THE CALUMET NEWS
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
mines and mining, stocks
Rccu.lar Div dend Will 'J. Decided at
th Next MMir.:.
1 1 laeggei . Tu k- a. '". any of
Mn. h iiiit r -mi i sj nut' -t l as I 1 tl"
mux- of tlx- i tut Inundation In
North IJutte. St. m inert- haw been
publi.-hc.l ami also denied that one ol
the. Iiljc vein hail been ItltcrMvtcd ol:
the TtH fopl level and that develop
ments were disappointing". In view of
thi .i statement of the true undt r
gruund condition l.i iKTtinmt at the
u' lliixtaml thai with UM exeep
lion of tlu developments in the north
tciritorv. principally ru the Snowball
ai,d Qem wins which have- been vcrv
favorable, and on tin Klith Miiy on th.
I'too and in the raising through to the
:.:" which work ha. been entirely
salit-iiu tot v . n., impoit .ml v.in.s h. i i-
been lBtoresete4 on the lower level.
At the prMMM tunc rtBthNm grg be
ing eut on the l'6th and 28th levels In
the main Speculator shaft, the 2sth is
prhuhlv wck further advanced thai,
the Nth and at that petal cr
cutting should be. begun In about ten
..i.vs time. On the 2600 approximately
1 " let must be driven before i cach
ing the win, while on the JS'in, owing
to the dip. th distance Is probably
l"'i feet These distance;; would indi
cate that a month or six weeks tlnu
will elapse before the vein is cncoiin
ter.il ..11 these h'Vils. It will then b,
iie; ssar to drive to the fault plan, t
to nub the ore shoot.
It will be seen from tin above that
th.- Klitli May .in has nt been driv
en to beb.w the tMI and that reports
to the contrary hae been unfounded.
i ne j.ssc vein, WHICH lies TOMB MMI to
1000 i, , t Hi ther to the northward, has
also not been Intel seeted in the lower
workings, A CT UUl is BOW being
driven to this vein on the 14th, but it
will be approximately three months
tune before the lode is reaehed. On
the Jtlth and 2Mb levels it will prob
ably b(. next summer before the lode
is reaehed owing to the long I T lUU.
In cutting the chute on the L'Mlu a small
tin was strut k about live feet in
.ltli tarrying from six inehes to a
loot Of .". per eetlt ore.
I he t utting of tins stringer probata
Rave rive to the report that the Jessie
M ill had DOM Intersected on this level.
I N v. lopments on the Bfftth .May vein
i n the 2400 and in the raise to the
fJM have shown improvement over
thai of th, lew I above, while on the
Snowball the developments are better
With depth, bOtb as P. the size and
alue of the oe hftdlSS The 0
Vein lias also I., en showing ItpCQV
Worth Butte is main aii ing produc-
ten al around J.hihi.ih.o II, s. per month
ft .1 cost Hot l . exceed 1" eentS per lb.
on this production ami metal prtcei
the COMMJHM9 should be laming a p
pio,iiuii iy ttttWI por annum or
ll.il par share. The report that the
dividend will be paaaad at the next
meeiing is entirely unfounded ami vv.
tan state on information from a rdia
bla BOUTM that this will not be the ease
and thai th. rcuuLir disbursement will
Shalt uck- Arizona.
Prelhninnn aurveya of site for
the new Bhattneh amclter have been
made, This ii. w plant will be located
between the Cnlttmel - Arizona ani
Coppef Queen anurttera at Donglna, in
b recent coma tin teatioa received from
Boperin tendeni Oiaoa, the home office
bu the foiiowimr knformntion t3on
oernlng tnti developmente at the prop
erty: in regard ta the new are wMch
I reported at the Property Into, being
in o. 8 croaaoul on the 400 level, am
very much pleaael to say that it is
opening up in line shupy Naturall
itabv 1 1 utter rohoa, Chlldrea'a muff
and coll.. is. fn fling and (b nl's furs
and fur-lim .1 garments.
OUR WORK IS SATISFACTORY-
id dt HVi
Calumet Dry Cleaning &
Sixth Street. Phone 640. Calumet.
CALUMET AND ARIZONA MINING
has declared a dividend of One Dollar
'$1 00, a share, payable December 18th,
1 11, to stockholders of record et the
close of th Books of the corporation
December 1st, 1911.
Transfer Books close at the close o.'
business December 1st, 1911, and re
open at the opening of business De
cember 1Kb. 1911.
