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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911.
f PAGE SIX THE CALUMET NEWS I The "PIKE" Model for Men MsNES AND MINING, STOCKS LARGE SUMS PAID IN DIVIDENDS Acme Th. !. , aiiot 1 v c lor the' vjuannah, I h ne. Am.rniiii Locomotive company will sails' I M ; 1 1 t tocomeirre tor the l.aur. nee. Mariiii"t' "f Bast Africa and ' urn' mountain type i.k omoiiv e tor me ! 'lusape akr X- t dilo. unpanies. 1 1 -' RECORD OF DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE PAST ELEVEN MONTHS IN THE U- S. AND CANADA. Despite the fact that a number of lesdlng esmpsalsg which, miffllng t :;M ; .Tfrrill.ltlCl'8, Were expected to n tain i V.vcmt.e:- disoursctnciit as , ; ,. , v. nt. dividend declaration-; by Am. n :in mines ami arorkS dttTtag tBS xn Hi i! reased t a considerable ex t. i.i the :.';ir'!i total. According to a r rcful compilation made by ltHrtag :,:i l KnglUMI lag i WOrtd thr 11 months ,,r ItM If Sev SO. profitable to hnd rs cf t..ok of sanely operaieo ni'min properties- to the extent of $7'., Hit tk ipatimj in these dls bui m tits were 141 , i i ii.u in the United Stat Mexico, 17 in OaaedS and one In Cen tral mericn. Th pr. ritahleness of legitimate mining eould be no better . , mplitl. d than by the total disbursement of tltese 14i mrnpaajltt, walch, Incrsd inu the NovemtM r deetaratlon raaen the enormous total of .7!.. I V'.fl'-'. This, baaN on the total panted capita; ., the 141 coatpaniea. hi equivalent to n return of m r cent or approxim ately M,taajtM in aceai of the eat tandiai capital, Not Included in the nhove JUburss- raeata ere laces made by etgat aaoar-l ii -holdm- orporatlons whose pr.f- larlved from ttddtnga in other ,,,,i. pmes. The daeteratkHHi made bjrj i -, companies dadtag the 11 months, of 101! total 11 J.M ., and since- In-j ,n,,i. I1M M1.KK7. a 4" tier Ci nt r. turn on th. ir issued share eapltal of MlaStMM. At the head of the list for the It months of till stand the eompanls I chueed ea gold-stlrse-lead-stac pro-j .Mi. i ts. for 11" of these .llvi.le.l am flag th. - ereholdon pa M L1M, making j their crarii total sinee incorporation I24S K18.0T4 an H per cent return on th.- otttetandiaa ltt4,0l4,ITl saart eap- ital. f ti e ii" eorapenlee mentioned above. 70 eiperato properties in the United Stat.-', and they contributed to the ii month' total IZ0.Hf.taf. and t,, gate Ilt4.t0t.tta, Bixteen t'anadian companies In the p! have made return to Stockholder so far this year totalling ;ind eteee incorporation $33, - (MO.Iaft. Despite the unsettled ooodHloa or the Important raining w Ki't r Me lea daring the greater portion f the year, It companies in that republic were a1''- to make dividend dlsbarse m. nts t their credit of Ml.ttt.tlt, a ptl rent return on their total is ,,,,.,1 capital i ! MW.ttt tt1 ingh ranking MPaad for the ycat in point of dividends paid, with 127,111 lit to their cr.'.dt. the copper rompanlee are far in the lead In total dlsbur 'its sinee Incorporation. I'fi divided among iharenoi ters rmoai total of MHttt,ltt, is epiivalent to a return of I SI mt, "V f.ttMW 1,1 "" talll -'"n. All hut one of proi.ortles are h-cate.l in the i itatea, h- in' the .n This N TO INCREASE F'RODUCTION. Frankim Mine in Good Shape and May Soon Become Earner. I BBS of th lew topper Mocks which have resisted th.' teiierul weakness af toettag th. market of late and has ad vanced in the toco of decline has ecu Franklin, save the Financial N.ws. Th, old Franklin dislmr dividend of tl14attt