L'4 N'lpissittfr W 1 DM dominion 36j 38 Otro M 86 8" I'.iiiuay 4 4-i nld t'olony I'airot 1 10 Qwlna) H eo Ki CoMoHdaMl 11H :Ts Slip, lie f ll L') 2 Superior M IMJ Shannon 7Mi Tk hattuek t$ i" Ta n a rack 22 2.' l' S. MininK 32 3J1, I'tah t'oper 42' 4:1 rtah OboHdated l.r4 M X'letoria 1 1 Winona 3 4 ' Wolverine S8 8!t 'andot lax Zinc 214 21'i NEW YORK STOCKS. (Gay & Sturgia.) A ma I Anur. far Atchison Anaconda ... Anier. LoeoMH Smelters Simar It. K. T r.. & ( Kile lit Norte Pfd. i '"ii.H. i .as M. K. A T. ., .Mo. Pacific .. x ith Paeiflc Pmnn IV o,e I Jas Readteg Cock Islatnl . . St. Taiil South Hy. ... t 'ii it ii Paetac Tenn Copper . Steel COW. .. Steel pfd Wis. Central . Wahash pfd. . . 4t .10T1I . ::i'h . U . 117'., 19$ 31 4!i'i u 1 I T 1 j KM-; mi 30 -H . Mft ,lf4 . II H . :t: .11 itm .107 . . ns'-j ,. 25 '4 .1M1I 35 lltfs r m 107 1 :!'', 24 pis 20 If M r,s IMfl r.3 "6 .Hi!)'., . M . Mm UNLISTED STOCKS. .1. A. MInncar d CP. say today: Quits stron,- was the market toila at the epeaMsK but early Kains were w iped out before the close. if news, there wae little worthy of mention. The short interest remains h,a anl is a strong card t, prevent any serioos : ' i Ooppef slian s were Qltlte strong, partlottlarly AaeaMnawteK which was taken in lar;c blocks iiIkivc In the balance of the list, there was little change. Metal ipiotatlons abroad were firmer and some demand f,,r .upper i reported. The porphyry pmup showed min h activity at higher prleee, t'hino ereeaed $20 ami M 'i,i was above $!. CioldlUld was a rain sapjected to much soilini and dropped as low as S3 4 with a recovery to a fraction above $4. Around $3Vfc the is sue looks quite euractive, even 11 itu dividend Is halVSC Tonopah was quite active around $7 and seems to be well taken OB an SSxetMDgO for Belmont. (J. A. Winnear &. Co.) Bid. Asked. 3 Itgomaa n - Hieltlgan , ,10ns Ahineek 170 Batte Kiilk Bohemis Chemung 3 '-j 4 1 2 4 r .7i .30 1 1 20 21 4 .1'iHX .... ,M .2Ti m .1". .2(1 4 4 sr. oo 19 ttH m r. 7 7 '1 2 '4 3 a4 4 4' 24 24 I'i lii 2i 2 1 19 .nr. .Ml 1', M 3Va 4 I a ' 4 4 Mi 4 4Mt 1 I 13 14 1 1 M 16 M, L'.",ax .... .inax 24 2M, 14 M 3M. 4 3Mi 3 ( hlcf Consoliilat-d lorado I'ons. . . . rtM bin. lumet lomei rbin .Montana Corbin i 'a' t lis ' loMfieM ipper ns. Bomeetaks Hancock Indiana Fnsp I ration Keweenaw Kerr Iike I Hose I. ike Copper . . . S Ai A. Live ak Miami M ntan i i 'linton New Ke stone c, i a it ic ..i.. N'lplsslriir .North Uike ... iijlbway i uieco Ray Coaaotidati Ray Central ... Runts Bosnlln up a (Mobs Sup - Koston up. a Pitta . South Lake ... Tuolumne NEW BISHOP CONSECRATED. Rev Dr. Davie to Head Western Mas sachusetts Diocese. Man ester. Mass.. Oct. 18. The Rev Dr. Thomas I 'rederiek Da vies, Jr.. for iicht years rector of All Saint's Church, this city, was today consecrat ed Mehep sf the Proteatnnt Kpiseopnl ilbsesi o Western Maswichuaetts. The Mraneen) took niaee in ah saint's Cliureh In the presence of a large as semblage of bishops, clergy and lay men. Bishop Tattle of Kt Kouls pre sided ;ind was assisted by lilbiqi Lawrenot of Massachusetts and Mgh op Breemter of Connecticut. Bishop Bargatg of I,pk Island preached th, iicrmun and bishops Johnson of la i.aU.l.llllM.lll. - - - - '"""'' stocks and Willi. i presenters. 