GORDON R CAMPBELL.
tin !. .ov w. rk. as we are only
ing one shirt, and in u.ldttloii to th s
the ground ut this inilnt has glxen
eonsid. table trouble. We ran into a
I, re envo which extends about thirty
ft t below the 4o level, and this is
apparently all ore. A gri.it deal of
timbering ha- In en n, essary t. li..,l
the Kround in plaoa, but we have it
in such shaH- nort that better progress
towards opening It up can In- mob
We have starlet! a rats, from the
level to X... 17 CToseut. to mvv how far
below the 400 the ore will corn . and
this rale when put through to th
400 level w ill also serve the put pos.
of giving us better air.
"The n. u ore is of a splendid tpial
uy. tile large notiMcts art full tr cut-
iiit- ani run neiweeii 2" an 2.. per
eent copper, ami the finer stuff will
carry from 10 to 14 per cent; the aver
age hp. is high as the finrt on
and this Is to say the least reinarkabl.
ore. An evidence of its grade Is shown
by the last shipments that we ma It
we aid not expect this shipment to
rtta better than 12 per cent copper
kui some oi mis new ore has been
mixed In with i", mostly largo boulders.
and our recovery from the smelter f."
the entire Bfteen tars shipped will
show batter than lfi'-j per cent wet
copper. It also carries n small amount
of silver. We will receive about 33
t cuts per ton on the Inst shipment
made: in other words the recovery of
this metal is about 4 of nn ounce t
From a source closely identified with
the aataaajaaaent, Thompson. Tearte &
Co. understand that some favorable d,--
veiofaneatfl have bean taking place on
the 1200 foot of the Clermont mine
Particulars, however, aa to the amount
and gratle of the ore are not available.
t'p to the preeeal time developments
ill the lower levels of the 1 ddlle'tl
ConaoUdated bava been nnaoatatactory
ini particulars of any new ore In thi.-
portion of th,- mine win be awaited
with int. rest aa the future of Col. lib ! 1
.b p. in is iarg.iv upon the downward
extension of the ore bodies. The . ,,m
pany has beet doing a large ntnoiint a
development work and some good or
Homes nave been opened this year In
the Intermediate levels. It Is el.i ino.,1
by some that the amount of ore a. Med
will closely approximate that extracted.
A renuri received from the property
slat s that If production Is maintained
throughout the month, at its present
Ma November's lit t prollt will (Act ed
ttati of October and reach NM,tft
Pn 'Hi . livid. mis call f.,r monthly
earnings of b. I ween $','.10,000 ami $000..
Metal Market Strong.
i upper metal marvel is strong. It
is understood that Halted Metals Sell
ItiK company is selling aa pper be
iow la . ems a pouna This competes
With recent price ..r 12.:).' cents. llMj
pi i. e today Is the hiKhest reported in
tie current upward movement, and
an advance of .1-4 cent from low level
"I social weeks iiko. The majority
Of Copper companies have sold a tun-
nana of copper aauaJ t their pro
auction, foe the remainder of the year,
Pamatog has ban discontinued hi
the ereha ahafl of the Arizona ',.m
nerchV and one of the pvgad has
i. en removed, Preeldeat smith aayi
that .art .,r the iruninl can best be
aeveluped by the Superior itoston.
ii. aajni the prnrh win probably not
-tart before the llrst of the new v. ir
and will then probe My b nilm d
to ground mar the United GRobe end
,.r th. ii.i i kaninlon, known
Coppl r MIL
Boaton Coppefe. came aeaff to the
boiling point today. Advances wire
general all Along the Una and the clone
was at the l, vt. The metal is quoted
firmly it II c uts and promises to go
higher. It is hard to believe a change
of anon dimenntoai has oooarrad hut
it is usually this way In Copper af
fairs. As the market advances . upper
hare offering! decrease. There is still
1 ;o,,.i thai ,,f room before prbes get
too high. Coppers are certainly n
purchaaa.' I. J. aHargia
Boa tor v are egaWteg real bnfl
niuiket for aoppaig For Hie first time
It four years, this rise Is based on a
r. al Improvement In the metal market.
The surplus of oppt-r has been re
deead to minimum and consump
tion Ik gaining on production. The
buying of to pper t to, lav was brnnd
and general, with almost every stock
participating. RaacoCh was In good
iVmnnd atlvancing to 21 anil closing
nt th top. Thai stock is scarce and
vary closely held and will sell nt N
on any further Improvement in the
paBaffal list. nther notably strong
stocks were c. & a , Ghnnnaj canati. a,
Ci ue t A. Bada. llnnge. Iike and
Alloiiez. We surely Uok for a contin
uation of the present activity and be
1 thai buyeri of tapperi win be re-
a rd- ! by -III..- I irit ial n.lv I ri Fos
ter of Paine. YV bher c0.
hir - f .. , 1 p..k on Pu rTi 1
mm to iiiv.M.tom.