and with th increased production which Franklin will inaugurate around the tlrst of the year the management hopes to make future payment of many times this amount to its stockholders. Th- Franklin owns a great Ug prop- rtv comprislnir sonic l.nun ncr. s. to gether with a 1fia-acre mill site on tlie shoee of Porta) lJke. where there has bSSSJ ersctad a mill of ample capacity ajul etlh i. m v with w hich to extrscl the mineral from the rock. The lan.l holdings of the r.mpan alone are very extensive and are said to MOTS than exceed in value the pres ent market valuation of the proper ty. Allow Inn $1" p. r share for Frank l.n's 1 1: 0. :. " t Issued shares, the entire property. Including It mineral lan.l. its mill site and Its five-stamp mill, i- BcUinf tor hut ll.thlj.MO. In addi tion to the main tract the company also owns three other tracts of min eral lands of K,h.4m and 04u acrep each. It may he well to mention again at this time that only three years Sgfl the company sold a Itt'BCrS tract, ccnpiistag the old Franklin mine, to the Quincy for 17t,tM. Allowing even n helf the valuation per acre repre sent, d by this sale the property is tiii selling in the market at a figure far betoar a valuation on this basis. franklin ha been in the mark.t f..: more than It years hut the Franklin of today I a new mine, the PranU ill Junior.- in which operation are nasi conducted, being a vastly different proposition from the old Franklin worked ions age. The main workings of the new .line are in the o. i r. wants shaft, which has be"n SUnk some MM feet deep on the IVwabie Isdi with extendve openings on the way down. From the proceeds of an aasesasasat late last an l modern equipment which will soon go Into All efforts at the proper- betag dei 't.d t. making hjwreaaed production first ff the '-ear. thereby MiK l" , pih. It will not bo necessary to purchase new equipment for this shaft us the plant now at the Xo. 2 Oeagiossatata shaft can b' us.tl. The No 3 shaft should be producing reg liit'U before' the .ml of another year, -o that Infere main months have paasi i the have toiMi tor so lonjf tlrst di . i I. nd i at s. shall holdeurs wh by th.- proportj sh.illlel eTeceUe tlieir after a lapse of mar, ARE REDUCING COSTS. The Catenas! & Heals now that it has abamloned any thought of een nUdatloa, I making every possible effort to make good Its ln est u. nts in the various subsidiaries by cutting out unprofitable production .and bringing about a mat. rial redaction in costs , ti: the line, says the Financial .Yews. A i Tamarack, its highest ce.at pro ducer. It has cut Sewn production lb at one hair, and greatly reduced st par ton f rock treated ami psr pOUnd of copper produced, it has re duced Tamarack's cms about -'c per lb. while in the past Tamarack IMS n. v. r i.e. n able to pet a new dollar for' an old mil with copper be-low IfS. Centennial ahleh has raperted cop- ptf ...sts all the' way from lie to JOc .has. In the pa -t year under Calumet ... i control, produced its copper for 1240. a 2e reduction compared with 1910. Isle Royal has been given nn en tlraly nSSi lease of life, with a recent cost, and a materially increased . r. ,,1.1. ii., m in t vear should result in still lower costs. The one man drill has hee-n a eon- lldsrable factor at the Lais in re.luc- i tii . "-is. aad the caium. t - Reel has recently ordered 1,100 r tnese drills for it- various properties. l h, "plk " Is a full, free lilt, r thut larriet the snap and ginger so I'sseii t'ul for a season's