1 1 n iiuny mi of Mi'-hlKan The comi.lete rlt f the churh was V c!V tin uallttic earn., I out In the cohsccru t nui. REAL USE FOR AEROPLANES. Capt. Beck Says Bombs Can Be Drop ped With Great Accuracy. Ronton, oat is. captain Paeri w Beck of the Mhteeatl Dalted states infantr.v. who with I i, utenant II. De Witt Milling ami Lieutenant Henry II. Ann!!, are at the military aviation in. I at llovktHKliam I'ark, Salem, N. H., under the auspices of th. New Kuk lend Aviation company, is a firm be- aaver In the eflnacy oi the enrnplsjii as an i IJun, t to the aiin. In an inter view la pointeil ouXt some of th, hiani t., i. ait machine -: uses. BapM of which he and his I, i other otlicers w ill demonstrate. "I will agree with its critics that the aeroplane Is of little use In scouting vork for small detachments of men. ' MM "Mil t when It collies to ac tual munoeuvcis. it Is the ablest illlll of the service. I'roin an aeroplane in i hcith of MM feet, a position as on the lliinjf line below, every detail of the disposal of the eliem.V's troops. his strength, supplies, beeasjaarters, nicins of commiiiiicition, deplo.vs. in fact, eVOT) movement of a falr-sicd had of troops is detected. There arc many who SlgUS that as an offensive means the aeroplane i: negligible, Hut they do not take Into consideration the moral effect on a landing party, or en a wagon train, of a licet of some thirty aeroplanes cir cling ahoc tll.1,1 out of ( Ifectivc lllle range, ami dropping shrapnel pro Joe -tfjssj upon theaj. We nave demoaatrai cd that at a hSSgbl of a mile wc can hit a target the size of a battleship practically every time" Captain Mock jointed the aero avia tion Corps ii. Cehruarv and saw sti vi.e with Uenteaajri Ptovlots on the Tesan border, aianbtg his pilot's license Am . 1. At the N'ass.-m Itoulcvard meet he carried Poetmsstor Oeneral MMaheoefe a pnweagar. Ueatenaati Mining am; Arnold an also aviators of the first water, the former being remembers! as the hero of (In- (M-mlte biplane rac. about BOW Kimland Iilsir Day, WILL STUDY CANNIBALS. Expedition From Oxford to Visit Isle in the South Seas. London, net. 17. -An expedition has set out from oxford nniversit.N with Its objective a Cannibal isle in the South seas, where It expects to speiul :i year in studying the habits of the native The party of scientists Is headed by DavM Jenness, the anthropological SPOrl of BalUol COllSge. The explor ers will locate on Qeodenottgh Island, which Is situated in the extreme southe.utcrly corner of Kritish New gaiWea, Ltithl is known of the Inter ior of this Island, hut It has bpSSJ as serted that cannibalism Is practiced there m an eileailnn scale. OaaaahWUily a government ofllcial pnys a isit to th- isle, hut, beinj tin WfiBng to provide the iialhcs with a banqui t. wisely inn flru-s his investiKn tlegg to the ooiut line. Per this rea son the Interior remains unexplored, i HjM or tw t attempts hav. h. eri made to map the Inland, but the explorer:; have never returned. : lenottgh Island, which Is of vol canic formation, Is believe to m the highest Island of its size in the world It is forty mibs long and thirty miles across, and Its highest mountain ex tends ,fM feet ShOVe sea level. HUNTER'S REMAINS FOUND. Man Lost In Iron Country Two Years Ago During Storm. trOttW I. let. x. While iii the woods about a mile and a half east of TrlpJctt's farm in Iron wood township. Bnrvey Huhhard case upon a rffefc iar it was a rubber hoot, pteoee ef i loth and small pii ,-es of bone. lie carried the rifle home and sent it Into town with his father, who. recalling the dlenppearnnce of Anton.