NMxixri. "Why .S.M
All wnt rrw . iyeenjg
n of , , .. -I ' ... Imy
ro'igh ttkteh or
Naee !, rH.
it if and Towrm.
Arltng Com mia
A fullclinrxf of
f.n- Bnrt h .,f l'nt-
Lorn I nTHeMri 1 n Mw in :wni (
or Mr. ;rr..-v weji f'inncrlr
,,,nr 'f sl i,r r( a nuch
VI. INlllt r..
l ullit Attorneys, WnahliiKtoii
In adian 2
Arix C inmerelal isax
Itutte & llalk. 4
Copper ltanae 57 Vi
Calumet & Arlxona 55
Cahimct & Hila 405
I 't atanaata nu
Dal West 5
liist Itutte t 4a
Q ran by 33
1 Jrc. ne Cananca s
Heillty ;old 14
Isle Hoyale , 17
K.rr Ldlke 34
La Salle 5
1 s -s
May flower U
North Lake ?l
Nevada Coiistilidated is4
North Itutte 'iiy;
;:t I ii.t
1 ui Dominion
May 'onsolld ued ....
superior & Doetea 3
0. a. MlnlnsT
NEW YORK STOCKS
v"al fij fi4
Anemnda 37. 3s
Amer. Car Hf4 MfJ
Loco motive 36 3(?i2
Smelters f 74
sKtr Ul llx-
Atchison ior, 107
i 0 102 tug
rt t nnj 78
C e 0 74 4 7.-
t'ons Oiih in 141)1
Ami r i'hone 13!bi 14i,
bt K. ,i T 3G 36-14
hi Pan 39 30
North Tao HI li:i
N, y. Central 107 107
P n nay Ivan la 122 122
Ilea Hag r,iv, itm
Rock Island 2C 26V,
fjaejth Ratiway 2ov, 30-
Union Pac 173 174
Tenn Capper 37 V HfJ
So. Puc in list,
Steel ;"otn 63Mi !3!;
teal pfd ioo'4 10914
J. a. Mlanear & Co say today:
Cbpper shares monopolized interest
today in nil markets arid when flnul
limitations tame, showed considerable
aJeantaa. The buying Of large lota of
copper at 13 cents, said to be for the
lp.thscliil.ls, started the movement and
while the public Interest was too great,
It was necessary to bid prices up
sharply in order to et stocks. Buying
orders were at hand on all Meg and
sellers wore few and far between. Am
algamated was tlie leader, selling up
two points higher from th.. close yes
terday, to $fi4. Lahe, Calumet and
Arizona. Copper Range and AUOUW
were in bit demand. The New York
list was dull but Mrm. Trading In the
local list todapy wan Ojelte heavy and
at higher prices. Hancock was up two
points to $21 'i. Indiana was also
strong, selling at 10'V,. New Keystone
I Ml 1 at 24 bid. .Mayllower nnd bl
Colony attracted some ntlention ,at
higher figures We look to see farther
Interest In copper shares nnd believe
they v ill do much better.
(J. A. M.nnear &
3 M 3
1 .. sS M ichigan
Ahmeek I'OO 210
Mutt, llalk 4 4':
1 fhenMUsg 4 r.
chief Coaeondatod faj
t'olorado '011s 27
Calumet Corhin II
Calumet & Montana -.'
Cochin Copper N
Davis Daly !i0
OolddeM Cons 4'
Mom. stake 85
La Rose 3
ijik- Copper 'i
I. H. A Arizona 1
Lhya oak 21
Montana Clinton 10ax
N't vv K. ystouo 2
New Maltlc 4
North Iike R'4
Ra) Cnsolldfited 15ty
'Usy Vntrnl 2
Hanta Hosnlla 1 1
Superior AV Mlobe ' ,0ax
Hup. Most on H
Superior A IMtts U.14
South l.nke 4
1 1 M
The Bee Hive Shoe Store
5th Street CALUMET 'Phone 39 D
TRIAL IN 8EVCNTH WEEK.
Less Than Half Required Number of
Jurors in McN.vn.ira Case.