favorite'. It pre SSIT v e'8 ill it's lines a symmetry not i in;, i in etleSr extreme' lasts which re--hj on diawlng attention purely through their fre-aklshnes. In I'utcnt leather as w. ll as Hi. n Metal at 14.00 and $4.50. Th. re is a WAhK-tiVKH mode l Just lor yOU. Maybe It's the I'iko." if It ln't It's one of tho Other sivllsh WALK-nVFlt Moil els in our store we are confident. The Bee Hive Shoe Store 5th Street CALUMET 'Phone 390 th. eamp. and v.iil tens ftotn ti depth . late of a.OOO Hal a steel gal low fram. Dieted, It is 9." fe l.i wooden gallows name has been torn down and the- in w one" is now in use with the old hoisting engine-. lift a load of 16 .i I feet at the minute) The new has been e-oin-t in height Tin Brokers' Gossip winter new was bought commission, ty are new ; i issihle nn around the NEW RAILROAD EQUIPMENT. Th.- Chicago ft Northwestern has added t" its recent order by placing an order for fi'Mi automobile cars with t'. Western Steel far & Foundry . ..... ..1,1, t),r company ami t"v imi e.,..- Bl it,.' ,! d Steel ('ar company. The V 'tlolk & Southern has ordered mi box cars from the American Far Foundry company. This Company will also buHd 2lf box enrs for the Xashvuie. Chattaaoogs st. i..uis. k ,.nr. fur the MinMBDOli. St. Paul ft S.mlt Ste. Marie. IM poultry , ,, for th. Live Poultry Transporta tion company or Chicago: s chair, baggage and 3 combination ears for ths Kan -as City Southern The aerwtnd whit- coal Minim: eompsny has plaeed an order fat Itt coal car:; with the Cambria Steel com pany. The Algomah Central Hudson i:, will bnv fi passenger. 2 baggmffC ste.d un.i.rtrame iion ..n Canadian Cat & Foundry corn- placing the property on a dlvl lend- earnlng basis. The mine has been most eatensivaly opened up in props ration for a greatly augmented out put, nno? the new machlne'ry, now in the process of Installation, will enable a larae produetloa t be maintained efficiently and ersnomtoslrjr The bow Wordbegg bolst dtslgtwd by Supt Kd- wards is available for use to 4,-,eio f.et sad through a novel application of rarapri seed air w in operate so that it will give the capacity of two ten-ton Skip h. ists at less than the cost of one. The ase of this hoist will be no small factor in bringing about low eosts pe r 1 ound. Another feature of utmost Import ... ., the paoperty hi that the e per content of th rock betters a" greater depth is attained. As matter, stand at pr. se-nt the Pe WSbic Ko, 1 shaft, having been prac tically rebuilt from surface to bottom in preparation for heavy duty, will begin operations on a large scale about .Innuar- 1st. The stamp mill Is also bein- thoroughly OYfhanled for a slm- llar purpose. it is tstimated thai when the n.-w (SCilitle are completed ami are runnim: monthly an output triple that nt t f 1. ',00,000 and totaling 4.T.00. ooo pound of copper per annum can be maintained from the No. 1 shaft Thi- alottS would place Franklin In 1 pitim to disburse a dividend Within - .Wl it... X 1 n year or so. in noon ion m im i shaft the manngi ment Shtlcloate equally good results from the Wo, ? i i t a from th-- No. 1. This shaft l loitnm.d at nrssent at the ltth level. but on the completion of work at th' No. 1 it Is lanmd to continue sink- and the party. Th" " r,ctirln cars. . Thf PMldwtn company . witching and 2 ten-wheel locomotive- railroad ami one n- rst.rn Maryland Is said to bS nn an inquiry for about 2,'"' will build for the C.eorgia Your Party Gowns Ii.. .i. IS, If,, 20, 23. 27. 