- lypusha in the hunting rtaeoH tw yean sgo, had Domini, Bonnsan, Who WM camped with Lepuehfl when In- disappeared, and l-Yan' petrusha, frmn whom Ke PUehs borrowed the pttn, examined It. Both declared it to be the rifle that LepushS carried. Subsequently Herve) H ibhard bratighl the remalntag relies into town, and the late of Kepusha was then easily established, lie had par Ished In Hi' wilderness in the bir term or Noi if., iMt, when about two miles and a half from camp. Searching parties m nil red the country for miles at the time, but ns the snow wa: deep th w, ie unable to find trace ,,f be man. LOYAL LEGION GATHERS. To Consider Plsns for Memorial for Civil War Women. PhllndtetpMa, Pa., Oct I, The an nuai meeting of the commandeff In chief of the Military Order of thf Loyal Legion, composed of representa tives of twenty one itati command- cries, began Its session-- in this Itv today. It will close with a bampn tomorrow night. Lieut, Hen. John P.ates is commander in chief, I MM the principal matters to be consider-! at the meeting Is the project to bull a IMio.nno national monument In asbint'toti to the memory of the wom.-ri of the Civil war. ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND. Thirty-Ninth Annual Camp Firs at Chattanooga, Tenn. caattwraoga, Tenn., net. is. Th thirty- ninth annual reunion of th Society of the Curnh.-rbind began here tojlsy, with headquarters nt the Ho let fatten. lentures of the openlnu seaalon this morning were an nddr. s of welcome hy ll. I'lav Kvmt and response by Gen. Qatea I. Thurston 10 CLOSELY GUARD SfANNARD JURORS Continued from Pnga one. her naeettoets, shs snswers pjulohl) apparently with conthlcnce, Her -,1-ti r Klaiin oast ml att i ,1 u s span her, wh perinjr comforting words when thai are most needed and i. that jpagsj sswios for her, Will Resume Tnal Tomorrow. The defendant has lain given man) lii ics and 1m apparently not olonel) l led. ,t iwi she strolls ah,, in the courtroom, mc Una friends aim chatting pleasantlv with tin in. Sh, iduajly ovei, omiiic the natural It,. ol of publicity mil rreuently eon- verses With the re o t-. . who naV4 l.i.ii provided with a table inside the bar and cdose to the defendant's ohair, Shortly after the jury was secureil. i i rinnnlgan adJourn d the oouri until tomoriow morning, upon motion bj the prosecution, which is awaiting tin arrival of Important xpart wit i - . Tile Jgf vvill be teQUeStCrsd Until tomorrow morning l 1' o'clock Tin will be len t-Xeiclse twice ilnily, hut otherwise will be close!) on fined to the Jury quartern In the ount) buUdthg, Expect Long Trial. Th, indJcattahei now point to tin- fael that tin trial of Mis. St annard will be Ion- drawn out. It is known that hath the prosaeatton and defenas have a huge number of wltneeeee, and it is llhel) that the testimony will lie quite lengthy. When asked whether the Sessions would he onJ or short. .TuiIk1' Klannlgan stated Mon la) that it was his wish to keep the court engaged as constantly as possible. "Cut wc moot think of :iu said Judge PtahnlKaii. Sin constant nervous strain ami w oman. is under we meet not o are org her." The line of del, use has not been made pgbUc and probabt will not be known u'ttil after the prosecution rests its case. Attorney K'C.i-ndre for the defenas admitted that then- are three lines of defense which might be followed, but stated that a decleion oiM not be rejbohed until later. linn!. 1 1 1 1 1 after the jury for the trial of Mis. Btannard was secured, half of tin- fortyeiffhi remaining ran Iremen were agppeed, as it is not t houghl they w ill l.i net ded, president of the society. This after noon the nu mbers rhltted She nelgh huring battle Holds, The reunion will conclude with a camp lire meeting to morrow nlghta SALE OF "BUNNIES" fARRED. i.abbits Are Rated in Game Class With Quail. It to keep In the effort to keep hunters out f trouble and snvc hlmaslf tbs work f malting complaints, Charlei Daniel. leputy came warden, hands out the tip that under the law recently enacted by tin- Michigan legislature, rabbits on.c under t!:. same restriction thai ipply in tile case