I.os AliReles. i'a I . .ov 21 Witii
pr.it ucally half the jury choen, the
Me.Vimara trial vv t 1 slowly mi today,
iicginniiig its Bcv.Mh weeh. lagan
men were in the box, 1 oinprlslng five
sworn Jurors and two talesmen pnss
eil for cause, and when live additional
talesmen satlsfacto, y oa preliminary
examination to both si.les an secured,
peremptory challen-, a agala will be
if order. At presepl the stale In hut
" e n .ni l me ueionee eleven, so
that the exerclso these challenges
a third time which la expected to occur
this week, will reduce the number to
the point where a complete Jury aM
heave in sight.
Fifty more veniit mi 11 were ordered
(.. repeal today baaidee the six remain
ing of the fourth v. iiire.
Clarence Durrovv. chief counsel for
the gafannaj explained today that the
abseil' e of Job Hlll'l illian from the
courtroom was due to the hitter's ac
tivity in the Mayoralty race. H.mi
man, who Is ruiini ig (or mayor on
the Socialist ticket. Is busv makinir
peo hes and Attorney narrow declar
ed ho probably will not appear in the
courtroom until after the election.
Should Harrlnian be elected, AttOT
r.ey Pirrovv sii.l h. was not eurc Vel
whether he would Continue as an .is -
lilte counsel for the defense, but It
was generally exp. i ted he vvoii'd sev
er h's connection wl h the defense ow
ing to his new ilutb
JURY OF WOMEN DISOBEYS.
Ordered to Acquit Man They Find the
Log Angeles, Cal., Nov. 21. "Ladles
it th.- jury, the chart Instruct you to
return verdict fhgfllni this defendant
inn guiny 01 m, crime as ciiargeil in
the complaint.'- Justice Mil rose, of
Troploo, so instructed the women's
jury that tried . urge W. Hears mi a
barge of within ldlng wages from an
inploye lonm-r 1 ;U the time pieser lb-
J by law.
The twelve vvt men lib .1 out of the
ourt room, end Ar earing an enprea
hM of pympath) for the young plain
MtT, Calvin Kiio-h, auetl 15, who went
when he told of toiling for the de
fendant. When they returned Fore
man Myra Bhuey explained she and
her fellovv .luress.-a decide. I ii. cording
to their own Judamant,
The Judge it fused to accept the
erdlcl and renewed hie instructions.
This raised .. storttL One woman said:
"What did yo 1 bring ue In here for
if you were u'oiut' to talie the matter
way from uh?"
"We ware empannalod to bear and
ecid" Ibis Case and nr. mi' going to
M It We belb ve the mall is guilty;
he did not pay half 11s much as h"
ught, and there should be u way to
Reluctantly they returned to the
room and the fotm of "verdict was
mud.." out us tin i 1 Ige directed.
TRUST TURNS TO TEDDY.
Harvester Co. Quotes Roosevelt in
Seeking sj Rehearing.
Jefferson City, Mo.. Nov. 21. Quot
ing Col. RooeeVelt'l recent declaration
for l "acjuare dear tot both the cor
porations ami th public the Interna
Honai Harvester company yesterday
llled ill the supreme court of MIshou
ri a motion fof n rehearing in tin
recent case In which it was condition
ally ousted from the state and lined
$50. oon on chargaa of violating the
stale anti-trust In w.
The gist of the motion Is that the
Harvester company ought not to ho
ponlshcil for the mere possession of
power It announced ita "Intention of
vigorously resisting the fine."
The brief 'quotes thin language from
the Pourt'H opinio! by Chief Justice
"(in the Whole tim evidence shows
that the International Harvester com
pany has not used Its power to op
press or injur, the farmers who are it
NO RELIEF FOR MAN.
State Lbor Laws Do Not Work
Protection of Males.
Detroit, Mich.. Nov. 21 The state
factory Inspector ' ofllcp Is in rec ipt of
a letter from n grocery clerk who nsk,;
whj the department confines Itself to
meliorating conditions for girls ami
mlriorai In fsotorii s and shops, and snv
big Mint it would meet with the cordial
npprectatioa Of gracafT, meat market
ami other ratal clerks if it nbaH.
make amptnyara aea them shorter
hours. The writer romplalns that
on haturdaya he and his fellow clerks
have to work from :C a. m. to 10 or
p. m., with meals at hour when
V. 1 arc wearing extra 1 lothlng"
for protection and c mfort these
daya, bat aa yoa reaaajnhu thai the
f. t t arc the gatcwa through which
many colds BJJtaV,
IT you are wise you'll weir extra
fool covering. All our heavier Inns
lor fail an I w int.r arc now n I he
; heiv. There's nothing you can
need thave'e nothing thai aaM or
wet or slush or : now can deinanil
but it's here, and hen ai its low
Ini t ost to you.