30. COPPER KAN'1 1 1 COKftOLIOATRD COltPAMT, Al a meeting of the Board of Di li, t. as of the Copper Rsag Consoli dated ii.mpativ held this day. a divi dend of Ms per share, being Dividend No. 32. was il,.lar.d. payable on Mon de. January 1st. ittt. t.. stockholder ,,1 fl "id at tl.e elOSe of business on Saturday. Ixcmber '.'th. Itll. I'ilKPKklC STAN'W" " d. Treasurer. F.i.st ,n I. . ember 4th. Itll. Are they tit hanel? r. ady for th. HMIII now We make- a me ialty af deanir,:: , , im. wearing apparel and 1 them to look like new. That spot Qpg bt easilv removed the gown dry , , ,,r new n.-thenl of dry Clean, and save you the expense nl Petting a ne w g"n f-r this season. We jrtarantee otir work to be satls fn, ,orv No work too fine for Ml t , , :mers. 'nll for our se.ll.-ltor-Wp - all f-.r and delive-r all work free of e harge. Calumet Dry Gleaning & Dye Works fc .ii. tint. Ph" S C.lum.t. Notice of Dividend CALUMET AND ARIZONA MINING COMPANY has declared a dividend of One Dollar $1.00) ehare, payable December 18th. l1ti to stockholder! of record at the close of th Books of the corporation December 1st, 1911. Transfer Books close at the dose of business December 1st, 1911, and re open at the opening of business De comber 11th, 1911. GORDON R. CAMPBELL, Secretary. Crcene-Cananea. ir. i. i.. uicke-tts, gen. iai manager . i the Orates OtMsaes Copper saa paa) and of the onrnpanya propertie and plants In Mexico, who suporvis. d the practical raeos)strnotfoa of ihs fJrstn Oananta plant at CaiMaeSi win in all probSjbitit) take part in the' MS go tl talons now mill, r way for the em OfidatlonS of the' LiVS ak. the In- Bplrstlos and posnlbb the Miami Cop per propel i lea, During Notretnber Qrasns Cananea produced t,ttt,aat pounds .,f eopper, 121.3.H ounces .r silver and ttl OOn S .I gold, The OOpper production SHOWS a railing off of approximately 400.000 pound from that of October, but this . rot ttgaiAcaat s-'ine- months how Ing a higher product (on than others. owing to by -prods Bl Which are run tssongh, ti.e average ovsr a giveui nunsber of months remaining fairij rwistenti The ;-pdi ami sliver con tents of the CaaanSS ores continue to average higher than fotsasily. The Cananea Duhitb ptuprt is exception ally high iu gold Mai silver and this mine is mM to be looking particularly well ill depth. It is said ihat In gfneral the or at fjreene Coaaaee lg ehaerteg a tend ency to run higher not .nl iu gold aial silver but In eSSMSST eoute'nls.. 'I bis is a. matte r of very gTSal im port; a e and Is making for a lOSHST oat of production. Th Cnene CSIMUMS loinjiany for . rtain months has be. n BSSkbSg some vary ton eoatn; while for other month tin flgttreS have been high, " ap pears afe to tag that tin- company operations arc fsdrlj well esta Wished n the l.asi.-' of at le-ast a '. cent cost. Judging from some of the io ngure which have b en obtained for certain periods, it is not improbable that ul- tinatety a Sgars bstow ' cent win be- reached. Butte-Ballaklava Sinking. Th" Butte-Baliakbtva Bhafl has reached a dapUl of more than 1,500 feet, atid it is eypected that the depth of l.;ao feet will be attained by Jan. 1 Aft'T having cut the station on the' ,ftt it will SO the polhy of the Butte-Baltaklavs ecanpaay to push de velopment work n th.- 1.2"0. 1.300. 1.