of quail and deer. sa.vs the lw-troit Kn e Press. Deputy Wards) Daniel interpret.; Un law to say that rabbits inns' not be Sob) ,i- offend for Sale. Willie In- coll ides this probe i) was not the Inten tion of its trailers, he declares In- has no niter native except to prosecute nay paraan who sella or ocTem "bunnies" for Sale. WILSON IGNORES CRITICS. Chicago, in . " n t 18, Secretary ol Kl ii Ultlire on delivered an ad rs' Coagrees today, r protects sent to trees to the browst spite hundre is aft and himself hy prohibition w irk- thc rs that he should not appear at nur, es. OFFICER KILLS HIMSELF. rib. Kan Oct. is. apt. wlafred B. tarr, of the Arm) lorvlci schools at I 'i i I K' aveaworth, Mils morning, r shot hlmeetf, was It is onnd shot dead i lieVed the oflh By the compb tion r tin- Lot ich erg tunnel, in tern ears. Beme will reattae its nmbltlod f over naif a ci ntury to w ur a direct lim- t,, Itarv Hid (he BWISS . .i .ital expects to In lie. lit much there!,,-. Qreal Britain Impfrta from the Unit- id states a niajorltv of tin- olnomaio. graph filniH used by It. It OoetS from to If cents to lee a moving pic ture show in Great Britain. - -t RENT. I! I1KNT stalr: or di urea, 309 In I'oiir rooma, either up w a. All modern convert is St.. I. am iuin. -1 'j H( iTi i.N TO UKNT Hat St. lassjre at at ore. Hermann hloch, fitli Marmaan Jewelry tf MOM RJ0N1 bines; suitn! 701, corner p Red Jacket. RoatP with all conven i for young man. Apply i'.e and Seventh streets, If FOR 8 A LE f ll S A I ' . stove. Ap, iiitii. od bard coal h satins MM Pewnbtfi St., Kmr--ir LEGAL NOTICES. Oct. 4, 11, 1R. 215. BTATK fF VirMHOAN. Th. probata curt for the County of Houghton. At a , s , :, ,,f paid court, held at CLASSIFIED ADS , h. I1' 'Late Mile, In the VttUw of Hough ten In sal. . County, on MM Nrd da of October A. 1. 1911. Present, lion. George C. McnUcy. faige of Probate. In the matter of the estate oi i nom as Wade, deceased John Wade having Mod In said com t hta potitien piajfcaj that a certain in strument In writing. punortinr to be the last will and testament of gfii deceased, now on tile In sab! court be admitted to ntatnahh and that the et4.- ministratlon of said . state be uranted to bltnsclf or to some other suitable person. It is QriaTFfl. That the 30th da.v of Detober A. D. Mil nt ten o'clock in I lie forenoon, at said probate office, l e and Is hereby appointed for hear ing said petition. It s I'urthcr unbred. That ptiniic notice thereof he ntVejB by publication of a copy of this order. I nee each week, for three successive weeks pro- ion- In said day of hearlniT, In the (11111111' News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. (Seal) !K. KI'NTKKV. A true copy. Judge f Probate Mill (5. Mitchell. BenjMMr of probate. Iv I". Kefleiidre, Attorney for Petitioner. Itu.-'incss address: l.aiirium. Mil hlggBi Oct. 4. II. ttj 25. TATS dp M10HIGAM, The probate court for the County of Houghton. At n session of said court held the probate olllce, in the village at c.t Hontrhton. In said county, on tie llrd day of October A. I. 1HL i'rosent, Hon. George C. Uentley .1 ml n of Probate. In the matter of the estate .r Jameh Martin Jenkln, gad ised. John Jenkln. administrator having tiled In said court DM Baal administra tion account, and Id- petition prayinu for tin- allowance thereof and for the Sselgnmettt nnd distribution of the residue of said estate. It is Ordered, Thai the :ilst day of October A. D. KHI. at bM o'clock In rha forenoon, at said probate office. be and i-: hereby a pointed for exam ining and allowing said account and hearing said petition. It Is Further ordered. That public notice (hereof be