See ue when you've a rubber
other pooi'le are
ular meal hours
at Iiik. ns the rei;
the busiest In th.
Depnty Inepeotaf smith
of the ln-troit oillee, says
men In various lines who foil that
'thev are vvorkeil too long hour! and
vt ho have heard of the railroad hours
law nnd the laws affecting the work
ing hours el women and Children
think that there is pome law being
broken also when they are compelled
to work a dozen hours or nunc In P
Section I, of the stale law creatine
the department of labor. however
coiillncK its reitrictioiis as to ln.m
to women and to boyg Bndoc is. They
do not apptj to in. n WOllIni in or-
diaary mercantile lines, so there ne
legal way to limit the hours of th"
oomplalninnj groaary ctorh unless his
employ ers choose to change tin m.
A GOOD BIG JOB.
Several Ml vv York school tea dicrs
recently paid visit t. Bloomlngdale
insane asyhin. and ware BppM ached by
a gentleman who nhewed 4hem about
the grounds. In the orrse af his re
marks he dwelt with particular t mpha
sis on the fact that some Insane people
Wei. of s-iuh cunning that one COUhJ
not discover their condition ex. a pt by
some atiajsge remark let fall by 1 hat:. . .
.Viler two pleasant hours spent in
the company of their guide lin
ers were about to return, When
them, wishing to take a not too
"Time must pass slowly here fi
amoiiK so many lunatics."
"Tin re la whi le jiiii are wrong,
plied the man. "I am engaged
hour.- a day in my Ufa work."
"How interesting'' poped the tea
I he man produced a roll of ma
' See. I am anshlni
.I. Ifl dictionary."
an Index to Web-
A .-trapping Merman with big bead)
if perspiration streaming down his
face snu darting In nnd out the elalos
1 4 a Philadelphia irrartmenl Mora.
Mis eaeitad ssboaa attracted the at
tention of ail the hah sp. raeng and
they hardly I new what to Malta Of It
a hustling range sunn of the clothing
department walked up to him and ask
ed: "Are you looking for eomethlng in
nn n's clot hing V"
No." be roared; "Not neni cloth
ing; vlmmen's clothing, l cun't liml
my wife!" Upptocott'a,
NOT SO EASY NOW.
are md the sentimental Is ta
tiny used ta be." aatd lira, Carrie
Chaptnaa Catl at dinner m New
Vork. "Nwwnaan gltii nag gioh oni
The brilliant leader of the woman.-
movement sen tied nnd added:
In the past when a man jilted a
girl, she took it to heart. Now rflle
lakes it to court."
LOST AND FOUND.
l"(l'NI)- A sum of money, on pay day,
la the lobby of the Merchants and Min
ers' Mank. The amount will be paid
to the owner on furnishing sattsfsctory
proof. Apply at Mank. 23
HF.LP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Intelligent nin for general
housework. Apply Calomel Hotel,
hot ween 1 0 and 1 1 a m. .:!
vnti-:i Dgperlenced canvaaaers to
take ardors for bahtng poaidat and x-
tract-t erlth good prei-ilum. Aihlr. s.
Mox IM'f. Lauiluin. I
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTKM t7"ui-:NT KiTrnlshed room,
by young lady, further Information,
Hi Ind St.. nine JscheL ;i
I'Ull SAI.!-; S, huii.ei- Kas range. Al
condition, also k radiator. A?plv al
Iroquois St., Uiurlum, or Pin n
::.'.4 K. -ji
RBfllDKNCI For sale
Irotpiols St., I.nurlurn.
don It. Campbell.
ir rent at ::.'.)
Apply to Hoi --it
""!,' man. piny,
701, corner Pino and Seventh streets. I
Red Jacket. tf 1
Paine, Webber & Comp'y
SUA Mi T HANK RTJILpINd
12 DEVONSHIRE ST., AND 55 CONGRESS ST., BOSTON
Bankers and Brokers
Members of the New York Stock Exchange.
Boston Stock Excbana. New York Cotton Exchange and
Chicago Board of Trade.
Special attent on given to cop ier stocks
Private wires connecting wit.i branch offices at
Hough tea). Mil a, 1 trolt, Mich.
( aiumei. Mich. Milwaukee, i
Marquette, Mich. Duluth, Minh.