- 400 and 1.f,00-foot levels aggressively and to bring the Hallaklava mine to a aUafaCtory producing stage just n OOn as possible. While in orosg'Cat" ting It will be Impossible to avoid cut -tissj thi' one vein which is in disjiute i .. of the injunction proceeding instituted a ynr and a half ago, the batter rtH not be developed for the prcs. nt, but the four undisputed veins will be opened up extensively. Prom th Bharactsr of the vate terrnsttoa and the egtsjH of the ore bodies on the level above It Is believed that the LjSae-foOl level Will develop a tonnage of high grade ore which will give the company a handsome re-venue. On the 700-foot level the p.allaklava eomjiany d - 1 pe.i one T the rh h. i ..r. bod - i, in thn unite eump. and from th" history of an enjoining propem. , i.. ... la nr. I rite nl c. rt ilntv thnt th lOWSV lev e ls w ill prove, i v n richer and mors extensive. D MARKETS Boston The whole list of eopper was stronger today with Ka-t Unite. Lake and North Unit" as leader. The Volnmd of trading wa not verv large but the buyhtf was consistent und the stltng vary sggttsred. Butte Ooali- tloti was in better demand and sedd up to tttt, "ld Csttbny and Mavtlower are being .piie'tly picked up en account of ha u'oo.I showlne at the 8t. bjll property and I would not be surprised to s, ,. them double in price. I of Paine, w- bear K Co. iStl T1eo't..n- C.pper iidvall ed again to day ipoculstlvaty in London to a price for best selected equlalsgl to H eents tier pound and Bales were report ed In Ne w York at 13ft, The advance s. . ins to be well sustained and legiti mate. Ii. spite of the fact that 0OSSST up a cents in sixty days prices of share-- average no higher, which shows eoncluslvely the doubt In peopled nlnds. It docs not seem to us that anything but pollli."s stands In way of nn ndvnnce anil i political affairs 1n P7SShtngtOS tiro so mixed It Sems likely nothing will b" accomplished ibis set-ion. 1 see no gOOO fe'.l nat being bullish. 1. .1. Stur- Qrt North pfd iltttt IStts Cons, (la 188 1SSK I.. N 157 IMtl Amer Phone 139Mi 1311 M. K & T 30 Vt 30 Mo. Par 38 V, 3fi' Nor. PSfttl H ll't N Y. Central 106 ltdtt Pennsytvanls 122 122 Reading 150 150 Rock Island 24 25 St. Paul 1U7s 111 iTn. Pacific 174 173 Tenn Copper 37 37 Steel Com 64 04- ted pf.i 100 ItHI West Colon 78 7J'4 durin Soil f gls. BOSTON STOCKS. (From Pain. Webbo- i Co., ami Ogy & Slurgis.) Ansasgansated ra Adventure tit 4 Alhrses 3:,li 3fi Alge.mah If W Arcadian H j 1 is, Coenmercial 30 .40 cut e & Balk. 3 4 C.alltlon 1'i IMi I !opp r Range M M r'1 Caluntet & Arizona if 14 M Calumet K- lie. la 401 404 'elite tinial 12'i 13 China 23 23', Daly west Mi l?4 r ,st Batte Wk l4 Franklin ftt M( Qlrous 'Ir.inby 30 32 i If , pe 'inanca 7 ,8 Ksncock - 2f.'4 Hediey Oold i 17'4 rndlans 11 12 Inspiration 0 Tfc isle Boyale 20 21 Kerr Lske M 2 Keweenaw 80 85 T.Ue 35 V, 3fi La pane 14 f-Vfe Mass 7 1 Itternl 22,i WVj llchtgaei 2 Mohawk ttfA 47 May Mower 2Vj 2 North Iike 61a 7 efeVSdn Consolid ited 18V4 18 North BOMS 25 Wtrasstnsj fit 7 i Hd I oiulnloi: 4fi'-j 47 Oaceeta 100 101 OJIbway 414 4 (lid Colony '2 2 Quincy 65 67 Ray Consolidated lt It Sup. fe liosion 3 4 Supe rior 27H 28 lhannsn tV4 10 antes i M Tamarack 26'-i 27 C. S. Mining 35 35 V4 I'tah Copper 511s 51 ctah Coaaoltdated i6'4 ir' Victoria 2V4 3 Wlnonn 5 5 WolveTiP.e S8 SO Wysndol .45 .50 CURB STOCKS. J. A. Mlnnear & Co. say today: The markets today should have boiled, but Instead, they onlv sinuner . .1. News of a bullish nature wa plentiful. Primarily OSS, the re port that eopper Stile s f "' thirty days de'll rsrj h id been mad. at 13 cents an 1 i roapseti strongly favored ii sssal oogf per within .another month. The pub 'i. -t.ur's aloof eajd shows only a slight interest possibly the real