given by publl ation of a copy of this order, once each week, for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, in tho Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. (Seal) Gico. c. BBNTLMT, A true ropy. Judge of Probate. UthM G. Mitchell, Register of Probate. MacDoaald Kerr. Attorneys for Kstate. Calumet, Mich. let. t-ll-ll-SI Nov. 1 18-1 ".i Dee. l-ltM)lt. ItOttTOAOB BALM, Default having been nMsde i iBdltlon Of a certain mortgage made by William J. Coombc and (iertnuie lombe, his wile, of i'aliiniet Towii- hbi, HOUthtOU County, Michigan, par lies of the first part, and foanpt W. Betden oi the mbm plaoe, parti ol the second part, bearing the date of the Tbirtii lb day of January, A. 1. KU'7, ami recorded in the oAce of the iteis- t r of Deedl for the County of BotisThton, Mbdiigan. on the thirty- tir.-t day of January. A. IV, IHT, M Idber MM. of mortgages, on pages "14 III, Which said mortgage Wai dul as sigm d by the said Joseph W. S. Iden t,, the Kirst National BaM of Calu met, a corporation oraanlied and ex isting under and by virtue of the bunk ing laws of the United States of Am erica, and doing business at Calumet, Michigan, by a certain assignment f mortgage bearing date the tenth day of Augu. t. A. I. Ifll, and recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds for the Comity of Month ton, Ifichigan, on the eleventh day ..r August, a. i. iftl in Ltber ss. of nsortsMMM oa pntM i:t'.i, on which said mortgage there Is , laimi , to be due at tin- date ,.f tills notice, tin- Mini of one Thousand Mint Hundred Beventy-tero ami Mbjhty-five ne-huudredtha (197-.'.s.) Hollars, and no suit or proceedings tit law or in equity having been Instituted to col lect the money secured by said mort gage, or any part thereof; NOW, therefore, hP virtue of the power of sale contained In said inort pnssj and In pursuance of the taMMl m sin h case made ami provided, notice is hereby given that on the HKth day of December, a. i. Ifll, at ten ecieen in tin fbrenOOn, there will he SOtd at pub lic auction or vendue, to the highest bbbb r. at the front door of the Court House in tin- VIlbiKe of Hoiiphton, In tin- County of Houghton, Mulligan, (that being the place where the Cir cuit Court for said County is holden) the promises described In said mort gage, or so much thereof as may be naot H. to pfiy tin- amount due on taM nmftgagej with six (6) percent ln rest ami all bmil ci sts provided for in said nortgnge, and an attorney fe of Thirty-live t ::.",) lo!lar- as abo pro vided for In snbl mortgage; the pri-m- laes deecrlbed in said mortgage being all that certain piece or parcel of land dtuated and heiag In the Township of Calumet, County of HoUCllton, and State of Mlchiann. and described at follow.': l,ot numbered Seventeen (17) in Hlock numbered Korty-four (44) of the Seventh addition to th- Village of Laarlum, sccoratna t the reoordsd plat thereof now- on llle In the ,,Hi. , of the lteglster of Ieeda for the Coun ty of Hwnfibtsa, 8tate of Michigan, to gether with the hereditaments and np- portonaujoss than of, sa)eeaMag and re- si rvlmr from the operation of this con- rayanee, ail m literals and tin- right to mine the same. I'll', I at Calumet, Michigan, this Third day of October, a. D, IM1 KIUSI- NATloNAK HANK OP C V KI'MIOT. My Josej.h w. Mian, TTabhisj' Assignee of Mortgage. W Kerr. Attfirney for Assignee, Rualness addrea!", Caluuut, Michigan. Paine. Webber & Comp'y Bankers and Brokers BOSTON, MASS. MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange Boston Stock Exchange 1 New York Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trads. CALUMET BRANCH: W. L. J. A. MINNEAR C&CO. BROKERS Calumet, Mich. ILaurium Mich. MARKHS AT A O CE NEW YORK MARKET SHOWED EARLY GAINS. COPPER SHARES FIRM. PORPHYRY ISSUES IN GOOD DEMAND. GOLDFIELD SOLD HEAVILY ALL DAY. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly Direct Copper Wire Con necting All Our Of ices 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 The Man Who Thinks "I Can't" Is Usually Right Ihd no Mm nead think they eannot have I bank account, because this bank has adopted a rule of accepting any amount from one del Mr upward, for deposit, in that avan mm, mommu and child in this .tonnscntty eaa have a bank account. THE CALUMET STATE BANK profits'!.'!!!!!!!!! Capita! ... Surplus and EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& HeclaMn'g Co Wns wish to ssll thai houses or buy houses en Co. Land; who have rooms to rent or who wih to rant rooms, are invited to advertise in this column without any sxpense- won MALtM- Keuse, n.io Boose -t. POM rfAL.B 31-8 'i Jiintl st. I , K .SALE -7 -room house, iuSl Collt St. I-1 u t .M.i: -1C ' liecla st. ,'uli BALEr i- ur-io,..n eottafa, oj Al irtdle at.. Calumet. ImiK .SAM, liouso so. 7 Caleaonla st., Albion, i-tiit saui. -i rooen boues. .No. in, In Caledonia at. rartkulara at Mh k itrom Co.'s store. Pine tjt. hill SAI.i: 11-1 a Jioust, modern ct'Dvcnierices. steam het, i;ood foun dation and plumbing. Apply 860 C&m- natn Bt., Caranset Full KA1.1 ! ive-roOfli house No. 2403 H street. Apply Jas. llarnetto. X 1 'i )lt SAL!'; I -room bouse, summer kiti ben, coal shed, barn PMMfl for .T horses, etc. Apply Uor Hacia st, lb la. FOR SALE Lot 3. bio, k 3 Woin rB4 St., Florida. Apd at Mrs. Chap- man's boarding hor.s 123 Keamarge st., south. FOR BALE rJocctwoom bouae, 369 Caledonia st, Calumet, Mich, i OR tftliMI 11 rnnm bonne! Apply nlfl Rockland St. X I I ill SALK Houae. Yellow Jacket. No. 4026 Oak st.. FOM SALIC 5-room bouse and barn. Apply at 303 Cnledonla 6t x l rTT 8a LK f-roin houiie CheauT 146 Caledonia wt. VvJr'baLk Six -room 1ioum "lT2"4 I murium at. F6H s LI' room howae, 780 Water work St. x FOB sm.i: foundation. FOR 8ALB reasonable -room fcoaee vltli rocs 726 Waterworka FW. 8 room house at very flKiire r,20 4th St . BttM Jacket, phone and electric Hurt Ap- Ply on premises or C. & H. ofllcc. STANNARD, Resident Mansger. $100,000.00 50,000.00 Mt BALE jr.tiT i) st. 7 room liuuso and barn, L't;:.! i'nloi a deelrnbli ires. Street. A goad house In 1 oatlon. Aiply on prcm it l-i HI Ki:."l' t Itooms, aJOl Rldjfo St. Kolt SA1.K Five-room house, Hfz Al bion. FOR SAL K 6 - room cottage, at a bargain. 2614 Liberty street, Raym- baultown. roM St.. 8ALK House rwodetowa. N', 2133 Tunnel FOB BAI.i: House. No. 4083 Elm 8U Yellow Jacket. ! He salk lJ-room house, 1603 Lau rlum st. j i , ti aS house. No. 4JHb, behind Cslumet dam, inquire within. i uR SALIV-8 room house, 4081 Elm st. TOR H I:NT 2 furnished roos;s. Mod- era oonvenleacea. 8979 Scott st. 'oil M.K 0-room house, No. 3044 8a-detnwn road. Apply on premises. Po5 R ' .."i" "One " 7uruiahed room, 432R Acorn St KOR BALK- -7 -room lirruee. Oood rock foundation, summer kitchen In base ment. Larly callers will make good bargain. 2652 Union fatroet. Apply premises. Harper-Thomas Go. UNDEKTAKER3 AND EMBALMERt Phone 14 Holmsn Bldg., Calumet. Meh, All calls sttsnded to either dey ee I night. We also hsndle fresh out for snv oocaelsn. 1 MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES P. W McNair, Preuldent Located In Ike Superior dte trtct Mines and i .Ills aocesalbls for college work. For Tear Book nnd Record of araduatee apply to President or Secretary, HOUGHTON MICHIGAN oooooonoooooooooeo" Advsrtiss in Ths News. o ooooocooooooooooooo