J. A. MINNEAR & CO.
Calumet, Mich. Laurium Mich.
MARKETS AT A GIANCE
NEW YORK MARKET DULL BUT FIRM.
COPPER SHARES BOOMING.
HEAVY SALES TODAY OF COPPER AT 13 CENTS.
CURB LIST STRONG. EVEN OLD COLONY, MAYFLOWER
L. S. & A. HIGHER.
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 steel Ho, 'm. Mass.
Calumet Branch: I OS filth Strnet Phono: North 813-NM
Roy A. You u, r. Mnuager
You Bead not put away great
itir Savings Deposit'irs to
more to start with and gradually adjust their living expenses to
their Bavtag ability. It Is a notable fact that former decreases as
the latter llt naeee TboeS who doubt their ability U save often find
It n ry easy.
crruioi nvee rs c tup
u- 11 1 k. w 1 1 na
Caiumet& HcclaMn'a Co
Wne yvish to sail their houses or buy
houses en Co. Land; who have rooms
o rent or who wish to rent rooms, are
invited to advertise in this column
without any axpense.
r'uil MalJP I xr00ni assSSS modern
convenience, ateam h'st, good foun
Jatlon and plumbing Apply 850 Cam
bria st., Calumet.
W(m SAL,i& 9129 l-jnnbl st
KUU SAI.I-: 1 - room huuM', i"S7 Con
155 Bee la st.
Ml. bib st.,
foh balm- iias roam houea n..
K stroet. Apply Jas. Marnette.
i-'iJlt SALIC 9-room house, summer
kltehfen, coal shed, burn room for 3
horses, etc. Apply IGOr Hevla st, Hc-
Foil SAM' 1 1 room hooe- Apply 2r.(
Tlockland at. x
POR 8ALK Lot 3, block 3 Wolverine
st, Florida. Apply at Mrs. Chap
man's boarding house, 123 Kari5arge
FOR 8 ALE Se on "room house, 18
' aletl ,.i.i si., Calumet, Mich.
F(tR BALE 8-rooio house. No. 379. on
Caledonia sL Particular at Wlck-
trrm AV Co.'s store. Pine L
iv ;it SALE House No 67 Cslertonl 1
FOR SLE House. No. 403fl Oak st..
FOR SALE 6 -room houea and barn.
Avpljr at J?3 Caledonia sL
FOR hALt 6-rjom house cheso. I4B
FOR HALE Hli room
115 1 Fnlon Street,
n desirable 1 ca'.lon.
A R-nod house It,
Apj ly nn pi ggf
an,., . rtK)m nouso nt very
r-:, t.nal.le riRure r.20 4th St nine
Jncket. Phone and electric IUM. gjs.
ply on premises or C. A H. office.
sums t be a Saver. Wo encour-
begin in a Small way one dollar or
' i-'i .is saw;
-9-room house, 730 Water-
S')K sam-: -foundation.
V-room house with rock
J "6 Waterworke St.
l'X)R SAMS 7 room houao and barn,
2507 D SL
Full 1 110 NT i Knrtni, .1:04 Itidgo St.
I till SA Ul Five-room houso, 852 Al
Ft )U SAM': 6 -room cottage, at s
bargain, J14 Liberty street, Raym-
SAI K -House No. 2133 Tunnel
Ft H I S 1 . 1 : Ro use, NO. 40"8S Elm I L
FOB SAM: 12 -room bouse, 101 Lau
JJv 4 -room houso. No. 499E.
behind Calumet dam, loaulre within.
FurR : .l,i;n room house, 4082 fiti
Knit SAM-: 7 -room house. Oood rock
foundation, summer kitchen in base
ment. Early callers will make good
in. 2652 Union wtrceL ArpU
FOR Mi:NT- 2'" furnished rooms. Mod
ern conveniences. 3979 Scott lit.
POal SALE- 6-room house. No. 3044
1 vvn ronn. Apply on premises.
I 1 'it RENT 'me Turnlshed room,
1"'T. A. orn St.
UNDEKTAKER8 AND EMBALMERh
Phone 14 Holman Bldg, Calumet. Mc--All
calls attended to either day or
night. We also handle freeh out haw
'a for snv ocAseiem.
MICHIGAN C0LLE6E OF MINES
F. W McNelr, Preuldenl
l ocated In Lake Superior die
trlot Mines nnd rJlle aereseibls
for BOllega work. For Tear Deok
and Record of Graduates a'r t8
President or Secretary.
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