inte-rest win be manifested when prices are from 5 to 15 points) higher. The New York Hat opened higher and held the- . a re gains of about a point. C K- A sold off a point and in the next sab- re t lin ed this loss. North Itutte was on tap St used In view of tin better cop- psr eondltions. shares should sell high r. Trading In the local market was eiulte brisk, with Old Colony fairly ac tive. OJIhway advanced fractionally. Hancock was ill good demand up to 261;.. All Santa Rosalia up to 35 cents found n ready market Hottgh tofl Copper wns up to t4 bid on liirht trading. New Raltic also was In far .1- maud and shoub do better. S. & IV sold .at $4. fj. A. Minnear & Co.) Algomah Alia. A MichUan Ahme, k Butte Hulk. i'.oh ma Cherosng e'hief Oosawstatatdi Columbus e'oiis Ctdns Oatamel Oorhta Calumet iit Montana Oarbls Copper Cactus Davla Daly old Colony CtoldSsId Cons Hotiu'stake Hancoek Indiana In -piratloti Kswssnaw K. rr Lake- Kentiag Il Rose Lake- Coppe r I-. S. & A Live Oak Miami Montana linton New Keystone New Baltic I Ni pissing 'ojibway I Onasa Bay Central shettjaek ! Santa Rosalia Sup. H llostoit Sup. & Pittsburg He.uth Lake Tuolumne Toiiopah Warrior MORGAN TO BE RE-APPOINTED. Wa-hington. Dec. 12. Announce m nt was made at the White House that tic pi.siilcnt has de-eided to re appoint Postmaster Morgan at New York. Rid A llU d 3h 4 .Max 200 210 3 4 2 2- 3 5 .55 4M .IS .22 23 tt .10 .15 t 3'k .20 .2". .SO Jt 1)1 Ml 4 5 87 S8 26 1 27 11V4 12 i 1 .7 eSt . 2 2'k I 2 1 1 3 4 . $4 36 1!4 2 . 34 34'i . 22 22 '4 .05 .10 . 4 2' . 4V4 4 . 7 m .4 4 . 1 lTs . 1 2 . in itH . .35 .40 . 3 4 . 1 5 IS . itt m . 3tt 3 7 t Vi . 1 l't Tuolumne nt 1.800 Level. Stati-.n cutting Is now In progress on the 1.S00-foot b v. 1 of th. Tud umne mine and It Is OSPSCtSd that the work of eross rutting will he e..m menced before the- end eif the month. By the first of Fe-brunry It Is antici pated thnt drifting will bo under way on th" north and south ledges, and from the extent of the ore hodlee on the levels above Hit. I e--cry reason to believe that an emormous tonnnge of high gTOde ore will be developed. The new hoisting plant, with eapae Ittv for slnkln-r to depth of 3.r,on fe-e-i will be- in BSerStton by Christmas. It Is one of the finest h istlng plants in NEW YORK STOCKS (From Gay & Sturgi and. Webber & Co.) Aatal 63 Anaconda 30 Bmeltera 72 Suar 115 Alehlsotl I "'.'.. LEAK IN WATER MAINS. Kfforts are to be suttee stra tad bj the Bad Jacket village ituplove-s op tin Paine, ''""''"g "' sappoded leak in the iti mains "ii I M in- ti. et I In- village me ter is running very fast and IksnSSad I of irtlllons are believed to be I'll M 1 1 1 II K tej waate. An effort to discover th leouse wilt lie made, ami It Is inii, i; will be successful. It. fit R. R. Can. r. a t:H" o. . T. . Pao, ( . . , . la ', . 76 . 242 . 72 . 37 30 72 115 I or, 1 , lii-ji' 7f. 210', 73 37 ATE NTS ProducaFortunit K ;!.. ( 1 lt.k on Pstrtlu. ICI. H ints io All nt Vm our own 11 I.. I f.,r wnrh .1 n.vs(.MVl Invent 1 ur Mr. ;r,-l.-y w: fennel Arlir.L. m 'i .,t e.ii nlrf mi .1 A1. M'lfh hml f. 'I . iiary o lit I I I . v M. IN I lltl Utcut iSUuiUfB, W uatilliK ! Faithful to Duty. When the at my of Pompey stormed and took Jerusalem, at the moment the temple waa taken, the priests were engaged with the daily sacrifice, and amid all the horrors which sur rounded them, they continued their solemn duties unmoved, thinking II be-tter to snffe-r whatever came upon them at their very altars than to omit anything their luvv reriulred. Investment Bonds We own and otter subject t,i v.(e ;it !ei'4 nnn Int. I. I , PI')Ii:RAL Sl'c.AU RIOKIMNiJ C(. IU funding; Coujeon Qold Notoa. Total Issue $2,500,000. Dated Nov. 1, 1911. Due Nov. 1, 1914. Denomination of $1000. ( To net over '4 per i . at. Interest Coupons payable quai t. rly Feb. 1, May 1, Aug. 1, and Nov. 1. Redeemable at option of the Company on any jatefSSt Aats at It) ami SOCrttSd Interest alter Co .lavs' notice. Paine, Webber & Comp'y W. L. STANNARD, Manager. Calumet (Mice. Correspondency invited. J. A. MINNEAR & CO. BROKERS Calumet, Mich. Laurium Mich. MARKETS AT A GLANCE SALES OF COPPER AT ISf CENTS. MARKETS FIRM. NORTH BUTTE EASY. LOCAL TRADING SHOWED GOOD ADVANCES. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly Direct Copper Wire Con necting All Our Of ices With Boston and Now York Giving Our Customers the Bene fit of Instantaneous Service GAY & STURGIS BANKERS AND BROKERS MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE 101 Milk Street Boston, Mas. Calumet Branch: 108 Fifth Street Phonex: North 813-814 Roj- A. Young, Manager Classified ads bring results You ne.d not put away great sums to bo a Saver. We encour age our Baring Depositors to benin in a Small way one dedlar or uioie to start with and gradually adjust the ir living expeiiHcs to tlieir savin- ability. It in a notable CSOt that former decrenae as the lain r iDOfSaSSSL Those 'vho doubt their ability to gSSSJ eiften lind it very easy. THE CALUMET STATE BANK Capital .1... , Surplus and Profit $100,000.00 50,000. ( Deserved Reward Came Lute. Writing of the oaiabratlOB of the otic hui'.dicdth birthday of AmbroLse Tfcfftnat, which tool, place a short tlnio ao, Kurl Dalbttl says that the career of th" great French composer furnish, s another Instance of achieve ment lalS In Hfe. He was only st veti te 11 v. ais old when he! had mastered the- piano and the violin and was se at by his father, glsa a musician, from his home. In Metz, to the Paris Cog civaiory, where he won many prices sjg his extraordinary work "Hut he was Hfty-flve years old heforo his .Mlgnon' was performed and nt once pjaajsj him In the same algSS with the great iierformers," pddn Delbltz. W hen It had been performed in Paris 1.000 tlmea tho president of the re public invested Thomas with thegiand cordon of the legion of Honor. He lived to ho elghty-flvci years old ane' enjoyed three decr.ues of recognition.' The PaHi l.'iuvie. now the woil l's flnast ait iraibry. was originally a roy al realdenee in taa rein of Dagoberl about the year fSJ of our era. CLASSIFIED ADS When She Phone. 'l'.tislness will he held up In th!-. Btore for (he next ten minutes," growl od tho lmpatloent man. "Even the prescription clerk is holding his breath. Two good looking women are Kettlng ready to use the telephone, 'llint I why. When a handRomo woni g talks over an open tedephono every body within earshot taken a vacation and listens. A plain woman might talk half a day and nobody would pay Any nttention, hut a good looking worn nn at a ptiblie telephone draws a big ger crowd than the president of tho 1 lilted States. Everybody think she Is going to say something worth hear inn. and they become vitally inter ested." "If you are in such a big hurry,' said the Impatient man's companion, "why don't you go down street and attend to that other errand while they are putting up your prescription here?" "Oh, no," said the Impatient man, "1 want to hear, too." Simple and Scant. 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